Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 26, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 26, 1857 Page 4
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4 NEW YORK HERALD. J A NKV WOKVON IIKNNKTT, 1P1TOR AM* rKOl'RIKTOR. VAN' -V *v A^v\NV\VV^ Or?:i'K A. W. tOKKKK or KAS4AC AND FTI.TOK 8T8. rr*?v, r>a TH / , ;AA Ht-h AlJ*. * / -*. r n? T'HA > ' 1 A'Al HKH ll!>, riy?> Nrtfcntsy, 91 >*< rrntf prr 4*IV, c y M.ttn Uh hnqwin <ilitwi. X nr. annum. If a. ),t- .k iJrorw /i. juih, o? A < '?*? of'dw OmUnent, bc*ii o ip> *i?? I olnnu XXII. Ho. 11.1 \MlISfNKNTS TOMORROW KVKNINU. r.ROU'WAT THKATRK. Rn.vlWM?W?nrt.u?f| -Thk ' *?' ?*T>?UISH *f,*.TlfV, _H??, ,, ... 11. Kflrt. mmmmmm KTHU>*s OJLP.nilC, fwiainijr-ltiuu Ofkea?Lccebaia HOW.II. _____ t'CH KhV THEATRE. ltOHri1/?Tiit Sa oh or Kka.<, k ? P.urtvv8 NKW THE VTrk, Mr ?Jwkj-, ojmxwit.. honil ft. ?h?ai . ? m TMHf?-MiWM'? Rival. WAl l- M*K"8 THEATRE, Brmwlwoj-?ksionrs or tub h;h?i t r k-Sa??(i? a?ip Utu>lli. i.AURA TTTXm theatre, Broulw*y-tmk momkt Oixumc-Tss Kuu. HARM M S AMERICAN MUSEUM, Rrr?Jwr*?? Vftfim.vm Mnrrncii with A T?u?r?f?? lHO IT C>? Kv<h?iH({? hru v *r? u? Rom i>hw. HKO i'hrirtt and WOOD'S MTNKTRKIA. ah llmadW-A)* l'KAFOI.HA.Tt w??A HrIO. BU< kvI.KVfi PKRKNAPKKS. 8RT. I?n>?dw?> ?KthiotiaS JSfcn l:S<r.U*??? UlCTVHfc OaiXCHT, ux ikkwh h \li.. 472 Br *dw?r?Nhoro Mjn.onras, ACDt? ? ? Aaahasa?M* UriiM s Mistrusts. Itcw York, Sunday, April M6, 1M57. Thr IriH, The opposition to the new Metropolitan Police Mil is assuming new features. Judge Daviee heard yesterday the arguments of counsel pro and con as to such a modification of the temporary injunction as would confine its force solely to the city of New York, leaving the Commissioners, if they oho*, and if no lcf>al prohibitory steps were taken, to pat the act in operation in the counties of Kings, Westchester and Richmond. The injunction was modified in that idea and to that extent The decision as to whether the inunction wnl be dissolved or made perpetual is to be rendered by Judge Dairies on Monday or Tuesday. In the meantime other proceedings were taken before Judge Roosevelt, based on a writ of iiUi> irnrrmnto, by the Attorney (ieneral of the Rate, in which the people sre the complainants and Marer Wood the relator, and an absolute injunction was panted, restraining the Commuwionera from taking any step whatever in the performance of the dutieb t.r Police CommbMoners. The new Board of Polio* Comtnimnotiers were to have met at 3 P. M. yesterday, io the chamber of the Court of Sessions. Simeon Draper, the President of the Board, was pieeeut at the exact hoar, and not finding any of the other Commiadoners prtocbl. adjourned the Board rinr die. A teniMe disaster happened yesterday. The boiler of the propeller Fanny Garner, Captain Bird, exploded when near Weston, on the Delaware and Kan tan canal, killing instantly Capt. Bird and Janm McMann, Michael Nugent. Patrick Comfort and John TbomhllJ, dock hinds. A M. Black, a pwereger, of Pdnoeton; Jamee V. Barrett, the engineer, and W. M. McKlveiy, fireman, were injured past recovery. The pilot and steward alone escaped with but trifling hurt. The boat was torn into fragments. The value of the vessel and cargo 1 was estimated at $160,000. Hon Joshua A. Spencer died at Ctloe yesterday , morning. Two of the burglars who broke into the bonded warehouse at Jersey City asm* weeks ago, and stole $3,0G0 worth of silk goods therefrom, managed to make their escape from the jail in Jersey City last uigfat. and have not since been arrested. The rascals knocked down the keepers and escaped in their shirt sleeves, leaving their coats and hats behind them. The police in this city were netifisd of the occnrreoiv last evening, and arc busily ong cged in hunting op the fugitives. Judge Moms of the Kings Coonty Court of Sessions. charged the jury in the case of the People again-1 Kir hard Lewis for rape, y ester day luorning ocenpy Ing about two boors in delivery. The jury retired shoot 12 o'clock, nooo. and at u o'clock P. M. tbry bad not yet agreed upon s verdict. It was understood then that they stood nine for conviction and three for acquittal. The jury were subsequent ly locked up for the night* The Court will aasem We at V o'clock this morning to receive the verdict, provided the jury agree in the meantime. The April term of the Court of Geueral Sewdons > rioaed ye*'* Jay. A number of sentences were panned by the He-order upon culprits, none, bow ever, of any pecial interest. Our atvkly compilation of religious inW-lllgeo*. ' ^..l.iUKa^ i la nnntotal) v full nnrf intrrsslin An account of the outrage* committed on Christians in Turie j, and the protect of the Dutch Roman Cathoik Hwhopa against the dogma of the Immamlatr uDcepuon, dew nre attention. The mahogany yard of J. A. W. Durycc, on Colombia ee?t, Brooklyn, wan deatroyed by fire yesterday morning, in vol ring a lorn of between eight and ten thou<?im1 dollar*- The flame* communicated with the lumber yard of Kbepard A Houghton, destroying property to the amount of ttx thouaand doll art. Sercral Ahttrge adjoining ware somewhat damaged. The City Inapector reports 3:?3 deaths daring the rati week?a decrease of four aa compared with the return of the week prerljoa. The City Inapector and hi* deputies are busily at work examining certain lor ah tie*, with the rlew to the Improrement of the sanitary condition of the city by a thorough purification, is anticipation of the approaching wbam The following figures exhibit the number of deathi during the paat two weeks among aduita aad children, distinguishing the arias:? #1. H-m*. GirO T<4l *.?* ajci! i? M ?T U* l lo ;r.?7 wem eiMimt Ayrii m >* 71 us ijo .ms Among the principal causes of death were the tUlowvug H'sl mA>n/) H'nk rrtti 10 Aj~411*. Ap~U St. Owaaiuir tl 40 stiviasv ( i.f.uii'. ) UK a.; ' nflsmmawst >4 the lungs 71 C7 srartot fritu 36 M Niwtn. ... ..x, t 2 ttsra mos tinfWnn>> .... SI 27 IVo|r| (la lbs tacv! 10 17 7 0 Crvmp.. U II There w?ce also 7 deaths of apoplexy. 1? of broneh it is. ( of congestion of the long*. 6 of dlsmara of the heart. 7 of inflammation of the boweia. 6 of la fiammaUon of the brain, t of eryuipelaa, 3 premature births, 20 rthlbon, aod 1 from rioleet emm The following la a rlaasificatioa of the disrate* and the total number of deaths in each clam of diaease during the past two weeks:? Apr?H AprHJb Ursva, jOiol.- he.. a a drain *w*l Mm* to is '.. wfnytr "Tgana 7 7 li> art and Mood rests la H 13 1 uiwv Uiciati, tr lOCI l.<2 -rnistrt. and jSTITialorr births ?S XI -s ..... 4 '4 Kj, Kt nai tmpiiv* f'vw* ... S4 t>l t??*?rtr wl o?l>^ <)i*>vtivf< nf(?v M M I w rUUto rutf Wld pwl ^" 34 31 ? ~ ' fuwry ' < ** * T,.u m Ihr of tooth*. comf.wrtl with Um corn* tondio* ?r?kiI is 1H&6 oni 1?A?, wm M follow*: * ... .to t Atrkl 'J. IV4 3A, ! .'# ?T* M ?l*7 *8 n* oobfiij ut>> (ttn 2*4 mUtm of Um Unltod 41 Of Intoad. 23 of i.tMT, 10 of KfWOOO, ?j.d iter Uloaoo of nhav ftorolffi rmatrio* !>* * ?'* "W?*. V"4rrdif fmhrar?4 *7wut .1.000 'W ' (*?*< to/tf pnruoo Of Ihn ?*? ??rr, ?toM W Urr )>* ? h^l upna nu<i 1*1* ?ptM lo * hh"U% 1*V >4r Ktou, ?M ^p,in OC ?' ??? Tl?- ' trvim ulvanowl frnM fcr , l<r p. >.arrrl.a?<1 mMjun, ?oi . ur? mvl.? fm* tor U< v> 'I Wt.. ?t r? flrm iw>4 p n? to cirto* ?? ~ fur miUinc <<>r? ?M hurhrr ? i. *r rf W-4,fi> m.??4 M Tic t TV to Htor* n and del. .h <1, and at lite .low HOr was a4.od Snitti-rn yellow HI.: hold al T^l^c. f*W*. was duil, and fk? .M a( ft* for not mttta. btVTtra continued form nn<t ii. d ua.tad. with a four amount 01 eaten, t'ulfoe tt a-. l>r:n. ? Ui fair naliw al lirm prtre*. Itie mIi> of pn-eti l>-v. u*.-. will idniilod The quality was. ?p>od The Irddi.-v it apiritod, aril full pr-civ. ?-re oMaux-d No bUrki eere offered. > > t^tils tiTr dull, and whip pi-re a-vi.-.l an auipi.wnerh were w.tiiityc Uie receipt of private l?Uer> die liy lh< Ante'lco. K^*,a;em(-oU were lqchl w.d qn in a, were nominal Tl?r Mrtiii|iolltan l*t?Ut-e \rt anllllnd?T'uNet-ret of the t It) 1UII*. The injunction obtained at the of I Mayor Wood against the new Police Commission- t or* was amended yestcuUy by Judge Davies ho < a* to exclude from it* op-ration the counties of t Kings, Westchester and Hichmond, leaving the ( county of New York alone subject to it* influence. | On till- preliminary question and upon the ( amended injunction Judge Davie* is exported to ( render a judgment to-morrow. Meanwhile, after t the injunetiou had Ik en argued and amended, an I application was made by the Attorney General of t the Ftate, Mr. Gushing, in coujunction with counsel engaged, for a writ of quo tnrrnm/o. which was c granted directly by Judge Koosevelt. This writ, i l>eing p- rcmptory, may be said to settle the ca-o t for tin- present; and the new Police Commission- s ers are therefore at frill liberty to engage in j other and more legitimate pursuits. f Tbe orgaas of the' republican party in this * State have done their best to discredit tbe theory q that the late ciiy acts were passed with the view I to help their party, and with no other view. 1 Cut they will need a good deal of argument and ? n good deal of rhetoric to get over the dis- f closure- made by the special committee of the c Board of Aldermen on Thursday night. That f committee having disburdened itself of its mis- f hion to Mr. Pomeroy of the Legislature, a leader t of the republican party, rcj?orts that said Mr. ? Pomcroy candidly confessnd that ''the party," I having failed at the Presidential election, and r being therefore at a Irs? for suitable reward* to H liestow on worthy servants like Gen. Nye and Sim. I>raj>er. bad been induced to turn its atten- t tion to the city of New York, and to sock conso- f lation for jmsi mishaps in the arms of the muni- ( eipal treasury. That the party hart not been dis- 8 appointed in the prospect; they had the power, there was the money, fifteen to twenty million.* , 1 annually, mure or lr?; and hence, Maid Mr. < Poroeroy to the committee ?' gentlemen, my ( opinion in that you had beat return whence you 1 rami' without low of time, and report the cane of ' the city aa Mettled." t Much may and probably wa? added by Mr < i ronuroy, while the candid fit was on him. No 1 doubt be made mention with fitting sorrow of the ( ! failure of the republican scheme of plunder at 1 Washington. and curbed the folly by which Mat- c : teson and Simon ton palled the Houae down about 1 1 their own cars. Hat ing been driven from the fe- 1 | dcral, the r< publican financiers took refuge in the * | State capital; and very likely Mr. Pomeroy may v have entertained his viaitcrs with some remarks ^ on the debate which once divided tho loaders of ? the party on the famous question should they ,* 11 tkemeelvm to the railroad*. or lay hands on ^ the city? It does honor to their judgment that n 1 they guvr the preference to the latter method of raising the wind; though the method employed B does very little credit to their common sense and j tact. i It will need some arguni-nt to eon\ inco prs>- t pie, after this frank confession of Mr. Pomeroy, * one of the chiefs of the conspiracy, that the pre- t cine ami H?le object of the city law s was not to c provide ftind* for the rrpuldican party. It will f l mssl some management on the part of our co- 11 temporary thp Tr\ti.nt, for instance, to convince people Dial it and its friends hare not deliberate- j ly attempted to sacrifice the city and its highest ^ J iukrub to th< -ggrundir-enicat of the political '* party to which they belong. It will involve Nome u kill to mystify the facts so thoroughly that this ^ will not h ah out K For ?>ur part we no matter of cur- i ^ prise in tlie confea-Um of this chief of the con- c' ?-pimtorK Political knavery ia now mo public ^ a trade that evt ry oneunder-tamL-amlcvpect-. it; u ! ami we st nothing improbable either in the story of Mr. rommj's Inter* icw with the committee, r op iu the ><uni retraction which that gentleman thought it b??t to make, itl n xubwopient period n in the Lcgialature. A certain clan* of |M>liticit4Hi' , - half rogue half rrtdol have or pretend to I have wi intense a devotion to the principle of i their party, and *o furious n horror of the princi- I pies of it* opponent*, that they conceive it* victory may be honorably purchased at any cod of troth or right. Many of the supporter* of the I New York city bill* no doubt acted on thi* *y*U m. Ttay were no well mieficd that without the predominance of the republican parly the Union would infallibly go to piece* that tbey were ready to act more dishonestly than anything could have | led tb<m to do for themselves. in ord'f to secure that pn dominance. And now, when- an- they landed ! The ridieu: lou* di?franrhi*irg and centralizing act* which ! tbey paeeid in order to arcure power, patronage I and plenty of money for their party, nrr being \ practically nullified. In a abort while there will he nothing left of them. The City Charter. City Hall, and Central Park hill* are being inquired into, ami will, in due courae. h* nullitied l?y the action of the present Council That duty will be performed for tbc Excise law by the people aud the hotel keeper* ; and for the I'olicc law by the Mayor ami rounici|?al uutb<?rilie*. IVrtinp* not one of iheae law* will go Into rftft, and the only practical consequence of the otwtinacy and perverwnes* of the republican leader* will be to ex potw their corrupt and unprincipled nature. Tmr Arrxwn* to Rkoxsomm: Mil Sciikij. Our render* are already aware that a severe out- V wide pressure h:w> been nuulr upon the new Col- 11 by * clique headed 1 #y the Surveyor, n Hart, tli* Naty Agent, Sander*. Mr. 8irkl?a, the last fltoM prnvmage evidently thinking that hi ha* a *ort of pntriarrhal mifaion to superio\ tend the federal official*, and the democratic par tj generally in thie State. We incline to the belief that thi* amiable trio Hart, Sickle* ami Sander* will not eucc^-d. TV game which they are attempting, both here and at Washington. i* the same that a a* played upon Mr. Pro neon four year* ago. but tV enemies of Mr. Hcholl will And that the President ie made of dtff'Ti-nt stuff than poor pliable Pierce. Mr. Buchanan think*, and with reason, that Mr. He hell is one of hie beat appointment*. The new Collector i* already very popular with the merchant* hie good nam* endear* him to the general pnblic?while the mass** of the democratic party admire him for hie bold, manly and consistent political < oarw. A* to the political and personal repute of the party hark* who arc working again*! Mm. it I* unnecessary for a* to my a word. Their poaitioo ie perfectly under atood both at New York and Washington. TV admloistrttfea which appointed Mr. SchcM a raw YORK HERALD, ST ? ?y tceived a* n??ch honor ns it conferred. In his t\M- the fara- of Bronion aud Pie-roe cannot be ich-d over a^ain. Ho Mensr*. Sanders, Hurt, dcliies and their emfriret may as well bang up heir fiddles, and pick up the crumlw that fall rom the federal table, remembering that even he wicktdcst ours will not bite the hand that eeda th.m. KmlKTHlWn houthw ariU ArkMiMW-jUiuilirr Ofejuwe foi Mr. of liror^r ?? Bwikrr. Mr. (leorgv Feabody, the eminent Ajncricnn MOkt-r, who* visit to this country has been th> tubjeei of frequent newspaper comment both in jonsequctce of the reception he has met with, ind the generosity he hue displayed in the eulownu nt of Hoverul adra'ruble institutions in rewni?1b reported, since the completion of his oar In the Southern and Western States, to have 'jrprmcd some opinions which, from such ? sHirce, aud rvlatieg as they do to subjects which ic perfiotly understands, are entitled to considerable attention This gentleman find6 the United States in a vondition of general prosperity of which bo hal ?o adequate conception ; but as a whole, he con ddcrs the Soalhorn States as oocupying the most olid and permanent position ot them ail. The jrvat staple of cotton makes tlie whole world orectr tributary to them. This is something vhich ut present they alone produce in such luaniitik* as adequately to supply the looms of (orcpe and our own country, and without jhio?) we may almost say the world would go inked. In the Northern States the industrial tumults of me?i are liable to great commercial hasges. The form and the character of manunctured articles, the course of trade, the demand or shipping, and the price of hoar, arc all maters of irrquent and dangerous fluctuation ; hut otton, under the impulse of an increasing den:in<i. and the eheaDness of its much in*.rv fnrmrui lovelties, is ft b?sia oa which it* producers may olidly and unfearingly repose. lu the new Wi stern States, the rapid advance >f the price of land, consequent upon tbo brrooUoa of new States and the comdetiou of new railways, is encouraging i spirit of speculation which again threatens the roburrasMnent of public and private credit, as it las before done in those parts of our country. Capital is bring withdrawn from its legitimate mployment to be laid out in '-corner lots" in japer cities, there to lie for future gains, under h oad of enormous debt, to secure the future p?yneots of the purchw* money; farmers only half :ultivate their land, merchants extend their pater in the Atlantic counting houses, under the xpectallon of greater profit* from their home Inreetments than their regular business. But the ottAC producers, though deprived ot the excitenent of inordinate speculation, teei that they run to risks in their own case but those of the seaous, which are alike to all. They see their i roalth steadily and largely increasing, though : bey have no corner lots ahead (of which a bale f cotton would literally buy acres); and though ley may lament the waut of spinning mills and sirt ntanufactwriss, they have that without which o mill* chu spin nor shirts be mwdtv This, then, is the impression made on the iiiiul* of those strangers who cast a rapid glance ,t the relative responsibility and wealth of the arious States. And we of the North must admit hat this view of the subject is an exceedingly incresting one. and explains very naturally why he Southern politicians, getting some vague idea if the facta, rant and rave at their commercial i wwer and importance, and threaten by a vohe- ' oeot rivalry to withdraw ail our foreign trade J vra our jiorl- to their own. lint with tin- admitted f a t that cotton is thus ing, there i> -'ill a very large breadth of cotton ind tot 11) ui) nltivat'd in 4b' I nited States; nd how to t iiu it to account is the puzzle of oathern stat< ei' n and eooooimsts. They have one ho far a* to propoao the revival of tb<- slave adr* in order to procure laborer", and have j ounWd the Union itself not worth po-servlng f they could but extend their cotton ti- IcLn to d vantage. For some time past there ha* been an evident nov ment in the New (England States in furor of mixtion to the southward on a large Kale, jul mounter companies have l*vn formed to cary out the Idea The Southern State# see in thin iothing but hii abolition plot a dark conspiracy o overthrow their dom? "tic institutions. "Not a at of it" The working people of New England ire actually atarving. They cannot 'arn enough 0 keep bodl"* mid houIh together. The rigor of In-ir climate d< inaodr large supplies of fuel in heir dwelling*- heavy and expensive clothing on heir Invoke, anil good w.lid i arl?onacei?u? food in beir Htoanacha. The climate alone in fickle nough to ruin the outdoor laboring poor. The Herniation bavir ' begun to pre** on each other, t if becoming a newmity of life an 1 death to migrate to placet where the e\p??u?t of bring ia mailer and the d? mand for iabrr in the nam?, rhe South off' rs in man) ri vts greater ad vanagra than even the Wewt Without a mifficient upjdy of money to carry tic "i along for tic drat ear or two in the new .Stat - !h? condition of I nor emigrant family i trnly leplorvb'- It ia a 1 arful ami h-art 1 m al.r J u a rainat 111 M-alth, with a want of m. ma want of sympathy, rant of n-ighborly h.udi w ?nt of every hing. And now. since the demon of "peculation has et up his red flag in the Went, arid is attracting >un haw-re of land*. not for improvement. but or a riae. the emigrant in moderatecirnini-taooea kill pooti be driven to fresh fleets and pimtiirep till newer, to greater di*Uore~ and to a rheaper Oil. Thin l? the time, then, for the South by a maacrly magnanimity, which will produce th> m a i<vndeome profit, to overlook all thia abolition lonnenpe, ai d encourage emigration to their vaant lamia. They hare no more violent friewla han Northern men with Southern principle", jtd the*} la-t are noon acquired resid. nee jid taipinetw tranem tiona at the South. No, it i? lot abolition which ip making tha ptir; it 1p food ind rheap living which lie at tin bottom of th-pe nov merit*. and thepn are a bond given to fpte or the good bfhnvlor of their new allint Nor nii"t Virginia and the Carolina* hold buck any on get. for we perceive they have a mmpetitor n the field. The leading journal* of New Orean* are beginning to durum the capabilitiiw. dimate, prodnctionp and importance of the State >f Arkansas. and are puhll-hing glowing dorriptiuua of the home* which may be. found here. Thin Stole hae not been hitherto easily icceewWe from the East. except by deanending be Mmispippl far down in ooe direction, and hen aacendlng lie tributaries, the Red River, trkanaa* and Ouachita northerly and woPterly gain about the name distance. Thia clroumtance hae operated very injuriously to retard it" dvannnx nt. but in being overworn In a great Manure, aod will b? aore eo by the new rttt 7NLAT, APRIL 26, 1857. roads now penetrating the State from the eastward and southward, and giving direct routes of travel, and nearer markets than before. Aikusas a' the last causa* bad 162,000 white population aiai 47,000 slaves. It had 781,000 acres of improved land and 1,816,000 of unimproved. The value of the Unproved farma 1b estimated at fifteen millions of dotlara. lie products are singularly various. It raises wheat of the finest quality, and when made into flour it is not surpassed by any in the United States. It also produces corn, rioe, tobacco of the best description, bops, potatoes, butter, maple sugar, vegetables of every kind, and more horses than Michigan, Iowa, and Wisconsin put together, or than most r>1 th.? Ni>w Knot anil KLAtna It la also a sheep grazing country, being the ninth in rauk in this respect in the whole Union. The climate of the interior is Uke that of Charicbton, without

being rendered unhealthy by the introduction of epidemics. The finest counties in the State are Hempstead, Lafayette, Sevier, Pike, Clark, Polk and Montgomery, all acoeKible by steamboat and the new railways. Lands are here subject to entry to actual settlers, at prices varying from twelve and a half cents to one dollar and fifty cents per acre. Manufacturing establishment, have been erected on toe Little Missouri riven planing mills, saw mills, wool carding and floor mills, which last turn ont a superior article ot hour. In Hempstead county there arc numerous churches, excellent male and female seminaries, and a polished state ot society. II will be soon as easy to go by railroad tc Arkansas as to Kansas, and as cheaply. We perceive that some of the leading men o! the State have called the attention of the public to these facts, and are anxious to have a share ol emigration directed towards Arkansas. From the accounts they have given?and they come from such persons as the well known and highlj esteemed General Uoystoo?we are inclined to think that oar Northern emigration companies would do a public service by paying some attention to Arkansas as well as Virginia. Its land* are newer, fixator, more fertile and cheaper, it* products more varied and valuable, and its climate more equable and as healthy. It has monotain ranges liko Virginia, and much larger rivers navigable tor afar greater distance. What il wants is an influx of industrious white emigrant* to intnse into it the life and spirit which St Louis has given to the State of Missouri. We recommend Mr. Thayer therefore to enlarge hi* programme, and secure for himsoil some of the i beautiful cotton and wheat lands of Arkansas. j for cotton must yel be lung. | Mkthopoijtax Affairs lvthi: Legislator**.? The State Legislature, which recently closed its ; titlinga, Hccmcd determined to distinguish the j temioo just expired by the number, variety, alt ! surdity, unconstitutionality aud unpopularity ol its acta or legislation in reference to the good city of New York. We published. Home days ago, the new Metropolitan Police bill, the new Excise bill, and tbe bill in reference to the Centrnl Park. Tbe prerisioos of tb? two Ant muet be now pretty familiar to all our citiaeos, from the strong opposition w bach one of them it meeting from tbe municipal authorities and from th? general disfavor with which both are regarded by the moat sensible aud practical people. We pub liah to-day another batch of bills, also applying to the city?in relation one to awivsments, oat to the new City Hall, one to Quarantine regulations, and one to aflhin? generally in the port ami harbor. Tbe Ame*-meot bill undertakes to reorganize that department of the city government which relafc-s to assessing the value of real and pertonal estate, it abolishes the office of Ward Aslessors and the Bureau of As^sonrat in the Street Commissioner's office, fixes the termination of office of the thn-c Tax Commissioners now in power, for the first Monday in July, 1k'i9, givt* tbe future appointment of commissioners? salary >.V?00 each to tbe Board of Supervisors, provides for the appointment of twelve deputies by the Tax Commi*>iooerH? aalary to be designated by the Supervisors--and prescribes generally ?h-' duties surd powers of the Commissioner*. The bill for the erection of the new City Hall appoints Kichard M. Blatcbford, Gu-tmus A. CoooTtr. Robert Knnuet. Edwin D. Morgan and Henry Erison commissioners vacancies to Iw filled by the Common Council. Their duty is tc direct and superintend tbe erection of a nea City Hall on that portion of the 1'ark lying in the rear of the present City llnJl. They are tu decide cm the plane mid specification* make contract*. Ac. There In a proration, in very l?ul grammcr, utmut giving the United States authoritie* aococnntodaiiona for a Pt*d office and court*. The Mayor. Aldermen and Commonalty are authorised to raise two million* of dollar* by the creation nf a public stock. redeemable In 187/1, and bearing sis per cent interest. the (dock not to be sold at lew then par value. The twelfth section authorise* the Mayor and Aldermen to remove cororaMsjooer* for violation of the provisions of the act; ao that if the City Ilall CommiMuonera do not pull well in harness with the Common Council, the Mayor and Aldermen may remove th? m by resolution. What a pity there* wa* not a similar clause in the police bill t The Quarantine law is entitled "An act to provide for more effectually guarding against the spread of poatilential diseases." It merely contains Home provisions regulating the power* and dutie* of Board* of Health and Health Officers ? provision* which might have better emanated from the Common Council. The Port Nil Is entitled "An net to establish regulations for the port of New York." Its provisions are prohibitory of encumbering pier* and docks, casting cinders from steamboats into the hay or rivers, interference with buoy* and beacons. Ac. It repeal* the act to amend an act relating to the Harbor Master* of the port of New York, pwwod April 17, 1H5I. All fines and penalties recovered under the act are to be paid Into the treasury of the Ntate, and the Treasurer shall pay back to the Commissionera $10,000 annually, "to be divided equally betweoo them," if the tin * ana ponaiuee amount to mat num. It Dot, they arr ooly to a* modi ax recovered. None of tbeac acta exhibit evidence of a very lnrfce amount of knowledge on the part of the Lt-ginlature in reference to the natyecta on which they were legislating. But they are now lawn, and we court see what we can do with the to. Cormwr'? Inqstit. Trr* Hrauaa Pium at m ft? Ibevw flnm.? Onmnoe (otwrj held aa taq'i?at yr-trMay at the Hi. fVnie Hotel, In Rrosdway, ?umn U?e body of John M WlnUrmore, who wsh found dead in hi* room, m wa* reported in ywter day's H?a lb. dr Uarrleh mwlc a po,t mortem rumiM Una of the body, and found the brain and lun*s highly roejt'?ded Th* phy?trt*n err H a* hi* opinion that d'wlh wa* canned hy "apoplr*y of the tuny* " The deo*t**d wa* a native of New York, and wa* 91 yrsnI of a*e The rul* OS d*r?a**d'? thee, rehwrad to In oar edition of Hour day, w?r* so dost* produced hyfCail.iur npns Um Sow whsa be wae ?ashed with the (Mai etseeea THE LATEST NEWS. tCiplontai or the Boiler of the Strom Propeller Poonjr (torarr?Low of Lifts At., Af. fioeifRMi e, N. J., April S, lUftT. ^ The HU-aoa propeller Kauriy Garner, Onpt. Htril, belong ^ Ing to Jacob shurtt, of Bound Brook, exploded her boiler ;i i tills DKHTUIIJ dlxMit luo/'|??t t*0. Oil tile lie la Wire *nd ^ KaritRn Omul, new Wwton, and hI?ouI ti\ ? tiiilru from Una phire, killing the captain ,u>i! four of her ere*, i?a<I *erioudy injuring three other-, ami tot:illy destroying the ikrfUtf.lL r iltui lu.n<?. upltmlir hLtu.n intrt ai\ln.i>i-u itlMtVA the water. The boiler ww earned forward roue two hundred > trds over a h;il tut) feet high, through an orchard, and was nearly buried in the ground. Fragment* of timber, iron, coal, barrel* of eggs, and e\ ery description of produce were wvittered from tw o to live hundred yard* around. A part of ber connecting jspe and a stick of w ood w tut W. found in the wood* over bve hundred yariU olf. A dwell lug bouse on the canal, and within fifty yards of the expktnton, e.-cat>ed with only broken windows, from the fact v ' , thai the force ofthe exptoslou carried everything over it. The report was distinctly heard it thU place. d; ' Hie boiler wan new and had been in use only four w' week*, home U tiio bodies were horribly mangled?one r0J ; was found In the bottom of the canal, and the head in a tlj: meadow opoosile. Another li.vd hl> head entirely I down lri off. lite Iom of boat and cargo is (*timaled at about one w I ' hundred itpd Ofly thousand dollars. gu The folio wing were killed iu*lantly:?Uorryell Writ, u > Captain; Jauies MrMauu, Michaoi Nugent, Patrick Com he I fort and John ThocnhiU, deck hand*. 1o< The injured are A. M. i'bvck, a pa.-wiongor from near A1 Princetown, on visit to liis eon in law In llound Ftrook; a* Jacnee K. IhrreU, engineer, and W. M. Mul Jvcry, hreman? en all seriously. dij ? The pilot, (leorge K. Mitchell, was thrown out of his on ; pilot bouse window, and Andrew J. McCarty, steward, out w of hi* berth on the forw ard deck. These were the only 'h person* ou board that escaped wHhoul serious injury. th toi f Additional front Europe. ^ ^ Uouro*, April '?>, 1867. r(. The royal mall steamship America arrived hen* at It).,TO ^ this morning, and her mails wiil be despatched in the W( I afternoon train, due in New York shortly after midnight ,)a > A tetter in the Huivjran Timet of the 11th hot., from a w f lieutenant of the (toast (luord, at Carltngford, Ireland, stab s licit on the 'Jd in-1, a parcel containing about one * hundred and hfl) delivery notes of cotton was picked up of 1^1 Uio peara hi urw<nun>. i ney nre oitieu iu new ur- ^ leans, each nole specifying in writing :? certain number of p, I bales, with the DiuniM of the exporters printis! tliereon, ct: ! buch as " Bell it Boyd," " C. N. Pasteur 4 Bro " T. C. jb Sz.vmanki's Press," 4c. The latent date of anyofthoio n notes is the Olh of December, 1860. It U supposed lluu :ui n, American ship hae been on her bomew ard voyage ou u , Una coital. in ^ Hie Hmnedy by the Km|>ecor of Auetria on visiting Hun- p, } gnry will be very complete, oud vaill exclude only hoe- ^ suth. u,. There has been a moderate btt,lu<?< doing in American Hi ' securities in london. Shares of the Atlantic Telegraph b< I Company's stock were more inquired ufiir, owing to the w ( aid received front the two government*, Vmtvtl ftUtb g fr slxen of '07 and 'C8, 106 klo? ; Illinois Central sevens ib ' tlrst mortgage, of '7.*, 80 a 91; do. nines, 86 a 88, do. so- w vens, freeland, of '60,106 a 106 ; Michigan Central eights p, of 08, 01 a PS ; New York Central sixes of '8S, 82 a 84; \g da sevens of 'W, 03 a 01; do. seven*, third mortgage, of p, I '83, 84,S a 8f?S; do. sevens, of '02, 78 a 80; do. sinking p, Bind, of '78, 84 h 86 ; Pennsylvania Oentr.U sites of '80. t.u ! 88 a 90 ; Panama sevens of '03, 03. ju nterrstlngf from WMhlngtom TIT>: rTAH UOVKKNORHHtr?THK MEXICAN AND CALI- T< POKNIA MAIL COETRACT9, ETC. ?f I WASOUN.TUN, April 26,18.*,T. 00 The I'num new spaper hat just ascertained that the Utah I* Governorship lias been tendered to IVcj. McCuliougli?a ^ I ant w hich 1 stated three weeks ago. He declined it then, n and informed the adipioi?tr*Uon that be would not take the ^ position, and they gave him the Marshaliddp of Tecas. Tiat the adrmni-tralion have written h.m another letter, V i asking turn to reconsider the matter, is doubUi-ss true; but , his friends brre aay he will not accept. th The Pctmaster General has just completed a contract *h with C. K Gammon fur carrying the mail between New ? Orleans and Vera Cruz, the contract with the previous ^ ' contractor?Mr. Carutick?hating hern anuulied, owing n> ^ repeated CaUurrH. n< | The contract with the Panama Koilroml Company fur I* carr) in* the mail.* for Ooe hiud.-ni tWuunil il^iiart per rr annum a at to <b?> - .gned .v?d delivered. P* ?? rr raw r. hmck ?i mkimtcw oj THK M.W TOKX 4>l? MI.W KM<1LA>D MAIL CONTRACTS ftl WaattiMrroK, April 1H67. ^ flr>t.!r.irU f >r about fifteen hundred m.ul roulct, priuol ^ pail) in Ni-w Kngland nnd New York, were lot out to day lr b) tin* I "ottB' aatcr lleiieral, The contract* are aomowhal morr eipensive than the preceding oaoa ^ The 1'ortmv.trr GeorrAl has alto iruole a temporary con tract with U K Garrison lor A aecni tnutilhiy Bail arririra Now Or Iran i nod Vrra fVui. ^ Tin Prnniylt anla Cnbrmatorlal MnrtUon. >n TKOLMUt A MONO THK DV.SOCK ATl??OOV. UKAJiT It THM IS I IlAMLCwnn:, April 25, IHoT. M A nra political cotnbiitali >d liar ju-t bi-un developed. dv Thr disappointed democracy .and the Mraiffhtout Amortrant are uniting on Gov. Geary. A ronwiiUw lias called wl I upon Geary and lie h.v. agroial to accept thi-lr nomination ,al Great CAdvenntit |*revail? amount the imlibctan* The 1,1 \\ llmot and IVifiC m. u aro inking in tin ir boute- "l particular* ?ill be known in a few days. >u , tnrrtary Manlnn't Kannua Plalfbrm. |u if -ktmimi, K T , April Jf>, IH.,7 w( S-<r? t.w> Stuilno h.ra published an toklreaa to thr pro- ^ 1 p> of Kan An In thr l<erntupt?ei f'nvm ||, a s lb" ad? m i..-lrHli ? l.v rerogVred thr authority of the Territo . rial I re, and the v.< ,.l.'y of lie Territorial lawn, )4 I and liar eepi rtally reeognired thr act providing for a run p,. rtltctii nai cpnvei.'' n lie pre ime* i!.;u thai r.*iveiition all! aubmlt the t It*! t|un*.liou Of ih I >m-he in-lit itiom ' of thr fiat< for the *ub r?|iu nl vet* of Ibr peojde, anil > thinlu Hum Cofijtreae a til then admit Un- Territory imnto diately Into the I nion ar a Nab-. II.- reroaunead* i go w arral amne?4y for [?vt oflenees and prosecution*, ^ pp. u lh<> prr^f W r of (lor rr nor Walkrp ah* rut tbo middle JJJ, 1 INaaatera Ml tea* Af | BAl'J KLI7A LN I>l.sriU.s(P?1.UMM or THK VOI.AWT. of Norxaa, April ??, It.; toi Tb* bark lllixa, from Cuba, with hiurar and mokiaww, ye bound to* New York, ba,? put In h-*rr, Irakiog ba-liy. Ho Volant, from Nrw "a t.H.?J lose on Uir Kid Ml em ahore of ?lar> Land,' U?h f lO.OfOU* m rrhantt of Nor- idr folk and North f arolinn. an. p AM All H TO RAM M \HTfl A ASVA ? t MtMiR slttr 171 [MLt wini KM or arAR-t. 1 Ikoaipaicn, A|iril 35, 1A57. ,)u "nil- bark Martha Anna, Wi^err, ?i*torn ilaya from Car Ju dinar for TVe-lon, waa rpoki n off Point Judith on Krld.iy (* . moining. Rvl rvpirMmid n-rj arvore wnaUirr on Ui?< frr. I*aM?iee. lo t main And monkey r.uli, and eibtUlnrsI nthar , damnffre. Ke A large ?hip l**uiul w-?t, with l*wa of all her apart ait ai *rrlhf lo. mart-, war aeen off la. l lUmptiMi, Uing ?, Hand, on the IMUi la^t, and war ipt??^<d to b? a I Aver ?? pool packet. thi Ptiiuerr Trip Orer the Partffe Railroad. i*r forrt. April SS, IAh7 " Tlwrr waa a pl'a.uro trip orer the Paritio Katlrtrnd yne trrday In honor of lllward Krrrrtt. lie rrpeaAn bia or* ^ lion on Wasbiogion hern In night i? .... , , -1.1 The Canadian llntnanl Honed. ran IhamA.sp, April 3&, IH6I. Tbr rlr*T?er Canadian Mailed from here at three o'rlorlt I tl<?< t?Orti(?n IJy^rponl i ? nu Th? Amrrim'i Ntno* at Nrw Orli ani. N*w Ovjjto*. April aft. I MAT. ^ IV AtnTlen'li nrwo WM fccdrttl by Ihn N.iUon U line, ntk nrvl puhU'hrd eirlwlroly, )rr?t'-riay, la UwaArraooa <>4t- I*1 lion of Uw ttworimtod prt?w. ^ The New lnrk and BlnfliMnton Railroad. hJ f>?ww?o. April ?, 1467. brt Mr (ioorip* IVnbody, oi Iondon, uvl srrrrnl promniMnl r, r TAwtoti i.Urnv n, nro miliw city l? In/ It U rumorml thai tfcrir vW> li iwrW mill Mi* ootnptoiioo of tho Now uHj York tn<) ltln|thnn?k>a KiuLpa't toOw'nro, Lb wtucb Uu> "r1 ftjrnu'r r nUrnwn ut Mkl to bo Urr-K tnkriokd. ^ '? ?" mil KiporU of Cotton. mi W Mmm*. April V,. l?t. T4,o rtport* of notion fVom Now Ortoait" oa ftotardny, ^ Uin lHth In*., worn 14 .MM) talon- ? nul IMnrhrt*. *? rniLANLraiA wrocw w>ai?. rmLAMUWM, April *, 1MT Work* Hmrfy ; PonnoyHmnM ??!-* ^ M . Horrid Ckanl, Ift* . Lmg WnaA KtoLro*, k?7?. IrtwrMiMo*.* m Sesww ami Imt HmIm. Hi. Loom, April ?>, law. [>jf stutia Kb olmI arnrod at udeptmuiink* oa tti? tUX 1 * Rir Indian doprBdatiom ooatumrd Now HU>?ico, aW ' iriMTB prc|ntr*UooH w?ro totng nvuio for a ui.iauga I un.,1 Uib Aiwrbdt, to common about U- U of U** * ftcultW with I1h? t'tnlu were apprBht udtnl, but fee ' t* Vi f* prt * Uinnvxtlvtw frtmily. rtiB wiatiier ?w ijinutudly warm, auJ U.b Uriuem to biutj i>iauUug. UumImm w Uul (V nUi of Hon. Joofcuw \. ttpMMi. * Unoa, April 'Jb, IW. rhf H. u. JoHhtui A. Hixncer, a rf*y Mnlaaot lawyw * .. at), dW Uu.i uiainHv, aft.* a brirf lltni>w. Tli? ApprowUii Court ILL IT DKbTKOY THH HAjtl'Hl ? iMTtnuttftTNO 00th TORY OK OOMHTH. A.- tti? eighteenth J i/ of June U> rapidly approach^, icu we art1 told by the Kr?och and Merman >.<ironoixa it a comet w ill come In contact with the earth, and (Mksr -place it from Its orbit or consume it with Are, we barn ..vied from Mich works on astronomy as vre wtthia mm ,rh the following obM-rcaUonj ujjou comets, which M is time, when two comets are risible, may not be uahtrenting to our readers. Tie wou.lerful character**? ilrh mark.-, the flight of com "to through apace?Uudr * Jar r>rm and territic appearance?rendered these bo has, the early agcn, objects of terror and dread Supecdl,u regarded these wandering Uery world,-, with awe, and :>kdS A*'0 them a* omeiia of war, pclileuce and famine. I the great and calamitous ?vents of nations www cnted to Uteir appearance; but at the present wUighfl. ,ed |>eriod, the atHwaraacv. ofa comet la no more a prei?y, ami has no more influence upoa the fate of mew ?r Lon.., than Hie a|>pearance of the moon. Ab far an ?h rvntioo lias gone they are subject to the. name laws m ? planets revolving about the bun's orbit or path, wiA m diftcrt-oce, that their orbits are tnore eccentric, or <MFr much more from circles than tied of the planets; Mi, us, while they approach much nearer to the run, Acf rede coi rt'-poudingiy further from It. Tie follow ing are air?oug the moat remarkable of wMah e have any accountAt the time of the birth of Mi Arables, ICO years before Qirisi, w? have an account ?f a met w lrose magnitude must have been far beyond m*ing hulnequeiitl) aeon, as Its splendor is <u.d to haw rpa-aed that of the sun. In the years 248, 324 and M the ClirUtinu era, remarkable comets are recorded In ive appeared; and in the year 1006 one Is described an crenUDg a frightful aspect, exhibiting an enornnwi irvcd tall, In the form of a scythe. The appear auoe ?f it? comet of 1400 spread oonaternalron throughout Kuropa. io same comet returned again in 1M1 and 1607; aud II la corded that, in 16?0, a wonderful comet appeared, hicb, by iU splendor and sw iftness, excited the doepwA terest throughout the wcrhl. New ton examined this ra> arkable comet w ith great attention, and was led, by A* neral laws of the motion of bodies in free space, as wtM i by hi* own particular observation.-., to conclude that ie orbits of comets must, Lke those of the planets, ) ellipse*, hai ing the sun In one focus, but far more eeUVp.c, Mill having their aphelions, or greatest distaaca om the sun, far remote in the regions of space. The ld?a ius thrown out by New Ion, as also the observations upwa suets made by Tycho Itrahe, were taken up by Dr. BMy, collated the observations which had been naasU uchmg the appearance and aspect of comets from Ah sroitive nges down to his own Ume, anil found that, wiA it few exceptions, they had passed within less than A* rii.v uhoriesi distance from the sua. some of them urim. le*s ilL?n oar third ot it, anil other* about one half. Fit Limined ntth much cur# the oomet of 1682, and dleow>ri*d a y> onderlul resemblance between it and the conaetn lt&C, 1531 and 1007. The Ume of the appearanor of the met* had been at nearly regular intorvato, the averagn nod bcinfr between 76 and 76 year*.' Thetr dutauee frota ? sua * hen in perihelion varied hot tittle from each other. ie iachnnboai of thMr white to that of the earth torf at been hearty the fame?between 17 and II drgTWM; eir motion* hut all been retrograde, rutting then* toxher, Pr. Hnllry came to the enact u*l<>n that the co<acto 1406.1631,1607 and 1C82 were re appearance* of one and e name comet. The variation In the Ume of if rente >n around the Ran having been aomcthlng like Mmi oath*, w an acoouatrd for by him upon the suppoutttM at the form of tie orbit had been altered by the attream of the remote planet*, Jupiter and Saturn, and panmd >ar them; and be thereupon predicted that ltd a ret ap araaoe would be In the year 1767 or 1766; and it* acta* .appearance In the beginning of 1761, according to Mi -nlirtioe, eetabhdhftd the fact decisively, that (hoy www gutar and permanent t>odi**, Obey uag the general town mstler The only ddllcuity which remained in arrivt^ a greater deer re of accuracy in calculaUng the r Ml comet* wan 00 account of the disturbance to uhfcb e> are evposcd from the other bodwa of the aoiar ay*, m. This wa? overcome, In a gxxi toenMre, ulrrihr -ath of I>r. liaiiey, by liu* calculations of D'.\ isnlxrt, icke and t.Tmrauit, in regard to the length of Ume U* oiH would be retarded by the attraction of JupMr ie LiU r iTutowof ,(Ontrauli,) rend be- lu\ e*Uipvli >Qj npato ,s jvant to the Academy of Scteoce to November, 1TM; id in HU1>' mere Uian a month afterward* Halle/'* nrmri ado it* appearance. and X reached it* perihelion on the th March, 1766?b.?*ng thirty day/ earlier Ihui ho had Imbued. subsequent cairutohotit enabled him to reice tlie error to nineteen day*. The perlheliM pa-wag* the name comet oo it* return ui lllw, wa* predloM Hun nine daya <M IU actual occurrence?* mint a*iotob 5 appn>vlm?lsoo to truth, when it I* remembered al thi* body, fer a* II penetrate* Into space, never, *vw? Ui<> rrmob it |*>l'?l of IIm orbil, mmm from thn wiMM# lluenrc of the pl.wrt Jupiter. IHldo* u*e conx t of l?M?, of which there ham beta 0 m-iUk otloaled return.-*, there nr.. revrrsJ oUbim ?f ucli honv-UuAK tike a return may H? trac-d al hug la t al/. < tee of thm* pa**ed tt* perihelion si Inri. oq Ihr mornm# of 6U1 nf July, 1'JW, aud again to little past t o'rioek on the r?"?mj of iho Hist of Afar*, M 1hu* ll* pxioit I* about iSMyear*. Another aywH in 1S62, nod agate tn 1061, having Urn* a period ft out I'Jt roars. The return of UiU comet havw on in 1TV6 In that yoar three comet* made tr>?r arance, Nit m tUirr of th. cn rw, moled the oar of ML White the period* of rood of the noma* exammcd ara niparalivety short,Uw*n> of Pther* hern Nra ?Vird rttend to many Uioueani year* The grral coam W II remained n ihie for upward* of two month*, and n ridil.-rod one of the mort brULahl bt modem a AM. lor a careful tnveaUgaUoa M Anr"Under flxe* ported rrrohiUnn al ?r*W year*. The pert .lie buw of Use iw n of Uie comet of IWT *aa Bso.1 by Derate! al l>to an. A pome*, dcoominnled Kneke*? com*. appeared hi 1#, and ftKiko'* obrawraUoan upn* it enabled him la OC T/ It wHh the ooe described by Mm4*wr? MIoMm 1 Meeeirn In 17M. aim, wUh the comet <U*covw?d to Ki by Mi-* llerschel. and the one of I AO*. K?'ke Usl it* rvopp/ar sore ia 1S?2, and hi* pra**>u re reallaed by Ma bran* disoorered on the M ft ne ol ih:U > ear by Tbo* Itrodure, nnd it* return m need agate ia IfTdA ukI lirhl, and altrarted much aU. ottnn -m the aelronoanerH of llinl day Another rt.met wvi discovered by Boila on the TTto * brus'f, 1M, which revolvaa aronn I Ui? nun In abate ; mm and seven hath*, lu return in IM6 auraoaa* rural deal of altenuon. on aooounl of It* having been tean rrd by l*e*t Maury, of the Washington Observatory, it what had hilherte sfipeacrd a* a single body wan siali) ootnprassi of two (U-iiact and separate oomeu la lame year one of the comets whJoh i* now rid Me wan '.prausl to be Identic*! with the third comet of 1Mb, dew remd by BrnTM'O, and which U now the second irhfdh < made it* apprasranre Lbl* year M* return peribeltew -alrulaled to be on Uie Z*h June neit?and a* the toll I* now In Anrypw. and rerraUn* from the aan, tow ond (or Hrors4.n'~ nom'-t) U In IVmru*, and U nom ibie la the north western part of the heaven*, and mm riiirlna the whole of Mav til the ( omotH |J?-U hare heretofore luvn observed htft .do thidr prognoa through rery diilereot purl* of Ita ar )??*?, 34 have panaed wi'bin Urn orbit of Mi rauT. within liul nf Tnhm.M wtthin (hat of (lie Karth, W hin thai of Mat*, and the whntn Umt of Jn?e. Of a hundred corn eta, or Uiareahoota, mentioned by on do, about one bnif hnro inorod from waat lo ?m|, to kmdo dirocUoo as the planota, and lulf In lb? nppuaMs relino iKho>u(h Ihe ??mer?tiUnua far of comets, aa portending m to the Inhabitant) of tbo earth, ha* v-uihdind bee Um Hght of phUonophy, Ihere are atiU a Hwr naiuiug Wl?> entertain fear* of a nol Ibnon with asm* the cornela tlial might crow tho Martha path. A i nOan beea dradlnlad that that aad raJamJty would mainly lakn piure It wlU bo recoilartad that no luugm , than l?WU it ? a? predH-li-d that the mmet of that yoar iM rroaH tho Karth'a tree*, and groat bora were enter ird of a natU/ooa But there ta no arldonee that auuh a Noun err* did happen, otthor with Uto rarth or wMk r other planet, ami there ta no correct moan* nf *> aal unn tho piano of a emmet aa ta bo abta to any with nor,ty thiw uo a given day H will rraaa tho orbit of a plant* i motion of Die earth In IU orbit ta. in round number^ ro than a million and a half of mllon In a day. and a. CI* t, with aM hU caro, did not on me nearer tho truth than etron day* In regard to tho return of HaDey'a comet, and follower*, with all tho additional light they po ,r ii?n 1 dd not otano nearer than nine daya of it.* r? ?|>pe*j-amv< ho paint nearret the sun, on Ha let return, in IAS, v4 i and will Ml rrOnm again UU tho earth would in M M 4WW around h? out b* wHh>? nine day*