Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 11, 1860, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 11, 1860 Page 1
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th: W1J^LS NO. 8707. THE WALTON-MATHEWS TRAGEDY. WSTHTATIOX OF THE COMSER'S tW/iEiT. - - . I ItMmh ?f ir.f?Ifry Immi, taMd , fTUNM) Vftr{ WWjt rrfWrnl Cvrtfc, tamaSyfew, Fro4crfok It4krmawlUkrtlr?HMh IK ItnOMI OF m BLUM I. VILTM, j t(t Ar., ic. Hie Coroner's ionwet in tb?. Walton Mathews tragedy wmrerunc<l yesterday, '.a ttao Superior Court room, at tlio (Mf Ball, in the presence of a large comber of specta- I tors. Mrs. W?Jton was present during the examination, v ud attracted gtaeral attention. Mrs. W. was veiled tarDg the entire wcrwn, so that it was Impossible almmt to catch a pUmjrc ot her feat ures. She was accompanied by a la<iy Mend of rather prepossessing appearance, and her son, a lad about twelve years of age. lhe retwlU.csa placet! upon the stand was Joseph H. Foster, M. D., wWo was exam.nod as follows ? pr. vosteh'8 svibbkc*. Q. Where io jou reside; A. No. H East Seventeenth street. Q. Where w?re you en Saturday evening, .Tune 30j when the lrwrder was committed? A. 1 sas or. the corner of Sixteenth street ai.d Irving plaee. <J. Stats to the Jury what occurred. A. As I reached the north corner or Irving pla ? and Sixteenth street I heard the loud report of a pistol; 1 then beard a cry of "Murder"' and of "Watch;" 1 stool still for a few mo- j eats and observed a gentleman ou th? opposite side of (he street looking out of a window and calling "Watch." i JUTUf. Vli HHj tfyyw' ?T<IO "? ct?iv?u?w AUM V *#? Irving place? A. Irving place; a* I turned my attention (9 this gentleman and wa? about advancing down Irving towards Seventeenth street, I sav. a person apprwrb:ng me; he ?m moiling rapidly towards mo?that to towards Sixteenth street. Q. (There was he ooniiug from?what street? A. From Seventeenth to .Sixteenth street- he was w? ear me when I law him that I had not an cvportunity to obserco him particularly boforo he MMed, and turnotf the corner of Sixteenth street towards Fourth *\cnue; he passed on without looking back toward*; ihe i-ccne of the murder. Q. t an you describe the kind of clothing this man wore? A. X cannot. e?o*vt that be ha<l on a light hat. Q. Was he on the west side of the slrectr A. Yes, and ! I was on the corner. Q. And h< did not look tack? A. No; as be passed me he turned the comer of Fourth aveone. Q. How high was he? A. Well, about my height, and I am flv feet eight inches. Q. Do you think you could recognise him agniu? A. I do not. Q. la that about al! von know? A. Ves. nbout all. Did you notice whether there was any other person la the atroet at the t.me? A. I saw several persons in the street after that. Q. Can you give us any clue to the nun ro;i maw runDlagf A. So; the first man 1 met after th* shot was tired was Alderman Bradley. Q. Do J'oa know whether the man was s-iiui built or Mount A. I did not notice. ETKNRY BA88E1.L "? BTATKMB1XT. Henry Haesell.U ing duly twoni, *?- thru examined as Mknra:? Q. Wberc do you live? A. At 192 Tliir<! avenue. Where ton you on Haturday night, tho ilotb ultimo, when the murder committed? A. I wus on thecor cr of Eighteenth etr^ t and Third avcr.uc. west Fide. Q. Wliat did jo?j ?o and hear? A. I w* a man Handing against a tree and two m?-n uommg up Eighteenth street. Q. in the up UvD aUlc of Eighteenth Ptrret. a. Yea. Q. TV )iAt did yeo a<H- then A. I Haw a man lcuniiiv { jutt tree, ai d as th" two men p?_- - d him Ue walked aiu r item Mid *h>d oik of them. m y. Whleh <-ne<lld lie boot? A. l ite one on the onts, i?> towards the Ktreet. g. N hat did he <lu tli' ii? A. He ran away. y. Where were Ibe two men cowing Iromr A l"p fromSecond avenue to TJiir< 1 avenn?. Q. What way did the man run uito.r shooting" A. Towards rVventecuih Hireet acroa* n?ird avenne Q. What kind of a man wag he? A. lie ?< a pr, tly good vlzed Max. Q. IMdy?>U ?ee his fu<v>? A. Ve*. Q. WW Wind of clothing bad be on? A. )lr had ou u , tight coat, light but and light |<aut*. Q. What kind of a bat? A. A Panama bat, U. Did yon notice bis vest? A. 1 did not. Q. What fixed man waa her A. Re was a good muxi Mi Q. Weald yon kuow ibe wno person again if you -aw hiaaf A. 1 would not say lot cure Q. Mai ytm a good sight of bis lace, did you no;ice bun parHealarly? A. 1 bad a rood aight or hi* ra<. . h u I ilHttMW Iter aurc whether I could rccognlae htm again. Q. Bad be whtekera!' A. No; h? waa a ainuoth faced q. Waa be a young or an old man* A A vounf man " ?-? ih. .n.i rmi follow him .,fl<r tl.t idiot *.n Rio I A. Not far. <1 Hnr Iw did *en ?eo him loon ibc I roc l>? tor* fee Mw ?Ih*' A. About (our or *re mm him. q. DM ytn wc any ou? talking wlib bi?? A. 1 did do|. g. What (Me of th<* tree wat lie Icmid| agam-sir a. The tafM* part townrd* the aidciralk 4. Bad he his ba> k to Ibc m<m wher. they rawo npt A. No, his fere. <i Ho faced them, then* A. Yea. <? Tou say he Mood on the fide of the tree bearcat the I aide walk or lumae.acd hi* faee **? (ward? the mau who vn kbot wbeti l)t? iviu nt?n umt up"' A. Ye*. q. You are wire tUtrc were only two men together? A. Tea. Q. What aide ?>f the av< nue in l .ghteenth -erect wag it oaf A. The weal aide. Q. At the man ran did be comr over to whore you weitif A- No. Q. Where did be i?a?? you, then? A. In the middia of the ttreol. 14. Where dm he run? A. Down the middle of tho areata*. Q I>id you got a Sitod cliince to ?<* hl? f*.-. A. Yea. g. I' d you r<<? anything in l.ia handr A 1 did u?t Q. Yo?i haw no ptttolr A. So. Q. lid he cry out, or My anything? A Vo. O. lU- wae ?ili iil, llien ? A. Ye*. Q. How far did yoti follow Mm ? A Mm?iI half a block g. And thon yo?i atoppedf A. Yea; I stnppr.l for a llttlo while. Iimki'd after liia. and tlwa ran <m *g*>a. Hid yon e#c bim, when he xbot the mau m Irving ? <?<?? n 1 *? 1,1111 wIm*? l.<- lururd aroutid an 'hot ike WD Irvine ptaioo. Q W1i*t dill >00 tlo after yon followed him tialf a Work- A I utoj-ped, levied a!Vr tb? iuui an.I 111-1. followed tm again Q. Y<?.. aaw bin hoot tiie Menod man* A 1 Q Ikiw far did you fuiWw km after Ik tired lite second ?hotf A. Several houte Q. What Jul I be (UVD do In li'VlDf place, yon fay T A. A nan tried Pi iat< li hiw. wU-ii he turned around an-t hot him. Q Wat thi* nun .iliervd of yon in the parmltf A. Ym. Q WWm were you wh<-n he Bred the ?econd time' A. J vm <m the rorst r, and the man waa alint about tlir-e ?it??i ftxaa me 0. What I tod of a nun wa he? A. A pretty good look tag man Q. hd yon not rt a very good look at hit faoa* A. I Wad * pretty good new. Q. IM yon folio* U'ini after tike aoeood aliot <raa tired? i | di?|, but 1 m --^d Um\ iu Sixteenth ttreel. Q What kind of a fW-e lta>l be? A. A jelk'W faoe q T0.1 aav be had a yelkm complexion* A Vet IVroBT Jarkiwan?-ll?*ro are two (Ml* pr<?<I. aoc of tbetn being tlx- one t*l n from Churl- )< ((< rda' trunk), which o?< i? moet like th" one roti ww on the H who Bred the ali'H.?? A. Thev mr both like it. O. ItoM th* r.?i (exhibiting CWha J -iVrda' coat) lock verr ? h like the on*-- A. It doen. Q Wa? It a aur-k mat like ihw one (tti'.l exhibiting OhtIm lofleriU conl)? A. Vet.a ?ark oue like that. Cornier Jackmaa?Tell Charles JeftferilH to com- for|*??m at tan tea ? norwards Chart entered the roost, M OOMpwiy with l<-terij\l Ronrti, and look U.a pi.-uii? balte owe of the Mutator* ' Coroner?*i- < *? yon tall which oT tli<-?e two g*oti*m*n Maafct aanat llk<-the man you taw A. Tht younger M |mt (Charlr* .! fl-rd?) tonka u?<?t l.le him. CBroaer?Pot on that coat and hat. Cbarlee ' handing kai tlx< 1 gkl sack coal and a l*anassi hat) y. |Wra the hat and coat make any d.flcienoe in lir* *p waraan A. tt I 0 W kal w the difl.-rettce* A I cannot tell you that fbr t we. Q. Wbat rrtemt'lan.*!- hat fceju> the man you law* A . Ha l?*a like hiai. but I e mnot tell tor ?nre. c ' t> be about Ibe ute of Uie man ymi aaw* A V?? w- i~^r an ? .1 i n ? : th. man rati A ! thin * *>< )?nki HUto vMd than Ihu mnn (?w. q. >w kink yiy miK'b lik.'titm or lutlr Ilk.- H m ^ If fo't Ml for ?tirr, btti boltr** Ilk* h!fn ?njr ) >? a * 'aa ih*i U.o kil l <?f tut he ti? i oa (a A ''? CufW * MtkBM?V?? mny ?rt now, Cu?r|..?, .IHfrrrti v~^m 1 " k?*T the coat "b' Conor r ? U jmn wlnh. j?-r>r4? -Wo'', It l? r*th.T ttuui ia*> <rtt*>r <?ne. Md ?0 1 ?tt I take tl ?#. (R? <?k?? off llw -<?'. *n?t p iu> um hie ruber onf ) Br a Jaror ?I>"? T* taoar tin- i.amr ofthnlaif vk? (H in your ?t vrr '^'inc ?ntn<- marketing ?t?'.nt lb> tint* j *if tlMP nvirdor* A. I !? urn I kr?r.i inrrc ?i> Mr I ttwi??. b>rt t *>? ' k"?* "f nytkinf fiirti?cr then it "? ? tbra lohl It ?Un>1 u|> lo <* !f lb?itiica* could idnUifj b|** u br look ABrthlM Wl? ?>< mtn-whtch kK*? th?'?* ? A TW? ro.ii,? Mtow %,, op nr? g. Wan ti'* **" * iv* toward* u7t?? b*kii all the tlair* A Ml t"" 0 h? turn*! i"'ltll. TK<n vhcwy or ?AW< 11. tltlM l?. Y mii'iK '- bt'tufl *??*. tr?t'l-d ? Ml***:?f r? r??? at M> J ax I Tw."?ty * '' Jf arnhvur on Un> fourth ?n?'mir' i *r*. on '!,?( tfdurrtftr r (Hit, It." Wthtrf .to', 'V?? Wj*)1*- pax; rk-reit I r?* f" 9lTl0' nlh ' "' 'd ?b" n^wtofa wi*i* ' ?ut ?|? to?*r?at?<*th ? !???.* imutwrt oo t)*< nr, which **a '.bwi ai r?il 0?rr.);tM >.- ( .. ih< h>n?l .nort i? > car; I ?V<: u< hilt: I. 4"! II.' I tat;..', I k E'NE" *ir *t ! ir Tit to get the fkre, ud the person was not \aert: bo had passed out at tbe front door. V Did you make any remarks about it? A. Tea; 1 re- j marked, jokingly, I am five cento out. Q. Can you identity the personT A. Not positively, but can give you bis deseriptio?: be was a man about my height iwitnets stands about Ave feet eight Inches in : height.) y. How was he dressed f A. He had on a light coat, f (raw bat, narrow brim, think it was a straw; may bare been a felt. Q. Did you notice anything else f A. No. Chajles Jeft'erds was told to Stand up. ITifnwifl mi ill hn vMAmhM th/* iMrmn rm mnrh hi. ( deed, And the coat, which ?u put on by direction of th? Coroner, resembles the one worn by the person who got : la the cat that Saturday night. Q. Did yon notice hia pants? A. No. i Q. In the time you heard the pistol (hot, supposing it j to have beca la Irving plaoc, wu there time enough tor the tuaa to catch your car? A. It would take a vary good runner to do it, and I might bare stopped to let out passengers, but cannot say. Q. Were yon behind time that night ? A. No, only one minute; It take* twenty three minutes to get np to Sixteenth street. Q. Were yon past Sixteenth street when you timed ? A. 1 was half a block this sido or Sixteenth street when 1 polled out my wnteh to see what time it was; a gentleman rode on the car with me from the Ast?>r Houae. and when we got up m fkr m fifteenth Btrect a rocket went up, whrn I iaid to him, "they are preparing tor the Fourth of July,*' and immediately afterwards we hoard the report of the pistol. y. Whic h side did the man get on the car? A. On the east side. Vi- Was he running* A. 1 Aid not notice. y. How were you standing at the time? A. With my fkee to tbo inside of the car. TK9TMONY OF CRORGE HTHLIYi Oeorge Hurley, being sworn, said:?1 !l\r at 62 Bust Thirty ninth street, and am driver on the l'ourth avenue city cam | 1 was driver on tt# ear of : which the last witness was conductor, when I heard the | report of a pistol at Sixteenth street; we were going up ; at the timi; it was between eleven and twelve o'clock at ; night; the report startled my horses: we went along as lar an Nineteenth street: my time was all taken up by i my homes, and 1 did not pass any remarks whatever; did I not obser\ e any man either getting on or going out; went as Tar as Nineteenth fctreet before my horses were paciBed. O. Hid von fttrvn ftfler ran heard the nlstol fihnL^ A. No. l y. Bow ue*r was it? A. Cannot say; had enough to do ! U) take care of my horses. Q l)o you know any of the passengers who were in that car? A. So. TESTIMONY OF MR. FRKPKKICK CCKTIS. Mr. Curtis, being sworn, testified as follows ?I reside ; at So. 190 Third avenue, at the northwest corner of t i highteenth street; about twenty minutes after eleven ! o'clock, on the night t>f Saturday, the lart day of I June, I was standing beside the gutter at that i northwest corner in Third avenue, in company | v. tth a young lady ; I was looking down Eighteenth street . toward* ScconO avenue-I observed three men walking up | | Eighteenth street from Second avenue and coming up to j Third avenue: when the three men rcached the corner and , were opposite the drug store I heard a sharp crack, imme- ; i .au ly ii|x>n which the mMN in#n fell, and the out' r 1 man, or the one nearest the gutter, ran away; be ran on ! I the pavement on the right side of Third avenue to with- I j in about four doors of Seventeenth street; he then crossnd ! diagonally over to Seventeenth street to the opposite | ; side; as soon a* he got there he saw some man coming I down and made a sharp turn up Irving place towards fix- i i teenth street, when he met a man coming towards him, ) [ when there came another ^harp crack, sod down went i 1 the man *lio was coming towards him; the man who met ' ! him was walking in the opposite direction; It wa* my ! calling out which made him shoot the other man; I was : about twenty yards off when the second man was shot. Q. When the second man foil what did you do? A. 1 : Bfonrv/1 i nriliMmAn rumo tin. ii.n<4 I tnM him not to Rtoi) i tbere but to go 011 after the mardrrer, and pointed out , the direction be bad taken. Q. What became of the third man? A. I do not know; J a food main people caim up afloru-arda, and on-- Mid, I ' I saw him about the nun," but] have not a^'D biro sinrr that night. Q. Could jon recogniae him" A. 5 could not. tj. llow was rw dreaartv A. l.tght bat and light cloth* *; ! he wan a sharp man, too; he ron well. Vf. Was It a straw bat. A. Could not swear to it, but to the bent of my l>eli? f it was a atraw bat ? tth a flat leaf. y. How far were these men from you when you ?aw thorn'- A. About thirty vard? down from tbe corner. t}. Wert they in confcraution or not? A. 1 dt> not know. <i. Were tbey walking along together? A. They ap- ' l>eared to he ao. I V could you recognise tbe young man who stood up? j A. Icourauot: be U about the same height; could not iwiar to tbe man Q. I?td the man who came up to rou ray be knew the person who was shot? A. Yes, he and he knew all Al>out it. that It was a family quarrel; I kbiJ vou will have to tell, and saw him afterwards m lib a policeman, when be denied knowing anything about it: 1 could not swear tU.it be wna with the man who wa- abot, ran only state what he aald; ther> was a gentleman going up s^vnt.-'uth street wben I was running down, and I told him what had been done. CJ. Were you tbe head of the pursucrF? A. Tnerr couli , not hare been any one between I am poultice :nid it was ' my railing out attracted that other man; the man who shot tbe other* n<vcr sail a word: the man who waa ihot raid, "I am shot!" that wa? all. A diagram was ab?wn to tbe wltnosa, who pointed out ! to the jurymen the ?p"t ha wa? funding on when the 1 shooting took place tustmovt or utm anna *rroc>?. M ? Auiafyrtuw was next rworr.. ' y. Where do you rcalde' A. Summit. New Jersey. . g. Vhcr< were you on Naturday evening, June 30' A. 1 ?a? standing to ibc corner of Kigbtcenth ilreot aul Iturd avenue, with the last *:U? w. my aunt tad myself wer- down to the eorart ?t?rc trading 1 heard the re|??rt of Ibc pistol, looked around.and raw a ]>rr.?m fall and another rut awij froui bim Q. DM .von nee an* of them before yon beard the report of the pistol* A. I?ht"not:?*w th< man when he fell, and tli#mau that rin away fnnn bim: he run aero** the street nnd down no the fidcwutl. on the optWMto fide, a few door* from the corner. and th< n croaeed over; the geitle tu.in that Wee|? the eor?.-t ?toro run nfl-Th.m. If Wa4 ?ho uratoue; 1 then went iiit? the corart etore and told my Milt Wit i had blffl I y. Could you recognise the man* A. O-iiM not Q l?id be have a lifbi i'<?l nnd hat on* A. Hu did. I g. Would you know the person* A. Xo.ttr. g Waa ho an old or Jounj; man- A. A young man g. Wei. there three together befine ilie tiring? A. < iuinot ?..y vbother there w?_- ikr.? w(other or two only. WIIUBW or lKV.PtltlCk. JtSKItOII. I waa n a - ?rom I y. V here o? i en rerider A. My btwinta* it at the con eert ?. I<*>ii, 12? Cnue street my r-aideuce at 490 Tear) , stlt el. y tt ere you ae<(uan t<-<l with t harl"? Jetv<rd?< A Am ; not liavi neter heard of htln Mr. Charles Jeff^rdx wai then naked to stand up, and tbe witnraa w.. twkeii if he knew Muv A No, Mr, I do 1 not g. l<M M rrif R? kin bvfcre* A. >Vt Ix-fure I *aw him in ibis room y llarejmi not toM auane pry on that he e-ame inui jour on swinniai 'icnini ?ir, ?>' inn/ Mil' bct-n tUfi'1. l?ot I cannot rcc<<giWc bitn unoii^ to man) (lull v toil tl?are. TOvriMSKY OF ALBKRT tKOXBOS. Mr. Albert Itronfon nu the noxt wltnr?* nworn Wlwrr il? yon r> i<|? A. At tli* onrner of Unntii rj nn+i and U>!lrj,'C |?la- >:?;kc?T ibe lobn??>n II"utc y. Are you ai^unlmUnl witu Mr. Jitv-rdv A r*> not know lliat I nw Mt? It tin tH-ft'H I ?m? l> i m in lUia n?>m | *-?ny W. I?u you ncwIMst of trcr artuif lilm at your bnam f A. No, xir. tf wm h*' not tbrrr i>layli.g rani* f*i S.iturlay ernt:uf, Junr W A No. *ir; I if ?u n<l IliPrr: Umkhim 1 o? th/i nUI'DM-nl In 111* |*l? r* Uukt li- wax lh?ro. 1 niatl* iii<|niri'-? all tlnmigli lie bnak, In,Hi ?.f my own fa | mtl;, Nrviulf nd ttmiu,Mt M mm it tlio hootf know or any party b< iBg th.lt j'U) mg wis mi Satur.laj even iriK, ln? 30 <) Vo?i ar? |?wltt*? li?* w:f ooi iWrf t Viw, air I a in certain tie wa? not. TMrmmr or Mrs. wai.Tn*. Mr*. Flk-ji M Walton waa rcnIM, ami n|?>t) ukinu Iit 4 ?<-at toHlrraard th<- Ow nut, aai<l thai tU' ilrain-'l to know j twtlirr ttiia Iiiv*.titration t* <-ondur|*.| through th.i inf nation i f Mi Wain*'- Tamil/: wU?-tW?r it ta rarr?*?t <*j through that ffcmtiy to m|w?r (amilv iHtlxnttliot. or for thr pnrprwi of 4?-< n\ rr.nj *H?, wx, the mnrdcrcr of inj kMiumf iirwr-It la not ?*a4arU?t at Ih* ln<tigalton of any p> i -on, hut W' dtarwrer who committal tbr inurdrm. Mm. wa||<* thru <tai-i iliat Inn. It ?fin?< " tirn uad hoen dtactvtrd la vory <1 liferent auntr from what ib?*y ocfurred. and tln?ga liav< l*mi rworn to <lil?r?>n? from what llfj ar? I ain Willi** l?> g\\? any tijrltl that I can tip<? 11* K^jtrl. '?ol my ?M>n' ami ni>*tf ha*? i-?on , |h jswh^I to daath through tli' lamltr of my hOKtiand. Ownnrr?i'lrna* ?tat. ttlivr* ymi llw evaing of yi.uf bu?i<atid'ii > A. t *.i? al Ikhi?> iliai day. Willi ; wiy ?on. at It* *'?t Twenty irennd street, from tw I 9'elai k in in*'i ninf iiatil alxml tlx 0V.I1> k. if Who'hi yog live with* A. U Itli Pr f'ia'lp ui'l hi* fannh . Q. i ai) rough ib? na*>< i.f any of IH? sen atrt** A I do imt kmw tfcr n*l?<? "f Mi* doaH-??fca; the) haw a ennfc. bet I do not k oO? h?r nam*V Did anv of tbr family know Dial vmt wcr? their" i A. Mra nail' know* \?IJ ?f>U tlutt I ?a? Ih?re from liaif I*.t ?>?k? U t|. ?* lb* 'toetor atate A I do not know wli?tl?er tw .-an or not; but Mo. ."lade k ?< ?*. Q lk> ymi know Hi' naiu<> <4 Mm ilommtU-a employed UJ' 'ta.r^ V Tlier* Br'* ih> < n|> ttair* that kn?? of. .? none in my rvom; I cl<*aii ihjr ows if IV ymi board in the Ikmiiy' * Yo?, -lr. but Her? ( is no iinwxtt' UmJ ' <nne- U|> ?? u > r?oui l? do any work Ikrf* if. Trot inu* to Ut> oY.U?>> Utkl r?4Hiiir ? )> re wer? row? A. At hi ?i>k?k I war h n y hnabaad ?W? Hi Tweaty flftli HrM, at the l.ici- or a family Mm I M^raa I Miutl it *aft ah"Lit pit oYJ.uk ?kn I * ?? thrrr; tl.oj wrr? at tea, and I Uutk tl?\r hkr l?a it that hour. V What I* lh?' ni.mbur of lh- tor' t A. Th" nuuiK-r of wi' lii ilwliil'i >|i*< i< Si. ami li"'I?oi Iy nfciT' I ' iiio?? arly V nM )on row*'in Vaif ' A f did rot, air: I do not think thai I rrina.md i.vrr liaif an hour Uhto; it mlftol have hoi ? (km qnarli rr. V l>id > ?*.. n"f <i( Mr? " fori - fan. ly th> n' A Tm, , Ut Nil. Mnra , KM ^*11* Mnm, Mr? A .din, an<l I b? \r < ne I,r her fc'rr - 1i M i il '.id )< . 4 i f%lt i;? A. I wtii.Lim!' fi./ W 10 mousing edition-wed: 1 own house m rwocty-*?cond street to dine; I think it was about ball past six or perhaps Boven o'clock; I may be mistaken as to * quarter of an hour. Q. Did j ou remain at borne? A. Xo,slr; I went*lo?n to Mr. Betts to get my son Prank a pair of shoos; as I was on my way I stopped at undo Pickering's, Mr. Walton's uncle. Q. Do you know the number oT the placer A. I do not; but they koep a tea and cotlen store in Kighth avenuo. near Twenty second street; Mr. llckcring told me that mother Walton was in; I told him that 1 would stop on my way back from tho shoe store; I then proceeded to the shoo store and bought the shoes; on my way back I stopped at uncle Pickering's, and Win. Pickering told mo that mother Walton was still there; from there I went direct home, and did not leave the house again that evening. vj. What time was it when you arrived homo? A. I cannot tell, sir; but I think it might be eight or half-past eight o'olock; 1 remained home all the evening. Q. When did you first bear of your husband s death? A. When I saw It in the papers the next or Sunday morning?that was the first I knew of it. <j. Do you know whether Mr. Walton had any enemies? A. Yes. sir; I know be had enemies. Q. Who were they? A. 1 know there was a Mr. Gray he (Mr. W.) said was an enemy of his, who kept a porter house on the corner ot' .-ixth avenue and Ninth street. Q. Did Mr. Walton -wy what he was bis enemy tor? A. Yes sir; he sa.id he had disposmwsed him of a bouse, and he was afraid Mr. 'tray would be forever his enemy; Mr. Walton told me that himself. vj. How long ago was that? A. 1 cannot remember how Inn# Affn. sir tint raniptinin thAfnrr* ! \. fl Tw(vntv.Uuvft street. y. W as there any other enemy 1 A. There wag a man whose horse and cart he took p.was . ?o<l whom he deprived of support, and the man said he would hare satisfaction for it; I do not know the man. but Mr. McCann knows bis name: It ism in law for somo time; bo sued tbe man, and he said that the man was very angry about it; Mr. Walton obtained judgment against him: the person was iui Irishman, anil said be never would pay blra a dollar; Oh. bo <iu?ct." said Mr. Walton, 1 will get your money, and you will not know 1 am getting a cent;*' he levied on his horso and cart, an.l kopt it secreted; when tbe case came up bo was obliged to pay for it. % How long ago whb that * A.I cannot tell th" time ; It ought be a couple of month age, bat I remember the circumstance as It occurred. Q. State how long before you left Twenty-third s'.roet ? A. I left Twenty-third stroet the 1st of May, and the suit was expected to comc on thit very day. Q. Is lliat suit drtonniued? A. Not tbe whole of it : another salt grew out of It; Mclurland can tell you all about it. Q. Is there any other person having enmity against him ? A. Yes. str, there arc other persona; Mr." Walton's xalettman, Mr. Keboe, married a second wife ; whou Mrs. Kehoe married Mr. Kehoe she owned a place In Houston street; Mr. Kehoe was sued for certain debts, and they were about to tako this place for the debts, when Mr. Waltou und hid brother stepped in, and through a sham sale pretended that the property belonged to William Walton. J Did Mr. Kehoe make any threats? A. Ko, but Mr. oe's wife's brother did, and ho can throw more light on me sutyeet Uuui 1 can. Coroner?We want you t? slsto rtcout occurrcncea ? A. These arc rccrnt occurrenccs. Q. How rvoent is lint? A. I canuot deDuc the time ; it nil occurred about tho same time ; it might bare been earlier then May or Jtiue; it was the some time that ihoee (amily tl tlo? were occurring. y. Do you know what throat thev threw out? A. Yen, sir: I hear<l tbcm say they would have tho property or have satisfaction out of Mr. Walton; Mr. Walton tol.f me these things himself; tliey destroyed an account book, which they burned, tliat Hit creditors of Mr. Kohu* should not hold of it. y Who destroyed it? A. Richard 1 Us call. y. Arc there any other partie* who hare threatened hini!1 A. Ye? sir: Mr. William.", who lived in the house in Twonly-third street; I think it would be well to inquire where lie was on that evening: * hen Mr. Walton rented the bouse at 1M Tw?-nty-third street to Uiin I was turned out: 1 did not know my he.u* waa about to be n-nted in Twenty third street; I was obliged to All tlie bouse with boarders. because Mr. Walton did not allow me enough to Fup|?rt me; b?' detuaaded moacy from me for the t>oarderx, but that J refused to do, be. 'suae I had engaged to pay all demands on me: this Mr William* came in with bim, and bo said he had rented I he house; I asked Mr. Walton whether he had rented the house to Mr. Will ams; lie refused to glva me any reply: be said be would come on the 1st of May and demand me and take me to my apartments. y. What ilid Mr. Williams say? A. s^top, sir. and yoa w ill be?r tt all, Mr. Waltou asked ui?- if I would mate a time in going oat of the house; 1 said not: that I would l<? ready to so with him wherever ho would take me; I then asked htm to show me my npartmonts be was going t<> take me to: he said no, that 1 should never see tftem until I went Into them, when the 1st of MayameMr. Walton came in a carriage and brought a man named J^mes Shine and a mai named Brown (I do not know either of them) and this man named Williams: they wanted me to go with them , my child waa very ill; the dorter said be bad diptherui, and 1 Mid It would b<? iio( UHible for mo to leave the house, but If ho insisted 1 would go with hlin; Mr. Walton said ha did insist; 1 got into the carriage with Mr. Walton, these two men attempted to step in; I said, ''Gentlemen. 1 do i is if lariah In irn irith vnn* I fin nnl km. or Vimj uul da nnt know what are your intention* 1 will go with Mr. Wal |.*i bnt I do iktV wlsli to ?> wltb yen:"' Mr. Bi-u?n said, '! mu.n go with you;" "Then." itiJ I,'-wilt you allow my ton logo with me'" "Y?. '*nM he; they drure to Twenty Hocond rtfM, to I?r. Slide's, and * hen I went Vlwrv tin ic were do rooini for me no place nigugod, and If I bad brought my trunk" liny won Id have had to 11* on the sidewalk. Mr?. Pladc fa id to me. "Neror mind. Mr* WnIlM,;ni wr?cntM to Ike right place, I will protect yon; they have been here lo a?k me lo conilnc you to yonr room?a man named Joliu Wilbur, on the corner <?t MXth avenne and Nineteenth street;" ! paid, ' Mr?. Sladc, 1 aill stav with too; pot roe In what room you plcaae; give me rum for tabic room- If you can, but if you have not pot a comfortable room I will stay wherever my btwband pitta me;'' then I had to go buck to Twenty third atrtyt. for there were ladle* there; 1 waa not an hour alone: I had J.idlew all the time; I tent (or IN- laning and he aald. "Tli.-t child cannot leave the j house;'' hi in* If ted npoo It, "thU child cannot leave the bouae;" th< a Mr W.'lliatu* arid. "Infer the c:r>:um*tanm Mr*. Walton, ymi mu*t xtay;" 1 Mid, '-Very well, Mr William*, I * ill be much obliged to you to let m<' *tay. I will hate ni\ meal* i-ookcd In my iuon. for I do not with to give ;.ny trouble;" then Mr. Walton took hii thing* and uent np to live on r hia atore in Twenty ilfth 1 street, he took crcrything be had; bo .sent bis men, I) a ad P?-call, and PatcalJ began to dance at* rut the home < rytaf, (Hi: am l I .-.'ad you are going to get rid of her a n t 1 glad the la going to be turned out <n the houje;'' Inn hired men came round to insult me there in the ho-iae. TheOm*Kr mterpeeed. saying there wm no neoessity for lOinc into th;- long ac> ount of flimlly matter*. Mr* Walton?'Ye* air. there ia a Motility, and perhaps tou * ill nee n i wi-li to Ht'tk the trutb. after Mr. tt.lton left Mr W illi .m? wmimI to be very nracK>*i* ? itb in* . bat 1 km w Mr. W llitama n*t tool in Mr. Walton a li*ud*. Mr. William* tlicn trk>d In anoU?r way to get round be tried to got my >*<*1 to alerp with him; I w urnrd my -ou f gait I htm. he would not allow me to tak< tar luroiturc mil of Ihebouar. Mr. W.lliama **.<1, < )>' Mr?. Walian, ! am t*>'. to murli a fri'-ixl of Mr. Walton -?> yo'i think U>- mH, *'I<o ytm belterod m one Hung?" "What l? thai'" I a.-ltd; "Retribution," he atwwrrcd: "Whit ??? you mean. Mr. W.tliaintf" Mid be, "1 will tell ywi MOother time;" uoe evening. when Mim Mill*, who now live* lu Hrooklyn, ??a prr? nt?for abe ? ax ?taj mg with m* at the lim?~ Mr. William* a*ked mif I belleve?i in rcirihiittoa; at anoUter time he railed me town star* and aaid be waul ad to tpoak to me. I went ln? n and be ?a?t -'Mr. Walton baa not kant bla word will' m< Im agreed to do certain thing*. au<f he baa n?t < <> ? u|> to bla wont Mkl if he d*?-? !to? ke?>p bit word w ith me. you nhall aee bin d*y of retribution." g I* llwl Dr. A. Ha ha* ao many caJIing* ! 'hat I do* I know whether lie I* dorter or not. g. 1* t? t*r **tne Mr William who totiilW here! A. V??. iH-jlbe m?n who ??M there a a* a platoi In my tirrwMi when he nerer Mir any there the m?n w Ik> nM there *m chloroform la my room, when. if titer* tu *n\ there, he uv-l barn pwt II Ibnre him eif. < nr<>wr?We do !) ? wteb tr |f> itto >ii ll<e?e miti'Ti of t?-ettng. W err tl?ere any thrxlit Mr* Waitw?It tlmt *M not?llu<>at thou I (to D"t (m.ler*t?n?t a threal lie mi<i if Mi Walton !i?l not Icef-p up to e?>ru?in th:nf? be promised to (to thai I wouM lire tv *ee hi? d?r of retribution. A Juroi?You aUUtl, (? )cur f?nn?r e*i? nation. that Mr Tclfiflfl* lia'l ?mnf Mht| ?f*m*t Mr A. W hr lIm* (Y>rooer ??l<e>l tin* wh^hor ait T ooe ba<i any ..niniodiiT *|aiMl Mr Wnlton I nmiernood li.ni >o nwstn whether th>re w*e an* imr betwreu ^bom ami Mr. Walton there waa an> itnimoauy on e'th"* ?>'le Mr. Walton I mil MilnM??1tr ngalnit Mr Yetr?rtoo??> much mt, Ibat he carried a (MoT. I <?o n?t know that Mr Yolvci toe h.vl in? (ifl.tij ayainat kim. but ilt>m imlnral llwl Iwili'iuld, lor Mr Wnltoa innll-d him twior o?ir.- ?li< r iu\ i.ok him to hi* honor | n. vi r lievrf Mr Yelverton eTprrea ?ny nitooellv again*! Mr Walton. till I <b? knew that Mr Hiltni I in (I ?ninw??ltr ?sr?iu?t Mr ??liftti. g N'Mhiai- ?? <?M about Mr Wnlton the 1a*I t;m? row ao?t Mr. Yelvrtmi met" A. So, ?ir I (lo not know that Mr. Walton * u ??? wa- mentioned at all,?ir ij. ?*u you "talc w Ik-h yon |;i?i eaw rour hii-b.tn<1? A. 1 (KntKit nay when I la*l saw him 1 di<i n?>i w* h.m on Niittrday at all. Kir Aiijotirn*! t<> 1 Imi -<l?? mori.mtr next, at uia? o'clock. ! ?)>? ! ?wb?erl|Mi??i for (he Widow of Mr. Malltewa. TO THK KIIITOR III' Till: HFJlll P. )"\ r.v Oiii/rc ?if New York 1* row wot I nrrjnatnW with i tic ti?mr of Mr. Matbow* who rrcmtly k?t h* life tn | t>nr<nh>( tlrf" nnirJ?r?r <>f Mr. Walton. Hi? p?#ition and < lia\o <>r< r v*no*hat n?l?<tai<c|. H? w.u a fnHif *U?c ?!?if labor wa? th? nus.fw of bl? -ub. ?>' i>4 i bit m*i ha* l?n i* wkI.iw or Ilr?'? miff' \ for. Tl.i w i<1"* , it *?< m? to mo Ima ' b"-c?1;>irlj pirn** ?laim? n|>nr our citl*<^>?. TT?r bnahao4 j h-?* hi- life in fH'lwtri'i iif lo do a public jr"o?l, 1ft ** ! (<4?rc:tic til' r*rt 01 a gocxl est'/on Hon matij .New VofKor- ba\<* ?t"t>|x'>l U> call ti' pnlii'*? The mi k-i it) , cm lily Ami it 1- w> t?? rogr< tt<M tb?t tu? ctr . 'inirtan ' ? '<f tin* ?.an* ?|r?tli aro wb a* wilt. |?rlupp <1'>?v?iragr otlior tltliM* from omnlaling hi* w?ll maant , Uln.jilf I tlwroforfl tifoiirme that a fund Iboohl tx> r:.??-<! flrir tb? bwlit <>r Mr. Mathowv WM"W, thrrwjfb tlir ? boar well Rw.an public, aptrtt in *m-b hhI tnl Ml alx.tr r J prattc. W itlt tlii" I ioiiil I*" floOar- to !>?fc'ft lb* fiilj'l. K. M W, Ni* V.tn. t'<,-r Oiniiw.?TU? INMlnn'Cr f5?n?ral hat ?at ?b .I | m / ?t f*g Brvui "B<?k c it ?j .1 Ji-. t . ? : * t'. .uty | RK'H NESDAY, JULY 11, 1860. NEWS FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA AT HALIFAX. Important Revolutionary Movements In Naples. The French iMtasuier Attacked and Beaten baseless fcy a Me*. Naples Proclaimed in a State of Siege. Release of the Captured Americas YeMels. STATE OF THE 11UUCAI PEODK E ttiafcKTS, Ac., Ac., fte. TL*i itaXj J\j!y 10,1S00. The atcamihip Ar?bi?, Captain Stone, from LiTorpool ontk ..! ,1. n.wan.11ilnuin Ti l?r 1 I III *PT|V|^I At t>li* port, en route to Boston. Tbo steamship Africa, from New York, arrived at Liverpool on the 1st. THE REVOLUTION IN SICILY. Garibaldi continued his preparations for * new movement. POPOLAR OUTBREAKS AT NAPLES. Tbc agitation at Naples ha<l Increoacd. A most inflammatory proclamation bad been issued by tbc Central Ocroluiionary Committee railing on tbo people to rise. The Frcnch Ambassador bad been seriously maltreated in the xtrceli of N'aploe, it was ?upposed by members of the anti reform party. He ? h* beaten scnaclcsa. The committeriau of the twelvo districts of Naples wore simultaneously attackod and pillaged on the 24th, tbo archives burned and Ibo agents murdered. Naples iru proclaimed in a state of siege and street assemblage*) prohibited. Tbc government bad yielded to the cncrgctic demands of the American and Sardinian Ministers, and ordered the release of the two captured vcpecIs, tUclr crcws and passengers. Tbo American sloop of war Iroquois went to Naples specially to aselM the American Minister in his representations. It is confirmed that the King of Naples bad granted a new liberal oooatitation on tbo terms already published. The Irl-colorod tag had bocn formally inaugurated on the public buildings, palaces and war vessels, and saluted by foreign ablpsof-war. The ikw Neapolitan Cabinet had wen completed. Comnuiider ^penelll U President of tho Cabiuot; OrnimautUr Muitiuo ia Minister of Foreign Aft.urs; Signor lKi.na f.n nni.i'o nnil MarO.ftU f.*Bttuv.l Ifittla. ter of War. Tlx? Neapolitan government eontinu'vl its prejKirallons T?r hostilities", tbe prockukaUoa of rttorm not appearing to give SHtWftotiow. THE SAVOY QUESTION. Fng>nd and Austria hsve ass'-nted lo the t onferenco on 1L0 1 Yauco Swigs question. Tlif latter pro test! against lli': admission of Bard'iia. GREAT BRITAIN. TV pnM?dii(l or r^rl,aniont wi ro unimp^rtaut. Noticc had been given or ft waolullon In tbo Commons winch would bring to a dlreot iMue tbo question of privilege raised by the House of Lords in rejecting Oi bill abolishing tbe paper duty. The ro|>ort of tbe committee on this subject l? pub 11"hod. It merely, as already reported, quotes tbo pneodi iiU'. *ud nvikoM uo recommendation. FRANCE. Tbe rumor* pr a contamplatcd French loan of twenty millions sterliaf arc officially contradicted. The (?><: ibltka against tke publication of Episcopal 1 l-hrior&ls in the French prct< has been withdrawn. The Bourne was \?ry dull; Uie ret.t * dosed at CI'. &Jc SPAIN. It is asserted tbal, In conformity with legal alvice, Count llonUlwnbert snd TVm Fernando lial cancelled tho renunciation of their preterm "i.g to the .' pAnitb throne, 1?UV** UJ 1IRIU Y? uvu |i IWII- i ^ n m- t I'fWH. ROME. I: wu report*.! H.at tbo P?i>al gomnraesi wai about lo grant rcftirnn. Tiifr? wrro f**i' ' lit rloW between tbe troop* an<l fill*rn* at fcnufta. SARDINIA. Th? fluriUaiaa Chamber of Deputies had voted uow loan* by ali (?falu?t 3 AUSTRIA. A fonYMit.no had Nx>n *;gr.?st t*twe*n Austria, lUigIrftd am! tli?-,!'urte f"T tubujannc U)"KrS|'b b.twicn ! r.?g ?va and Alexandria. RUSSIA. It tu beherM that thr n<*w ,ai\ loan tn I/.nlon would prove a failure. The AppliaUlMt wcr* I ybt. an. I the IhIh would Oil ll?? 501U nil BRAZIL. The Pt47iI nut<Id o. lh? commer.r<?mf?nt of Jon? had rwwlw'd M?l>on. rwfcc at Ri", C 5.')0 9 C-'iO rlcs for poi first ft. Stock, 6" 000 big*. K*|?orl? to lb'; S?UUt liDCC iMt Bil l WO bftgfl. FDtAjfCIAL AND COMMEHCIAL NEWS. LONDON MONI.V MARKKT. Lomox, .Tunc 29 la60 CMMa closed ?t1*8?* aM,?{ for aecount, es dividend. Tbe bullion In tbe Bank of F-nflaad bM tncrwod ?6-1,000 j nucc ib? la.?t weekly returns. Money (lightly nor* stria fen!, with nr. activc demand I/txito*, June DO?P. M 0>o?'d? are at 93' i ft (C i,' for MmM. <W:?I< >!? mWKH. Mewr?. rtarlwp Brotbw* report ft ?1<>W mtrkcl,iA ?inibanged. ond In r?me raw* nominal, prie?. Me=r? Bell ft Co rrjmrt ''tat* rtneks martirc, but pr <r* firm ratlrond wnrlliea declined and market dull ? United htate* tl,lW M a 100 !<o. 6'ft ! !'; a i?i>; ; Maryland V? P.VS a !*!', kliuwu htt*ett? 6'? 102 1ft) | Mtrslwtpf lilou Iteflk ta-mU 14 ft 10 j fHiio?V? 91 ft M Ptnn >'*ftiiift 5 ? Hi a s? Do. 1M7 MPg ? *7* . So'iili OtrollDA b'? HO ss ; Trm?<w?0 ? HO a hi \ train* t P M j p.. fin *4j a vj ; i OwtraH't, |?K?. (trvc toml) HI a PS Ik). aharc* <1i fouul 41 a 4v Mt> ntrnl S> HO', a H7'? l*>. ftUtro 43 a 4"? New York ( ?nlrn! lit M a Vi Ik?. 4o. W u (M ( fin 4o. phftMl 7" a ?.? Krlft Vt. Ill IMflRftfiv W ? W I* M * M a HO i 1*0 34 il? 70 a 7* l<n cotivtrMl'fc- it 4>> a in po ihtiw 10 a 17 1 TVmhk ?mdi? 101 ft lug i-UftttU r?*>l*ul A'a lot , <11 ? UU | MTWQOi. (otto* M?mrr. TV nurk< t < lofMxl fn thf 'J9lh at a dccllo? of n't uj'wwtlf, 011 Uio Hiftrtor aorU There ?i?* ratliT ?iorr Hutivily, a- UoWof' wr* prmatnj stock on tlif markd, but prlc<" w ?< nominal. TV- fwtos of tbc work up #1 000 lalo*. of ?hlnli apoenlator* took 7.000 * <! (jpcrlM 12,000 The *aW on Frt'l^y f<> 'ted ui 10,000 !>?!' , iM wlik h 3,000 wre l*km for i-pcculalk* m?l I *P?rt. Thomarkrt ikc-n! M a declining tendency Tb'' follow 1*>k ar<: tlx- aniliort/"! '|ii<>Uti<Hw< ? *h?v. MultU,nf Sew (# ? ?.,,, 7V fl m.4mIO.,, 7?4 r,'( i pUivi 7 s . Tli' lic k (? ImiihI *a? 1 .->>.* 000 i'? ??, of w intli 1,133, 000 wrr? America*. *AN(M IT. Th* ?<J< ft' 'in MawheotT < not o'i<>4 riBfarorwble, tli'* Mftrktt l" inx 'lull mb<) mi a declining t*ii<lwy. IHKllfOOl. BHf AITV I P* Hilllir, i: I > - ,r .p,,n i Jm, rf 'rt r <\t at a ''f-liiri * : r n j, t, it 11 t<? al fy>,. a 30* , I* a ?> tin* [ERA of sixpence. Wheat firm ufdU rrcea of Tucaday: rod, 10a. lOd. * 11?.; white. Us. Od. i v>. Corn declined fid.! mixed quotations at 3is. a 31?. 3d; yellow. 31a. 31. a 31s. fid.; white, 34s. a 34a. fid. Weather uieottlod. and unAvorablo fur crops. IdVKRPOOL PKOYIbLOK MiRkFIT. Messrs. Big land, AtUaya 4 Co., Waketleld, Nash n. Co and other authoritiea.quote beer heavy, under large hn Sorts. 1'ork quiet. Bacon tlrin. lard firm, and iu go omand ai 67s. a 60s. fid. Tallow flrnier: butcher*' quoted nt 63a. fid. a 64s. LITURPOOL PRODUCE HiMKXTB. The Brokers' Circular and other Authorities quote ashes I quiet at 29a. 3d. a Vs. fid. for pots, and 80*. a 31a. for pearla. Sugar quiet hot steady. Coffee firm. Bice Arm at 22a. fid. al'4s. 8J. for Carolina. Baric dull: I'hiladel- I phia, 0a. fid.; Baltimore, 7s. 9d. Fish oils inactivo and unchanged Ui price. Roc In dull at 4s. 6d. for common. Spirits terpentine dull at 33a. Tea not materially changed. T.OKDOK MARIKTf. Messrs. Baring Brothers quote breadstufflj quiet but steady: white wheat, 60s. a 00s.; rod, 54s. a 68e.; flour, 30s. a 32s. Iron dull at ?6 us. a ?o 7s. fid. Sugar and cofllo firm. Bic<5 steady. Unseed cakes in good demand: American, in bags, ?0 7s. fid. per cargoes to arrive: Xesr York, , in barrels. ?0 17 a ?10; sp*riu oil. ?93 a ?94; cod oil, ?39; ; linseod oil, ?28 0s. for low on the spot, and ?29 0*. for foture delivery. Tea deallned slightly oil ali *>rts. Congou nominal, at la. 3d. a L?. 5^<f. Tallow steady, at We. Spirits turpentine dull, at 34s a 31s. fid. Bar silver 0s. l\'d.; Mexican dollar?, 6s. 2V1; American eazl> ?, 7tio. 2,'t'd. UAVllt MAKgET. Cotton Arm, at Bif. for I ret ordinate ui<l 8Cf. f< r Un. 1 Tho sales of the week footed up 12,000 bales. Stock la port 200,000 bales. Breadstutts dull and declining, ex cii'iiO| ?uim, iMi.tu *h ?iea<iy. i ruvimuius uuu. THE LATEST MARKET.-. UrtBPooL, June 30?1 P. M. Cotton dull and Irregular. Sales to-day 6,000 lule?, of Which 2,000 bales were takon ft>r speculation and export. BreadstuBfc were dull but steady. Protishws duJK Visit of tbe Prime e of Wales. LETTERS OF MK. DALLAS AND LOUD JOHN ItrSSKLL. The following letters bav? been received by bis Honor the Mayor, in reply to bis invitation to tbe Prmoeot Wales to visit tho city of New York in pursuance of the resolution of the Common Council.? Luxuries of rmt Usotid Gratis,) Lo.vnov, ,Tun? 22,1800. J Sir?My letter of the Rth in*t. will hare Informed you of tbe step taken by me to apprise the Prince of Wales of tbo desire ox)irei<-od by the Common Council of New York that be should Tisit your greut city at the close of bis public duties in Canada. 1 have now tbe honor to transmit a note addressed to me in answer to my communication by her Majeaty s principal Secrctwy of State for Foreisn Affairs, couverinir tbe rralifvinir assuranco that his Ko.val Highness, with the hurh sanction of his iltuatri>"i? mother and her government, will meet tbo wishes of your community, with tbo highest respect, sir, your moat ol>edient servant, 0. M. DALLAS. To his Excellency I i r.vaxdo Wood, Mayor of New York The undcrsignel, her Majesty's principal Secretary of Stato for Foreign A flairs, lias the honor to acknwledge a communication addressed to him by Mr. Dallas, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the I'd i ted Stntw, containing a rceolntIon express!ro ' of the wish of the municipality of New York and of Its important and wealthy community to receive a visit from his Bora! Highness tbo Prince of Wales, on the occasion of this Royal Highness' presence in the colonial possessions of her Majesty The uudersigned, having laid these documents before, her Majesty and tbo Prince of Wales, is commanded by them \<J express to Mr. Dallas the high sense which they entertain of the importance of strengthening, by every means, the relations of friendship and regard which bind this country to the Vnltcd States of America When, therefore, the public duties, for the performance of whicli the Prince undertakes the voyngr across the AUuutic to her Majc-stv'S North American colonies, shall 1><> concluded. lf>th the consideration above referred to and the natural desire 011 1 tbo part of the Prince to visit tome of lU institutions and i tome of U?e most prominent objects of interest In thy ' T 'nltod state*, w ill prompt bin Royal lllghnc- , on his re- ' lurn from the 1'pper Province of tfcnadn Ui direct liN ! route through a portion of that great country and thai ; route will include a visit to tbo U.ii?.it;irit city of \>w York, The time allowed for ihls journey will, however, under sll circumstances, ho m-ecFfc.irlly M-ry limited, ami 1 it will be oourtoinetitly out id the power of hi.; Koyui : ltichiK'Sii to make a prolonged bUy. Ills Ko>al Highness will, ou leaving the Rrd.-fi will, lay : aside all royal state and exchange Ills t itle, n bo has done on former journeys to loreign countries, for thnt m I.onl Renfrew. While thus dispensing with ai y ceremony which might be inconvenient to the c?minnnir>>? whlcu | bo bo|?'t to visit. he tru :W to be enabled a a private gen- i tlcman to employ the small amount of l ie i?t Ids din- ! posal n the study of the most lnteri .tu i ohtect* in the f nlted SUte- aud of the ordinary life of tlic American people. Tli. undiralgnetl i* dinctd to rt'<]n? -1 tha' .Mr. f>ilia.-: j will communicate in Lis cittvllency Kornando Wood, lira i ?xprt??inn of the satisfaction felt by tbr l'rinre or \Valr?, j i upon reouirbig tb? regulation of tbc inuni.'tpality of New i York, and of Eb bopi ihut tomrii lbs lutn n1 ?f np I Umber he imjr bo mkM to pay ? vi?iijto Uu city tin y ' represent an<1 to ibe mrrcantll* community wbu have j a-\TD to liim so w.'lconj' a t. alimony o: tbeir'frlcndly rt>! < "' The uMt.-nugned requeue Mr. Dal la* to -icsept the h.^u- I raiice of bla bigbefit conclderntioti J RtV^KM*. <J. U. tUliJl, Akj. Kokkicx innir, June 21,1800. t Ity iBli lllRrm r. Th* Snw Yhk in lbu?*iTi Onowjc At !> <:<.an ?tr.Ai*?Ii-rrt* Qvra x Pcad Body.?A ewe or violation ! | of tlio )?? rt?|?cliiig Ibe removal of dead bo-lie1 falling j witbin the Jurisdiction of Coroner! is at pre seat being in- j \e*iig;iU<l by tbc City lii?jieo4or. ll npp^ ir-tbat <>u tb.j J lib of July two <1 miikcn men pot into a tight on a boat i I nt the fool of Cbiiatopber itreit, fell Into the walci to- | 1 grtber and were drowned, toron'r sclitrmer wa? aoti, fled and prorcodod to bold Iimj 'fM<. but on arriving at J . tbc fbrt of < brfc-topi*rf troet ftwiiil that on< body tul l>ocn I ! taKoii away ?>ue 01 me rnvunnj men, it ?> nv, ix>. j !oa|r(Hl to Hrooklyn. while the other war a New Yorker. Ttie linHki r of Im fonwr, t |r<?rr In llmok lyn, Iwl )i -< j i brother'* rrraatn* rriivrM fe> tho < ay of t imrrtir- I,j w?y ?>f ili<' Hiiiiiilton wry, wlll'tit" llw NVw Y?rk ; Cr>i. ii. r'? |irr?i??ion. To mika m tt<r wor tv>, on? 1 i/T ilic Brooklyn coroners lield an Jnrjtt' I ?a tW boiy, j l ?n?! * <vo a K i llfr alf ?*f btirl.i). Tt'.s tiv* ' i1 I" a 1.1 f ! between ilir V* York and Bn nklrn lormer* ai to the ! riglil In I)k> laulf A m?ir?ut l'oi lb' ,i i ?l of U?. fvrr> master ?u ye*iirtlay..ud lb' > itj In-peel a is dclcrniiiK't lo i.t'.n lli* t.>? 11, idl> 1>? h.ViU^l. Uoljr dteiaterml the fltic of tjiH) imp- I l>nnnno? or th> ^?tr<t <?m Prrre'? Curitrn, , r.tR hi ^nutt.T.?The ytmnj ladi's attendant at th' ?cl>' t i cl.ool of Ft.-!Ytcr't. Jiarrjay rtrer|, trmler the nia. *ge- t inent of the FifU r* of Charltr. b*<! their .di.tw! et*ni. ! DMliof) j*0lfcrifojr? In l*? u^rimiiKNla^ tli?* permit | mI rrlotidt ot IIk rlilfabm tiie > m * * >rc g\x n m liiclnrjf p:ir"rjil "l?" h"?1 r??'in t'terh"icb T>f |>l^?- | (brn *u occui'iH by the Rev. 'Vinos Kennedy or Ri!i | tar, S. P , Rev. Mmri "'Ifcllljr, ! ?} If, Mild' t M'.;.ni, , Manali id and < onran. I'-v ?ir ?)?unn,tlw and (Mrptie jviHor. prr-lded. Th? < bililrrn, nuiw two I bondrnl In number, '>11 <1 r.? - - <! in wbit?v miIIi Mu - { or pint ;.rr?i-i I \<y cla-wa ?n tif ralci-d bcn'h<"?. (turn wbi?b lb*-! de ended in tin trnrd< r. to kbou Nil nib r.|lv< amlieix* tin pi liruii. y tbey bay,aMnlm-d w itlilii If*'l?-l y<-ar. Tb? < xerrl?e* eon-|*ti-d i<f innate, Wal ami tn?trun?<nt.il, mutton, tml-rmdery. *r Xrver.il dU't? an two ptatinr were playf I hy l.ttla aylpb* pc?r<?\y b'gli i.oMgh ! > i<a?li th?- key' board. Mtmi Ine/ iMnl \ Otl>allo?, It" nr? My lltitr Sfmnl?h chiiilrrti. annir tbe nolo parte n( d < uoorr to be a l<al*y,'* with (T'at aweMiiow Mini naUeli Tb? io i-ir. wbh b wai ! n evellwit titr*, *i? nii'lfr Hi#rl'irj* nf )ll?? j ITraiinni* irw awarded to Mt??e* Me*han, Kairgrarc, Raymond anil olbera, for pi oflclrorv ,n mnric, rtnbrot. | ili ry, A lo <wnc fi'?tn ej< b <>f ihe l?-?rx for prolkiemy, j and* ? tariff nntnlHT f'MT pood CoidtacV Hie children Wire then addrmrd toy JUv Mr. ?joion and afterward* by j IV v Quton Kennedy The wUota c?r?m"ny. ua wi*ll aa j the ^en? rally avV i??WHd progr*-** lln> M-li<>lari bavf i made. reflect" great credit on fiater Jrene, and I bo otbT | Kitted and exemplary ladica who bar* bad I hem iu I charge. A>m *t tiamnwiafPr J<wem'? Aeenoi ?Ti?? f<rm?i* d< |?i ini< nt of Ft. JawptT* i<bool (I/*roy '(reel) had tin I unwl ?]Jilbili?o foltrdijr Tbe esrr i?<j?, which w<-r? ngroeably interspersed with cx Ilwit imping cotfistcd of arithmetic, comjwntioo. rec>tatioo<\ kr , mi l wore hiyhly f r?'diUbl? to the t. Uolara and to tk?ir kind leachw Qktrtlf. TV* following nmnnl young l.ctie? re<-ctr*d ili#- <-roirn" f<T pr 'Orkney sod i t .n diwit ilurln; Ik pA fMr, \MK??* Tackntf, tlivlo, Hanley t'!e?t C Mrttean Kwr. ?<arrin. l*?>ii>y, MrMann Imnn Smith. Jlirk<>y. Jlirn*. WktckwD, Mont. Ibk-y, K Mrt.ean, MrOu ker and MrOuin A?t<tr . * ' ?. rr nt.?d< hv Rev Mr V.ilTMl (|*,t?r; W?1 H? v Mi i Kennedy, of HhIMsix, N. *. A?\r^i I>imti*''r>otii Mot *i . * Vi?i*rr.?Tl? re will | hr a grand fathering at Knot Mill, tlx- fur but r<*?Meii?e of Mr. EdWtn Forf tl, on Tuesday, the 17th iwt The uc j caAon will bo the annual dmtrlhvtion ofptcraiuwt 1 amongst the pupil* of the Afait<*m.T Monnl ft. Vin<-<nt. at i Uie head of ?bub or.l r In Mother M Ang'Ia. sl-ter of j Ar> kblstiop Hughe* It m ejjw.teu ttwt lOO Aichbisbop ' will Ik prevent at the Interr-tlnf reroniwy. The adrni* moo .? by card of inrlut.on only, and thos. win are fw- I lunate enough to receive the fa\or wiK euj f llie ( wry irom one of the im-ft mucmflceut ui*ii*!"tis -n the u*biu j IIikvoi) rlrfr C >****< MWI f* * i ..i?r? ? Kiihd- } ?** ?Tb< ?nn?*l comnwiN rm<nt of th?? iIh>T? ib-Mii ' lion nocnra today, t>n U>' ( the *v MMMrw. it ><<rdh?m about ttmlv rn !? frt>m llir ciiy \nlibi J?r?n HiibIhb ?* rriw-rl"! to !> 't?r<-'Mil. r??<-? ^r- !? -< < I rm ty ?i*th Mrwt, "TOrr of Hwftti BTWi'l", ul elcroll ?claok. i !* rami AI latrlllgfNrr. Governor Pr>c?. of N>w Jrr??y i.Mi"rnl llulwy. r>f Itiiftra Major Itrti M< < ?i!1?h h. of Triaa <,< r*<< >' uray. i t'J").. of .Xlbuijr; C H. \?Vntt>\ f>?.. <,f \ev* Jorfc-y. I tnrt 1. ?*vt. W ''mi rif lh? t tiit*>! -Ut' ? V*tv. nrro I ir.M g ihv air \?? .*t lli?s M Nicfcol- H?t* J "?|rV'njr. I LJD. PRICE TWO CENTS. Tkc Defalcation* In Comnecttim wltlt tb? FtcUc Mall HtemmMp Vmmpmmy. AKKJS8T OF BOWMAN, TDK ALLEGED DEFACLTH? xrrSABANCK BKKOKK Jl'aTlCK CONKOLLT AT THE SECOND DUTHJCT COl BT?MAOiSTEBIAl SZAJOKATI OK rOSTTONKD. Our roadcrs are aware that the absconded and alleged defaulter, Frederick Ilortmaii, late transfer clerk of the IViflo Mall Steamship Company, was arrested * few <Uf? ago lit Trenton Falls, sear Utica, and brought to this city 00 Sunday ,*#i. He wan arretted by virtue of a warrant iissocd upon the s * iro deposition of W. B. Dnvidge, President of tho G>mpany, Id which aaid warrant it wa? charged that lv r.urnn, by ultTiitions made ia Ucuod stock, defrauded tl,0 Oomjkkuy ?f a considerable amount of money. The circumstances in connection wltb tliis aftir caused at tho time a very greut t* ntntion, oocurrlnf, a* it did, at the very motneut wU'n t,Uo Schuyler monster frauds were the subjoet not only of jwblc and newspaper comment, but when tho whole details of this enormous swindle wax tho all engrossing snbjeet of b-ga', ni'. - ligation?an investigation in which such various aac. serious Interests were involved. That tlii-i concurrent <:\eut hvt much to do with tho excitement couiequcnt upon Ui?. mysterious flight of llotftnan, und tho subseq<..'ut di* cover? of fraud somewhere in the aflitirs of the ompai.j but traceable from tho tlrst to iioOman, is a matter of to.? much notoriety to need coiuinent here. As uoual, alt concerned?not only all the xtock holders, but tho Director?, the Kxocutivc Committee, with tho President at thoir head. were in blissful :^u<> ranee of bow a/lairs stood rj the day of reckoning? tho di\ idend day?approached; and it was only then, from the unaccountable disappearance of HotRnan. which oc curred Immediately after he was directod to hand over the stock ledger to the cashier, in order that the a of Rtn> kholderc might be prepared for tho oomtlag dividend dav. then idimn at hand, tluit vuvmeioiis were awakened to mw probable fraud. Cuni|? lent accountants Mere im mediately called in, and tho iraidt or Cfecir ovamlnatlou into the books kept by Hoffman showed to tbe directors, and aH Ik made appareut to tb? public from the depositioM roorn to by the 1'resident, that HoiVtnan, as is alleged in said dc|ioH)tlous, overissued 1,113 shares of the Pacilki Mail titcamahip Company 's stock, valued at 9110,800, Ud forged or altered two or more uoteii belonging to said company. Ab has been already said, the unavoidable publicity Ibal some serious cimfrrtrmj* hud liappeued to Uie hitherto plain aniline of the sreut steamship company, and the same following in the wake ?f the Schuyler wreck, creatod a treat sensation In Wall street, which, however, wits ccnsiderably allayed, so far as individual virtue went, from the offl< i.-il manifesto of the company that all stockholders personally presenting their certificate would receive payment of their dividends up to date. Subsequent investigations restored confidence, and the anilely of the public, on 'Change and off 'Change, cookd down from fever b?-al, and was only interested In the wbere abouts of Hottman, and whether the dcvcloprmonts would intaoUuce another young Lane history, with all its at tendant scandal*. licentiousness and episodes, now so fre i quint in the lives of last young men. HISTORY OF HOFFMAN. Frederick IToffkuan. the alleged defaulter and late trans lor rierk of the Pacific Mall steamship Company, Is the I ourtb son of Mr. .Anthony Hoffman, for many years of the flrm of llonman & Van Bursa, o( this city, and who died iume few years ago leaving behind him a wall earned i.ain* i.ir uouor ?nu iiuu<m imuig pr oo ny intciunr uun man bad besides lYcdcriek?the onfortonata yoonf man whose uauie is mixed up with the obloquy ud contumely of a citmtnal trial?Arc other pons and two daughters. ? liimc prouduai legacy w?s the lair came tad reputation of their Father. A11 the sou* have tlUed positions of lnflu cr.i o und respectability. and Ivavc. hitherto mixta*tied irreitroarltablc c.lwrscterx. The subject of the present notice Uiatn? esrly eoniteetcd With tho llrm of lion land & As pin wall, and some years since he pot an engagement In the i'ariiic Steamship O mpuny, where latterly be bold the responsible position of traci< r cleric, and ,u wh.cli hegalurd the entire coolideaoeof hie employers, up to lb?time of tLc alleged defalcation. ms AHKK^r. iUtlinitsb eily detective o/Dccrs were fenl in purnut of lloDman on the 18th or 19th of Mav, ,m mediately after liif absconding, h?? was uol arie-ted 1>y tin-< elftctait detectives, >>r. as they are ailed, "defective?," at all, hut on Saturday Lift ?n ofrtoei connected with the railroad companies who have Lave lately organized an Wtirient corp* of d'-teulfveg, ar routed bim at Trenton t ails, m ar L'tlca, whore he bad been lj ins i-erdue f'W three weeks. Houinan's conduct at the hotel etcit' d sinpieion and M ImM Urn m> one into fci rontid' ticc and bad cnluted no Fymt<atby in IiIk Im li.ilf, rtflt< cr Maaterinn had no diflVmlty in getting nilorni.iticju of lu j whereabouts, be tag at the t.rac of hi" iiH|nlrj locked np In lii? room, whither the uuforlunatw ytnin man rr)wircd eveiy day upon the arrival of each train from New York. Mastertou s-?iit word to Hodman that .i friend had l?tn Kent hy his brother to see are ?,.m muuic.ite with him. Hy the" ruse lieitman was induced to open the door, but on aeelng the offleer bo endeavored to tall bark and tain hi rfK>m. at the . .ime moment draw ill); a pistol and j?rc-entniK it at the officer. The latter id .-i.miiy ruMi' 'j i>nri, -ci? i nun ami wnr a urtni struei-V m.-i ti-rctl him and wriMed the ji.stol from h? |iw|< I'ro'n It'll' n?"iwiil H"tfuinn v?a? "iiMn'il, *?<l Hir.rt in liis ucr ;iu4 Ucjiorttutni to tbc ifftir-r ..f U <-aptor, ?nJ trwling to tb"?c n|>|waraao<a, Haatei U>u left him (' t<> the I'1'" a t<> ?mnini.?wubit arrest to the if-odent in New york. ?>n h.? return he foil 11(1 thkl awi toua cliHiip*' ti.nl Uki ii |>la''\ Stretched on the floor lay 11' fiauti, *tirrounded by strrral pcrsoi. who cnd<KV"r<*i I" ?-ixe him mil hold him til) tie l? Am>nulet; hut bin imizy was too much for thorn, asd he kepi Uieai at tony until tin' return of Marterton, to ?lmm b<*onco morr miormnlxvl, m<t in wboae charpo b? qutMiy r>-m*in cd till Riven irer to th?- authorities b<rc. UM< AVrF.ARA.NCK IN COIRT AM) rosITOMtM^ T Ol TH* U AMTNATIO.V. Ton o'rVocV yo^Wrday morning wit* the hoi;r li?l for tbf prrllmiuary e xamination before Justice OocnoKy of tb? J< Otsoii Mai Wet Court. At that hour ? ?rra) ft portrm were present. JuMt ? < onnolly, with a corpora tion denoting more umple linirc Ui*a eoubl be g"t tn.m a r?pon in th<*c degenerate itays of *pec.a! i?re for J'tttlcrv, acrrral wom< n of tbcgcwr known in '"nr'jwvt mk the " i.bar," wl?? were yet enga??-t, ntrnterruvt'M b\ the i oume of juitice. in ileaiKiOK the court rr*"-?i* it in iiltl ever It. ?.f alt mniii ft*, li ful mmiu It?g to on of thr*e frequent r ??( *, a 'hu.< accident proa, citlcn. b I no sun of apei-lnl iuti-ie-1 id lb'- Hoffm. n -a^r After a vani ty nf p<-w?, in which the portly Jmt;?<? was op< n I" all rotn< it, awl all Utii'iitants io tbe ccirt |<ro]?r, III" .tn-lire, r?|?o: ter?, rrpri vnUtivea Jhr U?<pro^crutioti aii'l <lpf'-ner, r?|?a.r. i to a Itttte room f-n tin' me, wlitii t **.? Mwerta'ned tint in co?tgww<!" ;l!?fP nf Mi IVn t.Igr, the I'rf Hi'lfOt ..f the cnmpai y M>l tbc principal witmt lor the pr'tecution, that tin- .1 m *1 hr ii?e\ ituhly jxiatponed tin! afhr a?n>e daiter* ttnti tt wit- ilciidiil that the r mammal ion be (xwpoi.' l (ill Saturday tnomiiijc at ten Jhirit'j; ti> tim.Jlolitnan hail no! ttuie bit apjwar.-inee, but :r order to ronault Iilin 111 lh>* mailer the Jii"ll?-e lit fiw I in !? another 100m and iti a miO'ite afterward? he Bad' h>* ap|>raiance. The cyea of ?U weir iia.urajty, a* 111 an?h h uw <l>i?r\'l U> (he |>r?oner hut s?Mk>m ha cur ion* jt?/c Im to 'hcrked. ami n* it *cre, rebuked, in the prr*er ;c of n.m fortune, 11a in Um rate of tl??" who !ook?>.| upon po?w Hoffman, a?- li* enters th?- ro?ro, leaning upon >ti" arm o( hi brother. Mi 1 Ttune wimtuh ha* ItaryKpuihit? <n. 11 it- ?o(i n,iiiti< ? and (Mine coiiM look upon Ilia' |?*>r ymoc man at.ui'tinj: at yet Innncnt in tbe 'yet ot th? ; w 0: all cr ?e for as yet untried?hot upon whom the ill'ail of tl.e Uw had fallen with a weight wIimIi nmnruillt rrunhed <mt all boi<? 'rom bin Ii<*rt, without feelitg Uis deepest arnpalbje* iwukened. It lot l>orn tuado the subr-t or )?ib!x Kiuintiit that Roffiuaii. tboughnot part ' pt.1 i.g in ntty of lit" Mvoli?iff or faelilonitblo * Ice* of tb?* ??t vwiz men of the day. tnJ addi'tcd hiiM' If fcr year* rvt?i to ?i. imnv-drrato um- o< opiate*. How far lb.? may In- U'te or (?1k> wr hirr not particularly uiuuirol, but 1" tlioM to irlioui a warning ?irain*t *ucb lodulceoc< t ra.glit b<- esefbl. one look at the wreck of poor Krodrr, k llof! in., it oultk bo warning lud?*?J A* pro* .o<ml) intcrrrttag ***' Maetfi" i-ontpooed till Saturday arit.at ten o'clock. Hrtiklailil|? NHd Urarrtl * ommltltf, Purr ant to adjournment the new Bteckleridg* unit liii.c Ar M i llioo, orgauued on > ridny crming of last week, kc Id meeting l<aM ereni?g their room*, So. tlH) Uioadway- Collector HebeII lo the cbair The atfcdaacc was Mine large. In accordance with the reKH.ttow adopt" d at the Uit meetinf, credential! of delegates from Uir *e\eral ward* to c*i?tilute the National Demo.-rat to finner*I Committee of thf i it* and mimty of Vew York wer# rf'krd. Mery ward waa represented encept U>? fir.'I. Skxonrt. Fourth. Twelfth, and I .bteecth It w a? anncmix >4 tliat tlte co?nuitt?e would e*ainii?? II,. r?A.leM mil an>4 paha*! MiwtM ?!.??? />? ? ? i??. until which Umr,at right o'clock, the mrrt.i.r ad jwirtied. Si\t* W >r.n Dwt i.a Cint ? TUte club organize! iMt night at the lioiwr formerly kept by Parld Broderlck, by r!ect;ns AngnrtM f. Browne Chairman and Joseph >l?v* SrcrtUrjr jvnl-m., alu-r which the rJub adjourned U?roe?l at Hh' *ame place <m the ltWh in*t , to elect r* riratv tit ifl;f ere mid tr e it' i' latra to f?ncral *>tnmlttce. I nroafrt' Two CNnr>aa> I'ukoxibi ?<>>ronor Jack man re*wr<Uv ro?>! ludid the mqwl on Uk bod in* or Anna 8. White ami I/->, #>?>>* Ct*on, two th.ldren, aged far yeara, who, it wi1 be r*m< mV r*d, d>?<4 al*mt a we?k from the J1 ( t- (>f ? q j?i,lil v <.f )*rnv ian bhie wh'wh tl? v ilraak fnm a bottle * itb which they had pit} lug. Dr* Zcnfcrl and Jlentl made an nnaJysis of the children . gto i >?< Iir and drtecV <1 the prtseuee of oxalic a. id and Unintitfl I.Win tiki mitlurn iu/n< Irir lilnriliii oIaIIim A vi filtct of wai rawtrrmT br th< Jury T?o oil* i < liil<lr?>n who hint j?i mk? n of H>? pii.non ha?<* MtlvC r?<>V?N '!< ? Ita r VonWi U?t V?t?UT RrM><-A? b?M hv roroii'T vrhrimrr upmi ihi bnrty ot Mb* OuMrVat K. Kunwllon. * yonnf tarty rMtfrttM at )%?wv, N. J , ?b* waa f*tally hm nr.l on th' ??lli nlt-Hf brr rto'tiMi IcntaM) ? alcliitig Brf. Ifrrawa I waa ?. i trM? ,,r r _________________ Tm t.lUCT Fimi>- o? rtt* Wi-vr ?H * Mat Um? nbotc W< t from th?- Oho Ut lb- klixmiri, id ?rf> *? ? tT?iB flrlrt || i? fi|'i>,.ilM II,at th<' ."tat" of litm * I havr thirl* iii'lll-xi boahtJ? of *b' aV?ll\r m "f tnnr* t?mn It bmi' t'r pmliiH b^fhrc?and that it Wn" !?> t>c?l ?j mill/.

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