Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 9, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 9, 1857 Page 4
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4 not leave there bhortiy, where in> mother and two brother* Hare. Q. W irej our la o bretbens In the L.?u*e the entire oven I lug* A. Y(*. ?lr. i <4. I'i<l > ol gv uulf A No, sir. I Q. H ho el-c wv ie the taw that evening? A. Mr. Eci.ii;, 5*2. Ogn.. - imj ? tvbuL ( g eru. Ki.ti.i'' a rimtUiJ.. g. 1 j our n.oiherrigtn ban led or lc?t harder?' A Right i I Q I Hiring tiic evening <lid any portion of the raniilj |f?\i 11 . I .* A Jnoio.jiia.-* a?J lUlvr iUd. I Q. I id fckel $u out? A. Yen, .sir, hu did. g W h-ilim lid he return: A. 1 really cannot tell; 1 , think it naiMiHwhi'if Hhniit nine nVinci 11 fir* t-rni rnmemb-T ihe fart that he rtir! return? A. I I do. -ir q. Where did ymi 6r*t **? hint after be returned. A. Jr. the ttiirtl rtorj frout ri-WD. . q Whore bad yi'ur mother been during that time* A Cr ftalre In the atilc, I thin*. i Q IV j on recollect who was lo the third story feont room ? her IVkel went In* A AH the family, I think Q, tri o do you mr an by all the family r A. My two els tors and brothers, and I think Mr. Urodgrass. 0 !v yon recollect that Mr. Eckel brought anytb'ng Into the room with him? A Ye?,etr. Q *btwa-llf A Some candle*, Ars and orange <J What was done wfh r be got into the room? A I dont unde'stand your que tioa I Q What ?'a< done by unyhody In the room after Rekel Cetre |r ? a He was rolling some noeils tor the bird*. Q. Mr Eckel? A. Yes, wlr. Q. now mrsryWr e wtc there In the room? A. leant I exactly say ; I remember I Uilnk 18 or 17 birds; may be lore. i Court?Canaiioa* A Yos.sir. C. linages? A. Yes. sir. Q. To whom did they belong! A. To Mr Eckel. 1 U AlW luung tin-re hsxU for the canary birds what thon bcourreu f A. In regard lohiiu.' Lu regard to any body?w hat U the noil thing you remeaaberf A. I really cannot way. Q Ho you remember who her Eckel left the r.ootn frst r Mr. Suoigrar^? A. I really cannot Bay. Q Did both af them Wave the room? A. Yea, wlr. Q. Wher - was your mother when they left the room? A She wm Ja the room. U V> rieu Um.- buy j lull? A. Slie was in the room. ; Q. Af cr Ur. Eckel left do you recollect any thing about ft nolo hat was loft there for Mr. Eckel? A. Ym, sir. Q. WkM *m (tone with ttf A. Mother went I* Mr. Betel's bedroom door aud g&vo It to him. Q. Well,after they left the room oo you remember whether your brothers who had gone up stairs to bed afterwards raute down again? A. I do. <A Weil, dki they go to bed with Mr. Sotxigraas or after turn? A. 1 think they went back with him. ' Q IV. you know whether a light was loft up stair- while they were waiting for Snodgruas to go up? A. I dou't. Q. Fow king was your mother at Eckel's door after do livcrlng that note? A. I think she was there scarcely a MMBonL Q. blio came immediaVly back? A. Yes. sir. , Q H ucre did ahe go w Leu she came back? A. Into tie third story, front room Q Thai is the room you hare spoken of, where the birds Wore? A. Yes, (dr. Q What dut you and your siMer do* A Retired. Q. All in one bed or different bods? A. In the same hod. Oourt?Which retired first? A. I don't know, sir. Q Do you remember your relative imeitioaa; who was Ui the mddk? A M< (her was in the middle. Q. Ga. yo i give lb.- time exactly wheu you retired? A. I bdnk It war about 11 o'clock. Q. Iw ye. know any data to fix that* A. No, sir, 1 would not like to ny;I thi ,k K >u b ut It o'clock SWheo you reired did jou go immediately to sleep* Ihluk mt/tkor did, hut ni-tor and I laid awake some time talking. Q IS4 your mother leave that bed from that time till daylight nt at morning? A. N , sir, not to my knowledge. Q. irtmi btr pueiiiuo with reference to you aud your eirtcr, ooutd she get out without disturbing you? A. No, fttr. 1 don't think she could Cowit?Hid she hit * o on the o .t-ldo of the bed? A. TCic bod stood tn the middle of tlie i'Mm, the head agaiiul lie.' wall, and I was on the trout side. y Theio were two ouUides, then* A. Yes. sir, and she WW* tn Oie middte. (A M as that the usual positioo tor your bed? A Yes, sir. Q. It ha ttaod there ever since you have been is the tease* A. Ym, aii y What urewa did your mother have on during that cvruii.g* a. A black silk dress. y. Wd she change her dress during the evening? A. No, sir. ?. What di ? -.? had she put on, and was it different, next morning* A It was the samp Ureas with a different skirl. Q. Do you know whether the Coroner took it? A. He did. Q. l*iring the w hole evening, front the lime you returned ut 4 or S o'clock in th-- evening, did you leave the house tiff the next morning? A. No, sir, I did not. Q. l>uitag the early part of that evemng, w here were your A.' What tune do you refer to? Q rt'fnre you went up stairs, were you in the p*r]or A f w to. in the parlor before I went to lea, and lliore was t nobody there. Q. Aflec lea you went directly op stairs? A. Yes, Mr. Q Neat nan rung was you awake when your mother got tip# A ! think I was Q. IVd she go dow n stairs before she was called to break last,to your knowledge* A I could not really say. I < Q. Were you at breakfast that morning? A I was. I VI ui < u* ii lu ui faviMi uiu juu uuuid ati/ining unusual* A No, Mr Q During the nigh', or al any time in the evening, frem the Uuiu you returned at 4 o'clock uuul the moru.ug, w him you went to breakfast, did you discover or hour any uau anal roiuui*' A. No, sir. Q. Did you notice any unusual appearance In your BioU?er or any pereon In the house? A No, elr, T did not. Q When dl<1 you fit at bear of the death of Dr Rurdellf A. n war In the"morning, shortly after breakfast Q. Where were you wliru that death waa announced ? , A. in Uie third hum y front parlor. Q War yo?w mother pre-ent A. Ye?, r:r O Who announce 1 th? death f A. Hannah, the cook. Q Previous to that time, bad you ant knowledge or to- , farm... ton whatever of hla death f A No, air. Q Have you now any ku. wlslge of the L.ne of his death ' A No, air. y. Have you any knowledge of the peraon who was the 1 Cause of M- death? A No, Mr, I have not. Q. Have you any know ledge or information on the sub , Jert eirept m hat you have given in your teoUmouv as a I ?itrow., isthi r here or before the Coroner* A. No, air. Q Have you any knowledge of any clothing or wearing apparel of any description? A. Not any I Q. Hare you any knowledge of any shoes or any leather bar-tit been burned iu that house that night.* A. No, sir. y Had your mother any draman of hers missing after that ngl'tr A No, etr Q. .ii' bad tbe xaine dresses after as before? A Yes, sir. Q Have you any knowledge of any persons having been etisrtn Ihat'bouse that uigbti A. No, nr. Q Wore all the dreesc. of your mother and the other ttrouparts of the house submitted to the examination which tbe Cbiooer made nr caused to be tuade? A. Hiey were. I Q. The More In lh< b..uk room of the attic, was that u*ed to tlr<w hy? A. Vi"f,air y How was It at tola period or time? A. There was no wood rut of the right rlr.ii to eull the Htorr Q Ptd you ?om<titree have a coal fire In that attic? A. Yes, air y. For what purpose* A. For the purpose of dressing *?F y. For who to drew by? A. Sister and myself, y War that an ordinary or unusual Using for a Ore to bo there? A No, nr y All pertooiir ol the family went there? A. Yen, nir Q |< theie a door from Mr. Uilmnnn's room looking dlrecti) into Ums room? A Yes, sir, there tr y W lira yon heard of Uie rnath of Dr. Burdrll antiouroei! on Saturday morning, It was announced hy Run askl A Yob, air. y. Who' do you recollect af to what occurred to you im media'el) on that announcement* A. I really ou t know. y Was you coo.ciour of what ore irrod after dial nn itomieement' A 1 don't remember much else, escept that Diy airier hlnlel y. Who was the next person you remember seeing in the room after that announcement? A. I think It was Dr. Kit in y Could the window of the attic be seen from your room? A. Yea, Mr < Q pn yon recidlect whether, on tbe Friday night ef his dealt, a iirht a a. left there for vo.i or Nnod.-ra.iH to r > In I i bed ? A. No, Kir. Q I wtiii toa-k nor <|umtKM< which I think ha* not been | naked TV bark do<?r on the floor on the level with til" fiarlo-?to there aiiy tod' to that -tonr?tin" door toxditi,; olT ( on IV l?u k ?o?.|' ? A Tltoro to nothing but a look. g I- there a table directly in the rear of the door * A Ya?, <dr, there ta. I Q 1? th?re a door to lhat *ubto leading to yoor yard ? A Thore ta Q |io von know whether there *w any e**tnlnatinn to re whether tkat door hid been locked over night? A. No, air g. Wtiere did thai door toad to? A. To the Mahto. g And os tin back stoop, what 1* there? A. The Uh? , takory Q The l??ovK?or? of lb" Hurler, where Or Wileon and there wait r A Vok, Mr g H.at al o wi i it.n'n ih< ) aril f A. Yew, Mr. g. Tim stall to ronu' cV rtirecth w .til the t ard ? A. Ye*. . Mr ' g. Who occupied the ><tatito* A I don't know, g h wa. s? <ccii|4cd by vonr family? A. No, Mr. i g tin yon know whether the "taMe door kefg loMe ed or aoMotimo" kep? nrv-n?th" door l?adinr into yonr yamt a I don't know 1 g Wan there morn than 011c door leading Into your , y ard* A. No, air, only ona. ' Q Ito yon knew know whether Ihr window of the hall ?I mean the hall of the aerocd atory?whether that windaw war knt* bolted prrriou* to that, or whether it M i km fastened up and down? A. I do not. ' g. Yon had nothing to do with the Cartoning of IV borne or any pnn of It? A No, ?|' fkrww e??mined by UiK TKdrtrt Attorney?g Tha clock Mood on ynor mother> ffiantolpiaoe* A Yen, air. Q Whtwe wa* Mf A. Rcklr'a g Wa* there any other clock In the lioaaa (hat ni'ht? A. N# Mir* g T^ha room of yotir aider and jotiraeU ta ta tbr attic* I A.nb g The mn ?i -yi' of wa- in tbm corner* (pointing ! to the madoi nf t ' Wiae ) A. Near to r g What fbraMora wa th. te id it < that bine? a I i Mianri, there Kay" A. Cher* and trunk* and m??t,. 1 Ktann It mat be Q W hen did yon tart remember of there being a flrn ia | Ml* gtWi? A Hi m- time to I lull w?>k. g U ?- it on W.ttn-wdat? A I tar'I nay wheth r it | W* W rr t .'.<)?) Or Itefor* Wednr?.!? V, ii W a ihrre to e on lhntntay* A. I cotild not nay. Q Vni i'i'1 my H ?< itiurvrki) f A. No, nr. t> W ben <1mI before Thnithla)', elect# In thul ro?.Uv A ITi' nl'. til lo-forr 0 * ?' ?rb< ii r1t?i jnnf *M*r U'l A Tin ??>" r?*M ij ll"? krtig t a?l Uii? b"-o four room* A. T cxn't r iJ IK* I<M $. Q About how mnnp month* or wrel. f A. I oould not Hwd jro-i been in there on* manlh' A Ob, je? nlr, aereriti month* Q Were >ou ?p In tbt- room Friday night f A. So ?tr, I wo* not Q N<? there m nil* A No nlr Q Where <1M too drew* on Friday mom ng* A. I think war on that room NEW YOS Q Iii tb!> room* A Ye?. Q. Vow >v a Leo Hannah uua? lata lb* room and ? t.o< need thui It. Burdell was dead. you come lo jrour bl?l<t who woe fhinthif* A. Too, tool if all I ?ur? mcmix r. y. W here wen your A. I tu kukI by the window, lewtljjJ. Q. WloU did TLaumh ba) * A- Sb? m04 Ute Dn tor U lent'. Of inordered, or Komelhint lethal effect, I know aha iai'l luurdeied. y. Ai d where was your mother then sealed' A. I think ui :t: the door. y. How long did you continue standing by your aistrr? A. I could but btaie the tune. W bo wtu- the tit-xi person that came inta t room ? trr It. Mrinf a. I think It wm I?r Roberts. O Wht4 !so came Into the mo nil A. I don't remember Q The bureau in your mother's room stood l>. tweea the aindo?>? a. Vf#,blr. Q. Arc there brackets at the Bide? A. Brackets at the side. Q. Arr there curtains to the window* or close Minds ? lY.gli h Minds? A. There are shutters, wooden shutters? y. I>o jcu remember whether the note for Mr. Kckol ar rived In the early rart of tho evening* A. No, air. Q Hid yon sea It in the parlor? A No, sir <> When did you hear of It? A. When tl?ter and mother ispeke cr it up etaira. Q Thai was the Bret you heard of It? A. The ftrtt T henrd of it. Re-direct ?Q. Vou say you were not up In your Bleeping . <<rm that nlgbt? A. No, sir. t! Did your Bister Helen go there? A. Not to my know ledge y Whero were your night clothes got to steep In* A To leep in? Q. Yes. A. I could net say. y. What was the reason of your sleeping there that night? A Oh, sister was gotng'away the neit day. Q. To school? A. Ves, sir. y. Did you see the pistol produced here yesterday? 1 I did. Q Do yon know how your mother got that? A. Dr. BurdeU gave It to her. y. How long before this occurrence? A. I don't know. Q How long do you remember your mother having It? A. It was eome time. y. Was It whoa you were living in Twenty fourth street, or after you moved to 31 Bond street? A. In Twenty fburth street. By the Court?DM she hare it while yon were there? A. Yes", sir. By a.luror?Did your mother eew with her left baud' A. Sometimes rlie does. y. I>o you know the rrasm? A. On account of rheumatism. y. Was she right or left handed previous to having the rheum ttism? A. Right handed. The next witness called for the defence was John M. Perkin* He was eworn aid examined ax follow*:? Q. Mr. Perkins, what is your occupation? A. I uu a lob her of boot* and xhoex. y What, ctr? A. I am a merchant Q What is your place of butdnces? A. 29 Cortl&ndt dr.-et. y. Where to your reeldeooc* A. 22 Seeood xtreet. y. Where dio you reside at mo lime of Dr. BurdeU'a dfHiiif A. At >2 Rood street Q. I>o you know, by rtpht or otherwrixe, Dr. Samuel Pare vy? A. I do out know as I do. Q. 1 'Utl not ask whether you were acquainted with him, but whether you kuew him by sight? The < Curt?By eight or otherwise, is the question? Wiuie-s?1 d <n't think 1 do. Q. 1k> ynu know anything aboit that dof of his?that I laiuou.^ King Charles? (l>i iguter ) The In.-Uict AUoruev?We obg-.su The Court?The dog is not in lln> case, la-fondant's couoxrh?What 1 intend to prove in. that i that dog? The Oort?Never mind the dog. 1K b nunnt's counsel?What I intend to prove to, that ' that dog tamo to this witness's house, aud be camo after ( her. The Court?Never mind the dog: I can't permit anything i to be asked about It, because I would not allow it before; ; (to the wltneoo,) gt?M> axide, rlr. Pefcndont'x eoun.-el?If your Honor please, Dr. Parm- ! I) slated that that dog never went to any other place, aad > we? The Court?I should not have permitted it if my atten- I turn had been called to it. It l? of no importance; it could i bxve no HflMK" with the Jury in any xhspe; It i? of no ! consequence whether the dog run one way or the other I way. (Laughter.) HKVHf B. SMITH'S TBSTTMOST? The dog testimony being thus rejected, the defence next called Henry S. Smith, whose testimony folio vb : y. Mr. .Smith, have you been up to the premises 31 Bond xtreet to-day f A. I hare, xtr. Q. Since the recess of Uil? court ? A. Ye.=, sir. y. Ilaie you exannned the rear of these premises? A. k'e?, air. Q. State the result of your examination in reference to aneioer?nr*i, a* lome incus oi me i-itetnoui nror?{ i Thi- PUti icl Attorney?I oI'JvcL The question in cut Low t ia to day, but bow it wa; at the tine of the murder. Defendant'* c vunsel?'The question is withdrawn. Q. What kind or a lock baa ill Thi Dirtilcl Allot ncy?That haw nothing to do with the r*-r, what lock is Ibeiu now; but what lock was there at \ Lb; Urn. of the murder? Q Nate with reference to the care of the rear window of 1 tfce t-econd story. Tli" Court?lite window in the hall at the bead of Uta j hr-t UiRLt oi t-tiur?. Witness?The object l?, I believe The Court and lastrict Attorney, simultaneously?Never 1 mind the object Witness?Tl.e premises might be entered. Ti e Court?N'o, no, stat" the position of the windows. Witness?There Is a shed covt ring tbo piazza immediately under the window ol IT. Uurdih's room th... wight he very easily mounted. The Court?Never mind how it might be. Q State in what way It might Ibe i1-1rict Attorney?We obyi-ct. Q Hate whether there ia a petition and fence or what there i? there. Tlie Cnurf?Htnte what there ia there, w line*?I wt< about to do that The Court?In the first place there Is a piazza and a 3hed; ' what ir the li^Uaie froui that shade to Ihe window above i Ihe >lie<l? tl Ui-'-s? Itis a mere trifle. The (ourt?A mere trifle; but I want you to tell me how E'.i t, It 0Witnc*s?It is three feet or leas. U keprat the anewed. The Court?lie wud It *? three feet from the shed to the I window sill. Ilv ti.u Court?Now what ia the bright of thi." abed ? A. 11 l.ould judge about fifteen feet; it m ay be a Utile , more. By the Court?What is thr width of it, air? A. WeU, j right crtrn feet, pet baps not more than si*. By the Court?W hat is the aecesi to that shed ? A. There t? a fence dividing the lot of 31 Bond street from the lot of 33. liy the Court?How high la that fence? A Well, It la within four feet?it rtsea up within four fret of thlashed, I rbould aav four or four and a halt, as I stood by It, it come pretty clu e to nty chin. y Man whether there is another window near that shed? A There aru three w indows. H Ftate whether there are sheds Immediately adjoining.' A. Yes, sir. l:y the Court?Without another partition between then,? A There are divers heights; every bouse seems t have a sbed. and they are not all of the same height; I si .1 lid till I k the neat U higher ll an this nor; there ts also a ladde r tn the y ard. By the Court?You don't know whether It wan there . U'-t winter or nnr? A. No,sir. Ihi Court?That wont do, sir. t, I mi ytn ob tvo whether there mas n stable ia the | nart A. There ts a ntebln in the rear. Q Is there more than one door ? A. There are two | door*. f.-v-me (oufi,.-|oii aio-e here, two or three of the counsel ar ' tl.e Court shaking at Uie earn--uine O, der being re tored.tbe esarntnation proceeded] Q How ia that .-table door fastened r A. By two, three, r.r tour nails nf?? the inside Ci I there an entri're to that ftnhle frem Bleceker 1 t'.reeC A The-* Ik as entrance from Bl'-eekor rtreek (.' The alley leading In r A. Vet, *1 r, dividing all the kL< in Utiid trwt. ( rrv? i'tatninai.ii?i by the Dt-trtci Alt wney?Q Are you Ihe own- r or occupant ot mat etabh f A No, eir. g Ihw yon fttt b?n 'tai? brtorr mdajf A. No, etr. ( Q l<r a Jorof?I want U< know whether yon obtrrred bow f if a t?rM'H could |n-? ? ach way Com tho?e -he U? 1L< Court- Thatts twit l-gal evidence. I m-M exrludn It; j It In tn re o|4ut"t). which wou d n?t bo any better than ?< rv Vatican ree for youmelve* when you vt.wt th? ; jir? <>?.??? to morrow morning Tlir lumr mM he a-ked Iwoaueelt wan an opinion which he thought uiifc'ht be bet'er than hi* lie w?? tick, aol Jill pot know a* be ahouM be able t > go the next day. not At.Lotrrp to kxamisk oroiuip. ouxNnimiia*. The mtiDHel for the defence t ailed (ieorge Cunniugham. g. State to the jury whether there wu any ladder ta Die yard In (be latter part of .Unitary iaeo The [lUUict Attorney?We object, fbc the reason that the alipeea la not on the etan !, and ha? heard ail Ihi* teetiraniy. ilea a child tt hate refra.udd from crime exam in ID* The fVeirl concurred with thlr view of the case, ard do ftndaiit'* courrel did not prere the point. DBl.KN CrVNTNCttAM RR-C Al.t.lCn. The def<pre then re-ea'led Helen Cunningham to the ?Und. i>nd examined hrr upon thti point, at follow*:? Q state whether there wa< a ladder in the rear yard. A Vr?, 'here wn? a ?tep ladiler there Rf th< Court?What Ik the height of it' A. I don't kt ?*, II ?a? the > ame one that l? there now. B> th- Court?The ha me one did U there now4 A Yea, rlr T Court?I that all the que dion* y>u wi?b to axle thU witr.". .it (o ,i: el?Call your next, Mr. Clinton, la-', i lai.t'a eonn" I?I inb nd now to ahow that Frkel ha ht en in lidetf lh a neparate Indictment for tin* uor . l?fle|.oo Tie l iKt'ict Attorney?II li part or the record* of (hit f urt, sir. Ik lendantV four. |? |i j- M, conceded? Ihitrki At' -it* y?It t* ^ I? Hieiant j- no it, , i?ia>, therefore, cioce our n ohmoay j It e I KH-rt?la there rmhlae further, Mr llallf I. nig tTol It the nttniltr, th-- C-eirt aald four I liner wo .4*. a ri*n- I pi ea h -lie I - t. - croc n then aro*e. a- war ?tinpo*ed for the J "'!* 1 ' mntexwa.ig hie Humming ,fP- an?l tne aiiecta j "mr.irr]. . !>?,! 1,4 .. I ? I' j < llnnnf |4t . t ' I. rii .iiy !, V lhat ih# Court | ' ri ?. >-< I,Mil In In- r or m tit ? TM? trial fin i <<1 l.vt m> ii U7, m trn n cI<*k mjr duty In thn , i l'ii ' n that ( rnnrtMt labor f em tlua hour tu IbU Tli< I in. Innir In tin nii'lit niir day, In ivtiirh wn h * I-1 l>rna br? niii*' Ir. flOti-nqnnftt of Ih,. frn?l I'lf-lirr >< trMniw-<? wltMh Ihn prn- 'Minn n||?M, I .1 n'-l i 'ipb a frr-M nnmlmr ?IT|> rallnd who were ' 'ip,ai? hnd rrn-nnln bMjnrn Ihrv trmtM hn fri r>< 'I n fifwnlfift HfM'nrh nf Ilia rrmrvrl, and vrtrr thil* I II Int. bwa HW' oar) for II- In ,tr a? If I It*-y ??rc If orti.a. *i did on Win w Uit ( nawuliiia IK HERALD, SATURDAY, v< tiki mA ??11 llfc B Ublil iLr?w oVfait k /*-to(4ai ?A< t town?I aaj, la MimtKW of liut tokur, I bar* had nc | Urn* f<? rati W) hour *mt **?% txti la m?uai m hour totor than at) ?Ahor r?ur? tr 1M? My, a* that any , cotrt to Ihlk em to accu-knn.<4 to W tn ?.**kto | TV Court? l>r?rtl to* to nay Mm mv avwiato upon . It* brtch Id tfcla < it/ tuA uiifra^uraUj >H Into* than th!? J to mim luatoto** Ui*> kava aai until <** u* t?? n'uk?-k to . th* micniD4, and u k ray dot/ to ra^vfut eoaaael k yrx> ct*A I |?fet?do?il a rauaiel- M tr. If your Bnr.-r pie?e<- a tmm | ut absolute W,-Um U w > * , ?f I pea- | CX1*1 under -w li uiMtaMMidni, la 4t> m) 4ul) ? )(<' , Mil, u the public, atrt to tbw Court wi jur) If ?p peu | cecd, II r??l?4 t>e- mm--1 ipt.. nifht h ci* b? enmrned to a < irow I ?tia?l ibm haeeumetn d !*? ? the eel ! droce, ?b<* umajf N ta due order ' Ihe Coon?1 will eee If | mi iru?? * I <^*VTnm* * , would facilitate auUUia If owe J ike umaort aouk i?b ay U> i,If u IV "hndartTr rw*>M I kreo mr oppflatro n laeet wtfl . rt ark M. after we hare bo?w In tin- creeled court room | a week, and alter each Mbartaaa |i>'i Th? AO- me) 0< a. mi? At a matter of court oaf wo ] lAmM irt I A w-lteltca heee teat flare lnta?< n rcaaael, whea drtMxfaul ' a-ynrfile cnulre l eald ? ' If juur Itot-or Jla.e.1 wuuM niir a eifr ? * ! practice ta tbl hietr, I W%r*<- b ettnrrty aaiiwm>"ii? la ; i. .. I Ill .weed " qtlreJ U eum up a ith.nt brtlhf ofthe aeaaeruWaa a atefe bvkI of hie ranee The rnAre of pmre4?re la of cooroo J wiililn tit* dl"?-rrtii'B of the Owiet f 4o think, that la a care tftfcU htud, alutf Hie evtdemre la lb ?aw . .Ttainly ! preeenta * ceodttimi diffl'-ewt from rhac arbV-b 'V- *t-otnf ( rv-erb of the Mrtnct Attorney led me ta a impart Weald b<- |<roj*r, loo-w <b ae t*?e (roeer"' ? are (f-w'tee.ea af ' dbiiop I'tied ability and character, that oao of them -boutd ' otv a hia rare befbre we proceed Tbe Ourt? t at all art deviate frtm the role Aaooclatt frr the defy-ace?Wo 4a aat baaw bow in m- J swer their rare wbre their frt* or* aalf made b antra aa they proceed. aad I woald art ati4a i Ibey wo?14 art ' I five on a rtatrmenrt Tlie (hurt-Yea ran mrrrt (t In them; if mey afeee ta H i" FnniT Twn otttt ft im mr uirrn to mmj The Ptrtrtet tnomry?Wa ? m hmw to lutii from the ontimr^ (wm. The Court?ttial rndl thp mutter Prfbndaot"* awmrta * rouoarl- (fight *? *KMkl MM* ment Of tfietr pTuV The Court U?r? you a right* I> f< nd?nt'? anaoriatp mmi-<i?Wr hare a right ? The Court- Vn, ?tr I hull not depart frwa the r" (To defendant'* couneel) Will a bp a?ie>at>le u> MM at 9 j o'clock to morrow mommy* Dcfe;.dant'? couneel? IT ? ouId be lo mo , Tlx- Court?Yon prr<Hv? that Uu? ia?j?ur? a heavy b?r- j 4po upon Ihp Jury and Court TVfendant'x counart? I do, your honor Our tittM harp 1 also hern heavy f The Court?l' bar* not p^?nrt that they wore uety oeerou* pcfi nJant's cov.ngcl?If your (toner plrare, the labor* of J CcuuppI are not coiifluo.1 lo the court r<?<tn j Tlie Court war adjnomed Ull 9 o'clock tluJ tour a f AFFAIRS IN EUROPE. Ow London t'lUTfpaaitafr. Iownr, April M. IWT Per turn Account qf (Ac Bottle of Buaktrf?Ueurodemq tf | tfcp Afnrtm Allkl 7ke Hurry Car* IM IhmMUf /?ww> ata TUjn rsentatumiftke "Trai Uita"?(Vwfou-ulol PoCxnpi ?Rt yai tVeqft?A muii iu mil. dr , dc Arm rw'drvm umleu mmjemerrlUfo. twit the I'rnwaa* In an account published lo Dip Trberan Govt', taka to ttirtn aalvw credit ax the victurtoua parnaa in the account uf iha Buthirp cavalry eneoo.nter. The 7 tinrt, In an able levder of this mornlnir, thunders forth against the Persian penny-a liner, the ' Own Native Correspondent'' a bo pr.uum-. te give a different arrotinl of the battle fungld Ixuween the Engli-h Enst India Company'* troops and thane of tbrir Shah. The account not only repreaeni* a fcarfM amnon1 of defeat and a double ditto of hlaugUar oa Iha a?la ?i the , English, but also put* more more men bor* du comlet fbaa j were engaged in the action. Everybody b crytng out agatnat *' In Trartata." ye1 every body goes to see and hear the rharming nccolom'.al, d In rear perdue. Lord Palmcmton wa? there (at bar iU lertv**) la?t evening. In tart. It Is wild that he araa in e?ni puny with Mr. Spurgcon, thecelebrated pl.iy artimg preacher,of the ''Evangelical Doctrine School." The iTriiuer and his white chekered friend, were evidently delighted, nor were they chocked away by the thinly clad ladle*, who 314 everything but turn summerset*, in the ballet, indeed, he of the choker, found full and frequent etr^doymcot for hie 0|? c*glues. Hit lordship * its hoard lo bay,?.th reference to the Joromoliats, "Hamnant quod new \nUUiffunl." but whether he alluded to tho lorctto, who had boon a naughty g,rl in the opera, or fcmcralda, who had been equally Imprudent In the ballet, or to both, U Is impossible to any. The proposals bud down by the mediating I'owars in the Netiohatel affair ore stati-d 10 be, that CUequot Is to retain the title of "Prince dufromsgedeNeuchatel." The princlpte of indemnification It admitted, but the amount claimed ta to be reduced from two to one million. The proposition lo substitute legal instead if polios aw- I prrvbkin over the pru ting licenses in Prussia, which wan I car led to the lTuasian Chamber on Monday by the largo majority of one, was rejected next day, government having j OoUecUsl itj force*. 1 We have no further newt of tho mlCt.-lerial crisis ia Co i peuhagt n. Marshal Set rano was to leave Paris for Madrid I on Tuesday, lo prepare for the reoe|?ion of the Mexican 1 Ambassador there. At Paris the Grand Puke OunUintln* | I* ei|>ected negt TLuin-day. Great thing* are lo be done : for him. "You scratch me ." You know the rest, , Tde Queen and the infant prmreaa are gotsg on , favorably, ard Prince Albert baa removed the | kid glove from the knocker ef Bucktngdam Palace door. The poor I Hiche ? of Oloueester remains ( about the same. Lord Fiuhardinge U seriously ill, ( a matter of no more interest than that be has been, for nearly seven eighths of a century paet, a great patron of tie drums aril that th? celebrated Berkeley (fcstle (seep tw 8hak?pere's "Richard I! ," and spoken of in "Henry IVj has been in bis family lor near eight hundred years, and Hint it Is now ia a One cute of preservation, and one of the show house* of Old the land. , At the Royal Italian Opera, Mario Last evening made Ml ; ditiil of this si aeon?stalls two guineas apiece, and all sold the day before. Tin re was a densely crowded house at i Lcr Majesty 's, and Ptcoolomlui and the new tenor Smglmi were applaudi-d beyond tho echo. Mr. f rank Talfourd's I cleverly written bur Usque, "Aulanu," more than fill* Mr. Buckstooe's Haymarkrt at the present prices, which are suited to the purees of the people Mr. and Mrs. Rarney Williams shcrt'y return to the Adetpbl. Mr .1 Murdoch i* "If tn Rome. Mr ai.d M - ("i.trW-* Kern have California at the Priiotva's theatre without the troublo and bother of croatiing tho Atlantic. I/wooa, April 24, W?7. 7h> Queen's TTrolth?A Crumb of Comfort for hrr Orrriatrd Subjects?Dangerous Ckmdttim of the Ihuhett of Olouert (or?iseparturr tf L/rrl Elgin for China?S'al Dmc in j Lsmthm?The English Co Irruyt ,V ami lo /Jea/A bg Che Ap frf/aohing Comet?Morals of the Voatrr, ?fr., dr. Tbo Queen, although reported coo vale cent, la in a very . weak Male of h >?lth. Her Mnje~ty will Immediately Wee I .notion f tr Oeborna House, Isle of W igbt, to recruit her fenglh. The excuse pern to the public 11 that the royal lad; lr particularly anxious to take part 10 the busloes* of the country on the meeting of Parliament, and therefore deelrre to take measures for her complete rn-u?r ihon after arcouchement more rapidly than oaoal. Thli I* merely an ciruse. Tl.o truth ta that Quern Victoria U not 00 well as her subjects cool I desire. By the by, there ta one eery pleaelng elgn to be recorded, and that ia thai, anticipating 1 that I>r. I>ocock'a services will not again be req I red, her j Maieety baa been graciously phased to pc na on him off with | the title of Baronet For the future, therefore, be as hind a* ! tntliiak and s peak of bar Majesty 's aocouclieur a? Sir Charter 1 liorock, Baronet. Well, fir Charles will not di 'grace the j order. He ia a very highly educate 1 gentleman and moot reputed. Hia eldest eon. a yoing man of much promise, will certainly br g Into the baronetage an unaaual anuria! 1 of learning and Intrliect Die puchtwe of Gloucester, Hie eldest of the royal fhml- ]' ly, la In a dangerous state. Iter Royal Highness 1a In her . eighty first year, being ten yean older than the mother of the Queen, the Duchess of Kent. The Durheea la aery much belored by a aery targa circle of friends. She has bved for a long time In comparative retirement, and U n kind hearted soul, beloaed by the poor, to whom aha It especially kind. Lord Hgin la gone at last to China?he left londoa on Tuesday. i hare heard It raid that he wm detained for Instruct lone from lord Napier from Washington. This was probably true?hut It is, I hellee \ thoroughly untrue thai ford Na|>lcr ever re adved power from I1? Home goeerntr.ent to ask the American government to Join Fngtand tn n warllko demonstration I stand by my assertion that his lerdshlii a as Inst ueted to reremmreit Ihe American I'pmI drDl to ontiiiienanee the Fngluh itrnvwiraiiiDi hy *inlin( a plrnl|*)Ki.UAry to * itii I/wd Hglu. and l/?rd Napier wa* de*(red to urge thta idrnngty ripen Mr Rnrbanwn You ?UI probably know that I am right tn thi- iu?'ter b? fn?e thl* letter rearhe* you. There t* Mil otv> o Minim in Frgtand regarding your poeltinn wtlh fhma, vl*. that it U alni'?t tb<- rami* a.- our nwn. Tn arguing u|?'n he malice Alto ri< aire, like the majority ??f Koglhlimen, art a*rde lli* r-ict Uiat act al h"*tilli|ei n>mm< uoed ihi the BrM-h ride on a fhbe prtrtcuic. \lb<? M ar* of the " Arrow" niw ? Who care* ah*ut her? \ .body America, England, franco, Ihivla, all font! the little Inrrha, aod arealMOrb cd in new tr< atiee or the an.' tidmcat of old on on. Mr. t.celjn Itrnlaor,a coi.idy memlier who ha* nerof dbtingulehed hlmurlf loan) way, Into be the ftpcak<-r of lite Hoto-e of Common*. lion. Neil Ikrw I- again annnignt u*, ft think he wa* here a lew ) euo loo k,) and .-<? rn. tlbponed a question Mr. I. B. (imit'r accuracy win n he riddled the failure of the Maine ljqoor law. Mr Hough wrote a private l-ii r to a f rt< I'd 111 Fotfiland H fb"lt'I'ae In'V, In wbl. h he deplored the failure Of Uie Maine l iquor law and regretted under tlie fln*i Hindu nee* hi* InaMItty tn be at on v In F.ngland, fear Tig that the new* would envoi rage backslider*. In thl. Idler he rong atnlaie* thr fri. nd* of IbU ran-* on the departure of Nr II l*>w,of w r>m he * rcaka In eery high term*, t'l-on Mr. lv>w'* arrleal In liverpml he I* a*ten Irked to hear of thl*. and raj" he cannot under'-and wh 4 could have led Mr. Orrvgb to have written atieh a letter, for, although there ha* Men *ome Ipoe fl ictnation, ?oma did < tthy and potie dhroiiragemmt.yet the rau*e prosper* in the Watewf Maine Hie flr*l of May tow approaching will he one no- to he forgotten On the find of Mrnr we *hall have Parliament ?|m ii am! the fate of the Brltirh Ministry In * atate of onra trlntM. On the flrd Of M.iy the F.retrr Hall dlgnltartee 'x gin te awemtrie for their Maj laeciing^. On the Brat of MAY ?, 1857?TRIPLE Hay ih. Art TV< a-arer exhibition </|M<n.--at Muuche.-tcr On he 0r?t of L'tj the exiublttou of th* Royal Academy If t?al!-bl* to 'Ih- |-,U|ic On llie that of May the ertl<t? of

he Ih-yel Italian Opera n.miww a aerie* of npnratte Mitcerie at Um> OffUl Palace, and on the (list of May the laerpt- boh! tfcnr holiday. A man mist divide htm ??K l?y t?en?T to enjoy ?he pie* urea of the coming 0r?t of Hay u> I'a^ainl. Ttua *111, Indeed, be a "rod lottor" B. ' tbe r<*ilug r<-tnet (MS eel *11 the wonder reeVora agog. umI aheceeer dim g??- t?" 1* a??ed "If he hae beard hat U* world U i? be at au cud lu June?" It i< wodder 'ul, but Uti.ll.at the uuprvvrloo U (aiding ground very tut, aad lli i redulour (and their niu&i- it l"g1onl are |Oe?ltig <? th. urnfjii.g new-like wlliltlro. In a railway -am.-.ge, two dav* ago, T could hear nothing el?e tailed and of the apreulatlotu advanced were In the li!/heet degTe. nmnetng Tt r oarrv ai d tVatrrc are doing bat an average hual wan Th" Ad? l)ht baa Ma lamo 04c.<te, but not aa ret Kr W?b-trr The rrrowiNation la complete, neeertheirae, and th. manger and d'rvctreaa will again appear to f it.fr | half <o?:it?ed an explanation Of the wl hitrawal A it. tat' cted luir tron thu theatre. The gentlemen of Ibr pme here are no bound up bjr Obllg tPoa.i to manager1 Pat tbee dare not ?ay a word to which three magnltlooB "cm tai e eerejuton I am rot order ntieh a ban, and h. rrfore I am f*?* to teH yru that Ifr. Webater (bond rent ?be did not find In Madame CeJeate; and that at a (a May roan* tbo lady f-vnl huraetf at the rallwar no at HMfbknn e*prrnr( a gentleman to rerrtro her, >ui nnfhdMiiMjr frond ?gentleman and a tady. This ttf a orafer fMMt not bar,-*.nr.! for. and lol 'o the cs r, . e r I t* Madame Crlea e farm the Adelpht for a ime Mr RrAxrbi ba? aot rot fhnnd an opening here. I ana ?W a* ?ia i# ixi an wntpiwil (temporarily) at Had W? Walk, bat declined TIM Utalfl Aaniltaa Hatatlwi. it* 1.at* I'tll t ( i.tawios TUIATV?knoi.akd'a rot ter in owrt ara- rwa wthmts ruikoad AMI CANAL? ACTION Of TILK MAN'CIXSSTbK DE-, wwaAt. lbaf?Ua? tag mcmertal bar beaa agreed to la Eagtand:^. ?o nu iTtrrvr e< t*b irrarmoi mjntasa or comttmra. MaarhoHrr ftee Trade and foreign Affairs) Avfirlattoa, > It HalUi abtt*. April 11.1867. > Hr?Tb' rm?taa. bj lUe Hrnate u< U>o United Male-', of I treaty ? h Oral Hn alt:, ehleb tr p-Jt t rth as a settle lurid w lb* OiCririM-r? bet? era ILj lau countrler. with 'rap*, t to the fa. 1 Marion of the paeeare of the Oentra' am ruwi. iricn , prouiL-* a peruy riurii ui uic tfuar* ' ! w hh-fc ha- f<* t?f fw- |?i-t threatened ua wi h a ? 1 r, at t ?<r r! t kindred, and our heat raahimer' l.nf!an.1, unlike America, po-www no ??f rr ?ej mi t Hornet leety wbtrh motmfe the art too of ihe eaecwtre abroad, htrff firm tip tt* ron >rol oree the aeti tt of diplotnaT It la for ttita reiunn that appal to your Oamner, wfcleb, in the ab-iencc of Par* lUii * i t* ) cmtrol, tuny, hj ll? knot* ledjje, ex> rc.-e eowo rtaUkaM vtef the arte* of our tiov?t qom.*bi upon com rmr !r th?* pee?nt tntaare wo are emboldened to the hope rtf awan*-r>twr yoor rtffttaaro. h* the maffnitul<* of the rvw??oefT?al inter* ?da lamtred The prevent treaty, it la t. a ta.l?ajr, hilt th > vital p "J 'Ct ?.IC for a i anal, which war to opea a new eommunhtaiion taith the l? t I' ? o r. nvarkahle, ct mrrely for the boldncia of cowerpOow, ami the darti ? of pecunlarv n*k, hut ?t:ll ere ao, heeauve tt war a ouster project to the canal of *urr, whirh, at mail orprnve, an4 io rl?k, would hara arruretf frr the trade of thlr c entry tnvaluahlo adran tare* TVe NVarajrnan ranal rmiM bare heett a toorer trait*it from 1 j. aland than that by tk* (kpr ot Oood H?pe; the ratal or hot would hare -boitoned the Jonmey one tt i'.t an-' ha" t-r.'ipht onr maBofarf""* W'thtr. reach of i' ??b* .'"eaVar-of t TT.tf-per.lt r rdih.? ;>*;?:u*'*fr. m the M-vttt. rrvt an to the Indian oce-ut would hare atrcn/lh i? J our L.4U o\ t r India, a Ink- it would bare an D biiei* <i the compaction which MMaanrvtman apainrt ua t.? r. t or.riaii't trace to ftilna, ami rotaivo*wle.| for uie lore of the road thmurti Tahreer, which haa fallen to Rua ata ta the late war with Prraia. Tie* ( ! ?? u>c lake wf titataarm will ahow how complete haa hraa thahlMia ?loch haa lepruM an J the Aumm i lea el:f tenei a 1M .UeL wU^Dkl ? I M .taw >m fjaaaa Uwdor to OaVudta, miVw 7.W0 17,'idO New York to (hl<-ntm mile- f? ant) It .ttO I >n*,or l Ii'-op k r; r ' P>".to 14*40 Krw York U It ft K..u*. m Ww . 11,*10 1:,H49 Rat tf aeaauiahinrttt ta ewwted by the real of the Itrttwh poT< enatent ta enoo.jrmirnjr tht? ?rheiw.? for the errloatre VretH p? th* a trier*, .-an poop ! in thetr commmleauna be twroa the Atlantic ren t and (hUfbrnta, il h Increased to bewilderment to to t, ne atudy.ajr the traix*rtioa?, aa re ported ib the Kbrlt'h bltta hooka and the American r?era* live d?a-uiiiente, Oiat the name foTemmetit haa from 1II41 In Ian: been oorwred ta elaoorwt.Bf oootrtraore. fbe the fnietraUcn r4 Me mil arhrne Art*r a tr< air With the I fitted xtat*" hM f-mranterd Ihe tndri-rndrnce ?r Alt lb* terrtlorte* bordering on tb* Ua* lit lb* OBMi, Wr have mNd It* terrwurteu eluck 0u? mard tb* termini *Kb* of th# Nicaragua cecal aid of the ll'-ndtira* railroad TVmfti Trrr I-land ha* h**e rule.r?-1 to it- rtghifa! owner-, ike MM canal *wa?i?ii.N ij the occupation of ML Juan del Jtarte, and Bw- railwav Ueminu* ?t Von (Valine to in danf* front ner pmntlow M Roe'on Mrar*r--a h?? h*~i r----**d of b*? olMlrfM by iihIM of llf " tw tine of tb* Moaqnitn kinrd?c," (lord.i .on Knwl'l. K-ialan and th- May la tarda hero tx- n r- i*rd in d-Hanc of tb* treaty of UN, by ? Web wo Wrrraabroi Uiriii to H)wii WfbMlH MM'li ?--ur atfewl-na to a narralit'of Ibme tnr. .rt !?.? r - r \'*r- - r-~ ? ? (bat wf n ature only to ran through Ibe meet ?trtk.ng < T. thr snth January. IM7, l/vd rvmcrrtne wrote to Mr t hatneld, charge d arta.ro* at Uonirmaia. and to Mr Patrick W alkrr <<m?ul at Mu- drt le f M-mj-ttoi. r^itot Int. InftwwnUno m to th* ben ad are claimed by tb* k-ngw of bbe-l'ldo. <?n tb* l?t of ?'i hrearr 1M7. only two daew after, a boot waa Ibid on tb* (able of tbe Bmm of Cbwnow, by Mr iulkfi MuCWtefur, la wbab the territory lami! by lb* king of M-*<<un<> * a-lent uwwa a* ?>eo<1urt from <?pe Hondtira*, no the north roart of H'Wdnowi, down to hint Huppan? landing pi >o*. n-er th* P*-udo dl Veragoa ia V'-w flranada, and Im-taline lb* wbon Atlantic n?*t nf Kimrarnn and f.-ta Kira, and r'"?i nan ''' in: r-r Ob th* 30th Jua.\ IIUT. w.uumu watting fur an aw>war rrom th- oOW-iab in Ciwtpal amenra. lord Ptiro*-w>a wrot* to Mr (T??r<*td, directing btm to flnlnt fhr th* Mu af Moniuito "frowi flap* lloadura* down v- th* wmMw 'ho river San Juan." Thi? ?u dun*, raa-ertng neerrth* U w> any further claim thai u.igbl ?BM awulb or that nee*. On the Ath July l/ml I'alyeotna riwolml a led** frewi Mr. Walker, in which b* drew a lie no I he iw*p, wearily rurr-epeamntwith that boundary, which bad Bee mnmam befure beeai laid uowa by Mr Margrvwur OBlh*2ftth October. UM7. a prrtewded priry oounr.l waa h'ld at Bta Bald , and a btbr waa drawn >ip and alwwd to be ilfMd by tkwrgB Bodt-oa. arwlnr priry eNMWar. demandiDt the aurrender of Man Juan, aa aa imm*m.>rta! prwe-rion of the hint ?f Mo*<pitto. It l? mcrwary tr rrmarfe that th* Btwro anr*atora nf tb* BmllW and ihnr King wrre-t.1! 'n Afrte* when th* S|?rianta <lr?t became |e~ wuri td the |?W1 of dan loan A fimnlrh fort wan but It ia 1070. in 1TM waa una ol twotvo ml.iUry kUtioaa on tb* rlrer nf die *emr uamill waa mail' a |wmi>< envy <4 ih* mnro-l rlaea by lb* king ofH|wln In I7M, the ro>ai 1/ ?>ie * it pel led in 1MB IM Inn iMlnotr. II Iben beloug-d to th* O uuai Aneriran fi drralloti. n lonr n* that federation laxted, and fn-m IhalUiii* lurlur-d |wi-t of be aorerriau "Bele a- II had f-wm*rly for mil year t nf th* pr<-?ior?- af hlnarec-ia Tb* dim n.d- of thr King of Minidto nut liavliw b**a complied with, th* Ibitiab Cmul took him to Ian Juaa to inatal him ia bu eo ea led patrtawny. th* Mcaragnaa lag waa hauled down, the Mt>~quin> nag In* tr l. and n* a*a >w nor with ?f*'n ?uhordtaau The Nicaragua!* returned, b*?ted down the Mowf <nn flag, r< bot*t"d ht ir own, and tonk M o?? M-?tgww inn. th* luu r'.ir, w here be d#t laj ed hi? all- go, I Mgnadaen tu the d? Blind no >4 .1 an In lie a forgery by the iti-h ( Mr. Walker now rrturne?i lo HI Juan. arr..ni|?*nie.1, thi* time, t?* by lire king, but by (?i4aii. <.r*artilm4*>wer I/? h and a |?rtv <4 the Hluefkrld- mtllUa. liter ataard m Juan. defeatrd the Mrertgoali* ?l> r?|?i'ii and mww beted a rafNtulaUon t>> whlrh Ntoarerua rare up Hi Juan r 1 the mailer ib'Kild lie ri-wbii l>> the two gorernne-nte Tin* net of aggre--K? <? lire memm Male, Willi" I a ra?-e and with, ill a declaration of war, aw a c.j&<> w L.cb could en'r be dealt wilb Judicially and pen*lie line of I be ria-otui guru by Mr. UwieM fnr lite erirure of Si. Juan woe. ''thai the |?i".Uii'?n t* |<w ci|?allr eoHt|?eei| of Hrih?b and Mow|< io> ?.,l.?~ t<n the death cf Mr Walker, who |* n-hed la M.n expedition lo Hrrapmui', t *|4*m l*ab wrn i, "Owing lo the uafurtiunle dewtlr of h r Mr Jeaty'* late ag-nt and I'vu-ul '.Wior ai Mr I' Waik. r, Iff King of U? t I" t* leO aMhuid a pr>e- W?c <w ad\l>?-r. Itiu-n-id- uho .l a got < ui,real of i be ?d i iJ ?>, and th< port nf si Juan without < ittoer tiki ktraki quitan rmMM " Mr. Rw hanan, now I'rceldefil <f ibe f mo-d Mai' lh a Secretary m state ?o Mr Itdk, rs-wed thi* nuarag* won a enmplaoent eye The Kiraraguwa ger. rrmewt wrna# in him foe protection, both before and after tae we re of San Juan. Um> teller* rrmainrd uaaew red . they not a envoy to loadua through WarUingh a. Mr gadaaaaa m v-reaw him aa Am< rinaa an ) , Mr II. >ii t*. V. internal* wr fhirh.vtan lictrirvd htm ae make aa Ireatr with Nlcartg'.a, Mr If'*#, however, la I t*ara af bl* wrlit'-n iiteirui'iiowa made a treaty > th kmrar a, Eiatanteeing fer nrwemlrm nf Haa Juaa Not at the llae r Hkm rtgiied tile treaty Mr btk bod p?*a ptar?- to Ueneral Tav U?r, and Mr In* * recoil had lew a -hapari -4 fiorn Waelnngliui. lienerol Ta< lor. Immediately afVr hia inaaguratxm aa rrrwident, wrote lo Nloarmiua, olferiag to aid by any mean* .'n il of war in nhte tuog the re twralem of hit Juan Huprwdng England to bar# Www artoatod by a d# atrn of preventing 'he I'mted Hlatea from mw,-*?' rag th# arirariMgru of ih? tran it arrtw# the Irtbmut, h# aetit Mr. law rem* li Itaalm, wltb a jngMl for a aautuai nnurx L-iiIno of exrbudra adtau'agw. and aw aareemaat Dial nr'iher pwrtr kleaiid occupy, famff. ...kwuar, a# an nex, any |*rt rf f'teu Rica, Nicaragua, or lb# Mwqilo aborr, or i?ay other |wrt of t entral America tm thl* burl* the celeb-a ted Hilwer ?l?ri#n Irwatv W rnor.luded, with U?# further eon-ma thai e-iiber party ?h<?ild roaterl Into a dominion a#? a....tie# wuh or pro U-tiorate orrr, any part af the tommcr i? <|*ie*t;<m While making Ibta prorUlnh, th# T" *ty dealt la lb# moat ruthlee# manner wltb th# right* ?f the tale* thro-igb whlrh the pretrndid canal waa lo pa?~ . and wa parttcu larly call )t#ir aiiention I" ll?e ?e put ire by whk b una mrrruu *|>T<iiiiira n Him)nnHra n uigwii i |imp Biot<-<l a* rounfat plan to ?hn h .4tir?d bar tba grratra mlrwiW and than onttraly aarrltlrad, rw4hmg r> imiiiitig noopi tba lawlmaoaaa bl h i'nfWa.l bo* la Iroducail Into thu III laled raftnn, and tha ? *.!< ?>f a qoar ml with tba I'allnl (Tatar. with whom. bayon-l all '4bar t>?tioo<K N l? wir Ihloraat lo Ha* In nmlty TMa <| oarral Mch It l? not ynt too lata to prarant from tarminaur g in i fratricidal ?ar. haa ar1?an, not mit of tha oppo-tttrno to in inJuMiro by the goTamnvant of Ilia t'nilad Htetm bat by it* i?iMtMp*tk>n of that Intoatica Having |*?t|?>twHl tba tn> a--nry ranal Iran y wl'h NVa nigua to a If aty ttWk Kadaixl agaltad Ni< vw ia. tl?? I'tiitad Statae thrn agraarl to a cpiarlmp'a tr?atr |,rot?"?at by Kof an t ami arr-tgad hy f'.? a thai. hot ?b rh Vw-a ragim rrfonotl on amntwtl of it* Intarfaranr* 1th h*r maralyn rlghH; tho proposal toTnlrtng only tho partial rrrtoratlon of her noriTalgnty orar .-tan 'nan, for win h iha ww to makn comnonaatlon to lha King of Mowpnto, ho hart Mlkil It from bar. and a ranuratatlon of tba Mo qui to Shorn an far aa tba Han* rt?-f. whirh aut :laimn In Tlrtua of thr faniy of |7aa I pon thlr rafa >al on thr |*irt of Nlrantgna, Mr. Wah it?r, tho A no 'Iran forrrtory af Stata, datUrrd Utal Uio mnttor SHEET. must be Kottlorf witbi '.'t her onMMit From this Ome, how fvcr. a change took place In tir relations of Great %ltalo ' lid the Uiti ed Pi-iU ', hini'ilblod concert now gave place to a *ttn?tate<l o ipwlflonPr Creen, Oua?uI at San Juan fbr her Majesty the Q-u en ] of Great B'ltatn, and, at the Kame time regon*. for Georjre Wltttam riareLce, Ktng of Mniqiitto, propoae-l to the tnha ' b tau? of ?an Juau, or Oru/towu a It ta afllcted to be called, to erect this ei'y Into a rfr/urio Independent State. ' ??"' -.-I.- - iirniviuil urn- a.tanteJ I with i*i*uif, th* hading [ii>'U In the schema'ho | Miiui' who bad liuiu<*ilalcly before concertol one rorIn villi g buck the Klcar .g'uui authorities and renouncing the Anglo M(*mnittiui rnlc. Thtf> rniMtltatlon M'Ctitod? ... A territory of shout thirty miles square. IJfb, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Ibo V>igtl?h law, revised by the decision. of the American Supreme Court, the Inter t 0f wblch legalize* els very In the united Sta es. A mayor and council rlectin! bv universal auHrage, ell mcti'lis rcnlilcnec b cluc reuuircd fir the uiai or and oue month for the elector* Boou after a criminal wan executed for robbery, and civ Ilizatiou was declared u? be tviUbliahed at Greytown. The next Inn*,, tant event Is Iztrd Johu RuaroH's two despatches to Washington, proposing to convert Mosquito, wblch had hitherto bien a fiction, into a realityj and hintlug at the necoartty of a joint colonization of Mosquito by Ei gland and the Lulled Status, Ui violation of the treaty wlikb prohibited such colunizotlou on either aide. These two remarkable despatches will be found lu an appendix. President Fillmore requested tbo permission of Mr. Cranipltti to couimunioito the couteuts of these despatches toCongnw. 11.1s permlt.ion whs tiven by Mr Crirupton, and sanctioned h; I-ord Clarendon, and Ale Pri>sldent, tn consequence, communicated to Cong; ess something dlf ferent, via., that Krginnd was desirous of resigning the Protectorate of Mosquito. This fal-ifleatlon was submitted to In silence, and thereupon Grey town was burnt to the ground by CapL Rollins of the American Navy. Of thU fact no notice has boon taken by the British government. Such was the state of the que-Uon previous to the treaties of September, I860; to understand which It Is necessary to revert to the British aggressions in Kuatan and \he othor Bay Islands. By the treaty of tTM with Spain, England renounced ait claim to these Islands and on the Mosquito country tn fhvor of Spain, to whom and sub-equontly to th? Contra! American States these countries have ever stnee holongod, as may be ascertained on consulting any gazetteer published ImAamu UQO and 1816. Your vigilance is not required to protect the interests of our cotcmorco, not merely from danger, but from annihilation. Wo have the honor to be, sir, your obedient humble servant, JOuX BCXTOX, Chairman. Thumzt .Tohmmon Socretarv ra* guarantees the freedom pf the Bay Wands atralnst the Karri Igt.ty of Honduras, and the sovereignty of Honduras again*t the freedom of the Bay Islands, this affording a protest for the perpetual pre 'once of a British fleet com man> tug Port fMbatlos, the terminus o? the Honduras Inter oceanic railway, ?.hose neutrality i3 guaranteed iy the treaty. The ptovisiuis respecting that part of Hondu ra# wlnci bait been UenomuiateU Mosquito, ignore alto getber the King of Mosquito, ho poaqiouily net up as a claimant to the territory of four ro.-c reign States, and de 1 t lare thM.ro soon as the Mosquito Indiana shall have reded their sovereign rights to Honduras, the sovereignty of Honduras shall be acknowledged by Great Britain Thus Ilondutos practically gives up tb> iutegri y of her territory in the vain hope of afterwards recovering it The late treaty with the Cnltod States to settle tho Con tral American question binds the United States tc sanction nrr treaty with Hondttras Ju-t described, an aggression on the territory of Guatemala, by an evten-ien or the Bcllce nettlem-nt beyond the twines IMS arre?d toin tlie Spanish treaty ?>f 17M. and further undertakes to settle the affair* Vi-sragua without consult!eg that State, already reduced to anarchy hy our aggre?8lon upon It' territory like the treaty w ith Ilondurai It Ignores the Mo qnlto King, but re ci-gnlrus the sovereign right-* of the Mosquito Indians, and 1 pn-po?c* to plate Nicaragua iu the oaiuo anomalous aituaie* toward* St. Juan, which Honduras baa accepted towards Kuatan Tnla treaty, It ha* boen proposed by the United States Senate to amend hr follows:? 1. That the hay blonds be restored to Honduras. X That St. Juan be restored to Nicaiogua. , X That puwowMiry but not Novemgn rights bo reoog; altod on tba pan of the Mosquito*. Th?we three proposal* of the Senate strike nt the root of ' alt that lord P*ftner*t<>n has appeared to bo aiming at In CVuti a] America, and this tUp of the Seuate haa not been calculated uu aim |>repared by him; but It dooa not liece* artty tollow that they will be re.|e:t< d ou his part. He ran retrrt the amended treaty If that nits his ulterior object . he cat aoci-pt and then violate I., no he haR violated 1 lh< Ih.lwer-Clayton treaty. That treaty l>a? been a dead ! letter fbr every purpose, except that of embittering the ' hudittty which It va< proposed to allay, and deluging with ' blond the country whirh it was proposed to benefit We entreat ynor f>mtnh*r to Inve-ttgat* the troth of the i tatetnetwe we hare made, and should you oome to the aame ror^bieinna at wldch ne hAre arrived to take measure* far potting a atop to the prooec-lliqp. of the British government in lentral America. Hut snoh proceedings are not rouftn'-d to that epot There l? no part of the rb?be where transactions are not preparing anrh ae are have ncorded, no part where But ae To*land. In ISIS, revived b<-r prnt<?torale of Woeqnno, ae, in t*31, the set red on Hnatan. This ret turn www dwair awl, but tn !?41 'Vtlonel M isinsld, Snnertn ' tenuont id Hrtire, landed at Rnatan, hauled down the flag I of llocduraa, and hoisted that of Kngland, threatening with death any ooc who should attempt to reverse thU prism Iling A number nf hiar**, Hrtu-li subtene, were lonted |o rotori-e ?he plsre, an* tn |HM, the Hsy Islands wrrr rre?w-d Irto a Brit I h colony, In di-flance of the Bui wrrtfajton tr- sty and of the sovereign rights of Hon | dura*. The treaty of 1814, between Eaglanl and Hcndu riHii'i m ii<* ingt ncr. TWa mm? Coonm tcmul Ammxixhit-?The three un< admrou to thr coti-lujlloq of kla.viachu.sclU which were tubmitlcd to th? people were adopted on Fr! day U.I b> o dr. wu?? votr. The rlauco which require* i that were 'hall be able tn read thr rooititutlon id English I M>d write their own name, hod tea Utou.juid voUw agio:.-d It Thr following are the amendment* ? I 1 Tliat ?\?ri *<>1rr >hai| br able In r-fl Ihc eon -Utu- I 1 One in thr Fhfti?h tai'friagr, and tn wrltr hi* own ntmr 5 ljii. tr the ll - 'o of Uoprrrrnutlvea to240 tnemberf, tn l? r|?' l?l fcy dMl i? Ic 3 llwidai lor iin choice of forty Snaoiora Id ainftla i do Un ?r. ib'trad of bjr cuuuliet., an heretofore. A Nrw U" imm r* rnr Horru?The Quitman P/w TV*i, ( a frm II nrwrpaper, p-:M; liH lr Wood county, Texas, , aeya that "if the people of that arc Hon r>t thr Kate, or any Urge lumber f tLroi, desire to rid thcui. ' l\?w of the la kLub ? it macro rlatut\. we auptiOMo they hate perfect i right In do m n a Irgu. mate and mtt* tit-it.<>tial manner." TV* tr a rtretrh of common wew?* which liar not been attained la ttuu y of thr fewilhera Sliler. Ihtn Ahrirm* luaei .? ?Ilia lcigrc *ayi the ward rlec Uotte no Tuo.tay did ant e*ril? B>' h Inter vt, and the rota I lr, therchirr, a very Muil, oar. Thr Aiucrtranr and repwblii in' although tliey hAd candidatei in Uio Iteld, gave 1 Ihctn very Indiffrretit npirrt. and t by common ' rnnrrwt In Iravr the held t? Uy drmoi raU, who will have J the iwajr it the next council*. TW Tarf. r%inw rornrf, i . i?rwttttiwo to waoonh. it a\<? lirat wint tn t rarer of* over the Union Orviren 1 ?ei TTivrvday, between General TUrcy and flrdlr of Port land. mik hratr, br?* three la lire. There were eerea eelrVn for U>? rare, but rely Ihc twe m- ntkmed eoatradrd W? the perwe TV- marc in rnttretv mil of enaduioa, 1 la (vn?nufie> if a ervere rnld owtrwiel etxna Uiroe wrria tfw M? latnc la about a letigth ahead la the Hr?t heal, hut aa there had hare ?om? running hy hnth hnrar*, ! the judgm dnVdrd lh* heat >a feme of the ilrarral, aJleg tog that U>? mare had gained mnre thaa br had. The * ?|"dii m, hnwerre, g*i>re%i'1y caareded tl at the mare had thr heat, aad that thr Judge* were ir?d*ke* la ihctr rlia The wbnrqn. c* Iiii< were rlmrty ronintcd, I I by I W??y Tbe bme waa J :ia? i :ia i :w After ib* rw c the i-wwrr if the mare ad- red in match her ago.nit thr l? arret f # n,tm, or It 'iUM Ittrrl fil a j ? n ar amn at?I earn te go ?> a wag a h bnag a d#lifb'fal afwraaaa tae Mark waa writ an rvlad From are I t ei fed* ainme we ate abcty have amor rare apmt tan ? ?e?w Mr Hah ha> ag * * * a w?ger thai feu Bne MUM Hwtiw gliding, lantern, ran tr a a mile ta double imtirw tn w*g,<o* U t 3d a feat that wrier haa bene per I hemed m thu naairy |vpi to Knurr.? Ry a private Irttc fi-ma an nfllorr * ?f the nlrre neirmmi m l"i T>cow h?w *te?wn, we mtrw li?'? (he I llh >f lint, I rut Mw. eHk t btetl i WW ef thi'ty gve aara of rem fay M, d that r. gimrot, wroiit a parly ef neharee trntn, m?gty pnaniad by may and fmow r?mm. an' afW a -h?rp art.oa dr ' l.'ati'd them aad nni -red hwVy two bnmae, whiHt Oi-y | 1 had metro Ota ! am V^U liewt Mao r ta? twu af hu , te i a hilled iiMMUy aad theabi aawtatly wewmbd a ?? r|?eei a ' ingteal and a trngwe wren ai wowmted, aad two li ecre kitted and f r wo-nd.^ by ibr ar i * row af the t|akw TV dUli eat regarded aa t?dt , ninl.til,.' In It, i < Itak r u. lu. mi. A Woata'e Iiau or Hrto\? Hinmto Worn- i Mr* M C l/aar*. eaMraae ?f the bee orimii < ???* ! Bfrr-w ??v - li?M? I* hf IIXWI m M the nrwi IM ?1?0WI<I- nn to ? |< ?* . Me** thai I k? A* > * ' fto at Wn aal.r? I* a Mgfc >4 0 Mi? ate a tfcea lie- Hnmy m toe* ? raw iaaMX? : ?* ?.n<l Ma* had t On ha |4whml...i?I LU*B a |4i 1 rnu^Lm (la* I k??ua Niafet ?- wurth mur* M mark.Mai thah all lie U rMt U.ain.1 iwat I. %tt artah thai r*a? nrwj the ??W . ahi* to the ihmaa alu i-trrle ?# ftol, mtoll ??-?al amiable etfe or 4a i hr, * ha aaWh ?.irh h?tei IraMij ? Mfraa ha <wMn|a? I ft. , aM lhaaa M>*M? War ihmr a>l to a??m ito I rvfrawM fkeatriei e*4 h?e*a-rte-flh* Mearw.oNhaehrtelH 1 er Ilia* a ahr-to " am?vaa'? r?tii? wa< itaiia mi ?hna fMe late remli la* h> i"to hahnm**l* uel atoirp lh? ' mlMM IferMhaf a?l WiMM'a ? lento at M hire. haf waaiineee h?f Mi math I haeh- acaMM* "i OHh. | faaah akllMf*. M| |*?-rtai aaaM Ihaaaar haaaaa __ . Tbr Warm Hci.raca brai-a* It rioi that th- 'atr|T pa-tirftna argntia'Juaa n??i<ttmm< the eale . of the White Sulphur " ? ? Ha Ml <; ?* mImMt wnnlr, ; Vh h*n toul'li ll I *)? AC' wrtfil | In ihr Kirh en A y<mt ih the ? ?< m4 mtatoWa mM f? the prnwui la l7.tO.0iM) A laeIe o<Miifc??l outlay, no bear, w to a* pa' oa the I ap">*e?eat of t.aa r? pint. IV i>a|iMt purlweat h aM In he r?m pnaeA i*f the fMlawtnff reoMeeea, eta Jera??ah ftnttra, of l?iil|epun. I leal Matthew I' Maury. WaehtMraa City: ftnhori -"aaarA of Rh-hmoaA i Iti; A. P. P li.fTonl CbrHetHeM; *? > ?*" Caroline; Altee T Caneth-e. ? ?? ; P 'T?aa4 , riile. JeflemM.; John B7 lle?a4no. A. K. Phllltna. KaeMtartrhUa^i. KltihaH H Inortoo: J W tlaofhior P'reAeetetobar*.e?4Ohw 1 M. Maaeey, of CharttAteaelUe. biocit imaiuATii emeu oiotw orr m Tuiut uniuuM r?iT? rt'k m* ruug. pv<. * tv r?. r? ?'jj- A|>hi5?) TU uUu,,.,.;, 4 - appouiir* kjr 4 iMf n.oNII.4 C.' tk. Ml. C Of I >| :?urtfr tftu View or tlif I. i !| r .1 . I u (..4 ov* U :.WfUiurl uf dc-U. wUijUI M) in. appiclo oi.Kl (" ('.? it'll, i. ik <^.ira4> IS ttia f-fHitt,*** ailvi. i ll u( die t uU wf i x'. ;u iu . id nui ijib w tusk h4 rumor" Ion < |llH <W> K pbb It MMMMM Ul< public lut' Iuou a 0 UM1411 lit <j{ ' ? y The manners b.- i otVr ! int. uui.^r. tAarwa tcr, a . a . ; and revolting.. r-ffrttto liai e laki i | OB I Imu rhm. Hm i i.i t t'i lilt lake and of uh.<' f .i< rrnii hir'iirild] been r.i.bttrhro, bilh here r.rv? rlr.whrre, ver* num Uw ably perye'l :.led bj t'?a r? ?g.--,aa t+4 f -rU. la i?M ttCC.H lit . The *c?UPv t' 11. cut1.1 1 tba.var.rr rifi-rrfd It an dl-lanl from Tort ivd"", fh.> northwest, from 70 to CttlleB, or, say fO ti;I!< to t'.n tno-l rvmoto |*/u;L Tbaa CommeiCOdon tbe Uknn, Cay' county , aln.it th? or COtb FolitUi V.r.ud tt ii. irrJod ou tba Sfitb af nJ.* over u month ceo. at the house of a Mr. TV aa*, noma r or 14 mile? north or the Mate tin# TV Indiana wan there repulsed, rter h.nr"'; 'Pled one prr?re and wound! e<l three othu . No mar !. ra occum-il on the Sour . Tba work bigun on It lakes, .1 "ut the *tli or 0th of March between which tine n the ?tth of the tamo hxhKM thirty nine |m i in i w mm lanrad, and aoiuc (IftTvW morn (among l^sn fb'i" ro?"s) . lther slain or > arrted o* Into cruitlvltj. IV y h , .st a:.j rat?, mlatng Kooa T6t!i or March no further LUbagOe bare taken pUr* c wblcb the nnderfigne' I ave iuij advice; m.r have the, ar.r feasor tomippose t it ar.y have wot red The company w'. Ich I 1 here on th? -4U. of Mtrrh, na pneed of over 100 m.u, and commanded by M\,*ir Win William*, learned, an . , wr,aching tho vicinity of live m*recent murder?, that ft' Indiana had left there and go? to the wed or n >rtb,'hit - detachment of froope, fron the r P. WHtary TY?t a; For' Rldpley , In MIhocmiU, he already reached there, and consequently?tho Btvagco b* Ing several ridys on their march?any further advance b] the party from* hero, ic pursuit of them, wan doomed to b tmartvl able; the mor especially ao, as the men, wb were tliy pre pared for the campaign, had already BKflbrw aevcrvty, and were gt-iuoc abort of pro vie, tana." Plnee ?he return c' the rommand to Fort Dodge, oa A 11th lnet., no further word?none at least to be at all m "u?ivwiiic ui tiDj mawim iihtitij mriwi until Friday last, the nidi inst. On that day ft ciiauuHt cation was received b-re, 01 which we give a copy below Irvington and Alpena art* two small towns. Home thirty I? and fuity tulles- north <>i bore. They had aeut out aO>wt from there, of whom William H. Ingham wm one, war certain the wtcrcabcuu cf tho lndluis, If any were to h found. George Smith, the a rilcr of the letter, ami Ingham mentioned, are both \ ell known here, and regarded a good men, upon whom over;- reliance may be placed >? _ InvtariTOH, April a, tnr. Meaw*. ffniuie, I'rsroMut, aivn ori-xti? -tleati -meaMr. W. H. Ineberi wrv -i? that there are warriors, wM Red Wlnr at their he?'V tn th? nH--hN .rtinod of Spirit !,akt and advise* tia 10 pre?- >e a? fast a* p?*>i->le We are hwttf} ley here and at a tyoii- We want puna and ammttnlttne, am perhaps men. We wis. you to notify the people at Weftawa City of our aituaiiot, and -vanw. Your*, in haate, OROROF 8*TTH. i Such Is the letter: a: ' out of the Intelligence it conveys communicated by Mr. to his friend*, at Algec. and Irving ton, ban grown, we presume, the extravagal and absurd story, now flying on the wings of the w, odes we already hear fur from the South?that from ft ,00ft % 7,000 wat tiers are coming down upon ne, to ?weep Ik Pes Moines Yatlt-y; and Uiul Fori Dodge and W>b<ter oM| arc hoUcvod to haw been already attacked, and laid 1; ashes. There 1?, In truth, r.r probability of any tmrh thing hag petiing?none whatever We apprehend no serious da* get hem. At'ndllliu, that there is tho number of wat rlors named above,Tn the 1 rtor < f Mr. Prnith, a=.<-embl?. near Spirit h*k<?what then? Tltey may p ?.-tbly commi further otiUagt J in that la.u..xltaio vicinity, or w her* ILe may line s|iar>f si tucitietibt, unites prevented and agM driven oil ere now?whlcn is morn than pmhabto?ft the Unit- d States troops from Fort Wdglev, where It I | LDderrhxal thai Overt sr. hair companion of men: but wh ! seriously he-lies? that ll?-Indians will approach Fw Dodge, or within 40 nnies of It, where an ample force en be s|*Mslt!r ceiigrt pai-si, supplied with arms and amuft tlor, to drive them bankt Wi repeat, no real danger exists here, nor In thU neigh borhuod. Humor, with lier hundred tongues, has report? almost hourly , and with much particularity, for nctrore days previous to yesterday, tlie appearance or Indians up* evi ry stream and hillock nearly tor 30 miles to the north Yea the numerous ucouU acr-t out by us?men who kuau thfthr husit ess well? In order 1.1 allay the excitement an ; satisfy the wind, have failed to discover the An , 011 ?ir thostgu of <?; i; and ftl truth is, undoubtedly, the none have been -i en. We deplore, a" without good caug?, and uncalled for, 1 our deliberate Ju'gwut, the stale of excitement and alar* that exists with no many persons. Even to the couth c | thiii, for a ccn. i-*rrahlr d'.-taaec, we learn that hundreds c : have ab&nor.ncd their homes I Wo be. eoch them to rev) ' alConca to their far tus aad thur plou* h?, tad proooed t ! putting in thrir crope. Mai.y are doing so, and will coa l linue to <1o it, m tie ft.orth of them, and of cour.ie macf nearer to the Indiana, if, in fit :t, there are any now in Ub< ! State. The Steps taken here, ami Mill further north, as si readI stated, to ascertain, through scooting |>artiiM, the j"xltt<M , and purfjoeue of an? best lie band i that may bo discovered I will, it Is cobfldi nlly beltvod, together with the rc^ufcut mrui-urca adopted fvi defence, g-iard fully again"i aar immediate dai grr for a oonidderablc distance to the up A and but a rrrr few wrcks will elapse ere the per raf /bv eminent- which ha> been fully ad vised of the staler things at pre? nt iu this i Hnlty ?will have ordered ih I nicemary force to ixour the frontier, and rid it of ovor i Indian to be tound, if, indeed, this haa not already beat I done Again, therefore wc confidently appeal to the prartier good rerun- and calmer judgment of the settlor" of all tht [ region, who may have left th<Mr home-, to adorn to (hot at onto in time to pit In and secure thoir cropR for th V. P ?VAN ANTWERP, IT. S. Remover of Public Menfos. WM n MERJHTT, Rrgi-wr of U. S. Land oScc. WM. WILLI.'. JH, Commander of laic Kxpodition. ' C. B. RICH AMI* C. plain Company A JOHN F. rrNCOMn, t 11,1 '"* tie,-tain Company It. wm. n. ru'Mit. i>s., K K W nxw, ,IC., N R MOKkHOV I BR. 8. R OLNLY, J AS R. hTKOW, Iwq., c. h. vdnwit ki?|. / The unrtrrnirnr'i, nop n?M*i>nU of Knrt IVtrtge, Mmi here on u vi?il lo IV pU< , concur in Die above ft* a Iru ; rd fa.thful rtali Tent of tin- fnr?? ft* Utoy exist:? JOHN C (TI.HKRftoS, of (owaOto. It. ?t n\rn, of Kort Dea Volooft, ARYKR TAYI.OR, of IMinot* jonv nKODflKAD, of N>ft York. .TAMES n I.AlNli, of New Jersey, h R AY KVM, of Now York, 1. M. MoNKJL, of Now York. TUX INDIAN WAR?ANOTIICK LXTTEK FROM KAMI WM.I.IAMN. ] Foat Down, Iowa, April 24,1UT. To hi* larrjjjoicr, Jamw- W (Jiiim km? Sih?In my former < <<mmtinicatlQn, marie immnrilatelj upon our return fiom lb<< exix-dilion to hamltt and Ua> couutiuai lo relieve- lie u Ulura and repel lite lUvaiAaot lite Soux Indiana, I tuleil th.il I would noon niftkA m fur' tlier rf|mr1 U> you. Mi*t of otir liir r iocc our rrlnro haa been takra ap h providing for llio wounded, ruffrrin* aud destitute re* curd, Met tn M-archm* for Ike bodies of itome of our awt mm who |nri. hc<i in a i now storm. Mtirr our riturn we bare lo-vu overrun by the millwt alio lii??i ru*led in apon ur, abaudouiitx Ute whatcountry north. We ?ie drang erervfb'r T In our nnwrr to r re lore con ft I drnre and atop the ?if Humot. W e ate kee|.ttr f-i? imp partiea tn watrh tne lam ni' nu of the i-avag , who haw gi on now rauee of alarn Hincr our rtturh. Two pat lie* of Indiana hare rocontlj appeal t<J <ii the ?a>l braii' h of Ihe Dm it id dm river, aem ?ie line. in Kowult county, abuul forty alroag Another party i4 ?* *,< like number bate appeared oa mi Mi fork if that two of th? nin<- M-outa eeul on or the ea t branh nrr tru atrg, and are "iip|meed la t? kilted rao. eti'tra wl o bad abandoned Iheir Iiummb a lhg I-UiihI (hove, and who returned lo bunt ap their caA lie, are ntiaeloff. It u very evident from what haa lakrn piare that I preal tmrtioe of the Ht.-n, if not all. are determined l* M iMklile, and hwin p oft the retllrra tnrouahmit the nerth eet portion of our 8b.te, and the aouthwextern portion at Minna. ou. We labor under grral difficulty from the want afarad and animiinitiofi We ran r?i -e the men bnt we r?nnet amw At Aigema, In Koeenth rnnmy, and el Dakota rlty, Iltimboett oonnt) Ihe rulrrne are fortifying MavUugs are huidrn and commit teea appointed la ad I drvwe your F.voellerw \ and alto Uie fteneral goverome* u|~.n the rubject of aid to defend this portion of the MtateJ Any vtdcra yau tua) think proper to give will be carried out by me 1 luivr doue all in my power anil .hall oaa' liooe to do no. W WIUJAMHi j Uavemur Uiimea haa Ukrn atepa to furuuh the aaaaM try arnt? a'Ml ammnnileM. hrrntm ettfivt t trrrt-WAtrr w a tn apt kit, tin an HtM?n,Hr ran., Aonl X, IA6T. | In tl>e perfurmaiM < of ndlll arv duty, I have rnoMtfB paiwed frt m Fort Hidctee, ibrwogli the eettlement* abmpf the Minnetaa river, and lioee dl-eoveffd that the pant* repwted to bare en-tea aOi'<b( the eeAtkrt, baa eoMTefy liudanay Mual of thi rumort that lure rearhod tb** I tat e wrro mlin-1) without foundation. 1 found Ihe pe> ^ pie ee? r> where *tt? ti-llr I" their oattal a v oral lone, an* a n"t tm.t-ftaintrg arr feirr ef danger I root the Indian* J tad id ihe bainla hare guoe ?m to the KeeervaUoti, aat 1 the lwei?i are .ipptwe't In eueba manner, fnun Kurt Kid* B try to thf Ihv M< t. r vrr at t? render any attempt ta B I wee tht in neat 11 tniou*. Ma 1 am aati.Ui'd, ?l*'. Una ae B fxvlite di-|ee)tH't? i e'ler talcen by the rtmit of the lower I he feared rlthf by the ?ea Uera.or by emiriar.tvr u.lng tn that pert id the Territory. H At Iwl 'ta I tty II". inlnvh lanle had. upoo rertelring the Ar t tntelhget re, ere.led a rere re-fee table d-baMe* B vet of Mr .at * wtr. well prepared b. defend Uie? a, tr are n l aity 'ijtadtra, Their eraniple might befoi | Vl Mai.kam i>' I *' f " rlT 'H, WMh "N" I fe.4. .rn< 'Nli - d -?<*-' ""?* MNNth to ,UfrW ''"uTTmtUatoia ??' mwrHra* ma t?>*l thorn ha* M I ^ *i..._ i -^.. ,*,u? r.- aiipf-h^ma iiartar, ?a4 I - " fN*. fUNl toon | I 1.4.1 a* m INM> ?* "aM<W. I ll * n-4 nt? iMi-l'ti-a to tl.-wu**. lha mattar, but I to). B rrinb hf* IhM a I.Mto mora ru lira will hi i .oil id rn I IK I ' r,?,i nmt .Mem " < rutin ' ar.- flat I'd ami IrrnUbuf ,,, |#r ?i,< ?iih a tie* to u ii>i or aovaiilm .K fr.ua ibl V rIM , ol |irrp r?T, nr w hallow tho* li*c froai |wlw. V I (r,T* oth?m lo.i-Mi.. ?*4 | rf.j?.*t m? aaattraona, haoa ? ?m m? < *' wrtatow, Ui.n I ha aMIInmotila ara |to I ^ *#. a* K (toy wrrr in Naw York. Ik lhr? I loft li ft HMrMf, a ferra! many It. ftafefe tout { par*-l lip to Iha In orr alien tart In rang through Nm Htnonrnu, I ?tM nr* -an or to w nf una, an that ll to aat j lifer ? lhal ihara ara mnr i nw ?m?i| ihr aMlli-m*atn,aatf 1 iha a a ha a r?'' o"' I a'l to h* f-aru.1 J0 Hi vi V v V v *IHi*R, Liaai Taath InftoMry