Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 20, 1860, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 20, 1860 Page 2
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mm , 2 ^ Jrinctl J? rome Napoleon were oelebrated to day at tha Imperial Rule) In va) idea. Before eleven o'clock the battalions ol Uia National uard. lb* troops ol the Impcr.ai (iuard, and of lb* Lino, wit- drawn up along the road through whieh the cortege had w ptae, Icroi.ug a double line from the '*aW a Royal so the U>oj1 d?a lnvalidea. Behind tbeid an mra-iise multitude t*us aaaemtii'Ml in silence, to render a .ast boma^o 10 the defunct Prinoe. At eleven o'clock bia Imperial Highneoe Prince Vapoteoa, accompanied by hia Excellency Mar-nal ibe Duke of MaUkofl', who had been designated by the tm|wror tJ aaaiat h:m and by bis Htghuess Prince Joachim Mura , proceeded U the i Ktip-llr urdcnie, where the coffln of his fctber bed been deposited, and in Ibe prwuce of the clergy of the Imperial Chapel bad tae eotlin removed by twelve soldiers of me c.Vu,t tVnrdvs into Ibe funeral ear. l?t*chm--! le of UlBhrent troopa opeued Ibe oortcge, iftou came tt e officers of the defunct Prince s bonneb-d.l and the clergy of different purisbua gho had joined Ihoao tif the Imperial chapel. The cicrgy, in =urpi cea. immediately preceded ,lhe duneral car, richly covered with hangings and armorial hearings, up n which the cofhu was placed The corner* ef the jail wore held by their Excellencies M Fould. M mister of rutc of the Ern)>er<ir'a household-, i admiral Bamelin, Minister of Marine-ti, .ropioug, Proai deal of tbettetiaie, Marshal Count Iflailluut, Grand Marshal of the Palace, designated by bia Majesty. Tour c thews of tV.a dethncl Prince carruM. ;r<e uVgnia af hie orders nnd hia sword. HwTr. peri-1 Highness the Truce Napoleon followed the aar in the uniform of a General af Division, with a mourn Nig nwin iv r his shoulder*, on h.| rig ltd haul walked hw Excelf-noy th? Dnke. yr Malakoff and Pr .oce Jcachiru Mural. Then came the trfand otflcers of the crown, tbn Minwteri members of ih? Prey 1'ouii- il, tlmarsh-ila, who t*?d a>l ect e up to IWs to atu-ua He- v'tew^unvW* the Pr-.-e. the Senate, the l-Y'.s .it?v< Corps, the <5oun Sillor w - Uto, the general jdioere, und the f> 'Stds ami unciru' --' rvai ir f k i Iji> - rial nighm-un, nod a muter Miider.iutii.ii ? aring the si. Hc>"iia tmrtal The .i.- H jet the iuvalirtes, whioh hart been ffrn:; half I aour S since (be m rntug. announced Vive-be par t?re ot the ixe i v 'i"i ' uJtdl lioyai ami u arrival at the Bote: u^'nvulidefi Tf- ?Mr"< *aa hung with aack cloth, relieved by 3114'. ..If I l l.'V :uw wir ><v? iniM mgo m %u 3 (riu *v The cb r ?te a r--ady occupied fry bis Highness Pryuje ItKieu Mural, as ?di iihdoa Cardinal Math'i u. the Ain a*/ ul< r- ui l Koreipxi Ministers. and lUe uave by the de putatm.r lr?ni the -Ufloront corporations. A lew nw ononis before the arrival of the cortege her 1bper 11.1 r glraeas Mas"..- >1 Princess V ith'M? b id wen pied lb* gailery re?*. rvod for her, and iheir Jmp"rlil ( Tvightit-K.ws lb- Princesses >f the Eropf-ror's faral'rholding niik *1 cc.irt b? I takeu seat. .u the wljaoeut 000 It noon th fiib"r*l car hiring arrived a! the pir.-h <.f the church, Cardinal Morlot, Cram) Almoner, Arc,bishop of Paris, re.*eivod the body, when a fur.eral m.usi w v performed. WonMigiiear Co or, 3 shop of froyos, p"*c.hcd the sermon, which was mo-l attentively !w toned to by tb >se nresent, who f haroU ih i emotion 'if the Vluktrions prolate After the service the Cardinal Grand Almoner gave the absolut >u, w hen a detachment of Cent Gardes, whi h h.wl Jwt. ?inline ."lard ove? the cottlu, oai ried it 11 to the null deetraed to receiv. It. The art praye's were read c the presence of his Ira perta. Highoe-s the I'nnci Napde.i/t, b s Highness Priuoe Mural tl " W.rlemfrerg M inster, the Sardtuuo Minister, the a. cMere. member-. o' the Privy Oouncil, Marshals and A m.rii's A au*l 'a: 1 of artillery announced the conclusion if the oe re He'ii , During this Jay of miuriilog the National Guard, the wncy and p< 1 u.ation of Paris have given by their eager ew to *,?r. r the mrtti iry of his Imperial Highness Prince ,I> r *ne Napoleon au additional proof of the seutl awn la uf ioveaof respect which auiraate France for the hop* rati lamtly Pahis, July 4?3 Aft P. M The Pour'" ..as been somewhat firmer. Rentes closed at Ofrf &V , or M fc.gber than ou MnJay 11c 11 y. Maamnri as, July 4,1600. The fburrvr <ic .MurieilYi states that a skirmish took ptece on the 30th o!t , near Messina. Vtreeu some de W.hmei.le of Gar bald: ins and a portion of the royal troops. The f arllst Kctrartlon, The (' .nrrt'ii/Nfifi-i publishes tho follow ing ? We rect; re at this momenta m st unexpected document. and which we cannot insert except under every reaerve We are uformed by letter that this doctftneut has been rent to the yieeu of daaui, with a very afiootiou- , ate letter, :u which the Count de MouW molin explains at the same time kn? past renunciation aud htn present retract e. I Cos Cakuis Pa Bomaoa Er Ps Bragaxsa ? | Coom tier rag that the net of Trtosa, of the 23d of April. Of the pre*ent year (lfto?), ts the reault ol exceptional 1 and extraordinary circumstanced. That, meditated in a prison and signed at a moment when all comneini uUiod was forbidden us, it p>r--?auKS Done of the condition* required to render II Talid. Tbai, consequently, it is null autA llegil, and cannot bo pitted That the rights of which it treats can only profit the perw-nr w ho bold them from the fundamental law from which ibry emanate, and who are called by the aforesaid 1 law bo ex- r. tee lliem <u. oru.ug wi uk.i iiu>,kj<i Mm momcLt ha* arrived In coneeiiueooe of the advice if '.ompeient lawyer* whom we have onsuited, and Uin disapprobation which our beet servant* have frequently exrre?*>?l W? retract th*- aaid ai t of the 231 of April of the prwarnl year ltxiO. and declare it null and us if it bad oweer been executed. Orven at Cologne, ttie 15tb of June, lSdO. CARl/C^ Ills? Ok' BuCRBM.N ET DC HIUGAMU, Count <ie tloicin ?liu. Tb? Irian t I?)H Ferdinan i ha* retracted in the turns terms The Ctwll War la Syria. ifVrrDependence n> the Uordou New*. J Bxyhoit, June 17. ladO We are now n ore felljr acquainted with the debit la o vhe maaaiu rr of thriatian* which l<?dt place at >idon on Friday the in. and riaturday, lb'- 3-1 nut. It H but too certain mat the number or refugeenuna, Christians, unarmed pea., in is, monk*, prieaH, women aud cbil I dren? who. dying from the (tone and kmve? of the Oru me. in the southern |??tI of IWisuoe, tried to obtain ?h d ler Jt Mdon. but were at the gab ? and in the garden* of that ti nil butchered in cold blast by the Uoah-ms, Met<ia lie and la-use* of the neighborhood?exceeded in all four hundred and fifty souls The Turkish governor of the J town, although he had a garrison of two hundred regular troops, never move I a mart.- |hW nfortunalee. but c* it- vaitrary many Christian* were bayoueted and abot by the aoelier*. their eflMfl looking ou Twice ha.* I her (> f ircny, ti> i ' U' ** inp r roocu *uwn i oorvi tie ' + feature))*, been *<'111 down to put a atop to theee Mf*-*,. ' Wt-i il ? i u and i? u have hn*i.n out. be each parly of belple?e refugee* reached the town H?n> . ur boura' journey above Sidon, not fir from the f rater r- alilcnce of letdy Ureter Stanhope, there to, i r rather wae. a c lebrgted 8^ Catholic Movent, rail* >t Hi* r . Mikhallb Tin* netitul o wv Ml only the n. ?et wialtby rellghww eeublmhtiieel in Syrto (:! church piale?much of it the gift of I'opee, Kinpo rora and K .ok* of hurope?helnc valued at upward* of CV/BMt.hul tto library contain ?cor?i of *n,n ?i i;rvt, Arabic and dyriac manaecptv wbr h wrre prn u?e?* Ail the ha* bevn burnt ami plundered?olive treea cut 4o?d. flocooo*, a:Ik ami mm <Wtr?yed win* aud oitrpnt, or thrown away by the hundred ttwvmand fallenby the tmrnee. although the monk* were again and ucam aeenrri hy the t?r??* -u-ik Hit : ?tr < t (i iL) i-m, c.ed 9nld Bey T mhlutt, of Mekhtwrah, ami Well known to near ty all ki glnduuen wandering m the Iwbaonn), ihat Wing an unarm'd nem* I* aeiUne Ituy aoe Uieir property aboo!.] be touched Having lulled them into fee irity Maid Bey allow id hta men to aturg the place Of the ality nun about mxfen were killed, the rent managed to eti ?H? ar i hide ,ii ru n ai. l p m-.w on the mountain The majority reacted tfidoti after enduring great privation*, hat many have line* died, and at! are more or leaa injur ad, aome being vtiil mowing Thta community, a month ago one. 4 th' m -t wealthy tn Alia, baa now Dauber hour* nf food Twenty four hour* after IHielr e| Kamar (aa related la my laa- letter i Nfrtodm l t<' thBerh:r. an army of Huaea?which teemed annuel In apr ng out of the earth, ao audden waa Ha appearanceattacked the place,carried <t burnt and p in lured ;t. murdering the men aod violating the w<mien (including aome Mar te nwna), and In very few houra makiog one of the mnvt thr v.tg vtllagea m fgbaton a b?wilug wildarn ear Sim of the people eanaped aod ilartM toward Sultto -i the gate e' they Wer- met by a fanalie Mb af armed Mi.ema, wbo?joining wub the Hum* and Metuaoa uf tb* neighborhood, ano headi- l by Harm Turei f, a fWuae vakeel or agent of the before mentioned ftold Bey?murdered three poor creature* in cold hlood, oont'aulBg the aearcb fbr met m even then aaeapad into the wi?ila. ax it borning down a email for eel to get at the (torwt li h d ng therein, wtmrn they ahoi or cut down iaoM to a MO~ Harhv* a a TilU?? of ft oOO nhabitanta, of wli >tn 4,000 arr ' Tin t ana, and IV r?l Drum. It ia aitu.ilod no tw> If# of a <1*? p |len at tV wiwt.rn font of M> int Hrrtr on TV hrrrditary ralmr of tV plar* ? tV tamr Haid <1 P.t of tfic M ?!'-m hranrh Of tV .-<Vkab fanny Tb? [.lii v? alu k >d by Iv ... but th Kmirat?..i Of lb? j.opjr and Vlj.-I tlwai W? drfand It For ?.>?>> day* 'V malt ?u dub.oua for tbr In 1 t ' . i r tlie , although tli v td not wiab W> ?ldo with tbr d-tga of Christian*, bardly ilh??1 t'> hylit ayala?t a truo Nuu-toc fho Emir, how.-trnr, waa killrd, .in I b.t tr rtpa tlwai aided openly with IV Dr?"?. *?l IV iLrUtuum tuff ontcumi. huadrrwl* b.i thrum down Ibftf ?rnw Voiy but. Vr< d >u .. 1 alo.l ao-l ttv povTametjl irr<f iUr* committing all aorta of atrncttww ut*>? Utt wwurn ta?t tjra l? Mf-ther Piliayr al tV fl?*t of Harmon. p.m lamiay aV ul thr?? tbowwod inhabitant* of whom four 4ft!.- ar? lliri/tiati< LjV lUatw jra, it w aurrnnnded by ruyj dr<?. idlva cr"Vi* an J orchard* of mulberry tr?oa, lb" aUk crop of which tV inhabitant* tia.1 Ja?t y*tVr*d A MBtpm t w.w mad? bctw.on IV lliriatian* of th ? plaom and tv Dr jan of tV n? lyhborho.-!, by which tin* latter houad Uwmarl re* U? protect Urn litmir on condition of Ihr r arm* Vmy yivrn tip. Tlita ha>t hardly uk ? plan* trbrt! IVy w*r* attacked, shot d< wu li*?- .log*. IV yo. romao-M .rreyular tro?p* *ivmy ?Vlwr to Melenn of th< place. but refiiagiy to pull a tighter ia defeorw uf lbo tTir ?tui aca0*1 lb'' lb .arm But the place of al' atVra on which erery ood'4 ayaa arm turned ia Tahleb IV largo*l village, or rather town, m Vbaa >n, ot hlatalDc a popu atiun of lO.uOO t-tul'. all Cbrwi.au*. 7al.leb ta tituated *b. ut M hours' Journ / from Hep rout, at tbo aaebrn f'?d f. lebaoon.eloB* to the > i.waxx ? to tb" plain f O la Ayrla It ia lb* rlruaybold of tV ftirtMliw* la IV mo ii ut in. TV plao. ia a.?? , loa?ly'.rtTr^od l?y a ra?t n ?Vr <4 Tbuaaa VrUt fr >tn IM>aut? aad frwn tlw Ha iran of Knr.ta from Vsoad lb rt.a. of anibrint vraba from ib? Vamrt, and of rt(i Nad fhaatlr tl ?l? m? from ftamtw ut A moro b|.*?ltb raty r lhao Hk? b'Wdr waa i-rbap*. noror v%ih?roJ t<*"t Vr jo tb? World, altd If'/dlilrli fall> tnt > tVir tawta, tod V |. tV |>mr uiliai dair* Bu. altbouyh tV oi>ua ila r. -? it *r,d. 4 * - > < d I .... i _r? oia b rrpoatod au<f unit. 'r? pri wpnui lattrlviw 4 V. r<^i dt r?l.y th" l?t#t <*" " 1 HWr irfAl him aya n avl tyala t" mora tr ?'t" ' 1 AattlHt, rata* tba and thu? pr"*ot.t i V blnodrVd of Ibottaartda not a tbiny wool.' V do. Bot a ??>p w.ultl V inoT<". until yr- orday. wton about two biiodrad ?rn aud o?r yuti w*rr -nar. 'ir-l toward* /.abloh. tt litciv. ij do thr tan 'arm ??!?? h m* f ,n lb* au.v u, at.J Sroa tour \?> ioo/t rn.ry f IV fhcai:?aJ port mi of tha Moslems J tolly ogjwtel. From Zshlcti ' U we l.ave nothing new uvdsy. From Dhe.rel Ksmar ft too the news 10 bfcl. The Christ.aos cinnut go out of ' U their houses * itho it beu.g murdered a!ih ? gh they eur- ] ? rendered a fortnight ago to the Druse Sheik, Boohir Bey, , fo rth and south, eart and went, ofth.il and non-ottko?l, | K Kuiojieau and native. French liiglisli, Miuwian "id Auk atnau resorts, all agree In blaming In the ro< ?t ??vere ' maimer the local authorities, for either standing pwmre if the Christian* are the weaker In number, or helping wi the Druses with arms, ammunition and food wjere the-.- j t?i latter are in a minority . P* The town of Tyro was saved from burning, pilcigs and / or rapine bi ... Dog ?? ht the 1 ?> nor#,AM t* gallant I wner, Mr Harvey. Tbe place ear wenaeed w th anal hj ta< k that night, when the Claymore, wb>ao owner is si travelling m the layout Happened to put itto tyre, the toveruor took ite vessel for an Ehgl"h n an of war, and li begged Mr Harv.yto h- ip him to repel the attach of t o large party of Druses, which t was eajected would take 1 place that evening Mr Har^y .anded bis tour stuall guns armed hi* crew made dispositions tor the safety of i w omen ar d ehtldron, ae also for the defence of the town, 1 which would have dooc honor to any general office'.' in the 1 Limy and sitikd for the Druses to sttacr. del ibsy, bearing of what the thglish vessel had dor.e, made ?tf and t ?p*rsed, leaving the town free and \ne poopla untouched Any one w ho had been In Beyrout so late as atnonlh 'ago would hardly know It now. Of business fti?re is none, and of trades only those absolutely necessary to the actual dally wants of life Utrive. The poaoacta are not only penniledi, but homeless and foodless In the dis trtct ot the Hewn alone so less than si*ty Cbrtsttsn v-11 lages, each com tain.eg a population of from 300 to 2.Odd souls, are burned down. Not even rluropeao property teas In other Druse w in . reopected, tor the French Capu whin convent at Sal una, in lebauon, wat> yesterday burnt down to the ground, and the house at Haiuuiu, .u which [ 'he French employes ot the road now making to Pama'cus by a > renin Joint tlortc company were living, was also destroyed by the Druses a week or so ago. Iu both -Ifwe iiHt-a/oeM the Freuh Sag was kynig over the building, o.it It neither one nor the other was it respected !n the every 1 net Hie ^wti is full of poor people, mo?t!y wo msu ltd oil11 Iron, who have fled here, aad have to he ?l.,ir>, < as well as fed in thousands by the fore'gn consuls, the Fillo)>ean inercbanta, the Ataere'an missionaries and others, ';r< a;er nt'sery I have never seeo. Tf is to he o. pen that jr Kurope, and more particularly in England, su"-er pious alii be made and sent out here M ei of the 1/udon bankers have correspondents, and 'he Ottoman R..uk bar a branch here, so that it would be easy to ? mi'money, yi bsdr ptions should be made payable to ;h- English I Uw FYs tnh OnnMl Gsnnl, or to the Am rit an ci ssioi.aricH, so tnat the money may h* distributed fairly. M iasxui Bt, July 4, 1*00. Advices from Beyrout to the 21st ult. state that the Ori'-ii, reinforced by hordes of plundering Kurds and Bodo dtis, tiad attacked the town ot Zahli, the last, refuge of il Christians. Too town was entirely burnt down, and 1.000 Christians were murdered. U'rd Kamir, In consequence of the Inhabitants having been 'inarmed, was plundered and deserted. Other acts of incendiarism, pillage aud murder had boon perpetrated in the ant!" I-?'haij>ns. it was said that the children at the school Malahala bad been killed, uotwitn standing they were under the protection of the French tag, and that the French Consul had sent to withdraw the children from the Catholic colleges. The Turkish military reinforcements had not arrived at Beyrout Npala aad Morocco M initio, July 3, 1M0. The Rmperor of Morocco has placed one nstaiinenl of '.be indemnity at the disposal of bpaD. The Celtbratloa of American ladepta? dence la London. [From the London Stur, July fi 1 The eighty fourth anniversary of American independence was celebrated by the American Asaoatation of London, by a dinner at the London Tavern, yeaterday von nig About a hundred genth'men sat down to a sumptuous repast, at seven o'clock, under the pre*ldeney i Onml OmbML Amongst the company were his Kaci-iieiicy Mr Dallas, Mr. Layard, Mr. P. N Dallas, Mr. B. Moran, Hecretary to the Legatioa. Mr. Cropeey, Mr. Thornton Hunt. Mr J. R Crnekey, Mr. Darling, of New York ; Mr. N* S. Ikxlge, Mr. Kellegge, Mr. T Hawksworth, Mr Taylor, Mr. Fumum, Mr. Fventt, Dr. MoGowan, Capt. Tucker, Ac. Li tters of regret for unavoidable absence wr? announced as received from the Hon. Root. C. Wlnthrop, late Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Seuat<>T for Massachusetts, from J. Lothrop Motley, the historian; George Peabody, Esq.; Joshua Bates, Esq.- the Right Hon. Milnur Gibson; John Bright, Esq., M. P.; Rus- ' sell Sturgie. Faq.; J. 8. Morgan, ftiq.; Mr. Alderman aud 1 Sturm I'mRiya Mr. Alderman aad Sheriff Gabriel, to. ! The tm:Mgi said?They were met to celebrate the anniversary of a day ou which a young, teeolute and de lei mined nation stood alone m the presence of rriands aud lore S.noe then the government of that nation bad oeeti maintained with unblemished honor, and by being invested in the hands o' the peap)? hud attained uneaamiiled success, and had been able to diffuse happiness and prosperity to the people. That nation afforded an asylum hi UN' untortuuate ami uiair<*sou in every country ne N-ggud to nrnpone, with this brief communication, "The day ? celebrate " (SjipU'iee.) "Yankee f>*nlle.'' Mr I'Aiaaa, in responding to the toast, raid that ail tin wire present were ell a?rare of the peculiar and uuivtisal rent witti ?bic) this anniversary waa treated by tbe.r lellow citizen* is the 1'nlUjd States, and the kibuly principles of their government aud the devote 1 IsttrMn-m wti.ih *'-re inseparably aaao lated with its romemhr uire Yi F- urtb of July waa the hallowed birthdav of a (treat nation?an ejnich lUrrstrloue for the exhibition of Luiuait t irtue, and lastingly auspicious to raaukind He might gratify toein by dwelling lit detail, aa he had otlan heretofore done, ou the eouobluig characteristics of tboee early heroic day* Fven in this capital, none would listen with relurtan* io the repetition of *uch nun? a* Washington?(great applause)?franklin, J< (Vernon, Me d ]*i <ii. or of the description of famous Held* of flghi, such aa hunker Hill, York town or of the majestic deliberatioua of coun.-ela, such aa the Continental Oougri**, pre aided by Hancock to the American ear, at leaa., the music of that welcome theme never ha l and never would loan its attraction*. Mindful, however, of the limits of a proper reserve, he w old ouly add, that the spirit in which thvy celebrated llioae revol itiooary limes was neither ungenerous nor exclusive; but that, on the sontrary, that spirit would be warmly maoifeelcil whenever ana wherever eimllar excellence was exhibited The hearts of bis countrymen expanded to embrace true greatness sod benauiniity tn every rant and in every ra -e (Cheer*.) At this moment, iu a somewhat distant island?(t.-emeudo'i* applause)?a aponuneoua an I v dun tary iraurreet'ob urainst oppri-eaMO. eru?lty and wrong, ban awakened* w oie spread sympathy. (Ken*wed eboer ' ug ) fie forbore making a single comment up?u that move ' men!, but f there were found among the .Jiampioua of Sicl- ' ly'sriabtaandlibertieas wiae,dlslnt?reated.Ju*t and brare 1 deli rerer who coauected the heroism of the present hour with the hsrotvm they were com m-moraling?that man waa isribaldi. (Tremendous cheering, amidst which three cheers for Garibai i were proposed tad given ) The ( kaisman then gare "The President of the foiled v1"'"' "?.v. / Hail 0?> cmbia " The ne*l tnaal was "Uw Queen," proposed bjr be Chi:mh, ml received w.th eathiaiaat i< applause. "OuO aa\" U>e Queen '' The Oaiasj.s, m expressing lbs thanks of th* aaau ciallxo to her Majesty for I be l.?n of the rru^nifl^nt portr Ul wbt Jtt aJorti?xl the walla of the room on that occa I km. read a letter from Colonel Itippa, written at the command of her Mujraty, .n reply to ta utr talion to bar May tt) to allow hot portrait to be takeo by an tmertcan artist. The letter, after e*ore?aing tb ? fratitontun which her Mejeat r eiperiun -rd on receipt of the kladiy sentiments nf the titlcma of tha I'uiiM BtaWa, stated tk at though her Ma/tw.y'a Mififmcii't t.nlil wot admit of her sitting for an original i?wtrail, her Mtleaty would be most happT to (Irs erwry facility for the c tpying of any portrait alrealy palotel (Cheers ) The OaatnMA* tb- tt (*vr ' Tbo Diplomatic Service of ibr ( nited !>utr?," coupling with it the health of bla El rellaocr iteorge V Italia* Mr iULL**, la rrap>tailing to the toast, sail the diplomatic sera tea of tba ^tatiw embraced a roll of eminent statesmen, lor'ttdiug the Franklins, the Ptnkaeya and othe- :||uktrtoi> narrow, from the Revolution down to the present tim?- The reas< u why ibe r Mm ..uotrytn?o played so oouspicuoua and eminent a part in Europe a?s that they cam-' from a ftee country?(cbeera)?and were #<i?tain-d by the support and kindneaa o.' the American people. < Renewed applause.) Mr. Caiwaat |im<w- I tba health of the Chairman Id a fear eulogistic remarks Tho low*i waa riiatved with hoaor and duly responded to. The Ckmpbell* are coming " Mr Fatkitv pro(?aK."d lt?e next boat Re and there w-'e? Englishmen who fell aa much pride and pleasure at Ibe great nation <? 'he other aide of Ute Atlantic aa American# themselves It must be remembered that at the time of the American Revolution there waa here at home s large and popular party who tfvrr believed thi* c untry tia.1 any right to tax the oniony, and *(> ' druggled to the end agatud it (Applauar i Tt?e very laat mee, h delivered by the Karl i f Chatham waa a pr.>te?t agaw*t that prm->ple illtar.liear > Alter a (r? n>mun upm the prreeui aa pret ?.f nali-mal inde|>tidenoe on lb<' CiUlllWIt, * I a warn <iilwi>m no the <iara< tor of tfeneral ttaribwJdi, be gave "Sat <>oal In lepemtau lb- pathway to Indlfhtinl Uteri frwnd happttieaa." (Apptaiaa.) ' Tbere'i a gi*?t tune cm i tig ' Mr. A. H Uli*>, la n apmi ling In I be toaat. aaid be pit'ed the man Wb<> did In* rpyi?H-e in tbe io let?ii l.'O. iof tmrrini The arnttmeni waa wae with wtmu ill frwitt nun oo itaiar .ly aympatbl/e, but yet there w?e oiitie. per hap*, lean practically enforced It araa tb< right of all oat urn* in be free <4 foreign intervention ai 1 interference tn be nationally tnd< pendent There were but two nation" really free in the true meKaglaod and America; aad tba former would be nrnre *e peep than "be waa at preanit by tbe a-imuwion of a large body <4 tbe latelligeat of the work tng rlaeaee tn the ruflr^e. (Cheer* ) Happily tba principle of oatmeal liberty waa apre?dlng among all etcillied men, and there waa reawai to hope thai a united Italy would rona lake |te plaie in tba family of Malum* thai hail ?\i-ee-?fu!Iy aa?evted tln ir right to rule thetnaelrea (loud cheer* ) tt'lttoout doubt tlitw Would l?e the lanue of the prv?eni noble movement. If foreign intervention did not prevent It. and he trusted thai Kb rlai.d. at all event*, would te- no party to no dlahonornhla * pri? eeittng Hear, hear < Mr ITW-Wtn. of *ii-w fork tn an) eloquent *peerh, pro i The praaa?alike the oflkpmng and rv| U nation and prgr-w* ' If Mackav re*)??n led A really ft** praaa, he mid, waa of very wmlern late an l a free no* *1*1 per proaa eiialed nowhere but In Kftglan I and (mere* In lite ?'iir?a of a hundred year* he anticipate! It would be free everywhere?f?v*er?t?an<1 exwnwh'te the free preea of Uieee two nation* waa ejer<-t#l*g a won 1r"U? in IInote* fhr good all over the world, tl waa a g e?t b!-*a log for ta.'Undj[he bettered, that America achieend h <r freei|..m fHear heart "Pre people of tmer ? f.> .ght for the prim'pie that taxation ag irt from reprunenlat n waa tyranny, and the peopta of Rhgtand were now ab > it to light the ?vme prire pie in th<' H "i*e afQdnm ma f i morrow a girt the haul* would bp b'gin?(obeerrl ? in I t waa devontiy to he hopeil ihat the triumph w< ;M be peedy .m l eo aplete. (itieer* 1 ffre, the . or.|ijer'rtg hero comae " Mr M K K' < inn pr<'|-'?ed. ''The imer.oan t*wr? .atiou .a londta, and ooupiod a th it the name ,( Mr. T?uwrr ? Hc?r, *b-\ la reapcad nf, ruled tha^ NEW YORK HERALD, t ie otjuci of the aseociaton ra twofold?to en iendly lb-Hag between &>g)i?bmen and ?mr ' * , relieve destitute cttieeoa of the United ? hi n, bad bo. li materially aasisled during /** *>,71*.V General Vawne-MdOKi g?v# "The Ameri' '* cr can tile Marine," which ?u reapuD ' f:1 **" Beorntary of Legation. ** 10 ?T ? M<> A I ft* on the ocean wave," Mr ("HofKBT bogged permission ^ ?s not on the Chairman's list. i tT.-aUteiee oerol Garibaldi, wboao hea .^Voee^ to eutogtee ;z.M AL?1 u?' Futid announced that ho id just received a .e fj*^ Oeceral aiding for two $, w*^d ,l.h x^rong guna. B?*V?nte, *Tb* Hree Lnatttutvas of Bog .5* L'alhnA States?the aeede of liberty throwghutlhtWorUt" ^aaooovrsw responded *"'j -eras_amg loan in were, "The Vice Prudent of the ^sociation, lir. Ornehey," and "The Ladies," wh>rh were duty nauured. and the company separated about midnight. The Caiway Packet Contract. [From the London Times, July b ) The Galway packet contract stands in a very curtoua position Tim plot of the story thick one day after day, and It .s confeesed that the solution must be kit without prwjudioe to tho omnipotence of Parliament. Probably most ot our readers remember the earlier stages of the transaction. In the mouth of February, 1849, lord Derby's government entered inte-a contract wild a company known aa "Mr. Levei v Cenpany," whereby it waa agreed that in consideration of an annual subsidy of ?78,000, ? tin* of mail packets should be maintained betweeu Galway an.] tbe In.tod HUU-m Great, however, was the commotion whoo this contract transpired. Another Atlantic Company, which had beon anxious to compete for the servtoe, and which, moreover, had received amuranoe that the aervice would be op i to competition, felt naturally wronged by the ari.? * oienl thin pr,sately coodwleJ. The people or >*da bad rea?onable ground of oompia nt .n .1*' - 'hat ibeir claims, notwithstanding au understood ' to the contrary, were swain d ;sregarded, and th.it snh-i i -?i English line's were ffl-ti directed to New Y rk and >!>va?n, to the prejudice of ports more desirable in the interests oftheookiny. Finally . the advocates of economy were iustiflsbly d.psatiofed. for it eeerned tolerably clear that the service thus largely recompensed from the public treasury would have been undertaken and d isobar (ed without any recompense whatever t<eycnd the profit ac cr''.ug from the postage dues. However, the thing wan done. The bargain, according to precedent in such matters, was complete, far lord Derby had only exercised the authority and discretion which he was conceived to possess, and. whether the contract was judicious or utter wise, it was at any rale accepted. On the faith of ibis acceptance shares were purchased, money raised, and packets built, mtil at length, on Iriday last, tue very day when the subject was discussed In the House of Commons, Mr laing received a despatch with the information that the first steamer of the new line had actually gone t > sea. Nevertheless there was a b'tch to be got over st U. lord Darby tad done what none of his predecessors had ever done in similar circumstance He had utroduced lata the contract an express declaration that the subsidy was to be payable out of moneys voted by Parliament, and had brougnt torn provision or reservation distinctly under the nctice of the con tractors. Parliament, therefore, was to have a voice in the matter; but could the questiou be consider ed as practically open when half a million of money had been subscribed and expended on the faith of the settlement? Four fine ;iack Stg were b?sp>ken at a cost of ?100.000 each, and one of them, as we have said, bad actually sailed. To d.scues the validity of a contract in such operation was like debating the preamble of a railway bill a month after the tine hail been opened fnr traffic and yet, if there was to be no disenssioa, what be came of the approval reserved for Parliament? Things were in this predicament wbea the Select Gommtlles ap pointed to .ixjuire into the general question "t such coo tracts made their first report; but this report contained do decisive opinion on the ilalway affair lite Committee, indeed, deemed it " unnecessary to dis< use whether, md"r peculiar au.i exceptional circurn stances, it may be expedient lor the House of Commons to deviate from the ordinary practice or voting lite moneys required to carry out contracts wh..h the execo tive government have conclusively effected within the i'm ta of the r authority, ' but, though tin y acknowledged that under the actual terms of the (la! way contract Parliament could withhold the hinds, they were u not prepared to recommend this course." These explanations will elm (late the quest ons(with which Mr. laing was plied an Krlday lart. As I happenel, the very affair thus strangely suspended was the inly one excluded from the matter hi fore the House. Mr. La. eg had asked for s vote of s million and upwards lor the packet service, but tbis sum did not comprise any provision in respect of the Galway contract. The cousequence was, that all the gentlemen politically or patriotically Interested, pressed lur an exp'anation of the omission. It was in vain that Mr. Iaing declared it meuut no thing, but was merely a matter of account. The con tract was not n operation when the est'mates were prepared, and therefor* waa not brought to book? that waa all. As for the question itse'f, it would remain unprejudiced, or, perhaps, raioer gain ibacffoiherwia? by being a dependency proposed T.i.s waa all very lair, but was not enough. Was th" government going to sup port the con trsct as well as br.ng it forward' Would it bebroujMon as a government proposition, and sustained, as Mr. Butt put it. by the full weight of government lutuenuer" To tl>e*e hmne questions m losing bail only to reply that am ther report of the delect Committee was ? the eve of a| tearing 'hat until .1 appeared no " positive undertaking ' could be given, but that as *ono as it was n circulation government would come to a decision on the case, and give lh< House " a full and fair opportunity" for consider.ng the whole subject. W"lt. tbe *'orid report has appeared, and the question IB more oompiwmvea *nu rawer .?wu iiviuiwi iiud iv w*a before. In ihe first report the -immt'.tee had (inly i?n influenced o their esti'iiale ( f the Islway enotrsci by tbe generally Imprudent conditions under which It ha I b( ?n fleeted; but no* comes sonieth ng wcrre. The oomm lltee Inform the House :hat Mr, I^ver, th" original promoter of the (i*lway line, ei b red on the JJ of June, ISM. Into a formal agreement with Messrs Irwlo and Helr.i-e wvreby he on. euanle l to pay them the sum of ?lb.000 if they could bv their tflhrW or influence procure fbr h.a line a government subsidy of ?173.640 (aa amount a'culaU-1 by the Cunard precedent,) or a pr?i"iriinnately mailer premium in care the subsidy should l-e less To put it)tx transaction beyond all l mbt tbe ortuei deed * c i dined, and If printed ,n the evidence What, then, do the committee sty to this" Why, th'?y say 'b.it. thou .-'i Ihey have no ground for supposing that Messrs. Irwin and Holmes did resort to .toy "corrupt means ' m carrying )ut their lart of the agr- -nvut. jet "the -torttou ot 'in lue influence'- could n,?t, according to their inference, bate been eacl jded from Mr. lever's view' when he made tbe bar tain Aa tor, in fa-1, aa Mr lever it coareraed, they lorm a di-tinct oynum, an lobaerve thai, "tf Mr lever, who enured into this agreement, were himself the contractor under the <i?lway contract, yo ir vunrn itee could not doubt that the House should withheld tho moneys necessary for carrying it i to efliscl '* The cave, however, cannot'be thus simplified Mr lever, we are told, (till holds shares to the amount < f about on- fourth of tbe whole stock, au-l ia still a director of the company but there * e ooosid- rab'e Usty of adejer-dei.t pr >pri-? tors. and the Board of Directors ut a.-spititcd o' all vomiiliClty XI the transact isis lef riesi to A), having Urns S tied the Utah feci* <>f tie- case, the CnRimittos oti'l re fre e fn-m a deflaite ri-commeieUiuHi, eed "deem it ra ?<t adr ia*Me to leave the dvctswo entirely to the ^uUgm-vit of Vhe IPwtse, witbo .1 suggesting at y opinion ut the r own. ' We will not venture ipun the ground which th? onaimlttee have avoided, but it seeme pretty safe to anticipate that lb# seas-op of UrtO wtfl net esr.s tc s c>?-? without at least one more utureetxg uebate jTtotn Dublin eorrsapncdcnM I-oodm !?i| THK litLViT "OSTAL CONThACT. Tbe following curious st item- ni in reference to t'je final fat- of the celebrated tlal say Lever subsidy appears in the Dublin >'i m?o 1W For months pant frteod ami foe of the coot met hare been Ucltty prvptr'og for a ca Ustr -phe of some kind or another w hether its true nature la correctly Indicated by the/Ysfa few weeks. If not day*, will tell ? A rumor of strange iTpvrt abroad n reference to this company?a rumor most startling ,n tts natnre?*r.-t one well calculated to r->u?e the merges ut those interested In the succsea <>i th;s great national undertaking, it is o<?tld"ntly stated that at tbe very m menl when,by - i- rh man IMtka, this Dm has bosh f.i rly start" 1 ? it the very moment when, notwithstanding -trejuous oppo sltioj. the llovwrnnient find themselves ilmuat ooorood t<? sanction the sub< dy," an arrangement it* beet, ooo eluded fur a transfer ?f' the a ibsidy toarivai cnmi-tny, hiij luai iota eacriore if ri t oniy o?inuunci oj a Br it tab Parliament, but urged by tbem upon the director* It we .nidge tbe lrt*b proprietor* aright, they would [ice Or a win! I<we uf tbetr capital, 1b eno*arrr>n( to carry out tbe project ia it* .tlegr'ty, to hocnmltg the rectpi eota uf the paltry return which they would bo onlit'ed to u con' nung |<artira to th* act of inju?li?"e. It m?y n t bo Urn late to counteract lb* v.l.atu) probably mar .It acc?<m|il*hni?tit. but a nv<m< tit atwuld cot be itn ,n orgaiiixutg a powerful uppieilion. The magtj.Oc' i.t ru>am packet. the I'later. belimg'ng U> lerer'a lialway tine, waa raMy launched at J!'It at a uuartrr pud aix on Tuesday even ng, July J. Too won ttn-r aa? flno, and there waa a rrry largo attendance of rpc- tatora Lltrratan aad trt. The Bonner /iefoag c.mia n? tbe following ? Brudhnai t Mmiarlua baa laat iranamtled a very valuable tuuvtcal ratio to the library gf our unlveratty It a a abeet >f p? par filled with note* n Beethoven'* handWT ting, met* 11ing fragment* of the principal irta, in ">prano, in Itie brat net "f fidelio," wiUi a var ety of other aketche* of pompnaitKut. Tbia W a valuable addt'oo to our beautiful collect .? of autngrapt a " Tb?' Prince of Walen baa boon pleaded to contribute ?60 toward! tbe com/lotion of the -Vbool of Art. Vuixhall, the nroi atone of which kua Royal IlighnaM laid on tbo 27 th hit The M#n*rh I bagman, aayv lb- t/rndon .t'bae a, are determined that the L,tw or Robert IWepheneoti" ah til ha well t<<oo la addition to the engagement of Mr Tenfft-e 000 they have algued with Mr William Pole. Pro'eanor M Civil engineering .0 Colverolly College. for the pnroly orlentlfle technical aad englneertng part of tbe work Meoora Rut'edge ft On . of I/mdon. announce M forth rowi ng, t.ar oaldt'f Memoira. writtee by blmoelf, aad edited by M Alexander Pvman." ".lean le ,a R.* he. a new norel, by tieorgo Rand. baa been brought "it by Veaaru- Hacbette ft Ob., Parte Mr Rentier a Ju?t pnbriahlnt the aeeawtd verloa of '-The Our wltiegnf Natural H Moey." by Mr rrwaft Buckland, of the ftermd !. ft tJuarda The rfflinone nailed "*be rvrteot " wV h h.*vo bean real and aim I red in the OirnhiB (aara tbe 1 end m 0orr>auiti lenlof the HanMT?bire ynwewwl), are by Mr. tieorg? Mx lonald, a native of Finally. Th-> -plend'd onlthrtlon of Vwfta aad autograph* (Vwm1 , he library of tfca^ate Mr t 1.1 rtnroinaateld. of tatim t mied .Male*. and oomprmng nearly two thoioanJ W.t* ef rare and valuable bo->?? many of them in neb blading* with drawing and aittegraphe, will he di?pna*d of by tle?-r? Puttbt * Mtn;w n. l/<n<t<>n, on the Uib of thie >n wth, and eight following day*. ITe lot. ion fjtrtw of .r, ne to a*y* ?Mr (Yopnoy-* 'art* picture of tut imn >n the lfi>.:*<n " glreo, we onppwo for the f'M 'Itn", * lively -tea to the e,? ftxrtic, ere of Sho ' lad an r-rnm'.t " of the v * Rorld. W? nary friday, July 20, isco. bam often pi'n '"<i with Mr. Cropney*? unalW tcrtcan river \ h-wk, auJ little b is of English borne scenery but here be Me grappled win larger i.-uturee, and br.ghfer colors, and grappled with Ibein with gr-at aucceM, 80 far ar w? can judge on Una side of the Atlantic. The very celebrated pair of grand gallery p ctoree, known m Prance a* "lee Oiseaux ' and "La Moulin de Clarenlon," piloted,Boucher, by command of Louui Quino', m 174b, was sold by M.-mm. Christie, Maoeon aud Woods, London, on the 30th nil., for 11.139 life Bono** books and mannacripU of distinguished rarty and tntereit have been recently disported of by Meeei*. Scibeby and Wi.klusoo, at high price*, ae w.U be seen by the fol lowing quotation*.?ri iLiaber, La Xavigat.ou, Ac., oour Antome t'huppin, 1579? HO Ids. Lucretius, Veuetlis Aldus 1: 15??19 los. Arvonto, a large and rare copy?110 I On Heuree a L'uwuge de Rome, Ac , belong .ng formerly to the Montmorency family? ill Hoi e Beat .' Marine Virginnla? ?i? 18t. lletro Beinbo, K me, a rare and magnificent specimen of the library of the celebrated collector Mecmaie, the Pope's physi .an; first edition, >535?188. Hreriar.um Juxts Hum to manse curias cum IWalterlo; a moat splendid spec mien of printing on vellum, by Nicholas Jensen, the rubrics and ntllal letters beautifully executed in gold aud colors, for Cardinal Grsarlnt, whose arms are emblaxoned in the lower compartment?1349. Lraami Aiogiorum Opus, a magnificent specimen of contemporary tun Lug in the droller etvle??91. Horse (Vatio Mariie Virginia 3eonndutn usum S&rum, cum UUendario,nass. xv set.; a maguiBc. nt TOanu.'icrlpt on vellum by an English scribe, with bpJendidly .llumioated capital*?La4. iviratii Car mu.a cum Commeutario, Ac.; su e Xi. ill.?lb8. Biblia Sacra Litina, two , ewe. it. *lt.; a most important manuscript, on vellum?1134 Bloo.li Klaril Trtumphanlis Roma . libri a., wee. xvl.. in Prioclpio, a fine -peciaiou of Pope le i X '* library?170. fiillla wa Dimnt; tiec. xv . a superb and highly interesting maituacnpi, executed by a .if .-tnati scribe (pro'iabiy Inrael von Uivue'.n the elder) m a bridal gift to the celebrated M*rg>rri of Au* ir.a a triuv jtriUlU urinuui ttiftttuu I.ICI ?lure?XJ80. Carsiodori Viri Speetebilis l.ibrt XII. Varla rutu. from the library of Hope l?> X. sibc. ivi ? ?6X CiceriH ..; Epislolie; sec. IV., beautifully Illustrate! mununcr.pt n gold and Colors??7?. Dante, La Dtvna Com me din. x.ec, iv., a most important and valuable manuscript, formerly Id ?be Album oolleotion??66. Gradual? cum Nctis Musicis, sato. xi., tbe most important of the Gradual" ever offer"-1 for sale??86. Missale Monartlcum. beautifully printed on vellum from the Giuuta press, 16Ui? ?1^0. CHIcium Eealat Mar.ie Virginia, tunc X'. >.,mauu script exquisitely written on vellum, a splei. lid and rare work of the Florentine nohool??170. Teetamuotuin Novum littioe, cum Caleodario-.Siec xti.-xiit., a most .mpor tar t manuscript, in tbe earliest style of ltal an art??05 !Vtrarca;Msc. xv a splendid manuscript on vdlutr.??115. Irce entii XI Kpistolie ad Pnn.'ipcs 71m; MM. Xfll,! i very important and b.galy lulerjstmg maaim.'ripl??106. Joseph! Hisloriade Gaptivltate Jud.norum, Ac : mc xv. a most elaborately written and gorgeously ilium.nated man'iser'pt on vellum??340. lecllMiarlum ot Hsqnenllie. cum Antipbooariia et Orationibus Festorum Kccles: a Romano:; Save. zyl., a must superb and interesting manuscript on purs vellum, richly adorned with ilium.uated capitals, exquisite paintings, and borders, most probably by Tadec Miuiatore??804. Tbe total amuuot realised by tbe two days' sals of this extraordinary colte-'; hid being ?4,134. lis. tel. MlKellansou Fosslga Items* Tbe Vienna correspondent ol tbe London 7Y"vj says that on the 20th uR. .birty nine Irishmen returned from Trieste U> una In the evening they all assembled m front of tbe British Embassy. The men, some of whom wen alBio-t in rugs, wen' to be sect at once to th-- frontiers aa paupers under tbe escort of police, the British govvrDTn?Dt not being inclined to par their expenses name, as they acted contrary to law when they entered the service of a foreign potentate. Ac art lie ry officer of Ifeasina, Gtptaln De Benedict is, whose father Is in oommand of tbe d.vision 'n the Abruxsi, having gone over t> tbe Sicilians, publishes In the i lti-'.al journal of Palermo ?" I am no deserter; an Iteltan soldier, I cult a camp of foreigne-a. to rally round the supreme head of tbe great Italian am.ly. King Victor Emanuel.'' 6 letter flrom Palermo in tae Sitcl- says? ' Ifter having pueeed a week in tbe C ty, and having obtained from tbe tips of the soldiers and eye witnesses full details of the combat and bombardment, Alexander Dumas and his friends left on the 18tb, each with s musket on his shoulder, to an. rnpany Colonel Terr's expedition." Tbe lft-'.i/'W announce (he presentation to the Corps legtstatif of the project of law relative to tbe calling out of 100.000 men of tbe i lass of I860 General de Iamorlciere has dtsm.saed some indigenous officers of whose adel'ty be was not fully persuaded, and bos supplied their places with Frenchmen and Belgians. Tbe Tope is said to haye taken Lord Pal morn ton's speech in very )U port indeed, and to have expressed his concern at such a view being taken of his government. The police returns state that as many as ninety five murders were committed in England and Vales in the year ending at Michaelmas, lt60. In the complete year 1869 coroner*' >n-)ueeUt found verdicts ef murder In 904 rases ,115 of them airaiuat women 1. The Iwmdoa ' AruWvle of the 31 mat. fay* of Um review of the National Rifle Association:?Many year* have I*?*?d since Wimbledon Common has aeon such a vast concourse cf p~>ple aa that assembled yesterday; do thing like li haa been -eon there mure thai memorable review when (he lYuice llegmt restored to the Duke of York his baton of F sod Marshal. There were probebly not lew than 100.000 persona on the Common and along the roads leading to 11. Great hosts of !?c>if-ts have made their appearance in Hungary, irtd pnrts of estates belonging to Baron r'ma have already bwn ravaged by the voracious Insects. The Magyar Protestants are striving their utmost to reinstate in .ts integrity their established church. 'VaiipMSwi y.ves an account of some extraordinary gvmra-i.c f'-ate performed in Paris by M. leotard. Springing up aul seising two lrcn'rwgs attached to n>|?-s suspended from ihe roof, he raiM?l himself '?y strength of arm until his body had completely overtopped tbe rings, and bis whole weight was liurne by the wrists, now placed entirely Is ! v uun St:,I bearing ou tbe w rists, he raised Uls feel m '.he air until the heal wns down aud h.s body perperdb ular almve. ity degrees he let the body bond back until tbe feet had gone below tbo wrists, and thru remaining In that jwwiiion for a few coods. he slowly resumed his rpend,-ular w ih lb" bead still down, then turned tis body aa it bad been at first and dropped into tbe place frisu which be had started. After wards, a long 'adder was placed at an ordinary angle against one of tbe raft'-rs of the re f. I/sdard jumpen up and caught one of the rungs. After hanging for a fbw seconds, be aud Jenly let go. and the lUrtaat alter, by an immense eflbrt of strength .bad caught one of the bars two feet higher. He ibere swung for a moment or two. and again letting go. sprang upwards aa before, and caught another bar above, , land which baa mat boen pcbNsfce'i It appears that on I tip* .list of Dec*inbar last uia Hernia army jonslsw-1 <>t 179730 men, of whom 79 067 ware .r active service. 43.'?21 111 the reserve, uj4 b7 tin 1b the lard wafer In the 1 n>Ul axe not im.liKl. il the co.itlngeaUi wfeioh the cantons have t? supply to the Confederation. The Qnpercr ?f the French tou r is to pace 150,000 000 frao-s at the d.tpoeal of the Mill'-Mr of Agricjltire and J Public Works, to be expanded iu trie completion of t.dcgrapbic lines, the retUir&tlou of cfenrch*s mid historical ; monuments, the rebuild lug of presbyteries and sou >o! houses, tba euoocr?geai0it f sciences, letters and the arts, tb? improvement "t public roads, rivers, canals, sea- c porta and lighthouses, ami agricultural operations. tiarlbaidi has taken opon himself to grant Pity fr->? admission m all ports of Sicily u> all produce of the Sta'M f of the King of dsrdltiia u ported under the Sardinian Hag. The Levant Mrroid learns that Ismail Pasha ((Jeneral , Kmetty, the real "hero of Kars' l has been appointed to a divisional cemmand under Nacuk Hatha, (he new chief of \ the army of Arshlstan. and will, in ait probability, have charge of the AI*pi>o district, a'.Ver be has reaaired pe-ce to the Lebanon. 1 In the year *td'ug Michaelmaa list 60 101 persons in Etigttnd and Wales were punished by mui1 Ira tee for I being drunk, or druok and disorderly. 10 400 of them , were women; the number charged was iv nt>3, '44,396 of tbem women. In 300 esses In the y ar 1K69. oa oruaars' 1 inquests, H wrdict was found of rued fr i?a excessive ] drinking." Wo took toll upon the 6,776.911 gallons of foreign wine and the 4,909,647 gallons of lon-igu spirits that were imported and retained for hoine cocsuwplUn in 1 1669-and as for bome made beverages, thr inland Revenue Office has just informed ca that in the year ending ll&rch 31, I860, the excise duty colli-- tod on spirits , amounted to *10.000,191, on malt to ?8.862,*5S, tn hops to ?462.881.. Garibaldi bast published tbe following decree at Paler mo.?" Consider aig the Jesuits and the L.lg'a-ans have, during the sad per-od .of Buurbonist domination, beet, tfee most energetic abettors of despotism, in'virtue of the powers conferred upon me, it is decreed? The -orpora tious of regulars existing In fllrilv. under the dirti-rent names of societies and bousus of Jesus aud of the R* Jemptor, are lissoived. The Individuals composing thorn | are expelled from tbe island, and their estate* annexed to ih- domains of the 8IM.' ' lite provisional government of Sicily bae appo.uted Prince de San Giuseppe its Charge d'Atfutr-s at Ioudon, and toe Duke dc Roccafnrle to a mmi.a' poet at Paris. It has alio Dsmei Co ml Manzoni Superintendent of the Hoe p tat at Palermo, in the room of Count Luoohetl Falll. The Carrier' Mrr mntile, of Genoa, in alltniiua to the troops which are s.-iur concentrated "U the frontier of Tuscany, statte that this Biuuu.uvre- f Ueoeral Iarooricj< re'?, far from being hostile to Sardinia, la rather to tended to coyer the I"ope's retreat to Aniona, in cane of net -weity. The Parle correspondent of the Gr.'V* says that a work ing cabinetmaker, of the Faubourg <b. An mine, was l ist week robbed of .IMf. (half bit raving?) by a young com radr, wbo left a U"te"io ray be war of! to fight in Sicily. The defrauded w orkman went at oc<-? t?i the Lyons Rail way atation and reined the robber, but to fold htm in hie arms and regret that a large family dependent on bia own exertions kept him at home. H is now positively known that General* Lanza and Ijc t:ria, when Warxg Naples, received ret-rated orders from Francis !I. himself to deatroy Palermo entirely before they evacuated it. The Madrid Ca.'tU of the 26th ultimo publisher an official account of the birth of the daughter of the Duoli <as de Montpeniier. The Infknt waa at once baptised, and received the inme of Mar .a de Ma Merc odor, and a great many others, acd among Om4d ' Hoy Tr.nity" and "All the Saute. ' The Queen and K.ag acted aa ipoosere, ana immediately after the ceremony the child was deco rated with the royal urder of Maria Louisa. The official record of the blrtb occupies, including the litis of the name? of the official dignitaries required to be In attend. ar.ee on the occasion, aoe leas than four oolumus of (mail type it. the Journals. A Berlin paper affirms that the chateau of Roeenhofen, the rummer residenceef the K ng of Bavaria, is being prepared for the reception of Joseph II., in case he should find it necessary to make a precipitate retreat from Maplea. The populations now under the nominal rule of the Snl tan ar??Christian!, 11,220.000. Mahometans, 14,120,000; and Jews, F00 000; making a grand total of 33,440.000 in Europe, Asia and Africa. The Levant Herald, at June 20. stye ? For centuries past the Jews of Meeo;wUmis have been m the habit of making yearly pilgrimages to the tomb of Feekiel, within so we sixty mile? of Bagdad. On arrival, tun? week! ago, however. Vouri Moustapha Pasha, the new Governor of the province, published s prohibiilon against the practioe, alleging that the tomb was equally venerated by the Mas Salmans, an 1 that he Intended to build over It a musque for the special use of Islauute pilgrims, by whom It would for the future be exclusively visited. In vain did the excluded Israelites urge the preecriptkm at centuries; the new Governor was Tea' to every argument thai could ba used. Thereupon the Jews despatched a deputation hither, to carry their comolalnt direct to the Porte. This has been done, and we have sincere aatlsfection in reporting that a vlaierlal letter was on Monday despatched to Bugdad ordering the -bigoted prohibition te bo at ones removed. The revenue of Great Britain has now reached the highest amount that it has ever attained In the whole annals of the country. The return for the year tading the 30th of Jone last present! a gross Income to the Slate of ?71,416,687 which exceeds the hlgheet amount oo record previous to the conclusion of the last French and American war. Meters. Coleman k O>. announce that, in consequence of the fhliure of several persons largely engaged in the hide and leather trade, we regret to slate that the highly respeslahle and old established Arm of Messrs. Htreaifeild, Laurence k Mortimore hare felt it to be their duty, under um aivtce or their larjceet creditor*, to auspeal pa; moot. The Jhmtear contains a not, Ocat loo that letter* of condolence hare been addraaaed to the Emperor and the Em prve* by the Queen of Roland and the Prince Ooceort, by the Emperor of Austria. the King of the Belgian*, and by the Prince and Princess Regent of Prussia. Th* AMcbm la Florida, oi r ur wnw comuturon pence. Krr Wan, July 14, lNO. Jkt Cnitrd Stale* Steamer Crutoder? Arrival af the Ship South Share?She Sods for Africa with a Cargo </ Afri cam, 4c. The United States atoaaer Cruaader, Captain Mafllu, dorlag her crulne on the northern ooaat of Cuba, baa beec rendering eery Important service* to the In teres ta of na- i rlgatlon Beside i the smjudo rendered to the French bark Bolide, from Macao, bound to Havana abe anaiated tn i towing into Nenr.tas the epantsh brig Pedro Banc bo, and endeavored to get ?1 from her shore the American bark John Henry, from England with coal, but abe was unaile to effect th* owing to the condition of her boile*a. During her cmtne the Cranadnr baa apokea 1?7 vaaaela. Arrived, July IS, ahtp Boutta Shore, lathrop, thirty day* froan New York this ship has bean eat oat by th* Coloaiaattaa So-iety to take ha * slave* now here to Africa. They were marched down from the depot to lite Fort wharf, an I debarked la beam foe the ehip, to tue i e?hm of SU Oo reaching the ship aae of the hosts awampeu m two were aromru. un ine moraiaK or tbe 14Ui imreaty lb?r, ooettiUtiag tb? blind. mtim-d aad i n?lnl, were Iran ported from tbe hospital, making tmr sntire inb? nbtppod 8M She tails to day 'or ife?u Core. It hi to be hoped that mora oar* will be arercieed In landing tbem at thli pit*, an tba bar la fearfa ia tbe extreme than waa in taking tbem off from hare. I lei I not the boala of the Water Witch bean there to reader | aid. the lore of life won Id hare been very great. There bare been no wrecks now for eotne time fudge Mania baa gene North to apead the euminer, and *h ?uM anything o xur wa mart arbitrate or await hia return Umr St. Thoaaaa Cwrmaf aMeaee. 1*1 Taome, Junr 29. Ihoo Market far Game /Wi and Praapft of Impruned. SfvrU Mark**? HtaltK?Commaratat. Me. Wa hara not much of commercial tntereet to adew there la a good demand for game chickens at pgr rem, under tbe impression thai the rummer amusement* in Un? line are to mcreaae by additional cotnpgpy from abroad with abundance at the precious metal to waste, Bared from rerohilmaary wreck in Meiioo. Our health good. Arrival* from the North bare placed with u? an J ample supply of breadst'ilT* and proem Km* and, a* we have but ftw resets In port, tbe demand for raport I* limited Dried deb in good order wanted. Stock of tld i drug, and bflu r adapted to Cuban market*. A c?rg.< from Halifax, British i.rig Velocity. wm sold at auction at $1 02 a tl per 100, according to th* condition of lb* ton offered. An amor led cargo by lb* American brig M ?ry H , from Boston, arrived 27th, will And a tolerable m ?r keW-ber Hah, if It turn* mil well, will bring from 04 a 94 to. freight*? Now York 40r a 4*c.. t9 mobuw-a no deck, botd M SO. to load at Fajardo. guano $4 to |w>r la, alt 8HC- P" bushel I mttd Kingdom?-tttgsrx ?2 3? 81. ?3, to load sugar* at Jamaica and Puerto Rico, otb.r Island port* in same ratio. No exchange operations 11 ftdTtSP. The health of lb* Island I assort to ha perfectly food, and wt are karplcg coot as PT?r. Kings County laprrni* (ouri?8p?i lal Trrns. flon John A. LaM, Juslioa fn tkt staffer qf affJvattom tf tk* Htrtor nf M. /Vfcr'g CAmrck, BmJt10C fnr it Jfaiufcuuw apataff LirnVry Mm rag ? Motion for a mandamus denied, hut without coat*, and without prejudice to a renewal of the application. It would, in my opinion, he improper to gmnl a manlsmu* until It la shown Uiat an execution on the Judgment in fa tor of the relators against Mr Murray In the suit re forced to In the affidavit Is an Ineffectual remedy. I do Dot mm* trial I ou*nt to aaaum- mat w win rmm too prorraa of the Ooart and main boofea to which b? baa do right after a lodrment agataat him. penally artar the explanation made by him to relation to tbalr removal, and hM de. laratmo auhataflt tally thai they will be bold by him amenable to ?nrb proeen* Without, therefore, paaaiac upon the m.-rita of the application, t aha!I dony tbe motion now, without projudtoo to It* renewal tad un dar the clrrumataDcee the denial la without cnwta The Mai ednnian to hauled tffto the Navy Yard. Porta mouth, on Friday, where an inapecVnu at Retx-ral quarter* waa made by the authorttiea The men deeervini ro<4 conduct di-vbarjten will receive ibem "tt pay day; the ; marine who are to remain en bard f?r the preecat. go to the PMtaaaoulh barriuke.nnme WibodtaeharRed.nthera to be allowed furl -ugh Tat Macedonian la in au efficient itale. |V>r an old ve*D<d after a crulae Hhe will be atrtpped ' and booa.it in a bort time aa there i? no probability that abe Will be needed very anno, teamera boinR tow the i order of the day. The tcadtof the Macedonian area jf jCBf.a j j:.i. 11 aa id tb? fornu-r It*tine*, and an on to the top of tb- ladder. But tbv moat extraordinary dwplty of the day wat liji doing the trap-with a ringle hand Catching hold f tb? croaa Ixtr with the right band, be launched bimaeif into empty ?pare, an i then, when the trapes- appro, iched tbe ulrn'St limit to which It could awing, he made an al m I aoperhuman effort. aud caicbing the bar ol the teeood trap*it with tbe name liar.d, w u> borne on toward* tbe other end of the talie; but there, aa ai* back km now ttrneJ to the point from which be had onnie, be had to i t go ml bold, ami. turaiatiig id tbe air, to ae.aa oo the weoder. bar jn?t aa it waa making tta dowaward awoop. tneb aa It B' r'd.the trvpeae wb.. h he food urt-d with, l.e again let g< . making another a--at-rate ?*ert n. Ciiugnl tbe oth?r bar skill witb the una- band, and being oonw oward by tta impetus, aligklad on iba platform which ha bad a|ood on at Aral I Tbe nobs g>nensity nt Garibaldi baa encumbered hira wiUi <* Hinde*! eti*Ba.ea. wboae en tiering* place ttvwa la tba rank "ftr ieada. The barbarooa bombardment of Pa termo baa ad Jed a Ur ig list of cajualtlrv, and the hurried preparation* which thin bold eblcrpriee teman.led htve not permitted any extended eupply of medical necessaries and .oatrumentr. On the 6tb of May, tba anniversary of Napoleon* death, a fuueral wrve waa celebrated it ibe <*th die church of Jameatown. It ieema that tba (phi lb the Mtbiftry at Palermo waa oauw 1 by dlfl-reoce of opinion relative to tbe annexation Prlo e Ttorrearaa. Prestoeai of the Council and Itoputy Ptct-.lcr, and I'.aael, supported by Is Karma. voted for lain - tste annexation, against wh>eh Garibaldi bad alrea dy p'.blicly prmoub'-ed. TV- Ocrvfv H'roat/iU of Genoa, announce* that Max tini arrived at Palermo oo the J31 June Tbe <^>iaton?. at Turm, now confirms the ta< t. It ha* been aUted mi goo.1 authority that the emigra tior. :rom Irelaad to K-xno will he for *? - time dioeontiaucd. Bo many of the aona of Pi Patrick have already arrived at Aitcona aad Mace rata, that tbe Papal authentic* a mot it seems, provide tor more. I *',*era from the Swedish camp of manmivres at Bo harp <ute that the Aon-miro* of Denmark and Sw"d?a ha' been living th.-rc in the cln?.-*t fnt moey for a we<-k A rep- rt waa prevalent lb the camp that the two fraud navian tuonarcha ba<1 oooclud-d a treaty of all! an e, ,,r;en? ve at.J defeuaive. In case tin- independence of ' remark ah mid be oetnprumiacd lb a ?truggle ari'lng from the B hlcawlg question. Tbe Tnr'-b Pirittv autea that It la fbrhldden to carry oti ka Id tbe streets of Naples, and that email light caotw alone will be t derated Ttna prohibitum arlaea. no doubt, out of tbe brutal aaaault ou Baron Brotuer. A letter from Rome tta tea that on tbe 211 oeventy two Roman (Mcra were pit oo tbe retired Hal, and placed under tbe surveillance of tba police, aim, thai fourteen other ifltoar* wtre arrewted aad acnt to the citadel of Asoona. The tjstrae Court have actually gone into mourning for tea day* lb honor of tbe deceased I risce Jerome Na pohn. The iAsdrs fso-vf annonaoes that large quantities of opium sad quinine are about to be forwarded from l/ondon for the wound-1 Ik hospital IB Biciir J-nooj the which the world na lately heard of, * It* inrantloa of an Italian? Florontin mnk.lt m siid?*bo ha* devoted many jiwi to th^ ttudy ctf ale. tridty ud telegraphic matters. He bte tetr? aiiwrdinary Inventlonr. which he Hi ubmitllnf to tlx- Kmprrar .if th? French It la Waled that amoo* them .? J.acowary of tb? maan* of ir*a*mittinf/ar hailu of hand wT'timc and manoacrtpta from <ui<?n to rtatkm. so that totafrapfc'c deepateh mar bacon* a ley*! document He an tJM iraoam l a likeneaa by Ui.h agency, to be rapwducef at the other and of tba wire. The CHnwow ot Turin, the Carour or ran, erprewaa* I u. If aa IbUow* oa lha late ,hangra at Nnplar ?Thank* to i U>- hare* decreed la tba napiul sf the amitbenrit log I Jotr, twoaty mtlltoaa of Italian* now ditpiay the national rokirt; tbay hare tba ftteloiu of tba praaa aad freedom I of ateocwtioa; I bay harr weMnc*, tbey can come to aa ' ua rr?taadtag with tba raat of Italy in order to aooalarate 1 ( ila an uBibcal a Are not thane liontlmole bmedtaf Wh would bav<" predicted tbm a yoar agof Whan the 1 arw* <>f the oonrtital on of Naplea arrlrad at tt.ma tba foort of tba Chrd oals must bare N<m aatr*d with terror fl >?ta cab no k*rcr Nv<>me a place <1 refuge fbr the Pope What ran the P-wit Ileal government do between Piedmont and N aptte' Ian era) Iamortocre'* pneltlmi haa become it, -re d Btcalt than err*r. ht* ally at Maple* baa rained the itv.dard which fr.gH< tut R- mo, and proclaimed the eon. ?i tntion which the Pontifical fowl con?ider? t? moat darrerona enemy. Can the Marcher and I'nM.a he much kr.rr retained! Vn 1 # not the tuairuin domination n Tenetia atroeglr menace.;? !*urh are the alranta^M wl. eh Italy may reay from the political chancer at Naplea fruacrtptrCf-4s **.'< '7 of f*U?r " 1 i i mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamrnmB BOARD OF ALDKRMCI. h* Kmmbi for DUnU(la( Mnenre. Crtv?? tad Tappna from U?a ^ (roton Vqarilact UcpartutBt-lUmoa trticti itoui CHIubi Vgaiaet tkt Removal of Mr. Craven. 4c., 4c, This Board met ou Wednesday evening, m purnuM of , call by the President. President Peck occupied ihn hair Till HlOlOJi BOaKD iflaaktlrtflt Tlie con. nun teat ion from the Mayor, removing Mr. aired W Craven, Chief Kngmeer. and Mr. T?i pan. Oota nissloner, of the Croton Board, was called '-'Palderman Porkiu. moved that the removal ef Mr. On. en be concurred in. The Chair raid the motion was out ol (filer, as the ronovals wire not divided. Alderman ctarr moved that the communication he Werr-d to a committee of three, which was carried hp a rote or seven to live. Ayes?Aldermen Smith, Henry. Sugley , Brady, Starr, Peck and Owens. Noee?Aldermen Rei ry, Tuotnej,Cornell, Boole aad Seagrist. " The Chaik said that there war a communication from the Mayor, containing the special charges against Mr Oat-en act Mi Tappaa. > The reading wan called for, but was "utpendad, and the lornniuti.cation was ordered to be sent to I bo committee. The following is the communication from the Mayor ? tl . -?-- , ? ~ V'.? Vn,r Tnlv V!t IMA To Tint Houowuilx th* Hoard <*r au>sk*k*?? GssrutMiw?< m tbe. lliti mat. 1 had thu honor to tub roil to your tionurtbte booy * t'onnuuicftiion removing Alfred w. Craven from the office of Rifloer of the Oo- , too Aqueduct Hoard, and Thomas B. Tappao from '.beoffice of Assistant Oouimasiotier of tbe Croton Aqueduct. Board, for the reasuus therein uamcd. Tbe Board have deferred defluite action upon tbe subject, fur tbe rea#oa, as was alleged in debate that the causes stated were insufficient 1 now have tbo honoi of submitting some additional reasons for tboae removals, which 1 am confident will meet with tbe prompt endorsement <>f tbe Board. It having been intimate I to no* tbat the estimates of work done upoi the reservoir now in court* of construst on already largely exo odod Its origiu.il estimated cost, 1 -ailed upon tbe Crotou lN>partmet>t for u statement?a copy of which is annexed, marked A?from which !t ap pears that the work already done up to April 80, IMP, amouuia to 8004,386 48. exceeding the original estimate for the whole work by more than $0u 000 1 have also called tor au estimate of the work remaining to be done to complete tbe reeervoir, and in reply bave been furnished with the enclosed vague and loose stale ntnis from tbe Engineer in charge?marked B?from which it may be Inferred tbat there is between 1160,000 and 8300.000 re mired to finish the work, of which onehalf or muie is for the gate house, which was net originally intended to have been included in tbe contract of Messrs 1-aircli.lil ? Co. These statements show tbe quantities of the several kinds of work completed and remaining to be done w the contract of Messrs. F.ilrchtld & Co., (exclusive of the gate house.) and on comparing these quint I ties with those origit ally estimated by tbe engineer, the following remarkable discrepancies appear:? First. That the excavation has been increased by an amount of from 30,000 to 00,000 cubic yards, or 7 per cent. Second. That the puddle has been increased by an amount of 2b 000 to 30.000 cubic yards, or 31 per cent. Third. That tbe embankment has been decreased by an amount of 215,505 cubic yards, or ooe-thlrd lees. Fourth That the stone peving has been decreased by an amount of 40.841 cubic yards, or 1-280 only cf the original amount. Firth That the paving in cement has been increased by an amount of 18,801 cubic yards, or more than cine time* greater. Sixth. That tbe onorete masonry has been ncreaseit by an amount of 33,608 cubic yards, or more than forty 'imea tbe quantity originally estimated. These remarkable discrepancies, together with the largely increased cost of the reeervoir, naturally direct at.entioi> to a more particular examination of the nature of the changes made tn the original plans which have caused these discrepancies and increased cast, and to ascertain their eftrct upon the Interests of the city. It vannivaa ailhar Ihn : ? >1 WnntvU.Wa ftf fin fin. giucer or the experience of a contractor acquainted with aurb work to determine the actual value of ibe different kinds of work required for this reservoir. Not ha vine ihrt knowledge, I have availed myself ol the opinions air the moat akitrul contractors, as erpressed in their bids for this work (see page 181. doc. No. 2, IMS), to ascertain how three change* w the pans have affbetsd the interest of the city and the contra;tors, and also how they would have affected the original award of the contract for this work. This eaaminatios leads ate to the conclusion that wherever these changes have been made they have proved very benetcial to the contractors, and in moat cases have largely increased tho amount which the city must pay for the work. For instance, a diminution of the embankment, tor which the contractors have only one cent p*er cubic yard, aid an increase on the excavation, for which they havw twenty one cents per cable yard, and a dissipation of the stone paring, for which they have only one dollar and inn cents, and an increase In the pavisg In dement, for whioh they have (bar dollars per cubic yard. The enormous increase in the concrete masonry, tor which the city is compelled to pay Ore dollars per cabin yard, when other responsible bidders, well acquainted with the value of such work, offered to do this item at much lam, eveo as low aa $2 98 per cubic yard, is another ramarkaile change. The document before referred to shows that the feigin?'i retime'.e<l the bid of Messrs. Fairchild h Go. at 89i,384 32 kiwer than the offer of Messrs. John P. k TrCummings, Jr , while It now appears by his present estimate of quantities, that if the contract had been given to Messrs Cummiugs * Co instead of Fairchild k Co. the city wooid liave saved over 840,000. The Engineer's mistake in this award s therefore nearly *140 000, and has rssulted in a lass to the city of over 840 000 as the Engineer has been proved to hare been mistakes to the extant of 8140,000, may it not be safely assumed that be is still mistaken In tb<- work to be dooe (seme MO.0001 In lb* same ratio, an that tbe city will probably l(*<- by this mistake nearly $100,000. Tbe notoriety which baa bees given to the largely laerrased euat, anil tbe expensive and peculiar rhncgeawhich bare been aiade in the plana of the fork villa reoervoir, bava dirrcuxl my attention to an examination of lb la work in the Brat tusiance.and the result baa aatiafled me that all the contracts which h*v? bean made, and all uf tbe work which lias been executed under the directum nf the Croton Aqueduct fVpartment for a few years paat, require a very strict investigation A large portion of this work under the charge of thia department Is of no purely a pnteaaioial nature that it must necessarily be left to the ability, industry and integrity ol the Kngineer of the Hoard, and if ha is waning In either of these qualificationt tba intereala of tba city must be sacrificed, aa it lias b. >-n shown to nave been in the case of the forks die reservoir. Tbe Increased consumption of water in the t ly baa already rthaislel tbe supply, and within the next fewyears it will be li censer) to adapt tha whole works to an incream d wmsumptiun and a more equalized d.*tr buttoa. Theae important changes m the werka, hsvmriug aa lanewaed capacity of the pipes aver the High Bridge, m tha Manhattan Valley, and through various districts la tha city, will require a large outlay of money, and it is .ndinpensable that tbe plan* of the works shall uow be arranged with the utmost skill, and tlisu the oar tracts should balet and ibe work hone so as to avoid tbe enormoua leaaaa etui error* winch hare b><eu shown to hare been made lm the new reservoir. In commenting upon this subject, I hare abstamed from giving currency to any of the rumors which hare reached me. but hare condncd myself to the results which are patent to any ottix >n who will take the trouble to examiaa the papers herewith submitted. If I am correct In the oonclusmoa draws from the atatamerts here prr*enti<d?and of ooures, being founded am mat heme'.Irs I data, there can be no error?I am eonfldeat your honorable Board and tbe public will unite with mw in the belief that A. W Craven, lh? Engineer, m diaquall DfMi inr iiw ini|b>rwuji ?*? um, mm viwi there to sufficient cause lu warrant me in h i removal, ud (he appointment of aonr other and more competent person In hie place Another cause is to be found la the fhUuwtng statement ?Ynur hooorable body. an a constituent part of thn(kmmon I 'ouocll, adopted a resolution to oootlrm an voterMTient fur pnvine Forty ninth atraet, from Th.rd to liPXiDKino areuue, a ith trap bk? k. In th>< le-rformanon of tin* work the I ugmevr aid no* exerc.ro a proper * lei lance The rvmoostraoce* of nearly evary property owner oo tbr line of Forty ninth street, bet were the above avenues (ropira of which are annexed, utarked C and D) disclose ilie tact that the mater.als employed were not la acoorduice with the teriaa of the contract, bat that an .nfbrtor quality of atone waa need, and alao that the work waa ( erformed in ao negligent a manner an to cauae It to aettla id many places imroe<ttat*ly after its completion. Tba lYoton Ifcwro bad notice ot the defective character of tba material employed on the work oa the 11th of October, IBM, bat notwlthatandioc, or tf* 14th of neoember, 1Mb, rave a ret titivate ol tta completion and acceptance, an whlrb, doubtleee, the action of the Common Council waa baaed Fitticr the property owners on Forty-ninth street, embracing *e\rral of our imet intelligent citi.'eue, arwntlerly mi-taken in their emphatic condemns! .oa or tba work, or Mr. Craven ban been guilty of grows negligence in ita supervision and exaatinairm. There is yet another case which caa hardly be reconclled with the constant care and -nt ire accuracy demand vl of one to wboae pr<'feaatoaal ektll la entrusted the <-fmetrixtkm of importaat public works. I allude to a rewernow in progress la Fortieth street, Niatb avenue, Thirty ninth street and Kighth avenue, In which an error in the grade was made of right I lichee at the maximum, which may Involve the city in litigation sad lasa, and throws a serious responsibility oo the Kagioerr of lha Rusf d. But there are other causae in which ao* only Mr. Craven, but Mr Tappas. are equally culpable. They have retained in office persona who have been proven guilty of official delinquency committed as officers of the depart(in the Tth of December, MM, Paul ChappeU and three other persona made s com plaint to the Creton Aqueduct TV part men t, stating, Is snWtMCt, tliat John Corn well and William Conbot had taken a one tract fbr the naeevaiioa of a cellar (Or Mr Henry J. Armrtrnng, at Yorfcvtlle; that Com well nad furnished powder, fuae and Uxua be-' lunging to the department to aid In the performance of Una contract, end that be had rraudalentlv returned tbs nme ol tin' men while working on this job fir which they were paid by the department. Cbrnwell and (Ymboy were at the time of the complaint and subsequently la the service of the department. Tubtlmooy wve taken as it regards these charges before tbn departmcrd. by which It appeared that the contract was made with Oonboy alone CVirnwell was fireman of a gang, and through his agency or assent s number of tbn men belonging to it were alloaou to labor on the cellar in course of excavation hv Cbnboy. time of the men umtitled that they Were paid hy (V?boy, other* that tbsg mnked gratuitously for him. an t several that Ibey cm reived pay from the departmn t for the period that they were engaged In the service of Umbos. 1 Hhfft IS tht I rest bet Ml ton 4 tofrrribf tb?

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