Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 12, 1860, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 12, 1860 Page 1
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TH WHOLE MO. 8708. THE PRESnSEirriAL C0KTE3T. Gifa( Convulsion In the lie punui'ttii | CHARLES SUMNER ON THE STUMP, i STROM PLEA FOR OLD ABE. Another Attack Upon Slaveholder*. The Five Fold Wrong of Human Slavery, Mi, U., kit Oil ihe invitation cf the Young Men's Republican Union , 1 Nvw York, the Hon. Ch&rlua Sumner, republican lie t?kr (torn Maaaaichuaelta, delivered an energetic address hut ev> Ding at the Cooper Institute, on the wrong of hummlt alawry au4 the n-iwsaity of the perpetuation of the republican party for the extermination of the evH. T1k> d Kirs ofJth? Urg? basement hall were thrown open lo the public at seven o'clock, and the crowds which had ioug tofvre assembled in front of the building immediately poured in :n a continuous stream until every available ix*ti ion was occupied. In half an hour afterwards it waa utterly ruposslbie to find accommodation. The windows of the epper fluor opening upon the basement were cramBed with people. jU the gentlemen who looked after vao rrrn nctaununi who tvi / vwvuu ?ihi? mm u<mu beads" fhould slip In, and as each adult admitted was muicl n tweaty five cents, lawful money of the republic, it in to bo presumed that tho Republican Club reaped a < *eavy harvest of dimes on this occasion. A considerable proportion of the audience consisted of ladies, for whom aspic accommodation was provided on tho plati'orm. Notwill standing this, the auditorium presented an extensive snow of bonnets and fans. It is announced thai the untun pro<.ee 1s of tho oratorical effort of Mr. Sunner is to be devoted to the circulation of the address as a cam ptlgn document. Mr gtimner appeared on the rostrum precisely at eight 'clock, and was received with an outburst of excited entbuFiaem which detlos all description. The applause with wb.cb be was greeted was unaulmuus and intense. Cheer al .er cheer arose, loud and vociferous; men stood jp and waved tbclr handkerchiefs and their bats till scarcely anything else could be seen; the ladies clapped their little hands, and shouts of applauso were heard * * from every part of the room. Mr. Sumner all the while stood calmly bowing In response, arid It was sot until several mi antes bad elapsed that the commotion ceased sufficiently no as to permit one of the members of the Republican Union to come forward and state the objocts of the meeting, and to propose Mr. Aur.natUb Mann as Cha.rman. Tho preposition having met with approval, the CiiraSi.i came furwttrd and said:? Lat.h ixn Ilsm-VMH-I have the honor to present heft-re >ou the H>>u Charles ^umuer. Yon know him alr?a.1y ..s th* living Illustration of the right of free >le vmv Ji i.U-fc uiuujituua, I'JtU IWD MIX tUI/V>W?HM XIMipv/IWt, Id ii uuuulry boasting of ;ta constitutional freedom, iu fy?c Fprcch and free p.-ess. Ho will now again vindicate it, iujd uuto the lid of bis life, thus to becuflM a saint in the t* lit, al cult ndar. if not a martyr, wLoro the blood of ih# mints becomes the seed of the church. itn.org the curiosities of the occasion a rman mallet, 11piU?tirg an auctioneer's l.ammer, which, It was aiaU-d, wan made out of a pieco of the old log cabin in which "Vncle AW used to reside when he was estsbbU I in the rail splitting b<i*tnes* in Kentucky. '.>n coming forward tu speak Mr. Stu.ftt was again saluted with lo id applause. He said ? Mr .'njcjcerr, 1-ap:im jito Gn?j:vr*?I have not wurda in which to utter my thinks for the kind, cordial and generous wulcowo you have given me. 1 am unalile to *?y ? bat I feel. I believe I shall beat respond lo your kUrdue-a and fulfil my owo duty lit cum. rig uX ooca to tee princ-phm we have 'fine hen to ciscuss. Of all the nt< n in our hiet.ry, there are two wh?ne Isfiuenco at this moment :s mint peculiar. Thm.gh dead, tiey yet live, speak and net tn the conflict of principles, which divides the country?stand lug face to face like two wi ll matched cliampious. When 1 add Ihni uno was from *>uth Carolina arid the other Ironi Mas* tchus*)lts, you will see at once that I mean John C. Oalb-an and John Vuiucy Adaara (LouJ applause.) ?(atesm u both of long can er, of marked ability, and of unblnm.shod in UfT'ty?actine together at nrst?sitting in the tinin C*|. n.-t? which they <|ulti?d? >n- W> K-o?>me Vioe I re^i aect and the other President, then for the rtma:ndcr of their days battlloir tn Congp-ss and dying there, each al t# post. Each was a leader In life, but each has be onne -n death a grander leader still. Mr. Calhoun poe teeeed sn iutedect of much originality and boldness, and ttc.ugb waning In the culture of a scholar, made himself felt iu council and in debate. To native powers unlike, twit not inferior, Mr. Adams audi d the well ripened fruits of long experience m fo re-gu !ao>'?, and of studies more various and complete tfa.ii th<#- of airy public man In o.ir history .beside- |an .ndocnuMe wi.f. and that1 1 r t of freedom wh.eb imptr ed Lis father when In Um GiJt.nental Congress lie so elo thaa ll?rlaralkili nf ltu<?>?iiin(4*ii(*ii innht if II* "Olowiii" on that #<>or. Hit liuf together In th?t CUiiMt o( Mr. Munroe, they con curn-it iu aanction'.ug tic prohibition of rlavery in the M,#001,ri Territory a* couatitutKioal, and no adtiaed the President. Bui here tlio divergence probably b"g?fi? though r- r a long time it wa* not made manllKt. Thfl diary <>f\lr Adam* ?h?><*s that at that e.irly day when lavi-ry had been little (iiai-"??*d, he -aw its enormity a ith .n-t.uctive quicker**, and dn*crlb<vt it with corre t|?*iii tig <or?*. The record M iemt full witb re^nnl to Mr (jubotui but ?ti"ii iu ItW 'If- they appeared. one in ^ toe Senate and the otBer in th? House of h prencntattrea, <w h . ) ?II!> a?*tioied the poi>lti??j by whkh he nuw hold* .d hiatory? nu as the leader tn all tb? praUntwt of lav-Ty and < (-lav* iM'l'r" ?nd ill- uU?-r the ch tmpim of hutuun ?>ee?f<>ni. (AppUcne) MrCalhounr>garded *l.tr< ry M a perniau*'iilin?titutk?i. Mr Adam* refard* I ilaatran rit"ry Mr Calfcnns vaunted H a f?rm efctniiarttnn; Mr Adam.'fcrrnrd it a? mi uiiq'-e* lablc barbarism. Mr CO bouit did r.nt hi^iutf lu call it the raoft t'UMo b.w'.a for fVe?- g't\?,rr.ni?w; Mr. Adanui vehemently i)?no<iiNi?l It ae a . 'rw, f'lll of w?alitie** and mockery and 4o<ibly oftow .re m a haartnt republic. Mr. Calhoun, not ?ont<-tit with thul exalting flan ry, proceeded to denounce tho war . , op.i inim of'lie early fallo rn, even tl?*e ?f W.mh ing'ou ami jeflhrwm, i?k " folly au?l delwlmi," to a?*ail lb- fit r:ifni truth* of the Declaration of ludepen deOC- ?s " abFurd." an 1 then to proclaim that human brti.** ?r* property under the constitution. au l a* *? h amy be traM]?rlnl Into tin- Territories ?ih4 tber? held In ?>?*?-ry wkile Mr. Adam* added to the |{l?ry ol hi? Ion f I ac-1 'itvnuted car- r, by perawteiii fH?rt?, winch art I brurr for hi* fame than having been Prcakient?uphold iiqr the g"*t rif hi* ?f ix>ilU<N> and <>( ?]?<th, aa well ai frv. ' in ill* prraa , vindicating the It evident truthn nf the rtarlaralra* of lndependraoc; exinaiog thehat.ru character of aiavrry ; inaitno* ufwm It* prohtbitioa tn tfa.- TrrrKoriee ; d-tiymg lb^ aeei-rt^l pr*T*r'y In man and ?(? ? ally and ofu-n ?-TbtWtmj tlv nnjuat power ir Iiic Natixial GoVcrumi'tit. ur.?uri>.-d by wbat h>- called " th" iltvr rluaUir," mark hia i npresama If yon pl?wao, ol aia>>'nne>U-r?, ?h<a? yoke ??a to bim lntoU-rahlo. Such, Btuftl ii.' ii) voiu. mere iu?- auutsoiiat <>|>hjp>ub ui mm--< two abkffii. N?vrr waa a (rent conflict deatliifd to <l\ldr ? *n at-out,try Maorr distantly t> reahariowod. A1 that lit- republican party now opp<?*a may tx> found Ir ttoe qp?k>m of John C. Calhoun. All that the republi mo pany c?w main tain* may ho found In John Qtmj Adam* (I/>ud api'lauee.) Cbonac ye, follow eltiu-n* betw?ri the two the rule of "Crtnciplea. and not moti M har".:y applicable M a man whw lire Bow hoar* thi ^ lw,~red "*ol of Iratb. ;uad wt^>?<- nanw i.? the aynaoim of prltH i .k yot I do net. h<?iuu<> una; that mir cauae i< lw?i apf4*viated mi ?* preow utijwui and alma Pmu<l a? wo way bo to tread whof John Qniocy tdam? load> tb?> way, tbore > a .guide af nmr* rommandlng authority found m the rtrrnal law? of rlpht, and tho r<m. tirnu* mortal"* of tito r<>ii<(iiii(t<>ii Mooir wli<-n pr>>|>orly Inter pro<o.i wbivb teache* t dude* * a i?w-l clttaoo (Ap ptoujv-.) H<ich la the guide of the r-pub 11<-in party wit. Ji I mm f?arl<>?ely, wli<?ra moat known, will l?.- m>? tn>t- l. an t whi. h, wtw u u"*<raioo.| In lu ?ri?m wit bo WW. I > *o do arridewtal or fugltlTe organisation, for i day only or n crely for an election, but an lireaiatlhle u? (Wily, wjuah. in Um tuiiuro <>f thing* mwl be a* perm.i peril tf Ute evil*. moral and political, wblrli il la alJed hIo etwW-tice to .;.[?>-? aud c<>imlor4i-t l*t * dwell. then. on the republican party. Ita ori gM. a x-eaw.ty, and Ita pormaiiei.ee. All rai.d admi that '.f T?^?ibl)oaa party onurted now?evon If th* DA' /'U ^ ^ Vlinj |T"UIIwm Xfj l I?rir II ixmn. ?-h? tto? rtavcry ^ornttoo wir tr-ttkM?atlll Ihw would (* * polKJol atcaa* My fur a grmtt party ?< r>ppi ? I . n to K( M B ch?* on IV w1mnn?lr*l>'<w A kn lr.J <*?* raprMWO M an -miri"?t H?tm> lUl^min, ?tK> (tr? h a l?wl, "A Mrtni a* a>In Intra li.it and a ?*? ??: PfoatMoft." (L^ighlcr ) I'artln* an 1,1 k. w; o ?W|?*?r rotBitriw Tb?jr Iu> CIji* m;? chiof.'; "f fr"? JOT?raln??iU. n.ro?g|\ partt?? jMih.K ?4>ini<k"i I* cutof*iiU?l?d and dirccud. Through aartl'i vr,r,(n^r' ar<* maintained abort mm. Ami thr *fb pat Urr mcL n fwrT rP hr,(1 ?JUKt Hul If ?ver ?.brm waa ncoaakm 0* aucb a party It to saw ?hrg th* corruption* of thf a'.mlnkatrMum har* ba?/ Cr ,', .1 tn ligtit by r?wil o??n mi *? ? ? of Ormgr-m. ih t:.., -n<t aJoi * > " ' m<". nuifbt b* immon.'d to r...cih* ?h- ^orernnciit of our country It ta now a wp|| at fat# I fart lh*t Mr. Ftawhuian b*cam<? Proliant throat I enrrupftod. familiarly known *a a "eorrop . I'm, i " ltd UM W n tmatl drljiptngj ? 'm rlrrka and by Mi" trgiT eonirib ltn in of m-r hunt* arvt nontrart^ra ' an'l a.th tln? amimi'latton rntoa wrro jwhaaad ir i tM-1 * r? tf vifj '. '.u* iph % fii.>vtj to turn Uio fic tion n ? I E NE thai jfrnal metropolis. he J .d the cha.n of cium and eflc ct to ai-sure the triumph uf the democratic candidate. I ?! ? ?< now only what biui bf'ti provwl, and it la know a to | fell of you well m to myself. Fraudulent naturalization .11 hUiik, by which th.e was pert*>lmUHi,have l???n produced before a Ccmmilltt- of CouyreM. It was uatur?l that ao ?rtm:nntrution thus corruft in origin should r.outmue to exerclM powr through the sarao corruption by wbtcb power wm pained; but nothing else than that iu*eni!ibil:ty to acta ol ."hum*. which i* bred by tamilian- ( ty, can eiplain how all ttiu? unould be done with such ab SQIUIC inmveDcy 01 ejpoaure?muariu* swi' - j mmi an a fig Uaf. (laughter ) A lclleT fr m ? local politicmn, adilrrssed to the President li,iru>?.., urging without ui-gcasc the giving of A largo contract for machinery to a particular house in 1'hiW.lphia, employ nig 460 methanes, with a vh*w to the approaching election, was mcloeed 10 the [Secretary of the Navy with this indorsement, id '^k well known handwriting.?".Sept. 16, IMS. Hie iiw l.-eJ it-tU-r from Col. Patteroon, of Philadelphia, in tiubmiited to the attention of the Secretary if the Navy. J B." (Laughter.) Thus did the President of the I'nitMl Stales, by an nfllcial act now of record m the history of the country, recomnv-nd the employment of the public money, set apart for the public service, to mfiuence an election. Here was cor- : ruption am positive ad when luu nup(H>rtorii purchased ! votes in the streets. Kroro one, learn all; aud from such rharuct. rirtic instance, learn the character of the administration. Rut there are other well-known instances and the tifUimeny before the Congressional Cbamittee disclose* the Prendent, on Sundays, in secret cincUve with one of bis corrupt agents, piouniy occupied In discussing the chano.-f* of an elect mi, and how its expense were to be met, while, at the samo time, like another I Joseph Surface, be was uttering in public fine ^cntluwuU 1 ol political morality, and lamenting the prevalence of the very indecencies in which be was engaged. It was natural, fellow ctts, that the President, who with professions of purity on the lips, made himself the pander of such vulgar corruption, should stick at nothing needed to ch*ry h s purpotcs. 1 shall not dwell on the Lecompton rot,gti tut inn ; but It belongs to this chapter. You all know its wickedness. Ccncoclod originally at Washington, with the single purpose of fastening slavery upcD the people of Kansas, It was by execrable contrivance no arratig d as to prevent the people, when shout U> become a Suite, from votirg on that (iues tion. Next. Functioned bv a convention of usurpers, who in no rc.pcct represented the people of Kansas; then fraudulently submitted to the people for th-ir vote*, it ?u fraudulently adopted by stufling ballot boxes on a scale never before km"* n?thus at the MWMM Crossing, where there were but forty three legal voters, 400 were returned?(laughter)?at Oxford, ?hcr? there were but forty twe legal iMeri, 1,004 were retaradl; tnd at Shawnee, where there were but forty legal voter?, 1 ,'M0 were returned. And yet this constitution, disowned by tlm very <i?>veruor who had gone to Kansas as tlw agent of the President, rotten witti corruption, gaping with fraud and steaming with iuiquity, wan at once recognized by the I'resident, urged upon Congress in his annual meg. sege, and pressed for adoption by all the appliances of unprincipled power. If the words of Jugurthu, turning his bark ujon Koine, cannot be repeated, that all had a price. It was not from any forbearance in the President. (Loud applause.) A staple editor whs offered the printing of the Post Office blanks, worth at least f so.000 upon the condition that he should, by all editorial no Urger than a man's hand, promise subserviency to the administration. I ant telling you now only what lias been proved before a Committee of Congress. Bribes of ofllce were added to bribes of money. As the votes of electors had already been purchased to make Mr. Buchanan President, the votes of representatives were now solicited to carry out h;s scheme of corruption, and the halls of Congress were changed into a political market house, where men were bought by the head, is not all Ibis enough to arouse the Indignation of the people? It is true that the President, whose power began in corruption, and who us the rcspon slVle author of the corruption by which his administration has been debased, is no loncer a candidate for office. Already judgment has begun. His own political party lias diet arded him The tlrst avenging blow lias !** ? struck. Incorruptible history will do the reel. (Applause > The tablets conspicuously erected in Geno* to e\j osc the crimes of Doges, branding one as Fur Hagnux (th>' great thief,) and the oilier as iiujimu* iMlnmum (the greatest of robbers) will not be niecled here. (Laughter) The exp??'<l ourrupior, trie lyritni tuslavt r, snd tie robber of human freedom carrot he forgotten. (Applause.) Unhappy President 1 After ? long career of public service, not only tinned aside, but toward ever to perpetual raomnry w an Ui t.e shuun^t (*pp\a>me). Better for fc.m the oblivion of common life thar. the bait fame which lie 'tas w?>nl But, though not himself it candidate for off> e. his i?t'uliar suppnr ?ers, animated t>y hia spirit, linked wuh him in all bis miarulc, are embodied as a party and ask your voWs. Simply to realm this combination and to MiV'? the republic trom 1U degrading influence, would justify the formation of the republican party; and I doubt not that there.are mAny wbo will bo content to unite with us on thi* ground alone, acxicua to put the national government oi>c<? sgain in pure hand* To all such, welcome! < Applaurc). While this consummation neccmarlly enters into the present purpose of the republican party, whllo we naturally begin by insisting upon purity :n the government, and make thla one of our urgent doinarids It is obvious that the quickening impulse of the arty :s to be tound in other purpose*, which cannot pans .<*?) in.a alng1* election. The republican party seeks to overthrow the stare oligarchy In the national government? (loud applause)?tod e.j|>ec tally at thw moment to stay Itsaggi?T"?i?o in tbe Territories, which through a corrupt ;ct. rpretatton of the constitution, It threatens to barbarize vMk ihlol But all w!h> ?>*k purtty in tlie nattona l ow t r.nif nt nm?t uaito In this ournoae for only t>v the overthrow of this corrupt (lave oligarchy, which begin uing lb Die denial of all human rights, neeewarily shows itself id harhartsm and corruption of all kind*, can a better order of things prevail (Al>plam?e) It ia out of slavery that all our ;rwfti proceed. nor ran the corrupting cf the present admit: tration he fully comprehended without considering the nature of tbia evil and It* chronic iiitwnflt ?\?t our government, reaching iTwywbm by subtle agencies or more ?ubtle far reaching example, but still in Itself the original and all sufficient activity. A* well attempt to explain the (iulf Stream without the Culf of Mexico, or the origio of e\ II without the human heart, as attempt to explain the prevent degraded character of our uatioual goverrmeut without slavery. (I?ud applause ) A* well attempt to enact tbe play of Othello without the Moor, (laughr r.) And permit me to pay that our warfare witij these abruptions will be feeble un less we atta< k tin m in their origin. The s.il.j. ct is so vast that I can und-rtaie to expire it by glimpnes onlv. At the beginuiLg of our history slavery was universally admitted to be au evil. Nobody then to hardy au to vindicate it. A ^ our?Pumner, there was no difference either in tho North or tOuth. Mr 8nanot?In the Convention which framed tho cnn*tituti<?. tt was branded as "a nefkrkma institution," or mere mildly called simply "wrong,'' and these generous voiccs came from the South as well as from the North. Out of tlie Coavi-nliou there was a similar accord. I shall not quote the words of Washington, Jefler son, or Kracklin. or John Jqr, for they are ramihar to all. But as thsv Spoke others spoke, and I might occupy this whole i vniuig nmply iu reciting (Ins u-?tin>o?iY. .-sor were tlime declaration* coiiAn<"d to nun In public life. The < 'lle*e? all, by t|?tiaJ action, arrayed tbemiclve* UKUiMl flait-ry, f*|?cla!)y Uw t'lnvraily of William and Mary, in Virginia, which confwred ujion tirauville the B< kcow ledji d chief of British almlltioniiU, the L? oorarv degree uflHctor of Iaws. (AppUutc.) The literature iif tin Winl, imIi *> It km. a#re?-,i with the e>4lejfi'n. Tt?* church, Wm, wIM Mm jm??-rfnl voice; and her*, amid the divrrtittrv of religious' faith, we bail that unity <! spirit which animated all. Vluakcrr, Methodtitr. ?iipii*t?, rretbyterlaiiS aiil Congr<fational,*ta aoem alIT'<?1 (? lia\ i* vieil with each other In thl* ptuua testimony. The coritltution wilt adopted; but the wcrd "Blave" ?u Ml allowed U pollute its sacred text; and this wa* In I duland dAfcrcoee to the prevailing opinion which re, f?rd< d eiaiecy HP temporary, destined aooti to |mM kwfly All l??*ed forward to iliu? glad day, which Mem[ e<l to t>? altr<?t at hard lu ha mony with thw e<cpectai tn* ilurery war pruh:blt?d in all the exiting Territories of tlx- I : ton, re tl.at when "a-nm^i-i., aa urai rrei mleni <1 the I nit<-l ftate*. ?t bit Inauguration here Id i New Vurk, t??fc ht- Brat oath to rapport the ruanuulioD, I tb>' tag of ilie republic new here on Ibe land within tbc > |?i iMU itnn of (M^rfw cntorc4 atay!* >I?t? (Ap' I ItIfi.-n |||<I til" fithera <!r<"<rri thai lie pv I I wbteb they regarded m a and which they e*erted l!:im?rl\ if to prohibit, would elevate Ita oliacrne croat, r w it ?*? ilia a. *ml llai iit ita ??? |>r? tenaiotm bafore |k?' *nr1<l, (Applanm ,) l.lttW> did they ilr< am that tb* l ouetilulion, from which tlx y had carefully excluded the very wild, would, iu defiance of r>?ju.n and onnnnxi I mm, It held to protect tbc thing, <> * M?tio?i?rty Uiat i II c-vm not be reacltf-d l>\ r<>nyri>*.t>ii?l prohibition, tveu w ltl.ll) Coocrcasibi.al Jufiadtillou. I.ittlr did tl.< > dr<?a r tLit tlie text, which they l?fl no pur* and healthful, , would, through corrupt Interpretation, be *wol Irn ir.to ?urh a hldcou* rUjJkantiaiv. (Applause.) Two c.rennirtar.o?. clrWilBK IB th*ni*< Iv??. have eir errlaed an unexpr* ted influence for slavery, Brat, tho i al-'inxTi i4 the alave trade, ? hi, h JhjJuk ni^r away Ilia I ' 'H-'y t"i? lner?-a??| the value of alav -, and w-<mdly. tli? l Iwrrafed mltivatlon of cotton atimuUtc.l by Urc In' ventioh <<n>-w n-acblnery. The laal ha? been "I e?pecla! [ influence. Indent it la hardly too much t/i nay, that out of Mil* "lender n?tt"U alire ha*? been forw?e<l the ma ?** ! - lm?i? alav> TVina tiirouah aniMMi-r Imfliwer* mi<1 Ihr wtcbwln??? of m?n, l? 0"-t mud* the mil \MfT of wr<>ff. Ne*t ?fKT Oir i?t<>ph?T f'ofcimh'ja, ?lw. \n li?f ul?lm<- Milrrpri** the ay to tlw! i Nr? World. Ill HhtlMy. who dte<*?T? r?1 lie ra>U<? kid, he* b? i n liidirfctly atnl iiim mm louely a < l.i. l ap-nt n, the botxlwjre of Mn> Atrx an r*r* r*i the North Aiwrvw rimU I ii.nl >1 fur?-|y profr gratitude forth*- ad ramay* which wc cr> jr to Midi \nTgp hlurc fnmt them- two 4m n urm tsual *g U- totreaped activity tor tUi welfare of lbt?e unitary belti|t?, wlwi.VU. .have Ix?b with lo*erp where wo have l>e<ii ouch i;al?>?orr'. (A# platipe.) TUIm rtiaiifrr of oplul<*i, po dImi trotag,4n It* re tulip, war gradual. Tli?igli ?t?iiy d?kcb<'. It Ita put. waive rlativ*. by the rajdiil inquirer. It did not Vms;<*tw mprlfnS to tic whole <r<uatry till t*J6, ?-Hen tt buret ("rib io the Ml*?ourl <jtie?tl<>n Thrn for thj fir* lime, flav?-y flftnly ehoated lt?elf violet*, tnontaat, bed Iifrri r,t >>< ? <' w waa cheeked, bul itatwd ?<>m?lhin| by a cmircm""*?<-ali"d. at #m'moment <d i<* adoption, t> eminent Sowtlx-rn autlfrtty?Charte* f'hicfcney, m flootti mi<l? ' a trl"m|4i ofjiiu' BoMfe," trbere. In confederation ?f the .idtniwion of Miaaouri a alavo Stau>? tkup ?> < urtmc an .ilditiotuJ prepcoderRftce t? tl?e ?U?-e m?rer?it war ettpobited tf at Plavery should I* ?N< hi* .ted In certain oatlytoff territory, at the time trodofw only by lavage*. Tfcr'n c.iac a lull, during wbk-b tlx* rhatntc wae etlll at work, until r<*?lipnMMou* *?(th the nbolni?>n of pltvecy la tho HrHlph Weft lori * ?>, tin' d* ni-?i?i waa litfhU-d aoew Meanwhile eUv<w had aug minted Id priee, and elare master* had lMX"tn? more decided la i ) in "n At flrwt, in timid defrrenre to U?e wrtrld, ard a* If r<.n?clou* of tlielr guilt, they ventured or no defence of alaterr in the ab?tra< ?. hot at la?t, t?>ld?r ?r'>wn nad?r th<? lead of Hr Calhoun, they threw aaidf all rcaarvr, cjinly a-aaiied tbe opinion* uf tb< W^YO MORNING EDITION?THU r.itiirrf. audaciously denied tiie ao.lf evident truth* of tlio Declaration of independence, ami '?y formal r?m> lution uscrtcd the new dyfrma of sivwry in tbs Tern U run. Thuj vai in 1847. A letter from Mr. CSUhoun of tl'.ut day, addrwsaed to a member of the Alaoitm | l4(ji?luiure, shows that there waa an element of policy in the exaggeration. His desire was?mark the expression, ; If vou please?"to force the slavery issue" on the North, I believlii|[ that delay was daii|(uroui<, as lha ulaveniasters were relatively alroiiger, both morally and politically, than they would ever be icarn. At last the end hius come. f,awry it openly pronounced at uue time "the bUck marble keystone of our national arch;" at another time "the comer stone of our republican edtflce;" then it is >ai*ntcd us "tbe higl<est type of ctviliiation" (laughter); then as "a blessing to the muter a* w?ll as the slave;" und then again "as ennoUlcg to the master if not to the *lave." It is the only C.st step which costs, and there Cure the author* of Ihes- op.ufoos, an shocking lo the moral f-ense, do not hesitate at other opinions equally shocking to tbe reason wnich pretend to find impossible sanctions for slavery in tlw coustltutku. LwWniLg to these extravagances, who would not exclaim with Ben JccEcn in the playt fcrave lather, he's p? ?ort, again 1 say, )'o*tu<at; nny, if there be possession And obsession, ho b-t? both. (laughter acl nppkuase.) And now, fellow citizens, what is slavery? Thi? is no question merely of ciiiosity or philanthropy; for when the national government, which y>?i and 1 at.tbe North help to const it nte; is degraded to be tt* instrnmoa and all the national Territories are proclaimed o|>eu to it barbarism, and the constitution it*eif w perverted to sanction its pretension?, the whole sobject kigica'ly and necessarily enters into our political discussion. (Applause.) It camuit be avoided; It cannot be blinked out of eight. Nay, you must pass upon it by your votes at the ccmlng election. Kutile is the pica that we at the North have nothing to do with slavery. Granted that wo Lave nothing to do Willi it in the South; we have much to do with oil its irrational pretensions under the constitution, und jut So Mag an these irrational pretentions are urged, slavery must be discus#*!. It must be laid bare in its enormity, precisely as though It were proposed to plant It hi re in New York. (J<nud applause.) Nor can such a wrong?foul In Itself, and fouler mill in it? pretensions?be dealt with tamely, lameness is surrender; and charity, to*, may be misapplied. 1'orgiv ir.g those who trespass against us, I know not if we are called to Ibrgive those who trespass against others ; to forgtve those who tr??|ian against a race ; to forgtve those who trespass against the republic ; to forgive those who tr<*|M** hfamsl civilization; to forgive those wholr^pntia against m whole race; to f"rgive (hop* who trespass against the I universal human family; Anally to forgive those who tree- I lue s?amst God. (Tremendous applause, lasting for several second*.) Purli tres|i?sser* now exists among ug ?poss. ssing the organization of party?poss<?*ing the control of the national government? constituting at this moment a colossal |>ower?and " what seems its head llie ItkcneM of a J'rtridrnt ban on." (laughter.) Surely il ever there was a moment when every faculty should be bent in the rrrviec, and all should be invigorated by an Inspiring seal falsely rejected by Hie hearties I diplomatist, it is now, while the great battle between civilization and barbarism is still undecided. and you are Bumuioucd in the name of freedom to resist the' last desperate shock Mirrat enthusiasm.) To this work 1 am not equal, but! ao not shrink from the duties of my poet. Alia! human language is gentle, and the human voice is weak. Word* only are mine, when 1 ought to command thunderbolt*. (Renewed apj'lanse ) Voire only Is mine, when like the anc.cDt Athenian, I ought to cary the weapon! of 'Zeus on tho tongue What tbeu, I repeat, la slavery? Thr occasion forbid* details; but enough must be presented to place this outrage m its true light?as something worse even than a constant state of war wheie the master 1* thr constant aggressor. And here I put aside for the moment all the tales which reach us from the house of bondage. all the. cumulative, crushing testimony, alike fr? m slaves and from their masters; ail the barb* rous ib< Metis which have helj>ed <o arouse a yet too fee- , ble indignation; In short, all the gl!ai|?rs which have come to us from Ibis mighty Bli.e Beard's chamber Ail j them t carefully put aside, not because they are of little 1 iwrnert in exhibiting the true clwracier of Slavery, but bccni.jt I dr.-ire to arraign slavery on grounds above all amtmtrn, Irnpencluncni or ?u*plci<>n, even from slave iihMms tnemfivlves. (Andat se ) Not on triumphant stirv. sdoriied by the gi-niuaot womic. not even on indlsptrtabie fat t? o? 1 now impeach this great atrocity; but on Ita character at revealed In it* own simple definition of lireII. Out of its own mouth do I condemn it. Br i the law of slavery, man crtaUd in the image of God, I fearfully and wonderfully made, with sensibilities of picaj sine and i?iu, with sentiments of love, with aspiration* I fr? imn<v.fa?nn( with ounan r\f nrnwrlv tnd with A tuul I;ke ?'UWlT?*, is diverted of bia Human character, and ilt-f larwl to be a more chattel ' to all intent* and imrjH-yi f ? hauocvcr." 1 do not rtop to trivc at length all tu < dlona word*; you are doublleee familiar with them. But in thin pimple definition la contained the whole Incalculable wrong of slavery; for out of it, hi> from an Inexhaustible fountain, are derived all the anrlfhtrou* prerogative! of the tnusier. Tbcae are five in number; and 1 know not v* lueh m m<*l revolting ?irrt?And you understand that these llvo claimcd t reiogutivea itmipreli?id the wbole definition which the bar give* to alavery?there la the pre ten* tan that man can bold property Is man. forgetlul that, by a lav older titan all human law, forunoat atanda the iudufcaaiMa right of evrrv mas to himself. (Applause.) Secondly. Ylie absolute nullibeaticn of the relation of hu?b*nd and wife, ao that all who are called alavea are uelivered over to coocubirage or proatitutKW. It may be * ith each other, or It may lie with their mauler*, but wiih whomsoever it may be. it m the name, for with slave* marriage la Impossible, aa tbey are alwaya "coupled, ' never married. Thirdly. The absolute nullification of the relation of |?reiit and l.ild, for the Infabt legally belong*, not to the 1 mother who Ix-.re It, but U) *he muter who bought It. ! Kourthly, The absolute denial of instruct!)*); for lite M Mar M|ihnjl,liUl own rude discretion, prevent t.a victim from learning to road, ana thus abut upon him tin +e * ale.- of knowledge which often such viaua on oar lb and in heaven. And >uthiy, Tbe absolute robbery of the labor of another | and of all iU frulU forgetTul that bv the lame original law under which every mas hat a title to himself, ha haa ?Im> a title to the fruit# of hi* own labor, aacred and lndef>a able, amount,rg in Itself to a aacred property, which no person, however railed, whether despot or maatcr, can rnlanMl) appropriate. ( ?pplau?e ) huch arc the Arc essential elcmerts of rlavrry. Look at them and vou will ccnfck* tliat this Institution stinda I forth M a" haUfhl of- n.!. of nnqural.unable I HronfM under the moHi-n of riiatinf law. Take j away cny ore of the*e wrctift,, and Juat to tliat extent MM will ccjl&o to curt. Taka awny all, and the slavery q iter t too will be ' fttcti. (Avptanet.) But thw a^cmblape become* ti.'rc bsUtul Mill when it* unnurtnkable tingle motive i detecltd, which In alapty tbla: to nomj*l latx.r without i wayce. Tliia is the fivefold obj'-rt of It.it combination. | Ii.crcditlc aa it may reeiu, It cannot be denied that the ! rItM of a tr.ua to bimttlf, the right of a h urban .1 to hia ? Ife, the i iylit of a parent U< hit child, the ri|(hl of a man t to ic.'trnitioo, thr rigi.tol a man to the frulta of bia I own labor?all tbeee tuiTeme right*, by the ride of whk'b I other rial.ta are petty, are trampled down, in order to ori ganire that ?ve h<**d"ed e?-i!t?hnr*?, practically maintained , by the U rb. wbkb, look at it as yon will, boa for ita j MljIc object compulsory labor w tbout wofc*. (Ap j |ilaiiHC.) 11u I slavery lluacoatituted can be gi??l for | the matter ia one of ibe hall jc mat ot IhtijnMi? aotnftbirp like the bnlhjcination wbicfc can only be com pared to that of the opium rater, laminating, poambly, | it may be for a time, but dtbwiny aad d< rtrurtive it miiat I l>e in Hie end. Thai ?lave abould be violent and t\rantiicai. that they rh<"ild N regard lew of all right", e?pecl*lly wbtre alavrry war in qv.ration, and that the higher virtue* of ?barai tor ahould fall in th? n,?all tbi* i might l>e inferred, even in theaWnceof erdiitic*, a<Tf>rd, iiir to the irro* it tibia la* tot caurcand ffl-rt N<> man ran do iriuatice with impunity. 11c ma) not rvfl< r In worldly robcilioni but he muat ftiflkr in hi* own nature. He only be<i me* l<ardrn<d by the rendition of thinira around him, and tl>e \ery onconw knienei* In whkb be livea aggra vatca the unhappy influence Ncr can familiarity with the rcrnc* of Flarery fail to i xcrt hardening influence. l*er?ona b??'.nie atcunomed to rcenea (4 brutality till tlxy witiieF* th?tn with indifference Hogarth, that 1 tn?-trr delineator of human nature, ha* portrayed thta | trndrrcy in bia picture of a dintertinn at a w dlcal col| l?|e, wt.ere it* pnaident maintain* ttie dirnity of in*?ntlbility over a c>rj#e, winch he regard" *'mply aa the | i tj'-rl of a lecture And Horace Walpole who admimd I the rat ire i4 tlii* picture tln<la in it an illutlralion of the truth that "|l e lifral habitude of Ti?'WUig pIi<<-K ii'g ?<en?-? I >nnt< the Iiuiiihii mind and ri-oder* it mitii'tinir " And tli? fini| Irulli in ii? m<*t penem! application nln?irai?n lli#* condition of llie rUvf nuxli r. How can he almw ? ii?tl?illty for tW nxutnon rurhta iA frllow ,tir> na who ai i ifW* 'JhIIt 11m- rio?l Mu rrd rlghu of otlu-ra mitdf lo aectire labor Without wairct. With him a f*l?o t-1r?r,.1?ri1 i* i.e? i mlv nubl.id.ed, hrtnginjr with 11 blunted moral imik and iloudid perception*, so that i | whan lif K'tnctbirg ttitrluinially barbaroua or i 1 meat, he doe? not bluah to find it feme. Here, avalo, I r it-car all ditailf Tin* reaeon of tlx yil> I!.. t bl< nding with the rt km. of the hi art. the t<Mim<>ny of untoi. I* uebablc h?tory ft-rUBed l>j the te*tiraocr o< food men, an arrar of unerring flrorn linked with un array of no erring fart#: *11 thi>f 1 might employ. And I relfrht pro1 CfH to ?bnw how thla bnrhnroop Influence, twymning on thr plairtatxo, diffuwst ttrelf throughout godc-ty. enter | into on rial roneoct, and tT?n mount* into Uvnjrreaa, * |ere lor a ln*>? t>n,# it h?* exercised a vulgar domlna i I 11* 'it Hit I Mm* not oprn thin chi?pt?T. for the tim rot allow nie. Hut llwre t? one frightful clrrutn I ; flar.re. urliApt'lly of frequent occurrence, which pro i ?l?in>? wi e'.?a?ly the rhara< tcr of the aoc.ial ayalem bred i | b) lavcrj , Dial 1 eiutll b< |-ac<l?n?d Air adducing It. I refer k> the r??ntiiig of alaree alive at the ttake, an In ; Mat.cc of * tilth ba> lately occurred In tieorgl*; not niter i a i>ulili< irml, mv< i rdinc to the fin ma ofUw.aaattbe I flu a of fmilhflekl, but by a lawhw crow.I, auililenly aa> ' ynihkii, who in lhn> ?iiy make iti>wmIvi-* the I I.ltiialiin nf r?ii#l *??fi<oArw'A 7>ika hArltarltm i which xrtnt In have beo?no part of the cti* ternary law of *lavery, may well cover t.a *11 w itli iKimiiiatM/n, wfaea we rrlUcl dial it Itaa already l**n renoutired by Ihf eoppre colored nurAfrr of onr rontlnrnt, fr?an w hom It war ortjrtpally derived, while, duriap Hie pree?nt century. more inetatic* ?>f it have occurred among oar ?Ure martrr* then w< knew of among our Mvae<? aiuco ik.'it mrl\ day ?lion (apt. Smith w?e aatkI from Utia fate try thf> trndrrirf'aa of |y??h<?nla? Perhafe no other aea?rn reflate with rurh f?wftil dtetinctDcea the df*p aeatel, {'"reading inflm-nte of alavcry, oflinelve to civilisation, in M.Jc to law Itaelf, by virtue of w hich It preU-nde to lire, iiiMiHirg to humanity, ?borkti)(f to decency, and utterly heedk** of all rifht?. forma or < brervatiror. in the BHhlUnatioc of Ita witked power But, fellow rltlarn*. let me i not V>e uajuet to rlave cnaetire. Some thi>re are, 1 know, of happy uatorer, uncf.rrtipt?l by the pnearaaioti <rf tyr.m , nlraJ power, who render the condition of tb?ir alarr* to a certain eit<*nt endurable, and in private virtue emulate i tfu jracre of civilisation; but Ibe good Id these ?aeci EK.H RSDAY, JULY 12, 1860. comes from the maatere, notwUhntandln* larery. And, bvfcldea, l litre tre lb? great ei.amp <? of thfl ?.. rloun Kuiht rg of the Kepublic, who, looking down flavtry and regarding it as an evil, werti saved trum iw 1'itotamiuat on. To all tlioaa ! render heart felt homage. But ilieir vlrtuti cannot nave from condemnation ih<-r?<M)utiai v v * - -? ? l (V.-i? li, uV.?.ui thai I WrOOg WU11U 1 UUW * A^va* . a uivuvivu kuvui ?vD?v.. do not willingly act them wide, Out produce all they havo done, and oiler it in extenuation. Such, fello# citlfe'us, u> slavery as it appears in Its Law, and also in its Influence ou Eoetcty. l!ad as it ii, if it modestly kept at home; if it did ii"t stalk iau> tli? national juriadietiou, and enter into the national government, within the reach of our votes, ] should uot Eummon you oo this occasion to unite agaii 8t it?(applause)?for whatever may bu the prompting* ol rvmpuihy and of godlike pluliuithnv.. nothing is clearer than that our pol tlcaJ duties depend absolutely upon our political n^^inaibilitica, and aiuce wc a re not l*>hueally responsible for slavery in Charleston or in Courut'tiucpic, eo w neither placo have we any political Ju ties ID repird to tt in either of those to capitals La meat It vihcrcvtr it exist* wo and surround its vie tio>? witli our prayers, but our actiou while inspired by there sentiments must rent within the landmarks of the law and the constitution. (Applause.) And hero th .field is ample. Indeed, tf slavery existed nowtier w itlun tbe r?11<I jurisdiction, as it clearly iIih-m, ou uuties would still be urgent, to crapple with aud counter act U.at J-* 11. i. M iijj influence, wlili h, ihivUtfh ?a oliicarifciesl combination of slave masters, unknown to the constitution, never anticipated by is founders and cxlsttrg in deliaj.tc ot their example, ha* entered Into and poe essed Ibe national governiueut like an evil spirit. This influitro, which, wielding at will all the powers ot the national government?even these of the judicial y Itself? lias beoratit formidable to freedom everywhere, clutching violertiy at the Territories, and met.aclug the tree Elates tbcn.Kclvis, as witness the claim still undecided ui the court of the last resort of a cUixeft of Virginia to hold slaves in New York od Uie way to Texas; this influence, I say, now fco vaulting, w*s for a lung time unobserved, even : v. hilc excrcitu.g a controlling power tu our politics, i At Oral timid and ?b.v, fruui an undoubted consciousness | <>f lis ftullt, it avoided discussion, but It was no less deUrinuiid in its policy. The Couthem Senator who bo&ftted that lor sixty years the alave States hail governed tbe I coui'try, knew well their constant inferiority to the free Mute* in population, wealth, manufacture--, commerce, schools, churches, iibrai its and all tho activities of a true Mvilimuttf.i. Ifl.Atii ui II that Uim mIiiVi* SUli-R liud i e?litri t'Uled nothing to the literature the country, even in pj htlcal economy si.d the rrii-i.ee of government, w inch they iiive m Tebtmtlilly professed, nothing except tt- uuw forgotten ' forty bale llmry;" knew well tl>al by no principle of.luBtice could this long predominance be cx plained or vindicated; but fce torijot to c.onfcg* the secret j agi ncy. Tine it i* that, in th? game of offlco an l legislatic n. the rlavc Slates lmve alway* won. They have pUyed with k?d>-d like?loaded vnth alavcry. The trick of the automaton chef* player, lor to l> ng a time an incomprsbt-n- { ribie marvel, bus bun repeated with ninular success in our politics. 1/t the rree Stat, a make n move on the board, and Ibe slave Mates h?v?* taid "cheelc." U't them strive lor Iree trade, and tbi cry has b?-en "cheek." l<et thiui o.ove toward protection, and again it is "check.'' I et them m?>\e toward internal improvements, aud the try it btiii "chcck.' Wherever >hey moved, whether forwurd or backward, to the right or left, wherever they moved, tin- fr??- Plate* haw been pursued by an inexora hie "ch?ck.'' But the secret Is now discovered. Amid the well arranged machinery, which seemed to givemotiou to the victorious cl.es* pla>er, was concealed a motive force which has not beet) ?:tiui*u-d?the t-lave power. It ip tLe tlave power which has beeu the |>erpetual victor, .'ayltf always "che< k ' to the tree states. And it la the liive power wliicl., according to tie- boast of the Seuator, on tl.e floor of the Src*t<-. h*s for sixty ye?ragoverned the com try. (Applause.) The act'iai number of alat-e hi Iders was fui a long tine unknown, and ou tbia account wut naturally exaggerated. It -ton re|>reseiiU<d to t>e Mry greM. On one occasions distinguished repre >* ntstivo fri-m Jlussaehiuu-tt*, whose r jne wiil be ever cherished for his devotion to human rights?I mean the lute Horuc< Miuju?(niiplUH1)?*iu> rudely interrupted "ii the floor of ( ingrcfs by a member tiom Alibaiua, w Ik> t< rifri tlial III-- uumlvr of slaveholder* wim as many as 3,000 .(X.O. (Laughter.) At tiat tnno thuro wu? uo flliu.! document by wl ich Una eMravaxaiic? coul I bo torrerltd. llul at last WO l.ave It. The late io*u?, t?ken :tl l?M>. <-bow? tbat thuwbolo number of llitu peculiar uirii, won on uu<t children, ail told, vrto m: t? unfottunate a*; U> hold slavrv or bu interested in this to called projtrl)?<*as only 347.000. ana of tins i.un.brr the large [<&rl ar< kje.i I nUvtLiolders, ieavIlk only #1,0(0 persons w the owner# of the great mass of slaves and the substantial rcpre* ntativ es of this dominant clu>s. And vet this Filial) oligarchy, o?lions In origin, without m>y foundation in Uint JuHk-* which is the essential bit-in ( i every clvilut d u.^ociation, stuck tngatber on'y by confederal j in all the five headed wrong of slavery, and C4 tstitntmg in Itself a Miujnum /.u.'n? mi"m?a great rohberhoort?has by the confession of one ol it# own leader*, for sixty year* governed the republic^ To this etii! two things have (.occurred. Kirst, Its associated wealth, beui^ the asserted value of its humun flc?h con stUnlug a flagitious capital of two thousond millions of dollura; and second; , Its peculiar representation la tho Hot e of lU-presentatlve*, where, under the ihreo-fiftlns rule of tl<e constitution nun ty members actually hold their seatv by virtue In part of tlim tlagitou# capital, lie.t are llie slavomasw-rs an < uormous ei*p..ration or jeintatork company, by the side of which the I'uited btatoa Rank, w ith It* |?etty tliirty millions of capital, and without ijij- peculiar repre dilation, Is dwartKl rfito lnxlgnifl cai.ee. ! feci humbled wbeu 1 dwell on the amaztng riiapi (.portion of offices usurped by this oligarchy?a< between ihe free Mate* and the slive Mates, f rom th<* l? f''long, all the great |mwt* of the republic?the Presi debry,the Vice Presidency, seats In the Ckblnet, seats in the Supreme Court?seem to 'iave been almost per |4 tually in (heir hands. At this moment the free Sutes, ith double the imputation of slave Males, have on I y four out < f the t>lbe Judges of the Supreme Court; and of th< 11 lour It must be said that three are Northern men with outhwin principle# Kiid in (lie humbler places at the departments Hi* same eitranrdmary disproportion I prevails. Out r,f the while number (1,227) there emI t>h ?ed. 4?1 are from U?e free ?tate?, but nv?tly wlttt t'llrt-'U ptlliciplea, ltd (WW fr< m Iheslavr ,-Ul? a ~Th?fe ltsUBcta ore trpicaL There Is cubing in tbc national SuvMLiiKi.t wbicb the oligarchy do- not appropriate <wn to this bm nu nt it W held the k?*jr? of every office, front the Iresldent to tlie humblest I'lwtnia.cter, t otni>rl ling all to do lU bidding H organises Cabinet*. It orgulous Court*. It direct* thearmy and nary. It mana gis v\rry di]?rtment of puMle bwinets It presides crtr UK ttnnr. It control* the ^'Juith* i ian Institution, founded hjr ll>?> generous hanty of foreigner to pro ib< tc the IIIteres tii of tuank md And It subsidise li e national preta, a ike in tbe national eipital and In the removal village of tbe North. In maliitaiULlf l'? power, the aUve oligarchy bit* apl 'rt< (1 a U-tl f?T office very different from that of kl; "Is hi hom ?t? If he capable* Is he faithful to tbe confutation?" Th?*e thing* are all ffnrjrnttes, and now In the sinfle question, which si^'naliies tli" great eliatige which ha* taken plare, "]s he (jithlul to 'later)-?" With arr<fant r#traclnu. It eacludea Iroin every national otfiCA all mI.o CMt.net res|* lid to thi; t 'i-t. fv> complete and Irra lloial haa tfala tyranny beooBie, that at this motaenl while I Lt w fpeak, could Vaihsr.pti.n, or Jelloison, or Franklin, or John Jay, or* or all of tl<?m,onei- more dcacend from llrf'ir m b< rc? above, W> mtngle in our affairs, and ble** us wiUi tfitlr wMem, tot i-ne of tb<-an, with Uik records, n.ri trniti 4 < i ir.lnM on (ItTcrT, c< uM rwtivc ft if tnin? t.i > for the In nJn.ry frotr. ellh*r hnu.( h of the dlvhled 'nD'oemtlc jmrty, or m?m that other |>ol It leal comb I nation known as the 1'nlOD party, which held il? convention at IiI:imcrt?(t'-chter) ?nor, stranger still, c uld either of llit^e faint,a |?lt)ot>. whose imtn<-s alone open a pij'liiHi Ji i i.uiu ot gramme, in mi yi'<ir in ari", be ctnflimed by lb? Senate <*f the I'nlted SUM for any political luLitiuB KtuUevcr, but cvufi for the *<?! oflkve of I'i . m.a^U r. Wbat I now **y amid your natural h?-l/.i,i?l.ti,? i.t, I b.ue often an id before In addnntng the }.<. j i?, and I Ua*c more than oticc uttered frcra n:y (cut it tbe Ornate, acd no n an there luu made .u.r*i r. frr no loan wbo La* aat In lUaerretar -lona, im! tlx re Itartitd tlie ti?l ?hkli la ( u timliy applied, count n>ako aotw er, and 1 nek you t accept tli m atate went n? iny U-fttlnuoy, derived fr. m the experienco wbicbha* be?i. my lot. Ye*, fellow citizen*, lutd this Uet prevailed In lb. curlier wya, Wtflilnili*, flr?t in ?i.r, brat in |?ac.e, find in tbr lo.iito of bit countrymen, dMm4 ljuve b? i i' created genera!i timo of tbe iiMritan three*; J< Peracn could ur.t Lave taken bi* place on the Cou.tnitl#c to draft tbe IH\ iaralion of Independence, and Krxiikliii rould not bar* gone f Mb to Frac e, wltb tl.tr i t,.. .< t. ol tbti ictai.t r? public, t'i m cure tbr in valuable ar.mt.ee <f tbat ancient ktn?.'d< cr tior could Jobn Jar, aF flr>t fblrf Juattre, have lent to our Infant Judi clary tbe grace i f bl? name ;ind eharn> ter. (Applause) Stat 'ttrg en tbe bent teck?of un cn? laved race?w.th four million* of beman being* a* tbe black rnnrble Carya t mi to PIIJ |ort lt? power, tbe "lave oligarchy ( rert* |t?elf Into a ("rilly caete wbl-b Wr<-"k? no opposition. Hut ben I '["ok of ca^le I nt-an nothing truly polite ; ! V '1 *?ben I apenk of ollfnreby 1 mean nothing truly aria lorrmtr A* n?-?|?ili?iii I* ananiiFi' m Iiruxui nj , | *o?i . pircla] .-fii; | ii ?i of aristocracy,nalcas it In klUl tu^ar ?)f >11, Uie "arlrttx.rai y ?>f the kin " t*iplai.e? .) IlrrlTrd from elavery, an.l having lli?' InlereMa of atavery aluaj* Id vm w. cir oU*ar? liy n.urt auU.rally lake il# charm icr fr< ni thia live tua-loU ft rent. Thine bad Went) njikc *trr>n? Utrnuwlrm by 111, All Unit i- ' ?<! lb Ihti rl-lta ?u?la< II;, It* Immorality, it* crufitv. Ita robtwry, it* mealing*, It* Igwrance, it* tartaru ili^rigard of buBudi rights, *ml It* b?rl>?rou? du-ngi.rJ of human obligation. Viuolall be r?|iroiIuf ?'<! In lie r?| r<?">it?tl*e. IT the *la*p otlfrarrhy hi-*lt*t>? at boibiii; to ?rrt* it? ?elOi>h tiid*, It simply acta In harmony wltli Klavtrjr, f?om wbiibit draft* it* liffc b ?**1. If lii fr*?|>< r ni?rr It la llkp tbelmbi btitck RlrbArJ; if in hlM b4Nl ,t roj.tea lan*. Miit If in character It i* a* t>ruU a* the untaught Caliban, V hub any uriut of irrwuine* will not take, Bring rn|*bli' of all 111: Aye. if lb all Hieae r<?|i?vt* it Mirpae'-* it* |iri4<ityp?? lie tint m^ui i>1kh1, fi iK ? itni'ii*. for ii a< in cunfily ac c< rdinf Wi tho ordinal law of iU I'trllt urn) the inborn hpm*lll?*?f it* bring. (Applauac.) The aoul Mck>'ii* in rfrMltipMJlif Ut* acU of di?hot>r?l tyranny wlii< h hava Mill |??|vlrtM b| ItM ilnrnrK-^rtri* pa??r. 1 naniiot fix* lli<-ir lii*i''?y iki*. Ri.'l look nig at Un- old Miaaourl romprnti *4 , louintrd on Uk' i<lniwi<in nf Mtr'owi a* a ?(av? (Mat*, and hi ????Wl?ratioo llivreof ttw prohibitum of ?l*v?r? mitly mg Territory, and w?'iog how? afirr at *<qo *?< < ??* of thirty twi y"?at?, and tli<* trrrrlalroabk-|**a<?aw? by ftar?y of ita <*t>rial ?har#> tn *?? (?o\"K'i? of thiF roOHTomif? Id violation of evrry obligation af honor, Compact and gi*Kl neighlmrli?f-t. aid in natmptuou* dlpngard of iIm- out* untune rntiir' tii? 'A aii aronM-l North?thla tinw ImtioriM prohibition *>?i# overturned. and the tucI rngtcu iwiw known a* KftMaa and Nvbr?*ka w?? opened to ulavery, |oi+ uifr r < at at tin- iufKlitig Mil bjr which tiiM waa a'< romp) i?bed, drrbirtng that ,t? i.li|"-t *m to leave the pro 11'- "perfectly lm- to forn' llx>tr itoimwltc Institution* In ttelr own eny"? ali'laeeitig how , la rpll?- of th?n?- expreea word*, the mneageon* ?ettl?ri> tin r<- weea lefl a prey to IhtMl.rjf t.tracf rroia Knavcrl, cut rmp thi Tcrrl ERA i % u>rjr, 'irgmn ? usurpation, which, by positive law. | lo tuxu-ii *ii?vwry ujhju lti?i D**<?utifui noil, ?uu w nurround it witt? * co?e of jenh- looking ?t the LeI i'?mpwn constuuiion. lUatmiuiuT piece of wicked contrivance, by which vbir wimeiK-otile, in orgmoialu* for* WW, " ?t irutn mm upon tbo question of nU\?ry?ou<l t>,.iug U(1<v tti0 djouk counterlt it, though repudiated by tbe people vu I oj*uly adopted by the I*r??ldeut, ?im1 by him corruptly urged upon G>Egrcsa. with all the power of hi* adm!n Iruliun; looking at these things, au-1 inhere which il l the mind. I li e! bow tain it i? to expor t Iruco or tou^romiee witt the ?!ave oligaichy. l'uuic In IWitU, o> compact can bind it, while *11 interpret*I'Jti* or tho cowtltutiou friendly to freedom, though aau.tionod by 1 court ud Cougrees ouoUuuou* imt?lTOUi, are uuceremoniously rejected. Faust, In the incomparable ' pcem of Goethe, on being told that In bell itaell the laws prevail, says-? Now ihat I lite- so then, one may, la fact, Conclude a binding compact with you, gentry, la Lcll. CLaufititer.) To which JfepUistophiles replica;? Whatever promise in our books OikU entry V'c strictly cary Into act. Put no compact or promise binds the gentry of slavery although in their books it may find entry. (Applause Of course, fellow citizens, you are now r;ady to see that the corruption* l>y which the preamt administration haa nern ("cgretied are tbe natural <>i!(>prirg "tf the immorality of slavery. (Good, good.) Tbey have all occurred iu stiMaitiiug the policy of tbe oligarchy, ami in tbe ease of tbe l^compton I'onsutiitiou, In a direct effort to fasten slavery upon a distant Territory, and they aro all marked *>y the effrontery of slavery HuoUel attribute* the peculiar profligacy of Kogland at a particular j>eriod t > tbe demoralization of tbe South Sea bubble; but such an Influence cannot he oomparahte In this res|?ct to slavery, which, indeed, If it were not a crime, might well bcalled a bubble. Hut a government which vindicates the (ale of bunion beings need not hesitate to purchase the vote or An elector at the polls, or of a nv'inbrr ol ilVcgreu. The two transactions belong to the same family, though unquestionably the pur clfcfe ol a vote is moob lew reprehonsibl*. Kfllow citizens, would you arrest these corruptions and tho dissstrous influence from which they spring, inrolv | li.r not),biff Iff* 11.41. Clviliuttion on ?hl* continent, the republican party you bow, and iu telling y<?i bow it vii.di<-at<s at QT'-t its or'fin and it* noceMlty. Tb?? work muft bo done, and there m no olbrrnrganizAtion by which It cau be d< -ne. A jmrty with nu<li an origin and nucha necessity cannot be for a day or for Hint election only. It cuiinut bo Utf permanent tbitu the buetile lutlueuce which it IB (orn*M to counteract. Therefore, Ju*t ?<> long an the lirtfrul lalue of pUvery prevail, wh.llier tonj earning It* character morally, economically and anally, or rr.ncertiinf its prerogative* under thecoustitutioo, just o icrp u? ibc slave oligarchy, winch is the sleeplesM and xmlit Kilutii ,-' agent ..r slavery Id all Its pretentions continm a to exist a political power, the republican party niest endue (Applause) I( bad wen connpire fur slavery, good nien must coir,tune {or freedom, ("flood, good.") Nor ran the holy wiir be ended until tn? bur hari*m now dominant In the republic la overthrown, and the I'apui power is driven from our Jerusalem. (Applause ) Ard when this triumph is won, securing the IniDirdiate obj-ct of our organlaition, the republican party Hill not die, but. purified by its long contest with fclavcry, and filled with higher life, it will be lift* d to yet other rff .rtp and nobler aim* for tho givxl of n'Bti (Ai-plHUfe, with three cheer* for Lincoln.) At !>?* wnrl/ ia nlnift Iw ff\r/\ 11a !t lc elmiilv ? nl.wf our candidate??Abraham Lincoln, <>t Uliaem (renewed applause)?whose ability, so coi-|ilenoiislj >hown in hi* own Htate, attracted at Mice the admiration of the whole conntry, whcle cUrt^Irr no breath ha* touched, a>.d whose heart is large enough to embrace the broad rop'inlie and aii Ha (MrfM?trim m ?iii ilid hnitot thua ?lir Applaese); and Hannibal Hamlin, of Vf ,i,e, whose elear bfflii, Aim prlneipJm and umplo experience I r oue * bo Ml with bun n 'be Senate dumber cu'i : >it teat?him vr.|] Will fleet Vice ITesuletit Meeting t;.?ae, ! ?s yon Hire!) w ill ("G-od," ami laughter), we ahali imi | I be national / overnineiil?at VN?Kt in it- K?' utive l>?pa>lui>*nl?o;>eiily and actively on the ndc of freodom: mid this at- n< w ill lie of incaI. nluble Infhlenco?nolo ly in itself. bat a1" ibe harbinger (it the future. Firn and loreimnt. we -bail have the Territories from the five In-aded burbarism of slavery, keeping them ill their normal con dtt*on, tie they catue fn ru the haml of God?free, with freedom written on the soil anil engrived on the ruck while the winds will wliii|>er it In the tree*, the rlvei* will timrmur It in their (low. ami alt nature echo it In joy unspeakable. ("Good.ami great applause.) Neil we thai! wye the country fpm the crying mfiunv of the slave tiade who. e opening anew. ,a> now menaced, Is. indeed, hut a logical cunaequt nee of the new thiiuriea of alavety If slavery be the "Mes.-ing" it iff vaunted, then mu.'t Mie slave trade be benilleetit, an I they who ply it Willi the tiereest activity muni lake their place* among the mi-nonarlea ami aaiuts of humanity. (laughter.) Next we Khali nave the OonititulioD, at least within the s| here of vxet utive influence, from outrage and perversien. so that llie Prej-iileot will no longer lend him | self to that wildest pretension of Iho s!aie oligarchy, in Mr. H.ehauaii has doue, by declaring that alavery i* carried under U?e constitution into all Territories, an J lint It now ovists in Kaiitua us liimly aa in Suulh CaroUna. As out of not bit g can ci tac nothing, so out of the U'-'lhmp in the constitution on thin subject can be derived no support fi r thi* inordinate pretension, which may be | beet dismiyfetf in that clastical similitude by which the , alien M lioQinna rebuked groundless folly, when they j eulied it ni l mW. ib.iu.hter), wLirh comething that elms uot exist?and plainly sa'd to ill author OJi'ni ' (caom fwni4. (You gather n: ?'* woolll (Gontinuod ! laughter ) Svxt we sh.iil help m rate the Declaration of : In(!e|?nd? i.ec, now dieliOBnred in I diaowned In ila maen' tiai life-giving tri.th?the equality of man. (Applauaet | Thla transcendent principle, wh cfi appetrs twice at the ] cr? alien?lin-l, when G?*1 faid, "I.et us make man In our ! own inuige," ami t tvcnuly in the unity of the race, tutu I divinely established, which apjiear' ayaln in the Goapel | when It was said, "God Wmt mail* the world and all ilili'iri-' lliftll, I1.1U1 made of mm blood all uauot g of 1 men," which appears afaln Initio primal roas<>a ??f th?? world, anterior to all burtttiitioes toil law*. b:lon(t* to Utotcself evident uitha, sometimes railed aiiotus, which | tinman rati quiKtiou without rxi??.n(t t<> question his ' own inte licence or honesty. (-'Good.'') As well deny I arithmetically that tv? (lid two nuki' to, or ibajr |?o! tnftr.ralty that a rtmifcht line is the ?l -rM; dinancc bctwnn two points, as deny the axiomatic, self evident, (warning truth, that all m<u arc equal. A* of Iberia n the liiavi.r?bl.Ld is be who cannot perceive it. of i rcurw', this principle, utt? red in a decbrwll<n of rights, < , appliratli k irply to rlgh'ji. and it 111 acbilducb soph.'tn to ulli tic against it ttie obvious inequalities of firm, < l.aract< r and facullks. As an axiom, It admitxnoex ceptlrins; lor It m the wwnjfiil an axiom, whether in geometry or mora.1*, to be universal. As an ar*tract truth, It is al?? witLfut r xceptino, according to the es -11 re of fix I. truth. And In,.illy , as a Self ivident truth, so announced In the iH-cluration of Independence, it ; Itboiit exio| liens, for otly such truth can bo self evld< 11 Thus, *hi tb*r as axl< m, as abstract truth, or selfevident truth, it is alw?)s universal. In Tlndl rating th;s principle, the repnbllran |>nrty undertakes sgrateful duty, to which they arc rn< ved alike by Justice to a mu b in Hired rs< , etchili'd from it* protect loo, and In justice to the fatheru, wh?*e well chosen rords?fit foundation fur an empirt?have Ix'en t?roed into mockery, cur < *n the n.mlm** of the propaganda.* 01 slavery !>< belli r Ulnatrated iIimo In this a?Hault on the llri'Urali'>ii of in jlej-endttivCj ftuiuiylig the father* lor no other pnlpoF* than to clear the way for Ibcir five In itded a\ oil In of (i inp'il-i.ry labor wllhoiit wages. And lliall}', we shall h -l|? t" exjiel tin- rlave oil garchy frrm aJI lis feats of national power, and drive it bar ic within the States. This alone is worthy of every effort, for until this is dime, nothing else cm be completely iloee. In vain you sc< k eonomy or purity in Hie nat tonal government; in vain you ? < * im|>rovemcnt o| rlvir* atid harbotf, in vain vriu peek borne, U>ada n the publw lamia ft>r bi toal aetlli'is. (front applause ) in va n yoii k 1 eform in ioiiriioi-lr?tioii, m vaiu you dignity and peace in o<ir foreign relations with J .? thv fr struggling freedom erervwhere while it: -rl . i .JL . 1.1.<- <1... * BllliMkl ..???? H i.ru auu > >.. - li>l||i|Ml??iird. I'lu-lri.tr 11m *U\r oligarchy and tho door will of?n to all goif-ioua pf lr>? ipl<* the alave oligarchy ami lll>rrty will tw<rnv ltifa? t, ai ,n law, t!( bomiul condition of ull tlm national Terrltorwx. I'rw trtlr tb< rltn oligarchy an.I tin- n*tl< nal g . rmmrnt will be at b-ngth divurvd fruni lavry anb th?- national polity will be cbangrd from *la?ery to freedom. PMd Irate the -lave ollpnrrby un l tbo North will no longer ho the Td-'al of II* Smith. Prnatrat* the *!??? ollgar. hy nnd ili<* North will l?? iitmltlil to it? |"*H "hare in Uh> tr?"t? and h'rr.fn of 1li?* republic. IT-* trnte the >lt?ve oligarchy and rnuhiy virion of |* iiri'w ill Iw'won, wb<ee mflMn*? IM fiit'ir* of our Yuwilry and of mankind > > Imagination c:ui point lYorliated, ' ?! need. and |< rionnciiHy ex|?lled i>..m ill|nii?n lAtiir, llf oligarchy will anon ? < >iae to exiat ua a political r< nlilnntloti. 11* final doovi may be |??i pawed, l.i.i It i* i itulo. Iitii|iiii*tiiiiK, it iiimv live yet i< i ir>r; In t It will *nr? ly die Yi^. follow ritizrna. hit* l\ , it w ill <ilf ? ?In n il a|.| ilnlf-t lu It* purpuaew? <lrUi>o l>ai k withn the ftatra, and constrained within thr*n I id) it??It ciLti no longer rtile the republic n? % pints im on ?( rlav? at li< mo: tan Do long) r n* naco Territorial with lie tt*i" hiad?d device lor 1111m I lalnr toi'A.ti/ t/?0?< rail no longer fnM'n upon the oonatltistlnTi an Interpretation mhu ll make* merrhandi?e? !men, and girt* a 'lugraceful itviimnBt to tlir broken if hisman Herb and th* hutcbert of biiitttiti li?nrt?. and wbwi It ran no longer gTlinl fteab and blood, gr< ni ? and ?igh' the t?'?r* of rmitbera and thecriea f rbtldr< ii mt" tfio cement ?>l lmrl>ar?ug political pow er' Mrtly, ttiMl, to it* ri tri at. smarting under the Inllg nation of a# er*i?*ed people and I It ronrtirrlng Jixlgmort of Hir fltll'frd world, It mnat dK-?it may l?v an a txiiMitM'l rat di'f n( ragr In its hiil?. (KtrtliunUMtlc applauar ) >li rtiwhll', aTl good otiit ar? our*. Th?- wirk rannot I i i k?n?db| 11.< triumph now at hand? w ith a ro|"ibli<->in l'r?-?l?lo?it In jwiw*r?**4<at?- alt?r .-'uio, qnlttim Hit roin'ltl<.n of a lorrtt"ry and p'lrnmg alive ry, w||J b? will i bud into nnr plural unit, and, Joining liai.rix li^rtli' r, w 111 Im<o?h'M a krlt of Ore girt about tlm riaveftalM, in whiihalavory m<?t dir. or, bappirr atttl, >.?nll.g bai.da tifillift, Ikfjr will Ixtomp to tin; aU>e of iM-iiiity, w ith poirr r (A|>f>Uu?r ) ft ?>* !> rrmi.ms ti*t *> ?bouM ?j??*d ?!>?*? ?. -?i Hiflu-i'C? Otbera may dwrll on l>><- i??l a? wit" Hot to my mind, lindi*r the law* of 1m ti< #r. nl <,r?d, tlw future Mian i? M?ur?>, on tlx-nnglr tt,i,t w, Jin** ffcrwMrd in the work * llli In art and aoul?furyltinir If, lurtilnc from lit* Uni|>tatK>t>? of tbi hour, mi'I, intent only <n the MM, M ilk m??n rrm|.lu?Mf? n#>r hrtray mir truat, Kur b? no it til a? in pro** anjiiat. The f<mrlm1;D|r worda *i r? followed hv a how to tl?? Imnittw DidlMNT, *hKk IMkiN tic ch*?e nf ||? hi (ture, and in an it-Hunt a jri-m ral t>n?t >1 aj<|>u>?*> fut |o?rd, ripeated and r?|?i,t?.| a#ain, with * apli It which indi'Jkted how ronipl< trljr *11 |>r?-?'-tit had < nt/>rfd tn?/i an l |?rtH i|?lrd Ml tbr feeltvg, or, at Mil e*?nta, th?* artitt nrnla nf tlin tVhcn ill burnt b* 1 auhatdi-d thr?* fhw wer< aallrd t> r l.ll" oln, ?hk-h wm* re?|?.rided to with CMianliTMhU of hu g, Miter wbicli tips ln<-*t Inj 'iuiv|iy dif|'(r?iU. LB. PRICE TWO CENTS. THE APPROACHING EXECUTION Of HICKS. TMe Falte Humor of lila A Vlalt to tola Cell?Ills Pretence of Kreem??onry. About half past two o'clock yesterday aRernoon, come of the bulletins of the evening put^ra were emblazoned with sensation placards to, the effect that Hicks bad committed suicide. Tbo report gained some credence ia ooasequence of McDonald having recently defeael ibe law of a victim Marshal Rynders, ac<v>mjianled by bin CepoIX) Angelig, Clackner and Ougan, immediately proceu<i?M u> the prison, and found Hicks in his cell in e?nver nation with hji spiritual adviser, the Rev. Mr Dusemuet, a clergyman of ibe Koman Catholic religion?a faltb which the unfortunate man has r?eentljr relied upon for bis salvation, having previously belonged to no particular religion. Hicka h?'Ul a croeill* and beads ia bin baud. When the Marshal and bis associates entered the eel) Hicks aroso and tL?ok each by tbo baud. Be spoke but in whispers to the Mvr*hal, and ttieeo were to express a desire ;w to dn?n h* was to wear ou tbe approaching occasion. The Marshal (old liim Uiat bus wwth in every reepect should be gr.itifiud. He smiled his thanks, and a.p;x-ar'-'t to bo reconciled to bis fate, but bis bund waa worm and clam my, and his muscular frame gave evidences of the action of the mind upon thh body. The Marshal said to Hicks, "I will do all that I can for you under tbe elrcueastance*, and 1 am clad to two that you are reconciling yourself to your fhte." We understand ibat Dicks made a request that bis wifo "honld be permitted to remain some time with him in hit cell on Thursday (this day), tbe last day ths law allowed him to live, and also that Deputy Marshal 1)j Ancrelia, who has bad bim under special charge, should bo near tilui at his execution. Tbe Marshal promised that his requests should bo complied with. It was rumored that nicks professed himself to be a Free Mancn, and on thin, to >, be dm i red to see the Marshal, who is a Mason of long (tending, but tbe Marshal and some of his deputies, and ono of our reporters, who are members of the honorable craft, W-fi the cell satisfied, without an J interrogation bjr word, that Hicks d<vt not priuupc w imi nuii'uk khmiui^ UI ri'T Ik W UA alao be recollected Uiat Hi?'k* cannot either read CT write. Tie following are the orders issued for troop* to aid tbo Marshal io h:a duties:? , riKAttgriKTBM or TB taJTT, 1 N't* Vuu, July 11,1800 J Fm? 'n accnrdnnoe with iusinietioog from the Secretnry of Wnr( you will furnish to Isaiah Ry-nd^re, ffeq , : hited !-'taUn Marshal for the Southern District of Kew Voik. fitch umiixui.cc of i'ritrd Huttea troop* at 700 11 ;iy be able to ullord on iIk1 <>rea?t?n of the exeeutuai sf ?.naa Hicks, which 1* to bike place at Bedloe'a I* .'and 00 l'riday next, the 13th liif-t The arr?ii,j? mcnts will l?e mode in concert with Mar&iuU Ryndera. By command of Brevet 1 iint.-nant Genera) Seott. E. I) KFYKB, Military Secretary Major T Hounie. tJuvernor a laland. Brevet Colonel Bsoww, V'ort liatiiiVton. Troops will accordingly be furniahed both from Fort Hamilton and Kurt Columbuti, Guv. n>t'k Inland. Kir* In West WsihlnRtas Market. DESTKt'CTION OK Kom SQT'A RK< ?ABOCT I HO OTH.U Bl'KNKD OCT?LOPS ON STOCK ABOUT $J0,tXK), AHD ON BL'ILDJNU 120,000- NOBLK CONUfCT OK TH* FiKKMEN?EFFICIENCY OF THE fflLA* FIR* INGINE."-OHAKD J'ANOKAJilC VJ*W FKOM WAMIINQTO.N MAKAET, KTC. Between ten and eleven n'rlork last right a (Ire broke out at lb* low?r end ol the t*r?*t pier, .n Wirt Wifhicgfn Market. Owing to the ? >mbuaUble d.^racter of the kb<>l? the flimiee tpreM rapidly. The wind wII blowing fr> chly from the west at tlx: time, and drove lb? fire acri?i four bl'icke. The fiamog wore headed r.fr by the flre?en wb?o they reached Centre aveirie, and had they !kn low faitbiul to their duty, the entire properly would undoubtedly have be?u destroyed, Too much | raife annnt be awanled to the Br- iivn for lb? metrtc in which they performed their duty. heat from the burning maM ?h uU-nre, and when the f'anifs readied Centre arcane, the Struggle blweea duty and heat wu manfltlly met. .nop. 30 and 42 cnjlue coapanlea , on Broad avenue, tuvfird ofl tin* "re, and flapped It* prryr?? a-"r< ? UiAl avenue. No. 14 engine company, on Merchanta' Howe, rtoo?l Itn ir grmind manfully. Th- y were c"?petf?d to wrap a blanket around the en (tire to prevent Its beinf bllatwd No*. f> ?rd ij rne'ne*, on County Rowe, aad No. C4, oo Itej street pier, cut 'iff the lUtaea .n that dJ reetlon. So. $ steam engine ?u oc tho Yearjr utreet pier, and N" 38 ft" imer l.ad a hydrant at the . <.m?r of Waahmftofl and Fulton street*. They both rendered efflru-nt aid. They brilhaucy of the lllnrnlnatku rendered th? MM one of jrnndcur and beauty. Tio roofi of VttntngtotB Market w.'re taken p<?rvet ion of by the t[*clat'irs, ?fid omvfrtfJ into an immense e?>liiH>um. There ?. re not l?ss than j.l'OO perr<ns seated upon the bullda jr. Capt. .'nmlcfnn, tf the Third precinct, mulcted by platoons fr'tn the F'rrt, tacnd, Fourth, J?iA& and mil! I'rfi II'm *?;re very efficient viDcr IXflneer lacker inil ha irr.FUrta ?crt vrr; Ktlv* ud kj their exertion the tire wm llnally gubilued. Owiuir to the l?u> hoar it * .* f..r nor reporter to cbtain any reliable particular*, either vt th? iKc in'-p ('f the penuuiM burne<l mil .?r i)m- i< The frikiw'iiK ?r? the U4ire? of >-nme of the n>wt:11. R. <~l?rJt, AMtwny HrMnritj, A. V. !"tiyUer, Audr< w Mr \u.!r< w, Henry Ur i.lcr, Ma Makoey, Ikiyce * McGvvrrr, Win. Wooiley, ?? I?iirj"? ?, I'ltrirk Tully, Patnik Kch.uji, !??*' lift K. M?.i...t.an rt,.u> ?|.i*?u, W. N. I ioyrt, t IpU), Hrt*r UwMM, Wm Kront, John MrMiarray, Brady k n, P. I'-huiiift K Co., H Smith A (?,, M. M r?h?iif Kiif k Mu-pby, . Haven k Johnaor, !> tirafl, T. Kerr, Brnim, Tllton A 0? , J. !? At J J. ?l. M I?. M'ttVcmao, Du>l, hJuhcMO, C. W. ldell J. MUerpte. .1. C. I'w, Kjnilb, G*>k % Co., (VuiT.Rruf.kOn., n*ix<*li ?t Go. trarw'ti, f<!c* * 'Hi*. liall * JciJifl. City Intvlltgrfir*. T?r Fm* <">**?* lorn** hrl t > rpocui WHt.ru tocl ?veninf *t KlUil, ikt Pr" Wfirt, llwrf f IIN?, F. -<jM in ()? chulr. n*> romplalol ncntnn Knrin* ion painr* N<>?. 21 Mid 13 T?r rtotou* cnri'ict r.a tb? 3d of July ??? limufbt tip, ?n<l witr "? * fti Iw-Im I oi both rnmpanlF* rwf>ro. ThM -miiit >i? 'i? r- fouud rrrftt ].St . ij in ny 'i. .111.- .Tim , ?u?u wwuiu ru in |ih<i? II,?| mijr nf I!,.' r?>-mt? r? *f .'mnaoy v ir? ??rr?f?l in tlx' itptii Tli-wieh runny "f the nt- rafter* i.f h<?i|). i.ni|nnnm <ht>' b?>tly Injured, a> rt tt*. "iitine of >'?i 13 ?i|?? t mikI broken, having erTeril hnlMtd (ml in 0* 1m.i. yet not a clriirl* member rn<ihl Ml who ill* imrtle* mrf unit h?w thi-y |'?t lutrl. Thr w-arinf wa? beautifully ?.arried mil, * Iim h r> " ? U rrnl rrwllt on both (i.ii,|jtrni . anil but fur r? who < Iwun mI to ??? Ihf f(lit it vn nlil tie it ttiflu nil matter fi<? the Com rnlfiiterc In riv* ? ili^uonti. Tb?t care will tx> r^amod on Monday evmlof. lit* Ij/ii* I'm will fra l, by ?p*rial r<*<j icrt, !n th? pwikir* of the Metropolitan Ib.ivl tbi* (tbnr??1ay) rvestng. to run cmtom or tti* muv. Fotlnp * notice In your pajwr concerning a rtabV.ng if fray at BiiMle'a r?rnT" on Mcrniay Ivt, I dcaire to make tfi? folium Hi* ?tat?>n\< M?The c<iiul?n? r?-f.-rr?<! to f? tlw Harry WurkM/^ra; It wa* their ttiwd annual TTio f>U>l>l>ln?r affray (Kv urrril in th<> irrwv*; It waa fanMd bf a |?rty of SitUi waH ta*<l who ram* duwn to tl? iirnv* In tli?" f-teM-n Jataeil Railroad ft-r tic**!**** |.iir|j??> <if ir.flklB* a flfht. AfV r alabblnf tb* young n<\n they rati ?w?y to tbr ?ar? and made their MKILAKI. IIQTKKN, tharrnnao WMcrwr to M* W. V *?nint ? * nnmbor of artwl* and mnaWure, oonibcrlnc about fifty la.tiw? and irwMlenwn, aa?<-mbk*d at ?'m room* ( U**m. Hall k fW*#, Urnadaay, laM nlpht, to tnAct Mr. Wallaw, Um dmtmstiivltfd ri'tn|**w, who irnkft a flying Tlult to MM I n Med PtatM Mr. Wallace, who join* t? m deniable merit a? a composer a very ffM defree of aortal popn. lartiy. wa? v?ry warmly rrrnttd ny hia rrwivl*. Foww<|in>i>tly tj" rTiix'it*! In Mr Walla**'* laat Mid hwt work, "l.nrltor," were fimc t>y a nomlw of r?*i<l?i>l trim* TV wrrr t>y Mrr M'xart, MtanHawlry, M??nw and Cewry (trnrr*), and Mr Tlxwiat (ImriM't*). TWWna ?u mull, bit It* l'?'tlfirtnitii<r wm under the d,r.-rtk>n ?f Mr wUo ?< i i?-d ||m upon a irrand |>tano of th? Or iff* )?ti ill, tlio pnwrr ami qtiallty of n>r><> i?f which w?? gaiMrally trtnarkftd. TTir of <>I?rlin?" performed la t rvt ninjr are rxquiaitr, and jav? lh? ulmoat aalfcfw?. lion to llir tUtr andlttirp. H i* to ><" hoped thrt th? ml i i.l > will n.f day bars an npimrwnity to tvwr ih? mtii le i>f ibir, the ownpowr* raafterwork.

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