Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 30, 1856, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 30, 1856 Page 2
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i.fcJe to iht vcf J, [. rGulaj??. 1 by doe C^rcetv-ea I L.t BOU1 uttcil it.' U1 lk..l0onoe4 .?) a.1 mall* J*. Ulll ? > *lsvettold"r ? U) fill the urstai.d sseotvl m*re? m %hn K?'ve'Limol H U it j?. ?q declanuioa U it n<K Wue, air/ 1 ! net been maJt ' ,a : not tho s.-ui before jou, iay uai.utmeti :ioat tb-ui it you cau ?.1 the b \ <;o through -hs lo.-ns ul the ele:t.oa ulariy jimI? r the auuiuard of '.no Union. Harck t,o it? !???-?? i u peace .tin' quiet. IK> everyui'.nj! mat the coosti WiUbit .oiuMii ?:* you t<? Jo. !ollo? Bat llsg t?? victory ead mc.mob .f you -.an. No taint hearted ir ?.u ou >ki* < to cur ?f> ! f u I'm- the u.uu uf my country as ay lore ft ii/irni raw it to mr. ! vuot AO mongrel Lolou but \hM k ' !'. ? U*! ijKta the coa?t.tulien :oun ry , ! : | . ? mm i'-J chters). Bat Mr. V'lU .no-e, n h.? jMbstj ?i*. a, male, shortly ?Vr h p trriva! i ; taw hu pici J i rUi the calamity i Oat bas to o? toit ?>? <"*?! id ii* proTiJeno* should so .irU a that tb:? man be . lee'ed will road it to you I'toder on :V? weij . l I w ilt.' cm ' the c o?o of mv adiire'H what ta tn -oni' 'tit Oi it. Mr Fillmore say* >n that npeocb ? Hui 'h * i a..t a. . ? Wo -ee a poi t*-al party presenting waniitU - lor liiv Pr> -met,. nil Vic Pm.dencv nek? led Mr 'b?? : r-.t r ,ji?- i'rjra Ji- : ? States stone, with t'i? ? row ed iiuriM*' t< ?'e lh?u a.' dilutes by the sutlras-s 'if <*r part Ml' Una Uoioii culy, to nils ove ' ibo whole t'Biti d Matr ? Mark tb:? r?mar ? Ur more is ri'.t a man tha ?>uallT e. M.W-: at rac<J' r. M- ?< ? < ? cai;ulatiDj; nui k?ca tbe Wnwia r?ri of ><w Vcik, hbu.it wUctt yv i mttc* tomctbirg. Hf joe* '<n? ?V it b- ? >le tb1' .I'Ok* who ?agMeit tn stick. ? ?Maaa.r.a* r.ati- 'Oriourly retlwpj on th>> ? on*e<i iieoo a ?hi< ' 1 1 1 u > t ,i. . v !o,'ow inc .se ?> w '?**.- .-'h Uan th> < . .v.> c luaJiiMsi or folly tu b?"l:i:*i; uuu our Mouth era krftiu'-.-u wo.ibl Kiibiott u? be govrced by an h a ch. i ma^wLraU: rhfr- WoulJ h> t>? r?'<, itr-'d u> CoJov tie ru,e p-e-eii <1 by tbure who cicoted huii ,a mmiii' hw ap|M>uitni<'nta n' a mm II v Wig South of Mawn anu flu/u < lm? '>?? not wortbv io be t'r?Hitlr>n <u V?s? i'ruUi.r.r^i, woaitl it be proper to selo. t mif Trefn !h" s.ui?* i uarter an one if his Oal inwt cutiucil, or t > ? rpreniu the uaiion ui a for*-iun eountry v Or, toool '?rt 'he rtTfmie ur admin * < r 'h' law* of the I'nited >ub!s ? It' iw>t. whni. uew rnle ia the Freaident to adopt in ae'ectin % oieii for oilurt T lki i.f ar>> aertoua. but nractieal qu-ationn aotl m?inlrr toau|ireria:e timm 1'uUy it ia only n<w?s* .ry io Hlra lUa tabic* .|im tlicmscives. Suii]iasc thai ihf Rou'n. having a majority ol the c cctoral vo'e^, aiunikii declare lha Miay would tuvf only aiavekoldera for President an t \ i *?esident. and shonid eieci such, by their eiduatve su1raif~n, ?? rule o>?r us at 'h- No<th. uo you ih i.k we would nubirn: ' > Ml No, not tor a moment. tApplauie) I nay arn?n vo them. "No, not lor a mome nt ' ? I say MBCD to that afhic ? Aid do yo i b"tic\?> tl.at yati r So jthnrn brethr'B are If* neMitlve <<n this sub ect ihau you i n nr i "as lealoua of th. ir f^gkta' (Tr? maadoaa cbe^rinff. ) It you do, let me tell y< i Ikat you are tuiataken. And. there. oro. uiu mum nee tiiai if M* at* uonai puriy sill" - ' ?ta, it icaua lueviublj to the leau'ii - Mmotihis C'-auuful labric reared hy o.,r lorefathers. ie mentcd i<y tkeif b <ood and bt .acatlicd to u? as a pnceh sM aakeriui.i e. 1 aa> amen to every word of that. W !! you not *ay Ml In there a man that says no ;? you mean to say Ibat uo auui soi.U> of Makon and D-iou'i lino is worthy ?? pres.de over tbe country? I am (or tue Souto, act Auk ';od I don't believe :t. i-et r?*<iy for it. No rn tu MB tell wtat November w:ll proluce. Hut for one, my lot must be c??t by tte So ; h, and ihroa^b evil or *o >1 (?port, I efcalt keep ty her? (cheers) ? and never uha i a wvrd eccApe my ..ps teat eha.i .ndi.atn a consent to m<w.c Ler the creature of any unali al crew, aa U>ai proounciamento o cos. ( Leers ) 1 believe the iptrit "l our fathers * here yet ' 1' u-!;. w&nta U> be rueed We wul await t ic r uit, u:..i if the dark any ?ones, and the elect on &foriunateiy rcau'.t u the choi -e ?t the c*nJ. lates ol '.b bla"k repub...^an party I dtx..are t? you. my :"r entli, that I shall iook upon the govern ?ant ot this country an gone: n?ne, and not worthy >f ptMi rvat.oc (Ixind clieers.) llecause, it is a m?'e Mcktry. t a a mere d<-.u on to tell me that I hoUieiuil r%htfi w th the j>eop - i'the other sect oi> oftbeCnitn; ami ween -he fuse oomes to decide that. I am put ooier tde law. and (Itemed unwtrtbv of public conQdeace. 1 bop- lor the best; I am ante u.al w<: are goin^ totnuaiii'i ]jf t ") boisi .he ot' del.ac, e, a rrt boldly to work. n4 our victory is eria.n. Tain little ?paruo baoa Is gr< * i/, $rv v.og, grow ag and will grow till we pve them a rearer from wi . h Uiey will never re -over. 1 mtr u .0 Uia, too e I'.me .-imce. tojdo.ecs, but 1 u.k now to n.:tcredx. (Cn?crn.) (jo<l i>:e?K uie good wo-*. The tLtn who have b to t/> work, and thruuirO whose In strumtnia ,rv ti. s ;*re*t hangs ' a* been wroughi. >ie serve the thanks oi si. i cam* or A a.\er a cox^.'a lively "i iiti sbtunce, a*.d, 1 m-ki. ceol'?s that 1 iel not a Mute' surprised al tne proirresa wbich your good causs oac CiSde. I racpratuiau >oc ^.ncortly upoa tn.k. evmv and epos the bn/nt prospects of * ess in the com. d< soot est wt.-b i ?ec ahead. ] thauk you tor the pan 'tit ?xi aUeo' e manter in wbtca you have listened to my rema'ks Mr Scott here took t. hi , us i in* lieaeaiof cheers ?f the aat *r?. ooaa'tr. Wi; w::s tben railed tor trcm all part* oi :! e haJ: For kwr.Jc ? aeemd to dirfref&rd tt.i call*, ?nj &*1 f Aleo a aily js far ?a tc.? door, en bi way o ; > t the oklls ' r " *: * Wise, chtv at. 1 uiiiaaer.LK iron ?vary | <-rl of lIm ball, and be at icaftb yielded. He ioj* Ota pot. 1 48 at a remote jk tit Itu'm tie plal^rm, Tende. a.f t 4or "ivt... ,.ii cult lor the reporter to hear gome re aarka at tLe clcita nt hla ?clutfi'. Afwrthe applause bad * v., lad, .?? laid ?Mr. Pre?. leM, .1 this *a? m ?<* Jm -y pnittiea' cant.:*? .1 we Wti# not susJing upon ?b<. t?rv tir.oa ft' (be moat t rr:b'. ?if revolution*?; I ?as cot ctasdUif a the t*i u.ub tnv ' am cbargel w .b yocr nc.t.k city yc-tf obi gatooa. clotaadwith jpo ir fowr-rc: roiy .? vj my uod, t? ay ooar.uy ?&?'. is r..v*?l' tut out *iy bn'sad by a jb<l.cial batl ? ' wi.. li ?.?ligl.t, sir, 10 a''Jr?;i in* aaictBSiy u B?Lt. IK- arc (.it; ;*??. 'Ice M '"''my teach; the ?? JtLa.> arj ro mid ? ? aa f a't as bara . oatiuiie.1 Hweto.cra, tt i.j weigh oaimty and ao; J'.atriut my-' tut I ?ay U yf.i tbat aa i e chief mafiatrate of tin *ti i 4< . ot :??! 1|W I CIO MtK-iPMe coinag evect' Wt b cait ;Mi rbadoarr b (nrr tbi-m. Vuio o tbe old iraoe Jmtnrb Tit -l t nit- like Uf?-? a' out ?i aod *uti ' - ii-rei ?? .(! rr.'ir* par-}* po? tl ?t ' ?re :? a *ret,[r.i it tba ?oititr.t re? .eg up< n toe irun<."< of i-eriout m ?, which k> oppf " it You Itff btard oi that paft t n? abioL baa tt cd men'a anils. T, me* are ? otninf , and arc u?a- ? i a ua whi.-it Will a# a b *.rj wh.' iff wt. wb?a'? tnberr. BBd wli" are trai ??? i jilbinlwH caeeri ? You. wLot e c. ?? are o .c up ???! .a ?t * av ot ordiaar V??aiw?a<. w?y ?? " ??d l??i ? *08 aaet.t a I'MMH ?l ew'iot. v . ?* w 'a ' oo. a?i I ao>. to tbiak aa<i uo mhr t c.? ?k ire f 1 1 <? ?> t? ???. tbeaaio / o! f ih- ;' *- an-! y >?. ma* uot ?>? t&e au(era ar'' 'nd n? Kt 1 <io, ./<? l a BOt ?o v.iui provr.. .'- ?? at i ? to Ictfe atit*' aii<i a?lt, " *Ba 'Bit in 1 a ^at aba bt ore for tbe UUonwr^tb tb up'a tl.at. a? p*?r:c"-. f out c odBern f ?rell *? rniof Hut a a fo ' tn ?wary BMMt. evarir lionr a.m<>':'? ?re*y boar, u ? tbe -aail knn are takt-i. !rom *.lc?p ti tuMfc. t aav tvery fcofD'at ?? '>c?\ip*e>! in r I e< t bj? *? U>- ?;o\-er? r of ? if^ a a do IB tb?- cotBin* cott.i . 1 Wi tt.a' la no tine u tr . e wun, no t d<- t > I aa>: jtt to ttaa to laahtj atttc p^K aaytltag, Hlo ? . ? Ugbt * wt.a' aiiait twdoce. la. nat maraade.ttM 1 in - . ur Iirtadft . ti ? ?v irtpocMb !i(M* aff. lei?o mm <lo ?? tbe is iat re tn -opf ft tl.,?t I an. -t a motn^i ; lin ?ha. akBitmf 1 U.n lei r^p?aMb<llty. (Ksto -.*at:* cbtrrn. ) t**> Bet atinpoae tbat rtfrei you bare piaoed we *tif? may e c*: ed i pot> tbia bonier !?ta:.- Br.? to act V' "iay 5a re toatNl? aad would to Oai y? i ka.- touBd? a itrcupr Ban t lean ntM>a. but auob aa i urn. r'i ? <-?i,y ia<*t.uity aa.i iv. I ttiaok (>< . tbat I am where 1 ..rn. a??l that I am wtih yon, px arm ftr tbo wortt t t?etf?.) b?j? I Cir ai ftac e. aat r- ery bi b uf'ti tlat oi bias* but t be w< r?t to tlie worst, aud tb> tb>.^ d*r tn i uie iigt in or ar.M me ?turm ni in r?ga. 1 aay I Uia' a tt '? ttioi t fear ? ,-xtn wan ?. in i-ri.) ''ho be'tr" ara prei-?-ntad . > a*. Md we bare ;o ctii^oee th ?= wi. 'Bar ?a.'t fave:abl? |i< oar uter??t? Uo party uur i: ib* C?i . i.olrtf out ? i ...? terac and tbe ie? Bh w li h ? wi .b are we ti ar. eptr I aay. if kbira ta a ? ? o?erva- t* j art/ ?n e ??. coaatrr? lue oo / aa Unaa.. ti.e writ oc iov *f tautv, *w?p ..at IMWM aad t oai# r. ?T"j' ? 'ate <1 tti? f?mie..e'? ;--ti it party ta tb' grow! 'ran -at i arty ( o .4 rbe?t%| 'Ja tb j or. i id .oi .t.- .a - um pr ?*( - :r p' .fraa, aft, oa. a wt lac. i, | lor mere ta?? ?aty year? i at ' n Ui< ' ' ? - baad . il at. ? *rouii i awe of fa ?M... *a>. not i a the \oita ataae bnt n U.e So lb aa we. aa t. th* f"tb? or were ? *\ UocaUkat w# b?v? (aaai - * an. .ac u*? if \ue enla ?>' a. I iim ,?mi aba: r? isdiot, aad tbat '? ti yeat* r?i ?vjr waa ? ?" . r ??r toe wnr?t but * i?a"* anoMiwf i " *e t wb. t ?aiar'ar. wont? u a 3' 'al. wiy. t .:i t'.e Nper \. re m w :fc '<re -,o ? ?? ran .o* o. pre' a afa en J. : r> ae i l?c ! ?n?# '.<? e?* o ' ? .. fatly a -?? wb?t w..l we da* ta tiia wi' not te pet.. 'if* '0> "rtai. Tb ' jut tbe aryinevttf me alact. ! -h :? i>ro(?r ! t ? BU w ?? ; t?- -??- ? ? m of tbe re?f? .thle o <>i 'i. wb . u I am > a - I mar ? ai m*te ?) r a'..: !o ha' 1 am t aa kaBO - -lata f aciit-i ? l i er? that I W ni bi but n'ti.Mer t i abatl bare i. ?b?y orde'-?? >ac ? iatlva t.-d?ra ? mi. or dara I V.t* ranr^ aoa- ibd .me oraaa'tal let , a -e j{ tJW- ? p- <? <r r.iay ? ? Mr' m<: t>- tabora ail. tba w? Iii'i'iote - ? . t>r?. I 11' u ? Ml et# l.va ua -j, ? t ? .! r ??w?t et i r ;ie-a?j -ob ?ral n ? ! a? c -it '.ftai 1 f-a e tl,e gr * iaat>< n?er:? to rt me i|t jt the *a|tt aji pre - 'e that rer >u- , uy w . :U t* bow ai tita* .aad r.tj ? ir h frea?r n iba fatur* Abt a ff ?. ?' a 'itt e ti,oea. I wart. 1 ??> i tbat it1 .a - . o* ? n. ? - e,?, win ?. etal* o tfeia H *te w i. tark in tars ,.al wh > b .?i ?any aoB'?t r , ,? ? wen t .t ?? . e of it< leaHart? I wariu'd >" ' t* 'a. l i at ir .a ??> . 'd t r anal* i liernor it atrMt t ? t au t ta fMM B tbe'-orta. i * ?' I" iet.v.e t ?. a; wi bar** M c.xht, Bo i? i tt.t or v in ?. torhi 1 t .at ab> d it" ? ?bain , * ? 1 r fht .r wb .a wren . ;.'"r?h ' r ?<Htb. ?" wh . I - , ?? i;.t tt,? ntii< fir. I Mr A oi B. ?b.j.>.rt ? ? r.e loan or j la By fare 1 w i a ?m ? w ;b in e ? t<? irlio erau taef a- c * li y ? i?? w >t . .. \ ?tt. r. a?-? ar tbe BU' ih ?- i - " r . . t ta?*e M?m | ?a-e -ifia?'?reBt a*. tha >aa- ? tu?r.-. n eai?.i e O'.t of iifbt. ' W. 'd oot li > e or? ' ? ot i - rast i"i mfM. fur all t'.e letr.c? S e~ l'*Bt.e i ie war 'I 't " ? Na urate what I mean ? i .y ..t m e i ?n are -a >tn to :*j tr ia ? Wfeet er a a a tail H. or I! led A in t' w -a rra? * y f i bat tba p?rt i ,'bii i ? i. ' ?!??!"? a tii ei. . atbar on ?bw ii.*bw?y, aad lr< t lU?ir owe eio you i?ar> lh? itie 'Ui?w<-t watt ' 'I tbe i?atr tre.*?r 4 a pieir oi p o peri i- a tiiu. a ' ant i 1 m| ? a i en ? >* ?e I aad ih?ioi>< by tr " ? ,vt *i It ne > tu e >>. - to lake aWty '? w, ia'?t"ie*n '?rst >* 'ill j*nit ,e |r if, wb<b tue ?wt'. tu* ruu'e ot ur ? ?-e. waa to M aaM *nt? ??? WBI ua 1 tl.e t r* ??re* oh I t it i ? The (,?>.? ee*- -r bad ooiy u< re:.'." at t?H? i i 1- - t? eoai'it < r '|U .mi 1 ??-> an* hat ???>?? b n> wtn, i. a i'' tb **+? ? .ft i ii" ifi to tti r ? awar Mon 'urn w, . . ? !ulty i ,i Wei n a aa it la am lit N rtu aad -u.. r?uwti i ?? to ih * ?reeerty le *i*vea? a tope'ty aaiwa to t ? taw<. , pm ?re# I. II wbi. It * 1- ' f a u i , "| ?? 'i. ? ot ?< - t?dera' ? ? lit ' "Ml tB'i .1 ra mai 'iv Mate Ron tt t i^, nr.i .-ta ? ? . t -a- id tatr ?'ll* h' ' it ';s. 1 i ti.at property * ?, uif ? 'f d aBii torttile t . ? 1 mat ,-r?>i ? -y ?ni tbtiM I '? -or' I. "ea e? t?. -*i. : . ta e awaf and t'? de u . toe fkmth ?;e ra* U he mi In (? e t ib au'-M I?'"t ;xat?aMlM tB . t. > v -,rtJ beatnr'on di-i n. ? a -i Heatr. riaf ib- > ?war' ' on er.'* < flMM '' tiMt i-ow-ty W||.-a, ti e ?t re ot'ti.e c?e?. W bonad to be tba aMMIaat a t,.?" nry nil |n or th- .-ti who h.?a ao I her Boda of at'OCW* lort affreiat v ? n t,at aw. tc a ?? hb.i ?< ?w?iW ?? b? Iba ra-<i W?y. t, ,i tba tner W*'h t - ' ??* ???*?????? hi hr all d aaleiy to walk tba i ?b* ay with it inbi?pO' a'? ?.i , .;?.!* onfat rot 1 1 teir.tti aay o?e to aa e eer? ) ,1Bd the fo-ltb On|M lu 3o and no power ought, w.uiaut law uid *?ai diOjw, to attempt to abolish nod destroy tts proper ly ?# ?>*???' adiI tM >act prove* ilaeif, feat the psrty wt > t would .bulu i aid destroy iho property is necua iarl'j the puity wbich must a.-ka 1 tic i*rly wMch pos sesses it. Attempt Dot to abolish the legal rights and I oesetttons, and uiro will be uo war B.it there ;s w*r, acii lhp>, octoi controversy in p:operty which ia law tui tn tbe t :.e and which the othur woil i destroy; >u 1 U><> ??r itself, for such a omkc. ?h?ws w-ho ia the assail ant. 8o stands the cue us to who ia id the wioag You t ?-.'d toi te i ' me, then who voted lor th? Missouri c? un prom, we or who vo.ed againut it 1 ?. mow this aoou It, t.ai .1 Missouri restriction w.v. th?i first proprMit.ou mad* tfcat slave property ?bou)d net be enjoyed; that tbe aomprei . au, mat it shou t uoi apply to tbe state of Misiouri ia parti -ular. bultL.it Ihu restriction shoad apply to aU territory north of the line of 34 ao, without au equivalent south o1' that line; that the restriction which an ta'lcd the right i of property without compensation wu o ormproin'>e; that ih?ro wu no const t- tonal power to press it, ana that it* repeal restores tue coMt. latum t< ibe true compact b i wo>u tne parties (Cheers ) 1 know, tsoieover Mr. I't evident, toat demonism ia com plamiag, fcypocniical'y, that me peaceful rights o? pro perty, ?l>.i in p? ML'tci settlements of the peop:e upon tot public lands ot Kia..-as are a-.soiiei ? a Territory n >t y ?( a sovereign .> , but a mero cre?;ure of >?<m>relgnty, wiin n ^ I otter guarex t* e ui government man au organic a?-t ?>! Corgrci-s. Vt hile ihcy complain tbat border rattans aro aspai. i'tr personi and propert* In Kansas black ro mbu can rut1 an* arc assailing person* ana property every day acl every hour, within tho sacred limit* of the sovo rel^ti fate of Virginia. all aloau a hie of nine hundred m.iifl of hor UounJaiy and tront'.er. Virginia wt*- soy reigti be oi e tbe I uiou b :j;ur> ? ?t?e is one v ' tbe old to r teen ordinal -'bites, who sine i Independence have beta the creator- ot sovere unties ? who created sovereign ties to be equal, i ot to be superior to th**mf Ives Sne a?k" onlv t'jr equa i > out rf her Umita, only ioc p*.a-?* w tbin r?r uit?. (fcntttu luetic cheers.) She ha. ever> goaractce ot origtt.al rigiit. of sovereign!; con^iitutH.B*. and of biw; and yet a blaj.s p<W"" w tbout her htnUs a-sum'-s to say, and uoee *y, and pefist* in raying, taat 'lave property shall i .t be peacesbly sno iatei> e>'{aged w ta u ^.e liraitr; wU .b abe reseryd Irotu her original vast proportion ? 4bat m-i oenftituiion and la?? shall not roigu any w here in rejp.r'i to tnece riph's tbe subj^t of Harery. You mifbt well owe a thousand io'larj iloatirg on a clup on tbo t>h " nvt r, a* '.o own a slave worth a thou?and dollars on in < banks of tbat utream ia the Mutti of Vlrizima. fa this to be borne much !on#er? If Kansas may oompla n <u' h> r wn tigs, may Vlrp:nia not still more comp am.' If sym pathy is routed for rights in the Territory, may wc D'<t be pardoned for having ?yaipatb:e? for our owu rights a aStatf- ( Kothui-iastiu cne? rr.) Now what is th^ isau?i ?the a!ternat:ve? With civil war raging ia Kansa-s abo l slavery and ts rights, with a black republican mob se-.z ing ail'tbe powers of the sovereign efiate of Cal forn't, aua barging and bunching peaceable citizens. aa,l itn pri?ooiDtr .Supreme .'ucgett, with incendiary revolution at tempted in the popular branch of Congress, and tor a timo, j aye, tor a t,<t.,.n of Congress successful, and withui U>ree votes ot' beisf dually sttocessful, wtib (he bia. < kn^pbt, ? th vizor down, standing aatrile tbe limits ol Virginia and forbidding and preventing the reign ot law for the protection of property aud t^r safety tn our In this state ot tbii gs, with tbee tnagazines rtady to ejplode, with tbaee burning ploagh ?bares under our feet, whilst tbe s-rength ol Iiilinore m nothing, whilst the oid whig party is dissolved, whilst but two aatagoni ms are ielt, when the whole issue is slavery or abolition. Fremont or Buchanan, demo: racy or demonism? te!l me wctthcr ihe issues ai o not terno ^ for rhe?r aectioci-lum to re?ra black Hag in sixteen Stauis of tho ; nion only, where mere Is a nomeri sal majority i f a people w thont a tie or a?g<x lat'on ? ith tlie pro *r;y to be protectee and when it ''ares not raise Its standard in ih\- otter til teen "tatts for tear ol their penal la *s ' Tbty arc f?ari'ul issues tbey are issuti of jieai x or wtr ? ot" civil war, of blood, di?i:*ion and ceatb (Trem"n doup cheers ) Jflr, to tell me we should pubtii.t to :u * j election ot a biai it rcpatihcan, inder c rviu-.^tances <? 1 tcese, wb'B tbe iuect:on would be ar open, over; pr \i mtVvu ot public war, is to tell me tnat Virginia ?nd uer ton r teen (itter fia\e .-'tatcs are already subidgated *ud d'^raded? (cheers)? cbat tbe Southern pi')p> arc t :a out spirit and without jmrpose to dc end th* rijjtits tbe) kuow au-l dare tit maintain. (Cheers.) WUeti in CfcsriP?town, K/innivhi OtZBty, last yef IvrtstoiSh/ me best author.fy that that town was pa: a#; $S0 a n /Lit to guard sgnissi the esctpo of fj^iiiv^s from ie nelines of Kin.iwha Wa? ever a stamp tax like t. ? Yet i ucti is the tax already levied by lutck repabll ;n upon us from wi'ioutour border*, and wi'.iin orr l.m :s. What wocld be our burthens if .he wtso'e Etfjattve power ot tbe tetlcra! govrnmcu'., great t jbould be put nto the bsi/ds of b'ack repuh'ican ... oy a pro ?eriiitivc nm. tor the *erv n ".mote ?>[ invaa ntr ^?*p,0fc',y LD wr v,:ry Horof*. ?: tha tu.-?rd oi o " :rr , lu> *"6'r- ?"onal ??4? ?P?>t uatow ut an nt"' tf ll>' trcst 01 P^irer stall be ejn 0 t" *C0Uit:, f0r *Crh ? PDJ^?- C?.r, ) ?i,o ?| John ( . i -.~.m be th-;a elected i>y buck repu 1 ?e? "f0 wb? a'?* jealoca or your r. -tits wou'd ? il d?r? trust t.m and hi* j?rtjr. after the proc'anUt.'. ni the* have aide, a'ter tbe biool ttey have sn> 1 k-ter ?h?. ? atd b'irthrog lbey have a) ??%" ? M . Wi'Vori ertvVhat y?? ?'l! JO- tor ^Wesa B., t L ocr tv-M *h' m t bat ovca u* to , * b tn ?, that a?a!n> t 'h ? b.. oatoar Si v'true ?(' ' wb0 e? then,e vwunfortt,.. il SOtervaUves, whoaro wolves ,a .UjJn *w?? "> be for t lioiore. i?t wo, MrcUd T '1P ^ f Joaj & ??<"" were C .r v1 a uot bMiuw# to ?ar tea i believe ti-r? ait- nuty voters ia "the stv ? crj. Tf'.uui r.tJy to iolJoir the leader .'a party . ? ' , ir.wr- "?,? v""1* fta( tierrab'e speech i; ia. \{r. ?j ctiutcb m bl? (r- aron to bl? Mate, Dim k:odred an ! nu home mt b he open,/ publish,*. (( be.re.) ? " VI . bad jeen ba-nrj: for Fillmore a oac: t ttbee"- tut , b f'*j ? u> teiilto tbs elemoa o, trufcaut F.llmura i< at I t . I'fbt *Mnparrtl w.th Frcmmt '.:boe^ i i'0.1 only knows what the rea nle^t or ti>e fp o"b wa. I > bu-e do b ?.u Ion .o ?ay:oK. tbat I regtrH Tofto " ' "i ?? I 'trrlj- h#edie.>a of tb<< <? i, -t o' t' ?? ?pc?. t Hhubrr it trno* to e crt Wltiofe or K^mon V? <!<m<vr*-y ?c?;W p? c- -tt?i It ?? a?fr.( a tremm tbat i t a a ?;,B?? ?p?ech. I '.ndrru*. fj ?av to -mm ?? ?ui acd dUtuiber oi orr uta:e am uauy ^rnong orr ; " ,u^n3ty- ?n<l ? ?imt ? JB'y. and b? ha 1 hen..r lock ti. IM Mmm * or toe pcaal a'k' Jtet of UM cMi of orlm'i"' V Ct' I,0*e fln* KDi '??"Jr.- "????? for If r.i:, r VntiB? rT r^bllaa.Bj auUcr uaU.ac .1.' ^ '? raiuu ef property a tUrai :;/a*up i/ ? du * TPolr' -r '*<1 ?be ?Uiuwa_fotro <tu. t th* odfin vi T Itaol proTao t^tcoh mtde vetr* ?po .a rawba:(?. - e '??-? b ? .:,r.;h Sm km ? r?w ?Mki ijo in tfie Arncaa cburcb a fit rostr m Cot its ?'!^L\?0bl" CiTe fcotb ir ev. Icnce t Vr? v?'t, he c'nld'i.^ !VW CM r,"orgJ 't or 'nnoowice a,i J be cMiid not be convict -U, it would be aeoat v be I c V' ^oof 1^'"' an<: (brmtl do (? Wb flMttc chaers.) 1 rut n .r- ar a r r.?- > IW^r- *.aU,LhCi4nr-r?r! M " --tbera iar_e*r y a t.a aubjecs, ttar aa o- e tamed m th. U( t,r; a meg ot tbe law. waea 1 say (bat n be l z?%s rvi-tr' 1Z. . 1 ,l,t k*01* torf?t itaciuiaia* and hi ? ! m? I V't-* ' ' l:"' r00f.01, b - ?'??> before a? utu- i jr a?f.a to luaioarth ahd boo.^- <* a? nri-tH?r trtjo bore *?wflo.is cheers. ) r.or.m* at tbe c.i of f,c L0* *h1'?' t^ery loya! rptr.t )? pai.o:i( for tbe r IV wlici tbe bravest hit-fa a-eraifed ta ... , Zl'lT ??t?l/'?^mo,r. -t. one !^e ' / faire ic his trust, f. s bon-j;- aa<; b,? ti->--je ai . a.-,,ri > 5?ve Jo ;?? ? " "V,V K"' b lr^ ? ' coaatry ^ Mi at* bar iocs, act aeiia e'e'-j! u ? jr Tar r ?ta??, ;ajt?jrr te,. n re.id aa r.: . a ,.d u^, r rtl( thrirrat erattp'.e. -wL-rU ? . r,.Mo>? jroer sad rtioi-tate tbe !?w* , Eati,.! ,*?uc ch < i - * rCffff ) 19* in ?*%**?? ? ?? 1. h,.*i t,r ? .? rr r ? m^v ? *??- ***? ? . h 1,4 ?,n f nr 'b- -kv. roaava fctaavirtry. -rrr-..,wahHM f hVi?r?.) ov. lh. :t an tut h ?.< ? tx.-t-'-r Utxaanr b ? r K'."; ... tfrr .v.-s ?: swr??H """f r alnmon.r-a trim. ? ^,,1 ' *?-i ?t, 4 foM h0. bw,. . . ,, ',^7 ? ?'? ?t a an hw no. bear an. ,*?r , rer-aU o . t i#f I-# irofB.Lt Hi4 honor li tTKMd I r ? r- ? rf.b?. v, te."; . . ,r : r 2tr >r m. ;rA y -i Z!^t^!l"J!m,Tri '* "'i' J'"' <aa do t-, ^ ^^'aV.n.Ti ! ,V Eh vrv"' " .now i r,T-m7-^M ,t" wa w .? ?' - - ,n. ir:;,uX ,rv, M m'-" V.rn ,1 r" 1 v '--*?* T-rov aril./., ?v$ :: , ? r",v r" ???-?> ?? ??? ? * ?" -7: ir ' ,m? ? ? h ,!"r" ? ?? f ea t? V L T "? r??l b.1f?no ? a , ^ ^ ^ f ' ^ t 1 D? ?f? - B- ? '!?? v'?" ??>?? "*? a. I ail at'' ? t 'aiMM bfe-sinfa-ao fa* ?. . ' '" a ' ' ' '' ?? actios %ff p<.n> t ?* ? ????? ?# HI. -.11 h??,. a ' ' *?' ' * ) ; tti ? Varrni alter " ..ft' r ?' ??'?-? '??: '>1?anr.n ? , . , . " " ?'?? 1 not to t? * t'-rted (,.,i ; *A VL*- ,M '?? ? Pat- ? m ?,i ?' re a .??t m I \ *T' J r "? ?" bl* outK.n at *. i i . n-'1!' "n ,t1#*nh " tot ?tnverr?n aY :?ar- tcr*i. ? tt, a Z r rl.'" !r"',, nr r'y ' 1 " " 1? 'Vf ??# f ?T?|? ? I h/r ?' til?t Ol.t Ct.ifht ? tbia raee *T , B"' "" b" ' Hfida nt.irbbor from ne rtbor a ih!<L .i* rtll,?ri?:t " 1 iea i> tHe \prtb f) . ns?n- wm bad tma w >io really do no* ui ?n *- ^ -i - * ?om* "poort oi Mm ([. ?d .!)??.., * wm^i" ri' I o .. ir,a?oofc met and divide tt.^m nT r|> ,B, k. ,d to ,ee that tbe ' oT.h4 Ir? ^ ' re ?o oorf ie that d*morrary la the h ' i*? ? ? r?mort ,a alerted, la It a wro, r tbZTwm , ?a? '.??? mau Is elected Instead or another v,. !. . * "e ay that th?t Ia a wronf. frerooat i. ;>;e? , Ma I. ,e? th.0 notbm, ,? n'fini astir, rhoera > He is bnt a mere p?. , , \ ola. k rrp Mraria? the hearer or the uia< t (Ch??r? ) Tbe ? qnrstion wlH to, be, shall mr>?? I rHfTi (T +T yon and m??' hut il w ? ball th* HlmcM rn ?t I. thill rbn ? law he e*er ted by the I'raaldrot or Ihe Tnlted ?? - 01 ?r lh> r-an of (he cnastltntiofi and the law? , PrrT!llI Wth Imponifr - Tea, y.vi w ,h#' W,U ?*r-?h*r bef n already t Ob wait ? watt dor aome evert aet? wait in- |, ^ da .ome wron, ' Tell me, will My , , teriaming leeunra of aeif reapont. bavtM ta ? - , as dr*. rafe ? , ^Ito prnUh r- aV' ?h >1 ir < ''ad is (n lh< horlron until aft?r tbe * lion ot war it made Te:l me a ihe uomt.og of the i lack r > pi blt-an ''tg in tho ban'ii of an adventurer, horti 'l>?? t.ti au>.y in 4 neigbboi lug Male, if not ill begotten lu inn very city? tell me if the boating of the black flag c yea by ? frenchman's bastard, whilst tbo armx of i . ' < war are aiieaoy c.tm hlng, m not to be doeuii ? | ot fit t act <*n<i ii declarbton ot war ? Will!, \ ? . *. i not only bear tbo cry, wait, wait, an I that | too n tbrt sacred name of Uie Union? : tu*i cai on'y be raved by aation now ? they will e>;?y w*i. wait, ?au not only u the s-acred name of convert fsir which th^y are crushing; but they w.!l go furinei . My ittend (Mr f^coti) asked this evening what South ern man would c:?re to take ollice under Kr. awiil.' 1 I h'.0i hira ni?n afUr man ? 1 can lay m? linger ipon ;fr''t!i ?mat will ray, "Oh! you will allow us to take ollice, !>? cause we w'U go .n to protect your rghts"' Ttiey w. I tave us wait th?t they may have the privilege of bolrtitjK cilice. It' you submit to tbc t lection of Fremont, you wul prove wbn? .?et>arJ and flurlingnmi fcive tail, bo true? thai 'be South cannot be ki kod nut of tho Unio There will be no limit to aggression, There w l )><< a i unlimited, degrading submission. Id this state ot tblntM waai do we gee' The farce ot' legcrdec.airi playe I by partle*, pretending to be opposed to eacu other, every day, at every oon~. ention, ant every meeting oi the pepoie? pretending to <jutrrel and ti><n Itwtng? tho?e that ttyie themselves* o' I line wings calling themselves tho" ??otber'' party, an. I the Know Nothings cilli g tbemselvo* the 'totter ' tarty. (laughter and beers.) The whig* hold a Oou vi ntioc. ami yoa Bee It full of Know Nothings: and tho Know Nothing* hold a Convention, and you see it f<il! of wbtga; and ibey claim to be the '?other'' ptrty or tho ? tother " party, ac.ordtug to the circumstances, who fhey are all fusing in the North and distracting tb>! So rtti. How long are you Southern people to be honeyfuggle *, cajoled and cheated ont of your right* and peace, and toe at safety, by this port of legerdemain t I belle-. e, confidently believe, that the Hod oi nations has an eve ' over tha ties times ot thi* land, and that the eyes of the people will be opened before tho day of election, and tbi they will not bo allowed to strike tbo bliw* of blind giants upon tbe constitution, and thereby involve all la one indiscriminate ruin. (Load cheers.) I hope and tru?t In God that we shall be saved from s,ich a calamity. (Cheers i ile .a a deadly enemy to bis country ; he is" a dastard he is a demon ; be is guilty of the sin of Gun , he * the worst of murderers? a fratricide, who would, without ?offlicicnt cause, light the ames ol' civil war. But, Rather than w< ar dishonored chains. Or follow captives at the troubled car, i iive us again ibe wtluneas or our woods. And ibe fierce freedom of our great forefathers. (Tremendous cheering). I would preach peace. I would vote lor peace? peace and honor. (Cheers,). Look up to heaven, or, turning, look down upon the <arth of our native laiid, and a?k yourselves, tell yourselves the an swer to tbc qpcstlon, which i* everlastingly occurr tig to me ? what will you do if this proclamation of war if made - Do you a?k me what I will do ? 1 say to you tfcat 1 reserve M au- wer for tho present. Cougiderin< thequtstion deliberately, calmly, and being weil fortiti -1 in tt;e thought. I MAnMf say to you' that 1 w 11 da whatever jou will back me in to save us or die. Tre mendous applause). 1 am making no tbreais. 1 will ro uiemix r tbe c?th 1 have takeu to fNMfVt the . onstit^ tion and defend tho right of the people? I w.ll fight fur them, il I must fi^ht. to save, not to destroy. (Knthu<i a?uc applause). War is a terr.b e tb ng, an I w? ail have to remember that if it begins. It will cot only be the North against Ae South, It will be a civil war of neighborhoods tor libert against deepotism? for right against power. (Cb-'crt ) Our enemies will remember that if they Lave a minority in Virginia, we have a minority in New Eugland. Ne# York and Ohio, and everywhere North li they hu-. e their filty or sixty thousand left them in the rtate of \ .r ginia. n every Northern ^'tate we have hundreds ot tlioii sandx of arms tbat are with u. ( fre.-nenuous cheers ) Vou bave more tiian your own power at borne. Tho h&J den rifitctn d to me is. that in such a crisis there will be four d many traitor* among u*. But if we may have enough to tio with tbesu few at home, tho black reputiii cats bave enough to do with tho thousmds taatarest ll lelt in the Northern States, to battle tor the Colon and the r gbis of all. (Tremendous cheers ) \irgtr.a b,.s not depopulated herself w th it eome return of the brea 1 tibe iia- cast on the water?. There is many a heart iu every Mate of tbe t'mon that bati gone from tae honi > of a Virginia family; many an arm that was cocceiv< t In the womfcof a Virglma mother tUat will, when ibj f war are let slip, be ra ed in vlrd.oa'ion of her war (tlieers.) M tut th-jr consider our very weakness we will prove to be our strength. W'.'.l a proper know ledge of military discipline, 1 *ill prove tti?t our faithl'il sin v * ran atd will repel the black :-ej ubl.caus, and their traitorous allies, who may invade us These remarks were bailed with rocifarcaa c been. The meeting thtn separated, it being within a Tew m.nutet ot 1'^ o'clock. (Loud ct' water to?, as welt Ve have Irieods across the' wl o wtil cry havoc :n such a THE NINTH AVENUE RAILROAD INJUNCTION. Nnprtmc Court? General Term. ScTt-KKiK 3'< ? JlprMi Wetmnrt, BmtM Soppo'*, Rot* i * X. AiUti onJ AUrandzr Stuart again*'. Morru C. Sti-rif, II u(ia-n liailford and Janus Murphy. t B. (Riiso, J. ? The plaintiffs arc cwuera In tee of low and buildings, WetmtTs and Hoppok never* J!y or Vua ngt-n street, and the smarts on tircecwtch street, uli I -< t?L of and below K'-ade street. Tbcy respectively Jla to 0 tte '-"itri ( f the itreet oppon te to their lote. Tney a Ux j.? }rr? to a coat .datable n*.ent '.u the city o'Nc v York. They complain that the defesdssu threaten an 1 Blftd o coni.trurt a ra 'way through the two stre?t?, te'.r eat re 'ergih. and < tend og tl.roi.il; the \".n:h iw ne to F:ftT Sr?t meet uadcr an a'lf.-l grautfrrtr e i ommoo Council or the < ty, by rcto'utionx purpart. tig to t uve been sunptrd I y the B<ar<l ot Aasi ur.'j- od the IMA f f*t cernber, and by the Board of Aide; men na the tthoi January. 1 853. an 1 liMMft OS rsCSsaMoia ticn. atter the Mayor a v?t >, .n \'orej;iper acJ I^cait *r ? f trie 'ultt r jesr." 1 be plalntill* art' t!ut the gra i u inra! d se<! il. at they bare a right to privrnt Itsope.ra ticr, a? tax payer*, a/ p'oprlctors ol land* irk oh .. .4 projoerd to deroto to a now purpose without allow ?i?r then, i ny ci n.p< cration, an: a? per-oi i vli Wl.l ; u.-ta.n a special It ury by the snnatractlon an i proposed u?e or the railway and tb>.y therefore a?k for aa Utoncuon rentr cing the Cepoctnts 'from entering iuu>, or '..pen, Greeuw a and Wa.-bngton ur?efc. lor the purposs of laying r estab' ihtsg a rallr'-ad th?r<-.n, and trom digging up <?' subverting the ?oil, or doing any otnor act, in tUnne rtttrti, leLd.ng to .ncorr.ber u.i in, vr to prevent the fr ) acdc'ir itiOn uas thereof, an the same have been hern > lore en oyed." lbs deiendants ir. the r answer deny tbst the pU.atlfis are the owners of ti.>- -ot of the sire.' menioncd in iht.r compla'at, or of any part thereof; hut tkey al'fgs that U c owtersblp is wb ; y vested athj rot i oration a! the cuy They aver tUot the Corpora' on h?<t power tn male the grant ,n quest ton, ant lhai it rrrr?'-i y made, and they state In a s::..plcmontal smwer ?jbat "they actually cosssienoed the construction oi tlf ptnpoaad rt'lnad, prior to the 4th of April, and that bcfurs ihst tay the la'd road was .a part actually con rti u< trd Hi ronlnrmiiy to the resolutions of the Comm >1 CocmI " ?n<i ibst on.tbat day tbs Legalaturt of t ? flat' ;a?ed tw a>:t rattfylBg, ? outtrmlng, and nstaoiKu. tg tt<* grstt to them, Mia thsy fcoaul that they wors construe i rg, sbJ claim tfcat they bave the right 14 c n r et? . SB-1 .lie the projo?d ralir ?d. The JuJge before wL'.m tLis actios wa.i ino-l at the sp?JKi term, dac-.ucd tfcat tbe on'tinrtun of ihe proposed road along iho ?trf?ta w here ttey j*r 'd the plain tkllr' loU, would In Diet erii.i>s :>r rals injury upon thf piamtlfl's, in unduly r.btlrnet tg th< m ,u appr mc.hiug toth. ir rmpa-tivn plarsa ofbus.ne'x, M*otaing ?<r>n ?'*ch struts, amount. u t!Trct t<> a private uoitaoieto them, jn'ess tbe grant ?? va J . but be a!ro held ti >t the graut wa? legal and vslld, and that tbe dti'u laBU' should not tie reftramed from p't?-*ed'ng wuh the coovtr n n Of the r?ad. ai.d he 'beretore dt?w?lvsd a prv mtua^v t .rrtiO! wti.b ha i been g-aLtc' ar.J rave ludgtt. n.t '? r t.ie ic'endar.ts. 4n apoeat *rot:i hi* tU<:imonba? been brotigtt by the plain' rTSs. %od \t n ><r t?..'ore us lor r de-em. natict It ? nttri 'y ciar toat saiU 'or tbj redress ?f ertveeiion of putdn wr rg? where tbers I* no pr -esre a lo >.rj to 'ndtrl n ? !s in it' ,r pr v?te i ?.->< uy an be ms i.taiB?il oi If br. <>r to tjo nam" o*, tbe {woiV Where, therefore, tndtVldualf . witoout tnvoH ng the at ". of M e pviblK". ca'l opoti o*ir "? 'it for jwotemion, the/ ?r ?' j ?b w that their pr va.e r j:,' are . r iS'ire'<"l The p' tlp.e !s too e'ear to i.< l anv ll! > tiat'ou and too ?npf -led to r'i,ulre the . iui ->b nr authority. ;.i i f |isai1i g of public wroftfr, 1 do : t laten I to loclsde ? ? ti assksytx ?o?ta:r.e<l by r r|<0'aUjrS hy the ml?m*r - / ? ment of 'b?ir corporate fun'- <>> pr- , rty. by their . ce?s Thrre are laelnded in th?: ca ? of private vrr?.: , Tb' 'iffcere act to tbe raj " ty ef tni?i*e?, aa I tl i rfiBdoet ae sue h i.< snb ?et t > tbe r' 'es aog ' cable to tn ' muds. It * not ? niattsr In Slirch Ml. ; ?o,. e of t ttr- !? atr ' their toBsfitlvs cap" t> have any m'f-r it tbS prnpoaed grant M ths itsioidanU In this caeo is "' a fran- h te In tfie itrct', thi* wrml 1 unqimtiont*) ? b< property belong r.g orlgtoi'ly to the Corporation, and if the kir i t - lTipro* i lent, and Involve a breach of tr t? t wo'ild toe tbut r?a?< n l>! in\aM<] a m?'b so si If ir ; ftr snttrd f?.m B^ivlduai' Iti tbeir|private rapacity. Tlnu. ir , the plainti'tr H ooi'porator . snd tlisrsfors Ins b m isrtes wonid hare W-' r'pht in bihslf of thewe!-. :it 1 itetr a ?' 'latee, to ?inp> arh the trac arl oS. In the c* of the Vayor APerrrrn, ar. i Corns onulty 'if t i r ty (f New Y'rlc vs. Brltton. < pimphlet rep irt. ) 1 hlef jLHire Melsos e*y* th?i in the nrc . Psiley sgs n?t tbe eatn'1 d< fenda&r? (3d Hi!'. Ml), It was be<d that the grant of tbs I #gi?laiii"o auth jnziag *h" i ty to fnrnwh tbe inl>ab't?ntH with i aft- id wholes > ,ie ? at?r, by mean* ef Uie Crstos a<pj" in ? *a? ?'tt ~'?nt of a np? rial prlvats frasrhiss, ma>l> a? Weil for t ? >'i vstl tsohseit and sdvanUt'" of tfce crt * at or .. pv.hi e > f d, and tbat the de en lanw K- were t. > he r'garf'ed a/ a pr; rate company, aid 19 be ilflSlt With errred ng!y that trr / stood spin the sam< footing In ? r to rerp?et ss would ar.y persoo or hody of ;wrsoB? i ik>k ? hotn 'bo ilke sps< ial l-atichlse had bees conferred" ! rttats tbs op'Bion sMtli I ? xpres->o4 in the < *?e o Milhs ? fsinet flksrp, (It Bnrbour, MO) tc?' ths?i grai.is of r? ttr is? ion i? ron?teu?.t, and in a liBited mauner utc, rait ? ?ve m tl ' t ;ty, are m terms of fraBchir ? Tuc rirs- 1>? tins rsss purport to conv ey to tbe prsntt ot. ml ?? i . ? in e've, t?> them e*Clu?lvely. the right t > run e?ri t. ? n the rai's fhr t*>s rt.nveysn> e of p?, -ens-w. !> ? ? n. th" ttrnvblooa therein ipeclftsd ; and they providr th* the nnt stork a*sociatloti which m<iy oe Csrnt t hare the contfSl. management and dire- ion I r d? r'sd, snd tbe hosiBW' tllfof." !t w-?^ I r ted on tbe argument that tbe rrsj|n'.u.< 1 ti ?Mirti racnot rperate as the grant o; a ?< ? i e. hr ?u?e tbey are not u odor seal B'-t Wh N ? sr oy so act of legislation, snd n <i hy lodi. : i ? ti ? t io it. asrsl i? uBnsioseary There i? no nn ' i tin < he t'rre for which th" grant is to endure, n< !!<?? I. aty ? *pr.?S Jiower tsf re or,-itir,n Ifsurl. .1,1 V r . ra :i - ii pll?d frost the charsotsr sf the trsst da* "... i , -rj< ration by ts charter, tbst *ui 1 1 ? , i>< ?< v hat is granted of its character as a i aix i e nt t .oetaned, I do aot lateci to ? ij thai rosapilest for U.r Corpir*'<>n 'o g'? i i t * 'd aia a frane.biso in tbs use of the p ibl c rt i I es'y tfasfe of Mirse resointioss ss th?y -esd )f Iks i t ???M have beee valid sr. 'irdiBg P? is p ? . in p. rt t " vMed t had b??n siadr tn good faith, i as m- r < re i bat the pialati is nan as*a>) it for onfs thflilne?a tn ih. ain.' rai ' n of a tr<ist. not In their character oi ut pSye-v tor that weuW it.e,Jude r.oe r"S ding <wnsi* ?> ie?; ruste, htit ar hrblfcs'.es of -er tvit ,-<? i n..i ; i t '? s 'tr > ? r '"If rvlty b tfce ?s.y r inf ptft % (and one which rtHtrei me from considering Dm question of in the Cobubod Oonnctl), that the Judge who | Mud i be evidence en this subject bu decided that uj | br. ach of trust waa proved. So grave a charge ought not '> to be lightly in'errea, but to be 01 any avail gbouUl be af- | i rmatively and clearly sustained by the evidence. Tne chaiye v?im that more advantageous oilers wero re i?cl<d by the Com moo Council, but the Judge Bays that a | bt tt> r bona Jitiv oiler la not proved to have been mivle. In an equity case, wc are not, it Is true, concluded by the I veruictof a jury or the decision of a Judge on question! j of fact, but upou a full examination of the evidence, 1

am taiisiled that the judge came to a correct conclusion upon U w question, The plalntill's cannot, therefore, avail themselves uf tb'.s alleged ground to sustain their action. The allegation of the pl*lnt.tls, that the del'eodat* pur post* (like their respective lands for the track of tbo road, is net sustained by the proof Their titles to the low ??liiiined b> HMB were noi M mitted in the answer, nor were tlie conveyances to th em produced in evtdenca on the tn&l. There wan proof of |>o*setti!on of the lots ami buildings adjoining Uie streets by the p'aintitfB, or under them, as owners. But there was no direct evidence of the'r poeeewion of any part of tho streets in front of their iotrf except of the vaults, for which they bad respectively made compensation to tho Cam mou Council, to which body they had appliei for i e. mistion 10 construct them. In the country be possession ot land adjoining a public highway U jus. ly deemed soaio, although not conclusive, evidence ot tu4 (os-MKion ot' the ai joining halt of tbe road, subject to the ? art ment. ( 'rdinarily tue owners ot UM land devoted to tbe public a?e, in the rural districts, retain some right* m the goi ? ail ute private rights which may be compatto ' with the free ana unobstructed exercise of the public pri vilege. Thus ihey have the exclusive right to tbe pv ture and the wood, which are frequently of considerate valre. T be existence and the common exercise of the right raise a presumption in favor of tbe adjoint! g pro prietors. It is but a presumption of a fact, bower, r, sad may be rebutted. In cities, however, tho prist. sio or (U there be any snch) the existing owneis of the strata oi iho streets cani:?t exorriso any acta of poes>". s ion tor their individual benefit over tbe devote 1 so I. Tbe many uses Ui which :t may be appropriated preclude that. Tbey have not, tbereiore, auy possession which t?u raise a presumption ot '.itie. Especially is this true in a city where the title to the land, in a great portion of tbe stre< ts. is vested under the provisions of law In the cor poration. If, however, there was aoy presumption of title id tho plaintltft. bv r-a.?on ot their possessing the lands ad joining the streets, that would he fully met by their admission ol title in the corporation, implied by tbe r application for permiif on to coistrio t vaults under tr.e ball of tbe streets adjoining their lands, and payiui; a compensation for the pr.vijege. I do not deny Dut ths' if tbe plain'itfts bad proved that the title to their lotK b*a emanated from those who at tbe time had owned the beds ot tbe streets, and their deeds had bounded the pi o pert.y by the streow in general terms, their title wo.t nave extended to toe centre. The vendor could have t ?d no inducement to retain any title to the portions of tie streets fronting the lots and buildings ot otbet proprietor, and besides, as a street boundary may b>) tae margin or the centre, the construction most f? vorabic lor the grantee might bo applied, which wc I carry him to the more capacious boundary. Tnat is tbe rule wbeie the conveyance in between private <ndivid;:u ; acting in,reU rente to their own property. It is different when tbe State is a grantor . and I am ncllnd to th, i? that it is inapplicable where the grantor is a corpora! on, holding the lots for private and the street* for pot'li: purposes. Thtie the boundary of tbe private prnpei ty by that held for public purposes would apply to the dlv 1 ing line between the two, tbe came as when one lot bounded by another. If a vendor has no title beyoao tbe adjoining margin of a highway, and b>unds tw gractee by the highway, in general terms withaco?e Rant of seizin, it wouia be no ore ach af the covenant tr.At bis titlo.diel not extend.to the centre of the highway. '.. { therefore, the plaintiffs had traced their titles back to * u? Corpoiat on, and tbe Corporation bad in the original c . veyancrs boundeo tbe lots by th? streets, I think tuat they would not have thereby established their claim;' t sny part ol the ad,oinlng streets. If, however, tbe plo n tills had clearly proved that their t'tles extended to roe centre, the value of their Interest would have b. ???a merely tominai Tbe public would still bave a right t > engross the uso, to the exclusion of thi enmymeot ot any private right, so long as the public easement should c c tlnue and as there is no probability of a dlscntinuir the right of reversion would be worthless. It ia for tl ;?> rearon ihat when tbe Corporal. on demand, aod acquire ?? legal prcoeedings. the absolute title to the lands de<ltcs:od by the- owners to the public ftr streets, a nominal oo n petsation only is awarded (In the matter of Thirty second (? treet, lPJi Wendell. 198; in the matters of Tw. n I ty ninth and Thirty ninth streets, 1st Hill, 189, 101 ) T then, the prosecntini ol the proposed measure had b< "n for a prrpu*e to which the lands claimed by tbe pla n ti(S.i bad M been previously devoted, they would rot have been entitled to an injunction to protect an u t?-rest of merely nominal value; more e?p?rally they could have obtained ample redress at er the actual infliction of the Iniury. But the use ? o' the street for a ralway would not vary .ts prima r. designatton. It was designated principally for a p? way, and a railway furnuhes an improved method of locomotion. Tbe late Judge Jones says truly, .a Iirake vs. the Rudroo Hlver Railroad Citnpany (7th Kj. iow .'it* i that "the said road with its cars. nroDalled av the ap; Dcauon of aleam, or by aomlaal power, is a now mode 01' turn* the atreet, But n'.ll It m a use ot it for iaua.Bg mil repatmog through it with Teh if lea for it. carriage of pa??enger?. Uti of gooda, and fre rhts: ? vt the uao of the rtrccts by car* with paareuger nqu:? l> within tne ackoowi?d?ed rlpht thu* to tra.crae the atreeta with carriage*, ** the use o) thorn by "th"r v< cite tor i.m:lar|>oriHMi?d " It therefore, toe plaintiff. <i i any title to the land* id the ttrerts, the.r p-oporty will not be ut?<l for at.y putpuae other tliau to pursue previously acquired privilege*, bad itny are not cntitk I to a ty con pen at ib, aor of co re" to an 'n unrtion for the rem- oo that bO conipenrat.on has been awaiiled u> Uiem. If it"? ob:<c(i<>c which t hare feeec c,< oalderiat had been 0", naily n id, they would not have bceu cured by the coo tirmaU ry aft o. April 4. l i. The l-rgUUtuie may /. ?omr npfMt, (although I do not) po?ae?e despot' lower, ritej t w Here ilifl people bavo been ao fortur ? e *f to r<?trict by tbeir rrgai.x itw but that con'a r ? a rettnetun broad enougb to prevent tin- mtctm -nt of . effectual law to lanct.oa the broach 01 a private tru t or tf? pre-ett private proietty not only tiom bc;ag tik? ". bet Irom fctinir tn etlect annihilate i witbotit a Mr ana . u?t con. latitat" n to tie cwocra. It u, however at . ueatiocably <?< mpetent ro- the Ieg'-latnre to reli.' a meaeure ffcti any oh.ectiona exclua.vely of a | Ic character. That wouM ?I course l>e do lnir;nt.-a merit ot Itrtt? r'ghu: atd the r bta of tM people n their collective capacity are guuirali/ subject t,i leg alat.re control. It, tber for", the rn*oivt oaa in 'in '* t.oo, exceeded the p-.wer conterreJ upon the city Uf i lature in author t eg the con- traction of the prop) d railway at all, or n creat ng or conferring upon priv .B d : vi<:*uala a .rati bine which would etvUioit a mo poly in the public rtreet*. and winch would in eiiect X't late a general provl* on in the law ol tbe State lor beaett art' protector of traveller*. or in re. ii ictuig Ccmmci Oocnctl tB taeir pow?r to ri-*-late the atre.t or ir.autfcorii eg the creation of a public nuiaanre trre iperuv <?( .in etlect* u|?n the right* of private sad . nuair, or ir the < otrmon Coun -ii, >b mak">g the gr??', aaa-imed executive or adminatrative |>o*,'rs. which b\ ' bete exprraetv denied tothetn. or tl tb ? r.tol u: nnwo t?terfere with tba power oafkrrc I npon th* M*jror, tj licMur carriagot, a i tiiv*o bnuir, ax wat t aid by tbe rorBtiel for tbe defeBtant*. '? ob|.?'tioti,. ? li whlrli no private individual hn? any cnaerrn. ai.o ol which tv fmt<- aloBe can como'iaio, were effectual/ ri "Me l by the confirmatory xutitte, *nd wh'. h, r> far a< it relat>- tn tb? e rn a t era, the fane leaned c<mr?"l very proper v (Jein.iniBaifd "a peace act." Tl) remaiBinf objactioj if, ai I vii'w it, of a muih more formidable ehara'ter. t tLat there ulle;.-*u retoluiioDo ?? re Aerer adopted by ' . Ccirmon Coui.i l that they w > re never letai'y p? That the two Board* la what t:..<y pa.-*e<l in tn * nta> ae.tr d tu tbi r lc| -latire capacity, I do not eut-rtan' doubt. Whether It !? rot!?lder'cd ?? a r'mple re*." tioo ol t?e ntre?tK, rcvoi ?bl# at any t.m1'. or t gn>Bi of a iraaebire, it la ttlll * b t^tative v' Ttir d?terat>oii oi lermlat.ve po ?er to tlie t.>mmoj rVi.j cii a is geacral tcr*a. it le limited, i O. rre, by ih? c Bri'tnuon and Uwk of t' e ^lat^?. but t.Mtli#r reatt it in th?' particular watcb I am ?on<UlcriB(. A? the m tBio give* bo cefnition of the t> rtn It b<" under ? ?? I and u.terpreted accnrdtig to tu ordlu iri ?Igalleail > < Toe prart i.c ot the < < criituting t<ow.-r may alwayi >< con' iiiered, and (boutri 'Ave r>.Dtr?lUBt * gbt in tb-' i ti rp:< t?tion vl it? own aBgrage .Now, u liai er.* b u tbe j>riict ce of our l*gi>.iet"rr to rmtfer (MachtMa. an 1 evtti to < curey tanda to IB<ltvi iual*. try leg'* Mtive f ? I a pr i< i^ie i'ka tui? ?? ed? rmr.liitm ->n n. tt a ? <a e o! Hetrf-cr v?. Peclt, (ttH ? ar?eb II.Ti. w i:oh citeu by Uic dt l< adant's ooubs< I. I do not tu jk t*t?' wan dei uled rthetwiae by our (Tirt of Appoaia :n it?e i af< ot tt e I'eepie r? -tnrtevan' It !? ditflc^t 11 -ay bow 'ar the Court istenccd to g i u that ca.?n. Ta?" jly t<..n? 1 1< ??*r iy iicciJed W4*. fiat n t.i ?i? feo-o?u?ft oi tbe Conitnoi rocc< il purp>rt<ng to author f? the i ? i.i.ction aod ire ol rat'aav wtre > *i? art?. ti.ey *i re BOt ?o tar exetup trow udklnl interMence that an BiuKtioa reMntaiBg leg lauve acti^o wa> en i or eoviii be racj >n .ragarded that waa < uough for tnn detenu rati Hi ot it at caae, aud whatever elrc wt? >? t IB the of iamn or the earned Judga wa- ao vii t rfutmn, at.it bo doubt wo dd hi to co:; i r red b> h.m any *i.oa*n i? nt ca>e AiONMMCIIMI iBthaye*'* lfKi and lh5o coaaisted ot a IViard ?of Alderm-n an< ? b<H?rd of >??i?tat:t*, w bo together pot?e*^?--e! ? t ?ettltd tbe leg'^'Bi.ve power ot the CrporatiTt) j s could be bo a<t o( the Common Cosncil wit1) ' tbvi'i oporatton ot both boarda. Tbe term bnu<i a< apf! ?< to tbaae bodltf ray have two meaning? ooe vntra h?v eg ref?ret ? e to the leglaiative crent on * uch i? c ?) tiatocn: and tbe other referrlsc to it4 nn'itib"r?. ia wa u tatter and more important aenae it '?* rlnn." i by every new renerai election. The meidb i> d' cotirte. coeatMnte the board f >r all p \<r actios aad wh'-o pot* ? '* are |o b" i-r ? tbe mender* legally MMiaM iea at )?? ? ' ?. gialat.ob to be eCettual. muil oe por.ormed by t )? t > Im arda aho tngnth?r i on*tdutn t:ie Oimnrdi Cduu >i w. aa ao ai tier biviy, the Common t (H nr:i oi IMS w i -i t u.e toBimm CoudciI oi lvr>: t)e<?u?* th^re *m an - 1 tire charge of tbe mtmbfrinl one of tbe ? "attita4 i an(tat?rt?? ob the Ut of .lannary, ln> r< aohMlon ib <|u<etion were not paaa d bv tbe Coniiu" I'r cnnl of l*#i. aa they were not tb?n adopt?d by lb* tW ard r.f Aidermeii, acr by tne t ominon Coutu li of lift's, .-they we?e not then adoptr d by the Atalmatta It r>< t preleadod that the re o!ntlon? wern t'i?e | la |(|8a II < t were not ra??*d ib lHS't, i'ecauso tlie AMtatanta < r.'jaMlthe Al lenn n Ib lir>r, coul I n <1 i the ut ? r ? *r ccaleafla ao ar to ftti m (Be Cora mo a Uauucti. I n ? mbtrii of the two board* are tbe tegialatlve ri- 'e* ?).; via ol tbe corporator*, and tb'ir net* in ttiat c*p( -y ?>> ? i i.naldered a- tbe ac* ol the Corporal. on Tb- / ? thtir ? flicacy from the ptlaclple of te,ir.<?ei,tt ? >n ?lie) are reprta* ut?tn er only dur ng tbe r BfTi 'ta u>r.r> v bo th 'B wtre the legal represented ft* ;n Hs:i ?nc ; ,v .edly ibe then exi?l'ng Aldermen an t t?t**tanM, and , i i *<t cnuid be fa*; ed tn that year without thetr 130 op i tt< ' BM if the pro. rdure in thtt Inalance, wat v ? t i, ) rr might be |,a?ed. not only wltho' t tlie co op?ral> >a . ? i u t twe extailag I oer?ia, but laeapoatlioe to til* v,>:Wa , ? ' rremhei" ct one boerd bv a'iohi .t had pe- ?) 'ieei aj i I ' td, or t >en i of-idered. the i^riaiature might ht?.> hi,ii o /.?d Uii" monauona pracegure; but it ha- not done | ..ra rlyfcot a illrert term*, nor, a? if *eem* to no b rd< refice. Ihc aro\ i*ioa n th" amen' cd i-narte- of , - the* whet) the Mayor IB prevented fr^te re< ,ro r? rr < rrtlearce or reaot'H-oa ol the Common Oonm hy Hi i kl of >t# id-ron, t shall not be a law uaiil the ex . i r? ?? M fl>e Air afVr th" commencewien' of th? n jri |( ? ?,rn af t eCnmBu n CanBc'1 hv > hen the on! ? mi. r rr#' I""* ?l "II he rnor- Ciiirl it refitted Within toch time, and be dtouoaed of .a the same manner and with the like effeitaatf preaeuted at the procetut; aesaion," baa reference to the tutmu Council by wuoin '.Uo ordinance or resolution won originally pasr'id, and net to one wboso member* bad been changed. Tbat construc tion m supported by tiie Oiruction that the ordinance or resection stall be reeansidei ed at the latter ho*> ion. ; Heconsidered by whom i termini v not by theme who nad I never < onsldeicd It Oolore. But if the provision mx./ up- I ply to a i\t wly elecied Hoard, it la special, relating rmply j to a reconsideration ot a measure by tee two en.iitiijg J lVarde, and ran be extended no farther ? certainly bo ?o lar aa to violate a principle of reprosen tut on. Tht case of Cole* a^aiost the Trustees of Wtl | lisno-borg, (10 Wendell, 659,) limply decides th'U i where a petition >8 necest-nry to any action of a municipal corporation, one pretitnu d to a former Board will autho rlze their succesforp to proceed. That may very well be, aa ibe presentation of the pttilion watt a perfected act, so rar oh t; related to the subscribers. Nothing more wn. to ue one by them, and aa to them it mauered not to which hoard it w a prevented. That has no releruaco to the case where the cou joint action ot two constituent boin^a ik requisite to make it the action of the coiupotit* body. The delegation of legislative power* to the Oom men Council, at) it was constituted in 1H5? and 1853, win by rUtuto. The Dong an charter, it id true, recite* tbu "tho city ol New Yoil U an aLCient City, and the Citi itenu of the *aid city have been anciently a body polit e and corporate. That kw not cnou^ii, however, to *how that it wat a corporation by preacrip'lon; nor could it have been aujb, aa aullicient nin- to inaae it such under the Knglirh law hud not elapsed tines the discover/ of tti in continent. If, however, it had been a cor poration by proscription, the division of thj Common Council into two boards was by ? ?? into and of modern date. The principles which control this new institution are such as are applicable to recent enactment). In 8'ich cisei the grant to the con solation cannot be explained, ana most assuredly lis powers cannot be created ?y usage. In ancient grarie, and especially wnen exprested in obsolete phraseology, utage under them may be resortod o for explanation, but never, even in such cases, to esjiblish additional po? ers. Thai the Common Council may have aKpted * po lice conformable to what was done in thta instance, and purtued it for a period of twenty five yefcra, it it bad been luJIy proved, wbich it has not, would not have Shown lht>t it wus lejal, or within the compass of their power*. Their legislative powers were not derived from usage, but weio acquired wholly under the statute. In all anch ciu-ep, if thi-ie are express statutory definitions tney mist control, but if there are not, any power cod lerrad muri bo taken with tu ordinary <|ua!itiea and ineicents. That it tho reasonable ruin, and it hs.s been established by authority. W'ni. then was the rnle in tbo particular which l am consider iLg n legislative bodies consulting of two brangbt.^' In i.eg uiio. when there was an election of a new House of ( ommoua, the unliniahed business pending In the pre cid.rg Parliament waa at an end. there wa< never aa instauce where a bill adopted oy the Home of Coamon-i, only, of one Parliament, was taken up by the Bouse <?" Torts and Jriaily paaaed without the con 'irrence of t > newly elect"d body. The rule nan been extended to p rogations, and where the same bosses re-aasernb.e.i. Blackstone gays (Com., vol. 1, p. 186) that "prorogatoa path an end to the session, aad then such bills as are only begun, and not periecied, must be resumed >Uncroo (if ut all) in u subsequent session. " Jetl'eison sa>8 (Uatiua', sec Ol) '-Parliament* have three modes of separttion, to wit: b> adjournment, by prorogation or diasolutij: by the king, or by the efflux of the term for which 'hey were elected. 1'rcrof ation or dissolution constitutes there what ia oalkd a fcasim, provided some act ntspa-.-*> In this case, a)) matters depending before ibem are dm continued, and at their next meeneg are to ue taken ep dt Hooo, if takeu up at all. An adjournment, #:?ich is t-y themselves, Is no more than a continuance of the ses.siou fr< .ci one day to an >ther, or tor a fortnight, a mojth, etc , ad klitum AU mattrrs depending remain in i ttvu </u?, and whtn they meet again, be the term ever to distant, are rebumed, without any tresh com nenremcnt, ut tho point at which they were left."' (1 Lev., 166. I*x l'arl. c. I Relies' Rep , i'fl; 4 fnst., 7. -T, v8; Rutt. 6t, i Mod. 10:!; 1 Jac. L. inct , tltie, Parliament ) Ue subsequently re. narked that "wh n >t was said above, tnal ail rua:;or-t depending betore Parliament were discontinued by the dcterma.at.on of the sushion, it was nut meant forjudi ciary cases depending before the House of i.ords, a i li aa impeachments, appeals and suits ul error. rnc-e ttand continued, o' course, to the next sesfion (Kavm. 120, Jac. I.. I) . title Parliament.) Impeach moots stan i, ir like mar cer, continued before the Senate oi the lulled states." It is stated m u note "that it was held in tbo case of Hastings that a dissolution did not wurk the dis com, nuance o. an impeachment " Im; ? nrtirn 'uij are Tike Indirtmentc. snd when once preferred they reaia'n pending belore lhe courts until they arc decided; ro, t> o, the IIoulc ol Ixirds acts as a court !n bearing and de cidirg appeals and writs of error, and ia then governcf by the tame rule ol procedure. Hut the actum of Uio House of lorJa, when sitting as a court and aist'ng alone, furnishes no rule for governing their conduct whin acting m their legislative capacity, wuere tbe cou curreoce ot another bo<?y ia requisite. The practice of the Knglinh Parhament. when anting Ifgislatively, lii been unitormly followed by the Congr<k>? ot the I nitcd States, by the legislature of this 8 Ate, and, t.o far as I know, by the Leglalatures of all tbe o her states, in alt these boJtio . when there t as been ancte e< t>on of eitb' r t rtncb, tbc- untiniKhed business of their piodeceaaora it cot dtrod at absolutely disci nt.nued, Bud if taken up at all, .8 acted upon wlllio .t reference to what nae been di.ua oelcre. Why Is Dot lliia rule applicable to the f imui >a Council of New York? Can a power delegated 10 1 hem i>?j taken w thout the restrictive incidents which enter luto 1U> definitions and aoove all can it be suppose I that when a cuperiur body confers some of ila owu power upon aa inferior ono, it desires to go beyond its own Itmmr I am naii fled thai Ui.a rule oi ac'iun m all legislat.re boduM mutt govern and control the Common Council of New Ycrk iu their legislative proceedings. The supposed re ao.utiona in question were therefore nul. uu 1 vo.d hiii-i piesentcd to the Major ior hia coundi rauou. Tbetuo--e fMat action of the two bram-hes VM not, therefor", upon U>( rpi'otindcratlon oi a i r..*1->usly adopted orii - aasce. If it could bave any eilect it would Live bitn kn an original or a new amendment. in toat ?.(* it wu ineffectual, aa it was n"t sub ? recently prilcnted to or approve! by tho Major. In l ne, what was atlem; ted t o be oone was neither a ?rai.t, licence, resolution or contract of tbo Comrnoj council, or. in !act, ot anybody. It via* net, l beret -mo, roniiran d by the "peace act ' ot Apri: 4, 1844. U ut embraced in lto term*, nor could it h*ve beej the design of the legislature u> complete the nilclrbed bus' c<it >'f tin Con men Council or of e.tner ot iu nraLohes lUe re*olutl<nt in question bad becu a-fpteJ but by a liecte Board in an}- year, or during the e- dtcc.^c of ant one Common Council, ami were not, therefore, at any t u.o the act of tLe retire body. If ?uch retolutteaa are r.bs aci? fixed by what thry arc, tod not by what tb?v ai o doigneu to be, a ctnt rmaiion of the aci ot the Con muh 'oubc.) would not re 1K b them. In tbm point of view it to unnrcet>ary to contider the quest on discttaacd at the bar? whether a BaUit) ticm Inherent defects can be coahtmed by an act of the legiisature- or, am> tb>r question, Whether the Legislature, tavo.g devolve! the power ol regulating tue ^tr ?u upon the Coaatoa (euBcil, ran return it without the >? >n??nt oi iue irferitr body, legally eiptesaedf Tie remaining q.'ttioti* U' be considered are, whether Ike co turn Hon or tue of the proponed rai'roal tin platntiila would elrarlj nulla n a ?< rum* special injur/ wbith'r would produce a pub is kuiaaar.e, aud a ?<>, ? or.e peculiar to toemtnivea ? oy tho n?x ona procedure Jagrreto wist ajp- .vj te be the predoraloan Judicial ?< imment in tbm ^tate. that an autaorizad railroad iu ? city is not a public ?in.- am e When the pr.ncipal ari * mi. tioaed, that legal,/-* the temporary ok*tn;< Un to the public canr*?| by Ike prusreotioa of tbeapp-opri i e work, and wouid prevent any ellu tul act a by ndiv i alt nn awwtt ot any oowae^iitnual m iry? ilto jn|b it ?light be pei cliar io them? which ilould ne. p<*tr ly f *u:;frcmtt. But It is ocherw e wh-n tie railroad neon atiuHed wlttic it the requisite a iltority, when >he' t< aUMUcct, a! Iraat tn iew~v ug tte pavi ment and lay)o( the rails would be njun.a..i ie an 1 at tb#y would nee ttui'y bi crnkiierable. t,?e.. would ammiut t japn'iif; n ; tam e. If the loiury woul l be re. '"n<>d to t 'tnllm, (aii I by that term 1 ion n t to i <-> ,<t? all who iu*e i ie <treat lim ply as a Parnate.) the people aionr 00 . i ( tain an ac t o-, lur it- rcformatiuu or prureat on la ordur timi bte ir dividual* |o tr.tuttia a etui ftr miwuoi in Mr own bebaw. it uu<t be Bp|iari<ni that tbe ir ory of wli tbey xBitiain wul ? naue. and wit bt pecut.ar uo lli?m-eive? The jiroheu. ?.i de.cten.nis re* ut I mn?t be rcatooabl" rerU i, atri nit mi-rely poseible or | e.< u )<? i babio til,.'* f oae Uneat^nn to dig a pit or no : i* a loy la the birttwar, an tndiridoal caan i obt'. n I an iBjuacttoa to p re*, nt U?? nu.?aaoe ante he t* la ' . ? babtt of iiru (i ,u Dial partoi Ike hghway i> the ni : ? . ?r>it fee or b ? borte wii- pr '>eh!f s attain t la'i not e -"i if it ahouid be mar ma dwe1 .ng bouse, rhe dancer m.|ht be mm nect oader -icii c rc ira-taa. ee. *>ut < t cer'aia, ann It wor.lo a'??j be .me which a<- woul I ' i.r ? with the travc.;.uK p-blic. and wonlu exioud no f.rttr r than t?> wbat migbt b>' ncurn d a lie i>?e ?>( toe fr.">t ? niplv at a i<ae?age and ibe (ivtairr praMMNV or < ?. tint ot tfee apprthn ded iin:r? ?y reti.?<Mi of nropinq i ty * ould not cbacge ita ? oaiwrter (rota pah b<- ti jTiiat-. The Jnege who tntd 11. t act . a tocu.i *..!'-uiii ?ny that the piaiotiita weuld auttain -per .1 mi urr hy the ot??tr . Hon to tfer arrets lo the r ttores This apptebeae-d grit. tance m nut one oi iti ito parUcularly aperitW la in roir j lalnt ;t Iii r IrJ j tk ? ?? no. a: cti.uge that fn pro^oee-l wo-W would, if pf*a??at*d, be *p<r ? v Bjbrtaua to them. The rulei oi ;'0l olead nK Would seem to require gttatii particularity; but if ibe row pla it was defective ti mat parUcu ar, tba defeniiantt [ ?hor,ld bate moved '"or ?a ordef pon tke plaint m r* '"orm it, or at tny 'ate rfewnld ta' e obiei te?t nn [%,< trial to the introductiiiu ol evidttoe to s ippirt a ehargo nm n'ffiriratl/ tpecifie.i. Ae tbey 'lid naitaer, it i? mo ia'o for ;h? m to 'aite it now It tr aat be considered an tia? ng btt a raeed e^pecjUl/. at It wae not e\ n m*ui'i>4) ti the nrgi mrnt ot 'K. (.ei*ndant's oatiaaal, wno newr r tt m ra'.tlog as a\a tab'r, or eren piautibie point in he talf of karneat lb?.le ?es coot-uti'm thai Ibe aei-? tn the plsiat''' a bill dings ?.a lb" other '-ideof I'.e ^tree^.i ibivt'gb wheh it ? opoted to toaetriM.! the railroad, ?e? m? to oe wariahUd uy it>e evidoa e and ndeed wu in ItefioM'y CWMtwverta oa th? argutaeiit Hot th- :? ei ant't ronntr' roi leaded to Hreauously an i ingen < f J that this appri liend- 1' > ,ury wooh' not be gpeca! at (>t "i liar to the piaintills tha*. it produced cone lera >i? i oibt in IB/ Biir ,.i whether I bail not been ai.sta*. ? i i ile oi nu n wtiib 1 bai exp-i> sc-l to ibecouirary. m le I i. n way rai rrad (W'liami v -hero '>t It ? iniStO) liln rsasj,' tiie grain ,? vwid Tr ? < tba *a. 1 1 1 adcuuale i?iw> in make t, or imieei titd h n ay; iai!-i ibe pia.ot. N a? jo ' prletonaf bai i . c? .1. i naowsy, WOU'.il 1 ? Jieeolinrlv io 1 Bt ly B e l t atlmipti i ik? >>atl" th icioi. .ant< t.) romir.i t fir ptopi ed ra:'way an l uejr wi<*J t lie ratitled io no iBjSBttlOt !? pi ef#a; t tiki 'or wb . b tb"y eo;il I obla.n no mil . Ht? M,'r. ?? !b tke taw My rxaatimlkw ef tbo t\ ii i ? t sit ce the artumont nf thl? c^tr h*s dusipaieo ibo double wbii It wen tbeat itaied, and led me to a lemiup hr; of my It rater opinion Tfii,sjor> in thie ca>e is lot io me pelage along or a? rust the street tr im me ptrt to aaotbet, which s a public pri wlege, bill to the aocen frc m the street to Ibe piaintill's Imild.Lgs. which is a pr vale r ght. in we i h llie pul> Im- ? net nol -hare. An tnter i f.i oiln irh a* . ?-? woe i inll'rt so tajurp npon Ibe t?: r prculiar Mi blmtelf, tti which it'ier* hsreno'- t cetB. II it true that the number ol aullerera ia this io 1 1> i s * w mid tie vet y g. eat. I. u ; mat woull ?otnrareiii snj of thtm fri tr. oblaiBlng ndivid' ai redretit. It misnt ? mil reason lor mi lBdiag aa pla.Btl/la in on I iMitM jwr?otit who iiave ao jomt iMt*re*l, for il^ rprt-e e< avertir.p a tlirest<ned evil i>om f'tfMi cto>f a v, t rt them all the mjurr, f mtiited. would be direct, trd Bot remotolv t n,iiBtia;. an. tM ? . rtfst it eaNMfel Tfan. i! ft seiteus obstruction should b? crested tn the mouth of the Mt??t?sippt it would lo tome extent impftir the Access from ttie im*?h U> the lands of tbu ripai iau owrws on tbat noble rver. But, then, the injury would be consequential lo "be interruption of ? public pnvtlogu. and not directly aciu.g upon ? strictly private right. I Tbo public privilege ot |*u-?.iiig Iroui tho ?:hj uto i ?* ' river woo Id be alone Invsued, sod tbat would not 'urniafc ft valid cause 01 action t? tnuivlduals to wbora Ibc cooae. qiiences might prove injurious. Tbat distinction would l-rnvuil or render Iftft mtmrtW tbe ? ' Kbower of fsubpto race" in Buit^ iustHuteo r?y the summons ripsrian pro- $1 prU lors, to w u tch aiiuitoo wag made by tbo defendants' counael. Tbo dcci-ton of ibe Court of Appeal* in tha case of Could ngiiiiist tho Hudson Uiver Railroad Coaa )>ai y (2d Scldcu, 6v.) dues tiot overrule this Joctrtyo. J ?ay the decision. however. that applied to tbo o^eatlotMl < actually Involved, urn I was not nocesssrily a:oor<l?nt wttb all the rtaiu'kx of tun lewrnid Judge who expi'cssodl an opinion Id that cave. The question in tbat carte wan whether an uwrer ol I ud ou the bauks of the Hudsqp river could maintain an action against ? rail* road company for dnmagae surtatned by turn in oeing de prived by an embankment ?f hll access to tho river, Tha Court held tha. tt>e action 'O ild not be sustained, because the damages resulted I'u ni au obstruction authorized by the statute organizing 'be railroad. But If tbat is gooo* law, It by no means follows that the action would bare failed If tho obstruction had Deon unauthorized by the I.egn lat'jre. The owner, It is tree, would sustain a damage ? hethur the cama catuaru lia>> saucti >ned by legisiittcv or not, but if it rtsul ed from a lawful cause it would be damnum ats<fua injuria. I ,-unnot suppose tha', Ibe Court of Appeals intended to decide, Dor do 1 believe lttibe law, that ihe owner of land adjoining a highway by lan J or water, I aj not ft privu'e right of access U> it (and 'A there tk ruch right It itiufit m ceu 'arily be privale, as itii public cannot slicre lu it) or tbat damage* caascd by m inteiruption u) it by an obstruction unlawfully interpose! are irrecoverable. I'jm.d the wbole, I am satisded that the project for tba prcj-osed railway w is ne .er egally adopted by the Com mon Council, aud that its pursuit, If tolerated, would In flict serous injury uioo trie .UintitTs, In which none bu^ tho proprietors of tbe land adjoining thn itreiti tbrougt which it is designed to contract said railway would p&(Y., tici r ale, ?nd that thereiore, the Injunction for which thej a. k should be granted. The judgment at the t pedal terra should be reversed, and an in jntiction should bo awarded pursuant f> Ihe prayer in tbe complaint. I am not ibc ined t?? allow any cos is. ADVERTISEMENTS REWKWEP ETERY PAY. rtAAAUAl* Al AND UPWARDH-TO LOAN OR BUY FOR OASR ?PA diamonds, wn ches, jewelr,\ , furniture, dry goods, silks, cloth*. and every kind of merchandise. Private rooms far* eae.li visiter. Kcsuiess cnnlldenbftl. This ollice is well known as esLiidlebeil and reliable, tteiiurate enlraace fur ladies* Pawnbrokers' tickets bought. T. R. HOUSTON, 412 Broadway. QQ/4 BROADWAY.? IIONKY ADVANCED, TO AN? UUT amouni on diamonds, watehtw, jewelry, piano*, ilry gooiis. segars, ano every oeseiiptiou ol valuable propwiy ot bought for rath: storks bonds, not"*, mortgages, Ac,, nego tiated. Wftt< lies akd Jew elr y for sale . K. THaiKK rooms No?. 1 and 2, second story. d> < nnn TO WANTED? BY a YOUNO MAlftf ?P Jt.UUU to sail in a sate aid lucrative business. To any one who will advance him tlie money he will give au in terest in the business w hich shall be equal to 20 per "ent petf annum. Address Richmond New Voi k Posi ollu'e. AQs nnn to loan on diamonds, watchfj, 'PZiU.UUU Jewelry, and on all other kiTids of personal prepeity, or bought lor cash. Notes, and bonds and mort gage negotiated at 4?6 IsroeJway, corner of Broome street, or 4S9 Broome street, room No. 8. <t?cn nnn to i.f?AW, on watches, diamonds, ipwU.Uut; )?welry, segars. dry goods, and all kinds el iierional property, or bought and sold, for -ian. Notes, bonds, mortgages, storks, Ac . m-ftotiated. "K2 Naisas streat, eerner of Ann. seeon<! floor, rooms Nos. 2 and -'V THOMPSON & CO., brokers and commission mercbantft. Loams madk upon vessels in port or at sua; also upon bank and ii.HUi a'ire slocks, eo i:uie. JOUJT B. HURRAY, 44 Wall sireet, over Bank of Nonb America. Money -money mhkrally adva.v< kd on ruK nilure, wstcbes. jewelry, tirearms, nautical, in isii al aqtf surgical instruments: horses wagons, hainers dry go.Hls. hardware, wines, liquors Rrocerles, snd personal pr-i^erty oc ftll kimls, or bought lor cMsh. Apply to UoCAK'KKaY it WALTERS, us Cstusirine street. Remittances to inoland, IRELAND, SOOTI.aM) AND WALBH. We lssuv aJ^b' bllis en ike Union Bank of London, Natiusftl Hank of Scotland, Belfast Backing Company, Ireland, Is inn.s from ?1 upward, at M per X. Address TAYLOR, BROTHERS, Backers, No. It WaM street, M. T. SHOE AND LEATHER BANK. -NEW YORK, SEPT. 2% liM. ? Dividend Notice ? The President and Directors hwvo Ik.s day declared a dividend of tour (4) per cant, payable on and ftfler Uw sixth 'lay ot October nejt, nntll whiob 'uneUm iruisler book i'n slot' i. S. M. KI.-'SAM, i' ?h er. The new YORK i.oan office.? oa*h advam k.% irom $lil lo |:5,uut, on diainui. Is. jewelry, watchea, p'ssee. Ac., 4c . on bonds ai.'l mortgagee, merchandise, Ac.; or bought for casb. at, S6 Massftti sireet, room Ne. I. \ II ? Also on scg irs and goods in bond. J. >1. BaRRINCKR. THE QUARTERLY INTEREST ON THE B\? k imrnto City Water I.oan iioads. due Ocuiber 1, InfiO, Mill be paui < n sod alter that date on jireientailon "I tbe < o ipocs at oiC I fl er. M'KLUi, KAROO A CO., MS Krowlway. Tfr ANTED- $3,000 TO BE t.ENT, ON POND A >I> VORT. TT gaae. ea'iuiprovetl real > iiate. sliUftlM! trn irues irom New York, for tlirie years, si 7 per cejit. Ins' aune cu build ngs H.0UI, Address Y. C., box 144 Herald cliff e. C'AKPETl\(iS AM) L'PI10[<STKKT. (CARPETS. J WSOLSSSLS ass *sri:u LuLOll TV k, RRO , Ml Hroadwy, eppesiU he Paak. Wfrftse ennstftnt'y receiTinr from Europe and 'heaui'dea salesail ihe latest et/^as of cjupctnig, wbb b we offer a: Uw ewes' market rates. A Dae Stock of Cknss ngruas Mfttiy oft Land. N ffW FALL GOODS.? CrasuniT, CPATAl* HATBKtAlA fu.111 I'if 1* ?APOIgO*. BOt/WOW A HAHT, V 343 Uroa^war, Ara now rer?.tlag A FCUi 8CP1.T or rAio. Futuible for sriTAia* rr*sitCKi oot raiac ???!) :mun ?i<-,)?iTioa, Wntpti ttm oflar wb-lwale aid reiaJ, I'pon the moat favorabl? torm* Stara cloned UB Saturday* IjAPrn H AM.INiH -FRKM H, F.SGLISH. tIRRMAM MHl American patrr hangn gaaixi bordava na la Imitation ol *'?xU Kn.l mm hie nrr-baard pi ick ?.. rlaina, pA Ac , at Ui* lowaal liner** for t aith CHII.DK A MMITIt. ?M l'*ar) Mreat. 1 'FIIOI.KTRHT GOODS.? L La< r and uiua-liri rur'.rina, Window c?rnl?ea, Silk And woi?i|d daraaak, Pha?t? braaaea. it n ft and *hile llmlAn ia, lord* and taaa'la. ? Jirotnand I ?pi. Ali k :,da if j-.niiu n?a, At wbel< Mir ar raiail, by CHILD* A SMITH, 0 a P< art alrMt TLoa ni\(i, ac. -MKR' 1UNT T * TT.ORS II AVINO Fl'.O" SUM TO ? I. tl.fMi worth nf dMblai lo dlarmM of. ai ???. f.iir r?rtw, wl'l mri't with a e.^h ? u- ? a ar. l?y ? H?s?r At 'Ii* * at% or ?-A? ?hewing IHt'MAS 1> ' QSROV >1 Fear! Wl?.i. <fc4> (Win worth or or.im.KMK* s i.k t orr r ?! i m r. ?at?d ? l.ibi'ial | i ? i" na I lm- g >*l r!oibiri|. n Iftrgc or autall Iota. I'm ctnal autn'irn r ten i? i r?lrra through pt-M or otter* e .ia?m mokowky. Pf^-i afreet. Tit \VKl.I.KIt<*' Ut lDK. 1) AT M!?K F OK ALBANY? FROM PFI't. :l AT 7 A. M.. making ibe pnnHpni lani ?nis*.? Tfc?* *t??.t ? r Al l fTA, inmi rami a?I So ring atrwii!, lea*"a Tuvi ?. rhnradAfa and ftaturdaia Ibe aRVK.VIA, from <b .nibr-ra - re- ? M'<a tihyii, Wf.li ? H.iajr? a. ill KrtdAj* d?B?- ting ai A I ?.Jf :b? > wring ii .iiii t.. Sa * j\sinJ the Hwl . al>? * W tra* VI ? at 10 X i*gkrH Kali* a?1 ;m<|iea?to* Br id#* FOR KRYI'ORl HIRW.T lici ni>K N.iitAiaa. The *|i)?ndid ' .Nini.r .MiKWaI.K will le.?\e N'-w Yurkf dadjr * m?Uj ru j ! ? I, ai tin t.?t of R>>btnaoa <?rmr(, At a ? i'Ioi b I" M. H' lirrunx, trill l?ir? Kryiior* at r |bt o p!<k4c A.M. Wugra ? 1 mi lit ronmc >m with :l.i? i'<w o*a-i?tai I'arin ?f Monmr nth iwnniy. Ht'DROJt RIVK.H RAII.ROAP ?FROM MAT >?, 1HM, ihr-ti* n?tul taw.oi liMubrra atrrci aM'ltin aalalowi: ? Ki| rr*p i. A M aal ft P M : m\*l. 9 A M 'l-io igh ?lf liain, 12 M ; "in frnot, 7 I*. M lor l'9 i(l b?" , ?ir J A M. an# I V. M ; ft.r fin* .ig, M %? A M. AO' I 9 ii P. M 'l?a train i??\ra ?Trrv Frid%? rvratn^, a( It P. M.. fr e tl?'*on,3&l I'. M tor Po k'ktil. 4 a id 6 t P M. The Pi v'iktrpaia. King Sinn and I'tck till a >(i at tbc wa> ivtmia Paa ??bi rra iak? n at ? liaribrra ? 'ana. 1 br atophrr an I rinrtT Ural 'Irr^ia. Traina lor ,Ni a Yor? !.-?*? Tror at ? M, ? li an<l in ?n am, a 'id t tn I". M K..at A. San J - ;ji -%a4 II I# A M.. audi I' M. A. F. *MITI1. *>l|>rrln rn<l#al. N'FW YORK AI*f) RtRf.Mt R Mt.ROAI>- T ARK RR 'lain mil}' # I fl< ? friMi St vi V'nA U?AiA?i>. I A? ai Und marl ronnortl'i j wi''i W ??'in and Nf>r'lirrn traina. 6 to A. M.. r?|?ie?? na"? lor A bno.*, wnbmit W rara, maiiMtinc wit 11 It A. M Central arid Mortbma traina. a III A. M . r I<> all train a n|<p n( at William- arlri*.' and aM a'a1 oiia ?|ioi e !t .v P >t , r>xpir'a, mnn mi w, h <h* Onini Rallr >ad M II P M Kan rniDg. l^atra Albarir ? a; o A V fi;>ir?a wiihi>ut <*liaac? ftf r*r* V IS A M . Bin 1 1 i rain. i >l P * . for Jt-w To t. VYo -ai ir nil J na">-ni.< r? on bn> n'aa i>r pl????rr to' ike iba llfc- r*oi F;i'li il i win h. Inr r'?niio'l, piomntnoaa o.* - "'''if. la iinanrjiaaaed 1 lie AI unr uama ara raw n?#->| up a ib I nun" r ? ??pro??d lirak. a, * hk'i plaee the r? in nndar ?beronttrl ol ibe enflllWt, retnlarim It the Aale^ rn* I m ik? I ... Tirkeia m in- al.la ned . >* Iwfgaffe rb' V... i .fflea W i p'li Rat r il. Albxnv or ? While and I ? i. k, Hi <ig| am! Tw nl) -U'h atieeta ,R?w >>>rk WM .1. fAMIIBKM/, * i "i doat, \'VW YORK tVP K P.TK RAtt.ROAI> OS AS" It XN >r llllli "HT. Ait^nat/. IW?, rrnd -iittl f il ,t'f no; c*, pkia' n<T traina will lea?e pkr o?t of I> tn- i . o|, '"al low a - I nrtalo F pre??, at ? A f r BnT.?; i lliirikn k (? ipi ' ??. ? '? A. * ?? n?n k Mail, at a lb A M . lor Hunk rk I M r .Jn and ' rr? ?dl a'e aiat'oBa I'unaengara bf thlt i-afo will lema'n oier n'(M a Onrsn and pnneed t lie n'-t' m"r i r g Chu at" Ripreaa, nt I P V , foi lltinku k. Itor k i?nd r??ari fr. At .' *>! T M <,m fool of iiiA'itban n eei.) - la PlariBOBt, lor ttn . mid mmnllate m ..n? W TIT Pa?"Hig? r, ?t i P V , tewbnrg and V .ldl?toW? ami Interuiedlate at ion ? F.*p' eae at i P. M . tor P'inkirk and B-ilTaio K m if rar ' . at Ii P M , for flnoairk ai d Itiiflalo, a?id Intermd ilia e ftalion? The at-'Tr a n? r in lallr anpitaK *\e*pted Iheae nvre-? traina ri?> i ec at ?? :n r* Wiih iha Rlmtra, OA i amtalpi ? ami 1 afnrt Fall" 3* 1-i.ad, for Vlasa'i' FaUa; at hlniiham'nn ?i'h the Syrar u?e and hinvhamion RallraM far Mraoiiae at I i.rn a Wl'h Rnltajo. l omlnir and New YorHl Ra<iit)*'l for RlfMlrr; at (hr-ni Hend with |lclawi<rrv I anfa- > ? am and W??'frn Raltroa<l,fnr S"ranton. at linlValo ind li m kirk a t'h 'he l.ake ahore Railroad far (letalaB'l and l^nela. van. Ti no f>? ro I Chi< ago, A% D. I'. Wi' Af,r t'M. Oeneral f np't