Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 8, 1857, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 8, 1857 Page 5
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UTERESTLW FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPA'S KAILS. THE DALLAS-CLARENDON TREATY. Views of JLord Clarendon on American Progress. THE CHINA WAR. Tk PuKitiau of the Si?!iiRii-Hexicnn Question, Ac., Ao., &C| tbi. European mails brcught by the Europa reached this fcy last evening. 1kn Dublin correspondent of the London Timet, wrlliug n 23d of April, says:? Yesterday's accounts from tlulway state that tlio proSi? of emigration there lias not slackened, uctwithstandlliat tho remi t nrennnts from America are df-courig. The 4 o'clock train to Dublin was crowded with migrants of the better claia bound for tho United islutes, aim as i tie hear on advances It Is feared that the draw of population will he further Increased. According to tl.e annual circular or Messrs. Schlusser is Oa., of St. Petersburg, dated tho 10th or Apitl, tho supply af tallow for this year is estimated at 150,000 casks, inehudvo of the 10,000 cajks bow on board the wintering stupe at Croustudt. TJio price was 150 roubles for cish, asd 154 with hand motiey. Of hemp tho quantity for shipaaent will be about 90,000 tons, mostly <>f very lino quality while the hetupibr shipment iu 1*58 will be of inferior quality. The supply of linseed is estimated at 180,000 qaaitera, fcetirf fen than half tho quantity exported In MM. Thcr Bld,wneut of wheat kc-t year was to the etioraaeu3 eatent sf a*do,000 quarters, and of oata !ilfi,000 qua.-" laas. Fpr 1657 the supply or wheal i.< estimated m. *0,006 quarters, aud.jf wiir at upwards of 1,000,000 qua# Sara. The Paris correspondent or tbe London Tmef, writing 1 ?n Zlst ultimo, Ef.ya:? r 1 hear tbnt orders bave been despatched from Madrid to Mm Spanish s< a|H>rtH tos-ispeud Lua preparations for tho 1 > >mill hi against Mexico. i The Pari* correspondent of tho London fosi, writing on ' 9M of April, suys:? * M baa been reported bore that the difficulty between t Spain and Mexico might be cum idcred as nearly soliiod, o whig to favorable diplomatic intercourse in Paris. I am e informed too much confidence mn-t not ho placed in tho p omjdimentiuy and conciliatory language of the Mexican r Envoy or Martlial fWrtno. as IMHfcBT are provided with J1 office nt powers to suspend ho (tile preparation?, or represent the final decisions and rial views of their respective tl gov era [i i nta. Both Kugn-h and Kreuoh influence has cor- I lately been u?ed with the hope of preventing further j amplications. t Om JJuja Autograft, of Madrid, which is a semi official h nrgan, denies that, as asserted by the Epoca, the dif 1 ferenccs between Spain and Mexico arc in a fair way op being arranged. The share bob I era tn several joint stock companies aro J beginning to lose patience at tho los es they have bus. tainod for some years past through the mismanagement of Ibe directors of those coiupanioa. Several complaints bare consequently been forwarded io the Procureur Imperial. One company, for constructing branch railways, T b mentioned, whoso shares, issued at WOf , have fallen to ii llf. The Imperial Attorney General has ordered au in- C galry, and is waiting the result. c The Neapolitan government has at length met the aocu' s ntton of torfure which has recently been brought against r II hi foreign Journal*. The OJieial Journal of Sicily of the v Silk of April has a long article dcnylrg the accusation. c She Paris Payt says that tho Grand Duke Cote tan line e wH arrive in Paris on Thursday, April 30, and will remain a MB May 10. During hi* stay there will bo Jilt* in Part* and ? at PuulatnebWn, a grand ball at tho Tulle etc*, a grand r Mrs* at Uo Hotel do Villo, races in the BoU do Boulogne* p hunt at Fcnlaiuebkau, and a review at the Champ de n ar*. n She celebrated Russian writer on political economy and t< ffottijtlca, M. Tengoborwkl, died at Pt. Petersburg on the t< lllh alt., within a v#iy few days af'.or his return from V Copenhagen, whero he hsd been engaged in connection r with the tresly for tho redemption of the Pound dues. Tho is Jou na.1 de St. rtlentomy thns announces hit decease ? .1 We have just been Informed of the sad news of tho death ! ti ef M. Iswl* TpngoborsVI, Prtvy Ormnrtllnr and member of I P foe Otmwil or the Cmpire, who expired tn this capital thta I morriug, at 8 o'clock, after n short Illness. The worfcn cm * aturcw of finance and political economy published by thla i a Ugh functionary have gained for htm a reputation that has ' n extended far beyond the linuts of our country. His death deprives the fjui>eror of an ?DUgh'oned adviser, whose ! " emtnent taknta were of great utility to his sovereign and 1 II Mi country. I a The Paris correspondent or the London Timet, writing on ! , fld ef April, rays:? ! r The account" from the TVero-h mannfa-tnrlng districts . are not FarWarvrry. Tho l.yone stlk weavers complain foal they are this year do-ertod bv their American cue- * toDM'ix. letters from New York mention that the shop- a keepers in that city are sgfoctimtly supplied with silk : r goods and that th-y will purchase as little a? po' -llile Mil July neat, when the ih w tanll will colli" Into opera- P Men. The Paris Buavfkrturers are suffxr.rg from the 1 ti Mane enure, lepers from Rouen state that there Is Utile . doing there in any branch of manufactures. Tlx* eon -e<jiH'i,< c la that the mill uwutra are working only four days in the week, tome talcs had taken place at n Malhouse of white cottons, l?:it at very low |trices. The n vsnllrn mvnufnet'irers h ive but a small stock of the raw . .-1 - 1 1 .1 ,, , I., | . ?, u aepecially > gir, eoctiuiM* to riee, while the distillation * fr..o) front, to "apply the deficiency of alcohol occa ' bated by Mm wiims utreorr, GOu.-idci<U)l]r duzUuieUcs tho bnme production. the London Times of ZZ1 ult., "peaking of Ihd eoodttkm ^ of the Bonk of Franco ar.d the effort* of Napolc.n'j govern- ' r ancol to obtain a loan, *ays:? ' The kttors from TarU OcXribe an naeaay fceHng. The i t, (KtriTni't't of tlo- >nvrtoii.< I ;o elite :\ .? Oct HMD l)f ' ^ amnpflitng the Batik of Franca to diaibln tti -ip capital ? team* to have weai ton'il cuiin.lcrable duaan?f,tt i ?>, and p It la prvitlvrly utatrd that the opinion* of tha <1tr?vh?c? ^ ware nntnimone'y nynlnat the tneivnir t. It np)war< ttiat J f Me bonk lit to tin allowed |n< reaerd power* Of l??uc. which I c will prolmbly lead to the circulation of note/ of a qouoml- 0 alien lower than timee at preaeiit authorIwd. It u m"ti- j | owed that M Blrrt hae been . MmtuotnnJ befura Ut? Triini- (| aal af t'cmrrn rcr, In connexion with complaint t roRvdintf ! 4 ka motle of putting forth (fee aharc* of tlin Roman rail- t; way*. lie at flr-t ariwruiccd tf it the number would >a y lOr.OTf), and, after Urpe dcaltcc* had be"n cTected i>o thty ^ *ap,o.ttion, a etrocit action wiu prod ced on the nvirket by a r.otifi -atlon that ilia number would to- ' . , dtrlhaia mUiu proportion 1014l.i bo reserved fur the ,1 tergy. ! ,1 The Bl. Fetereborg Tie* of 1Mb of April nay*:? Thl* pa?' ieg nrer of Othdrn, Bright and other* In the ' Oketicu- (Enpdt-h] ?how? n* t>ow |iowerM the hetllity gain t Roeeia mill It In England; they rliil inako Cubdcn Ml tha eonaeqnei.. m 01 hi* oppwutlno to the war now ' aodrd, and that, too, after the l*p?e af *0 king a lime 1 Bwt tro?t be a nice eort of a peace that wa hove with r b(lnr><1, when putilio opinion, wln< U inU jcucea ev?r| thing ? e Mare, cannot even yet pacify lleelf. Tka Btilr li Parliament h to ?et for be mow purport*; on ! " ?M iny, bay T. t Iba I JTerpool Timti of April 26, ptibll hc* tha follow- ' tin-0*1 the tnth 1n?t . at *ca. on board tho Parrvvcit*. | ir a Writhe tinware from Alexjui !rb?, IVlJpt, bi IJvor t pool, W Charfe* H. Maaon, of New York. 1W rarit Afowth-w |n,blwt..? the offi< al return of tho crtoma revenue !or the month of llarrh, amounting to ?,JI04.'Xr.f , being an 1mnuM of 1,6*2,Of. <n Uio c?r Mwpeniling month of la?t rear. Ibe ParVi l/miUvr paMMm a decree prmnrlg.rdng nauvantton ooocluded between Prance . nd tbo Ur.uid fhieli? of FW'len in February laet, raUtva to Um lUeagUienhtjt of ><? l?nh? or I ho fthtno. Latter* from Modi ?1 represent ereryC.tng an perfh-t'/ 1 null there, ami U?? clerical journal* den/ there twu boon an/ Ckrlbl plot at ait Mr. JHorrnron, from TTonJura*, had an Interview with Mr M r. tar/lahou. h. r? on th Wl*t in l.ait, at the Cotoninl office, Icndon. Tlie Lit*?t aref?,. t? fi'iBi Wii -an Pol and rontinno to I fir* a n?*t ?ii?tro?Mrg pr litre of Urn fumluo racing In 1 that, in the d I iota of Unlcabarg, Waea,and ] Korpin alone, mil of a population of Cfil.000 aonla, no lo?? t U <ui ?>0,000 hare no other menua of huboUtence titan ; beeelnc > rr ? tlm un|?it il.iM* bread ma le frm the , b*?v of trrea. Tie mortality la oon M|nent!/ vary great, i and it M naii/ on tho Increase, at the famine tppua h.v 1 br ikon out with great malignity. The dl?tro?a it aueh J - > ' -- ---- - k? ? ?, nt r~^i . UlU CMinr^n IIMTW to hare att ?*lly ea?' n *u their own Cngrr J J ___ i Cut London < nrreApnnrtenre. Lonmt, April flit, 1H97. { PtfMt $ (ht Perot riarnt-Um T, ?a? (ty??w? wi r\i ' frwi tf Fv ,\**A? 1*rA n*tiUh,-r*<> llm 1 I iff). > ,-A >'" 7Y< 'y < jvlrtt ly Cla en ' , fWi 'i'iM in Ism.lon, At , rfr., (if, The n- -vr (r '1)0 rrj i. >0 l>jr t'.io British (fovvnmrnt of : the Dallas Clnr>t. ! n t. f^aly, *? imrivled by the I'nHod r (hauw SiUe, li ft lu ro b> tho Inst, and yon n.ay ? hoTf lo?rred all the facta roorocu d w ith the n< ti<?n of the J eActaie here before thii reecliea yon, although Um rejec- t on ItooV I - yet a "^rret hfre It ia anti< i*?t<v| Uiat a ' grmt excitement in c< mm*rrial circloa will follow ila pro wi?ia?t>r.n thir of Uio water. When Mr Rrnaa * eat arrlrrd here with it l>riI Clarendon did not heaWafe to cxprewa a erry derided opinion that it t "*"*? ha MWrfhctory to bcr Majesty' foTerumeut; NEW Jul 1 debt D<>t in Ibis b?s tortUhip was coin )y niuccre, for bo n s very decide! friend of the Mar.-i and Mrtpen' and the true tyi?) oi an KugUnh x?'ukmu. Lord Pidmcri.ton, however, backed by a few ncnibers of the uluWlry moro aver ie to American totoerls than even the iW.-uigui.-ked Premier himself, jxiniIvely refused to agr<e to the action of tho American tenate in eh iking cut of the treaty the Day Islands clause, larendon urged that all minor differences, including the Day L-lands cluuee, snotim ue overtooaea, uio treaty oo , - Ufled and the hands of tho British government washed, aow and forever, of t> ntral Am. nca; that vicinage was die great natural law which must eventually govern, aud Jittt Amor Wan institution-) would and should mtluenco aud :ontrol the whole country. England, he contended, had no interest* whatever iu Ontral America beyond a safe .ran:-It for her subjects and commerce., and this Kho would only secure when American Institutions were etabll lied ihere. To thlit argument lord Palmc-rslon opposed tho lacls connected with the negotiation of the Honduras Lreaty. The ministry had agreed to transfer to llouduras Lbo Bay Islands?a I'ntl-h province?without any con ultation whc.tever w ith 1'arMametit This was followed by violent attacks In both houses, and the excitement was ihout seizing upon the popular mind when the Premier, always good at a dodge, admitted that ho bad been guilty is charged, but tluit iu trausfering to Honduras tho Ilay Islands he had secured them forever against "slavery or involuntary servitude." Thin dexterously touching" tho peculiar prejudice.-; ol the Kuglc li |>coplo on tills subject? and turning the tide of popular feeling back upon who hud raised lbo storm. With tills key to his action itia ea. ily perceived Um motives w liich le.i Palmer.ton to reject tho new American treaty, a- he thinks the kmeudnientby the {senate virtually uiuuls tho -nvlng clause In the Honduras treaty, and would live liini over to the opiK?-liion side of Parliament Thus you perceive, we are again ul sou a coiupnoo ou tho Central .American subject. I-oid Clarendon expresses tho opinion now, tha Willi two slight ujii-'iidmeiito or alterations Uio icuty would htill bo accepted by his gov .Turnout if again tendered. Ho says every point o uteresl will bo yielded by them, and by tho two amend lienta; the questions oi honor would likewise bo eaLst'ocorily nettled. Find, some pro vision for the protection of lie Mosquito Indians for a few years, until by the laws of 'manifest d"HlievJ' they cease to exist; and secondly, mm??light prove am or guarantee for the British subjects imposed to ho transferred to tho Stato of 1 londuros. with hese two amendment?, honorabio only in their character, he distinguished head of the Foreign Olllco doubli not tho realy would Mill be latitled, and has, 1 understand, lndlateu thu opinion to the government at Washington. The esult may be another effort to reconcile differences. As tho lime approaches for the opening of the new I'arlament, Ijuidon becomes a scene of life mul bustle. Busiicbb revives, and tlie placer of public amusement ore in ull blast. The Italian Opera at her Majesty's Theatre and it the I yecum are doing well. James E. Murdoch, the talented American tragedian, cho has been playing successfully In England, left London n Wednesday last en route for Home. Mr. M. is In excelut heulth and lnuking better than at any time during tho st fifteen yours?a pedestrian trip in Wales and a short evidence at the wclle of Great Malvern having almost roiivinnted him. Mr. Albert Bmith.fhe tourist, Is now all them,go with lie London fie-hlonables, who nightly crowd the Egyptian lull to hear his side splitting lectures, and witness tho anoramic view of his ascent to the top of Mont Blanc. Ir. Fiiiith dcMgus viritiDg the United States; and should le do so, will be taken by storm by tbo universal Yankee .atlon. Our Paris Correspondence. 1'iw, April 20,1867. I(r. Suekanan't Pviicy on Out China Qualion?Sbatuje Criminal Accusation and Trial?Mental BaRucinalxont ix Puerperal Fever?The Recent Attempt on the tir.pcror't Life, etc., rfc. Mutters of foreign policy wore never le?s interoeting In 'aria than at prcaont The Ncuchatel question has let Lm claim to attention, although a final settlement with King licquot would appear as far off aa ever. His llajo-ty is no of there who can decide nothing when not tinder procure. There la a great calm in Spain and Nar\ao2 la itnnenrrly In tho ascendant, tho progress is tia being no there. Portugal la dreaming of its ancient glory by titans of a railroad. Austria and Sardinia He ooee to noso, ver and anon exhibiting their teeth, but nothing more; nd while Kiisria shows ro llttlo good will to tho Tower, rhich in her days of misery and Hungarian affliction she 0 signally befriended, there Is httlo fear that Austria will rocecd to extremities with Sardinia, however much she jay abhor and detest her. England's elections tor minted, keeps French intrigue quiescent, for lord Palmeram, thus confirmed In bis power, is felt to i>o a dangerous >ol to play with. Mr. IVehanan's Institution at tho rhitc House is, lierbapa, the only thing '.rhich causes a ipplelnthe calm stream r* thlrft w>'* ? ?, for thee Is umothiiig eulgmaiical about him, as if In. had a deep .;ot .mertcan policy in his heart, which, without reference 1 any other country on the earth, he Intended to work ut_ This refusal to hamper himself with Franco ml England in tho Chiuoro question. U felt to havo smack of danger about tt, and to forc-hadow n independence of action which, conpled with tho dally acreareng power of America, is ominous of a stalo of bing.. to which Furepe generally has boon littlo baWtufed. If got ernments arc alow to believe in the light rbich rhines aerors tho brood Atlantic it is not so with tho iropl*. It in not too much to say tluit tho heart; of mantnd arc with the land of liberty, p ir oreUsncs, tiiai|thcy mile benignly on its cflbi ts to t Uo tho glorious futuro, nd that they look for the ultimate triumph of civil and elisions freedom In the onward progress and independent olicy of the L'rited Plate*. If, then, there bo any excop?n m the fciaj. hunt interest toward* external r lalioiM, our President, Mr. Itachanaa, is the came of tt To com pen-ate for the lack of excitement w ardr th Ithout affairs at home luvo attracted consider. I '.o Int.?et and sympathy. The trial of the two leant eh aril i ietr comrade, ftrgoant Bvuaquet, for tho mpo of tho tfc of a butch"t of lire name of 1'aiilurd, has created an mount of ititct'.'si winch hoe iifco perfectly ab-orbiug. he trial, which larded several lays, attracted such namers of p rions that many wero c<ud, nt to wait eutddo j m doors of the c urt Uiroughout the night >u tho hope of > n dug admltlarre the following morning, the details, though cos cring several columns in print, I u?y be given in a very faw lines. Madame PaiUard, the | iitrher 's wife, wbo served the regiment, was not less | nn-picuoua lor het ude- ly Utan her patiic tWly i ppearauoe. It was her duty, in furtherance of h; r but- , rut's bestne , tn which in France the women take so rrge a there, to call upon tho jaymaeter, M. Leandri, to ecclve'.rders. payment. &0. A lew di.ys after paying ne of there visit* she *1 sent and dies, aoWntnly averring n h?r dealb bed that M. I/ andrt, agisted by Sergeant , ti nftrptrt. had violated h r person. The eonscpienee Is, i heso iwrttw arB placed on luvtr trial, and as the clrcurn- | tnutial evidence brought ag\ln?t tii'tn falls la ev ry par- ' icular, as, la fret, their W nothing agnind them but tho toman', dying oncerinw, Uiey are nrceiisailiy asquittod, boi gb tho jury Uk. thrio quartern of an hour to decide. Hie fart was, that I 'm liar I had had, a few days , icf?re, a mi-carriage, and died of puerperal lever, a , itstMO which l? w?l ' sown to give ri-e th-1 ornng"-t ; telufh ns In woman, In connection with the womb. Tl?o | lay after llie alleged rlo'atmn* she id found g> ing about j icr business In her wual quiet way. and tlio following ' rttrr *i< wtlUi 'i by her lo U I eainlii ? K?Aa j*mi have prwmkaad mn to ha kind < ti<u,'h to H<cnre lo nie the ciwlnm of Ilia regiment, j will auihi jroa In piiforining your promlaa I * ill . barge the m< at at >0 crntime* the kilo. Have the ! leer to inform Uto" gentlemen of it, and l?t me hare an j M rer, either favors' la or unfavorable." The alleged j Mull. Um, ?%< son>ni)li-xl In a limine In tlie run Oiahrul. j cn.plcd by ten ? fl.ccra, w U;*-e room* were oulr cep iratcd >y '! n pari Mr aa, and lad a auund w*a heard by any of li. m that mold gtet rt" to rnrdeton ofvi?lenee. That 1 he unforlunuto W( man h-hoved vhe rpck.0 Uic truth in tho tatement *hc made, no ouo doubt*. The rtrcomrtance remind* ma rf an occurrence to Tii- h I tnyi rlf p' ry ?onie yeir- arr A lady, the wife of a rforavmrn reat.ling on a curacy 'n lorfolk, after hearing her b'lrband erven children, and waning many v? ui of inalriiaonial happincM, waa aeU -d rilh puerperal frtee aHt r the birth of liae la<-t elitld. trtfhln fhrty eight hour* Of her dae >a*e. how* er, all do Irlutn apparently left bar; but her rt.ito of exhanrtfoo taa Mich thai nhe felt hur Uro waa ebbing away. Sao do- i lied her liurbait I abould con.e alone ?nto hor room, aa , he bail romelhi'ifr of geal inij ortanne to communicate lo ilm before 'ho died. (In hla etitranco ah? hefted thai tho ortain* might ha drawn clo?ely arennd her bed, thai liar kca mltht trt he rrrn while she communicated a ?le r>f Ri ling rrhne; and then, lo (he a lnui, hmcnt and lorior of her, ebc went on to aay thai both >9'ore ami afief her marr ige with him *h? ha 1 haen In tho ; MMI of Inirlanlny with rarioua par tier whn<o nam"* he paittcnlarired. end the datalir of whi. h tn'riguaa ?h* i Ititered minutely h*n. Tndaed. eho atrung together IVta ' ? ! hnewntnhtm, with her dwcliaoire* in *ueli an In [enioua manie r, again and ?unln, adhtring him not to irliaTa ?he wa* nnd-r any del ton, that tho p>?)r man, tlmoui in a Mate <e insanity, r'<hed :rom hi* wife * room hat he might nol heap n. ileilictluu' on b -r dying head, t war not nil meny mnnihaftfter that he had ?b>> tie. ago o cornmurieoto Ibr circnmabar.ce lo I la wif"'? family, and c rh wa? the eonwletton of her guilt her oontm"tite iitnn? iiad made upon him thai a year or two waa ruff-ied lo l*p*e ere he could m-r-nade hlnirelf to have anr ln<|ui le? a* to the truth rw her relation Instituted. Tone Itvpil 'lea, h?wirr, on90 ret on fool, the unhappy tn ly'r story ran fout I lo he the me real fhhle from hrrtnutng to end, imt her whole rend'irl a well kno* 11 (Miliolngi.-al fealir" if puerperal malady, The tady )u>d llrod (bo laat aeroti frnr* in ? r-'uniry Tiling , wnrrn rvrrj uiiir; ?ur ?im wwun >o M ? ell known as If ibe wore In a glass honao, and is brforp hot marrtagn she spoilt h?r W? in thu constant i ->rpa?nco t?f a virtuous motlvr an I slaters, It *w oaey to i nler that the <l*lir-|i>ni of llin la*t |K?rt of her onistowo was : cnslly appttrahto ?o th" former and I rr|n|. p to say that 1 hp hnshspd, wlm Is still allro, Is now porfoetly satisfied j hat In Hip rartnrr he led, ho has to regret tho bcroaro- j bpnt of a most vtrtnmip n-1 rMltmble vt <v And wp arc all a peg about tho ilmml Poke Onntantino. n.e eorroapondeirt of tho 1\mrt lm.s Incurred the thunder* >f the Mtmtlinr. for daring to say that Prima) Napoleon had pfnsp.t to go to Tonloa to give tho Ru?- ian Prince tho endprrnns. Though it Is nevertheless a fvt, ar l nOl^ss ome groat rhange romp orpr that Prlnre's dream, hp will lot aarurpdl) ho tho Kinppror'a special bearer on that ocoiloti. put nothing la to ho pared to do this Ri ian ! hike all honor. Alitho officers and all tho oftlrlala mro nmmandcd to ho on tho qtii Wtv, and Parla Is to lo hor host for tho neraeion. It Is fortunate, from i ill tho areennta, that tho Orand Duke did not irrloa to W!lnp*a a cata-~?ophe that might hare yeally rhangpd tho as pop t of affairs in Tranoo, namely ho doath of tho Emperor, Tho story Is ronflrmod from so uny diflcrrai guar tors that there to no doubt the JKmpo YORK HERALD, FRIDA' ror's life was attempted wt..lo Yisitinj Madame do Cb tigHene. One story te that be barely escaped being garrotml and van in fact nearly Mruigled. The allowance nuuln to Madame d? Cbtllglioue U said to be 10,000 frao '8 a month, and other fair peuriuncre are reported to be on the Imperial I list, though this holy's receipts uru tho highest In going to her houre, the Km per or passes through an empty domicile at the hack, and it woe during this passage that tho attempt win* made Colonel or General Kleaut, alwuyt ucvonii*innvi his Imperial master on thereatnaolry visits, ud It Is to be hoped will be able to give as successful an uccouut of his steward. hip in this as in other employments. An exhibition of the wonts of if Paul Delarochc opens to day, at a franc per head. The China War. England's diplomatic) and militant mission to opnu. Tho Karl of Fig in has left England on his mission to China. On Tuesday lie started for Paris, where ho will lllivft an interview with itia I'lniwpnf af fill, EVttiwl, ?nd will then proceed, by way of Marseilles, for Alexandria. Attached to his mission are four gentlemen?the lion K. Bruce, Mr. Cameron, Mr. Ollphunt and Mr Kitrroy. Cetie ritl Ashbunibum, who is to have the command of the laid troops which will accompany the expedition, has taken Precedence of his diplomatic superior, lie has arrived at Malta, where lie was seized with fever, and could not attend the parade in his honqj\ The lea-ling ministerial ]>u;ier lias small hopes of his qualifications for the Idyll post to which ho has been appointed, and it is now tardily discovered that " his only eoldlerly achievement is that ho eouunauded a brigade in the battle of C'hilliaiiwalUh. without exhibiting extraordinary promptitude or ability.-' Ibis is not very encouraging. Tho days of grout soldiers are gone, we ftar, never to return. Mr. liocbncic remarked, when ho was in I.tverpool % month or two b.irk, that Fog I and bad only produced two great soldiers from the time of Queen Ann to that of Queen Victoria?Mrrlborough and Wellington, while the navy during the same century and a half produced several great admirals, and he accounted for this by stating thit until recently the navy was not a fa hioDfiblo profession, and the truth of this saying roceives a striking continuation in tto ease of Ceoeral Ashburnham Our Crimean disasters wore mainly owtug to the want of good commanders?a want, wo tear, which will be felt in this Chinese war, if, unhappily, war should be really necessary, ntOOHJEtS OF TilK WAR IN CHIN A? ,-bVERE FIGHTING IN PKOHl'KOr. [From the london 1'oet, Ap-il '24.] The departure of the Himalaya and Tram it, w'.th nearly two thousand troops on hoard, is a significant index of otir present relations with China. There U a possibility of a lutisfactory adjualmcnt of that untoward and unlookod-for difficulty without the aid now on its pa sago to Canton; but there i? an equal or rather a greater iinetdbUilg thai thing* miat be worse before they are better, and hat the sanguinary Yeh will not midcumb till he has had fhrther experience of our uaval and military operations. Wo are not, indeed, at war with China, but wito tho othcial or a fsinglo provinco; and it is an obvious duty to confine the contest within its present dimensions if possible. But w hen a quarrel like tho present breaks out it is as manifestly impossible to calcubin n-tiorn II ^11 In Pol, ? |,, . . -..-I, fl,.? a given spaik will kindle when upon a liugo run.-., nf ignitable matter. The sight of our troop* and the action of our gunboats may work a change of purpose in the barbarian mind. A flotilla or "hose tiny craft that wrought such devastation t'vo years ago in the Feu of AzofT rnny, w tliout Lin '.iko devastation, consince the obstinate Commissioner at Canton that he is playing u kslug game ; and he, with the instinct of sclr preservation powornilly at work, may porceivo a moderation and reosoiiublcnoKU in the EnglHi demands which now aro quite, hidden from his eyes. This is possible, but it is more probable thai ccaddcrublo tiring, storming and bayonettiiig may bo necessary in ihe first instance. That there will be considci able bloodshed ou both sides is a contingency that must be contemplated. It is not a pleasant one, yet it would be foliv to ignore It. Hut death and wonnds in action are not ihe only losses an nrray undergoes, as wo learnt too well in tho Crimea ?as, Indeed, every -rroy has learnt ohly too well ever since the siege of Troy. The British troupe u ill be exposed at Canton to the uv.stixg depression of an unhealthy climate, rtuprsen'ol by the irregular and almost amphibimis life they mil A/nw 'e lead. I e? the best precautions betnkrn, still tovcr, dysentery, and probably cholera, will be inevitable; and these, together with leases in notion, will form an agj.Tr, ofraflbrbMr that will be seseverely felt In our small exiiedlliunary force. Our readers will rea<tily see whither our foregoing remarks are leaning us, 11 ?o can with certaudy calcu-? late upon suffering. wo ought with equal cer. tainty to prepare mean SS roller; and, r.ilh the experience of the Crimea before u?, the three ikouIk to bo attended to aro hospitals, chaplains and nurses. It is nut for us to proscribe how tho arrangements for supplying these are to be conducted. But one of the simplest, most practicable, and most immediately available, would be a well fined up hospital ship in attendance noon the cvjx-ilition. This would answer all tho purpose or residence tor medical staff, cliAplalns and nurses, as well as a receptacle for the suffering. The whole is a question of detail, which Mi.-a Nightingale, a Geld doctor from the Crimea, and tho principal chaplain of tho forces, could arrange In a few hours. All we pretend to do is to. urge U at withoutsotncthing of the kind the expedition will be not only incomplete, but iucxcmabfy delictonL LOUD PALMERSTON'fl POLICY TOWARDS CHINA?.TH* NON-COMMITTAL A .TITTLE OF TilK UNITE? oXAXAA. (Krotu tho Iumilou Chronica}, April 2-1.1 e The refusal of the United .-tales government to co-ni>ertite with us in China, and tii- ir determination to strengthen their forces and send a special ~u voy?eurely thi< Is a pha-o of the Chluese qur.uton demit ling that tho different seetiuiui of the liou.-c ui Comm it.- -honlil male up thoir minis in advance an to the principle uf our futuro policy in thma regions, without uw siting the t.irdy and imperfect announcement of Mlnist-rs? It may fairly be inferred, that tliu communications of this goveniin?nt to that of Washington could not haze been of a .Uofactory c liar actor, or a resolution so dUcnurteomt to this country, and implying so mmb Miepii ion of our InUbi >us, would int liavo been adopU-il. Ihu chieh) ol the opposition, und Uio. o suctions of tlio liberal party tvho?e m -libers are opposed to mere aggressive wars, are absob ly bound to foim in opinion "nd refolvo un a cotir o i f ar'lon on this aub/ct, loundeil up<>a the known character ami tcitdeocioa of Jx>rd FaJiuersinn. U.u United States government have in all prohal llily barn actuated l.y a f?ar of being implicated 111 ome aclo'ine of whole- , sale rpobaticn and plunder, 'tuglit not the chief* of parties ' to take etgliiSUMa ol a fact ..lie Una, M a loader of public . notoriety, and to |ir?'|Mi I (o LiKU a *|mciflo course, , contingent on certain event iKUeef Ought ittey not to bo ! prepared to demand explm <ion.<, whother lord Elgin goes i to China as a negotiator for p*-ace, or as iho director of a 1 scheme of conquest f And f th-i latter be the real object ' of hie mi Men, m May be inferred f .in the military pre. { araiioni and the tone of the Ministerial journals, ou^ht not they to deierinine whi ther or no Utey will sanction -rich a 1 policy. supptwmg it to no op-uly or oovcrty adopted by I the gcvarntr. at Duke Consir.: tine of Ruuta nt Tntilr.n?lite I ltrrrptlun bv the Authorities. Th" Pan*/'ufrtc publishes a private ietter from Ton ton, ' datnl Monday evening, th of April, giving an arcount of j the arrival iu that port id the brand Duke Con-tnnune. j III* Imperial lligtmesp t bled from Vco at II o'clock "it Sunday night, on beard Ihe Russian ?-tenm frip ilc ul.UT. The squadron which aei ompsnled dim, under the orders of Admiral IVdirens. coi' Utcd nt the screw ?hip Wilmrg, the ?teim frlrate Polkas, and the calling frignti Ci-tor. | Itnron Puhordlen, Maritime Prefect of To ilon, despatched, j at H o'clock on Monday n rnlng, the small st? a H'-r Nav>'tto j to meet the Ihtsslati squadron and pi! t them front Cu|>o i'm^l The squadron w.h not telegraphed until lit1*. A great moremi nt w.v It n per-rived on board Urn Krcnch j tl?et The drums bra* ' i arms on board the Dretagne j (carrying 'he Admiral i' g) an t ?bo other sbi;*. and at ; 3 o'clock the bntte,-ie? of the i'ro- Trmr flrod a ?tiuln of twenty-one guns. The; rda wore manned In gad mt style on hoard the Sect. At t* t moment the Olatr entered lie owtcr barber. The pan* emie view wan uvignill- ei.t?the i Clear hlue ?ky. and -lie Imighta crowded wi'h velaries; I cries of " n? i'Emperwe" and hurrahs IIlied the air, and j the volleys echoing from the hill* had an llscrihahle ef ; fret. hi urix-ly had the -aa"ke caur-xl hy the guns of ! the fleet ill-prrsed thai llio tliall, whn.h pa mod on j tnrrti Uie double liuj uf rlilpe, returned the ,-ilito , sod hoisted ths tri eidreod flsg The -*<virr. -r rtfipjied, j and ttie Maritime iVefhct, with his s'alf, tn the Im jerlal barge, went aki^ The Prcf I toefc the orderc of the Grand Duke, and returned to b' i. In Llie mc.autime the troops of the garrison were for?. 1 Urn ar'cnal, to pay tr ilitary hjcora to Uie llluaa 'cnis vk>iu-r. The Hurltime lTrfect and Admlrn) Trehonan rr <tvrd Ibo brand ; Ihike on his landing at a quarter to I fhe (irnrd Duke is itrsrrlhr d at .10 vt-ara i?f ten. fair an 1 of rr.; l.lie bright. II# wore the decoration* of* Andrew ?nd >i ? <*ge over an admiral* uniform Hi* llif haeaa \msn- I through the tinea formed by the troepg in the aracnal, the t"?n<t# playing Quern Hortenee'* air, "INrlaul pour la Syi " hi I the drum* h attng an Imperial-alute. H- :'i u -? 1 into ! thi? Prefect'* carriage nod drove in the |*r -feet-u e, whew the principal nflicer* of the arm/ and mar/ . tra pre-reim-l to hi# Imperial Ihghncaa. Huidaii Railway V|winl*tlnn lit T.omlnit anil fTrnm the T/ati'tti tmm (city arl!-lr). April ?C J Tli# direreditablo practice# adopted by th# ?f"??IW | intrreated in tli# Rnwian Railway .?ch#m < have nwtrnl ^r'ber lll'i?trattnri tn day,and -rarerly ? doubt it pear* ?o 1 be ent#rtaln? d in any quarter that a deMberate p!vn had been formed toe..trap obrcrlber* by fndncinff *" ; ertnb'e per-on# to nil u!i*u<p*n'tiufcly the part T d ?>?. T > titan* mentioned ycaterday are nndiiCRhmrd at I, If it were necerwary, fr#*h detail* ratH be furBi h-d which wnnld probably ft* the rerpan-ibtbty of there a'temrt* tn i a manner I# Ira*# no uncertainty a# to lh?tf itw<ll or | origin. In ena#?wn#ne# of th# egpnwir# tiler# h** b? n an aim oil 1.1?| i1i?lnrllnal..>it (<*?' ?y m lit# pi't "f th# ! dealer* to have anything to do with dto ? barow, I and lb# prie# of '( to JK preml' 'it w*? rntlretj i nominal. Purh a* bar# t?#en bought are beiirved to l hare been taken by par tie# anting upon order* from VI nine thie ea?# ta'iientlnne-t of a m#> vdil# hen'# wrdlnf ! from Dunkirk on behalf of a friend? vrhi tbor a clergy man or otherwi?# l? n?d ?tat?Hl?to know bow he e i it t 'n- I vol tW.flTD?apparently th,-furtwRg am?In theae iharaa in 1/wrton- The rejoinder wa? that, a* he la v K. each pnriha-rr, hi# he?t roura# will be to apply for tn allotmetp 1 In IWria. where tlie quantity to b# i!t#|?r ' ? I < f Li known to . bar# b- rn beyond the c*p#c|tv of the nnrket, aid where tn the nnflkety event of the allotment rv t belrf gran'ed I he ran al ail aventa obtain thrm on the TVviree. j Cotton Witp|tljr Imhlotion In K mloiul. (From the I/.ndon lim r?, Apr1! ii | A nnmrrm* meeting of merrhant* and m < ' rtoeerw wn* held ye?ferday afternoon, in the Ifinehe-ter Torn I flail, for the purpeae of forming an a* -Clf' n foe th# pr irvTinn m inc gram'ui i nwii - Mr. Cheatham, M I' , nrr>lM, ami anionic tV ? .1 a prceent were Mr Ha?IAel<l, M. Mr. R. N. I tu!'?, . M P., ! Mr Parley, Mr M. Roan, Mensrn. J. Pond- r, B. Ashw <rth. j ami J himpran. The Chairman, in ?om? th-ned ' oh erratlm*. de?rr1hed the prenent n and ! proepert* of rotten rnttiration in nil porta of tho world whrnre it was now obtainable, .*n I tfw urgent neeesfdty for inorenring tho nnpply by the retnornl of all leglriatlve Impedimenta, and by every pnnnlblo encouragement, Mr. Ilarley, in moving the flrrt resolution, aaid he brtteved no round prtnelple wan Violated by tho formation of thia aanoriatloa. Aaauming a cj? II of ? > per annnm, though he did nit anticipate ?o m 'h " half that ' amount being levied, tVom the owner of a 11 team engine, fbr the purpurea of the aaroeUUon. rurb a COiUlhntioa won IJ be profltably InvMtod io endeavoring ' r, MAY 8, 1857.?TRIPLE to get rid of as exaction whiob n t now amount in pxeenaive prreot ?h?% raw matrrtai in per annum to that Individual. (Hi-ar, hoar.) Wo worn now paying not l??n than ?10,000 000 |M-r iiiumni nmr ' than l?<11>I in- |?b I ! for our cotton !f the supply were infbttored. Tho re-solii[ lion hah for tin; formation of an mhocioiumi, to bo colled lire Lvttou Supply AisocmUou, l> encourage b.v all piaiU i table m> .tun the groath of cotton in our colonies olid other countries, by did'neing information, supply of machinery, and every pon-ibls removal of h-ghlotlve Impediments. Mr. fircg reeondsd tho resolution. which won supported by Mr. M. IUmr on tho pait of tho Commercial Asm*;latum, and by >!r. nod field, M. IV The Great Atlantis-. Submarine Teteffva|?h Cable. TO TIT* SUITOR OK Til* LONDON TIttKN. Will you allow me to assure the writer of the article under the above heading in your Impression of to day that hw apprchonf lota In retard to the Atlantic line ore around less, ami tliui the form of cablo now being manufactured

ban not been hastily adopted. I will not remark upon tho kind of cable which he ro earnestly advocates, (it the columns of a scientific journal are more suited to such a discussion, but I must say that I do not wish any antagonist so ccrtsin a loss as tho rn dorsement of 5Tr. Allan's tbeorlea by an experiment of their value upon a large -rale. I do not know u|nui whose authority he ventures to rush la upon us eo boldly with the assumption that Our conducting wlro is "ridiculously small." I have had aotno proc tliul rxperlenco for some years in working telegrapnic lines, uid hare had, as engineer to the Magnetic Telegraph Company, the charge of tho greatest length in tho world of Bulitdrraiiean wires, tho conditions of which aro electrically the same as those of submarine wires; and Mr. Wliitehouso, the ol<? tririnn to tho Atlantic T"logrn?h Own pany, has been engaged for a long tlino in experiment* ypon submarine conductors. Wo au' not oppressed l>y any fears aa to the electrical success of tbo cubic, and, to wy ruiuil, tbo alteration in Die conductor, by using return wires, which your article allude* to, woulo bo (to follow up the writer's simile) hke lay .ng an additional pair of rails over a long Hno of railway, when a modification In tlio form of locomotive employed would answer every purpnae. It wonld be more graceful for thoso who are without that knowledge of telegraphic matter! which practical experioiieu alone eun teach, to |iauite before they thrust forward tlieir theories i-o positively. CHAT1T.ER T. RRTOHT, Kngineer to tho Atlantic Telegraph Company, roa K.'-utAt;, April ill. The New Plnnrt. TO THE EDITOR OK THB LO.VDON TIME". The tclkiwrag positions of tho new planet which was discovered at the Oxford Observatory by Mr. Pojsonj on tho 15th, have been deduced from obeorvaaona ta-cn with the huge equator ail at Uus observatory .? f.'r.vnuaeA l'lanrt'i I'lanii I 1*1111 Itaic. right asixruion. touih drclinatum. h m. *. A. m. ?. A. m. I. April IS 10 14 32.7 13 27 20.84 15 23 35.2 " 10 9 68 58 3 13 2d 31 20 15 10 39 7 From the above the right ascension of tho planet ii diminidnug daily W iu sec., and tho decimal! m is also dimina biug 7 min. 1.1 see. daily. 1 aw, sir, your obedient servant, JiffV IlAItTN'UT. Ijykktooi uir-akvsroRv, April 20,1857. m?erllsia>Aii? Forrtgr Item*. The London S'ar of Xi>rll 8, says:?Judge Tuiioy arg ie? that the enslaved African race was not intended to bo Included, because, at tho time when the Uecluratiou of Independence was issued, the fixed and universal opln'on of the whole civilised world was, that they were beings <>r an Infer'or order, unfit associates for tho white race, cither socially or politically, Luglaud, at least, had d-livred a solemn judkia! decision ou this subject, when, so early as 1705,1/ird Chief Justice Holt declared that 'he law of four land afforded no warrant 'or holding anybody in rlavery, I and that In thta respect negroes did not differ from oilier men. The London CP rib?, of April 10, nays:?'The progress of demucrotio opinions has quite destroyed In the United States that w hich an hold to bo the safeguard of just loo? tlic appointment of Judges for life. The whole of the Judicial In 'itution*. with tho exception of the Supreme Court, have been entirely changed sinco they were founded by Washington cud his colleague!!. Already tho Supremo Court, we are told, gives parly judgment*. On the 3d instant Right IIou. W. E. Gladstone, M. P., ad drosfcd a rnccung of the electors of Kline-hire resident in Liverpool. During his aMMM Mr. Gladstone Mid:? A bine all. let it dot bo charged amlaat us ll-U when wo deal w ith the strong our language is weak, and when wo (lenl with tho weak our kingimge Is strong. tH'vir.) There were the true en none of foreign policy; but ho could not fay that they had been properly observed. Ho did not think that they observed last year, when her majesty 'h govciutucbl fostered and blew up u quarrel with tho United States ut>on tho suhicctof tho rocruitlng law i, and when they brought it to Mich a pitch that the government of the tinted States dismissed our miiusters and (I MQlK WO aro. omp"ll< .1 -il. ntly to acquirso iii Hut Indignity; and ho did not say it ought not to have been acquiesced in. The Worcester (Fhg.) WeraM In <r:r city pehro report will bo found a heartrending cue of a very young Sir! abstracted from the parental roof by tho Mormons, entitles* for the vlloat of purposes. Her father is, wo understand, a most respectable inhabitant of Malvern, and wo point out this misfortune a* a deplorable illustration of the dreadftil evils which this horrid band of lmpostora may Inflict ap>n families. Mr. Themis H. els'*.stone says In a letter to the l/mdon ; Tiwrt-?Tlie information that Iim reached mo )< in Is lo the ; inference that the Chincro laborers at li.o guano Han'Is | are subjected to frightful evils. The morta' ty exhibited l among them is perfectly apiwlllng, and sufficiently IndlI cale- the wretchedness of their condition. As in Cuba, | suicide in every form Is reported to l>o of daily occurrence. In consequence of the agitation produced by tho English ; elections, the operations in tho iron market have bcru con 1 i dorabtj r - *. i mi I The Ixriidon CknmicU publishes a letter from the Chincha Inlands, dated February C3, wln-h says: ? Hm Tiibuno 1 steam frigate, 31 pen-, Captain Harry F irdl, has hern 1 lying here for tho protection of mercantile Interests In I general during the revolution in Peru, which Is likely to ( touch the interests of tho !lmi-!i farmer, sis regards guano, the only value of tho He?tho golden goose to Pora. o?i tho SSrt, Washington's birthday, the English I'riipitne U rr^rii MUP 1HU -lUUl'J'l U.? UWU, IU0 .lUHTH .aj tllipO ruturtiinu tho salute. A " u Plantur" mltas to the Is'itdon fVironictr:? I Of Ujo ni?iit profits (tint mart *< cruo to the filun planKra from slave labor, aril tlm use of lh<- la*h lo the uofori inato African, aud I fear the t liioe?o coolie also, th?rc nn he but little -loubt, a.- compard to the use of fre.. tutor by our ' Weat India and other planter*, as the lVoo Afi ,u work* i or not, at it miy suit hie inclination. The Tnndim CAi-onAU of April 10 saysThe lit" newa from the United hiatus contains wry alarming U hug*. | The slavery problem hit- altaliMxl a raider signife l mil d. maud more prompt solutiou than v. as heretofore deemed porsible. , Tho rijKir* of roM from Australia during the year lWfl , mounted to 12o tor.'. The fir-1 month of the pt ascot yt ar | hn? ?ct an avenge which, if maintained, wil! produce a similar result Tlie 1 and. n TV* of tho 8th of April *ajr ?It Is an ex traordinary thin# that f.7? ,47ft should have hi "U expended j in the imrchaee of Peru visa 4}( per ivnt bends, with little off. rt upon "ho market Iu the ward of Iflehopopato, londt n, there Is a narrow nassnge, called Rose alley, which contain* a row oi'twelyo nouses; tni h . until o;: fro.a i it M ram rwmi, Inhabited hy the very poorest of the poor In-h. In all tlmro are 77 rooms, and of thivc there are in tenanted by K,i families >.f '!1>. perrons, Light of tlie rooms are occupied by 10 im-a, 17 women and 12 children. Tlie l/e.don Tirnrt of April 10 ratys*?-Vr. Hrlpnt, as far as Manc.boetnr ta concurtiod, is banished from Uio Houro of Cotiitnorts We fnre*ee a tiroe when <?- n ravtcb. ter may Ucstw on. e inure the servtrc. f that ii-sjiMiil t-mgue and thai raaointe heart. Sore y tho prcent House of O minute is aril locratlc enough and territorial" enough for all useful purposes, and wc m.ybt h.. e our ad- I vantage in the prcnenca of the bold tribune. The London nates of April * ?ays ?Thus has been -olred, as. far ar man .an solved, tho Evict guontkm. Never ana a p.i tg i' v r r hutory :?j > unity and computet ??*. Never has a great enter prl?o : been more suddenly re?olw<t rp, mors en'h i?tt?ticallr , conducted, and more speedily and ?q-e.ssfutly e<s>e1'Hlen. Tim Port Tenda OatHl.- of \farrh I nva:?The n-it <ngar Crop promisea exceedingly well. owing to Urn ron taut rainy weather thr pient/itk n* *'< m. r? forward than I hare been at the same 'ime fur man) a prcvlotw rear. If ttiore wae not *o much ncnMlnl} about a supply of j.v b?r there wonld be a flitr nreeport of rinkicg 1^0,000 tcaa of xngar from the fr of im; i*. We have advice ii .<u the M iuenii to the l.?t January. , The gathering of ti.o clove crop * .* brine proonrlrd with. Tbn prodrre of Hapnr"a wan rwkoned at At,9001b".: of Dila, at #3,4-"5 Ib?, wlii h bad ' 11 all gvherrd and uf Ambotna at 4-1,200 lb* , of wb.?li .11,106 had boen got lu. In Batavla, Java, on the U?b of February, rate. ft waa raid, had done much Injury on th? w?t cm-t of fnmatra to the rlre tlckl*. In ?efne places the coffl e pVi'.itlufLX ufered damage. The ( laotity d" coffee e<|?*led fron i'adaiig during 18.0 mhubMI hi p.oubj. The louden Ti'wit nf April 7 **T': The nncvp*"trd in. rrraae la thr rate of dl count 1>y the director* of thr IV>nlr of Fngland ha" Created an unfavorable imiirevion no Uio trade of Pari#, wWch waa beg ni.itig to r otfi r r, ?fl< ru nr thn king dead aeaMin through which It had pamd Tin1 l^ind. n .Vtier oh; rrvw ? t olen .oaiit orcMiV.atlnn tniiat liarr b<en kmc known to Mr. l>i - tliat of Uio > migrant Aid Afldortation, whlrli propon-a In lake pome* inn of Virginia. on hehnlfnf frro labor *nd In .lertanre of the Ho'ith. While <io\crii'-r W lee. an I <*hrr old Kielikmod Vlrr man*, have hen raving about dwaolving llie l"ui>n thr their party oh|c.-t?. Northern oap tali ia hare prepared thla r cliomw?u till do umill cm our igement and aid "ruin , citizen.-?even from nowrriwpera of \ ugmu Iteelf. An artlrle In tho .Ver/A*m of ft retrribitrg, tn an cflort to prove'he future prrepority of the railway fron Mierow to Theod'-la, afT'T't 1 o? *ome ttitrre?ie <6nM. The chief arti' le of evjort from the Taurlr P -uin tila W n't; at pre?ent fpom Vl.dOO pond* to 11 ,oo>i onn poo l* of thi* article are exported |o (he wr? rn provi'-<w: tlie alt lakes are eapnhle of produi rig A3 '*11,01)0 pojd.t. The Mrmil'ur <t* Tu I'M*, of Part*, give* *ntne pa-lien, lar* relating to the Britlah and French poeeeaatnei on the Wei tern covl of AfYica, which how that the late arrangenn tite coneluded !> iwem the !! Mi- Ii and French gavernmenta with re?i r< ?to iho?e c?<tl- meala arc bighiy adv.intngi'ooa to both coontrlea. Mr. Cot?drn *ay. In a recent letter In IT "I ter?fle|d ?.Jfo one ran be fairly brt.l re-pon?d'le flaf a mlaealoolaiinn of the rtuincea of ?uereM, cor dor- ,he rranlt of tlie election atThrd any criterion of the ?ti enpth of partiea for thefnt'ir*. The Inndon fVeof irihof April, oh ervoa-?|>om the very moment that the plan of Kuealan railway* w w antion'ticed to the Fnglbh. Kren<-h, P it. h. and tlerwian pohtle, we never he'th.-? 'ight.-'t 'tooM thai ihr*e ir of intercommunication were mainly inten'lcil Tor Hratc?i<J t rwm>n. We trout that Fm. lieh oapiteli'M of orery ??>littcni bne will env na? to thia nlempt to make tut toUml.-rt pey nor contribution to plan al tbo C?r Tor the more eeily moring hie ermine. The dlrrrtare of tb? F?rotv-,,n ?"' AnwrlOM Steamship Company My, in their report ?Sterling, In the flret In itenro from a continental port, tho ehlpe will rereiyo the lerfe freight ami petengere cf the populous ma., afar lu SHUT. rxg iIM.k'h of C' rm.iij and Switzerland, whilst at , ^oothamrton they will complete tbotr ton-tinr, with HrttL*h i foots .mil pawnfrs, and Krenrh merrbaivtine forwarded 1 from Havre, nt which port, and at Paris, arrangement* ; buvc been uiailu to secure tho traffic, i Tim I nniton I'ort, or tho 13th of April, wty? ?We have Ihe means in mir hands of pnttlrif down tho OlbWi ulave i truffle, ir we will bnt use them, without Ike |M W the ' Spanish 01 tuiy other guv eminent. Siuto dipluiuai r baa i lulled ua, it in tune we should try some other method of | aceompltsbiny our purpose. 11 i lonilon ffrralil of ihe 11th of A,wll 3iys ?The ; tires cut |? sot inn of America Is not the W"*lc of a day. i It u the slow but sure growth of years, lock at the r?U lur-uiu lll'llo VI JUIHTK U, H|>lll Up llllo H.S IIU1IV I Hill IIk"i? sects ami creeds nM thorn are rata amongst a nation of Hlndooi. Their very name*?ihetr Hunkers anil Nh.v kcrs, Uormouitcs anil Jutiunouiteo ? are a mockery to rollinn; ami what is worse still, they lend themselves, under tin' guise of religion, to maintain slavery, and call it an institution of Providence. The Manchester fluar<Jian of 18th April, nays:?A mora audacious denial of law and j) is tiro than the Hmd Seott tltu ieinu oould hardly ha conceived. Tha right "I die "rovcriign Maten" to abolish slavery within their doml1 nlonH is simi'ly and (tally abrogated; the nationality of slavery Is declared to oyer ride the local e*cejition of freedom. Thefondon THegrapk of 16th of April, says ?The anln xi lion inrty in the United Slates liavo their eye ttxid sti udily upon Cnhn, and they have, tnerrfore, everted alt their influence to produce a quarrel between the Heylcaa and S| governments, willi the o\ Ideul deteriniuuti'ia tin't during the strife they may have an excuse tor clutching tho much desired inland, aa well tut, perchance, for annexing Mexico itself. Under tho head of the "Bent Oriels in Paris," tho 7?.t ? Contemforaittt has published an Interesting article by the Couile de Tuurdunnct. The simplicity of formor days, he contends, has given < ay to experts i\ ; habits and to a tade f-r luxury, which, in dun proportion, lias pervaded all i.'ai-res of citizens; a fa. I with his not only applicable to the liihuliitnnt) of Paris lint to the whole of Kurop-1, and may tic considered a peculiar feature of the period in I which wo live?a period, he thinks, of moral decline. The Paris correspondent of the I/mdon /Vet, writing on the 13th ult., rays:?Wllhlu tho lust few days Uiu ikiUlo of ! i'aiis discovered a ripened plot to kill the Kmi>cror. and hi persons were arrested accordingly. Krom lite Interrogatories which have taken place, it appears some of there j?ersoio* held ci muiuukutiouj with the foreign secret cod cty in Iondon. The FngHsh Ambassador in Constantinople and the East India Company have given np tho notion of pesslug ttie telegraphic wire from Co?i?lantinop|e to the East Indies by the Red Sea route, and had determined that It should follow that of tlio Euphrates Railway. me jjverpooi itmsi 01 April ro, says:?r rem * stcuuii, Madras, Peuang, Siura and Manila, wo will rnnw that the exports or sugars may be Increased by 10,000 Ui 'JO,000 tons?whilst from Chlua shipments will, no doubt, be im peded to some exteut hy lite war. The amount of specie and bullion shipped on board the Indus, which was lo leave Southampton for Alexandria on the 20th ult , was X7d4,'JC0, of which ?11,777 is gold and ?7.13,188 silver. Acrounta from Bucharest of tho 8th ult., state that two days before a deputation of landed proprietors, advocates aud rrvcral young boyards < f high station, paid visits bo thv Coiniuitfciouera of the European Towers. The londnn Tine* of 15th April nays:?The new Franklin expedition we believe to bo a Quixotic on"; but who will venture to speak with llsre-poet or even with imliirereuco of the tAorta, aye, of the Uerperutiou of lady Franklin in such a cause I The American missionaries at Carton, in a report of their proceeding* for llie year 1849, say:?IVewiih to advert to the obstacles we encounter in the opium tradn, nrd the extenriro nre among the Chinese of this drug. This most aednctlve vice is uu the increase, carrying t>overty nnd dlreare wherever it goes and la rapidly imt>o vcnshlng the empire. We hare only a limited knowlodgo of the evil which this practice occasions; hut what wo sou proven conclusively its bad effects. The Paris Comtittitirvnfl of 11th of April, my?What will now become of all the splendid hopes of parltlcatinn nnd union contained in tho inauguration melange of Mr. Buchanan! Wn will sot go so fur at to say that a conflict is imminent; however, until the next Presidential election there are no lcml means of appealing from the dert I sion of the f^npremo Court. and It U corn thru this tribunal has taken earn to deprive tVwgTess itself of the right of Interfering in slavery mutter*. An accelerated postal service haa been osta''ir,hod between Odessa and Tiftis, for the conveyance of letters and specie. News has boon received in RL Petcrshnrg of the new Rrsearabian frontier bavin* been marked out on the lftth of War ill, and the ceiled territory bavin* been evacuated on tho 10th. These events had been f Unwed also hy thn retirement of the English lift ftcna tho Black Sea oh tho 2Btb. The sp*"* emigrant fleet hod railed on th? 21st of April for Canada rrom the narthtrn coaM of Scot laud, carrying cut 1JM paetcngers. They are chiefly agricultural labor era. largo sums of raaaty continue to be received front settlers in I'pper Outatia who bad previously gono out, : cldefly from iiienueukir*. and (here is etery pruepect ' that before many ytara few agricultural laborers will ho lvlt at home. If. larva roul, m?t?ber oT th? Consult* in Rome, bus t been assassinated in a corridor of lite police, lie was |>ro| reeding to pay tho clerks of tho ostchllshmcnt, and had ' nitlilii.n a pocket book containing 1,200 ..cud!. ITo was j stabLcd in the stomach, and tho a. a.-, ;n escaped with tho i sum. I damn Ward has Hven notice ?o the Imperial Agrleultn| ral 'Wlety of Viei na that he challenges all reaping ma . cloaca, const'uclerl iu Europe or America, to cnmjreUl with ! his, patented in Vicuna. 10th December. IDAS, for the sum ! of l.wsi tloruis, to cut live Austrian Jocks (nearly acven English acres) next harvest, on any ground In the Austrian dominions which the acceptor may plea-e to r,hon-n. The treaty of amalgamation between the T.ynra and Mediterratieao Railway Oomjmnles hue beentrlgnod. The ParLs ifimib-ur publishes the any*' tl-i mntift of tho hill for the pun h ue jf the Exhibition DaLtce. It is ar I tanged thai ui?* bwi* w ui? calculation ror tn? rfpure!) t e ft bo fixed a! 13,000,0007., bring the IWIll it wb.. !i I the rnptfal wax limited In thn orlnnal enneewtjon Thn 1 rtrb* ?r the company to tho State, amn inllr? to 2,<W?,000f., U to 1)0 deduct"! from tho purchase money oT 13,0)10,COOr Fast year 17ft,?IA4 person* emigrated from llio United Kingdom. Of that number llS't treat to the Vorth Am<?rlcon entente#, 111 .327 fo the United RUfee, 44 ..1*4 to tbo An. trali.iu f'lioni t and hew Zealand, and 3,7.,j 1.) other MM Mi The I/m.Ion Ji/xtrtiter of April 20, fay*'?Tho recent Arritlo'i that no man of negro descent it, or ran bo, a utizen of tlie United Slate#, Is likely to produce all tlio in i to tint conflict which we pit dieted would be it, ncccs. ary let tit The A ii nl? enariM. TT'I rEW YOB* MAUI)At KM FEW W.t FEMTVOtrVT -<? IKTY. Hi* anniversary of tliD eciety wu.- held on Wednesday, at theasylum, York \ illo. Tho meeting coinm-nrcd at pimp, ' Mr. R. O. I'arbee, of tho Sabbath School Union, In the j clinir, in the &b<cucc of tbo P x. l)r. Knox. The proceed ' lugs opened with singing, fallowed by rending the 1.1th ' i hn| tor of (lie I irr t I'm and a part of tho fath of Matthew, llev. Mr. Parker then 'ngiiged m prater. The fhiilrtnaii roll'iwwl with a .boil speech, In wb >'h h >1 tod Hint ilii-re w but one In## rf h'dnir* whom ' b-dst to lave, and that i Lcm nu tbo kvt Tt to Impoodbln to rnlij l ?t<- the amount 'if po??l that may In- e|t. < I from tlio eroittoM of thn leiy , and ?? the prccnt day it Is nr-l plea.- ing to view lie number of avenues lor doing good nlied up by holies and gentlemen nf thli rity. and moat especially by the lady pal/ou -rs'ia of tin- in titntion. lbo Kev. C. C. itowuswi then rear I tho Tier, iror's rc| il for tlie part )eir, whii b wat an Mbwila rijtaxt i SK o H0i rt'T. M/.t. To en?h peid for provKtnp#, fuel, *r 11,7*"' 2ft Insureiiee 37 ftO Printing annual report 4ft 60 Chaplain fit*) 00 Chaplain'* trarclting and extra. 1M 00 Man on 182 92 Assistant Matron 20 *-3 Burrowed money IWft I# i Intcrrwt 41 W> , I let'M lab 6J 00 I Total $.lr"40 73 <*?!? r. fly pa*h In treasury May 1, DCft 98 4.3 < Araitr of Hoildlnot fund IPX !kl Avail# of work tkne at ?ho A ?yl im 113*1 ' < aril fr< m libit. ? in New Haven *7 2ft Oteb borrowed on note 200 '?) Cn?b from kolie* in Pl?ipoiith church Bronldvn.. 810*0 i It rollf|o,l ul ll uo'wr-trv *tny 1 ' W I 40 23 Cia ii br Kub.rnptii no and donation. 2,621 26 Total .....fa,140 T3 I The annual rrptul foil*"**I We are an.'do l? jlvopvrn c ?y impel* of lierontonta; aultV" It to ray the nntnner > of nicer ef rvf'?r ma'ion n-fctrnl l?, ire cut* ilfred induco tnrnt* to the riicndt ot the iatttution to c< u'.iatia u> then- , libera of line. Tho T>?. Mr. r?-r iPTB, of Itrooklyn, then Intro , dared; to nit hr abouM aol attempt to *i\emyiiwu-no . tioon ae to how Mirh an m?million il.nnld tin e?o!'Wt*it, J Dor wouM to ronar itolnte them on a mr ?a wlilrh n** I itmljr <*riil till Arm, kt bt nwM * I'mt In la I botlng T lth fhrt'tlsn rliarity ih r rlu iM not for?, t to ! labor f.-Hrtr Imprint* tjr la the fault of mat ?irl-ttana. Oiftrtl.orttr rtaald n<* immolntr It | re rto ilia titiioa, birf ?ti<?iiW brio* Ihe limn lojUoeo Mamla'il. fbir national hirtoejt M a hMnry uf mimawHivn | f ult'iui'1 u t ui" T and therefor iluft-ra f-ont . nirliiirtipr Thorli .rlty tbalflnnrmt '. irebrrad ind a irrrtr-ent. a? * !! n- trvt, to thv" In n<v> I. mn*i mt.othn I (irw To* '*ment to Irarn the yory HtpliaW of Chrbtlutity. No fefbrto mm bo lasting whirb ilor no* dianaa l!i? ' ii'ail, mere bantanltirlaa end wial IHliMttl will never 1 i Ti <-t a cl^ii(f"; and 'to a i'. therefore, itlnT to i >e that raiijtioB vc prat" rly attended to in tbli Inmd'itlon. Itcv Mr f'rrxrttn tr rol l thai a??lntna tor I to on ?< talon, the MM, tbe -leaf and ttoanflbri ,r never wore found In T-i^nn Ion ia. They are iii? I r itt wf f iirt ttantty. tin had htar4 upwarda nT 2,000 aertocna In hla ItieUiuo. bitl bnd never heartl a rtngle M-rmon on the divine origin of marriage, *nd yr| i irrii?e woe the drsi tnttltnlioa of tha Alti uMy, before ihe vet Mi day eren. KyvU ntrrtr tired'i ed anything gnat In tho win or literature, -e rite re-|trrti~t tu t the Ordinance of wantage, *hllet Athene, through It regard for ito mnrrkii-c tie. wa* iho f *?l in I > iH li'.-ratore nnd the ml*. Anohnt Rome brld ?wny whll t h<* had rmh wrmm < t Arret k a, hot when rhe her-ame rn-entinne her power pn<s?-> l fr. ia brr. The nvithrm prevent ?WiM loll their ?ikw Umvan f.u * v a anrninir to th"m in arter lift*. IV- Mr. Hi "minkm,** n-nry from Afr?>. ma.'" a few rrn.aiki", In whi.-h lie stated that having studied sere ml African .llalcrt* dnr h* thirteen year* pari, b? never found the word rl-i tity in any <>f litem, m Wf? even Is not known tl ere The Information ?awflien given 'hat a of *'[*' * " w> ighinir npon the I th.ala c .11. rum n ' * . ho nia.lo to ranrol it. the mm of * ? *"* , nmonjrrt tke v letter* present. The rvwokyy *' ung, and the Rev. Pr. Rivi ton prononhrv I lhe?f? ' tVn, after whieh the visiters J. |- re*l ?">' P1 ,b0 **' | miturtm of U>o ?t*MMta?al ^ 5^ Thf Ntubarg llonkr. D*flc*rrnoH or the body?diotovkht or a?othM CAMEO ORNAMENT. Nirwur-ao, \Uy #, 1*9!. to tub knrroh otTrine iikiui d. Tlw lulloaniR m a deacniOion of the Ornate Ornate nv Jcred near Marlborough, Thursday, April TO ? Nao, ft Oct 4 inobea, form eteuder, oomph- ,.<*i rolr, skin "Uiooih, hair dark biown, shaved off the contra of the forehead for a "pace of about one inch in length and three quarters of an inch in breadth ey?? Hght haiel or gray, cheek bones prominent, thin cheek i, lung chin, 1 aurved near of about an inch in length oaer the left eheek j hone; teeth regular, not decayed; middle irvtieor m | right ride tilled wtth (fold; no-?e straight and rather small; bunds di lingers long and slender; skin at the uumn of the flngnrs with live |nlin of the hand somewhat calloused, skin on the end and side of left foreilngcr hardened by the uno of tin- needle; Indistinct scars upon both i logo, le-ar and bolow thu knees; partially webbed condl* (ion of the second and thlr t tons of etch foot; small molo ' on the front Inner side of left leg, almnt midway between ankle and kneo; vaccina sear ua left arm; acwnoopm fojiul on the ground u?nr the body; design?a large tr*vj inclined ovrr a cottage, ana ? child riding a doukuy over a -tun 11 bridge, nn ear drop, likewise tumoo: d?^ign ?femaia head; j in and ear drop ea' h marked with tho figure * in* tide at with a needle, body dn-wd with three sblrta; mo outside had colore !, of a cotton or woollen lotlurt; wl ite mii"lln drawei ?me. \n n.-.|lc worked a', tin) lower extremity; cliemi <e needle worke.l at the yoke. I The cor pee will remain in the vault a few dnyt longer, so that if any friends Mho rid arrive they may be able to identify Ik ./NO. W. FKNTOV. nkwhi'sii, May 5, 1HH7. The aged Creole alwit whom to much hat been Qaid as being refused permi- Ion to ere the corpse, haa been found, nnd proved to lie a respectable old colored lady lit in., about four milee fiern Nowbnrg. Wie knew no* thing of tho murder, and said nothing about her grandnugbtrr, bill spoke of two ladies romlug up from NeiS York, on Thursday night, on board the ittlodnaia. fhs then went np with them to the ?>mrt Mouse and they saw the body and laid It won no relation of theirs, and they did not rec'>i;niep it aa any one they had ever seen, flo ranch (or Hying roportM. After the body was placed in the van It Uio old lady had a crowd around her, talking a'out tho Murder. I went to her myself ami distinctly asked he? If 'be knew anything about the matter heratlf, and on her my trg she did not, 1 ruque. ted the crowd to disperse. Hh? tell* nic to-day?for I have seen her and conversed with lier?th?t-'he r< ivoUer.ts viy #kiug Lor the 'Pteetion, and hor answering mef.h&did not know,anything about dooi-aeid. An ear drop corresponding with the cameo breastpin war fonnd yestcrfny by a gentleman who was our lout enough to look ahont where the body wns found. Ami till.?, you ,*i ?, a thoug evld-uco cmie* iu slowly, are hope t j identity the body and And out the murderer. Another IdMer fYwtn Wellle Dnlton to Her The following in another of the letters which lfnr Pulton wrote to her husband prerioon to the com m?acrment of the action for dlTurce lathe Rapremts Court of Boston:? Turn. 2d, IMS. My Mich Uixoved IIihbsvd? la our mooting oi'ye u>rday I -en a bright ho|<e nnd prospecla of a happy future before me. ?>h, dear Frank, I bupe the day will coma when we shall ho happy, soon. I fool much happier than I did yutU itUy. I h oi now wt u I had a dear how baa d to live foi , before, I frit as if I did not care to livo?1 tud mlhiiig to live fur; butob! * hut a beautiful thought now fills my heart?that I have htm, dear frank, to live fw him ami build nil my future hopes en his strong arm, and lean on his dear words and weot r milne to ononurage no; mid if I should ever falter T have Frank to say, "Cheer up. Neliie, we ' hull soon be happy." It room < ax if I eouUt not expresa on pajier my thoughts; but I long to fly to his arms and lay my free .-live to his, ami thou tell him all my tirnrt, Frank, 1 have done wTOdg, very wrong. Young xi I was, 1 wn led astray. I won tenuited, and In a moment yielded to the tempter. Oh, when I think of this, it seems as if I mud b ar myself to ptecoft; hot he, tho ti mpter, is iuid low ill the grave; would to <*sxt he tub! laid thf rc long before he did he thorn. Will you now lakq the erring nno hark to your heart, again, and say, "(W, child, your hushand forgives you, as he wonkl wish to Ixj forgiven; go and sin no more, if I conM know that he, nay husband, forgive* ue\ ?nd would bike me buck ami away fioui Ih?Um, I would ask no more. I smitl sham poverty, hunger, sufferings, wdh you, and 1 wooM lovw you so dearly and make you so happy. I know I xu m.ike ihrtr Frank happy; for, oh, I wan Id try so hard to mrke Mm o. Frank. pie so yourself in my situation, and rontaler all the fircumaiafioof, and wretched all am. tay, would you not wuh to bo forgiven; im, I .*u not real..1 my situation when I want| to ho forgiven by Krnrk; ?wy, is tt rot nbne-t cruel aft?r what I nvc fUB'TiMj anu i wits wining vu buwt it/r .1 umoj h..y. * ill you not, r;in you not forgive roe, and lovo mw I antj Inn Willi Nellie agamy Do not iay, you can1 Dot, nuy, will uot kivo iim?, and hwvo me to wroirhodnos* to struggle with tins hai>t, cold world, with do husband to toll Diy thouglitii 'o. Hut .- till, dear one, should yon pronounce thnt awful word, 1 mud tlko a woman bear up M bo d I can. Frank?I am a woman in every -enca of tho word- aud do, uhl do not, I Imploru yoo, cast rrv from you ili liitfl my misery?but U-t night you talked no kindly to mo, and now thorn ts n bright thought springing ?P "? my hrart, or it loop may It Inrtt. t hopu to fee you again roon t have Abhte, Abhte to day. * She rend* lier kindltrrt regards to yon. nnd also William, andAbble rayf rhelms anengug'tiientior Ftit'.ay eve. and "hosajslf It la an convenient f?r you to Call Thursday eve alio would like it, but if jou have any eugiviiuiml aliu will try and defor l,or engagement until another brae. W ill ?ou plea-* to "end word by Fdward to right, if it would b.) cunvMienl lor you to romo Tbnrndny evening?if put, bo rare and fend word by tklward, If you |>lea.r?, darling. Frank, yon plea e excuse this witting, as I am not well to day; my orm feels very lomo today; I have taken a little cokf, I and It hm aetiled in my limbs, flow I wt?h 1 nouM bo en folded in your arms to nteht. God hi ess yon to night, dear one, and may you bo happy. Mooing to see Tbur-dgy, I retrain your own dear wife. N <!JJE. : iifKiTBKHgyre wwira kbit my. I fUMMAIa ' "flW.lRP - KB \sTI'H I.. UK FnnkMC. ny I uprJt'" Wat< rtos n, I'otin , eumn lo lids city no th"*! January lord, and put IIfi . tti'fmpoNtau II e l llu wag 1 known te r .i*.. >raas irted Snnk'ng h i. iness In Wall s'rewt 'he d?y following, since wh"-h ludklnt has been '.ear-l front h'm. Hi' W WB In money and a gold wa'rh; was J feet t lie lies high, Stout In.Ill, ? d til o k lislr, se t wire black globe. His trunk was fo in t .at 'he hotel, ronutmtng hU 11 lliir.g and fiiVI In gold whi-h he bmnsht fiisa h'nie A reward of |.'?) was offered by his frlmds, w he h the* renew, for any III forms It. m that shall lead '? 'he lindinp ol els body, or lo the manner of Ate .tWappc" gyw. He ? ' y. ne in '.? of nnl nt h I u ler, and Mule teklt remains of hoi liatinr been murder' I. Any Iniornjauon may i - 'I > V ' irlis. 17 Maiden lane. Atot'Sd I.SftV. Ft.t.KSf IMgPltiais WUO ARrtved in thirdly In the steamahlo (Aa'osna, fmn Sfew Dr'esns. left the sbt i In a ?a, h on TuSwday kMWWM tank ami was pturrd by the driver w-rh her tsagrage. mo- lug' iss Irm hs. al is hi lei, Al r 1 i i>u lb'"?''1 wit, sml bring nr i ndre r'rvryi r lost tr rwli i r.d fi ,-g ,i j u n neoftbw hotel his not he. n shle situ-" to lint It In the ti "ft n sha k i? been compelled to lak,.? lo lginaa elsewhere. rhit driver Wlin carried iliis young loly to the hots I, oe tb? neener <if th.s ho*el who haseikundy ol th" haggnge, will ' onfer % r? tr by 1 tearing die niitne of lhnhot'1 ?nd I's l etaUou with Vtiushai ! Hi. n ns, Mayor's ofltue. All At tir l.fn'r.R At, RIM'fStlMV t VII d< KHH fKiHul fMfifMiinr wMl * nrl*' lm m#* fr n #.f rpretjs to ihntHtiyt vt?hr- ti> mio r rror; a _ . s w a. ... . e ..m-s, . . . . | 1 Urfy. of flMH:ial ?umjiti4. Vt iHfc -*1*0 r*A?mr tiitl, ?%* ih? - ftilwitUrr ?l*>*,ni4 Miu*ttY m livvtimtiMH Vf b?f i A.??!r^- %!!? *. fT"* I' NKliRUAIIi'N WAWTr.f*?11 ft RLI.K* JI !><??. H* hey iMirlinml, "kerb ? Moor Phe arr1?r4 here ? >*? ?? I a-erlin #* >. Auy to1' Mltaitoti reapeeluk her ?t I he '1 inkI lolly r<rrwe?|, l.y caHn.* on her hoebaoil, 174 Ttitory y(roet, 1 Hiii*A1)U. J f A*-R!:*i r niciRM.?mu.i.iowr or fH)l.taARM.?AUi 1 J J lubweetml In ib? rw. '-rr nf the "nm-n in l-jmrrex-e pr?>i perry <n Knylnmt, n/t?erite?l nj the lll?b four! of lAianeery, .. |.f? whbrmi Ael.r at "b? v. <i nf Rn. <*)? * Prwiirtotor, I h*,.**r UAtn. m ?ro*?rit. w. r. VfT?s*t>*0-?l!?<ic rrnnrART w. ?t iju ruer. j?I ?SI 1 about Ju T?ara, tell and r|en<1. r. fair ht r; ahw '?ft per kllnktlon at llenry .lonoa', f* lAvn?n*?n Wreet. "rook lyti. 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