Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 19, 1857, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 19, 1857 Page 2
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% ym mmAfktoa more Una A? muN tt nttemJ hnor to be pr-werad. to evWtn.l fro? Ikt WM wbi h wc Ubtnt 'ma ito totalled ao ??br On tbe Ku? o' itfwvr tbe (>IM4 aotbonttes i eaaai.u)iniitv 1 tacir n*r?rr ?f arbitrary rtdeaee by Hiutr a koreba tumor HriiMk ?ni<ww, and making 1 nrwoi ere ul tbe crea. I' id on goo i autbael- I t) il>al tbey <u? *?fl tbe be id* of fair of toe cnew. 1 Ibc forrul Yfr Parkee. the Urit*b ageul oo*l? < pot. p??h eeritri brut on board the Itr'ha, and w* ' ar e ' dea?"rrrl to biaia an iu?n?? ait line 1 arnintr ik On hnaid the loreba be nt*Bk?ed i>? tie ii.enouriii* fefm-ed to *'?* any k B I ?t ex 1 piarution of tbe proceeding " ?w" *l*e" thu, %d i fnttal Neymaor made freijoont attempt-* at oodiiiivtU* itrj ibe tit a oi terminating Ue dl2i<niity witnnm btwlditie*: a?d the ?n ?-t P'rm?w?iag ai?00(i<? tor |iea? e ai'| b*rJ)r blatne h>m for reporting at IriieJi u? e.\lri Billies. rnnt ib? >,%o?e ntn?r. ???e day ) 4from Alexandria be.vond those paMuked vnrwdo) from Prii>le render it prvwble obtain a iefen?My cniii|iiete and co nec'ed vtewol the recant ? MiTeucet* *t Canton It La- more ih?r onc? been mention?>d by our vir rfapendeut at Hook K eg tha- the iatorno ir*e hevvten tiie Ilrv.>ti authorities and ihe governor of fknton has tor aouie time been onabarra-atd with ftrtrwiriK uu. ' ?n*ir-, ?.Dc vmr unrrurc^tw j gri> vhi r> h of Bitir-h m -eb On the Hih of OoOx* Chinese auUtoiitus consum-natied their esreet of arbtirwy vtolen >e by seizing a Inrcha under British colors, wrnl miki.ig primmers of fie orew. It te dlattd on p ?od mthonty tat they eat <?fl the beats, of foor of tie ere*. Tn- oonmif, Mr P wken, the British ?ut-nt on the H}v>t, prs-ivded drst oil board the i< rch?, and afierwaute md-iat'jred o olrt?i? An interview wita the mwriirlat Oub*ri the lorcha be wa.; t enik".ed. ainl tbe iDaodoriiiB rethrew to giv- any ext>l < nation of t.he pror ?e?Hng. Tti" 0>>i mU nurneih itely deapaiohe-l iate'ligeno-i of tLam- ev?i?'- to Kir Jona Bowring, at 11 ?g K la*?, wee ihi to 8 r lliehuel Seymour, who was on the spot, sad reprisal were com in a wi'd tora by tb< seizure "f a m?n*urin junk whi--*i Com<n xlore (he Hon (" ' -h P. PI iot of he Sybtl-e, X/xA. anil tent <o H <rp Kong Meanwhile ?h-^ t >c.uil e? it in lrorg r iirtsirji'v (o i en. un> coveroor 01 ut>> city, t? wb'cli no in- ver "is returned. Finding ?ll hi? effort* vatu, Cuii ill Park*- p nnu ?'<J fur-nor it riouui U .i .it, ?r:it <i naval tbrve hoo<? appea-cd on tu<> *cene. On ? >.' lnth of October Sir Michael Seymour despatches* t'om H >Dfr K"og the ecm* r-irvetie Br?ccui'er. 14 iruns, a<>d the *var. -Iwp rfemptun, 6, far i. in the fir*; h-'?i<o?, w><4i a '.true force o' roriue* am' iiloe ; and toe f.tcarn ik?ep 'inrraii .Ui lullowct wwfc further d Uch nente. ldui>? S. t monr himself the > prorvr lid t?< Witoo, nil aoei rook ihe diroctw*: of the <>p"raiioas. fh< Bra-k ><nd Hit r ?r*d?ws wet* officially woruei of toe po*tme of Hli'dr-, a* d nmaiercial trac-ii-tlbos, whim for a ?r<fk twfoir had bee u little more than aonimU, ?ere suspended. The liver 111 In i?t o? Canton in rather broader thaw the Thames ia? Ixindon brieve, '?ut toe depth of water doe not exceed t vo fathom9, while t?e nar n>* pae*.-i?es by which vcoe-o* is gained tj it on tbe eastern ewie of iJlie island o' \Vhun[<oa have a depth not exceeding a fattero and a baif Toe city is axteraiillj e, u de<i by tivc torts. of whioti two are on the Lin ?i ie and two on Pearl river. Tbeee were attacked ?nd taken by our countrymen oa the 21th f (let b<T. An attemp' wu* then modi by tthmiral Bejm ?n? v > terminate the difficulty without further j VsmlHios, hut the ? f.ine-K.1 Governor would neither give eati-'a vion nor gn nt i.n interview to the BriUtii?omiii.iu'Vr. Adnnra1 r-eymeur then determined to attack the ity itK? i. A wall, f'Ui'wil partly ot xituHmp ui' parhv of fwKk. i-iirronodi Cautoa; it is ab >jt 3d fret hifih and U feet th'ct. and is ni >untod with annuaa. Agaiu-d thin w >11 a lire was oje-ncd on the TJUi ?m OrVihe . aod by t ?e 29lh a pra double to>acah*d r?e n opened. th?o which tlie troops eutr red. The Gwerno.a palace, situate in the aouth western |>an of the new -ity, was frame 1. fait appears rot t' have nroved a position worth hold toft, lor the tr*?pe were wiiodrani in the evening, wkh a loss of only three killed and twelve wounded. A lurtner attempt whiru ??< now made to ucjoMate proved vain. ai>d it wa-. thru r?*olvel to attack tke eld. inner or Mar.tch m jxirtiou of the city divided from the aoaUieru b) aluih mudre s'one wail, and comainins'.he ff.irrunia at Csntom To is part of ItodfVH MMM on the 3d an i 4,h of Mnvemla-r, and on the ?i'h thu Hinvo'ita destroyed tweu'y three war jtidka. ai? >th?r interval ?f rVtleeiion ?a* then erantet to the t hineae ??jveraer. Ln? at the d*'.e of the last a>caunta from Caneon whi?h l ad rcarik d llotyr K >n^ nc. cigns of an Become odation weie dineemible. Tlie liujewia i*t irarrU .n of Cant-m ?w In a very weaaen-d atuuv. The' jvernor had raised the pay f eomnioi soldiers from six wit irht dollar* a aionth. Kaweilm f si, the cvpita! of the aijolnng provln ? f Kwengri wa* rloselj inves'ed by the insurgent*, was though', would pnluhly a t irk the Maaichou liovernoras soon as hi* new embaratv ments becArue known. Our fleet of war ship" in the Chinese nets is at flue pariwular large, aa will be seen by the foi tow in g lint:? At Hernk Amur. . M. S. CaJcntu ?4, Capt lla!'. Winchester .. SO, Capt, ilson. Copomarnlel .. 3, Lient. Xare*. Itere files 1 Murkii .... f "o-P'WU ettpt. At IVhampoa. H II. fi. Hybille. 40, < "ornmod?-* IHIioU. hktooanter. 14, Cap;. O'Caliagtun. Itttt?-rn 12, C' int. ilaU*. S*mp*on?. ??. t apt Ibind. torn a" 1*. Oapu Jeokiwc At (Vinton. H. U H. iarr.-eonta .. h, For?ytbe. At li'nrMimg. H. M S. l*i?|-?r 3*'.,? 'epi.HirF.W,Nighf*4m Hornet .. 17, t ?pt- Forteoeae. The *?lnep Otniux bun l<*t e'jihtof bor gun?. whloh fetr (or.mir.'lfr *? ? onapelled to throw overboard fc. a In 'bp 1 < rm >?*t*hanii-L Admiral 8-ynwnr om> aimed at Ho ig Kong fn.ra hi* nnitberu ruiae ten day* b? for*- the cwnoinwlon of theoutrace which be m rrvagci lr avenging f rrorr'h? I ro Cbrtmir *. b?e 30 1 At Cantor the Brittab fira hn* miw into rolbulcni with the Chinew: the town h.M b ??n bimbvrded rjtipa wink or captured, the memorable Hague Fort- i;-c mte (M?u!rd and veupi'd by Kn?li"h troop*, and iiotne blood wpi.t on l>*th m ?e< during the virione Operation#. Fur -ouie .ime pa?t it hiu ownioJ mom than <Voi *.ful whether the penl'ng coutroreray between the iniyer aliptrf <aid reb'le which ban no long rag'd hi aifteret. t> uviuere a the Ole^ud Knpire. could be nettled :n either d'pnr*!"D with *?t *oiBtbtv Im pfteating the European r?*iilr it* and rn vchtaU iu China, tt th contort verged gradually clo-er to the town which the*e ai/angcr* wore pi.rmh:td to inhalll, ti e dotihUl t*e. ..roc iron- urgent. By the pre*-* nt dvic - it would we-m tbit the cru?m haat iengt'1 arrir-d The detw'a o? th: coabi<H a^d explanation- of ;t* origin are *4 11 w.v ibng. Ho far a* an be learnt f"ooi a brief u-legrvpoi; report, the nigral tor robl-ior ?** git n by aa art ol the taper'.a Itot fnn'-tiooirles, who nHreo "n what pretext, or .'or * ha* alleged crime i? not t >!?! a number oi i bin* *c on uoard a natie vw*< I, or iorcha, while iu.<i?r tbc pr'Wx-tion of the l.ogii'h flag. When all the x?m ^entrance* or the Ohowu at Canton backed they ere l*y tboae of Admiral .Seymer.r i.rov?vi i.i?vw leg, the BnJ?ti <onj"naoder hud IK HWKiioe Hun an appeal to tor *. Tber* ? ir no nxt??""at Petto, no moaA? of ne- ew u> htph#r a 1U1 rule# 'hill U o?e who ha) a> codUjij . umi-Ij Pie representation* wade "?r<" it' t >r orditiajy diplotn itir rhatmina. The on* M*jnenl tran?*ct ? ? tp*"* m'. '4 ooe <u?o th? r a titling to terra# f >r revert*oc* and non ?er ii<<n btinjr permitted t> the Ch new oM'oornii* between every 'fowhr attori from the brttlrh fcrim The wnrilk* drain* :ipp#tr? to hare her?i dp we lop# d tbrou$h it* ?nTl hi* -Usee trtUi ' wtanun'el rapidity. Tar uritfaal initrajfe wan eo?<aiU->-i <?o the crewof the .orrha <mo tot* r . Crawl l'rV?i went on boati. ah only atw-warp. in uv h *p?' of arranging the depute, ho* wa* ioaul'eet and threatened with violence. Af cr ainne diplomat! tater rhans< #. th?- <pi#?v?oo war wit on the 2!at of the Mi. e moi t'i, into t)##1 i<ar..(- '4 Admiral Heymoor, wIk*w interp ?itn?n no p?nnj>'. and vi?priu? that witbn U><ve day* 'be i #rU of O.aton werr taken and ii#wircyed. Pie Chini>>?e < kreerroHienecnJ of th? province. Ych pforintj ?P!I etibborn, declining ewn to piva the Admiral an loMreteo, ta mother three dr.?a- etx , on Oioti-r t7 - the Briib.h rhip* t^ntxd lire on toe pal roe. and the nty (riiraily M rb property n# Aermyed, itid no d " '1 f t.j Mot kwl, .01 Hit th 0!iiti"<c ?fijiiwr tHft borritiUJ'vltoni. T?odt/lUWIlK r|'r ?mI1# w> i* 1/iTjfobwl aM rt/nrnei, Um> Kp*li-.h too* piw ??t Uw pli>"?. #n1 ?o ?h * ?; ?v?-iPor ~ pant"*, bat pained p.wHir.n of aHUt<?r, l?np withdrawn in the evenraw, aft*r hariop lo?t ooljr tbrt-p men kUtfd . n?l woandM TTi<aa pnrttd < Atuispt?a( n*?<r* Latin* wppr ih'-o [ rurt iwd, but n*ain prr*V*d iruUpf; ivnd the kte?t ; w com V, ?rhi< h rf?cb do<ni V) U?-pod of Uat ? , ?' < n N'tneriiber, report that t'.e " old eUy of Canton had h*ei N.mbaroed, the Sog<* Kort-? r lpUi'od, m ) *\ tl.ree Jcnka token or deal oyn4 the nar r- .j ?i -if i with the 'jiwiMfnerory rtate n+ni that ?t? Cbin. ? ?tUl " ebowed ?" aipia of anhainaion " r?.c ? \ji im>lc*?.nt'r liio* Uir ere* jj^o' ment e>' fci oi'rr "IttUe war,' attain*? wVcb the I>ukc e* W? ?. ft>n pn>K????i?r1 an *i>le?nn a werfilmr, It ;vr M e rii??nirni?w haf been n<*r a iiuie li^tnwi* tr> Kr1ti*h Inter?*?*. tier 'he n*rr?'lff w* I. <- iflren abote, lup?ffept ?< I' De"e<i?r1|jt a. ?*ll he'leae the ann nnf*m"nt that j tm*" complete rtwd'W; the fa'tori?* * ' de<*)t?~! fc) every e<abnr of tlx ' we ' ol'.r. and inar-l.vidUe od mrfvg both Vt raU?- all I Fti*np^?o owner* *a -ifl *d aid i <a? .jrt ] b. a -Try rni?wt Vr*> * *rt#nc lVhit IV WC VI Wit ;vuli<t V'7 t*Ji i? \rnp-mli:? to i>r% I M .jttoU wptoJ'Ht ?" of ?>Mf? force, ?Mb ? mdiU'y ?i d ?' d enga^m#, in fa<*, among all < the L***'d* id cxyeoMM) of ? Mrtou* load tw. Cmiirii'|ii>M( as the Gbtnere may bi io the tUM, i Lhr eery magi itodn of the ro?'?try reader* every < kit. n? pt ul uivtMOu caetly and unoe tain Vkrtm I )*k?v f Chum, moreover, io trad* aid not o <>ip* i ,mn. We friw-t that the " ditho?dtoe>" reported in f ib?ne lort advice* may speedily blow over: and that < ru.mrtJ hey incur. w>ll not render a pao'flc m lutton 1 nore itn practicable by any ill edvb.ed manlfoe atiotw < ?f BiiMabru \lg< r. I rut: mavon in i>ooniN china. < A ie?ter ?rom ibe Indian Seal, pnMi.hed in the i Men (??r dt la finite, announces that n. de Moo- < tikiiy, the French Envoy, bal arrived at Uu? en (he ? lAtli Of heioeii'ber ta*t:? 1 Hb? or Ho*- ie the rapitil of CoibinChina, and the 4 resold, ce of tb* Emperor. The to 00 la one of bwt I fonili, ?j m Asia, and nine' advautareoindy ailua'cd. I Th? Annamite government N preparing 1 Here m mu i rilxmt tiptdtliun, tcK rk. to juJ^i fiom upfmat aneee, 1 trill br ine iff the moet form%d<Mr erer ?te* 1* 1 Ihot tart oj the trvrld. I^t expedition w, it w | <i tu art *h<mUft China, >nd a ik*w?t w to ? i rt'gik outfic < r> - r> ho-U* roe Cochin Chine* I fleet in eon pieteiy organized, end omapTHoa 1,300 i war vr^Ffls, oi alt eiz?8, divi Jed into three cLvute-i i the t-bipe ot war ot the flint. clai*. which aiv the ei/e of nu frlfokit, t?d cairv frow 50ti60 guoe; the geli. jw, which a e prop* Wed either hy Had or hy the out, u.frt ibi* oidii ari tra pport atilpo. Ktohdiviai >u oi ?h?* fleet iw conn a >d d hy an adtmrti, under tie direction of Prince (bit K?ann, a rtfatveof the Emperor, who fiila the (Hint ot' (iran i Admiral His fla'ship in e*lM the weuai?-Ki?ong--iiti, ( he Commander of the fteas.J and o*?r*a 6'1 gone. Her marta are gilt, and her wails a*? boon 1 with white eavin and p -id iriwue. There arelOO.OOQ 1 operattrea employed in fltntip out. the cxpeoifltan ai d piepatitig toa'trials for iii opera'1 wa Ooehm China la j ?ai)> regarded aa .b? lir-t raarMae Ikiwer tr the txlr-n e Rn-t. Itpoaaixa-s a wrv penpectah.V cannon foundry and a n.u>m,n of artillery, in wflch are mlb ct. u amen la ot all '.be caution awed ir 1 E oi one. Th-re ia hkewia-t a raval mnaeoiu, in which ia to lie peon a warnerta compare given to the Emperor T?y -o?g in the p ur 17#1 by M. Pcivre. the celebrated t :iv? Iter There hi likewise a very Are nap Ot the world given by f^-nw XVI., whi b ia he'd ir great veuerwu-n. Titix- are likewise wevcr.,1 artntea jare-en?ed hy iyiQia XVIII., in 1817. Se*? pointi pra e*wn?e1 hv native artist* repreret.t the Emperor Gya Long and nis naval engagement*. l hia Pi in e. who icgen rated the Davy, was the mo*t dwirgiitrhed aoveieign the country ever produced lie live <.1 at tbe Ooa meneenent of the present ctntoy He at.ia'-bed aewtal French officer* to bin eervioe, and promoted inree of them to the rank of It iniaun The Cochin Cbinoae expedition will be ready to sail in April neat. India and China. At B-.rrbay, cu the 31 ol Deoemlier, no intelligence Lad been received of the l>rwi*n expedition, a to.e- ol 5,(KiO n.?n w .a maich'ng from the Kohat fiontiet toward? t' Si'irlo fft^tipiiini] iii?- had taken rtlace at *nd Bombay The <;uK>ot*ar of Bnroda died on the l?th of 0? tob?r. Distiu I miics hud broken out in Kimedy. Exchange at Bombay, 2s. 2,(1.; at Calcutta, Is. I'd. Freight bad advanced. Exchange * Mad hs, 2s. Iljd. At Hook Kong ex binge was 4->. 7}d. to 4s. F<L; at Shanghai, 7a. 3d. at Hong Kong, on the 10th of Novembe", exports ot tea, 2'i finn.fH'O lbs.; do. of si k, 4.V00 nales. Exclangc, 4a. -d a'. Canton, and 7 < 3d. at Shanghai Hilk eeitlen ents at Shanghai, November 53,<KK> hales: prices have advanc d ?4i>, yet no great supplies atlraeud. Tlte !i*w lii HUt. Minister to the 1'nlted mate*. [f'nm the t/Oodon Corontoli, 9or. 33) ]Ier Majesty, saya a correspondent, will be enabled U announce, in bei speech at the opening of Parllau> lit. toe couplet*- rc^-htabbeoniem of trieodly relate us between this country and the United States: tor by that time amini-t r will probably be on his way sense the AUanti. to the Court of Pros-dent Pierce. St h an ai.nonncement ?il| be received with unanimous rati* fact ion by tue country, and the wis Jos a h ch has injured the governor ut to forego all ooocineratioiiA ot strict eUouette or red tape in the matter, cannot tail *o ue doly appreciated bo b here and in Amc lea. We should no doubt have beeo fully lastit. ed in declining *o t?nd any minister to Washingten tin'il Vr Pierce's rrign had formally terminated, for Mr Pit rce cbo- e to send away a minister whom our government maintained, and continues t j maintain, ww net ojs>n to the objections alleged against hit. . We were, therelore quite entitled to assume, if vc cho a-1 > view it in that light, that the objector wns to the British nnnis'ry^ and not to tfr. Oramjoon Individ .ally. yiii'c Mr. Oramp'on . vine hi? k, b >w*?\or, the < vtitral American treaties have been coucludrd, and in a spirit which I am bound to say is ft discreditable to tbe fairness or goad sense of'tt.c* ni of Washington ; the Kesulu e has come to England, and a more graceful compliment has never i*tn paid by one country to another than tlut which the Englishmen ol the new world have ofirred to 'lie Englishmen of the old, in that very h<m?ly nn-ymnietiteal Imrque. There is no reason whv we should not l?e jierfect friends In every way, au<i ?cc?iruircly, l.o d Palmerston has determined that there shall be no wjnt of cordiality on our side. The nea repr.AentuH.-e if (ju'en Victoria to Uie \rr'?'Mt Mil limi n TTiifit h<ui n<?1 i*' \*???n if lrrtpH Mr. Charlea wilier* lm? U*n offered the ooetand bin declined it. The of wh? ia to t* the n?w minister t? r.t pn -ent i.nder rouevleration and no' ha* been MnaMaBi It i- therefi.-e nwir :?* j, matter of jirob-ib By tb?t I mention th? nHmn of lxird Napier and Mr. H. <1. Howard, n?>w Secretary of Embaee y a* Pun*. a? not rnllkelt to he heard of In c ?umotion with tili< vaewnry. t ve that e <mo of the foitipn correspond! ute my that Mr. H. F. Howard, now Minister h' IA*1> >n, I* to go to Frwukfort, to tie reulu d by Mr. Oajnptno. In thia reaped. I iiellere the o'irrvepo; dent* ore locorrert. It ia likely that Mr. How * il may N'.'otne Mmi-ter at H mover, whi h Hj j.o'n m?nt ha* become vacant by Mr Hllgh'a reLn incut. To?ire are Anerl a i <-on"ulahi|?M n>w v*can*, whith will probably b - filled up at tic time of tb- ar foiiituo ni < f thV Miwter to the Potted write*. I'li'v ire Xew 1 ork, Philadelphia, Char tee ton. and Baltimore. ft< n lb? leW4On <iSw\(T. IW! TJ I Wean g!<idt<>be etoiUid to ?tnte that arrangement* are marly e mnlctrd for the full and complete rewmf loo of iplmato re' tion* with the repuM.cof Urc United rutee. The Minuter selected ?- the reprepe?eentativ? of the Queen of f>reu Britain will profmhly arrive at Washington befo-e the 4th it Ujirh.ani will be a cnoipani'd, or very no >n follow ml l.y, th? Orwi ul? ?>f ti?e three piece* left vaeii t at tije litre ??' th" enlU'Tefit d.ejvite, aid by tht CVun.H'1 for Fdaltioiorr .T.icant by de it o .and by the Or*nl for BnUdo, whi;h henceforth to have a HrlUnh n? .der.t to wateh oter 'be large Hrftub inter-' Id tliat very rbiujr loam. When the name of the Mud- iir appd ta - l- aamwinvlln a b day. we h?re L" doobt thj'. it will be re efved wlin fatUou n,*>n the o?lier aide * Ute Atlantic a. wrl ae upon Qua. Thr AnahelVnltii War. From the totitofi l'3?? Pus 30 ] All the tfT rt* o Faghah dlBlomatla'.* for a period ( t i and tan ij ) ,imi I *i!H to anake #f onrthroe lb *a*n iiilrtirne and aeoendan-'y at the Pei?dMi cr, rt F<>w abltr or mow experienced men in tb-dr pn'ti'ul?r rpberr than ' cxonel Marvlnoald. Kir flwirj Ml it, Sir John M N'elll, or Coined Juaan Hhetl, ever wrred Frjland at a fbnijrn ronrt, yet neither ?f tbcec diph>ro..4rt?, nor M. de Her*y, or M dr SuUgee, who > Cirie???i on the port of Fruire dirinp the rrtpr ? f l/>um Fd?iitpp?, were eoalded to obliterate the influence nod ae*?rtdanoy of Kmaria. Oar InW rent in the K-iet aid this mrwi* not only In l!rtti*h India. I<?t In (>*w leatlneole, Frwmu?, Trebw?-od. B i-wninh. Bagdad, and the whole of li ?. I lnl\ r n< to |-r* o re. hj erf j ra ral and materiel ro???n?. t;aoni;ve mrendr afwt.i i It'iwia. No* thai the rnrwn and the Ks'tt liidln Compa ny are ariinp with ore- mind and one will in the rtindan tiwlf, t?e tn >\ tl?e imp wa-non will be o?nttj'd to tl.r t-ciirt of IVrria that rarh unity la irreahtjW. i.??!.iird nn?' India are, vhank* to atoara, nearer to 1'er-ie than they were at any formal perl <>d of tbei hiti'7, end both ran now command hircrr nwarc- and more ai>r>T*>r! ite and r?aniw tent inwirWD'tiif to *"iK nut 'their common porpnaew. liuitOT) at irrll at /.'gropm/ \ntr-rnt* iuttr tmftrm Urtly rfifmift that ?/ itia I t\trhmaUA in I'nrirt, anil rhrrltnaii?f *'i# ViiJ f?. It i< ro* benin-u t>e otmaotoi to Rn?Har Inva*1? n pf li dui Htf of tragnrtn Jethat'i an Uittalfl ??y not be wr?m.?.y 'JireuW ned, and eren porii?!l> romir?'!?cc<d In our own day. No dotib*. rrr ore iMt to baffle *nch g'tcnptr, f?,r Ttaeeia, to at all more an oefptrdlr, or n'hi-rwler. itwt keep up her eonriTi nnUatl'*)"* arid cfTnml-?-orir.f through i -mntHoe wtiirh err dew 'al<- mde ?nd lijrWro*. Thia ahe in wh'dij un-'bl" to do; tint pferthc.leiM, by hiking a few ettp* >n advance, ahe m > unftcitk enny rnr 1 uierit tnl#a, and burden n? with ttooble, anxiety i nad PXpfnae. To prevent them consequence* we rru?t lie **d determined to abide h> go hgi' meweun*. ( i tin Sv Im and PmimIim V or llaritlwi. <p , f jio~*T\g ! a r-port of tfj. j>,-o , ?-di .?r? of i the first aHtlng of the Fedora! Aowinbly at Heme, (Saturday. |)M> 2". T! i m*' ;tiM< opened by a speech fir ma M. Martin, tt.e I'tf d(trn1, in the Mlairtog t? rmr: ? Three ft.oirhr hare eeoPCely elapwd dnee you deflated Statue republican* nl.Nrnfhatel had de- i rived w. !l of the country, for harlnr aJ?ne tHn .wih ( et) o' U tt? ' ' rtn'.t of tbf "id of Seytcaber, j nr tork herald, mo tore Iben, event* howa Mar bed, tU pmdttoo baa " CDic ik inimi Sag r Neuuhxfr-i, il V III Switz* iland ?twb is iu qtexttun. The Pederw > unci itoi ?hi it tiers ?iy t> nuntake you ag&iu, 0 i.Ii?- iur-?rurfM deutw d?<] by the coxem-ivano** in abieb tbe enuwry is placed. Jmoios fohow?d iw M-n?e tr*i ?,uil'/to circo???r sol only the authors tiiit tLe iin.galorH of lie rebellion of Hapceuiber, ind o apply (be pwiv-biteut lafcl down by lew ar factions who in arms, by night dtatarbaii Le public jeacw, and ei)deao>ed to overthrow Km enai-ti ation if the aouutry. A for ipn Prince, tbe King of Prisma, has do iiui ded of Bw>tzerla> d tie Hberation of the prtonn )t?coiitfeqiMiiUy tbe acki owledgemant of hm iplta <*?r 'be p inripuMy of Neneh*t?l. This f mend could not be son uted without abdicating <ur rtgbta as a sovereign Kute?aa a fi?e and lulu1 ?i dent nation. That whtofc the king of P.u*?i4 ould not <btain be wishes to impose on us by one of urms. Under tMa mera e tbe og'Uim . Switzerland oouid not be doubtful. At the ' f* i (?? a fci?p!e < ry ercap?d lr??m heart of e' fv"' ihildien ot the county-a wiablm'ias bars' Je 1 o?-ia'in showed .liai tie HwSs people h*. Jf m r.eia'td, that they am worthy of thei- * <* <*9,Ld of MUrtJ. We ma/jojfull /J "* Ik mud Lout the people and the goverr n ?tid Lv tko mo? ardent patriot-ir ~Tn'* _ 10 n sle fvm sacrifice f r Ue dj.Drtercf. Wla.ver their put M ^Hnion thev are >,?. muted in the rsine leeling, ^e, ti)<. ? lf of .he country. ^?ry which auTlhw '' c.! \ ou 1 t ri^v Moreover. the cause for which *e *J? J1 ft ,| ji i holy cau^e, that it lireity, 1\ In ^ principle of the soveinuiry oi the_ p Bp?,n which rents our c ufctivn1 wi?, h??? against tl.e worn our. prinet|i> rf otaftsv rigfy, \)j,jiori* o by th* treaties of 1816. ? thiov ro tin return oy .-or adversary whiiuvokes tl'irn V-day. L>< us know lew to maintain in ov d?hVryatior> the c-rltn iiud dip nit y wbl h become an a.^^ubij x>f the representatives of a free people, ??d a | ev-n ?l?e of fan-fanwuuU. 'Wiat the country wants in nets. Let our dectei 'tw hear lie impress ot r?puuhcan energy. l>et us not recoil btiore any ear, i the?that is tie sorest way or p. uraMcnig our liherty, oi maintaining our itidepi Dt'ciice, and rating our country. We know that the entire people are with i;b tt e have reached a cruie wuen the national exis'ence o? Haitzerland i? at stake. May the Ood of our fathers enable us to teste liom it wita honor; and if the danger pass away, n ay this ciisis <ooir>tsi?? t> still more strengthen caucord among all the sods of onr country. uLO the patrioti-a> of her children. GmI protect Switzerland! Goo bless Switzerland! The assemblage then pro e -ed to the election of a tew l'losideut; afterwards to the nomination of the commission on the Nenichatrl question. t'kotkst aua1n9t the u ascii of pri:mian troops tbkoi eu wt'h ckmhiutll. The f llowii.g are the chief points of a nrotwt of the deputies of the Chamber of Wnrtemberg agaiest the cncen.ration or passage of Prussian troupe on Win tern burg tenitory :? A' u rung a. public r. port the ProeiUui reprseuUilv la said io btvi declared l? the tierreexl.i Diet ou ibe 18 b it Is is ruber that all ibai nuw reomoe.1 lor his Sovereign to g.v<- force to the d< maud* b< bad made to )?*' redand war to organise a suitable n.i ury toroe, and that aego PatKiaa wo. e cu toot io procure freedom of movtmaoi to the raid luce. It w ekar ttat war caanet take plane agalnat BwUzorland without tbe Pruertan army occupy iig a iiorlton of ibe territory o' Soetbern <?rmanv. Hal it la aeodItaa to prove that ibe Jtapote which has ariten '-om the prtuua.ooB of ibe Houee of a.iht-aa>l'.?rn to lbe.'vimgr iy of the oabtno of Veo.-t.\l? l has ouihicg wba< ever to do with tho rlgb.e o. InlciorM <f the Geraaa Ooufeoeratioe. oor with the Matea of doutherD Hermaay, aor with Pius, la herrelf. An ftfit of hn>tll!tv vocld fa.)! lh* rnnrn bMtilv niv>n tbe popnlatkiiia or the Hi* cs homering upon Hwitr.-riiind. *b HwlU>ria*a tm alwaya boco the maul peaceful, the iwi irefl. mlve, and the beat neighbor oi t?>-, *.< ?he enjoys our eeir-em. IrkD'.Blit,), out 1 otl srraieidy. Bd if tmreover. united to u* by reciprocal comrnvrcis1 F.ven wr(th the hope that tbe great European Powsrr tot;' auceiec in preventing aotuel noablliiae. It would atl 1 be a great etil b?ve a I'rueeiao army ita-J nod on toe aemhern frt mier of t+ertneny, nok only for Hartarriand, which wi nld be obliged to uppoeo numerous army to Prorata. ibla Wl'ng ??iy nunirroua tiao <* from indui.ry are MMWCt. but brMttWI (lor many wboee mni incal InifrrrU are to clo*"ly a itod to tboae of Hwiizerland, without alluding to otbor birieaa, ?i>:h ae lodging ?>f troope, carta, JU>. already the partial a?ma?D*B' aa yet made la SartUir lend hat b<cn felt id Wurtrtnonrg, and baa (topped ibtne branch-, a of comm roe wlitcn ej ported good a to Ha ut'-r land, fiat UT Swt / riant n cnmpilled to ooctraol a heavy loan?-and tbU win be ina immediate res ill oi p aong ber army or a war footing?a)n- wilt bo oompel led to laertaee ber import dm a, aid tbe oon sequencer world be niort ol?**iroii- to tbe whole of (, wmaoy, bat repcciaby to tbeHontbcrn Hta'ee *i d who can aay tbat, war orce oommeoo>'d between Prussia and itwl ceriano. it a, 111 not lead u> further oompil nations and teraloulnble danger* lor i+e-man)' Aud all tnrae icaaeaari' to be i-oine by Htatoe wbo barn nothing whatever to do wllb the matter, because ot a rwint u Aon ware! a purely dyraatt: onaracter. It tbe Mfurtecn'torg Charri 're were assembled, Un- rcpreventailvea of tbe peo pie woold, noobtlras. proooaoce ibemailvoe uaammouely agatrrt tbe idia of lending tbe tsrrttory of tae tlermao ct bUderation ni our eouctry. tor a orrnooalratlon or for a ar againat HwDifriand. Hut, ax tie Chamber* are not art rr.biej tt apfeai* to o* to be the duty of iho C mnsu tee. conformably to tbe conatitotton. to make a represen tenon to tbe government o. the Uttered and indubitable wi> bra oi lie ooontry. We tharriore request tbe Committee or the Htatee to ark the grvrn>n?ent to take U?? neceetary meaaurt* that bo MMBMgfB el Proa*Ian troope In In t?i?rn Orrmauy. or paafsg* of eocb troope through 'ha hale# of Southern ?; -many. and more especially through our oountry. bo allawed. Wofcl. Iferfer. Bo der. flooradi. Nlitr Hotel Bodmi* Knukai Miou. Heanit/vr. BnKXr, I?CC. 2ft l^W. Conformably to a decision of to Federal Ahmo bly, a comn.ireon i>l 11 ntenibertt hue U'vn appointed to prepare a report on the situation of uflalrt. the Federal tenembly adjourntd without diwwlvlug iteelf defli ltitcly. The propoviuioo of the Fmperor of the French, relative to a mtdiation whih wae vpokon of, ha* not vet been received. Tbe Federal Council ha, given order* for the epexxly organlwitlon of the I.undachr. ConnciUor Krmr bait left fur Frauk'ort and Cun eillur Frey for Haele. Tbe m Lesion* with which tliejr are harped piohuU} contain a comet on propose on. M. Barnar.n, the r-wns Kjjv ij at the Coort of the Tui.i rice, haa arrived here. llopew are antaruuaad 01 mm e. a let'erfrom ConMance, in the Su?lhan M.rrury, myr:? The Prusro+twla* dlfihmltv lut? pi jre<l u* ad at nece in a very cmagrreaUe position : f,?r em* yeefettlay nteaentea hn?e bee:, taken to fortify tbe town on the aide of Sw'tzerlai d, and to construct redonota. The limitary authontirw have boreowod frotu the municipal administration Uie nece*arv tool*, wtlie awiutiinr etipplie* irotn Caritrube. The ndiitaiy poet* have been augm and and patrol* are u?nl lo.aA uloa., fba I W. tba L ,_J . rwtiviir^i wr ' ''i HIW "MICI H.iUU. ? r*al?e eorpe hie arrived at Kn' 7tiniren tad Kinl? dm"f. of>]<odt? the town of Coa?lu>oe. BvRLDt. Mot-day evening. Ih*, ?t, 1 %',#}. Irqulry ptotee that the rtu* r< i-t wf the Frank fort Jtmmml, telegraphtd ye-tir-hiy. to in (irwi h -tbiim N> known here in otliemj -part.** ot ?nv i> optaittrn for the ntn<rgi meat oi the Netichatc! ;w Mion Ootntng bom the r.rnpenr Napoleon. All the feUtile for tin ) awage or Lh? I'rwlan renpa a:tora the tierman S'aw* an' nerf.?etly c ?n j.ltte. Tb? ptnnWoB to pom orer the Huvarlm rail* ay* ??* obtained wb-u the King of Pruwio wm at Mnntch. C??l. V*. toiJW h:?d tnen dt*y*?i hed to AotliHi ft make rxj air.Unna and to ewttrr the a went of that Fowe the nte|ie ontotnptated by I'rtitwia. 1 he f*il ?*ing t* a tn?n-la;inn or the I'laoti-ui not.' of the Mh ol Dte*n?ber rrla'trr to N??ohu?Ut). of rhi< h en anaitalH h ?* ai->ady appeared. Ii It ad drteeed u? the Fin?*wo AmtM>uadnrs at l*aii?, lei ripen. \ venna and St. FehrdmrR WMII?, Ort 9 |*M, ?i?_> ur Meal'rary M aL^My knr? nf Id. rtOaa) b? Ok* Ptrlaa Prderal (Vrama) raptad \n na On MM rf PttMala !< ?#,? I-hn??lK>r of UK KMlM <? prt t'Mra, Mt.c h; art or of U?o h'a*. oar aortal ni'i r, brr? ?4i tu nutter i? tn? llMn <?r tua pre- >V7 IM oi*"' I1.19'TM' . tf .hal <1. n*r. I ?*a jou an aa?ar?\ pit by Urn *?/ m IM in Lblf | rcWaary Of ?bj tut ?r1or nrgou*:mm oo tip flofO etWrvrn of the ifibrni rrttl r| |r> iht Pr tolpi lt? of bewtalfl. n>< bretell* ti " by our ter m ntb? for ot iM?r ?* )<?? tb? kubj'ci o? * ?i<b rf th'orK ooc irary rr lb tueimeadbbta mti?a nod |irrjibrltl b> errry crttolote ul irrttiosat# authority, m treU ? to Urn ? * d arf>r '* Irra'kr, mi?ht htd -ei|lit |n l? . I> tard rtifV. Ut ?onr*Ot~* that a tbi trrrtual i ft?U<a? I'a Ma>?tuy Mud nnt Vr.itc (r-tt! ?, t' tfdrra. ? ?t:oh t??d . <! iim to M? fwwrr nti4at*, and orvb the g mpeaa 1 vl arpret -trd av>rr than eo.*? Piea?1at ad a?ar!?o*i nronaeta were -at'y *d ?t,tt "d m thi? *? <> to I*.t Hnltetji r?M*d?<-aUcro ir * the thb oata ?h.?* 'fiud Uw l/ rdno probrvt. and br (,<r?n*n eoB'fderalton. ?'Wr hartnr uadatnoo'ly tttnr tw adbeetoa lo lb" pra.-siyna lamneed io that p*.'M**-t. nmttly 'jpfivtrd, in -vifhthe modioli rtl Mia rjtert.a purtlb- M tral l*?t dip' -i.?t.. rrpreetr* ?tvr? .i, Safrartaad. IM dr-ward ?K Pre da taw-urnlog lb. ir tnrd'nta It' rralH n td Ida v jr.htU planner t l.-m t'.^ao e?im?rt*rr?a iu. rev -a1 of ibe '"deral & t u rfv o'rea deaiMe Virrerlar ? It ? aridea that, with a BifotaMn bPudnata ? *t? tW - "*>, tf Hot rfda- ttcfrdfTtittiD tlf* i"* * * , onont tho in lorr??fral ?t'|nlaiio-a to airlne M ah r.h the Prin tp^l ty 4 Piookvol waaadBl'lrd, cv 'or Urn foarattno if lluin .,K<wr oba < oaotona of ?wl ? rlan I. Piotid rtf a ary aoo?w*t. drawtap l>ar Irapfttt .o? p?1urt| ?? trbeeralr# of W' order and aultorlty. m.ti r.r terpf tnr Urn t?P?e?** ?* a royolattoaary p*ipa i.rdt ?Mrti ' >r Ibe wflrt pari waam'ptna tya ta? In H' l*?lle urr*%try, f?* 'Uwr'ood fortoU, ?r prs-mla l<> tv?r^ ?>? prr"**** rtfhto of the Kir** of m*?t% ??< ?*? e<l tot ?rtk>l*o ? M4 TO <* two 1*007 * ' "? npMld ?f (ii'jr iboto ronfrrrod on PwVmrlond b/ tha '.Mb OMlrkof *bf OMrO tr?oljr If* Kkif ear oc?o?t ?Mior, boo rrrtowly onoo <m*i fam imprt?l op* hitn by tbo yroooat of

I til Tbo mrM NMIIflblMNMMl I* MA | |?*r<? M>'* <e?t?o i*e;?oowrto, i? offoMloa to tbo I WPAT, JAJi9) jgt MlktiuH ? onjMl Ift wbtaa la laiMr paera i ? < ?bed mmUm* iwpo*ad ifM 1Mb. ?ar poaatao Haa al ?ooj?? MKlMd at* atelaae r >M>? ? b Mbtwg Mararea ? li tauHraor* ?? m Pnaiilpalby of N?aeiaie' fiNin A? rnv ?lwe ttu by f?li tflptoatbi t; p. rbopa ill * *be ?Mter, lb a tfuropaao rt?wa?? Ktag eertalaly wli w (ben, >?4 it* Uat it} **mt/ 4 ?* rtfuro ia omaanoo uto propwab bcI eo actiea A?bbla Majesty m tte rcaun oT lark Bn tbe or alrtaey en mmrm share mdieeted <te bo! the km tv a> royal bu . ?C Ida abler abjeoui of tbe eotinty at tb? ooi win a?KI?? rpy will be prepared aad earrtei aim ( a? o.ieeU'l a, aat with par* or or a loo aoo ibe ? 6'? iotrail mi of eb olalog ibalr oi gra* aaariocra wbiob ibe cooairy will h?r? w> a. / * wltl boor ?Ha i*M 4aol*l sal dorotloo. ? ??aa M baowt?aad Uila aoaaiMMa ami be abaroo d a't (be foralga eablotu, ooieM they allow laen *ei*ea lo be aiiskd by p.eo"oot tved anppaeitiou*- (to | bia Mtjttly oiily impose* voern ho*.kg oxbaucte every meant *i a pacwe ??a at iim *am? note major a n tranaaettop, to It ad the qneaitcB of tb? rtnal oimtitt?n o' lie PrliiCtpalUy or NcseiB el t<> ? tu .tual'y saW.fvi ri re'lk a? ot However, ibe icoorratlon of wotili W> K Bg bae alreauj (tlvtn to many proo'l is not y?l < ciuceo by tie mlilUry me*>orue wiici bi* Mojetriy ie or- peril f. 1*1 rt? Hae- laod retore to wiser resolutions, let ktr euwwuoiralc thctn to some trieodly Power or to tie Cablet to wh>o.a ?lp m d tbo lootJon protonl, nod yoor Eire leto; Biry be oourti.ced ht?>ort'oaoi toe Ktuf wul oct torn Hal ear to ia voice of ooooliia'Kaj Tbr above c<>rsioe.*'li>SB asd tlx if atteudenl doiJal 'ii' will uoilxlrta be avpruvtu by ibe Cabinets, Irlenda o' I'rtwtto. Will j-Hi 11ven fore, ?ir, oomnouD'jate tbe aoe o lie Osbme. o' and, l>> oroer of bit W?|0*ty rrsd iim dtapakb lo ibe II stater of S\?rotin Affairr, of b'? Vf? j??tj tie Kmprrer of ib> Frernti (it r-rasla, of AH trla,) at>d to the Principal Secretary ai -tttteoi bee Mi env lit Qoern ol KiglmdV MANTKliVFffl,. l^tVdrea eo o Oust Ha'*"?td at farta; Uooat (J. roa H 0 at Lor dep; Ooopi Ainlm, at Vieana; Baron oe Wntbcr, at t>t. Petirabnrir 1 It* Action of the I'nltrrt States Minister !> AtTnira of <lwlicr>landl [frm lie L'vei po I I' -at, Iteiv-imer 91 ] The statements current of Austria having opposed the t ffVr if interposition of good offices by Sardinia ai d (be United States, are not likely to make mends lot ibat unpopular power. The United States will ar.-uredly letl keen resemment. Of all the govern mem* in Europe, t >at of Austria ie tie most bated by Le people of America; aud sb mid war grow <mt ol the oba'iuaey ot the Kmg of Prussia, it seem vary likely that a decided manifestation in favor of tie rta if s republic would be made by that of the United Slatia. " t nutria," ssjsthe l-oodon Hrmlit, "probably fears ibat if the sympathy of the Arae: cans si culd be allowed lo take an official form, en courogimeut would be given to malcontents to look for support to democrat* at ibe other side of the Atlantic, aud that the idea of a war of principle might. be revived through the expectation that the utvr wnld take part in it." Whatever may have been the motive of An trh, she has acted unwisely in betraying her fear a or ber spite, for her con inct v? ward* Sardinia at the same time shows she in not fiee from the meanness of taat nnwor Jiy feel wig. Interesting from Hambwrg. The offieial part of tbe Hamburg Corrtrpomlml of I>eeember J 4 contains tbe proclamation of the Senate, announcing the eoTroercial reforms agreed to !d the last Hurgerschaft, convened on Monday last. The moat important altera lions are an folio war? 1. Total abolition of tbe hitherto existing export duty on all g< cds. 2. > bolition of the tonnage does on all vessels navigating within tbe limits of the river Kibe, and on all vessels coming from sea and from Heligoland with lb-li; and further, on all vessels a?d s'camm plylrg with passengers to and from Heligoland. Noreemey, the bland of Fohr, and other bathin places in the North Sea 3. The liberation from import duty on cotton, en>ton and woollen yarn, tlax. timber and wood of all soits, cement, iron, and various other articles eaun.erab d. 4. Exemption from all import duty of passengers personal baggage and their effects, to the value o' 100 marks banco, 6. Abolition of import duty on all articles under ! the value of 20 marks tianco. G. Extension of tbe free transit of goods to nin" months, and redaction of tbe transit duty j per cont for tbe fiiet three months, and A per cent for any sort reding three months. 7. Declaration of the value of such articles ns are not quoted in tbe prioe current, at their cost price, with tbe addition of fieight and insurance. Arrangement of the Bolgrad 1)1 IDr uJty. (Per.- (IKn. ft) C'orresDoaaeu ? ot loodoo lines I 1 n enti< ued some weeks since that, with a vies to effect an arrangement of the Russian qoestiou tj tbe ( atisfaction of all the I'owera who wen represented at the Paris Conferences, it had l>een pr> posed by the French government that Russia should xtmndmi her claim to tbe Bolgrad situate 0'> l. tke Ynlpuk, and which pomwititcA'es writh the I'aiiubt, or condition of tbe cession of a certain portion of territory in Hesaurabia where she might establish the oentre of her Ho'garian popula'ion, and tbat this proposition was rejected bv tbe F.uglish government. It is now aaiu that, after a good deal ot negotiation, tbe "principle 'has been accp?e<l not, bowtver, as a romjiepsaticn for 15olg-ad, tie Itnssian claim to which was invariably dc dared t > be nntounded, but in retain lor the Isle of Serpents By this arrangement Russia will tie debarred fiom all contact with Uie Danube, and the que ion of tbe navigation of that stream satisfactorily settled. It i? further stated that a draught of the Protocol as agreed to by the Powers has been forwarded ti I nrrFi/uig "? .urn. mc * "uinrii *? wii u^*-n us ?*oon tut the answer of the Unssltn (InvernmeTit is received. I'is not antici|>&Ud, however, thut an> diflirolty will be mined, as hussia is already aware of the Banner in which ii is proposed to settle this question. The Aon/ affirms thst the question of Rolgrad is arranged, snd that the g .vemments have now only to come to an understanding as to the compensation to be given to Rnsaia. All questions, then fore, wil, i !>? wttif d previous to the commencement of the i on lerrncee, and the l'lentpotontiarie* will ha\c merely I to sanction the decision of the ( ubiuets a. <1 ti rrsnge some matters of detail. The Nord adds, tint no date is yet filed for the commencement of ihe Conferences, but that the delay Is no', caused by xty trceh difficulties, sh had been reported. The result of the arrangement agreed on will be, acoord'iig to the sane authority, that the British fleet will quit the Black Sea, and tlie Austrian troops will evuwiato kite i nuiuiiuui |>ni>iinTis Kn|ll|h View of Walkrr'a Poalllon. [ r.-oi Ik* Maori' Vr |?.i H.I ] Our render* are pretty well aware that we hare never lelirwd the iiitlat'-d anl hignly Improhvhl areuot* of brilliant ricUmea alleged to have lieeit gained by tlie piro'ic*! force win h. coder the - ire of the Ameriean vdveoturor. "alker, ha been deeoiating a portion ot the republic of Nicaragua. <>n aelnoe examine'ion o| thoee amount*, and a coneidcratioo of the mrrernent* whl h for lowed th. dtffrn rt engagement*. it bocimr tiler* My riear that, with one tntlmir exception, the *|.e<rod vt^oTice were much mom like detent* ; and that inatead of ex'r ndlng Walker * eway in Ni a-aic-m, every racraelit tnnren.cait ditnini-h?d tlie trt orer whirh he wi? able to exercise rontnl ; ard we ftilly an*1r ipatetl at no dietiuit period, the utter defeat of hie plana, and the coptnne or <Jr*tnirU?>n of hi* (iraUcai follower*. Tbene ante I* notion*, If ?e it J) plate confidence in the> mm Nu aragna nhirh ha?e rearhed Mil* conn try by the Araliia, ee? ra to be on the point of beiOK mallard. Our modem mar mob*My recollect tovt, about a aeek ago. wi. aecrmnt ??< "etcWry,' pretty elmilar lr rbacweier to thorn which pre oleci it. *a* rr e|w*l fmtt New York, to which place It h id Iwen fnre-arded '< cm h ' m p.* oreorm. I< r*i>re?< aM Writer a* li <v>nff Lenten, at Maaeiyn, a greatly anpcrior fore of the allied Oi.t'al American troop*, with the uetioi tentlJe aluuMer or the latter. olid dtmiDotlye loe* of The ptiat'eal for e. Thi* aorooia, however, -rue accompanied by itaietreirte ?bieh al one rwo g.eot don 4 ntro the ma'ltj o< the aheced victory, ft one rfearthet Welter hud nM iwJy failed b< tike M??m# vihi.-h in lu'd wterlied but on l ie ri'iu'n In the o|ty < t OrnwJi ?h rh he* formed hi* he.?drjnunere ? art hie io? noil > fttcaiminia. he r?e<nyed to n 'irdci that r , erd directed that it M'ntild be deeiroyw) by fire. f ? li I* not v< ry iur I o?r vm meridrr* wtiohaer ' enoneaaful boM'eatr> *h*n ion and dentine ?ItW ohieh they hkT tone h Id pcaweeftloti, hnn wh lin .a'p their a/ero*J< aid rrr>%ihion vhe aTmr at Mxaaaia k? *d trnirli like t defeat. We ?te ivm roa!' d to Rlre, ft*- the Now Yon* nnui.r, of toe I' ui *?ry lutrfoetiag and apparently tm teorth .mrr ot recent event* iN?<ani|n:n, fn-tii?h J tri t pnrtiaJ bv Mr. i lHrirb<m who bkd Kfvrd wUh V. nlkrc * forte sen 'Itfe i. l id who, th'oijrk ividedly well in<' ned nward* tho eticeew c4 N?< lawle?* under .iking, . vr? nn rpjnr> itly fair ofd candid ic mot of hin ration pro-c and of too cndliioo Mum* If and hie force en the 2Mb of November U?t? It ap[<e?re Iron : <M m? re i! at whlW General Han ninfern, one c.i * rd > e,re. with SAO of bin he?-i roW' wr n i 1e*t,njrtai| Mrnnvla, be woe mirnure <i b> If lied mtnl ?pirrlofln foirr thlih < .1 <* i ecua I * from the Take of Kl'oronn ?? m etnuinTdratio wlui the re*t "1 the filil* *tor? who, inrtcad of Mnpr able to relieve their l* i< soared ' we were o ne. >r a..lo to hold 'heir (tmri 'ilnet a ooisl dcmUc trnr rt Rir-f l,y wtiirh ??try , ?#rr tlirrnf*r?><l. WalV?*r, It w mt. tm nni itiin fh'iiCTlmd} M? rr?n, I nt vrn.w n Irr'd n wlrirr.r c I r?c tin liifcc, *"?? hi ; thr n ? <lt o' tVn!He<j it y fca < nprti r.?MAl !' "^wnV <tota:hr>tent, irfcirli had tiV?n n)*ll?r In n rhu: ch, and ti>*- d*tr k? ttir Inn* advi-r*. to n:nk? a "tout dafrrirw>. Inn, (f ?iot r?li? red. would nridtnMjr l<n rrm|?tHfd |o ?nrr*Bflrr. In H-ftt n?, Waiker'aotaMSi of *> r wmld lie e:illrcl> a! fin fed ; and I* fTttot to litre w. beca prepartag fm flight, knowing M tee well what ou.d be hi* far* H he abeeM fail Int.) the bead* tf die Tee ef their i?M?h, whoa he centered rrr?r*fd p? tr< > fr?ii htm, and we very much nth lake ike feeing which he opponent* entertain toft aids bim, tf, in ease of bm oepture, he receive any more Horn them for oar own pert, we heartily w'wn ibey may mu e?ed in capturing bim. Th?re in a terrible account of btoodeeed and rapine standing Mid and bin death would be a very toeufficient expiation of it. Iatmelng from Spain. or nraMi u ?llk in ccb??thkpowcb or TBK CH'TiU ailKblL TO BE CUoTAILSD. fMkUnd (t>?o ) 0->f taiMiil'iumr (..Dun font ) 11. k. auMt, Chief of tbe AdmioieUa ion of the " opeiinr (jovemmtnt of Cuba, baa ju?t arrvtxl here. Thta u?i.tltm?D enjoys me icpuuuou of be!ng an inteln.'tnt a> d aealous official, and the infoimation a', hie command respecting the resources ai d financial ronoi 1 n ot Cnha will be of great rtivice to the govenmeot It in quite po-a ble mat fiu iota wuion na- oooup'eo me attention f variouH s over omenta in 8piifl?that of orea* nig the office of Colonial Minister (Mlnittrn ot Ultiti?ar)? will be carried out by thia ad ?'iniatration. The assistance of M. Ausct in Una matter will be roott opportune; and in toe event of tbe idea being realised, be will perhaps eceive ihe appoin ment of nnder-secietary to the new minister Benor Gonzalez Bravo ban teen spoken of cb likely 10 lie nominated Mir Kro de Ultra> ar. 1 hie n ay in Hume measure account for lue prolonged stay of HeDor Bravo in Madrid, as it w veil known that he accepted tbe appointment of Minister at tbe Con it of London in ohedioDOe tr the wishes of bin fiiena Mirabel Narvaez, ratliar than r< m any prcfeien^e on bis pa<t for snch a pout. However, as the provision foi the nev oltioe in not included in tbe prtevpuitto*, it 1b doubtful if tiuch a rieation will lake place without tbe consent of the Coite?, more especially aa It baa al *ayu met with ronsioerable opposition when previously proponed Tbe chi?f objection in that Uie Captain General of Cuba will be hampered in action Hhould he be an. hoidinate and have to refer fortnatrncUonRtoa Minister at Madrid. J rir nraoDirra ui nIrn a. ISTEBlfTTNO LPTTKR?SPKECH l?KOR DR. LlVIVfl Tflh?LABOR AND THK COTTON CCLTCKB ? VBE MATE TRADE?THK SODKCKrt OK THE NILE A ' ! sAnvm T 1MB IDTTvlH rtt TH? lOSim TIRB" Km?Tbeie certainly w< uld kx- no Increase in the general bapp'ne.-s of the world by the simple traisUteiice of tbe slave labor system of cotton growing In hi the Southern grates ol Aniens to either one peril"* or ano'ber of the African continent; but, as 1 believe it itnprobADle that such a system?one of n onsirons wrong to the bUck, and had neighborhood, with a tendency to political tyritnny, to the white, will be tberesnP of our encouraging tbe Africans to pit dace the r^w materials of our manufactures on ibeir own soil, I sbail endeavor to give a general view of the social at d political relations of tbe tribes with which I am beet acquainted, is it is on the peculiari ie of these that my belief is founded, and yoa will then be able t> decile whether 1 have beeu led to my conclusion by sober reason or by too sanguine hopes Ihe gov< rtin-e nt ot most ot tbe A frican tribes is patriarchal. Each nan becomes head or chiei of his own family and tbeir dependents. The children bnild their huia around a spot called the "kodt," which answers to the "gate"' in ancient times. Above,'hese paternal chiefs there arc inUuenitl n en, allied by either blood or marriage to tb' chief ot tbe tewn or tribe. They have a number of kot +h nrcicr mem. tna me raien tcrintu nurcutn*? nwr In: cJh;" or hy nctkw word, meaning 4 little gr*4t rid oceH." The chief (Morcna or Kosi? lord or king), with hie rattle pen nud kotla in the centre of the town, Ih Nad nvr ulL When a man cannot manage hie M n h< ippials to hie 4 little lord" for ai-eiatanhe; and when a man of one kotU line a oom nlaiit against one ot another kotla the case is brought by these "little lords" before the chief. If a e?re reqtinirtr little consideration, tlie chief deciles on the evidence, which ia gi?en orally, the wiuieas alwayalManding r&oukl it be a mat erof mire import an.e.or any pnbbe qi.otiuii, the chiet aenda fur all hie lords, and the rase ia reheard in their prexenoe. Tliev utter their opinions freely and the chief sums np their npin ons, taking the same view or not, a* the ease ttwj \m, with the majority. If a man ot decision of character, fce carries It his own way; if otherwise, they gent-tally carry it in them, rhe rblel seldom adopts any measure direo-ly contrary to public opinion. Olc or two decided opponents will make him MM nd hesitate, uod twraaps Lave recourse to the dice or di\iuation The elders or lords are ponied by a r umber of maxim* or proverbs, which setm to hue come do vn to them by tradition. The.* remarks refer chieily to tie tribes south of 18 degrees south latitude. Iuth- country of the tine negro, which lies nurtb of that point, the pol'tical relations, though generally the same, a-e somewhat modilitd by female iutluenoe; but the general relation of one tribe to another is the seme in all which came under my observation. One lril>e U perfectly iud->pend< nt ef another, except by a sort ot traditionary bond, which will become developed in ca?ee ot invasion or con mon danger. It serot to Lave arisen from hav Ing had a cemmrn origin, and It became partially apparent when ain't- Colonial (Governor made the en- rmos mistake of prrtendlrg to pis e himself iu the traditional r (vilahip of toe caffre family. A better plan tor muring every particle of patrtot'jan and loyalty of the moat devoted people on earth could not Lave U? n ri? vloed than that of what to aii Englishman will apjwar a very atmple affair? Til., appointing a 1'* ropena koainkolu instead of a poor Ceffrc one with a withered leg. Universally it must have lieen felt ae a *tab at their eutire nation* jr. If we apeak of it without reference to riphf and wri ng, a kmwlrdge of the African polite d eonatiti.uon would have led any man with hi* wit* about him to Imitate the conduct of the English goTernment with the liuhland rirefa quietly h sight up the ]?ower ?.f the nndcr chiefa or euUndized them, and then the Koainkoln would have given no moie tioiiltle than dlu Uie d<w mUhta of our r re ten der. Among the Ihchn& there ia no paramount chief, t ill the' refer tliemrolvew to a MMM origin I hey aie more cftrminate than the Caffre-, ttVirl r?f thrm ?Kn warn muhl irrhfjul l.o iliwck. kstze gavt lo trouble to the R'er?, wbo vimj wisely sidled uwuy from the ("alfree. of whom th-y nn!v?f ally entertain ' rery wholesome dread. W h?o they ( be B"?in) wisn to appear valiant they namo the tiechnamui "t'alTre*.' and mav withon* much danger "jierfcrm brlUiar t smlse before the eaemf," seeing our f i vernir.ent at the iap< prevent* the Bechiunar fnin receiving supplies of gunjiuirder?although Urey n? ver gu\r tw any tremble-eind allows free supply t> tl * t'-oeig.wtio have. Among th>- a mx* beyond 1" ij. th? sj*t?ro of panrenmmt thief" prevails in < n i wtiat greater force man tn CafTreland. II attaint" is the laramount rhitf of a very widely scatter d tnU railed i.o'.'swl.i (re Kalnndi); but the tji rhie's who prefe*" subjection to him are prrli"!]}' tndejendiat. ye? use lia name ae a sort ol btrebrar to each otoer. and every Vw y??rx send him present. faretniie call" him elf a Mtseal of klaUamvo too, nnd Las a hereditary claim to U pi nwiM in tin f to bim m. somewhat the name way one of our Srotti-'h pem doe* in reference to bis < lan. Mopopvapa. (lord Hotap: ) ..(ten named by the I'orttgtM** the " Emperor," is nether of the parnnnur.t etiiets; bot, thouefc f.?rmerly etiMdired by the rpftngnww and bun red with r. guard of hnre^iean troops, is certainly not | nil n a pnwcrnn niMi hp ,-nnnui'W in rwimuuetN?w, th*ee varlona rhe Ir, though newly tide ' penoej.t of feu h aibei . nrr h) no Tiiceua iiiili'^ nd nr o( tin ir peotde. KunwiMf r m<ui in dxwaUrtieo with mir i turf, In- ran eerily tranrler htnwit to another; an<1 ee r (Jttef'a ltnpnitence tnrrrnofi witn toeiiiin her i-f hj? t ?41?>?r* re. IVglliree are alawye Termed wiUi oprn anna. The chief ol tl?c 'Mobile, who tie iri of the taJmxia. (IX dep. Rnrt 13 dear. aonth UtJtoHp, 23 <2eg. 1 ngiu^ti.) aol'l aome of hi? fttOf* r few year- ago lo Mamlwri. The cm* inrtxT \ whoic village* ovw to the Iktloo mi, urn . f?t?v ti.rin w? mi Important p*rt V the popup! n under Hhintr. Slavery invsnUMy producra Ivwl n?-ig hli?nhor>d. Nrwrty al' the t\ itugTir?e wan hare l-ad thw cement in thetn- " Th?y received and kept "V fugitive "lavfo." Sr'rrmtltinlly W thi* Ik* ma, / omtiol rnu rim* " rm-diui trlwm l\t f 'n^rd Nt.itm unit EniiUi'id hV lilh't a fi/giMr, $Jnrt gtt is op .+a*irr mi f Vmr,/<? and H'ngfawf, ar W/wwry fa Ah.,ii?il> >V.n/A. In AftVtani-xtruefvr ,l*fH*yvte*n r?n I* iRirieil not anjahr-e < wtit m the iciree mrJcrcd in tha deep reedy river" ot theilrmt t alley. On, of the queen* ol the hett'tonne triedto er-iRtv thence to the w>iith: btrt. though ar<*nn?pained by lit Ht'i r oantR. ?h? got mo entangled In the 1 rancher of the mm r to lie obliged. aftc a lr.ofiih - aWnec, *> give h? rrell r 1 n all the other ;>nite of the tonnlry tne fa ||?.. .. .a- ewape are an jrr?. I that the R.xve i Tftem, r ninth ?l were deimi < to iiinMiiii it mail,| ft,- i4 w at ko*l. Woold I e fine aan' fnl r tip m?*d free and iodepen <l?r>* iipikii. in ?lie country, the Bo-hnien and Bakalahari: they kill imd prepare upward* ,if 30/10f) r?ali rr tn . the ??hin? <* ehtrh are,alien annually o the Cape in 'he i-happ pf "karo?eea" IMtimitrly rranj of tlx m pnr> tiaec tea in 'Tilra. Three * ', ur tradfir marage the wIi,4p aff'iir. Aek t ' nirir^r. nnd !v would an?wer thit Ibev animal? ? uld ,mly t^ m.lireted from the de<ert hv alar> I 'alor. iv. *s u i*. ...u w.t? I ,rm dinfmnt nl itti-i mii n? ni/mn n tt*i/ ? -??b?'??i?x. n?<l |, i in ttftd Hwratoil i*oypoi-*d. Wo !??- Itu i.n? l? ?if |??>p|o r*rr>tnc Uira* aitMoafn rhr Tht l>.il"Ti<V? ?r,d AinhwviA e>n*ot mart ?i>y wrinn r,( Hraa. whl^h w* -aw a' a dta anc v of a f< w mtlr* on tiean in tho formal. Th?y arr not gi?pn to ateal mach othar a homy, from a frar ol ? niiune bring plarrd on tbo trm?. For th?- mod part, nrarly til tht wax la collarVd by porfortly trrm r, ibonph to on* hitting in IsmukIo tho amoamt ?' n o ri o'moria. And * ? of th* palm ,m,| ow*ot otf. Jt ia ptoduffd *y indapennant nepmtw.aind bad they ) *' < i I a tmto, m I recommended tbey eboaid have in iaa? ?> the i>rodar? wobM be luuldphed a hundred fcld. I mj iU? beeaua* of im cheap rate il which than articles atsjr Ue obtvMd ir ui the cultivators hi the interior, cod the very wonderful preditoettan which all Afiieane have (or barter. In connection with tbia (object 1 may mention that before ear endaero were bo ibervm-ed in number /m to reptes the trade in eaves toe traders went iuiand and par ehuiftd (laves eufTioietit u> cany the wax, tvory, Ac., they could flno to the coast Both were solid tor exportation. Hut when onr MhNI became by iaeraauod number* more efficient, a new system waaneceaaary; and now the government of angola oompeli the negrotH tivine tuder it to render servioe in tranen/ietir>? maH'Kmlitiit'P At ft flvrut ? *? d* Thin in* pi?".t> clear proof that (be slave trade wan repreestd, though it dot not prove it*entire suppression. We cam ot always trace an nntruth lo its aulbor. / had imbibed a Yankee notion thai our cruisers only made bad wot and inert assd by tnUrference the horrors of the middle passage. Mj brother, a clergyman in the Uuied Htatea, beard a profeesor of political economy aeaert the same thing' and an our consins like ?> wiv iemarkable (binge, it wan added, " Ilit^ land would adopt a mare bnmane course were she to fit up a line like tbe Canard to transport (he negroes from Africa to Cuba tn comfort" I was led away by (bene and other statements msde in Parliament. But in Angola J found "the time of the slave trade" tpoken of in the past tense. I saw slaves sold for 12#. within I0o milts of the coast who for m trly would hare fort: mar did (TO, and iravtUsd with cmpames of slaves carried from Angola (thiefly tee mm) to be barter id annmg the Balonda for ivory and wax. The entire traoe is not cloeed, but is ho dangerous an to prevent any one except a very few daring characters rtaktag their money in it. Tho heartiness manifested bt all oar officers in their w?rk and other tlnngB made me rather ashamed of myreiflor imbioiig what I cm,li clearly see wan rather ? Yankee than an hnglish notion, propagated probably, id the fl-st place, by th-we who iniyn-tve fceen interested indirect > in tee slava trade, and believed by those who were not, but bad no mnann of testing 1*8 accuracy. The idea that the Afrieant could not produce cotton ?ncug/i for the tuppty oj England on their own er>u / very much tutptct it a Yut ket notion too. 1a>oic at tbe insgniflcant inland of the Mauritius, 35 miles long by 25 broad?a great piece of volcinie r-'ck.snd h i httle noil that tbe boulders which covered it must be planed in rows, ax dry stone dykes, io o ctet t 'get space for the sugar cane; tbe boles are mad*- for the cane between tbe rows, and a little guau"an<i?d, tor with mt that there would be no i-ugai; ai.d when that part is exhausted the dykes mu-t all be move d on to tbe fatcrreaing spaces. The lab >r must all re bought by colonial money from India, and then English enterprise produces sugar equal in au not to one-fourth ef the en tire consumption ot Great Britain. Tbe population of this wonderful little islaid, 200,000, m entirelv free; the laborers, buppy and comparatively free from tbe influence of caste, fee more friendly to Christianity and c ivilization, and often return home as such men to i-p. nd their aft- r life hi ease and qniet Indeed, it is free labor which here, as In Angola, produces the large supply of the articles we need. Tke latter country contains a population of 600,000 souls, and o. ly from 5 to 7 per sent are slaves. But it may be objected that tbe colonists of Natal cannot get tree labor from the Caffres, and our government must supply them with cooties?there can be no baim in qu< 11 g trie Natulan's own words, as published from reports of public meetings in their own newspapers. The avowed object of the speakers at one meeting a few years ago was to indues the aovernment to grant Cbineso or coolie labor, "for ion they would get English capital on the strength ot it." Now, I wish tli -m t get some of it; they would ir ake a much beto r use of it than the Imps ror of iiusxia would, but, though desirous to see them prosper, I ttunk it will l? in their power to remember tnat Caffre labor by the thousand was at their door at 7s. 6d. a n oath, and if a 'Ami' commissioner bad gone out they would both have left off their clamor lor ' labor ' and for a Calfre war, for these " T\mc? people" are sad fellows for potting the ends of tilings together. Tbe attempt by a commission to get up a Cnfflre war produced the opinion of the Rccoider of Natal, "that history does not present another in-tanee in whico greater security was enjoyed of both life and pro peity than had beeneoj<>y?d by tbe Nataltane during the period ot English o< cup.tion." Mr. Ofcrnte, the Becordor, is a gentWiMO of Dutch descent of distinguished impartially of judgment, anu eminent in legal attalnmc ta. and then they were told, nen con. iu tbe commlurion, that neurty all those who were rlnmonig for labor were so unable to employ labor that tbey hud actually eome to tho colony imearch of employment. 1 wish them sue cess; duv yon win see wnemrr ineir want ot laoomeans more than want of capital, and whether th care ban any bearing on the question, producing cutton by fiee labor in a trie*. IVith respect to the firtility of the tod I hat* rer little doubt, bemuse cotton u already rutin ufi if though of inferior quality. It is short is* the file In Cazengo, a district of Angela, 1,200 ctatks, ear sir feet long by three broad, is the annual tribal of the free population to gorermnmt. Ther is beeswax in great abundance in the interior, ba' the people eat the honey and throw the wa away, Coffee, wheat, augur and indigo were tenner iy exported from Tcte. The country in many part ia quite covered with wild vine* ; but the grape* ar baa. There in abundance of specular iron ore and the Mark oxide, but I bare epoken of there elrewbere. The wheat grow* on parte flooded by ttie Xambrre . and t?ii? rk-r inundate* large patches of country annually, exactly aa the Nile doen. Indeed, it tires in a great vullev, c staining extensive collection* of water with l.-lard*. And, as the view of Hir K. Mnrehinoti re*T>ecti' g the formation of Africa was remarkably eonflnned by mv observation*, made without the remotest idea ot hi* having enunciated it clearly three years before, I Ihitth it highly prnba bit thai the Zambesi and Nile east in one gr>al eoI ley. The valley of the Nile between Cairo and Alex siulria is the exact counterpart to the valley of the Tinrotse, between 10 d green and 111 <legriv? south latitude, and 23 degrees east longitude. My principal object In referring to there matter* in the present paper is to tul.e advantage of your wide cfrcula'ion to utter a sort of protest against any meh speculation* being made in oonnectioii with Hum. The porta raiiea uirr* i wrra ao? r Mehimhe, at the real miwitna of the Zamhe c.onrhf / i to be examined by cumpeten4 pernon*, if the opujiou ' of the late Captain 1'ark**, who wan killed at the month ot the Usmihc, <u d who ia raid to have heea delighted with the branch called l.uaho or Cnama. cannot he fnnnd at tie- Admiralty. "Hie rieer nf Vnilbmiuie which 1 came down, la not the Zamhene - all. When I left that river It wa? flowing topioly, with alxmt thne-onattem of a mile of deep water. it r< main* high oaring tire monttaa of the )ear? i. e., a mail ateawwr won Id aoareely rua fit nnd anywhere within 300 mllcw o' the anaat. and during the nmaminp month-- there la ad.ep channel rather winding and ahiftlng from yea |to \ ear. The re i* a ehif ;tng too, of the large r?edy Uiaad In the rivt r i*low 1 Ai|>?ta. ' The bealtniaH m-riod of the year? May .Jnne,and Joly ?onrr-^xiodi with Uu time of medium height n( the water. The touato) ia ur<Ink:eating until yoo go through the gorge ol I npati. The m-mt'Tinr i-lnnda where, before tne late nar, If fowl* could he bought for two fath >ma of atmng unbleached calico, and grain equally cheap, *rc now ikpoptilaW. The Portngue?e g ivernaient haa mane the p-wte of tlx en-urn eoiat free, aw* certain privilege* are pntol to any one who ma> dif-ct ver and work a mine. The country, e?po? ial'y that north of the Zanibiwe. la remarkably fertile, and the | cople cultivate hugely , jc4 1 would recommend notbirg hut a email irnt'ny in any attempt to develope the r? rour*e? of the acwntry. Anything on a grand icnle wonld 1-e ?o?e 1o fnO, bcranae It ia *o eery dlffl colt to gel the proper aip-ney. for howneer gOi> | mea m iy appear a' riome when freed from the restrainta of put ||r opinion nnd the tfaonaand oth?r influence* w-h'eh lenr upon th?-tn in hamland.they do often net in the m<iet uiinocramtoNe manner. I>et hot I'tliej he attempted at tirat. and wh?n aume?a In the small way la attained nperitione caa easily 1-e extended; your men will then be know* t< o. If. for tnrtanee. an attempt were made to de reh?|?e the o-al teada there would I* no great difli ( rulty in a mialJ armed *teaaicr going up the Zoni hire : (Mi miles to th pnrte around Tete, where tlx- t rami' rinjM.n*.ot uh kuiijoc. uno ream could he rarhnl by potBff up. in flat trftttomcd boat*, a rlw , 0 or "0 tarda brood, iwfled Heroine (Revnbwe) which fall* mlo the f .inieae mi the north 'mnk about two mile:' babw the fort. Thane Hat bottomed I rata wenld npptoueb to within two or three mile? i f the ream, and, twit fur n em Ul cawftdn In the Nettihwe, they rowM ft tor the tribntary of the llf iwl.we in which t!>c warn i Jtlatr. It la rttuafc in the prrpeiioicnUr lt?nk. and, nieaAum! from the level ot the *t*eani, it ia 4- tnclicalii -lotnietei, i f, * BcJi?e of aliole, Jjf.fii another of 10 in 'haw?M inchoe f coai in all. The dip of the aeein in inclined up itfiid". w no nun Idnery tor draimiffp would ten '(iiiietl. f Ji-HC lit the eoa'h?e been converted into eke by Toiianio'inHion. Another tributary of the l.rvnl.we. *liic.b enter* nefuljoppntci'ethia.rontaiiu ft.other Kun, anil there are othera hiyhir np or riorthw.inV. f have brought rpeciioena lor the inn 'i In .lermjn ptreet, under 8ir R. Hurchtoon, iliroe opinion win be deceive a* to the value or aorthlraf ne?j of the mineral. Should ouch a amen* la'khi te mwowfal, atemofe information of the f i? ntcfeiil value of other arli lea would In Uie f i t >e lie reonred. I a n not rpiilifled hv a co?n i, r< >.<i poii' m prv? any opinion, Hurt oUw*** N,n?11t MfT wipht not *nr<tH In jnini'p tlto ( >?>, tint* of lb* n?t'T?n. With ma, raifeH, It. Hw 1*111 a ?n*k tlw. 1 l<*?e profited much by #> k>n?liir<?M r>f t W* ? ' in 1 Ime liveH la li?\vft m* * ' 'hit ^ny i?D? m?v ti-cp fonflim In hi ' ?vil r?prm?1ng th? ?bti?i?oi rmrii ?n unvc <1 >n* thwo'i 1 ? , . Ut it l* M ? t- rv M ? . h.titt'd *k?t?lmVvc;.?i^ i? tod nHtrHtxwtiood ?? im, orn t jr'^f ?F my rwmny *l?v* j-iw ?rr W'