Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 14, 1856, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 14, 1856 Page 2
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?' 1^1 club would Induce t&i lomkiN ool wul i> '** soeservailr* faith U withdraw. Talma*, lit polar nee, Ud been loud guilty and *90 taneed tc be bu|?1. Queen Tla'aria, aMowpoBtod by tb? roval ahHren, 9hi 1 !?<] tbe luklih inkMitto on ' h? rib ult., at his and hoacr.4 a ML' wfth bar presence. AwMrgs* tha napa; present werw tha Ministers from fee Unfed 9*atei> an 1 Bayli. Baron Werner. Coder Secretary af Fn-a'gn AflVire, has lafl Vieaaa hi Rc*ee? it waa pieeumid on a political Bnrslan ergmeere ara ?arrjytnf SeMslopil, which la ?a ba eaUiely rabuilt on a aaw plan. Quarantine Is suspended at Odnsea lor war mnetha Merchandise was reported (May M) aaarea, and freight# wara laiitog. Marshal Peilesler is hastening horoa from tha Crimea, la ba pracnat at tha biptlaai af tha Prince. A aommiaaton, tn accordant* with tha twenty-third article of th? traaty of paaea, la about to proaaad to freehand to arraaaa for tha proper government of tha Peanslpall iee. Six Henry Bolwer will ba tha Relish fepreecatatrve. Tha Turkish government haa refuted to acknowledge tha indapaadanea of Cireaeria, and tba OrreseMan dap a la Mow waa about to quit Oonataatinopla. Bp 'o tba 10th of May, 16,000 FYtnaV 0,000 English, TjbtO Sardinians and 10,000 Turks bad quitted tba Crimea; and there wara still in Ruiaian territory 0b 000 French, *? Ml. 000 Erg.lah, and 0,000 Sardinian a. M J urdan, a bari inter, baa bean arrested in Pari a, ?ud oradetrnrd to four yeara' iaaprla. nine at and 5,000 hanea Bna. far baring tent tbrangb tba mall, from Brus aula to Paris, five copies of a manifeeto signed by Koe autb, Maaaiti and lalru Rotlln. Other oopits of the same dueament were smog|ted into Fraooe in the iaterior of a hMw. laid Cowley, tbe British Minister In F.-anee, gave a dlnier at the embassy on the 21th u't., Queen Vtstorla's birthday. Tha ministers of Stats and foreign ministers ware present. Tie sous eubeertption, in Paris, to present a testimonial bo the Rn prase and her child, ba J been brought to a aloes, and rea-'iead 60,000 francs. The Kmparer, through the M't liter el the iaterior, 1 banks the subscribers, and bsgs 1bey eill band crar tha mcnay to tbe funl lor tha aduaatfon of orphena of the working elaaaee of Pent, to which oljset ne also devotes the (00,000 trance voted to the P.ince by tba Mcmotpal OouooJ. feeie is to ba a eonfarenoa of the States of tba Zntlve roto, at Eireiach, this summer. Praeeia will renew bar propeefticn to reduce the duty on Iron?(from la. to 6d. par owl on pig iron; la. 6d. to 3a. on east and rolleI hc? and from Is, to la, fd. oa ehtet Iron)?wh eh has been cppoeid hitherto by the Sooth German States, but Will now be agreed to uoanimoualy. Tbe agricultural Esblbitton of Parts was to open on the 1st cf .Line. The price oi admis'ion ia fiiol at If. On Hcnday, tbe 1st of June, tha doors will open at usen, but ?n tbe following dies from aiue to fire. A* one a'e'ook on tha 10th tha dietrtbnfioa of recompenses awarded to tba amiibitors will take place under tbe pra awVucy of tbe Minister. A Berlin ce.patch, of May id, anmunc?s that tha Unswd States bare feelared that thay will e mieat provi. afeaadj to allow tbe Sjunddues to oonttcue, but toat eannot ncgtire ibem tn piioeip'e. A ietter frcm 8t. Petsriborg, of May 19, says'? Vice-admiral Wisc'Jieff haa been appVn el military foreroor of Aatracun. and e-nrmaod'rin ehief of taa Mnaeian Seat la the Oarpitn Sea. Tbis ftesi is to be gruaily icereared. Two new ci-ieioos, composed eu'i-ely W gun brats, will be ereated, and a part of hi old Ssbas toccl fh'ps oMics tare bee j p!a:ei at the disposal of admiral Warn toff, to be incorporated ia tbe Bee:. tku itg a debate in the H ore of Ccmooonr, on the sub >et bfehooh temporalities, cn the 27th of May, Mr. Foz Mid: ? Another point alluded to bad Ven tbe number of Hon an Ch'belies who became Protestants af er emigra tion to the Un Ud Sates. Hi (Mr Fox) thought that was .ttrittutatle to tbe different aep'ets .o wbua Protci tautism app'ared to Rioiaa Catholic mines in Ireland awd in tie lulled Btates. Mr. Urquhart eaid The bon. member for North Warwickshire a* ?ertad that *ban Irish Ho a an Cathohor went to N >rtb Axenoa tbey tamMletey became ProteeUnta. C >n d anytoieg ?b iw m a more aiming manrer tbat ProUeuwtiam Boariihed beat uidwr solontarjum' (9aar, baa- ) A ie?um of toe nnmber of aioideata on the Pruesiau ealiwajs cancg the past je.r baijait been pihllebed. Mot one ,'ife was lost, and only tore* persona ware in Tbe maniage or Prince Frederick WOUam of Pruaeii wtkb the PrioeC'e Royal of Reg ard is nrw an under stood lart, and tbe officers of their fu'ure houeehjJl an already i see led. Tha Moldavian Divan, Just before the aloee of its ses ?nmo May 24, unanimous'y voted an aldress to tbs B->? btdar, demsnii g the enion of tbe two Prinupa'i jee. The tews of ibis rote haTing rapidly spread ctuwd toe greatest J->y among the popclstka. Tha Visina GiutU jua,lfi?s the sigoature and crndi twns of tha treaty of 15th cf April, c neluoed between 'rates, Eagland, and Austria. Tbe official jiurntl grouses i:s remarks?la:, on the iact that Ka?sia wooid wot, either at tne tuna ol the Con'ere&ees or Vienna or aflei sards, g-ve any nrprees guaraniee in favor of the ?ateyrfty of Tnrkey; and 2d!y, that Prussia has always dee area tha* she woiid preserve her freedom of aetioo. The Vien-a adds that tie treaty of the 15.h 0/ April docs net contain aty rerret ar.icie, in no wiy a ? WMks the relations now sxistirg bet ?ean tha Germihi: dot'edarav.on and Prussia, and d jse not p*evcnt the amisabie re a iocs of Russia with bcru igboore. Tae Bombay Tin??, of the 26;h April, ia antieipa ion of tks overland mail, has he?n receive!. Tbe iotelHgeac; to not of mush impcrtinca ludii vae quiet, if we tx.jpi aotue threatening appaaranies tb*-. h td fcsui'?? ei th^m MVS'- at Mspiah, bnttj ?up7r?*s w lei promp". aenuree had been takes. Ouue continued trin jail, anl the pe;pie appeared to be very well p ea-.ed vri h the eoangi of gov ernment. Ihel ate K'ng had reathet Benvree on b.^ way tc England, to complain cf bis w.tngk Tae Ciief of Rbyrptor bad set out opon a limiUr errand. were dnii. Cotton was fi. m. Se-u.-itlee we e a:lvau: ng. Money market w?? euner. The ta i^aage was mg ra P'diy. Tue Gh B -ard of Trale re'u-ns f r the moalh of ApTi! rho v an ioe ea-ein tzpurta of abiut ?1,140,000 aver sane ;imc last year The exprrts for the fi:?t four mot the of tin e year ?h w a decm?e of more than two mU.>ncs ard a half, in the ebippiog returns there li an icartkn cf touts pe in wards of 000 teas, and outwards ef 139,(00 V)u? duiiDg tha mt nth if Ap-,:cvir e .matima last The seerion of Be g rim eioeed on ;na 21;h Previoua to adjournment the Senate a?wnted to the Dill seducing tbe import duties on certain articles. The L'rinea de I/gne is to represent 3e gi itn at tt? aoTcaatiob of the Crar, as be did at the c i coation cf Queen Victoria. A new Russian loan was spiken of, part to be offere kc Isindi n. and part in Hamourg. Tba ?pani?a govern-neni wan Ukicg eoergiti- mew *?'*? ?ga.n8t Mezicu, to enforce the c aitni o! her su'o j?ets. fapeie n ?? e:n?ide:isg a scheme for founding i territoitai n Uiiiy tn kigerla. Mr. Iwyard tr a,-aln spoken of a? l!kv!y to join the Eog bwh Ministry. Be would Use Urd Wodohuuie s offi :e Ateordiag to the I. wdno Aloerluer. Sir Joha Jrrvis tin! am*: Juetioa e; tbe Maaa, will oe raieei to tw ptevsge for die, and e xep.acad by 81* Freieripa Tne aiger Jjord Brcogham'e o? t aieier died on the 24'h a'.t. ac.1 e? bimeelf w?e *o Cil "Let be bad retire! to tb ? vnntry end tel. to iii? I-ord Chancellor the bare o: hie J'ldii.V. tiailatiii blii ei?? oiber ui?iu<uea now o?ijt% ParUaneo?. Tie i?w kaD #11, i; 1? be.ieiej, aaona: to lb* OOo Wi ri y?t rouhka, Tae n>re*t 1* flxel a". 4 e*r wa aefl ? prriion of the bo.a? wjl be redeemed eerry )Mr by seine of a alnliuif 'u*d fo:med by an a Idlii ma. roe per e*ot referred annually. with wjieb ?'rill b? c m btn*d a lotfety of money pnz ?*. Tbe loan 1? priacp ? j for the ernetrr.cUon of railroad* la the Interior of ?ta ?Ld partly for the indemnlfi la ; >n to be pa.d to I>?n nark tbr tbe Soatd doe*, ellueuga i* wnupered that a en,naiderable portion Of it Will be given op to lbs 'Irani bake Con "leu ilne to "saele bias to ea<ry on. hf* darling pncjeet ol meuaorph iaing the who.e of the nary Into "crew eteamere. <on tbetbb of Hay tbe Beak of Fag'.and relnoed ita ? atasnm rata cf dieoooat to 6 p?r oeat. oca iejlithms with ei?li*d. lam port an* gpeerh or lord Clarendon on tlie RniliUueni ana Central American (^ttr alone. Is Ike Home of Larde, on the 27th nit,, tbe E*rl ?f Ci^nXMfOS?My lords, 1 am anakua t> make ? Jin* ? eeerr ??l .ne on the early par: of '.be speech of tbe nib e earl, [F'gia] but they eua.l be eery ;ew, beca ?e I am deep'T e io?inef'! of the iheonria'enie- aiid p*?t*ly Ui? dai per?of anoh a dUcuMioo at ta? p -eneot mote* it. f 'eer, ti?ar ) Indee' ao li/'p'r ccnrfooal .is I of th.? trat I *ball refratnfr. in making e*eu a eiog.e obaer?v tifwop literal lemarka wnieh fail from tbe no -tie earl, abb wmon I betrdwltb regret; bat ptUI I am ?>bex * oi there eboold be no intetake ae to tb? fee!iog< o' ner tujeity'a g mrnuenl with reepee.t to tkt Unied f!????, or a* to the po'ley whish th"y bata pur-med, aaa ?kueb 'ley will eoo'iaue to parent, I mu' a lik e* a tew woide to your lotdi bipe. And, my lords, t will, in ua brat plaee, -ay 'bat a? taraa I myael'am ooooetoel? aari i >| ?ak a wo lo the tamo ef ail tbe membeie of bar *??*?*) ? ftteuuBOBV?i to ?pt Wart ifcut tkgrt ?m H tbe sUghfost doubt of my a?d Am iferif?to maisteia a? impebed tbe Closest thsmos' eordtel and to* moot atneere imo Hoc# wi 'b Um United Stetse. (Cheera) J bo.iwe ao MD ?M b* DM* gOBTiand ttu *? ?'?. both of CUT la M?1 sad rur duty to mu'iio those freed iy relations with Um imrtOM f*>ugiwnt ud people; a ad, m (or ss I mb eonooi n-d, hewing AIM Um < ffloe ol r jrwigo toa r*tw) for iobm yearn, 1 ?m eoaaotentiousiy iHrm that trl bir hy word nor by eeed baa anything baaa dsM wbleh eouM araate a jut cause or imta ton hstween too two ooantrtea. (Cheer* ) The cob)* lord has allude] to ths two poiatr of dlfftmct batwsaa Um U at tod H.a'es and Areet BiteiD?vis : >1m question of th# reerultmeat, ?ad the qstdioa of Central America. regard to the recruit p>?at, that question eailrrly aroea from pro poeeJ* made to us at h respect to peraoaa desirous of .o Queen's servi*. We did not area rotrrlrf Into the eoa'ftspiete accepting any of thoie offers without doe deformes to the neutrality laws of the Uaited Slates, which, I entirely agraa with tha hobla lord, It is as much our interest sod duty to up hold as it can be those of the Uaited Slate* them talma. (Beer I hsar ') It is not ear duty, tadsed, to rueroaeh upon tha laws of any other eooatry; hut we hose an interest? a Brttlih interest? to tha ceo ratify lews tf tbe United StaUe beug mate talced. Tee mato tenaam, therefore, c( those laws was our drst thought, to they ooanUtuttd the prtDeipal part of our iatirae ttoas; and the moment we aaoertaioed tutt the reoruit ?aot eoud Dot be earned oa withnat toe danger?not oa the part of our oan agenta. Put ?f paraoea who as sumed to be oar agenie? of eio'atitg tu* oej-ra'i.y laws ol the I iiited CUt??, we agreed to relinquish the whole scheme. Your loriships hare seen from the papers whi b here hieo laid on the table that there it no thing which eould be rayed*! frcm ,m>. nitwn towards another. from out foarnment towards aanW, from one gentleman touaraa ano her, ikai u? have n< done or offered to do ia ord>r to affo d reparation lo ike CtiUad Su ft for any offer**.. hu~<eocr unintentional >rn our ei?f, ukieh th> y can evneeue has tom committed. (H?%r.) y lord', tho lae: re-patch that waa writ en en th e subject, which waa a 'csumc o' the ?h >le matter in anrw,r to the lug d'epa ebo* Mr. da-ey eaa hardiy yet have reached the I'naed testes; and therefore upon the qaeelian at the recruitment 1 umexMedlngly auxioas not to ihf nsy more at present. Hut. at far at I Kane teen alls to after tain what art Me impr<ttions u n. h tkal de spatch has produced in Mil country. I tkink tke gen-rat ?purr, ion it, that u* hare c/fertd a complete tain faction to tke govt rr,mini <j ike I'nuni Motel. and tne only thing wh ch we certainly bnve not done has been to recall Mr. Cramp lot and the ecrsuia baaau?e we do not think tbey have merited that oeneora and that paanhnea'. (Cieere.) Tbt re would have been no (.hone-mieg on the part of her Mejetty'? G >v? nmea', If we had teen reasouto aopt a eontrary oiuree, or no hest'a'l n to deal eev?raly win any agent w. o should *o far have lorgotlea hi* duty aad heen acraircfal of his u-et uc'ions as to vitiate the laws of >hs Ceiled Sta'es. but being oeaviaeed that ibat bad not been doc a. tied having U> our poisesaion tbe means of proving to the Pitted State# that it was not d re, I tkink nthotly wiU require of ut to lacrifus our agents and to purchase a conciliation wilA ike United Salt! ly doing that which would U tslh shabby and dtilhon? oralk. (Cbre a ) M lib r<gird to tbe Central Aaaerican questtoa, your iordefcipe knew what were tbe terms of ihs Cliyton Bulver treaty. 1 ttink it iinpoeiible that lacgaig* eccid be m 're clear or mora pt>ei-e la iie meaning than the lanpcnge tmployed Id that instrument. (Bear, hear.) The treaty eeis forth that there ihoa d not be Ln future any oclmiration, any oeiupatlou. any fortifying or itieng'beuiig of p'atee not al e icy in tun MNMl n cf atiber conn ry. 1 do not see how mere san be two in ferprtta'ione of its terms. It was in'endad for a eoeclio objee*?fi at. the cur racii n of acuial, and then Its maintenance free 'or the nee of the world, probib i.rgany ?tc rachment cn tbe part of th? fntted S'A'es aad (l-ear Britain, which were tbe contracting and guaruu"mag parties, hu' ail Its p-ovidors w re prospes irs. and there Is certainly nothing in It wb'ch rn-lies that we were to give up Hcudcras and Fuatan or to evicuate cr alter our politico in aty reeprc' from what it was be'ore tbe c-roJalien cf 'he treatj. It is iicp-esiile that the ve.-y ahie man. Sir Hfnry Btlwer, whi n>gotiatsd ths tre?'y on th? patt of lireat Britain. couM bare .ak-n up>m him telf. witbeut Ititrao'JoDB? tvea without tbe knowledge of bis g vcrntrent?to abandon %-y poriin of B i:isn teirttory o- British intereria; and so f?r from baring <one azythiig cf that sort, be mace a strirg-ct previa >, Ubicb was ackucwledged by Mr. C ay'or, Uat ths treaty abould cot toncb B nduras, or affeot any cf its depeo reo'iee. (H?sr ) Wuen M-. Ha-.haoan etaie over to this country ?e tesrd f >r tbe tirst time that there war an entirely rew interpret,attna to be put npoo he treaty. It was no iotge- tj be rxihet upon as a piuspec'tre a'r&sgesfct, bat one ft the ev-? nation if tbe British terryo j and ten were told that we tic to blaxe, ao'i were th* e:us?_l wiq -lit fay tf a qntrrel Mtriei the two couitrfe- bit ? if irri a ten and cotp'aln? oa tbe patt of thi Uutrd Stae* b temft f*daot MfW* wr'c.w) tt.nte of the treaty ry ? ** <*? *? 'r ' J "J po.??.eea !? Oo?l VbB* tu tie pfr'ect trr n-tiat fba. ?** the -r . t 1 bad h?e-d fb h an iEte.-f.refaM >n pi? up a tr?K y -U-1 hie B,^;ry :l era ^ no *?V up itte*r>retation tf the tren y, wau'd be the fa; *" 11 " , to ptmoe between wwitvy In 1 i .lanaAdsd that we hat no "t-h w P?* ? i" i Si wS,>?> ;? ?" JiV*?, iiflcatce ia Ifca- p%rt?f tb# w-rW, toa* wtw^re p? fee<it ??*?? fo ?x> euc* etgAg*?*?1* J* ,2alt iaVf*v the* V-lt?d fiates. an"* *TPn 001 oca ** 'T? fatfty me 1-??*" va' it ?it theref- re kiT? (heaT) op n that evOvh, y a , ' .,,lwvU,. ,_ j. ? us who wa* -tailed in to wwsw, i-^s s^r^ir - tor eonte.pla ed by tb. w.^ouM wTSmttt Jo J. which on.frre amwteoonjd prcpwe to another, and 'o ...? tnwtSj dent ffCT.rein.Bt would saomr. (Coeere ) r here ore n-c nosed?wtat is by no mease uac memo n ?n-a oaaee LJat the matter mould be referred to *rbt r*tion. To tbar prcpow.1, 171??: tber.W s>. b ? qu.s ioo atM l do not -;.v ?? troi fc-tb.r. becacei I am convinced b**, wnen tie tu-jtc' really comes to be oineideted in the I nited ? a^-wt.n tb. P 'b'.lc op ti 'n of that eountry is brought to bear nn~n it a- upon all other po !ri?al quw tits a-when tee Atr.r ?n people are Ei-C ?ci"'' wlh our a-surarcf-s a. to t.rirg ootfeei-e to ex end oar ter.iter* or our irfluenoe to 'antral Anerfct, and as w ear itctr. wieh to ?r into engagement. *u. to satisfy ?T?ry ren*ecebe tnao, our o fer of 'aeoommtxia'inn will not b* **'C^t0 r cVJ, tear.) 1 o?'T Xo '?* e 0 *' lii r ^ fct?-o with the great**' rs i''at'?on froa: to-' u ible L tiI, ?? .a fax b tf.r jn 'g. of tb--. that amoBg a 1 ciasf*. m tie JSa.?^-b?. ?Uj ?.It mot: frl.i-dly f?<.irg?ttrt"is .U? oonatry^. ay l les <l tut statement wi b *fce g es **t ea.te e?u-e br certain public men iu "b. t.oato and in -x>u r<= ?ty e.rtt.n oflSe altee ?*b?reb*T. b.eo Lid ?rd p?rf( :*.'t ahica, If bold #nt ion. b> aay n*?mberoftb'? Honw-not to ?T any "et Z'?X t g ax * rntn.nt?would b. ju.My d^oenn^^h ; H , u*- liTcrtip. and tt e oeo,..a -ut of dr-ort-?tha *a ? atd ?-t. tf a man who *?""1 to be two I eJaaUie? ? hoatUitiee. (Che.-. ) Wore -Jba ' , fcear-l w. 'a ptcu i.r tati. ae . n ^io* I ta. trie toy f..Ur.g- ea eUmed by tb? i?*'*-?''1 I am'ticaa eiti7?n? ttsrirda itMeoua.ry 1 h.nk the p-cpl. Ottbel'u ?<lr.*t?s em have no doubt ol tre eieUnes o. Umiarf ei?? here <H ar ) I be! e*e th.xe never hae'ter It txg'and f-J hoatil. '??Vai ^ *t"d,\t'r> ' Cni'el btaer and, not -i b anftng -b? eluui. thai.lav. appeared on toe hotnon -h. rr.annc^r ?v, wlh 1?. m crnl inert and Cen'ral Am.nsan puefclitma bars been tre? to hy .be r*M of tra' e un-, h.. nradneed n> -an'.r no )&? irg? r-'iicg of .me w? h..? i 4?a- "n*. - 1 1 be ; -v. that the peop'e of EogUnd are as inx-ie a. the o bll lord can ^ 7f all bi-puw. ahonld be br tgbt to *n end 1 osn *",a;^-ae ;"T,v.. % fi- te i d.feade up -a m', tney sr.a'l be broufh. t> an end. (r.b#"rs ) Noibiog sbs.1) be ? i a.4 ,4 >... Vti.s^T'a <rn*6 flTO?n~ to WOg t? VaSTS* TlE <3JA?eJ rwmftoHvL^noMB ! r J ' ?t.?d !ho*?kor d/v 'A? i/r- ??'? ' ?V,H 1'L ' fl* our daff.r-r, c in fccU/ an hour / can only *ry thaf I ?? ; i ;c mttl him J?r kal on so n uUind half -v*y UU-ctn iht :?./ " unUia. IA tavigj. a-d \ ^ ?y, I,-rd 1'A.NM' Rr-Tbe no?. earl who .ntrodoaea tb ? euVJeet totn. notice ot your Icrdahip. d v.d.d W. al i dr.:. int.. **o part*. H? fl:?t ep k. of t ., Mt bv 'li. c tuntry w.tb referent" to helnitel - i ji Amerlaa. ?nd tn.o add-?..i hi n??b ^ woicb be had jUosd on'.he pap*" t . LVr .Vu I fret of th se points, X? has omfu ans?e ?1 by my n A. friend behiccm*, and toe duty now d*\JlT" ?n ?!,h ' iiatioe a few remark* on In. second part ot ni p sen, ?hi h r.Vod to th. *roop? H.r Mej.s ? ? ? ?'xntn-ot bad recently thought it deairaol. to -end to tne No. .b Aaerioaa prcvin J*. Bat before doing eo tn# ;lte-ts at on:, to stat# that thi* ?tep has ...ti .'?k-,n isith do whatever to overt ^rnts.po^yto wiicu ms noble f.iend (Urd K ginl ha. alluded, wulsh po.Uy was n,ire particularly referred toby my uohi. ineodbe I^dm. ashaving oven pnr.ued by .uec-iv.-MXetarirs, aa l to .its the obj-jtot H?r hajeats i< got trot mcai- rtc Is to adhere. ( iear, h?sr.) 1 to eta ? that It did .-em sipeci-nt 'o the g ve.-nm-nt to add to the force at pr..en mine American pro ? inees atd that not on coJoaiai hot on imse- al groua.-; h^t f max be here permitted to-vy trior nob.e l.-leal cat'l inftTth. Migg.rattC acc ante wh,eo hajr. oeea .IveV r f .he amount of th. fore *eot to Oanada were hard,p the gro,.ad cb wfl.oa n. ?bet'he P dcv of several years |.s-l wai aicuioioi ? ver'-u.-ne in?em j:"u *s ce in gV lu? Us latf'er of troop Met n n.cfioin .he X-\Q id to fiv* itft'ni*a*# AO'* a*y n*'e C0B J Ler Me -s.J ? tieet, out in theu-aal aicD..erbj -h-trtn I ,tte Of tie firi seh navy. The po cy parius. m Cana-la of ia'.e year* is simply '-his, Poriaeriy eat - " to n.a.taio in tee B: Ish Nor h A aer.cau j ace' a considerable body of troop", "hi b did n.. co.y all the Kili.ary in the eoioniea. bu. also ad tae p*>Hce cu ies that we ? lov< lv?d in the maintenance of -a" I public peace. 1* rdrai* that the is n?'. a duty io wr.ieh the British army ougV to be em p'.ojtd. 1 ma.n aio *na bi'h at home and avroad pu.-i. >e (,? the Btifisu a:my in higher and m .re'lis . ttan if '.astl!*<l io th? mere adjuiunuatiin of no,lee du'y, and it la Sn toUowtng out this aoe,tr;oe that 1 we hare thought it right to concentrate in B-iJeh America a body of trnope which ?h?U hi .xarc eed m military duties, and which .hslleh;e?y garn??a the ? nortant town of Quebec and one or two ot-.e' *?a.i c . . ts.ra the troou* will p-?seot ta (iimjle o! Qvira-y eoroarion to^TpTp'. cf rauad. and th. cc 'itia, which th?y a .Ldy^mi?? mnreaed mo-, al e -o V.-m ..u I re Jive from eoidler- under-the e;mmau4 ? aeh a man m H'r W * vre a know e?lge of mill ary mivjni-ot* wonb w l he -rJ ceV-Mhe grea'e.. atvaotAg- lf at a.v .in. they ara uafor'una'.lv cahed on to fcteod their hear b aid aliare (Hear, hear.) But what, af e' ?J- I" ?he irreat increase ef troops which we p.-op-*e >? '*'1 Briiieu Amerital- We pr ??* to seol at th's mo meot five regimMite ; ?be utm-^t *- ??< b o each -sgiceot will be eight hant-ed m-n a id ^ >. uite .-oseiii'e they may be edhc.d un^ 'ba- num ber. These are to be spread ornr ."??( a er.d New Brunewiek. but et.eflf gatner -si toffher In garrison* la Qs,?beeaBl i.eli ax la It'JZ apeear* by a return I hold -n m, o.e ?*. f ,? u < a..? la am unted tj The fsree a. tuls ? u-'udlng the five r.gtm-ot* 'o which ' ha?e setsned will be oclr 4 000. and U caa nardiy beeald watAe nomher of troope ?f e-mt U eiiher t^U m vs damp Use mfTfi? <* tAp ggtousei# on Ue ona bamfl, or era*a the but ilim in tkt breast of in m. tlble eitiaa 111 <H Obitod ButM ?? th* otha*. /|nt, brni) l'i stow haw for Ike poltey advocated ay th* noble ?u ha< been berried oat, 1 m; observe tbu tkw* is beidty ooe piineipto he bu laid darn Unt baa not been iln nt fn'lj rarrwd into execution. In tbe first Ptaca, i h" mi l'?ij f roe of tb* country hu boon gath ered and c re unrated upon the pointa to which a? node t lend h s* r, fined. A provincial mid tin bu bbta formed, id, to i great *x?.*nt. organised and drilled aid i* 11 w efficiently at work tor the porweee for which ? we* ereatea. Then thia eouatry to (tead o biirging hi me the mateital which tt bed collects.: from the various coknict, hai madw aver a rut emoaat of inppUee to tha ealontal ro vertmenfa. an an reMuigawt to Una to take into their cvs bead the defence of their own lend; ??d if we have a briga'e of the Britieb army assembled la that eoui try , it is for nethleg more then aa eneoaresemrnt to the Unwltn to nndertake for themselves their own defease. ahcald each ever beeooee neocmry, and ta show them that re are prepared, ia the event of war aaoar ring, to u*e cwrj effort in oar power to defend a colony ttat will not. 1 trust, eon be Mpareted from ity oooa try. (H>er ) It u. io my opinion, aaecesary the we tioulo maintain In Canada end the otoer colonies a body iftiooje, who should be aceoetomed bith to foretgu ead col nielnrvioe. Ooe of th? moot ure al leeeone that can be ta parted to onr eotoiere i> to teach them how to lerve abroad? to let th? to see other countries, to learn the art of war iktre?*o accustom tbeui to traaaport hy tea and find, and in tbi* way to soquhe ail the dntlee belonging t" tbiir pr ft??KE. (Bra*.) Aw oce of the advantage! of tb? cohniee of this oooct-y la that you have aa oppor tunity tf seoctig cut troop* to them, to enable them to ree tbe operations of oar arm*, end to teap them to rater in<o tbe icviee tf the mother o sun try with imdi Ewscsdxe.l. (fi*er.) I cannot omit tbla opportunity ? f alud ng to the cep latrreet Oaandn bae taben in 'be war io which we bae# been eegaged. No part ef bar hejmty'H dominions at h ma showed a deeper later e*t ir taerueecM cf he* Ksj-stt's arms. Not lese than ?40,?10 came lion the Ncrtb American proviaeee to te ieve tbe digress reared by the war, besides what era rent from lower Canada to onr a Ilea, for, not forrettl-r ibsir origin, tbe inhabitants of that prcviae* aent ?10.400 to Fratoe. (Bear) lean arsure try u.bls friend that itienotibe in (ntton of bar Mrjerty'a govern me at to i**?r*? tt* policy we he<e been pursuing, and '-hat the force *ent to Canada la for tmpi rial purpurea, ooupled with thoie advtn'.agvs to tbr eoicalee to which 1 have already adve-ted. 1 believe that tbr arm* of fcogtund will not br nird for mere police parprsee ia Oarrdt. Jt will be urrd to garrison the rxtenrire and Teloibie f.r trrrr cf Qutbeo, wbiih monnts etx-ut 100 gaae, and where tber* are now, 1 believe only 100 artillery in -n to tske mre or tb* guns and ammunition. This force baa a to been ?ent cat in orcer to torm a nucleus *or taa: po.'ticn o'tbe Briiirha my which i* stationed in Canada, aid to ?!*?>,c meas* for that ia*t*ae ion In :be -iuuea of br'gare which the Bntuh army *> much requires, rod which will, 1 trnet, b* provided f. r hy alt future govern meots. larl fiRKY expressed bis gratificutKntVa1. tbenibleearl (E g'n) bed e.iciied the expisnati n which had beea given by the nible Secretary for Foreign AfTUri. Lie (Sirl Grey) tbonght tbatexp aoation we-absolutely necessary, fcr te deemed it moet important *.ta' the oouotrr should clearly nnderstsnd tbe extent and oij-dt* of that ioo.-*a?e of force in cor Nnrth American coitmee, w i'h a* tbe* had jva'ot from th*newspaper*, was no* atMg slaoe He attached tbe u moat Importance to tbe exp'aaatton which bad IwtD given upon bo;h tbe grounds sta nd by bis noils friend. Be eon vi vert that auy oepnrtnre i'Oui the policy which had b?en aeied npoa iot a eoisideranle number of ysais tv this eouniry, of recoclrs tbe oha-g* for aoloaial gerr'sous, would have toe wor?t rff-ct upon :ne interests of the mrtter country and iheotlcties He thought a'so it wss s iJ mere zrportent, at tee present moaerr, th,' an ?e?n ate* should hegivrn?a* he iras'ed tbey aught c in ?ider it bad b?en gireo?that the merra-e of fj-es had n? refereaoe waa'ever toaty recent.d'eeuaai a with the Dei. t?d tf a es ("Hesr " fr>.nn hord FaEmure ) In hidopinim, this was the rno-e tersfssry, beMii'se ou hslas oro&nioa wb?n 'hi* scbj-ct vm di-cusnec the nolle 4e,re*-?ry for War use." a somewhat unhappy phras* in siyicg th?t the force which had been ten*, to Co.oad4 was not intended for "sggreBsivo pnrpote'." No one supposed the Baited S a'e* wa* io be fnvaded by in army of iO,OCO men; but cot siderahle alarm would have oeto *xei ed in his loiao, af er ihe recent duxueriom with Amerioa. if he had been informcc that ihe lnaretM of faros t?d any reie. enw to either igsreseive or defensive pu-potes. I; seemed to blm, h' wev-r, qui e iaipcaeiale thet ths dir;n??im with the l'i! id States could lead to any serious recul'.s. Ke bad beard with greit pleasure io',uy ol the obser Ttik'i a of the noble cecre ary for AfTiirs. H certain!y tnougut that, in tae Bret an-tanee, IJer ha j?sty'/< govsromeit oi-emi'ted a gre.,1 error *< h reei to etlUment fo the Pnltai Btat, .i. Bjiliinot rS* low ii wis pctoibie that d.ploma'di se.-va ?> of t*ie Biiii-h crown c mid be employed in ?r y naucsr witlj reer>ace to reccui log iu North Anvrira. wi.hcut af rrcclrg Mme jur'a-ulcn for the s.'mpiaio's ihn, h,d Fetn Eaiie by rue Un'od Hrate11 g.ver'jtnioi. lie '-toug it if iho r:oret<lis,,n c.\ Mr. Caarpt u aou r?e B.-i.tsh O.n ?\ L* tad ei'ufiL d t? nttiiog ha< ?rj. the ? c k? A. tho 3.iti n g t e't-set tc i?is# a i-ireo f;r ihu rius'iiu war In the tlriruh pn viiti tis of N"or:h America, Uiat i ve, ,i tbe u most precen'iSE bad been ^ken. rtill siren a ine? lore vi u d tav? bee virtnxJ.y an iu'rac I n ot tie iav? of ?n? l'nl'?d 4fj?t* . fcr d an in'.ingciisat of ifcf nirn'ra liiy fiitse Stance Hc*ic"? whai eonld hsv* basn 'i,e rasll rex i ed in this o< nni:y if tho Knciaj iqnap d< r ai i the Pu Uo Cjost. a in Frnsaia bad boeu ailusad to sprear inn rmatfen that i Eiaediaia.y h yoa t tha froa 'ier of Prcsiiaa ilep t had u%o. op'-aea. at wultbary perarne whr e>u d Cod their way fr.M Fru-s'.i oraid ? etlisted in the Ruesian terricejanl that w*a a ease which seemed to bfm to ciffor rery s ightly from what bad been at.emuted by onr ageuis in tha Unfted rtates. He alsi thnagV. tha*, a', the accvnerce mentif the difcnssiop, the tone of tb# despatches ot tir lf?j?s'y's government wm not io cnciliatory ns it ought to have been. In bis cjbci >n the maaier in which tbe maxim t'Cti-ifas carter eit" *u anitsd aid, in tid. toe whole t ne of the despatches, was an*' Uiog but concilia ory to the I'nited fc'istee. He was howsver, harpy to Bid Oiat the ia'estdespatch of the to Me earl (Caresdon) was written in a very different pptrit, hnd ne eimld But b?j icve that there wii eTeo the p f*ibi.ity cf a quarre. wrth tbe Uni ed 5*tes. With re gard to the Central Aae*ican que*.I n, he agreed with tbe neb'e earl (5'g:s) that the itterrsts of ho.h pirtle* were of the m at trivial deserip ioo; and, provided tbe n?'local hosor was main'ained. he oelieved nohidv in this e< untry cared fr-r anytuiog else. He strongly no-* proved the proposal that tne nvesttonB in dispute should be referred fo arbitration. Conriderfng that every day Ike c'vti'sed world was declaring itwcif mo'? and more geierally io favor of tbe principle of arbi raliow, nsd itat thrre war a gt e;?l cuccnrrenes in reprobating tie C'Ddact o' cations or tf statesmen, who, rejec irg tnai neans of arrivtcg at a pacifii solution of Citpufes, wonU! pi urge Ibvo tbe drsad'ul at*-na tive of war, he cu'd no' l-slieve that from the trnirperj question* re atirg to C-ntral .Imerlra any real dsrger cn.d arise. He trus'ed and h?iieved tnat there ve e io properts of anythieg like war; but he ye: tcecgh: !t was ot tb* utmost iuptr'ance tnat an asau r*r?e sh' n.d he given hat che i?- aieu of t: x?pi to tbe hork Americau pr hndr.j re'sreuc* "ha ever to tne ijcutajy dispatse which cil occur el. Is was no fortuxntelj the me' that r.mocg higu epirtted cation*, wb?a c 'smro* were aocpud by ore party on the ground ihe*. hey were preean i^oary t d-f?as:vf, fio.Ua- mea , _ g-cuod of quar 161 ^5ii t||? UTfet lL.?lkD(e, t-htr? TaS gi?Bt flABge' ^ks.. the dread'm --alamitie* if w*r w'gus eof-ue. Piev brew the eff-c: pr?-tuctd upon 'he Unitsd su>s ty the Treasures which her M>;esty'e gov eenmtnt acopt'd in the mcn'h ot Vivemer .?ft. Tee pa;*rs ta.d bsfire Coig e'S c ctaineil a d-fpa ch frfca Wr. B:sh*u?n to the S?crsttry "t*'e f r the T'u!'*d f'ates, ,p which he aii. ha:^ gr-at jra.iiry *id a?erai Wiuld be i xci'ed in the l ted - a ei oy she. int:mx'.f n 'ha: the British g v-rrrr.ent were airut'o .icre*?r taeir Bftval f.rcs iu tee Hee-erc bttr-'ipttre, and 'i?r anew inat this ft ?]? iig ed the Coig.eei U, vol j a very Inge sum of mine* | for ex'eaditg the t av.l fo*ce cf tie Uattsxl ?|-jitew. Ht war ie -caded, a:ie? the g>cd fet e? o' th) two govern mecs icier,->r?ed, and unless tbe rente -cy to a in una1 lc-risfe of ?.ttrnrfcu!fl ??>, ebe-ked, cat?ersu It war f ti-iifi ne;m%tejy aveitel, of wunh he tus d nsti.le to steak too cm^cen-ly if toe process of arming jn;e be g?E--iu?iiy of tie tvi.e, and n-ushcf She expe eeofwar, ! would be incurred, and st-tng f?ed. gs of ooe illty wou'd j be excitid ke'ween thetsrn oortn'.rie,. He thooght tier j | fore, ha: the sxp aua-ion whi h ais cob'.e fri-nd had ell | cited from her Nf;-sty'f g-.vtrnmentwis mas', foiporbact aid te trusted ikey were eo i lei to a-eume that the g vernmect did not Intend a y deviation 'roa th* poll y of redocicg tbe collet ia! gai.-lsuns. and that the Itspat.b of loops to Canada had no re'erenee, even he ujj*t cU tant, to the difference* wh.cb had uniortena'e y ocrui red with the I'mtsd d'a'e". The moti u wae then sg-?ed to. Proposition to Send a Iptrlnt Ajs^mui ir to tkc United SlaUt. [From the Leaden Time*, V!o.t 27 ] The state of Centra) America, disordered and miserable as i h?s ie-n 'or lorce .irre appears to* to be b coning doubly cntiMl; at least, It there it ao> f unlctioa for thi rep rt bat dke I LiV-C .-'teles g r*;mnt is aboui to re nigcir* Geo. Walker, huek an act wcuid justly roure the j?al' ?at of oar own g iterament, tor the profound okj?ct of Wal'tr'a career, and tnat wuich game aim the sjmpacby cf ttoao in tba lotted rial*. wro swaps-use with tim. Is, In cue word, anorxatioe. Re is pnr fir ward by bis friends as tha 'rsgeueraU ? of Central Aine ? ic? ? jt ccur'e. in ce tecs# at introducing a permanent t'rited statee influence ibero. 1 rdei ihe-e circumstances ws most a-ain prose tb# satjeot of arbitration. Wnat m-'kes the Arnsri-an go mvuMBt ao ave ee to arbitra l' n r Any common sense ptrson w ul<* e?y imaed lately (bat th e *u the p-oper way ?t H't'lil the Oat**! Anier'ecn dispq ? H*re aee two Cot allies differing as lo the tn e-p-e a?1ja of a treaty. After arguing through a eoneldt rab!# inm'ier o' sta-?r.)?n?s, letters, and memorandums. ther i ?nL,it c .roe t a c nelcslon, Argument, then, bat failed t" pr-oduis ?gr? im?r.'; tu'. we eapreea ourselwee reacy lo aubra't to ar'itranoo. The American government, at least ?? re preeented by Mr. Buchanan, does not appear equally ready. ? ? e ? * * ? But a.'htlratfn f* too ftunmaj'/aj<J s*r?fg-, rf -wvd a more of eeit tag a ctsp.te to p.?s?e a'l dipigma lets. Tj' ie w?s a daiger. we pre'Uire, ibat tbs tw . go*e?n u < o'r would be loo aocn friends again, an' that a e nee tii nt il'.'Je interna nrnal quarrel, upon irei;b American ean politicians have b?en depeudieg for str?og h*n'ug their party ro?l 1' n at home, would be t'K> imnedrttely rw?r. Is t or Is Itnri th?e*se that an A eeriesn M Uls ter romes to ht? sbort diplomatic eojeurn a:i',.-ig as with nor# w lees oi in intent!in to male as nu-.l or it as he ren end extre it as t.urh party st.-sr.gth out tf It fir bliL??lt ss possible on kl* re'urn to the scene of fl-unes-ie putties ' Has be or bas be not th-ougbout his s'ar hee an ese to bis own tmprowad position a unmemien be fcse i?f us? ff 1 e has, wnat so c nreoteat as a li fie Is ? nailor at quarrel, which ean exhibit hno t? tie Ame i>en public as the champion of American rights a id 1he ouprcent of British aggression ? I'pon such a pl%t ' rm he can rats* a considerable pie ans< .n t<> lafloeice, Imp- - cnce. and ( Wi re?ivsotbe highest offle?~a'. b"mi; atu it is his ows fault if he does not. It is not his 'one i r. then to stifle and r.ip in the bad an cocaniiTn of In ismati' ral bicksrir g. No- be rhonlo gen'ly ios er the rlsugc. pole, gen'ady eheit lie strength, carefully su pertoiend in growth, and 1m the MUM Ugiaettt it baa ? blftM, )| ? |? (inMtiMikH hf.M ^5If<Uj *" J0601*?1"6 **** profwd drtJaa Mot^T^n^r Ik. v. * ????*?*?* ???* from OM 8'4U 1o k#T *? ?????aa.dor ia proper!/ W| ShMT^rC^K*Mao,rtlw Wtwwa "??Ow*ry wbJeb reeds ud the oountry which receives him www ^!*^hU ,h? >* .t*l>,t ?>OTKlio? to Sir iimnr WorttolX c>ctan, ad runtimdum rnpubiicct h , r >x. ?_ . ?f P0Mdoa w? urgent, and aa Ameiioan Minister's ita; bar# ia short. * ' fPfom the I.ndiw Times. May 20 1 ^ dotrtaaa quest)-n inmuMa noath a* month wt*h' each interchange of oommniucationa between the two K,7.7-m!f."' ' "r"e '?rtou'- ? enxTua. amore "feet. The apprehensions ol to day become the certain lea of tomorrow; an 1 claim a the existence frJIa *VM h*v* **?? anticipated, are one ?j m!?t 5 tW" 1 n*^y aeeme aa it demande on one ?? *5? J^nr bnd reached their at i!1 "" 1-1 to ^fSSny-?.? D^Tr

sSs sgf'isi? ??"bjeat nation which retained any m? of ^ and seh-reapeet oould poaalbly give no. We have tha snareptlbUitiee of it hl^ti bJ <??}?* ?-i'y "bat wa had a right to do?that ??, by ss.ailiah'xg a rao-Tiiiinf station in on* o vn oolnv on the front er of the Uoltei Sta ea Taw United BtatM Ind? ,f*cs'TJhe P'octeding. we desist from it, *??. * ?P?k*je The ground to shifted. We are toli w t feuded agtina' the sovereign righto of tae republic.^ We ?;?c aim the in'ention Then the recall tL'r tkm.'t "il1 epnanJe to demanded, on the ground V baT# directly infringed Ams-icen law. Wa re . f -he ^eouaation rests en tvMeuoe utterly on mr'.hj t? ' Ukat* ** '? 0kn be tUDatan'iUtd by W' W,Un?t f*u 40 punUh thedeUu* Bere the matter remains f ir tba praam*., and, aa far aa we art on cert. ad. we tear be.a it must remain, for u>e an wiagine nofurth* nmassion which ctn be male with ? W tt, .uoi dit'jrac. Wt tannotj^ th?sake cf an* object houerer tmpertanU tarntih the national chardclr bo lorn fnxUimp ouritlwt to ayroit and d liUraU injustice?no in jurtieenot palliated by the of Sm frthoe ant a? r"B,th honw, thengh miatnkm eonvirtlonl hut die ..tea eoisly by toar?tne meanest of pasaiona though the moat powerful of motiyea. if the lUoMter for Affa.ra h parauaded that Mr. Cramp ton ha* aofar thtTdl'/f. 'h? C'd?ra ?f hia government and dhiregarded e !n.^ -il ^'T;*. n ^to,ioUt* tb? '?wa of a Ciendly e, aa.jy, we o~gb. to read no menaeea, no eipjatula i juh r cm tte giremment of the o.untry io argrtewi in o" n?d ^proper paniahooent on him and ( jue. and raatonahle aa'lefaoiion to them, by him imnndiaraly from the aitnatimi ha haa n?*_TUD I7 "hlch he has insulted, bat ir, cn tbeothej hand, we are aahifiad that no sash aunutinn t UrJv^w^thi**1, ?yid?oce on which It raita la oV iteft. M'v mm of nonorand gosUemin emphatically denyiag the charge aifinitely ootweigheo the endence of th'juaande of inch wi neaaM ?a Hem and Stroteil, It would be unpardoned m^T neea and ntlrerable trjcklisg, utterly nnwor'hy ol a oountry wbi.h prefc^ea8' to prtxa jaluw and honor above ail thicga, and to rubmit to anTaacrl fice rathir than betray har aervanta or be'ie her am Ailniater or her Cjaaula at tne dic ta .ion of a foiefgn Power. We have apcljgizsd for the faults we hive committed. We have temperately and fauly point! d cut the v>rthleaane?a ot the proof of other fauita, tha ecmmUakn cf which we deny, and for which reparation. This we ba?r cone, but we can oo no more. The Queen cf England offered to the United S a'ea an th reparations one *'*,m?y oandiily and fa r)y make to another bti. this nati'n will nevtr suffer the poem re of its eove rs gn to be changed from , ne of o^ial and enndid wnm,l iP *.a atu'Q<e of mforeei bumUityandun ZlV-!' lti' na lon wooW exact a heayy accour t .rem any goTernment which it should think has STS tJtt'S!???Sm"' **- " WMh'liVt^u'dC.0,^7 timll4.r %p?]y 10 0Uf ?IW?renee n.J . . V. tespeetlog Cratral America Jn l j^ouay we have yo untarily as a-ed ibtfia thftt have no ibteotioxi whatever of n^tk irg -or .ggrandia-ment or ex enslon of territoM m wlat quarter. W? oifler in tiie iieterprerA!ioo cf a trea'r ard fiaxa rejeatcdJj offered to enbmit that trea^i to ?ha arhi traticnofan, friendly Power. MorTian^i, we wn " do, unitee, in order to avoid coliirior, .re ,n rcn'er ou own inftr, relation of tie treaty and g'nbrnit tooni whl"8 wo kacw reyer to ht va oeen enctnn pie sc by ou-Psni 1 Fnii c*ri o! ?tu 1 wli more'fo w ^ ; Ur.Lted baies to m.nsidor wh*t U will ru ^ fv*fh?r ozi rhv fii **] <j' thara u , ? ,?*]?!a ? 'r? rcaahce -? taat the in to, m, affairs of thr Laior b ve airivadac a puct wnica renders i"a:y Ui a?. k i j f< re'gu ?ir a dlysrsiuo from d rirwat'c ffflco-d. Bnch wi.d aud dan^roae o un if r"",'?7 t!l4 r": aalAlton from ihe spl it i C 'h- r*?t frat- atlau'ij c^na.unl:j vtw w's om a?.d f i-inca It ban leen 'o wrirg fro? patoa eonnue3i? w U:ab!" th4n ^ ever been ? talpoj by .he most furewnui war. flis ory affiroM W"nI',ohB ??P??arfp'ed iracliioa o r>1 hw aig?d th*? on to pray..fee an ntM?nut.] ,rn?!*r wet,t?r ir-mmnnlae^; auttbit a ,? n .v? a '#r vUhaaothar aMeast itacocai *" ^ f*'*?ou-ccft which are aaceaaarj for n U^.rt su^ 7lon' ' .vV 11'bt coaL*ry, so far fro? ctTe tiga.y prcyoca on. .. fxhaucjrg tv ry txreeUnt to a*?r.. ihe thrsa-. 1 ? v V aa iBi'?uo0 o'oondact wh'eb we do o.?. wish to character-re further to o bw th? I nB,fo**on?U*kiV8t?'*,'y B"T"?.'|l?d in htMnry. L-i cs for cnee, we trust wtucu' arrogsace ventoro t? I 52Gr.r 'TLn 'X%mp>l to :h" Lb1 ^ r> one a.? r?? 1 ?? TbI /? mli%t^D- W'lea f?>e dispute with LX. T.? v b .0r'r?n TtrrUcry toaeuaue reel r lorn list,a preteasioce, and reiloasiy to coiip-ontie se n.Ml'i?C\1' l?e Uo Breat B itoin* I aetnsted by her riceere desire to ps an and to eo I l^ n rg * ''",e ?f ?ff.ire, waived all c?re?rnTp't t]] ??:^e*.s, selectod that pe.-sca whom shew ? If^fed ITCfit llcClf %0 b9 ICf^fetlb'A tO Ihn fffiVAfiirnmif pfeopla of th? Unit#d t'UMg, and atrct nlm oat iritn povtrs to a-rangcthe dU pate on terms lc?^.,ie to I !y' pkit:,s Ih" ?t>en?nre compistsly sueceece.1 and Ue d.cger ?f war wis at Is art for th. timTsy-rti Why ih<*Jd net Jit Untied Stout adaj,t a similar expedient ntu\ and either tend to Lorutim a special PlenipnteLtiaru ZZ*a> !)?r'?ni?7 '^Lu1th /uli amicably to tt7Wix%Qit the avp *U: Lord fe'riii says that Mr if^rw *io Lord CtotnrloQ oooid oettia tha matter ia half ao a-lrai tbUb'- UfcaBl*T ,hM J0'* ^ld ne how the neg ni i "f *? viS* P*"0*?" *f- the Confsrensw of r.^T. !^r? iMpatthed withou* difficulty by Bentinck ^ ifr* """y " *ppi* tr??- w? bkv? tried diplo M,m'P?neVM **'h Ddlff*;'nt snccese; why brttti' * lrj pfrK>na! "tercjurss will not moeeed The Effect In England of the Reception of Fum*r Vljll. [From tie London Pott (semi-official), May 30. e * * * * * ? ? But while tit Cabinet cf Washington Is temporising, for i?ki< us we.i known to itstlt, CTcflta in C;n.r j Amen, ce kie :a>ld j progree-itg. The critical sitaa'iin io ?bich WJkex t'.coJ. a* the <;atc of the la'nt Intelligeuce '.tit tia? tjik.'ter, hay tailed io-tb pub ic expresgUcr cf synpatby 111 v&iicns dtie* of he Union, and It was eon hdei-.lj rumored th?t it ras Tie inten.ian of President P.e'ce *o rvcigulze 'he present N.cwnguin gavsrnmsnt. of whseh tikt edeenru-e/ is virtu*Jy ibe b*id. We sin ee-ely t-net that thle ir not 'be ctse. W?eonnof hiU think thai ruth a proaedir.y, 01 the part of the Untied Stdta. uould ha it a fruit unfavcrable ejf'tt t? L'arrix, end rsf ial'.j <n public Jethng in thii oount^. No rte conli in ennoeretacd the true feelitg and tie imritab ?'tealt of each a procvecing. Toe tec gni'.ion o: W& k?r ie hut enother came lor rnnexattoo, ay those who oo* da mo: for it wed know. Bat would LcgUud? W' aid F a;ce loik on in tiience atthie fresh tru nph of deiurc.acy ? Coo'd they, as arbiters tf thedeetlnle"and ctBfatva'o.a of the peore ot the Oid World, permit so gross a T-.oIaticn cf. lnteiaa ioral justice in he New? Are they wlllii g *o subscribe to the doetrin* of tin ineivtnti n through -at 'he length and bread h of the Ails icst. continent1' It is because we believe th?y are mt, that we regard wl'i nnenioese the future pi h cy of IrsBfoent Pirrce; and this fve'irg is not ditnin saed tv the 'as: that ths reply of the Bri ish goverimeut tr hie unreascnehie demands regarding tte vniiaimett question maet be by this time In his hands. The Ametlrnn Shipping In the Tyne WHOLESALE DESERTION Or SEAMEN?GREAT INCON VENIENCE TO MAS TEH K? DEFECTS IN THE MARI TIME LAW? FIFTE COLORED SEAMEN RCN OFF. [Correspondence of London l imes.; Shields, May CT, 1855. A* the present time there ire a e ndderable n.imbsr o' ii'ge United Sates merchant vessels in the Tjne tstirg in coals, but, as 'here is no treaty between this c< cn ty and the Utittd Statei f >T the restoration of run away seamen, many of the masters of thise v. sse's are ?offering the greatest inconveiisnee through the men Raving -heir vessels and j lining British vessels. In fart, s<rae large vessels are lying in ?h'eid?' harbor, ready for esa, with only lonr or Ave hands on board. Fil'een mai t?r* of these ven e's. aeooc.pat.ied by the inspectors of the r'.ver poli e, and Mr Herbert Davis, the American Vioe Consul at.Vewes st e cn Tyre,bave mad* application to the Mayor aLd a agi-tra e* iu North Shields io solicit the as efs'anee of the police to restore the men to their doty. At the interview the masters stated that since their ves sels have come uto the harbir it has seen impossible to metntain discifline among the men: they go cnsio e when they thuk proper aDd retnrn whsa they think pr per and are in a complete state of tntoieordlnetion; they winced to know whether '.he magistrates w .old ad ju'Moa'e in cases cf (nrobordlnation, and allow 'he poiioe to prevent or-nips invelg tug ,he1r men from the vessels io employment in Britis i sl ips, as wages were higher in '.he Tyne thin in the Americas ee vioe. The Mayer, Cip'fln LinskM, rrp led, that as no treaty exis'e. be t-i etn Li gland ind the United H alee, ar between Kng!?*id end meet European countries, for the resiora i n of run a?ay seamen, the authorities on the Tyne bad so powe to oidsr lb' police to ioterfere witb the seamen, either iu ca.n aming discipline or in restorleg them to their t?iie ' V they ran away, solorgas they <jid not make t hern elves amenable to toe law of England. British owre*s. be said, suffered most eevsrely when their ves ts s touched at Ameiieaa porls by the seamen being In ducer* to desert wholesale, and in s im? instance <h* eiptatns ot the vessels so deserted had been obliged to [nil hlfh as ?15 a month t-> sssroen to bring baoa the v l*el* to Kr g and. He knew that the Marine Iiepartment o' the Board of Trade in this country was ar sinus that th* Ameiissn grvernment ehrold place the marine of that country upon the same terms of reeiprocltv with F.'.glird, wi'h rrgnd to teamen, aa the prineipe maritiKe ftatesof Europe, and he suggeitsd 'hat t?e vice eosiul i t Neweer le should make out a detailed ac count cf he inconvenient position of American 'ip'sius vi It it g Bf Itteb p rte, and remit It to ths governtneo'. *t Was' .rg'rn. An American matter mtde a somewhat lit,per i-eiit ol?e:v.,ti'n to the bench witb respect to c i oied torn, atd asked 1' the property o' the An.erlcan owners wis not to be protested In British ports? Ths Fayr replied, Uat tbe men were eogigeu by a civil eonirect, and tbat jest cn..h an anionut of dlscipiics oor.13 ts* nsrr-sed tova'ds the m?n while In a British aortas viae c< mpa'ibte wi'h the lews of tbii conntry. Colored m?n and white men were alike in Engienl; they ?fs a." ?fi?i"y Use and enoal as woe ?? tnsy came w -bin ih?e jntlsi.le'lon of onr liws. Ab n 60 men have run away ft-"* Uifii TMstts, a great number of them are oeiered wea. Tkc CmiIIUm of Il?ly. [TrMD tte lx'aooo Mom, Mm 28 ] Italy tea indeed a ti*)a to tte dum of an uol >r lunate eoomtrw. The fetal gilt of boon'/, and tte a .ill moro fetal lift of genius In her people, disunited fro an dU'.I sal wboom and moral firmness, have laid bar at the fact of foreign despots, who bare always been able to plead, us an epoirgr for tyranny. the excesses wbi sh bar sucje tare committed, and which no eympa'.hUerH are able to deiy. fbe wrongs of thia unhappy people have been the tbeioe ol declamation In Europe daring tb? lifetime of this generation. The Urmgioes of Vienna, wbieh gave to oontlaental Europe 1< a present divisions of territory and political lnatttutiona, baa been aaratled not only by ro nnhliaena bnt by all men earnest for morality and olrl Diatlon. chiefly because ft paroelled out a o las tic land aid a highly gifted race ot ncen among the tributaries of a military empire. In France or England tbere it baroly to be found a man who tote not wish 111 to the canes of Italian independence. Yet, whenever a Clseussi m ariasa tba friend ot Italy la liable to be cheeked by objections wbieh are only too well fouidsd. Ha may dwell on the Ans rlan domination at Milan, tbe Austrian occupation in tte Lrga' i'na, ibe vassalage of Tu< cany, the degrading dependence ot tbe Pope, tbe atrocities sanctions I by tbe Neapolitan can art 11a, and a?k If aueb tblogs can be sane dot ed by Divine law or ibsnld he permitted by men; but tbe defender of Experor and Tope assumes tbe ebarao'.er cf a practical man, aed asks, What would reu substitute ? Troe 'h?re is now mi liary ?ppreitxm tut even that is belter than anarchy- fru v tbere la dstp^'iiagovernment, but even deepottrm la better than no government at a'l. True there U the rule of the pries', but even be Isaaoremeretfu' Uau the betdof a secret aocte.y Tree, there In the paver of the heyo^e; bnt even too bayonet ti preferable to the potnard Tbe Italian la an a-tawlu and what can yon eiptct of aaaaiaia- f Statesmen office's, judges, cee'ealartler have perished by the vengeanoe of the italan democracy. Can such a democracy be fit to rule ? Prtofn ere ready of ail that no asserts, for, while the sxeetres cf soldiery and police are veiled ia mystery, every delinquency of their opponents iaehronlaied in offi cial newspapers and commented on by the despatches of dip'omallste. Yot that aueb crimes may be fairly im puted to a fanatical few among the Iallan liberals can not be denied, and ibe whole bedy (hares in tbe disgrace which misguded members hays brought upon It. A latter by an eminent Italian on too subject of politi cs) ataeeoinsticn will be found elsewhere. M Meain is ore of those highminded men to whom the revolutions of 1848 gave an opportunity for tbe display of talents and virtual which unfortunately eould not command sue oess. Use many others, hie name may have passed away from the memory of the mass of mankind, wh'le It fa trtasmed by the community who eight years since en trusted to him its destinies for gocd or evil. Ho It was who defended Venio*. Against the whole force of the Austrian empire bo struggled during several months. In that peri id he preserved order in the be sit god eity. and aomisistered at a terrible crisis the affairs of its inhabit ants. Hs snowed a vigor and ability which won at that time tbe admiration ot the world and were n>t fains de p?ndtnton soccers and tbe praise of the historian, he night now bo famous. Such ss be ia, be still Dreservea tbe teutm of hia countryman, and be has nobly oome forward to denounce the greatest of tbeir vires. Wo know that even in this free eountry It requires no little courage to tell a community of its faults; we may, then, judge of tbe moral firmness of a man who denounces a practice which few Italians indeed would venture opealy to f e'end, but which numbers are ready to connive at if directed against three who oppress and insult them. ''Xbeieis one greatenemy," savsM. Mania, '-which tbe national pnr'y must combat without rest or pause, as without mercy; ibis great enemy of Italy is the doctrine of polit'cal assassination, or, in other terms the theory of the poinard." Such a doot: iue we ennoot Imagine to bo defended ry reasoning. Its practice can at best be apol> gited for as the outburst of vengeance in gloomy and brooding minds, ss a hateful crime, the natural result of oppression b come intclerable. But tbe writer reminds us tba' it has been, and probably still is, defended by a class of casuists. Molicoe and Esc bor were not wanting in theories which justified assassination for a good pur P"fe, as they justified lying, theft, end rebellion. But such teachings the Italian pa trill should leave to the varped intt Ueots of the Couicb against which Ita lian liberty struggles. Every man of honor and morali ty in Europe rej eta sueb a doctrine, and blushes for tho e wh > even in moments of derperation would adopt Its conclusions. M. Manin toils bis e juotrymen that this is net an Italian but a world wide question, and, it oven In I aly highminded men are obliged to forego the alliance ot a party which consents to such enormities, much r:-u e are the for lings of foreign nations alienated from 'be l a iau eanse by incidents whiob from time to time ?r? rued* known. Toe Irue friends of tbe eause, says be writer, "will rever answer to the appeal on '.ess the rational party separate twelt solemnly, absolutely, sad lmvesiMy trrm the srssselns." That these stroci ies are not confined to odc side?nay, that tka majority are committed br the partisans of tbe Fnperor and the piles s- i# ur doubteily t-ne; but that the jibsral party is blameless it would be useless to as w rt. Tbe Italians have b-en so long oppressed that It is net wonderful they should have contrasted some of the vices of slaves. Priva e revenge is tbe resource of those ?h? have no hope of legal redress or political change. Bui bow that a fairer d?r is dawning for Italy it is time ibat tbe accursed ptactce should eease altoge.her. Al ready an Ita'lan State has played a great part oa the work's stage, its Independence and 11 serty are under the gnartlan hip of powerful allies, and in its journals the wurnlig of this Italian patriot will be given to the whole rase of bis eoontrymen. Now that Lombariy and Tus cany, Rome and Naples, have before them the spectacle of sr I'ailnn people ruifrg ;ttel( wisely and mtog.log no by la tbe afialrs of Europe, they will, we trust, know be iter than to resort to practices which ean only pro ling '.heir own misfortunes. The nations who have foight and conquered in tbe oauee of liberty must ohoose heir allies among men actuated by a lofty purpose; aud the high aim* of Itaiisn patriotism will be beet rbown by oeof net whiob win give no triumph to enemies and no pretext for neutrality In lukewarm friends. The Czar at Wei ss is . A letter from Warsaw, dated Friday, May 23, gives tbe tcbowing account of tbe arrival of tbe Czar in tba*. elty : Bis Majesty tbe Emperor Alexander II. arrived here jeftr ay at 11 o'eloek at night. From an early hour be elty bad been in a state of excitement, the large pro porikn of foreigners now staying here contributing not a ktle to 'be movement in tbe streets and public pUeee. At nine o'clock at night tba news of bis Majesty's ap prraeb was brought by a courier, and a*, once the Ulu mlratica of tbe city commenced, proceeding with the otmoet rapidity. Tbe bridge, the Cracovie feuoiurg aud the ?a.k which leads to tbe Belvedere Palace, at whiob hie Majesty was to stop, was one path of light. Wax candles Innumerable, lamps. Chinese lanterns, transpa rencies with tbe Imperial cipher or allegorioal designs, burned at tbe fronts cf all the buildings. Under tbese lights presiec an lament e crowd, which passed to and fro between tte barriers and the superb viaduct which unites ?he city to tbe banks of tbe Vtsiula and tbe Belvedere Palace. Huzzse. and cries cf "Vive l'Empereur!" uttered by tboutacd* of voices, talu'ed tbe sovereign when, after wo hours o' expectation, to appeared in a light travel ing carriage, accompanied only by bis aide-decamp, Court Aielberg M nister of the Imperial House. Tue brother of the latter, General Adeiberg. also an aide-de camp of tbe Emperor, followed in another carriage wl.h tbe uyal physician, M. Enocuine. Tue Emperor, who evidently was iu the ecj >yment of per'ect heahh, bowed with emotion, and appealed exjeed mely p>a?ed with his isoeptiin. On arriving at the palace, bit' majesty was receive! by Prince Gortcu&k ff smituoded by foreign envoys, civil and nl i ary notabilities of I'oianc. and the . igoest d'gai taries of the empire. In tola brilliant staff we noticed Prince de lucbtensteio, atd de camp to the Emperor of Austria. General Groebeu, Commander of the Prusfiea Guards; General Grey, Aid-decamp to Prince Albert; Priree lUiri de 1 ig-. e, envoy from tbe King ot the Bel gians <t-. Ice Eaiperor, after tbe fi :st presentations, received tbe Prirse L'eutenant of tue kingdom in special auditors, and ibea rc'ired Into bis apartments to rest after the extreme fetigue of his long j >uruev. At noon to day bis m? jfsty, icrompauied br 'a numer ous coritgt, vUitsa tbe Greek cathedral. The Arcabishop Arsete, who relurnad yes'erday fr m Ivaog>rod, wbsre be performed 'hs funeral rites at tbe burial of the Priu c?es i'atkiewl'cb, received the m'march at tbe doors of the church at the head of bis clergy, and ofTorel him brrai and salt, with the apss'.olic bentdic'.ion Toe lun peror was present a*, a short liturgy, and then visits 1 the citadel, and insptc ed seme regiments Of infantry. Huftctf, IiO.vDon Mc.yey Markbt?Fridat E vexing, May 30,? The chief moD< tary event during the pert week nan oeea the red no'ion yesterday afternoon by the bank directors of their alnlmum rate ot disc sunt from 6 to 6 per cat, a proceeding unexpected, and accounted for on the sup p fi'ion that, owing to the lower term at which money war obtainable in I-cm Bard atreet and elaewuere, the bai,k wa* obtaining no business at ite 6 per cant charge. The money market, prior to this reduction, wan charac terised increase t ease, and there appeared to be, generally, a greater degree of e nfldence prevailing than had been manifested for a long time past. Thia lm j.ri wed state of things has been followedby by a considerable advance la the value of most descriptions of pub Lie aeeurtes, and by renewed activity In busi ness, orders from the c nn'ry being numerous end toler ably exteaaive. Discounts were readily obtainable on good paper at 6X per cent in I/ombard street; exceptional cases ocou-red of lower rates being required. Specie continues to arrive both from Australia and the United S:a'?s. The imports up to this date since last Sa'uriay have amounted to ?240,000, while the exports have, so far as can be ascertained, been almcst nil A large proportion of last week's Imports have been pur chased by the back ; the balance is still In private bancs, but the den and from the Bank of France is for the pre sent suspended. The Board of returns fir the month of A, ?I again present rem-"'able evidences of the get ral ac Jv ? ty'f trade. Li declared value of cur atipments, a cclt parisirn with 0 e corresponding men h of last yea; shown an *rc ease of ?1,338,962 in April, 1850. the re'urn from the Bank of England for the week ending the 14.h of May gives the following results, when compare! with the prtv.ous week;? Public deposits ?3,636,203 Incneeee....?613 24? Otbsr deposits 11 472,481 IHtcreese.... 878 016 Best 3.261,703 lccreane 10,8U On the atber side of tee account: Government securities, ?12,470,416 Unchanged. ("her seeurltlei 15,277,146 Decrease ,1,383,766 Noes onempltyed.... 6,081.960 Increase. .1,976,285 The amenm of ao'es in circulation Is $19,331,916, be irg a decrease of $106,126, and the stock of bullia t in both departments la ?10 56r,804. showing an increase of ?766,944 whea compared with the preceding return. in the eaily part of the week the bullion maiket was very quiet. and priees of bar eilvir and Mexican d liars were quoted lower. The fall haa. however, brought buy ers forward, and the market has been cleared at tae quotations. Spanish doubloons are still inquired for, and w.ula find ready sale at the printed price:? ? f. a. Foreign gold, in bar* (standard) per nr..3 17 0 silver, in bars " ,.0 6 1 C-o'.d ecin?Fortngal pieces " ,.3 17 6 doclloona, Patriot '? ,.3 14 3 <i Spanish " , .1 17 u Napoleons " .,3 ]$ 0 10 guilder pieces. ? ..? ]? 0 Eilvtr coin?Mexican k 8. Amir. dels,. " .0 6 0>? Hpwtlsh pillar dollars ?> . 0 6 lo? The redaction bj tae Dank in the rate of discount ef feeHd tbe pilee of Mscnreties to only a small ex-eat. In (bet, It Is not yst appreciated at ike true Istpor'ance. Previously to its being known, Console w?go much de preesed by the nn'a'lsfaetury eondiMon of our relations wi h the United States, he dsD*'* In the Seie*e being i regarded *h peruiiarly ho?tl e to this country, fhsy opened far the tth Juue a* 9") t? Oft1,', but this uneasy feeling enured them to dee ins repi 1/ to 94ft sellers. They were at this or ice when tne Btnk broker officially announced tbe redoo'loa In the rn e ot c'lsnant; ana an improvement followed to 06, wtilth was not main tained, tbe final quoiatun oe'ng 04ft to 96. Fo* tbe 10th July the closing nffoe w?? 95ft to 95 ft Tht Bsrip of tbe new loan left <'ff at 2ft .. to 2ft i. p.em. Three per cent reduced, 93ft, 93ft, 93ft. New three pea eenta, 94ft, 94ft. Long annuities, enp.T eg U Jaanary. I860 3 3 16 a 3ft; thirty years annnitise, April, 1685. 17ft a 17 3-16. India etoolr, 234ft; do. for account, 236. hx ebsqnerbills, (Marsh,) Is. to 4s. prem.; do., (Jane,) 3e. die. toper. Kxchequer bonds, 98ft to 09. Tj day con sole closed quietly. The following were the closing price:?Consols for aocmnt end money. 04ft a 94ft; Ex chequer bills, 3 discount to 3 prem. To tee and a quar ter per cents, 04ft a 94ft. Foreign tecu-1.Irs bare shown a goed deal of firmness and with the exception of Turkish, which closed about ftd. lower, remained uaaffoeted by tbe decline In consols yesterday. A genersl Improvement, consequent upon a largely In creased demand, end a fuller supp'y ot money, took place in tbe value ot railway securities prior to tbe decline in consols, and all the other markets were buoyant with an increased amount cf hu-lness. On Thursday, however, tbe rell way market also ?ho wee itself very sens! 'Jve npon tbe American ques'i n. Borne of the stocks which have lately been moat in'fhvor deslfnod, upon an average, one half per cent; but alter wards they recovered, and the market el'ied steady, wl b a decidedly better teeliag. The other markets showed much the same teatute. To day marketa are firm, but very little doing. BROWN, 8HIPLBT AND OO.'B CIRCULAR. Liverpool, liny 28, 18*6. We have to report an extreme'y doll aid drooping cot ton market In tbe fbnr days, the sales being only 19,609 bales, wi<h 4 000 to epecnlators and exporters, at a de cline of l-16d. a ftd. per tb. on the above q notations. Trade in Manchester is qnist and slightly In flavor of buyers. The corn market Is dull at a dsclins cf 2d. ner bnshst in wheat. Flour and In'.lan corn slow of sale, and the above ratee barely maintained. [RICHARDSON, 8PKNCB & OO.'fl CIRCULAR. Liverpool, Msy 30. 1850. The arrivals this week eonsi it of oply 63.024 bushels corn, 2,806 barrels flonr fr m tb* cta'es. 4,000 bags Moor from Valparaiso, 1,190 quarter* wheat, 5,837 sacks flour from Spain, 4,364 quarters wheat, 302 sacks fl mr from tbe Mediterrean, and 936 quar ers wheat from India. Farmers deliveries ot wheat for tb* week ending last 8atnrday ate 112.286 quar ners, at 60s. 2a., against 110, 379 quarters, at 76s. ltd in tbe corresponding week of last year. Daring the Inst ten days the weetner has been remarkably One, and the growing crops have made rapid progress. Under this influence the grain trade has ruled dull, and at Tuesdays market wheat sold only to the most liu i'.ed extent, at abon- low rates for line samples, and nt a reduction of 2d. per 701be. on inferior qualities. Flour was also a slow sale, and rather easier to bay. Indian corn?for yellow and mixed, there were buyers at 28a., but holders generally asked 2s. 6d , which ehecked sales; welie was dull, and Is. per quarter cheaper. To-day's market was almost a holiday one. Toe bnsi uses done in wheat was ttifllrg, at Tuesday's prices. In flour, no transactions of any onsequsace, and prices wers tbe turn in favor of buyers. Indian corn, ycllo v and mixed, without obang*, and dull: white a little firmer, but seles small, at 28b. fid. to 29s. for New Or leans, and 29;. to 29o. 0'. for Northern. We quote Wheat, red, 9s to 10s.; white, 9s. 9d. to 10s. 103. per 70 lb. Fiour, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Oaio, 34a. 61. to 35s. fid.; Western, 32s. to 34s. psr bbl. Beep continues quiet, and Ijw rate* are still accepted for secondary quel ties. The arrivals here notwith standing the reported short packing of last year, are in excess of lest year up to tbe same date. Porl.? None on tbe market. Bxoon ?At Thursday's suction sole there was a large attendance of country dealers, who bcught 2,000 boxes at very fall rates, say, short, boneless, 65s. ta57a; abort, rib in, 64s. fid. to 66?.; Iocg, boneless, 64s. to 66?.: long, rib in, 63s. fid. to 66s, bd.; Cumberland cut, 63s. to 66s. Laju> closes rather fltmer, at 63s. fid. to 64s. 64. per ewt. for good reinlrg quality, up to 66s. for very fine. Tallow.?Dull for ordinary qualities, but fine North American Is steady at 48s. Robin.?Slow, and priees irregu'ar, ranging from is. 6d. to 4s. Id. ^aleit, a tout 2,000 barrels. Baiui.?Philadelphia offered at lie. 6d. to arrive, bat no buyers. Cotton has been very dull all the week, and, being free ly offered, a reduc len of 110.*. to ftd. per ;b. has had to he submitted to on ordinary and Inferior qualltiee. To day. however, the greater ease in tbe money market has rathtr steadied tbe trade, and, with a alight improve ment ot d etc and, prices have about recovered what they lost early In ihe week. In Manchester business is still ' dull. Middling Orleans, flftd ; Mobile and Uplands, 6 1 lfid. per lb. Yesterday tbe Bank of England reduce! their minimum rate of Interest to fiv e per cent. P. B Mat 31.? No change in grain or provision mar kets. Lard firm. C rttou ?A more general demand, and the decline of the eurly part of the weak regained. Pro bahie sale today, 8,100 to 10,000 bales. BARING BROTHER & CO.'S CIRCULAR. IxiNDOR, May 30?6 t. M. Business has been Interrupted this week by tb* cele bration of the return of peaee, and la the eolonial and foreign produce markets there is little of no interest to ? report. Money bra became more abundant; tbe Bank of Et gland yesterday reduoed their minimum rate of dis count to 6 per eent. Consols leave off 94ft a 94ft Cor money, 96ft n 96ft for the account. Dollar . 6*. Id. Rar elver, 6s. Id. American eagles, 76*. 4<fta 76a. 2ftd. American stocks remain without business, or marked variation In priees. Coebtncal quiet?83 bagi only part sold. Teneriffe sil vers , 3s. fid. a 3s. 10d.;biack, 3m. 93. a 4s. 3d. Hoadurae black, good and very Ine bold, 6s. 4d. a 0*. Cotton?2,600 bale* Bold at a dtclloe ol ftd. a ftd. per lb. At Liverpool, tb* demand continues moderate; mid ding Orleans quoted 6ftd. Sales for the week, 40 000 bales. Cornx?320 casks, 170 barrels, and 190 bags planta tion Ceylon at auollon pert y sold from 68?. for fine ordi nary to 62?. for low mlcdliog, with middling from02a. fid. a 63k., and bold, very colory, train 67s. 6d. a 72s. Native Ceylon quiet at 60s. a Ms. Corn.?There was a good supply of English wheat at Monday's market, the fire qua'Lies of which sold slowly at about Is. decline from tbe or ices of the previous Mon day, the inferior descriptions being very diffl:nlt of sa'e. For foreign wheat aid fl-mr the demand was very limited, lest week's average quotation for English wheat was 60s. 2d. on 112,285 quarters returned. To-day there was vary Uttle dolrg, end quotations ait unchanged. White Ame rican wheat 68s. a 72s.. and red 64s. a C8s. per quarter. Amerioan flour, 32*. a 36*. per barrel. ? *wi Iron.?The market for Weiih fa quiet; we qnote rail* ?8 a ?8 5s.; bars, ?8 a ?8 2*. 63., free on board la Wales. Scotch pigs stead/ at 77s. lor mixed No*. on the ?> Clyde. Lisseed.?A fair business has been done on .be spot; 48s a 62d , according toqualiiy, for Cklentta, and 64m. Bombay. Lard without change. Western, in barrels and tierces, 54s. a 67s. | Oils.?U<b full. Sperm heavy, at ?115 a ?116, owing to iscent arrivals being la ge Oivoflat, at previoas pi Ices. Linseed steady, at 31h. Od. a 4it. Cocoat nut, 87s I'd. a,'8s. Palm, c 7s. a 38?. Rim ?609 puncheons sold at fnll prieei. Leeward Island, 2*. Id. a 2s. 2s.; E?et India, 2e. Id ?pfof. The p-esnnt strck is 22,249 puncheon* and 6.665 hhis. of all kinds against 16,769 puuoheons and 4,367 hhd*. same time time lest year. Rick ?The tommoner kinds of Bengal have been la de mand for export, and on the spot upwards of 20,000 bag* bsvs changed hands at 8e. a 8s. 3d. for cargo, and 9*. fid. a lis, fid. for middling to gocd white, bsiog 3d. a 6d. dearer; 1,000 tons cargo Bengal, afl-wt, now landing, sold at 8s. a 8s. 8d ; and a floating cargo of 460 tons Moul in ein at 9s. fid., for the eon'.inen*. 8a lttetrt very flat, and again lower. 1,327 bege Ben gtl at auction were withdrawn for want of buyers, and privately only 600 begs have changed hands; 11 per eent refrae'ion at 30*., and line 2ft psr oent at 31*. fid. Stock, 4,83? tons against 10,233 last year, 4,768 In 1864, ana 3,022 in 1853. f-'ncEf.?70 barrels Jamaica ginger realised 42s. a 66s. for ordinary to small, ana 168 osgs damaged Atrioan 19s. fid. a 24*. fid. 93 bags pimento sold steadily at 4ftd. a 4ftd. for good ordinary to middling. Spelter?Steady at ?23.16s. on ibe spot. Sugar has been in busU demand, and prices are rather desrer. The rales of West India are 3,290 hhds., and 12.000 begs Mauritius and Eaet India nt anetion nearly all sold, in some instances at fid. advance. No public sales of foreign, and the only transactions by private eon tract are three cargoes of Htvana, afloat1,000 boxes No. 18, insaredin Hamburg, at 60s. for St. Petersburg: 2,600 boxes No. 16, insured f. p. a., at 33e. fid. for Trieste; and 6,100 boxes No. 11, for Brlttol. at a pries kept secret, but supposed t J be about 20s. By tbs last amounts from St. Petersburg It is reported that Ro. 32 is offered for white Havana, R ?s. 34 a 36 being asked, which to an advance of 2 a 3 rouble' per pood. Tallow Is steady, at 46s. 9d. for Y. C., on the spot, and 4fle. fid. for end of year. Tea.?There Is rather a better fooling in the market, witkout any change iu priees. Common Congou 9?L a 9ftd. per lb. Tin.?English steady: common Mocks, 133s.; bare, 134?.' refined, 140a; straits, i87a.; bancs, 139e. Rim from A oat rail*. GOLD YIELD AND COST PRIOR?THB BAVRR AND OTHER MARKETS?HEALTH OP MISS CATHKRINB BATBS?IBB LABOR DEMAND. By way of England we have news from Australia, datel t Sydney, Mar oh 1, and by way of Panama we Rare ad i ices np to the 11th of the nme month. The following i* the latest report:?There seem to be eome dieeneeion going on about the right of the publio to mine on private property. A man tiok out. In t iree week*, at a place named Gphir diggings, 406 on. 12 dwt*. of gold. Gold remains at ?3 10*. a ?3 If*. 6d. per ounce. Fine flour 1* quoted at ?29 per ton, eeoond do. at ?27, Halifax at ?31. The wool market has been a little dull. The miners seem to be doing a fair badness, and pro visions are selling at low prices. Tbe Cornwall Chronicle of February 20, lays:?We re gret to inform our readers that the delieate state of Misa Catharine Hayes' health rendered it for a time unsertalo whether she would favor us with another concert. We have the pbasure of stating that MIse Hayes will give another and last concert on Friday truing next. The diggings in the new French settlement at New Caledonia are not proeperous, the nalvee being very tronblesi me. The outer? about distress some eight or nine necntha ego, so much exaggerated at the time, ha* deterred la borers and mechanics from emigrating. I-abor is now beooEiinr scarce, aud building has risen forty per cent, mi alio have rrad contrasts. Tbe eolony ooald absorb CO,060 people a year without any deolice in tbe eoadilion of the working classes. Dip.d from fiRiEK.?The Hageratown (Md.) %rchliyht published, a few weak* ago, sn aesoant of the loss and itarvatum of two children in Union townsklp, Bed'oid county. Pa. Nmoe then tbe metber of these Children has followed them to the spirit land, having 4teJ from excessive grief, and tbe father in lying in a very prllioRlWni&tfcw.