Newspaper of The New York Herald, 8 Haziran 1860, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated 8 Haziran 1860 Page 3
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K 4,t, (a. ipMnaw.kr tbe *?? wtit-b it J| . too MMMB MMM>C Mr OWO y?.nt e*M.-?) Ifc# Roj'U I.v* bM i > br 111 out of B?r loriou* MM fc Bp wniehehewih renoualy dWti j uaftwl t<ha bti ?uc F ?ui?r(?M alteration! M dUTctrf )t iiim, b it to d<i artU ud unleaa nm eaurrrising Y*ok<?? again g?t? p 1?4?' una er her efca ?1U rot hi E.>-imii w*wr? a? t Moa . ante yacht f K m; be proper u> Add Here, u a m? '?r of la>'*? that ?b?* nv ?o? by Ibe Awrtr? ?t id mat, ia 1M7 presented Of ih? toa? orurf >.* the rncto t-i t> New York Ynftfct CKib, a;; in. .wud by tots roli ivn, letter ? fbt? cap tn? off rod ? a ??!?' tt S? ft* * < ftcBU of all tiMiKm, ?riUH.*. Co dili?r?n 1 Of ' >? wf(, (jui( mi uiv liMi wi^n, tat iijvm "i :be uibuoj r*garta of <Ue Ri/i' Ya t SqivirtX, au-1 wt. ?oi hy th? Aia*rica, b?afrjg r(bl cuM?." <.i1 ?ir*l K-'.^uitrywlu which Mart*] ia ifte ra*. r?w C'|i li if--ed to toe ciuh, under th? to tiwiatf couju i>-* ? aij orgtnu^l yacht clob of my Ureifu j.>mury ?b?. alwaya be eh&tk-d, tfcroafb uy ooe or mo-? o' :? ia oi b*r?( to elanr the rl|bt of aeiiii* ?tci for ihn c?| ?*? Ohj yacht or veawl at sot mm uu tnirty or aur taea three hundred Wn? meujm by tht'Vetoa Bona me of Ike wastry to wh.ch the v? * >! beluga. "o portion denlrtog la tall far the rnp sty mhkn any atMcl with the yacht club to poMeMoa of the uu? Uat <aa; ? oetervuaed by mutual content, hat ia ceer of o>a??r?c mett aa to tens*, the aiatcj itiall ho aaiied over tha oaui eourte for the annua: rvgttta of tbe yasht o;ao U m?ha? \ * ?K>n of the mip, bod anoj'c: to lu ruios and uoluig ragu 4 >auoee, ut? cbailebklag party being bound v> gltfi at i ?<i?.ha louckln wriubk, atlng ibe d*j they wah tiai*. i i 2k >1 to is; -trtttu -.u, ua icmtowl that uw cup te u> b? th ' . njmttj of u? club, 4o<) ml of ih? mratxri lao'eif, o ni4rl of ihe rwunl wlnulag it :a the mav^u, aui ti.? ib<> oribul'.kko o> keepiig it open t> be eilled fir oy in j e)cb? of all toreiga couatrvs on lh* teraaa atnv mul down thai i fbre?er alt*-b to it. thua making it a >?' puioal challenge cup (or tiiendly ocm^utna betweei tortlga countries. till bfpicr ok tbi akkbica on ewlisii yacht dm. .tmeag the many revolutione? political or aortal, tor reetrlal or aqubtlc^which have occurred to england om probably ev jr wrought to but cbangee in an ei lib.abed syetem aa the ad teat of ihe aaeooa ha mate peculiarity were a long, aharp bow, a width wbla wh gtedeit two-ibirda at the length froa her stern, as , aalki whicb, la american ban la, were elwaye trimnae <iume let. the object attained waa, irst, greater tpee *mh tm aame tonnage and canvaia; aeoond, f*?t?r tu bihty la the veeeel?that ie, an increased b?id up>a tb water; third, greater ervnn-t* aail equality or motion luurth, greater poweri of endemnoe in rough weatbei and qftfc, a ateadineea or mut-n which eat >led ber 1 lalbag to keep close fc> the wind, and kw hi lnue leeway. she was a novelty aa well a a sseceaa, and the reeut w?h th* a wbok ?ile reformation et>au??nced which b?a brought ta art of ya;h? building en 1 ya;ht sailing la kbglaud to b%her drgrc- of pe.-fecuan tbaa it ever befo. e attained ibe aaeteat bluff bo*a wore embanked for the sharp ? aad clear run of the amer'ca, aa impula* waa gtront ute ipert all over the wirwl, and a large number ? yachta, moauy oo the yankee model, were aided to th-* ?,r?a?iy la exntcnce. within two yoa-i after her a; l>?araac? no kn than eighty ave y aclta ? ?r? ieagtheaa at -he bowa, or, aa it la termed ia eogiand, "amen canized'' otter they wne but::, and more than sfty c torse are oow tbe 'aaust resells aujat. u addition to the'.r *f**d, it hae beea foend lha?, like tb .america, u>?-y "lay ts eailor in a gale wlad, ship let water oror their bow* la a heavy eta, and guiealoag wm leea eiatorbaace, caret u log and plaaging than they did b? lore their alteration. itialdea thin, tbe aterpr hare beei i'dtrored, um aaila aad rigaiag atmpuoad.aad oe ganen c< igorattoa of tbe hu.'l mate to cambioe the q-ia'kiee o intu comfort an 1 apeed. la fa.i, the aagiu amartcai ama guaa'tan haa proved a oomp'ete ncceea; and ib.wgl ear k^g'jah oonalna, ettb?r from wan* of pl mx or dtapo aliiea, have never yet jafurled tbo drluah bargee m on waten to give ca a aampir of tbe <\naltuia op '.>>atr " aim rieaniaed" rra/t, there la a prouil aatla'ac'.i u a kaowta, that brouer joaathac haa uugbt hie reapestable old an i . miar .a thta. aa u a rood maav other thlac*. the ma vhJaa' ' Iraw be erer learned TH? TACIT 8ILVIB IN KVilLAM0. aoeuraged by the sacoeeo of the America, tb yacht HtK, beleagltg to Mr. Lootn Depaa, of tbl city, ?h ctrrM Into Knglieh water* la IMS Be peculiarity war, thai though of nearly tw*> hundred toa m*aaurem?at, abc drew only about roar ai.d a half feet< nter. By a peculiar arrangement, bo ire far, af oaitt bcaroa or attdlag kcela, which dropped b iow the botio; to tbe depth of aevea feat, aba rendered I ftrocg wind* perfectly atlff, tba *>'?rda dlepeaids ?Hb tba evmtty of ulng ttbiflb 4 ba.la*t Ik M? van 13 feat loaf, ber boon 7t faot; froi lot ead of tba bowaprU to tba mul area M fee t u-d tbe jibbooaa w?? 18 fleet eat faa leagtb of b? 0 ck waa <0 r?at; beam, II feat? tnooea, daptb.Tfaa ud draught af water t)i feat aft au ' 8 ^ Am* at tba ton Tba I rat ooet of the twI waa lu-m-oaa, ber ortgtai 1 oeavaaor having expended upi a ber .>i>?arla of iJB.M I'odor tbaaa drcuma ?Boea, aad from tha fact tbat a rraft waa ejpoctad on tbe other aide wrcb bad aot giro aneh proofc of bar aaperiorlty aa woall jua'Jfy It attempt 10 data tbe ohamptooaht.i, groat latere) aa ei cited ta tbe Sylrie. Her flae aad pecalU itoea ware much admired, baiag eatl-ely different froi tba prtectplaa wbtoh bad prevtooaly regulate Kagbah yaabt build lag, but aha aallni ta aaly eae raoi 10a tb* occaatan aba waa bealea by tba Julia by abo< tbe leagtb af a bowsprit, but It la proper to aid that ther waa aot wutd enough ta keep bar a beau rail, and It wi a iirtft eontrat from beginning to ead. Mr Ilepau lam elately raaaed a chalk oge (tag t> bia maatheal, aa ?fered to aall a race .or aay amouat, or eren for tb haoaref tha affair, bsl he falltd to Sad aoo*p-ut>i *lbc EagUabBMtk bad got a Yankfw beataa, aud toej d< unataed to keep blm ao No o'her raoe rnam*\ lentl took place. Mr. Dspao remained oa the British c>ai about two yaara, aad thaw returned Wito tlx yacht to tb llatUil Vlali<a Til YAl'BT TBI'ANT. u?lw A iik rt -*r yaohi, whx-b went u> K^tao n 1H2 to roftge la the aoimatt. * ooolaoM lor itptm Aninrtpvit; Ml tbOMfh t UUlpatiaa la Mr mai *?r*|t oaly ihr*? Mid a half too* la aaaaa<ir*?MH, ah ply raallaad the high axpactaOoM of aft ?b ?9>? fear qaalMM. Ska waa KM la 1MJ ta Hr It V. Mnall, ? tbla ettf, aal aflar arrari I -train tr-aia tiara waa lakaa to Oraal Brtiau rbrw aha waa Uiraa prtara la 1 irarpoai, mi l*a to In - land, ta taat tsaa a j?ar aflar bar arrtrat Ska to Ife era! Tukd eHppar that erar auM oa Ifea Tkaaaa, aa Mr iiflU aocaa?a? aooa ladocad oUara from a gat x >mu batoa?iac 10 tba Birkeahead Modal Yaeht CMl wD fk raaa.iad la bar traaafar ta hia; aa tbal aba mi a* of Ife* TararM craft aC ifela ?atorprl*af arfaal mm. rut taiht miKm oil. Vklla onr ?a*^a?-a, aatortuaatily, arcaot i^oarall; itr*a u aandertaf f*r froa bi-aa la thtfr craft, Ifear ?ra a V?r iabi?.l alib lb* fnulno apirtl of lb* wpor\ I .MM lora of adraatjra few p-ompta-1 Utoai ta hraratb <iu>rrra of tba era, aai drop Ihalr Mcbora la foret? ftr\? Aiaoac tba mart reaaarkabla of tfeaa* ocwo trlpa kiMl rh>-t!y ao oa Ktnotil af tba dim'aatTe cb* i art-' af tba craft, waa a voyaga of tba Oaartar Oak ratal) yacht built by 0*fU n Wrbb, of 9u?'orl, oa ' ftrty lbraa f?at loaf. thutaaa feat wife, tra faat tferr nobra deep, aad ewaeiirlBe Iwaely IbrwIoM SB' atari ?d fro* Now York la .laaa, aad arrived at Liverpool tba a lb of Jalf, af-ar a mn of thirty aarao daya, he via sa?n aavlfated aernaa tba AUaaOc by Oaptain (Tekb aa ?m mm. flto Mt thla port wltk tba eaptala aad -w s eMa.bal oa the Irat day ont oae of the ta'ter waa kaiok *4 averbeerd by tba Jib Bf of tba boa*. fkta waa aalll -Jaat la kare deterred moat m fr?? proeaadlsf furtba oa Ibalr pwBaaa voyage, aad tkoogB oat of than d d ao caJamaad UM om^am or tba artllag of a Mat, aa ibara waa ao oferoaii?lei or chart of tba noaal am boar J , U?. y ooaHaoed oa aatU their deeHaaOoa w*a reached J I Irarpoal Oaptala Webb waa oardlaily raootvel, aad ha tba af <itopatfa( M Mi fMkt ibritaiuM! M,?M thi tacit Vinnnn. Th? aaa? aairaadj raarflkwto tk* M?ri* Ma. ton 1 ?"? ?*" * innir flka ? Itaackad at SMaekM, U I, ti J?, IW.krJDiM on, Oq , ?rf lk? rttjr, ud ooM lam Ska fe U 4 W(Mt yaekt arw ballt ta Ula omilrr, kaMg twa bai 4rM u4 farty tkraa MM llWrWlll, Bad af Ika ft towMff iimimhh -km, m mm; mm ?r m>m, m rw baaM.Wfcat nwo?b bMo*(ta| M Ik* Maw York TM Oak, ?k* waa mht Mtarad la a raoa, (Ma tka ftel lit 4?Hk kar MaaaarwMat aad aaoyaa ika woald kart ki to g?ra Ma ??ak ttaa to tka atkar kaaM. tatortarlr kar awwMMoaa wara of Ika mi coat I aad tamrtoaa cfaaraaMr, kar okkta pa aaaamn tka apyaa aaaaafa macaifleaaUy furalahad parlor, wkRaoototd wkaa awployad for Ike r"P??? of P ?? ?<"?, ararytan waa M tout, iMy aad akip akapad M Jm dpiotaat yacht I r<aa oral* Jaaira Dartac Ma eaMtaf viator, tka awa* I w*kar*>Var taaUa<Ma,aiartod ujma a enm to M "?a? (adi?a. Bavaaa. Naw Oriaaaa UJ mx?r ?>atl)?i r-fto, wkrra tkay vara b-wfuMr rao*T?d aa I Mt^ toiocd Poet ?tkrr Ikto ika waa feasor*4 af 'or tka M L' _. NEW ] y * JI2.C90 t3 f\pt WUBam C Conrte, tad then b'Hi? b ROMdeaN ftmi' by few adventures U tbe alave trade, j a ?tKk, throutb tba euaaiag of her YaakM aki>par tad i be o ?a fl-*tafaa, aba **? partially laooaaa'aL She waa ?h hIt i?b*? however, by the United StiUi, and la at pr *it ferld fey the autaonUee on me proceae of law. t \r nioii a? ibe c!e? en loot of the Wanderer waa diecorer ed, ibf Haw York Yasbt Club paaairt the following reeo hHtflU ? < ' Wberea*. Tfea fart la officially italed that a car ft) ot np?tram oi tmae hundred nefroee fraaa tha ooaat of Africa r?a b-ra laaoed m Georgia irixa tbe Waadarar, and i ivb?r?-ta tbe ?e?*?l iboa dnicaa'-ad ia oompriaod la tba 1 laiofyaebta toranuf tbe New York Yacht Squadron, tt i- hbtalmuuily revolved tbat tba name of tha yacht Wan ,*?< r b- Mated irqaa tha bat, and tba WlUtaai C Oorrta, t.mn let'jr of ?a>d yacht and member of thla etnb, priaaa1 ?i y for hi* d^lloeiftte rtolatkia of-the lawa ?f thx United 1 V 4't.a, bis; more ** >ecKlly from Uia Oatnf engaged la a 3 irafll i nM.nl tn hiiminttv Aai tfl thi moral ibifli of 1 ihe a>e:nbers of this aeeocieuoo, be, and be hereby is,ex wiled Iron cm New York Yacht Clab. TBI TACIT KMTB. * tLi? a another Antncu yukt, belengleg to the ' K*w York Yaoht Clab, which has found its way i ? iosg distance from home. Built la the vieuuty of 1 Jttou, tbe iw used ier a time by her owner, ' H. b Kcrbee, Eeq., ss a pleasure boat, but la J 4pul, ltftu, wae told m a pilot boat, to parties m Boenne A} res, and made the paaaafe rrom Boitoa i to Montevideo la foMy seven days, the ailwwt having . gone by the board oa the way. li Is an interesting feet 1 lb connection with thin craft, that the tt?g of the club was t oarried by her further w the upper water* of the Uruguay * tod the ito Negro than tbe American tleg had before been * She is probably tbe drat boat of the sqoadron that hai t vwtied the southern bemiaphero. TBI TACHT NOHTI 8TAI. The most Important event, however, in the history of private yachting la oar country, if nst of modern times, was ths journey to Europe, In M6I, t Commodore Yandarbllt, In ths North Star. This was a steam yacht of the largest size, built exprsssly lor her owner to make a pleasure voyage to, and combined all the requisites to tenure oomfort aad safety which money could prooure. She left New York in Hay, 1863, navtog on board a family party, consisting of Com. YaaderbiU, his wife, eighteen of his sons and son* in Inw, and t-augtiters aad daoghtora In-law, bealdes hte family phjiidai. and oiergyman, with their tedka, and after pleasant run across ths Atlantic touched first at South ao'pton; from thenoe Iks party prsossdsd to London Liverpool, Rome, Naples, Leghorn, Fiorenoe, Oopenhagen, Crotstadt, St Petersburg, filhraltar?vtsMlag, In fact, nearly all the promlnaat ssnpsrto of ths Oon .lnent, aad many oT tbe Inter ter ciUea The pussnes of a private citisen of the I'nlted States on such a magnificent pleesure jtunt, attasded by all the turronndlngsof royal splendor' na'urally netted wonderment wherever ha want,and throughout tbe trip the tourists wars ths recipients of bjul;.:ul horpitality. After spending three ssnnths to tbis isreeable manner, leaving the tmprsasten wherever be went thit Brother Jonathan could Mdo eosse things at ell a* others," too Commodore turned his sdvsaturoos p>ow bo ward, dropped anchor on the S7tb of Ssptem ber In New York bay, and shortly sftsr had the satiafac uod of seeing a record of the events of his ptenssst jour v iwrtwtuat^d In a volume puhliahed by hi< pasto ? " Ibe U- n uiC only one at the kind, we are aorry to add? * that by emulated from aa Amwleu pea & arLAM YACHTING IN ENGLAND AND AMBBICA. * Tbie la a braacbof the aport which la oomparattrely reotM, both la ihia aad the Old Oouatry. Nerertheleaa, It baa greatly iacreaaed la popularity, aad there are few a*org the frowned heada of Earope who are not the ownera of a royal ttcam yaoht. Queen Victoria aad the rrlaco Goiaort have ao leaa thaa (our, whaae model aad apeoo are aa aoar perltecUow aa art aad aaibltioa oo?M make then. Their aaaaea are the Vietoria aad Albert jj (frigate), Oaborao(leader), Fairy (aloop), aatd to be the laataat to the ktogdom, aad the EMa (loader). ' TBB VICTORIA AMD ALBKBT. The Arat earned la the oae to whioh the royal natt vn made to Fraaoe to Itti. She la nearly aa toag aa the great Blaaalaya atoaaaer, and built chiefly of aaahofaay aa Eaat India tank. Hhr Ooeka are laid with Ohtda Or plark*, aad fait la placed betwcea the beaaaa and deck tc deau< a aeuud. The attire a pace troaa the paddle boxaa aft la devoted to the acooaiaaooatioa of royalty. Oa Um upper deok la a large dialog mom, twoaty (our feet bj aeveiiteea, taoloeed by glaaa, aad owaadlag aa onto terrupud view of the aaa. The atota cabin la a mag ail oent piece, Immediately oader too dining aparlaarat while th> nursery for the royal habtaa la batow thia. or ii what aug'U be termed the "third alary |?tog doaa." Oa the trial fi|> It la atotod that ahe rialtaid a apeed of Meea kaoto, or upwarda of eerearteea aad a half atoteia mile* ' aa hoar. 1 TBA HCHKIA* IMPBBIAL TACHT NBOVA. Tble la a e-tauuiui craft, holonglag to the Emperor ol Ruaaia. aad i aad by h* family to travelling to aad from the palacta oa the ahoree of the uuif of Finland. Her dlmeoatoed ar??leugth. 146 feet; heaaa, It toot. She la of 2M Viae m-eev^meat, aad hie tare engteee of 33 boree powtr each, ? ih great opacity for apeed both under tu-am aad o?i- aaa The total ooot of the veaaei waa 960.000, aad h" ftb >og up m aaid to be aaore eipeaaira thaa that of any other vaaael afloat. tub rora's btbam tacbt. Hla HoMoeae Pop* otua IX. aleo ooafeaaaa to the weak aaa that floah la hair tn, by ecoaataoally la lalglag la the pleaaore of yeobuec Ha hae a beautiful ateem y?ill celled tie lmma?la .a ConoeWoo^. fltiel up la aupirh atrle, aad throughout a Model of apeod, taato ani ele gaaoe Sh" la of 427 toaa burtoea, of JUO baraa power, >*d oarriea aa arm?mea'. of eight brae* etgbWio pouadere Her apeed la abaot flftoea m lea aa hoar. The Saltan of Egypt aad Ike Kiog of Heeaaart are l.ke'' wlee the ownera of ateaas yaehaa, built for thea lo tig Md, w&ua a aaaataaraoia nam ei privaw (wuiaea o' fortaoc bara ( t?b u impetai to tbla b-aaei O' ya :bt tag by (Mr prafartaea for Uii aljioct of KM! THK MKHIKL HTKAll YACHT. At. lataraaUBg i^nau ji waa recently triad la Bag laad by a r*alM>n?a lta?4 Ham Boa*, for Mo ,mrp >? of aaorrtwnUig tbe raiaUra ipaal of two raaaaU of differ ?ui pro;?r itoad Ho ae-orJIag 1/ bal c >aatractad for bim a yacbi aid M?uar, boUi of wal.h aro praciaaly o toe iimi btaa, tba uni drat of wat>r, and tm mpmlimi byaagiaaaof aiity borar po*?r, withboikaraaftbaaaaa * ?apactty. Tba fact, boworar, m 116 foal Mag, aad tit loaa bnrtbaa, aad baa a loaf, abarp,aotlow eatry or baw, wbaraaa tba taadar baa a round, rail, blufl boa, fc aalj '* lOefaat In laagtfe,aadaf IS laaa aurtbra <* atria! of apaad batwaaa tba two raaal*, tba yaoftt'a apaad arrragad aaarly twalra ban*, wfeila that of tba nadir was aaiy alao aad a bair kaoia aa buur Tbnogb tba rspartaaat tMk plaja aadar iha mm aahforaklt ctrnniaataaina, H lbarou,-My daeeeetratai iba ' aapartarKy of tba Aaaartoaa laaproraaaaat, aad tba arror uad?.v ?b*4b EatUahmaa bar* laboratfor tbo laat mm * 'i.ry to r?Jotioa to tbo *odab of aaval arob'.tacMra. 1 mi AlJCUIf. Tbu UtUa yaobi waa baOt la 1W, aa aa laim ?aa at to iba AfHtaa aipadtttaa than balag aaaiaatiJ by Kr. UM aad tba two Uadan, wbaaa aaaaa ara baaarably baMil wMb tba rmarabia aa tba Nifar flha draw aaly tbr*a fMt aad ati taebaa of wadar, aad bar aaawartbbMi dnrtag bar laag nyaja awttraly dWpaOad tba idaa tbat Ibara waa Hagir la gat^i ta (aa wUb aa flghi a draft of water, flba aaada aararaJ aaaMM af tba Nlgar, aad waaaftar warda biaab?d at Cbwiaaa Qrra, wbara bar rlta ara aui itaiblo. Aa waaaaraaty foattoagby tblrtaaa Dm* baaai, aid hat di taabaa d?ap, aad waa prapaUad by a ooa daaaiag aagtaa af dlataaa baraa pawar. HTBAM YATCBJWO in AMERICA la yat la m lalbaey. Ibara ara probably tot Mora tbaa to?f or Iw ir? ta tfcw city, iw ara ? ?)?r??. two on Ufco ?W, ome or two at Albany M< Ua? ? Dumber U N??b?r| , M ill iri tia^acaMraly tnaii. mm klVM iMf, m4 " troa NTti ?? Ira boric power, aad art aaten)a>*d for M ro^fc wxUir Ttwy t^r^ly baraa afbaala. ' hinif, aad puff aloof IB oo4b at tba raU M ortwoir* or irtM wJteo an tow ftorona of *<?* JJ kM bum by Ik* M?*ra StuM, 4 Mawburf. aao of wMah tra IM* MMMT, ta onaipaay w\m imni ' 0MlaM.waat?rarM?abaad of I.ttaCbampltla la iMMfMHiMMrlnM Ig^JnlNlkM, ?M . tor* pmmm la^H* Tbay oraHad about for tbraa waaka ?Mb * mm parfM mM aad aafoty, '' ?b* palate ?T MMt la tba* MMrlo locality, * aad aa ai gHmmmrnr la a eloaa ta * td adaolraaa tbapartafoa? i.t^or ,.?l).aiia tatta* * ctaity la fmmm m? tttu. - , htaaatf Mr. f? H '* Acpla wall, of ihta elly, o*m a boaotifal Mu yacht ot Wtoaabnrttoa.aaB^ ?o pvoiiy, wb?b baaok??a?a? r< Birraim DaporUnaat rm EJKJLWH YACHraMKI ABROAD ? Ifiiiy DM Din tttt aaMkw i? r>N ?.ar?mw a to fadk'M H tH'**4. ? * ?ba alraaiw* .jirit war.* rORK HERALD, FRIDAY, o*rrWe tbe iicb'nto Rti'l b* e?ftrt to alM'Mt f>'t la ibe world, uJ wJacea him to mcomw dft^fer trom ft Imt* 1?*y? at tbe ipof- Tboif ' there are buo lre,? b*toc<:Eg la olube there wh > kcow nothing afroot the dm pleat uaatteal munfivr*there are ft f?w who appreciate and cultivate tbe ?p-? The thorough Esglteb yacbumau l? not aontent to tprsi ba bnclisg merely on regiua dav. and let tbe nul'e < gather c? tua oacvau while be lay* at anchor the h?lao< if the time, or (lUlea lazily around eotae {atet h* '->?r. He i? not ftlv?ya did in hie blee NM ft'. '>ra?a O'ntrm I or loo ?i mint ion vi Mil irwau Arieada, wlib haada ao white aad elicate ?? u> -f quire tke protection of the valTsty ktd; a > Jo his aoooaspUehaeatt ooaaiat la maaiag B obampar" or pilling bta eberort. Ob the contrary, ha delgbta : the work of yachting, aad don't mind i bit of tor from < halliard, or a little stiffness ta the paetoralla from bard labor at an obeUaale Hilar. Ha dathaa oat iato tba la l-ab Ofct wet, with Ha abort chop ara, that almost takaa * man ofl but feat, w'tb aa eipecUUon of rocghitg ai 1 otc? a ?peaking brer ae? A wet abeet and a Bo ?ing aaa, aad a triad that followa (Wat? fuch aa irnda bla crat oareeniag aioag ta the furrow* o the *vu f, daabea tba apray around bim, aad koepa e?erv ottb strong to tta ntaoat tenstoa, wbilo bo galdaa b craft along. It la tkla aptrK which earned Lord Doflerta ta loalar. aad Rpttaborfan la tba " Foaaa;" Robert 9beddoa aroai ? I the globe la tba Nancy Dawaoa, aad fiaaUj ta tba Arc. reglona ta Searoto of Fir Joba Fran kiln; aad Sir Jaaarrooke ta Oalebea aad Baraoo, a terra incognita, which i threw opea ta British eatarpriae, aad where ba tatroduo iba bene flu at Cbrtetiaalty ta aattraa abaai prtadpi (Bkbltioa before bta arrival coaaustad la ornamoatiag tat! btrta with the groateat poaeible number of their neighbor beada. Tba Hon Eraklna Murray waa another inataaoe of U> enterprising aptnt of prtrala ladlrtduals. Ia bla acbooo. y*cht, the Young Queen, ba aalled, la IMS, from Po Philip for Borneo to eater lato friendly relattoi with tba Snltaa of Bruae la bla own oapttal. that mlglr hare led to tba establishing of a British factory la It heart of that oasxplorad kingdom. But without aay a< uce, ba waa Bred upon from all tba forte, aad chant down the river lor two days by a large fleet of Mal?> proas. .-<unuiia| iudu| ugui (swat uvtcpuvni' Bam ben with most Mwnlitd oourage, a oun h? <track bin dead, aa be ?u la the act of loaitag a (at whilat hi* ??Ml waa actually ia tight of the aea, aad i. another how would have tieaped from hi* daageroupnrsuera. Ia fact, one oaa harJly aame a port la whlc. the royal burgoo baa not waved from the mastheaJ ? B> it'sh yachta. Ia rammer w? Hal then tn the nolgl Dorhood of St. reternharg. or Kamaohotka, or the Nort 3*a; while la Ute wlnier Uwy are careering a1**' the Bay eg B>??y, scooting alojg to Gait* or tiibralta. anchored oy the alae uf tome line or battle ibtp at Malt* o> danstog In the wake of the Bultaa'a oalquo, aa eh cleave* the water* of tne Koldea H >ro (HUer*, *UU inx dvobturoui, b*ve crowed tbe o?*a to thi Cipe of Uoo aad one brave lelljw aetsoiehed the &u*iraUan* b; ?VP?ertug tn MfIVxirne harbor la a email ctmer yacht o it** than twenty ton* During the Crimea war m*u; yaahumen aooompanled the Kugliab ti-et to the Baltic, auc. remained aevral month* Oae of tbe moat remtrkabv among tb'ae was Be*. R. E Hagbee, a plucky Eogiltl. :>ergyB>au, who twtoe navigated a Utile craft of lea* tuai light too* burthen, oalled the ret. irbteb, to take hi* de eorlption, waa "about aa long a* a moderate alaed drawiaf room, and tcarccly a* wide a* a four poet bed," aoro* iae tempratuoua North Sen, through the ahoal*, qaick *and? an J rock* of tho Baltic, to the Gulf of Finland. on one of thee* oooaatooa, lei by a bold curtoalty, the darltg yachtamaa ventured within range of the Ruiaita guaa, aad caaae near paying a severe penalty for hi* tn merlty, the *bot dropping over htm, ahead aad entern, in every direction, bnt fortunately not doing any miaohief rtia la ooly one oT a number of lnntaaeea thai might be aAdaoeA where yacht*, largo aad small have ventured long dlatanoeo iroa home, aad wbote pah lie bed log* hava given to the workl much valuable aad en rmining information. Arooag tbe raaarta of Engllib yacblamea, tho UnluiJ .State* baa or lata heoorno a favorite, aad ahK?t ( every year oar yaebttnieo have the plotauroof hoopttobly welcoming their brethren from the other side. Tho Or?l vlatt to Una oooniry waa la the fall of 18J6, waon tb< <>a*hiag Marqnta of Watorfovd euae over wUh a party of friend* la tho yacht Gum, aad created a groat eee ation aaaoag all cna**i ia thla oily. It la e?ly two | or throe moatha sties the yacht Htgaoiia, of thr , royal sqoadroa,a superb craft of one huadrod aad sJi too* burthoa, built at Biat Boeton, Man*., but at preaea niul hi Me Run mom1 dronned a ,r.h&r tn I Ml r k%r bor,tn?r a circuitous lour whloh co-nine j?el laat Dacca bor, while hardly a year baa blapaad Mm* Iba arrlrt 'h oar My of Iba yacht Ht Crania, oa a era lee acroatbe Atlaalic, having on board Mr. High renoaat, lo owaer, Ua family and fri-ada, who were in ia availiox .betaaelrra oC Uwt-own private uoarryuM k> ritli ibr prtnci;al porta of the 014 aad New World. Oiher la elaooaa of alaallar rialta might bo oaumerbted; bal eaougb , baa bom cited oa Ula head to ahow taa> tbe Ea|llah ua trratand (be true romaroa o* yacbuag, as I arc, In tbb tVature of apart, far In oar advaaoe F1HIH. la lb>ia treating tbe aubjeet or yachting, we have f aai o?er b vtide oruisji| groun J. tAat oir readera might ban an Idea of Iba aitent to ebib thu d?:fgi'/ul apart la <-0 joyed. (More we drop anchor, io*irep, we deatre lo lira b partial aaluto, la Iba ab?,?? o( a lew coac udiog rogjpmtioaa far ibe baoaflt of yacbumen Carried oa wttb a proper apirtt, yacbuog will alway* be tbe moat nrwatlt recmauab a (nailxsita caa eaj?y. There ia a qalet eialtaUoa la paaaaeaiac a raaael of b*aoti fol proportioaa, ntlad up wttb ororylhiac thatoaa aaaduc* to ootniort or apaad, aad booadlaf orer tbe b ite warw wttb ao Impeiliac power bat ibi awift breath ot tbe God of Wiada, which auao diirea docka caa aerer Impart There ? Mmethiag about It lordly, Ia<tepea4?ai, excMtux. health/ aad toTlgoraiiag Tat the great ead of yaohttaf la sot merely aaaoaeaaaat. Whatever aty bo tbe plea ore It afioroa, Ita uliunate reaali muat b* the perfectlur. ot tboaa eaparb madila of aarai ar jhfeet tre whiah bar* already beaa Ha Aral fraibi, aad woo for tbe aaboa tbe pread uua of nhimplea af Ibe eeae. While we bare doao much, we have hardly begaa the weak. While we bare ioriiehed tbe worM with the farteol yacbia, cllppara, pilot boaba aad etaaaaebipe bat e\ ar n talad upoa tta watara, there la yet a wide hell before oa. Krery day oor balldera are diaoarertag aew idaoa, aad Improreaeeata are lab lac place. Ia tbe peat the New York Yacht Clob bare played a OMat lmp>rtaat part, aad Ibe eocjoo iia which hare ittnalel thetr efEorw, both ia build lac aad la triaia of aktll, hare aad la Kaf lead, hi.uId bo iholr aaooiracement lo pnaMr aa totrxi to iho totuie. So tar oa tbe aport la ooamraed, tae aaaM taate for H pre? alia hero aa la Oreal I'Mala, though yet rreflaoa lo Ibe oomparatlrely few who eaa aflbrd la par fueHa graulcattoo. aal aa for oar reaaelo, Ibare are a* tteer aaileta or oocodor boa la ia ibe world What la moat reqeired la aaiarprlae?that which wil (aih w ibe xbialac enaaaplea to which wa hare referred A krre for aquatic a?u*emeal abunld bo more iboro^hly lafaoed lalo iba coataaeity, bad a tpirtt of amulet ua aa f later ad. Raaaa, laataad aC beiac butterfly iri * of Ma or artaoa aal lea, aboall be laag eaaiffc to brlog on. U' j boot qaalittaa .1 a yacht, aad glrelta owaer aa oppar taalty of dleptayiag hia aaaaaaaahtp, if ha baa aay la a word, wa abould ahow by oar actlob* that wa paanaa the aaeMcai ohltl, ecarac* aad material which aatiilo ua to taha raafc wttb the crack yachiaaaeaof tbe world A word apoa aa other braocb o< lb la aabjest II la a lacolar Ibat that half iba yaahlamea of the proaaai day. tofiwfc Md ukiom, ao sot ma* km to Mil tb?ir yoteba UmbmItw la a m?xti, Ml aaldoa k<*> abarto tad a good Mntela to ao it for ib?? la MMr wnria h?y 4a Ml kaaw how lo aUi a fair wiad of a foul oa? Maay a waft baa baaa eapabka or wiaaiaf a raea la wbteb tb*j hart baaa buna by lafertor mall, VMM pawar h?t? aatr bMB dtaoorarad inat m *ba wm boftaaint to rot, aiap'y by lalltac lata lb? oaada Jf ladl rMuaM wba baaw bo m to dcrrtopa tbaa Aa ta dfepraaabia roqaintta af a -..iaaaa??l yacbt W a dartef aaMng aiaatar ant M affljUat era# vuob mb m ?mar baart tad aoal lata tba apart Tna ra aaN af a rana ofmm opaada aa tb<Mr aaartlata, aad H ? waa<wfai ta a autr bra*M la ?iw? tba rata at w lob <-na of Umm baaa adgati ahppara na^or tbatr baaAa "U1 ba tafcM tbro (i tba voar, Md tba daring rtaba u??t will ba ran lo ??* a tba moat tnff'ac advMt^a. With f oatM?feaer?aa otaa eaaaot ba npaolad, bo Uta ya?bt built by aba it Mf A rata M MtM of UM royal elate af Kagtaail, aad oaa wbtch might ba adrMttfa-via ' ly adaptad brra, thu yaohta Mail ba attaaad ?* i noatrrly by nwbaw af tba elab, ar by jffljor* of tba ?r?ny Md aary. No doubt H would ga bard with rat o> ojr tawtb wuar gaatsy, bat K wM Baca tbam aba; ail ? u tuni 04?bt lo b*?* >'. art r*a)ly, laataad af maaglag tM-iy abwt ta tba f'a i i-uMof tba 8 >bok*a g\'4???. l*t ?ir ytnt?n?n t'p JUNE fi, ISGO. -TRIPLE S: tcefenn ? ' itort orf on a crake to bfrie water. 8*t ~ff ' }?uf aooB'-toga, m*l lo jour aca ka(? for a *b -*, i4*>preeate ifce vwta or yoor La (hah comma, Tint }??r own coaat, fo to South A none*, try Europe?call on tits SnlUn, <t, tf yu***v? got the pluck, circumnavigate tb? w.rlJ, a 4 than c?> bona uJ write book It will perpHu ala yoor memory, r?Uect luatro on your deoda, and re court In honor to your wastry. AFFAIRS IN WASHINGTON. The Kansas and Army Bills in the Senate. ?n ro&vzrxcAnosr bzll licntary Thompson Summoned by the Oovode Committee. MB HEW EtGLAND CUIUS DISB18B, *? . *0.. *0. Omf Special Washington Daa patch. Waaihmmv)*, Jane 7, lbSO the iiorairi(icaiinc? or wai>*wt>AY. The Uouae of Repreeentatttee, la cww^wn * of ! rarctcal per'ormaDcea from four o'clock yeatorday afU boo* until twelve o'clock to d?y, *h oimpoUod u the latter boor to adjonrn until to morrow, the mea ken being too aWepy to tranaact the public bueineto Daring Ike whole time named nothing but flubutterlni vu going on, u<l tone of the aoenea, while they woaH Ml have been eonaldered Improper In a crowd of ecBml boya, ware all the tlma improper and uadlg aided, nnl often dtagraonful, to a deliberative byly tike the United Htatea Ho one of KepreeonUUrea. The SergyMf at Arm and a dozen aaatmnta, ware kept In cnnataut njtivtty during the night, arreeUog and bringing o tn4i>b jra. It waa diffleatt to Cad many of them. 8 >me abeent ed themaelvee from tfcelr roofna and ?l?pt out to avoid arreet Other* would not answer whe:' summoned. The Sergeant called three timee at the doo of on member from New England, whoa* l?dtf n?4 ar U the National, and the two flnrt time* oM'.d get ao re Ipoaae. The third tlmo the Sergeant anniunoed hia pro aance ootatae the daor in a very loud tooe of voiotInforming the truant member that the liaiiaj demande hat he be bromht to the bar of that bid/ to atewtr fo non-attendance. The member, dial iking the aanoyanoe, and beUeTlag la the popular theology of the day, in.ora e<l the oSloer that be could go to hell. Tae lattn taking the member at hia word, prooe^ded with v>?. haato to the Houae of Repreaentatlvea. The aaat of Mr Barrett, oooteeted br Mr. Hl*ir, wm ue der oonaMoration up to the time the BUbuatering cim menoed yesterday afternoon, ud, notriutatdjig tb no amount or lmportaal bu?tne?a before in< Boom, dependent wholly upon the disp-it'lJoa C thai cm, It baa not Maes been touched, ud lb' whole i f to day I* lo?t Io the faci of tbl? *iilt of time, the Monti* today hu c?n:'irro l In la Boom reeelntioc to adjottra the enaelon on taa ! 8'b o: J una. No aenaible person bailors* tbal either U* Snur or Booee am earnest la tbki aotHa, from th >fact tbal toe adjourameat cannot t?k< piaae ao early without a grea ncrtftce of the pubhe buiuneaa Ttie B>o?3 ntlt it aflort to nand (a the Senate Tor tba raaolufon w.ij'n tie laat two or three day*. ma ciiTU Dnau^K Iba Bouaa Oomtnit^ae oa Agriculture were In (emtio to day to haar a report From tba secretary of tba Caitv Stale* Agricultural Society relative to ttie d-aeaee a-non* cattle hi some of tba New Kngland and MM die Siataa. Tha report oetaioet many tnt^reet'm atallitica, and qaotad largely from tba recent meesage o' Governor Bank*, of IfaaMchaaetta, oo the sibject. rb< committee adopted It, ud agree! to report It wub the fol :-wtog raeolnuawi to tba Da?a Hwolrrd, Thai la lew of the ertent and magnllu la of the aalkmal latereata ih'* lined by the fatal malady bow prevateal among the cattle within aave al o: tn? ?tu?* 01 this t'nion. this H ww cannot but regard wilb ajieclai oitcirnde ihf rfforta and nraiirn ad >pt< d bt the clUna# ana l<-g|plalaree of the Sulfa immediately concern*! aimed at tba ? seedy t tttrpaitoe of ao d?atracti*e a dt*?*ae Reentree, That the *fe*retary of Sta'a be reqiK* ed te open a oorreapondraoe w".b the tfcoeul of the United Sutra Hi smh cnntdHi at mi) hav been aleitrd by the tna'any la queatyiu, an to ascertain fr>m tutu what aanl'ar* m< wur^ ravi been adopted, an! with wnat ito-v wia ?tep* bare heea taken to ex''tide an Unite ormlr* imt ecuntriea where the dleeaa* xMa.aai wnat uiidfa treatment baa b*ea adopted Knohad, That ibe Heoretarr of the Interior he refloat ej, In having agricultural larnrma-un and auulatlcA V. lected during the uejt Serai year, to ostein italem>tr* o tbe cord'tioa and urogram o( tb* d?- sue am 'h < sown and reeuliaof the stare conamiee?>n?; and tba', ?b>ul 1 in> disease nm be checked. be he fortl??r rr<j-i<'?ved to 0"m miiatnale tbe reenlt of hit Inquiries to tbia Ho-iee at ih commencement of It- next ataelne rtnrrai- or ixrroLaa *r th* mi th Tbe new* from Ueergta and Alabama I* not very an nrmragtay lor Itwglaa men The deepatobe* from (Jot. Onbb elate tbal tb* Dougla* men war* overwhelming'? defeated Tbe ladtoatteaa are now decidedly favorable fir tbe nailed d?imncy la tbe coming rwatest There l* - ...... .... ,t ? t?e la mmtt* lk> otlM tlnnta rnna IV.r* In ob It la hourly (BiaiBf trraftb Of* < l*IBS KUU't MtMClT. Care Ji>bBK>Q D?a txcn oflerad the 0"<nmiaa raorabli' to adjiint tba claims urd?r treaty with Pin(?tr Ha am not Jfl tod Vats 1 hi* ia taction to aotvpt C J Dayiur haa brao appo'a'ed Oonful to fXitafaa rK* r- \ .ntr i<n-n*Twurm*? iVtrtury Tbotnpoa hu Iwn aubpi-nvtd. aid Witt *p paar batota tbo Corooe OoatmlUee oa Saturday Hi wUI b? rrqcirtd ?o iraufj relative to tMtripa aaadaby oca of B'a ilart?,n*ai?: Ut tin, during tba atnitt at lb* CoavauUoo la kaasaa for tba formatnn of the I/womptoa roaatttnUoa. Tba theory ?, tbat tba alarery ciauaa of tba(uromcDt mm wriUrii bare, and that Martta was tb mrawc|cr to era vy ?t U> oaaral Calboua, tba IVaaMaai of ibe (aatwttN. Martta baa b??a bafora tba eoaa ttn aad d?atad it. Tba ootamjttaa will lolraduoa a reaoiatiou lato Iba Bouaa to Borrow aaktnf far anIboMtf u> bt ta* Mr Ouubaai, Um aUajaa aatbwr of a,oartata taMar abam Hat it dlaappaaraaaa. I) tba bar af Ibe Howaa far om Pt m Muormxmwn or rtmuna T^x rrpabltcaa Saaalora aad Ray reaea tali rea will bold a canon I* B> arrow airalaf to oaaatdar tba aabjaol a' tba pabtie bnataaaa betara Ooapta, wttb apaefal raferaeoa 10 Iba a^JouraaMBL Notwllbalaa iflag tba flnnata baa nm eurra* la tba Hooaa raaolotiaa la adjourn aa tba 1Mb of Jus#, tba Fraaldrai atja K will ba Imporalble for tbeai la do an at lb at lima. 8a aays ba will rtfn aa Mil wltbaai earrfalljr riaaialBf It la arrry particular Ha la daetded ly uppaaad to tfertr adjoarateg aatl' all r nor wary l?ftaU tlaa la flaMad Should they da ao ba will oall Ihta baa* *a thirty day* rwt \Actsn a m simaaa oorar Tba Will aot ill tba rrticf oa Lb? Bupraa* IVteh ftr mm da; jat Ha Is aoi>oaa to confer II a poo ' u abia JarM, and H Iharafara thoriofhly u4 earaTnJlj lorktai lam Iba judk lwy of that rfraalt HraU appoint "w n?* to tfe# rtrmn which amhrmow lit HHIh of ArkUM) ud Virginia m* roiTtiivr mi 1?a HPMM tndtclary Oooamjttm bar* oadar eniMmUm Ik* Bcmim Polygamy bill, ud wlU um4 N la arra r?l particular* Tbay lauad, IT poatfbto, to agraa apoa mw ewwnre thai will wlpa oat thl? tm'jnnng a?ra aad oaakar upon lha body politic moarapi* o? rwa tawft nu. Tba %a?li FlaiM OnnaKlM at tbalr mM?a| In day lack op tha ThrlfT bill, aad diaeuaaad II alfraat laafth, bat cam* la ao ronrloaiaa Tbay wtll t?a M a?wa to mor'frw. rta mrada oa lha ooinaltlaa aad la tba Baaata already daapair of dalaf aaythtac w*h it tfcla Maatan Tba btn la wry i?parfaal, aad lha flaaMa raallT bar* ao um to aoaatdar II IT thay adjacrn oa tha llth TH? RKHJtfmii omtBrrwi. Tba optaioa a that l?? OaavaaMoa whtoh m la mm a Richaofid aa tba M Irat will adjoar*, without traaaart IM *aj bMiatH, ualil afl?r Um MnlMllo* at BtlUaon. fra? prmai iba Hi Mil will diacharfr llyaU >i?n ha M rtadr to M Hbaralad w i?i?m pi it rat r<nr ArAMtrt CM. IHMaH. Kuportat?<Wt af Wart NM li *0* lo ratlra fre? thai aWhi, kla tear yaan' tors bana? npM Aa eflort It aaktag lo pragma u? mm row'iMp far Cbp* *>IM, raoaaiiy oa a Military as [>k>rtBf rTyodtttaa m Or?ro?, aa4 aald lain a* ?(tV4a?? aAear. ia?T (aaa*t anal Tha Haaaii ?r> 4ay e.aearr*l m tba fl iaaa bUI eraatlaf a alga* I afflorr far tta ?-my, TbU ???* la U?> raaoH af Saeralary rtoyda rapiri ralaiw* to u>? mrtm ot aiparlwwla with ha Bald rfaa'r tnraelwl ?y A?*?teat aibartj M?y?r. a- ia? m-Moai ?o?r? <* a??y n>? * aoiiMiarad aat > lfc? Mart rapenaai dtvrrarV* far HEET. lk? vny fffir std* < ?od uouf, ?clihtur k .1 iizim i |>ot< u, * <1 > ejmp?st ? to b? r.fialj crtil fr?m put i> pi?,? by * nitfw ! >?: tel < Ou t>?. It rn) i'n* for In mi but aUir* B*1. C B 10 JOJOO bM iMMIB k?-p', lOftOj unvHtgw Ir BiiUrd, b. it?y ?Dil ft oig'il, ft diMWM of Qil? 1 m\r. YJup. ?"* bftve bten anat fl?? oi'leo vtitaout ?r< vo.'Mo' or ?ily pr-y.difd for tb?> purpow. Tn*r< ?r?i mot? ib'U 'ne ha- d ad d U'jant ?*> ') maki n tr?e u?l>, ftad ibay wil *?"ive >* ib KrMM'! "oimr ? (V ic li du.i wirf.reos Uw fronter. Dr. Hj?r u?k> for ; o p. ea ary cotB'.wutuWa I or tnW iut<>oih>o, uu> u"i!w m?u. oa iwcli t him in* p* . dwfrav*! lc thbill cftin- tw# f omn, nd ibs Prwiltnt ?rtil do doub uki iho \?rdloi ?i(b bu ?*Jicu r,, ' Obrnil MU'sm am iwrn mmtm. Kearw, Nava' Arsaifo. fortV guitar of Ti.rh: > for iw*Jt>me jfara, I* now m W??blu*?nD prrt'err n e ? iffttiut lb? Amnrlom Cins-iJ a: (bn fUht!iiopiti John 1\ HT'Wn. Brown dm be*n aeul for ?ca IB now u? i *3. tv owi'? uw UH W?V on dor edvuement. Other partlea klao complain of Mr Hi own, ad the ) robabilty la that fan oouree while 10 Turkey will be im ? Ug?ted by Oony?ea. AL1MW MB. MOOUIUT. S?ra??r Srward iece.v(d a telographle despatch 11 iaj , inw hi. Cw! ericea, CuMt, Wat Mr. 8ah?tlereri, o A1 Deny, wba marital the Senator* adopted daughter w?h <??taj ed at that place on hla return from Chicago bj litui ba, ?n< .-ana.A survive. Mr. Seward bare* bore tor tha.1 plat* by the ear It train to morrow. IKU tL l'0W?8 or T9I ttAHUCJJfT AT AMMB. Tbe leiwti luide by Senator Bayard from UM Judletar) u>ni>c!tte? 10 iia*, aosimpanyinf tbe bill for tbe excluaiot of ib? proceia ot the Senate for arrotU, aaaumee Um fi.'vuS iba'. terviug a warraui for auob purpoee ie'tht xtemtab of jih*?iw, and, on tbe authorities c'Wd, la k purely mlulattrtal act, and therefore, both on princlplt an>i authority, may be lawfully executed by any peraot autborlaed by the tffloer to perform the ptrUc.. .arj act. It la net oon tended that a eargeaal at arma can appoint a general deputy, veetlng all hla own runctiona In him, bat that ha may un.ftneral principlaa of law, depete the aalhorlty to per f >rm a mtrel) ruinlalarial net to a third pereoe, who wutj be only as to that act hla apectal deputy. The legal In tendment muet be that ihe Senate intended that the pro r?aa lanued by the ^rg?ani a amm by tta Preaideoi ibould he a?rv?d by deputy. The bill la bawd on thk principle, aad grown out ol the unauooeaatul oflurt u arrant Mr. Seaborn and John Brown, Jr. ax'UiaKATio* or xm. oox. The recently pubUahed atatementa relative to Mr Cox, of Ohio, in coouF3Uoo with the Lecrnptoi ana Kantae t>llla, and which lnatautled aum c irrupt adruoee to Mr. Co> were thoroughly relntnl oj me IH'iril miemein 01 uih |'uu?ra?o. iub uuvini CnuiuiUjo fully exculpated hi in from uj shadow ofls proper Uitlm uce?. Ihe ttv.emenl luU the 1'oAnvu.or a Columhon *u m iitdMely appointed on Mr. Cos's tjUd(, (or the English bill li a mistake It *m e.gbt m >nihs after vara, and bid no ccnnecUon with thai measure. Tim vaja. cy wa? nut oreaied till the autumn of 18M. A i rK?te Jf?p?t .b s aus that the demooMta oftlw Second Congressional a *1110'. of Indians have Dominated Jamra A. (ravits a* the'r Congaamional candidate. TV dtatiictia at prevent rt presented byIke Bon. Wa. H t.o(ti*b. who dtcl rea being a candidate for renomtna Iks. dinvt>?ura DMUUW. nur anion. llMlIt WAawtiuji, J una 7,1M0. A large number o* Hou?c biUi were reported upon. Mr. Rat4*d, (dem.) of Dal., made a report on tho petition of t. B. Sanborn, at king te be relieved from obligation to appear before ibe Harper's Ferry Committee and asked that the Judiciary Committee be dltchnrgel from further consideration of sad peUtUn, which was agreed to. Mr. (dem ) of lad., mored to take up the ren la Won Axlag the day ef adjournment, bu1. withdrew It i sobeeqoentl r. Mr. Broium, (rep.) of Mich., mored to take op the v*w nsmy of the Preeadeat to the osm of Arthur Ed wa.Cs ana hie emaciate*. The b'll was to allow El wards * Co tor mail aernw en the No.-kiiern lakes, and w*s vet.wl by the Prut J em because the cbargee ai 11 wed we-e exorbitant. Mr. Yuan, (dem.) of Kto., opfmeed, and Mr. Bcniasn arvtx atoO th? ulll. The qu*? 4jo be ng taken, shall 'he bill paee, not with ttoaoiDs tte I'tessdeol's objection, n wss lost by yeas il. Lata as. Mr Bkh.ki renewed hi* motion to ttke up the resolution i (.in* the oay of atjournmeut. Hie resolution provides for an a"y>irnmenl on toe iMh, at twelve M. Mr. I'manoR, (rep ) ? Pa., hopod so republicans wmld vote tor an a<iriurammt until tho Tanff Ml wse anvun on. Mr. Pnum, (dem.) of Pa., took toe earns vtow. Mr Wiiwix, frep ) of Mua , oppnaid the reanlnlion the -tenets was not in oooutuuo to adfoiuii. K oouid not do so in jnetios to the public interest* Mr Know*, (dem 1 of Miss, thought It their duly t> s*av and attend to btrainees. Hs waa ready to meet tbe tariff question sa all other* Mr own, (dem 1 of CaL, thought nettber bouee pre oar* i to adjourn Me hat hope of /eAiag up lbs Pact), Ra 'rcad hill and dlapneing of it thle sese'on Nr. Hits, (rep ) oi ti .mtii51iw ik iwiiuuoq. Mr. 9aw*u>, (r?p ) of N Y., moved vo lay Hon the table. loot?yeaa Ji, aay?36 Mr Bmua, (ilng ) ol Pa , moved u m mmMdcw to adrnira on the 37tb. Tk? eubrct >M farther debated by KMm. r?iiim rmaoii atil others Mr Camma, (rep.) of Pa., moved to poeifone tb. aubjrct lUi to murros He aai.l It ba> two proaiaed b/ the deroociat* ol r<nn ylvanla that we abcmlrf have Urifl bill ihta irttiMi Re bellero'l hi* ooUeafje boaeet I j mad* Urn proaaMe Mr Bkm>ht, (dim ) of lort., tboufht they oould (ei tbroo|b by the litb Mr. Bioum a aa* o Imeat <M repcted The rraoinuon waa than adoptnu, by yeaa ?, aay? 21. u follow* ? Y*a+-he?re Bayard, Beajvmtn, Bra?c. Bright, fhee aa'.Clark. Cttafnnaa.CntlMideo DaeM, riteh, nupatrtt k Hale. Haamowo, Hempblil, Baa ar, Ivaraoa, Joaoana ot Arka?aaa..lohaBoaofTeooraeee, K?ao*<4y,Mellory. Maaou, Powell, fofb, Rice. <**i<aaUM,Slwi?U,Tbompaoo, ItioailM. WifhJl Mtb?Messrs. Aalhoay.Wfler.BrowB.Cameron.ChaaJ ler, Collamer, IloolltUe, Durkoa, Kosaeadeo, ?oot,(ir*eae (irmea. tiwla, Bamlta, Bar'aa, Kinf, I.Ubam, Nichoiaaa Po!k, Seward, Him moot. Hnmoer, tea Kyck. Trsmbuu Waae, WUataaoa. %tMo? iki ti.imoi or c omm. Mr Wane, (rep ) of Ohio. mored to uka ap the Kaaaa> bill I>oat, by ayea TJ, aaya M-a atrtet party vote, ai re pi thai Meeoir K?ter aad lugb votid wUh the repabll naaa Mr. Itoofiaa waa paire-i off with Mr. Oaf. aad Mr Criuaadta wKh Mr. Johaaoa, of Arkaa?a? Mam Km aedy ?mt Raalabory were abanat ar MM vottac Wah these oswptxm* " lh# republtneae vataa yea aad the ae mecratr nay m lUT MU wee proceeded with, aao various aaeeedeeew were offer e4 aad dMr.uaned at laofth. Mr Bauwn, (dem.) of Ml?a , offered aa amealmeai that the oaoree of loatrorlbn for oadeta bow a' WeM Poiai Ifitlta/y anadtmy (hall be that pwacribed at the Ume of taatr eatraac*, but ca let* ealertsf uua year or baraaflor aall he dtvi led iat? two eiaaeea, tae lower claaa to go tbroufb a (tody of flea year* aad the higher else* four year* tae acaoeHur MalT to fli lha aieaderd of martt tor asmaaloa oioa approval of lha Secretary of War. Mom. Dira, L??a, fMBMipan, Qitma* aad othert de baled the rohjecl. Mr rweweuMi (rap ) ar Mama, off trad aa ameadmaat lo the aaeadmeet that the term of taatroctloa ahail net exceed tour yean, aad thM prorMoa ah ill be oarriad loto f flkrt by the aaatemic cimm aa sooa a* practicable ? ? patiMe with evtafaac arraafeaeota Heprtad Mr Browa a ameadaeat waa modlted aad adapted Mr IvmaDii. (dea ) of Ga., reaewed the amoadaaeat made ia committee of tae Whole, aad there reieoted, met where BUtaa bare aada adraacua for aUNary purpaM. aad bare toot ar pud the latere*! oa lha waa, uk amouot at aatd talartat ehali be allowad la the eeUMeeeei oT thaw aeoouaM. aa haa baaa deaa ta the oamm oT Mary Mr. Johumw, (dato.) of Art., morad to ravxuadar, Is onlrr Mai Ik* ?* My ba Um ta a full fhaato, an UMt thtK |U|? aaaouat? II , fir 0/00? mar aol ba Mo* <Klt <x I lb* ??rar*l mMwjr u4 |1T?? t j mataa wb cb ara able lo laba <Mra or uw awali?? la a foil taan law am.-., : nrti waa r?>?c*M k) jaaa 21, oaja ?, aa I U waa unfair uiai ao mail a aoaibar abonid bow aiopl It Mr r-iaaoaa, (rap ) of R L, aaid iba oMar lar Uiara vara aal/ at if four rotaa ra*t, and It raaairad lo day n?or? ibaa baN Ibal auabrr, aa (hat H woold bar* paaaan with lb? Araate aa full aa It waa ibaa Mr Itkmo? r?a.*d id Mr. Jcbaaoa ramarka, dafrad la? aaa JaaUTfiac Ma daim Me waa aol afraid lo taka Ibaqarauaa la tall ftMala. !l dua't r*qulra a Ib mblr fall or aaaaa u> aadarataod tba ?nh)act It la a pMa i|iw?uoa 8MM jaaMoa rr^ulraa Mat vkMtrw Mm *atoa ba?a ripaaoad far tba public tafaaoi aboald ba ra liaM to ibaaa Mr Ht ma, fd?a? ) af Va , aaM VlrgMda waa daaplr la lar aa tod, aad daitoad tbia aaaoaat aa a J aal dabt aad ihM al all oa aectmal of tba axpraaaa af Mm Joba Brwwa raid. That waa bar maUar NM [ lull ao Mw aa oouat, bot taka tbai bar aoooaala. aa atriadi mm mt a>_ " M ^ > ? * ' Mr Cmamaa oppaaad tba ?T?wai WIMaat lablaf Me ^aaaUoa, al halfaMl Craa'alaaa tba Hraata adjaoraal mm af bipwwwtfw' COWCUJMfl* O? TMIMIir-l aapwr Wtmmmum, MlT, 1M0 im atcbl'a raparl waa ap la two I'M Tba baa after warda waa apwl ta baartoc ?m aiM of ?Mm MOtbcra bronfkt la turn iwt la ttaM by Ma Sorfoaat Minn. At a quarter paal toar ba reported Mat ba bad aalled oa ran* or flfty toatobora. KHrad la Mefr bnuaaa ar rouWM Ra tap pad aa lood aa ba onuld, bat aaabara Mb*r fa'iad vt rrapnad or raftaad to eoan Mr H> nwaa. (a**) Of Ml., aal I ? waa a rMknfiae farct to ?7 b?ra alt ?>c?t ??:? ai'wbrr* wara oom. , 3^ flartebla la M He aaorW to iwf< fertftar prwae-l. Icf? lvuac Mr. una mam, (a l <! ?.> of Fa., KTjmJ a rwtyj)i ibu ID* MkuI at Arm* b" eiraetert to br(a< all < ikmeo mmJ la ba ?vrui l?>(ar? IM ktrolllk IU tefea UK VMHIrj 1IMI to do M After aa excited roama* Cabala Ute reaolumm wis adopted Mr Hhiium offered another raaohiUoa, which wtm a?rred to, lluu tba uaorkaa^ar be caued oe or* u< b*r of ibeHouaeli aaittr tar lha eaoatm at &r &uaLM, Olio, from ihr iljor of the tljuaa after fell ba'.feg oa.leA before Uia itouaa lor rmpoaaa. Ttte doorkeeper reapoooed orally. Be 111 u ioa Utm order oI Ute Hooaa cauae>l ibe ooora u> feacirafally eloe?J , md the meaavDger a'. J>e ?-? door >vate i thai Mr. S anion bad paaaea ooi in boom ??y or ?ioer of mi; q? tb<ugbl la cxxnpanj with oiber Mantbaia whu ?mal out on parol. He Had crosurxd iha wttugvr for perattuiac II, al bough ba atated ha aopp<>aed Mc. -ttanua wee a a? oa parol Mr. ili'-KHAN uttered a reioluSon bat the Sw t-?aalaiArata be nirecf d 10 arrtst ilr. tfaaauw, aad S'.ug bun IXlure UM HOUJ-a. Mr I'kdsbwood, (Jem ) of ft* , raieel aqu*a*>a at order, tbai tbka cum ha oojIu not Cm u?a uudor (be ;- -*Bent e*ll, wblca ?u xa*t*ln*d At tuui pMt (ix Me 8p**k.ir reeam-d the ebstr On motion of Mr. Hi'.hsh, lb* ibunii >? ih? ti-tam *?re Undtrtd to Mr. Oolfax, wbo bed bou icuuiw 'peeHor uru tempore, for lb* able, imperii*) ul dlgjl6e-l auow la wbicb be had prtxided during thai xjoaen of Um aigM. (Mily two or tore* mom o' tbe abaenteea tear* b'jugufc la before about elgbt o'clock, wbeu a large number arrived. Ttie Unt gentleman arraigned waa Mr. Craig*, of Njrtb Carolina, wbo presented no valid excuse for ala aDseaiM. Mr. 8p?<?n, (rap ) of N. Y , moved tba h? be npi la cur 100y uoiii be abould pay a Hue of twejtytlve Oolite*. M.-. Uooch, (rep.) of M*s?., ojpoaed Me saotoa, cmteDdiBK that by the rule* Um House cJ'il'i Impoee a) |>enalty beyond the fees of tba Sergeaat at Arms aul theftpiusee of tbe messenger. Mr. f-n.\>iK Mil the oountlUiuo4 gave (be House unlimited poser, witaout any a.v-mi.y for a role. Mr Chios, (d*m ) of N C , Mid be bat no 8>|Vtl3n id bang maue aa exception to ibe general rale if -oe H vuw ? prop?r; bu1 ha hop>?d geutuxnea wwid give & m Um" ana take tbe Dae la ukswlusuiia, for be h\ n t g >t> ail tbe moooy. (Uugbter.) Mr Uidhwoiid said it um construction of tbe g<satl*man from Mossaenuseus waa oorreot tba rue;* *ww uaeieaa Mr. tipixjmt modi tied his resotaUon ao aa simply lo direct tbe Sergsaat at Arma n ret da Mr. Craig* la ousWdy until lb* fariber order of tba Oo?iaa. Tbe rcsoiuim waa dmgreed to. Mr Uaige aad tba others war* tbao dlaehargad npoa I tbe p?y a>t at 01 tbe usual lata. Mr. Montgomery having **en arraigned, Mr. Borua.vr moved that ha b* Oaed Ma doiurs. Tbe question of order- waa raised that tbe H *?* had no power M Impoae such a p*ualty, which waa o.-*?rttl*i. fbe motion to toe Mr Montgomery Ma duiara was disagreed to?16 against AO. During the mo loa the question aroaa iitiio right of iinmb-r wbo boa not paid his fees M vote. Tbe f rajKm decked tr at Ibe pay meal of the !>** **a m matter euurely between tbe aenonr aad tba flarfeaw atArmr, aad that no mamoar ouuid be *aoos*d or r*Htrai*ed from voting to aaooaat of tbe imposiuoa of a ?~s. uua revrrvrg tbe deotnioo of tbe jpaaaar pro umpire, ta*J? aui log mo 0141*. a?*r um> vote wan declareJ, Mr. Hmrr, (rep ) of I111I. t mm ha rt pc to a queiuoa of o -der. Merer r (A. L dem ) ?.' V*., and IwruoT, (re?>.) at lU , ut>jM-.U)d to tiie geu Jem an addreiouag Uw Cbmir for any pur pons, aa b? waa ualer arreet. . Tn? SraAiKK aatd be bum decide, if their rule* *era g*y| for u> thing, mat the Btatwr while under arrea'. rial rigbl 10 vote, apeak or act to any way to tba cap***/ oC k member. Mr. P?rrrr, frrp ) of Inl , reepeotfolly appaa?J froM tba drc?ton ot tba Chair, toM c.rtre of or lar. Tba hnuxu laid be waa ua ?wliog t) enteriaui toe aoprai, ao'i it would have to be mm by eon* m-ad of tM ItatUmaa from Indiana, or eome outer member wt oaier arraat. Mr. Movtuowoit, (A i. dem ) of Pa , an 1 Khar* who cold out Rive aatiafectory rtaaoal lor in-<lr aoe-nje, war* fined tb? uuata or arr?at Motion* 10 adjourn and to auapebil the proceeding* wara negatived in rapid aocoeMao. Sumeroua queat'on* o; order ware decide!, ippatbd from and dtacuwed, amid great wnfoalae. Mr. t'nnKBWuon. (arm ) of O*., app im to lb* hraa to put aa end 10 theae proceeding*, aad moved uat tea Bouae a 'journ Mr. ahhl*t, (rep ) of Ohio, gav* notice lb it be ml hi* frteadl would no*, oonaent tn an adjournment intil ii* geniu-aan Iran New Yo;k (Mr McKeaa) had made bta tptech A motion to adjoii'n waa dlaegretd to Alter farther i?o>yiad*gn, Mr. 3 hi 3ocn*i*a, (teat > or N. Y., aaid it wm evident mat a q 1 worn we* prearnt. aad moved that f'irtn. ' proaeedutg* dtaoa*?iA with. Tba question waa decided la ibe atlirotevre?42 egaintt 3A Mr. Couax, (rep ) of led , moved gal tba %ww p late Comm'.Uee of tbu Whole on toe rim? of the UaJO* on Ibe rottitoatlon oil' Mr. Aa*a<>u, (d?a.) ot 8. 3 , moved to afpnrn. Vagalivrii?44 again at M Mr. Couax appealed to the Bona*, beoaoae tber* meat arceerarlly he an end to tbeee proceeding* Tba gaalie man (Mr McKcaa) wm deprived o< the iLor Mat aight ay Ibe democratic afc e, upon the grouad mat thee* wm as quorum preeeat, aad if tber now rtfumd to go late o? utlee It woeid aLow UUU the objection wm ael Iba want of a quorum. After further prooaedmp the B mae went bb eom hirfi. Mr M< K>a*. (r?p.) of N. V , reeumad hi* ap"ech, In tb* coufm Of a mob he exprneead rvgrvi ?aai waa not no* a .?? to taka hoM of the -feuth- u *Mauioa iai? wuo i.is dick>ry dhd. im policy ? uu aamo^ruio par if, u rt^in Keoted by the A>uthera lea' . r?. w u poaed to tb? hi urag?meal or Area labor. app ?*d to tha Parltc R*i?r ? , kk *'?i to proaota the :av 4iti of ibt whole cot-u'.y. sod oppoaed to ths immi of giriag homta to fr*.n?a. Tmj demand that alare*/Msll ba extended s* i | erpetualrd. The ooourreaoe * 3i'|iir'? Ferry ?u th* euprtog of slavery Ttwg into free *? o pro re a pmllflc mm or fai^re > liaP Why worrhip h aver/ a? nemo* Mr Iaiu, ('-cm ) of V*., wubed to aak the gf.Xec.aa qneetlin Mr MrKas* refused to yield the floor, mrtog, after mrnggluig twt Ire boar* ho ?ou? net aurreauve H* wari.id Hnutbr mere thai the North waa not to be u. Jmldated The republicans will take c.iatrol of the ai p at State and threw tbe corsairs or*rboard If that be ?ulay make U? moat of it At baif i ej elevm the oomaiMee reaa Mr. Kin?, (rep ; of kui , called up the Mlamurt ooatrsted elect** one. mr paxr mas, (rap.) of ohio. moved to paat^ma ma ooramrrsi oo till to marrow rnej bid bars to mmi twenty ave bruta without traaaa<tta| my boamrse^tt on cmtnational point. thai la, mr oraige ma ru-w ? point that rorpeecbaa oould be made in the abaeaot /a. quorum. While the gealleaua had a right o make (Ua , point, yet ha deetred loeay, esscbe'lcally. that the repar- x lcaaa bare a ooosutuuonaJ right <o be heard There war* geatiemen on that Ma who wish to dtoeuae p slums! questions that right moat be pe emoted, aad they will mfoj it if the damocraia nay thin shah aot be lee* without a quorum, then geaUoara must meat from day to day aad. eaforoe afaodaaoe. laetead ef Miowiig the uaaal practice to make or priat apaaatoe la tha aoaeaoe af % quorum It wb? uaceeaary to paalgnai tha spaniel ardor, because they ware all weary aad wwra aot They were aot la eoaditlaa to act on the qnaam* today. Ba waa wtiltog in stay bare, bat other geatl issea ware Ml Mr Pica**, (8. opp.) of faea., aaid ha had am ate* ab all throughout the night, bat wee wtlUag to -iwiia Vn six hour* longer to traaaeet the boataaae of tha ueeatryMr Kama** was glad to bear that All ha deetred we# thai geatiemea oa tha democratic stda moat Ml must republicans l? fire up their nocstluUowaJ rtgbla V Urny one lit deliver tnelr spaaohaa oaly la im pmaaaa af qaarom. im asmlM would be msMailsd bay aad me tima set apart by the Homo for (aal edjnsramsal Be wwM* bring m appropriate btito before im Hems oatil Urns yea tie men oaeM expraaa Mr rlewa. Be withdrew Mb "llr"IJ ^"called atmattoa m the mat that aa atghtoM ootuma rpetch, aerer delivered la the Botme, appeared la the OWir. Mr rkiso said thai tha rep jet af ha Ja tata?y a>mmltiee oa the friMlaaH pram waa tha areata! srdar fpr mday Mr Jrmw Oormuna. (dam ) af N Y, reaaarked that thle wm a osaMoeMaa ef yeeterday '* aeaatoa Mr. VjLLA*Mua*a, (dam.) af (Mo. rapftM m Mr. Hhermaa, aeyiag that tt waa aot a ao ami lull mal rigfei far My om to add rem the Howae wbea a qoorum wm am peeeent Tbe roewUtaMoa expreeaty aaya that m Mam ahau be trsamenl nalese a quorum be praaasi Be taw relrrrad to the fact that ymaerdaya <Ai6* eoaaalaad h speech af atxteM rn'emaa aerar dahearad to ma Ream, ahhmtgh it might bawa baea pabllaMl br aaMsah Oh|e?ueb wm maoe to Mr McKaaa praaeeatag mm agM, btcaum there wm ae quoram preatad; bat whew m wm obtained. ao ob>?ctiM wm asade m me gmtliimas'a raea mtag sat nuaotedlag bin epewnh, M paamisalim wmgtrM him to make addiUnM te it. Ihe Chair, however, dartaf the Bight ha" undertakea to daprlre deato .rats ef ttndr noMutnttoMl rigbis The |m IsmM fra-a Oam (tfr. Hhrrama) retired lael agbt a' aterea o clock, sad doeatim quietly eajoyad bis siumbasa. 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