Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 3, 1860, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 3, 1860 Page 2
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o u loug %o oaf Chr.st.au inhabitant, an m%tter what his Color or sect, U u. any i?|>ardy Tint is parltouUtiy tbe cmc to the present in*Uace, wuei i ?e Meae ol hoj. tUitiee lathe era He of I'ariilianity, tne fro in d where the iNueota of the Lutnuj race walked aal talked a..l loved, act, most particularly. where thj ground 18 wanted for a railway to Iuiit. A new ort of L'.auJcr will swim (?pan) tho Hell, junt? ft Brunei or a Stephenson?an t bef-re many years the fiery hor^e will go careering ou liis way, thro, i/h to Syria and down the valley of the Eaphrstee. Th -a let the Druse# goto murdering Christians, and the Old Man of the Mountain attempt the game of assassination If th >y dare. The latest accounts from Sicily say the commauder ol the Kiug's forces at Medina is going to march out and meet tiaribaldi id the oj>en tleld, before he has a ehiuce to mount the bills in the rear of the place and bom >ard the town A wine determlnatIon but will it answer t 31?e town or the forti es at Mussina could not -laud uireJ days J' Garibaldi, with u battery ol a dozen jr"*1 sud injrtir* ? rf oncc in a poiltton on th.* hills i thousand feet above the devoted place. They cou d shell tue pi ice, an 1 lir,v red hot shot down on the hest!? of the garrison, while the latter would b> powerless for all harm. At Napld everything remain* at sixes aud seveni.no or.f h?\ ng a pnrlieJe of confidence in vouug Bxnba. V 4 nous rep iris art ?:! >at a.* to the cause of Garibaldi neu.i ng way 11: :n* after hr had made litta Premier In Siolly. The lrrev & ' .u? i I- that Ktrluwu under the thumb of C< i < hvi r. ,?u<l he under 1/oois Ntpoltua. If the Mr.i; I - i ?hat they are liguung tor?a ruler of their < wn r: ?lu the present staiQ of Earop'ao affairs, It will I little short of ami.acle. Several Urge steamer* La. J u pUUUaal'U 1U r.t gun 1, auu ill ? n .*e rn wriei ib<- li cause lookt stronger than ever. Of ooursu, nn patteu ie manlfesU't ttut M..*slua is not c*pturod, Cala b* t? attacked and Nnp e* orwlhru?m; but iti.-jio operation*. i vluoI be accuinpllbhed iu a >1 ty. Id the oi'.d^l of all Hum- fus.ous, uttack* and couater attvi ?, there U to b? another Ho- a! Coufur.-nce. Thii" lime tin* j>urti.n are to be. Krtocw Joseph of Auitrla, the Prluce u ,'r la. an 1 tin- Kui?i? of 8a.\<>uy, &>boatia aud ever* 'iht r of the p' tty rnjal farms of Ucrtniay. Tuujr aret.inict.it r ^hlz,* i. little * ?. r i< i> mi atnong the s ..? of B l.'Oii i Ttv re J-wli-rtck William and >r.tn< J. =eph wilt cooi| ,?r? ii 'tea, :ui 1 1'tcU can tell ttie other a inj<h u? In- pl.-avs of Imjierial go^jip at Villa KraiuA ur.d Bailee Hi Ion II 1'raoci) ctu get Sardinia >od NapU-r .m . .0 t'-rin*, n.-nd a Urge aray >f Ihr It i. i i uuili-r l!i" "W Iiiii?n il 1,: to attack VeuoiU, then. w lien all is cnnft'*rnati>xi from our ead of Uer li.acy to the other the I ron It cohort* e m inarch qpoa the Rltib* W; nk.tl |ir .vu I/"1W N'.i,i >1 -U II puy. it* a i..II. !. ikII !>>.;. > I ' <| i n rolling, w li i Man i>j < i ry :i lb b e.. mm ltd tUoy liav I- i T i! bad w u * will sprlug ojt ?I tb - * liitnir : - :*!>!} pro ible; but I cannot 1 if I lh- t ; ,1'Tlll It i! I" I. >111 aO-l t??" Will w :u I it. : I. 1 J\ lag mi'il, i:itrigtiluK m.-n, cii 1 < . .:i g m ii g-'iierally, pi\j oun t < i i aiu tb ir tin*: - .?k? <>'tn lost, ami th.*y are I i itr m.j'i, t.. it . ?%.?ry capital to carry on a I t r , Tati.-ii " I .s.1 Uilim :t would bo any loin to ( i!. the Mile petty king- uud gr*id duke* iu ?;er\.ii,y were pounded up ma iu- rur th.-ir e-tat ? c >n 0 ; -l lor the poo,, u'ld tii.ir ii.im -.titled .til ciali: u.pVt .) i! tbl>.'iga.sl< tl; but lie'U"xl ii'.i.'-ti.i.i i wl.u !. t i r';bt lo ii i ' i ' ?1 tt r- ,"iuik .- iveroign (ih'" <t tin- spoils and lb rule belong* Dip tu uikey !<* ciIii.k lit ta i en tli.' 4t I the dog by cut in,; the otia <o:' hlnib- ;r pita.-e i Hf'tli* r 1 ugatit. II*1 !iu J idi ;i i ut lit the Ft?t w !l pit .pit its in ti tt r- *>t:i rt k '-'I to T si key, ( .r all a< ;<hmU sigrea that tLeT... tb k '! ifoi'd. i 'Stead of protecting lui v?tiris t W* a.'t'. >.--.?t l! .- imrdei rilbliot mj-t bi1 n -i , ?*I If tF "in r of Rii?sla li t? any im n -dl ate ,ti .n t? UM :. ple, he tiny Uud large* a and land I i , s fiout lb ' f . t*l kingdom- of lb ' >V.al all reai . I. up in a:;) ttie ail?irK Iu their own w?y; at auy t!r 'be conn try between the M'aek ioa and t'li L* van!, . . a-t towards the valley of the K iphrates anl Ti,r The sootier a railway an I telegraph lino au 1 a t ha. ' f m : rftabl -hod through Ui dli>lrlct cljar to B"11 lit the better, an I the aooner wilt that Ian I, or. '. .> bl-? - J and Utterly curse I as " lubyloa*' and tL- a', t all iu lait- be ra? le to contribulo iu quott toll." | - ''uc'.ive Ctri*tatiiiy, the ciminw >nl the prog" ? >f the age Tie- k?u t M di innii and P t^in uini are mi' to t" -I lU pro * -w oi ChrMtia.i warriors, tie lieller Mill It be '.>r the world. TYe ?t. ,ii i li. e bati rea:hod another ph?-e in it* rhrckert d cart er Ti? . ? o?ery h.a* J'i*t b ii made that l/'fd ; t.u r.,toi. * goverui. I would an XHtO aee It gn do* i!- Hot, ai'd Ibat they are Lot gon g lo endeavor la get tn IV nttnr?n? to vole for Ibe mlisi ly. There U th"1 gr. C 'tiften ation niong the fri. ndn of the hue, and effort* are t' lug maOe to avert llu doo:n thai aeeiu im niln t I believe, ;ta I have from the flrat, that the a lb ?.J> v ; be granted: bat II will be ouly after a draggle. An a. 0'?k>'i4 Conditi n of artaim eswt* In Parliament. Mr ( Uc*t< u? ban been defeativl on hia m?-t darling niei< "H. ar.J it i? not believed th:it he ha<< over tlfty or at*t? of hit own i?urty with him. Tb? most i.n|Kirl-int me: - ? are entr ! o t" him. Ho carried the Kronen treat, b> b;s eloquence, but oue stipulation afU'r another Itaa f?U t. iht. ti 'ii'. t i -.til now lb -re n m'ar.'e a IVr son, out of Par'.ian ul, tlnl floe? not cur^-' tbetrcttjr. I uo milder term, and say it in .->11 a swmllc anda.-liiui lii. t fleet 011 trade are certainly very un sati.?firto'y *i Iar. Mr (.11 Utone ha* large Urarpool proj*'; tf Interests, and to bit Imlrr m rci?*n h to b? Q^mnUuU lU i^uuii 'u ul iW li?iw?y eobaidy. T ? day iti- xpivted l!,.it tin- Erectors of the Gal way Bo.trliav < -u- l .:. u ?>o .? I t 1 l?-l. ve the report to Ik premature. TL. subject la expected to com.; u|> for Jig cut* >n in alM>ut Un days > r a fortnight. A wry H'i. rriiui.i.u iritl bu just been concluded bert of Mr William Henry I'-at tiara, for netting intc l*a;: lai'-nt bj brlliwi itn-l corrt.ptloi. I!< is ?Miclct?d. but not; .1 nt'iiltoori. Ot course there i< a preat ileal ot .liy In h.ai by ihoee honorable M. I'.'a who arc In I'ar. in t by ti" belter rl^ht orb) no puier ;>roo?"n tliai: tbc ( tie by which he obtained hi* Ml; bit h?u subj el to the dmgrai e, lot of bribing aim,>iy, b it of be ti>|r I' l i> t Tl. .e i- a ?i ddl-renco U, l? "?n the carpeted Bo- rs of s>t Stephen's unl the ch'?erl -*a dun gt->n of a prion's cell I hope ho will b>?r tin pnumli metitwitl tin- equanimity >r.i philosopher. Hj noeda a loft\ aplr-t tn BarUin him In his trial. Ba. '. Kotli-rlitld'f p?|?*r begins to be m fear lint the Jrauli B?ii 'Mi. *! Kmc l> ai'ia is in d.?.ig<>r, and no* the ?11 fti'.iidcrer" in beginning t.) pat tbc bloojy tiaiid-Ht d.<apot on Uie bark It is lint kind of a umr.-e, of < j ; >lltx tyrant ?: 1 glrifylog and def.'inlr, tyrant^, that ha- disgusted tee hugliah |x-op!o with ili? T\my t. *?|>ajx r If I/"ils Napolem wuuld ooly give lu "nry ? ti"Ugb the T\m*j would "go ia" for the Krutich Km;?r ?r and all bis Intrigues, double dealing and en cros< bmeot*. It has breu b?ilo?tog for Hti;irt lately by p t* iaumiig In a loud voice to all reader* tli it single copi ? cottM be had for to'ir peace at all t ie raiwty ?ia t ??, *nd in i ring aM purrliMser* to wf I'm the puHltshsrm If a'.y on-' hm the au I* ity to inaiate Oliver Twist .tut ask tor "m r* " Ttie Tn***' gruel Is U1 k) 'for "Uilct and ?lal>," but thin and w.t ery, and the nr<s ; reading wi i! I are b< ul!) -ug l.' And that aereral other Journal* g.re e I as g<ioa a report ?f everything worth k.iowing, erei. to new* from foioigu countries, by able cwrwpoo dstil Kr<? trvte prioclples are progr??sin|r A loc*l Jjur Hal I.a.- tlie tolH'Wiu. ? tJiod ue re* >-b'-a ua fr?wa Riiaai i It ift "*r? lhai ij?e Ravr?-r &a* U ? ;ed a kw aweepti.g away U>a wttile ot the dw ii. ? lutbrrto alt teMnf tu foreuni auiijaola trvlm* la Uial ewu.'nr. the rr?n>pl ITeei an.l vnnli ?ni-hir?rvri)' Uio.-'t .*?-tti; < ni?) t'e i-tumii'-l fnmi tlie f?-t Uiiimilin arbole lit a# an empire there are. to the Iwwt o' our I- 'lief, 11K B?re I j.n a < '-re of fotri*n mer.-ai tile iitui* * hich hoe l>e-<n able to c rry rn buateeM 'ibout laL n( th o*ih of a'le< ?i -e to 111 I; > III gorrrnairnt f be I ?peri ?| u'? iae bMHM ii tern ? i t ; ,?ti and eo I Meninonl ?lil< h will he h tJ.e 1 ariih the crest.pienaure b> ail ioiervrte.1 In ir ide wit i K<i?u It mark* a < )< Uiwwnla freed <m of trade more import ml Ul >n an) vital i'?a tieen taVnt m lluta.4 for llin laat liiirtjf or forty M?^ tvti U.'Hi are Hill the order of tbe day The t'nlon B*b? of Avstralia (?l?t b?? got into "t'nion li?nk den ) Lu made ll.f discovert thai a Cashier wul out to ?' ,t><"iroc ?< m -tln.r na? has trobeMli-l the nan*; lllli*-? to of ?1? OH) Tt> > have got lb.- rog'ie, but not lb* in -(.fjr. Mr Kdward lira lit y must now rank with Pull r?. r, is 1 tb? Re.'pat'n and K >t>* us of tb? *< , i r ) 1 t? % petty r.v.? 1 n tbinw.tr I po.j:: l? ?i :> What fou! 1 the little f?*M bare b?m about to <li#<r*i;a wths'iib a petty affait4 TVr? rrally ?niw Jijrnity tbout tbe thlif If shall nett hear of some m il steal u'< two or itree Ibou-atid pounds oiiljr. Tli? pro teas .>u i? to disgrace Your illustruml countryman, Mr. 0 8 Rarer. bafjiMl g"tv t" Sh. t'.u>il to e-t lam some poo lea. lie *a its to collect the choK**t and m -t sele a stud of horses In the world, iii I get ta?Di on the gr .tin t where t!w dirt-reit ncm are in *ii Uwir purity anJ p*rftvliJ?. Tbe weather lat< Ijr ? Tory beautiful, fruit plcntlf ji at. I grttsu crops promising. Oar SI. I'ltrnliuty I orrrtpondra< r, >H I'mtmwi ku, Jul) 10,1*60 A i IStrv lily?TKt / njiendtnf <'*>nyrnttvf St 9rrriyn ? Th* Srrf Wuw??JKf Awl l^at?IV fiyi.tti Innt-rr- t, -n. <f. Tl.e object of (rtrrml ii terert at the present moment la M et< phalli Not tbe sacred wbito elephant of the King of San. dot tbe golden elephant of tbe King of Denmark, but au elephant of great site an<i rare beauty, presented by tbe Pu.tan of P.* Lara (In jrfM < ul jmj rntrrtu-nm**' Ismtf't to our Kmpetor, which ei. phant is now wen hug hi* ay, uuder unheard of diHirultlea, up the Vulga, after f*u/U uiarcli aero** ti e desert of Karokorum and the Vo*t lib to Astrakhan, wL r? be was detained sometime by the ttramboal companies beeitatiug to aJuiit so huge pas"'tiger co board (f their craft Whol!>er I. II to r? Wirt thu d'.stirguuibed guest, or for some other reason, but It appear* that tbe F-ni[*eor will remain in tbe t*( th.? * .turner. aiM B' t make anr "f the cvursions ?Lnb b? wm refx-rUti lu b? on tbe point of undertaking Arru- i eg to mux* h? to h?v<> an lutrrrlrw with N?l< i 1 i* HI tod tbr R?c>'t)l i,f I'rutwia. or with Xapoir ? id Iraocta J'wrj.L, at Hadco R*d>-n. acr>r.)ing tootbor*, be wa? to rtwlM tbr I'ruM.aa Prince and th? Auatmn Kin} ' r at W?r??, but noo? ot tlioir BirrlingB h*r? aa y#t t?kcu place, nor Jot* it w<-m likely that Ibry will, at * kwt for lb* prrarnt It ta probable that tbr appr>**h Uf * >1' on of tbr froaocpauoc qnrwtioti?a m<wt critical cpocli l?r P !??drtam* li.a Mainly at liodif, and that Uf Will im I learr St Petersburg till It la srttlH, which c*o I a. d!y be ewrlirr than tbr end of A>i<iiat or H?,>U?n ber. Iinmoliatriy after the impornl ukaa* la aigord, b'?? ?*, it M underst ?>d tlikt he will set out f'W War aw ? . prrbap# eatei.J hi? tmir In tWiuaay, to Join bu mot who la << vi?ii to ber relatires in ih?t e.xiutry A: mWv ? with tbr Knprror of Auatrla w Mill ? an It. u '.?? .be differrneea brtworu tbr two OwirU (II |-,1 rir'r. BolwitJirUBdiBf Utrapfrnn li *. -> . * i m lite Ua.iaa q-iettloa. WitbPr-jj. eia, oo Itie contrary, our relationi are q*jit? friendly, anl ! the late inisunderstaudiog, occaatuaed by the refusal of tin' Jal>m< i of H? rlin to join in tie remonstrance# addroaa Ci! to Turkey, appear* to bar? vanished Tin I'ruaaian ambaarador at cur Court, Caron Uismark, ! who ha* Iwd absent on sick leave for some months, baa 1 now returned to bis i>o?t, and labor* arduous'./ to cement tbe ancient alliance between Pruasla and this country , beetle# whioh, tbe accounts oon tinually arrive.* fiom tUe East must convince the m>st incredulous that I'rince tiortcbakotl was justified iu drawing tbe attention ol V. irope to the condition of the Chrts1 ii,-in tubiects of the j'nrU', and tha'. an Intervention of the ureal rowers iu absolutely ueossaary to put a stop to th' atrocities |xn-potrated by Mualem fanaticism. Our public I mi so little confident* in tbe success of the liian that was to be raised in England am) HiUatid, I tbroiifk the medium of Messrs. Hiring and that they were agreeably aurprtBed rather than disappointed i i lind that at least five millions sterling out of the eight had been subscribed. In tbe pruoent slate I ol politics and of the European money market, the I attempt to real!7.i a foreign loan w pretty generally considered a false atep, especially as the conditions were not favorable enough to attract adventurous speculators. Th plan of a new government bank, under the direction of the celebrated financier, Baron Stieglitx, meets with much greater approbation; but,on tbe whole, Mr. Koa,|evitcli (our Minister of Kiuance) has hitherto been more aealous than SUOQoSt fui iu his endeuvors to improve Ihe buancial con tltloa of the empire, whi ih suffered very seriously from the immoderate issue of paper during the late war. It might be thought that the four trade m casiooed by it, and, above all, the reduction of the army, woull have had a benetloial effect, bat, unfortunately, various circumstance* harp concurred to n?u tralize It. The treat Koropeui c riots of 1861 and '68, though Dot immediately felt iu Kussn, reacted eventually upon us with unprece ItMtei violence, and rt>duced our mercantile community to a state ( I prootraiion Iron which it lias net yet recovered, tho reMeiou of the tarill ca.died an enormous intlux of foreigu K'xx'H, which, v-i the successive bountiful harvesto in Western Kuro|ie decreased tho demand for our produc! lions, hail lo lie |.aid for in hard ca.-li, while at the sane time large sum* were sent out of the country f>?r the malt-rial of tlir ne# rail.~o.tda that are now constructing. Thus the quantity of precious metals which bvi Increased vi r> much during the nnii if Nicholas, when their oxl<iri w?" forbidden, diminished ho rapidly that of the I'M million* of roubles tlmt were in circulation in 185,r>, it ig calculated that not above liaif ri mains in the country. All this led to a depreciat on of the ps.ier currency that lias bad a disastrous effect upon the ilnatioial situation, and to re mo y wuc'.i t(r Kui^evitcb baa t een exciting Uim-elf so anxiously ever Hi'ice ho eu terel office. As lo the reduction of the army, though numerically of ureal imp>rl?iic?, it hay not been atteuded w uh a corn-up. tiling leducti >n of expenditure We h x re s.arex ly 400 000 men Midi r arms ri m , instead ol SOO.OtM) or a milium; but lite pa? of both olllct is and soldiers ha.-; been ralsel, tin ir ai uie and accoutrements hive beca greatly improved, ami ml tiuins have been spent in -listing mliliery <n the title s>stern Toe reorgauizill >n ( I tie i'it y, w tilth has l?' n pushed f >rw.tri with wju derful energy in: ter the auspices of the (iraul Duke ("on blaulm-;, ci* Is a mint of money, the whole tl-<ol of t-uilii < vi. sels Laving bit n converted int ssrew*, or brokeu up and replaced by new ones cou at rueled here, at An hung ! and at Nino licit , or |'U thawed in France, Kngland, and Ame licit, of vthich the General Admiral aloue stood us in fcometLing like a mi lion of dollars In addition lo the army, llie nity, a'd the civil service, in whic.i tho .-ulaiies (f the Uticeifc have also been considerably increased, in the vain liojie of putting an eu I to p-culalion it must ii i be forgotten that wo have a very expensive imperial family to maintain. Tin e probably uo oouu-. ir> :i ihit world v. here bo many s'*iitrari courts art kept up a." m K'lSlia; we boast of no I ss ibitn eight, vtr . the com t of therti^i i_g Kaijfror a:nl Etrpreos, the cmrt of the Krnprw-s Mother, the courts of the Grand Dakes C>n stiii,tine, Nil In.las, ai.d M.ch.vl, the court of llu- Duchess of i^uchtenberg, thai of the tlraail Durhe*s Helena (widow of Michtol I'ouiovitch). an I that of tbit I'rin" ?r.d IflurfM oi Mecklenburg, ail wiili numerous retlnuoi of iitled and untitled valt-is, wild are paid h?u!sotne!y for doing nothing, and ail making cx|musivc journeys ntooti.t every year, imperially the Kiii|>-oss M 'lli r, w i> ostilla ip uJmoM cuiitiniially between Nice and Weidtwl, and whose txlravaga ice is proverbial. The wnperar and Grand Duke Ctinsirtrline have both numerous fainiln-s of foils and daughU rs mho, in due time, a- ill have establish Inv-Qts ol meir owu; the younger brothers arerwiowmg the example of their seniors, and if the oigau of philo j'K-R' imiM iiph thoube m tir Higljr devi lopad ic their deMendanta, lit fifty year* lln?b\A will be perfectly overrun with liraud Oukee and Urand l?uche?s"B, i alio inut.l all be provided for al the public ex ]>ent?, unlit* the TurVL"h custom be adoj?t?d ol boustriixing all Uie collateral male relatives of tbe rt'icntug dyibtaty. You Americans are fonuuale people; you pay your I'rcsideut, but are notexpected to sup- 1 *>ri In* children aud children'* childreu ad inflniium Seriously, however, government will either have to ourtail ii* ex|NMi?<? or to <i|"-n new sources of revenue, in which case an income tvx would paoHent the moat natural expedient, but although an import of tbia kind is adopted in almost every other Euro|x?n Stale, it wonld be vrbegwhll; opjiofed by our nobility, who have been hitherto exempt fr- ui direct taxUlon, and who a-e alroa i!y excetklvely Bulky at being obliged to emancipate their . trrfs without an ?qui\ tlenl, which even the liberal Prince lHil^orouky calculate* at oue bundre 1 roublca a bead. A I hundred roubles upon ten millions of aorfs would make the nice lilUe sum of a thousand milliou* rouble*; truly a n-.ode?t deman I in our present financial condition I | Ttot, says the I'rince, it might easily be rawed by truing government bonds?which, of counte, would bo a first | rate way to prevent the further depreci ttioa of our paper ' currency It is likely that the majority of the ruiAfjux In I : not aliow the " liberal" idtu of their colleague, aud will i ' submit, though with a good deal of grumbling, t'> ac'.ept I an indemnity fbr the l*nd ocupHvl by the peMintry, without inflating on Uieir paying a ransom for tbi ir per sum; but it will be aet-n from this bow dittl.-ult it m to ! introduce a rational system ol financial administration in I our country. I b^ar that fir John Crarnptoo, the RriMh Mini?t r, who lell for Kuglaod a few weelca since, will not return to St IVlerabutg. He h*? reque-led to he rein >ved ' to seme eUier ixist?not for |x?litical, but for dom wtio | rraxons. Ilia lady, who ?m a groat ftvorite with th<? '"iK m< nrfc of the capiUI as I >ng ?< she was Mi't Victoria tLifi- l!n'4> lit-rv. If iii m fa'iumiII m iwii* - ho u f I .'run i>U?i, our armtncratlc dam-a Ix-in^ furlo'i* at having U> yield the )\i< to the Auilmiwailor'* *n.' w b >m ibey bive >lin appteuied at the tin atrr, or enfvffed to sing In th*lr tulr*i The coUH-qiii nee la, Uut ever ?lnce her marriage they have bwn carrj Uig on a war r fpin-i-'fi ?i'Ii hi-', until, after a apirlted reaiaUuice, the fair kiibornlan ban l<revaile<l u|nmi her huabaud to retire from tbe on teat. I.nnl ItionKhaui'i Inanlt to Mr. Diallaa. [from the Loadm OlnaM . M|f IS.] 1* tl.' | inted inanlt levellel at tbe Vullet St ilea hy Ijud Hmughiuii, at IheJHalUtical (V>a?;r? *?< on Monday, to tv nnole nil inti mation ! qtirHtiob' No one could mm ike tbe urn the remark throvru at tbe head of Mr Dill**, when I.or?l !!r titfhatii challenged bi n to notice tb l it* 1< < f a negro. Now, either th.it fact vra* |<munw4 ti< l>e t d 'Oancto Ur Italia*?In which c^e to draw at in li to it ? :i in lUii'll <ui otcM, or it w-w no* nap jwd.lo be odioaive, aid in tnat ia?e Mr. InMax waa t uddi I ly OI.il uun in leuu*l) called ii|h>ii t > do peua:iCe l >r |.ii.if prrJttdMM o< b.? country sea ll H clilU Milt Ui reii'M lie gurb an art witli klndllnraa, courteay, or do coram. Mi l>al'.ai attended at Uie Sl?'.i*llj:tl Congren aa the r |?i'?etitatlae of th'< fulled Stall ; the *<i;re**ir w? a nunii cr of Hi House of I.or la?be ban hero l/wd Chain* lk>r, iu <l tlie attack wax made b.'fure the I'lluci i.M>rt, who w i Chairman ou the oc. amou. In deed, ti e atti ntiou if liu Koval Hi<(hue*i> waa pocHicaUjr cr.iau to tlM- oiiti.ife by the person wh > waa tbe i in roe i!iate Mit j-ct <>f |i>rd Droug baa's predlttle; tbe geiill* man in Kaik asked <p|?tial permission of tbe royal Ihanti.iui to thank l<ord llr ngha n All rlreuiu.'tane-'a, therefore, si e of s kind that would ju?tlfy tie- govern nrnt of tbe I'tltiil States in ditnaodmg a formil m ! ?(t> . either fiotn lined I!;oi'gtiam, for hi* wanton e?oa|>ile, or f'tun the j.niiiditig authority* of tbe arena iu wbu'U 1'ie outinge waa |ni)?tialiil. The aiillu>ri|ini arc Ihe nvwe boooii totate some notice of the ooeureiice, since we are Inclined to suppose that Mr I'd ail n li-i tbe C-my e*s by III v tta in 41 Iff, few accepted Ihe InviistiMi toreceire tlif tnaimetit which wi have described. Tin le are, iu<leed, cunaiderationa which mike as oeitb r e*|*ct twr w<ab Utml the violation ?f ilee <rui? vbnuld tcc.ive aii) I'flie.ial ntiiie- l/>rd Brougham la oo |i??Ctr yen f. he waa born In 1T78. and although b? haa prtserved hia faculties In an riir?ir>liniry degree, it Wtmld be til J'l.-t to HM line tbat liu- l.irrf-lit.lnnsa of wbi h he wa< guilt) on Miiid<) would have li?j?t>en?>?l fmjr or t r<- ) > am 01 (vrlia a ryitt two or tbree year* ago. There anotbi r riami why evnry ree wd of the oe cvrtace hIhuIiI be ettmM. Hie g.ml that do, it haa Ixi ii aa: 1, lit?a after tln-m , the evil di *a with th < a. Tb'-n' ?, indeeil in the Very |>r m ijile of evil a tcwden 'y t ) aelf eatU.cU'*,aud the cxampira which wi- have hit of vlee in I'uMh' life tave ha.l th ir u?e aa leaam*. while tlie eialO|'ir? of virtue have bi-e# direct lu tlu Ir III) it Hi I t?, iKMldes ail ling to fia cMiataat htkUm of h>im?a kbi'wl?*!jre aril civil,ittioa Uw| Itri ogham will not mrre |?a>Urity aa an rtam|>le j od "iluivliiia Wneo, iu aftif daya, m?n review hia arrvieiw, th? euepitoMal mi'tak-^, erea the rongnat I i 11 wkk li I ivf k?M iitcr> d eviHi in tbe bepfay of I big vivid eliquetice, will he forgotten. a'ld the m -nwill ! t> n irber ?i.ljr the i x| I.mU of tli?t intellectual Riaot *h), I ai ipjt ?<qrtri<l mot* U>?l the ordinary altare nf knew i Ni^r.- t<>r hiinaolf, b?atne the inael reetloaa agent Id tx tiollnf Ibe Kami* krn *?lc?V I" " and aundry ? wb>, having attained a hi?h an I ruing pnaium at lh? bar, uml lit mil) tlum gained to TindlMte J*i?tice, frerd.*n at<l tlx- Itrtuxh C"i>*11twllon, ?ti. tuer it ? u ?ailt d ir the )? r?' ?i the hh>-?t rank or of a private ritireo?who, hatiii( br<>n r.tiaed, aim ?t ??f*lii "I lie < .mrurrrlice of hi* irofMftlOQ, ta Ul? lof"H<?t M>il whi-h I offer*, uaed the lofln <t?re tliti* obtain**] to carry out the mine great and benefh ial amen tin-iita of the U? whi-h thr ><igh>>ut a lung and TlyoroM lilt h? k(d c??< le ?ly adv-atel Wl?>n men ?(> ?< of lliMiry : llnmghain hereafter, they will talk of him aa lir < l an.j.i 11 of Britioh li >ertf?n Um m xl .-I x|tieut I l??.1? r for the gr<*t R< I < ro bill of IMS?w Uo mi<i I wfco rttlfd the laborf of the Ifn l?uk bjr raermttnoa id the iliM><.iuif rn. in and library ??* tfte man wh > in dnreri leading lawjera of every |>*ity l-> form a apvltl aoriet) bin (Hi.* Into one life the |>->wer of oi;i-?rr? tlM), refrrpi, ltd legal IlltwWjP ? the man ?tii lived ^ to advocate more ret>rin? than mart meo hnd ever oar rted, ami to carry mor? ttian m ml had ever a>l>i>'iiM? and M the man ? ho pc ?. rv*<1 a nptrIt of youthful *??l loo* a Tor the a<e when oilier men lay th?lr (ray hum In 1 the l?M reat If to anrh a m.m *>me yearn remiln, h? Ml be red a chartered liiert.ne, au I any for gelfuloeai of whkh lie may be guilty will, la turn, l>? f"rgette?. The leaiK-n wh < h ll'-nry Rrmg'n n a?em< at HI to iieod would be furulahed by a vialt t > the Unit'I S ate#, to learn how, under a reunite, th* Figli.'h lore of law and )*i?tKV reign#, and h >w a ( lomm |?- >i>l? wmld retook Iiii |>rejudlcrj by the heart taut of wi-l COM The Aftlran *!?*? Trade. (Kiotn Ux' 1/ li 1'iu Oirvu < !? , July IP | tlw Irv'iUli'ii ft >111 the Ami HUrrry flockrty wht.-h had an irterrler yr^t/^'ay with l/fd John Rii? ?1 el..*i te>1 from that kliM-ler ei|irewlotia of r >ii*id "?h|e im,i.ir t*r -e aa to o?ir rtipl..mi? loterrourae vtUi the cor ert metiui of 8|Wlr and the l'nile<l SlAiea Ttx tarnrat IMMMlMMi a^anMl lit* Cart lr%J? of NEW YORK HERALD. * F Cuba, which have beea *o rt-^uaU-diy urg itg on Sp?.u i by oti Mftttbler', have been ?o pern-Wutiy n?^l tod u.?t |.ain net is t iiiau?U'(i, au l l>>rd jyan Kusaell in not unwilling to lutun to the Idea thai all diplonatic hiter cuvra *Uh tyain should cea*el Tlwv must be wid i i to waiuitgit contemned au 1 j iumM> a vIoKUid Ti - stiaa Ibh IJoverr.iueut is ooulant to receive from Kngliud, for the feui>|>re?*i<>n of tla- ? tuui -ce, pecuniary a. J w inch it never dreams of u|?p'yii.? to the object itiU-u lod, au I can Dot, therefore, claim much couMderitlou at our bands. Au op|>ortunity w;n at! 'Tiled Lord Jobu Kmsell to ex bis entire i'>uti: n e to the intention* of the Oait- 4 Suites g< verrjir nt. He In.- rvanou to be<:< \ e tUV. the Aui' rlr.trs are no lift, anx'oaft thau our? 'Ives to iilop il.e ?-\|>oiUilit>(i to Cuba, and the |>re&"no?* of British aod Inited -tate.s vessels |tog>lher iu those w iters would guaranty e both the sincerity of our a;!i<'S and the prob* bility of really extinguishing ttiU oriiotia traiti: It h diflli ult to exaggerate the Importance of a laanly avowal * hirh ronflrin* what we have already staie.1 (rum our ow? knowlrd^e, though for some time the oflh-i't! iaiii'1 seemed U> shrink from a recognition of the fact Th?* declaration, iudeed, has a bearing i.|<n many (jm ?-1t??uj? besides the slave trade suppression, and all who desire jieare and unbroken commerce will highly estimate Lord Jobr. Russell's well timed candor. THE PHESMRTIAL CAMPAIGN. I MR. DOUGLAS IN THE NORTH. ?-? ?? His Reception and Campaign | Speech at Concord. Speech of Cton. 8.1. Foote at Sara< toga Springs, ki.. Mm*. kiL ! (tcnnlor Donglu In Comord. MAOMFICKM nil I KM IMMW OATHKKIMJ OP TUK rKOrLE?OKKAT SI'KKCU AM) ULOKIOCd KK- j THl'-USM. 1 Krom the Concord (V H ) Patriot ] At halfivot ten o'clock yrsterility (Tuesday) moriing the Committee of Reception, which c >u*iMled of Messrs H P K >lfe (Chairman), T. I* TreaJwe.1,0 1>. Sanborn, J. V. Ba'ion, .1. S. Abbot, Kdson Hill J K Lang. 0. If | Dav is, and Borcral other gcutlcmcn, lift the Concord 1 depot for Canaan in order to meet and c*oort the Hon. S A lVtugHs t*> Concord. The train n>achcd the ap|K>inted plaoo at half-past one o'clock and the earn from the north soon arrived. The committee entered the car in which Mr. and Mrs Itouglas were seated, and were ieve rail) introduced to the dibtlugubhcd Senator and hid lady Mr Douglas left Montpelier, Yt , in the morning, and at several p acea on the route fouad large crowds ui people a?( mblid at the depots to do him honor. rtiir? was e Facially the case at Northfltdd, Roxbury, White River junction i Franklin, Webster Place aod fisher \ ills. Al St veral places in New Hampshire the triin received an acceo ' kiou of utimbers, for many earu' st Jemocrals acre anx ious to avail iheni?oive? of the opportunity to hoar the able and eloqoi nt rxpoceut of their principles. Mr Douglas S[ioke hi* thanks to those waiting th? depots. bat mai'e no politi a remarks. On the arrival ot tho cars at "oncord, an iiumeuso Crowd was ? ailc g to welcome hi u, ant loud wire th" hurtaLs as the ilivjbtrious visiter I* ft the cars ajd proceeded to tlie carriage in wa t:rg lor him. A 6alute was tired ss the car* cutercd the le^iot. A prccfssiou wa? forired, preceded by a band, in which Mr. lunulas, Mr H I'. Rolf" xad Mr Huley, of ihe Huston HinitJ, rode in an o|K>n barouche drawn by f >ur horses. The) wort* followed by th m"nib"rs of the couimi tee and friends, hi a long stung of vehicles ol eveiy (loserip tiuu, and by four or tivc lind- 'Hie pr *r."*si >11 passed aloi?; M.iin sire* t, Washington street, State street sad School street to the State House, the baud playing and the perpk cheering heartily all the way. Tin- marshals of the procession were Mtssrs Kl-az-'r Jackson, J. L. (lout;h, C. H Hill, J. B. Sanborn and J B. Ciiil'ord. A | la'lform had been erect*! in front of the State House, which was oocuptel by the committee n . I friend*. The people, numbering wjvirV tlioutan d?, Ulle 1 lh yard In 11 out ot the building. Mr li was c?cortcd to the platform. Mr Kou-v, Chairman of the Coin mitt*, said:?Mr. Doug las, 1 have the honor, sir, to bo the organ of this vast cow ourse of your fellow citucens and friends who have come up from llieir Onto and workshops, their counting r(rt>tiiK mitl nit rr.h:?? tllRp In irriM't \ no ittul xtfinl f r? inn a cordial welcome to Uu-c r.niAl of our Stale. (Applause.) kj \cry few or u^. Mr, lure the ples-ure of your pi-m>ntl t< w<|i aintance, mid if thin visit sli\ll prove as pleasing to c you as it is ('ratifying u> us, vcj will not regret that you n have made it. So Itu g have you been in the national |j cooieiU, so ably have you alvocatod their cause, that n the demr>craey of New Hampshire c'aun you a." their u t luinpuxi, au'i ?v icjmco in this opportunity of t?-j*tify < in# U> you lliut your enim -nt servi s art held by u? in 1 grateful remembrance. We acknowledge to you our gra- <J titode for that constant support which you hivegtveu u to the (rrat principle of popular sovereignty?the iomii u datton stone upon which our institutions real. tfood.") d Krotn no statesman ha* c we r< ccu ed to mn. K?and al- t low me to cay to you what may not be mi miiflktcrjr a i reflection?from none U there no much lipKtM. The realisation of the part Rlre-i ass i mice of the i< future. Kor the gallant reMiianoA which you inxle i d to tbe l/rc*>nipto?i scheme, which if conaummsvd would v ba\ e been treat ( rune, we thank yon In the noble e and succeuful struggle which you mile in 1368 in your ? i wn Slate, against a brave eneoiy in the front and t co* t ardly troop ol camp f< Mowers in the rvar, you had our t sympathies and rcj iioiugfl, and in that brilliant persona' r dclcnoe which yon rcoenlly made in tbe Senate against t that "lump" of Senators who exalt ihe rights of property \ c above the personal rights *f freemen, we hare awardel t you the prize so much coveted by slstesiMli?the jewel r of ciiHistotiny. (Cheers) In the life of etniuent men 1 Um re is no period to which paienttl hearts tura back 1 w lib so many sweet and aflW t tonal* recollcctlous as to c llial of infancy au 1 childhood; while the Northwest | claims you a* her man, and Ibc natiou as her statesman, v New Kngland ch. rwhi* you as her chill. (Cheers ) n Sir, this is as occasion to me fruitful with suggestions; r but t am admonished by the ini|>ilience of this a-un'oibly f< 11.at this is no* my b'"in 3t, so I f irVar. Permit m*. In it ooochision, to ten ler ynu awmrances ol tbe sincere plea- tl sure which your pretence affords us My fellow ciliseus, c I will detain you no longer. 1 bow have the hoe or to p present to you the distinguished American stat 'smau. i (Uititinc.cd cheenng ) . fi The lloo Sra-iotx A. Doc at. is was grcetod with loud V cheering as he aioae to address the vast assembly, lie ! r aid ? | Ma. Oairh>5 *m> Fkm/.w Clruivn of Nvw Hams- s hiiiks? You will receive my grau-l .1 thanks for lb* kind t terms in which you have brcs pleased to welcome me; i r and you will ac.-ept my grstefjul aofcmwl dgmeuli for J I the rorditlily with which yon have endorsed those senti | meets o4 welcome. I'or U>e lirst time I visit the capiial y of your noble Slate. When I wanted to r.>?ke a brief trip . t. thn ugh Verwofit ard New Himpshlre, to my ?cy froin 1 r SaraWya to New|?>rl, R I , I did not eipeci any public 1 g demonstration My object was to i**kc a quiet visit, a / pilgritu:i#e tn the grave of my father and t? the eaes of ' d my chlWb?M>d Irom the m m*ut I trod the foil of Ver t miuit 1 found I was welcomed by the populptnn rv mow ' p m. .. .t ... |HM M. ? J"IU'H III Mil- I1AH< |l|l<IH IV Hum in/ I h<art with grnlltu le, and rendered it mip-mble fur mo / lo rilicusa ?i>) of those p? iti.?l about which the t )u?< ml'lage dtff-rvd to opinion I hi! suppose! that ! 5 inn I I'd the border" of iny native >1 ate I w ml I b? , ( welcomed only by a few friends u I paist-d aloug llie I road Imagine my ?I pi It at ihi= \ M aaeMnblig", thn t t imposing reooptlon, which e*cee.ls In IU macnitlo -a;# 1 F aud prmi 'our anything 1 have previously wltaoived. , l Kroii' iki bottom of my howl I thank yoi for this de?on I c Mmtioti of your good will You bar* been pleased, Mr. b Ihatiman, lo refer in Inim of a|iprtib?ii >u lo my rourno * I- i. > I'v ?!, 1.1 . i 'hiion While 1 bawemnl la o i'Ik.-uii" the merit* of that qnowtion since it was li> \lly g discarded by the |?<>ple of KiiiMf, JTrl I will not rWrala a from n Slight allumou.lo It now, le?t my sPence ni'ght he I tuisn-usiiued. I did light tint l.< coin;it>>u constitution p ? ilh all the < atfy anil with all the piwer that I ooul 1 l< comtiaud ((Ml I IMuetaM a* I waa to diiw to ? opinion or ai turn with a President thai I h%<1 used ail | T my rflorta I > pUr* in the Klecu tire chair, yet duly wat I. WMMlllMI ,*rvoal or |*rty ohligatim (I'heorf.) J I stood pledged, as ftwy dcmorr.ll in n i alow I f pledfod by his vo'-e for Jauiea Buchanan, In IV*, to ! (' mail t'In the right Uie pc <pln of tcrrj *ti's and p e<?ry TvrnW*y to f>rra and regulate lh".r own dmostic di ir.s t tuitions ("That's it. ") In my opinion, lb ' i mpt | a lo Am ?n mwllllag Mwpta ,> atu . i the* lid not like, was not only in vi llain n of the'l>-mV 1 m ciatic creed, but It violated the Atu< rtrau croci. ? ((.'leers ) It violated the repn'?li an creel It vi<dated n the creed of sli free men, In all free co minus (Ap- > II plauae ) I did not opp ne the I,rrotnpton ?y?i.Mitul on on I n the gr>*md i f its provinoo* n, rr*|?vt to Air' ui'Urery. I li L?lit then,as I boll iiow, tlisl if the p?*..?ie of Kmim* I waited a alsve State thrv hsd a rt|M toll i Tnil'? *| good doctrine") If, on tbe r<> ilrary, tliey d d nol want |>i slavery, bo pswt-r oe eartb rhoul 1 foic i It ipui th?m I w opi??ed the l^eeorapton const itnti-in b<<e? is*> it was not It the act and deed of tin- people of Kansas 1 prop I thai n< tlie quotior slum d be ref. rred ba< k t?? the people of |? Kat.fax, with the privilege of Toting for or a??lni<t It and fr if a n.Njoiity of ail the legal rote? of Kansts ratlAed It, l< tho? Kuisaa sliould into tin* I'nl w with thst eonstl K tut I'll If, on the ii?traiy, a m?j >rity roteil agnn't it, t< the |*?ple of Kansas might proofed to mak? a n w con pi stitntion, w ilh or wttliout slarery, just as llvy pl-v?oil, W at d oonu liilo the I oion. I rt.i >tce<l from the bottrmsf p my l? art when I saw erery rep'ibltcin in !> th ho i>e? of lo i . i, i " M in g l'>r tbnt pi< p?iti w (laughter .uid sail- 1 p rtcal ch.Ts ) lls\ii.g heard llie republican puty pie Ife rl tln'ins lM s so often against lh? a .mission of any mora It slave !<Ules into the Vnton, it did r?j ncy mi when* I u< w theoi, erery ra.iu in llie Serst.-, so I erery wan in the y> Hooae, voting to allow Kansas to c >nie In as a sl.ire State of ii i' w p.?>jie anould mi iiivi o (l.ti'Khii'r an 1 eli " * ) f And I * ill My to you now, my felt..w rlllarna, tint It la a tli maiti r of Inc*re regret that 1 flint tbr rfimlilwM party ? now >1. r.r incti'if me IV* *d?ooatti'g the i! ti -.i' nrlti r* clple that they thi-u roled for. All t a** of lb m it m ?r carry oul in future, and apt'ly to every new Territory Mil It new *tale, the Identical principle* for whl-h lh<?y all nl voted ? illi mi' ii. ih ?l IwinptiHi cuntroverny. (<'? ? ) (I Th? lYi^lilfflt of llw t'oilM .suh'?, il'irlnf lfu| \r imp an to? oonlroreray, p?l fortii a lain which I, a? a .^-'nal'ir, M CUM Bol rrcf niae I co?oe?te.| hn i \ . i ,.n n m I I* the ImvmMi <vk -tliltiltufi If Ik- believed tt U> lw the art Ni and deed of the |*?<i>lo, and I all ??! ? never barei| i?rrell< I lb with liUn on Ihiil i|'i<atl?n ba^l he not i lalm?<!lh? rut*?t dn to roolrol m> vote and emnpH m" lo vole a*nn?l my 11' ( KlfrK-Ni. I Im?M that a I're Ideal hut i moro rjht t > en coniro' Hie vote of a ,-Vnator Chan a S'lulnr h%- |.i dii l'? tate lo a Piratdaait. (iVjl ) The I'rwMi-iil told me Ih that if I did not obey htm and vole lo hrr? lh > l/*:otnp wl t<? rmiatitiittoa h|*? the p??pl? a??lnat thflr will, h?? pli would take off lb* heal of every friend I h?J in ,?ifl I Jul l"W bin, to reply, that my friend* wre a? d -*r to me aa a* |Ik?>" ? f any olh-r man ronld ho to him, h il thv If I had lb a fifMMl who waa not wilting l? l*??> bi? ulli, ri'.bcr than ft d? trv*e n-e into t ?-'l of rtiT'iilve iwiwer, ho ill I not <%* In *.-rve lo be m> friend. ( \| H' II-re permit m? lo cut a* thai the great r talent h twe^n the F.t > Mtl?? M I my??lf Ih wan Ih" h? rlaiimd the rirhl lo rr?nlr?' lb vnto of ne la ifyi i iiik to Uv *?lin of kiirtMUtwah I f rlaim^l lb.*t llw repcraenM'ire of the | (lo ,epon 'a deal and ab?nilii ?l??>aar| ludeprn tenl of I |?- ' rr f?>w. M tr f VT'tJ ?b*o I pe- in,I ti?v I ircul re lo direct wt RTOAT, AUGUST 3, UM I reprewotatiTe how be i?ha:i vote, you convert thin re put Ir iuV.> a di?>poli?ui ("That's no ") Why elect u l> iR" l'u I'reeirteiit hau u rifbl to U-ll tin- ui iut?v .i liow tb> > are i<> vcM There in mi end ol raprcn iUlin jo ertin., i,t win nt * pi ihr Uecuttve i? pt rmitted t> u?? ir abu?< bi? power by . f>uirol!iu([ the action of tbo r?*|jre ?ei Utive against the ?irhe? of bin constUucuih aud of his individual c< n iclet.ee. Henoe, in my opluiou, 1 waa tl^ut i atUa in nitaota ii IMe than t m mi , K i. wtoHtioulit b. Senator. (Applause.) lu ray p.vnou lb <|U?Hlior. **> mibnilltfl to I be people of Illinois, ?he. Ihtr or ii< t their Senator *b?uld be the inert tool of Kie i. ,i Ukl <>n c Tbi'y d.e le i it n#btl") fri,lbe) 1W decide it rtgbt, iu (p|??lii?ii to nu unholy ulllatice Ik'< Ivmvii tbo republican* au 1 the ftdcral rifhci* holders. [Cbw r-i.) it ? t'.ped when tbut I^vouiptou controroraj Iiad Ih'< i -< 411 by the voU? id the peopl.- of Kauai.i(;au t 'I, tlmt the w irfare in the democratic party v mid ue lint ii.stead ol that, the war was kept up; and no* ftrliud on the iiatiuu.il theatre the ?ame Kaiuc b *ii-?j [>lrt)cl tb.it \va- attempted in Illinois in 1S51. Nim >i ii bi d tin' que;<ilr<n submitted whether or not tin i \r< utive ot thin nation la to be permuted to dictate hli MMMT iiioflice. It ir ajiid that Mr lijohatian L.iturall} ft.'I.i iiioitilled ai.'l wounded to have a mm uotninalcd by lim own party Iti opposition to hi? wiahes. (laughter ) Vt bother he thus feels mortifled or Dot, It would har? bieu well for l> ui to have considered wh"u be became i am luatc It. iooviu i lourucm I lorce, WHO ?ii lln i; I'n and a cmdldate for re elect ion. (Cheers.) It u> true that 1 waM uoioiualod in opposition to the wiahei :>f the President. It U also true that Mr. Buchanan wai nominated in 1866 in opposition to the theu President who wa.- a candidate for re election. Suppose Gen. Pierce had lh< n pursued the bame course which Mr. Buchanan it now l ursuiijg?that is, using the power and palrona?t cshich the democratic party had placed in bid hands, foi I In- | of defeating the nominee of that parly. Wlial would c <?-r> democrat in America have said of Kranklu Pierce il he had tried to divide and defeat hU party merely out of mortification and chagriu at not get tin* the re liominatienr Whatever would have been aaid of Geoeru 1'iercc in bich a contingency must be true of James U i rhanan now. (Cheers ) 1 should not havo referred li these things at this tine, nor durlug thia canvass hut tor the fact that the President of the United tHatei tim taken the fctump, making public harangaes, foi the purpose of dividing and cefeating the party tlul rltcled him President. (Applause.) What are tb< reasons assigned by the President for endeavoring t< jivirte and urtak down the democratic parly? He doci not assign the personal reason that he don't like th? nominee But he put.* it upon the ground that ho d>>n'l ike the plitiorm adoptei by the party. What is there it that I'Utluim to which James Iluchanan has a right t> lake exception? Il is the identical platform upon whict James Buchanan was elected President, and withoul w hich he never could liave been elected. There isu't au nincst ti:an in all Alutrlca that will deny that Jarat-c Huchaaaa ltd John C. Brtctinridge, m H5fl, wen fledged to the doctrine of Jion intervention by Congress a th r mrtrj to the Vaitori* (ttwi) i m? ii .( c hi* In m the same island w th John C. Urecklnridgc n 186C, ?hiD k advocating his own claims to the iiii' htlkkMj, and heard him go to the iftrtl eugthfi In favor of popular sovereignty iu thj Territories rtien itL'-iin, if 1 recollect right, the dcmoi^ratu of Sew Ii:i3ipt-I.ue held ai. ImairuM tu;u?n meeting at this capital, in ft hiuury, 1856, previous to the nomination at Cinciu:iati. at Which II >well C'bh and Joseph I.iue and )aui<a I. Oir of ixmth Carolina, made B,*eches: aud in every one of thoae s|*xches tli-y ad vo utctl Kquittcr s ivereignty in IU) brottufat sense. (Applause.) I appeal to thio audit nee if these facts art :otiiue, ("1 have the spe choain my po-kel."') That ;ftitlem&n hays he has the speeches iu h:s |>ockcl. They hen wrillcuoulby the s^akeit after they returned to Wat'iirglnu, ai d published in pamphlet form *>y the national dt mocralit: committee, as a true e\pn*ili >u t>l Jeini cratic principles. ("Yes, and in the Boston J'ost."i K gt i tit irao says "m the Boston i'nat,'' and, I believe, in rvei; oilier democratic paper in America thai ha I the "pace to spire for |? lit cai speeches. Iu other wordr feUow citiiens, I stand now w hero every demo -.rat in America stood fnoi years ago, advocating the right of the people of every political community to make thoir own law*, to establish their own institutions to suit them telvest I tUino no peculiar credit for advocating the*1 i mciplts. Thfit principle of popular sovereign y is as jld K> free government itself. It was the principle upon *hi< h every battle of the Revolution was fo iglit. He n- mher, I t one moment, what was the catun that led to he revolutiocsrv war. What was the demand of our evolutionary fal!iers,the denial of which produced the tarf It w?.- uot indeudence. In the besinniuir of that * ulrovtisy cur revolutionary fathers did not deire iiidcj>cndencc In every petition to tb? roHti, in every address to the Parliament airl <-o|)I<- j. KujjUiid, our lath"re net up and rolcttcd ilit ii devotion to the Urituh Constitution, anil Ucir lovalty to tfu? Crown of Knglaud (" That's UodY utli.") <>1 course it's Uod's truth, or 1 should not btrc id it. (Applause.) Th-n what were our father* con udiug for, if it >11 not inde|>endenct)f They were nuUuthug for the light of self government in the colons. They demanded the right iu their own local lcgUi iturcs to pew all law* which affected the local and do net,tic roucerns ot their respective colonica. Tliey did 4>t deny the right of the British Parliament to pats lawn n all subject* which were imperial aud not colonial 'bey did uot deny the right of the British government to ;<> all act* and things which afl< ctod the general welfare f the empire without interfering with the local and do acetic coooeras of the people of the colon tea. Rut they ciiumded the r'j;ht of eelf govercment in each colony in cspcct to everything tU.it was local and internal, aud nol inperial. And our lathers put forth the Declaration of uili'iiendencc only wheu they fund they could not get x*l self government witliout it. Thcv submitted to in lependeocv w a uccwmtf, in order i ?et local soir gornnctl. Iliey esUbludied the independence of tli so uloniei only an a UK-ana of acquiring the rights of local elf govt rnmeiit. Thus you liud that the revoluunary war is justified only upou the ground tnal be |? ople of the colonies had a right to govern tliera lelves in their lt>c*I aiait 'rs w ithout the Interference of be Itritifli Parliament. We are tow t"ld by the rej ibli .ma of the North, and by the disuiitouist* of the doutli, bat the principle of nou intervention and popular aove eignty is very well il the SiaUv, but all wrong in the srrM rim (lufklw and ikiM.) They Ml that i erritory is n<>t aovert-igo, aud th efore hat no ri^lit to id a sovereign power or NMMM it* I .-i la loot, lit nie ask them if tins colonics were sovTeigu i hen fur fathers di inandeU tie name rUbt ol self-govern u'liif Our fathers demanded this privi)< ge, not for sorerign Malts, but for dependent colonics, rbr provinces, >r Territories, while they were drpendeut aud remtifiing 1 a colonial and territorial condition. (Cheers) l?ur fa Jersdemanded this privilege un-ler prtcuKdy the iiiuo ircmustanors that we democrats now claim It for the eople of the Territories Wo democrats acknowledge the igbt and duty of Congress to |?ss all laws which are ?lcial, and Mt local or territorial in their character. Fc don't deny the right of Omgrew to regulate com ncrce with foreign nations, to make war, to collect rove ue. to iierfortTi lliorc general aats wttvli ar fe.i.-r.i U(l' not "local in tbalr character. I?ut we demand thai people of a Territory, the unio aa thoao of a rolo it, fl.all bo |>* rmitted to make thrir own law* and eata iluU ll.t'ir own iD?titalH?u- to auit Ihemaclvca. (Ap. lanu'.) The nprtlMM U Now Hitup*blre wilt tell ou tbat the people o>' the Territory bare ao right or cirgovcii.isriit uii il Uioy bivonic a State. Iltrr ao tghi. Why not? l?**uae, they aay, Congroaa baa not tveu them that rlfht. I hare yet to loara tliat an fretiuan, whether In a State or a Territory. i rir. hia righta Irom Congruaa. (Cheers ) I am aware h.?l tlw torn? 14 the Kevuiulloa took Uic |<o ind tiiat the 0OJI r of Ihtao Ct>l<?taa tad bo righta tlC '|>t tbnas which be Kan of r-u*land grafted to thea la the r clurtcra. uid they rani that, uiaamuch aa the culoule* obtained heir rgb?? from the r own. why, of oo<irae, the King ould take lb. in away wheuevtr be tfco'igbt proper Uu|lil?r ) What did Washington, and JeAmon, and iaj.eoek, aud Warren, and Molly SUrk day to t'jat doe. iim-f (laughter and ebeeri.) They told the Kmc of 'oftlat.'l :u>d the Hi tliah Parliament that they did not g*t heir i ight? from the cm an, and bciioe tint tho crowu il.i i -i take tb-rn away They told th" Ktng oi Kik uid that litry obtained toelr right l from (?od Almighty, i.d thai he ai<aie could take in. in away. The durtrina f the rrToluttoaarv war wa*, that the r'ght of local overnmenl waa Inherent la the people; an<T that b?n:e It rightlul government trnM cmaiate from the e ^j.le, mid b? cauld fht><t hy and (or tne l''iie;it of Uie eoj Thai wax ihe d trtue in the l.nt of ibe Rero iik?i. Bet we are now told tbat tuia inherent right of el! ?"rrrtin>- nl "?.ly perltlna to H j?w?. do?'l belong t > urTlori ?, nor colouka, i>or prottnota, a* it did la 1T7S. ' t ur- < I'iisn r ihia claim for a moment. I rt^pnaa tba' o?i, clttirna of New Hampshire, without dla'lnctioa of ?rty, ail cl.nni the mb< rn.i right of a?lf goverumjat 'Vie yea "J You th nk It la an mh rent right that ito vrrr on ea th <*are take from you. Writ, I cuppjae that rootr?la .? i<t rr|?il>lK?u? agree to far. B it th'1 reteihll m tell* ,?mi tliat the ro<>ui -nl a cttlaea of N w Htaip lire (who |*** <* Ui<" inherent right of *ej govern nmt w I. tr.r he May* hen-) rroaaea a line and .lor* a T rrltoiy of Ibe I'mted State*, he f irfella the i:ht. (Ironi. alrlxora ) If It trie that a r?ti*<?n of New an>|*hiru forlett* hi* limits.able right of aeil gov >ra ii nt wh> n he move* to a TarriMrr f ("'No, ?ir ve," aud pghlor ) What prnvtaloo of ihe conititotUa of ttx? ' 1 ' ? " ' th..t ! I I .1'.' . ( \.MI Tti -ii [* ii atat gronn I w it tbat au AmcrH'an cttt/?n la dartre.) oi hia rlglna whu be goea into a Territory od> r th i i ii-litnti.m and the American flag f Will tn- r?|.t <11 i> lur fnopie 01 IUO liTill?ru? aTC ?t capable of ?elf p vitninoiil ? Wtin are tha ?o|>le <f lb* TVntiorhat Vbin did they conic Na?iy of tlwtn are your >??, jour broth -n, wbo ft tbe granite bill* ol tl.etr native Stale and went to area* TWy wore c*p?ble of *e|f government, were tbey H, whca tliey left iKmwf When did th^y lo*.' their ca icity to t"ViTH IboniitelTW# (|jn:gbtcr and cheerm ) i re th?y aj y let# atxble of aeii g 'vertiin?nt alter they t to Kai *a tUan thi y were wben they ?t*rt<?t fH-1 tbey Me all ibrlr *euae and intelligence and the virtue tbey ?*v?*ed * bl'e f,n tbe f-rry b >ai eroding the Miaaourt ?rr' (l?tf!.eri bere and *h?.o, I aak. did tli? na reborn rltr.ea.wlu> wa* rapewie of selfgovern mi>ut I en be atarted.loar that caoacity? (' (] alnt kwt it pt.") 1 wlil ret nreteod to aay what may be tbe opinion 'lb* people of New Hitnp^nre a? In tbe capacity of the s>|>le of tbe Territories and of the tew Slate U> govern i-tfuclree I will ouly *ay tbat we, wbo htvo upent a bole niuiheod "ti tbe frontier, do think tbat we are ca ihle ol *i ii r 'V ii nient. We will nrver admit tbat you e any wi*er, better, or ircro capable of ?elf government an ovr?elr?? We bare a great rwprel for you of the d Plaice I think we lore you batter thin yn>i do ua. antbt. r ) And I will give you good reanotn H>r It. I e a nati\e < f New Knglatid, and I lett the land of ray rib, the reetie* of my chkldb *>d, the g'aee of my Itarr-, an I wot it tn the extreme Vor'Jiwvat. And yet rw I rgtand m my natire land, and I love bee on at aci"?tt lllltioia Is rot your natire land, and you Hi'l lore her. thdvfnre, a* mueha* I Jo, wb" lire there fore I nav to yu that the people Of tlie Xnrthw- I wh > Btgrale from New CngUnd. fr-m Virginia, from tbe irttlicao, from any of the old State*, remain loyal In eir alTrct?on? to the state* from whleh they remove-i, Nile tr.ry lore Mill dearer the Mat * where they bare ?nte?1 tb-ir wir?? and children Vet we tlilnk we are >t h* i a|*ble of hell L">eerhmei I aft..r we gel out there we ? e e befbrt we Marte I With all due MpWt, *. itik we are qnlte at cunp-tent aa you are, ant I will ! re yon a reaeuo for Iba; I tbitk tbe New IUrnp*in.e y i?lio m'rre t > the Writ when h* Is twenty )<?r? of e, I* fwt a* capable cf eeif gorernment a.* the brother at r? main* behind Juat m?t your eyea r.mud tliw igtiberhood, and find an old g??tlcmiT> whi h? I two n> TYv O e ? ?- tn ambit k>'i re-t?e?a, energetic, ring be* the i.i'.er v * an aml?bl \ klad, ltry,jfw?1 Hi* il-irMi-r Wh eh i Howe N.?? do yon llvnk rait .1 weatl ? i ,u ?t?|edat lioni >, ami li*vlw<th ). da/Sty and tnavmy' (Lw|ht?r ) T'' ' 'iv* laibf tlou* youog follow went a>>d dug up tb *? - < ta tU i I wildei ur-4 h- ctfvM out hi* own f>ri... e, 11 vU' )i. o?a i fa>in,|Mit iph!?p#n fence! aud puri.. tp.it l.:-o.?u i rail* (Laughter and c'f-ers ) if * c i: .-.ite t I > v* i fields,erected ^ scnoei bou*e iu.l * clvir-b?ys aud I made lii* owe (ih'inet work, too By t ut trn I reckou the wild boy had c?ii hii wild i>:.u pi-ity well, k i wa* full} as capable of sel'govrnment tt? th? cup t'.i*t i ttayed bore a: acltxl uuder father's sad mother's id vice Aiid what u>'>re* Very likely that young fello.. hft? r 1 p l ad nia'lf ? homo f >r h.mxeif in the Wert, f ma . ; himw If u little lonesome and concluded t" come bark and ' M tbe old jieople. H he did, ten to ot o thn ho put his eye < n ll > prettiest girl thai could be loaud w the neigh- . borbood, aud took ber out Went with Ir.iu, thus taking I i | away from ibe old New England State not only the smart j I (-8t lx?y , but ulr.u the prettiest girl iu the district, (laughter and cheers.) Now, are you going to tell mo that audi | ; people are uot capable of aclf government, mrely be-- ' cause they live in a Territory? ("Not wu.") 1 bold that > every |<olitical community, State aud Territory alike,ha.*, i under our system ol government, the right to govern itself in all thing* that are local and domestic, aud not ' federal. And, what in more, Mr. Bucbanau thought so in I 1 Hijfl. Mr. lireckinri^ge aUo thought so in ldSfl. i The republicans all thought an whea they voted i I >r the Crittenden bill Iu the Lecompton controversy. ^ utrm.^ iiiu ucuiuviavii; j'Ui i> IUIMIVD ?u u'iw. \ *P* 1 plause) This principle of popular sovereignty i and nonintervem.un is a caidiiial pl.uik iu , the democratic platform. F.rery democrat bis h< retoforu declared and considered it a fnu<1ameutal article of his creed. But here I muil be just to other parties. We democrats are not entitled to the exclusive claim and exclusive credit of this doctrine of non intervention and popular arm reiguty. In 1852 it wa? adopted as a plank in tbe whig platf rm Clay and Webster established it in the compromise measures of 1850. General Pi< rce was nomirnted upon it in 1862, andelcctod upon it. I remember well that in tbe contest between Pierce and Hcott, in 18(2, the whole controversy was which party was entitled to tbe mos' creJitiuthe adoption of the compromise measures of 1850. The whigs were in the habit of claiming the exclusive credit, because their great leader, Iknry (lay, was tbe auth>rofthe measuro, because their godlike Webster nude the argument to vindicate the measure, and becuus i their model l?resident, Fillmore, approved the bill after Congress had passed it. , On tbe other hand, I was lu the habit of denying that the whigs were entitled to all tbe crodit, or to in'ire than lulf of it, for the reason that while I admitted that the whig party furnii-bed tin- general tbut commanded tbe army, we uemocrats furnished a minority of tho soldiers tb?t ttave tbe votes and passed tUe measures through Tongress. But it cannot be denied that both tue whig and democratic party, in 1852, stood pledged by I be platform to this principle of noil Intervention by Congress with slavery in the Territories of tbe United States. Will any man deny the truth of these : facts!" ('No.") How the* does it happen that so Dial) old whigs, so many old democrats, have strajed away from tbe path where both p'irti;s used to tread in' |>eace and harmony? Whlft and demoi cruts were iu the habit of quarrelling about ibe distribu tloii of tbe public funds and tbo sjk cie cucuui. but at tbe Mme time tbry were agreed on tbe slavery questi >n. Noli intervention was a plank common to botb parties. You whig* agreed to stand by that, and so did we democrats. 1 want to know whether you, old whigs, are going to jump oQ the only plank remaining tn the plattorn, merely because you ttud me standing on it? I give you fair notice that 1 never intend to abAii'toe it, if 1 find eveij whig in America on it. (laughter and cheers.) Si It"was with the American party in I860 You Americans and we democrats differed about other matters, bit , agreed on non intervention. Remember the twelfth arti tie Id that celebrated American creed, in which you "preteimuted" tbe slavery question. "Pretermit" was the word used. Now I want to know if , ji u are cot willing to pretermit it now? Pretermitting, I reckon, is about the aaine as lou inteifereiice. Let every old Hue whig, every democrat, every Americau, every conservative man, rally on this principle of non interference by the federal gorernm <nt | w ith slavery in the Territories, aud you will^have peace and ha inony all over this Uni. Kemembor, there has 1 never been sectional strife in this country exceot when tbe federal government attempted to lake power over the loral and domestic institutions of the people. Ai l>ng as ('orgies* h.it cot.fuioil iir acta tu tboee few obje.w specl tied iu tt? constitution as heu g f>-dtral, and not local, there lias bten |>eiice. But now you llud this country threatened with sectional strife, aud why* Because jnu are now real *mg what the Father of hie Country, to his fiirtwill add rets, cautioned hit country wen afaicsl. Vdu now tind this country divided into two ectiunal |<artios, or.e North and another South. The republican party ap IK*ill to paaPH4iit, prejudice*, and tt. ambition of the North >gniiitt the Houth and her instiuilioua Secession Ms of the S nil. appeal to pasfcioim, prejudice*, ami to the ambition i>l the s. vereign |?oplc against the North and our institutions. The republicans demand that the federal government shall take charge of the slavery question. Tbr SouUien. B?>?s<iouicUi alno demind that the federal govtmmvM shall settle that question. The republicans want the federal government to wiel 1 it* power agaicel slavery every whore. And the sooe wioaisU want the federal force wielded for slavery erorv where, Thus you tlnd an irrepressible conflict proauoed between ttx?e two sectional parties. Hie one is the antipo 1<m to tbe oiber; and yet the one is necoaaary to the existence of tbe other. The republicans of the North aud tbe sect st ion ists oi the 8<>atb oocupv precisely tbe mim relation to each other aa tbe two bltdea of a pair of shears. -They both turn on tbe same pivot, but cut in opposite directions. (I Aught or and cheers.) Interference by Cuogn?s with s avery in the Territories m tbe pivot on which Doth turn. The republicans tell uii that Congress must prohibit slavery wherever the people warn slaver) ?no nutter about i?mhibltiug it where tbe people don't wsnt it?11.ey prohibit it themselves. Heuce. the lepuM.ciiiis waul Congress to prohibit ularery whenever aud wherever the i>eopie want to hare it. The secession i.-ts vf tbe tk>uih, on Uie other band. demand that Donprr+n t-l.nli limn.tain uud protect sla\ery wherever Unpeople don . want it. They say that th'-y are going to (HI it |T4mN by >rigr<*'s sherever necessary, and that it is not necessary so long as tlie |?v?ple waul it, for ti thev want It laey will protect it tbittifekee It is only necessary when the pe..pie don't wsnt it, and Uiat ic the only time they are going to Interfere to pietret it. thus, both of thoen p?rtiee rest then reejiectlre clairai on the doe'rioe of intervention by Cot'gre** with riavery in the Terr lories, in opp-tltton to the rigbl of tbe |xi'|ile in all caws The dunoralir party.on the other baud, proclaim tbe doctrine of uon nterferenoe by JocgTes* with tbe domestic institutions of tli e people everywhere. (Applause) We say to the federal government, "Hands offt Touch not the local affairs o( tbe people!" We say to tbe federal govern ment, what oar fathers said to the [Iritisb I'arlla ment, "Miud ymir own busluoai." (-'That' right ") Passing through Vtrgennesthe other day, a g mienm in tbe cars railed tny attention to an old piece of Continents money. -jtid you ever mind tboee words?'Mind your own bnsideas /' Another gentleman in the cara called ui) m> wi ?iu iui?muw>h coin, on me itrem* mdc of wlitib ww, "Mind jr??r-jwii bunn-a? ' ("That i very (rood cn?4. ') Td?( w*m tt? frcul of w father* iu the kctoiutk* Thai >M what lb f raid In the Br Itiih Pailiaincm wen I they alien pled lo ft roe ilavevy on the colony of Virginia. &?r*iii?t ill ? ill. Th?t l? what our fa therr taul to ill* Hrttwh (fOTrrr-went wh<-n it attempted to toaUrol our in their local and d^raea tie al!sir?, and to dictate what kk I ft p*perthey h'?all ?i ite on thir filhcra ?M to Uir Britiab jot miner.!, ' Haiii a off. ?l.ud your own bn?iiH?? " And in order that ih. > mi(ht perpetuate U<at m Klo, an J render it fa miliar to llit r ' In! )- o, Hi >y p! i it i,. a th - r pi|v?r m.tirjr and on their cm, in oroer that every child ,-n mid I ram to trad II. Let ua now act oo prlii clple. Lrt u? aajr to Ouefreea, ><Miud yotir oarn limine ?. aud lot the Territorl-* alone " I have a word more to aay to yon, and Ih n I bare done. I pre pi nir that mai y ot yon have buritu a* b-f re CwigreM o( mni: kind or oilier. Porta pa one of you hi? a ?la\n for a |? i.aioti If #o ai>k your r< pr aeMative. wtii-n h*- coin ? hitrie, what b can r- of yrwir bill. He'll tell ywi tint he did the beat h? could for yon. but that it wia I wt f ir j want of time. "Why laet for the want of time*" "01!, C??.|{res? otvupied tie whole time In ltarn:fltu( thealave ry i|ii-+tion. and there vm no lira* to |*** your penalun l Another tu?> havr a', n t < .,. i I- rrn h -jj ' liaUoc bill Aak your repfeaentatire what Ih-i irae of i thai hill. "Ixift for want of time; alaver* qneation oc cnpHa the whole time; no cbancc far thing clre " Ark your ropvneiita'Jfra why Ihey did not rrmotlw the tariff in ortW lo ra?? m mry r.Mifh to defray the' vprnrea tif the fc?roriim vit wit boa* bor i ow ibf twi-ot v mllli<n* of dollara a year. Tlirv will tell yoa the only reason that I be hill wan loat w'aa for want of time Hie nefro quest Ion or.iipim the wbiile time; te i hao f'T the tariff Aak them why ibey did n< t pa? a l*arifl<- P.ailnad l>lll. and a*, the Fime time remind then that Fi>lii*?ee waa pledged m a 1'a- iflc taiiroad v Imc a > amli<lM< in 1AM. aiid Fremont waa pled<M to It, and Rarbanan waa pledged tu it?all lliree partie* plotted to It. Vet the very hill, the very ni<-*s ire Ui which all nartie* were pledget, could Mt ft a m\|ority in either hiioaeof (Vmfr^as Atk your re;ir.vte?iUUveH? Wh>t "l>r-l (ur the want of time, the ne^ru queaihiti tat. - oj> all the ilm^ an t tb>*re la no time left to attend lo I the iml rial intere?V ?<f the oountry"?a? leaat to the iole- | rot' of the whit* folk.<, aa my fri'lid in the crowd aajra 1 Iu my opinion, the gwvt>tTir.onl of UiM eonntry la th? white man'a roveniMeat. It waa made #y while men ff* | tbe Ih t etit of whit* Mrn. and oufbl to be almtaia Ureit i>y white men (<"beer? ) And I think the i white tmn have a rlcbl lo a am.ill portion of Uie I 1 time, at lta*t, ?o Jiat tbetr hualnewa may be all aided < lo You never will have appropriate lentalalton ' on any of ttxwe quest km* l>efor?< (<>?mrewa?and I j I am cot dlFr*i??iDf tbe qoe?tion aa to what the lefta | I (ttii i- ! ? bi.t vow levei will l.av- t!i" ?ubi? tt i rotred and a< t"d i pon until yo*i hamah the ncaro ' ( qneH:.>n ftom thr hal'a of Omjrea* lyl u< baui-h that | I qwitu* Irom G?ffTc* f?tever. Remand it to l!to peofile j f^the r-rrltorira w ho are lnt?rewl' 1 In il Let them tj aa they plraa?>, aubj r| to the oooa' tution of the Cnited I Slntoa, and Ui? rr will be no ntum of coutroremy between 1 ' tin Niath and tbr South Mklntain the doctrine of nou- I I inlei \ mt ion and th?re will be pe-< r> and harmony b? ' i twi ti all recilotit of the country Why ran we not n >w t | I1W ? ?r?r? we did In farmer timr-' Yo'i trtll a!l ' rrwnaber tl.at during Mi? Revolution the Northern army * # romtnarded by * ftouthorn cm r*l, and the *"ith?rn *n v?i a Vriil rn g-neral. ai.d on the bull Doll N>uil?ern and Nullum itk ti f>u?.hi ihmUrr by a'ouldor 'n a i irri.en mu?<*, ) urwl mil their Mood in a cinmm battle. in ?< rr U,?t they might trtonalt a rnmm>4 in b? Mini <-e to their rlnidren Whr am wn not lire to pother now ?i we did tlwn, in the bon la of p?ao? and nai<mil)* Ttw?e qnratioua cmtr home lo iu tn the I V-rthwot wiih m"r* form than they do W> ymi ev<*n Into the plalna of llilnot*. and there ymi will Dnd l)x> Yai kr* I y with a Smtliorn wife, the Yankee girl wiih a .Siitbeni tmtband. When their rkl dreu h.iro ?.i' wti u|i ard bire gone to vial, the grave* of thou fitih-r> or their molirre.or lb* grate* of thetr anr-?tor?, Ih ) lnvr t*i\ W- c" lo \ irguiia a? m< II aa New Haiu|< fbirr t.i *< > ih?m h lb Wh rhlld ha* a Southern anoee l'*r a? well :i? a Northern one, and be <Vw'I like to have etirfrf hotf* d on the head of the parent or the grand (wrent. Then, again, when ymi n?me n talk to in about a dtaaoiyiloti of tto L'nt-m, wc toll ywi " No' Sever." Wn ir*rte S*:thwanl aa well *? N?rt waid We fMrnwh the water that f w* down the Mie-Mwiipi a* well a* the w ater that flow* through the l*kea of the *. lAwretiro. We it.|. ii t to fellow that water wherever it fl">wg until II inltiglra llito the >n ?l or>e?n (A|iplan*e ) We h*T? *<?rial and i mnierrial relation* wiih tbr V.m and the |j*>t alike We have the tie of ruMWy and or bl ml tint bind* then. toceU-er When >o?i let) na Uial tln? Vni.<n m lo l>? dtowrlrtd we any " Nerer for the nn*ift thai we neti r interd lo travel Into a foreign ronniry, anl ol> 1 lain nnd bar* H by cm.i( In ertier to t!*I? th to?ub? of oe- fathers ar th. hik-aea <if mr cliUdUo*! li nee there is out a IC4L cj ! frontier that dou t Jove thl* tflo rious Iuku; i 1 bi1* ?um> we di lovo the llutua our nutto \n u<*\i.r to do an act that would alienate ou9 portion i f the l--?|>le from another You can only pre iK-rve the I Dion by ma.utamuig p. ,?ce and harmony iuid cot. cor J among th> people of the dlflereot section*. kU menhir that me tie a'ter another Ii?k ai."?ly bee* si vend Tiiis fell apirit ol sectional strife has Invaded Uc holy tanctua ry, and separated the churches into cLurchif North, churches South. Ibis fell spirit of sectional Ktrifi bit Mptrated brethren at the couirn iul<>a t?ble. And when you flnJ a spirit or strifu so deadly that it cat sever soci*l lie, and reltgioiu. tie, and political ti?, ?bat la your constitution worth, when you bavo iuaO? tbo people enemies who Iivo i:nilcr It? You must biu<l tbe beard (>f this people together if yoo e*pect to maiaU.n tbe Uuinn. You can only bind those hearts together, ai.d mould Ibem into one, by observing those great principles of justice and equity upon which our whole systoaa rt*ls. (Cheers ) My friends, I feel that I hare done ia> justice to you us well as lo myself. ("(toou") No, I ani not going on. I have duueinorc talkic? to day than 1 expected to have done a'.l sun.*nor. I thought I waa go ing to pass quietly through, but every road station wsfl so crowded that my friends were literally overwhelming rue with kiiiduise, and it wad not in my heart to refuse to rf*p<cd to them. I made no political speeches because I was welcomed unanimously by aft parties; and it never wa? in my heart to say an uni iad thing to those that were kind to me To-day I have uulf touched en these political topics because your cha.rinsa, u )m in I rfvin/<aH mn in ?<? * ~ , .U . IK-.1 l>.j rf/v< .11 au'-uii ju w Klein 1 do nut u,U i,J m a ijoeial thii .. ?.? enter uito tU<* poliltcul discutsioiie i.f tlA year. li i the flist time in twenty ktwi years that I uave looked on at a political ignt will, cut faking a hand ui it I am now e-joyiug a holiday, Tlfcitiiig the watering place* fur the first tun", taking a littlu ricuatu-L, ai.J, it seems, Hpeaknig a lull* ji ht t. r i xerciK'. (lai:ght. r and cheers ) But, e itle ii.iii.I innst hfu,a seriously, and with profjuud gr*U tude, Pi|)?M to you my thank* for the manner in which you Lave NWItM toe i > day. It ccrUm'y is a ra^ni fleert and imposing demon* tratiou?one that I feel that I lute a right to be proud of, and cue that icflicts ere lit and honor upon you who bare got it up. I do not accept It OA a pviuuttl tribute to myself. I believe, and osajr rejoice lit tie belief, thai it is intended as a forcible maauer of expressing your di votioti t<> t!.(?e great political principles with which my public lie is ileuliliol, (Loug and prolonged appUuse ) The fipeeeb Of Judge Doug!** occupied an hour and ten minutes. At Its conduci->n, be was contacted through the rrowd to h carnage au 1 driven to ha quarters, the residence of Oliver I. Sanborn, Hpq , follows by a larg?- mars of |>eople, who cbtMred Lira with the greatest eotbuiiasm. Tlie |>eopie sou* after begun to assemble iu the Court lio\s?) yard Mil vicinity, iiud before eight o'clock, the hour for the recepti<'U at the City 11x11, au nviinnuc crowd biid coln-t-d, tilling the ynrd and the strefl in front At difht o'clock Judge l/onglat, #? conducted to tae Hall, which was s'Ki* Jammed fill, and the rcc plion be^&n; tiud for more to.ia an hour tLenriaiu of entbnaustic men continue I to b< fore biiii, sbasiug him hesrtilv l?jr tiiebaud, ant.I all tnad hnl the pleat ure ol so doing. After whieti Mr. Btilejr, at the Ik&ton Hi. aid, wa? called upon for a speech and responded I n fly, and Ju<1ge Doiij lis also nia^e a few remarks, woic'b wore received Willi great applause. Vi bile the meu were thus honoriug Judge liouglns and gratifying lljemselvre, the residence ol Mr. Sanborn wtl thiongcd ? uh ladles, who gathered there to pay their resiied* toilrs. IXMiglas. While these ret entions were taking plvc caon n wore fired in the tear of the Court Howe, and at a later peno4 a line di.-play ol firework* won in.ide in front, wbiie during the whole time excelleut music was discoursed by the hands. Among the attrae.tive futures of th evening ?rn a fiLc display ot Chiue-o lanU-rtifi hetwoeu the City Hall and Mr. Suiiboiti's bouse, and u! j (ruui the pule iu CruM of the Mate Souii after t en/> "clock the crowd begaa to<!i**ppear, and before eleven our city resumed tts us'iai quiet Hie thouKii.iJe * ho bad conn here to honor our distinguished guett liad depai ted for their bonier, hitfhl/ gratified witfe the prooeediugs of the day and evening. The Toai| Men's Dtmarratlr C'??r?*lirni ?Siprrrb of EcSrutar Poole, of MltilMlppi, In Favor of Do?|Im?Ilia Dmum latlon of Vanrry, ( uihlag, Mitel < 11, Ji ir Davis, and Other PaHtldaai The Htttialon finest Ion in the hoatk, ,?4 ., *C. Sl'tX'lAL RKTOKT l"OH Till N*W YOU HKIIALD. sahjMOOI, august 1, ltn. l x Scinlnr Hoary S. Koole, of MMtaaippi, who htl been upending some weeks at the Springs, was torIIat yesterday to address the Young Men's Democratic Mats Convention, in aension here. He accepted the lavttatloa, and spoke last evening in Metropolitan Hall to as large aa audience as could squeese itself into the not very spacioaa room. Ilia appearance on the platform was greeted with enthus'astir demoostral tons Us expressed himself (tolighted at the enthusiasm prevalent in the Cooventioa and throughout the Kmpire State at this critical innarnl in the country'a history in behalf of Douglas and non mtervent ion?(cheers)? of Douglas and the Caloa? (cheer*)?of Douglas and political reform Hs prayed that that fteling might prevail still more widel; , might grow atroogei and Mrougtr, and energize every nu la the republic, until iu Nov tuber noit such a majority would be rendered in favor of the fundamental principles of civil llbect) as would forever silence the cavillers of the day and put down faction. There wore three important objects to be accomplished iu this great contest? lirst, the vindication of the |>rtt>ci|4e of uon mterveotioa; second, the cleansing aw ay of all existing corriipt.ous la cfllec, and the reformation of certaiu evil i-sages of mat deleterioo* influence at the present day; and third, tha saving of tlic Union itself from the danger that mcnaocd it. The princi|>ie of nou intervention had been discussed so often of late, and no ably, especially by their own distinguished candidate for the I'resicenry, that it would be a wtai i.-oinc and unproaublo task lb* him to undertake to disruia It here. Thnre were many who undertook la aaaert that Ibis doctrine of noo iut< rvention was a newfangled doctrine. How dared any man lo say so f Praaumi-tuoup, idle, worse than absurd, was it to assert so. It was as old as the principle of liberty itself in this Itnd at freedom. It was embodied in th* faith fi ths-ir f/X.nlal aanaa'Aea fa a radical prtbci|4e of tbe old republican party. IW ?.< the miat illiiaUtous ataleamea thai Virfiuta rrrr pridueed?John Taylor, of Carolina?In a political work a blub he publiabcd < art) in Una eotury, u^crttd thia principle, and uMaklcil t( fully, without any oppoalIm n Irom any quarter Ami who waa John Taylor, of ' antiin< F Ld ibc Ok) Dommiou ibat queaiin would ba ansa < red by every Intelligent a. hoolboy of lea yean of if They had all biarn about tbe celebrated reaotatwM ofl?M,ai>d vertaia ,-cumiau. aballow and oaawbataatial ae tlx y wrr* raiachievoti*, of the auaoy ttoulh, utter<->i habitual prau-e of theae noble r ?= tlutum*. wturb, Im ventured to fa), tt>< ac g? r.lleni'n bad either oarer read, or bad nrrw l>een able lo wpribial Sillier that, or flue Mr Ma.ion a a* a fw4, for Mr Madihoo bal yean ago, io a IctUr U Mr. (mrll, aaaerted that lb ear rcaola imna wrrc n' t intended lo embody the arcuraad dootfine* <4 nullify au.-u or the tnf.-riiaJ doctrlac of aeoaai ha;?(vehement applauae)?nor were tbey intended U refir.ever ao n nm ely, In nuei evil and diabolioal pr?jtll. Mr. Madi'oa waa the author of theae roaol?llona, l I n ua* John Ta) l..r, ol Caroline, win oiler ed Ui-in for ad' ; tioa ir lh? Virgil la I/gialiture, and thia aamr Jolts T?)lac awrrV-d boldly , clearly and eloquent'^, IrreaiaUI ly. the great principle of a<? Intervention to hia work, II Uth d "CtoMnKtll i f < caalrai 1 ard Coattilutioaa Tin i- ai II. ? i.l.l r. < n.m-rtil f i h a wiwt mm Ilial lo the vi rjr daahing and fanciful rfivmpkmi of acceaaioa at the int..Ill 111. m<i t ?I" !?.? Yajie. ya, the Keilta, Ilia Itbrlia, rl id imitt gmu*?wbu think they hare all the wia<l<an id ike aorlri, beraoae n id- very jood natured pa?p e is the S-*ith had honored the a *o far aa to 113too ta tlieir wild and Horny do ;lam.*tiof)' mi grave mat'era of ai nbip w biota they never lud ben, and never would be,able to comprebe d (Aitplanae aad laughter.) ma miKM> MmiaaoK. A certain Snalor fr< m New York, whom h? oooa lor?4 and reverenced, and wb< m be atlll loved but pitied, bia Mind Dirkii for?JA vol.*, "Oh, Daalel'* played ojt " laughter )?ofltrrn riaoiulama n th? ."tenate of Ilka I i III d *t*l4f, ib eo mber, 1MT, in whiri be made lUa BrM regular pvr I Mil ei.l.<'> ?vr If n H III ureal p'tilOl I'le rf |? i?ilar aoveretfnty, an.I now Mr Di^ktnaon had b*i <4ne. In a. me e*li?ni, (oegeirul of lha prl.ictpte H<> I tad I reiiglit Uii*i rie< lutHH.a ui him (Mr Kix.le) aad other*, libiH'W wliell,. r Ibey W'-nld be wlltiiia to au >|'->*'t them. II > (Vr ?'. < !< ) ?a> deii^hled With iVm He IhntigM U-ey eitiibileo ilie greit fundammlal |iriaelple of the '1ar latie .-n "d, ?nd he |ol.1 him t . woul 1 nin ti.M Uieoa l>n?r>! Che* al<4i approred Ui. m, but Mr Calhoun, at *b?*e frni'dahip Mr I?i kir?< n no * boarta. ?.?em~l dal> rmli .4 lo detv iiere hi* ree<.inti?oa and hitiM^lf, aa4 tbrr, iberef. ie, Mirlaed bim aarneatljr col to preat hta reaol iiorf to a vole, b il to ocr lent ItitMrlf with l-'ttioc ll.rm lie u|en the table. He look their advica, auJ lha -ea tiultona lie there at U>e prveeii tr,i.m> nt. th* M<n iij?ia iirrrva Tl.r ii' ?t Mop in th* in tiler *i? Honors! Ca V NIcbolB* MlfT. Tbat ?ct waa done with marked itolitw IT* letter handed t?i him fNr IY>oto) ihtl b* mifhl dor it to Itr rooiHdcralton of the iloTiocralic me nt>or* (C ?*?>'? It cluburatod a d< m a.id dtaUnct aummnMnot t ?.| wM thojr row raltrd popular wnrrn IfbtT, or ion inter vrtitKW 11* prwourod ><( *tnrtft to * letter Imwii up by bimaotf r?qi??liBf tl< neral Cms to puhlttfe he Mtir. Th* HWr ??? |"? >l?h*?1 under h? (*r. cot*'!!) aiiperrtatofl Mid Clr* tmb Th- r* wu oulJ iM Irmotrittir mfiM << (kwjriw* ?bo di*wfiU?d ftvm II. fhat d<*'ri?e waa th ii *tnt??1l*d Is tho Haitinor* plrtifrwi of 1*4*. Mr Vancojr and otliot? wlr* Uifrc Mid ohjecilnj to II, and refuting U m|icrt the dMiocratle ?io*el nti thai |wu?|. So UmU l?ojr wwcot rtot/til enough ? lib th "RieolTM, bi;t B >( with I. ir>w r?r)r. tm* (. modi ? ?w I MO That |trr?kt principle "*? wMM aot>mnly if Ih* oo? irrmtc* eeaurrt of ] ' <> Id eloar and nnmnitakeahlc lag ;i.**e The <! norrary had fotuhl in IMH <>a I he baaia of Kti lateTTOalir*, aiid the mtlil*rjr popularity of ()<?o*r?l *a) h>r akHir enabled their a-lrrr?yu Itv U> raoquiab U?ot? tut hr dcntorrv* did not drvpntr of tbclr mod (NM "tiey rm?x*ti-d that rrry doctrine ti. lb* rompromlw Hfwnrrii t>f l*Mt, with I ho rcttacnl of ("lay. ?>i*w and them of th* leading (Mlilimof that day. Th#y did iwwr la arr nrdanoc with tho reo- mm- ligation of Mr. flllmore. raaotatloM wmaAfnlki b?Ui bouaea of 10a T??a declaring that thoa* (- mi-romta* mrMurra conaU i.iod a him I n II'. ni<Lt Tliu# tho principle of non id tor Tt It** an* adopted it Ih* democrattr creetJ in 1M1 mil ii tbc whig creed In IV: and *t? a?<<-pt*d t>y all Amort* as ?. ? .lb tho ? *i rpi .on < > a f?w wieli li*d al?JiU>< iata ? the fforth an.l a f-w i jual'y wirU hod a*ct <hiooMI? n 1m South 1twna,tl. n T.irr an ?u< I'ltt dortrio*, anJ u? iuui rot Id b *f*tlf itamKtjr it. o* *o* ivrifHT**Ti(j?. I 0( ?l at ?^i rjr baJ it bcett h> an/ iota to mmri V*H

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