Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 17, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated October 17, 1860 Page 4
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against the republican* may enter into to defeat that parly. Ho i? .?t present oue of the Washing ton Heights ('onimbiMimcr* appointed by the bill p >**ed bv the last Legislature to l.iy oui that por tion ot the city. The Bell paity has brought (Hit one of tJieir bent pwDn iu U> i.~ dlstriet, m the per- >11 of James W. lie rard, who seem* to have become p >liti .illy ambi tious in ni* advanced ace, beinif nearly or about 8i\iy years ot ape. He is one ot the m?->t farnou* jury lawyer* of tin- city, a Rood speaker, and po* seeing a ^reat power ot miinii ry; In is, withal, an interesting *|" .ih t. and would make ,i valuable representative. lie i* prominently connected with tin- schools ot the city. mid tak*", great intere-t in the education*! detriment ot the city- 11? baa never been a politician, but *'** a delegate to the Convention that nominated Lt?'tl and Everett, and made a length/ spoech advocating t;u' claims ?)i Sain Houston, lie is a nn min i . ! the New York nri-t?. racy, and daaccd in the lir>t <>.-t at the late lull for the i'riuce, having lur hi* ;? irtoer Mi -? Hm Iwm? ?I he ite U \ bran n Wal.eman, it law ver, and formerly a member of the Coiumou Council. and tram* with the Weed win1: of the repi.Mi' in I' arty; ?as a member ot the State As m diM.v i I ??o'aiid ls.">l. a'ld a representative iu t be Thirty !.>urth Congress from 1856 to 1857. lie i .il> ml tort y live years of age, t?lt. ot medium thii knc*s, w ran his hair in thick tolds about hla bead pie.i-ntiqg somewhat of the puritanical stamp, while tiie rich color of his countenance indi < ate* .1 hearty liver, appreciating the good thing* of tln.s life. He is a hard worker ani a shrewd man a Ci-r. with < <>n.-iderable faculty for adapting ; means to ends, and If tin- demoi ratio forces continue di vided ha* unmistakable prospect* of an election. We thiu elope our sketches of the Congressional candidates, having given the puhlic sutTijient data m regard to the ditt-Tent candidates for them to judge ot their several merit*. We leave it for them to choose their men, trusting that only those capable to speak tor Ne w York and qualified to comprehend the duties of a Congressman will re ceive the certiticate of election ui auy district iu this city. THE IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT. InUrralloK Ulirr of Halt Orrelt. OBI IN OK THK AN i 1 SI.AVbllT CKUSAM IN '1'ilK COM IHH. III, MCh-rilTIBI or I AiLAND AMI THK PO LITICAL NfXrt- <1T1M Or HORTUKKV UK"? COK K. UAtV UK .11. UN yt'INOY At* AM * VTITU KNclUdU BTATKriM&N TUk SOt'TH CAN BKTTKK MAINTAIN IT S Kill ilT-> IN rjy CHI OS THAN out OK It JOHN c. CALUOl> T1IK I'LTIM ATK 1HSOHT NOT THK HU tkkvib ooi kt, bit a con v kntion ok tub sTvrt< Till K I'OLICV OK TUK SOLTUKIIN srATBti TO CON Ckl 'I raOTKCTIVK IHT1B8 TO P?SN!<YI.V AMI A AND NEW .IBK^ttr, IS OKDKH TO OlDi THK! K AI.L1AS0K ? T11K TWO MAIN PLANKS IN TBI Bli PUBLIC AN I'LAT toll* "LANIl TO Till 1. ANKLETS AND AKAlLKOAD TO TBI PAClKtO - Wll.LlAM M. *KWAW> Ql'OrHH A GIGANTIC JH'llhMK OP PrBLIC rtCKMB UOW TO DKKKAT IT AND IWBHIW TUK KKri7?I.ICA.N VVUTT .?LA\!KY A NKCKHHITY OP CIVILIZATION, AM> A CIUI* eol'Ht K OK I? IHIW (MMMBtWa VullKT?l, October, 1460. TO m Fwch'li: or -t is PtAt-saiouitsi. statu.-" ? Th* |' 1 f ?vi- taken 11 the promotiou aad iimtcctloa of jour rljhti and tulci su should at least exc .se this address liy the sixueatb artioiu of tl>" treaty of I'trecht Kng 'and confirm . tin! contract between ibe Ko^iisb timnoe Oui|>any and tbe K lug \A Spain, b y winch that company paTo t.i Si>aiu crowns, and to lue Kitg ol .<,??: a and t o K g of !'t.,;:*tid e?sb oo quartur snare In tbe proiiis of Utir trade, for the privilege of Importing slavi ? n.so the Sptmsh Amer.eaii oolonies la 1331 she pave to Spam two millions of dollars, and has ever sicca maintained a targf fleet oa Uie alave oo*st,and ha* ex erted evtruor' uar) ttlplomalic Influence to abolish tbe slave traJe Why this change of pol C)? 1l 1713 F.iig;aJia nrade large profits b/ th? s'sve trade; In 1M4 she had become a manufacturing a<< woll as a cofumtv *1 people, and having the roouopo y of lb? trade with tile Eut Indies. she believed that she could rt ?iire larger proiile by Introducing her mauufacturui into India In exchange for tropical produalB tfcttn rhe couid by continuing tbe slave tra in, a;, J saw that to enable her f> sell three product* at a profit sue must <A?Utla tbem at leee < ist tban they could be ba t and that a t ititlnuauce of tbo African slave ira le : 1 euaile tbe Spanish American colonies, Bra/i: and the I uited dtaio* to undersell tier In tbe rear kels of tbe world, and therefore she wished to abolish African siavery, b<?ause It competea with tbe labor or India la c>it9rmatu>n of Ihta view Indole from Mr Wlberterte, wu a tbe debate on the treaty ?ithapaa, said ? lnuia* ilUiiik that tbe erant to NrwAn'l I* m irf n?n rr\ to 'ir-*. ktrttalc HI ^Mnairrvial *>t\ by opeaing a inai vunMiunu fci.Kiiuh uijumry, ,m iiOj^d wti.<b ?ul lie ? : t . -I) <!<? ' l u u? mu>? trade is n b? carried oa bjr lae aa-iio. i- tli being I lie ftollvee which governed Wil^-rforoe. we i in be at u.> l mi f>r tbe motives whlob governed tbe Brit.f p>?'i.;e 11 auy d^ubt tbts, I refer tlem to the <? u. fhiku of Wclllngtoo, wh.i In the debate ott Uie corn .aws is 18U, said ? I atn 1'ire that mi Ban rnirreu mere lh<ai I do that r.mj Brio ?o>l ma., .:?>??? ?:i >'i?l t>? al alt d?i?m? ? t. but t 9e l.e.e, i: tsi* r'irt law* mm r ??pr*. ^1 In ia irfim n it a fardofa morapo'ind o< ir<ie n >r* would t* nil in ?if uarn>: knr.i>e V< I U ? w ir.l i >er whic^ lb I (? ? nurr lCa* bad) eota a<* esertea ? eeairol Mi .mJa.^iiw *re% ? iiarn firi '?( Itnropwa i.au >u? ?.. I m Ui? oati >a? ill is- * ?>!>* a . ? a.' ^'l?o o??-4air"? i >r ise tn?Mra<MNI ol a-.m* m*duian tnre? I aeee ee ??wraa were ewl ai eslal l? wa?, lalea lu i >..??? roee ?'!?? Ka*lias >ra laws The* are utribjiabla n Ike etMi ii pie ? if ibis ."??uuirf rbujr bai tbmr r f lu Iim ep*'U"!e wt.ru la i eo .airy r*Alt>'ii*d dunoa tea la>* w*r, an | la the great eedi.i eesertloae Ny winch b?r c.i??r *o i stn*a(ts w?re daivlsre.: oo et-ry Thow wbi ojau* undated rtertwne ? wel. as lb' ?? wb.j were ri-aefad au.i trust ee k| tbem. iA'*i*bi :a?-}r uti?bi ae *?li :.?iiow uu* -??mi>ie ?f r.r |H'*rr .<o'tr i*d lairf and ol .mr ?}??? of em aeree. Tn^jr li tie ' t>.. m *1 ' . i *,n .nn, a*vl hate -?w> . ? 1 %<a mei tbi-isaeuee oaj tfarturws aut (tiea a s(ia<iius lo their ?jui ?eioe tl> re we have Mr Wilberforce advocating a gralutty of two mil. tout of d > * are to i^alo foe relinnutsbiag her par t c t'Ui iu tn the s ave trade, and tbe declaration of tbe H.kc of Wei isgtoo that tbe repeal of tbe com laws would not eeebU Eag^nd to sell a yard of doth or a pound of iroo m ire - any part of Karope or of toe world, over wh;ci. hi g aaJ d.l exerrne a oontrol And wbyr He gtvta Vfce reaano Bnauee other uatioM have followed the example of Kng and, "and eetabuehod am mjret them ?eivta -uaawfac lures and given a Mimulas to tuetr c>m ?serce " la tbe debate no the sngar du'.lee. ia liu ilr Rossrt Peel eaid ? I RI * at . ii >? 1 tat ? ?r d a If aoloar t ? whirh slave rr ka. r??. a il:t?~d Ny law . aa at (ireeent ea'er inn r k? (ieUU'11 MHIaOUbKl o wa.1 h lai- a-su a ?. u ?e I ? et.Sl An i lu the same debate he sai l ? Ta? .boti >ta ? wwa'^r foe Milruei aaiwine ?? I h ? wl?*i ?ewaiata.a i nia.i?l d?,i"t?dea. im. >ui awd ibat bla en iec< is 'Si ea.'b 0' nj K*yta< ( >r llaai I Mr iwt ai'uroe ?! t iba: n? i r ?, wti >? the h moeaHle an t leara ed ma; ^r l ie Hath to admit ac in i aiW aaiiauuea wtib etai ? ecsmssnte O' >'..?? ? aoS O ? way i ? ibi at* Uitt in;?"t. 1? me bun iralile cent "nta pr ?, tr?d t . tnst Ibe atl aa:a?M deti'Oi ne i?wr nwae^i m whs lad. a Ui lb* aatn- ? ititK-r .>r tUv, we abaihl jm 0'ir i depen tea ? . ??t*?r up ia :be ananrar iaof a distr-iarsl wearer ? i l.ani atbire taat I.' was o 4 a?tn ihtt aa? ieue I s en (? rrea uy-ie Ibis c-'tim-T >y o-ir e?i?^arteoe e? if tats w the pun. I J.' ?t th b XI iraMa (eotl -wan. it is iUte't '.ear taat ia meet tmm .rm m u w? m tat re*, .e our p ? ear iat. the uarr iw ItiaHa >. o te n?n i?e?re<a, ? el try ??f K.iflaa.1 ean d'> aeaiaet tb> wwl 1 ?ier balsa aiiaadna- 1 a. m-li peud"iteiea *M b th* haa aetai'. ?h"J tt her Iqaotetneee extracts to prove that the a *M'irw* aid poMrf ef Kng at J tii ruat. a t> Afrieaa slavery a-ij fie slavetrwM ar? bit a part of her system of c ? amv ? l.eroi<eaa oat t< tuivtef lew or an tropical < iloaies, htd beoeuie r:vai mainiit 'ii.re?e, tney bal eea?--t ix-ioaim the i>- -tucti .1 Br t^ti lab-.ir Kagiaad -s * nut if sue oueM exrha-r- h'r maaufst t jree for tropical pr ii i te bcr Ba rifau t tae wouM pu*efeflB* theee pro'.a U, a -.I this c itit-;! i.t< t bar c-n air-oia prMfrrtV Hue mid th s ?<e tret of India, bav r.g b dreda of mi I MM ef p-upt- Htr teg eetautted the eooaataJMed wvdMh of Ind.s iM o??ld t. it *?li to laii'-a. an is the m?4I thw agrn iiM'tl t Ii ;n of In ilA IB pa) n. -at Th- dlturiBiiuatiBg dli gave the Weet Tadie p.aabrs a m >i.o^"iy at the su.yly .n t ?? ti m trarlul there were out *)>i 90u ?MM sal OJOW b'eca* IB the W,et Indies, 'berw were haadreds ef mil Itnoe ef |>et>p<e la lee'a and China, and h ?< <-? tee entsco pu in. of the v tst i - ? sieves, ui? repeal m tue QiecriM I uatiug dut.ee. the op olng of tbe mi Itiiamirket to ?r n.b .uier| ru- Bad Ibf war apm a tv'ry ael the ?Isn trade fe main b-?r last rsi r-it til put oa tbe pprti'tice ( religtos sal to lastarji,, and labor* t" tibet tale Ifr sys^* n or s vnaii/e m >rality f?r the ?i\ it ?liable IIBBI 1 1 s ef the Almifity a' 1 tbe law ae gl vea I" \l "ee Hen ? !:??? BBtIB BveTf o a isr* In the tr-aiiee ef Vieeoe. of iibeal aad ef Wat'i agtna Mbe mafeea war aa Airieao sla r*rj Necaeee sa>* prefers five hoodrwd m illniiB of oooxiaaer* in li ne aad I'ust to one million in the Wees la ltee Her ta?M tr?tal pmcy are reinaie by What she Helievae to b- . - iofr<et n>e expiorat its o< I.lvingttoae, Bar-.i?, nivea.aal <tber traveller*, tb^w that, i tie tae I of oeiag, unuirtK lievxl, a fc*>r i waele. t> ntrai Afrka is aa eateoBlve tract of fertile is?.l*. watered hy Immepae Itxew an I iar*? nat'cahie rtvere. inbahftol by Biaay m:lioweof people, uead to coercive jib'ir, aad II m appareat ibat a aed By ra i ways and steamboats, Afrtraa savory ia A'rict win give ?ich rewards to eoMSBercial eauirp-tsa thai l'ai*,ane and I race will b"fl"me oom pernors far the tra.te if Atrtca. and that bjth laglaniand Fraaoe will avail t betr. . . : v ?? ,f the syatem of slavery, ae It | exista ta Afn a, In mereww the pr >laete of AlrVfi lab r, ? to he received ta sti hange for tB?lr sorpto' lawaafhctarsa . C? lhee? mm! be a rerraBBoadlag rbsage ? f? .* **"' ""?* "* aa 1 fraaew la reta 1MB to tbeiseitati.a nf Afrieaa Mav?ry t knglaad, wtaB lag W> suhatitiila the Vr-^ieai pe-ijcu of Una for the in^odwfts of in# tlATw, miiif w <u>>a iIki h etileli n of Afr can slavery 1n Aa^nea, beeauee. sb Sir Bobert feel sa t , the iM in Haa eotl i nit s -^."??''n'lT cnenpele w th tbe ABI" a? Sltve Kr.gl^d ,n t Kran** oow believe that the Afnaan slave ia Afru^ e.,a pr>l i vt (iieaper than lb? A'r can slave In Ara?r<ea an I ti?. m , rality. Uie ph Untbr py and religion ,4 Ra0aad tnl of fraoce Will aiioe tuaBerm to ibi? new or-tep nf aoa atrae tbe ir meals at,: their relictoa will aooa |i* la ac?rd With Uir if latereeU On roe ask wity at this timn I nibmu ?h we reels vt fee ' I will MBIbib ? Br towar;. ut hit tpwoh at B*tw ael la ether itaih kxiduj 1 !" ? ?5 mat buatemeut, and whtok I It rni 1 1 it and "lHM?WrTt .^J^t^irpubiic ????>???, > will, I innt. t*^ ^ ^ lb, ^ulh) bT convincing I T" EH.Tled cff.?-u ihey eu bettor | II . m thai l > P I tdoUDico than out of it i BuaUntan lh' r "?V ^ North aa(j ifaB rijuth e?Uted .. Cl.ief, a?rt Johu HuiOOC* t*? ^"Jlufeuogm- l. corral W..blUgU? mMMVMl ttrrt President Jotiu Ail am* *" our ?eeoud ; *r A^,,o?i was nvpeeed, and his reelection dof?*l % Mr. .lailcreou, who .aid thai the de? cracy ot trve North were the oator*! allies of the r"P^b lh ^W,e Soolh. Tito, more was a North and a South tali, iMglanlng. Mr Reward d?? the c??.rl Iro 1H*?? thedaui ot the Missouri reetrirliou. I w? u n of Mlesourl? a member or the coMMtlna ' *?*? . iniaii- her constitution, aad took part to that conll,?t~^t can give f.?cU, ?f ?* own knowledge, h?rlug au impor an l beaMPg on the |>ei i'ing issues Jot in Qutucy Adants was oie of the *f tlhrnt, and M such signed the treaty , the 1Kb * which pledged the Dulled males to uail<- with Kngtwd " aboliahmt "the trstll; in .lave. " He Mlnleur id Uweuo. wh*re be wan militate with Oiarkwo HHl Wilb. rforce In 1SW, Owiel Vope C>?k, wa? appointed bearer of U*?pal?ne? to I "??rJ * that a|'|"lLtn ' ut a* Secretary ol Slate, told ma lhai apoa hi* return be Intended to re-no re to of 1KI7 1 ?aw him Id this City, aud be then toll un tost ho b*<i relinquished his purpose of going ber*?? Mr Artuiim had aatlsflud Dim that the migration to in Territories north of the Ohio would be ho tu enable Hie free States to ooatrol toe P'1'1**' LH^ with a view to come lot ) C. ?gruis lor Ibejpu 1 b , tating the slavey question ?li* l, Wr? Uad already commenced the KJ aod ,.f letter* published In * *' ? ? lottery, baodixl me a pamphlet ?7^lD'DA,^I^|To the ha?i? ol vrritleu -t Ibe wggertion of Mr Ada n?. * ' { the auli slavery agilati.'U ? ? n?l u Ulin| for thus tran- this Wkaooable ?"I 1 " id to CoJjr"^. an'1 SfK.SS.ii: '< n?> with Hufii K,uV. lha, U^BoTe^ul wa the .ubjeel of f^uonl coov^.uoa, ard ihmt tocoafldonl w?re old t*der?J pviy, o Mr King ??. a ,,ro?ment leader. Unl l? 7 wja ' .r<,"? nowtr by mMH ol lh?- sectional oriuu/.itloo o( lh? Irje SiaU*, llial otic ol the inns o( Mr Kiug u? '?? , U) ^r^^-rthe British anil kI.v^T more netit orlg na.ed In the .? -mu.erota' o? ^ ^ ? we may well argue thai it * t ja by tl??p:ia?e utct-t&HW* ?> 1 \ jrih'oruiutt.- 1 1 ffp have IMMJU Itoat- new dlFO>ren-? m^AtVloa and Uio imm.-oso commercial ;uVeT*" ' Jv;ru\:^ra ! =?^S23res13&SS gtvn lo the ?la?ebolding Stau-s, - wch. I ">? ' thiah wtll pnttect >o?r rig - i?d '^/fn "irr?pr*8ible Tl,?-Hbohtlonislr.aP?umetU? J? re .? ?" ,r ^ - F?r4Hr:brc'z;a?s KfeSSS ih? ^u^^ eTy of' S^rt! S^emMcu two mia'uree. ?o easy ?" vh(, tdect of Ui8 latetbcabolili?M'?lv- I ^ T lU(1 .s>lllbura rr'^o doos not rL^se th.. tw U SflM?^ ll lK3theUsl?ialor?of Virginia were n??rly ?,,ual.y divid<?d on ^"Thaog^ not ? tfsrawr. r.Uen c?ditioo, and die only m~- by ^ ^ j Iiird savagt progress of ctvtHzilloo 33K^^.--^^sas;aSSl3 , 5SS9S52.1 itilutloo K?r ' ?? '^.'i ' u irm ihe nature M \ug Dumber fr * ' n t? in the aUurc ot miaorl lArge m?v>nt;et V> <tW\ rubu and cobi&oi W to utile in def. Jways ma.- a cor iDtcreew. A rof'u,\ h will surrly he the case il l.ia rupVu?* of|?wrr rtoo yot not receive c one third ul the popular vole Hungry U?r m"r ,^.Z?d ^with temporary !>?- psrtisan, frwodsof the ooMtilulion, will ha*e pi**. V m,Bnutwyem^1t hy our p-t Th^ ^h mu., unH^ Muchof ou'P^ :ut^?Ty Iiavo PeoDM\vaniD anil S?w Jtrtey lutle p^ty P urig, eo the South have b??? bavn been ?r rayed f.?r? t*r<?. ? o0 aod merit. It l? in the Trry nature of thing! thai when a pirtiou- 1 lar l?eo* lilt bwamf a teat <X poiiltaal orthodoty, it arid ua uk*! by drmaguf u?a to mtaiead lae people All wlia Mf Wi ll read in the hutury o( ?hc oeiututioe Know tbtl ilia cbkl raJ af lu adoption ni lo ornlt ? g >r?rn tu'Lt lu be charged wlUi oar foreign relation*, au.l ibtt vhc i>.iw?r to regulate enmmerro with (M-eiga utiuiaf it glvea eiprraaiy i) Ouagrtaa It t* irau thai we, or lb* tMU r'gb4 pvtr, mailt that tb power l? bold in li-unt, an I la limits l>y the pcrjioeee for wnicb It ll Kraal ? I . aad Loom, wlien a; ut ibe <I1<411<M) of Mr. aJatn* It wa? mn that the pariy In power Intended hifh proiectire dutioa on lurciga mcrchandiae, coapetinj wlta Sem h ag and nianul*> turea. to crcala a lar?,r garptat rrr nua t j rt.< rt i?r.<te<l on Waaler? turnplWea, Mr t'tllwan, looking to Uif i-e/iy |?) meet of iba public debt, aa* ibat au n du lie* le?ie.i for aoeb imrpnaea war* mo>aitRtenl with lli# power* tranied to Gmgree*, and urged nulliAaalloa >k tb? proper rein* ly. s*o lar from <leay ing the power of Oon ' grraa to levy dutlea for legitimate ptirpoana, wtww it waa objected to ihr lar 1 II of l*i:a U)M toe dutiaa vara protae tlv<<, I if ri'pix-J thai thla fait waa an ertumeul in favor of the dutae. bacaaaa thry were nam aaary t<> meet tba la gilimat* wanta ot the gureramaat, anil that lactdeoia: protect! ->o to the Interali create) by tba war waa right ard proper Br ?aw that the lar 1(1 of 182s, |f continued ifler tbe paym-nt of the public debt, would laara a large rneplaa in ttie treaaury to be atpaaled by imctioaal Ugw atnw, corrupt lug ibe publii morala, aad eudaagerlag tba public liberty, aul therefore be inaugurated toe mn* meal by H njlli Carolina, which ceroid Oor grena lo , l*<a tbe act of 1131, kiown aa the omprooiiae. the sal ' .ill ration of 1*32 waa an eaereiae of th>- reaerred piwer of j tbe State, intended to prr-oerTe the Union, by reatratalng with in proper limlta the legitimate exorelae of aa al ! mm<'?1 power grants lo Coagreaa by tbe canal Itutton 1 Mr Caihouu held that tbe rraervatioo la the a<aealmeat to the r.naiitntton waa a reaarTMm agatnat all tbe d? {wtmriii# of the gtrerDnKnl; and that mamma ai the I lederal Judiciary waa 000 of the d?,>arlarala of tii>) fado ral girrrumpai, tlx r-earratioa larl'idea that le-.wt u.<nt anu the other* , aul that, therefore a queotl.o of the rightful eiercw of pditi.ial po?< r betweea a H'ate aid in.- federal government rant >1 be daeidad by tba federal Ju liciary . b'it m i?i berefarrel it a oonr?otloa ot tba -U\<? . ?l?*ch atotie b*? pn?.-r to derula It f??' truth ot tbm iwlncipte 11 forcibly illaairat?>l by Uia laauna oiw made by nacr of tbe eallug aboltliooKid, who aaa^rt that In oaae tbey r una Into (*iwar, tbey will reorganli i the -^upreaie Court ao aa to eaiaat'lptie our alarua by wtiu of babea* borpta What protect! m would wa h**e in ?'n h < aaa if we bad not tba reaarred powar of tha wan if OmmulkN may ;ir? to Peonay; ram* aal Naw.Ianiry ?'i h tutlea mi <roa an 1 coal aa lo aileaoe forerer the r >n 1. 1 net wi<ea fraa aad aUra labor la tboaa tttalei. aad tvj beir.g ilini". my w <rd for It, Pcoasy Iraan anl Sew lerarr will r<>'t With lie .*?nh And I aay t.ila ber tu>? cat < bom n. >rl in !'.< imij Iraola and ."lew Jeraey. ail b?li?va that b it fhr UlU ataflr i?a?e tbe pe?. tie uf thean MM wiii ualte wilt aad o iauta the Suth The oih-r and "nly maierial -an? 11 tie 4oaali<>n of IS* r bin- len.i* to f.>'"i/n?ri Mr. He ward, M bw *p-<oe b at Uir>|i,aa ri p >riM . aald ? AV<-t ih? wwt.eof tbe K%n?a< "?eSr*aaa bUl la iiii a-r ? >? 1 ?\ nu I"*i b?i ill! n * Aapalr. Tb*t aa?n la bit re ai m wa?? bit nrwlienoa "iei. wae '?eiraywl au ?*/ >r bl< i<* iiaf 'Wbe wt'ni 1 um?*riy a a n<?iiai?t and n*?i-^i 10.*. ii?|< lr>?? 1 h?i am ?u /nk> Mrtwn i< b?fri n* nr?t a .1 m'r ume til*. I e- ?r ??? bin a >a whaa ?- e?il*l 1 tp?a *? aitee tb* abr-igaiv* of Ibe Vlaaxi 1 f>Mlpn>aiiae II* *ea*4 ??e ? bal I ibmiefil of tb* fnlor* I aald f waa aad4?ned I *04 ,ln??a?. ibo> I wxild perarrar? a?*l at b-^ia He 1 *?? '. '"Cheer at), brother *??ari. Kanaaa will aa'<w b? a aU?? Rule" ,'''?erai I lor* tbea a deMberata an r [ ?*y of tb* 1 road *?W t aaw tb\t ffil la is* t inter* m*i>w ?* Una oaiuaeai waa Ui* ill aaaitr of tb* ace aad nf tbla acmairv. I aaw tbat the *?!? Uak ?ant i* ibw aa a rapab>la of laaaa front an enaaen ?ure ?f tbe rtahia ol hamaa naiore. waa tba ranee -if tba wivrld 1 * T*re - ' ABMB- 'i I aaw aal?ration aoarm* la froa the BeMat h Halee aad from Bnropa into tba Tar nwrtea and I baaw tb* aa aawaaW? tbat tb*r ?omd bare wbwi tb*r eot tbara. aad feat waa ibal they aboqtd own tbe land tbe-aaelroe. aad that iba al?*a aboaM m mm Iwi^ r??aa?aHi >e w*a tbam. I oaid. ' I will tmat Ifeeaa Ma Ky rab*are aball be hanearortboa Iba poor, aal aa tba rwb w ih* honiMa ant on tbe grraa are aad aad it waa to <? -nfaa tbw h waa wi I aail benre faHb I ?mai tnwt a-a la at omiatryaa. ant la tbe eo'a 'run fnewtga aada He k*? aerar iraraed ao a-> <i?t>m him aelf to rf?rorr hy bah*, aad he WW a*?* aad !"><?*.? ui**- Ter rHorlea " Now I beg of fM, the people of the %>ath, to poa 1?r r\ft titeae dtar.l<wnr?a Mr !%w*H tl an **ptr*at f->r ibe PrraWfax y; he rolie* apoa Ibr aati narary ale mert *r>r bta ele?t?oa Be w*a 1a de?i?*'r nntil iwiiowragwt l>y the aaa uran ea of J .ha Rro?? and thea be waa ; >r?H lo rrty nj?<a dwa Uoaa </ ih<< p?iht? landa to for-tga e*tgrarla U<< f?al4 lot pal bto Irnai ib h i own coiiair> tn r. . h ? ral aa ?? 11 apna fjreignmi, wh:a? rrHag he wool* p-irehaaa by fraa gilt* of Um pablic land*. 1)mm laoda the commoo property of all (lie But? the food oo Wtuoh ho relit* for the gratification of his ambition. Will ha M permitted to appropriate Una fund to this usee Can we iiui make a boiler uae of these Ian 'a than the purchase of aboliltoo roiea for Wm. B Howard' I be lieve we cm Twu ma iu plank* id Um abolition platform are.? I. The Pacific Railroad oo the route selected by f Curtia. 2. Land for the landless Mr. Curtia' bill pro wo to give to oertein persons named therein, aod to suca other per boob aa a majority of the paraooa laus naji'd tnay w? > rlate with them, sixty millions of Collars, to United .Stales fire per cent bonds, tbo interest to accumulate unto it make* Be runty millions, and In adUilloo iboreto, a eon tract for carry lug the mail* aud troops and muaitiooa of war, at the rate of six and a half millions of dollars per aunuiu to perpetuity ? under pretence of an arrangement with them to build a road to the I'acido. Tbm bill wa? recommended by a report, of which fifty thwaand copt* we?e to b? printed, but wbir.b toe partus Interested b?ve failed to publish- Why have they not published it? The bill propones to five to lb< ae partita a donation whiob is to lie distributed at the pleasure of a majority, swing the persona to be selected by them, and which, in thirty years, will ad I up to the sum of two hundred aud sixty fire Oii l ols of dollara. Be not startled at the magnitude of tboae tig res Mr. Beward purposed to add a? free farms the while of the public lands waated by tbo foreign voters, upon whoa he relies to control tbo oteotiona aud regulate tne future Of thia country Who are the men among whom this $36i i >00, 000 are to be distributed- How much is to go to members of Don great? Bow much to the lobby at Wasbiuglou.' How much to the old firm of Seward, Weel Jt Creeiy? How much to abolition ediloraf How tuuen to abjluion ora torsi1 How much to Matteaon k Company llja i the tef.timrny given before the Go vide Committee, aid l>? Mere, if j uu can, that such a measure can pjtfibly Con* reus without the moat barefaced corruption And yet tbia Is a republican measure, urged by republic m speakets, and to be forced through the next boksioo of CitngrcM by the previous question Can it pta* the Sena let I am told It will be forced thronrli ?? a party measure, and by the prettuure to bo bought to boar upon the Senators from the Pacific S'aton If ho, tUeti the future of tbix country will reat with the President I envy him the bono' ol his veto. Warren Davis, of South Carolina, used to say that be c >uld trail a whoie paoic or hounds with a single crust of bread How many aboltlioniets can Messrs. tieward, Burlingatne, Sum nor and Curtis trail with one thousand mill .out or acre< of public Mids in theahapeof tree farina; and aeveot y miuions in l ulled Stauw fire per coot bondi), and an an unity of aix aud a half millions, whicb, in thirty years, will nuute ono Li.no red aud ninety -five millions of dotlar* nor*? Such la the abolition programme Is tlMM suf ?dent virtue, Intelligence, energy and patriotism I in this oountry to defeat it t Tha p?wanc<] is that this large subsidy ir indi^pen m jlu to enable tbo partieu to construct a Pacific K?ilr oad. I have iM-l jie me a pam.ihlet issued by a Mr Wharton, ehtorof an ab lltion paper >n New Yorlc, called tho ' Wvti. A idoA/-. which asaortt that tbi Grand Truck. Kail road of f'.inada has juat beoa competed, at n oost of scveutv Hi- - millions or dollars, aad tliat that eum^any have made urraiiiicmt nU, by leasing Ii..e? of Auerir.iu 1 railrtta Is, to ootitrol tht- l'a< ilic 'oa-i , and offer ti c%rry ! freitf' m trum St. I. xtts to Iiiverpo>>l for less than i tin- coat >4 transportation from i*t. l/mi* to N<'w 1 York. How nn.th would tbu Oraud Trunk R* Ir .iid Company give f.w au. h a nub tidy a* it propoaod to be given b) Mr Curtis' 01111" Wna' g'la'ante*" h^ve we ! that ti e purp<,?e of the bill is not to enaMe tbi- partnMt to ml out to that ocmpanjf If they .ir. to h ive tb- 8ub*lly, ? la it nut better tbat Cooi;re?R shall mtk* th? unnt to them direct, deducing the prtiuium wbu'-b the d-is Mta as may I exUirt' Let me oot be misucderalood. 1 am not opposed to the , oooalruciinn of a railroad to tl>e Par Ua do (ar from it, 1 j ?uuid aid the i mstruutioo of more than one But laatoad ol giving Irte farms to foreign emigrants, to purchase votes lor Mr. Seoard, I would g vt tlio exclusive r *nt of pre umptuD to the railroad cmoaulen tvao, b/ bail 1 ng rallroailr, will give such increased va'ue to the land that the right or pre emption would enable such compamea io build and ? quip their roart. U>utcr"?K assumes that the oouatrnctlon of a railroad doublea the value ol the adjacent public lands Jn many cases It will do much more. 1( we assu:n>' thl-i basn>, a pr eiup tlou to isreuty miles on oar-h mdu of a railroad will be worth thirty l?i tbouaand dollara per rnila. This, with a fair compensation for public servine, will guaran tee the completion of more than one railroad to the Pa cific. If tfcla be not enough, then give a pre emption to tlirly miltw gel paid for Uieir lands, which being the common property of all the States, and pledged tor the paymcui ui the puoiio debt, Coocreaa cannot rightfully appropriate them to Mr. Sew ard'H use, anxious as he Is to use thorn in the ourchase of ttie toreigu vote Tne i igbt ol pre eruption may well be giveu to all companies Constructing ruilr u is and auch granta cannot full to be much m >re aoceptable to the ac tual people of the West than the purnhueof abolition volt*, aa proposed by Hr Beaard l*t the *->uth untie 00 this mi-as'ire, and Mr. deward may again aink into his slough of deapair. The aboiitiouiaU offer to Penosylvmnia, New Jersey and the Northwest an inn cased dutv on iron an t c >al, and a single ri-al to tbo Pacific They have traoind a bill which will enable them to tranxfer Hut sin^lo rot I to Iho Grand Traok Railroad Company of Cacadx, an-i that they may prevent the cotu-lrt.clloii o( any rival road, aud thus ea haste the value of tbesubaidy which they intend to carry thrungti Corgreat by a pa- ty vole, under the pr"?eure of the p'o* lous question, they prspOHu toconfi'cato the pub lic Un da for the uae of Mr Sjward's "poor," "humble," foreign voters, and lbu? render it imp maiblo, evor at any tioM hereafter, to uae the public landa .n aid o' im extan rumor our ayrtem of railway* Poi-it ll ippaMatllMt If we giva away the public Land without e "targe ? if wa give free forms to the "poor" and "hotubie" for ign vo ters. we ranaot use land to aid in boi' Hug TaUrovu. Kt murh lor *(r Simard.and l.m p!an for thsfntiiu. do much lor the piau lor distributing two h iodred snd i.inety - five miillous of dollars among a tea loading ahnlititnisM In league with the Canada Grand Trunk iUilriad Cxn pany, whoae p<irpoae is, It would a-->ern, uot only to c<>o troi the only route to the Pacillc, but 1 1 moaopolixe the principal railroads of the West, si a* to deprive the American railroads of their proportional* share of bast mm. (*o nays Sir. Wharton, the ai> >.itu? alitor of the New York Wide A vx?A* Can this purpnaa be defdatud? 1 believe it oan bo. The public lauds are held io trust by the federal government, and may bs sold fbr tne bao> dt of all the Slaws, and the fund created by such salsa be longs in cominio to all They canojl be five# at free f srvi to purrhaan abolition vot?s for Mr S?'ward Toe rigiitof pre emplton may be given to railroad e impaaies, which r"mpani<? ran well aif>rd to pay a fair prior there for, for the construction of railroads will so increase tba JVM Of a ijarent l.tads that the mrrensel pri.>- will ooa ir i lute largely to aid in the extension of tue S)Stecn, and be tnor.h more advaatagtous to the actual settlar* on the frontier than the giving frra faim* to the "poor" aol "humble" "foreign" pauper* whom Mr Seward would bring (' ? the wrkbouaee of > ur .t*; t<> c-tolrol the lu tare elet t ions of lb s conn try Let the South at the next session meet th^ae Issues as patriots Let them a<lopt a symern which, h?ing wise and proper of itself, will be more populamn la > Wett and NtKthweet, an l by streeglheoing our system of railways will easble our own people to own and control oar rail wa> s, as well as to own as>l control our gir ri m?tt Mr. Seward woold give away thec>i.tr.<l of th* government to the "'pw,'' "bumble poo per* of Europe, and leaders all the public lands a- a boons to lod >oe them to rnme here and scoept of it. Surely In IM faoa of ruch a measure, a? unblnshingly proclaimed, we oan put aside tba miaerable ab*traction which enabled drwigntng men to divid* us, and, by uniting on taeasur-w which will ocot more make ns one people, mapire that oaftdenoeal home and abroad which is indispensable to our progrtwa and to the pt rsaanenoe of oar free institutions. As to the insti tution of slavery, the march of science and the per*reos of eveate are rapidly deotoootrating that it t? a oec??lty, < rewultluf frnm Ui? nature and ooadition of man. and to I the wboie people of this coon try one of the chief sources of their welfare and prosperity. Di'ff URtEN Th? Kir* la llidtr Ntrcct. TO Till ItMTOB Ot TIIR n IK 4 LD. Krom the rartook eoorictlag 'UiraieeU aaJ oardg which have appeared tn yojr valuable paper In nlcffw 1 to the (Ire c? Saturday rvea.ng at Na. 102 Hntw Kmt, ?diotoluc b>mM of D ? Cmnptny No 22. at wblsfc Mr. Kdward Dooaelly mm unfortunately burned to death, I , f*ei called ' P<>0 la juatic* to nsyeetf *ud the r lopuj I I onmmaod . to reaeeur" our Drchb r* w ib the fueling of ??< urltjr tbey have al wa>t etprp*?cd, to prea.-?t a pla.a, truthfal tuiotn-'H of th? fact* ? Previ.ua to the parade 1 procered from the Chief Engmrer a reserve ho** oar riage. piace.1 ? eoapllraeat of ho?e opon the muc>' an ! directed two memb-ri of our com pat y, Meeart C V. 1 yort aa ' t?eo H. Rn*a, to re*natn at i\? hotiw and to b* IB r*a.: r> at ahttld a (Ire oocnr is the neighborhood ImmeiitaU- > * th* flre breaking out. tb* hoae wa? at tacbed to the hj Irani direct. f ia front of our Barrage j bfnif . a; 1 the t>!pe taken to the Cfib glory of tb* UMto ?eit boijf adtotolag. bat. aafortuoaielr, the water , would uoi reach above the fourt) atory . and bad the par ttr? above ctaed as 1 their frieeJn n >t been aaaurel that every imi'ii ww nafrly oat of thai portion of the bunding lo t of Ule woi'l not hart occurred The aaid j*rt it tb>?o went to th; Corporation Yard, 1 forccd thJ jil'f and took I ? ate*" Inn of an engin* I and hrmgbt the aaib* O thvi Are. and a/ler ??t ( ting aaid irg'ne ta ?ort,.ii ?rd*T, vtirted eogtn?a Noa I 2 atxi lt> to the Arc I di-ni it a-jm.-ifolly aar>*V:aate tbit our bouae ?houll be deluge 1 artih water, our fural i lure, he . Jeatroved. wtnoi.t ibe aMmpt be eg made lo Je?tr?y the rep- tat in to' efttclMCf anJ pfoMptoaa oar company l?ag ?>ace earned an 1 htva w <11 and faittifally ?untlaed WJI B W C1UM ?*)<?? Foreman Pbaai* Hone < ixpaay Mo 22 TO Ttll IBtToR or Til It It a I.D. Naw To* rte*. I#. 1?*> In pe? sting your ealuabi* coHmaa of the l?th iwt I noticed aa article to your paper, tigned f lward J. Koight, itatiog that Ktglne Company No. 2 >u the tnt appa ratae at the fir* Now. Mr F-llt >r, I will make aa af* <lavt , and can get txi more to tvbaut ale n, that Hon* and I adder C >mpaay No 11 waa there it :,.a#t twenty dre m ante* before aay other apparaim name thera aal there being eo water oo the lire we pa.ard pat la of water from one to another? which waa the m ana of aav.ng lb* roo* oppcmtWy? until au engine arnvert w u t *g?mi.Kv. Foreman Book aa l Ladder ( ho pan y .to II miliary Affair*. ?nun mummr tsuti. iKariertow. Thw rrg meat inapect oo TboriKlay, t!i<- l*tb toat . at t?iiv<atqnar? T>iey will trrl rt, after icapaetion, at Tweaty tereotk ?r?at about four o'eloc P M . and nro*a over to y'*U> a?ee?e. and march down Firth arenoe to fourteenth *tr**t, op Foorveeot iKre-t to Proalway . an I down Br ?dway tognme cnnreaiect point, waeo they will ma* over to U>? Bowery, an l ap the Bowery to lh*lr h>w?t iua?t ?r?. orer the nrw Tnmpkin* ma'ket The h gft ?Ute of d eeipl ne ?thtbtted by the callant Steeenth oo the day of the fYtace't parage, and the di^apoototftent etpa rteorwd by many <f tl"?e <U?rmh)ed to aee the n ?< well at the PrtBee of Wale*, will no <*oubt mdaee largt P'.nbert of o?r r.t dm* I* take ariraniag" iif tha op^ior. t?itj to witawa Vb > jar%lo v tfcunfef cuu n new tml InporUnl PttwumM or IIm OfM< i J?7-Tki Bufllaf LtfliUIlM ?w( I IU KArU. coriir op oyk* and tkbminbk. Before Bon. Judge Gould. Oct 16 ? ludge Gould , of Troy, presided la this Court, j lu ooosequeaoe of the indisposition of Judge Ijgraham. MOTION TO QUAHH AN INDICTMENT FOB POKOIKT. In the Mater of Charles Dcvii* ? Counsel for Mr. Devlin wid thai the indictment was against Charles Deri la, for merly Strati Commissioner, for for ({try. Be had given nolloc of motiou to quash the indictment on the tret day of the term. The District Attorney *y not randy to go en then, nod the Court grants* him nn adjournment, and on U at Same day the Grand Jury found a second Indict ment against the defend mt, and hia counsel vera pre pared to argus to quasn that seoond indictment, and that, bio, w ta adjourned to this day, and they presumed that It should ot right be heard by Judge Ingrahaos, before whom the mailer Orel came up, and to whom all the facts are known. A* It liatated that Judge Ingrahatn will be here lo morrow, counsel asked f>r aa adjova meni, In order that the argument shauld he heard by him, he having Oral made toe order. Judge Gould said that Judge Iograham was not at all well, and would not. probably, hold thla Court for some day* If he oomes 4own to morrow, it will be oaly to

MMle the order in the New Haven lUiIroad. The District Attorney opposed the motion, and aaid thai the Kenlloman intended aLw lo move for time to seed to California for testimony, which would, If allowed, throw the ease over the present term. Judge Gould aaid hu had received a note from Judgt Ingruham, asking bun to hold thia Court not oaly to day , but for some days Counsel lor def, nee aaid that, aa there waa a large dis cretion In the Ju lge in the matter respecting the second indictment, he allied lor a postponement la ordor that It might come belore Judge Ingraham, not that ha had any objection to Judge t.ould, as this was the llral time he had in"t him in a judicial capacity. Judge Gould said trial waa not a ground for a postpone ment. He considered that Ihe Court had uo power over the Grand Jury, nor any right to toatrnct them not to find a bill. Alter some farther argti sent, the C>urt decide 1 thai the argiim>-Lt shos d go on, the District Attorney refuting to couseot to an adjournment. The counsel for Mr lie vim then proceeded with the ar gument on the motion to quash. The indictment charges lae dtiendant, lu four dilleronl oouuts, Willi forging, on the 111b November, 1H67 , the natae of .l?hn Fllzpttriok to a warrant for $5,790, on tneHboe and Leather B*uk, oa acouutnf the conatriuuoa of sower* in 186T. do tne court would perceive that if til", e ever waa any oUerice on the part of Mr. Devlin, which b(" was preparel to prove there was cot, the prosscntton slumbered until the time had nearly elapsed when be could be indictnU. tioun eel read the wa-rant, ji 1 xaid tint there was uo attempt to inutile the writing of 1 itipalrMk, aud taat the Uof-enlanl pjt under the emione iiuot "correct. Charles Devlij " Tb* affidavit of Mr. Devua was then reaa, m which he rtaUw tbat on Itarning of too flrol indictment a?*iust him, be voluntarily appeared, and gave ba.i la $2 COO lo answer; that no pea was put in to that lndiclin.'it. That on the Will of September last, his oouo ix I Loticed a motion lor the lit instant (the opentrg of tau Court), to q lath taat indictment; first, upon the ground in it tbe Governor of thia Sialo bad no power by law lo appolat aa extraordi uary session of Hie Court of Oyer an I Terminer; sac >ud, u(?>u Uie ground that, at appointed, it wns inl.-udod to be a mere c /urt of trial, and not lor she tin ding of tadiot meuts, third, cpoa the ?rouud tbat the statutory re quirements iu> to ths publication or the Governor's ap pointment had not l>een compiled with; fourth, upon the f round inal the SheriO of the city an.l county o! Na ? or* had not mad i due proclamation of tbe sitting of toe Court; ilftb, upon the ground that the six days' aot.ee o( the drawing of too Grand Jury hid not been given at re quired by law . sixth, upon the ground that the drawing or the (.rand Jury ha I not been oouducted conformably to the fetal uteK, uor'tUe certifyiug of the sa/no made in legal fo'tn , Seventh, upon tlm ground that the Court, without Iff tl warrant, bad added live jrand Jaror* to the Grand Jury as orlgttally constructed, without whose votes ttia Indictment would not hare been ordered against the de fendant; eighth that the endorsements upon the warrant were not correctly or fully set forth in the indictment The aili lav 1 1 then goes oa to stale the Undue of tli ' crorud indictment for the same alleged mat ten and co oilier, bjfore one o'clock oa the day ol the aciourument of the argamnt, and that the Grand Jury could not hare examined with any dellberatiou I vt charge untruly mida against him, and m -at have ludicted beoause be tial boon inoicK a once before, that uo drawing of the Grand Jurors took pla< c on the 12th of September last, pursuan ; to the notice of the County Clerk, and that none of the requirement* of tbe* statute, beyond the glvlug of the notice, were ?>mp led with In tbv drawmg of thd Grand Jurorr that to ? arawing did not take place until the 17Ui of Srpti in her that if khere wn ever tbe le*ijt caime tor tbe indictment against the defendant, which be distinct ly and unequivocally denies, It app<-?rs to have existed as far back aa the llth November, 1857, that defendant is a resident of Ibis ciiy for upwards of thirty years, und i he prosejutlou have never made any complaint to a committing magistrate, kas?d upon the lutltera pre ornted in the Indictment The aUI iav:t then goes on to eet forth the defeo last's appointment to the ot&ce of Street Commissioner, sad the controversy that e turned in consequence of tbe Governor nominating another poison, and that a portion of the public aud the press were ar rayed ..garnet tbe defendant on political grounds, and un founded defamation was uttered In reference to ' bim. He <xuiendsd that for all these rea sons h* should have tbe advantage of every legs! means of making his ionnoer<>> man! f<-at and overcoming any biat that might be Invok ed against b m. Counsel contiuaed to argue at consider able leegth on tbe motion to quart and wai at a losa ti know what Inlloenoe had been lirooght to bear upin Mr Kitxpatrlck. Uw intimate, conddeullal ai.d bu? m friend of Mr. Devils for years, to lnluce bim to promote thU prosecntloti. Tbe Plslrict Attorney brolly opposed the motion, on tbe ground that tlis statute m?l by counsel did not avail la tbis esse lufeadaut's counsel replied, and the Court took the pa pers. Decision reserved. Oct. 10 ?Tbe Grand Jury cams Into oourt during Ihs day ud preatated the following ? Agreeably lo tbe charge of lb* Court, the Brand Jury have examined Ibe law enacted by tbe IMt Leg laUlure od the autjecl of ibe death paoaity, and tbey deem il tbclr duty to Invtte public attention lo tba defec tive aad aab'ruoua phraaeology of that act. It la Bo imperfect at lo give riaa to grave doubts to Lba mioda of Jndgee of oar big beat ooarM whether, under it* proTtai MB, amp jmnuAitettl w<*lsrT canbr legally vn^vifi in Uu SUI?/t <A- crime of m at j der in t\r flr$t dryrtt It il obvloualy the toted of the art to aeltoa lba mo-la ol puaiabmeot lor mur tar, but id tb<- careltattuM o( haaty legiaJalion tbe drdmiioa i 1 i.n piled rather tbaa eipreeanl, and it la of tbe u'.m>ial Im portanca to U*e luiereata of society that at tbe) e irlioal i practicable mocoent tbe law abould ba reviaeJ and it* meaning clearly a> t forth Tbe lacl thai at* oral murder* have bean ckd allied n oar city within a comparatively brief period, tae perpe trate* of which bave tbua far earaped deltclloo, dem >n HnM tbe neeeaitty of providing noma a >r? ert ? -iiv mean* than now ei mt for lba diacovery of evdecoe n caeca of that oharacter. tbe auoreaa whu b hat attended tba labor* of lha fire Mirahal In ferreting out ca*e? of araoa, aad preaetaf tba guilty par ik a lo oca vtctiou. suggeata tbe idea that a ciailar o:!1cer, with com peteal aaa-ataate, charged Willi Ibe epertal duty of o veatigaimg thoroughly all eatea of nomictde, wouii ahorlTy perfect a d.-lecli'e ryete* nndec wblflh It would ba impoeaible thai cttlaee* abonld ba aaaa mnatod m their booim, or (Ml down ta p jpul.iua alreeta, and ao due obtained to Ibe perpetrator* of theae rearf r crime* (be cbargi ? of homicide which the Orand Jury km beaa catted i.p ? to laveailgete during tM preaenl term i bave been alarmingly numerous, aad they preaaut the lore going matter* lo tba Con* demlton or tbe Court an I the public authoring in lba hope that mean* may be de vised to place addiuuaal safeguard* around Ibe aaociny of human lue, by .o?rra?lng lha cert* in detection and ade quale paatabmeat of Uilt daaa of offender* Uaano Jcbt Rooa.Naa York, Oat 11. 1160 HA AC a. BULCr, Foreman, yijrrcwim Hsaraa, Jr , Recraiary. Judge t.oaid unid lba presentment wa* of tbe highest imporiaare It waa eminently proper la f irm an I In tea* It ahall ba entered oa the ainuiea of tbe ceort aad ? nopy iranemiued la tba Oeranor. and notwith standing that tbe ne vipaior editor* kn >w mora law than tbe Ju4gea ibemeelvea, ba would repeat what bad teen *ald before, that tbe iooae and burgling legislation of Ih j instsasilon waa calculated lo Ir ura tbe cause ?* Jtitiae, and, uideed . gave if a law whtrb war no law The <;rand Jnry baviag alac brought la bllla of Irdlet meal for tbe following ttaca. were d.a-.hnrged f>r ibe ' term, milh tbe thank" 9t the Court for their dl'Ue-iee and alien Una to tbe pubic buatarm, which baa been mare I ban ordinarily iroportaat ? TV r>npU r i Jiikn V 'inein and .? for tbe aardrr of John KvjrW* oa the ttb of ?*ept*mber laai Tbe> p'.e*det bit fjttlf T6t ?*Je prigooar Mid hi 411 . It la aelf defense. TKf r*. P*rnH Wi?'-aaa, fer tba murler of rtea ter K in ley I'lea led cat fiillly. P<t /'topi' te AiraA Chtfman ami M 17a rr? na ^r.?, foe forgery la ibe eecoad <iefr*e rente 1 aot guilty, lit wv waa eent to tbe iVaaiooa Tht Profi* 1* Pamei lapin. for lle*l.a?' a w^Vr i f*om tfco rie* del not g j;!tf r.r ' r*. }Vm Ifl . for f <rgery to lue aeoa I l? gree Tbe pr.aouer ,-leadi d f ulty 10 fo-gery la lae M-c-wd degree la anawer to the Court, tbe pr.ataer aald tbnt be o*a? | from Weat Troy, be had MO is g >U wl??a 'je left b?ia?, aad waa ladnced t j pity card* with * >m? m >n oa tbe t?>tt, aad lhat tbey gave bun Ibe two MObilta whiab prored to be aotnlerfell' He aald be wta a ah w?m??or hv <? le, aad had a brother 1a Weat Troy who had ?*ee a deputy Tbe Judge aaid be o<igbl lo kaow b -a, but i.d aot ra coliict mi? auch nimt Tbe prtaoaer aald he did not g>v* hia real nam? ?> ???? ba did not wlab to diegraoe bia family. He taea lot I tbe Judge hla name Tba Judga aald be knew ibe brol'.ter very well . but the aw com;<eia him to aealeaca the pr i?r to t?.. y -ar aad Mi noaika tmpriaoament at hvl libor. TTtl W41.TOM ?4TttK*? Ml-*?!*. Tbe Orand Jury alao brought la two bllla of iodiei-n?*i agniaet rbarlea J.rtwdr? oaa f >r the m -der of . 1a wmtoo in lba A rat degree, aad the outer ft>r lha mi.rder ! of John W Mathewa la lb* aeeond degre* Tba Jo lge at lha attilaf of the Court denied tba motion [ to qnaab Uta tndlrtro"*! agamet Mr I>er'ia, argo"d yea 1 teriay. AM. MID TOmtWlT ON TUB |fA<"Ar Bltt*. TS' I'ffl' r? /A irU Bed-* J'ia< Otn 4l*+S 11 i | AcMp* *uA<r aHat AMpk .few ? ?Tbe defen taata era indicted (br wrgtog nn Inatruaent la writ ag for toe par meat of to IM ea lo.ioe* ? NMHAB R*t* I ray to A If Havl*, PVi , or order, th'rty one b iadrad at, Bfty all dol.a/a, ?3 IM RiHV*r HiifMKR The pr ? ^i<-r a-?rh, wui plieed at tua bar >r trial Tbe Other d*feti l*nt I* net under a? ?et After a sumber of ehainegr* a jur^ waa awnm Th'- I'atriet Attomer ruled taat Uie pnamer wm la 1 die ltd for rMfiaf the name of Koto. Boo oar, a w?ii known puWiatoer it UUi ?4ty, to a* order for the ptjrmoot of money oa Uo Nassau Bank to the order otk.lL IMVIS Raphael M Matteeoe deposed that be waa assistant tstler to the Naaaau Bank, which is locafd in Beekman Street, act doing a banking buaiaesa. Mr J M. Smith objected to proving thia institution to be a bank, except by the artloiea of tniorpocalion. Judge Goo Id laid It waa not aeoeeaary to bo incorpo rated in order to maintain the fraud. Mr SmiUi said that the indictment charfed the da feadant with Intent to defraud the Nassau Bank, of tlie city of New Tort Judge Gould (aid It waa aa gufflrlent aa If It bad been alleged that bo attempted to defraud J^nn Slilea. Mr Smith remarked that there was a Naiaau Bant tn Brooklyn. The Judge aald the tndletmont contained the averment, not only todefmnl the burn, but dtvera other p*ira>os Question by the District Attorney? What if the Na&tau Bnnkf Mr. Smith objected. The pr?eee?itloc wtf bound to prove the assctatioo by the articles. Tbe Judge auatatned the objection. Wltneaa continued? Business le dooe at tbe placo cor ner of Naaaaa and Beekman streets similar to all other banking en tab! ?hmeu la. Mr. Smith ? IocJudlng the irtlaana ' Bank? Wltneaa ? No, I hope not (Check pDdoeed.) Wltntss had seen thia before; on the 28tn of October, ISM, bi* atten tion waa called to a check la tbe haadj of Mr. Briggs, the flrtt teller ; saw the prisoner Beach present at that time; it waa about half paat eleven AM; Kr. Brl#|s aaid he could I not pay mich a Urge amount of money unltai either the en dorsement or endorser waa I lenllfied , the prts jner went out, and in fire or eight mtnutea returned and prusentod the chcck, which waa paid; I aaw the prtaooer aa he stood at the counter, counting the money. Cross-examined? it la cistomsry to require enlortert of check* to .,o identified; 1 cannot remember what color ed clothes or hat he wore, cioept that they were rtarK ; iny impression la that he had no whiskers, I cannot tell bow many depositors we hare in tbe bank; should think there were more than fire hundred; I nw the person who presented the check aattiuieuUy lon< to identify bin. fleorge H Briggs, first teller of the Nassau Bank, cor roborated the last witneaa, except that he could not iden tify tbe prtaooer. Robert Bonner deposed that oa the 6th of October, I860, 1 kept an account at the Nassau Bank. (Check pro duced ) This waa not written by mo nor by any permn by my authority; 1 do not know any person by the name ufltsvis tv Cross examined by Mr. J. M. Smith? The attaber or checks 1 am In the nab.t oi drawing would average about ten a week I am not In the hanit of drawing checks for small amounta; Area, tons and thirty dollar* we pay over the counter; the checks drawn range from >600 to flO.OOO The District Attorney proposed to read th? check . Mr. Smith objected, but tbe Court overruled tin oSjas tiou, and tbe check was read. Alexander Robertson, liuiographor, deposed that be knew tbe pri* ner, and bad printed 600 chocks for him on the Nassau 3ai k; the ebeck now pr?duc*i was one of those J prlnwx) lit htm; I koow It by certain mtrica; tho prlaotu r mil tb.it soms officer* of the Masaau Bulk tint I' M Inm tha'. they were out of a certain stylo ot che-ik wnitb we baa already done for the bank; that be waa a depositor In the bank, and bad been using a tjroen check, with a iti in at the end: I atiked htm bis n<t>n?,andb? said ?' H Williamson, 97 Washington street;'' that he wis ? coxtmsston oealer. Mr. bi'-bcr ftposed that he could Identify the party who ordered tho check bx>k; at that time he had light, aiee whiskers. The prisoner ha- no side whiskers, aud bis bvr and wuriache are very dark Olliotr Uder untitled to the arrest of the prisoner at 1-aat Itoston ou tlie day tbe K.u'opa was to sail for Kurope. bis face was thi-u as it la now, but appeared to have been recently thawed. The the ry of tbe defenoc is mistaken identity. For tbe defutioe, l>r. M M Beach, of t'bllide'phia, physi cian and brother of ibe prlsooer. deposed that the latter had belonged tn thai city , and had broken up his bu-lr??s by advice of pbjsic.ans, for the purpose of golog to Kjrope for the beta lit of his health, being dan^'rousty troubled wttb hemorrage. be passed through New York and wont to Beaton for that pnrp.ise; he never bad any slda whis kers ; lb" entire family, from the grandfather down to the present day, including witness himself, never bad any side whiskers; to his |?iaitive knowledge the prisoner never had any aide whiikers, ll^ht or dark Rev. Mr. Ootizales testified that he was a minister of tbe Gospci, aii a bao known the prisoner for twenty -eight j ears. In his knowledge the prisoner coald not ralae any side whiskers, neither could his father; la familiar with the prisoner's handwriting; tbe aignatare and ecdotso mcot were not written by the prisoner, ha never oould write half aa well After an sdmonitlon from tfi ? Judge to the jury not to converse .vith any person on the merits of the case, the trial wai adjourned to this (Wednesday) morning The K. A. KluuiM Imarinct Cam. Tbe examination to the cm* of ihe People ru. Da rid 8. Mill*. Joaa 0. I 'ed rajas, Of.ro f. Down* ml others, who ere charged with baring conspired together to defraud the (> reel Wcetem, San, Mutual and other insurance com panic* out of tome $70,000, by eflecllng bogus Insurance* on tbe hark K. A. Kinsman and cargo, waj reaumed jm Unlay at the Jeffaraoa Market Police Court In the pre seooe of a Large number of apeoiatora. The proceeding! commenced with the reading or Samuel Oole * affidavit, which la rather interesting , as fallow* ? Samuel Oole, being duly swortu depoeea and say* that he wafl shipped on aoard tbe balk E. A. Kinsman aa oook and ? (award, and went on board in that capacity nearly a month before tae sailing of the said reaael, that before the resael sailed from this port deponent's tx-rtn wu tn the store room, tn the lower oabta, on the star JO*rd side . that on the port side of s*id caain, oppoaite the sail store room, waa the water cloaet; that berore the aaid reeeel sailed Oapl Downs waa rery frequently Inside sa 1 water cloaet; that deponent Beard tbe said captain using tools ol soma description tn the said ewaet; that two or three days after the sailing of the reaael the captain directed the deponent to charge bis berth from tbe said store room to tbe aeoond mate's cabin, oa the ground that the latter waa more <- m'oriabie to aleep ta: that d.-pooent did cbangr bit place of sleeping, but was obliged to go dawa to the said storeroom dally tw> or three t.rn ?? for the purpose of obtaining prorialoos. that deponent on nearly srerr orcaai m lound the captain tn tni waw cloaet thai ne frequently beard blm using tools of aome kiad . that tbe captain appeared to be there a great deal of tbe time after the nsael sailed: that when deponent woald get down to the lower cabin the aoise would cease until the deponent would leave, when tbe said noiaa would recommence mat ,.n our occasion after deponent had Caubd tbe captain rery frequently la tbeaa.d water cloaet the captain told iiej. >oent that be was us well that the noise* heard by tb? deponent were of tome peraoa working la Uua. but a bat lo>la depou at could not say that U>e said bu# K A. Kinsman begaa to leac imcn *di au ly after sbs sa l-d fr?m tbe port, so much so aa to render tbe use of tbe pusat* o.?witrj that the c>a t:nueti to leak more or leaa from tbe time she sailed until ahe was abandoaed that for some oa;s oefore she waa abandonee thta leal increased no as to k -ep tbe ciew ixmaianily at tbe pumps that tbe weather was rery line during tbe wbo>e royage, being on.y ooie obliged lo reef topaaila. that tae wind wai fair lor any ut the Southern porta, but that no edjrt was mad? to take the ru*ael to any port, taat rraaela constaatly bore In sight, but that no signal or distress was ever set: that after being out fourteen days the crew told tbe captaib that towUi.it must be done, the v>oals were ordered to be got reedy to leara the reaael . that Mr. Arnotd, the Aral mate, Oharle* Brown, deponent, aa 1 two oU>?ra were la oee boat, aad that the aaiae numoer. In I : eluding tbe aaptam and arcnad mats, wars ta Ins oiner boat that we got into the boat* aboil four A M , an I laid along side until sine o'clock, that while we laid ! l along st'la there ?*a a brig within four miles ol j*. that [ deponent asked tbe mate why she was not signalled, aad lhat the matt mads no aaawer, that ta* boat In which I deponent waa went around tbe reaari twice before we left bar: oa tbe samad tin.' rtepon*et aaw a cat la her star I beard *14* abore the water liae at the mainmast rggiag: that <tepi>i.ent did not s?e the said eut on (>ing around ths reaael tbe Urat time; that the aaid cut appeared to hare Wo made with a hair bet, lhat dep >netn doe* mi i ibink t list It went through the plaakiag. that tho mat* l.sik la hi* boat one oaaa of champagno aad aome prori I (lona, ai*o his trunk that deponent th.sk* the said tm I as I weal down about si'ty mllaa from tlia'H >!e In Ibe Vail, thai tbe wind waa lair, aad dapeneal belierea tnay rouid hare reach*! Nassau or lbs Ho.e la tbe Wall by nine 4 M that the male I boat did not l?are tbe r?e*el until mua A. M and reaeiad the Hole at lirelre P M , about lifte?c hour* oaeof tbe men infsrated thai be had. by tbe captain's orders, lake a on the hatch * Charles Brown, oa* of tbe sail m on n?ij ihe bark, le?tlfled as follow* ?I was a saannac on board th* ( a Klnanaa n* her last enyag* an* began to leak >* the Oral dav out, and we bad lo apply tbe pomp*, a'ter w * ahardoned the veaaal, aad while sailing around her in small boat* . I aaw a hole in the lids o' the r***el, < m aft of Ibr main rigging tbe bole waa frsab, aad a ^war ed to hare be?a doo* with aa as*. 1 did aut **e any oaa mats the bole the bole wu a ret y small one abxitbalf aa ' neb deep lbs remal had tbrae aa1 a half f'et of water l? th* bold when w* abandoned her, she <i*ad to leak rrry little, eicapt when It aaiae on to bl>?, aa1 tbi-a ?be leaked badly flier L Anibuay readied? I know bow l ae ear;) was p'ui i?ar a ten tbe r?**al was ready to sail, no person rouid get below the water Una without rem nring a >** of ibe freight, but I tbla* a peraoa exild make a ao.e lbs reeael through lbs water amaet 1'i ter I. Anthony, foreman of the gang of rtsred.tre* rrgagod in loading Ibe F A Klmmnn. depoaed lhat bs alluded to the *t>w:ag of alllbecarg < put oa board a i th'er caase alongside with woal purported lo be three hundred barrels of gnaao aad iron be nam uad a nnm Iter ol tbe barrels aad fcmad thea to eon to u waal ta bis .lit' "Si wa* aotbirig mo?.? ihan r?.l r,a; bf met gnaoo and the cositeala of the harrahi be etam setl did eot tea, -nb a it, attner la appearance or by lh? sm?M *eb*M]usfiile tire carl k?d* of g iias were ah'Piie I on b> ard, aliicb did aot resemble tbe BtaH be *t earned ta lb* barrt I* .Hrne* Cbraaarh aad WHIIam Dngaa, *1*redoraa who were eegaged With the pterin* witnam n ?t ? sin* away tbe oargo of lb* ft. A K n? as. depianl tbal they, too. r rare iced the Ooatents of siiw of tbs barrels Bupp<se1 to ematatn <uaoo. and they were of opinion that the stuJ wae amhiag bat clay ,'nhn M Araold , who bad baea pewrlo-ialy *wora. waa then cross erainioed by one of the aoaaael foe tbe defeaea. He de inaa 1 tbal be was male of tbe B. A K laaman on bar Isat rrysge knew Darid 8 Mills, kaew thai ho shipped aererai buadred barrels of flsb guano ha *1*0 shipped Are clay, th'rty ?r forty barrels of oil and aererai tlarrea *f hardware aim a quantity of what appeared to be good f era iter* after abandoning the reaael I did aot aatiao any hole la hsr aid*, ar bear aar remark from Ibe Witness [trowu to tba* effect. The remainder of the witn?aa' U-atimoay was uaimporlsal aad derold of la I mnm A number of otber w'tneasea were than eta vaed, but i heir leeiimnay m only onrroboratlre of what hat ?iroad> benn el cited. Before ad| >urnln* Ihe case one ol ihe couneet for the prr**rut<ou r>t up and statod that In ismv.rn aa he ooald Had nothing is tbe ertdanoe to tmpll- I est* Mr James M ' u-mraa, one of Ihe defendaata. he I mored for bis discbsrga. The msr 1st rate ir?ant"d th* 1 | mot oa. and inf.wmod Mr Oarrerae lhat h? was bDumthly I arq uited 0?r LoadoK Corretpoadeao*. UmhmW, Hope 29, IM hMgUJi and Jwwxtm PVitnutrrt ? IKornkm Hunt to W tv VmUd Stoic* ? rv London Tmel on IA? A'rw r?t Herald? Street Hailtoayt M CbpcaAaflc*' TVtt Av JM "a4 ? Hamom Cabs m the United Stain, the , <fc The "Thunderer" of Ureal Britain la very aiieat on Uae movement of English filibusters to Italy , bat never loaw an opportunity of pitching loto gentlemen of ? similar profession on your aide of the water. The aame thine nay very well be aatd of all the other English paper*. It appear*, however, that none of the paper* were u> the secret of the Angio-Garlbaldian filibustering expoiljUofl, no that the Hbkauj wiU be exclusive In the inteiiigeaoe it supplies. Thornton Hunt 1* about to take ? two months' holiday la the United State*. He 1* a well known and dis tinguished mac, and I* the eldeat and favorite eon of Leigh Bunt, the celebrated English poet and anther. Thorutoa Hoot i* editor of the Speatatmr, and his alwaya breu very favorable to Amerloa and Americana. ( aa ture your people will give him a warm weioome whea he cornea amocg you. Bis splendid article la thus day'* paper does Mr Buchanan full jostioe. The London Time* has laid itself out to eulogise yoar paper. In a recent article It mentioned the Niw Twi Hbkaid no lee* than three time*. t Europe now look* at the Western world through your eyes. Thia mult ha , gratify tog to you, a? It i* pleasing to your Bum areas . triced* on this aide of the "big pond." The Chevalier Wtkoll 1* on (hand here. It i* rumored that the Chevalier intend* to astonish the native* with [ book No. 3. Mr. Train ha* street railway concession In Copenhagen, ; and intends to show that there is something sound in the ] elate of Denmark. . Baring Brothers, Rnthechtld, I'eabody and other Ooaa I cuts are much aetooisbsd at the wonderful suroeas ef .lame* MsHeary's Atlantic aud Great Western Hallway loan, Itaaed yeatei day, aa they were te see your report that Mr MuHenry hal contracted to furnish the United 1 States rquadron in the China water* with fund* Tbe President and the Secretary of the N'avy have doer a ! great service to the oouctry by the change* made lu that I direction, and have selected the best man l that could be found to represent them making , their bills pa; able in New York instead of Lea don, thus saving a large tram to the goveruroeot, aad carrying out, in fact, the idea that America should ' be for the Americans America u> getting rich, w bite In* I and iff growing {xK>r, aud by aud-by in hnaiioe New York will eat op lAndou as Ltndou did Amsterdam. William F Splatt, the Audiralian millioiiaire, and William Evans, of Manchester, th? Ixxidou director of the Rrke Railroad, weut out lu the Cuiada lo complete the arrange ments for relieving the Erie from it* diibciulle* I ApropoHof Australia, I li-ar that Geo F Train intrude to m nd you e>?ne black km tuie for the Central Park taken, and by way of reciprocity for the American street rail. | road in KngUnd, i* about to introduce int'> America two B'lt'Sb mutitutious ? ? e, the Hansom cab and Panes and Judy. Ue has ordered tlx cabs, which are reepee , tively namod The Astor, St. Nicholas, Fifth Avenue, Me i tropohtan, New York and Everett, and it Is to be hoped that three hotel* will Rive htm a helping hand is hi* (Hurts to benefit the public, and to get the people acou* i to med to this uew stylo of locomotion. Nobody want* te , pay two dollar* for a hack wbea these vehicles caa take j jOu over l tie ground for fifty oenls So you wi.l wxia Lave the Hansom institution tn Amsrtca. t'aluhooda of the Ltndoa Tlmaa aa to tfco Haw York Praaa. The following 1* an extract from the epealal oorrespaa deuce of the London Timet, dated Toronto, Sept. 13, aad published September ST:? - From Galling wood his Royal Highness retained over the rame roa i to Toronto, where he was received by aa immense crowd with a hearty and loyal welcome. Con trary to tiM e*|Hictalious of some of the American ra porters, wt.o hau telegraphed a most frightful picture of anarchy and Orange disorder* to lbs New i'ora papers, no a .tempi SM MM upon the life of the MMM Wales To their aetouiahment even the Duke escaped scatheless, and was not even groaned at; and, after waiting for aoae time in the expectation of seeing a copious ell Jicn vf human blood, they were reluctantly compelled to ga home without fiuding a (ingle token ol BMntcr* or rapine, and ooul-ul themselves with inform tag Americans how the day of bloody retribution was unavoidably postponed, bat was, uevertheleai, certain to come off on the earliest tavurabis opportunity. A drunken Irish Orangsanua honors these gentry with a maudlin oonfldei>oe, and at once the telegraph to New York informs the city that the province is on the point of rising. "A hundred thouianu Orangemen in arias I" " The Prince has turned ijale I" " The Duke personally as saulted I" ard " The governor General considerably bruised There la a rank lutirtanoe about the American .Tonkin*. Be vaniaaes with the Pruioe bursting into tear*, and turn* up again in the next line with the Duke covered with bruises. You oonceatrate your miad on denying that the Prmoe ?' wept copiously" on being violently restrained by the Duke from landing at Kings ton, and become at once anli-NewoaaUeiah. But lo I Immediately afterwards you are Informed that the same I >uks was himself a mass of laoe rat lots- tram < iraage violence, a fart which, if true, would not unnatu rally aooount for but Grace's refiugnanoe to another party welcome. Then a a "lienor's head horror* eosa mulate," and the Governor Oeueral stagger* lamely is to the paragraph, eoatuaed and bleeding, ana is inhumanly ell by Uiu mMr t<> le?n Mi head against th>i door of Government House, while the Duke dismisses the polioe man and offer* to light any man tn the crowd. .No one, however, aooepts the cbivalrlc offer, at least we are e : to suppose not, fur the narrativ su ideb.y breuk.1 oat Into capitals, with "The Orangeasso driven wlldl" "Tie excitement lncreasra!" "The feeling doea not abate!" "The animosity la continued! ' " The augtr is prolonged I" , "Vie dismay is extended!" "The Iter la unabatedl'1 "The terror is still going oc!" "The panic dnaa not stopl" with incidents and inventions, t<eeps into pal en era, aad hinta about bitchea, all duly lo appear m soois New Ysrk papers "From our own oorreapon Jeat " Like a wild pbaa ustiiagorta, the sorer sgain changes, au1 we look oe la print, where the Duke la burst tn effigy la the ohief streets of Toronto, whan ooos more, with a total dis regard for the unities of this thrilling drama, we are dragged lo the galea of the Government House, where ligbia are aeen in the windows, probably becaase it la dark, and where ooc fusion and dismay see at to reiga among the lsmatta The reporter la hurried aad cuofuaed, however, la hla picture of the Interior, aad does aet dwell upon it. and, as his next paragraph commence* oat ?tde the bouae, we are led to presume that he waa discover ed and summarily ejected, for ail at oooe we Dad him at the galea again, where the sentries are bei'ig doubled round the building, and " where the Duke Is arraaging with a railway superintendent for a special train to leave the town at oooe." But at last night falls oa the aar rallve, wbicb baa 'oeen gradually dark. ,ug an I MW og more obscure witb every line, ant you tbisk yoa have dooe witb It aad are going to have a qalet time. Not *?, h- wever. la the dull, varnoee dipotacy ot the account aa Uraaga pr< c anon appears with the -badrs of evealnc iiae a nigbtmaie, promenading the thorn ighcart* with hideous yells, while 1,100 Ribaodmsa, armed lo the terth, acd.toir ting for the blood of thetr enemiea, are rcpreeealed a? bring always round the oor ner. waiting li>r aa oj.i<ortunlty for rtvrnge Ob dear! oh oear! what manner of stories are theee* | alt aad read to mute a?a/'mcr.t that an Orange banner was so plaead tbat 'i ' would wipe the Prtaoe'i now oa coming out of rbnrcb " that on the aame occasion the royal coaetunaa "?aa unsble to control the maddeued steeds, so drova ihrm reakleeely among the crowd. ' I lenm Uisl "the Prince was then leaning wearily on bis baud, oooaeioaally applying h'* porhet handkerchief lo hla eyes and uiat at t laguooe Hall, When dancing the lanoera, and twelve o'ri.irk struck, away at once, like anotner Cinderella, j wett li s rsnk and pomp, and 'the rose aad rxpeetaaoy ! <4 th.s fair Mate" waa "dreg<ed net' by the | iroven.or liaasral aad the Ihikt of Newcastle. Whde i .irnk'Qs oontented himssir with key bo lee, or only num attempted the backstairs, coming away harrteily with muddy reooUeetiona of the Prlaoe having caaaged hi* trowner* or but creed twice dartag the day, it made ea (real matter. 1' be had only coatned himself lo aaoouue tag to the American world bow "the water ib which tbe Prtnor washed wes sold at twoshilliag* a bottle " bow he "pointedly seated httree f whea the gieea'a b"a.tb waa prepoaed/' how "he fell a*leep at dlannr, aad oooe dared wake hm," I m gbl easily aitord to leare each ns i see an tan e to tue good aeoee of yuar reader* Bui with the monsimua exageration and misstat 'meets which ba?e been t re ilated about this t'-ange affair it ia i "le * lifT> rent matter Most reluctantly , theref ?re, da I f. el :t to be a pnb'ic duty, to thoee who mar depeo I on New Tork pape'* far laformation oa thia *ui>j*ct, to stela tbat, with tbe iingie exception of lb* New Tork IVi'nuu, 041 < ceof Ui ?? journals are to ae retted on. even for taeir gen, ral outlinee of the royal tour. It is maU r of ssr prise bow ao'jiU so utt?"rly at variance With the reel ia' ? of the case could have beea lor warded t > any re spectable journals. TfidmoDlBl M Captain WMni. TO Till UMrOR or THK HMALD. M 8om Pnnr. On It I MO A* It wilt b? inpnraibVa to makt dlratt apptloalioa ta ?II tbnaa pat act i who arc, to doabt, dnairoaa of addla( ??'mrthiot In Uta tr?tlmonl?l to M praarntad to < tptaia Wllana, mat* u1 rr?w of tba brlf M'onia *cb W, a Dolloa la >our ooleroua thai Mf MM trill be rreatrad rw trat purpoar bjr ua. an 1 'tuijr aaaao?lad.?d, wil> proha bl; adj erHiUdwabijr in tba amount to ba raiaad A n>aa?la( of ?.?? moarrliwra will ha oailr ! to drcUa upon tba lona <4 tha Uattatoaiala V.wi, iratr HOtTLAVH ft A.-1'IN # ALL ??pr?m? (aart< Brfon Uklff Jurt'oa Boawortb. actio* roil amaclt ami Btrnmr. CW. II ?Jrrtmuik A. Omfkl** m Oai ?a?rt ? Tbl* w?a an act.oa for aaaanlt as l battory Fraa tba l< atiaioajr ad.locad bjr Mr Rirbard BiaW.I, It appear* bat tha platattfl wai to Ua Mora tvf thr drfan-taot, la William itrwt, to daaiaod pa?tu"?l of a bill of M for aa antra* lag whtch waa uaad to AffiMrm t %>nw Tba plaintiff waa dralrod by Mr. oOanilb to laara lit* prart ara ba rafuaad, word* rnauad and Iba aaaault fWtowad. la which tba t?'?odaat knocked Ooafblaa dowa aat M> lawi>.1 b m to I ho aide walk. where Uia taaaatt waa cum milled an b The plaintiff waa taken to aa nljaeaat ?tora, whera (it waa aiiefed) Mr Oabaaitlb a prwemwi, aa<l iWa la bta rmpioy. FrxWiwadOaagblwi aadbaaihiia; fro? tba "B'. ta of lb. aaaanlt ba onfferad tf thraa or fr>ir ?wtl n*ata?ra warn laid at ?* 000 Tb? l?rr. ?ftor a hrtaf ? bar nor, bmrght la a rerdlet for plaintiff mr II 00* Tba lafVndai t wa? formerly I'nttrd Platoa Mtntator la Nicaragua Tha plaintiff ta aa bu?i>la arttat *MT w> Ria Rh.ht ?Tba 7*oeaTtlta (Obrf C^tn-r ray* that forltle. who raaaellr alopnl fraia OnalV, tetn, wtib a paa*? w*mmn "f t*" rapntot.-ai, leari* a ?>fa ka4 twn Autffaa, waa ??*l?nn*-l to Ihlrtr d?ra' iaiprtannmrot ta a dlHIMt <#d*re<i to hr f?1 on braid and walrr, and ran'cual ta a tea of one bott4rg? ?Mlva