Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 12, 1856, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 12, 1856 Page 2
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?rut My suCored. The theofiee pel i irwtrd on Uv.s 8til?- ! ft* l are ?o virniB, an 1 Often contradictory, UuU, the MccmI; ?? fooie ?tightened miud of a strictly praott character ta deeply folk The Emperor to bout upon makmg iW work om ot the abiding glories of his reign. Mm the ta*k us a uifBrult one. The favorite theory ia ?bat these flood* are oati-ed by the inroads madu upon il? uiuantaai lorosts by Uie pressing waul of fuel. It 14 alleged that the now, formerly preserved by these ?ori-tUi until ihry slowly trickled down into tlx1 rivers, now ?nds uo such shelter, and at the nr-a ika* mIiim* away in Irigbtlul muMos from Mh mountain bed, an <1, ribbing to ?tie river, causes this teartul overflow of 'is bank*. Also ?hat the decay of those lore* la prevents the water from fceuig absorbed and detained lor vegetation purposes. It aeems. however, a fact that when all these forests existed In their full vastnuss and grandeur, inundation* were equally frequent aud equally destructive. it is <mly ne ee*aar> to rea<l the descriptions of Gaul, by CsMtr and Men, to be convinced that alien leresM covered uoarly ?w? thirds of the territory of France the 'oourge was equally felt. Hainault. Hand us and the tiouionnai.1 were snbmergod. Parts iteeif was surrounded with swampe, and Bordeaux repixsod on a oiarsh at the mouth of Uie Garonne, surrounded by maisberi, plague and fever, it ?1 argued, therefore, thai to adopt the remedy of re planting the mountain Ibresta ta twitter land and other nounum district* would be lusullieieiil; and a general Mpmk.11 prevails Uiat some enormous plan of floodgates, brought to bear aMber ou Uie princi|ial stream or iu tri bowk*, will be the only means of preventing those Wrobwtible Hoods wtiii li periodically ravage the territory. To this might be added gig?oUc basins, to receive too sorptux waters after heavy rsitui or the melting of snow. Hot such schemes are ol? a nature to demand extraordi nary taiuits, and these, it is behaved M. Paleoecapn poetesses The Municipal Council of Nantes bave pun based Uie ?M palace of Uie Dukes 01' Brittany for the future resi dence of the ini|>erial prinon. Your readers wtH remember that a few weeks since M. Senear d, the dramatic author. produced at the Odeoa a oo?edy, entiUed '-la Bourse,'' which created great inte rest from its severely the mania for speculating ?o the iuichauge? the absorbing vice of the day. The ttnperor, about ten days ago, wrote M. l'ocsard tha :ol lewiiig ktter ? Honsiech ? Tou thought It advisable. alVr .he i.rgt repre Matatton of "La Bourse," to withdraw from ike felicitations ml Che public and from mine. The presentation of a copy of wew new work now gives Me in opportunity oi congrai'i Cik you. whuh I do most willingly, for J have been re...!y happy to hear you denoting and combat with all the author 'y ef your t.. lest, and under the inspiration of the most nobbs ?entimenis, the deplorable m.inia of the day. I shall . there - fcre, peruse your piece with the same pleasure" that ( exue staucd at Lis ii.-?t pei ioi trunc-. Persevere, Monsieur, in wat path of morality t?i wt h your su<v>'st< bluds you. but which a, perhaps, too rare 1) oliowed on the stac ?? tho ^.'h ii is wor lliyol authors dcstni' d. like yourself, to cLjoy a >j[>'at repttta ttso. Beltcvc me, in ail my kiBd ? .sh"s, N VrOLKO.V. Cardinal Patrizzl yesterday morning was present in the nknpel of the ljLtur.Ms. at a grand meeting of :he uem kers of all the conferences of St. Vincent d<' i'aul in Pan*. The splendid rtlujuary of m.i^sive silver, con tain mg the kosly of St. Viucent de Paul, w is uncovered for the 00 a ?tco The total conferences ih every part of the world, ?f St. Vtni ent de Paul, cumber li.Otti. ll>e Bishop of Montreal is on the eve of quitt-ng for hi* utenmve diocess. 1 thoroughly orthodox Roman Catholic priest, the *bt>e Mhfctm, ui a pamphlet, just published in l'aris, *er?)usly n*veraU's the expedience of the Pope's' rnwactng all tfMBic<on at Kome and to Jerusalem, tnere to reside to the ppiritual head of the church. The Abbe "tarts ?M the assertion that the Pope's renunciation of the temporal power .n inevitable, and he seriously doubu wtoether. after such a renunciation, he oould reta.n his ?ptrKual eupremacy at Rome with proper dignity. One *Kf ?ione. be adds*, would oOer every requisite for open Im a new and flourishing apostolic era, and that is Jeru Wtn. The Cardinals, the Abbe admits, might not is We ke change of locality, but he aUlrms that the plan h*3 itrwdy been entertained very tavorably by many Kurt pear governmeiiLs The MimUeur publithed yesterday a double -.heet, in which the tiame of every subscriber to the land for the feWM&t of the inundation vioumi is printed. The sum Mwunts to 29 francs. Our Berlin C'ormpondt i?c* . Bkkhx, June 24, 186*. TV Ocrviwium J 'Jit r-ar t>J Bmua? Return uf the King ? AMrrrieui 'he Kin/) of Ba xirui ? Austrian Thnff !\t Z bit -trim ' acf in Pruiria ? The LHJJkuitu Be mmrr* Stifiaiul and the Vniled SlaUt. After a abort period of bustle and excitement, our city kH relapsed mto its usual Hate of quit and repose which, to Ibe summer months, almost am junta to stagnation. At It* season. A is M tie- .dedly unlfethioiiablc to remu.n IB Berlin aa it Is to be seen In London after August, and whoever baa tbe least claim to figure among tbe "upper tan thousand ' mu.-t betake binnelf u> tome watering fince, wbere tbe Irsau uwnde congregate in quest ot health, ?o ruin it by dissipation, or spend bis superfluous cash in ? tour to Paris, Italy, or tbe Ean. ThU year many are entplatxg an expedition to Moscow, wbere the coro i ct tb? Caar .? txpccted to attract an immen.?o con i of vifdtert; but it will require a pretty long purse to rve with the wealthy Russian nobles who are flocking 0 ibc.r ?a:>ent capital, and who have laid an Mabargo on almost every habitable aook and corner Id K. The Muwortto lan'l lords and hotel keep era are said to a 1c unheard of prices, as they have not bad a coronation for tbe last thirty years, and are determined to make up, by so rare an opportunity Mr spoiling the Egyptians. Lord (Jrannlle, the Araba<?a 4m Extraordinary vf England, has had to pay no less feat 0,000 roubles for a suite of apartment* : bit. in ?pHe of this expenditure, he w'.ll be ecl.pKd by Co int Mercy, who probably thinks him*?lf bound la honor to Id ife,. p . . Kg .nare c Ibe rom of one or two millions wh*b they enabled ti.m to gain * the Bourse, by c< n clndxg peacc. at so lucky a moment. Pr.i.ce Paul E tor hazy. tl.e roprt tentative of Austria, is resolved to di-play MiU great* r magc.fl' ence than he did at the coronation of Queer. Victoria, where he lout quite a fortune m tbe din BHKls that dropped lrom off hit r ch lluugar.aa costume, the Brit b aristocracy are expocv d to muster very Mrocg. ii Germany will be qn.te denuded of prince*? <>r wh? h zoolog < al get us she Is fortunate enough to po e* Mtn.. h t.:.? 1 -j' "men' ? to mur.y of ti.em are haswt mg to klok.ow u> lay thc.r heir.ajc at the fret of the Char wi'.l send the Leir apparent, with one or ?Me cf the > :rgrr si odj of the royal houie. Wurtena hurg and Sn^ ny we to be represented by th?\r Crown Praxes and several t.crtcar. ??v< reigns, including the Grand Dukes of Me. a eel irgHnhwer.n and Oldonhorg; the Dv.kes of Kaa'M, of A f nburg, and oUicri, will at tend Bpr i n* /*rmur. Oa Niturdsy. the re" rued to gaB?cn. i trom ttut gn rtit w ere fee had HiU$We4 bM ?..'ier. the Empress of IhMria after bav g an r.terr ew w tb the Ki ng of IH ?aria at A yttovrg. It ? rerejdion on the part of tbe H t>g nf Wurtontberg was moat cardial, and lie la evidently toofc*d <ip v> ey all it* k* i powerful cuUmmmc* as thc.r esm.ti.ic head. In fa> . tho ntittenoo of Promt* n ?<er wuu>y ?' oer^r wn d^cid'-<l n. ui at prc-ent. 't,e Hsw of Jm> Ate Wiir having :r Dgthet.e.1 !.<tr po-/t.on .rn ??*,??< t wt le Aust-.a ? to. eg ground every day. Tbe hue' pirwer alway ? unpopular, has be?? rei dere<l ab?o Inu-ty ?- !>> the l< .i ordat ar.d the 'pi btg .ry wilt, which w* rarr.' % t ojt, threat t e..)iid? are CMfito are^pd her i? the WeH and in t^ie F.i t. at. fa'r w<^r -r" i>er tu rig to fall OfT frem her with 'f.e .Herring that iodtxiM rat < to desert ? s.nk.i.g -b p. Tuc TouU ful Emperor, a* ? rem the awk ward [W iitVistolllt ne las got hitn'^if .Mo, Is ??nl Uif brnth'r about from ? o?rt to eowt In enrry f?rw wnb the >?<: r.g moLarcbs of Enron*, and to wmove Ok jre dice* generally entertau.ed agnnst Au?trta? po ,i v "Ibe 70 ug man h*> just pa : a viOt *o Rer'ia, wb?-f" he arrived a day or to* Mir* tli<> King's ret irn fhxi -t Jigar It, and was reietvnd by the </-ieen. who )?i hl? *?t. rnal sunt, Betnu ne*r ?? reiate l to tbe royal to?iilr. he will of course, have met w ib all th? MintM aad Wen -h?wn all the tWUties due to di-tmfi h.-d tM tors but if h.? nwney had any political object, it is aot tke.y to bar- >?< en attended w.ili any better #>ie tUu * i* tbe of Pr r.eo Wind a. bgeats. 1'erh.ips even the Kinr. wb? has just granted prrtnU-ioo to the Bemrc IWal A^so< tat>o? to bold a general meeting at Oer tin n.?) bar< uk ti tbe opportunity to rem< o-trate with ha nephew ?? the tr"ttineiit of th? Pro te-^antf la Aim tria ? t . h * a ?,.jra?t breach of the treaty of Vienna, aai'i a direct MvaK u> ttve King ti Pro -la as the protector of the Prot' ?u?it faith in <.?>rmajir. 'JBn would alwe't U.b k ?? nieti r a of the kind aaust ha- e happened, for the Arrbduke mad?- H'it a v?>ry ab<ct star, aad left a^.ua yes lerilaj mortiirt fcr Pre*ien. whert! be la- an^ber ancle to call <?. who i* a gnod Cathobc . and not diep^ed to Und fa*., i w th any mcaeuree ukee la tbe interest <jt Moti^er Birch. ten ? la her pc t.eai maneeurren. A'i*trA arrears ?? be ?n a.iy i.nsix <wart<il m her endeavors to inveigle Prua ma acd the rest of f^rmany into a ^Mm*tci tl nliiancn. W it :b ?- et- nt''-n she ban hron Mducinff I -r tar-.S ' on ntArrably. Border to arpv^h tr-iat of the ir-ilrorien Md pn\? lie way tor bo r ,.ni,r>g U u bod / in wl. n, of onurae, her ?i peTT i oMiation aad roetur eg would ?n lAto fer 'jo oocnj f the tfr?t ptMto. thus s . pUr. ng tb.? et ui try irowi <M pr"#-?t toftaoniinl " sen as leading w?n?>er of tti^ereat coMmer e. uiederat on of ier tr.M y Ac or*|?er>Me bstocle, I w , In her at to. r t.$ aa nhtoK that wwnld rot eniy fl i!tor * ;t ?:? ; ,Te??<??her ni?rests. but at Ihosarr.t ume prat'y her covert tudrod a^ta mi ruas.a. yhe exiswn n of the to on#*'; o, .t >.j*i j n all the \j.-tr.Ji d> T.oonn, wb h ie M '!*?*<?,? to h? >' ?' r?fg Mith o th- "-en 4toe nor f.nan' Uioe?h m-rfinavely ttot* * to prosp- t pre a. i.g .p n the h er ? to ctrodnon a ?m ir ^iteii' A m's i ?> '.I ? ?flWt ?M br> .^bt .a .aet ees ? oe .r. u.e I r is* an n rr.i r?t hut r" er.t?dala?oas ,nar I ?? t?iy, ac tbe MUM th r/ ha, peaed n Bararia, In sj > -f the e<to?te of the cl-rny in 'iror f A .?tria H.'.hcrto ? aw ?sbao-f hap pad an Mt-rt 1 t? ot ,,r ttinier*. and ? ?sgaro end snoff twenty the !er? per : nd ?:tho .go 1 s net toymbnble Ihel tliie rat -m may a itofFt, (%rt'v t. M*< r th" Werman v.?>a ? > r i 'a ? <1 pnn / for fennt *1 view- .i return ?,> the d ,r l bit' y system is ? t if tie ft Ml < n. It toeybe <A nterset yn fi ar renil'-rs '? h?!nf 'me^ ib%' the foveri.t-'-r,' of ibe ,?rfei i.r , rep-! ? t,M >? ,%t > "a rond nees to enter nto a i'*aty rt ? o- .- r ? *ad ?nv>gat>oii ?* 'li T'r.ies a ind the ZnllTemin, the neg ? t'ftns ou wh.i h w II he 0J- n?d ?nbot:f d? ly. c? , ? 4be tre.le H tbA 'wti't; to t!M n*+r Platte has msitt I e-i'-b pr'.i or<? i j v |e ir the % treaty ? rni!nf ti th< H f*ilnded by Ihg'and and I W'l e?ji. '??al y d?iHM e jj i*i-, 'j. y sorer si pa w*.*?d fr9M ilemivirr it % .en'*Aje"? ?f d M- ' ?' vd'?rt. in th.s I) .r- ?r Mtd to serentj !? t?ii"se , it. ?e w? re m'??7 , . tfipoeed of ledt'lr^l pfluW ? s f the 7r\ Irer -n, the ?ett^e > 'y *?" lh pe we-<> # , #? ? ^ bed fr'.m ? ieih pt'" Arstrs j) , ?} tf i? ? it *? r*>. a' d i*? to %nl f>er iM o, ."f h s' in r>* It r t?r ? cf be It ,/!?} i ? r ?v ' ! 'I 'I f" 1 | yl ? ?'' '1 ?! | tb? wsvria arriv'sc it T? rtios Ayroa \r&r, pcrrral of a ?stalk r Maethau those eetei uic Hjo h?i hors ol IhePitciBc. Fro? Havre there arrived n 1W>I. at Kucooe Vv res and MucK % >dro, twenty - 4 ?htp?, partly ladca with <1< rnutn prodiHiioo*. Thee* fact*. wh>cb T quote from tbo < fltcud returns, may serve to show the demand ousting in the Mais of la Plata Cor the man'.ftt.turere cl ji.s country ; and ;t is e"iiiid< ntly anti 'lifted, therefore, that a treaty facilitating the commercial relation* wth thine regiom will open a mil more extensive ir.arket to lUarjn an industry You are probably aware that Pruenu .i authorized by the /?Uverien to uec<>uaw treaties with fore >^n nations u the name ol the whoie union. According to a paper read a few evenings ?feice at too '?otgraf hlcal Society, it seems that the production of bituminoua and anthracite ? al >q the kingdom of Prw ?ia continues 'ncreasing last. During the year 18&S the m nis yielded no l?*s than 40,TV!I.000 ions, 600,000 ton* more than the previous year, and 15.00?.000 more than :n 1S52,) representing a value or upwards of nine teen miHiou tbalers at the pit's mouth. cumber of laborers employed in the production of coal in toe Prus sian monarchy is dated at 60.000, a<,d the prottt to the eouutry on the quantity produced at about nx ai d a half millions of thalers; but, although nearly all tit for indus trial purposes, 1 understand 't is not equal to the English tea c<?l. It is dug id different parts of the country and f course the quality vane? However, it has partially ? upplied the place ot Fnplish :<-al, which was a (freat ad vantage the late severe w.nWir, when none could be got by ?ea. The Prus tans expect, in time, ?o be quite independent of foreign euppites, which they ctrta.c.y will if they go ou at the same rate besides the beneficial effect it will haveoi) the ironworks, which are carried on here to a much greater extent thau ormcrly. I may s* well mention here that the Berlin ideographical Society, though hmtved m iw meats, t> one f the best managed icvtitut ons of ttie kind in Europe, nd it* proceedings are frequently of great interest and -oe untie importance. 't is under the special patronage f Baron Humboldt, and of 'bo celebrated geographer, R;tt/r, who in president of the society. For several year* it has published a m nthly journal, on the piau i ! he French .1 n ftu.'ci da t'iryaga, which. :'rorr. the 1st of next month, will lie edited by Pr. fart Neumann, author of a work on the ' Greeks in ScytLia,' that excited considerable attention both ,u England and Amen.*. Oil i -roMp-ct of the Itfniliy ret ween tkt ixtrd SUtaa and the British government being settled amicably is bailed here with great satisfaction, it having been feared at one time that matters had gone too lar not to end in a rupture. Mr. Pierre and lord Falmerstoo have surpr.W both friends and em mies ? the one by his boldness, the other by his placability, which t is hoped will not t>* ir e ! too severely on your side of the water ? itie inure ?o, as it is very evident that Iouis Napoleon would be happy to set ihc only two free cations in the world by thenars, in order to profit by '.heir dissensions. The convict on that their ? great and magnanimous ally s only lookxg out icr some opportunity to play them a slippery trick, and that a war w th Am* ma would ailord h m uch ah orportemty, has probably cot been without effect upon the conduct of the Butich ministry. THE ANGLO-AWERiCAN DIFFICULTY. ?r# (raapt?DV< Explanation*- Lord Clarrt Ktpflci to Mr. Harcy- Doings In rarHaaeot. We acnes copies of ihe ?'further correspondence" on the subject of the eck-lmew Aiwl the Centra) American (juestions. Ihe following desfiatoti on the former subject was written by Mr. ( tampion aster his arrival mLcndoo, and ir.ay be regarded as iw? ^st ccttr.buuou on 0>o tl'.tuis of the foiled SULlea ? THE ENLISTMENT QUESTION. MR. C HAMPTON TO THE EAUL OF ChAR ENDOS. Loroov, June 19, 1*56. My I.TRP? In compliance with your Lordship's desire, I proceed Jo to you a lew observations in regard to some of tbe*uuomenw made by the fated States gov ernment, in a despatch dated May 27. addressed to Mr. Dallas, bemg the reply sf that government to your Lord fcliip ? note to Mr. Dallas, of the oOth of April laat. upon the subject of the a^'eged recri.iiiuacu for her M^esiy's service in the I'nteJ States. This 1 was unable to do at an ear'ier period, from the fact that to copy of Mr. Marty 's despatch and its aacorn psnyicg documents was rommnicated to me by the United States povorr.ment * :th Mr Marcy's note to me of the '.Jith uH. by wln. h I was informed that, for rea-c>4 that would b? explained to her MajeatyV government th>- President of the L'mted Stales hail come to the deter' mu>at.ob to diicobtinue to* affinal .ntorcourse with me aa her Ma^i-fty s reprosectative. 1 would also rrn*T* that Mr. Mar y's note was not delivered to me in lime to enable me to make . ven the Isct of my l.avicg received it known to your lor4#h'p untirmy recent arrival in th.* country. It is with anfeigncd satisfaction that I observe, frcm Mr. Marcy a d< -patch, that the Cnited states g >vrroment now c*pre>-ea it elf aat.sfied w lb the assurances con toiixd in your lord>bip s desjatih to Mr. Dallas, and that th. ( hart# of having uolaW the m.:ni ipal laws <.f the In i led -tat. ?, ar well as tie goneral prtn pleiof inter national aw, t > r?a :.t;n? within th? I mtory of ,he I n:ted Sia'e-, is no longer .rfcod aga.u-t her Si. iesty'< goverbment as a cause of coB'pla nt. b' 1 1. ih- -aiiffactory result of Mr. Marcy'- '.i*t ><'mmun.< atson. it become- a matter of secondary :ijrt ?t< ? t. . lermiGc :a I. w ur the *.U an J .ateu.ou's of the j>da>iM.,4^ offcots , f i?cj Hi.c :v> go, ?( rti. .vol.: . wlm Me *t .1 the objec ts of il' ectsur. of the government of Uie I ii. led Mat' *. may have I en ai.-iudged or m.trepre I acued. A tacit adm ution of the ;>i*ticc of > ich a en ? re would, no doubt. conreBJ' ctJy dispose of the wiiolo question aa betwetti the two cat ona, while a u> the ti?i uation would tend to prolong < r to revive fteliBg* ofcatucal irr.ut.on, which it is m<.-t desirable tO AVOid. 1 am n,4 ? irprifod. therefore . aUfciugh ! am deeply jajied to obteivc that many |?rsobs. even u. tnia eoun try, are disposed to adopt. wth more or less iialifica lion, the uriavorabe views jutPrward by the I'm ted ! !>Uto- government .n regird to the < oc-lact ot her Ma ;env s Cot* \!i \>w Yor*. I'hiiadei -hia and Cincinnati. Md ot my <)1!, by which tbe whole ol' tlie respoi.?ib *y | tor the b. sor d. r-lai ' w h.' 1, La- n.:ort'iMt?- > ar?eo | L' :?? k "? rt. me l" haaltecn thr wn u'poo us. w.d tea; without ? for icy' xw > r reply on e?r r*rt to thi? tat.on, ai. *. .u p. aera with' a: the ''"?l ,a l'*'' ?Wltm i a a ! . i-.r-i . ma^.. .or plyto | r. . ;?u? .t.i . i <1 the ^aa. : ta ! <!, cot apt rf however tfcst it w d be a mit : : r ? ' '* ? tor v. :j . ... ..t i;..kt ti ? ? '>1 I . .1 . ? " . ? ' ... . , ^ ; r ' ? l" < m tu: r :: ? ff.a* nc that rvon - uj'i i, tl.?t ni" error- r i!g. m' lit'l II ? I. ... . I. . , . vr t te ianl to 1 g' ... ? r .... r ! 1 -i,lo riti' i r ui.| r? .-fc . ?! t<-. ? t. .? t . inli v w e dis { l '+ l to n r .te m< re. ih- .gh they m gbt i "t I ? t I ty l mpuLnh Icsh 01 blame than the uc t. cfci..-U It is jm/rr llu lmprW<>? that I vrntore to oir> r ? r?w rerr-irics to ?(ir Jx>rtl?) p. in regard to ti.e f r^nnaJ ? cc snre which the Pr. te<i PU :<m' |oiern?ett havs cow utought It e*pe.i.ent to up- it- Ma ? sit s Otasu'.s ac<t w-." \ wiu reftroncc to tic part uhrh wo have t.ii-ij in rorttf-rtri^ ih" f her hy r*?t f t* fr.?m the VrmA it* *..! m i~r?otj? ?^.n.>r toe oroM sk?s t u For' ^ Kn <?m? m aci j were ? i.itg ar.d do?, p> ??.rve tiacer th? -.|an'.ard Jr ??rewt Pt ta jj b the then < stating war aga n?t R . -.1%. The prnetple * hicli Mr Mar j p?rsw?a .a a -ptr n<? u, ui *1^ ??' CU, to. gh h" has tbMdooed ?t ?? a tor >.o?t *.i.t ag. i.m t?- Mi e-ty* govrn r"" ? u^b? f'ur*'1 "UMHl D Ur kAT' /'* fc y at hot I and m to th.s er:ert ? ; fL ^ nr. -r* r.- :ht- 1,? tr tgnt to JmS. ~n " m h "*:"r raaW?hy -jit ^'a"? ii. .verr ','r J!Jh* *' *?** 'fc* part"" of eur?rti.g intv _ .,r' ?rv ?rv-,^? ami 'J|< 'tv^r party haa fart..?;i>.i u>. t rr,? e>f sf -a* b.m to ? ;.>r rn rt? ? ^ 6? ? scstri *VoW; m-y I-f'i I - 'ibm t thai tl..? prin. iple oaanit he f*ce??c11?.l with th"*e ira'r.u.i :M by h"r MaW?tv ? co remmaet and that If Mr Marry i. content to w*|ve if ?? abaadfn, b.? view >4 IIk- matter, so far a-< her Maies jy a (Ovsruaebt ? c< t. ?rn< .1, b? unn t ro ??or. ihly rn Uie ag< i.u of that gnvert m nt a under lis m> ?rtKtk.v.' ^ | And >ci tins t? w list Mr Marry ha d"r.e ->.r ! , r?^ro?Iti.^?t agsu ?t tho?e ag< m wiUxv t d.-tir t ' - ?>/. | e\ tdec> e by * 1 h he ?? . t them ?.f a v ou ! UOB of tbe ?-lr.K .psl Uw an ! that hy w!, h i.t to oonvtct ' ho in a vMjUtinn cf ;aw ^ , ? af ( ?? ??? I resent de<|%t,h. fallen mto the -am ?lotfMxl of reason i.g whi. h, a? I have a)r?a.:vr poir.!^j ow. he etnpkr>-tv] in former f?>wim':nrati'" ^-Isuimelr be tiao 'i?nrnauwj ndiiVr-rtly ever , act of tu agents ? her Marty's fovernmetit for sraii t.7 tb< tneetvm nt ' r" '* P^re-ti- ng ,r th>- rn.tod <ut"? a? ?? ' r' :,r*' ***?-.' or a " i h?me ' ' t:.- re' y it,. * r- i i . ,.r ' " ha-g? ari-r?t ' 'r Ma,v.f,- . ' ' ' ? a' ' , ? ? ? *?- . v V''." wh.: . *T,A hi' !L*Jl * ??**<) ' u.*t t?f?r? wbsCb v U ? - . ? ? -r 1 rf b r ' ' t ? . . , ?- ? ' > ?v, : .... .. .. , ? ? .V; t vr. r -n' ? ? ?"*- < .. M , run ? , * ' ? A_ I *r t r~ f ? .c ir.rmr --i.' r -r. vv^; . ? - k"' ? ,r. *" *"? ; <"? "ft. W ? tb. ? I UJ , . . , , ?t, B .k;t . ,* ? wore nr ?Ur i kfa) nr^ * WMIon of the . , r- grtr of theTitol.^ta>e Aa ?o nvitsJ-oss -r y-wsf r crv?r '??rei t/iera w> auytK.jy, #!tyKW;Sr . an* r> th.t ! jr ght V rally have. lo??e so 'or ! sat o .?( rrw w.'h vr M-.rrr that tb? ^W of Vy ,a iur, ft>| ' ' r hi) | '.bit hy a -"fitra t wh oh w<> <* *,>? d?rsu !.?**' fy the a.r? if i*m, be , -o-Jibg. . o,,B ., '.. to S 't i.ann# of lb- >W, M'f. ?SMMUeBtir 'I ,o.f a te^fl r i'hts of t'fiite 1 J am >r t Y?tr\ ?*** *r u. 4e?y to the mtemwa* of ' '* ' ^s'ee the r ght of nterrretast the sm el 'he b2 ? Tr"* re Mar ? ?? aloe? Lm a righl to o'orr/re' the law "ifs\ ae f aotliors-d by m? s ~ jioriw-lhy i? 2V" 8ft. ? w?wh (At I r?*d I.t c nai f in wo "? to s-^'i Tece .11 ?ny cune n w. r>, mv>*t _ ? ?it r ftf npa'itv. >;e wiigt-t he o?s>' ?rofe.i , .* ' ' np f\f? iy? ? tl ?| of Utftf Ai.() fXig ctf I ? a rtulpbui, on the 22i of May , 1866, nays, "1 do sot think uiat the payment of Uie passage from this country of a man who desires t> enlist m a fbreigu port coaaea within thea'-t," and "ui the terms of the oriotei proclamation vhere \8 nt' tiling conflicting with the law* of the United h'tau*." Id the case of the Tinted Slaton vs. Wagner," tr.ed before J udgo Ingersoll, at New York, the judge chart, el the jury i>& tollows ? "Any resident of the United *tatf* bus a right to go to Halifax with the intent to mi u.-t." ft w .11 he ? een that the?e decisions are utter!* at variance * ih the bread pr&cpie laid down in Mr. Marcy 'a di spateh of the :.8ih of liecember, .-ma alhtded to above. If these du'.Mona have keen reversed, tad if ?rthera conflicting wtlh ttiem have been prooooa :ed, 1 can <>uly -ay that I am unacquainted with the thot. liui Mr. Marcy has low produced ? whether for the purpose of sustaining Ui* charge against us ef having violated nternational law or pnncipiee laid down by hiia, but not acquiesced in by her Majesty 's government, or whether to support his charge of a violation of the mum .jvul law. tie does not oiearly statu ? a number of affida vits lately et?'ie by certo.n Pol en, Germans and others, relating principally to real or sopimeed transactions in regard to the corrveyanoo to Halifax of persona who wi.-hcd to join the Hntish army, aud a'.sv *.n regard to the payment of what was considered a fair indemnity to then. !or -he iess or disappointment whiota they stated they Ctd undergone ;n consequence of having been sud denly prevented from carrying out their intention of jo n ?iig the I'nu.-h Foreign legion at Halifax, by an order j-ven by Sir (JanpaJd Le MarcUL ji August luet, '.hat no , more persons were to be le.efWB Into the legion from the T'riited Hi. tea. 1 do not he- itate to avow that I raw no objection to the pnytneui ol such an indemnity ; mid rt woifld llMleed ceem hard that the \ cry measures which were rendered necessary by a faithful and prompt fulfilment of the en gagement of her Majesty's government to that of the United states should ne w be brought forward as a mat ter of iresb accusation against the ag<xita ofherMijes : y 's government. Any person exanuuinf the-e afli'lav its with candor, dis figured an they are wi.h del.b< rate falsehoods, as well as Murders and mistakes ofai! sorts, and influenced by ma lie. >us motives, as 1 shall presently show, may. never theless, easily poroeive that there is nothing ui them m cou'stent v. ith the above statement. The object of the pcrseus making these depositions is but too apparent, as #e.J'a? the spirit which has dictsted theio. They a*e, at the best, hut little worthy of credit, and certainly could not 'm> justly entertained as e vide ace .-gainst the persons wtioso proceedings and conversations they profess to r^iate, until those persons should have an opportunity, which has not yet been aUordt-d to theai, of pp<?s,ng for themselves. They are evidently clumsy attempts to implicate her Majesty's Consuls and myself in a violation of the law uitde by persons who had no knowledge or it.-! provisions. I have in my posse sion, and can produce, threatening it Uers friui almost all the deponents, endeavoring to cx tvrtniomy from me on conuiticu of their suppressing their i vitience. W'th regard to those j-arts it which 1 am rep.oset teil vo have personally playec a part, 1 can only say that a more mpudect t.ssue ol falsehoods was never put t-ige ther. 1 never saw or conversed with auy of those men. with the ezcephwn of fierawskii and when I saw him J (lid not even anow his name. He has. however, the ef 'router t to recount the invented circumstances of an m tcrview he in.d w.'.h me. This fierawsui, it w true, ac jooipan ed by another Pole, did force li.mself into my ot?e; but fortunately for me, on this o 'cation I am not, as in the case of Hertz, left to my unsupported account of what took place, for Mr. Liimley was in the room during the short time the interview lasted. He also says that hof saw letters froan me to Col. Smolensk!, wr tten, one from Washington, in May, and the ether from Boston and Halt fax. Nov , 1 did rot know of tie existence ?f such a man as CoL Smolensk! in May, and I never wrote him, either then or subsequently, any letter whatever; neither did 1 see b m at Foeton. Sieraweki's statements on these sub jects are deliberate fal-ehoods. The elaienr.ent* ma le by Kazinski, as far as I am con cerned. are equally destitute ot foundation. His state ment that only such persons of tbo?e who were about to join the Foreign Legion who were .n 'ii ol impor tant letters from me received considerable sums, is a falsehood. None of the persons in question ever received a letter from me. The whole tenor of these affidavits u of the rame nature. With regard to evidence of ft is sort 1 have already ex pressed my opinion, in my despatch of the 3d of Marrh. tpeakiug of affidavit*, produced in many instances by the very same individuals against the I'uited States DMfM .ml rney and the Ru.?sj?n Charge d'Atlaires at Waahlng too, I used these words i ? ?~j&i&XK?sgai'j?:t2xzz ttsssffsa stEUssi ."3rjc,t . t iif ?ik r"?y McKeon. on U>r one hand, m.S M. <ir Stock! ,*"?* 10 *'Te me ^Vr b*I e ?'orrtH that the facta r 111 *"f unfounded, I ahould al once believe ihem. Mr. Marcy, however, necms to think that howe- er Joo?e 114 wuattaffectorT eucb evid. nee u when nrodu :?i afmirt the officer* of tho I' lilted State*, tt b?oines "un impeached and ummj oathable" evidence when produced igaiost the* ? of Britain. ?h5? bJ'E,1M n'e 10 U;f t-vl,lt'DC? or Hertz and Strobel, which Mr Marcy null computer* to ho caw* factor*- in *' te J>ur r^Hive denial of their statements and Lot ?ithi<uuii)if(j the bad fx---* of their character. With regard to Hen z, 1 have only to ?dd that he haa bet* three a?re,ud at rhiladelphJa, durtnir the course of la t month, on f-?ih criminal charge?, viz _ Of obtaitrt jr money under laife pretence*, of robbery and oi mgtrj. Mr. Ma the w will furnish jour J-ordhip doc ani'n ?*ff evidence tbese Acta. With ret^pect to ?trobet? a< Mr. Marcy reenis to attach importance to wl ut he terme my "endorsement" of th ?t iijd.vidual, ] may j^iiapti be permitted to refer him u> ?n authority upon which he Mill probably place more reiieiue thea upon n.y opinion? I mean that of Col. .ml ?i W ,h? *?*?"?? ???*J irar . trvKo ? tnc Rocky ilOuntaii s. It **. upon a-rertaa. cp that Strobel ha-i rtitel tr ilv that he Cm. I a -ci.ispat.ieij Colonel Fremi nt in the eapa it'y of civil eiifin^r and drau? upon a very celebratcJ eii e tfltwn uariertaken by that <Soer that I eon.-lerod that that i ircum-tecce iji iti"-ii' w*? *omc tort (4 c,.a .ir,tc v to Strobel f respectability; and in the ab- n. ? or C?k>nel rr< mom I could procure no other It was not ?it: my r?H;rs to WafbiLtUn that 1 learnt from author tv u , h I.,r.Mt doolt that ftr->b. I had coniiuta-j Jr. a t of wndhnp <ia Drt CVIooel Fremont. , w'/.n ?''kt ' r'n"l,1,: Mr Matey contends that I hive ro r fcht to di'.redit the testimony of a perton w^r. hai proved b n~.-< if unworthy of .r^lit by ant-. ot trw h-rv ba*?i,?##, and prrtnry. avowel bv I, m-d" m be faL and oeiy rueorted to fx lucre b ae Jotcc bellevw) ui tji iwegiity. l am unable to coaceive. With reepri t to the rorreeUiw nf my impr?-?ion of the eor reflation which 1 heid with Mr. M?rr\ oi th. ?f, 1 U\? to refer your Jorl?h.p to my * ? it uf t wr <t. n to ye- r I -T<J*h,p la ? Mb r ?<ate .' the ;L ; that month 1 ak of it m foilown:? I J If** cv*. ** 5F??!? ?o Mr. Kerry, with perfect I T ? I taWfw,y" ? reeewte >L.< -rmier. I a^d. b'-??1<~*rea4ii.(tohimmy ?iter ' Mr tur> .*t tha< . k . 'T mbIoimi i*> ohuiii; ^iP.c?f*nt re.Tuitu rr> m ? b?in#r ?jUArtrr t if y ImiuW c vr.t. *ud th?* t>r cnilm ?.n tad beta eMehuake.: in t>.e ,01^7*7*1^ ^ 12!^ i'i lo ^ tilt h h? 1 l?'?n *?#ti ?n m,? t v fW' 1 ^?riAbf/ r^pliH by r'^rrinv iu" ,'v t ^V.r.h'l "* ?r o/?on#r*i? imt iu?, ??I!? k r, ?* n?itb#T I n? r any of ? in i, ? ?f h. r M*i? ?{*'? *t.r.:rv,r.-ntr".,,4.ut.r e?V tbem'in th/t-nl. ! i ;;L" tt ' er.'i lett'to th*m *o %?* to tfiT vi-rt of tb+ lir 'imh torn,, cm. y* ^ taient of th, " ? , J h ! .. *""?"> ? i-h per~m* lh? Ui ,rau ? t * 1, h ! w?? ic pWM a< o f :f ?? ijrr:,. JT ' ^ m rht U ?o h?- r- ir.'o >h? ~j. h, ","r* n* r? "k ? **T *? *e?a. or utiiera. tmn vnju. at ou Vow r, , lh*? "??rfnEafc ?f?fer If I kew??'r. u.^tv^ual" ntfcer f-om the Wic? n< wa+k 'ig f o roor. ? * ?(?.ud, iKH?lil,.Mr.<;j ? wka J ).*1 . ? f. w 1 h i i' any taawwtiui wTih rroeead 4 . ?ay ?h miah< . rmp -hem ?,iaoi oe pMnSeM .f . - ? 1 nW ou.r rej,e> thnr liavjia <Ju?ie to. ?r?'hr>q* i)i? rn.?. , , E2 "r,i r .. .. ? 1 "" ? ?? ' ? a. 'u..v If ... V y? , , **rVf* *'?? ? ?"ili J Uk- :( f ... ST t AV." a?.!*" ** freai SLmnt ;jare'r I I ?tn.J have U4 do WBMInMi MM at iur I me it r' ' r' *' r '- 1 f It " tea't?r. L?,ttef aprri m '0 r r? [?rwMMtkat K VMM ever f*? (WnImIm ?r' , TM ' r .Bf l'ir t ? ! 1. ? v . .. '"T ' ? r' i I'Mr. II..-.1 >^?u In wr ??tter ? ?*,? an.. tb/?e<:ber V* -,}y.L 'WI' ft.,! Mr Mart v oa the ? iet' J- ?.ot) ab,?v >' ppeM tb<4 T ewiM Bet her* 4~r.?> te7r ^ . have w? to nm to Mr !.u*ley ? dr pet h t n*aL - f- r.t ot i , -,.r, :0B ?5m? v..f-v t ,|j . ri < r?. r-y ' t ' rr a'ury tiV . % p I ?, . a " s"r-' ?>>*> Vr M* ? . we rZ-. ... ? r Zf't',. I ST7T22* W Ul m' M ?? m* be m ?S! 8 ?e*mt to m? t-jr no mm siear evea or ?? 1 g V. v east of t it r. - .. , ,, ,\r ? f-waa ct the PU. of J?!y. IMS. ,) ? . r. n. ?ra ?cMefT ?iT'B * ? u.e iWb of 0? Mr. Hurry > rew."eetioc l? rtEl rr<w at fit.t t n r?nM ??^'a Hrr'" ""h Vr '?? the T^,rfXy 18. -5. trd ih*1 or?rr muDlC4it;oe by tL*l kff t c- rar) <if #onr ? d^^trh of tbe 111 rf A^Vl U^ vf/Z 111 - J Bucfjaaaa. ?tate* thai tn,i ?hlp ? le-iatrb M A, If : li *W r-e.rBt*' u hr , . ? tb^IVpartir'BI of -ute fc t?r^?Mr Ma^ZlS? w.?ie rtatee (<ti h of u, SL thfi r/Jr*'.-V b WM rW!T"'1 ? ? U.r tsg mr ai <-n. e la the rtev-rcaa, .|1# jLJ, the ^ ? patrb in -juwcm wt. deavered to v- Ma-fvhv Mr I ,ff>vai Mr. ?ar..y<e private r?? ience oTSLX 'ea? . C V' Miucy Mfrw?yi Umru 10 Mr 'l lw'! n?.r V the Mine teJrHi whi b he Ud L VTi4 . ' Mar. h n ?# L. .ill7 '~1 to me Otl th ar r n '?""pe^l tn the r^fi'ia^nt Ri 1 thi< ' 1 ? ? . . lJ ; e t.ot i,teCetfcer . r be at ver a'; u<?, , J * . h: .*'!:? *?? ro, ^ of the ^ w 9MMHI M ttt .<}?& <?f m. . r . ,, f?,n, I'r ted ^te. Wb> l.y rr - flT t !w2aIT ,r" ? m ?? .nfuVr. x r'i rmed t:em ar to u ?? r r u , ,1 , r 1 srf.nsiTj s.f ? 1 ? ?' ' "1 JSK; if) fii ,?!! of a<l my f MB) Til illr mm n*i lh! :z'?r"y r f ?r, I ? , a < of m> Uar. r to rawrsrrsaffiS I S'zssiStoS'SH [ T? ?[ un- t it n r <iiaii 1 t 1 n . n' of ?. 1 ha' ?o rry ttrK.elMn- V . , ? "Ml * .?u"" ?,hr"" "nr-r.Minftetaf ? -h. i.7?..?e ? ? ? ' " ?' ? "f In ???? .fr,h. art;m?( 10 .w $P ( An,..| M. t ? 1 U( Af Ml fhAriu Of!" 1 ? " o k"1 TJiTvEFfn1 :: ' H ,r; '"T* "r ?? ?b- ? .nf n ? || I ai je .Miff for 'Jk <rmv ron - - ? _ ? : Tf... , .. ? tr. . " V ,h '*? r- '? ?'? .1 ? ' ? H*r. hy ?Mrh -be- ? \ report fu a.* v.-i > 1 .. , * 'n ?-*??? ani Ir^I. iMted. ?nd *,n "r MllWil V.-.-/T .'.??r,-rtrr ? 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^3i?7Sg SS^^sja1 ?zJxis-ss. fo%r,s?s'.,' - ??? "?? rS liMtefcrtii*, and !*ew ?rJ^f\"* WUH oil>ra and proposal* to ?^0,eu Tt w?7!^el?ed?y me. bo'h wri.teu '?uhat in the British serv ' y rtiason for belMvliUI aixl verbal, M4 ? numbers of person* in ">? ^?^7towS^?b? from Parlous motive*, denred lojom the ^Vmay-to'rc rtmark ihaui!! die ril, ??? forwiri. and ^ .genu, and that i? my par* , or on that ,JLe or Kii?oe, did I mviU) ?uy no mi fl? instance, either at 'h** ge.rvioe. i ?afeiy aay person w-hateva^oe^?h?. Sh^^r even bioa.-ueA the feVvUO^yb^ to&r?5?. tbo application. were made Tw.. but fair to conclude, t? that^ T^'n^u information KiJ?'4 ul Vnf^iSf se-virea of ?u<*h pernona, and n.ent to avail themwNe.oftlw se vices o. su n^ ^mcnl Ttf 1fi&?^?SK?l M^A^rto pj act her Ma)< ^ty ? fcov run Kore an l.eKion might laW9 ?l ^ %U?dobi?ct. to oarlT^y^f *gfiZ,?X offers wan that 1 J^Jtyrri and with the nature of any ? '.be cclomea tor *?rh<Jj,ie'j wriwn to person" miking In My at?wer?. boUiverbill.ini MUll?'n ,.re therefore neces quints of nae in r pga id ...??? without declining theoffera SHSS?5i?K take upon the , erc continually addressing m? Among the rrwi.?^ we^cc? r?nlpWlug that they letters, Keeking in' terv i< ?* ??" ?? ln a g^i* of sus and tlie.r ti ''n.U aad counti ym v?.<rg ^eru. ana Htrobel, p. nre an well asmdWri^s, { ( u # American m>vern who have since < 'insular rnent Saving violated 'lie neutrality laws of th-> Kite d sw*by*r?S ,Sd retaining them, and others through lhf"f r liVh^r'ia.'I1" n'th " ma"* 'r unill the 3d of March, I too* no f urine r au 1 sua JJ . . t ? ji?ehruary. afomS* * *? "s; i>ard. to the effort Ha Wax would be conveniently view of ascertaining the WW* WO'cn migm u. ^ j?u?x ani, ^UrfrnaRr.^oVotenr'To^ wb"hwcre necessary to be tthe. .i,!o ons. ir by my above observations, cleared mLeir iom i.c of want orfrankne^ UiwaMi S; Uarcv in ?J conversation with him ot Mar h ISM That b< mteuaderstood me 1 oi course cannot doubt, "Vci .'SXo M %SS, A '??b ? ?PP?' SSSSwws^ffB's^S Kiiiw ?, .?? i ? ?#g 'iy"w?: mr> at Phltadelptig in the truJ of / thai cruitine?to for tie Crimea.^y thQ mucicipdi iaWi ?S!dkl b*d certher authonzeU, ensouraged , nor^1KD^ i? c05!LW.^0ir Marcvafkd were responsible for the H?r.z^W?ner bothof whom acted without aiiy au Sority .rom -T ?ga.nat my exprw dMlre, m ut ^ , pgllUon at Wal)blng ion'i^ byMrBuoknair. kffl^Xh m ?Pl?ended to the floci.mecu^l belore 1 ^?n^.r xj^r. ^ovr-u r - rwar k? ble^nair^n' r how much the policy of the L'nite.i ?K5 vtfKctT' V i t;.^. h,.Vw ii perceive from this corr-t|>ondence sxtftsssr ?? ??? i? r-yr~" ,l "SSkUSA '*'.5. ? to M?ni,n? 1BU> tlte motive* whjcb may load any one f \orci*v tlif1 rnti?t of cxtitttruni1'!'* ' The cr ekceU fitra.te, l'Ucwl in c ppo ite . columns, w.. rh< ? KB? ol there c<tu*dictory oyinKm ? am. ??*?><"? ro ", l,,i,'AW' "R "*IrJiJ?"l?f?. la.,. or to acqiiaua M.IrrijMl ??;? ? ,ny fr?. ?,.v 11,4.1 it is .ipr.her.ded he .s ?? ? from resi' nu ^friujurisdlciioo.. . left t aUf. ri.ta fr.r th- r?rp<r? Uw( of rei,her country ?,f enteriim into c ",'l'y *.' ,i <f.?ta R.<-a and the CnWe<i vice 'JL oftlwl^ States), it^s pre'umwt, have wilt 'be kt;"wir I?? ' ' t?" a? the *n'hw?y thf.r u * f;f * s "orn1 * ,3L..w rmi|,e into the m?>vive? whW-h ?hrir b<*<ile porposrs . ?*? , , B_ 0i,? to et?rci? the ?* t nivanre ct Uiose a-itho^ ''^'..''^p^i^Oon. ^ rlties. Ootlie .,t The liberty to go where m.derrigr.ed is a??ur?d ha f l ctwr fortune may when it--,, was rraM^o t^ h.P'? ?? to frrr heve that tyeh purp<>-? s- w ere ?, nofTee sunra? ni .'liters ajne?l tv par i'. ?m, J}? iTj. iherri ?. harking iu the st'?u.< r? ?t'1*? aw ?f eomplalnt at ' -M Frar.rtwo for fraa nmtrml wwlif Ptrwy p,., every, ter e,.rc^-t thfTrigbl and in many ' * , ( T, jen |, and have been to I rev tut their ?!?? ,a rankV partur*. of the army ol a belligerent Uta'e. ?V a AkrV TO ?? WFtU.tR, r*t?IDK*T'l ?! ***'.?. ?aT Wf, >, ISM 14, Its* n app eara iha; k baud of fo- Tn iiie?? olMim?Mi?i of reign adventurer) ha* Invaded the politi ?1 debility of the re that unhappy cwMTTi If ? ?? P'tl.V of S -arauua. and ragua ) and, after cuFniig re when tte itihah larita were ot crulta trim nu ng the root hauMed by long rontiuued dent*, iaa, l>y vinlrnee orer civil war between partlea, lurried the prtrloiuly ? nltili.g n< offbem tronii enough Ko?etrinient, mid row pie to oven-onv' the uiher or per tend* lo be tn poeeeeaton of maii'-nfly tmuutmn Internal (K/vf r? if r. ui- h' i H jr. tra?f ullity, one of the con ? a a ? a e , on-ending faetione of the re It appear* 10 le ro ncra pulii: tnviied the aaalauuK' than a rule nt tMurpaliee of and co op oration of a imaJl power bro iflt" about fy an hody elllrenn from the fl?aii irr? *?Tf organ iad mil- u ' ninoi-Ma. who?e pr<?eoer. tary ft ret ?* It appear*, put as and a' ? a ? a a ? once to cf\ i) war, ?nd realored It baa app?r?nt order thnMghouitbe i f a ?ue.eaaftiJ Oik i?u.i 1 1 ?err,iorj of Nicaragua. eipetiil.i a Lali 1 of (P0> amaeat. 1 wo .Id r?m*rk Inally. that J pererlre w lb grea'. re met that Mr. Mare* character ws the tenor of my Jm >>atccoa to jr c ur loidadtp u ctcepuocable, though he ( B.11K to ay .c *>.at re?p? ct they arc ?0 I :.a?l tho-gM, mv lord, that after hav'ng l.'tened for nine mouth*, without rep'y, u> ?'4un-nt? <ir>fiia,n.Bg the gnweat ?uHtfmNrfaMU ot n,y toa!u:t. an well aa attack* upen niT charac er. wba at ?et a fair oppirtut ty w? afforded to n.? ot ng my fit. I m.^-ht bare dune *<> witb freedom vlttMt g*. Ting offence. Your k>rd*i.p haa. however, ccwidtred thiee doe ;*t hee aa not uawortl.y of Ming aubittted to her Max-aty *Bd laid b?t'ore nffl?wt and the pubic . and I ban "B 1/ V tiiat I air, quite i >nten to abide by the ? pini L may he lorn.t d of ttem by any candid and rraunab.e r?non wbc itay p rjue tU"m. I have he, J V nUMPV'K p. *itce tte above wm written Cr>l >4el Sm-iUan, ha' <alie<i ir.'- and nflej* d volvw.Unly t > m.?k" apoo naii the fo'lvw rp rtaw IB regard to the IhliuMyHj cf eertaic fart* .. loge<l in the aft.'.avi a of Celegt and merawtki. aa fw aa be (Colouel .-mrlewaki; ia tbenm ooci<<rtM ? Kith reranl to the rtaleaent of Louia Celagl and other*, 'Otta t.ed in the iflMtavit 'page lit), that the -aid Geiajii know* the hacdwrlt.Bg ot the Briti?h M.m-ter. fVoin l av.r* *e?n the whole w Colouol ,-molen- k i'? cor rwpfcilenee, (otonel ^wtole?*ki tl^ larea liatthwaut. meat mi falee. Inwnnuch a* Colonel Swu lenaki never ha* reret?e?l a ?.Bgle line wr tten by Mr. < ram; U?, nor had any of that Kiobter'a bandwr ting n b? po<u,eaalo?. WiU. regard to Celagl a ataternent, in the aame affita ?it. that Mr Crampti n'a name appeared aa a party to an agr"??pttbrtwe?L Coloeel 8mnlen<ki and Colonel An*? ||, deacrbed id *urh allidaTtt, Colonel i*inol<ai>ki der.Uree thi* rtatecii r.t la ai*0 fhiae. Be (lolunel Smolen.-k') re rrllfrta U?i Mr Crampwm diet.nctly *tated to bim that he roiild not *ipi any awch agreemorit, aw, by ao he would be v.olatirg the law rf the IVtod Hutei. w:tb regaril to a further utotemeGt ai* > eoabune 1 ia *i..d hflidar t, thai Mr. Cramptoti wrote a letter to I.ieu ?< rat.l Tee-i/m atd Epaigri i?av. the ? .( ? vat waathatary peraraa reoofnmended by *aid fmolet ki were to b? received by them and treated aa otlicer*. Co ime) ' mo)ea?ki fcaa to kncwleite of auch letter and !i? ,1erlfc'e? liar <' '!a?r * ?Uterret,t, that he auW tlii Utter n Cotouel Fm< !en*ki'? tcrreapendatxe ar d ma<le a copy of ,t, at . I n.tti>l.bc Mae, .n^n.u. t a? no l?Uer w? evrr 1? Colonel . ?*?? lanna. 'a piX*<aa:on. ??' th td |<e. t to a letter pr nted aa ar appnn iij to aaliJ sfda t, an'i ^ geed "Ja?eph '?mbt?n*a<, ' h? (Cekmol ) le ier^ that Uii? ;?tvr .a a ir>rgr<l Jocnmert. lm'I vt r?\?r wr.ttei. ty bite, ceithcr d.d La rrar s^n any such ux-iueot. ? th r<>gar'i to th>! a(T ln*it (page i?) u C L. fferaw tn , r,iun.?i t ii.oiei.t,*, ntau>a utat ihn Htatemnnta in naid ?Bt*!a-rt?, ?o fkr aa tbey reiato y> V' ior.el ^rno'^naki, are geoera'l/ atr'e htf b?j < ifyfcet n.- ?l) n^rer at aa?y time ret,- iv .i a ItUrr rram k'r Orav.pVutR, aad con it^eettly t rt h .? i..*n .1 nm filer* written to hiraaeir, und gnid oj iL*. %? LUeiMa, to Mr. E.?ia? tki. tor.* -iiooIeiiM an iw* th t i.'r ,?t<w*k' never w-?, ae he r.'ates b.mse f to have keen, a oayta<o n the tr ll tar/ <*f\ ?' rt?-la um, Imi ?o"iili p v I! p'-r*"' ve -h. i there dritritiong by ^kn iiei ?ai i'?Ua<!lct tha r a n it-xtemenia by Whe n it a *ought to m).lKHle ,t.e n the reern trnieit a?vd you Will "le able to jodge of U?e degree of ere It >tf j .)? at'*1 be 4 to if,e o*t-er <*i\ ewwnt? tj pti fn? wto ? >?? a wcrp ;?. iu'.b d?!. berate &' et-?n i. J r. c. rift, n,?'>r"t>r> > rm<m cna*rrro>i'<i ? t,?Tritr to *r. flAUi*. f? rr, |. n?:c, IdM *_T> e d^ipr' h m itr '.arr .*. "t h ytti rr ?? I ?o !?"? tic ' "rt ' ? e?! pf e > ( f jr<. y i .'hfett a Trj j in ?ay hands, bat received the attentive :ontiderauon or bar Mminy's government Hf r Majesty >* government are prut tied at learn mg that the assurances contained id my note to you of the UOth of April, thai tiu intention existed on the part of her Ma jesty 's government u> violate the laws, compromise the neutrality, or disregard the sovereignty of the United Slates, have been unreservedly uoutol by the Pre lident', and that all cuutc of difference with respect to the quoa tion ol euhftiDciit has ceased to exi^( between the governments of <jrcat Britain anil ot the United States. It is with much regret, however, taa'. her Mijesty'* government have learned tiat tho President has been un able to alter the view which he had taken of the conduct ol her Majesty 's Minister at Washington ami of her Ma jesty'* Consuls at New York, Philadelphia and Cinein naU, In regard to the transactions whish have been under discussion between the two government*. Mr. Marty bad, in his despatch of December 28, 1855, stated that the President was of opinion that these olti eerg of her Majesty had violated the lawn of the United Stat*-?, by being parties to enlistments within the Union ; that he, on that ground, considered that they had become i Qario^H1 table organs ot her Majesty's government in the Uni*d States, and that he ccnstqueutly requested that they might be removed from their respective posts. Her Majesty's government did not share this opinion of the President in regard to the conduct of thope officers of her Maje-ty ; and having com municated to those officers the charges made against them, and the evidence on which those charges rested, and having received from them full denials of the truth of the charges, and such corroborating evidence as they were able to procure tending to invalidate the uatimony brought against them, her Majesty's govern ment laid alJ these matters fully and frankly before tho Kovurnment of tho United fctatcs, with the persuasion tnnt they would remove the unfavorable impression which had I pen created in the mind of the President with rw^ard to the conduct and proceedings of her Majesty's Minister at Washington, and of the three above mcutioued Consuls. It appears, however, that this communication has not roduced the ellect which her Majosty's government bad ? jpectcd ; and Mr. Marcy, in stating that the President's view of these matters remaiHed unaltered, accompanied that statement by a number of additional document*, tend ing to confirm tlio view which the President had origi nally taken of these matters. Iler Majesty's government have care'nlly examined these additional documents, bul do not find in them any evidence worthy of belief, which should shako the con fidence which they have rc|?scd in tho assurances of Mr. Crampton and of the Consuls. Her Majesty's government retain the high opinion which they have ever neld of the ^eal, ability, and in tegrity of Mr. Crampton, and of tho earnest desire by which be lias been animated to avoid all just cause of otknee to the government to which ht was ar-rclited. Her Majesty 's government caunot but believe that on many material points in respet to his conduct, tho Provi dent has been misled by erroneous information, and by the tes timory ol witnesses undeserving of belief. Her Majesty's government entertain similar convictions as to the conJuct of her Majesty's Consuls at New York, Philadelphia and Cincinnati. Such a of opiuiocs. on such a matter, between the goverrmenU r> two great lowers, must no ceesan y be tt>e K'..ject of ser'oua deliberation by both; and her Majesty's government havo not failed to give to this matter all the consideration which it justly deserved. If her Majesty's government had been convinced, like the government of the United States, that her Maj.jsty 's officers had, In iletlance of their instructions, violated '.be ' laws of the United States, ber Maierty's government would, both out of deference to the United States and froaa a due regard 1 1 the authority of the crown, havo remov ed thoee officers from the posts which they held. If the gorernment of a foreign country were capri clously, and without any apparo? t belief that it had good ground for doing so, to break oil its diplomatic relations with (the minister accredited to it by ber Majesty, her Majesty's confidential servants, answerable for auunUin idr the honor und dignity of the crown, could not hesi tate as to advising her Majesty equally to break oil' all diplomatic intercourse with the minister ot such govern ments accredited to her court. Put in the present ease her Majesty's government are bound to accept the formal and repeated declarations of the President, of his belief that theee officer* of her Majesty have violated the laws of the Union, and are, on that account, unacceptable organs of communication with the government and authorities of the United State* ; and her Majesty's government cannot deny to the government of the United States a right similar to that win. h, in a parallel cage, they would claim for Uienj (elves ? the right, namely, ol'fermiOK their own judgment a- to the bearing of the laws of the I'uion upon transac tions which have taken place within the Union. I have, therefore, the honor to inform you that, how ever deeply her Majesty '? government regret a proceed ing on the part of the President of the United States which cannot but be considered as of no uufriendly cha racter, they have not deemed it their duty, on that ac count, to advise her Majesty to command me to suspend my diplomatic intercourse with you; and I have to assure you that the bleb personal esteem which la fell for you by all the members of ber Maiesty'* government will render It most agreeable to myself to have the honor of entering Into communication with you upon all matter* connected with the mutual relations ot our two countries. You will be certain of meeting, on the part of her Ma ! jestv a government, the moat friendly feeling* toward* the United States, and tb? mo-t aniious desire so to ar range all questions of difference as to reconcile the just right# and real interests of the two countries with the maintenance of those amicable relations, the preservation (f which i* of such great importance to both. I am, Kc. CLARENDON, ? THE CENTRAL AMERICAN QUE9TI0N. THE EAHL OF (.LA KIN HON TO MK. VALLA?. ruRnus Ornca, June N, 185? Pi*? The despatch of the Sccreury of State of the t'nltod States, daled the ;:4th lilt., a copy of which lu plaecd by you in my band* on the 11th in>uuit, on Uie -ul'jcct ol the il.n< rence of opinion between the Briti-b that of the t riU'd State*, regarding the ccDatructloe" and efl'e.;t of the convention of April 1#, 1*60, and the aubject of Central America generally, ha received the tot -.deration of her Maju-ty'a government. Be'i re I procfed to communicate to you the vicwi of her Majesty * government in reply to this despatch, I will bee leave to remark, In answer to Mr. Marcy'a observation that direct communication upon Uie ma>n sni'jcct had for come Ume ceased between Mr. Ptxhanan and m>rc;;', ibat auch correspondence hul ceased kMHH t apprar?d to her Majesty's govern ment that ftirUier correspondence waa not likely to lead to a settle tn< nt of th<- question at i?aue. That qaos tum turned upon the interpretation ot the treaty nt 1K60. respecting wh:- b her Ma>?ty '? government learned for the tirat time from Mr Bu<-h?n;in that a view had been takm by the present government of Uie l'n<ted Mates difterent from that of the preceding government. Tho treaty arose out of the various prn)e -t< which had be? started for commercial comrntitication acro?a Central America, between the Atlantic and the Pacific, and ea penally had reference to the scheme of a ahip canal by the river SI. John and 'lie Iak? Nicaragua. The main objett of the treaty waa to provide a aecurtty that auch llne-i of commercial communl mtion, through whatever part of Central tmerb a tBey might pass, should be free for the tme of all nations, arid should not tall under the ?aclualvc control Of any l ower. iheae objacta and purposea are cletu-ly explained and stated In ilx- Drat article, which U a.' tollowj; ? The governments of iir?at Britain and the foiled Ptates bet eh j- declare that neither the ana nor 'he other will ever oh tain or m*jn'a,n 1 or Ha?lf any exclusive ceatroJ over the said ?hip ranai. agreeing 'bat neither will ever erect or mainutin any fu-ttflcaliufi* ? ' the same, orlntliefletiittyihere '..Ionise, or aaauwie, or eaerelae any daantlilun oi?i X'caranua. ? oeta Rica ?ho Moaqulto no*at,oranf 5art < f|t entrai America; iwr will eiibermake u?eof anynro- 1 rHton ? to .eh < aflerds or bi*i attunl. or any ?IMance wtu< h either has or may have, to or wAkaj i"ate or people, for the purvoee ?f sreowof "C matntalnflMiiiT auch fortlt, nations or of occupying. fortifying or nrl<.ntslni( Nicaragua. Co?ta Rica, the Mosquito coast. or any part of central ta.?iva or?* as nni.iii or ei> rct? i ? rVmuiioa over the a*me Nor wdl Ureal Britain or the 1'nlted States take advantage of any Inumacy, or n?e ai.) a!i?an.-e, connection or influence that either tnvy f> i ?*?-?.? with any State or government through wkw tarrttor* the said esoal may pees for the purpose of ao>| utriog or hold ing. UlreeUr or indiracwr, for the ?ui>te- t* or eitiaena of the one any right* of Mlvantac-* in regard to r?wmn?rr?< or navl ?aUo? thioogh <lw said ranal which shall not (><? off ?? red oh ?he sam< tetms o the mhjecta or eitiaena of the other. Her Ma.iosty'a government deemed that the plain and nawftMHW nterjretatlon of thi* article waa, thai each govern mi lit wa; prohibited from doing what the words of tho article evpiK it'.y declared that neither gov ernment -bould thereafter do, but that both govern menu retained the right* which they bad previously enjoyed, a here Uu?e r;gbu were bu evpre--jy limited or aban doned . * ith regard eepori. -illy to the peotert oo which, Ibra long conrisc of time the Brifh gr vemmei.t has affordeil to the Mrs^ttito*, this article, an far from requiring that prelection to cease, acknowledges ita eatatence, and contemplate* Ita continuance ; ft?r the article say* thst neither party will " make uae of any protect ten which it afiord^, or may aflord, to any Siae or peojde, for Ihe p'trpc^c of erect r.g or mamtaimng any fhrt.flrat.ons, or of on ury nf, fOrt f) Ing, or colonising Uie count riea theretii speci#?>d." The treaty, therefore, .Uww not require casting prntectioai to oewse. bu* only forlxda using mich protect!'* for certain speciged purposes I repeatedly informe<l Mr Binhanan that it waa the wish frf her Majesty a government to withdraw ftom the Cectcrate ot Moe?|uito. provided U>ey could do so with nr, securing adequate provts'on fbr the King and the Indiana of lhat ceuntry tliat Buatan waa a no* atssicn of her Majesty'* crown, and that, as W Ma.iesty's govemtaenl could not consent to abandon the protectorate of Mosquito, or to gire up the bland of Rua an, merely in pursuance of an intorpretatioa given br the government of the 1? mted States to a treaty, wh'ch interpretation her Majesty * government did not admit, the most nsual, as well as the mist friendly, course to pur' tie waa to refer the near log of Ute treaty to the de i iaion of a third Power. Tbi* offer was made by m* to Mr. B>i< hanan by the dirtction of her Rajestj a government, It waa seve ral t.mca renewed and discuased between im. Mr. < rair.pton ought undoubtedly, according to hi* instruc tions, to have communicated to Mr Marcy, at U.e i:mc when he recalvrd It, my deapat*;!) of tl.e lith Ncvemher, givtnf an account of my lojversatJrns with Mr. Buchanan, but h'S not having d? i.e ao waa of httle con?equen"?, aa Mr Pi. haLr.1! often assured me tlia everything which had paaacil between na been dul) reported to hia go rernmect. I am therefore al a loaa to understand hew I happwed UiM the lYealdent ahonld, aa 'tatod by Mr Marty, nave t*en Induced only by certain collator <1 (n r^lenla to mler hat arbitral ot> by a third Tower of the d;"erence oetween the two govt rrmeita in relation to | Or r ral Am?r<oa bad been rrt ?posed by her Majeaiy a gr.rtrcmer.t. A jn.*?rr cef hft*, >->wev?r. taken pjaee which M to ?w regretted n ici cunt of U a tle.ay whrh :t has ?roa s Hiu"(t , but liii" haa teen rendered con r?rat.vt4y nnim pi rtf<rt by " of air Marcjr ar I tt.e corr-'e '?( prccesdlng which he propone* fbr the adoption ot Uie two government. |<er Majeaty a gcv?rnm*r t betng ae solicitous an the < ras.denl to ( reserve jniir.|?ired the Iritndly relations of ti e two are prepared to snter ic'o negotiations en these Trailers wth a * oc*re to br op ifcein to a speedy and satisfactory con civ - a'oa. *r. Mtr-f i? ,HHWl *h"i he sVea 'hat pr ta a I lay* BO -Inimtoat/ [OS ???????< '<t teer ?"rv on fie M * rj.iHo cast; at ' icrWr'e v/ a goverptTTt ecr?^?f nan, M Ari lltt/i !*>* ? ?" ? h ,r ? '*r ' ' ' "" ocfl' ? ? e ;f e v ' n 1 iu , f.r wl t J>?r Ji'kA'V 'ivtWB meat aro bound In honor to provide, might he assure! direct negotiation. It if nut contended, nor rover has been cmitnndod, the Brltn-h government. consistently with the bUj Hans of the treaty ol I860, could, in tho namo ol Mosquito Indian*, "ttko with military toroo, and Sen Juan <te Nicaragua, or any other point in QeJ America;" and her Maj-sty 'b government ugreo wlUil Murcy that such a proceeding would be irreconclll with the independence and neutrality of the lath J and would render the treaty nugatory to the uJ States ; but no such pretension hae ever beeu a lvu| and no such proceeding has been contemplated. With r??|>ect to the district ol' Heine, her Mi^ei government consider that the only question to he d mined as regards Central America, is that of the bo ary between thit country and the British possess and in the settlement of that question no icbnrmotux difficulty need be anticipated. With respect to Ruatun and tho other Bay Islands, t at different periods have been held by Great Britaii well as by S|?in; and having been occupied by Bri settlers, formal possession was taken of lliiatan in by Great Britain, which lias since been uninterrupt maintained. The population increased fast, and m trates were from time to time apjioiuted by the rfupi tendent of Belize, until 1862, when these inlands rocc a regular form of colonial government, solely for the l>ow: of their better internal administration; but C Britain did not thereby acquire any territorial rights be did not previously pOKsoes. The govei ument of tlio United States, however, tain that, even supposing the Clayton-Bulwer i were only prospective in its operation, tiiose is Vuuls i no pert of the British dominions earlier than 186'J. If the differences between the two government! this snbject cannot be arranged by direct negotiafl there seems no reason why they might not form the ] ter of a reference to a third Power. I Iier Majesty's govcrnngtt have learned with satil tion that yon are entrustlB to enter into communicf with me li rerpfcet to Central America, in order to i tain, in the first place, whether existing deferences c l>e promptly terminated by a direct negotiation; anJ they cannot be so settled, then to discuss the oomlif of arbitration on those (xiinu or difference as to method of settlement may bo requisite or applic Tills is the course which her Majesty 's government throughout been willing to adopt; wd 1 have accordi the honor to inform you that I am prepared to entor the proponed communication, and I trust that our coi tnces will be cout uctcd in that spirit of cordiality frankness which, as Mr. Marcy justly observe*, is d ted by the true interests of Great Britain and the Ci States. I am, tn:. CT.AKKMX) THK NICARAflPA TRANSIT AND SHIP CANAL COlT KIE8 ? VISIT OF MESSRS. VANDEKBILT AMD Wif TO LONDON. H [From tho I-oni!on Times (city article) June 26. ]l In relation to the affairs of Central America, a ?:< pondent desires to correct a belief lately circulated, I effect "the project which adopted the river Hub . and the Lake of Nicaragua as the line of tho intero:? canal has come to an end, and that the prospective < pany lias been disperse to the winds." It will, tl fore, be useful to recapitulate in a few lines its actua| sition. The company was formed In 1860, under a ; trom the State of Nicaragua, giving it, on certain ditions. an exclusive light to oomtruet the canal, oi canal should be lound undesirable, a railway or communication. This grant was alto accompal by an exclusive prlviledge to navigate the wateifl Nicaragua by gteum, and to construct Intel roads, Its well as by a gift ot eight sections of each of six miles square, along the river and It was incorporated by a charter from the Stotfl New York, and its promoters were in active f course with Mr. Clayton and Mr Henry Bui during the negotlaton of the Clayton Bui wer treaty,! terms of which were understood to have been spec! framed with a view to the co operation of Knglandf Amer ca, In the construction of the route, the coloi tion of the country, and the maintenance of its inde dence and neutrality. This Intercourse, moreover,! to a pledge being given by the American holders concession, that one-half of it* valuable privileges i be offered to Great Britain. Thus far nothing coald 1 been more satisfactory or promising than -the prtwd of the enterprise. The company then deputed Mel White and Vanderbilt as commissioners te Londf mske an unreserved otter of participation in all that had secured. l'i>on their arrival they were met by eB expknled objection that could be resuscitated. Tb<p posslb lity of navigating the river and lake, ttoeT gers from earthquakes, reptiles, malaria and hfl savages, were pertinsi iou?-Iy insisted upon, and the P ml-sioners found them-elvott treated rather as advi ers seckisg a great boon than as persons who had i something of value by their promptitude end shr| ness. and who now, from motives of sound policy wbkli they had the sea-e to perceive their own otefl were identllied, had come to make a frank and lifl oiler to divide it. Wlien they bad demon'trated thfl tile nature of the various objections, and no altern| was left to the Kuglish capitalists but a direct without assigning any reason, or an attempt to del decision by demanding further satisfaction, the ? course was adopted. A document, sigied by some < most eminent houses ui I/mdon, was then given U commissioners, promising to introduce the enterprlf the British public, If the company would at own expense, first cause tali.- factory surveys made, and afterwards submit the?e surveys approval of engineers to be nominated by the BritisB vernment. At the same time toe commissioners told that these London capitalists would decline I anything to do with carrying out the temporary ' ami would prefer to confine their interests to t canal. The commissioners returned to fulfill the i lions imposed; and unding that the privileges of > rary tram it and of steum navigation on the wa Nicaragua were held in Ixmdon of no account ? ait they In fact constituted the most unquestionable p the whole concession ? these gentlemen at once i mended the New York shareholders to procure | the State of Nicaragua a separation of the leges, so that, pending the arrangement o canal question, they might independently secu! Uie profits or the rnpidly Increasing traffic be river and lake. The otiglual company was tbe^ split into two companies? one called the A<?ci Transit Cotn|?ny. and the other the American, A'.lj and Pacific Ship Canal Company. Meanwhile the i surveys for the canal were earned on at a great < by Colonel Chi Mr, th- <? Ii ? f * n (.? e.?er ef the Stale o York and a numerous -u(T, and plnns and reports! completed and print" d which, for |>reci? on and ap|f reliability, liave jerliai* rarely been ex -ceded, company, having thus fulfilled what was requlr them as s preliminary condition to tbe co opered this country again sent commissioners to lomionl si ting tin* tune of 11-. White and Mr Routh, see nied by Colonel Child * The plans were > hm it" H wa? found that the co?t of Uie worii was '-tunateB little more than half the amount orgina'l; i- ctured. 1 ord M .lmeshury, at that t;l Secretary, was theu requested to name two gd ment engineers to verify them, and these r*mll after a 1. n tr examination, reported, not on their favor, hut expre-sed great )? rson*l cenfl In Colonel CTillds. Kvert thing then seemtd cos ami the crurmlssioners relied upon being nMe to] London tn a few d*v? wiUi ihe fati- :artdry ant ment that, upon one half of the capital being nrrsnd he svbscribed In the I nited States, subscriptions other half would be o|>eiird In Ism<lon, and that t nation would go hand In band In controlling the I destinies ol Central America. To their aston^lr bowiver. the) received ? refusnl. 'inacconipaiiie sinple quahtiratlon lo explain or jo?tlfy the mai which they had f?een Induced to Incur ^lormol penrr s, and to devote tw o or three years to d?m'<r j? int* uj?n whk b they themselves were already fu ti?fied. In a ftste of extreme irritation they returned 1 York and laid the whole case before their vharefc ?nd the public. Th? comments whl h followed, anJl were ijiwH In fiirmal resolutions, w?*re, as t have been espected, ??f tl?e strong"?t '?hara^U'H It Is believed tl st from tfiat moment the p| Amerirsntrlng the country bv the nie thiol has since been carried out, ana "f procming, sible, the abrogation of tbe Clayton- p.ulwer t<*>k Its rl e The Tren?lt Company are a. have ored VMbf IfeV that purpose, or, at all to have aflOrde'l h'.m constant aid n every The result cf the alliance has been the asnal such cas- Walker, upon obtain rg scccess, repudiated them and abolished tbeif pr taking adv?ntai.e of a dispute anseag the mat transfer the conces- "u to that poet .on of wtmm be believes jo be his most devoted adhi It hi possible however, that tbe 'anal Oom< not necessarily tn\olved In the destruction Tran>it Com|?myJ The parti e? oonne. ted < management are nearly Identical, hut the holders are a different twnly; and althe igh il c< slon was to expire If n<< acted upon wtthinl tain p>riod, there was a elnuae to provide Mr 4l <aseof elvil war or other unforeseen difli- i!t<e?i eomjsiny, therefWe, may still be regarded aa haj tangible existence, and It t- probal'le that, whene qmsrtlon of constr?Kt:ng the canal or a p? rfe?U ro?imunkatk>n nemes Uie 1-thmue shall he revltri j*rtles lntereste?l will endeavor tn induce tbe States' government to recognise and enforce their The hasty sketch thus given of the moat ma tr rial of the history will suffice to cheek the erroneous slot! lately eonveved, ev? I by a government ?tate the Boom of Commons, that the scheme for tt ragua Canal was abandoned on the *' ore < caTty. Of cmurse, after their repulse on Oiii the A met leans suffered It to remain anee, because the profits and facilities < t? 'rary transit ronte then oonstktcted their otoe discussion of tbe can si plans, moreover, would I crrased the c^starlee in the way of getting r CUyton Bulw% treaty, which, so long ss it exi I render impracticable the annexation of tbe eoui, its conversion Into slave Watee. It Is evtder I whstevrr may have been the can?e of the tfj bestowed by the Vingtlsh cabltallsts and the l>c I tnmcnt on the Americnn company? who Op H ied of their rebuff had unquestionably acte I faith, and the \ slue of whose offer has Me- o been strsR'l by prai'tical esiierissioe ? It is ma*jily to s<quencee of that treatment that all Uie alarming whleh the Central American question has since r are duo. Tbe |tub!lc may be reminded ? tlist no new inference, but that such a #as (br be inevitable at the time when rolltlcians and c^ hoeght the anxieties expressed upon Ibe sunje 1 tog ether unworthy of their regard. TUT AMERICAN QUESTION TN IMHI U tr the Flcm?? of Common*. on th? 27th of 'J M.<" t <? .i;?l ? 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