Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 3, 1857, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 3, 1857 Page 2
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2 THE AlVVLO-AFRIfll SLATE TEAM. pcM lui of l.oivls tfroii^liaiu and Clarendon In U>t Hvuauf l<ordl. la the House of Lords, on the lodi of July, lord Bkouiiiam, at ibe request of the Lord Cbancel'or, consented to i>'<sl( one till tbe following day hi. tnedon with reii>?ci to the a hood slit e trsde, upon the nuderBUDdlnf that preoedeoee should be then given to It He alao gave notice of bn intention to postpone till another day Lis notion with respect to the Bankruptcy law, which Stood for Ibe following day. The Karl of Clabwihis entered the House while the noble aLd learned lord was informing their lordahipe thai, for the convenience 01 me government, be bed postponed till nmtion ah respect u> tuc lUie trade. The noble e*rl sei'' be va? glad that ibat porponetnenthad been consented to. bit at tbe same time expree?ed hts anxiety that tbe nob o and learned lord rhould bring forward tne motion on the following day Her Mqjeaty'i government had not bao sufficient lime to consider tu terms Ila regretted Ibat tbere should have been a necutatty fbr postponing It vol fcr a single day. (Hear, bear.) It was a suoiect whtrh t'tracted a great deal of attention out of doors, and bad been already dpcusse! tu th * other House. l,e>d Bkoi >.nis bad no doubt that after 'he remi'lcs which bao fallen from tbe nob e earl tbe Secretary for J oreign Affaire the Hruge would give a precedenoe to bis motion LOW' imoi-oham's srntch ON h?tiai> e* ths aran ass. In tbe House 01 lxrrds, on tbe lTtatf .'civ, Toe Mai qui* of CXasaicaKi't, wbo had a notice upta tbe tbe taper 01 hia i .teniion to ..resent a petition from (5ulana, praying for the removal of certain Impediments to the tm| o-tatioti of free lab >rert In o that colon v, said that ue would give way to bis noble and learned friend, believing that the dircawiion of this sub. set would be favorable to the vices nf tbe petitioners I<oru Bkoi'i.ham, in i.-iag to move an address on the object ?.f the African slavo trade, aaM tbat when he con side red the vert gnat impo-taooe of the question wntch he was about to bring before tbetr lordships he csuld no; avoid expressing bis agreeable surprise at finding ao mant ol ibelr 1 .rdthips now present; for the subject bad nothing to do with party? tt bad nothing p? r?onal to reco-nmsndlt ?It bad cone of those points tbat generally rreau d a gathering lege her, bo would not say in eoth bouse?, but In ibat cl tbe bouse of Par iameol It rather belonged to thai clar* of questions of which Ur. Canning on ? said, "Vita! queaiiocf, as they are called . a<e those questions wh.ch nobody cares two straws about " He could no. *\v. however, tbat tbe present qui stun came wttbln that category, for tbere was both in Parliament and out of It a very strong feeling,*-! well as a deeply reo ed ronvic Hon o' tbe importance of toe subject, which be should now proceed shortly to bring before tbelr lordships. It was with very great pain and r.i little astonishment tbat be first heat J of tbe measures lately adopted la Francs. Ue felt perfectly aasurcd tbat tbo sovereign of tbat country war wholly incapable of lending bis countenance to any measures that tended to re-lvelbe African slave trade. Hr said to in tbe first place on account of bis family c in M->lmr B'l'l. him ?.hnA,.t In L" ? ,l,U?h.U ll,.l c ruble traffic. The "most Christian Kings" bal, one after an-ther. allowed that traffic to contlnur and even to :l >ar lsh.and had, indeed, all the while encouraged taste* 1 of supprcssltg it It wa? reserved for the first N'apaloon to do that act of hit life which rellected tie anoet honor upon tiln.?he would say, Indeed, the only act of blB life la which he showed himself the friend of human rights and hun an llbertlea It was resctveU fur him at once an! forever to abolish the African tlave trade. He conkl n n, therefore, believe that he who ao naturally prided himself upon bts near relationship to that great anil dwttngr.isbsd Individual would late a different ooi.rae, and lend his countenance to messurvs with reared to which ha had ! Erol-ab.y been ill advued. deceived and misled The 1 mpe-or of the French no doubt believed that the pro ject a q eeticn bad none of that tendency to the revival of u:e a avc trade, wh ch he though'. he could prove to their lordships, without doubt or s^tion, it aoasaased lie cool i not bel eve it poaalbio that uls Imuerial Maicsty been oiherwise than tclniod, BuiU/ormed kuu do Z's, S$ h> . - aiu .0 wnom be had given nec- | ciefc.aat.ca matter* 0 much of lus confidence?namely, I tb??e m u.?te^, of rei|j,<n to whose pol'ry nis Imp-Hal . ere met) Inclined to lean?be felt oertain that they *1"' la-e told him of the otti nces committed by slave >' trader* being ranged In tbo dem.notation* of H-y Writ w a the most tateful and diigu>ticg orime* of wolah man could be guilty?crime* to which he dared not even allude except 1-ray that they wore rot worse Pan the Mare trade. When this was web rcp'eiented to his tm <erlal Majesty, and erper,ally when aefound that ihelr lordships ana the government of this country viewed with groat suspicion aU that was now doing or attempting to be done, he hoped that hi* Majesty wor id riew these tran?ar'j.ira wtth the rame jealous kuspic.ou of ibelr poasiule rouse q- cooes, an that be would be tnua furnished wt-.ta a sufttcient answer to the importunities of bis colonial sua iecte, to wbch for the iroaent, and under a mi appro henatoo of the facta and coaneqaenoca, he seemed to have gtvei *ay Without turtoev t>reface, ha would proceed Cc Uate h"w it wot t)iat HTitts had been pi-*a to crrfaiw rvrctmtilt aaimturert. or to orrtasw aptntt at it had ertn been laid, of the French pot rssnn,', to import a limited number of Tree negroes into the French West Indian colonies Wo:?, snr* a irHewi' as that mutt ttd in a rent it of the in ternal A4 i as tlave trade, from the representations which bad been male to mm by e learned friend or bis, Mr Fltxpetrich, who filled the important offi-e of judicial aaiBHSPr on the Gold Coast far a period of tlx yet a, aid who ran thoroughly acquaiated with Met re. Regis, or Mareethee. at well as their repreaentetlyee upon the Gold Coast, be bad ascertained that all tboee gentlemen were most resectable merchant!; so that la the Information which be had received in reference to them from Mr. Pi la Patrick, prrjn dice egainet theas could not be suit to have a ubare. Wba . thru was the proposition which, ac cording to Mr Fitzpetrtek, was made upon the pert o'those prutiemeoi Why, that the Ai'rloans, b?tng slaver la ibelr own country, should be induced lo enwgrsU to the West Indies; that cere abould be taken that the contract* which K.gnt be euierel into with tbrm abould be faithfully observed. thai they should have the security of the government offiuera for tboir proper treatment ou the yoyagr to the West lodlee; that upon their a?rt?allr that quarter they sboold have roTercmeot security for the exercise of kindneee towards them upon (he nart of be matter* to wb?m they were to be bornU apprentices by Indenture; >*d Ih?j if lbs* si snv t ne doeirr to rei-rn to their rs. t're country they Hot.Id b? nlloirod to do no, and should be conveyed bock at the cba-ge of those by who IE toe j had bom taksn to a for Ign land. Tbna It was pro;<osed to do for tbem, la ibort, every thing which hi- I manil* rould suggem bat ho would beg their loraeblpe to boar in mind that they did no that evening b?ar for the first t me of Af 'Cans bciag alaveo to 'heir own country, or of tbe sreat bene flu a bleb must reonlt to tLrm from tbi.tr treses grailon to tbe western bemifobere He could reool.rct the aoearanooe of a bleared change to bo etlrrted by I ntich a IraLiBitiraUna which bod in former timer been j no confidently made looking bnrk over a period of a.it) year*, during whirl, time he bal bad bti rhe'e In promui.ng ibe abolition of the slnro trade and had at ail events, with all tbo real a?d ab.iity win n bo poaaeared, labored for die al-alnisien' of thai great o Jldt, be ootid not name a tinge dlacutslno upon the suujt In wb'rb language prec'asl) similar I" tha' to -litis b? tie juat railed tour lordabtps attention had ml bctn sut-d He should not trouble tbe House with an/ lengthened <3 station* in proof e that statement, bit its afcojd advert to two or three inttanc -s In -rder to *h >w liov I lacteal were tbe arguments which In year' ;on? by bad been advaueed In favor of tbe rlave trado and the renames wbieb were bow put forward la snttiort of tbe proycer 1 ?yatr m of free eraigraioa. from the year 11H down to the ao dttlon of the slave trade In 1D07, tbs yloiea esb rb Bad be< o expressed la oppaeiCan to tbe m*eanr3 bor* 10 one another a stri ng similarity. I >nrtog tbe debates upon tbat qneetion General Thornton, who bal then been meo.ber lor Liverpool, bad aaeerted .bit tbe If cleans tturner tea entertained noob.tcctloB tutbetlavetrade. H) bad. moresver, complained that those who held cnotra-v opinions bad hern led away by a mistaken bntaaoity, an I bad isdigraaUy dotted the misery which tt was said bad been m"i?ed opoa those unfortunate n'grors in tbe middle passage, during wbirb be had contended thai only Ave oat of Mo of them died upon an average, while 10H per rent, of enr own troope bad perlabed on board gbe we?t India transport* Genera! Thornteo bad fortber cited la support of ble viewt tbe authority of one governor, two admirals one captain a commodore an I a large sum ber of naval oftioer* wbom be bad reproaented aa frteadly to the sieve trade and as willing witnesses to tbe benefits which It conferred. Plr W Young and Alderman Wail >n be (Lord Brougham) f juad bad been tbe advocatee of tmilar sentiments (be latter having gone so far as to ocatend thai it was only nerresa*y to go oo bonrd one of the Ml ringing la order lo be talwflod (bat tboir lot tw owe of the frt beppinee* But II *m nnnecannary to *1?"rt to frtber Hmtatrn la ardor to denanoetmte to Ihdr tordeh pe tkat ^larrernted rtatemeeu oad a romp'eu par eraton tf facta were pot confined lo lb# adeooecy of tbe plan of free emigration They dated from a period e^-ee further book thee 17M The plan of frao emigration tiad an om'.noae raaembloace In the ortflaal acheane I y wtrcb It bad bora nought to bring abont a Mat* of tonga by wblcb the cruelly wblcb ted boon laliwtod upor toe natire Todton Irlboo la America might be ob noted, and tbetr plooe annplh i hp the Importance of eogroea froii Africa. IK* M*rni<, ObAm* St mtkt farm (to umm tf rhon ngktti bmt tUnv a *A far n mM fit imttrm a Ml * f.icA Had finI pmtmrtd /Ae. rvwMTmitf tkt A ft i an ilar, trad, |a accordance an lb that plan, a lioeaoe to lake out 4,(00 ntgmea from Africa had beer obtained-a lie mm wbi-.h bai alter oar a to* annually renewed. Tbe term* propneed to be o'lerwl Id itoote oegmea were to a moatb. and it wai mid toat ne from baring been purchet.-l and liberated at kh? Afr'aaa moot woo Id immediately bare their m oda opened aa to be rature or aa lodeatore of approatlrrwhip, and would Immediately enter Into ?nob Ibdeitnre* and noon board ehip to be ooarered to tbe Weal ladire at wagei of p* t jnowtb. Now, toe negro oature wat oomotefeiy miauo ier olood by tbaoe who adrrcatod dorb aacbeme Tbi narrow mere natarally a mple minded and laaoeett, but tbey pot Mtoedalf oat?o? did the ancient Kgyphane? an ahanioto horror ef the tew That fee mg bad ai wnya been runted ta their nail 11 re, erea before tbe ootrmoweemort f the elere trade, oad it bad gathered addiHone etreogth from that mremai Iraiiie and tbe middle paw a ? connected wttb It To pmpoee, U urefore, to free nogroao to emigrate from Africa and croea the ocean ear one of the w I ideal cabernet which ever a perreried im.tr atahee had lareoted. With regard to the Krootnen who were free ncgreee, what were the Indu anient* wh.cn bad to be held oat to them before they would content to ft on board whip I poa that aub.iaot ha had the bencflt of her tag reoatrod Idfto melioc Irani Mr. I iupatri< k, a gentleman who hod bed great etpeieeoe of tbe aubtect, and from the nay mooter of owe of her M*"Wly a ahlpa upon that cmet. atd he would inborn, their lontablpe what ware* were oeneooary In tempt the Krnoaaea to go on >ard abtp. Why, they were paid i<> to gi: month with free ran ra?, and then they weald only ship Ihemeelret oa cooJi on that they were only in woift upon tbe ooaat, an I that they toon id he aliowad In load when they pltaoeri, tod when win amp mi ib? nnaM 1B? Kroouina am inrnnamy i^i" III* bio m?od f ?rI?irrf, whnan abwaca b? r*(f*MKl. 1 who full Mrmlr ape* the tub)**. had ma in u attempt ? the I nit Mmllar to that which tb?lr InrdtoWpa ware bow nJM itpoa to nnntHMw rnmr ainta had baaa m? la ?>7 lb' oolowtato of lh? want of hand*, ud greet a*p*r?a U<m war* bald am or m* beaafii of nannur*r?? rmlf rrW?fnf fra* a*fma?, and hta nob la M<*ad war mneb dl? pnaarl to laad ?on?? roaabaaom to a whan* har;af thi for Na oi'jaet Tbnr* waa oar projwwal. howarar, whir liia aabkr Wind no* id an* iiwrr t? an i thai wan thin a abowt which lb# planter war* moaiaasl na. It waawu lh?r aali the ramowai af oh?u< ? to ti am fr* i* of r# laborara. bnt la plain paint of fan rewind or obttarlra Hh* a'hji (9) .? M k*. ,l y! Urn AbjIMt % Act, which made the purchase of narrows, e-?o for the purpose < liberal'.t>g then eo oflence punishable br transportation, and hi* noble friend most pry.writ refused to listen to any such proposal Now, with retard to the alleged *ut of banaa In the ooionles, whet was the real cauee of 11V lie would read to their lordtbipi an extract from a letter written by Mr. dark, a gentleman wbo bad lived In Jamaica ror twenty years, relating to that h inject Mr Cla k In tbat letter, which was dated June the 4id, lSf>5, stated 1 AgricrJtnre and rommeree are now looking up The pro prtetora ot estate* who were wl- e and aole enough to carry on 1 tvelr ea'atea during the reason of lo ?r prtoe* are now getting I large ret ma. and (he go won t" ?*VJ 'till, notw ths'andin < wcv pnop 01 prnour* ua-mjr awri- idbq onun;^ >?9 innreni ire a'moot ever* where compelled to w >rk at the Mar rati ai when It was at the lo ?*at *bb 9a. and la a day Th-paoero tavr bou-ver taken the matter ui. and I hope that ere lour 11 Sd and la f.4 will be paid wl'hout any agtlation or atriae or ihetr part There to agate the old OT tor itnntgra'iMn ?? prtiallv from afrina, where*# ou pV tera *hn treat th < people fairly and kindly, vre geit'ng all the labor they r *q lire, and If more e anted the* hare but to Increase tae ra'e >r ? at'io, and the lr wants will be supplied mora abuntan ly than by tbe in portatlon of th oanCa of immigrants. In reply to tbe question an to whence those negroes were o come, Mr Clark said that there were many at present working at the provieton ground, or In ttl.ing small farms and iu raising pro luce fir the market, who would workoa tbe plantations If their wages were increased lol&d o- lit a daj As to obtaining negroes from Africa, that would p esent no dhllculty. only let it be known that so many pound* atarhlf mM b. given for ea"h blave lu order to liberate him?only let it be known to the native chiefs mat an) caplivex taken in war would berausomed, and he would answer for It that numbers ol slaves would he brought for purchase and that then, under the pretence of an lu teulurs or apprtntlctbip, they would be carried aero s the iea to lbs New Wo-ld In order to supply asuRcient number of captives to be ransomed, wars would be undertaken by tbe native chieh lor the express purpura of taking captives and bringitg them down to the coast for sale It tad been said by Mr l*itl?a d itai forbid that ever again lUere hould be rau.eforlta being repeated?11 Alas, you treat bam an being* a-l'i ercbanopo, and yet you do Dot give thorn 'he common bennflt of the principle of ail commerce, tba the supply suits itself to thedsmand" Would that the voice ol tbat great msc could then ring through those walls, and put down a loop, ropreh< ualMe attempt to revive the African slave trade ' Ubi, Pant*, tlla tua no* que jirj uium Herman ;;m mertcr- solebot, nihil tiomini, fcediut servitude t" (Rear) AitDough tbe natural character of tbe negio \ at simple aid inn cent, yekall who had vtsilal the country agresd in sa> ing thai tbe African princes, and cb'eily < n account oi tin execrable trade, had been luured to blood to a degree confined, ha be leved, to tbat quarter of the globe. He was told that oa the death of the queen mother oT one i f thoso Slates, some revrnty yea's ago, ona hundred anc fifty persons had be.'n rendered on her grave, while, ti If showing the softening effect of the tup presslun of the slave trade, when her aon died a short time ba*k there was no human sac-itice ai all. This was not the only change To this criminal trade, or ra her to tbia felony, bad succeeded legitimate and innocea commerce. Oirat and eren rayid p-ogrcu had 6*m made and the exportilun if prodrece from Africa to this country now amounted to 2,u0u,t00I. iter ling; thai uras to sav. thai vrn the value of the goods sent from this country to be ex changed agairm that produce In the article of palm oil, tOOi iw expensed, Ttii- was what *e were caUed upoa to interrupt, to j was the scCtC we wore desired to dark en, this was the pr wpcct which we were told tt was oar duty to cut oflf?tle prospect or Improvement In trade, in the arte of pease, and in civilization. It wa< to this we were asked to put a stop by sending men to purchase slaves under the pretence ol ransoming captives takes in wars which would be made in cnnsequencs or the iiduce moots which we had held out for the express purpose of making those captives, In order that thiy might be sold t> us and carried away He cited tie authority of M*. Fltz pitrtck.and would read a letter from him, which more than cooilrmed the opinions which he had expressed that gentleman said ? Tte A fries us aro not a migratory people If thev were free o morrosr, ifhcl capable ot understanding this contract Cir 10 yesrs expatriation and servitude, whl'h he ' utrd lir.MlBn.'1111 Be"d cot U ! ?ir lordships the poor Atrlmtu ronid nO tiiCf fitnp: h' t.d than he CO i d a orobie? to th? higher gi^mewy, they would much rataer become slaves In their own country lhau enter Into it The Krootren though fond of earning money to take bach to wetr own eooniry afier a ?h->rt abw ce snd tbosgli tempted oa board oor cititerrs by pay ant'ining to from $ > t>$i2 per moo h, witblitl] rations or tlielr money value ejual | to fT more per month, and employment on the element j on wb'eh they are ?t home, will not ent-r into lengtiened serTiee ; ana to supoic that 'hey would be induced by a prrmlM- of 12',f per month to go to a distant ooiintry for Id ye ,r* ? an surd lh" MM Keg.s, hoeever, proper to purchase the stave's freedom 01 e?adi tiou of hi* a CLee emigrating for 10 J ears service In the French We,! Indies and tbut to e tabl sh s syaiem of free emigration It la diffluu! , I tbnk todisoover n this plan the in <, m w iden the sabjecto'the operation u free, it meiely provldrs a change of mace's, with this oe-u iarity, that th? new master and hut counlrv are to be l?r a way In re gtonsof wh'rh the A'rtcsn never dreamed; and to slavery, I appiehend tt is honors not eticbau men s whirs are 'enl nv distancv. It is trie to anppoee thai a poor African alave wtll look forw ard i bis treedom and a return to Ms country at er en wars service. I* Is s theory tsr too Comdex f< r his simple understanding. The alave then will not contract lor a new and airanxe master in a distant land Hut I am free to confess the master wlil and. moreover, he will perform his part of the contract vFltn his own stock Is exhausted he wilt prey op. n bis neighbors; lie will steal and kidnap and panysr. and those who have the requisite establishments wtll go out a tlHO'lrg Ihegingot ltahoinsy will take out both his packs, his male snd female "dogs of war," and every psltt ch.nl wlii do the like. lie then staled that grow; Improvem- nt hwd taken plate amoog the Afrtc ,a prlproa, and, adding thai the moat dilllcult or all things was to teach the natives a regard for truth, said:?. One of the oh e?tions to this emigration erheme is that I: has all ill' appearance of a la se pr'ienoe Wo Alrtean wtll be I lieee that a depot to perst > e emigrants at Whydah 11 any th.ug I bat a barrwroon for s.avrs. lie had received similar testimony from Mr. Foreter, a ' highly reepeciab'e person connects I with the Afrtoan I trade He look pre else I \ the same view of the subject, I and bad primed his optr ,ons tn the oewspapvrs. Havtrv ; complained that he bad bean m.irepresentedoa acr mat?. havtag mentioned the probable fate of a stars who refused to so volurtarilv on board ship, he continued ? What I Mid rf!?rr> I to lit< tr*? meat In the hanUnf the 1 ca'ne i nvi' draer before be l> aLit >ed alter be bu bt'U brought U> the c jMI and add. I cent thai the native Atnran l? cruelly treated at boar I before lie i? Bold 1Ae native* of Air.oa are no a er el people in their natural and portal relat-mi. I will liidertaar to any tbera are fewer m or era am tea th' m i i>ro)< rrtion to Lbe population ban 'bvre ?re in "hie country II the alare trace la-o be reri.?l la thla nev* 'inn ft mar luet M well boraetved in IU old ahapc Yhenaae M -? will be 'lutte ?H at?nay. la aytne reaper a. woeae. a iiaat ed temaad ic th- way p op-ve<i would bring more a!a?e? from the interior than wire wanted, ant they would be atarrwi In I arrarvora, while it ? e, d nuvou e the tiilnda of the i eople. and dial rh and deatmr lep u.natn trade ai m teh aj un. mi rd trail.c under be o d ayr.rm Be bad uot d will upon that wheh preeentcd itaaif at an iDiuprrablc tMfllcuUy in the war of carrjlng out thla emigration ct neirrofi?he metal Ibe ImponrtDtlitT of taking prccautioni wh'cn rhouhl fire ui a chance-be did not ay a rcatorable prnepcrt. bat ercn a chance of preveati log ibe occurrence of tbu gxniotl e?ll? io the couruoof 1 the trmnr;iort of the itrgroctt When ihoy rcmembored that no |'"i M at allowed to enba'k cu b <ard a reta.il p'.tng to Canada. or any other of oor own settlement', | without Ibe grotto*: cart b"lcg taken to exatn.tie bor It tl-gn. her rt jwn:;e htr ao iL.r.odation for tnu tnmosr of perwnr proponed u> be rert red on board hsr prortaioaa, ard ibe medial attendance a blob bad beeu provided, and, I above ell, to see that no more than the ?p *!flel number of gersoni wore taron or bot'd: and warn they frand ttitt >.o slriuly waa thl* gua- ed by law that the aererwat penaltlea ?ere Ibh'cicd In the cam of any ahtpmebt of free log Dab aubjec on board an log I tab merchant veanel, except a' tt port where tbere wan a ci'tom hoare and a wtmfl of offloert to make tbeec prclltnleery lnveaUgatiuwr, Ihey uuat at once parreive the uaelrtffMwa of any attempt to conduct ,.c the oaatt of Aft tea a traffic of tbU ?ort, and to t .-aw port not i iflte' igct: I oglt'bmvo. bet half ttlviliaed, or lew than ba'f clTlltaed Ainoana. Ue did jotu.iuk that be bad acyintcg to add, except to qncie the auth wily o* Mr I'itt, who ear a great authority upon t any eubjecte. and tn Hit* de e-rod the greatest poralhle aiteutine and the moat profound '? peot. Of all the able eyaerltaa marked by toeii^wti eloquence of tbat great t ian?of a I t'?e apronfce* with wbtcb be eatcniebel and detighte <1 bli bearerr, bt* celo t rated oration upca tbe abot;tt>n of tus alave trade, dell rtred to ib? jnr i7".. hrid Iki Cr*t place. fts' 9 pert^ns n i|bt Ihirk lb*' bit crlebrsfel dtt .a ittoo upon lbs br? akiD( out of the war equalled, but II certainly did aot ex*ed Ik In that speech dr Pitt icmmt'l op ins atoo* mrli wbiob b<- trusted we were itmu n eke to- oar long ?nd r < I mjLkk e 1> Atrloa. I!? tpressed hid h 1 j that In the eremnr of her isy* ?he wu 1' oat 10 00j tj these 'doss ngt wbtoh bad .rscended ipoc on at an earlier parl.n1 of the world biAory, an<l be cloned bit speech witfe ibit oorerraitik ? Tblt frrtt atd lappi eh.mire to be elected la the state of her inhabitant* It of ah the tarfn .t and iwp.i-'*nt Imeeflts of .inliiion mmt esilmatt at Incomparably tae moat citesI sit'1 and the moat unt.ortank Some yean lat:r he irea'd the same bl?b nothortty on lbs 'juoetioo of s grant to tbo coiooy of tksrra lyooas, to which objrnUons were taken on a rase principle of economy. express hU sarueit hops tad evsn roaddsace tbat tb a> ?' 1 ' ? wheo Afrits would lake her pints In the roale of nations, as I enter on s osw and srlesdid career, free in berseir ami freed rarest r from the curse of that rxecraol# traflle which bad wasted her eoerfleo and destroyed her peace Re mured the follow tag rsoo'otlon ? That the ese-mnumaer, of esiirratlm of aofroee from the Afrtaaa ooatt to toe Wen Indira by toe p..rrho*e and libera lion of tlarrt or the raa*om of 1 re oners takeo is war, errs w het 1 his may not be he'd llletal, I,as a dlreol tendency u> promote tbr tolernnj stars ira te 0! Alri V and 10 obstruct the pr-rr>as of its Inaabitaats In the arts of pears and noarse of elrvi/ation Tost an bnr.ible adorrss br presen 1 V. htr Ma estv. pray 1 of tbat she Would be r-nrto'i?ly r ?a?rd ti withhold her ,niei *r,rr fn.m nil au?h erb-mr* asi ?n? her I . ee's. and would lilt* her b*?t endeaiorn am >u h'r*? ftjr'? alieafor < 1,. ttarm In dlecountenm. a.l pro ?eu which Utn a tender.. t In iirunio e Alt! emigration o. >u m*an? .lire tig or mill l'j mnneet*d Wilh U?? pur. bir ol nlatenur riuNn <>t mpiiTM t km in wnr. UJBh rt.A*t!?I'OD'l D' r.f It OB THB BAt'Ot no* onvraACT, Ihe Karl of liAnasr*.*?I will boi attempt to follow my noble and learned friend through tbe epeech which be ba* d.irrfned io ft r lordihlpa, but I out aeaure blm that f cordial / concur a erer/ word that h*l fallen from him on tbtt rabbet, for he ha* correctl/ etaied the opinion of the l'ot. mmrtit, and Taoed oul w",, acrurwcy the courao which tbey have pnreaed. (Hoar, beer) My aohle and let rood friend ha* lore no more tbaa luatloe to the Kmperor o( ib? I rench and Uit I rrnrb gorernmenl, who, I am cob v need,are aa incapable on we are onrnelrea of intentionalI v giT'ag encouragement either d recti/ or ladlrertlg to tbo a .are trade hot I rejoler that ai/ noble and I -arced friend b aa bronfhi forward ibit motwm ia the eloquent and impraanire i ieecb be haa juet debarred to jour lorlnhlpa, beoaoae, at all tbe world hnowa, my nob e and learned Mead hat far a long eeriee of jea-w-CQbc far informed ut?baen tbe ladeiengable Tr end of the African raceaodtheenoronaf.il 01 .roamt ol th? elare trade, and any opinion of bit on Una eubject will be recefred a r ed wiib the aanie reepeati il attention that It la ai home (bear, hear), while there, at here, It will be feit that rn/ n tbieaad learned friend would not bare brought tblt ueaitoa b. fare yoor lordthi e la no eolemn a manner, ar 1 a<ke t /on to agree to an a idrean to the Crown, If be had not *een ?ome . ante, aome Wrong neceaait/, (o taking thai ntep (Hear, bear ) (hope/our lordshlpa will a, ree to the addr??a which be hat mared, ereune aucb an addrera rAnoot bat ntrengtben the ban * of tbe gOTernmrat (Hear, beer ) I can aeenre /our lordnbln that It la not require ' aa a mlmulnt to the gorem meet Wo far from harli,- ee apr our attcntloa. and ao far hare we beeen from len'iag onreelrea to what ar noble an learro.' fr"er ?.o much eprec??ea the aahi .;l feat JCtfl I UJti'.Ct 9i G-bUtllggi i rata-urn # NETV YORK HERALD, M il d between tee t wo government*, and no effort* of our* have been waning to pr?wenl the (wtaoilatamoot of such a fl?tc of thing tu- my noble friend he* abawdowed fortb (Hear, bear.) France, ba tug to tor great honor ab dialled, with ou aelvea, slavery in her ccloniw, ba< felt very at-ongly Ibe want of Ubor, and she baa endeavored to am ply the want by the importation of negro laborer*, b >1 without reiving the slave trade and without giving rn touragenunl to ktdraop-ra an 1 dealer* tr slave* The French government hare been perfectly f?enk in all their dealing* en ihU cueaion Th?v have never dsgitsnt their objcr. and have npenW stt'ed *11 Ihe circumi lances of the ot-n So inn/; ago as I8(k. tie\j irfortned ui tint it u<as their intention Co purchase slaves on the tent cvait of Africa, immediately emancipate them, and introduee thtm etfree labmtts into thi-ir colonies, wiero 'bey net* 10 earn 'wage*, and wbere tbetr lot world be greatly ni|x rior lo that to whi .h they bad been previously |i*a< ed We at once retreat"n ed to lh>' Frenci government tat It ?a* a great mistake to aupposo th*t dare -y wai the (intra! coiidUluD o' the African race; thai it wtu> iroe slave* w leerapoyed by the chiefs lor their own purporrs, but that If tboee slaves were eold oiaurs mint be got supply ihelr places, either by kidnapping or by tlx purchase or dealers, woo look advantage of the jorror? that war Invariably entailed We pointed not abo tbat It would be difficult to make tfce rh>e!> understand the dlfl rone* between the telling of a'aver for imporiatlon aa free laborers to the Frenci oolcniee nod selling them to the slave dealers of Cuba. (Bea', hear.) The French go ernment at ways contended tbat the; cauld only import free laborers, because slavery bad oea ed to extol In their colonies, aud, Here'ore the tegto must naturally be tree tnore; but we obeervod thai other countries where slavery vai net abolished must have recourse to the saino system of pircbniing and lmporling Ihcl laborors, aud tbat If France adopted hi> eyeum -o should lose the right and the power to protest against the system being adopted by those coun irlrc. The French government then amid they would en orat or to mai.e an experiment wita regard to the smlgra ion of free laborors, and on tbe brat attempt we *aw great r on to foar the con>cvuencea which my noole and ea.ucd fiiond has apprehended. We Immediately brought be subjicl before the French government, when tuoy nfornced us of all the precautious they bad taken They ta ed th.M ihe persons who received the license to trale would onlv have to do with negroes born free: that the cargatni which ibe latter were asked to mike would bs freely explain-d to them; tbat they would be Informed tbey we c to lahor for wagon, and tbat at tbe expiry of ibeir contract they would be restored lothrirown country Tbey fnitber said that the precautions they insisted on btmg adopted were precisely tbe taate with those taken by the Engltih government. We replied thai that was per fectly lite, but that wt- bad abandoned thi system as an tLlire failure ; tb?: we found that in all thoie parts of the coast at Africa wbere slavery did not exist tbe attempt fai'ed from the negroes being unwtlil g to emigrate, rokxle it gave rise to erroneous impressions among tie native chie fs, me eft' turn destroyed a milage and eap'ured the inhabitants that he might dispose of them' as emigrants. (Hear, hear.) Having re.e. red to some instances ol ca tares of tiavers by I lie Fiecrli porr rnnnnt,| lh? o iblo carl Mild?I c in avur'o n.y noble and learned Irlend that title subject bat occupied ilie earnest attention of Her Maiwtp's government. We have cot yet j rovou that the experiment la a failure, nor do I know dial we are entitled to say that the French ?beme will not aucceed I bold In my hacd a copy or a placard issued by a perron who undertake* this lmai'.gra tlon t-ch< me The placard appeared on tho walls or Sierra Icone, and I must aay that If the conditions mentioned la it be honestly and (airly earned cut, I set no great objection to ibo erbeme It itatea tbe amount of the wagea, the rem, the board and lodging during the whota time of tbc cny sgement. It atatee that they will be provided with clothes uuricg the whole of thai time, that in cue of sickness they wll. be suppL'cd with medicine, tbat tbe term of engagement la to be six years, ?t the end of which toe I in m grant will either be conveyed to his own cojntry again at the expense of the French gorernment, o? may enter Irlo a further term of service. But I mutt aay, that ah though we arc n< I yet entitled to declare that Una la a fail - | ure, I do cntirta n precisely the aamodoubt and appreben slon as has been exprosaed by my noblMini learned friend, for 1 have net or yet heard of any Initancc of there people having any disposition to leave their own couitry or seek em plot me'nt elsewhere 1 can only say that this is a sys I lem which will require the proateet ca-? on the part of the French government (hea-, hoar) as well as on that of the British government, and I can only renew tho promise which I gave the other evening, that if this system should turn oot to be dlfleront from tbat which I understand It te be, werhall bare no hesitation in bringing II under the attention of the Fronch government I cannot doubt from the course that has already been pursued that the French government will take measures to prevent the French tltg from be.og prostituted by covering anything hko a trailis In slaves (Hear, hear) The Far 1 of llama- icrt did not bel'eve that our lllus trious ally, the Emptror of the French, was likely to evade, directly or Indirectly, the treaties which bis predecessors bad made with this country with respect to the slave trade. He was afraid tbat the seal of bis noble and lea1 nol fnead In the cause of humanity hsl too much excited his apprehension on this subjrot. and b? must remind both bis noble sod tear: id friend and his neblv friend opposite, that all those who had bad any experience ot the coast of Africa do col entirely agree In their statement as to the oh jection of Africans to lesve their na Ive country Tor the I'irpose of obtaining employment. Hlr Henry Huntley, who was for several years the Governor I . r Gamb.a, and who ooi :mauled her kls.issty's I ships In an attempt to extirpate ths slave Hade 1 bad assured htm that the Krnomen emigrated hundreds an 1 even thousands of mlteo of thotr o en free wtll for the i urpose of procuring employment. lie had rail tt right to read to their ordshlps the optn ons of so high an authority as Sir II Huniley, because,although quite ai hostile as thu nobis earl to any icheme ehteh might have effect of reviving the slave trade In disguise, he yet thought they ought oerf fully to examine (and re examine any scheme which promaed to exiend ihe bleastngs of clwill.- ilion to the African raoe before they abandoned such an enterprise I la despair The Karl of Haxi<>wnr believed that If tbe proposed : emigration were oonSned to tb> Kronen it would bt perfect y eafe, tut It was very diillcult to la-luce ibe Kroomen I to leave their own country. They were a people who never I wade slavti of others, and were cn?thing to be made Uvea themselves; and It was tbelr bsidt to go sway from ' home, but not for more than tso years at a time one resell of tbe investigation before a select eommitiee of the ether House, of whith lis was a member, was, ihat this was 'be only race >: Uncart who could be tramferred to our West Indian colonies without Urn daeger of an Itnme dlete renewal of the slave trade. ( Hei r, bear ) To show the light in which this system was Itkely to b* viewed by tbe nai'.ve chiefs In Africa, be would take tbe liber'v of I re ding the cor y of a Wf (MM letter sent by the King of Calabar lu answer toaltritih merchant who had written to his Mtjerty to know whether any of his people won' * engage themselves as tree laborers. The letter was 1 as fbtlews ? i itnw rv"ii ths kc?o or csuaaB?mi majktt's rr.ru ton ISLAVW OmC'i < r V , Jars I, 1!W. I Dri Sin?I rwn?l voor klad lnt'rr hy i > Murittral* I Ibrui gS i s plain 'odd, and byjronrwt'h I row rlti you to ray we te ?lad for suiiplv > in Willi sla< rs I hav spoken | wfi king Arcblbtiry, and all Colabar gsntlnnes. and he very glsd lo no Ihe nam. (regard In frr rn Igra' in w.. man n> j will ri for himself. We shall hue them al?'im ve de ihat hue rlave .rvde hln. We be very ill 1 for them man to e me i>n-k <a.n to i a abar. but I tear Ilia' llM'- they *" for West Indies i b<- no will er me i.aik her. We hnre all agrejd o eliarges finir jo.es of brnsi and crpper rid fo nsau, woman, and i!?lldr?u, but shall no', be a?le to nopolyibe jnanuts you ?o Ion I ibl-k we nhall b? able to gel 4 " or Hi I >r ow res tel. and He able 11 load nrr In tbrrr rr to' r so nibs ! >r wenan no * ' lirm all ready to wait for the ahlp nb>- will have to enss and lak tk-m < o i*i?rd as tie' rom We h ve no Aee ou I>. rr to k> ?jt'-im Tbe Itt'i Will n?retop%y innj u mi .iP'l *r hlMir/, hu? nnotber grat ?mm -aay. 100" enpoer fur enrrb worn la e'.n-b <* bp t other mn*r * nf Lr? I 1 thtllre fr/ K'?<l lf t! term 1 m-tiikon will mtl >00, fur we nr. be able In dnll v a lew price. and mm m he i iid for wlii rrxla. I *1*11 b<- ver? (but wh?n yon write m* ?f*lo t" m*)?* w nwti-ai.n'i 111 mptao what Ute the tlilp mini ??ni, bnpTn? jok are quite well, bedore in? m be, air de?r ?1r. jm if jump > ?er??nV. IVO H0KK1IT W Iff i. Till* tetter rbowed that the ayo would be but another form of lb? >la\ e trade, and that (be eo called free labor era would behoc(ht and toll. No donbt the horror* of the mi<. die pooo*?e could bo pre\ oeted by I bo proper reft Intlon of the e**rla employed lo cmweytog the qegroee; and after the laborer arrived to o 00 ooy to which 11a. try bad been nbottubod be would no longer be the victim of oiprtr?.on. Yet, on tbe oaam of Africa tbe effei- nf the plan w wild he to retire the gatub'ng nplrtt engende-e I br tbe rlare trade, log* t her with alt tbe atrodtlen cnoaected with the rapture of alavee to tbe Interior, while tbe rooroe of peaceful < owimerne and grtcuttdre. now et'onilng rapidly over tbe ibiree of Afttca, woald bo entirely ar reeled Lord Boot-chaw briefly replied, qontlac the favorite organ ottbe elate party lo tba thro laaa, in rbn ? that tho f lartbnlder* in America regarded the rtatiple proved to be act by 1 ngland aad I ran* to the matter of the as* porwtlou of "free' oegroee from Airlea, a? an nacnuraceme 11 and a jnitlflcMr.n for them to pm* urn a* many tlntro a* Ihry chnee for tbe Heathen mmee Th? raforaa meat af any ornlrar.t tor wafea woald be entirely with la the mrtedirtiPB nt tbe ala\ e Mate ta wbtrh tbe a afro war located; and It wa* eaoy to tee what *ojld be wie of the "freedem' of tbe African t migrant ta tho e eat 01 any leg* dltpute arising The addreto was thea agreed ta. The (kpny Notlay In India. TBI pinawcul mprtcn.Tin op ru Hrrurr? tib hivcnt* op (mpt a nhokp. la Ute iionoe of lord) oa the ima of .Inly, tbe Karl of F.i 1 Mwmorna Mid? 1 beg in call tbe attenttoa of tbe aoble oarl npprvtte, toa nottne whi-b haa been irauel by tbe tail India I ntnnani for tender) for Win teaaelt to naimr j troop* tn tbo number of '.,000 toCalcaua, to ba pud in Is rtt* at tbr rate of M. 0',d. per rape*. Abort * fortn'mt ( > I inllod tbr duration of the ooblo carl it noi l ration on tbr part of tbr Root India Company, mdrring tbr rata of aachmgt at wbinb tbry lend moary la India to b? tbr iroc m hero. It ?pp*nra to ma that tbr object of tbta pro oaedlng I- predaely thr tame, aid 1 prnfwt oa tbr part of tbr government rf India and of tbr public tarrlcr, agamat any mravarelhr effect of which la to compel paymmt la India at tbr praarat tlmr by thr Orient'* troaaary of tbr ratnr rate of tatrrrat aa la paid bora / toom tlU tin in ?n*n h that 'reemery it yWtord TV prnvmnmi of Initio a it foetemi rieptrol of Oil finnnruu rnour on from the .Varftiaaiarn ilittrioti ilanrta paya Tor Itnelf. Bombay la aabjrrtrd to br?vy cbiryaa on trroaal tl tba war wltb I'craia, and will not pay mom tnan ltd own catenae* Tbr wbolr additional cbarfea anting oat o' tbr military operation* onnnrr.trd wiin tbr mutiny mnit br defrayed by tbo trranury at Cnleotu, ant of lb* rarrnuod of Brrrul aloaa. TVor -karpn v4U be tmrmtut. I think the noble ?oW it in ermr when he layyn i thai the ,, ,rem mentef IntiaboiH bevtpnble t or n > nmiileraNe time to mv1 them. Tho nnl>;e rarl la In error when ha auppvtra tbtt tbrro I* a balance of ?10,(00,000, or anything like no larfr

a mm, In tba ralcnlta treaaury. Tlw whola of that nam of ?10,000.000, if It ?? lata, la oot In tba 'ale tt* trcawy, ipon which a'ona thraa r-powren will rail l< la la tba trraaor'ry of Madraa and Horn bar, oa wall at ibal of Uol cotta Homo of tbr trearnrr wh.ch belong* to Bengal |? orottrrrd all tror tba pranldency, wot nronl,ten'tepm fion u at Delhi, whirh u no tn pn'tn n oi th> inifiromot I tjrliere, Indeed, that three or four tf 'hem 'renmrin hare foil'*> tn'o the tan.li of the mutineer* tn eann/M*' . of the delay tn the odmnr* y our troop. canoed, a* I atatad tbo outer night, by thr boat of tbr w *thrr. and by thr waatof carriage, bat, aa I now Intra from authentic Information, from tbr dralrr of (.?nor*l Antoa la bring op a battering train, Tba whole of the treoanrn at OafiuUa would not appear to be available for the pnrpiaee of ibe war I anderatoad Ibal a liege part of It hat practical ly been appropriated while another portion it In paper, and In, rndcr pvwent clroumatanrra, of little or no yalue Tbr only fund reelly aval able la thr coin. nnd lhat. I br fwauno vci; tonilic/aVic pulof lb;eaUt ONDAT, AUGUST 3, 1857. Now, very her.*; oheryet bow to bo borne by tbelreosury in rirpec' i>r freight. I .lodge from th:? notion that lae route fyrtra) bo* horn ->edtn regord to other truui noL Mont of lr< <->;>? ; sod iu till Cities It U unread that till* fteignt tbniild be |<Md iu ludit Ft ut, there In the f eight ui SGeOtcep, 3."00of wuoro ore of the Qdoou'e oorrrce ord a,OCO of the company'* rcrvloe, who ore f Mnf oat m rrornil* to iut>|'ly vi ranc'en la the rtnko of the army Then there i? the freight of eight regltut nti, which we ore given to undrrMotid hove already been ordered to proceed to It.Ha. Next the r-eight of the Ave regiment* from China cow become* dun b> Indlt. to which ho* to be added the eipcnse ot ouvcyingelx regiments *jrre. there wi.l also he the fre fht of the a Ciller? cod the cavalry If they are sent oat, a* I truet tuey will be. The obarga for these dlllereut HeaiB will be enorroon; and 11 the/ are all to be pal'i la India and not here, defend upon i! the yooernm-nt of India i ill be perfectly unabl' In meet the heavy burden thit vil. le throvn upon it for providing the meant of ti'Msport tor to to/f a t.umb-r of trc-ps. Thia la a very lerlous considers! m. The point ol tuo most essential Importance Is that the government of lodla should have the means of making moveable the force acnt to them. If they cannot do that the force might as we.I not be aent at all I thorn fo e trust this matter will engage the attention of her MajesU a government. For my own pari, I feel satisfied that the moment has come when her tlajwty's govern nnnt must Intervene with the credit of this country to enable tho Court of Directors to pay their own exoeu?es fir a considerable period without any re tnltUnow. from Inula India is incapable oT making those remlttai ces without crip-illng her own resources?resources which It la absolutely necessary should be appropriate! to furnishing the means of movement for the army. I hope her Mejes tv's government will afford tint assistance without delay. It should I e given to the ixtent of foe millions sterling Tas whole of that amount need not, however, be a't paid down at once. If a loan of ?5,000,000 were contracted 1'ir under he guarantee or her Majesty's government It would only t>e requisite that a aum of ?600,000 should be paid In lb" first month, the remainder to be raised by subsequent installs* u<s of ?400,COO each succeeding month until the entire amount is pal! U Is my firm belief that a moasu-e ef this kind is Indispensable, because it will be found that the drafts and remittances from India will cripple tho powsr of the gor< rnment of trat country and render it inrapabh of dolpg that which Is lm sora'.tvely demardei by the Interests of the empire ( tear, hear.) Ear! Grarvilli resiled in a tone of voice which was al m- a Inaudible in the gallery. He was mderatool, as far as we could coNcct, to >ay that bo bad had no opportunity or personally commuticatlng with the authorities of In'in on the subject to which the noble earl had referred Ho bad, however, received Information that the pro rose! m>oe of paying f r tbe conveyance of these troops was in strict accordance with tho usnal practice; and he also understood that the Governor Geno*al bad ample means at hi? disposal for defray lng tbc charges of freight. Tae subjects to which the noble esrl hsd adverted were of the grea est importar.ee, and bo could assure their lordships that tbey would receive the careful attention or Ihp horns government. The Ea 1 of ELLsmi0lorr.il?My lords, 1 do mast earnest ly hope tsat the nob'e earl and the noble duke who arc bo deeply lntt rentei in tho affairs of India, will take the trouble of looklmr Into ibis matter themseives. Tbey may depend upon it that tbey cannot sately trust to clerks either at the India House or at the ladia Board. Unless thoy ex amine Into thp?e affairs personally, and have before them a siateiii'Dt of the funds actually In tae treasury at Cal cutta and tn ail other treasuries in India at the very laleU period at walcli the account i as rendered; unless they ask q ;e?ti?ns with re-pect to those lends, an! ascertain how iv uicy are r??"j itaiuuie ior me pu'pvsesoi limitary operations, Iboy tnay rely upon H tbat, villi the boat pot ?1 'le Idu>ntloDR, they will fall Into the most grievous and fatal of errors Karl Uranmli s was understood to say tbat his right honorable friend at the head of tha Board of Control was not backward In fulfilling the dutie* Imposed upon him by the present emergency. On the contrary, b? was at that momint devoting bli utnost onorgy and attention to ce consideration of every measure adapted to moe. that emergency. The Karl of KLiWBOROrr.il?My lords, that may be tho btlief of her Majesty's government, bat 1 communicate very extensively wit gentlem n can ected with ndia, and I never met one mam among thtrn who has not the most thorough distrutt of the right honoruhle genthman now at the hi.id if the Board <f Control (--Hear, hear," and a laugh ) l'hu"subjejt then dropped. The Slave Trade. miTED STATES COMMISSIONER'S OMCf. TO Till BDITOK 01 TBI HBRAI.H. rnder the above cap'lon, In your paper or yesterday, la an account of proceedings before the I'nited States Com mlstloner, the relation of which la so lnsorroct that I deem It proper ti totlre It. In noticing the fact that I was indicted in Burton for Siting out the Mary E Smith, it leaves the Impression that I did not come forward voluntarily, bat was sorrendered by some one exercising power over me. You may reoollect 1 was similarly indicted 'art year for fitting out the AUira, upon tho evidence of one Andrew Wilson, a sailor, whooeaplalned against me because I would not give (pay blm, he said,) $600. ' I waa tried upon that Indictment last September, and tbe evidence of this sailor went to prove to the Judge and the jury that It did n* connect me In any way wl h the Altlva and, of oourse. I was acquitted. Nor ceuld this acquittal tako the proecntor by surprise, or be by him un expected: fbr twelve days before all ooncernlng that vex set was disclose-1 at tbe trial of Brown Tor serving on beard tbe Altlva, which should have stayed the unjust proceedings against me. But that would not sorve the turn of that gentleman. Bad Wilson been indlctol for perjury, which he com mltted, Indeed, and aOstted by those who were bound to know bs was committing that crime, he wouli nM hi e been ver\ conveniently a; hand to bs sent up to Bwtin to trump up another like Indictment based npon the same lory. The truth In this matter Is. tbat on lately returning fr>w abroad, where I went for the benefit or my wife's health, bearing of this Indictment, I went for? ard on the 30tb ult , voluntarily prescntrd myself and gsvs ball. Tbere v anoincr misstatement to uin report alluded to. Neither ot my kuretie* were ol>Tled to. to my keowlefge or ibetra, upon the (round taied tn the roport, of beto suspected or the offence in <inn*lion?that tn. flume ont the Marv K. Smi h. Nor oonld inch objection, If nolo, be ent'Alned. for, wben ttolt vestel nntlod from Boston. If I im corn city tnfo-med. tn 18 .5, nod In wblbb city I cover wu l>'it for ene bnlf hmrlnwy transit from Salem to New York, I w? not connected tn bottnem nor e'en noqiaioted with tbe gen'.emen who, one yea' taker, becvng my commercial par'ner* U B. UA CI Nfl \ l!EI3. Ntw York, Au^. 1,1857. TO wn. ll'tEtN. HP Wu mi fittsri, N> iv Ynmc, Juty SI, 1 IS7 Fm?Your letter, wrl'teu to mt nu the T^th In,'- I find published In i' ? II* < i' "i i > 'ay. 1 am surprise.' that you are tn analdi* to make the business ot your nice no. trims, am to ra')?? a totter to tie published tn the morning p unrs of no partleuia* lolereei loan) one eai -pi the parties It I* meant io i fleet; aeltber een I perceive that the (otter dog* yon any very great eredi', it* Ton v. h lly tn so received the tppUca'toii I made to you. and furnished no mason for continuing the faeeoflhe Ktiev tn i'?e itrcult O oirt You were not liberal enough to publish my biter to 'on. bet cboee to give a one s.ded statement ?t the aflslr, and I am sorrr you wrreeo Ttnrroiesslona :ia to Insinuate that j wu setini; on beh-ll of Mr. Weeks, a I Is reprre'i >|1 by *b|.' counsel. and wh t..fs i b . Mwr IwdIneSarpn Myvn very wen know. My propraition was that Tr. Aracjr should pn'ohan* he verse) from Mr Weeks sn I not t< at the latier should ssfl tbe veeiel as yoo state You brow verr we'l that Aranio has charter irom Weeks, authorising him io buy ths mail: ths' liealsobss s large amount f eargnOM hmrd-abru' S #.0uo tn i doe?wsleh he b*s shipped for'be express purpose of dlspiwlng o; abroad, and thai almost toe whole adventure of the voyst,e la In him, he vessel beat only about (.mm Ry keefng tbe vest el here he is ton rreateet sufferer and feels tnc less very sensibly. It Is easy say h" car bond ths cargo. but Hnsy be moredllUculttoohtsIn is- necessary teeorily. He presumed your reason for carrying the caee In the t'.r cull'eurt wasslmp'y because you had a pr-iudla* agatust Mr. Week* and Csntafu Van Vtrhten, and again* Ms move menu H<> far s* poire super rargo of Urn tesse'fs eoorerned. be determined tf possible, to remove these pr^udtcan If he could In thin view he made the proponltloo eontalaed la my lettse to ron of the 21at Inst He eld this uoon h a own r -spun Mvlllty. supposing inn Mr Weeks was wlldng to sell Uu-vet ael for the prtee named In the charter party, panieala-ly If she could ther? by be released from further detention Ml lets I fnl v ewplalned to you pemo tally. He also knew thai It wnn'd be an Insult upon jour legal reputation to say that you can dldly be,ieved that yoo oouid noadetnn the vaeeel and her car go In the circuit Court, or any other respettabie trih Ml He considered there was nothing improper In taking this step, al though la that you seem to differ from htm It ap t'ars to me thai your rontons for not nooeedtng n r Aranju's proposition are very peculiar, and snotwhaj Inconsistent. Von say il the venae! be Inno mnt. you see no reaarn whv her ownership or mas'- r should be shnnged. and Immediately nfierwardn you state ns an et tpanrdinary fact, thai he la the owser of this and another vessel now under arrest and wrote the charter party of a tblvd, also undT arrest , thereby aai misg that Mr. Weeks' claiming thin vemel niimang for rofiieine Mr. Aranj o'a ap tlmii' D. O: e .ar?e. *eearn" tinreieland whr Mr. Amnio In be ma<le rmptnalhle for the v la of Mr Weeke If bi? act* In rrferenee to ..iber ranaeM are aa lanoMni n< h ? a-la in rrferen *e to tba Wen, It would ha a alaoder to aocuac bun of brine engaged In 'he elnre toide. ton aim deel lee let lag if la varael go to aea beoanae, a* goo aay, lata port It nor of the pn.ni# wher- reaeela arr prepared for alavr vngaera bo It ao. dona iba naaka the itll'-n gulltgf Too aim charge tbai thr nartlee eng?re?l la ib" h ialnae? Mara bg Ibalr Inamoltg eluded ibr ctellakce cf tbr offltrra and alan drlrro trader. I ri raged in lawful bnaioaaa 'roai oeriali polo< on the eoaet of Africa by gelling thrlr rnrgooe at a aacrtffegbafbre taking a cargo of ?laTea ftoppoaleg thla to br tror. ao -h rraaoaia cannot .ntttilg tbr detention of ihMor angmh'-r rraaa'. If an. tbr propertg of innnerr mm la nlwaga llahlr to be aaarlliord by thr mere caprice of ?o> eminent ofleera. I aoppoer. of retiree, Mr Arano la oar of tbtpartlee goo nltnde to ae being ngpeeted of vitiating the law. Iran n j naghaUarnb'ngr amplrbowraallga man mag br Injure I bg tbrrr brine a aoaplrlon aea'nat him, wltbnnl any leeal e\ Idrnrr to warrant It. If goo bad rr eeted Mr Aranjo'apro .attt'>non tha ground ifcnt gnu believed the Piktrtet Ourt erred la Ita droi aton and th >1 you raalldly brllrrrd thero waa reasonable ground* for aa, oming thai ihli veaeH and cargo would be ooadrmnrd In tbr Circuit fVmrl, I ah mi l frel bound to >>a aaO??d wliii rour cnnelnalon, no ma'trr bow m tab I mag hare thought gott erred la judgment: bo- I cannot help but onto p.air, on behalf of mv ellent. when yon rrrb the prorrmra of tbr Court In detain bla propntg opoo mere inaplrlnn be be tog a man wb<iae eharactrr atanda above repmacb wherever be la known. Altbongb gnu deem gonr eoorae plain in gtre no faellltlea lo partiec kuapeeted nl being engage 1 la vlola'ljg Ibe law. It ta elflicnlt to nnJera'and wbat fadlltiea gn will ilea bg allow Ing a man 1/t cam on a legal hnalnara bg not Interposing oh atnelee agalnat aim In Ibe ioadoctof tha, b'telaeay. ver- ma pertfollr, goor obedient re'vant, 'HARI.KU H HT.At'K. Ho?. JOHP m? it Mm, uiiitwi nn\ ?* mrnn aiiomvj. ine-fa-dr-tiit's Rind to hi Ot?b* Op bt tdi Sim x Nation ?Tlit ?, I'eter f' ? /><? , of the T2d till. bM later intelligence from the Pionx Vgency. The ."ton* Indiana have given up the Indian who a.abund the noldmr, and he I* noenprlroner In the fort. Should the aoldler die, the In i nn will be mimmartiy *hot It In no* a*c*r lained, beyond a don id, that Ink pa du tnh and hit band arc annuity Indian* Their nam?a are os the Mat, and only Inn tali bo drew pny for eleven t poo awertalnmg thin, Mr Cnllen, the Sopt rlntoBdant. under Inttr intion from the 1* pMiMcnt, refneed to pay the Indian* nelll they nrroader rVnk rwdu tnh nod hi* band, or rrtermlnote<I them. At (lift, Una co oed great direall* notion, lint they flnniiy an qulenoed, and n party of two hundred bravni, *lt Trom each bond, bM alreadv etarled for that purpoee The troopo do not go with litem Ink pa do tah la at Skunk lake. The wrctchoa will now, in all probability, be oxter ruinated, root and branch, which will undoubtedly put on end to all the dimen ttno Tab Halifax a*s Br. Jons Boat Kacf ?It wn* reported tbat the eportlng enmmnndy of Halifax had at cepted the cballonfe to another boat raon wlti the tjl John frikb, W svBK vff M 4*1UU A gul U The Ureal Telegraph (expedition. OCK LIVERPOOL CORRMPONDKNOB. Livmbpool, July 18, 1867. Oner Ten Hundred Mil* of Ike Oabie Oniled on the Ifiija-a ?Projreu of the Work? I'inI of the Prvnce \apoleon to th> Ship?Hit K'ception, dc The wcrk of taking ibe cable on board the Niagara Is progressing bo rapidly, Uiat over too hundred miles of It has been colled in aoniewbal lesa tban f jurtoen days, and we are getiing on at present at the rate of from elgaty to ninety miles every twenty fair hours. Thjre are four circles for IU reception, threefof which, as you have been already Informed, are In the fore part of the ship and one in the after part, and all of wh< :h It was expected would affo-d abundant soaoe for the twelve hundred and Oft/ milts we have undertaken to lay. Our engineer, Mr. Ere rett, had drawn out a diagram showing the parts of the vessel In which the colls were to be made, and a aketob of which with all the details was transmuted to the Han*M>, but the engineer of the'Telegraph Company, as I afterwards Informed you, considered that four circles would be sufficient, and concluded to dispense with the fifth. That diagram reprecenled the fire coll plan according to the following table, giving not only their poaltion, but the number of miles In each coll:-? Fori Coils. Milt I. The coll In the hold 480 The coll on the orlop drck 192 The coil on the main decs 1(18 Am* Coils. Coll on the main deck 320 Coll on the criop deorc 90 Total number of miles lu all the coils 1,250 It has turned out, howeror, that there was a mistake in the calculation of Mr. Brignt, the engineer of the Telegraph Company, and that the filth coll could not be dispensed with, as he bad supposed. He was under the Impression, douhiloss, that the cable which had been manufactured at Birkenhead, opposite Liverpool, was of the same thlckneis as that made at Greenwich; but It hat ilnce appeared, from practical experience, from the Isying of the coll, that lu diameter is is greater from an eighth to a quarter of an inch It Is this (inference In the ilze of the two portions of the cable that has rendered the making oi a fifth coli absolutely necessary. This ooll wlO be commenced to morrow, and will take about one hundred and fifty miles of the deep sea cable; but another wlli hare to be termed alter our arrival alCork, of the shore cable, which is nearly completed at the Greenwich factory, and whuh will be taken on board die Agamemnon to th? place of rendezvous, where we wtil take eur portion of it. This will be fifteen milee long, and will weigh altogether, sereuly five tons, or fire tons to the mtle. Ia the firegoing 'able I have given you the proportionate Lizes of the ditlerent colls, according to the tirst calculation, but as you will soe from the following, that calculation haa been contilerably moditlod.? Milet. Coll In the fore hold 351 Ooll on the Tore orlop deck 140 Colt on the fore main deck 210 Total../ 704 there are 704 mllus coiled in the fore part of the vessel, whicn, with 297 that have been laid In the wardroom circle, gives a total ot i,C01 that havopeen taken on board our nhio up to the oresent time The circle on the fare mam Ueek, in whirl), nv is ?lated In the table above, there arc 1210 in.lee, will oontalo as much as 330 when finished, leaving about 100 to be coned en the ne w circle, which ii now ready, and in which the OrefrHako or the oable will be laid to-morrow. There roma.u 1260 miles more to be coiled; and, an tbls can be accomplished In six days at the utraiet, wo ought to be ready to leave Liverpool by the :tih Inst., which allows a rnargiu of two days. The machinery, however, is not all up, and It ma* be thai our departure wlil be dela-ed till the 1st of next month, judging from the alow progress which bat been made. The Agiunemntn has 1.too miles on board, and although she commtneed coillrg about two weeks before oar ship, It Is though; we wlil bo ready for sea and start for Cork about the rame time iior portion of the cable, as you have been already Informed, is ceiled In the one cirsle, which will throw the wb> le weight and strain on one place, while ours Is equally distributed. There was a meeting a few days ago in I-ondon, or the Atlantic Telegraph Company, at wh oh the point where the two ships are to join the ends of the cable was discussed. Borne were tn/aror of the plan originally proposed, of uniting the two ends In mic-ocean, the Niagara running over towards the terminus lu Trinity Bay, a ad tbe Aga memnoo towards that M Valrntla Ray, the two termini being 1,864 miles apart, Instead of 1,831, as stated In some of the papers on this side the ocean. Others?and I under stand they were In strong lorce?opposed thia, and advo caled an entirely new point of separation. They proposed that the whole licet should start from Valentia Bay, on lbs south western ooatt of Ireland, aid running as straight a oourse as poaatble for Trinity Bay that the Agamcnnon should pay out tbe whole of her portion of the cable to the Niagara, joining the ends and completing the work. The objection urged against this sraa that It would ttk>' twice the length of llmo to lay It In this way ihat would be con turned by both vessels If engaged simultaneously In the operation The question Is Mill unsettled, but It Is believed that tbe original plan will be adhered to as tbe least liable to the chances of the elements. We bed no lets s personage on brviril ye<terJa* than Trlnoe Napoleon, the eon of Jerome, King of Westpballn, and another of the nephews of his uncle. He was alien jed by bis suits, oonmttng of the following gentlemen:? Le Baron de Is Koeclare, captialne; le ehef d'escsdron d'rtst major Fen I ; I hrani, side de camp du Prince, chef d'escadron de cavalerte ; Clero, .Buyer da Prince ; M. Kegnault, membre de l lnMltnt . M. de ChancMtriaU, Ing nieur dee mJnes; M. Arago, son of the astronomer, lospecteur (ien. ral des Beaux Arts ; Is canltatne de fr< gale 8,1 vs. commandant le yacht Keine Hortsnse; Hainelln, He i.enant de vaistcan; and Miet, ensegaedc valeeeau. It was understood tbat ih. prince was to suit tbe ship tr, cry ?that is, everybody, from the captain down to the powder moodeys, were to know who he was?at least S rb is the meaning of the word a* estab llsbed by royal nsage and cestom. The yout g Knglleh Prince Is to make bis tour of K trope. you know, in the tamn atvlr and wlien all the other members of tbe roval lamllv aet out on tbelr t-nreli It la to be presumed they will adopt a atmiler r ouree The I'rinoe and bta autte cama alongalte la a and bia Iiiip?rtal Highncaa waa the Aral to come on board. Tbe cnplnln invite t tbe whole company into Ibe cabin, where be explained tbr dlderent featnree of Interest In tbe enterprise to tbem The l'ritco, you arc aware, la raid to be a remarkable Itkenoaa of b'.a (treat uncle, bit be ta much taller, beta: about (ire icct eleven. He baa certainly too Napoleonic face, and might enally be picked oat in n crowd aa a mom'orr of the f.amtl)r; but thai grand Imperial expression which yoi: aeo In all the porirnlt* of tbe Klrat Napoleon, and which eeemtd to mark him for an I'mperor, la -vabtlng in the rapbew. He l? ab > it thirtyi lire year* of age and resemble* hie uncle, not only In tne face, but ii tbe peculiar atoopof the "boulder* by wbi",h the Little Crrp-.rai waa dlatingulabed. Tb<- I'rtnce ia exceedingly a labie In nia manner*, and although hla km e1 ledge or Kogttah appear* to be somewhat MM, be manages to carry on a tolerably animated CToeer?etloa with ibe tartial ell of an Interpreter. Gepttlo Hodaon 1 prated bim up In all the particulars about the ctble, the war It la made, tbe way It la to be laid,end, laet of all t ie way tbe ship* are to lake when tbey are engaged In paviag it out. He tarn took the I'tlnce and enlt aronnl tbeweeI eel, and showed tbem all that waa worth aeVng.an I when be waa taking bit departure manned tbe rigging and ga-e him three r.heera The I'rinoe *i> very much gra.iAcd 1 with bta reception, and Invitedtbo captain t?dine with him the aame afternoon. 1 should state that be carried off, at , a ninmeolo of bia visit, a map of the telegraph route, whltb 1 wee preeer.ted to bim by Lieutenant Walls, who made bit ' acquaintance tome months tinea at a ball given by tbe ICnueror at tbe Tallerle*. Trie Niagara ie as grenl an object of cartoetty sad won der here ee the waa to the peopleof Ora-. eaend, when 'ha waa l ;og in tbe Tbamo , aud her fame lias ev landed far and wtdo throughout tbe ceaatry. Captain Hudson, for ibe purpaee or giving all who may deal re to eea bcr an opportunity of doing ao, baa permitted one of the ferry companiea to bring piaoaogirt a ongaide, but baa issued an oider that tbey ahull not be e lowed to go below tbe a par deck, or In any part oT ibe ship where they m ght la any way Interrupt or Interiere with tbe workmen who ere employed ii oot ling tbe oaole an I Oxing up ibe aachinery. Ana large number of peraooe bare ttkee ad v iota?e of this privilege, Ihe fbrrv oompany it reaping quite a harvest, and la of conrwe taking every meant to keep up the public Interval In the ahip They bave ieaued large poete ra, * ,irti more at you iron tne warn Mar M wharvea .and craament the wiieethouaeaof thaataamhoata plying to and Iron the ahlp. Tbe public era oatlfled, through tbe mean* of ibeor, thai "lbs I.aviatban t.'ni.ed Htata* frigate Niagara la to )<e aeen from nine o'cl 13k A. II. to eight P. M," and turtber, knowing that no vietler* are permitted to coma aboard on Sunday, they endearor to attract paaaeocera by announcing that rich and aucb imata paan the tAviatban A man an iblp on their way to acrh a pie. a, and that they will K round her for the purpoae of letting them hare a II view of Utla mounter of tba deop. Por tbe privilege of Hitting tbe ablp, tbe Terry company nbarga oca abllhnr nor! og a bead, wblcb la about twenty Ova cent* of ytur money tba prlM of udmiaaion to any of tbe negro operatic entertainment* >a New York. With aoma of toe people, a abllling la quite a larre amount ef money, and It I* efreu aa much a* many rteeivefor balfa duv'a lanor. It if eary to Itnaglae from thla wbat an event I bey nonntder Ibn ap pearance of a veaael of th'a denrrlptiou In their wa ere, and that a viatt to bar la aomrtblng to loo* forward to av a treat wblch Uiey might enjoy only ooce in ball a omtury. In thla Male of mted thay oome on board and are attoniahed that they are not allowed to gn all over, even into thn oab'n and officer'* ward room hotn of wbloh are at prl rate aa any gentleman'* houae would be, aad which It la reatlv a tvlvilev* lo be permitted to enter. Some of them don't on.trrstand tble, but supposing thai the ?hill(nf entitles them to tan right or going wherever they pleeee. ro oeaslderebly disappointed when they Dad ui*t they are confined to the spar drck end thai lb* other parts of tho vessel am abut a alnat them <?oe of thee? trnot tip to tbe officer of tho dart a few day* since, and with a look of rttreme disgust and dlsaatleiectlon in bM face taid be desired to go ho low. "I shnnld eertatrly allow yon to do ao with plnaanrn," aald tbe officer, "bat there ie an order agalnat permitting perrons to go below thta desk, aa tbey might .nteriero with tbe operatises."' "Bat 1 want to tee It, you know," sai l the visiter: "I paid my shilling to look at every part of the ship I was promised that I abeuld see tbe berths below aed all the ship underneeih, when T geve my money " This was said with a manner and In a lone of votoe which would lead a person to en pp?ee that he had been swindled out of bis shilling, and that tbe offlser ntmeeti was a rarty to the transarnoe. This ended the conversation, and the visiter left the sh'p In high dudgeon, leav ng en undecided imprestlon on tbe mind of the officer whether he intended lo sue him for obtaining money nnder false pretences, or that hia Indlg nation had r0 far got 'he better of him as In utterly deorlve him of the power ef replying In manner that would do justice to bia feelings. SGfiVEY or TBI m.BOBAFHIC fl.ATBAB IT mi GTOLOM. Tbe fbllewlng letter, dated from R. B Maiaaty's sloop Cjci>r, st. Wi l( ? rw io?w U tereetiug perticrlare respecting the eurvey of the coarse for the AUeillc telegraph cable ? As the peeing s communlcatlor between Irelvnd end Newfoundland by submarine telegraph li now occupying a consloerable amont of pablks attention, a few pardoular* of the proceedings of her M^jest) 'a steam sloop Cyclone, IJ< utenaat Day man, appointed to surrey the Course firths bed of ibe cable may no; be unacceptable. She has with In the laid three week* d. termtnexl the depths of the oceea on the exsct I ne on whicn it ts proposed to lay the cable. It tar bren found that the bed of the ocean rartee considerably In riet>lh between the two termini; It will therefore be or considerable importance that In 'aying down the cable, all >wance be made the sererai lotouallii r Various subjects of scientific interest will, It is confidently hoped, reoalre some light from tbe Cyclop-' voysge as she has succeeded In asoer alnlng the terns tiature and denslly of the sater at great dephs, ano in procuring and preserving Ban.pies of water l'rom tteui. and brlDgins up fr m th.< bed of the iCMDied HI of It* fonnsiion In couatdirable quantities Tbaee H|cdiiitun present some curious anomalies, belogompceod pertly or microscopic marine animals, and alio, la one lunaiK-o, ma'ly In mid ocean, and from a doptb at aboot 1 ,f>80 fatliom*, of oortl n* of a ?h>tl which, trhea peilec', must have been the leoi-mi-nt of a much larger animal Uan we have reason to believe has ever been fourd or procured Irom such depths; particle* of atone have al>o been brouiht up from the greatest depth', and or approaching the Newfoundland c >a't, at the distance of 16u tn: c?, lie whole of the bottom was one gravel bank to the meridian of b'i degree*. The Cyelope received from the authorities ev> ry facllty for carrying out the ditlen -hf ban been engaged in, but the limited ttm' alio *cd b'-r ba> tn\ed to the utmost th ingenuity and energiea of her officers and men Our Minnesota ( orrespond enre. ' ?r Pact, Mln., July 27, 1847. 7\i Dv.iUt Headed CkmititutvneU Oonrention?Thc RtpubU cans Hard aI Work?The Democrats not yet Organized, tie. The proceeding! or the Constitutional Convention oT thin Territory null continue highly Interesting and unique. In the republican camp matter* have been going oa very qulei y, and tbey are making quite rapid progress In the formation or a conititutlon?their policy being to finish up their wrrlt aa soon as possible, and go before the people. Tile democrats, however, hove adopted quite a diflbreat system of laches. "lay the foundations broad and deep," Is the motto on which tbey are acting. The great point on which the battle will be fought, it that first day's proceed logs, when, according to democratic authority, the oonvea" 'ion adjourned and went over Into the4oounctl cnamber, where ihe convention stlU remains an unorganised body! and according to republican authority the convantica dldnt adjourn, but is still tn session In the same hall, busily en gsgea in ice concretion or Minnesota lundnmenlal law. I ay this is the great question to be doaidod, and the democrat!, like old tacticians as Uiey are, bare determined to make sore of sticking a pic right there before they proceed further. It Is true they hare met with aome slight obstacles in the way of completing their organisation and going on with the work of making a constitution. Only fifty four members hare as yet made their appearanoe, which ii just a moiety tf the convention, bnt not aqaorum. Tho ablest men among thsm believing that a quorum In unrccosearj in the constitution of such a body, and'mpacially in consideration of the fact that the returns sio? the moiety to represent 1,600 majority of the popular vo'e of the Territory, are for going on and completing tho organization | at once; bat two or three weak brethren, afraid of adoptlag new precedents, refuse to assist In a miuorlty organisation, and therefore It has beenthougit better to wait for the 66th man to come in. In the meantime, however, they are performing a grand coup diiat. the effect or which wtn I be to give thetn a position Before the world, by passing ! a siiens act of excommunication or their republloan neighi bora. On Wednesday the 22d, Judge Flandrau, the reoent { appottee to the Supreme Ben jh of the territory, ofiered the i following preamble and reao utions ? Whrreiu. There is olUclni evldenis, through the report at the Committee on Credentials, that there is a uia.i trity of the legally elected members to the Constitutional Convention who claim, aud are entitled to seals in this convention ; sad whereas, the members ascertained to be legally elected from the offclal documen t jefare this <k>nventiou, represent more than atxtren hundred majority of the popular vote of the Territory. ard wberras there is now a pody of men who have taken possession of one of the halls of this capttol, sod eall tbetnaelveaTthe t institutional Monveciionwt, th>nt anv legal a< thorl y or right, althonch s me of those oonnerted with last aaeemblsge ma> ie endtled to seats in this Convention, bat who have nut seen proper as vet to present the r rredrn iaia or lo attend the meetings of this body, since the regular ad .louixmrstof.tba Convention on Monday the thirteenth instant? therefore. Resolved, That the assemblage wf persons now ooeupyiag the bee rear r.utlves' hall of this caplloi. styling themsrlvesthe ' Constttnilr.nal Convention," Is without the authority of law or of parliamentary usage and revolutionary In its t Itaraeter, mid tbrrdurr should not be recognized ay the electors of this Territory, nor the ollioers of the general or Territorial government Resolved. That a copy of the above preamble and resolution together with a copy of the report of tbn. Committee on On ilenttals. be forwarded lo the President of the United States, each of he beads of the departments of the geueral government. each ot the member*of the Senate and House of nepretentatives of the I. nltea States, and to the < lovernor. Secretary, Marshal, librarian, Auditor and Treasurer of the Territory as Minnesota. The Judge supported his resolutions, la a speech of mora than an hour end n half, of more than usual ability. Tho neit day ex Governor Gorman folio wed In a three hoars' speech, In which be not only proved the revotat onary and unlawful proceedings of the black republioana In the conviction to the satisfaction or all democrats, but ths same dangerous tendency of black republlcaas generally Ha eald the conduct of that parly now In Minnesota was simply carrying oct the programme Issued from abroad, and executed here under the especial direction of Senator Trumbull, of lllin ffs. who waa In St. Anthony on tbe day of eieciton, and gave direction fbr issuing certificates to the topublican n ;n irlty delegates. the Uore.-Lcr further announced that the aforesaid programme exlcu .rd to tho transfer of the entire stock la ratio of the " freedom shrtekers" from Kansas lo Minns* -ota. inc.u ttag tho Emigrant Aid Societies, wnich were te send In their herds of abolitionist! to overrun tho Territory totheuiitr d< tui.'iUon t.: every thing Ike good order or democratic principles. A weak minded person In tbe lob \'j ?u|fi mvu iu?t uuiu in rDii|rftuia 1117111 mri' t gOOS (fleet on the price of corner lou, oapectailr if tbe Kiom contributions were Invented In IbU direction ><ul he was at occc allenced aa a mercenary wretch. AH..pother, the Govt 1 doc mvio decidedly a great ipaerh. aotnewhal e?c?'a trie like irraaetr, hut full of Strang point*, and one that will trll in favor or the democrat* It la bt ing published In pamih'd fnrni, and le to be extensively circulated through the Territory The del ate liai been romp on up to Una time, and WlII be continued until U10 other delegate makes Liu apt*aranoe, wben they will ergantue and go to work. The duplicate character of the tftnnaeota Couatlt ltlonat Convention might, under certain clrc 11 rattan re*, give rtaa to awkeard rolitikcs, from the fact that tbo olllrltl documents of both bodies are lasre.i tinder the tame ityle. f ollow mr the example of tbe different dlr! motor "The Chtir-b," ?ach body a*muiu>i the ttile of " fdr Convention," and Ignore* tbe exlatence of the other. "Tito Oon vcttlon'' 1 republican) the other day pasted a resolution requirirg the Scrritary of the Interior 10 have tbe oenaan la' rn In the Territory according to law, bet " Tbe Convention (democrat c) are engaged la pawing a reeoluOoa not.f; lug tbai offlter that tne Ix.dy which s?nt klm tbo notice lan't " The Convention" at all. We are an enterprtetng rtoplo, and wben we do get a onnaMnlua, look out for a atroog JocnuDi. tlaar Tort ain Prince Corraapnodrner. Port *r Prim x, duly 19,1U7. Life Intranet in Ilayti?More Sianrf Vded the I n penal /'*>? ilg?Tht Fire and like Empemr?MarKOt, 1tc. There la a new feature la our Haytlaa business, whtoh will doubtlaea prove loteroatlng to your reader*. It la the e*tabllabmcat at Port an Prince of a branch of tbe lea do* Northern Inr.trance Company, w.lh a capital of ?1,2M,7M Nterhng, including not only ire, but Ufa Insurance. Tbe company la fxlontJre'y advertised, and will probably Had tfcia a valuable branch bnuae. An Ineurance company la abicb implicit conddetye could be piaoed baa long beam wanted In Baytl. At tbe meeting of tbe Henae of Representatives, called on the I at July, after having administered the oath to two new member*, a law waa p?aid incvaaelng the income sT tbe Kmperor to $2,000,000, and that of the Km press In 1,000,000. To each member of tbe royal fbrntly $10,000 wer* voted. Theee tuma, bowevor, are la Haytlaa currency. which now atamla 16 lf a 10. On tbe Hut Inst, a violent dlecnaelon took place la the bouoe.ln omeeqnooceof a mutlon rendering 11 a civil of fence lo arreet or pnalab la any way whatever a member "i "**" 'llr?, 'i?"w luunirna or IM ipwitl oom mud of thnt br If Tb? mouon It nfarrrt to. rommlNw who rtpvrt nyntn.t tbe prof teuton. Rule r-. ww befbrii !be Kmww Vrltf, the IHrnk of the Mnperor tbue triumphing owr Ute nool'ilv A enaMnl E5 ME5- "" 1 - K SS1 ! . - ^ j ,h* ,"v,",hl' h*?"l of the Almighty ut |hre. pome to the retcne of your petple, V-i . m itn(?ndlog run. Tea, ptre, thehauee " Ind term. to iprene tt* gmlitnd.- for nU the coed ^n'l '"Ti.i.iS.0" rnt <* <">>r on tbe preiewi. bnt Anlmnt.d hy irtnUrre of the pnrmt pntrloihm. we, too, wit . f,Tor I.*'*' ,oar *Ul*ety for the welfare ot Ike ne'ton. . V'J' Pr eeree the ilnTK of Faiunln the riret i *lif<i by Dlrtae rrovuteoce to rule the <leatlalre of IfnyU. The market nt Port na Prince le dull. Coif** hee fnllea cnnelderably tince our l*et The dellrerlee ere large, amounting bnge Al Jaemel ilUlm ure dull. OnfTee le beld nt ?130. Prorlalnne nre nhnndul, ned large <iuanUlies here been .hipped by lig'.tere from tin- port to Ah* (.eye*. iFieiMiK ?Protleione, which nt the commence meet of tbe wrek were to demand, nre row nbnndeut. le oonae'liience of the high rntce of f/eight, merchant* nre obliged to eend cclleu nuh logwood to I'ort nu Prince by inenne of coeetere. fbr ehlptnent. Thl* noco' eta for tbe ueuennlly large dellreriee nt tw? Intter port. Tan R*n Rtvin Ritmt-Dstahtitrii or thf- EcPLoenwi K\e?DiTTov?The main body of the atpodltlcn, np pointed by the gorarnacnt to eurrey the rente from leu snoerlcr to the Red Hirer, for the lmproTom*nt of which ?5,COO wor? Fotrd l*?t #r?*|on, loft Toronto vnotnrday ?rmrnnoa by 'n,ir h'1"'** inrthom oa-*. Th? OMIt^wmd hu boon chartor?d to cosrny th' n to Fort William, on lAk? F'nwrtor, whonre ?hov will procond #y land and conno*. The canon# *1* In nnwbor. orn to b? managed b? Indian*, woo har# born obtained from I >vnr Vanada rio*ldea iho nrrryint party I'rufnwor Hm 1 poo# a* irrolnitl't, and It N bipod thai on hi* r?tnm ho will ha able to oowmnnlroto ralnnjle Information on Iho nharaoirr of iho rntion tmromod Th# following or# th# namta of tho gontlomon comprising th# ntpodltlon ?'tnorgw (Madman, director; (Madman, Jr., ooWotonl W. S'aninr, engineer; H 11. Klllaly, lr , C. fbwalabnrry, Fdward Coy ley..f Qaylny. apatitant# J. fl Pawtoa, turroyor; Rat *ell, flandet. Campbell, aaitatant rhola and rodmen. fYnfoooor Hind, gnnlogltt Mr riomlng. otalottnt, and fonrteen eanoemen. tho onilro party oontltling of (w*tlti toyoa p*fw?ifc.-a(r?nte