Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 9, 1861, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 9, 1861 Page 2
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TWO DAY8 LATER ROM EflBOPE. AB EIV AX OP TEE PALESTINE. Ihucored Foi hiaUon ol a Boatbora Italian Kiiistltsi. THE 8fE?E OF G.1LTA fflilTINUED. Important Iti foin Movn&eotin Austria. The American Crisis and the l English Money Market. ~ !Ihe Treaty of Peace with CLiua Impor tant and Interest:!. ? Details, kl?l t?. The ?cr?w M?#aislii|i WenUiie, ?Mi h l?ft Liverpool at VUxnit iitgbt o'c1i?K <-ii Obrialranh WTcmg, boccaib >r 26, ! Mi ivea tcr? lata t n ulii,:. Tlie following if the t;? cie by the fVletiUao;? ?HOM MVMHIOUI.. Olatbwk * Ou A-'mMO IV. Viet?>r It iHiflkwils 1..-O0 |<u-i w h* & RocknU :: .IHM) Total Xu.MM ITKOM UA V Kiv ,1. 11. VermHya $90,006 ?kuliiV M? a.uoo 4 IturR)' a Co 1 fi OOO 0 ? i.k< Iuiiui fi Mifckw II!,000 Ttal $tlH,0OO whi Hi a B'au'.hUH i*?hh: to tin? ('h inting tioli lajs, toiil iliore i? hot rt worJ ?( cinnmorolitl opwrs 4nUr tl 'tit ih.il i?o?4?o<i by tint Aiwtnlwiu. lii' politic? uA|iiwrkl ii'Kh w Bounty. Th* Ixiicuti Tina I-.j. huuiiuw eUttoruU oa th> (oUticil cr.' u> is Aiii j ic.s inch ii rcg>uJ4 ua iacr>??i?i{ ia KwKiHf it-. It M)i thai it i.i quite p'Sflibi.) (tut tho gwi Lk?i of a Ut>i)t<?<Mtia ripublk. way bt?aulvod by lha ovcriliiow id a (? W hliort <\afu of h coeslitulioa wtuoh U.u (rriMit<*l huaiit. ?nti iuuMly HuiJlOiuat to ?Thiii*, but whiih ha ordinary amount ol folly, hhiILhIiu^ss Hi c ?l?>rt ^IiIOiUh-K. w?mh |t?rf<xl)/ HdqiiatO U) (lo st* oy. 'i I;.- f.Vo, mi i-ngltnh paper, thuu notice*) Uiu death ol Mr. Alfred r.uiiii;? With a ilM'p regret thai will tie nharei' by all who knew imii tl lunate!) , nurt with Hi coua'UKwiiMn of a i.nw that will 1*? Widoly felt through nil Horary ant dramatic dicier., w* iia\?> lo i neoono-t ih<< auddeu dee. *a?e of Mr. AMiikI Hoiih, who expired oa rbmiby, ({ apoplexy. 9-iir HTAMi Utne|vt*t Mr. Ibinii hut retired from puolic ?lite, mm about two fvmtt .<?? h" tix.ui tua reatdouoo at BoulojtW, whoit Ins death l<?>k pIjvm Ihoro Wero no indo altona 11 Mioii mi abrupt U rnunilion <A bin life be ?<?? ikjw; iudeod, tboiigb a urtlvin >nih mucm uTiously ki nnp#*d, hw lioalth md npiiiU ii ul laioly ro ninoh lin J. ov.i, thdl <hi- voiy artioie wlricii ai)|xvun in oui piper thw W(?k, "A ^imtuaiy View ol a Winlnry yiwir," li ul 4>io< m iwl fmn tii.. t * cr tu-.live pon tint i ii>w ho;irK bo lor*. <AiU?rly ho tiad pmbiH<*vt tbe llotutn ChUioIio Jaith, and to the iuIipmhui otfliMiH of liuu cro ?<! be |iaid Uriel attention. In iha.iiriO'tl m iiiorw t" coutinutHl, i.n?i vi>r, to fe?J n lin<t> inter?>t ami tb liiia paper he vvii> a fn ijiu'iii and a vhIuo.J ooctrlbuler. Tlv wiHllim c<?tluued very mclmi ot :ir, ' mor*1 sjjow liad falUti. Thf AuirrUnn Cilai. unil i'x^lUli Dloiicy Murkrt. I Frc >ui Um U.a.ioa N??<, IW *J4 J Fiv* or i>U w ook* ago, w bun I>i? onnlmg.ju y of a rtra n of ?"ld t?. Ana>. let wan Bint tliNOVMeil, rmbai aori' ur ap ohoiisirnu. vviMi- (j'linr iliy Nitortaifli'd who regard initio ,j>rob*bk? ullout u w>H our mu>r> > ? ?Jkul. uu t . ui r o? ?*. nlona much hu Uigbuoy Ilia be uonu*xl t?y Un< tnnrc with liu.illi^ of lli rtmultn' V'^ n?L D aiuorduiArliy i? rclnV. Irolu Ainoric-i, h ko"-' <1<vJ or t> inton was, tl..i oforo, gtvofa to tb< vi?w lU>u Uio rtrurnal of Iba <11 ii?h> tour no i>f imtbi uiv'Hvoi in u flaw i?( ^ati iron One bi..t> would stoaily tnc nvnii.-uoo iui. Mui l mi (lie uncoruunt,) ?i wlitcli ih? 0""r*? of tidal'H hi Aiowum ia n IU?>iir(ni i?vl it ia vtirj A*.i.-uacl ry ij a <uc<> h >?* 1*1. ll> tli? I'lll Uimi liit'i ) t't fall ill! uj? i i Uit. ll lb ??? JIISI Inurnteka mi c tauten- nht| nio'?* lo Now Yoik, Mil now Outl wotru hdxiOi hI' w itcbing th-< (loot pio'uxMl lu Amine* ly llw rwiuf wuiab wh iinvn M >nl Over, it bo nBviul i? ruCHii.tulilo boion* to* r imil tuiinw ui the uiuor Id Bhicb ?:y lit*o uoourrotl. Tbo nta oaioiit is a* foils**-? H .<'<*?. i (-/1*. Nov 2H Nov. ro k i,10 #UU lWC. 1 Kurt* lui 600 fc 14Ml>0 !> Oil.... lu (Mi# C floiUMtia ?, ,500 it r<?M* ttv o## 11 Jura 1! Kulli* 4? I jo li (4lj af V 7 Oil II Ai??l" Hit**. f. 00# 16 Itol ftdft . -Mil** l* K?'i?:."i* moo# 20 Nurib Aki'-nukii 1,777 23 Aa'Titavi* 17# 0.# TnCil il,482;KS It b. ?<n Hi) o< iot.cn ilnt lli ab? k >>f eta *?. i b-i.liuo bi thti IViiik i>( Haiilot.d, wliic.h * i CM.SflO,370 *lion IU?? tM'ij ni ni* i ""ii " < i toI- r. * ri3 ??l ,'/7#, an th it lbt< doti|>n(i h i>( Jl,4+t !J'M! I<< Am icji h is 'n>oii ocoompa i<M'(! b) ? lull i-ft oil i r only U>?> I"" m tt>"< atock in tbe l(?uik t-o'ar no tl < Knit r-cUit11 ),<?, wo npp?ir tohirs li?i| <1 ?rn i <c* Ki ?ai/wiibuui b irtij.g nu to'vat. It m i. qu.? i ion uf n ierr .?Imiw k?fi(i"i? it I.ih tbH im<t.uiic rf-ill M m Um' tin \ b >f u >i boru t.'lunuten'jd to Uio luil (xtciittW Hi? dmmt Tb< |n int.ipil raiiau 14. no djubl, (but iti ror i'irtiKx to Aui<"*< i .i>o in tuo form of K.VIT Wi tt, v 1.4 I . Iilp Mitihla oi ?rhk;ii may oo i ^iy 1 p twi'itl Iroin ih'< prifitt And Joint (.uck t.Buk iv, w tiiiM'l it b <ii/iui,; noc4Hn?ry to apl.i) to the Ratik of Ki^l.vuil. iiim li 1) iho duo ui In' |' itnl |*<rb?t, wilion in toy of Uu rfvi?.n |m?) gi 'iiii i? ui.* to th>. tuiik c * iil of ki'Vitfii* fr?m v? loun provincial J> ;KW.il*rt>i?. Had i no" bull lif ili' dor land lor Aui run, I i? o-in IU<d b lie. tiithali' V wuuM Bo d ? it't liivo InrrMAOd Ct l#i iiahl) d.iri f i; |h'iii*i 'oifTioil to. II la, of Coioa?-, iiot it, Im c ' I i-ikI that (b < r ?irJ w>ip;*ly of C<>l" bil hi kin^ ? I" I'l . tlnvo li \>ii Iini nnliist lo Wl ? full oati tiiof u??bl(?n' nti. ui AaiiVHM, aail taat iimiM'tiir ?i ?.o i< I mli ral'Ui rti?l> mny h inaili <i|ion tb<) llt*k rift.1 t'hilid lot |,nni ?1?J IMO, but Hn lh<> ll'HIf ?? ?f bo |urttino<'ait iCi ii x la aiit lor<MRa d--ain U -poaaa ^rlni-t jail upon lb. iNoel win b It p'-nna.oM upon tba p>M>iu<<n <4 I n itniVol l.i jj .iid, tii liit? aito wliiiJi iba'- oflUkb llal tni lil lia loll I to Wil l nil ihi i'liiaii"* i?n Am l ieu Men.lit fi m m a l Kiiltiiiilv Cauae i ?? o mural Utl ia. 1ti#flutii4<'<uiiiti.tia to whu'li w? l*vo all i.la | hn-'omn Uio tnv'O proi tby of ? tli?< u fa?' of th? la-v. thai, If arn (uoar w'?k fanh'r h:i?k?v? lo lli Vint ?f Itoroiu 4>?r ? ?| bio' til it Ihn l O'll Mill buill hi ia thn Ituik h i?a <l(K:r?Wb I.' Hi III'. ?, V loot of iH.ly 1.^ ?o.| "uri ^ lha ;w iod of thla activa drabi t*. ?w*c.\ ThatouM hnid on lb.< Slat ol N?ivt tub <r waa ilk^tw7,1 .1, it in ao?, m airnt ly Ni?U4, Cl^,*al,i?'r0 W ubin tho a. n poriial Iba ?Uak of | i^l?a? ban ra i'ui.) from t)o Ito k uf i'.ariii a tuLtl of ?l,ttA,T07 In filvrr, i i AUditiim i.i a furiosi >?rn m il who b iii"# iait ape v in Ihoir rvtnrub, I iviuji t~ jh k >11 |o llie Mint <>r to mhnr ?aty<r>, II i* >ia !a ain>l, lo w *? ar, Hint #fi Aiicb laipply ai'vor oouvavrar, tui* Kr?ocb lla -I THfMvtH rHi??a h>r It la?i.i|t Ibo latit <rr?k n> tw .u?-r' ,>a 'at Wi dir ,1*1 H a i-nn'"al in-- -rm < ? / ? t?>? ffvuu ?v<i It for I he I oA llo1 Cdlt'iliA and UiliM|ii k t of in Win tomt , t?a* <Wfl,41fi, Ai<4 l o Itoinbti paokal oflba 2fili ?>itl, ll In *airi, I Va a fj hat tor of a aui hib, laoii'iuu an aiiiitanaliy hsif.i JiTopo ? n of j;ol 1 ,ui ih ?t ib# i.ita !????/1) a inillH b a liKxilli. An batri' ' n,i u t'i h-il.tn !?? ?( I'alio U lnrimii lo.lli .in'' Ka^'tai. ' v?. i >1 i. ? in il |l? i ?tiitaini of tlw> 'otii ?? i" rii?i' i' r<^i?*?Ti| in Uio 1/ ri'XH, K*4ii liai bal'ran?l I ; tl KM Imtar ? li tlM 26i h ui' May liuil anil tlx* ~(Ho in it file |m?l -4a now CA.Ob-'i.XAO li ? iriiiar .ii?i? nw wliicli 4 tv- pr^?.?ll <1 111 IU mo If milk I r 11 f tb* fiaal ?<? (tiii'l#?Jih?> v Hi I" lajwa In n? 'm ill '?> I8"a.> in?a?g to ttm i i.i. a- w noli h a i? > in tba .1* mull* <W hobo u tut lb? 1.4k Hia tolai Hlai|iin'?ta tbi <boi fVKkbllnnll nija.a. Ikit f jm I? ? ??m ;.a 4iA 7^7, ?M ii a'th aiph |t? i. m U V? ill" lolai l,?-l yir ?*|-il.J il l\> Si?,l'?l.f**. (b?? iii'o.a.c.- lo n-> liiwii It . ? ?r rrtjj ittbt-*?f iniym.tr in ten in lAa A<p "i' </ ifarv to It^Un nail I ?MM <it lhl) *T< ? %.' huf, tflrt ?>? irviudK if <nh/ ht 'o aa'vi <t( Auusi*. iwi ? ' l#?iwiai? f mik <f Maait ii<lAaa< !? 6a an an/n , au- ' y mi'tcg tmtuld pmimbtf ? ?r Iv r,? iy <'? /<- lliajj+r i rh*. u> !? i; (H* (|n>t < 1^ m iuli ground for O' ?iMM vUaii i i 'baa^i^ifc.i,,^ anmniiai mil wiry wbn h ? (I ?"!<? *1 'b atia'.y . v ,ry qilATtMr. ffcar# AT#, Of (a t- ',?M| 1Mb i. mi; i ... j g. rbma *1 *?*)(? vrllrba am t:. ;ii)tf a? airt IM? tbi i'l?iWfr? no .vy tMt lh.? ?ra m ./.ufaMuriBi? Mil mH.. ?. w #tot? *>? Mat w in-a^-.. ? UUU, Hibiuab tra4a I# I'Oi 0ri fui* wi i?!,i)iii m i( iQ^r<uly I ' - "mm!* ""'I ??' " ?t'?? aU w.i Work -mi*> j? ,..u * l t., r.tm diWii v f\W a V ?> - T. . J rfr <*? "?>. ?.*l i an iluarvt- aai j" I'iImMm* N-a?|WMiina^i. tm Utaothur bAo.1, ia,, H4iJiiul> a af Ui? ??.??? t:?U |hMo.' I.ta b-a a^A'uwo wltii (Jbiiwt ii*?. no . mn?i a t^ai ?i+: of ifb< ii i*ll #? i>a. lauiiita if b'lnniai*, and ha* a a eap.m.?i xuaiul'ia lo tbn mMrknt f'M ta.lt* ai(?r if*. ta'MH (> n ia lu tf?cl irara ?ra full 'iif ?#:i(UU ? luiti^^i'U. Mi if (bit H'ltiiMi thil n.y I'.am ia o*HiJii?^ ?b ''okariaiiiiA aailtlaNa" al iku n No( (V tbi rolUii ?1>?. uU* ** it 14? w |aMl i to an la? a:ufaina, ft*, w WU ?.U? tla ?uia m aiTaim ia Aui* ?wa, iba,|'"a>piiOi>af Ao ? aU ? 4 i< ??Ja tr lb Cblaa, llta ?iln Llmiti'i <Vn o<AttM aiHinarr ar- yr?rt.ia-l witb OT'.oia iatai. 'tin Uii ihi at? yaM, aa l atiiiK o?ii*i ,k* l> na, tiaay 4nvi, baa# m.?????# ta ap.rnM arob fr i-il ?ct<vilf? Tba l? .atuwioo* 't lla linn a> cuK *?t kul I'urbwUi | iat ?At bavn arci fin?if b t#'i actraor diiKi, i^y TVmla in Nrwrly all t.:?i ..'itai ^mana ta bf v-1 f SiaiUlf. Tbln ia A fnaknra W aa^wnal lia ja tAN m ?tl th# j>r#*aiit ui atatr, ?lw>* it* #,h kuo? uo? la ?? tm./ U la?ti?i<4 ib miWra'iii. ?il? pi railing tn II PtlliAi HtAkMH. mm iiATBir. Ia?*Tw<a, TVv il I1#0 *i- i ? t"?! f ("T IKMtikM. Ib? Block Exchange was ectlrsy closed. The Bank was open, but there scurcoiy any applications for discount* and iw bullion operations took place. the rise lit thu corn markoi yesterday is partly attribut ed to tho improved condition of samples in coo&equonoe of the frost. Accounts from Paris state that trade is rather worse. The common.?U accounts from New York elicit coo tiding opinions. The Loii lon Vaily Aim nays thsy indicate a coutisued foojn g of discouragement ia aU commercial circles. The looiion Timet presents a more &<>peful view, and i< iii r a rally of about fire percent in moat of the prin cipal locks, although no spocle from this country had \ ? 1o tne upou the market, the Kuropa, with ?108,60#, hat I g ???..v lu.-l re. chert Boston as the m til left. The I til. loturu lot the week showed a umii increase in the II k cf bu.hon, and the Timet adds there was evidently h better feelicg in all quarters. What Th?y gay In Mobile. ]/'rom the Liverpool 1'oet, Doc. 25 J The following is an extract from a private letter re ceived in Liverpool from a Scotch gentleman m Mobile:? Wo a. e Ui the midst of revolution hore, and before three mat:ha goes about the eight cotton States will be an independent people. This will bo quit for KngUnd and Scotland, for as we will have tho same duties on Narthern goods ad on those of Kng i'iid, Fugiand and France, Ao., will undersell the North n our market, we haviig no manufactures of our own. IHt*. vm n un your tide bditve the tuintense told try your aUiiliumttt* regarding Uw wintry of the negrroet here?it it alio (Uluri'rn. The late Hubert Owen was a groat philan thropist. The lust number of the WV-mirufcr Review will show that Robert Owen said that th> negroes of tho Weet In jit'8 were tar more oomur table an I ten times happier than the laborers of fcnglund; and this will apply to the negroes here. Tun abolition delusion is mere mad ness. They emancipated the slaves in Jamaica, and what is the 000*equeM>ef ilefore the emancipation 300,009 tons of Bugai were rhipped from that island; last your tlieto were only 46 000 lous shipped. Hug laud and the North wet to emancipate our slaves. We export nearly 4 000,000 ba cio; coiton, tnd England is crying out that o< ijot enough. If your abolitionists get thoir way, wo coulii not export 1,000,000 bales, and what would booome ol I*i)casb>ro ana iiuiarkv starvation. Besides, 4,000,000 i.f staves emancipated could not live in the presents of the 8,000,000 of Anglo-Saxons inhab ilwg tho ami try. I could see nothing for the p?or negro but extermination. They would rob and they would fl^ht, and the white people would destroy them. 1 hope Queen Victoria will lend ua twenty or Ihtity of hei men ol war ships to assist our commerce. Ii she keep good faith with us there is no tolling what to |fli l hap|x-n. 1 tovuhi not be irui-yrised to see good uund onrtituto'iiai monarchy here inthree ytart. We are a re publican aristocracy already, and sooner than allow tne country to be destroyed by emancipation of the uegro, ?e boliily Wok to n strong government, and wlio would suit m> well as one ol Queen Victor) t's tonnf You then would bo our friends out and out. Our eight States are as largo as ail I .urope, save Ku.-sia, and hero id the founda tion oi a grent people?negroes ami all. We want foreign commerce, the establishment of tho useful arts, and wo want liberalism, the arts and sciences, and we have riches enough tor all this." Important from China. I EACK COKVKNTION?CONDITIONS OF TUK TRBATT? 'iUK INDKM2UTT, KTU., KTO., BTO. Fouwn timet, UnxDiT. l>ec 24,1880. The following despatch was received at the Foreign Ofli. o via Trimts, at half past seven P. M., from hor Majesty 'B Hj-sut and Consul Ceiioral at Alexandria, dated Decembi r 18-.? Mr. U? h has arrived with despatches from China, and leaves to-da; for Malta. The rati (nation of the treaty of Tien thin WBrf exchanged, and the convention of Pekin signed Uctot'e: 24. 1 he Etiglish -ad French ambassadors took up their residence iu ihe capital, and would r? main there until November U The French a.ray retired from IVkiu on tue lt-t ot November. Tbe iCnglish would re main till the ambassadors loft. Alaigelorce to remain at lien ipin till the treaty and conditions be fulUlled. The following are the principal clause*:? ApoFgy Ooni the l'jn|>eror for tho affair of Peiho last year. Minlstors to reside at Fekin. lii'iemnirv 0xed to be doOMsd. 11'-o-isii: to b< opened to trade immediately. Fintgialioti a! owed. howichon ee 'ed to the British crown. Iho treaty of Tion tain and the convention of Fekin to be put in immediate operation, and to be published thrn? ghoul the emptie. 11j< iiauees of Yueuntlnjuen have been entirely burnt to the tin und by tho British tore<*. The t>odi> s of the prisoners who died in tho bands of the Chinese have bei n brought in aud huiied with honors in the l.nn-ian Ctmetery on October IT. Captain BialiaxiHi and Abbe do I.uc were behaadod on about t-ept 21, at ter the battle of Fahlichow. The h(>diua have hot 1 >H*n rooo\orrd. Indi rnnities are expected from tho Chinese for the families o! iieeeased tjig!uii and French. tilnisters have lottsiianghae tor Tien tsin. Major Alison has arrivid chtrgeO with despatches from h?r llnpe> Cii nrit lor the War Office, ana leaves this day. iKiantc, bee. 24,1800. II. KAVKN. I'kxm, Oct. 31, 1800. Hie tnaty of Tien tain was ratilled a id the convention Bigwd hire, on the'24th of October, by l/>rd Elgin and Prince Hung. Ilie same formalities were gone through w ith liaron t>r<? on the following day. Tb?- mdemn:ty to be paid by the Chinese has been Axed at eight million tools in all. Ihe tol owu.g is a summary of the oonvsotioa:? In article 1 ihe fcmporor regrets the misunderstanding at the laku rorts lut year. Artiele 2 ati, ulates tlu.'. a Brltisn Minister shall reside at IVkui. Artn 1? 3 arrang<? the payment of the indemnity by talSlAllM'tlt*. Article 4 open* ihe poi t of Tlon tsio to trade. Article fi removes the interdie.t on omigration. Article 6 cedes Cuwuxhi to iho British Crown. Article 7 provides for the immediate operation of the treaty o< Tiuii t?ui. Ariioio 8 orders the promuigatioa of tho treaty through out < lnua. At tide 0 stipulate*- fur the evacuation of Chusan by the British force The allied a mles are to leave I'ttkin on the 8th of No vember It is reported that the First Royals, the Highly se venth, the Queen's, tho Bufls and tho Mtrine* proceeJ to Liitonud. bird Klgln reflins in Pfkln. T1;? Fnperor is at /h? bol, in l'a>lary. Hours. Bowlby, DeNoriu.ui and Anter son have (M en bnri*d with ^roat solemnuy. Iho sum ef ?100.1)00 lias been exacted tor tht families of the Bi itish otli oin who hav<> been murdorod. TIm summer pal..c*< of tho Umpcror was burnt by the Biititth on thelSih of Octob.r. * Hiumohas, Nor 8, 1SS0. The insurgents are (till levying tribute In various plac<-s, and n. e inenaiin^ Nlngpo. The liondon Tinn remarks on the happy coincidence which brings authentic news of the peace with China just as the beile were rii.ging their tlrst Christmas e.niiie The T\tnr< ho.irt.ly congratulates thsountryon the oonditkms of pence, by the fourth articl < of which T>ei?.isin at once becomes an op?n mart for trad" <ia<! Ihiiilsus into direct commercial comniunicatioa with MM, Fr?ace. Several deUcbnnote t>i artillery, m well as the firat section of the army work* corps, liart received orJera to rmimrk (or Chui i. Varnaia rumor* wei n our. ant to Paria aa to the Italian qi.eation. According to ouv report Uuhhim and France li.-ui agieed to ftupport Kranclx I ho S"> md in la. . tron^ t-ok) at (.aetn antil tho ?pi mg. Another report in that ll.? I mp> ror N.t,ioleon meditate* the formation of a southern kingdom m Italy, the sovereign of which u to bit V ictoi i mantiei It ib nntiounivd thit tbo Frlncn? Clotilile, wife or Pr?ce Napc.euu, tutu loan Ueeu lu an iutereetiug aitoa two. Italy. . A Nnpint despatch i>f 0>? Slat Kronmbw atatea, upon reliable autb J .iy, thai tin- Krrnch fleet vrim about to quit iu* htuth u ob biu ta, ami that groat <l'<mortiu ttlon I'."va'leu among the bc~eig.it army. Tlio iiattele* |.l u Uv mi (lie be t'hln of Tortoro replied to the tire of the ut> .Nape* cont.-med tranquil, and the city wan about to KiV" ? k I U ' to tb" army 1 giwt I l i tlw Neapolitan and .SenllnUn fund* had taken piece at N?pi<?. Aita tlooarv :on?plrao. organ. , "J at llomc, had b"?n ?lw41. *eri<i the I ape delivered an u I Incut.on at a consistory held oo J?t 17U< inatai.t Mia Holli eee "poke ou the persecution til ih< ( l.r.?ii in.- in Si riu :vh<i Chiua, mil unnounc.-d that the i. rami 1 ke of Ixulen tia-i violated tie pontifical con (Ax ' ?if. 1 U.i.'ij. h hail been piatoii np >n the wall* of Roma bear lik th < ai ni* of KiiiK Victor Kmanuel and tbo worila? "Vi? dmire itiiiiexati" a to Mirdinli." Crowd! of people *urtount:eti thu bilta, but tho pioceeding liai le i to no ariToia. A Niiplox despatch of tbo 21st rejmrfs that a decree waa Mdw of prcpHratMl ordering iui extraordinary levy ul imn bi tweeu eighteen and llflyAve yuan of a^*. Itaxoay. The King of Saxony wu> t utering from an attack of nieaeiee, ano the mmuiWr bail bet u ?Miltunted with the et.tiro directum of the government during hia tl anon. Aatlrla. Tbo uflUiel H'iftv-r JtUun# puhliahew a cireular, ad rtr?aw?<i by Iwroo Von tiebine.ling to the Uovernora of ti? prfcvuit- a, explaining the 1 a.itng principle* of hia pijicy. Tbc (Woo aaya.? It m Uie niiamoa A the Minia wre ot t taio to carry tail tmly aad otft<cti\ely i be r??ohiiK>na and inuntiooa of th? Kmpvror, aa ?ipiin the imperial manlfeato of the 20m Otub-t, .Ui rcgariia (rrwiom of raligioua wonlnp, it is UbewiliofUM t-jnHpfr lhat politioal ami civil right i a bail to that reapett aiao be priawrvad agaioat wiorwMi* n ent, aAU Uiat the noutraJ raiaUooa of tba dtffervat ooa ; t>.a>i^ic aba I b< eet il'liabad upon aa aquitaMa footing, iu. , p,,i. tbi raal low for on* a neighbor. I'ublto In "tiai tkoc ?til be pi oiaoiad by every piNMlble mr uta. Tba '??a <trvikiMMU ' I lho nat oiiaiitlea la aooora?l. With r?frat?o Ui. mMM pi .a, every preventive interference r?a, \ e<i ih, deveiopaiaaul i>fi^rMulture, commerce i.ui in< v?>v?i j wji b- uirabed with redoobled energy oa ib?' p<. b huh. it,,lotXT.?i<d rbaeouimuM wtMat^oy aa In oitan eatagtlkUMa Iba admiui tration of juaiice m tobj e> au^ It- in lh> g .iv,uau.l a.!minlatration i'ublkMty IaUl. I beI?'ta! Ii-fia of ploc-adOig arelo bu intro.luoe.1 ill to tlx ci il m*i penai. uurta nt uw Aa ( mviU tja? preria c?i . .f.t e. tte]Mia^try ? ,^U ZbSSPLZSSl Intn*?K Uha At ruiMbunmial Lawn tba ortaciaM afllM ri-preaei. ,.i-,u af iLn arrT.at uteriata, bv mm Of d' 'ft eH<oti"tUI, ano the ( -"baton* f<i.< t.,ral riabiaan l eligibility. 1 ho tight of inHiativaand ihe uu^Tieltr of debkli* oo tile OounoU of the K-npiro tw who*. prot nam balongv tba g?<nei*l iagialaiaHi,' while the ' lioviricial IJhU aio on.) comp.<t<ait u, i ^ p.ot?ucial queati i>? m, therefore, .xntferred the right of w glnatii a | T ie cut of law and publicity of lebMH. die I (ie-red of tbe Kinpi'e WiU be oouipoea i oi t .o-nher* an ('? a.iM.ait) tMUi by the nrwTL,cW dleta, utnl will be. bides receive additional members. The provincial go vernments of the minor orowu lands, receutly suppress t*l,are to l>e reestablished la conclusion, Uaroa Vol bchuierltng nihorti the publls functionaries u a ooasoi entious discharge of their duties, to the furtherance of the internet* of Uio inhabitants <jf Choir profincM, to t . strict observance of the laws, and to c*ndqr la Utolr ofl! ciat report* on the condition of the country. The Red Sea Telegraph. [From the Money Market Kuview] The positmu of the Red So* fvlegraph Company la re e'di*l tm extremely unsatisfactory, both by the share Idera and by the public?by the shareholders because after embarking in an undertaking enjoying a liberal and ucqut+tloiable guarantee from the British government they find their shares at a heavy discount, and the pros pect of further profit thrown entirely Ml Abeyance?and by the public, because they arc deprived of the great ad vantages which would be affbr^td by a regular telegraphic communication with the East, whilst the Slate still re mains under the obligation of pay ing the stipulated sua every six mouths to the company. Tne line does not work at all. 80 complete Is its failure that the clerks who hai been sent out to the various a tat ions have come horns again. Surely it is time that measures should be take* for mf using vitality Into the company's operations. It U said that, pending the IMgtMon betweea theoompaar and Merer*. Newall & Ok, the contractors, nothing trll be dene with the cable. IU repair ia a work which iiuc either be carried out by the government themselves, or must at i-ast lie specially sanctioned by them. Mi<an while the cable m at dormant as Pharaoh's chariot wheels. i4nw.g8t which it reposes. TH? SOUTI CAROLINA COMMISSIONERS. The Correspondence Between the Com , mlahtoners and the President of the United States. The fallowing is the official correspondence between the Cominimioners and the l*roei<tent of tho United Status, an :>l*itract of which has already appcrred In the PT1"1' Wakhinoton, Dec. 28, I860. Sns?Wehavetlio honor to transmit to yotiaeopy of the l ull powers from the Convention of the people cf south Caioliua, unuor wtiich we are " authorize! asd eni)* woiou to treat with the government of the United Maitai i'or the delivery of the foiw, magaxiues, light houses, aud other 1 ?ai estate, with their appurtenance*, 111 the limits 04 South <iiiolina; aud also for an apportion moot o( Uie public debt, aad for a division of all otaer property neld by the government of the United States ait sg?at of the confederated States of which South Carolina ww recently a meuibor, and geuernlly to negotiate a- lo all other m< a.-un s and arrangements proper to be made and adopted in the cxistuig relation of the parties, aud for th? ? ?oniiniHuioe of peace and amity between this OHumenwcalth and the government at Washington." In the ex- cation of Ibis trust it is our duly to furnish you, ii\tu now oo, with an officl il copy of tli? ordinance of accession by which the Statu 01 South Carolina has re sunied the powers she delegated to the government of the United .-tales, and lias declared her perfect sovereign ty and independence. li would also have been our duty to litve lu formed you that we wore ready to negotiate with you upon ail such questions as are nececparlly raised by tho adoption of this ordinance, and th il we were prepared to euter up >11 this negotiation, with tho earnest desire to avoid all iu necessary aud hostile collision, and so to Inaugurate our new rela'tious as to secure mutual renpect, geuoral ad vantage, and a future of good will and iuruiouy, benefi cial to all the parties eoucerned. Hut llie events of the last twenty f mr hours render such an insurance iniisnsibio. We cam* here the repre sentatives of an authority which could, at any tune witliin the past sixty days, have t ikou jKMsoesiou of tU;t forts in (.harleston huibor,but whieli, j|x>b pledgee given hi a maimer that we cannot doubt, determined to i. ust to your honor rather than to its owu power, since our arrival here an officer of the United States, aoting, as wa are assured, not only without, but against, your orders, has dihmmtled one fort aud oocupied another?thus al teriog, to a most important ext nt, tUocondition of aflairi under which weuame. L'ntll these circuinntano-s are explained In a manner which relieves us of ail rio'iht as to tho spirit in which these negotiations shall be conducted, we are forced to suspend all dlacaMloa as to any arrangements by which I our mutual Interest* might be amicably adjusted. And, In conclusion, we would urge upon you the Imme diato withdiawal or the troop* front the harbor of Charleston. Under present circumstances they are a ?landing menace which random negotiation imponsible, and, ax our recent experience shows, threaten* spiv lily to bring to a bloody issue question* which ought to be nettled with temperance and judgment. We have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obe dient servants, It. W 1IAFNWK1J.,1 .1. H. ADAMS, yOommwaiouers. JAS. 1.. OHK, J To the Pew?ii>?t or thk Uamro Hr<rm. THK VKE8I DENT'S RKl'LT. WAMHjN</rof Cm, Dec. SO, 18M. GiwnjaihK? I have had the honor to reooive your com munication ol 2-Uti inst., together with a copy of "your full iiowora from ute Convention of tlte people of South MBI, ' MhMttaf >'?u to treat with the government of the United Stato? ou various Important BubjociR there in mentioned, as aleo a copy of tho ordtnaaco, boar lag dato on the'ifltli inst , de> laring tbv "thellnio: now sub Butting betWL-ou riuuti. Carolina and other atatei, under the niiiue of tho MM IMIM of America, w uareby dig solved." In answer to this comtn intention, I hare to My that my position txt rrasldent of the United States was clearly defined in the li- asage to Ooays* on the 3d lust. In thai t suunJ that "apiu t rrum tho execution of the laws, so far as this may bu practicable, the Kxocutive has no authority to decide what shall be the relation* between the federal governm- lit and South Carotin*. He ha? been invest* 1 with no em h olscrtlon. II* possesses no power lo rhungo the relations heretofore existing betweon them, much ie?i to acknowledge the indu|vndencQ of that State. This would >>? to ttivt >-? a more executive officer ?Hh the power of recognising ihe Dissolution of ?h-t confederacy among our thti t) thrie smvereign Suites, It bean no re semblance to tho recognition ol a tureigL Je f^in (jovem metil?involving no such renpo usability Any attempt to do this wouid, on hi* part, be a naked act of usurpation. It is, thsreiore, my duty to submit to Cuugrosi tilt whole ijiwetion In all its bearings." tfucfc ir my opinion still. I could, therefore, meet you only a* |<i.vale gentlemen or Ihe highest character, and wi? entirely willing to communicate to C'ngrcss any pro |x?,tiou you might have to makH to that body ipsa the subject. tx this you were well aware, it was my ear nest dttdre that such a atspueitton might be mad" of the whole sobjet t I') Congress, who alouo p hmos.-* the power, as to pieieut lite inauguration of a civil war between the parties in regard to the ptnacsaiou of the federal forts in the hai bor 01 iharlcelcii, aud I then-Torn deeply regret that, lu your opluioii, "the events of the List twenty lour iKHirn ieiiilfli this iin|xw-8ible." In nonclusion, yim urg? upoti me "th>- nnmedin to withdrawal of the troops from the luirbor of Charleston," staling that "tmder present circumstances they are a standing menace, whichreudeis nogotlatioii lupoesible, and as our receut experience shi >*s, threaten sp*sdUy to bring to a bloody issue que* lions which ought to he mottled with tomporaac-- aol judgment." Ihe re.ison for this chang" in yowr position H, that slue ? your arrival in \Sashitigiou ? ,m oibcer of tlie hm tod .States, acting, a* we (you) aio assured. not only w thout, but agaitift vour (my) oriierfi. has disiuant;. d one fort and occupied another -thus altering to a most Important extent the condition of aifurs under which wo (y?u) came." Ytwi also allege that you came bere "the repr<? tentative* of an authority which could, at any limo wi'h I It. the past sixty days, have taken po*.?t?eHion of tho forts in Charleston harbor, but win h, npon pledges given ma maimer thai we (y*u) cannot doubt, deter mined to trust to your (my) houor rather than to its power." This brings me to a consideration of the nature 01' those alk-gcu pledgee, and in what manner they have be n oh served. In my Message of tho 3d of December last I stated, in regard lo 11m property of the Vailed Mtalen io Sooth Carolina, that it ''has been pui chased for a fair C'limalent. by the (MM ?f the UgMMM of the for the nrwiton of forts, magazines, arsenals, ko., nnd over these the authority "t" exercise exclusive legu-latioi " has be n expressly graaUsl by the coustitu toon to Congress. It is not believed that nay attempt wtii be made te expel the Ufelled States from this proper*/ by force, but If in tha I should prove to be mistaken, the eftl-er in commuid ofihe forts lias reodvsd orileis to act strictly on the de fecKive. lu such a contingency the responsibility lor oon si-queie. * would rightfully rent upon the hna>ii< of th? as ? ailanw " This lx;mg the cutidliioa of the parties, on h'sturdsy. tho sth of lu mber, four of the repr?M?Bta. tlV< f I n'in -~outli t'ari liua called upon m* and requested aii mtei view. We had an ovikM conversation on the *nhjeci o| these forts, and the besl means of preventing a collision between the piuttus, for the purpose uf xparmg the eflumoti of b'ooil I sugge<ted, for pnidentiai rea HoUf, that it wo<il,l be b -ai iu put In writuig what ihey miidtome verbally Th*y did no acotrdirgly, an<l on Monday morning, U?e lfhh inst , three of thsm presented In me a pap*i sigiMd by *? the r? '.'reseiitatives .ru n 800 h Uiroiiiwt, with a single exception, of which the lol kiwing is a Oojiy;? To iiL? Rxi-?li kbcv Jambs Kuc??sur, Psssipknt or ths I"MlSt? hT?TKj: ? In ?>fiipH*nee wilh our stalen-.ent to y>ti yesterday. We new eipr> ?? u> ion our urnng ennvteilens thai neither ihe enntM inn '1 aDthorIUee, nor any body of ihe people M the Mlate M hoiilh < arilina. will either aliaek or mole<4 the ()nlt?d Slate* foita in the harour of I harleetos, prevlon>ly te the aeilun of Uie ( onvi nlioa, and ?e hope an'1 believe not until an off, r I]us tot n n.nrte itiroiiuh an aeoi-?-ilit.>.l NftSMMN*% to n?w S' llate for an ?mi< able amwigemei l of all mailers helwe.-n Uie M ile and Ihe federal covemment, proTid. d that no rein fore* meat* shall be sent Into Uioee foru aad their reiallte military shall re ma la as st pre** nt. JOHN MruiTRBM. U. U H< >NH AM. w w rovor. WASiumrw*. Dee #. 1Jim I.AWRKN' k M JCRTTT Ana here 1 must, in histio* to myseU. remark tliat nt the time the paper wa? priwented In me i olijeotcd to Uw word "prorided," as 11 might be :on>-tr<ie<l ir.b) an agree ment on my part, which I never wimld niake. They said that nothing was further I row their wieMton?^bey did on* so unierstaod it, and I shonld not ao rnnsl ter it It Is avldent they could ent?r into no reciprocal agreem-nt with me on the subject They ifci ix* peefssa to hare authority to do this, ard were .toting In their ladlvid ial character. I eonatttr?d It as nothing more, in ?4K-ct, Urnn the promise of highly hoooraMe gentlemen to exert their influence for the purpose expressed The event has proven that they hare faithfully kep* U a promts*, although I have never since received a line from any one of thea, or from any member of the Oon vent ?D OB thft aM#Mt. It M well knewn that It wis my di lerminntloa, aai (Ml I freely eipressed, aot torn .rfori e the ferta In the harbor, and thus prod una aool< llsioti, u&tU thsf feat bnsa actually attacked, or nntil 1 hi*I oertato iilAlli Oat they aare about to hettiu k ed tUl PfmI NMlMlaMl cordially, and coaiiderei It us n happy oiaai thM jpatce might he stlU preserve 1, and that time migM he Wias given for rr^entioe This m the whole loundatMa for the allegnd pledge. Sut I aete I in Ihe same manner aa 1 would have dons had I entered Into a positive aad formal agreement with psrtiee capable of eootrsctlivg, although such an >gr*e meat woumI have been, on mypurt, from the nature of my offiriel ihities, Impossible The world knows thai I have never sent any reinforcements to the forts la Charleston harbor, ami I have oertalnly never authorised ?oy chaiig* lo h* made "in their roiaMv* military Bearing upon thin subject, I refer yen to m ot4w (asnel by the Secretary of war, on the 11th tost , to Major Aulersoa, but not brought to By notice until the 21st lust U is as followi >? naiOkJiNDDa or ruiu mraoonoiri to ujuou avommmr, niuT tBTiLuiaT, oomuaumu voirr houlik i it o. You air aware of the great anilely of the Sacr Ur/ of ff... that a collision of tho troops with the jteople of this m iU ah?U be avoided, and of hla atudied determination to ;>tirauit a ouurM, with reference to the military force and for .a la this harbor, wbloh nhall guard aaaluat audi a eolllalen. lie hai tbnrelorr carefully abstained from increasing the ro.-ca at tLim point, or takin* auy meaaurea whloh might add to Ue prtMout excited atale of the public mind, or which would tli.u*<n) douli on the C"Uil<lenpe be feela that boulh Oarol.ua * 111 not attempt iy violence to obtain poaaeaalon of ihe public wor?a, 0. Interfere with their oocupancv. But m the oouiih?1 and acta or raah and Iranulalve peraoaa may poealbiy disappoint these eipeoutloiia of the govern be oe? ma it proper that you abould ho prep trod with luiiruc tloiia to meet ao unhappy a contingency. lie hai, inerofoi-o, din-cted me verbally to pve you auch iaatruetlu'u You are carefully to avoid every act which would u il'iea ly tend to provoke uKgreaaion, and for that reaa-m you are not wiUit'Ut necessity, to take up any position wh o.i ould be coaatrued luu> the aaaumutlou of a boatfle attitude; out you aie to hold poaaeaalon or the Iorts la thia barber, 'fid If attacked, you are to defend yourself to the laat eitemlty The ainalineeaor your force will not iiermlt you, p >rh?p i, te occupy more than one or the three , orta, but an attack u, or atUMi.pt to take poaaessioa of eithi r of them, will l>e regarded an an act of Limtility, and you may then put your coiniu*nd into either of them ? hich you may deem mint p/op.tr to in crease lu power of reslalanoe.. You ar? ;ilao authorised to t?k# similar atepa whenever you have tangible evidence of a design to proceed to a hoallle act l> I* HUTLKk, Assistant Adjutant Oenoial Kort Mooltkik, S 0.. Dec. 11, WtW This la iu conformity to my lnatruotiona to Major rtueti. JOHN H KU>ri>, Secretary of War Ibcse were the last instructions I auHimtto i t> vf yjr Anderson before till removal to Kort Sumter, with a single exception, in regard to a particular which -to h U"t in any degree affnot the present question. Under th - w circumstances, it iu clear that M.ijor Andoreoq acted up -a bJ) own responsibility. anil without authority, ?nlnM, indeed, b<< hit<I "laligiblo evidence of u ilosiR'-' l.i proceed to a hostile act" ou the part of the authentic* of ,?uch Carolina. which has not yet beon alleged. Still b - in u brave and honorable officer, and justice requires chat he should not be condemned without a fair bearing Be tui* an it m;ty, when I learned that 4i.yor Andcr. j i bad left Kort Moultrie and proceeded to Fort Sumter, uiy first promptings were to command him to return to bis former position, and there to await the contmgrtoci-s presented in his to mer instructions. This would only have be?i done with any degree of safety to die Oom maXid by the concurrence of the South Carolina author! ties But before any step oeuld possibly have oeeti la ken in tbih direction, we reoeived inhumation (hat the "1'alnn tto Hug Uoateti out to the breoze at Castle l'inck noy, and i\ large military foroe w.nt over last night (tue Wth) to Kurt Moultrie." Thufe the authorities of South Caret ma, without waiting or aaking lor any explanations, aaci oeiibilen- believing, us you hive oxpi-ossed il.lUaltUj oli'.cer hau acted not only without, but against my ordure, on the very next day after Ih > nignt wtiea the removal watt in'de. seized by a military force two of the three feutiu: toils in the harbor of Charlectlon, aim iitve covered th- m ui.di r tticir own flag irutcad of that of the United :tatee. At tfiii- gi'K>my jieriod of our history, startling events aneGKM.'each Other rapid! v. On the very day, the 27th in>t , iltot | o^HesStoii of these two forts Mas token, the Palmetto W is tatsed over the federal Custom 11 >use ami I'ost (.lle e in Charleston, and on the same Uay every oflloer of the custom:*?Collector, Naval Oillc t, Surveyor nd Appraiser?resigned tb u offices. And this, altii 'ii^h it was well kuown from the laugutige of my Mexr1 .4, that as ;ui executive offlccr 1 felt myscll bound to cii lect the revenue at the port of CharloHoti, un der the existing laws. In tho harbor of Charleston we now iiud three forts confronting each other, over all of which the federal Aug iloateu only four days ago; but now, over two of them, this Hag has beeu supplant ed, and the l'aluictto llag lias beon substituted ui its Stead. It is under all these circumstances that I ain ui geil immediately to withdraw the troops from th? hir bor of Charleston, ami am informed thil without this no gotiation is impossible. This I cannot do?this I will not uo. Such an idea was never thought of by m* in any possible t/Hitiugcncy. No such allusion had beeu inado in any ccnimuiiicailon between myself and auy hum ui being. But the iu!\ rence is that I am bound to withdraw the nocpe from the only fort remaining in the possession ol the I niled Slates in tho harbor of Charleston, because the oilieer there in command of all the forts thou^ut pro pel , without instructions, to change his position from one ol tie in to another. At this point of writing, I have received Information by telegraph from Captain Humphreys, in command of Uie aiseiial at Charleston, that "it has to day (sun.iay. th. aOth) been taken by force of arms " BklMMM thai tbe munits>ns of war belonging to the United States in tins arsenal are worth half a million or dollars. Comment is needless. Alter this information, I bare mily U. add that, whilst it is my duty to defend Kort M.ii.ur as a portion of the public preperty of the Uutle-l Mates agau.st hostile attacks, from whatever q lartor they may come, by such means as 1 may ponsecif for th s purree. 1 do not perceive now such a defence can bo cou strt.ed into a menace against the city of Charlestou Vvttli gr<at (lersonal regard, 1 remai. , yours voiy re spectluily, JAMi BUCHANAN lo Honorable Roiockt W. Bajucwsu., Jams* U. aiums, J.'.VKh L. (/?'K. BEOONl> LKTTEB OF THE OOMM188IONEU8 TO TOR l'BK HIDBNT. Washington, D. C., Jaa. 1, isfll. Bar?We have th* honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 30th December, lu reply to a mote t?J flftgged liy un to |(Ml, on the 'iS'h of the amno mouth, aa ( from South Carolina. Is reference to th.? declaration with which your reply cnniuici.cea, that your "position as Prostdont of the toiled SUtes was alroady doflaej in the message to Ooa gie?s of the 3d iugLant;" that you poaaeaR "oo|iower to flange the tela io'us heretofore exmtUig" between South < *'oiinji and the United StitUs," "much lean to acknow ledge the lndepeudenoe a( that state," and that conse ij',eitly you could meet us only a< private gentlomon M Uu> highest character, with an entire willingness to tx n roumc-ate to 0>ngresa any proposition we Blight have to make?we doem It only neceesa. y u> 'i-y thai the State of South Garoltaa, hiring, in the exercise of thai great right of self-govern ment wliu h underlies .Ul our political orgasintio w, declared hei self .-overeigu and ludepondent, we, us b r repr.-rutativce, felt h< special tolictlude iu ti thu ii.i rat tiw in which ynu might recognise ua. ivULslied tliat the stale had simply exeicisod her unquestionable right, we wo'e prepared, in ord*r to reach xubatautuU good, i* wane tlia lorm.ii consideration* which your con><titu tioaal sci upleti might have prevented you rrom unend ing. We came hero, therefore, exp.yjting to be received you did re' cive us, and per'j -tly content with that entire willlr:gi,a*H, of which y :'j assured ue, to submit any precaution io Onngiess which we might have to tiiaku upon the aubjeot of the independence of the SUM. (h it willingness whs ample recognition of the con litloo of public Hlluri which rendered our presence necessary. In this position, however, it l? our duty, botb to the Ftate which we represent and to ourselvca, to correot several im|>ort;uit misconceptions of our l.tter into vhich you have fallen. Ycu h?y:?" It wa* my earnest deeire that au<-b a dis jx sit.??ii might he marir< of the whole subjeot by Congress, who alone postu ns the power to preveut the inaugura te n of a civil war between the parties in reg ird to th j (?>sm fi ion ot the Inderal forts in the h irbor of Chari u ton; and I Ih-refore deeply regret that in your opinion the events of th i last twenty four hours render this mi possible." We exprefwxl no such opiui'?; and fie lai.ncagc which you quote a-< ours, is alterod is its aeuae by the <mi^ion of a most Importnnt part of the s intone i What we (liil say was ?>" lint the events of the last twenty four hours render aucb an assurance impuMSible." i'ktre that " ussurance," as contained iu our letter, in th) s. utenoo, antl we are prejvired to repeat it. Again, pnifi'-mng to quote our innguage, yon say? "Thin the authorities of South Carolina, without waili g or lu-king ior any explanation. and dotibtl.<as believing, as you have expressed It, that the officer had acto not out; without but against my orders," kc We exp^ee* <d no ouch opinion in reference to Uie belief of the pen >t? of South wtiolinc The language which yoi have quote I w is applied solely and entirely to our assurances oh taimd here, and l?sed, as you well know, upon yonrow.i de. '.nation? a declaration which, at that time, it was im p< unbie for the authorities of South Carolina to hive known But without following this totter into all Its da tails, we propone only to meet the ohief points of the ar gument. Some weeks ago, the State of South Caroluia declared 1 ef intention, in iho exit ting ronditi >n of pub te affairs, to secede frora th ?United states. She oalleu a coav.m lion of her people to put her declaration In forco. The convention met and parsed the ordinance of teueaeioii. All tins you aoticl|iated, and your course of aotioa was t'lnri.ugb'y coiuMuemd in your annual meeeage. Tou de r .iron you h.d no right, and would not attempt to one c - * eecediag st*;>, but that vou were bound by your loa .rtit4HH>ua. oaih.and would defend the pro|iorty of the I r.tted Stat* h witbla the borders of South (Mr ?!ina, if an ai unipt was made to take It by foroe. .Seeing very early tiiat this qnn<tHin of property was a dillioult and daiiotte ? ne, yi ti iiiai'ifeated f Mr* lo settle It without c->i|| r i' 4i. Vou did .'?t reinforce the garrison in the hartx>r lif 7ia> leMou. Yoa removed a dlstnguisbe i and vete ran nffi.-er fr m the ootnman I of Kort Moultrie H?oause he attempted to increase hts aupply of aamuai I t?a. Ye reiused te send additional ir?*n>s to th? suae Iarrisou, winr applied for hv the oiUoer appntate rucoe?d bim. Vou aecpt^d the raetgnailoa or tiiaoldoat iukI rryial < nnneiii member <>f j our <'?btnet, rattier tlian allow U a g?rru?>n to be atrangtkened. You nompiille'i an officer, atn ?? ned at lort Hnuisr, to return immediately to t\e An? > al forty muekets whteh he h v1 takea to arm hta men. i ou oipreseed, a d to one, k>it to many, M the i ?t dtlM .oguisheri of our puhV ? hsiacter? .v?> wtMtl 3(Miy?lll be placed Upon the ret; ?d, ?n. i,??or it ? .. **v. your aaaMy lor a peao->lol koruiiaMl-hi of hi.? I c.'otrov i -v, aad yonr w iluv*neea not to dial irb 'tie mili tary Hater ct the forte, If Obniailisk rtara r onld be j a-at to the govern?.?nt, wbre? com in iio itloaa yoa pi oralaen to submit to t -e,-r^M. Teu re- I ceivtat and acted on ?aauranoaa fr -r< tha high wl I ri!4tal auihorMtea al S*>ith (hr-'Uom ihat uo attempt w? id he matia to diafi n v?<u ywnsaiw of the torts sad imoi rty of the tnlMat St< t-a, if you would not disturb th ii aalatlag eoa<iitioo ,jm 'the Ouarvmissaui -es had be* a m i t, and toe attempt u> nogattate uad MK i You tock fr?-? the menibera of the Hi. use of Raprsaeau Uvea a written memorandum that an auoh attempt abo .id be made, "provided that no reinrarceiaenia shali be ?.<nt lute thoea forta, and their relative military status auatl remain aa al present." Aad although you attach no foroe j Ul the acceptance ot sneh a paper?aMbongh you "ooa stdered It aa larthlng mora la effaot than the protaise of highly bonoratiUgMitlemea"?aaaa oM|gaiKai on o lesl le, witliout oovi sapimdlng obligation on the other?41 must be remeoitx red (Ii we are rightly informed) that yo>. re re pledged, If yoa ever did aand rata Tr: oenvnts, to return It to thaae from whom - ou had reoelved it, before yon executed your r.?ol-]Uoa Y' u sent orders to yonr officers oomm >oding th? in atrValy to follow a Una ef conduct la oaafortnity with ?uch aa uuderstatiding. ItseMsa all this, you had receive fo rua. an i official notice f-oni the Ooveraor of aaithttucllna tiiat we had be -a appelated OwnailaaieiKwe, and were cn isir way lo Washington Yea kaew the na p.i?d i -n lition uiiUer whkA we came; our arrival waa n< < ?? d to ym, and sa hour appotnled for an laterview We arrived la Ueehingtoa en Wedne?lay at three o'c*ah. and yoa appnlated an later view witb us at ?.> tfe next tlay. Marly on that day, rhuie-iay, the news was r oelred hereof the moremea' of Major An4>rann I hat neWe wae onaimuaiaated to you immediately, an i yrai pnatpt ned our meeting until half-pest two o rd.. k on Krtdny. la order that yon might ooeeul* yourtkhi net On FYiday we aaw yoa, aad are naifod upon ) eu | Ui'W to mlwoi your pledge Y?ti coatU ugt deny ?t. With ttwfaou we l*w >'-?* 1 r w r Ofowelug tti.d o >001 i i*? l?:v v!u. yojr - ) * bad r<?ig?i:d b? ?.<ai in Mi? Uubiui-t, ?:> - ;W avow>i gi ' in 1 tbU iJlo 40liuf oi .il-j*' Ante, i jj - vi.<Utod ib? I f.itb ?.f -?>g'v *?';> al. "'J'. '"-l unleas iho plodgti w*a UiHMttUy re- ? .u?!, t" ' '' y tx>aored, will w-ui tttuawalo; you di-l <>? ? ? You do uot deny it now. but y hj ? i t? ee -p ir ? ' obligation, on lb ? grouads, U.H, ti.at w i aim -.ji i n-notiatwn by teaiaiiUiiiK, a* ? pr?-'iminarjr, t.w wi.ft riiawal ?>l tho lulled W?u?> tr '' '1' l"' ' ' '. 'J' tliai learns, ami h ix.mt, Uut tho . itboriti nf .>*?ut ? Ca rolina, u.eii.w o? -?.Jn ig expLuiUio'i aad t- ? ?! l" ' eiixirUinlty to vinous a* you-M r, to-l- i?> -? n ?"? "i piln-r pioporty of tlie U.uto-J swu*. v*J will examine lu iho tlrst pi i c, iv- iiocy 11 'Stiiv / I'nt w by ever In any way nu t" an..' ?ucu cetr. ? ? " ir ',vl r ? In y mt poMeeeiou; It *iU tail 1 by ti?u on raoorJ la ... wo luioiin you of m?j oiyi^'K oi our iaie?iou wo ??y thai it wiKiKl hav.t b ' ii mr d'H/ - i have aiw-r tfd yo'J < our ri'AdlooM t<? cot urn -nc? i? ^otiatious wi t? tii in u. earnest ami anxious ile-arc to ly'lt'O ill ^ nwti.iOa nolwjeu im toniiMtlil* an 1 to ?mr in.tiat alv in.. i?'*, bat tuu ev uta In I rotulere t ttt ct na^ir ince nni??s- iti n ** atatn.) the uvoata, au1 wo sa?t that ?- uttl .+cno * itnus lory explanHiimi ot ilieao ev( u'8 w.ifl /ivu un we could (Hit proo*"*! anil lluiri, ltavu>K m*>le liijt rcq ual lor < I p'at'allou, i?? ivlieJ:?.u<l, iu ooiu'lusinu, iff.' won. 1 nrgft upi.n you iIih untu'v'.ciui wltb'h -i^ral of ihd troopfl fioin tbo li i' Ilpt ui (lurii'iituQ. UuP''?v*i>ni cirouni RUiii<?e tb. y aie a hUimI.i k ui-innoo which ron lur^ n. i..iii'.ii iuiin^flibi-1," *.c "Under pr -.out oir <?'ihhIadopsI" Wlutt clrouriiiitaaiX'HY Why, c!"ir Ij thu occup'iti'H "f Kut Suinter and tJi<? dls niuutliui! oi I on Mouitri- by M ?/ir au lenwn, in ibu f ics of your |il?? !,'.?<, without e\;?..Hni'.ioii or pr.vct cal .;U avowal AmI tin ?' !# iii t.iiil^> in t'.'i I.'it r wliich wuuM oi ri'iild Imvi* |irfV?ui?<l yo* ir? ui <1 "*linifl/ to witli'lraw tii:* troo;^ hi?i| *H'.''^iii7C U." rnMiornti'in of fie to wlnoh you it it, ii Huriih-i Of".' your desire. it Wiuld luil .? I. V. r .1.1 i II-tnir, ill O'U op-nloa, w bavf witbiiin? i M.o -ui I tmn i?piti...o wouiged U|h>m you; til'i wo .Oinun '.ivl ii.ilhu V, m.t ;i'ii'b u nx'iii ni<>Hiu ol tbf . vents of il laxt twoniy tour Uou -a ;w> would roHinre ? ? ir i"i '? rioi' i.i ih' P'-irit who wh.cit tb * negi iiatioi. sb iuH bu iwn tuct i. in relaiiou t? tb * w tli'TiiwaJ O' iin- in* [;?. ;i?iii tho b irbor we aro Ooni |t. i.eo, Itxwevoi, i > UvAi ?' urn' pit ?' /' r b'ttor. K<-lerrl!ig Ui it yoo:iay?:il'h!;it ' i'not i!?. Ihul will not do. .>uch nn i'lr? ins m?vit tlixugbt or by luft ia iicy i'Ofsitilo tooiiaK'^'*-)' f*1' wlbeiou t" it b i l evor b < ii miuli) tii i.i.) Ccti.ii . -'j noii bctwoi u mysull and auv liumnc bi'iHB." lu reply to liim *lMtc;n<ul wo aie comiiflleil lo ?ay that your conveia..iK'i. *nb ioi lett upoo our niui'te iiio die tiuci line icni-ai tii. t you i iJ boi ui'iely oouitnipUla tbo w itbd' -* .vul 11 ih. ti oo;*- fioui Clii/'lo?lou b&i'bor. And li< buppoit <1 tii it) i.np.i* in \/? woula iMia tliui we liuyo tb?,-8llivi al.IU.tl' of 4<>0tlrfal"M of tbo hlgll.-tlt pJMt- j bl?|it.blic ri p'iUtn'u a .d 'ho moat unntilni'd integrity? mi ll wbugc liunio nud I in.i', f? i .h i I by long t;. i vioj lull pati lotiv eclilevi icent, pMu tUoii tistlinoiiy b'yoad mvil?tbat - <i (jmin.;.. L 11 Dec;, niado to .uic urged u|m*ii you by tli.'n, mid bu'i lo'iuort 1 li<i y'.bjivi o> m ire than one curnvu discuMion with you And M w m thil knowledge tlmt iudu?y*?l i h to ujgo npoDvou apjlicy wliii b hud to rcfOi:inn fi'l it i's otvii wir-doin u:id the unglit of with initlioi :ty At* to tlio bocoii t p.iiut, Dial the authorities of i ?r?!.!iA, iiiHtiud ol ^'ki' g expiaiiati"na, uud glvin ; you tlie ojiti'tumty to vunlu.iUj ynu> soli, t*? k potst eni1 n of i c 'it?r i" " > " ' I ot i he Uuito t states, we v?. uld ob?' rwo ? 1. lnal evon ii llin woto go, Ii doe* iif't uviill yon I ? iioiiiio ?, lor thi> opportunity lor ? ecwli u a*i?h all' ri'i .1 y I.. :> ?? ?> ib. ^o la1 u? occurred. Wu arrived m VV ushi n-.'ooi. Wi' lni-'^niy j the liefh irooi Miy r Alidei'iii. i lacUou luioeariy on Ih ii'bduy, ftnl was ImoiodUttely i-"ii > . m - t (1 I > ynu All LiiiT oay iu id of tbi: lUKheHt . ( >n1. in i '-ri .. v/holi. ? ri v. n suoc'n.s fully u? Hit ; ? n u ><??..' n." . lii' ? who ha I been yo ir j tricil ami true fr'uj.u.- iiir>ij^'lt ti. iii.iiblc.i of your ad- | inhibit at or, so-.*1)1 you huO entr '(iteil you toact?to , act at oiic-v liny tojd yon tint ovry hour com plicated join |H-n)iM'U. iboy only iako.1 you to , give the* asnuiaiioo tu.'ii if iu j fiuta wer i ?-o?tint i ii the cnuiunuder ha . aot.'il w.tli at .10 1 ii^uiui,'. your j orccre, aim u. vmi it cn of your p.?'';.,u??tu;?t you would | nature iho rioini pit hail piwi^iAl v b..'i r to tu.'iin- [ lain. Von iot cm a to uecidi>. Vi.ur Secretary at .Vur, j oi r iirimeduiic and pt?;or :id . sei u t'lis w'l-ile matter, waiimi anx oi,niy tor yoLr dcoifclon, "iitil In' lelt tb it lo lny wnt* btC' iini g uiiibouor. U-ne ihiu twelve hours pa.-m-d aui. mo i in moi in?tinuB ua I uJjouiuoil, boloio yoii kni-w w I ii. t th > authorltlM of <nitli Oarotnri ha I dotic, and vour pnmjit deowion at any mutuant of that t Die would haw aiuiuoJ tha dubniquout couiiiiiuatious. ln.t II you bad tn .wu iho aoU> m thu autUoritliM of .-oiiUi Car Winn, hIuihIh tlj?t liav" prov i te'l your keep io(i your laitbf What wa? tha cod'tilinn of things!* f or tti" Uuit MXty <1, y ? y on liavn bad in Charleston bar Imii uot Ion enough to k< Id thu fortu agauut an rquaU'iHmy. Two oi tacm were empty; oq-i of thosj two the uioat miportnul tn theharla>r. Hooulubave bn-n takeo at any nine. You ought to k a->w butter thin any man that it w.ult. Iisvi bni-n lakon but for tho ol foi tn of tb'4* wt. > put thi-ir truat ?j y>:u honor. liBVii g ihpt they w.-r?'tbriaVi no l by l'ia t Suintui ??|k? ciully, tin- |nopa- uoin witti dilllculty iOMtiaiae>l from ho cut iig uiuniut b:. od iho ponnfi< ion ol mm luipnrtant loitrt-Hd After many anil reiterated asauranc* Kiven on yin.r b?'hair, whi b woaiiii "'. inliove unauthorized, they detri iiiil-.ed to lorbiar, .u. i m i'i?. t^ith bunt ou llmr Cnmnib*ioiii r?. lo i.eg i... i) Mini you. Thoy tnoaat yi>u ao ha. in?wwho.i yon iu> 111. I hov thought of you kind ly, bi-lleveo yon trii.>, an t w^-re wiKi -g, an I ir ?? win oonavt' ut with nty, t<? i.|nr? you unnooe^nitry and ho? tile ixdlibl n Scarcely h*.l thene Coinuiin.onorfi lelt than Ma>.r Auu> i>?oii w ig.11 w ir. No oiii<r word< will UtMoribc uia act.ou il w u> not a | iic ui ciuai,o from one lort to an"ibnr, il was a iinuln aot in tho tugb eel snitxe, onu only ju?ti"?Mt in tha rreeenc^ of a superior eaemy, aim in imminent uoiii. He .bataioiiad bifl pne'liou, Kpite.. biifuw, li'tfuel b.s rfun c.'i ui^ a, m uj pr?p?ra twaiii fur tlie ue~lrui iinu of lil-p sianl withdrew umier Oover of <he j.tvt I to a auor pout in Toli wis War. No mat) i*?uii hare belier 4 (wiibout y'Ur asiurane^) tint any ollicer ixiulo have takeu su -b a St p "not eijy without ore? *, hit ig.i t order#." Whit tb. State aid >vrp tn iimplo su.i fh .'.iu o , for this act, with all ita aliening ? .renn tiia 4, was an iuics war aa IIruig a vuoe ; au l w u l?o4 g thus bog iu, until thoae C">Bimeiirmc it ixptiiti"l their a-;'iua anil rti?4vowe?i lh'Ir in'ootiou, lh"ri' w^ r, t ' mil fnr delay; und, evin ui th;s tuoui-Hit, whilo we are wining, t is ai"iu than pro'iab r, fiem n. > t viO' of yjur Ii tt'-r, that rciniorc ui nta h-ir yuig oi> i > th j i;.>u flct.ei ibat whwi tho nr?t g"n aiiall ba ?tie I tb *re will haiob en, oa youi put, ..oe coi.lin-..i .k, oo'ihisimiiI dories ot actn-ris, coitim''ni:lng in a <1ci -< - ? n ior .yco-it ally wailike hi p.^>iion by reg ilar rci . -m ? t, and i?rini aaiing in utfeat or ?ictny. An' all thid wthout ilw ?>ligbte?l provw ?ti.f. foi, ainm g in iu.v.v kliiu?c> ?iiieh tiMi bavn aaiu, iinre ia tme till i? you iniu-.l aay?you ?ve waited auiMH'Vly for in w- fnii tin* a -it of war, in b<i(H>s ihnt doiny #o: id fn-m^b R-'iut iciouai f >r ttiii! pre cipiUttion. Ib.t tliiti -iitu(;ili.o evi i -ia'? i< a -1'?ign lo pr. cetx: to a b "< i. a> Il .li mk I . ' th" autiu? ities of .??uth Car. iiui.wb.ob is iho << iy juat tication oi Muji.r Andeiai'.i, yim are fimwl to aumit, ' hat mi vol Imvi; ui ? gad." I ? ?a ii ,v.. MM; I you have rei<-? .. (<? bold, by fore , wbil you Lav.- obi.iii.'-d lUroug.i ?>.ir ivi -;i ? ' o. r.li't -dco, ae'., by nliiMig Uid-MV. ? h .UTtM.ii ui iiajiii- Audaison, b ivo c iivoite I.mvi i' ' oi iirdi.n inu. a lugitlmiU> act <>f yur .'Xecuti*. ai.looruy m. w.?iiu wuat It miy, ol Il ia we are ai? :' e, that, if F'-it Meulirie lul bo .n ricor. nl in hi?ii.iy an . m-mo-uil .1 0-.r'<l|ni? gallantry, l-' i i <m u*. will live i.p?u the sii L- iiug page a? a i iub |n ilnlmlile tektuu. tiy ol i.aroluut i nih I i y i.i.i ?oi ra ' yni. Ii iv ? r.ulni ij r'-n ' ' ei*il w ir ii > utile 1' it m>. Il yon ch.xH- to tore tlna tea-ia upi li iw Um Ma'n ol <n;ll .'s'?l .i. ?'iii m?"|>t it, anil, r< ly i f i.|v.r? Mini wb" w< Ibe !i??o of Ju.-la;' i.a Will aa r|n t < ii Iin.la, we. endiMVUi t-> y.-rlo in tie* gr -a' .i. y *li ?!? 1: a Ii. fii.-e Uer U.?; fully, bravely ami lb. - p. \ i i . i. f* .'4ii?.i, . im. i?r ii. gin t*i. ou *;id p . ?, aad .ii ? l ? - ??? ?? ?..? Im,. ? ni a w li ",til ut ib a < I ? r in > I - 'i i . , t" ol I lie rnaOTii t>n of t'i? v. ?. i/t. -v luy M l' ; .n>< i t o ir iu-' iv J, an.I Ion a.j.i \\ f ? i i k > ir .1 I i in ii.'ii.Hi lu ro|r|.?rC? the j ? hi t:. tin .i r.??!.?,, .? ? riap.v.t <iliy is i ? )i ? J >t ?' ; i r| ? I'lL/Miif b? Cljtf.'Htwii w oior rt w . I? I ? -I We.u,? .Ii bou i? in-, an, vi ry roapectiuily, your .* ? n-i. ?? . K. W. r.iKNWUJ. ) I M AliAMs, yComa viouera, .' ?MF.i U t.'lJi, ) Ti ! i. li- y 'lie i- - t -.??? imh r* rnoi ft .im 'i ?? , is tho o i r" in nt up>n t?ii> d?K'.u u> <u ? - t ? i nn ilon r?,."a; oV.vli, WoJi.'-a lay lie- i ?t p'e" itnd to i ? Creei leul, ta of ^ui li a iln.nl. U I be dec I i ?? to roc. ivn it til volt J yn ( Ity H fWi. fir i u- PiKinnn (fctikc.i?l^t nig'it tha |?w. in >ov,uib cltirch?lb? llmry HuO I - ?hw, |?hir?lint by auction. Th ? i rii ? ? ... \u '??<??> pa t, m.u 1 m i h an*fly wan r, c t.*lll Wluit |>rU '? <ho P?Wj W I'll I -1.. k)J N foro til 0 ..Jill <(iC< (Qt.Ut Wl tho ?.?!? \i ) r iiitil'wuKHi too i?mtoling th*ui t, , .r.'tiv tho iDM4?o?ty litii buMlug to ;if f. . < fur ill, mMy nut MtUi >ut .<-gti r>({bt3 to f t th > |"^t ? ., yt, tfiT'iflh th* brwpitallty f >r?uB?U'l all hvl b?j'n Abii to W'l'^htp taara ?o t? < , u> I h ? h [? i U.?i, >tii.n) I tha are* ulrcjm ? ??i: . . # ''ripg Urf' cvrruAt jr. ar, t'.i >, i.am.> spirit w It- ,iaifn|t<3, i?d\ U iil tha 13 * 't I ?. <b-i t'/MltiUB'K, (W.i. trt> tru?<*? t<? kanptb'itr ?r i i<-?r wIUj iu itbuf. ("bo lnJ li m Ih?fl c i'T ?t? , <a4 'b. L.ff-t |Mt? #,w? not up il filO.aul r- .h *? > *.wv?*Kv, U-H), fiiio. J140, 1Mb, aiuJ wim ht<< k ? uivrr >1 $|MI. rh.- i?>it * mi p .t ip ul $109, H! il r. - ?f. ?t <1 tlr V? $1'.A at nhivb it ??i k.o ?k.?J <5. ? A \Mfi. ? nti&ber t:i 'A ?ut air Ht $UV, aa?l H km ? - i i ?!.?? t*ijffi ^?N ?' ti- bf '^ht tlo?u tu $10U til b 11 On U* Wlhalti a rrry Lire* inmn.it of tnoaif mm WlllliniiKhwiH CI?/ 1(1(1. >w '? :.vp?i?t fun. ? (>iu?r> Hwct ? Utwla AaaiMM .... I ?? t? .> t' ? rk? lYauk j,il Sul<>m?li N?? mm ?'.v> *"-? *rr U-1 i>'- ?i >i, or h*rljg mi At* to ti>. f# .%r 'b* foruv r In Ucufl ?ti* t, ..i,-Vt'irdny ? r bro-tubi l??f^rr J (.>luta, ?t th* F\i?rth ?Wtct I oitoo OjQtt, oo Ura<i?> >. o'- <if, ua tho vharKi- of M* ? Fii/r th? ii?Wl; ?(>' i d I lru v^u?b*i for ?trlit' N 'Mil \ ?/ v.>r, wan tafeoa, *.i J ib timiti \tk>. ?a* a<1,?o- . A to m.? oYlook t<> oay. It lhat lite flr? iw >l **;>? it.mI Mi nag la MI 6<..' "Mi*l ?t ;b *ti rt .u ti< ..int-, aid ioaI >lMt nr?c.u+' ia>oc..t i r iami< w?. ui in* fr to a trunk, r?? d?-r'i^ II ipfiji* t 'lial th? p*rv traiota rt h? crlna had m irmgofl i? iii?i ib . noil'iurhft ??It- 'lit ^i.^'t.i Viiuit io tikiM'i ti1 a. to lot uut of tba ' i>rm th* lavovrry rouUl ba iijmJ . llHiiewer* t?- fniii r*'ai>n on 'bi nmnwn, >' fathaato#, ?M 10v pnMf a , ?-.jil?.| i) tin ?ir> >ka ba fif.> y c??W Ix tr i,?ii I fiow liii'lr pa'<!o.m coalittia. Mr Fir til ? r> ;>n>'r.pt u. h?^!ug t?ii ?>t*|iai.Uxl |?tf t i. ^tod, ui.l b ?1il prfwwxl acamut tfi?m ?or mtmiS Im Dili ir*t it h pwupaMd tl <' il.n Ml 'u h? t- ' i ?? iu ? Uila tt iiiK*i rvn n?<i?4 U. yaloe, Knttl Ipifil'gt'ai* t? r -1 >-?*???? ' ? 1'y, frum t. i friwt n( Africa, wkh m K. li(4?nh N-?tr-inbar ii, Ik. rll g art tvod f?\ tba SJd " t,'ji' -o .?'f? rrtgui* Our,.?hj.j pia ImbI : '! j r??fl? -t riWr.'bvt V Poller linrlllg<'ucr. PK'CJWT O.X '.!? ALLU>MI> 0*.?BUtN? Hor.su. 'lb |*<mi < Hot in u? at tual turiiud their alleaWoa to ?1 Al h M l n'H heuii ?< nun. met) to Hit) Oity, aiid tr|. deutly gni?g to brink up, if jiitrwibl.), the (.'iiuMi/ig betto hI? >ui u ? u. lnuro .a no oLuw of poopio in eur oaaa latuiily that lite bid g'oalor liberty and unlimited mora oiit'uK1* than 'b-t New f..ik g.imbluia, and it 18 U) ki boped lL..i Ua.y ?ii l>? faUewod up in future. 11 has alitioat 84v?ui('d that tbv.y hire bad the n;>pof hau l of lfc? (hJkki, .tut! that ill* latter wjreafraid to litnrTorn wMl lb' in. but ult.nday rvdoUiti,however, Capt. Currey, with a fx tsi) of police, made a m-eeeitl ou an alleged gtiubliag bi-ueo it; I?v <> ? 81. oot. 7h.> police, uo cutoriaf the building, iootid 4?i ie a party ar-r >u> ling a far* Uble, covt'ivd With Oi.idt mrl ulioclts, ?imI llnplf I in (La pi na. ibo cllicorti at uw* unjc knowu I, it u<i?iiie*.i. a*<l UKji; t.ia putyle tka atutMHi baiu-o,' A h r>' I.i ?> it u iheir names ad Hoary IVdtkiuiH, IbotiiAr mi la, Jaaioa KuiUin, tlee. Tuppea, tie. l?i>, <r j?h iht iff, I >avid Clover, Albert Pool, Wi liiiin l?a win ??vml Cbarl. a Wr gbi. Tuti ailugod pra pi lotor of tbu pi* r, ii -iiia l u?. i.iy K'Mtgo, could uet be lot:ii , I.avH g iall litr K.i ibi but a abort timo ynvioaa. Ah b ?oa .?? mo |> in ula Kbown Utelr buHimMb tbara wwt na nlK.i t m :?> uu IU* part ef Bome of those leuad pi?yii'g In nt.J.? Ui.Mr .ecipd, bat tho p'nw being well guar.iwi, <aoy ? iu i'i .Mrated ia tlieir attempt, ^ha i.eeoont wae in n., oh a w.nr.uil i.-wui d by Juelici W on complain. oi inlio II l?yo, of No. 6 City Hall plaee, who eliteth.u l.o U-a (;4t in tlio oeubii.-i.'iniont at a guiuc oi ia? n lii i).i too ha* loni; been known to tfce l?luo, iii! I ?..'v in! alu mptB hivj Ihh)u ru.tde to break it up, but withouthuu on?. ibe Udy of Mr. Keuao, who waa n t tuiip'i of tUi Iioi.mi, wan for a time quite boyoa4 I0LH01, ii tw<uiiiiHg, iv'donily, bcr desire to put tha . I c m all nut ol 'In Iioub,-. '11m police, Lnwarar, n:on p t t nairti't r ca Uiia uinvoiaoat, and aba Uualy j ior'i'd to tiifir ??r.ffiis, 1'beex iilii.sli''i, b iore Justice Webih in the com af ibu gambl-tih. ro?uit id yesterday in the proprietors be in,. beiu to b ut ca. h iu tbu aum of $1,000 to ananrar. O'tb y lt'iwo.'nu (.tm W. Drown, of l>t Lisp-uird mreet, :iitd ll'OK. MftOaao and (fbarlt'H Willitum, of 4't8 Hrwad way, were the onlj j-T-on.. held. All the rcat (about a d *'? n) wire -?u ' baj'i(od. dr*K\>3> to 1 tjith.?A man, nannvl John Williaou, re oidiof. at No. W/ tlauwrm atioet, waa found by the poliee ou M.m i >v nflcriiooii, at hie residence, Uavuig starvod la deatb. A roue d iiiui wufi found his family, conaintiag ef Inn ttifo ui'd tlueo i bilureu, who woro aiinoat atarred to Ocatti. Hi -y ?'?? inof>eily r.ned far by Urn police, end the t'nreiior i oUi'i d to b<dd an inqueet upon thi deeaasad 'Dw'Ih c. k a i . : ' Kmkjc Hat.hht Pouoa OnosT.?Jos - lice It/ .inn.in otiti i of'isee I > reo jgDiae Ser^o.mt I >e^>? tad bUHqinu*. a? o^lseiB of ibe Kaaox Market Folico Court. The iii.if i ti no eMbetltuted itoputy ahertfJti for tbe r? frac'ory |a>ilc?aicn, -ia '. thud far the public bv Inuas kaa hiiIA i -i iiono by ilie ..biifiice of tho Metrupoliiana. Hew 1 Kg ihia quarrtl bntween the Police (XmimUtiiouora smA tl:.i ii . <;i tmtw i* to uuil m a diillcuit matter to deter nnO'V rriMinnl IulolliK?nr?> H.m. Jobn >?. Haif, oi Ni ? llajiprhir*, ifon. S. O. A? drewn, or lo<h i .o , (Jul*1 I>urf(!> , of StoninKtou, Goun.. and jmii R .i.-l-ibkeB,of N>utb Carolina, am stoppiag at Um Atdoi llw t" Ii run Iv.iij.m'1 II. ef Newburg; Rot. C. K. Knight, of LiMifao, 1. ii loindi, oi I oy,audlionry W. Koaler,arHt. l/.uu , an bt'd ul 'I"' Fifth Avuuuo Hotel A. W. 1'nUu. i, i'l 1 ?rk -lhville; P. F. I'arsona, of Oea DOGlii i t, f'raiic.u Hubbird and 0. P. Pctonton, of I'bUa i.. l| l.ia, hi . W. H. C'idU. ton, of Newinut, K. I., are atop pll>j> at UiO 1 a1 ai go Uotuto. .ii i f;i I:i?e nii'J Jmi i'S l.udingion, of Milwaukee; Jae. Vow ,0! N* w Ye k, H !?' Van I-ycke, of Oawego; T. K. Kar!?, i ' tVvri'vt? Ut i Mr. lalcolt, of Coiiiiccl.c^t, aro Btopi'icg at tin' Alt* iiiarlo Hotel. F. 1. liiv'w. ]? ? laiii'iv. <>f long Inland; Mm. Tron koy,of I . i i!:-j l. ai.i M Hoibcrt,of l'rovidonce, K. J. A. k! I'lllijgn, il N< ? tlainpahirc; Oil*or Miu holl, oc l.iiti i .. i:. V. aid aaii wito,of M -ulrcal, are aUp pinj at tli; 11 ion 1 w Hotel. Dob. N. A. UaK!i>in,ot Connecticut; ITir. J. iAngdeK^ of Klti.'ira, Ji.. >..> (jookl, A. McCiure aud J. II ^HuRipbrafr, oi AO'ajiy. J < VV'KHia and J. H. 'Hiomaa aud familya U Mai Liug l oo, art- aioppuig at the St. Nichols i Hotel. Gt-ii. Ihoi n, (4 A ini- ma; Itor. Thouub Heardoo, of P? ill ?>lv>!iii/i, Cai't. J I. l,'rlrbie,of California; F. Drow*, of (n?gon; 1. Imntuiiri, of f?nilh Carolina; lionjamia Bol lock,)! 1 li liu' [>Hiii, 11. Mixer, of Ch.irlofcUiu; A. Kmer w n, < r )i> sion, aini T x. !<iirtou, of Clovolaiid,aro etup p UK lit tho Mi'i: tip'.lrtui H.>t?L MAX.KM i<i> ItbaL CHTtTB. A I 1KB Hitt i'.P RAKOH IN TKXAH TO EXCIIANQI fi.i ,i htiK-V nf rieicl ludifn, with or withoai the (tare. >? or iar iciiiaih appiy to cr addrt'M T. A. HOWLaNI', S V llllun' Miocl. I lODKI UT V'IJ.\TS AND IMPROVED FaRMP. IN RTKBT \J h. rti r <f :h ? ii'i.niTT.?Kor aale, or to exclianKO fer city pit) ny, a ..nby l uimof .IU)acrrn. .-xli'DHTo improve. d '-uu mt ili.n.1 i i ooi ty, piloe |lft,()Uu; a tp'.rndiil Ktm of I..S af'i * in I uu-! f?H ivuni) ; one ot 114 at.r.ia, una of 8> net y, o-i. of (>;? hi fr, f.il on" ol W acre* In WN-iUihedier aae k??k ui.ll couiilieK ?od in New Jeraey; *)?t JM) other Kama ioriA.li, rrlu'>.ft m ii,??0 la ft.i0,000, and rjui lee te aae bui'ditfi .m i? (ioi . v- > o 1/ and ur?r railroad, /or parMeu lm? ni i'iy it. A. Khl.t;KA>T, 11. Wall ktre*>. Ji\Ah?'b OK HI'I'l molt QUALITT AND ROMB CIIBAF ' oii'a near Hi.- city, ler ?ale l.?w anil exehiR* forottf [7ropeity and good bu-maat, vailouh a.z< a and 'l UtllUeii. bero ial litif, Voi.ntr/ .->eal oa lite liudnon and Mime city lola. bOl. I U *? H.K A WOOD, Ni Nandau #treat. Ij^ABM OK PLANTATION WANTED?IN KXOHANO* r lor a Hell eklabllidied twh buatneita, or Improved or ua impiwii.. |ic|K.iiy n uiIk e.iy, oi In Wentcheeler county, wilt.in twelve nil rw hi ti.a c.ly, aald Karra inu t be worta I iimi V> UU to *l'J,ieO, lu-a. cburc':.e> and aclioola. In a heallby location, wilb *i ni<- impioten.enfn, good aoll, weil watered and in i.<K>d ordri :oraini near d.-poi, steamboat landing, or o.arWlt; .^ourlierti -<r .loutbHeaietn Xatei. preie.red. Ad cliee , Ki.ti nart.oinai^ unrt pn<? per arcre, wh oh musl ba c?, VI. 0 , buii No. i. Uciaid ouioe. L'Am ffAMtl), IN OKANliK OR DUTCBE-1S OO0N f tv ? ?? .ii.-'^, ? Karl. nf aboui W aerea, In either of the above roitiilira; nnm bare * <>d nouae, barnt, 4r, and aat be ovpr two oi ihn a mllei Irani denjt Addreaa I'artn. box No. iVj tleiaid oil ca. PtR 8AUI. IIOI'HB AND UlT CORNER OF TFIIRTT I it.n'h ?< <i-ri atid K-vri lb avi-nue, fouratnnea, bigb *iao|L J 0 I1 Bil l (. tiant, ID g KKi ordK, alii be aold low. Inquire on i ho jireirilrra LMiH bAl I -A KAltM NKaK NKW HKDNHWICK, CO* I lali iij u> an ia. ..buaii.une offruil and ??od araiar; owe Juia luiii i aim oi.tojlld.ngk In excellent condiUon. la quiie ot ii AKbhMJl'.KOll. uliH A CO., irl Wall xireet. rv i. ?al* oh kxoii akoi: n>R a farm in new r je.aoi oi l?r> >.oi?<U blj-T?o bmwn atone Ha.iaoala ?mOi I'-iin rl?n tli br>?k niftier* la itauih llrooklye, twe *:? if htx.tb l ivik yn nMM aer? ? arm le Wtanooaia, IM ? to. il. i Unlw I'aJ'.iji*, '"v. U li.u up uihd, New forkj tw t^AH otsar I'ai' iwi 'i.-pul W. fi, IIIiiiWa, m William alreet, rooia tL 0 Ef AND 1.01 TOR AAl-R ?TWO TIIRRB STO?T f> brieli li.?i>-e?, allk rtlorra. on fourth avenue, near lhlrly e.<. ? d m.rei, one :t au>ry II in-e. with atore, oa .Mk ii ei ill kuivt, i.mi kiMlil^ avei.U ', piloe g4.U>l, two J t orj iiim lawetii' in (; ii??>a v.Hit t-'tblra oa tear, lot IU). on Weet 1 ? . i. , ?. v .. t. i.iio< i i' i. I .,.'>??>?*. n. 11 . 'ii "o.fi Alao a aan.i . r of iiriiaot i-eaideiid-a. pinea tr.iMj, ?.i,jim. gi'iaaa ?n.ti up lo t.A.,iAM I oi parttoelara apply to A HttKUBAMf^ it V ail at'net. d'HO HUMfi TO UXIIUANOK OR RBLL?ONR NBAS I Mau l.nti, CU, of .10 aorea, liiiuae. Hloraa. Hb.w Mlief^ i ai in- and |,o?.d I mil, p. io? ^kD The otbei near Plaia 1'1-ld. N .1,, ul utacivr, liouae, llarn. Ac.; pnee $.t,UM, lialf a n o Oo '.etl on mm if need d. Ad-lrea* Jaa. Ksjroa, lit raid ofl.oe. rro Kxrii amjr- . Kirrr acke far*, with tw? 1 lion, ca ai.d i.lore, ij. lud n? lartmng i.ulit, atiok, Ao., oa Li'DK lala id, in a village ptlne tl.UUil? iar property near tbta ell), oi *? ?i)d t.aue of u roape<.table buauieaa. Apply at No. haio.a) atrern. ValyTABLK RBAl. P-nrATR AT A EAROAIN.?99 den. br.wa av ua i>?eUing, Na M Weal Twmilj eubBb <lr?"., ?ate Idvik fi- m llr.Mtlaa/, three atory and hlgb atoee j.iimi.1 Jiit'rf I.I...I li) iiHri't. UH >1) nj UM feat Taa liilituol the t.ul' o .a. m<>a..y ..an rutt ng duiImi for >?? j" ai? I ait. aeirru.itt d u> aril It; It la aa valuablea?any oMt i..if.?"iji tod iP'-r ?<n.g >e vaJnA Apply to H. T. OMBk ?lK.lt, Tb itbllaiii ?Ir.^-t. A'ANTKD-A PAUtf, ON THI? N'lKTH HIDE OF I.OIIR t-lanil, "I fit in raj t<i ldbarr??. h th a water fp'Ok in exoi aae< .??r oo/ p i?,aviy. ar wl.l b? l^tuubt for a liberd price. Ad4r<Hw I' .1ani"?, till 171 llerald oQtoa, alatlag larma and locality. WANTKIi IU rtiKCUAHR -A HMAI.L IIOITflR IB A gtavi m iKhburlMKHl on t!ie went tide, between Bread *ajr ami Nevaaib avert.ie. say $A,nM to SbKUJU. or would par cl two n iI?k. ao < so.a . piaoe in Bnatkly.i withgno l yar L ? I'ib.e Ao v in My a par i la ?ioe* that will pay id te it per orlit. ?in! ca h. .Vdiirf^a boi 1,140 I'okt aftirf 1 WW \ l" 1 N ; ' A PLHealN IUN THIS AMO0BT 'A/vtl lexeelef in iae pniebaaa of ge 4 real utata pio(> ti/ at panai p.l<ra vddraaa C t>. O , IIarald eOon. C'U'.tlAN I I A 111 IAN ItONNK i S AM) URADItlUMMM ?? A I I <>l > -MUlltiil Flouar.<a and I'.n II !><?<? ra t.mi?. l?y ihr boi <>r hu>.. h. ai wfcolnaaia prlcaa. alun a larti ? *~.rtlP'?ii of (??.*?? a. d M'Minuu* HoiutaU. *1 7* Irwi wmf, htm m twill mrr?t MAI IJtllAM. Hti'rtun *i?ks iAii.iii}?r>-run ai.bant and iwif, owm<?iuk( ?ruk uuii North ud?Mi Train h?r?? n<M ch>?mu ttiun ttum thiutt niurr i 7 >bd II A. ?., mat 7 * A. M . Tra) irl Altxar (mailt, at $ r m. ??r m - Iroj and AlMtnj <?i<* altar W 16 p. H. (Auoday* la ii.? nan. ? ?6 T N clad-dl. l'o?|ibki ri>tr irala, I W I. M.UM >1.44 1 M # A. M., 1140 and 4 25 T JL rawftfklll train, ? ;?> P ?l. ? M p M Mag Miif train. SXUaadtJft M ]um4l?P . * Ta<ty>v?a Ira.n. ? ?tt ?' * 7 H> >. *. A. P. MMITH. --|- rr1niilnd; in TOM, HARiJUt AhU ALAAfT RaUJK>aA? a>< ?4h tha N<? i4*rti rtallra d, larMarafc**. lokal r taMntmr*. n.Miar ? PoIbl UftMaMf and Ko? ??^V>"I'| MaMar. Ihwr^H ISTMCTralna will l.*??!*rv Tart u <.>IUiw. for Alhaaak 7 A. M tad 4rO? ? , aipr?a> traia fr>?m Trroa ram o3 (111 iun r. r Altian* 7:*' a N and 1.-46 r M da iSX ?4.4mA D? Hi A N , ?1(T? Oiali Iran., irow, iVyaa'm*. !>?., H.mi a m , ?fc>. da wu. at, i prataa r?i.> 4 p | ? . WmiM a? all atM<i?a Aa. Vark.UU. t6^h It Vail W b||e H:IS A M. iJlitnoll' N., Mopi)(ik| i( |(|^ item*, M?4 4*r?>t. *W Mam*, ?H P U 1 ? ?ill ill 't"T'w|i'i"n,hnd5Tna. , , r ?? *"'jJ ' '^5 "2r m ?' * ""Hz !<> A * iS I ?? M ?vtptAng V** '*<*?** " aair.^'W***"*^Tv11*

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