Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 20, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 20, 1856 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. f'83. SUNDAY MOUSING. JAITUAKT 20, 1866. PKICE TWO CENTS. 1EV YOBK ucfiiaATOU* AuMBbif AlfanY, Jan. 10, 1856. The liorernor's meMage, Cou>plr< Iter's report, digest of claim#, and ths Tnmun>r'? rep irt ware praaented. Opposition wu made to toe re-d!rg of the mesaage, on the ground that it wan flUrespe ttlu t.. the Hou?e to pre aent it to the Senate; but it ?a* ?itmlr*irn and the mes sage read. 1'iixa sonenn By Mr. KoETHRtT? To *0 li-h <b? otBoe of Ore racer of the poor. By Mr. Ciovra? ' To repeal *be 1 'ohliitory Liquor law. By Mr. lterir? For tie p*r~i u n of fires in Keir York. By Mr. Bhadswi ? To apjioict oowoU -toners to locate ?eoond State I.una'ic Aaitlum By Mr. Dcgawsb? To am-ud 'he NVw York city char ter. For the better enforcement nf the act registering births. By Mr. Ritkii.T? For a briegf over the Hudsen at Albany. By Mr. EUks- ? To erect tbe oouu y of CAnisteo. Adjourned to Monday. Bill* Before the Kenste. AMENDING THK ITSUit* LAWS. Mr. Hals has Introduced a bill to am?&d title 3, part 2, chap. 4 of the Revised Statutes It provides? Sec. 1. That no promiseorv n<ve <1 aft, bond. Ace., at not more than tight mootlm' > a<? >hall t?? rold because of the paymaat of a greater rate et interest than 7 per cent. Sec. 2. That when in an acioo on aay sach note, draft, bond, lie., it. ahall appear th-?. more than 7 per cent ha* been paid, the plain'iff sbail reft' re from toe lefendant tbe amount actually paid lent., or advanced, without interest or costs of action Sec. 3. That when, prior to a<->?(..?, the maker, ac oeptor or endorser r.f such ft c . un^er to the owner the amount actually paid for said note ?r(tu 7 oer oent in terest. and 'ho same i* teru-ed ??y the owner, then if suoh tacts shall appear on ac t u to- pUiatUf shall pay all costs and disbursemen a of tli? dtf-uaant, tad the jtame may, on motion, fie ?et 'ff ? gat use the amount of the plain'ifTs recovery. Sec. 4. That tbo provision* of 'he art t-hall not extend to or authorize any bank er ino >ri n.ated ompany to take or receive more than 7 p*>r cent tn>?reit on any loans or discounts. a RELATION TO BIL13 OF EXCIIAVOB. Mr. Mamixn ban iutroU'jaal a >rtii in 'eUtiia to billi of exchange or Bight <lrafu aad cb-rm, wititi providei : ? Sec. 1. that all bills of eaisi^e irMraits payable at alght within this Mate, ?Oa t >>? <iu? on presentation without any days of grace. Sec. 2. A 11 cbock>) upon hanks ?uhin this State, paya ble on ai y day alter the dat" 'here f. shall be due on the ?3ay mentioned, without g. ace. Sec. S. It shall cot be nec-nsary to present for accep tance any such cheek befo e it h*? uw? dne, but all parties thereto shall be un<> r?n ?.ta equtlly liable as If the ?:me had boen presented ai>d at cep eii. THE LONG ISLAND TRUST COMPANY. Mr. C. Y. Smith has in' rod oed a hid incorporat ing the Long Island Trust C mpar.y. The patties fcittlig the corporation an-: ? la-- e? Van Noet*and, Jas. B. T. Blianahan, G. B. Laamr, Charles CU 1st man, Moses Taylor, Saiuui-1 -niilu, J. N. r?ylor, A. P. Os trcm, Anthony Osborne, Czar l'l.ouh'tr J. >. Cocks, J. T. Martin, J. W. Oreen, Ira Smuh RolHa Sauford, R. W. Berdell, W. H Sinuntr d, E B Li-chBetn John Brouwcr, J.S. Shatter, J. K. South #oi?h E. A Lambert, If. O. .Huberts, A. W. Reason, J. W. Gi hen , Nehemtah knlftht ?J. E. Con ley, A. B. Bay>lx, Gunge Mnn. A. A. Low. Juhn hklllman, WU iaui Wniix au < A G. Jeanne. The capital stock to be $1 000,000, n shares of $100 each. Ibe business of the cum|i.ny may comtnenoe wben $'200,000 shall have been pai< m u ?i-tlrf*ctorily secured. The amount of money tbe c n.pa i j may bare in trust, on deposit or loan, a' any <ime. is a-t to -xoeec $3,006,000 ; and tbe amount of ont*ta?dKjr loans not to exceed $4,000,000. At annual f-tatemeo U 'O bs made by the Beard of Trustees to be Supiem<- Court K umber of depoei'Ws 4 (10 Amount paid to deprsitors during tne y -ar. , . S2I.V14 68 Intereat rt- wired during 'h<i yi-a' 41,00C 90 Interest }>aid to deposttoes 1*2,738 03 Bat* of inUrert pal<* C per cen* on $1,0 0 md upwards, and & per ctn' tor lei" *uui? ex petifes for year $4 788 39 Aggregate Ocpoith on lit .'an?ar). I860 ....$<^99,0-11 6' Bond? and mortgage* held cn <o 628,960 0 Htcck held 60,000 01 t'wh on haud 142,667 3) No loans hate been made n any per?ooal sejuritie whatever during tbe yoar. Xtnlironrt 4etl(i?ni. J'AHTIC'CLAKS OK THK LATH ACCIDENT ON THE CiKVSLANI), COLUMtilT.S AND CINCINNATI BAIL KOAP. I Kelt OCR im UL f'OBKIBPONDE<T. Ci-Evslakd Jit. 17, 18M. We hive obtained the foil >wi<>g p?rtic?l ?r? Id rtffird to the railrcari accident which o car?d on the Cleveland. -Columbus and Cincinnati railrou^. nea Delaware statl n, at 11 o'clock, A. M. io-day. Onr lof>,m?'ion li gather ed from the conductor, W. A FUher, E-q , and from passengers upon the train whicn met with the disaster. It appears that the train, >hn first Cinrlanatl ?<xprete Which left Columbus at 10:S tbl? morning, white ea its way eattward, and when procuring at fs usual average flpeed ? thirty alien per hour ? m?t with a dlaaste-, from Ihe breaking of the foi war' ax'e o' t he eng'ce truck The train conriated of a locomotive, tei der ntggage car and three passenger cars, all fllifd. Up in the breaking of the axle the engine struck the ground, and immediately turned over on the light clue. The engineer, (^wiss,) and fiieman, both stood to their posts gallantly, going over with the 1oo"idoM-?. The engineer, who wss, we understand, badly injured in an acci dent some th'ce jearg ago, wax t. art in the bark. The fireman had bis ankle badly ?pru<n?d. Both were some irhat braised, but not. aerioualt. Tie bsggure ear fol lowed h < locomotive, and turned over in < ? right side. Had it not brooght up against a *t amp, it is probable that it would have tuirn-d <,v?r **verai times. In this car were fl\e men. But two 'f them w-rt hurt. The .American tapieiw me nnger, ,lohn?>n, (who doe* not as a usual thing travel upon the .ralo ) had iw> cr three rib* broken, and it may be i< o h?r*M conti lerably in jured. ile reMdes. I be iera, at Clevis nd He was left at Cardington, in a surgeon's care Ic 'he s?m? car Mr. Frank Bnw?n, a ptywarer on the rr,wi, was stverely burned and I ruined from the stove and bacgige falling up jn him. Mr. Bowea suffered o much that he could bt brough* no farther than Cheshire , where he was left In good liacds. Ho was very anxicu- to come cn to Cleve land, where be has a wife. Forlurately for the passengers, thecoup'lngofthe baj g?g? cur. wli h was literally turned end fcr eod, broke, ao thai the hiee panseiger csr* m v?d > n actually pass ing the wrenk. until the rear of tne last ear was aireaitt ?f the locomotive; the first, as al-o the second pae<eng<>r car, bad their plat'orms smashed tip, wind >w? b'oken, &e. In the firat pnsse* ger ew tbere were tw<> persona injur ed?the conductor, W. A. Ft-. tier, hui a very narrow j escape; he was just in the act of opening the door of the ?first passeraer car to step out upon the platform ?when the pU< forms were folded up; in a mimeat mtre he would have b?cn crushed between them, as it was, hia hands wci>c bndly cut and jammed in the door.' A French passenger, whore name we did not learn wm also slightly hurt by the breaking of glass, he.; a bla* eye wa? probably the wor?-t of l"jnr'.ea. A negro waiter, a passenger in the hsggag* c ir?. got hi* finger badly jammed. The^r?4 p?sqi?ger car was off the tracK reve< al times, oa a?&in in a most unaecountab e manner? the pCfJUtsrn considering them selves very lucky. But the accident ?as one of that na ture which it wa impossible ti 'cresee or present. Ko bltme is attached to the tall read eaployjs. The locomotive (Buffalo) hui been running about 4hree yearn? la a W,000 eagtne. The lo?a of tte earn pany may te estimated in round numbera at $4,000. The engine is HtemlJy smtsltea up, &t>o part of it fs said to be bailed t early tbiee feet in <he gr< uud. The iraok tras but slightly lujuied, two rails being tore up. 1'. 8*? Mr. Bo wen baa since reached Cleveland. The Msteu lalnnfl Ferry. TO THE EDITOR OF THE IIBK AI.D. Con you inform a Buffering community what has been done by the city government in the matter of thePtatcn Island ferry? The lnst heard on the mbjett war that the Mayor, lor reasons stated in his meNWK?. bad vetoed the tense of the Whitehall slips to the company now using them. What has been done since? Have the company obUiied the lease Brivately, the law to the oontrary notwithstanding ? r hit they running without any lease ? To ootnplain of the manner In which the ferry pervlce is performed wotild he at present unne es*i ry. I et us know liow the matter stand*, and it will then he timo to take needful measnre* in order either to enforce the performance of regular trips, Inclnlinp ? permsnent night trip, with good boats, by the present company, or the establishment of a ji??wHne. No Jot g. THE CHIEF 07 POLICE. Vcntlaaonjr tf Mr. Stdgwltk, HUiina >M, Rtmi B. ielmti iU Iwpto* UL Brtwih AAdaTlU, &c< FIFTH DAT. The investigation was resumed yeut-erdar, the whole Board of Commh>?lonerH being present. The Mayor's office was crowded, showing that the in I terest of the case baa not died out, notwithstanding the protracted length to which it has been extended. Mr. Koyc-s, counbel for the prosecution, offered the following affidavit of Mrs. Ann B. CadHpp, wnioh was read on the investigation before the Police Committee of the Hoard of Aldermen:? 1, Ana B. Cuolipp, cepot*? that I w?t birn to i'ortv mciito, Fnglfciid. in 18#1 ; 'hat I tun daughter of lh"inaa Spaifboit, ami Hfetet of I- health Korvan , of BUrxclag ca'o; tbat 1 was a pahionger iu tie 1'eieean, Captain R'cb ardtcn, in Mtf, from ("on -mouth. England, to Otlitas 'hat there was * faintly rained Mattel on bwd; thv. Mi. Mattel! had a wife on board; >hat *e nad two d?ugh t? is on boaid. rawed Mao and Suw-o; that beh?i thiee MitiHon boHtd oauieu W Hiium Uau-t-it, George W Vf*t > i 11 end Augustus Mt.tr ('U; <h-?? th en aoni?, William, (ieiige anil Anguxtaa, I dUiaci'ly aod |k> ltmljr reraeoa. ter; thtt Wil.iam w about oi<?to<-ii, ih?t W. wan about Hcven or t'ght jeara old; toat there w?t a rtrj olu lat'y on boa-til, ?bo w?* t liber Mr Mitseli'n mother or tin wlfc'n mother. We got out of provision*, and pat into Halifax for provUJons ANN a CUDUPP. Sworn to before tn?, tbit i?even'h d?j of April. 1866. Tii. mas Pkawon, Jubtic* of the Seventh l>Utriot. Youviux, Aj/'i) 7, 1866. The first witness examined was: ? Mr. Theodore Sedgwick, who testified as follows:? I reside in this city, and am a counsellor-atlaw. Q. Will you state whether yon saw anv book, while In hngland, purporting to be a parian record of baptism in Brandon, Suffolk county, England ? , Otjocted to l>y Mr. Brady, on the ground that the record should be produced first Mr. Noyea contended that if testified to by com petent witnesses, it wasadinissable, although the re cord itself might not be produoed. A sworn copy was admirable, he argued, nd cited Cowen & Hill's notes, 61G, 1,147 and 1,149. Mr. Brady objected, as there was no legal proof that the record wa- authentic. Witness returned? 1 was in I.ondon in July and August last year; on some day during that period 1 was at Mr. Buchanan's office; a gentleman whom I had no recollection of having ncen before, but who was Mr Branch, introduced himself to me; he showed me a book entitled " The Parish Record of Baptism for the Parish of Brand "l I gu\<? him the following certificate: ? I certify that Mr. btepben H. B'a' * dty pr iluccd M'fcre me, at the re.iaeiK Ho j. J a cue* Buchanan. Envoy listraor .loarj ai I'.ni t?r Plenipo ti ntmiy from tbe I'citnl State*, in ? i a N >. 56 Hur ley street, a volume In matiurcrlpt, >n p*rchraeut, which tbo H?ifl Mr. Bran' h repreaer ? to tne ax biting the oiigibtl register of ''Bpliprm for the paiikh of Brandon in the county of Hnftols, England. Aod I farther certi J that the said maunscitpt volume C'l.tmnn under the head of l,IUpi^me, 1811,'' the following worca:? "George, ion of G?o go MaUbU aid El'tibe'.h bid wife. baptized, privately, Oct. 10th and 'eceivad Dec. 2?">th." I have given Mr. Brar.cH this certlfic*to at his request. THEODORE SEDGWICK, lospow, Arg. 2, 1PJ5. Witr.o?s resumed ? The volume was rather a thin folio volume, iu manuscript, on parchment, if it states so in my affidavit; it did not strike me as a very old or a very new looking voluu.e; t think Air. AppJeton, the Secretary of the Legation, saw it; if Mr. Buchanan saw it, it was without my know ledge: I think Mr. Branch was alone. Crr ss examined by Mr Brady I did not witness any interview between Mr Bnchanan and Mr. Branch; the Vook which he showed me wis open; it wan a bound book; I should say the record oi the liapti?iu was in the ti.iddle or the page or not; Mi Tfcwli nil T imuM ini I ahkmIk, I did; Mr. Breach came in after I arrived at Mr. BuchananV office; ] was kept waiting so ma time to see Mr. Hucliauan. Mies Ann Roe, sworn, testified as follows I re side in Broadway; I resided near Niblo's between 1*14 and 1*24; 1 recollect a family living noar me named Matsell; Mr. Matoell wao a tailor; I did not see him often : I knew his two eldest daughters, Su-ari and Mary: I knew there were throe boys, William, George and Augustus. Mr. Reeves E Selmes, sworn, testified as follow*: ? During the laft summer I occupied the potion of Secotid A distant Cleik to the Board of Aldermen; .1 have rcnyh minutes of the evidence girea beiore the Fulioc (.'immittee; the papers which I have in my band are copies of the Brandon records and the re pert of the con mittee to the Hoard of Alderiaen, Stephen H. Branch, swum, testified as follows 1 re.side in New York; 1 lived in Ne*' York since I wa?*leven years old: I werit to England to ascer tain the birthplace of Geo. W. Mattel! ; 1 left the United Mate* on July IK 1*56: 1 went first to liver pool, from there to Brandrn very circuit Minly, which is on the line of Norfolk and Satfolk counties. Q. What ltd you to go to Brandon? Objected to by Mr. Brady, on the gronnd that the motive was not evidence. Sustained by the Court. Witness- I went there from a statement made by | Mrs. Mil leg an, a witness in this case; Brandon in a village of about 2.000 inhabitants; I first saw the parish clerk, whom 1 found about two rods from his n si dene e; he was pointed out to me: his name is I Charles Farrow, and he is about 45 years of age. V- What conversation took place "between you? Objected to by Mr. Brady. The Court Ha id that he should state facts. Witness ? He (the sexton) directed me to go to 1/or.don, where the rector was: the rector had two residences . one in Brandon and the other in Ivoodon; I went from Brandon ' > London, and found the rector there; his name wn? Samuel Warren; he directed me to return to Brandon and go to the rectorial mansion; I knew he wo* the rector, because bo told me so. Mr. Brady objected to the testimony which was sor.ght to be introduced, on the ground that there w?4 ni> proof of its authenticity. There was no proof, for instance, that the person Mr. Branch spoke to was the rector, except his own statement. It was all hearsay from beginning to end ? book, sexton, rector, all was hearsay. In order to intro duce unv record they had to bring proof ineligible that that record waj authentic. Mr. Stongbton, conn -el tor prosecution, contended that the manner in which the? documents came before the Court was in accordance with the roles of evidence. The City Judge said that evidence might be ad mitted now and ruled nf?on afterward". Mr. Brady objected, and said he claimed that Mr. Branch kne w nothing about the matter, and would, when cross-examining, endeavor to prove it. The Recorder ruled in favor of Mr. Brady. He thought this testimony could not be introduced with out first proving the authenticity of the records. He for one would prefer hearing the authorities and art ument ot the counsel before deciding this question. His Honor the Mayor wtid this was a coart not trammelled by technicalities. He was only in Fcarch of ftwts, and would exclude no evidence whatever. He would admit it all. My colleagues here are lawyers ? I am not, and must defer to them, if they rnle against me. bi t I hope they will unite with me in admitting it all. There is no appeal in this coTirt. The Becordcr said the very fact that there wa? no apj eal from thi-> Court led him to be guided by the well settled principle* of law which had been Hxod af'er the experience of ages. He would prefer th it tbc members ot the Court should have a consultation together before deciding this question. Mr Btonghton said, if discussion and authorities were necesi-pry, he hoped an opportunity would be given them to' produce the authorities. City Judge (.apron ?aid the remaiks of the Mayor seemed very n aaonable. Equity and justice nad great weight with him. He For one should prefer, argument, but he thought we could admit the evi dence subject to argument, biit be would leave this for the decision of his colleagues. The Recorder said it would save time to adjonra Mr. Brndv ? Then before adjocming we can call other witnesses? I am a witness myself? (f?mihter) ? will you examine me? Mr. No^es ? We' will not examine you uow? wo will be ready for you next time, perhaps. The Court then adjourned tid Si o'clock next Saturday. The TO THE EDITOR OF TBK JIKRALD. [ Between the hours of 10 and 11 A. M. of Friday, the lB4.h, the temperature rose above the freezing point, find continued above that line for six conse cutive hours, and was followed by an abundant white frost this morning. The cold cycle, there fore, terminated quietly at the end of ninety (90) hours, counted from 4 P. M. of flunday, as indicated in my weather memoranda published in the IIk KaLPOf Fricay morning. That line at the end of the ninety houra was not what I term a perturba tion. tor the reason that a still higher temperature exists to day? the thermometer having rose to 38 degiees. An electric cur rent is now (3 P. M.) run ning in the high atmosphere, E Mrria.ii. jVwklyn Height*, i?i wW* FBABKLDPS BIRTHDAY. Celebration of Um One Hundred ond Fiftieth Aiiiilrcmry of I lie Blrthd** of Beajomln Vranklln *>y Um tew York T| yogropitftiol loclilr~1tulm Uwiiantf, tapper, 4e?U* itientM uiid 8|i?m hm, Tbe one nuu ired mm) flfieth atniveiaary of (he birth day c'BeiJiiniia Franklin wa* appropriately ee ebrated on Thursday evenirg last, at Miliar'* new City Axiemblj I ocm?, by the New York Typographical Society. A ban quet Mir bull were girru, at which orer 600 pert-ona par ticipated, nal tbe proceed* ninltg from the sale of toe tickets, Uge-her with donation*, went to a fucd for the support ot the 1 'rimers' Free libroy of Ihl* city. 7be Typcgt ethical Society i* the only orga'hiittlon that pays any attention to the memo y of the great American pblli>*oyhe ? a fact not at all creditable to our people, lu Yfew of the many >rnefi a we have derived frw. hU history, precept* and acien'.lHc ? i*c verlo*. Friioklio did mack to give * too* and direct! m> to Ameiiran character, and hi* iufluen e wftl be rec gnizvd *?.d memory kotored ecu oh n ore in noine uture time than at pr i rent. To *tow tbe utilitarian character of Frenilin, we enter a copy cf a certitioa'e add e*?ed by that dlatioguiafeed man, durlrg tbe e? ljr pari of the year 1780, to Frarela Ghlida, then the printer to Congea-i, which fctwws th?t our more modern diploma' i h%ft afalr precedent lot c*r:ying out their private latere*'* while in the public t-eirice. The fact of hU mating type in th< MtuiH h. use vheie be conducted hU diplomatic negotia ting win eulke n-wt pe'bon* a* beii g cuiIju* : ? ruiLtMOPtiu Feo. 26, 1789. I do here>>y certify whom it may cooo?ra, th?t tbe printing typ<>? witn which I have f rauned Mr. Fraa it* ( biMn ccntitaoo in fitter* boxe*. d>arkr<l B. F., Nok. 9, 10, 23 24. 26, 20, 27. 28 32, 3), 88. 63, 61, 60. 00. were mace in my tiaoee. a' l"e?*y, ay my ??rranw, for my um), and were never the property ofany Buroo?*n letter Ijuad er, aanufactuxer or merchant whatsoever B. FHAVKLIK, fate Militate: for the Cutod State* at the Court of Frarce. lianeiiig commenced in tbe Auembly Room* at eight o'clock, and wae continued until half- pa* t ten, when 'Up per was announced. and the company adjourned <o par take of thegocd thing* provided by the.frop le'or of tbe room*. There were no wine* or liqufr* on th? table, and in other reepecta the far* wa* buch a* would nit Lave displeased Franklin hlmielf, wh >, it wi.l be remem bered, lived cn a HbiUieg's worth of food a d?y for *ome time. TLi> (f c! os c a.n.enc?d with a prayer by Rev. Mr. fpi ytt kb, after wb!oh Hon. BknmjohF. Biher was introduce 1, a-.d deli re r ?1 a leng anJ at le adtLeaa, from wt'i >U we gire t (e? extras'* :? This is not the time for extended remark, r.nd J will, therefore, confine mi self to two scent* i 1 your pictoriU biography ? the liiv. and tbe la*- W turner prHttenU bim at a bo?, In the midst of hi* tilay mates, bmiiniuff far tiieii ctnitLOD uie, but wi h roat riais mkeu without, leave it right awbui at the mil p-'ud u m?y **11 remind o.? i f tie gtt%\ truth laugh" him b r tho ltp-i \nd the r- 0 of his I 'an tan father? a truth <hfch politicly ,n acf! etatesmen are ever prove to forger ? which ereu Obi irtian pbUosophei s have tot al ray* remetrbere '?out wbic Lilies at ihe U uodatnw ofaliwl-esadrig cpoli<ry, in ?>vety ? epartaent ot ae-ire life, and whi -n Frankliu never failed to fnculca;*? " lhat nothing which in not truly bci.ett i* tinly uesful." The later r?|t mto htm ?s one <f ihe con aim# of tint fVingresa <<f '70, ?n the reelarsUon of InOependeoca. Jsff-r*oii u i'# chairman, Adair a. lYatilin, f?n.rt?sn and Living-ton are hu aaao eta es. What a crmbir.atton 1 Talent ko ifl^n a m experience? the Aiming real of youth? the ripened Wi * Aim ct age. Fiaaklin aheady pat aaa's appoints t ?nr.it, aid ?he man, are sea'eo; the o'hers, as oeii<s 'heir ytuxs, stand btfor* tb?ni. JeOe son, you-guat out one cf the grout>, tea ? the <U?ft of hia im airtA Dfriamtiltn. . . tal place an >ag 'he oat lone of tue earth; and pioclsttui fir huminl'y, in ?U time to come ita iaa.ieoaolt nghtn. Tb? *n e ?ive tr.t??uree which lea to the Ker.iiuUm, began In 1768, aod without the prompt and ewcest opooe'ui >n of tha day, and the c ntim'fi stropg'e of the next t*e v? years, the r alien cocld not have imtn pre pa ted for the flna step, involving, a* of ?'? ?l>y it did, the iaivlt bi e\il?, and the unceitam taaue* of a civil war. I all tliis prej.arat"! y work. Fr& jkiia was active aal prominent; in rr.aijr e-sentiai lespecia, the rcrr active, pi t mir < nt and I: Uuen'l?l msn of hi day. Slhiy other nctn the e were of the tw ix zt get erutii Ir. each of the ?lomn* ? O in an Henry, Jefft:siu acu the Af1am?v, p nd their iilustri}>i m io|atjii.tii- who f.-f.ir. ti?* veiy first, Uok part in tht *or? aui were t >"0fe fl>'ed ttotr. year to ye? r. br 'd ii?eipHr.e thrriigh which they were sere al'y p*s-inj *o be called iu due ticae '<> puniti jus iu th iouicLo: in thn Add ; ua 1 U> ?.r tbtm was to b awerritd. by th?- unatilm tin vmcr nf his oon>eujporatle ? od tie impsriUl jucgrr <*nl <? i^'eitty the name a-.d tbe hoiwrs of Is tier ci bis < oun ry. But at ihe pasaigA c-f tht Msir.p act many ot ih? ui hid bat jiut coai" up m Hu- stage of active liie arid etheri", ttioug'i muture 1c jfor.- or in tip prime of matihool, were little known le jctid the Cf-li ries to which they iespectir?ly belonged Iven W?flii-frt'n already famnUR in Ameriet. and nit ur known io ^urr.pe, c">u!d (to liUle In the early pa t of t bin peiHd to wauls leading thn Americas people to ho c e\itr*e etep; andnooiieoi tb? ra h?d abroad the pcxl tioti or the iullutt.ee to bii'.g t> their c untry in the hour of tiial the tuppart or favor . f foreign powers or pTiscet. Not ?o with Franklin. Aorascea in /cats, en tow pd with a doub'e mearuie of con mon sense aod prac tical talent. expeiiei.ced in publi: affairs known inerery <iuarter ?f Fag.i'li Ac erica an the teacier. br bis prort r nisi wisdim. tf tbe prc-certiog general! m; ipt? )ene*d by bis countrymen? tbe instructed not le?s than tbe illiterate? ax tbe most rsgacious and tnist worthy of aC> iK-rs; Hiici what wax eqr aUy, and in some respects i ven mere important, enjoying, br his brl Jiaut dlstOTerKH, ncd by the honor* beiOwed'on him by uui verntlcs a-. a learned Bocietien in lvarope, a worid-wl celebrity; be wss enabled, from tie rery beginning of the content, to giro to the cru*c Le so heartily en jo u^ed a support far n-.oro impoitant and efTectire thsn any other liviog m? n Tbi? >ui port lie ga-.e for the tweire years that 'oiloweo tbe passage of tbe Stump ac% abroad a.? well s? a* heme, t* fore 1'arhameotA and coon^il?. la Cei g e>re>- and committee;-, by eorrespoa'ience and by well tiired j nblic.i'ir"i< and by then* new di-t^lara of etrinwt ability and ie voted pattioUsm gaiatd such ad ulttotitl tower < ver tne mkidn *lo c iun dw >r the Atueri can pe< pie. tt at when at length bis r >ice waa gtren tor .eiaration aid It dependence, it? influeace w?s elecnicat hwi tiecifire. Wi h this new ai.d moment as step new su ies are to be amuned. the L'ecinration is to be u.eiut. i: ed ir. mortal combat oat (to battle fleid ; armies ?r? to te taiwd; foreign aid i? ee fee aecuted. a thousand d;iScr ltiee ar? to be eac ui tered aa^oTercome; and nere, fgatn, ?n both si eo ?,f ihe Atlantic, ana no'wtihstaading bis fTtat sje, FraaViin, lor tbe mxt ierto yenre, is first turfiog the fi itraoyt of the patriot t-ages on whom it de v i?nen? Tlientradtlsehow wurway beatrpbeld, Move by her two main nerves? iron and gold? In aJ: ter t quips ge. ?n well aa, duiiig the ccnRlct and after its final triumph ? ? ? ? ? to settle ppftoe. or to nnfoid Tha ortf i cf hollow rta'cs hard to bo speti'd. When; in acditiun to all hia former serrioee, we een ririhr h'n in mero'js. divrrsiiied and eucceepful Ubors, bw 1176 to K8B, w* t-hail b? p epared to underatand bow aid why it wm that on tbe achievement of their na'.ii col Tr.cijet,dence, tbe American people, with one v fee, a-niffj eO to Ftsnklln, atnnng the taihers and the f'tticprs ot that Irdt-j^iid-nce ? and to n ce other? the seeoid plice By tiniiiar refip ,-tions, we may a so under ?tatd how and why it w?j that on '? so oonnciontions and d'T>u' . and so little disposed to eotbu lasm. as l'jesjt et t etiUs, of Y?le Ci liege, cotilo say. io wri'irg, il at hi? lore, esteem at v re\ eret.re f.ir FiVukUn, " bo> - (<a?d on aotaailon." Had he lired in thn ea'iy ages of l'agsii aa'i<iui'y, his wiadetn and his services to his coun try ??d to ?ru>ii nd wrrtld, lnd"ed, are placed hlra sre*ng the iemi-g* <la? hi? Invettigati' ua of natute, aod hie mastery ' f the ici*t te rtflc of her posers, woald beve (Wisao bim to the summit of Olympu?. The titular tnat's were 'hea racnh up. as follaws ? Ije Hcaoey ot K.-aniiin [ tdrge by tiie baaa. ] 'Jh' President ot tee United mates. 1 be I M ?? li s^^arii i\ e?ai>ecied with the name of th i ^?ue/'rnn phi.owiyoer ihe links which ticlHour coo ;?f e raej be at biliibt and impenaaable as tbe fknie oi Kraua 1h:? was respr nded to by the Alleganians s'nging "Oar Glciiene Unit n F< rev?.'." w.iich was en -ored A gentie v an le-o protK-eu three cheers for General (<eorg? P. Mtnls, the auti or cf >be how and an eld typo, which wete p<ren with heai'.y g K>i >iU:? lie r.css I're N?t?r Pr.-.fetsicr,s of Tyrosraphr? I.Ike the face ao t I .'id v oi the m e, mutrntiy depebdenc rher cannot he separa te a wliloui destioylng :be utjuy ot each other. P: bl:<3 < ipinion 1 he big bar law ot the ace, indebted to th ' press for Us poUney; wtih type snd press, in-t Ink ?n<l pi per, t r. ) rtden'ly owalJa the ciudel of Knor, and triumph, where attniee ot mil Ions '.ail To this tr>sst Ker. Mr. rtTTi'P: rMpended? Pub!-': opi nion is the higher law of tte aue. s?id ie. but the liriog trutb el God if the highest Cobbet. the s.v.ffer, u#ed tt> srttrat bat "g? eat brut/> beast, the puilic," out h iw can trt><b >?Dd refinement to 'tie mass of mankind except through <he pres?V The Atn>ighty m lotgsr leara< hi' au ti graph < n " tables of ? one," bu' stamps his tin hwt'h tjpef- on inlilicr? rf printed sheets, as clearly as he w:ite? it in Ar?tnrus and Orion flashing on tha mid night iky. A right opinion is tntg itier 'han bayonet*

?i d s force of ten tbeu ai>d Wbitfledsanl t?eb<tei-? all ? pok tig a* onoe Uaeanlay sU'e? that in lflM the r? ? etiaints wore taken from tne Brit'sh p ess, and th* pr*n eir. celet'ia'K m 'hat, oncasi n th? fretoom of Frank 1'n'a prei s, which waa born tlgb4y years bef ire the tree d m of Kank.in'H country waa declared. (Loud ap p'riufe.) inlkfrt- Jln or) ' i.-ne alciiemists, who (ranamute alire airy rc'lingsai.t tnttler.aieiiMboea iuio tbe f>old-*u coinage o* u e bi a'a. Col T B. Ttiowv* reep' fn ?d briefly He compared the authors of tie pr?>*rit ?i"e wi?h those of the era o' Ool.i smith aod Ji hna n an* was gratitei at thr superior no ci y >iUt?a bt.d oy t^e tofBter. He defretatec in nirong tfcriui tlw ttaitvy In tlw pnWc kind i" th* vireai-nd ?rim?p of uw>d arpow for hl? !<?'*? h? th< ugbttfcey ttbiuld N> Judged by toe ***? r^la* <?? o?ui aicb n tn, aa4 Uieir frm ltte* ancmri at.va.ny. Publi?Ur?-Mft uaj5, -bo imlii anay u-mfw lln* bplr ? though lo lb er . Hay <k - ? mw-c ' ? **>"h <" dvr" uoircs ki tk wroit in al<r*r* b- ?n> > Ik v ?? n rigit b^?Vr' i^yBO -II H m b> (to _ I li Printers' F I P Lib "ry r*oaa a*lnfl mar* a ril lh?n toappeeli . -?L Tor ? onourag m m. ? ad -at* ? #r-? filing at d gain to btctvactorm. D. L. Nobihbi p rr-pude I to tbb tout, to trble'i b> warmly euanuetultti -he Prin-ern' library UfKiV c .'**?? and announced lowtl >ur ta be fxiuL The l*?t regular t Mt wan;? foaifi And nay, without oar bopei, wH~wsnt ou fearis Without tbe boo,* tMl plighted veeod < Wtiboui lb" ta iUi iruui partial lie u?t? ?N. Obt wbaf wvre man I A world wtlbou. aaunt Tbe to o?Ug to uu'-rnred luaat, t? y ?en. UaoanK I'. M< iikib, w*? read aon u uf !v ob?e Ml'.? I?r. rrancla-the p-it-UMn' rrtf?4i ani iHMi?iteti>r. The 90 > I lmpre?ftt< o be haa made ?n earh la regioMred in nnarou. Di utlbll <u ibb lilaun fiiw L b ary wen ku a tu uowmm by I *n* C Bakvb, tfwr wo ch toe c .m j?ui h jouined to Ike o?:l rc?m nod apeu th? rr*t of trio mgit in cbafciiig the ' gt'wiLg hours ?t Jt tijiwr au't *t tbn>. tort of thug. Tbe aBbi- v?< ve y pl'tmn., fie n>u?fo was gco<\ tbe a peaking auto, h ? ?iaxta< 'xoelioi.t. aid women ?erj pie.ty. 'then ha pitutxr. are a gaiUal U4 b^KlMMH Mt nf DIM, ttd aw everything CO u l to it ike a ?'good tur.e. ' ' Tktalrti and bxiilhltloni. Hroai?way Theatkk ? Tbe Uaz/iiug fairy aj>ee taole of "King Charming" will be returned t> monow evening, with u uo* diiributiou <>.' the tedding characters- Madame 1'ouisi aosumea the part uf Charming, Mm. Blake that of Quee t Heupe kt, and Mrs. Buckland that of the cemntander of the laity light guard. Thin beautiful piece, and th it 0 -her great scenic wonder, "Thetiea of Ice," will hereafter be perfor td on aJternate nights, with a good farce. "Twenty Minute* with a Tiger" will precede "King Uharaing" te-m rrow night. Niblo'b Gahdhw? M. Jerome lUvel'ii amusing afiair, entitled "Tie Schowltuit-ter," will be per lorretd for the aecord time, to-morrow eveniug. The author, and hin brotlietw, Antoii.c and Jerome, bave flt<e charactere? the lat>er, u the tallest bo/ tu the t-chcoi, keeps tlie houn' in a ci.ustant roar of laugh ter. Two grand pat, by the gnat ballet corpn, will lollow. The msguitieeut Mpectade of "Bttyul" will conclude the entertainments. Bowery Theatme. - Mr. Q C Charles the popu lur Irit h ecmediuti, and hin niater, Mint M A. Charles, a great lavorite with the patrona of th>a hotiHC, conimeiice ai engagement ti>-murrow night. ?'Ireland as it is'' if! the upetiing dram*, Mr CharU-s a> Hbgged Pat, Mr. U aid hm 1>uu O'Uatohiu, and Miss Charles as Jt.dy O Imt. After whi^h the laughable farce calltd ''Our (Jul,-' ftlias Charles as Caroline Meiton, with the smg of " tioubin' ' Around." The whole will elo^e with the omic dian a ot "The Model Farui,' in which Mr. and Mrs. Ward ard Mr Gri&ths appear. Pun ton's Thkatw. ? Mr. Burton wtll, to-morr -w night, revive the tavoriie local play called " The Upper Ten and Lower Twenty, ' w inch created tue giealest senfiation in paifcculai ciiolea ou its origi nal production at thia house. The cast contaloa the uan.ee of all the principal uo- tubers oi tue com i any, including, of court*, Mi liurton, in hia la mons part ot Ci ookpnth ; Mr- i'arkei1, a new ?lU tcht*. pluya Mrs. Cmrilputh. The pla^ will be sacceeded Ly the laugUWb latce of "liventy Minute 1 With a Tiper." Waixack's Theatre.? The coraedv of "Love utid Money'' and the extruV-igutza of "Po-ca-htn tas," contiune the prea'. a'tinetions at thij house Ti tv aie both admirably ta t and placed ou the i-tflge. The latter will cutnineuce its tifth week to niomiw eight. The author Mr. liroughuoi, m.iy justly fi tl elated a* ita extraordinary auc .ess, and the Mattering tncoiuiu m lavished upon it trim ail quartets. Several hovelt e- are aunbuueed to be iu prep aration at this huu*e. :.v*a Kanut'* VjjuKTitt*^- In compliant* with We solicitation of the patrons of Mist Keeue, she will, to-QiOrTow night, peieonate Iter favorite ?harao ter of Pauline, iu Buiwer ? elegant |>1 .y of the "Lady of Lyons.'' Mr. G. Jordan is to perform Clande, Mr. Uttts Col. Duma*, and Miss Well* wil nihke her dflut ns Mad. Ptschuppelles. This an i.i unci ment will, dnubtle-is, attract a large, if not larger and more fashionable audience than ha-t ye. greeted the fair manager at the Varieties The bal let of the " Prima Donna ' is the final piece. Wood's Minbtkels ? Various alterations have I et-n n ade in the piogramnie of eutertai iments fo tlie coming week. New songs, new dances, the bur lesque called " The Mummy, and many other novel ties, are on the bill for tomorrow. George and his compaoiors are as ti 11 of life as ever, and well they nay be, for they always perlomi to full bou?e*. Bvczbev'a Beri:nai?ir8. With the exception o iltat rich co?i6fc2!tf; " The burlesque Hutolunsons," a con.plete alteration lias ben. in the list of amusements for to- morrow night. The operatic burlesque of '? lieauty and the Iteist" in the after- i piece. Perliarn's giit enterprise tickets now taken here, ate ?aid to be cowing in very freely. fnm fNtit on Prince. [Fn u. ili? liovidenc- J uin?l J?n 19] Our correspondent at Bristol, It. I., furnishes the following interaction, brought by the brig A. G. Washburn, at that part frem Port au Prince, l)ec. 29 : ? ('apt. Gamm states that the fever and black vomit utill prevailed amoi g the shipping in port, the ciews of all the vescela being taken d.iwn soon after their ani\&l. The cases were moot fatal am>ug tbe Fit neb and Dutch vessels, t-tveial of which were iu port. Two French brigs loi-t their officers and ere* while Capt. C. lay in port. The crew of the A. G. W. sit kent d, but recovered Died, ou board the A G- Washburn, Jan. 4, of fever. John Dickxton, aged 2<; years. He sa pped on board the day previous to sailing, and states that he lelorged to Portland. Me., wheie lie had a family. Logwood and cofjfee scarce and bigh. Laborers veiy hard to get, tl:e l?mpcr<ir having taken all the available men out of the city to increase his army. It was rumored that great, diwutisfactiou prevailed among tie troops, ant numbers had revolted. A iLiirrit-h had taken place between the Dominicans tii. d liny liens, iu which the lattor came near being dexaud, being taken by wupnse, and sustaining a heavy loss in pro\ isiotis and aininuuitions. Police IntcUlgrnrc. I A BOLD OCIHaGL ? Al.LtliBI) U10UWAV BOBBXRY. At a late hear on Ftlnsy eight, as kobert 1'. stup- >n ere vt the Detm'y Sheriffs, ro?idmg at No. 1'i'i Wilila o Mje?t, w*? gficg ion Doaoe et; est, at the ciroer cf W.'J.am dree t, he was attacked by t?o men, w!?o wer?i i-Tstciigcn the> coiner, with the er dent latcu'lon eif wail 'ng lor son e ore. l'bei-e men, h-t says, sel/ t4 hl'it about the waist anl held hitn io ei-e b >n lags when a tbir<l par'y ran actoaa the ?tr**t fr. m some djorw ay, and > truing cjtiiVT. tier pi-en'* coat, extiactcd wtiat ?ai trulunbU- <n his pockets, con?fatinff of ia m >n?-y and a l o b fr; $t0. navlng Heececi tbe-ir victttn of a I tb?- v <lu ?ble*tbey cottla lny their lw.d? on, tae/ rao a|i MliUm rtiett and ene'ea^o-ed to e-rnpe Mr. 8iinpaori ohm m1 'bt?, crytig out ' Wti p thtetl" At the corner of W.llfaa hi i! 1 earl et'eete, tiro of U.e la ittvep were ta<?n I t' cOFt'Cj bj- 1 flireta llcOulre and tlaurahan, of the tunrth w?yf (dice, who, he?:u>i< the at- rtu rat ed, hw-teo^d o the ? pot aiid e-.-cc -edeej in i-a jtutlnn two cf the th ee ? vna?ay*. Tie pita reia were t?ken t> the e ur<h wnri) a iitlrn b' n?e. whete th> j we e locked up f>r th< ?emaltider r fthe tight. Ve^-errny piorb'nc 'h? aceuaHt ?h? gave th?-li names as Wil iam H tVe<"; and .r.bn Gonmn, w?re b < ugat M'oteJua l'f Wei b, at the I, .wer I'o ice <!> urt, v. here ?n alBdavti bth g n?<? ?gutat th-tn for h'fhwa} robbery, they wet* futtjr craaitted f>r t tai. Nt nt. of txe p'?^rt| wan f und ta thn p >s S'M iq o* tie ntl <ncr?, hu' on the |?t <iuo> (>?< n n w?h f.>ao<t ? cbiw! ord oihe. I u.-glan >u? Inecurren r Went i* to be the m n of ihe man **?i k?-y, wb.. wa< exern*e<l for n u/der t nejfar* afe, while <.?nooa U treil kntsn ?h a j>ro*ef-icaU thief by th* p .ilcc City Intelligence. C^AMBat or Coshmbut- lnuru ov 0?o, Cnrris ?A ?po cial m it' log of the Chan.l>?r of Co turns' ce *as heir yen larrsy at n ton to take m uio appropriate notice of the death of Geo. CurUe, Vioel'te Lent of te Buard. Mr I'elatiah Peril ar suraod tbe cbalr. and in doing so *po e tn feeling tei ma of the dece axed Mr. Curtis had been a nentorcf tbe Lefl^.atue of Rhode Island, and there hac learned aVnnw'edga if and exporlenre in parllRmen nry n>age, efgitat to him In after life. Mr t'his. II ICusiell ( flcr, d a s?iiee ot re'Cluilxn* esprea^ir^ ?>* ibe regret of the boa;d at the- death uf Mr. Cur-1*. ?hHh w?re a opted ana orreied to oe uannmi't-d to tbofninlly >f the eeceareil. Mr Jo n Helens ant i.t isrs msoo ( ? ttWUlc temaika refit irg tbe occasion, wh-n theb >?rd ndjrtttned after c?e*e mining to attend the funeral of bo uectaaiel, which taki ? place to morrow. Trot Sof.NP f-rK.iMUKs? The Norwich boat arrived hare yeateiday tr.oratcg at abont 6;"0; the Veil river ateamer j at 7:16, and tbe ftionington at ft o'clock. Axthw It-iTti is i* TR| Lath Kaiiroap Ar<it'?rr. ? Mts fJerrten, who was injured by tbs ie>ent aocident on tbe fludacn Rltrr Railroad rear Ponghkesp le, died of ber woundjt, on Friday la?t, in that city. Ihe Cwmt LM rorce Caae. erPRRIOR COtTRT? SPKCIAL TFHM. f ? dCiM rfuat'ne u?kley J/x. \Q ?f\nr4 t? F?rrj(.? ' The f>*f>er? on the two pf 'i.ie it nme>dmm'> ma< e b> the re^p n en.'e c?utt I i? ??>re ?u limit led to the Judf. who referred bi< de ' (K< ii. r ellgtom* Uuill|?nc?, Rev. Jo ep Holdich, D. D., will pnuh at the Uetbcdi. t Episcopa church, at the cor er of first place and Henry street, Brooklyn, this By special request of the relations ? John B. Petty, who perished in the ship St. Denis, asermoa frill be preached with reference to that event, thin evening, at the Mariners' church, corner of Madison and Catherine stieets, by Rtv. Charles J. Joues, pastor. The Calcutta (E. I.,) Etigii*h nan, of November 10, says:? Ve hear that the Rev. Mr. Dail U to preat h to morrow morning, in commemoration of the late, the Hon Abbot Lawrence, at the Unitarian Rooms, No. 4, Tank square. 0MH1UT10P8. Ret. Edwin J. Hart, of the Bangor Seminary, wa< ordained and installed at Merrimaok, N. H., on th 2d ln*t m-iihod by Itev. D<. Houghton. Rev. L. B. W. Sheyock has been ordained over th 0 8. Chuich in Covington, Ky. INVITATIONS. The Rev. N T. Allen, late pastor of the Baptist Church at Natic, R L, has accepted the call of the Baptist Chnn-li at Jewett City, Conn., to be et me itn pastor. Rev. Dr. Hedge, of Providence, ha* rece red a cell to become the pastor of the Un tarian church in Brookline, Maw. Rev. Philai der I'awke?, of Lowell. Mas-*., ha? ac cepted a call to lecome pastor of the Mariners' rhiiK h in Providence. The Rev. Jonathan Edwards, of Woborn, Mass.. has accepted tlie cud to Plymouth Congregational Chui i h and Society. in Rochester. He will enter on hi* dutie- > it bin a few days. Rev Prof. Held, of Amherst College, has received a call from the First Congregational church in New London, ns tunaaor of Rev. Dr. MoEwen. Rev. Wm. R. Downs, of Orange, N. Y? his ac c< pted a call to the 1'resbvteriou church iu Howard, N.Y. Rev. Edward Taylor, of Lanainghnrgh has ac cepted a call to the Congregation il church in Kala m zoo, Mich , ui.d will enter upoA bia labors in February. Rev. George F. Tewksbury. of Oxford, has re ccivtd a unanimous call from the Congregational (buich and society in Albany, his former iicld of labor. It'v. N. L. Rice. D.D., of St. Louis, has received a cull to the lirvt Piesbyterlau church in New Orleans, with a proffered salary of seven thousand dollar*. Rev Tbomafc (i. Carver, of New York, ha-* been culled to the Old School church in ludepende.tce, Missouri. INSTALLATIONS. Rev. Henry A. Rowland, D.U., is to be installed Jat-tor of 1'aik Presbyterian church, in Newark, N. ., on Weanebday, 2Sd iust. Rev. A. H- Purmelee, lute of Addison, was in stalled pa-tor of the Presbyterian church and con gregation ot Livonia, by tne Preai>yte?y of Ontario, on the i?th inet. RESIGNATIONS. R< v. Wellington liooseielt, fur nine years pastor of tbe Noith Pre-byterian church in tbi<t city, has rerigiiid bin pastoial charge In dissolving the re lation the Presbytery expresK-d tbe strongest confi dence line a Section towards Mr ft , whi:b bis own church has most cordially reiterated. Rev. ( harlcs H. Force, of Unadilta, N. Y.. has re signed hit- pastoral charge to ncoopt a call to the Pretbytemr. chnrch in South Ottawa, IU. PXATHb IK TBH MINIUTBV. Died, at Pltlstiekl, on Ibe 16th i? st., at the resi dence of his father, Rev. James B. Howard, of Rock port, Maine, aged twenty-wren years. Rev R. W Hill, editor of the Oencsee Evangelist, expiicd a' his lesidence. in Roi heater, on thy 16th ins>t.. after an Uiut^k of something more than two w teks. NEW CHnitcnKfl. Tbe new Presbyterian church, erected by the coc? Bit gntioo of which Rev Dr. W. C. Winner is pastor, is to Lc dedicated ti> the service of Almighty God on the 2'2d inst. A house of worship was dedicated to the service of God, at Johnsonvillc, Rensselaer county, December C. Bern on by Rev. l>r. Beman, of Troy. A new Uuiversalist church at St. Stephens, N. B.. wub dediuited to the worrhip of God on Thursday. Decimler 13. The former church of the Uuiver ealisto was bunt d about two jeans ago. The spacious Baptist church edifice ou Thir tcflilli fctnc', between 0 and H street ??. Washiigtou Citv, hat- ju*t teen completed, aud will be dedicated to-tiuy with appiopiiaie w.d interesting services. The venerable fe true tut e fenftWU M St. Paul's chun h. o; the Protestant Kpiscopal denomination, in Baltimore. having been destroyed by tire during tr en i iitbo) (Manb. lb, ',4, n eaMiies were piomptlv taken by the author ities of tbe congregation to erect i pun the rnins a stiiictuie which should prove more c?>n\eiiieiit tor the purposes of worship, and more attimtive than the old building in respect to archi tenuial Outlices. The bi.llding being ready for service was ? pened on the 10th Ynst., aud solemnly confeciatea to the servke of Almighty God. HIPCKLLANFOl'fl. Bishop Poone is to visit Orange, N. J., to-day, for the purpose of urlniittirg b> the holy order of tne priest hood, the R< v J. S Bush, deacon-rector of Grace church Also he will administer the rite of confirma tion Bbbop McGill, of Richmond. Va., has appointed the Kev. T1j4 urns MuJve.v t> the pastorship ol tit Jos< ph'n chi.it li in Petersburg, (vacant by the with dtawal oi the l ev. A. L. Hitsclbirger.) Mr. MaKey hi s lirwme tint been in Lynchburg, aud is wofl known as a .talented preacher and a careful and watebfi 1 nas'.oi. I'm Lynchburg, In the pi ice va cated by Mr Mulvey.the Bishop has appointed the Rev. James MtG?vtrn, a young clergy. nun, ol sound Uaitiing. pron,isiij? talent ai.d conciliating .dispo bition Tbe P.': v. Tbomafl Mulvev has taken charge oi bis duties .u Peteisburg Tbe Rev. J. 11. Piunkctt, of Maitiiirttiurji. ban been appelated to Portsin >uth. at the urgci.t petition ol the members of the church, and the 1 ev. l.uke Ia< naid. has beeu appointed to fill Mr. 1 lunkctt's place in Martinsborg, V a. Rev. 1. F. Hoiton, formerly of this city, is supply ing tbe Congiegativual church ut Meredith Bridge. N.H. The Rev. T'pitib" ('? Addison ha? taken charge of Grace and Btwling (ileeu chutihes, Carolina coun ty, Va. Rev. 1. E Nickel lias taken charge of Moore Parish, Canipl'll county, and RoaUcko church, Charlotte count j . Vu. The Rev. F.dwaid Benniston has been appointed Chaplain to Penitentiary, Jackson. Alius., to fill the vacancy occasioned uo thp death of the Rev. A. D. Corbyn Rev. Mr. Richmond has declined the call trom Zion chinch in Newport, H. T. Rev. Dr. Ijiml.eit, of Salem, has declined the cull ol tbe Piesbyteiian church In Puouqne, 111. The people of hi* prcsont charire manifested sn 'b a reluctance a a made the removal highly inexpedient nud unwise. Rev. Isaac Parsons wus dismissed by a council, rmm the pw-torai t barge of tl?o Congregational church in East llndd. m, Conn., Nov. 20, to take effect on the Md of April, 1WWJ. An Abolitionist Tabbed and Fbathrrkd in hnvrt'CfcT ? be ci laena of Islington w mo vity much ltir< o-f* i n Fit sy last, np n teadiug uu artlclo pu *lUh , t'i in the Utat'-man copied from a ?*par in Otftjrd, Ohio. It pu pcite* Vu bi.ve t*a& wrvtteu la Lrxtun^ n, and gi -vn sii meccuLt o" Cb.i?ctt'M ciaji fu < ha' ctU. <tiib manj vkOW ai d fivl<e c. t> nw-nt* upon Uit ln'tltntl n of m ktatneky. Iho lot'er mi Higned J H., tbe int 'iu... a* waa a?ccrt?tt c<1, ct a p<"rxin (.f It-nrt?) who hed t e?n for sew f Wrr-e fmploj ?xl an a tencher In one of the ci y ?cbm k. 1-ceiiug tn?v thl- man, ?i?> h?4 b?en r?cnwo and h'-cpaably ??uiartatnei, ity 'f great wro ft in thin ralvir mat in* Uip peopta and tu<ti4Cuttona (f 'l.i-t Keeiliki), ?-Hi a party of ?'in ?t f.iro hon dfd ifpautd to bi? looginga Ha in o- me . of the ?ntsitob cf t?c c 'lopaoy und, though 'm of the chill i<4Kbt air. could d 1 br ita<? acvoinpau.i iog tan party, lit was conducted t ? tbe Court tlcwc ya'd and there rlj V*d. A larpn jnnpttty of jliah hart tKx.n (irepu-ed f^r tbe i>cea'-i<in. with 'ha aonvntr of *evor*l and ft a hfi?. lh? cUitulng wa* np<?ily rcmorod from the b. flj cf B;acy, and f > pt'ch applied o the th cknniw Of nn Inrh Tbsn tt>* f??'b<rB w>"e nlooly p tnu-d, and B 1 n rli > haert *b?T<d cl<i?elj o the -c?Jp, nave two lock* n?ai the fojtbaa-'. Uo ?a? then aet lou*e, aid oh %rg?a to go and t in no mora More ecverc punishment wouti have ta?n aTiii Utereo. )<r.i It nst been for the wife ot (tia< y, * S" "ii'lful an.1 i s?t ir.able lad} . B ad} m>pli>(1 to a pbymrtnn to remove th ' tar, but it ?a? f<<un<i <it??rlj tmpoai-ibla. Ila left on the morning naln fa 0- Ttnaton aud the land of blao^ ioi>ubt.e*n*.? l/ uitville (burirr. Hhit BtTFNT 1?T H*R OwNKKH.? The Russian ship Roskla, >?)s halt ut ircwtu, whiob l a- o?en tor gome In e a' lioe'oa, U> av?l<t the pe> t.a of ths war. w.?h taken berk of Km-t 1'<i?t< n on tie tV'h tnar,, and bnrnt on ao u nnvot bar cm ar*r for the pnrjioaa of laving ter iron and tofj'ir. INTERESTING FROM EUROPE. Oir Paris and Kim Cirm* fMiMCI. THE Pf ACE SENTIMENTS * THE CZA*. THE WAVEELEY CALAMITY. he., 4c., Ac. Omr Londun Cmrrrt poadtntf, l.ONDOK, Jan 4, 18 66, Tht Ptace Negotiation! ? Ccunttr J'topotaU bp JRvttiet ? Mai$rhikcff AppoivUd Govirnor of Ci on $tad i ? The Coining C 'umpai ;jn. We an ? in ILe midst of a regular whirlpool of peace negotiations. What I prognosticated ha# ac tually occurred. Scarcely did we Warn that Coast Valentine Esterhazy bad left for Ht. Petersburg, when out pop counter proposal)* from St. Peters burg. It is true that when these Russian proposals appeared, the proposals brought by Count Ester hazy were supposed to be still unknown at St. Petersburg. But eredat Judaeu* t No one will doubt that Prince Gortachakofl', who is an able man, waa not aware of the substance, at least, of the Aus trian proposals. The Austrian proposals arc, a< 1 hare already in forn rd you ? 1. That Russia shall abai don her claim to the special protectoiate of the Greek Church in Turkey. 2. That the Bhck Sea shall be made into a mere sea of commerce, from which the war ships of aft nutioDB should be, by common conseut, excluded. 3. That Ruthin should cede so much of the terri tory of Restarabia aa is necessary to secure to ?? nations the free navigation of the Danube. 4. That all forti esses on the shores of the Black Sea should be dismantled, and that the idea of tmr tiiying the aland Wards should be forever aban doned. Well, tlic above proposals did not reach St. Peters burg till the 2Gth of December ; on the 22d of De cember a circular is issued from the Imperial Chan eery , offering proposals of peace on certaiu terms. lhe Em per or conseits that the thirl p?ln *h*l be eoNtd (TtHtlu ) by the 'nilowli g cim linatljua:? 1. ttifc closing pi the straits . 2. miU'arv flag whate\cu ?bail float In t-e Blaok Sea, with >lie cxinitinn r that ofthttfi mn filch ku-eia sue tJie Porte by h common coiumt may deem i~. neeea kbi ) to ir uioiftii, there Si. The art orut of these forces shall be fixed by a direct *gr<eirent te ??n tre two Ci.au log Pow r?", wi?hoat anv 0B'?'iuil>l< participa'loa of tbe other I'owera. I. o ft iloulng is an txact of the de -catch It sell, which must actually be in the hands of al! ihtgj v?rt Bents to vbi 'b it is acdre<Mo; ? The Imperial C? Mitt first elate* that the momentary tnlentoptien ct hoatiii'lea in oo^^ueooe of ta? tai w?atbio baa uteeasariiy aroui-ed the petier?l bope that advmri ge wo. i <3 b? mm of it for tut, e?tat>li?timeet ef pare, aid oeclaiex ih-?i ic was not tbe but. to bu ?n> t*? i ex t>nipr.t ar-rt to< evt -e a juBt s<. licit ude ti it it mtm >mkiy.?hat 'ht- desire > zp- esseo by tee Emperor of the Ft etch a' a putlic sou inni'y, in lav-'r cf a pr mpt iai ouiabm jeace. was a 1 the time tin e, aud sill u, the deadest wish ?l theFmpe'Or Alexander. *;he e'( vuufl |u lie y whinh has Sw n bequeathed ti thia M.ve:eigu b* bit> piettctusojM uiakMi it hK duty to aaahe tut i ' tbt, power whirl (red has placed in bin handaeoqr for tbe gooQ of i! a<ia.ii d. ud cooiequen ly to dp* tie peiire. a t only in 1l?i inteie^'a f hi* own aahjecu N( it tbo.-e alao ol the ? hole of Europe. The Eo x-r jf A ?x aicer baa not wti ed for the pretrnt tromeot to ea dc?vor to attain that ohjec*. 1 >n hin aocetsWi o tU t >rore lie gt-ro his fui) ao4 entire coiueaC U> the mmms acquitted by lis augiut father. lhe. ?? base*-, fcoafver, a< nut of alffwent io^rpreta i< us Ttc Forp ror, without hesita Ion g<ve then the mo,t liberal intei pi?tatli'n (fnir </onna..U> fius tar, jut d? rei<>f jv>?nt>) A- a proof thf tof he can te the fntk etic loyal cooutrrtnco ^hu-h be lent o the n~ tUllruli? o t? irt.tdueert Ir.to t,h?- political rjstem of th? Kd<?aa<l to the coiUctm g\ arartce which wa? to asnute its iade pei de' ce. He pvro wen*. a<i *ar as to aacTidce uu aooular snc ploiiotib 'rsi ition?. 3t- Conllv proved tbesiooerlf ot bis ie>oln ion? ><y the maiintr wi h which he ndoptei tbe cLaraes pi pestd for the Print-jpttUutB ot the l>anabe and for he nav 'gallon of 'ha ilv?r. lf *he c a 'tre .tea *ei? brot t-n rfl on the (nbjeet at ' lie tLii d ptiiiit tie >e:<p Ufibiliy tbeieuf d?tu uot faM tipor th? :nii?i'ul Cabinet, for w ieo 'he Aunt>l? i Cibt nct broigV.t !orwi;jd tie sulu'ion which aporared 1 1 i t mcs am-otable it was he K'ttsiau pletip lt^ntta y wtte d?t'and it su-ceptible <-f bc<c')mitg toe - tar tmr print dt dtftml) ut an arrar g< m?<:.t aco i Tu the aii'i'tirK ot the adverse p*'iy who rt jrctrd it io conae quenrp oi intei nil i.-*n-i< oh . whinU h?a aum-n In tbe coutue of the giave(r,nt? whic ? indued white tot rft\t ? of bl o'1 flowed and tbe two boliige<etit p^rtw wet* Imp ?irg ImmnsM *aefi&?i os 'he feivtv itow cve> niBch tbe bfa>t cf bin impe ia1 Usjei'y w?a alfocte* tf e?f 1>), he ?js rol g <1 to ren bin siltn . a loug ->?- hi* eueuUa appia <d rtsolred to fub-illtttt* the right of niigbt to tbe s| i it of j lafcc ?ic o' concilia ion, W Jtoa, for neatly Lalf a ceniuiy, hod j-reiict d over the derilaua it tu 0|>C. lift a> seen as infcrroat'on na j'.ea the government of M> Itajts'y, wlicb a eured him that hi.- enetuii-a wt-w digpofef to lake up again (rr/icn/lr." m i'?u miiTc) the n>g<<tia1i"n4 or ptaee on the la-ie o' tbo f ux p iota, eucli a / tl.ey bad bf? n reflnou in tho 'oii'erei c -?, the imitrlalC-bfnn di^ no' he-itnte to tome forwtrd <Y*i>klp to meet th< se feuw'ul disooei'lon*, and to n ek fraakiy a potibie solu'ioii lor tbe third pointful t-e order of Idea)- wliicl. had appeared, turn a bo-,.'., tatUfaciory t j al paitier 'he itr peral < al-ii tt ftc'area. in cocci im m, "that this j f-fOlu i< n ot the i .-ni>eror wlii give a ntw pi dge tf tbe ton impute of o?ool !?? i m ty ?hioh lie i< a' intnte^. sod ut tlie far iific-* h i? ready to make f r tbe p-ae- of 'he weld. He pi.t? hi- trurt in tho Impartial judgn>M>( of the I'owf r- wtich ba?" rtuialnwi airaogerg o 'he rtru?glA; and caimly and oonhdtntly anatu he deoixi'j* ol h i tienl>>. I do not believe tlm t Russia will withdraw her pro posals, or that the Western Powers will withdraw theirs We shall have a pen and ink war for the winter mouths, and then tbe dogs o( war will be loose again. 1 k'uvc y< u. however, to draw your own oouclo Moi e. 1 i- imply alute niy own opinion. TI e pamphlet attributed to the French Emperor on the necet^ity of a oougress for peace at Pahs is disavowed. There is no other news. Our London CoiTMpomkntf. IiONDO*, Jan. 4, 1?66. The Praer Negotiations? Alleged Secret Under itenuiing between Lama Napoleon and the Czmr ? Significant Omittum in /Amis Napoleon's Atldrem to the Imperial Ouard ? Singular Commercial Ph4 ncmena? The New Line of Sieamert between Antwerp and New York. Since a week past the London press has takes great pains to deny the general belief that the En* |jeror of the French had determined to effect a pooh flcatiou with ttussia. There in no doubt, however, of bis dot-ire to put an end to the war, if it bo poetrf ble to hit upon terms that will be acceptable to the public opinion of Western Europe. Thi- is a serious obstacle, for Russia will naturally neck to make M little cozicewuon as j*>s8ible, in order to nave her pride; and the time for negotiation may pass away before anything is settled. It is certain that Lori 1'almeri-ton will do all in his power to prevent any amicable arrangement; and as he roust be ;onsuhed upon the conditions of peace, it is evident that he has ample means to postpone, at d therefore to defeat it. Louifl Napokon nm> . therefore, in spite of hia profound reluctance, be forced to go on with hottiN ties till a more favorable occasion offer* for an es cape. lhe Emperor is well aware that the nation is not at all enthii?iflf>tic in this war, which they look upon as rather t" the a ! vantage of England titan themselves. The English journal* take great pain* to prove the contrary; but they have failed to din turb French convictions on this important point. The only party in Frame really amiou< lor the con tinuance of the war is tlie republican. I t their hope is that sooner or later it will involve the Emperor in seriens difficulties, if not disaster*. They secretly try to spread the belief that Englaud, for her own pnrpnfes, has entrapped franco into the war, and 'but t.ie loss of French blood and treasure only gresto promote tje aggr.tndi/emeut ef their old enemies, and to weaken and impoverish themselves lie Emperor Is. no doubt aware of these insidiocu.* macMni t ions, and it constitutes another reason for his Hjj.xicty to cscape the embarrassments of the pre cut and the contingencies of the future. At thi* mi men t all is uncertain. The an?wtrof F/^sia to