Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 5, 1856, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 5, 1856 Page 2
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domed Joeeph Wright A Co.'? bills for ?26,000, I ad th ry also are involved in the nin. Altogether, Wright A Co. owe ?!X),000, to me?t which the arall ?ble awe ts are only about ?3,000. Lowe A Lane's liabilities are ?39,000? namely, bills bad or ques tionable, ? 10,01)0; endorsed ou Wright's bills to Norms, ?25,000 j part of Wright A Co.'s debt to Harriot A Co., Liverpool, guarantied by Lowe A Lane, ?18,000; open debts, ?16,000; total, ?00,000? the total a*?eU being only ?4,000. These debts are exclusive of ? .'6,000 on bills that will be paid. Of four other firms of thinners whose stoppage results from the above, it U said that the liabilities of one firm will be ?50,000. The Liverpool cotton market] had undergone no change, ml?1 the business was to a moderate extent, prices closing firm. The sales of the three days amounted to '21,000 bales, 'including 2,000 to specu lators, and 4,500 to exporters. BreaiktuCs generally were ? firm , an J a moderate business was transacted. The better grades of flour exhibited a slight improvement, but tlie lower grade* had a declining tendency. In wheat the better grade* hid advanced Id., wt^le other descriptions were about 2d. j>er bushel lower. Com was firm, but triusactions were i The neither was unsettled. !kef and pork were in rather better demand, but the quotations were without change. Bacon in ] .united re quest, at firmer rates. Lard wholly un changed. All other articles as quoted by the Ara bia. Trade at Manchester was steady. Consols f r money closed at Our London Correspondence. I/O.vrwN, July 22, 1666. Whv it to Succfd Ciwnptdn ? Propotalt for th' Statement ij ifl t ''t Ural American Qwt'iin ? The l*.urrtc4ion in >f ?Great Lou of Lift ? O'l' nw.ll TrtumpKt?Mihxl Immw. There will probably be a debate, or at least a dis--u? sin , this evenin g. in tbe Hou.se of Commons, on the rota lions between Kagland and tbe United stites, Mr. Gib ton having given notice he should put a qusstion to thw government as 1o when a -accessor would be appointed 10 Bvct wd Mr. Crampton at Wasbing*on. The news broigfct by the Asia is, however, so satisfactory as re gards the feeling n the Stat ?? towards Kagtacd that no apprehensions are frit as to anything violent or of a nature to indicate a rapt'. re. Tbe proposals ot the government of Washington for a at-uii oiet.i of the Central American question, as mate tbrot.ph '.ta orpan here ? Mr. Dallas? have transited. and are regarded as satisfactory. The ab-orbing topic ia still .n political circles, the coup c'ai and insurrection in Spain. The win* piracy for upsetting Fjparterc wa.- g?H up by O'Ponnell, backed by the Queen The insurrecuon is not, however. by any wieaLP over. Ssragos.-a holds out a- head quarters of the Etparte r?t? and a regular tunta has been formed there Of Ks parte ros whereabouts there ia mystery. Some sty be in a priaoner at Madrid, other- that be is -afe at the Ksgli^h Enibasfy. and other- again that be was -?at out of Madrid v.'er a slrx.g escort of cavalry. The^tele graph cc-RiuuL.catiotis are partly mterrujaed. so that grave events may have taken place not yet known in Ixtccn or Par*. At Mail i id lighting was -evere, no le*s than 1 0W men are reported to have been k.Ik?d in the streets nrral Narva* r and other S|?tmard* ot dis tinction here, left Paris iur Spain. The .-panisij Mmistry as it now eaist--, is comjiosed as follows : ? President or tbe Council ' I'Donaell. foreign Alu.rs Pastor Diaz. Ptnuice Cantero. Public Work- Collado. Interior Riua Uoiaa. Giare and Justice Luzuriag*. Marine Pedro Bivar;4r t?en ha icon, a war in friend of E*partero'?v U at i),e bead ot the Junta at dbragosia. Yoe w"fl "*?-.? by tLe tone of the proc'.amai "n is-milr'at ~*raro--t that some re??tan<< may b? expecty, al lhnl cl!y Tuere is a rumor that Louis Naples favored me n-iug. U origi Bated, probab y, in ft.e fi t of two French men of war being tent to fc^cflona. and of French troops b-in ordered to tb? .-|?ui-fc fruutier Tbe Ot location of the Kmperor of Russia, at Moscow ! 30U, 0r .August. it is said that tbe fortieth article of the Greek con-t.'a tkiii baa been revoked. It stipulated tliat the -u essor rt It ire (Mho was h?nn.i to be n member ot tbe Greek Ibitli If tikis revocathn is true. Prtnco Lui pold. next Inlin to utbo, ?ni iiwcMd h.in Prlaca LiMfM, of llsvar.a. like bis youug'-r brother Adalbert, bal re:u?eJ to join tbe ?fre.'k oofesston. i.reece is still trifoeted by brigands. The rot is round Athrt are not salt*. Sarriit..a and Prorria will j Sn the i on.mi.-si n tu settle tbe altairs ol the P*nu,?i*i< Pltociiixlitie* A telegraphic despatch fr< tu Cou-ta* : n^p! ? tatel t'.ie 11 th in>Ubt. .-ays ? The Seller if Abdai M ?it?lM, alio eu'teavurel to 0; po?e the a??':Biptinn of office by the [ er oit aj>p -;nti ! by tbe S'. borne I'ortj U> socseod him m he gorernorah.? of Mecca ba< been taa 'n prisoner b> tU? iinpenai Tte ?r,i..e jrovin-'e ot litf'i.iaz enj >yi the in.-t per .set twqaFMty Tbe M iiis'eni have eaten their annual dinner of whit bait at <-re<r.*.cb, am I'ar^ament will i>- pror gno4 o? tbe utth or 2?th Some a lusi- u wiil |*obably l?- made m lb? <ju?.eo a ^p??e^h lo the Am-ric*u <| nation. Tbe Queen pioi-o'ei paying a visit to tbe K.ug of Pur togal at l.wbfib T'.e royal yacl.t \ toriaand A.barthas been acuta tbe I ay of I ?ay and Ua k on a trial trip. Q'i^n Vii : ?ria w '.I be ftcnrlsd by a tl'^t of screw ti n of war She will then it irelar ! an I th< a<?e pmc ?l to iiaiMimal. A Tirt is i|ua?[. o: t > B.-r>m at a later i? nod. C'nr f*nrt? Cvrrr*pon<l?n(r. {?.tlio. July -41. Uti ItCUr ft rm Emprmr in !hi l.< t 1* atUMU ? li .V/#m , Imsmrmh SO, COO French Cj ilry P .'j < i(l \*l to tk* Fr< n'tir ? -r?< Krmtlutirrna' i .twitm on 'A H>un*n A b> Fran ? T%' ffait->U?/'r'v<.h !'?. ?(_//<? , van /Wi \ <f , I Tt >? Emperor ha* written ? letter from Plotnbleree, wt t: f ; hijib"'! thi morning in t'i V on tin ?* *<.? of ru< b ( .t ire i - U1 ? .n u the ' <?:! tra! an: tl. : r, : ? a - s * of K,-a.< ?? have j m 'HI tamed fr m it< ate r in ; >r It i-t written wrth t: a r ??? hi. - it, ter ... . *. :.t di-tin giuete- t>i li%nt) ? r'iBipo ittuM, act I lie&oea, in ? very lang ' V form t '?*? .. lut </- %r U !'? ?<? j tmn'.r It -bowa that they arc the r.?t>.r?i coaaoqoaaca not ol the r?,n -*Ut. tt sornJa uj>m the plaina?w'iish, before .1 ran rail* lb# kvet of tbe nrtrt, ma-t flr?t permeate by ana uegreaa through the mm!? b it of that ?h ti la', in aj<>n the mo'intamr. front ?!iim barl an t rorky firface II rn'heti down tn torrent* into the rirer? wh <*h it apeedtly overflow" Th" name fact to ol><erv?J ta our daily enperience, remarks tbe Emperor; tt m n x tbe ? a ter ? Licit flail* ii(<?n tbe earth Ui it till* the gat krf ai.d ' Ix kfi Bp the drama, but that ?bicb corn >? open the houaetop, wt truce it dea< en '?> by it* aceuatome I oada.te filling often to overflow ,ta apjumt*! cOanneK Is thi* inaianc^, toe moiolatc*. alreily gorged with aaow. are tbe t.ur*l.p?. and tbe river* the gutt -r* To rrnnl/ tbe ml. that wbtcb nature doe* on a large male mao mart iir.it* e on a lt'?. "If," ?ay? tbo let ter, ''Ui? lake of ' on* lane ^ and tb? I.tke of fJeoeva ii-t nit e* rt, tte vaileya of the Kbtna and Rhone woaild ?e t?o va't fbecta of water j fir every year tb *?? take* w.ib<>nt any eitra?r>linary fal of ratr baretb? r ? ??<?? ra.??t twr, <n threi iwtrea '? The letter tbea |n?' .? to ? ail p' ? p. itt nir ii t> a r"p->rt draw i i. i?ii; oy M. < ?>u iri. n -r r ly I ity '? la M*urthr, which [> nt-: out the a-lvantaitM ierivvt Tor tie bu Jr< l and nrty year* from Uie dike or em baakment of Pinr.ay, c -?<tr .it?l - Ktl " I wtub aay? tlie Kotp er< r to the Mm.'W .f l1 ... i Work- t > ? bow. u. * I ? T.t ? wp" ?.!> au tr.- -d. tt,.. ty. lent to be Uken into con?, leratioo by tbe aM^t m n > your adminmtration and tbat moreover independently of the raeervotr* ?hteli murt be made oo all the chief pugu :r.enared, a moat < yt r-ver ? mi nr to that e "tm/ at Roil ebonld be ronetrijrted at I.yon \ wbi< b could ii'H tail u> >e alike a<l vaaugeoiw m aaeniing tbat towa from lutura iB iodatioae, and, at tbe name tinae. ta a<lUin( to it* Military ftrenfth." A docoiaent of tble kind could ?"t apj." ?r at a mere bOBrenient aoaaon, f >r tbe inaitr recti on |,n fpaiB hue caused as agitation of tbe public jBtod wbicb a <?uatry gorerned like France cannot^ j pertence without darif r. Ibe Mrmii'nr, II I* true, mtke^ be following announcement th a momiag, but men, nit withstanding, abak* their bendg. Tlie ?nak<> mv. be ?rote bed without being killed ? Tbe hew from -|w ? ? r ? .- ?.? A ?-terr%t?b<c d?? pa?' h ?f the i> th had already announ<-<vi n,*t ir?n<iiiili y waa oompletaly -?t?l. i.-l at \t? ind, ta?i t>... went wae a active o|?<r?t -<t *n 1 tnn .. n tl|(1 tin m waa free, un tbe n'->'u nK or tlie ldt', * ? ,. ^,.n. ?aa feared al Ban elci a, but th-i attit , I <?f t , . tr ,?tM ?neovrage.1 every one -ne gr M" t 'It. w ?era eollw-t. d ,o tha t-iwn w-re ?:-.*iily , ,. \ ,, we learn tl ?? * tbe 1Mb iraou n.iity w*. i^rie. t y . u lie bed, and tbe V*t,?n?l I, i?r l and - ' ?t Prom ^ba'tlen. on<t -r data the I J,h, wo i ?r th ,t >>?? tMertr telegraph Ml DO* bet* "in "??' r ty ; *?'lrW, iriumentar ly int-rr i;<ed by- tl, > dut - Harigoaea that Wavaere B! ?eay IM ?>?H>o?ra *?- . n tbat tbe courier and tbe d itgantea (root Mill net arrived w, Hi iut?f- Ire t1 itibo t'a .jiio <.w u ?r waa at fladela wltb ?ev*ral batt-.l r,0? Tl?re wae pi aew? front Haragoann ' the 'JOth tii Uie . i rt at i r >.t h?.i laid down their arm ? \> ' t.!, j. ,, ?i ? bad reanme'l their ordinary oc-upati >ne write* the Mtmfir* r But t!te oftt ial ?rti > tn* ,^< ?rt.m?u! gff twt Ml ?co;tUt4.? tt.tb tbii ;pvfflt recunty. Thq Minuter t>C War has nom.nally ?ct.t <6.000 cavalry to the lrontieri, but it Is known that. mor# than double that amount Is l?r r the aggregate of fo.-c* ihapatched. Special Messengers tava boon plying three and lour times a day between l'ar i aod I'tomli.eres. n vailing the Kmperur s privacy, aud sadly iterter ug with hia .\la.resty s hydraulic studies. A private letter which I bave received fiom Saragossa speaks in very forebod.ng terms ol the future of -paiu. which, "it t'*ys, .s n<<t likely to Bubmit to Uie dictatorship ol o'LVuuell. The manufactur ing tow ris are described a-' being to a man la favor of a republic, but as rangmg themselves under tbe ban jer of Kspariero, for tbe iireaeat, m opposition to that of O'Don neU. Tbe wavering wad tndtclsivc ch*ra:ter of tho for tuer is unquestionably ;u lavor of U Ilonnell, but the Court is fo utter'y contemptible in the iye? of the middle classes, that if to parte ro does not lead the movement ?gaimt it and O'ittunell, other leaders, ol a more ultra character will speedily be found. 1 fiilt have reason to Uninc, as 1 stated :n some former letters, that the Pmperor Napoleon hail never more need of looking to ?' e mettle and temper of his machinery than at th.s moment. There is a feeling ? as yet, If you like, ro,b>;?ger than a man n hand ? of dissatisfactiou, o; murmur and complaint abroad, which any such mcident ah a revolution in Spain mighi eauso to buret forth in tlsme and Are. Tin-.--' secret societies which XI. Disraeli allode.l to n the Hi use ol Commons, in his recent speech ou tbe Italian question, battle every ingenuity ol tbe police to circumvi nt end so subtle is their 0|>erati0ns, U.at th- poli-e themselves, who are sent to watch, return from their ii sn.cn secret members of the society tbe.v asued forth to observe, deco> and denounce There are at the present moment three several sets of ]>oiicc agents, each looking after the other; aud whenever the j history of these times comes to be fairly wr tteu, a ta << will be told which < annot but read strangely amoug the | ai uals of the boasted jberty ot the nineteenth ceu ury. Ihe poyernmi nt ol France, iu fact, what with a flnancnl crisis hanging over it like a pall, w Lai with a jouLg Pretender statidmg by. holding in his hand a parliament ary cliarter combining in himRell the elective aui} divine right principle ; and wh.it with the peninsulas of Spain and Ital) in the very throes of revolution, i? much in tho condition of a man -mok.ng a pipe on a barrel of gun (owdcr. It may escape, but Ui : danger is imminent. The new Ambassador at length determined upon by the Court of St. IVter-bi.ig to tha' of tie' Tut'ori** ? Count l'aul I-euntrovttch KUsaliff? most not be confounded with the gentleman ef the samo naine who fo-merly represented Kussia, and at the breaking o^t of the war between the two ccuntries received Ins passports. The present Ambassador was born in Moscow, iu 1*88. con.se foqueutly is t* years ol age. He tougbt at Hylau. at Fried :.ml, at Moscow and atUiesi. ge of 1'aris. Iu isl5,he\.as kid ik camp to Alexander I and on bis return to Russia was named Major <len? ral of the stall of the Army of the South, commanded by Fiel*. Marshal Count Wittgeustein. Alter distinguishing hiutself during tl;e war of 1S'?8-1W, M. de Kis.alill raised to the rank of Lieutenant Ge neral. was placed at the head of the at my ol occupation ol the 1 anubian IVovinces, aud chirked to govern tneiu n the .|iu?l!ty of 1'reMdent Plenipotentiary of the divans i.i Wailathia and Moldavia. He conducted h.m elf Willi ?o much p. adence and equity, that a statue \va< erected to him at Bucharest. In the month or April, 1814, M. Kiasalilf ic-turned to St. l'eters but g, aud wu appointed a member of tli? Council of the Umpire, and subiequently Minister of the Imperial domains. M Oicvaga, the Spanish Minister at the French Court, left ! arits on Saturday, for the K?ux Bonnes. His depar ture ban bee n lixed lor the 14th, but was delayed by the recent events in Spain. l"rinc? Masari, who commanded the tireek 1' gion iu the Crimea incor]porated in the Kus lanaimy. .s now in l'ar is. The .V<,nUcur contains the ct'u tal announces en' by the Kus?i*n govern tnent or the csublathment of cu-tom houses at I'erekop, Jeuitehesk, and the brtilge ol T' hau iar, with the view ol preventing the introduction by contraband of goods into Ktissia l'rujar 'r?>m the Crimea. In the Paris corn market, during tho past week, prices wen tirra, and on Saturday, the 19th inat., a slight ad vsnce look place, the price being 101 francs the sack of Ifo kilos, the kilo being rather more than two pouuds. The stale of the croi>* has ^iven rise to continual disputos ??t the Halle during the week, but from information iu >.-t aoithy of oonBd?'oce It would -?^in that the harve-t, so lar, has been inditlerent in the Suulu, medium in the ceu tral deiiartnents, bet promises to be abuudaot iu the Heat < e and the B rue. In the east, west and northern departments the appearance is excellent. The Presidential cooler t iu Uie I'nited States is watched Willi great eaxerners on this side of Uie Atlautlc. As the pros) ecu ol t okxi* * I Fremont brighten the diplomtuc ol tlcnis are observed visibly to lengthen their visages, for the greater pari, if not all, (Irmly count upon retaiiuug their occupations, should the mantle ?.| Pierce fall U|s>n Uu iUuimi. iu th<' .n lei est of Ametica, ou tuis groi^d, if i n w other, it in to be hoped that Col. ^'h-naont is to ->.ic ceed lor it is high lime that tfca contetupliole set who n> w I. old <4h.;e and tlie Amera^tn name in every oi.rtcf i-uro ie I'tK?uld make way for better meu. Ame 1 H 'l" uvir.g abroad segh lor tbe time when '.uey miy leel pr< nil ol Ui> ir co .nliy in the |>er.-ons ol their represent* tive, wi?en they u.uy see amba- -atlors in oifi,:e manly i noi.gh vo be courteous t > all, anl iudepen lent enough to hold their cun. even though some itch puppy ot an Aue: : ;i an c*l .en, constantly resident abroad, may, on the >treti(th of a well furnished house aud table, think tit to ut> rlt-re with tLem. IDE CLMRAL iflERICAI qCESTlOS. the Ylitual S? Mlriiu iit of Iht Central Am>'. tltnti DlIKi nlllr?_*>m'?>lon of (lit U.iy ot IiIuikU to llonrtuia*? uf ihr I n?l? rlorul*', ?Vc., <Vi . From t ie lAbdott TIhm, .July 1 0 ] It U % uij't'i rl the ?itt ety ix'.enbd dom-nlou ? ti U Wr< at rt: ta n Lw acquired that we aouM coot in u a v becait- at" c t u gr-at diaputw compare ? ./ 1 ui?- tb? to I'rauce i? a >rr?i?t i'">*?r but its ? .? ( n in K ?'?iia a iiU('o< e. n? Cai tv 1, (Lc f i-t an.. lb- pafv ? |<; Tartary. hut m.V ?! h ?r rsut.tl?U er.ij . e i ? b*s tor tore* i> irih* o. tU'! ?i .-1 t.o t\ E . '-n the l'u:t<il sut.-- ? m i'i e li.tui*<"<a w_o"/ lu thc.r r Jit aul <!????? v tt< Ki * M'or.d. B I iht) p-ii.t.cal ' ? ation* cf t! .* rr-.ury way be c*ii?-a piaii-urr W< sure ream . :;i : ti'. a ?ar fought oat iu Camp* ac I A-;a tl tb we bear of probable di-turt>?n> <?-; ut to* extretiii 1.1 fit A ft ? n-o arc CDfased in warm ?i re )? r. g tli ' ? -i t.'* of Oi.tia' \n.rrica iad ;b? 1 o i iiu . a:, n bitwtrn 1 1.* two great oc*aDa wiix b .t divide*. It 1 ai.boi be w nder-<i, therefore, tbat our i?ople. e*c-j>t ? ban roast*! by Um eliatco -f a rujitur* with mm uvtl lad M^-e p?y o. tiitUe attrition Uitcese territorial ?pie* .n I... t, ?uat are lirat lata matter- to tbu poll) ? iai.a 01 i>th? ' u .t. i.14 have fr< m balut b?* . m" it nf te toi i<iar)' iu crest to c .rtcve* II" j-v. e . en ;a the ???t .. |' it* * tb Arn?t a, tb<- right* aru liour >tate-m?a re <? to < fu>\ anl the gro a 1* ou whicib ib.y build their r<a?oai*s, ait iar ltsa ofe-llef*.! than liio ?'una<- {U"aet"< of a rupture I>a tbc one baoJ, or tte ev;i uf a to?> uuk (Mi eaai 4. ot. tin: otber the universal : ?eluif 1a tbat tlie territeral qut?.uon, wbateviir tiie Amei ic iaa m?y ilnok ? fit. '? o! very ?roai: mportatiaa t) ii?> wUi iq muiy other ; url? uf Ibe E.o?>e Uave raattera ot m ich mora a< rltuoHMin wi It d> tiian l our ?.are. to prttiurreat or e thi> i?ac?. of the ?orll and o\r owa boaor U tbj "ii.y x- -ii 01 tlio li itli<h |>eop;*. I ha AaxTiraua may l?' aal.l to he brought Into intimit ? f<oillic?l r< latioita w th hoigian l alone of all th<; g <vit low erf. lieoce a iliplomanu campaign against thl? coun try ia a vrnt for all Ibe <ceigy <1 the Wi-atern pMiticlaox, ami m kicked u|>on M au Wailing source ot' p<iputirlty win n p*ny coinbmat 0111 are proc??- lio* unfavorab'y a' bou.e. fki vme Kng!.a>d witb her n. i 'lCariooa on'xrn oatii.ot levote I, r attention. y?ar alter y-ar, lo tUe-e ?quab> !<?? a^>t m (?ly too g *<i t? btve done w tb tU 'rn 11 any editable t'-rm it bal been aai I thr itn? country bat followed ti?<> m'.rb a policy of coctvvmoa t^ inroml ?-d ?n 4t1- U t It,*- ouly- -er.. nt-p ;tr tlio kil l of late y?'ai ? rf^i?"ting tb - ilnue .in'l >-i b< oMrt- ua*e be?n?etf. lb -ao.j and tb ia 1. w ?tie d< ubt tti*t tin ife?" fit t.:' it ?? tuiy a'-ocori.e k>a<i 11 . /' .s *?fl buoam. Ui' rea-e lhre i'i?-l .1 ? mM.-l. tn<' rgbt of Kn^'.aod to the Mc^/.e terrtlorjr. to tbe B?/ Inland*, and to the prot?%torate over the MotqiKO In 'i.ano Now. a? K .? in referenc e to ttt? treaty of ix* * tbat the diw uaab'a baa ?rt?eu, it ifay be aa ??ii !? call t > mtnd tbe m *ive? wbi .b led to Uiat treaty aa.1 the npirit in tabu b It ?a' ntecluied. Iu atogle ohiect wa to p-e ?erve tte ri?mui . al.'^n bet w "en tb" ooe?n froni the ? *clu?:vr pre(>on<i<'rai>ce >t ? Uier C ?wer Th! rir ?r Ji;i Jcaa ran tbroagh icaravua territ'wy, but it ? moitli ara^ in tbe land ot tbe Mo>o ntiea. Mw.Mrlnr * ? ? :h. reat b'gba-ay b<-twe?o 1. <?t antic iridti"!'. ribc; bat aa Kng!and proterteltbe M.^qntnea a'almt Xk a-agna. and America prr l?W Xicara/ ia a<ain>t ib? Wna^uttMa, there ??" much ? bacce of inarre.iltig ? nd r,o pro* p. ? t of :.?':t?-..;tjr fl?ne? treat/ provided? and it baa certainly been a great gain? that wl-ber country *bouid oceopy th-a cta<? or ac4|ii re sovereign right* on it The prohi ?tt'.on wit ex ten-led to wha: .a called Central America X >w. i? mi.t t?e plain tbat a treaty cum lud- d tor to* purixiae o' obrw ttrg <t|W( iiltita U'?he traffic of an Ihmu* and tbc eon ttnruoa of a ahip > anal mu?t lie admitted a- evl<l?i?re of the meaning lo be Mtacbed to anything that appear* doubtlut in ita prorieiorL' Ibnce. even wore tbe frtn of the doeumeni lew preciae. it mtiM be do'tbtful wh ? tb?-r BrHifh negrtiatw ro*M be hell a? intending to de prive thru ? nuntry of rigbta ?bi'h it bal exerci?ed for tbrec fonrtba of a ceatnry But it may. we thnk.be rbown tbat in tbe ?u?*wo?i of Belli-, the text o the treaty M wholly on Uie aide of IJiglaiKl, tha' With her protartorate over tbe Moa-piilo coaei It* provaion* do not interfere and that with r f*r<i to th<? Bay Mail*, the iiieai'oa la cne ?! fact, and balonga exclu?ively to tbe telaiioo* between < r--at Britain aud tb? Aaie <>' II >uin W. With i-enpert to IV-Mxe there can he llttie aaid. In the treaty Kagiand bind* b*r*elf not to occupy or ac .'lire any y in ( eatral America. Tba c!*w baa, of nourae, ? pro?pi <-tlre ?'gnu. cation and cinm* fnf ? niw b? held to apply to Bella? or Brftiah Hon iara* which ha? h?*a ao atd'onbted po->?**aioa of the B iU<h Crowa for bi) year* 8 it, if ereu that were donbtfii, the matter .? taken out of the Juri*di< lion of the troaly by ttie .?iinple fb?-t ttal HtMre ia not n ''*ntral A?->ri<-a at all, but to'an part of Mexico, with wh.ch republic Kiul ?nd haa treat" I con. erntng it in recent tim"* Aa to the Vfoi | nto torrl tory. England haa not vlo^ate-l and will not violate the tr? aty .""he w II not occipy or colon *e the co-intry. or e- tabliah any millUry porta Hut the protect >rat? which fnr a oetit'iry and a half toe ha* exorcised orer the M<*<|nttn Indlaaa remain* ontooched by auy le git, mate conatroction of the treaty With r?gvi to tb? fcy Wanda, mati riiliy tho nto*t worth le?a of I be three territoriea, the rlglit of Oroat Bittam appewra to na more do-ibtfnl not however from the cperation of the Clayton Bolwr treaty, hut from the inn'.flW tency of tlie claim wbi"h wa po<*.>?ae I to the *0 \ ereignty prerloua lo that aattlemcat legally we coo ret re that Knxland man I* or falla by the rightfoln?aa of n.-r claim to tibe laland* at againot Bpata and Spain * ane caaaor, tbe itata of Honduraa If we have no hi'inoae ia Ruatan and Bonacca, then it is for Honduras to. ran* the qoeaaon, and the muter m .at be aattlel between the two ? onntrlea. Tba I'nlted (Hataa bare no ground of m terft-renca, lor I ngland haa not attmnjrtad to actulre or to ?-oloni*e the** island* atnoa ISM, hit held them before that 1st* If than. Honduras ware to sdm ? tbat we W??e tha rlfbtr 1 1 owners before 1*50. tia ? lie ' ? ? ? r. n them row and. wmverseiy, * y of ll?n l ira* most r*at on bar torm*r right*, and not on any l oqrtruc lion of the treaty of 18#0. We eansnt but feel thai the ju* tie* of tb* Brltlab on atroctifin hte been acquis**" ed In by tie government of tha 1 nil >d Mate ? when we l"arn what are the propoti lions which Mr n*i'is *, It Is snid, empowered to mtke, He wM, if ?e are c rrr? t'f l?ft)rm*d, prr, /; '."-.'V >f m j in gt (i p 't pert MUbf .Vfcnvmi tonrtkniv, rtstriing to the nj'Utiic fit Coj/a Jtu? {V rtjW ? f mm, throuyh it and through iuch portionaofthe river San Jaan as ma y be uooamarjr: *bc MokioKo Indians to clear the mcuth ol tbe river San Juan .mi* the town; bat their right i to b*' iriaranteed, ami au annuity for a term l*id to their chitis; the Bay Itlanif to be rettortd to the ?Sia-e vf Iftmdurm, but Belize to roojam a British posses sion, with the samo territorial limits as in 1850. By this arrangement tc? mery* ow separate proUt!tir*U ?/ Ike Muii/uuoen int'> uhal may tte c aU*& a titneral AMtri an firvtutorale, and ice give up the Bay Ji lands, to which a OttuJU'iry Mcuvatten had <ji\xn u* an uncertain an I ttiU f/u<Juntd t laim. On the other hand, wc avoid ui^mg the United States to abrogate the treaty of I860, which would expose this part of the world to many evils, which the treaty, inconclusive as it may appear, has dis?i[ated. We tully establish the neutrality ot Central America, and raise a moral prohibition against any In ture filibustering or annexation. That we lose anything material by such an arrangement no one can bolieve; but sttU the arrangement should bo clcarly understood to be a compromise, in which this country does not give up its construction of the treaty, but only makes concessions corresponding to those ol the American government in abandoning its own extreme views. A fifth point in the proposal of Mr Pallas is that the Central American status i- hail make grants similar to that promised by Bond t ran respecticg ar.y actual or prospective plan for a communi cation between the two ocean.- if the consent of these republic!1 can be obtained to such an arrangement it will, co do. li t, be a great advantage to the cause of civi'i rat on, and cause us less to regret the temporary dille rencts which have ended in such a result. Important from Spain. THK TKIPMI'H OF THIS QITKKN AND O'nONNELL IM MA Dh 111 ? THE COKTES AT AKRASON ? WAR AGAINST ISABELLA, KTC. [From the I/indon Times, July 21.] The Madrid <.axrHe, of July 'JO, publi-hes the text of the resigLaiicu which the Puke de la Vittoria had sent to the Queen, in adcition to his intimation, lira voce , la-her Ma jesly to that cllect. It is thus couched:? I Mabam? The shattered state of my health does nA permit roe to any lender perform tbe Iucti6>s nf President of your Council rf Ministers. Will your Majesty deign to relieve me of ihat ] ositlon. slid I Khali he. grateful for it hs tbe greatest favor jour Majesty can confer on m* ? May the Almighty guard liming long years the Important life of your Majesty! I have the houor to be, Madame. your Majesty's moitf devoted strvai t, BALPOMKRO ESPAWTKKo. An extraordinary Go'ettr. was published on the Nth. with the decrees of the Queen accepting the resignations of the Puke of Victory and the other Ministers, with whose lojalty, ;eal and patriotism her Majesty declared herselt highly satisfied. Other decrees appcinted Messrs. Leopold u'l onntll, Count of I.ucena, President of the Council N'lcomedes 1 'as tor l is/. Minister of I orcigu Af fair" Pedro liaynrri Minister ol Justice; Jose Manuel Col lado Minister Of Public Works and of the Colonies: Anto nio de los Kios Rosas Minister of the Interior; and Mauue Cantero Minister of Finance. In tbe absence of M. Luzu riapa, V. ltlc IV .-as is to direct the Department of Jus tice, and Gen. 0'l<onnell to take charge of the Ministry ot Marine until the arrival of M. Hayarrl. By another decree the Queen accepted the resignation of M Cayetano Cardero, Civil Governor of Madrid, and ap pointed in his place M. Manuel Alonzo Alvarez, former Minis er ol Public Works, and member of the Cortes. The new Ministry, immediately after its formation, sent to the Queen the following address :? Madam ? The Ministry presided over by the Duke de la Vit toria having been dissolved In cooseijueuee ol rtUfereaees which have nroki-n ou- in it, and the direction of public iiUklrs having been cotiMileil to the rcsponsi lie Ministers who have now the houor to submit the present statement to yoer Ma jesty. the lirst duly ot the Cabinet was to consider with caliuno<M and Impartiality the situation la which tiie nation is placed in conseqnecce of tlie fatal and com plicated concurrence or Innumerable causes, past autre cent, which places It in :i situation mure serious hud tno.-e perilous th.in it lias teen reduced to during the present ceu turv To the excitement of passions, the shock of interesis, ana the struggle of parties which accompany and fohew the appearance ol all political revolutions, aie added. Madam, since the triumph of ihe movement ot July. li\M, the absence of systcniatlr political and a tralnisirative legislation, the re new. il aad die i hangc ol all Ihe public tnm t:i>aarli's. ihoaccu mulation at' iiuesiuni* of gr> at importance, either on account ol then mm Kil and icIikIouh aspect, ibe dyaaauc wai' recom menced iu the province of Arrag..n, ihe enulemy. scarcity , and continued disturbance of public order in every part of the monarchy. In orn r to complete this sad picture, Ma'Jj'j, the lata imurrecilons. of au emltieTitly social ci. ..racier, whii-h have aiW.<-t?l ihe peai-eable ns |D tile centre of liie peninsula. ba\e ' like a pla?ue Into other provinces ?u Um- ruaxt nal in the interior, it was in vain. Ma 'am laud ^ ,s * ,H.t avoual 10 make)? it was iu valu thai th"; < CUSitUieat Cortes, in ilielr intelligent furesmbt, aad the cabinet ? hick have retired, with zeal and patriotism endea vor' d to elte< k tlie increase and spread of theee evils and ot these illKirders. Neither the prc<ence. the amimrity, the co o|>e: ulmn ol tlw i'.iriutnient, nor ihe usenl the f?w?r which, o the last moment of its exis enee. remained with the late ministry, nor the suite ot sieve maintained or eslsblirtied on ih<- cu at territorial zones, nor the anion of military ju<;i.-e an plied l>) the impristiui law ot necessity, have licen ?blc Inin ertotorc esiablish rxdltlril and socuildlselple. preserve public latao'. and conso ?fau- man nil order for any length of time. Tli v crisl*. Ma lum, evidently ili-mmds a < liauge of sys tetu In the ;-ov eminent ol the* Male; it leiju.re* a policy (4 unsm and eoncihatUto l etweea all men and towards all tia* | artles which exist in the cnes'itiiuonal mnuarcliy . it cjlU for a .iUf' a <1 etticieiit reprennloa of all' the elements wbw-h .igltale in ih?' depths or work on the surf tee ol society; It tei|Uire?. Innimrt, Madstn, ibe con entraiiun an t the tiruu unity ? >l li e pul ls- inc.* er, exercising siiiiult?ineou?ly its action on ail i>ait.? M itli prudence but with vigor, in order that tliat act:??n n:;ght rest< re |t? I o?t spring to the principle of author!. y. lo 'he luu ? their respect, to the citizens the guarantee of llieii iii?>st snrred right', to the (topic moral order, and to the mon ariby inieuuii peace. It war in iu> o her manner that, under circumstances incom par blv lexs inpi rloiu and diDlcult. it was pos-lble, Madam, bo h In .'"pain m i shroait, to save society from dissolution, end nationalities !rom ruin The ?overi.m?*iit. Madsin. encoungas the (Inn hope that, harks to the mean' wiilck It proposes to your Majesty, sml o o-liers *lncli it has not now pointed on*, owing to tlie histe in which It su' nuts lies statement to the high eons deration o. voi r Ms.c>t>, it Mill he b'e prom! tlv to aiiafn the to *u b.' h us evi rtHius tend and In which are sumtc l up the nii sl'acied tl e nmsi im(>ei lout snd tbe most vital of the du - . I a coiistiluted |>OWer J When It tball have attulmd it with tb? ftivin tide support of public opinion, energeisslly prnnoaaeed In it* tavor n will I <1.1 1 not lf?s iitipei I ? tli.i ip: !?' tsblishlng normal or let- slid s -ihmlttiug Its con luct to the Jtidyti ent ot the Cor'i ? r> li|.otisly praclising III the admlnis trstinnof the state and in if* relations with the Partlsment the lir nciples <d respect for the Isw snd lo\e of liberty which hale licet! 'be ol . ?? ol Ihe worship ol your pre-ent a !vis. rs during their whole I Vist. nee. Anuriited by ihe?e sentiments, snJ foundlnir o tr conduct m lb. ?e re i-oris, w e h.i?e the honor respeetftilly to su >tnt for yo ,r Msjest) s sppiobattoa 'be folkiwing decree, and sub scribe ourselves, w -tli the pcJut respect, yo u Majes'i 's mc-t dnotcl ler - sr's, LKtiPOLD o DOXJfKIX. N'lCOMKI)K!< P VSTttlt MAZ, MAUI Kt. CAM KK<?. AXTONIO DK I.?>S It lOt V ROSAS, jo?r m tsiKi, r>K coi, la no. Tbe al>o\e dixument. when published, was followed by tbe itdlowlhg royal decree ? Ctaslderlng the extraordinary etrcumst.ince. InwimMhe n.ei.ar>-tiy is plttnl. end In conformity *:tii *h?i h*i n ppipoe. ?l to tue by my ?'?e*ncii ?>i M meters, 1 ticcnrt* a* tol km- ? Ar\ I. a:i the provinces of the Pen luiaata 'lie a i,.?e nt are <ti'r|?red tn n <??*<? of ai>-*e Art i f he < aputlae General of Pruviaeea will r*? ime and ? i else duriag la* "'ale ol atcge tbe r\ir?orJtwarv powci Will. Ii 111 such ? ?!?'? era stlrlbn'rl In tiieni ?? v !.**'>* ral regulations of the army, and (he law* iiip provUiou* hi v!*j r. Art S. The priniMtl ?iii rmir m account to th- < orte* oi it-? uac uu I ?i i . <:*tlon ot tli' -e aitrBordliiary puw ? TIIB iil'KKM i wm terslgat !-\nn'.io nwi Rich r Rosas Mini* er of tbe luteiior. !? ormpwMce of the I/? Ion Tmw ] P n*, July 20. 19M. Tlie only sew. from t?pnin at once autheiit <5 a it oi roti:f 10 portanee. that fcti b?en received t?<lay, ll tlntoi I b?> r? toratsoa of t'ao"ulllity in Barcelona and ot thf di*4*rui.Pf: and dl*?olutlon of tho Not "??i fin ird o( th.?| cttjr. This In the tint UMlUftact we bear of tratvpiity having been i!|*turbeU in tb?' capital of Cot ilonia to it i probable that Uie <1 -tarbance which occ?wre4 ye-i-i lay wu Lot very serious. Tb?ro bo<l b<>er an ifcftrrtcti"u ary movement at I a Junqtiero, bi t details are n <t tciren Kr< m pinto sourccs we receive a Tew p?rt' :*r? whirb I .I'vn i ay ha lelied upon. ol recent events al .-ara?oea au<l Ma' ri I From the former p'ace wo learr that. cn fwci.teitf the telegraph' d" ;>at a from O Itonaell ? (Mvernment announcing the change, the CkfMt-tilienil called together Uie civil auttlOHma out! ue ' list* of the Natl >nal G larl v > on*ult w tb Uicoi. aid, after two hours dciiberatioa r? l*t*u ?? w?< retoivrd upoo. A lett'-r from Wand rep'e ?eote the lighting to have been pretty obotiaaie and llto iiluodihcl cowtderabl"' whrn the troopa got t'i^ um?r band. Tbl< wa? to he iporte.l. Toen? wa? no ! ire ?<? twretj the lobiier" an-l V*tion.il?, an I the ?rm<,r were ?o*er to r?". ? n*e tlie hnmiliat'ont of 1V4. Tne U i!<!it bou.il.on of the National (ioard 'probably a port <m m It) def>'ti(le I itaelf lookout. With 8ieU> CuBert. t'i" well kt.own i'K.rnahrt, and when thj troopo o^.'r^*n?e ihi re atotaoce tod Torce?l thetr wny Ifl, ll ti aaid that tbey were not very mer iOiI. The wbok of the ffatlonal* liave li?en dtparaof, w.tb t!i? excej4ioo of two cotnjvini >?. wbtch bad ?i led with the gorernm- t With rflope?tt<)K'ptrW<i. notblBK certain la known. A newspaper My* that ?\er bw reaiftnatitm he left hi* reoldcac* and took <tp hit abode n tho ti"ueo of Malame Gurrea, mother of the 1 -n^ral or thai r.am<< and of bli pr:vate ??? retory. lir.gadier <>arroa. Thl* i< likely enough, but it more than probable that, whilat api arently at liberty, bt la ooder Uic *?rrtilianc> of th?> antborltlee. and haa prhafw had It nt mated to bim that h<> mutt not i?tt Madrid. The *tr>>ti? ^?rri???n of Madrid, the energy of OM?onaeH, aa I b:* '>rt prore.1 iO'lll1?r<,n< e to human HI*, are certainly e ?ran:io? f.?r the continuance of tran iniltty In the ypan-h capttol, b<>t that Bight even yet be <ii*tuf bed by new - ol loiorrw t ?i? in the itovIo'w It mu?t be homo in mmd that in If'.t, when u'fainooll aid Ihile* rorolted with the cavalry and a few companies of ofantry M? dr ] retatlD'>d qoiet, altir gh the military Ihxi? thorn wa* not large, uim word ramoof the rifioga atVaialolll, flkrafNM and elsewhere, t'p to tbls tim* w? have no news fr m tuo proiincea ol Spoln o*r*pt from <'?talnnla and Arr.i*oo. and wt must await farther intelligence befhre we eta form an opinion as to the provable ultimate success nl O'l onn' H'a roup I t ?' Pnvat-1 mf'wmition, difleritif from th? offlrui arorint given by the Madrid Oaf.tf of th" Mini tonal crisis, makes it epi^a*- that laparteros roa.Kiiati'm wa* promptly accreted by the ?^^<?n w:>o forthwith (in lila preeence, it la atid) charg.-d ?) |?nne!l with tho ?or mat ion of a new miul'try. I here ran *caroe!y be a doubt that tbe whole thing wit pre ar ranged and the retult of a plot F<)iartai >. who?e greit weakness and ?i*fort,me It In to believe every man as honest and sincere a* frmself. may tb nk It ImpOMlhlt that the </ocen, who ha* rrp?-ai edly (t?d particularly it 1Vi4i been indebted to him for ker rrown? that the Kliif, who-? life he ooce pre?erv?1? and thtt <i l>ntnetl, who baa *o often r'aai'vi his hmd n ?unity, and sworn In public to the tr tb and eternity of their union, obould < onspire against him; but such will not be the opinion of tho e who know the , haracfr' of the three person* in question, and eap.vniijr of Isabella and tier hutband. t^mrteto amy, and doubtleia has, unl frwrnly kept m view hi* sovereign * real advantage, but, in do?ng so ha itvarttbly ran counter to her ta?te*. The decorum and propriety whichshave of late charaeWrlzod tbe j'pttifli co< rt hare been *ubm tt"d to, hnt hardly re! Isboi] by ?o gay i gooen; who, with no go >d will, beheld, after the rtrwiUM of her old Mehds and in timatos removed (rnm her *l4e and replaced hy p?r*ons wtK*e political and moral 0 karat ter were mire in aocord acco with her own r?ope< (ability and tbe view* of her new adrtaer?, hat who to bor were comparatively stran g.-rs and wholly ntan rplaMe. In Madrid it w i? gen !? rally be^eted that the abti MM. ?*p?cislly since the in ?t revolution, t mortal hatred of the National Geartl, and certtioij Uic conitrajBt and |?rror sbv ucderwcnl j wtr u blockaded la her palace, and when baud* of armed citizens beset the country beyond it to prtfwut hi i escape or that of her nether, were unlikely to inapiro her with a lriendly feeling towards tho civic trcope. Her powers of dissimulation ? inherited from her father, who ever smiled most sweetly oo thoao whoso death or d.tgrace was at hand? are notorious, and Kspartero ought to know her well enough by this time not to be surprised at her turning against bim. The

King has never forgiven, we may be very sure, the re proof* and checks he repeatedly received from the Duke de la Victoria, at a time when lie busily intrigued against his government, and especially at tho period ol tho con spiracy at Aranjuez in the euly i>art of last summer, which wu# quickly followed by & cow pic to cti&ugc in his household, his aides do camp being replaced by o Ulcers enjoying the coniidence of tbo then l*jcmior. That the present crisis was anticipated nud prepared for by o'Donnell is proved by tbe rapidity wilh which Madrid lound itself beset by 18,000 soldiers and sixty piece* ol artillery. Tlie barracks of the capital atlurd quarters to ten thousand men, and the remainder were hold in readiness at Alcala, \ieal\aro, 1/fUM, and oiher ad.iaccnl military stations. Fvery Unug was prciared to make tlie success of the reactionary party certain in the capital; we have still to see how far sub mtssxn has been secured in the province*. Arragou Is tbe point ol most interest and importance Fspariero Is idoli/cd in that province, especially at Sa'agossa, where theie is every reason to btlieve his two lormer aides de camp and steadfast friends, Gurrea and Falcon, are at the head o( the combined troo|>s and National Guards, and where eight} Ave members of the Cortes (inore thau a third ol the whole body) have assembled, and will, doubtless, soon be joined by other deputies. The Arra goneie are a sturdy and warlike race, and the National Guard.', of tragus*, and ol the provinces, have proved en more thun one occasion, that they are good for -ometliltig elto b< sides building barricades when all chance of lighting is over (as in Ma ill nt in 1M>4), strutting and vaporing in peace time, and giving up their arms when troops are sent against them. Moreover, in Arragon preparations have long since been made by influential members of tho liberal party for inch a crisis asJias occurred. From its very morrow the revolution of 1804 was considered a lallure by the Progres vistas. This was repeatedly declared in the private meetings of the chiefs of that party at Madrid, w bo deplored the false pisitiua Kspartero had allowed bimselt to be p'acei in, linked with O'Donnell and others who inspired his friends with no confidence. "It has all to be done over again," they said, ' and the next revolution will be far moro serious than this one." And, ax they would not fly in tha face of Esnartero, whom they loved and respected while deploring his credulity and deficiency in energy, they contented themselves wtlh preparing for the struggle they foresaw. Arrsgon was the prov ince on which they reckoned as a stronghold; ^uragossa was the I'rogresisl* capital, and th< re can ha no doubt that General Gurrea. while Captain General of that province, organized everything lor a form liable resistance when the reactionary party should At tempt to asxume tbe ascendent. One ol his first acts on tikicg the command was to appoint a number or oilicers. ol w I. or c political principles he was unite ccrtiin, to the troops under his orders. This gave rise to angry discus sions with U'Donnell, who, on bis part . much to tbo dug list of the liberal party, was filling up the army with Moderado oilicere, and appointing such treble-dyed traitors as Rob do OUno, Dulce, and Krraho to tbe highest military posts; but Gurrea was lirm, aud his appointments were main taincd 1: is, unquestionably, in Arragon thau the strong est interest now centres. If weakness be shown there, tbe bo[>es of the liberals are at an end in s-pain for the present, and the tuarch of reaction has fairly set in, and will not soon bo arrested. The meeting of the Oorte?at Saragossa is a highly important event, as giving legality to the resistance which may be otlered to the arbitrary power that has installed itself at Madrid. We have seen before now, li cases where the constitution had been vio laud, or Bome great danger threatened the country and its liberties, that the seat of government in constitutional Spain was held to be there where the Cortes were assem bled. It is neither essential nor important (IK their place of tssion should lie in the capital. Tlie Cortes exercised sovereign |>ower at Cadi* ? h-?n the King had abdicated in favor ol a usuro** uia nearly u._ .vM'e country was over run by foreign "invaders. The rapidity with which so la(?v a Dumb# as f>5 deputies have collected at Sara gossa reuuers It evident that a mo t d'ar<<rt had been pre viously given, and a rendezvous tixed upon, iu case a violation of tbe rights of the assembly, or of an albick upon the liberties of the country, during tbe period the session was suspended. The evening papers that have just appeared contain va rious details and correspondence Irom Madrid relating to the struggle or the 15in and Mth mat According to the I'atrie one battalion of tbe line had 160 men hurt At com bat. Nsrclso Lscosura, brother of tbe ex Minister, wa conspicuous as a leader of thn insurgeuts, and Espartero was at the Knglish embassy. This news needs comirma tion. The disturbances at Barcelona are said to hive amounted merely to tbe formation or groups, quickly dispersed. The Minister or War has ordered several regiments to proceed to the frontier ot Spain. Yesterday two war bat talions or the -2d regiment of the line left Paris by rail way lor Dsyonno. Tbe Consul cr .-'pain at llayoune received, on tbe 18th i> teii grapluc despatch announcing that iu the evening of the l'th. Barcelona. Gerotia, and other districts of Cat a Ionia, situate a'.uig the French frontisr, continued to enjoy pcrfei t tranquility. Another despatch staled that an insurrection bad broken out at Saragossa, and that a por ticn or the garrison or l'nm]>eluna aud 6,000 men from Madrid were marc hinf against that city. Advlocs from Madrid ol July It), say ?Yesterday the resistance of the National toiard coiitinued at t-vora! points, and pait.cularly in the dlrectioi of the Royal Pah." e. the l'la/a Mayor and ibeCuesta of .-'auto Domingo. Tbe ? ongress met, but we are ignorant of the resolutions It adopted. On the side of>|>o*lte to the Palace that is, at the 1'rado, and at the I'm rla de Atorha, the military force, it dc|* nilentiy of the cavalry did not exceel WJO nitn Tbe cavalry fore* was considerable, bnt could b; of tittle s?rvlce In street ftgbtug. Tw Minister* are stl'i at the I'ala. e. Ve-terday, at about I MM, the \'a tioiial milipa all of a sudden began to disperse and abtn loMd It | ' -iiions. At 6 o'clt*- < email group.- of \,? tiocal Guards w< re met .a tbe streets returning to their homes and crying out that their chiefs of battalions ha i dtrapi cared, and that the otflcer* ha 1 eptre\t*<| the men to give up all idta of rt science. Heiwecn half pa-t t aud o all the posts in the town, including the Post of ice, had been e\acuatedby the armed cititens. Tbe Plaza Mayor was the only joint occupied, and tbe firing n that direction was kept up all night. The cause or the desertion or the National Gard is thus accounted for ?Tho minority o: the Cortss bad assembled, and alter some di?> uss.on they dturmired on dissolving themselves, aad inst'ueted their Pre^ident. i.eneral Itl.nte, tokeommunn'ate their det ision to the Itendent of the CouncU. \fter that im pla it but cot cftslve admission of the legitimacy of th. garment rensUnce would have been dlegal, and tbe chiefs ef the National Guard ordered them to d iperse. It was, moreover, considered that ? serious lemon tra tion o i the part of the National Guar i might be 'atal to tl e throne and assist the triumph of republican dem > cracy. Had this reflection been made earlier, it would have prevented the frt asion of blood. In the meantime, however, the |>opulace of the subet Iu. under the orders ol the torreador Puchela, traversed Utt ItTMU, pre ceded by drums and band*, and were here and there oioed i<y National (ici%rdi?, who, it la to be oli*erv? 1, had (M hanged their uniform lor plain clothes. I'u heta ai d hi.) lollow.rs Intrenched themselves on the l'ln/a Mayor, in the street of Toledo, and in tbe quarter of the Ambassadors, Con' eficion Gerommo snd fan Sebastian, throwing up barricades snd oecu,?ying a number ol houses which commanded different pa age*. The troops did not think proj?r to attack thu>-e portions at i, bt. They only opened Are th;-< morning at break ot day, snd from that moment until uve o'clock P. M., a ternflc funila le and cannon ide were kept op to reduce the |*rtons who, under the command of Pueheta, had .?.trenched themselves In the houses. Finally, that i !ii<d having' m k 111 1. and tlie revo ter? having been rcfolutely attacked by the troop*, the latter remained masters of the ground. Many prisoner* were taken. They are mostly operatives. Many have also been killed, but their number is uot yet known. The r**ualti<'S < n both sides are cstiBali"] at about iOO. Tbe i Ity I. as resumed its usual aspect. Traffic has been re e<tabllibsd. In some by street-. I* wever. alarm still prevails, and isolated soldiers have been tired upon from s< me bouses. The vletorv of the government la com piete. Its first act* ire moderate and conctl tlory. Tlie mini*tr} intends lo adopt the programme or the Liberal Union. K*|>arli ro, In this instance, showed hiaseif as lrrrwrluto as ever. He WM Ml present yesterday at the siting oT the CortN . having shut himself up ,n his ho'?l lie remained perfectly neutral. The '.'neen -ilsplay-d mneh courage -luring the collision A new ayuntawi. aV> has ktea MMMM un''< r the presidency of the Marquis e eral<-?, the former t.overnor <>f M ? ? ' it Uon of .Inly. The other member*, belonging to all pohtl i ,il parties, are likev ise highly respectable. Tie Oc*4i> publishes a number if do umetits eintna ting from the member- of the new government On.- of them la a circular or the Minister of Finan< e, M. Cantero. stating that it ? the w II ot tbe ifueen that ttte laws voted by the Cnnstituent Corte* should be res.wcted and eio i vted, without sxeentiag the -Uim-nnr't:** inn law, "the provi-.ons ol which are so iieneftclal lo the p>ipular i laases." M. Martinez, the new civil Governor of the pro. ince, had likewise addressed a i<r>c tarnation to the inhabitant* of Madrid, appealing to the patriotlem and wisdom el tbe majority of the National <>nard, and to the good ense of ell snd demsnd'ng their support "toe* ?t hi* ni bat.ng the enemi*1* of p?ib'i. re|? *h" destroy the ra<-t torte*. render nil labor impossible, and burn provt-lon*. ia order afterwards to spernlste on the misery and despair of tbe fetnisbed people." M Martinez, adds ? Msdrilenos prove to scan lall/ed Knrop* that th* capital of he Spanish m?msr?h?ls too tsr advane<d In <-ivllt/s'ion to rdiiniraauer such arte of raudalUin. A 1 b? ral aad eivillo'd nation csnnot slW?w authority to be disregarded, the laws to b? i-odden undrr f> ot. ami MMWty and faralll** to lie s*?alle<l? liose two venerslde ln?>ltnt ot?? on wbek boman s?iei<,tips re pone st d shall ersr rejw. ? ? ? ft I* n??-M?*ry to put an end to this asltatkin, wbtefc threatens to ?hake the eountry to It* rery tonndatlons snd to dissl|>ate ike alarm i^iread sniotig all c'*?*es of em-lety hy the r- *nt deplorable fr?-ots In Oestll*. A nation cannot lor.g sul.?,?t in hie stale of flm mat Ion snd e<>iasnoti?n. any more than tb< most iobu?t man e*n etpret to live In a 'onrnlslve and ?srsrtsh state Asiist m* then In r* < -ttl.li?hltnf ealmnese and confldenre. With the eo operation of the lioneit m?'n of sll parties. It will be easy for me to c?erets* ?ren hi the present eritl? sl i lr< nmstsn? > s, the ?ti horlty eonfnM to me bj the tj'iecn. iron ne?l not fur that I ?hull esor'?il?, It In an ar bttr*rv manner I abhor, br ronrirtlon and tempsr, all ot?>p|irt sslon. hut you need not (ear either tint I slisll ? real wi'h rulpsble litdulL-snes til* in?tlgao>rs <,l .n?r hr. Au thorlty shall not be debased In ray hands. A nob to nation esteeming itself, desire* thst it* rulers should be enns< ions of thetr dignity, their duty, snd power Rest eeitaln that s se rere repras'H'O swalts iho.e who dl?t***rd the remain uliona I sutborhy of the tjueen or are guilty of dieobedienee to the leva [I'rom the l/>ndon Tim**, July 22 ) It seema not impossible that Spain may l>e again sub jet ted to all Uie horrors of a civil war The lat>-et new< Is to the effcct thai the 'fneen snd O'Donnell have tri umphed in the capital, but that tlie Cortes is likely to es tablish itself in Arregon, and thence to make war on Isa belle and her advieer*, in the name of liberty and the constitution. The Spanish race, both In the "bl and New World, ha* l>een *ow for s<> many year* torn by luteetin* discords, political commotion* have b??n so unceasing, that, like the Irembi ng' of tbeir ? e Irani.- **t| tkej n tve ceased to *xeite the notice ot the world The names of Narvaes. tspartero, and O'ltnnnell are cnnnected in men's minds with violent disputes incessaet and unserrpn Ions Intrigue, revolutions and eonnter revolu tions, but It rannot be said that the affairs of S, tain are the s\itye?t of mucii alien ;ion; c|ce^ a?oti| j>r?(essc 1 diplomatists Thin time, however, the thing may poesi bly be serious It is not now a question of succeti.ion, but a struggle of the principle ot despotism, strong, fore a'nud, tit tcrmimul, and per hups acquioaccl In by a prat part of the nation, against tho principle of const'.tu t niial liberty, which iu Spain has been weakonod by many failures, but i-till preserves to a great extent tho affections ot a p-'Ople not wanting in spirit and self de pendence. Enisirtero has long been tbo chief of the libe ral party. Mis great ler vices to the reigning sove reign, h.s high i *? k. aiui bis place iu tho national ostliua tun would seem suilicient to protect hlra from any but legitimate opposition in the carrying on of affairs. 15 it liberal principles are not to thu taste of tho royal laly who Bits on tho throne of Spain, and she has no lack of advisers who prompt her to follow her own inclinations. Of these, one of the mo?t courageous and unscrupulous is OTornell. This mar, a hardy and determined soldier, and staunch adherent to despotic principles, is now tho \irtu*l ruler of spam. Espartero, always somewhat ir risolnte aud inactive, is now worn with age, and has hold power lor the last few years moro from the strength ol his tormer reputatii n than through any present vigor. If report be true, the Queen, the King, and O'Fonnell, thought that tho time hud cotno for a great victory over the constitution, which gives them so much trouble. The Queen was anxious to bo rid of tbo atten d - sntHWi'h whom u liberal government surrounded her, and Ibe restraints w hich it considered necessary to her i otilion. O'Donnell, was, of course, only desirous to grasp the power which should fall from tho bands of his rival. A tirst tssay is raid to have been mtde some timo sinco. bviously tho best plan for a ruler who wishes to bo des potic, is to encourage popular risings, which he knows he has power to suppress. The Queen and her a iviser ro supposed to have initiated, and then to have rushed the insurrection ia 1'alenciu. No w tho same ooup 'itut ba? been tried in Madrid. A ministerial dispute, a esignation of the liberal chief, a revolt of the National < uard and their defeat by an overwhelming military force, arc events wbiod naturally prelude the establish ment of something like pure despotism at Madrid. Kvery ihifig was iu readiness for an outbreak; we learn that 18, K 0 men were at once concentrated iu the capital. The buccets rl the Queen was certain Iroui tho beginning; iind new the conrtitution on which the moral claim of the prcFent ijueeu is based, exists no longer in tho capit'.l of tie country. But Spain is not a land of centralist on. She resisted Napoleon because each province bad a feeling ol indepen dence; and would not submit to an enemy merely becau :e be occupied Madrid. Liberty, driven from the capital, finds refuge in Arragon. The provinces which lie between Madrid and tbo l'yrenees arc strongbolds of the constitu tional party. Tne present retreat of F.- par tor o is un known, but his friends hold command in .-'aragossa. The tio< ps and the National Guard have both joined the same cause, and made that city the headquarters of a constitu tional government. lighty five members of tho Cortes have retired from Madrid to Sarago.s*a, and will no doubt bo joined by as many more ol the liberal party as can escape timber. In Arragon the C'n-tilut onalists have long anticipated a struggle, and are believed to be not unprepared. It is therefore not impossible that a item contest may bo cx jiected. Madrid is crushed. Barcelona Is said to be quiet, but a st ong inland district is still unconqucred, and may resist a larger force thai tho successful government can bring against It. On tho other band the Quern and 0'lH>nnell are no doubt eager to complete their victory, and the character of the minister is not such as to make us doubt that he will resort to all moans lor tbe enforcement of submission. Spain is a country so little known and so difficult to tin derstand that no one can venture to say what a d?y may bring forth. The royal authority may triumph easily, or many months of bloodshed miy acd another page to the annals of distracted Spain. AM that we can do is to point out the direction to which events seem tending. The assembling of tho Cortes at Saragosea divests the resistance of its merelv insurrec tionary character. The contest now resembles that of the long Parliament agam.-t Charles I., and wo can con celve that thousands who are not republicans, and would repudiate the thought of treason, may now feel at liberty to tight for the assembly which, in the name of law an I the constitution, calls on them to resist a tyrannical go vernment. A singu ar coincidence is likely to furnish tbe insurgents with the -inews of war. A convoy of 13.000, ottOf. frcm the Credit Mobi ier has iust entered S|>ain; it lias to pass through the provinces in arms against the Crown and, if Spain be not changed from Its ancient character little of this money i* likely to reach Madrid. S.:eh is the state of Spain after so m.my years of what is called a constitutional rei^n. The sword is to dee de between the sorer< ign and the institutions with wbicb tbe law baa surrounded her. The position of the Queen is in deed deplorable. All that made men tight for her in for mer times la now destroyed. She represented the hope, it not the fulfilment, of a liberal policy. The monarch who was, according to tbe old S|?ntsh law, legit. mite, found the country against Liiu because he was reso'ute to support despotic government, and to submit himelf and those he ruled unconditionally to the pricstho >1 For these reasons the infant Isabella's claim became the rally ii g cry of the nation, and routed neighboring peoples to sympathy and help. But what now remains ol the Chrtst'no's hopes? What argument can he bring against the ( ai list, who Is obitinate in the assertion of divine right* The Queen's title rests on the constitution, and tbe constitution she is bent on destroying. She >s Queen now only by possess ion; If ?he reigns neither by the right ot sovereigns nor the rights or ih. people, her t.tle .a in dead endangered. However, bavo nothing to do but to .-tand ajait interested, but still not luter'eriug. We know tto little ol tbat mysterious country to say whether its ulti mate happiness is to be insured by tbe a cendancy ol an ks|>urtero or an O'l'onnell We should be glad to see a Tree government, but there are thirgs still more necessary ? tranquility and a cessation from civil strife. We cannot say whi ther Spaniards sre ever to t e a rare i elf governed, with all tao.-e feeling ot responsibility nd i ivil reciprocity which characterize fits citisens. ft [ may be that they are ineaiwhlo of such a condition, and tin eorstitutlon after the British pattern, may b? d jtned to perifb But one thing every nation may possess,? a i(OTernment expressing its feelings and answering its et pi elation? : ruch a government, we trust, w ill ,n some < rm ?r another be the result ol the long trials which I a.n has endurtd. The Nomination of Col. Krrmmit? Drra'l of (Intend Ntiilftsto Doctrines In Europe. (From the b ndon ulobe, July 22.) The nomination o| Colonel Kremout for tho Presidency of tho American I ulon has been received with what, in the isi guage of tbe moment, is called ' immense entha Harm.*' Whether that lauguage Is exaggerated it is not for lis to say, but undoubtedly the man ifc-Uttons of con currence t ave been very great, if not unprcoaieat.wl. dor trans st'anlic cousins are an excitable people. Tbe slave power, hitherto predomnent at Washington, has recently distingusheil itself by acts decidedly cal ? ulated to rouse tbe spirit of all who aro nut only i p posed to lis extension but to its predominance. The murderous assault <tpen Mr Sumner, for whleh a tine ol thice bunircd dollars on the assailant it deemed adequate puci hment. baa contributed quite as i.iu. h as 'be pro icedltgs in Ksnsat to show the true frien ls or the Uniot. that il was high time they exerted themsolvea on behiiif of the welfare of tSeir country. IHty lutd in (Mr m Mto ol (As rcJMtvtu ni <J I hi O .rul Omfirtrn , if Khit A Mr. /Iwhnnnn nut Ike h io. As a i?arly, to>, t'loy have been exeludi'd from the sweets of power Tbe result of t In m inflttec cs wni thu unitnlmoui nomination of Colonel I'rtwmk Id accejitlDg the nomination, Colonel Kremont hai frai.kly explairtd In* views on two point* ? ttn* fjf-xn I<oiu.jr embodied in tbe Ostcnd resolutions, and tho ques tion o f slav ery. Horo explicit and mat.ly dec'araton* iould nM have fallen from a public man; uiJ ?t ir? truly glad to see that ao larjre a party is cominn ug it* i B?r^ t* to give them ellect by placing Un-ir dittin f "bed advocate in t>ower. Fven should Colonel Fr? moat i ot defeat his powerful opponent. i? ;s<</ ? til I' iUmt ly tk' iwtQ in tSw'p? tiuv Hurt u a rtnpg and laryt minority in th' t'mn u . *1 fit'lf to an uptight and V* ? U c-?r? in rroart to A t ?? r-i i,rt rrla'vni n f I) ir rtmnlni, >nd a str. 'ghtforward (hiIic y as regards littery. "Tue assumption that we bav< the right gays Colonel I remont, "to take f rem ? il.cr > ?'?? n t? !? ma rs b?cau*e we want them < an kt'iin'loDmrnt "f tbe boa<*?t char ?? ter which o>ir co-iatry bat a< quired To provoke lH?tilu.<>a t- jr uajust a*?ump tuns wculd be to tacrtflM tbe |?ace and character 01 the twitrf, when all Its interest* might be more certiinly *e- nred and lie obtecta attained b mat and healing c.iun tela. involving no lots of reputatioq. " Tbe elects of a tand.ilata [expressing a principle ?o clear and just would go far to re ertabllah ihro'-thout tbe world the < harartcr "f tke Union, which baa been ?omrwhat tirnHhed bjr the filibustering teBdenctes of some of iti states n. en, and of It* more reckless citixea*. Ok the question of ?lavery Colonel Fremn' u??i lan i guat e bo lea* explicit, and cxpot nds view? no le? ir. as cop'ance with tbouc who value free institutions an 1 abbor slavery "Nothing If clearer'' te remarks, ?inlbebu lot y of oar institution*, lliaa tlie design of Uie net n, In asserting Ita owb Independence and freedom, to aroid giving muatenaace to the ex .entrton of ? la very." That ileslga ha?, kiwever, bees frtntratol by a compart body of tncB tosses Mug great political power, at this Moment holding the highest offlc.cs In the Male, and using their opportunities to extend slavery across tbe continent. H If well un dcratocd In America, and will better nnder ?M erery day. that fie ext?t)?)on of the rlare l<ower over the Territories open to Iree labor Is depriving that free labor of Its inheritance The success of the slavery party would either coop up tree labor In tbe Nottb or i om|K'l the free laborer s "to work on the same term* at the slaves." Hence il follows that tbe struggle now in progress l? not only one which Involves the eman cipation of the Northern Mates from Anthem domina tion, but tbe rights ol all free men, of whatever party, 'he freemen of Ibc Union, and the free etniirranH who may resort to the rnion. Tbe strength and prosperity of tbe United Hates do not llo In the i>'*ck race nor in the white owners of tbe black race. Thcjr lie, s* Colonel Fremont I nelly remarks, in free labor, "the natural capital which constitute* the real wealth' of his coustry Tbe admiatloB of Kaaaas as a Tice State la, therefore, as necessary to tbe common la borers of tbe In ion aa It la to break the power of the bended slsve owners; In other words, tbe struggle be tween slsve ."tats* and free Mates involves the mo*t viUI er . mimical as wall as political questions. The true policy as regards ularery la to provide Tor Its euthanasia, by en closing It In a ring fence of free sommuBitles Whether the republican party will be able to carry out [ their enlightened prrgrammc, which haa been eondenscd into this rallying cry ? Free preas, free "perch, fre? toil, free men, Kremom and rkrtory, and elect the csndidste of tbelr choice, la more than any one can say. The democratic party is compactly orican sustained by vast interest* at ??take and en ourar?'l I. y a near prospect of success, tin the other hand, the repi i bcaBS are animated by noble principles, IntUmed by the grots outrages on per?on* and principles inflicted bj tbelr rivals, and ambitious of sharing power But msny things may occur between now and November, and nothing, aa it baa been remarked, is more difficult to determiue I baa the "near future" of American po litics. [From the I.ondon War, July a.\ J f olrrel Fremont'* addr<=?, in acreptim il.e nomma tioa lor the American Presidency, is so remarkable for it? ad arced evprr ?|on of option that il onsht to excite sn ard< nt hope throughout Ft gian t lor his success There sreonly two topics, at this moment, which sppesr to sgitate the people of the I ntted H|ate? ? the 'niestiens of foreign j oll< y and human freedom ? and to these Colonel Irtni 'Di cBtlfd/ sjij.lleg IwBgflf, w,t u itifb tJear r and well deBned principles tbatwe can havo no doubt OF dill cully about Inn language. first, c.-'iievmii n slavery Tho i-nmediate issue which Con|refi.< h*s to settle is w MP her the Territory of Kansas should be rerogt.iz? d by tbe Tnim Ma tree State, or a State inhabit* by slaves; und the ''undress can cither Fay that Kansas may be left to it-" own discretion In tho matter, or that it <an t'orm no part ot tbe American con federation if slavery exists on Its soil. Colonel Fre munt decide* fui the latter alternative. He bclievos that tho proposal to leave Kansas to its own choloa will land in tbe face of a solomu compact that such Termor* s as Kansas were to bo free, whilst It would aid the plana of that slaveholding fraternity who will ho I at is fled with nothing but the extension of their kj -irm The cause to which ho commits himself is, therefore, one which he aptly doscrlbes by tbephraso "constitutional freedom," and ho will not tail, wo thould how. to receive tho support of all the anti slavery sections o) the I'ulted StateH. But It !k when Colonel Fremont speaks of tha foreign policy he moans to e*i>ouse that we feel the griatehl Interest lor the moment, became ho gives utteremo, in our opinion, to those views which, it they had only pre v tiled in the ? ?ld World, woula have saved the nations from repeated and periodical convulsion. i>u thi* question he will not bind hlmsell i own to any i urty Issues. He would provjke no hostili ties by unjirt nsrumptlon. llo deprecates that kind of olicy wt icli - 1 y that one nation has a right to take tho domains of another, lie traces all internal embarrass ment mainly to a sci ret Jiploma'y wliiJh aimj to keep tho operations 01 the govt ri.mect from the knowledge of tho people; and he declares that an action of that nature is n abandoning I of the honeit character which tho Vnited stat'-s has acquired. In one word, Colonel Fremont expresses hia wish to j?o back to tho principles ol Washington and Jell>rson, and wo who live on the European side of tbe Atlantic know that W?? . iijfion and Jellcrson were the fathers of civil liberty in.' political justice. Why. th- n, htuld the I nittd States hr ? Ue In draw fresh life Jrom the fountaim h a t oj that ay, J freedom from whi h they may have dcyarud And w hy i bould they not teach a new lesson totb' ola kingdoms of tho world by making progress in the direction of In. man equaity and International peace? If they will choo-e Fremont for their new President, af ter that gentleman i as .-o clearly expressed himself, Ku rcpe will be compelled to go to tho lcet of America to i learn witdom. Mark eta. BROWN, fcniPLEY * CO.'fl CIBCCI.AK. I.iVKHi'iMtL, July 22, 1869. The sales of cotton for the tliroo daya sinco tho abova was wi.tt*iU arc i-tiuiatcd lit 21,000 talcs, of whictz 6,600 have been t .ir u for export and speculation, la prices there is no change, tho market having been uni formly quiet, bi-t very steady. A considerable business has boon done on tho Com Market, altog. th? tor immediate consumption. Fine wheat is Id. imt 70 lb#, higher, and inferior 2d. per 70 lbs. lower. Indian corn has advanced 6(1. a Is. per quarter. In flour there is no change. B1GLAND, AT11YA A CO.'S CIRCULAR. Ijvkki'OOL, July 2X 1859. Our last advices were per Arabia, on the lsth instant. Brkadsti ?s. ? The wea'lier since Fttday has been wet and unsettled hwe, though wo have more favorable re ports from the country generally. To day Is One and sultry. To- ayv market was well attended. Thero was a good consumptive demand for tlno wheat, which tully maintained lust quotations, but iuferior qualities are rather easier; wblie.U Os. ?t.|to lis ,6d; reJ, 10s. tojlls. 3d. per 70 lis. Flour, or goo I quality, meeti with a utoady re tail dtmand at last quotations, hut inferior, particularly if out of condition, is very dilllcult to sell. We quote West* cm canal, 28s te 34s. ; "B.iltim'ire and Philadelphia, 34*. to 35a. Cd. ; Ohio. 3?s. to 37a. 6d. per bbl. Indian corn is sparingly oil. red. Friday's prices arc supportod for yel low; white s not quite so >uuch aekei for, and is a sha lo easier; yello? ati'l mixed, 30s, to 30b. 0*1. ; white, 31s. to 32s. 6d. jier 4?o lbs. Canadian peas sell in retail at 40a. to 41s. per 504 I s. oatmeal i* in rather better demand ?t 29s. to 80s. per 240 lba. Pko\ imoss.? Beef is more inquired for, but as ytt does not result in much business; Cleveland brands, 75s. a 85s. . heavy Western 110s. a 117s. ?d. per tierce. Port in rather more demand, at 80?. ft 8'is. 6tl. pw barrel. Bacon very quiet, but no disposition on the part of hol<W crs to press sales. Lard.? The lute small arrivals have found buyers at 67s. t>d. a t'8s., and on* lot ot good quality in half bar rels told at 69a. The high prices have induced shipments from Havre. Taiiow ?Liberal arrivals in I ondon have rather de prcised the market, which closes 6d. to Is. per cwt. lower. A8HSS are without change; a moderate demand for pots at Ci'?. fld to 37i.; pearls scarce at 47s. Navjli Piohw ? There is a good demand for common rosin at 4s. 6d; per cwt.; line is icarce and wanted at 10s. to 10s. fld per cwt Spirits turpentine quiet at 32S. per cwt. tias.? Nothlrg reported since our last. lijHK. ? A moderate inqiary exists. Baltimore, 8?. Oil. to Philadelphia, lis. 'jd. to 12s. 1U ki, July 22 ? Noon. ? l'p to this hour our cot'-on market has neen dull, only a few huidred bales, in small lots for consumption. having changed bands. It is prob able tb&t little buiMm will be done during the day. Floi r is held with more tirmuess: and ascvon an ad vat ca is n>-ked, buyers have retired. Western brand ' may ba quotctl to day at 431. a 4 If., and lots on delivery a ilttlo higher. TKI.FfiRAPmC. [From the toadon Times City Article, July 22.] The Kng!>h funds opened this morning at a decline Of one eighth, but part, illy recovered their tone before tha close of business? tho continued depression on tha Paris Bourse was the pr ncipal cause of the tendency to heavi es* at the o ninv ncement. In the foreign exchanges the rates upon Viima and Trieste, to day, were rather Ligl.er. Tne tical >i notation! of the French Three per < cuts this tvtnu g show no recovery from tho further fail or a quarter i er cent which occurred yestardajr. The Bank of Franca has sent clrcu ars to a'l parsons who have borrowed money of it on stocks or shares, e.tLer to repay the amount or to reduce it. This will ac count (or the inrp a ?d ''epreaslon on the Bourse. It aUa atr? i .gthen the ,mj-re*ilon Uut the Bank has not madfl arrangements to | urchase gold at a lost to the extant that was reported, but will endeavor to fortiry its posi tion by more leg. t. mate means. About ?100,000 of golf to Jsy was purchased on account of the French Credit MobiUer towards pro; ting for their specula 'ions In Spain, Austria and elsewhere. A farther portion also was sold to the Eack of France, and only a very email portion was told to the lUr.k ? ? rug Ian J. The luspenslon was announced this morning of tha Hi rtfi.rd and Ware Hank. Nothing has transpired with regard to the pro ] ects of liquidation. Newa from tha West Indira. gOVWINT* OV TBI BltlTlHB Pl.KKT? AlflRIC AM CMMtYMKN IN bARBAPOlM ? YELLOW FEVER AT I'IMKRA HA? l>rO Alt EX FORTH ? A SCEXI IN TBS SAI?T VIKCIKT LEGISLATURE. Oar fl!ns frcm Bermuda are to the 22d of July. The local papers contain no news of importance. The Birmuc'Un of Jalj 1st has the following nv vsl items:? Arrived, r>n Tuesday morning last, her Majesty'* steamer BaMlbk, Commander Jenner, from Kngland. The Basilisk towed the Posrerfbl up from Murray'* Anchoraee to Crasey Hay. On Thursday, the tag steamer Kite, lor seivtce at the Navy Yard, front England. On Sunday, bar Majesty's steamship Kuiyalua, 61, Captain lUmsey, from 1 ngland; sama day, her Majesty s steamer Falcon, 17. Captain Pol len, from Knplaiiri The Basilisk will leave oo Thnrsday next for Halifax: the Eoryala* about tha end of the week for Jamaica. Railed, on Hatardaf last, her Majesty's steamer Malacca, Captain Karqular, tor Hal f ?x. Several new raaea of fever bad appeared on board of the M. dining the past week, she was tt?ed to sea by the Dock Yard steamer Ki'e. The Basilisk was to have performed this service, l>ntan accident happened toon* of bee cylinder^ just ss she was about to leave the Cam tier. The fit'ilisk wiU take to Halifax for the Ma* laca, Lieut. Borie, B. N., Mr. Charles Warner, As sistant Ps j master. Mr. Allen, gunner. andMssa ven. volunteers fmm her Majesty's ships Pimb?h* ?nd Cornwall!*. Her Majesty 'a ships Pembroke t'tpUin Sejmrur, C.B , and OorawAllia. Oapta lm Wellr'ley.C. B., left on Sunday far Fngland. th? fotmer for rortsmonth the latter for llymonUL By way of Bermuda we have later news from St. Thomas, Barbadoes, Antigoa, Tobago and Dea? rara. The I^gislatnre of Barbadoes, with the of the Bishojt. lud passed an act by which the Rer.l Mr. Me; era, a native of the island and an Rpisoopa-I lian clergyman, ordained In the Un'ted States, Ml enabled to hold preferment in that colony. I It was teported at St. Thomas that several ran Itoats had arrived *t Bsrb*dne? from Hngland. fhn rojal mail steamer Wye had be*n brought to St.! Tbcmaa. and was to goon the marine repairing fiiful At all the islands and also at Demerara there *~~ I ren i of. i o* showers ?.t rain. Y< II w fever had been <onveyed from Demerara ? 1o Rt. Vincent by a ship called the Charlea RrookaJ on board rf which several cases had terminat fatany. Fortunately the disease had not< * to the shore. _ pRonrci ExroRTitn at Bamados ntto* .Ifn> 26- Sugar? 3M'M hhda, 2.41? tcs., MM 1 Eonal to hhds. Cotton ? 36 bales. The sugar exported from Demerara .luring i r . -t hall of this year is equal to 1!?,.T'>1 hhds; th? torn to 11,414 puncheons , and the molaMea to 1,?9(? cask*. ? __ . ? . m In St. Vincent some moat extraordinary ?ceni?*? were enacted In the House of Assembly. On the of June, it Is stated, the Marshal forwarded his turn to a writ which bad l?een Issued for the eleetlod of a memlier to a vacant seat in the House, b<M whi h Mr. W. H. Htewart was returned, al'hougH Mr. Sharp had a greater number of votes. The Marl >hal was applied to, and required to amend hits r?A turn. He adhered to the original return, and th^ rrasnn assigned was, that Mr. Sharp being eA||sd " upon to prove his qualification, refused to <tosi. Mr, Stewart took his seat, and persisted in retaining it tic nite the antliorlty of the Speaker. A * one of nnp* rale led riot and concision took place. By the .llre^ tion of the Speaker, the Sergeantat-Arms, with the assistance of the police, endeavored to eject. Mr, Stewart, who resisted stoutly. At length the Hons was adjourned. It was believed that the result i these proceedings would bf a dissolution pi Uvvte.