Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 10, 1856, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 10, 1856 Page 1
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THE NEW T NO. 7377. MORNING EDITION t ORK HERALD. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1856. PRICE TWO CENTS; THE ELE C T I O N S. T HE ft E 3 UL T ACCORDING TO PRESENT APPKAJUNCES. rOri'LA* rUJ*A?.ITIke A?0 ELKUTOKAL TOM. 2'he i'ujfular The JCUctvrvU ^ Vou r<M. Ken . 1858 , r-tfon., 18M.-, $ru Buux. Buchanan. fUlntort. frmemH. Buck. AU.JV't. OOUGCUoi.t... i4?7Q 1,472 42,492 - ? 0 Oettfornla ? ? ? 4 ? ? 'fSnoia ? ? 10,000 ? ? II 10,000 ? ? IS _ _ 'low* ? ? ?,WW ? ? 4 (Ulna 16.U1 1 Mi 27,670 ? ? 8 Mittt-?88,23* 19,'. t.9 108,829 ? ? 18 Michigan ? ? 20,000 ? ? 8 M. Hampshire 31,414 408 37,?i9 ? ? 6 New Jerfcy.. 39,481 1\l?l 22,888 7 ? ? New York 170,844 118,818 246 898 ? ? 86 Ohio ? ? 16,000 ? ? aa Pea any I ran la. 80,'"0 ? ? 2T ? ? lUbodaWarl.. 8,(89 1,803 11.879 ? ? Vermont ? ? 26 ooo ? ? Wlaooaam .... ? ? 8.0<)0 ? ? ToUU 370,C2? 160.S98 687,271 61 OC 126 Fremont s plurality Ufree $wt ? 410,640 74 ?Shut Statu. liucKatnar FiUti 1 not*. Bmk. ftU.yr't. Alabama 6(i(W ? ? 9 ? ? Arkuuw 8,000 ? ? 4 ? ? "Delawaru 1,868 ? 000 8 ? ? florlla 6(0 ? ? 8 ? ? Seorfta 2U.000 ? ? 10 ? ? Kentucky 7,000 ? 16 12 ? ? Louliuuub 1,000 ? ? 8 ? ? War) land 17,077 28,192 214 ? 8 ? tftatiealpr 10,000 ? ? 7 ? ? lllieourt. ... 1<?,UG0- ? ? 9 ? ? IfoiUi Carolina 6.o'.Q ? ? 10 ? ? BvitilL CarolLoa No popular rcte. 8 ? ? Teuiieeeoa .... {>? ? ? 12 ? ? ? let** 10.'i" ? ? 4 ? _ | Yliftnla 2. <? ? _ it ? _ j Tola' 124 48a 10,102 1.1/9 113 8 "w ?aokanao't pl'ir'y In ?!a?t ^tat.* 04,248 104 THE ELECTORAL VOTE. /Tw*-rn/**r, 18vi." N-n>*imb<r, 1868. Fteroe 4 B'lvbatiao 188 ?nott 42 r>naiont 126 Ktilmora 8 Plert^'t majority in 18S2 212 Baehaaaa'r ai^jorlty In l>-68 u0 NET7 YORK. CbanttA /lu- h.iixitn. Frfmnnl. FS.il *vm Albaiy 7,772 4 980 6,*i4 A lie# ban) i 487 0 430 790 Brno ait . 2.R6 4.2*8 792 Qttlareo|u?, 21 toaui 1,176 8.879 6(8 Cay Ufa 1,816 7,?40 l,W<l Cbautai.uie 1,847 788 J.Oio Ck?r vo<.....' 1,790 2/30 763 Cft<*aufO 2.607 6,483 1,( ?8 CIlDiou l.fcGl 2,283 1,899 Columbia 1,28* 1,613 l.Ot'O Oortlaad 1 016 3,485 514 Dataware 2 iw 4,.174 1,9)9 Dulchta* 2,610 8,849 1,4b > trie... 7,637 0,791 t.!2u Keaex 1,163 2 880 96 t Praaklia 1,612 1,473 1,181 Fultoi, 1,116 2,863 1,061 tieneee* 1 378 8,615 1,1 nl Cretae J a60 8,la8 1,584 Haaul'oa loontaj. ? ? ? Herkimer 1.662 6.0T4 1,217 JedtreoM ? 4 ooo mtj ? King* ;8,83l 7,774 8,831 l??na ? 1,873 maj. ? LlTiamtci _ 1,4-0 inaj. ? Maota. u ? 4 114 m?J. ? Moaroe 4.097 7,5*6 8,036 Moalfwry 1,48$ 8.030 J,149 V?* Vwk 41.6)4 17.IW-3 IB 8?i? Niagara 1 A18 S.AM 1,861 Oueula 6 a.jo 11.114 1.60S Ooondt/a 4^9 10,181 1,898 Ouiario 4 Ml 2 194 OraBjje 8 m?3 4,179 2,il8 Orleaee l,.?J6 3,lo6 1,416 Oawegi i,?ao sun 6oc Waajo .. .5 4-11 fl,2M) 1,'. 4 C'lILM 1,100 947 480 OverM fc.280 1 793 2 2?8 B.aewWf 4 464 4?M 40 1 Ricb?i>r<t I Sou 7?l Ml Borklain 1,641 ?M6 9>6 faral<n? y.8<S 4,3?4 2.Kit t*h<e.cia^y 700 1,700 1,8JJ 8ntefcar<e a.163 1,704 1,221 8ckuy ter 774 2 ?0 41? ?*??**. 1618 l.'.?96 1,16' fet I* ?r?'jce, 42 Iowim I 3;18 9 070 1,679 * 6,381 2 o*M Saflolk ?.(W0 1,178 .,788 fuUtvau 1,4(0 1,600 |.to J Tlofa 1,18t 1,684 941 TbXfktfM 1,140 4,07m 1.475 l'i?|.T, U towc. ... s,?"l 2,818 3,815 Wari?n _ 1,<00 m*0. ? ? Haetilii/toa 18W ?,l-a 1,840 Way?. 1 6'<l e.114 1,812 W?etcke?ter 9.U66 1 ?<5 8.014 Wye*.H? 1,70T S 818 0 ?9 Yafcoa 883 1,91)0 861 170,844 SM.89S 118.316 FroD.oni (vw Hvbanaa 76 Cft'J Aemoet over Fiiiuo ? lii,6%> .WhiMi, urar fiiliLorc, 57 ,'ii8 ?H?jor t; iint tbe deot'M-rat* 188,36i Wkol<- eumber or rot?? bi*M rrom, 680,468 1HK C1TT OlBKfiXATOKIAL TOTC. Kattkbay, Not. 8,13S6. Ma Rk>art ? In U?e rote call for Gorert^r, (!??? Id yonr laaue o( tbw> dale la a no<e atUobrC, yau ear that ' Uie Flret rt ? ?rlci <( the Twrtitt flrat r?'J n ?r?ntiog," rbe lbtl<>*io(r ? 'jBUm> >ot? ? Rntokx 4'.??, P?. 8?r 348, <,nf 298, ao l #aa ?led m ib' County Clerk'? ortute aa t tie la * diriMle. I> P i?TCKt.K, ' at* Clark of the Flr?t dhtrlet, T?r?ntjr 8ra? war ). rriiriiKN 11 rnr. common uockcil or 1857. Tbe city forimmeLt of 1867 will <xm>ala qolM a fim bar of flrrbet), em&og wb in wu fioilct U><.' IuIijkiOZ ? John Claasy, Aldormaii, Suth ward: Hoe? Comcaay NoM T"nr W AJauif, Ald< roan, devcula ward; Ujj.-a ? Company So 6 W. U Beiteel Ooum I'man, Thlr I Clrtrlfit, furciua* * H'?e >Papacy No. 88. Tb^e Monroe, coon oilman, rourtb ll.trui; Kaxlae Con pary No. 8. lobe Health, Councilman, Fifth dletrlct; <tw'8Uat Ka Jonea K. riill pa, OouBollmaa, SjT5at?'-nlh dlel'lct: Truklw .IcbB h'< noard, CouDdlman, tw. oly.flret dlntrlii. 'anf S. .H?-rke a, t>?anr i(nai.?, T?caty *u?ecili district, ?ohe It Brady, CoaBctl^aa, fluty BiathdWimt. TMe will eceble It a jweeidtoj of!l #f8 of ?h? reetvyctiee pailin to ai-i.rt r*?n>f?f |. B? i>t?oh? to a^ on the hn Da par mrii Coicmtltar i of 1h*i C?mm'*fi lonnnl. C8APOF OF HIOTIKO ON ELFCTIO* PAT. Jiioee Barke, allae "Arnri'/,''on? of the uru exltfd fn?m CalTornla by tbc Vtgllaone Oommlttoe, wan lirrmfbt totoie Ji euce Co?nollT.a( ,u? lx>wor Police Court, and ?? e ba,l la the ?t.? ?f 8;,'u0 io aoiwor two oh?rjr-? pre. "?rrrd *(aiB*t b.m - ooe with Uvin?. oa ale^t'oaday, boon ?)"'4 la r'otttf la th<* t rrt ward: aad ibo out w'ta baelet raeanlted .'lani*' M'han, af No 19 Berkiaau alrtet. Joke J. HollBrter, of the Batwry BHal, beoami iu??oa<l? aaaa of (Be arcmad FC-AIIBB9TK1> FOR ILI.1K7AL T0TIX1, lobn Hi.".itan, alia* Murphy, a ho wa* a'r-Ktid ? few dan i j;i oc , Uarfe of ridia< ii,?*arai.y it vbo yitth war-1. at<l wto wet dUeba'-re:! I? want of auttl iont eTiileniw w? re-trftelr i on ?^aiurda*, ae ndrtlv -nal arWoo^e ?ra> j.ro.-u'. i Kgamnl him, aol la now !,ca?<l upic ttie Touib* tr trial TE!f(fR?9BG. 1' 'V.< /frichaimm. FMimnrc 1Ii8mi l.<8 _ PaMh??,... 930 ? Na?h. 1,192 1,?'^6 ?.K?8 Vr.'* 1M8 lint ^ ratio ma' .. 898 4d4 IHn.?raU<i (aln the fiefrapb, in additioa to tbe eNme, renorU Jemo ?rati<: rata* of Mia Mrmphl*. ant 19i ia sheiny. nil ?ore F?ioed 10la Natlirll'e, biit itaptitara by th? u\>i^Taph that Uiere wao a dem'HJratio fain ol 120 In Ibe county. 3ne?t. la 1862, 1 ad a tnajorl y of 1.S80 la thn whole SuUi Boobanaa evea iral.ia 68 la aha*., corn He? rn iIm, Mi aoa roie of 1868, wheo the d^moemia orrird t'te ptati? bf 8,l?f, We ?ho?ld tbirk that thla decided U?c Mlate In rarer of iftMbaaaa. i ti'iiiaiim, M?v, #, 18(8. No<h'n? of a dedrivo nainre haa yet i>?en rer.etTal fVom Tetnrceea. A mo?eafu I tat nlghl (firing tba reaolt '.a iwo coi.Btiaa, abowe a d? moBrallq (ala of 400. THE ELECTION* AND RESULT3. T?at\ar.AK.? or 1800 ?Tne M<arbaeter, N. H? Am*, ri on pla<y* at tbe bea* of lu eolimne tbe aamna of Job a C >remoBt, for Preelaenl, end William L. Daytoa, for ?V* Preeldeat, for tbe nampai?a of I860 C?m?iT Tmmm ?lere It ancHker partial formation o a < ablaet t-r Mr Bnchaoao, whkjn cornea op rrom the Hoetb ? H?cr?farT of ^tate I) 8 r.lokmeon, New York, f'i?in>ea??r Goaeral B. F HtlMt, M?*?aobii?etM. gnrretary of the Treaeury .. .B. M r lluater. Vir?iala. werrtirrol War Jibe nil-tall, 1/rateiaaa. Tw.i O'r *Ti?t roe Fat aoea.?CTI?t?>r eoontr In tblt W?tej v?. a p' i al'V r?r Fil wore of b?4wera Arc tad all hundred, and BulUvaa county five# htna a plarallty or Ave hundred Kansas Hoiuud The Lawrence, Kansas, Htr -Id ?f PreuUm, alusr a auspeaaton of new tic month i, baa again made I* appearance. It will be recoUeote I that the oSce ol the U>raid of Freed** was deitroyof by the border ruffians of Missouri, who went over Into Kau nas trom Piatt county, and spread desolation amoag th > inhabitant*. luibH Voraa rim PaaMo.vr.?The Hartford Pre?< etatu< bat about one hundred ol the naturalized Irian voter* in Hartford, Conn., and nearly all the German*, English and Scotch, voted lor Fremont and Dayton. Nkw Vokk l.auiHLATT'KK?The next House of Assembly of this State wtil stand:?Republican*. 84; domoorau, it, know Nothings, 7. Fkkjiout in Pkmni-ti.vania.?The Kennet Square (Pa.) /><? Frru say*?"We proolaicn Joan C. Kremont our canonate for the Presidency In I860, ana we venture to fay iLai >fcis will be the sentiment of the people ol the Urtfed Mates. We need a rennsylvanian tor Vioe Presi oi nt. and that man is James Pollock, our present popular Gcv ruer. Let us not be cheated." F Ki aoNT VoTk-i in ths Bourn.?Tne Baltimore Palri * b6jh that 214 votes were cast tor Mr Fremont in Ra ti more, moaily l?y Germans. In Ixialavtlle be had tfteeu vote*. Tbe republioats of New Castle county, Delaware, pclWd seven buidred votes. Wilongtcn cast 10 per cent ot bur whole vole for Fremont. Sonh Cakollna on N ational Convknttoiw ?Tbe fellow in*, r> solutions were olkred iu the South UaroHua Legkla li i > n tl<e 4th mat, and lost by a vote ol 81 to 44:? . tilvt d, That In appointing electors of a President to) Vice Pre: ident ol the United States, ibis General As k-ii bly fuels under no obligation to sustain the no nloeet m any " national convention," or ol aov other trrespon ride or stir appointed party whatever; but r.*.*rve? to it?e 1 the coiisiiiitiuual right oi seleouug, as hen tofore nun cltzena to' the oBoea of Pro-Kleui and Vwe Preti (.?ut ui irn> bo i:e?.med worthy ol tho coahlonoe am. support of Soutn Carotin? l-f-otved, That South Carolina continue* to rcgai d with ft. ihantol diss proba'Inn the ay stem of " national on vi Dtions/'as it U uow estabtiabed aul organised, for the rurpcae of tiomlnxting candidates lor Pr?>aident and Vi"s? l-realdant ot the United tHatos; and, notwHUsMndiug sbo iti.iy ot ibis, as on other occasion*, wnen her principles aLd I'Oiicy are Ilkeiy to Ikj suatalned, deem it advisable t" cat t her Totes tor the nominees of such conventions, ?to revtrfielexs regards the ay stem as hurtful In its ten demy subversive of the objcits of thi cousi't'ition, an t i'sn*eroua to tne best interests and deareat rights of the Wales. Jlrd the following was eu M^quently aJoptei: ? Keaoived, That in the elec linn'electors for President son Vr* PreaMeot. to be mads this day, u > relerenve to the eplmoi s eH the candidates ou the quettioa of ns txiial Looitcaimg conventions is had by the Ljgi.-tla ture Viadi.MA.?F.LSC"rio? or Cojkik*s'.-*ax ?A despatch from Ku'lur.ond, d* ed November A, says ?h?t M. II. H. Caroslt democrat, Is certainly elected la tbe First Con grettiooal district ?T Virginia, to supply the vacancy oc< can nad by the death ot Judge Bayly. I ixiKk aptucs ?Not less man one hundred buih^ts of the tingle barro) of apples, which Major Poore.wheaied In a i>?riow Irom Newburyport to Boston, to pay I bet, have boeu alrtaay sold in the latter city, for largs pruet. THE NEW POLICY OF ftlGLAND IN CENTRAL AMERICA. t he 9>rond Convention between Honduras and brtal Hrltuln?Tl?e Nonqutto Indian*. TO TIIE KDITOH OF THK 1IBKALD. IiONHON, Oct 23, 1H5C. Yon huve already published the Convention be twccti Great Britain and Honduras, for the uurrender ol tl?e Bovtreignty of "the Colony of the Bay IsIunOa" to the latter republic. I now send you a copy of a ceioDd Conventtoc, ftetween tho fume puitles, for the extinction of Mot*qiiito sovereignty, ui all pretensioEA to tbe sume, in (hat portion o:' Central Ar cri;a over ?bich flouduran claims juris diction. Yon will o* s-eivc that (he territorial liaits of rioh duiaH, as spainst Mo-qui?o [>ri>Unioiw, a lie reco^. nist d as i xU-nding to the ltio Wanx, or Brgovia uial a-> laid down iti Bquier's map ot UoadHrnt and -om Kalva<lor, v bich is the tieatv rnup. A coukiri?*r uliie extent of the territory of Iluiidnraa, embracing upsordM of 16<> uii'es of c^a?t, from the Rio Ko:n ?n to tiie llio Wauks, I ua hitheKo been cl iim?d on iK-t.aif of tbe pui.^ant n.onan ii of Mostjui'.o, al though his subjects never had any foothold within it. exccpt in a small district near Cape (Srocias a Pica. The cluim was principally got up by Cnc H-fc mahogany cutters, to avoid the clutge* impo^d by liotduras on that branch of traffic. It was within this district that the English 111: Instcr Gregor McGregor, established hi;n*lf. under the title of "Ca/.lque ol Pojas." His operations tuude a great ^ensation in England at one time, lie pioumlgated a constitution for his kingdom, aid emitted bonds, culltd the "Poyta I.0111U," whioli va rious deluded ptrsors in Kuropc stid treasure up as somethipg of value, or at likely to be provided for, in sotiip mysterious wny, in tho llual sottliug up of Cen'ral Amtrican atlairs. fh -y are quite as valn t ble, if not an numerous &< the corrittpondiiu ci r sio:i? of tLe gtea' Central Ain<rl ;an land 1 Mia iog CLicpanyof ^hite, Johnson, C^itr and Kin ney ! Ii is very 'bviou^, from the various c invent ons ?bic!i f>reat llri'aiirb^s con -laded with iloaduras, fhu* rb ? is dtteinnined to waah her Iwn.ls of the Cent;1.1 American tom.ilic.iti n. bo longai sboheld the liay Isluids by an act of nsurpatiou, and so loag ns she'kept tip tlie faroe of ? M'Mouito kingd ?m, so N nc the v hole v.nrld knew thU all he- pretens. ins in favor ot a frte trauait Itetwee.n tbe *e&s, and against tbe alleged policy of the United Slates la fhot?e oonntries. wern aliter humbug. Nosr, how ever, having diverted her<elf of the Mosquito pro tecn?ratc arid the eovereignty of the Bay Nlauda, ?be c*n fa!* Iv claim to be heard inaapportof the ftecdoin of tbe inttrocoai i: highway, and she mty come into rort with rlean l and.' against those -vho may tl.ieaten that highway or di-tarb its security. Hbe ran now < 'aim to bare obKi ed fully the letter ai d xpirit of tiie Cl?) ton and Bulwer tre*ty, and dim.ml a s<tnilsr exact ob ervarne on the pat of others. In this respect her pr sition is much alter ed and itr proied, :r.d in assuming It the has paid a ju?t IriUtite to public morality, ?nd iclUated a sound l>oliey, which ui the end caanot fail to promote her material inuresin. Tif re^tleirem rf the Central Amcri un question ? and It ia iiow Msnmed to he settled, in pnnoiple, If reit in detail?fives great . Ulsfa tlon to the KnslUh 1 th nk the g.?erni<>nt at one time fiaitd to h^ir a bowl oi' discontent Irtiw the "tnto hLodc i Britons,"' hut bejond a low spamtoetfc attempts at indlgnafloh on the part of I.' n Afomlnj H> -"Ad, no voice has iieen publicly roi. ed nguin. t the aetyastment, n.itwitiut mOlug ft invo'rtd the tetielition of tin Cay Islands At this moment the KnftlUh and Ftench '.nT^ren by Pltnti briltiint achievement at han Juan (GrejUror), are Kaklug extjaordinary ea^rts t) ?'r*~t ilie attehtli n of their selective Rovcrnraent" i nel get them to nalto ia n l?>it .al demand oa the lTu ltd Si,ites for imlcninity. The : gent of the French suflVrcn, o,ie Viacompt Bjm el, has printed two thick, b.o'sl-reel pah.plilet< on the subject, oma metilro with rn^r:ivings of Imrniog toiches, and threafePs to ]?; nt nine. Thiet Rirnul was moat ???tl\e In getting the llnglUh Into San Jnan in l>i4i, :.nd sfter m CVmig nil ?<?rls of indignities at their hi.ntfs, Kaa flftslly "0-1010 to grief' through Oaot. HclMna ?nd (Jen. 1'iere. He a eue to be deMag a jexid hus'tii nosr in furnishing blood and tlmndet steiHee abont Walker to the enli?bt<wod l'reici hewmapers Ills last jam gives an nccount of the way 1* ?hi h Walker shot a woman for not sur K tiderlrg tier eairings! Go it, Vl?. omle! tOJeV>>TK?N IKTSIKJI H Fit MA I It ST V AMD TflK RK rt nt.it or no.souaas, m?l*tivk ro tub mos QUriO INDIAN , AMP TO THK IllOlIfS AM) CI.AIMS or HHinsa RLIUF.CTf*. MIONHO AT l^NDOM, A I'd. 27, IVdi. H? r Msjesly the ijnoeti of tho I'nltfd Ktnfilom of Grsat Htitaln un?i Ireland, and the Kepubllc ?l Honduras, being desirous 10 tntife, by m-ans of a Coaveni.on, ..iirtaia pnln?\ rsteltleg frem the territorial arrangements <?l'iob lo?m (he aiihjert of another Cooveatlnn eoaolade<l M twion ile m og this day, hav? na?a?d as Ihotr Piealpotnn lia'ita 'or ibst purpose, that ta to say:? Her ifaxwiy th>> goeea nf tne I'att. d Kiaedom of Oreat Br um ana iretand ItM Kigbt Honorable Me<> WUl'*? I redirKk, Ksrl ?if ilarruOi a, Burt n II. ta Of d'tdoi, a Prsr sit the Cnltrd gtiifd'im, a uiember ol lie* Irita'. nte Majesti's m-*l hoaeia'iTe Prl^y li'iiai II. Kn'u K of the ?k?i Order of the Ma'ter, Kstgnl eiran i ?;ro?* ot lac ?f*t bT?er?hie (Vd<* ?f th# Math, her h tia"ile Ma jShtl'? I nrnipai see.retary nf Mat" for Ve?*eig.i s'ftlrs, Asd Wis KlNlMtri the President ot lh-? R?tj?i'>Hc e?T Init'itas, henor tvieinr .Insn Victor Ib'r'aa. silelstee I 11 l< r iarj of th? Kepubilc l? her Itriiaaaifl Ma.i<Sl>; Who, alter bav.g tommonicatcl to raeh 9th?r tb r reaiwctlve full powers, foond In good and duefbrm, hav> nrri-od upon Mid concluded the following article*:? ArUotel?Tbe Kepobhc of Houdurat engages not t > disturb Use tul\)?cte of her BnUuunio Majesty In the enj >y m<nt ot any propertj ot wblch tboy may be In poaseestoi in the it laudi of Kualan, Bonaca, Riena, Utile, Barbarete, and klorat, situated in tne Bay of Bunduraa. Art. 2 - Her Britannic Majeaty a? reea to recogalai tbe mk channel of the river Wan* or Segovia, watch fklla Into tie Caribbean tfea a? Cape Grscaa a Uioa, aa tbe boundary between the Republic or Honduras and the territory or tbe Mosquito Indians, without prejudice, however, to any question of boundary between tbe Ke pub ics of Honduras and of Nicaragua. i /, tui woer.as tbe Mosquito Indians hare herMotoro pot.e.st d and exercised rt^hla in and over the territories '.)ii 0 i.ciwe?u the ruer Wan* or Uegosia and the Roman itv? r ber Kritannic Majeaty agrees to recommend to the Motquito luuuns to renounce any such rights la 'afar 0 ih? Republic of Honauraa. on oondiUon ot receiving from tLo Republic rorne reasonable sum by way of annuity ior a limited wrlod, to be paid half yearly M an tnd?m fcltV 1*1. <1 CUH for tbO loii Md 6*UdcIiOH OlMltfl" interest In tbe taW territory. When nuch an arrange mtni shall hare been artceded to by U?e Mosquito lodians, der FnmuLio Msjerty engages to rocognlie tne aove a iii,ty over the sold territory as btdonglog to tbe Kepub '1e uf Honduras, and ber Britannio MfcjHsty and tiis He public will within twelve mouth# thereafter, appoint i *o CommlisloEcm, one to be named by eaob party, tor tt<? pui pose of determining the amount, tbe period of du~ ? atKii. and tbe time, place, and mode or payment of the uuuuity so to be paid to the Mosquito Indians as Indetn bit? ?nd coropetsoilin. And whereas. British subjects have, by grant, lease, or o'bfrafre, heretofore obtained Irom Uio Mu*quiio IndtAQ*, u.tereets In various lands situated within the territory &o* ve described, l>lug between the river Wanx or Soga via and the river Roman, the Republic of 11 mauras on i_?i< s to ristwot and mail Lam such interests. Aui it ta t rther served, that the OomdsUaloners mentioned In t?e >irent er Ir'o shall ll-eFtigate the claims of Uriusli - il je t? cririrg oct or h grants or lease*, or other V 8 ; ard all British sub/? whose claims shall by tbrt (.'omcwriotieri oe pronoui ? woll founded and vaitd, Hiaii b* quired tr the poa Ian of their reapective uitt roB b ill tne faid lands Ait 8 ? ibe R?| uolio ?t Honduras further engage* w rurv into t fleet any agreements already made, aal c'iw n cot'roe ot bvirg oarrlrd out, for tne aaUstactton ol Brt , ti claims: anil it is agreed betwoen the oontracUug p*r u? ttat tb'o Ooicmtswjo rs mentioned la the preooJio* ? -nrle stall aim examine and decide upon any Britteh i urn** upon tho government or Honduras tliat may be ?h ttrulUcd to th. ei. other it an thofo ?i*oi3e'l In la i pre i-i ciiu' article, and tot already in a train or oetUemeat Arl 4?The Commissioners mentioned In toe prece ?vi it articles st all meet st Truxillo, at ?he aariieat oonve uictit period a'lor they sh.iii bav.i be?n reajsalively MMt, ai.d etall, before v-roc.eedlng to aay bastnMt, Btk? and subrcribc a solemn dcciarauia tMt tboy >*ill n partially and ctr< full) ?xamlue and decide, to the belt ol iiieir luJgmut, and according to juFtwe and iqaitir, ?itiiout tear, tavor, or alle?iMoo to tbet/ own nonutry, u|Oii *11 thfc mat'ors relerrel to them fcr their dnoni >n. >?v'3 nich ticcaratiou Bliall bo entered on ibe reco*d of ii.? i. MONttMli .. Tho CouimlHsu ner* shall then, aod before proceollD^ to tut f ilter IwiBincas, name ?ouio third [Ki. *on to a? m arbitrator or umpire In auy caic or canes tn wnliii | rt v tr.ay thetr-aiWes diUer In o|i4iilon. the p'rsun s.i io be chosen as arbitrator or umpire shall, before pro cterili It to art a* such, make ?n,l Bitbscrib* a solemn ?1?c,larst1<'B, In ? lora snuilar to that whloh shall alrea1> nav< In made and smecribed by the Comml?sion >rs, ji (1 which stsll also be entsrel on Uio record ol the pro .?c.ctrys In iho e-cnt ol the dentli. abs^noe o* lnc?pi ci y ot s ch pernri'. or ol bu omltti 1#r, or declining, or oaiiiig to act as mot atbiirator or unplro, anothef per ? on rtall be tiami d an ?rore*al J toa> t as arolirator or 'lirpue In hiii place, and stall msic and wwcrllii) su^li declaration ?e ufore?wd. , _ . H.-r K iiann c Mujr.ay and the RspnMlo of H mdurss ^oret>> engnse to coesitier the dtcuton or tne Cum^ a s.curf oot>i?'it'll>, or o! tho arWiraior or nmplre, a* tL-> rar? may oo, as tlnal and couoiusive on U\e matu.rs i.c ebv ie'crretl to tbiir oe'J.'iou; ind they larluer en I si 'i forthwith to give nil ettci-t lo tho same Ar?. 6 ?Ihh i'ou'ini^Hiotters and the arbitrator or am ?ure ets.l k"ep an a-.curate reord, and corroc.t nilhttioi er tiC?. r ei all i*e!" jiror'toUga, wiih the da'e* lOmreo', ?n<i 'ball ai-pcni anil employ a cl"*rx or olh->r oer?ons iori*'?1 llicif Id Hie transaction or tho busiueaa Whicl git ooMMtoiotktni , ., . Tto tslirks ?>< i'ie Commlwlnnera s*iall be pw ?J lUti* rtsp?i.livo gcv??UB>*nta- The on'lugeot eXMMM of tl e coti mi*ti.'??. inclndii g tbe salary of the ai oiira'-'' (,f i>tapir*, and of the clerk or cicrltn, shall be defrayed in equal m'oi-utw by tt'e t?'> govc ?urnoiiU. Art t ?The pre?mi Convention shall be ra"Sod, and Ibc ratlt'OatieriS Khali b'? oxohar.ged at L 'Odoa, *M sotin as ooaaluie wltAin twelve Biotthli from this In witacM ?tcr?o<, ?ne irspec lve P ealpoWillH/ia4 hsve tigici the same, sod have alli ed tuerelo Ihei" roi*(tlve r?li .. . I? a? *' Lotdot). tfce twet* s? vint!i day of August, in th.. v^ar cf ?Ui Ixird Ouo thcu?ai.d elijtit h juirod aud ? vsix rUREXPJM. r?-"l " * VR HKKRAW. It.n.J Tlu- Central Aiarfkai timstlon. |Ir'.m ilw I.vnuou iiarntta, Oct 1" ) k j ampbUt lias lieeD recently ppbllshed in I'ran i-r-ltiiifi; foilli tie iind HiiUerittga of ?'?rtiin 1 in cb tif denti* at Gieylown liurtng t^ie bo ubard mcut of ibut pljux-, Bi me two yeare Binw, bj tb. American higtte Cymie. Thi-t paiapblet, wbh h wtlt'rp in an t xcifeu spirit, in iait'tide'' aaan app??l to t iiblic hi uiion on !?< tb nde? of tbe cbauiwi.tn tho bop?' i>f briupiui? Huch a pietwure to I tear upon the Untieb K'^^thnieut hh will coa?pel tbein t'> ict, mill to demand indenmifioBtioa froai that or the Li.ileo SU.tra for tbe 1<*sch Incurred by the ?*ttler< at the b^t d<i of Captain Hoilinn. N? doubt tli ? at tack i.roa Or*jtown ;,ud ita unfortiinate InhaintintB ?uh a rh rs outiage, aod, if we remember aricht, the utnendf mw h> tar made tbat l'rualueat 1'icr'e n iietd t?> ad pt the acts of the ooounander of the Cvuiie; that officer wan onsider'd by tbe Ami-ricin ftfivtriimtiitto liuvee*( ceded Ukduty,and was dealt. w.th aci < idirgl>. lie line UiKeii by the writer or writer* of the p. niphlet In quoation baa been followed by certain j oiiticinn^ in :hl? country, aud adopted by the oppo sition pimp. V'or om*"lref, we cannot ?ee ho t the Htitiab "ovcrnnietit in concerned In protecting the French f?ttlera *t Greytown. Hacb a policy would tmtnritlly lie p'tiatied by Franco, bat tho-H) who lecomnti nd It to our government! arc Ignorant or ti e nati-m of the tela'ionH or tbla coontry with Grey lown and tbe m-ij{hl*>riiig co.i?t- It i" quite true tr at in 1818 we expelled tbe Nicarajnutna from that place (then kn' wu na Han J.i in de Nicaraiftia), ami nciudcd it In the Mo^iuto Protectorate, properly so exiled; and tliatthia couroe waa Uken by tbe | ;iriti.?b RovrrTinirnt for the purpose of pre venting the deliberate and penist-nt encroich I.ri.u of t ie ri p'tMtc ujH.n tbe territory of th? Mo* .,into?, whii h we weie imnnd t?> cnKi'neuien'aof lone ?Utnl'iiu to J.re-.'rve invlol.it?, and to pwveat tbe inoropoly b> N iciir.ip a of the mou'.h of the river - an .man. Thi^ we h.ive t l c Ina'lr prevented, and u ? i ? nit'.r.li cnt 0' t;r?yt wti. altho ip!i a?lmnt.< l,y ?r otrnpe aa aff?ii>at th.- setllert, did not in uiy May c 'iaii'icr ti.o olije t we li.id in vm^w io th" .ev.t'io of to*- pi >ce, oiti li I did itovrtbrow tbe ,H ||i y win. h ilhtat-d th:.t aeiznT. Kt-I til" t'vi.ne I ir.tb ti ber 'flilrr^ and n-.winea and tak-n ,w?eioi. cf th ? t.>'."it attd b-id the Ame i c n govemmet.t atuniptetl to j. ?tify that aci. i' kh: I luvf b. en qtilV ft 1'fleretit lOat'-s: tnii? would Irno d'Tiatit, ^ a -lire t violation cf tne i.niwr-f lnjton tt? itv. wi-.eh could not, ot ciairv i* tfilmuil. ?)r had anv Triliah an-.:e.-t? ..ii'efd oy itie Ik i u.ardmen?. o-tr eo-eirtnent i i>t rave dcnmntJe.! ^at-f.e ti< n from the ?. iiht:iet o ,\ iM-n. r- '.oi d this, we cannot mvleritwm wl.ut St^inttH Hi Hnttah govnmi.-'it woti'-d in \; ,11 i < t, Hkn lod no ? 11 1 I? ?, 1-V nh- .? ;.ilv:c Cir/ttwn wiu * 1 o. ti n h.ime ?|Muu r Hi* ?>r. >\ cT^not' ? lute- h.nc is -r '*?fti: nth i nm'* >rt?? o? I'tte, with . t fo?kn-? t i <11 to tl etn rr uvolmia pre'- v-v ?. V Cert of lirit +h and Amcrioan s^r.pa of tvariatv w ,ni < ii ,town to p-i?e,rve t ?-tr.<" in> i

? Illy ..| i, it | bu e and tiic Sitrrun: 1 1 " tet. itori lit? ."i.trt,! At. iriciu ; eyoild tl.^ nc e .?ar> d r v i ?e > i .. vi>t' i ti*ist tb? 'r ordern do r. t .'ml a i n i | e>t. ml. Hollrs Intelligence* jtNih. ( Rs\ :? st>?<>a F?t"rday evetntig. Me.-?ra. t'tir .y* I.aat, m?.-cbant lai jrs of BrovlWay, sent 't?;r errand boy to tb? t oaae of one of iheir beat "is ? ia terry ! ac*. wi'h a f* .'. whl. tt b?d bee i -?r g t t.c on srrl-tr* at I!. 1* r "f t'v .t - '? 1 "n.er. w <? f.-ted by a f?p?|.?n?n w'.to r. ?it y iho i^d'vi'i-si .'or wbo'n tr i nat waa lotcn mi,foe ba*e'TC'?. t. ,< ibf jiseeml o-.t of tn< lad* dan'* fid id-a ,i ix: o Una tuftie.' Oi< if to rlo* ?'??* ?' '>f to''. T' n r m-id l.oy cot anPi*>* ;ig tur an lasunt ;tia? Botsd bcrin w> t t?ll> 'ir p< aed ii.:^o, proc-c te l to his n I j ? /, i i ..ti t! ?t t.e ha 1 ' "t r? ?1 n n'llf. '1 wis area aacoeta r <l !n sr?. r, th?t ?e o!it tr tad hecn r'avad np'n the boy, and t? ?? itmeail ol tne?:iB? tha owner of theo^at ne ha I nn'-.-c rat" * ni't a ?'.*'per. whn relieved h'-n of the b tti. .? la ite it M < *r.?>t m*nri"r Ne arrest hs< be- a its ti Tha trtcli st.ore described wait practiced quits axisaaieeiy lu ib a cOy some t ?ar? ago. bttt for some reason It waa '!l? '? niltntd I j ,1'srp t?, sed l? sow vary rarely p it i'.'o i- rat'OB Clrrks an ' errand !?opt shout I be m iro c? tnl in tke deth ?ry ef their ?irntofor' gooda, fo.* teg"oa are star a? all times of the iray and ntgtit, CiliTTH* oy a nimitAi.?.Henry Twinlrtee waa bro<i|g>l before .InrtHe Brci rati, at tbe haaex Market Polkx Court yesterday morning, oa charge of burglary prorerred sgsinat him by oil. car lake, of it a Flovnth w?rd police Tne arcoeoo, it la altegcd, waa obaerved curs lag rat of the ?rora?y ator? of Pet?r Kacbsrer, No 9 Aveaun B wnti a tmg ol siigai upon bbt hank. Tne offioer g*?s chase to tbo ft I'ow, and trier some bard w rk soooeeded ia naiHonag htm and recovering th . -telcn property. Tbe prltoaar hsd Iwe companions w!tb hlir hot tbry e*e*pe.l Tbe prtt|a rty taken from the store is valtied at tMi Twmk .er was l oaiaiHted for sxamUatioa, on enaste of bargary. Aa AltwiM> Frotttv* rsim ft -tt'-i ? A wan ri<ne?t I^uta II Peaaev?tl was taken '* t ? .. i -Bilih, ot tbe l^?Wi-r fin '?? ''.mi" i ?i. -e of Hing a fi'|.t.v? N|?t . 'biu'laictna. MEXICO FROM 1883. TO 1856. Political and Social Events from the Restori ti?n of Santa Anna to th* Presidency of Comonfort. Interesting Resume of History. ^^nys in a state of disorder and revolu JT*'is ev'dentiy approaching another crisis in her lory. Preni.Jeut Comonfort la surounded on all ~ dab#re" ???1 difficulties which it U possible he niay not be able to surmouat; ani the next act in the historical drama of thit country threatens to be tbe severauce of the republic into two or more diHtinct parti, and the annexation of oae or all of them to the American Union. A review of the events or the la?t three or four yetrs will be Inte resting at this timo, as proving too con lasively that there is little or no hope of the social or political amelioration of Mexico so long as she is at present constituted, or so long as she is cursed with the race of ambitious, designing acd incompetent men who successively control her destinies. kktukn op sawa anna in 1853. Oer.rral Santa Anna, who had been for several years living as an exile in New Granada, w?* by decree of 17th March, 1863, recalled from emle,' for the purpose of l>eing once more charged with the supreme control of uffdra. A successful revolution tasd been prontcuted against President Arwta, who, fluaibg himself unable to cope with it, abd cated having the government temporarily in the hands of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Juan B. Ccfcallos. This revolution was c inducted on a pro praa.ine of principles known as as tho Plan of Jalis co, the object of which was to overthrow the then existing govornmcnt and restore Santa Amu to power. Its leader was General Uraga, who was kuUeqnently Kent as Minister to Prussia, and is now a' cxi'c* ^ ^e,,r York. Arista having succumbed, the revolution having been conplotel* successful, and Sunta Anna having, by invitation of the chiefs of tte army, arrived at Vera Cnu, he was tharo met by Oebailos. who deposited in his hands the charge he had received, and amid great demonstrations of joy on the part of the people, he was conducted In triumph to the city of Mexico, where he immediate ly set about the reorganization of tho g jvernmeut. KX-! XFSIDFNT AlilSTA AND ANNEXAT10V. f^anto Arm. on his way to Vera Cruz, had stopoed r.t Cuba, and bad there Lad a long private interview with Captaiu-G?:neral Canedo. The oiijecl of taut fn f nriew ww, supposed, and with much reason, to lie cither to establish an empire in Mexico or else re st?.re it to the dominion of Spain, with Santa Lam as \ iceroy. Ariel's sentiments were then understood liy us to be in faror of the annexation of Mexico t > the United Sta?ea. The Diario dt la Mtrino, of I! va-ia, had pcblinh.d a correspondence between Mm and Sinta Anna, in which the following sen tence had teen frandul ntly interpolated:? I tieuro h*i pmetB or tny couutrv. wid to it f la wbtob Mexic? n.u f . '??!>-?>? bl. Ict.cuia or 'V,aj,tC '*"?? lt>?J H??tgnat rujrrot JTv 'T UrC"'' * U aoaau.Uou ? ty. Tno n/ w> I an ire wUc tf.u will u?^j?sa. Tie Ilw ald of court* commente J on that ex pulsion of ox l'ie?id( nt Ariara's, not for a moment ooubung; its authenticity. We, howevor, in Julv 1M3, revived from Mr. A nut . the following icdur iii'Lt denial of it* tjuth:? I/miihj.v. .Ij1? fi ]g?'| ?F ? ?fw*OK? HOUI.D. ir.xt",1 ??: ?* rr zrn?* "> *? irr f,i r ... ? ?*.. ? the M. x.oan M.of Llitiirt !? 'at .^.,r " * W"'1,ai'??<! ooatacjlu,, . V v ??'*?" ? ?<"' 0>r owa. ami K. .kTT J rri,?tc . j'?irc?;, a* ?t|i at u other imriw* <jt IUc 1 HltuJ Ctai'l. I utm. I.^rcforr, r..u wl|, tl4. n^"p0tC1* ' a,*a lu it? 'nr^l'^ ? 'Juetim.-Bt.oamoonv, ^Jl. r^. rr, ,V r * t: a- w.rypnH mv .rn? i V'Q !K>"W w?veriej luUmf u ,1 h I" ,hM f'l? > c.o?r ? i . 0,,ou?h 'J ? ">i.?re it wiib tae ru*l *a ! h-"kn,d l ir G.)V? irt whl'a 1 ?"? ! bav# uM !??; ^ rurr^ptto-jm aaawor mui> it it, Ihr I atlv4 *?!>??; hut ,1 ui B')i to N) nn?tii.J| '.y' * lh*' iNttrhiiiu otUksos is a fri" acd m>lef>?D(|n>t oo'jolrjr wr.,;lrt ever rvin ji ? Men \r:T"r Ut, or. wore prt?v>rly, a traitor. WiUj bow muab .? , ft" roim of ht. (vilaw hi . .1*.y oi bin oooatry, .b >ai i ;lsr:'i^,^ir-w.,hr *x,mf ^"od * u? ?3L?n?r ^ l ?mTUI ?, ? fP J" V,} OOUOirj?? Wvlc??, nail la U|) ih. ,1 1 Indepeader oo m Lotion, It I* Uar l tba\ ihrocgh ib? mi vt or tir.?cr?^ulouii aaeiakn I mould stlli tbM I am ao aan.xa.m"? ,hu am to fral.ur to Mtar?o; tliat la lu l??ecne, ac4 to ie<;ur? in I .III crir br r?*d r to nf h, I im fliod tii? lift drop r>f 017 bloorf ?-re i 1 Cf'u"*?! ,0*? tbM our :Uw Xr,""""" "???? * rr.tr.'s?. ftPegolvecaHy the optoioq* of Ibe V, xk ina cao l?r>ir?. ?ra* wooW b^li. , h<f?re lh? wbolo world Uiel' f fr<otji 'C, lfc?f would roll ?be of i r *! h * *' a '*"5' u>'r **t>M hara f> e* ' ? ;k! :^hrr,;\r*'u' -<*???ko4 ?, m. tT1/ c*mo *00 wott"1 ??1'!??<"? in Uioir ! J. h .w f ? B<> **" '? mJ cwnntry who prrfrrn ia n > to tbc bapr>lnf^< to wbxh we a?ptrf? %n>! wJ*K-b r''" ii*.0" 1 *''*10 *#r* mb* '? lh? **1*7Bi?ot of internal rorij'iH ity aoO of rrr*rr*>. on'rr a tibial and ?o. re<*'< rXhSTia.'#u:' rr" ?Xr .t7rSS N ? oB?T..rr r ? .T , ftb"utd> aa4 from .1 . ? . Z X p'*r? ?tKh, a< ? we T, ?\V ?**" ?"??" ??v> ia. ,?vntr by tho Am?rl. an I lhm. i arr . / moat obatUni #-rT?rt. IMR'O AJUJrA. e ptiblir ord this letw on the 27th of Joly, K>3 ?'"J n an article in reftre.-ce to itexphlneJ h -wthe <Y . ptlon *u? ntacu- ed upon ta, and did full jostke to Um virtue and patriotism of Arista. Poor ife!low! Le dted an exlie from nis country, although he was ?tne of her moat (Hamlng sons. ?ASrA AKNA AND HM POI-lrJT. 01 ta Anna having thna reached power, hm prin c?fia, atm was to make that power permanent, (n imitation of the roup d'Uat nt I/>uis Napoleon, ef ftcted on 2d Dc( ember, KM, sJnta \nn* cti.sod himself to be elected on the 2d of February, Hit, per. inancnt IH<-tator o." tne republic, with the title of ? Mo* hereoe Highness," and with the powtr of 0 ming hi* suces-or .a the event #f death or other disability. This stroke of policy was Lnowu *m t 0 Act of Guadalajara, the scheme hating been elabo t-u'ed In the city of that name on 17th Itovrmtier. 1*63, and Bnbae.iuent.ly submitted to the peoplo ? whom it waa raUfle.1 At tho ?mo time he cou n.enced to institute i.be "Order of GuaJalnpe" and ??tl. r distinctions, by the conferring of which II wight to attach to him the prominent mrn of the country, and thereby M " rn 'Agists. Tn this, however, he waa n isrtcecssful. Ex-Preaident ( eball.s. was one of tlio?e who refused to a-rep*. tbe di-tinction. (Jen. Alvarez, Governor of the Siite of Guerrero, Patri arch of the Pinto tribe ot Indians, and eiyoying t ? * si briquet of the '? Panther of the Pacific, also seomfnUy rejected fl?e* deenrmtton. The form, r f'sird it necessary to l.?ve the country a id srrjoom it the Metropolitan Hotrl in this citv. The Utter tefnsetl to recognise tbe edist or Sunt* Anna dc priTtaf him of hi* Governorship, md, secure in bis moontain SUte -rnd in *^,?Pn(Tth an,, ii(n,ction of r?>P'e.'?? ?hrew eff.H appearance of alMar.ce and spat ?k ftaBre ntKHi his m.*t Serene Hl^rtneiis. Tlws. two men thus i,.ltiaUH| a movement wltioh rnrted in the overthrow <4Stnta Annas (p>ven-n?cnt ' ' ' ' ' i' ' ? "*" 'r 'in the thorpa of THK KKVOLUTION WHICH OVKKTITKKW HIJf.' The revolution thus initiated noon spread all over the republic Viduurri in the north exercised as high an influence over the people, and proved a* mighty an antagonist to Han to Anna, as did Alvarez in the south. The Dictator, resolving first to crush Alvarez, marehed against him at the head of as powerful an army as he could collect, atd besieged Acapulco, the-principal sea port, aud the strongest fortified wty in the Ktato of Guerrero. It was de fended by Don Igoacio Comonfort, a custom house officer there, and with such skill that Siuta Anna found hiwBtlf obliged to raise the siege, and retreat with disgrae to the capital. Tte defeat thus igao miniously stained by the government gave a tre mendous impe'-ns to the revolution, which now broke forth at every quarter, und tbe principles of which were formulated in the programme koowu as the Plan of Ayutla?and which wan as follows , PLAN OF AiVTLA. loo chiefs. o!Hnais. aud tnnivtuuai* of tbe troop* whoso namm are l>ei*to eubroribt*!, amen)bled uih*o tbe citation of tbe Senor tfc.onel f>. riorrnclo Viilarnai. to Mm pueol.i or Ayutla, district ol OmUopoc, of tbo Department of Guerrero? Oonsldeilng, That the conilnnaooe of D. Antonio I,oi>e? de bante Acus tn power Is a < onsunt tbroat n publn liberty, sine*, to tbe general dibgrace, unuor his govern nirnt individual security has bran mors prostrated tiiac even In countries tbe least civll.zad; that tbe Mexican.! so jea^e* o? their liberty, are found in imminent da agar of boiig ?ubcu<'d by the force 01 sn mIimjum power ex rrcised by a n sn to whom tbey had no le*< reooroa.lv than dtp or*by entrusted the desfles ol their country ibtt so ler Irom complylag with such aa b >aoraoi* In ?1' i i. . f " on'y c,,Dtt? w "Furnas anil barras* the pi hi plo, loading incro anew wltb onernu contribution? with out any oocnooration far the general prverty, expending ^ 10 u,v:0M e*t-avagan>e. iuuI Seatowit* lor tunes, aa in timet peal, upon miu.y of ids particular fa vorttes; mat the pl.a proclaimed tn .Hll^aCd whtcb lum P?rUi of 11,0 repubn*. cas aoen bj 'a SI"rtl by thwarting tbe torren t ,uflln?. ?r sfburary .enrlottoo, toe Jrvcdcm ortbo preai; that ne bu uot luifl tei the to temai rrotn'se made to the n?tloo on nit n? toot lu fa s DkUvt land In bating proposed torn he *>uid lorxot peisotiai arlmu*.;?id am no ??, t?? ?? niinaT.u ? the a.o* ot ai.y party; that while II ww w, .luS^o p?a!w? . mtegruv c: the ?et rttorv o< the republic be h*. ?oii * 01 "? thereby ??'^"teog our hreiareii of the northerw frontier, wbo Ccnceiorth ?lli ba foreig iera 'h,lr country, to t?e caM offal scvoo future CMe ,n C*",crQi*; that tbe nation nan not continue longer without being estao.woea on a Urra ' 001 ??l)en0lB? tar 'ts oxWtenco on tlie m.V 7' rvPubl"-tn tastiitrtleaa are oniy aoapfcd to the countrj, to tbe eu'Jrc sxjlutlon of any Mtatr sys?m orK ?veinmoot; ana ustiy, uorooniu* ia?l lb?. laUcuai independence Is lound tc be menaced, unler aociber a?p?t no loss dangerous by the well kn?wu enoiis vf the donunai.t part; raised up by the 3euora* S3!! i*"** ??Oor#t*ned, usinA- the sano risuis sbltb wire exerci?rd by tbelr fatne-.j in ls21 to conusor I'c.rhDerty, proclaim and ds04are to sustain to death if hi edAii, tbe followu^. ' HAM. tl. c*nr*ADwhn? S*n'' Ama^ Wd <*hcr lone ti csnes, wbo, Uke blm, are uasorthj ol puma: oond tenoe or wbo are opposed to tbe present plan shall Ccuflti ic r\ort,ii? executive power. * yiUe?. ^ ^ ?"op?o<l by a m\jortty of tbe n* lion, the General tn Chief of tbe IPrccs -upportlng It .nail Tinat ?t?tPrt*BLUKie^ f,Wa Wkcl1 ???> fcrrlt.ry, 2 ? Mumbled m some pla.;e * blob ae m*r oe. m ?uitabk), thry itay elect a Pre-i laut a-< t jvr.?. or hiBP"*toai,cil Ju"1110 ,"n" _2hU!2 ,',r,",eo1 a" inUmn shall be forth*ilh in ve*od T, r ,'!Pwrr" 10 **u'h over the ssiety ami Inxepsn i ublT'? mr "t"0**' fntory and the otoer Drancae^ o, l-uon.. a/.tn raittk-.on 4. In rsco ol tbo t-'Ules where this politic*! piao nha'l tbe primal thKI or the ado.Tin.f lore in (Mtijuti tu n With seven intelligent pots >n whom t>? may s.i,ci, rbsil rauly aoil proenim. wiimo r. ,0j0lu m^Lt ?V0,i ln ? P'Oviaiooal fora. off irern' lorv it i^i . t"'u-' 18 011 respeeiivs -vat > o f? ri Krj , it oeli.g i?n U3di?i?nra.t>ie !?*?? for eaeb o. tbe* dm ?isHHia, ?.?e Lru<,.? ,na. ,hs ea-.on K Md Jwaj, thali be, one sole, m. n tubhi uud UKie^sorii-nt 111'"' a'' ' *i v. to1.1 f fte <a d?y? afw ,k*!i ,br ?trlr irC, ITX?13' th* Uws ?Mnb afc proatulgaied or ,n? ?ame obj-?t ? tie visr ur ! r*clo-iv.-iy be nullified tn rstab MhtOK Uis i. v rr,m i" re|'r<*<'n""ro ^P'^rrspuaHoan f*-n .rf ?ov. rnmiut, ami u, letinrg tbe atj ui the w>visiop*I fieetitiTe meniionon ,a artlols?nstoesi I lfc0 sap;>or'e? of order anl soolsl ' . i t'Dvirt^eii ad ukn c?r? j r.Jv . ?' ?ti TM tn?. nobl, lu ?It?ti.>4, 1 I may iem*ad. aa we l as to pre vent th.- nwi, ol toinri * I *,n. '1 j'.T1 *?"""*? <'"? I'uO?Imud< with., u oelav in.- W MPf v f icb mifcjt prurait while in ta^ meiiuin.i ii>s ;? ..nniabl^hed our lar the a(tm'a>swauoa ol .^njr fa kd*ii be in t jior. I 'h* preseat U?a, rcspe i.o^ drawl'i< by lot. pus ^.t^> an i the tax impoiK-i upon the piopie hy ib>' n uii > < i ?,.i atlen, shall ? ase hence,orvh to U.e? rffl-c:. ah ? n > r prv^o tbe prenert plan. o? wbo le?-l a-iu ' ??*?? Indlrwt. to tba e u. aa h..-it> who ,1? nv W^tnao'sr, M enemi ? ol tho Laticnal ?"? O^erals n? Nlabo?a . Jvat ?nd n*t Tfc )n.an Mn-eao are in W MliiT tfcern.elve, at the beat <H tbe lll>waun< ore. k thai <i<Har? for tbia plan, tbat tbrr tn*r ntau n a*1?7 ^ ? t tbe a^iulnuit/atiro reforms wb!eb '* *'th power to mats audi m > tldca *etra ?#rtmM '"*' lJee01 prof?r lor Uw. uauonal AvtviJt. Mireh 1, ISM onh! A?*" Vli,ar**1' la Chief l.tevan hambranr, Commandaats of Buuiion .'b?e MigtM I Indart. f'aptaln of Mrens 'i r? **rtla tWls, CsHatn of Sh.rptbmiters. l eaadro Kosa ea, Captain A*., he. AT.VAKK/? OKI!All.OH AMI COXONKOKT. Hie flrst care of Alvarez., after htvlug uccepttHl ?!ic supreme < omtnaiid of the lllieratlng force*, w?4 fo take ?fllclent mean .res for the raceesa of the re vi lotion. He despatched Cuaioutort, in whoui ?for Ida brilliant dei'-nce of AeapoJ *>?he reposed great confli'enre, to New York, for the purpose of pro .urtng, in concert with ex Preaident Ce??!lo-, aid and nitinitiona of war. In this, too, he woa su ?. ?* ml, the icsult of the rlt>>rts in New York btinn the despatch to Arapuleo of a large quantify of arms and munitions for the use of the revolutionary for**. Omnonfort returned to Mexico, and received thoap pointnu nt of General of Division. Coball .?procce<ied to the Island of Cuba, there to await event*. It was tfce intention of Alvarez, ui case of s.ir-ess, to throw til his weight in f<vor of Ceballos for the Presidency, ns be cstrcmed liim to be ,t man fully compe*. n*. for thtt pnaltlon. Ctbal.'os. hnwevrr, for some r?ison or ether, did not remain In Cuba, but under tbe |.le* of ill health procetde-1 to Franre. Thh mive ment displeased Alvun*. The o'd wwrior could not coe.-ehre any reason which wo^M jonify ,? true Wind of the revolution In thus whti4r.twln,; hlm self from tbe proper aphcre of action. He the?* fore tn referred his esteem ani patroaafr from Ce h.illos i Comonfort, m l resolved to sr pport the !at'rr ft r the Presidency, in reply to an article {.eli'lsl ed In the Hi-'ittLn,showing the operation, of ' "hallos, ( omonfert, and other friends of the ievr> Intionary caa?e. and their meetii'irs snd .-on* iltt tioD' at the Mctmp?'lit>n TTotcl, in this c!'y. Mr. Ce hallos addre?ae?l to ns from Paris the fn'lawin? common ication Paai . ?i p*. 12, lS'.i. to Tn : inrron or rnr naw towc nKKAi.p. ^ 40 yrmr e i> ""?? to m unde? dsteof iTth of laet Au??st, that yen have rail llao*i an ariele Mtr. ng the .tt? orc irnne ?* wuk q iietermiaad tb? or. rthtew ot (Janeral Santa Aaua He has formed li1 ewin#j ihul j?u l?tTi mettlfc ne'J my runv la | jtir ttse ar wsy. aad biat j oo ha?? gi?en aa aoooaM of uto i ea ?ns *? cb il?4 n.e to einigr?W rrom Lis Mini -an rrjrtb :a. rtasilr, b? informs tn- thai in tbe ao*roat >4 tie .at n nc- ? and n.eana wfeicb have bMMosI tbe re cent ra<-"lotion j<> i laiittllfk tbe following facte;? . '"??the : (w of tMi rr 7nlnt on wss .?rtabltsbed atN?,w \oib. 8a?. aai la tbat ?ty ibe emigrants ba-l organ a oidb or tneetlna lu tbo Metrcnetiua Hotsl, urn) tral several Abwrtouw of note wse* mombere o. tbl? #n t og .3?tbat from ttia name meet ar ipnug ihs plan nt tbs revoluttoa and the laUustina m It* loader sbn* to Oon*rai Aira'-es. * Aa t this ear?ati>si my name U pewnlivent. I oannot betp ??)iug tbat Whoever taa giver fan ? >rh mforwmooa bas n>s?te i*at ot )tn. or bss b??n .1*11nil b.nisen I tblak It is my dttty to asettro vmt tbat all tb is la pur* s^ne^nee, aad tbat tbo event* ymt make aionu-<* of aerer happsc al, I do cot recollect to have heard tbe least allortoa to tbo nu'ttrga at tbe Me-ro*olttaa U rtal, and, r-aaeifneatly, I raftK-i concarvo how aay Am ncau, wbai mr be ha po sitlon, icay b*TC Ukea jArt There wer? rowin few emtceants of Wptsw wh# sand to me*! in tbe* place wertly In an aoc.rfeatai way, aad a lib ibe ot.ly pu< fose >A social ttte?nour?i', a* It la oo? t< nary with an pereoa* in a ft'relya oonntry. aeperial y we <a mlsmrtuao btstcaa tbem tngethor. To suppm?tnat tbla preiaadan tni??iag Muifd Ibe piaaol the revi litiioa arid tate man.-?*?* In fitmeral Alrart.*, |? to foil tnln ?a nvMeat sad Itn-redtM aaacbrnwiawi, for tbe ptan waa daud 11th Narrb, 1M4. wbetsai I bal only aril veil at New V01 It, 1Mb Ma>, and tbe otbee Metinaaa o' whom whom year I would rnw a?S, bow t* it priaetbte that ?!! rie..Mt>. Me?,c*e ^roio.miTt7,"T?r*#f ? UI ?* iwtw wsf*/ I """" ?r*ii*MH n, j on ?j sak hsl arritsd ea'y la Jnly and Aaarwi of tbe ?aire rear I won id rnw a?k, bow ts tt pnaatbie t revolution In both cncrMea detuned to become one thrt la tatty, "iD?t the jireKDt revolution ih maiio wits the ^BW-oUoo ol aunczauiu between Menlco an J me tailed htau*.' I well understand that jo. hU<mla coewct.ire or thick ao, and talri yoi.r c1.?,ro far toe r.uiiuv Undor tb>? load you are co*,*e?eiy free; but silo* irw to pro tt?t a*einal its ouDC'utlon you dri? from the event*. I ?ill nut dwell longer oa tbit matter, beti&u*e ] i'_aah jt la laipoeitble t >ch*?ge your opimoaa: und oesidea, I bave nut untieruUtoo * yulitioel dunuu>ioa. Hy only end is 10 rectiiy tlu ?.e facts which now be^m ?o belong te history mi which concern nie personalty. 1 hope you w li be alnd enough to insert thii rectlii ia tion lu jour journal I thank you bei<>r?t>ao<t end bef of yoa to consider me, ?lr your very humblu servant, B CUALUM. In |>ubb?b in# this letter, we ahewad that Mr. Celjttiioe had been wholly uiisiuforneu by hia corres pondent aa to the force of the comments we mule in regard to himself nod his numerous ent gront Mexican aoWK iales in this country; and we repeated in suksiaiicc what we had H&jd on that o oc casion, viz.: that Sunt a Anna had gained power ia Mexic a by violence and fraud; that be superseded 1 iesidei t CeLallos; that that gentl?m?o refuged again and again to ent?r into nis Kovtmment, or to rewire office or honor at hie hands; that he becaaM a rtvoiutionaiy ?xile f om hia State; that he did not cone uione, but was acoompanied by namerow country men, all of whom concurred ia opiaion ooa ccrning the character of the DicUtn'a govern in eat; that they sympathized with the effirta to overthrow it, and often met at the Metropolian Hotel and - that ytt, without f.irmn g there a plan of reva lu'ion?which wo had previously published as the woik of other men?that plui, anil the persons engugrd in it, both Mexican* aad .Americana, aeie tfe atibjejt. of Oejaeot coa vernation; and t'lat .iuiO it, tLe number of Mcxi cans at that hotel At the time wan no lea* a j>crsoe agt than General Comotifort, the distinguished oo adiotaat of Alvarez. We also stated that ia view of our o*-n rapid progress and the retrogression of the Mexicans? the manifeat identification of oar people with the recent revolution?the great triumph of slavery in Texas-we saw no way but to adn<i'. the States of Mexico into the American coahdom tion, and that if the abolitionists should ha?l t.|> the Union, that act would certainly be fallowed ?>> the ubaorption of the Stutei bordering upon the U;i> Grande into the Rnntlittra confederacy. BALif OF T11K MKSILLA VALLEY - THK TEN MILLIONS. It was jmbding the (evolutionary struggle, anu lot the purpose of being able to grapple with it, that Sjnta Anna conceived the idea of selling the Me ailla Valley to thia government. If there is one thing about which the Mexican people are moid jealous than any other it ia as to the integrity ?T their possessions. And jet, notvithataoding Uial toarktd feature in their national character (not theirs exclusively, for it is a universal trai'). th?-ir territory had been up to that time diminished ->j over one-halt. In 1821?previous to the indepen dence-they poseofsed 216,012 square leagues of territoiv. In 1862, alter the loss of Texas and the cession of Upi>er California and New Mexico to the United States, their territory was reduced to 10C,0i'.7 pquare leajr'.es And so, when Santa Anna foruud the pr.iect of a treaty with Geo. Gadsden to cede to fie I nited States tbe Me^illa Valley, he commuted a new and unpardonable outrage a^auist Uia popular lentiment. But he wanted the money, and deter jtin^d, a* he could not rule Viy aflectjon, 'o rale by lorce. The treat/ wus ratified by the Senate of the Uo'Ud State*, the consid^ratKM huvlog l**o dlrumiahnd to ten mil lions of dollars, serin mJ.iona payable upon tia* c.\< han^r of ratifications, ?n.i the other three ater I tie survey and e.Uubli^t'jEcut of the boundary liae. 6XNOR A KJ* A M*(>17 AND II fd COM MISSION. Tb* collection of th m wftu tnillioui of dollftfs vmi in ibelf t?e cause of a very inb re*tiag episode in ihe national dtuina. (Jeneral Almonte, the Mexu.es Minister at Washington, had, without the #xpreea inr-t met ions of bis government, drawn hia wan ant "C the Tieaaury for the ant mot, and had dep<?Heo ?t either in tbe Sttb-T'ea?nry here or ia various basks of th'a city for safe keeping. Thia aetioa of bis disconcerted Santa Anna, who feared leek Almonte might, with thia large Mimofmoney.ee gajrr in speculation* on hia own account, or take tcme other ooatee to turn away all or part of it from the national c< Bi-ra He tbe re fore himself, and through his Minister of the Trea sury, Scnor Olasagarrc. wrote In great tre pidation to the then Mcxican Consul (ieneral of the United Statea redtknt at New Or learn, directing him forthwith to proceed to Waahlngtoo. prauite from Senor Al nontc the surrender of Mn fuada and lodge them in hia own n tme as a private individual In the moat approved banks of New lork. And In care Mr. Almonte should prove trou blesome and refuse to thus surrender the funds, thhi gentleman,Scnor Francisco de Anangolz, was fur nished with a commission appointing him Minister Plenipotentiary and Envoy Kxtrto. dinary to the I oited State, tnrr Mr. Almonte. This oommiaaloe. however, be was to keep in bis pneket and conceal from the knowledge of all pen?>us. unlets be found it absolutely necc?ary to assume the poweri thereia conferred upon him. Th tt neeesatty did not artae. Mr. Almonte, though much offended at ,the evident want of confidence exhibited toward* htm by hie government, handed over the seven rr.iUkna ntatM some flWMXiQ which ho had already disbursed no account of tne government, to Mr. Arrangot*. who thenceforward awimed the agency and manage ment of It. lie had first surrendered hia conaolate, which afterwards paased into the luida of Mr. Raia?l Ii ifaei, formerly editor of the UmrtTtaJ, and who waa subsequently entrusted by Santa Auaa with another pecuniary miaaion, which he Is said not te have fulfilled satisfactorily to hia patron. In Octnber, lH.'it. Santa Anna wrote to Arrangnla, in New York, atating that he bad yielded to General Almonte a desire to be sent as minister to the courta of Vienna and N iplw, and had. In ac.knowbslgrnent of h'" ( *rran*oi?>) merit and skill, conferred u|?on l.im the mlniatry to ashlnrtoa; and he was allow ?-d to appropriate >".,000 for the expentwa of bia boose. ArntngoU immediately wr te ti Almonte and to the Mlniator of Foreign AfTairs, deollnlog the -ppoia'meiit on the plea of ill hoalth. The reel ?native, however, of this declination waaappireot in a few week* afterearua. when, la rendering hie ffovrmmviit an aceoint of tbe funds entrnated to hta charge, there appeared the ftllowing lie*n:__ "For mj commission, at 1 percent, on l-^, hi." This onmniia<ion he could "wt have charged in bia official capacity: but he liad serrendered hia conflate general, and bad deelin ed the ambassadorship, and therefore waa. In h ? private capacity, entitled to charge hia communion. A correspondence emaied between him and SanU Anna and the Secretary of the Tr* astiry, la which Arrrngoiit insisted on bis legal right to the con"ain skN). Aa be refused to pay over this tMfi'M) o?l.|, % suit was instituted againat him here by General \1 monte, in the name nf hia govetnuent, for its re^rv very, but before Iteotddbe tried Saata Anaa waa driven from power, and the suit Ugs never ?*ea prtOMd. sawta *mu> swiss avian. In connection with thia aattei, Arrangoii! pub lished a pamphlet of eighty pAgre, dated Near York. February I, ISA.-,, and addreoed to bis fe? km-citlien* and friends. !? it be expoiod Stnto Anna's duplicity towards hia good friend Aim m'w, and gave to light all the oominuaicitioaa that h?<| been addrfastd to him on the auhjeet. Inclining thore marked "private and "most priva'a." He a!*t expoaed another verv impwNnt aKtrmaent #t >n foot by "srta Anna t' at of t|, , + .