Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 1, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 1, 1861 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HKRALJ). WnOLE NO. 8939. MORNING EDITION-FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1801. IMUCE TWO CENTS. IMPORTANT FROM WASHIN8T0N. lie Action of the Senate on the Peace Congress Adjustment. Passage of the Cerwin Constitutional Amendment in the House. THE REPUBLICAN PEACE PROPOSITION The Cabiuet of the New Ad minisfratioii. L?ve? of and Serenade to tbe President Elect. Important Speeches of Mr. Lincoln, Mr. Corwin and Mr. Hamlin. Cowrt Martial Upon Captain Fope, of the Army, THE OUTGOING ADMINISTRATION. TOE PASSAGE OF THE AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION IN THE HOOSE. Washington, Feb. 28,1861. A very rich seen? occnrrod In the IIoubo to-day, on the neeasion of the adoption, by a two-thirds vote, of one of tbe propositions reported by Mr. Cor win, which forever prohibits guy interference, by constitutional amend a>?nt,or by Congressional action, with slavery in the States where it originally existed under the constitution. The announcement of the vote?one hundred and thirty three yeas to sixty-five nays?produced tremendous applause on tho Boor and In the galleries. All the radical republicans voted against it, and tome moderate republi cans did the eamo thing, who view the proposition as enly an endorsement of one of the planks in the Chicago j piutfarm, and would have voted for it but for the taot that the representatives of tho Southern States would not agree to come half way, and declare that they would unite with tho Northern States in tho enforcement ef the constitution and laws if It passed. The Southern BK Biberfl in the committee refused to vote for it, but In la the Houso they did vote for It. Mr. Adams ts author mt tic proposition. The passago by a two-thirds vote of the House of Mm propone*! amendment to the constitution, inspires every one with hopo of a final and satisfac tory adjustment. Members who wero hopelessly despondent heretofore arc In high spirits now, for they see in this a sifting of the republican party of Its aboli tion element, and the formation of a strong Union na tional party. The sixty-live out of the nearly two hun dred who vot-?d on the question are now regarded In h^h quarters as the debris of republicanism, and entirely out ?T tho ring so far ws Presidential favor is concorned. That tho movement to-day is favorably entertained by j Mr. lincoln r have strong personal aatnranoe. His in aeghral will take no step backward of It. Senators Seward, Wilkinson, ("handler, Wade, Colla 1 Mr, King, DUou, Toster, Simmon*, Anthony, Cameron, Ten Kycfc, Thomson. aiul all tho democratic Senators, , will vote for the Coi a in amendment, and it will be car- , rted by a two thirds vote. Tbo feeling to-night among responsible circles fortifies the statement m <!<? above, Uiat tho (Senate will endorse the resolution passed by the House to il.ty looking toward in adjustment. Ibe adoption of Mr. Oarwin's propositions by the requi site two-thirds vote must bo ascribed to the knowkxlgo ef certain members in what direction the wind blows in administration circle. Having friends to provKlo for they havo no desire to swim against the executive cur rent. THE PEACE CONGRESS ADJUSTMENT. | Waramovn*, Feb. 29,15C1. Tho programme of the Peace (ingress is almost hopelessly tost. Tho select commilttce of tho Senate re ported to day, but Mr. Hale, on behalf of the republican Senators, condescended to interpose the rules, ud pre vented the reading of ihe resolutions. A second time to-day a single objection prevented the action of the Senate, and Mr. llale was quite willing to be the Iontru ?entof his party. When the resolutions come up to-morrow they can only teeeire a second reading, and then a single objection will pat them over till Saturday. Under tho rule Mr. Diglor Introduced a resolution tto Mspen<l this rule, so far as relates to resolutions and bills providing Tor the amendment to the constitution. Unless Mr. Bigler's resolution prevails, dual action will bo im possible. Mnch indignation Is manifested at the f^ctloua oww*e ef the republican Senators. All Is confusion and gloom. Nothing & in sa\ e the country but to take the some of the people to instruct the next Congress, as provided by Mr. Blgler. Mr. Seward i>roi>oses a Convention of the Slates, but everybody knows Congress has no control of that ?abject, and could only express opinion of Congress for the benefit of the people. Mr. Blgler, on tbo other liand, proposes to take tho opinion of tho peopln for the bonetit at Congress, which is far more sensible. TOE RBPUBLICAN PROPOSITION IN THE PEACE CONGRESS. W.tSHDfCTO*, Feb. 2*, ISM. Id the limine to n iirrow the proposition of tno Peace Ctugr. - <? will be referred, on motion of Mr. Oorwin, to a selectcomivitt?e of xrven, with Instructions to report tli When this reference is made, tho following, known ts the " Republican proposition in tho Peace Can gr*m>," offered by Mr. Tuck, of N>w Hampshire. wlU bo | ?Stored, and referred to tho saiuo rommltws : ? to ntr: rnortl ok Tim nrrcw ktatss. On the 4th day of February, *wi, in compliance with the invitation of the St ite of Virginia, Commission. +n <>' j thnt State met in Convention, in the city of Wash- | 2ton. time lo tin e Couiitimh loners from er Btat<* appeared, appointed, a=) were t.hos< tilj-l appeared, some by the l,egifiaturoH and by tbo tiovernors ol ttieir respective States, until, | e 23d mt , twenty jnoPtatos woro then repri nt Tho Oonvenilon thus ? unstltut>*l claims no authority r th? c.iifiiimlon and iMfs, but. deeply Impressed a sense at exMtlB dwseusionr- and daug?r*, pro ?d to a careful consideration of them and their ap apropriato r"tiv dti S, and having brou rht their del,|>er>. ? Mens to a clone, new submit the result to the judgment of their fellow clti/cns. We r.>co>rni*e ?r d deplore the divisions uid dlftrvt|..ns i shioh new adltct otir oountry, Uiuyrnpt Its pr ? i>erity. tMtiifh It* pence :uid ondanter the I'nioe .if tie-?*tau*' but werepol tl>e w nclusion that any alienations and (Ussdi -:ons exist which an irreefM'dlnblo, which JiiFt'fy attempts at revolnti in, or which the isari<%sni and fraternal seniinvns ot the people and th< Inter ^ts and henor of the whole nation, will not overcome. In a uaintry embracing the central and most Imp wtnnt portion of a continent, among a p>?plo now numbering over thirty millions. diversity* of opinion Inevitably oxlst, and ri valrins, luteiisill. d at timen by local lnti refits and see Uonnl atiaehmorit?. must often ocetlf; yet ?o do n?* doubt that the theory of onr goveminent is the best ?rhk-!i is possible far this nation, that the I nion <?(' the Htat<-s Is of Tltal importanco. and thM the imnstltntina, wbleh exnre?se? tho combined w>d<itn of Uie illustrious founders of tho government, is dill tho palladium of ? ir i hurtles, ad"??at* to every emorgew t.i istiy entitled ) the support of every good citi/.on. II embraces, tn Its mi istonTand spirit, all iho defence and protection which fy section of the country can rightfully Minand, or Voorably ivinc<de. Adopted with primary roferorfe to iv wants of five milHons of people, but w'tb th<' wises' reference to future expansion and teveloprmoat, it lias carried n* onward with a rapid incroaso of noinborr', an aocumniation of wealtli, and a oi happiness uid f<?ieral prosperity i< rer ntUined hy uny otnsr nation. Whatever branch of Induut-y, or whatever staple pm iluctton shall become, In tie possible cbrn fen el tl?, fi, turn the letuflng Inter.?t of tiie e?,,ntry thereby oroat toff nv.for" i mplications, or new coniyrts of ojitn a0 the constttutK? Of the I nitert States, pro perly^ under"*c>d and fairly enforced h, ^ IT '*y *rr exlKcney, a nhiold and defence to *U In cvsry time ef need. T, however, by rwwm J . rhanre in cire inistcn' OS, or for any cause, a portion " the ts?ple be eve they might to havo thctr rights Mnrasx act! v delmed or awreftlBy explained In the con ^JSoti'W, It IS their duty, la accordant w'thltsprmi- , riows, to seek i rerady by w?y of amendment lo that instrument; nod it U tb-> duty of ill ttw Staua lo ooocar a> socb amendments us ua> be found necessary to inn ore, vt|UJki and exact justice to ail. ? Id order, tbsrefore, 10 amorce to the ooantry toe sentiments of this fimv?uii?n, respe-ting not only the remedy which should lie sought for exiajiag dweoatniita, but aUo to oumniunkiaU) to the public watt w tMitevo to be the patriotic Hcnumcut ui the oountry, Coadopt tbe following rrMlutiow ? 1 Rerolved. That '*"?< Convention recof niae tbe woll understood proposition. that Ui?i constitution of tbo , l-niud Slates gives uo power to ''on.,;i vm, or any brancb j of tbe federal government, to interfere in any manner with slavery in any of the Wito?; and weareoMurnd, by abundant testimony, that ueitber of tbe great publi cal organizations era-tin* m t&o < ountry coa templates a violation of tho spirit of the coanit'ition In tbw regard, or tbe |irocnrin? of any amendment tb* reof, by which Congress er any depai Uu. nt of the henoral government, Kha.ll evur have jurisdiction over cUvory iu any of tbo Stat**. 2 Kesoived that tbe constitution was ordained and established as se'. torlh In the preamble, by tbe people oi Lbe United State*, in ord*r to form a more P"fiect Pnion eKtAbl^h justice, insure domestic Iran aui'Hty, provl'ie tor the common defence, promote tbe geueial welfare. and beeure tbe blessings of liberty U tft. in* Ives and their posterity; :u.d when the peoplo of any State .ire not In tbe full enjoyment of all tbo ben? btH intended to be secured to th>-m by the constitution, er tbeir rights under it are disregarded, tbeir U'aaqutlii ty disturb* d, their pr. sperity rrtaxdod, er tbeir liberty imperiled, by the people tf any other State, l'all and adequate redrew can and on-lit to be provided for auob grievances. 3 Resolved. That the constitution of tbe United Stater, and tbo net* of Congress in putmaooo thereof are tbe supreme law of the land, U> which every citl/on owes fr.ithftil obedienoe, and it is, tbore foie, respectfully recommended to the lisgislaturo* ef the several States to consider impartially whatever complaint* may be made of acts m inconsistent therewith by sister States or their citizens, and carefully rovfce their statues, in view or such complaints, and to repeal whatever previsions may bo found to bo m contra vention of thnt supreme law. 4 U>'solved, That this Convention recommend to the legislature# of the several States of the Union, to follow tbe example of the lyegtslaturea of tbo Statas "f Kentucky and of Illinois in applying to Congress to call a conven tion tor the proposing of amendment* U> tbo constitution of the United States, pursuant to the fifth article thereof. THE NKW YORK COMMISSIONERS I? THE PEACE CONFERENCE. Wahklvcton , Feb. 28,1901. Tito course of the New York Commissioners la the Peace Conference has not given tlie utmost cotisfactiuu. In fact, they hare rather brought discrodit upon the State than otherwise. Mr. Davkl Dudley Fiekl, chairman and iiirtuentUl man of the delegation, had done all he could to stirtbn their backbone axainst making any concessions to tho South, while John A. King and WilliamCurtiB Xoym, true to their abolition instincts, bave labored in every possible manner to irritate the border BtaUu by likewise refusal# concisions to them. O* Wednesday, however, when the question came to a final vote, Mr. David Dudley Field was not on hand. Many of the radicals havo consequently felt deposed to censure him for bucking down from his allegiance. It appears, however, that at a regular mooting of the dele gation it was agreed by a majority that tho State should vote "no ' as a unit ou each of tho propositions. Mr. John A. King was elected chairman pro Urn. of this meeting, while Mr. Field went oil to the Supremo Court to attend a case in which he was then engaged. When thoqucetiou came up yestcrilay for decision, In stead of voting "no," as had boea arranged by Mr. Ftold, Mr. King got Curried and endeavored to explain his po sition, which, by the way, the Convention had nothing to do with; and in doing thin ho upset the whole of Field's fat in tho lire, and when tho vote wad Uken the proposition was carried. .11 Mr. Field ho?l only been on luu,d tho I'oaee G. infer ence would undoubtedly he to day whi'ro they were on Tuivsday. Those. therefore, who now gk.rify o\ er the success of the I*eaoo (>>n'.'creuce, will do well to pro sunt a servlco of plato to tho learned gentloimui's client, who carried him oU to the (supreme i oart, when the lire became hottest, to try his case. OH ItT MARTIAL UPON CAPT. POPS OF THB ARMY. WiNDiVHW, Fob. 28,1861. While traitor* are turning up daily all over tho coun try , and are either treated with the highest diplomatc consideration by the head;- of the several departments, or or'- not ho much as 'invited" to appoar before a gotio rai .our; martial, it novvat e\ .iinnry tliat luch a pro ceeding a* 1 am al liberty to announce should have evor <ntunat>?l, all the surrounding < rcumstances considered. It w well known UiatCapl. John l'ope, of the Cwps of To |K>grai>hicil 1-nghv of the United State- Army, ?.jj invited with others to accompany Mr. lancoln rr??m Sivinglield to Washington. This was not only intended as a complimont to the p> raonal worth of Cap tain l'ope, but t was in port growing out of tho fact that the fathor of Captain l'.qie wan a personal frinnd of Mr. I.lncoln's for many yearu Thin morning Copt-iln l'ope received a communication troui Adjutant General ?>*>per, totumanding him, by oruer of the .-Secretary of JVar, to proceed at once to Kswport ftirncks, Kentucky, to ap pear before a general Court Martial, which lias bcon or der. ..i to ooiin cno ttiore on the 4th of March. The charge# a* alii, t the Captu.c are for "usia^ oonumptuous and dls wpnctful word agaiiirt the I*resident of the I'nited tJtutss." Th> i.rst up.*-location is that Captain i'opo did, nt Cincinnati, l?hlc>, on the 9th day of February, 1*441, in an address to a litorary club in that city, use tho foi* lowing language:? It ic impossible to control th? uwtimt-ihment and Indig nation which every American must feel when he consi ders in what a position t few lootitlia of tho Administra tion of a bad or a weak liavo pU"ed this great and prt^j^ous oouutry. If w e ovorooroe this danger It will at l-?i?t nerve us a wming, and a most impressive an?, to tin im> rloan peep1.", to ho careful fur the future to the selection ot a Chief Magistrate, The eeoend ? peciUcution reiterates tho awe language, ar.J ehargus that tt wa published In the Ch-cinnati Oa u% - on the 13th ln?t. M?jor JoIjd F. Ije? is to be.'ii'Ige Advocate, and, sltvpi lar to say, Captain (loo. W. Hax/ar 1, U. 8. A., who was also one of Mr. 1 jieola's m:ite, and Is now h<Te, has been ordered to proceed to \i-wjort, Ky., as a member of the Court. Cue or tbe extraordinary facts oonneeted with this is, that thoso two (rentlemen should be ordered to ionvo their present position, to which they have been Invited by the President elect, and to ongnge in the peculiar b. ?ines:- alluded to, on the very day that Mr. l.lndcln m to be inaugurated. If (hptain l'ope said whit la charged against him, bo only exprossod an opinion ar an Am?riean citizen, whtrh right a man is not. or ought not to be deprived of o> this ix/intry by the foot that he Is an ofl.oer of the American army. Tho Secretary of War is aevtroly censured for pursuing th.foourse against Citi>ktin l'ope, but many believe that Mr. Holt will tn time relieve lilmsolf of the rc*i>onsiblllty tit ktic* un act. Tlio a flair is creating qulto a bree?<. MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. WASiajK.reiw, Feb. 28,1WI. ?m?-. Mi Kiisn ov kh-'.ih l. wHtm i* rwnui amsiW'A. The government have received full particulars frrnn Maiist.T inmltry tn relation to tho circMtnstanci? attend ing tlie il"?th of Joseph I. Whito, The a-wau'.t of Gavott, who shot While, appenr" to have lieen wholly unpro voked. Cavelt w s to bo tried before ?he tribrfnal-i of the "Kiuntry, and the American Minister express.*! hi* In tention of being pre.*int for the purpose of soeiog that the law ? were duly executed and justice done. oe rus rjfine ?v* At.N. v Tlie Navy lv>|Kirtment have reselved volural- I nous diH^iatches from Flag O'Bcer Mon:gom?ry, 'latwl PiDMDa, February 13, giving details o the movements of tho squadron unler his com mand. Notwithstaudlng there was a r ovulation en throughout nearly all of the Mates of .Vow Gra nada. Affatrt at l'anama woro quiet. Tls> health of tho ollicors and erew was good. In relation to the missing ship levant, the Commodore communicate* some additional intelligence. Tbe Sara, sent in search of tho levant, had returned to the coast of South America w.tbout haiwlng anything of h?r. He dees not relinquish hifl hopes of hearing frisn h??r. Tlie Wyoming, also sent in search, hod inHrvctletr to proceed to the Rnndw leh I-lnnds, for tho jsirpese of ascertaining when she left tliore. Until the Wyoming is heard from, thoro Is some hope for her wrfctv. \boiit the time she left the Man Is. the Co?nm>H|nre rnya there w a violent hurrf < ann occurred in tbe region of oeean in which she had to p-"^ on her wuy to Panama, in which an ttiglish line of battle ship bad her sails blown fiom her yirdf. rtis sswu.rno* iw not.rru. Ry offleial dospatches reeslved from la ?aj!t d*ted January 16, It appears that the rerolntion which to* ptees m thai eitj, by which Um administrate of lAuw aa President of Um republic of Bolivia was ' tvwUrowi, ?ai d'H rtleiM with Um teas of Wo naua in Sou ill Ahmtmad changes of govern ment. Th't movement was made by a ?oastina tion in U>o Cabinet, all the Hinatim of BUM baring Joined In it. n?? President took refuge in Um Befcian Consulate. The executive power of Um government it kt the Council of Ministers. Congress is to be lmuMdiaiety oouvoked, and a decree of general amnesty published. Although this revolution baa been a peaceable one, ye'. It ; it generally believed that Um country will be In a stile , of civil war, aa Um liel<u party will certainly bring for- ; ward and sustain his re elec&on to Um Prowidtncj, and ; there are several oUmt pretenders whoso friends will not i permit the occasion to pass without an effort ta came , in for tbe advantages usually resulting from Nwith American ahanget of government. Tho now government ia decidedly in l'avor of cultivating frica<Uy rcUttous witli tbe United Stabs. The Select Oommltiso of Vive ou tbo President's special j " have made a report ou the general subject refer rod to tliom. Tbcy therein urguo tbe doctrine of a* ctesion, and assert tho duty of central Uing tbe powers of iho government to enforce Um law a over every part oj the I nion, with the aid of Um military, should tbe e;vi authorities prove innfficient for tho purpose, fee. John Cochrane and Mr. nransb rtunoDt from tbe majori ty'B doctrines and conclusions, and have liberty to Ql<- a statement of their views, j Tbe public business in Congress is in a greater stale of forwardness than heretofore toward Um close of the ses sion. Several of tbe general Appropriation bills only-are pending on the disagreeing amendments between tbe two branches. Tbo President has ujiproved the bill establishing a Territorial government for Colorado, including Pike's Peak. 11m b.ll is altogether gileal 011 the fribjoct of sla very. Senator Chittenden had an interview with Mr. Ui?rotn to-day- Several republican Senators, and a Tew delega tions from New York and other Slates, representing va rious interosta, also had an interview w ith him. Tlie Senate was a short time In Kxocutive session to day, and confirmed the nomination of A. W. Husttell, of the District oi Columbia, as Paymaster In tho Navy. In couseriuence of tloneral Twiggs' lato conduct in Texas, bis name la to be stricken from the army. Tbe Bolect committee on the alleged abstraction of books from tbe Congressional Library by {members of Congress have made a report, and they regard tbe entire charge groundless, and characterise it as a fair specimen of the many sensation special despatches sent from Wash ington. They say the remedy for the evil is not with the Bouse, but with newspaper proprietors in tbe more cautious selection of correspondents. The Postmaster General was this morning advised by telegraph from Fort Smith that the overland mail was stopped by Indians, not by Trams, as bas been reportod. Tbe Postmaster at Madison, Florida, Is using domestic manufactured postage stamps contrary to tew. The de partment bas been furnished with a specimen. A salute of one hundred guns was fired at noon to-day, by I'nited States batteries hero, in honor of tbe pacltlea ticn agreed on and recommended to Congress yetstenlay by the Peace Conference. IMPORTANT PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS, j THIHTY-llITti CORttRBM. ?ICONS SESSION. ScMte. Wamiiingtoh, Fob. 2S, 1S61. Mr. Kc?., (rep.) of V. Y., presented a number ot' peti tion-', signed by Kevoral thousand person)', in favor of tho constitution as It is and tbe povci mnent an?l cKforccment of the lawn. Mr. Fcwtkh, (rep.) of Conn., presented tWteral petition* in favor of tbe Ik>rdc? State resolutions. TUB ORI??>N WAR PKMT WU. Mr. I .ant, (opp.) of Oregon, reported frora tho Com mittee of Conference on tho Oregon M ar Debt btl! tbit the Fenato ugree to tb? limse umondm -at with an amend ment making the amount paid two millions four hundred thousand dollar-*, and allowing the Auditor to recelvo ad dltioool evidence in ropard to -wppiMS furn.r-hod, Ac.,and that tb< Sectetary of th Treasnry is authorized to [my the claimrjiW in th-! bonds of the I'm tod .States. liopon agreed to tiik wwrr "V'KHir'iinn'j/Tny nrrr Was tntcm up, the amendments of tho < 'ommitt<<e u 1 '.nance betnt; under consider aitoD. ?mr kki-ort or tiik nucr onywr^iojnots. By eotiaent, Mr. CBimcsinw, from ibe select Committee oo Hie ^.r?i|minition adopted hy tbe I'eaco Convention, ot' red a report reoomnirodmg the adoption of that pro position Mr Hkw Ann, (rep.) of N. V., said tho Senator from Wi nds (Mr. Trumbull) and himself formed ar.unority on that committee, and wlnhod to mbruit a substitute as a minor ity report, but tho majority held thai was not oompotent: so be nuked leave to submit a.joint resolution in his own name, in which the Senator from Illinois concurs. Wherem, the 1 .egf<*Jatu>*es of Kentucky, and Ne.v Jerw y liave apc'led to t'ongreia to '?all a eenrenti<>B for/fo poalng iimwndnn nt* to 'he ronntttiitton; therefore, Re?olved. I hat the other Mate* be Inviied to take the sub ject Into conslderat Ion, mid eipres* their will on tbe aubject to Cotutre"*, in puraunnce oi tho fifth article of the const. I tutlon. Mr. I1ai.v, (rep.) ot N. >1., objected to tho oonsMora tloo of tbe report to day. Mr. Pooixmj!, (rep.) of Wis., said it w?.? a mistake tliat Wiseousin liad f-enl delegates to the Convention. lie bad a proviso, which, at a proper tune, bo should oiler to tho tlrst section oi tbe amendment pn?|>o?ed by the Usi tent ion, a? follows? Pi-nvlded, That thLh sertlon ihtJI take effei-t os th*1 rtprr** <x>nditlon tliat no Utate, oraoy part thereof. heretofore, ad nutted. oi her>iailcr to be admltu-d. should hare power to withdraw from the jurisdiction of the United htafe*; and that tbe eor>i<titiilton be tl?.? aopreme 1?>. ot the laud, unj tiling eontemed In any constitution er ,, -dln.iDce of any Htate or Legislature to th" contrary n'>twi'h?tJUiJing. The report and amendments niid joint rosofution were . orilerod to be printed and laid over. rim sk* wchtiih >nos ncmxxA. Mr. Ihmm 11 prestnted tlie (MMkUla of n-v.ry S. ; Lano. Senator elect from the State of Indiana. AO TI TA.NCK Of lllK lUKSinrNT AW VI'T. lUKKIPRVr VJCT. Mr. TRf*Mtij. also made a report from the Ooramittee | to wait on tho JTesident and VIcc President, to inform i them of Uteir election. He said tho committor ivtd per j formed the duty. The lYnsidont said?"With d?*p Sratitude to my country men for their mark of ran dence, and with great distrust of my ability U l?erforin the duty, even In favorable cirrtimstiuicos, now rendered doubly difficult by the eibUnr DAtional p> ril, but with n llrm reliance on tbo stron^tli of our free government, and the altlirutle loya||v of tiie * people to the just principles upon whl< h It was rounded, and above all, with an unsliakcn faith in tbe Hupreme Kuk r of nations, I ar< ept this trust, and Khali be pl.asod to .- igbliy my aco ptancc to the reapoctlvo bouwv of Con gress. " Tho VicrO'reiiidHtit said:?"Hoase eon Trioleate to the bouses of Congress my areepttnoe of tlie trust oonfldeil to me by a generous p"oplc, and whllo tho position was neither sought nor desired, I am truly grateful for tbe conildtn< e re|x?cd In me. and de?^>ly snnsihle <if tho obli gation imposed. It sliall ho my ??rnest effort to sln char to the duty in n manner which wlU yubserve t? ?he tntorost of th?- * hole country." TIIK <ilfKUND SAP . Mr. Wn.?9?, (rep ) of Mas*., ollterod an amwlmert to the Post Office bill, changing the BtslU'rfteld route snd providing for a mail tiy tbe contral route to California, and pon> oxprccs, Ac., 'or elcvon hundred and fifty thou sand doU.w Thij was dtwcti-->ed at some length. tint RKf"Rr ox tbk r?.vfT iowmwj Awr?rwKVT. <>ne o'clock having arrived, a dlncusslon aro-o what bar the ro|?>rt of tho soiect mmuitttoo was tn order. Ms-srx. IIaik, (rep.) of N. II., and FwwMt'iw, (ro>.) of Me., argued that It wns not, a- on objection against it would e-trry ft over. Mr. OHitTrmici, (opp.) of Ky., rei?llsd to Mr. Kessen den, aa> ing the Senator ha I no right to characterize any thing he Mild as presumption. Mr. VKWKNinc*?I did not pay any such thing, sir. Mr. < Vrrnrvnt'*?Vou did, sir, if 1 understand. Mr. Fi>?m-.Dtis?Woll, sir, 1 say I did not. Hut the Ro natpr can toko it as he pleases. Ill on Mr. Crittenden turned to Mr. Ko- eislen'i desk, and biM'k to the C'ltair going clone to Mr. he-?ten4sr\ but tb< coin ? rs?ti<Mi t>ot?coa them \\.?s Inaudible ia lh* gvl hiry The Chait. caJlod tlio Senators to ordor. The reso'iitlonfl wero then taken up hy tho fWlowing \*Otc:? Tsas- MeM?rs, B\k'>r, Bayard, Blglsr. Bragg, Bright, ''lint man. ('rtM'-ndon, Dixon, Dougl.-u, Flioh, tlwln, HnnW'r, Johnson of A?k , Jolnson of Ttnn., Krnni-dy, I*ne. Masor, Hlckolrm, I'earee, I'ofk, 1'owoll, Push, ftlje, .lebaxtun, Tbotnson, Wlsfall?9t S<vs? Ms?nrs. Anthony, Blnuham, Chandler, Olark, Colls nier, l)oo!lttl?, Dnrk?e, F -ox-nd^n, Pool, Kontsr, Urtm ?*, Male, Harlan, King, Worrell, Neward, ?nomons, fltuaner, Ten Kyck, Trumbnll, Wads, Wllkinwm, wllsna?33. Mr. flAtjt ob|oct?d to the roport going to its tei-ond reading, an l after furiher dlsooMlon tho report and roso kit ion n were la,! over, and made tho sps<;isl order for to morrow at half pint twjlvo o'olook. TTft 'OST on1-* .?em<?e*t*T?'Vit StU. TTm a ?'imto resomod tho ?xMWt lsratl'm of ths Post Office bill. Mr. l.M-s.**, (opj).) o?< il., spoks !:^f,iror >f Mr. Wil son's .uiioboaobt for a daily mAil, .to. I"he smnsspm was ennVmed at some learrth. an.1 Mr. IV'Isod'i am ndme it was adopted ?ysas VI, rmys 19. Mr Iwtv, 'opp.) 'tf fh' , mi7?d rsinis tn-i amsnt <jf payment to ons million do!lars Debated at #<Tnie and agroed t?--y'?8 *>, nays U. Mr. Itnnwr mov^d an eiwwtlye sssslon. Omrted?jmm 25, iajB . ^ ? Purr (irnm 01.1* ^ ??>??? *?? Mr. 0*H'i uaudatui was igTMl to. _ ^ ?,u ?? im?udm< nt Hut Uie FojlnnatW ' m* E EEk,to "fl*? ?5T? l?" 18 *?*???'?? to the Hub ton Poet Odtoo Tbe amendment was agreed to. '?"?"deration tho bill vu p-issed. n ^ 1th? dtetrlb<""? ot bookn.lleportsof ', ? WM ,;P PUMi ww' Va bUi ''opting public land In iad^ae-Ied gun ,or #,'h'"oJ Purpoaee was t.tken up TV Senate then adyocrnsd. "?*M *r H'prrtTRUtlTfl. WAsaewmw, t?b as. ihoi. Mr. Gium, (opp ) o| N.C, presente , a p^txkm si,-n*| by ladles of New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, V?r Rtnu, Ohio, Now Jersey, iteiaware, niinjis, Vermont, lad Una, Now Hampshire, North (kroUtw and the Ibstrict of (WnrnbU, and was proceeding to sUto iU contents, "?J it g they pray Cougr>*K to like measures to rust >ro peaco and recon-lie ovisting d!fflculti?. Mr. CEJH.r, (opp.) of N.C., interrupted, and dom*nded the regular order. Mr. B.4KK, (ojrp.) of K. Y.. supposed the right of poti- I tion was In order at any timo. ' .Mr. liiumi withdrew tho petition for the pr.*. uf twk niti'OKT of no: crisis Mrt.r. Hie motion to reconsider the voto by which Mr. (lor win s proposed amendment to the c/oustitulioti ytxterUay toiled to receive tho required two thirds vote was au

nounccd at tho first business In order. Mr. Knaoiue, (rep.) of lnd., who mado tho oration, called the attention of his republican friends to tho im portance ol tho voto they were now called on to give. But a few days a^o they ali emphatically declared, by sanctioning tbe resolution unanimously adopted, that tiny bad no desire or disposition to interfere with slavery m the States wh.-ro it exists. Yesterday, however, they tiyemcd to huvo forgo(ton thin declaration, carried away by wild lunatic ism, and also the peculiar condition of tho country requiring somo action. If they liad chan-ed the,r ground since tho occasion to which ho had referred, and were now disposed to invade tho sovereignty of tho States, then ho ??s no republican. In repeated speeches he bod sold those who accused the republicanH of such a design uttered s'.indor. Should they say to tho world, when they are about to tx**.?ss tho power of the gov eminent, that thoy aro Tor usiiur it to break down tho soverKtfn rights of th* suta* ami inwido their privfVgcF? If that wu* tho do< truio ho ?uuld not sut>ecrlbe to it. They should bear In mind that they were uot the mM(cr><, but tbe m"re servants of tho p? o. pie. The proposition to nmend the constitution should bo taken to thoir masters, an l tho latter sh?dd l?> afdtod whether they will approve or nycet it. K?>r tlw take ol" the peace and (tulot of tho oocntry, niv for tho good of tho republican party, tho ropubli.?iw should como for ward to-day, and with tho ame uaiuimity with which they had voted for the resolution to which he re ferred, t<> declare the same thing in tho pmdin" proposi tion as an amendsu nt to the constitution. If you tad to give peace you wrong > ourselves, not tlw pcopio, and oa jour beads will fail tho responsibility. He withdrew the j previous question at the re<|U0Pt of Mr. Mx>ton, (rep.) of Ohio, wbo proceeded to address the House, lie siud he should not have regarded | tbe vote of yesterday as u matter ct great cons?> <piesr? while there were tlftenn slavoliolillng ftates in tho I'nion a?iuo\vledKing allegtanoe to the fede ral govenuuHnt, and baring, therefore, hi their own hands the power to protect thomsolv. ? a^iiinst any invasion of th. u- r^nix on tho part of tho genoral govenimerit. Tli.'n it vtould liavo bom a >n?tu<r of little oosse<|uenne whether tbey incorporated eucb an amend ment or not in the constituti.'!). Hnt tlh? st?f? of the coun try bad radically and ?SHcnkially diange I. Scvon or eight States now denied aU'>-innco uj ibis xovoiument, iind li-id orgsnizcd a SL-parate confederacy, .,nd had dtolared their indopndenco oT all .xjfltro! c thi^ governm.nit w hetber tbnt mdejiendonoe was to bo maintained or u-4, tbe future only oauld docide. Hut ir u.wards the inaln Mbwce of their |>oeit!on public opin on in Uie sooodlnif States should sustain tho action of thoso who iu:d taken the lead m this matter, so .is to dhow tint nothing but a ww of ?ii)d conquest o'juJu brine; thom btu k he, for one, rather th; n rfs-u t to such moans, w is dis posed to recopnuie that indepondeooe. (Ortm from <'e mocratic side, "Hut's right.-'"Good.") in tfcu stuio'of uiingi, if tho remaining Bovon ?kiyeUoldinff SUitca niaould t^nil{Jilui?lni I'hioo, liny wore thun entitled ^^ J g.?o ant- e?. (C'r iosof ?* ' from the right of the Chair.) Tbnre are now seven Livefr.'.d ngStatosaaid nineteen tTwc Stat.?. In ten yoars more f.r, ?ii oraotlc t hie purposes, JVLiwjiro woukl b 'fro: -tato n.ut k'1110 freo ;UM C?it six sWvo hoi.imgM.itee. fnatew years morn tti?y w??iM !wve other ireo Stag's organised ant 01 th. r rntorio^ and thiM, in a short timo, tboj- wmu)<> h.iv the r.\iiore | nuui b. r?throe fo irths of Oc -.tafes-^i^ en?b!o them t? chnngo tho institution, ar.l to , ni>-. u|m>< H e federal I govarnmont and ttongros- tie t?m. r i ?interfore [ with slavoij. Now he hoped that tint ? m ; r??wer which would never bo vest-1 .1 tVHI!rrees. No matter If tUoru should l-.-. rmc nl.ivi< h'iue. lavery was ajap??er*or doi.irtstle <m. orn .<iiv and tonvrose! -bouid u*v-r talio j ri action ?? it ,f JlWjr were eitiwms oj alaveholdlng.-states Umy would h. the UrRt to reswt tho iu^rfcreno of tho gore-ral govern nient. bccau ,c thoy, too, w ,uhJ see Hint :t w:a aaubwe wlucli Congr.jss could uot ucdorstand vd ought to "iav co control over, atvl Uint it win a m-ittor wliicli should be entir?.'ly left to till Stutos themso: ,-es. ilo hopot therefore, It was the nt ittenof the House to a-wrd to the slav ' SL'iteK wh.'Jh w. ro still loft to the I'nion that constitutional 1 i:\rt<wtion whieJ; the altored < \t cumstanoes of the otusary dem.u?d?nl, mi I that they would see how incuml>."it it was upon them to voto to submit the ?juestion to tlw vwoplo, to wvy Um J<jast of ft, that lliey might, if thoy deemed at, ivfogiiiso and adopt 'D0' for tl*'m to aay tUit tne constitution wliUb their fathers made was sufficient for tho eountrv in tho present alterod circumsUinces and condition tif public aifairs. At tho organization or tho government there was bill on- fjeo rttaie, ,-uid all iho roet wore sUvo holding Mates, and tbon uvorybody anticipated an in creased growth and si*oad of slave holding .sute* and therefore it was that it was doom.vl uxmooessary to mak'* other guarantees beyond those which were incorporated in tho constitution. SnppuHo they liad provided for the representation of a carta in number of In 1 n^.n^ r^ 10 H?1(1 1101 ^ Increased 1 number of inhohitnnte mike it nocvwnxy to 'Jnnge O10 constitution ao as to provide for B represouution on an incrcase l ratm of inhabitants? When tlw i^nstitution van frame. 1 for this eonfedoracy tliorc was but one free State %ni twelve sbvvclioMing Htate . ro that then the jr>n. titntion was ad?y|uatc fer the pr<^-?tion of all hoc , IV.!,s. lint now tii> y ha?! fiiin-ti.'H free States and onlv sev.m slaveboldlng S'-ates. lie was in oarnoM. in th.s bu ??'Iness, and he wai- sttcere whfiu he said that he did not I desire to interfere with iavftrv In tlie M.tes wh?-ro it existed. He wan sure that vis colleagues wero e.(utlly sincere in thoir as-, . ' rations in this rogard. But would | thoy gnarantre that t'.olr successors to ten or twenty yoars hence would bo imb ol with like sontl j men to. Would they answer for the progress of public ! opinion in the free states, and for :bo ground thoy might assume in seme ten ymr hcnce? Re no. intiinod that if the r<maining slave Stales contlnno in the 1 nion th 'y l??l a right to derruind new gunr*!!^. s: and. as far as his ?-oie was concerned, they ghau:.l liave ,t. (Appi-iuse on I the floor to the r ght of th*OOair ) lie woukl rautlon .j ?' "*l,ro now n mistake. He 1 could ten thom tl?t public oj.insm In the States [ would not warrant their rofosa) to vote for tins pro|M?vNl jnendmcnt to the constitution 1 *'? 3" ' vents, to say Hie least ?f it it was s m?*t ungru< ioiui thing for tnem V> rid'use to allow a public c?pi awi-.u of opinion on tho ?ubwct. Ih< y might res* ;#.i ire.| that !n voting ig^in-t this measure their JSiStUon *.v?nl4 not be MMaincd. .U1 lie would sny was that if this thing ua law 1. fused, all ho would ask <if his Mnntbern i"r. nn: was to forego any act of wcewionor rnPDMHH tiiJ tha friend? of tho measure h^d nn opiiortu* nity of iq>p?.iiinK to tho of tnr free ^tatir. <;onerid appkwn?. 00 the iloor followed the close of these remarks ,Mr. vv. amid great e^citoracnt and general aii plansc on the de'n.? ratic sld<-, and furious appeals from the republican side for a hearing, ruaew.d the motion for tlie prov ions <{uesUon. I M1"' (rT>.) at JU., ros?>, but vainly strove to i gaui a iiearing. All his eiljrts were Inst, and h.i.1 to bo ultimately abandoned in tlie f;w of n <x>ntlnuous c.ill to order at the liigh.^t pitch of mombors' voicea. The words, "1 Insist?it Is not fair, ' only surmounUd Uie i uproar. Hrvornl mtnbera, wbo lud kept tliomMrra In r<M?>rv?, called Ui" (Mr. Ixivojoy) to order. Mr. l?MU >y~"Mr. !-]>eakor," again the mnUomui ronrnd "ut at hia kwdwt in vain. .Not u word be uttered oould br hoard. Dm^ht-atic Mi xiii kh?Call Uic S?rtcoaot at Arm*. Mr. I/>vwo> (Una lull)?Will tbo gnuUeman (Mr. ^ton ton) withdraw tho prcvloM iiurw'.iofi for n monv ntt ?Again rose a niorm of voire, howling out, "<irdor, order." The flppwKvm (oTortnpplnjj Uio uproar)?Dooe the omi tti rrun wttbtl.a* Uk- nrevtona ^ueatlonr Mr. Run*?I (mipliatioallj refum Thin iinn'unooniotit rluinged tho liowiiiig on tb? iloor to choir*. Mr. Lonunr (taking advantage of the iligr *ciim) sho'itod ojii that it wan unfair, aw two Hpoechet tut I tmou nvwlo on that * do. Tho filiorin nf "Ordw" w?m o.: tin tnk-n up. and again Mr. Idrrjoi'i mmi alrntortaa eftbrtg kwi* whlgperlngu In a fralf! of wtud. IhoSimMin, mrariilot* of th? noi?o on hi* right, and tho ninat wildly utt?rod but unliovl qjaeulatlmi* of the rrmitiikan? on Ills loft, (MMMfully c myed ?o mako hlin ?cif board, an with a dotnrmmed ouort ho .aUlod to mom (htk in favor of tho prnvtoiia qnoftil:<a to criand up. TbcHUildoc at UoD of ? nwnjr tnomhnr-i In rtaing to their ftnt added gr?atly to thn uproar UvU retorted in tho hall, and munt hiv *>*oitod antieipwttoo* of a genera] row in the m'.nda of the wpoc.tators who crowded ttio gal Icrl*1*. Mr. VAXimnm, (wp.) of Iowa, aoddenly got in, "I d? mand to have a ? hance to be henrd Any h >p^ of a * b wo th? g?ntlema? might have boon *.inrilri inongb >o entertain invnt in? <? beon crushed 'a tbo bud befoto th rmiowed br?*i ni; forth Of the ntorra uf ?*???* to "<>rlrr,'' "Ht down," "Ukll th* rol?." Ifiq Omow MDfftM again*' the din, and mowly got through *mw of iaanMMe, but waa brought euddeo.T up by rail* 11 "Clear th - !???!! " 1 tu?=t ta??-W? mu<rt bavo of l?tr. (Iaught?r.) Mr. (r<rp.) uf V. J., hoped the l>x>rieep?r would ???# that ?rd?r waa tarried jut. (? amralia^Wr.) The ? ck?] have so ordered ik. (Hoa w-*l U .gh ttar.) wt. Cum, (opp.) of Mo., hoped the Ohatr woiW put 4ewn the disorder which reigned to the hali. Tike Sjtu?kii?Nothing will bo doao .ill ?' icr ' > rc" stared, Mr. liorwoT?What id the queettou before the (Loud cries of ''Order?Order. ' "till the roll," Ac ) The roll call wuh proceeded with, aud the reeult shew ed a simple majority of Utt to 00 for tho r-Mjoosi iora! -ai ef|y rsterday 'b vote. Mr. Hkh?aji, (rep.) of !?*., raised th.i poait of order that two thirds were noce*?ary to reconsider, *>ut tho Speaker decided a mere majority wan Ut?A'->.i"y f. r thin purpose. Another and still another outburst nf aoufusiri. Members demanded the enforcement of Ui-< r i; ?, and the Hpeaker on the Serue.vnt at Arms to }->r rin bin duty. The quest ion was now presented, tho si.n??, ta ytaler ! day, on agreeing to the amendment, ai folkiws That no amendment iliall >?' made to the cnuatituivawh < h will authorize or give Congress power to aholiah oi-:a.?Tf -r) witliiD any Slate w ith the domestic luatituttuu* thetwif, .11 eluding that ot held to tabiir or servitude t>y the laws ?f (aid Sub'. The Hnuh*K announced the result?103 agamst 06, as foikHlH:? V? a*.- Menarr. Adam* of Kim., idem" of Ky., Vd-aln, Aidn h, AnJrrxvu of ky., A\ery, Babbitt, Bar*-, Burnt, Bocock, Hoieier, Hoiiligny, Hrabaon, Branch, Brings, Briatuw, Brown, Botch, Burnett, Bnttei-fleld, Campbell, u-irioe F. I Clark, Clark o( Mo., Clemens, C. B. Cochrane, John ?)?*h 1 rane, Colfax, Coram, Cox, ?'ialg of Mo^. Craig of !*. C., ' Ila\N ot M.L, I'avin ot Ind , lie Jarnette, Delano, Diminiek, 1 Dunn, Kdmond.ion, Kii'Ji-h, Buiertdce, nurMM, Mu, 1 Preach, Oarnrlt, (iilmer, Hale, llall, Hamilton, Uar ri? or M<1, Harris of Va., Haakin, Hallo 11, Hel nuvk, Hu.wil, IMman, Howard of O., Howard of 1 Micb . Hn^lie', Hniuphrey, lenklna, Juokin, Knllogg I of III., Kciiyou, Kilgore, Kelllnger, KnnkeL lArraben, l^rcli of n C., Intake, l.ogui, Maclay, HaUorv, Martin of Ohio, Martin of Va., Marnaid. M-Clernund, McKntty, MeK rutin, McPhcrwiB, Million, Moiiigonvry, Moore, M >oretiMid. Morrell, Morrt* of I'a.. Mo.'iiH of 111., i Morn, Nelton, Nlblaek, Niion, NoelL, Olin, raltu-'r, i'endle ton, Peyton, J'hel|is, roller, 1'ryor, (jiurlea, Jonti 11. My nohlH, biro, KIkuh, Jtobim-onof It. I., bobiuamtuf 111., iliu' n, Ru?t, Koott. Scmnton, Hherman, Hiekle*, tiinunn, Smith of N. C., SiavildHn;, Mmiton, Htratton, Nievenaou, Hi"?m ? of >lii., stoker., Stniu. Thajer, Thwucij. Thomaa, Iritnhkc, , aUaudiK haui, Vamv, Verreo, Welwior, Whiteley, WUwlom, \Vln?low, Wood, W <Kxi>on ami W right Ha???Meaim. Alley, Aahley, Boaie, Blngb?nn, B'-Ui , BUike, Brayton. Buttinnon, BurltkKame, Burnbata. firry, r'nrter, Cane, Cobnrn, Conkliiur, Conway, Davis. Du-'ll, iCdgerton. Kdwarda, Kliot,, Karrwworih, Kt'iinn, Ferry. Foater, Frank, <loocli, (irow, Unrley, lli''kniaii, Blnonuui, ilutehina, Irvine, K>11ok;; 01 Mieli., KUgore, Leuoh of liich , lax", Ja>iw<~ neckor, Lovejoy, .MamUin, MeKean, Peult, Porter, I'ottln, K. 11. K< ynolua, Itoyi*, he^raiek. Homes, Bpnrner, Stevena, Stewart of IVnn., Tajipan, Toinokiria, ITiln, Van dever, van Wyck, WioU-, Wahiron, Walton, Waaliburn of I Wia., Waahburoe of 111 , Wells, Wilaon, Woodi uff. j The Situkxr?Tlte're boiujf tl>u necessary two thirds, j the resolution is adopted. rremendouR apphnute on btith tbo demo-failc tai l re publican Bides* and from the tfHl>ery. Mr. A?hij;v, (rep.) of Ohio, unmedutely rai*Ml a point of order, that two tniriht of the whole cumber of mem bers w?': nor. ;- itry to imsa 1110 joint resolution?the one ! hundred and ninety eight who had just voted did not con j Htituf- tuiT MiirtlB Mr. John Ohidu.ik, (opp.) of N. Y., int^ixxrinf;, Mid I that the iloure wa? couipoml of thoee who are presuut. The Sitjikkk overruled Mr. A'diley \s point, cauKinR pro ce<lentri to be ipiotrt! to hIiow that two tb.rdH of the raein I bers preftetil citri upon nicastires whiuli Kuch a majority of votevi. Mr. HowAitf, (r>T.) of Mich., insisted that all the mem ' here should iH-eupy their own ?i>uts aid preik:> vo order. ! Ho aske<l tliij< for the purpose of enforcing tlv rule*, and that if other means wore tioauecassful that tuenthorx bo ?filled by n-une. The Sckahmi Htiid h<3 would lie oomiiollod to do k> in the event that niouil^rb ilo not obey the re<j.wvt oi the ' Chair. Mr. )ii<r,?iav, ^re?i.) of I'a., argued Uiat fwo thlnlwof the whole flouso, as made up under exifttwR laws, wad I in eensury to )>?.-.? the ruMDdinent. They lia'l r< fusod to i consider the Heats of tlie retiring uvrnWH va/ ruit. ? Mr. Joiix l>?iuu>ri: Iirielly controverted Mr. Hi'^imn's position. Mr. Awni y withdrew hlfi appeal from tli?' decisnm of the ('hair. nir fM<u\ /ii'ttorjuanoM hiu. The reportol tin . omrnittei! wxm torn)* ran!y p<a-t|i mod to consider the Senate's amendment to the indmn Aj>j>ro prUttion bill. ristnovrr-rAxr or nir. uau.<. <)? motion <>f Mr. Oot.str, (rep.) of Ind., tlie Senate's liSBeinimenu Ui the lull for stopping the mail in the *) ?a)ding Slntee, were concurred in. rtUMTSf: I ATKVI (IHKli RKfOHT. Mr. Gi H1.KY, (rep.) of Ohio, from tho lYln'mg C.iminlt t<?, reported u resolution to print 216.000 copies of tho agricultural and 40 U00 of tli? mecluinkcal tu.i t of the 1'atent tiflPce rojairt. ?nrs ?'??.<? wilt tiEsr sn.t. Tlie reoort of Committee of lOnforeuive on the dAuflroe ing vote on the Washington aiid Oregiw liobt bill, was concurred in. TtIK IvniAS OOM# ROlllltiHT, Mr. IIiirkih, (r"p.) oi' III., < 'Iiairruan ot the li'iniultteo on the Abstracted Itonds. r([?irt"l a joint r>-eolntioa ap pointlag Me?rs, J'ngh i f <diio, Ihirris of W trvliind, nnd Cnsenf iuiliuiui, ( oniiue -Moiier* to make a p,ill,uiii| oqul tnble ?ittlencnt and adjustniont a itn Wm II. Ru^tell and other*' on irooiint "f the ribstroctod Indian trust f>onds. Rejeete<l, 1!> a i-ilri-t l.'U. TitK eloi-intST .isu vio: !-k *u>*vr Ki*i*r v Mr. Wauiw itNK, (rep ) of IU , from the Oommttteo ap I<>i?ited to ac;enin' Memrt. liiieobi and Hni iiin of the> election t?' ih * ?'r> drney am. V|>- y, mado a report simihir to of Mr. Tr> tubuU in the Seiuite. Tls- Hou-e eoriHtimed e*ei al hour, acting ?l the Sou?te's forty two amendments to tho Civil and lilsc* l.inooof Ap |.r?Httiaitoii bill* Mr. Si .iMon inet?'*'iually ivtsieavored u>have liis Volun t?;r bill 1 ikon up. The 11 uu >e then adjo).rni>l. THE INCOMING ADMHISTRATIOS THE NEW CABINET. WA.sitrrr.TOW, Fob. ?&, IWi. Tli. roncea botaoen tho republi<'.an f.icti>m.?, reW tlve to the construction of the b<?n rr moved, nn<l there is little doubt tint Mr. l.inolu's ad visers will bo an follows:? | Hccri'Uiry "I State Mr. ward, ?>f N. Y. ! Secretary ol Troam.ry Mr. Gumc, of Ohio. Secretary of War ilr. Coumrou, of I'a. So? rotary of Navy . Montgomery BlMr.of M l. Secretary of Interior. Calob H. Kruith. ol Id'1. I'ostinuiitor (kmcrn.1 t.ldeon M'cllox of CouB. Attorney Genera! Hdward ('-ati- , id Mo. II* there 1? any change fr' <m tho ahove pngtamDie It will bo from RUlr or I*arla to FtheridffO or C. .V. CI iv. Tho othnr appolntmoutf: ari conslilentd Used. Tii> \ ?n , tr wont into e.xc?.utlvo to-day, and an attempt wis mwie t<> roaeh the wmlnatkiu of Jodg > t'ettit, b it with out kumx i* ? Nothing else WM done. THE I.EVEK OF TRK PRESIDENT El EOT. IMfUKCANT HriUHHra ??K MK. L1NCKM.N. *K. UN *VD MK. HKWARII. WAMUJti To*. I "h. IM1. non. Mr. spaulding, member of Coiigri'- fr i tho [tuf fcik> (N. Y.) district, gave a dinner |K?rty th evcoUw at h>? residence. Among the invited g mts wro i.he I "resided and Vice President elect. Mr. E- ward, Mr. Chate, Mr. Cuifiorou, Mr. Mi Hit joinery Mr. Cileb R Smith, Mr Rldocn WoIIcp and Mr. embracing th-" members of the new OU>.u<-l al- > iiiialT Kmg and &eiuitor elect Harris, of New York; >?>??'.k.>r I'enolngUNi, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Oonrln .<uJ Sir. W -iburtio, tt'u.01*, of tho Hondo of Rrpro?.inial!vun. at. 1 Jildgo liavis, of Illinois, and others. T7m aitair was vttty :. aiii highly intellectual. Mr. and Mrs. I.inooln, afW their rot m ( in tho m?.>! niflcent dinner given by Mr. Spaulii;tig, Imld a kovoo at M illard's, .aid received a very iarg n nib- r of Lilies and gmtlemen, including SenatorH an .?t ? suUttirw, army and navy oilier* and members ?>' th" ilif*' naatii' corps. .U half popt ton o'clock the mi -d' f t.!i" Marine lUwl wus heard from tho apacio>v an - rowtlad porl<>is of M' illaril s. A rush wan roadt- to tho halonuy and * Inilows, and very soon in* immense thron* was gathered In front of the hotel, tlio band |>layiiig ??nail to the Chief.'' Tliree cheer* wire oullod for A bra bam Lincoln, and were gtvon with a hiwrty will and ro pealed. After many calls for Mr. Lincoln he appeared, whon three more hoaity and enthusiast*- i heors wi*r? given for him. Mr. iJnceln bowed soveral times to tho mi ) tttude, ?nd the band struck up ^mother favo rito air, during which tlrno tho will, dark form >?f Mr. I.locohi ap^?red agnlnst U?c tllumlne?l i*?rl->r window of tho hotel, tho target of orerjr eyo. H'hivi silence wus rnntiired Mr. Mnc<>ln -tpoko oh follows ? sh, ixvoi *M npvmrH. Mt F'tivnp?1 supTWO tli.t I nwiy iaio thji .u a compliment paid to tn*>, ?n4 ns such plow*' (uiw-pt my thanks for It. I have resetted this city ?<f Maslilngton under e.lrri.iivtanc's oonsidorablj dlitering from these under whieh iuiy otlior man ha* ?v>w reached It. I have reached it for tho purpose of taklim sii official position amongst tl?e people, almost all at wlmm were opismeil to mo and are yet "ppeeed to me, ae I supisise. (Several voices, "Vo, on." Other roto^. "Oooo, sir;" yon arc mmtaken in that, indeed you aro ") 1 f>ro|iofe nt? lengUiy addr^ to ycaj now. I otily propnee to iwy, as I did aay on ystwiisy, I believe, when your worthy Mayor and Board of /Vldonaeo oalU-1 upon me, that I thought much of the Itl fooling that hw existed tolWMB you and the people of ymr svirr< undlngv ?od thai people from am'>ng?t wbon I ootne, htm 4o psnded, and now depends, npnn a misunderstanding, (jievfral Tolcon? "That'i so)'' -vn- afiplauaa.) I bope that if '.hints shall go along .* preaperooaly as 1 MMvt wa ail deaIra Utey aay, I nmf hare '? In my powr to remove something of this uiin'iU'ifiBiamJiDj?(etkm of "Good," "Good," ud loud applause)?that I may bo enabled to oonvtnoe you, und the people of your ascttaa of tbo oountry, that iegurd you a* in all things being our equals?In all tlungs entitled to the Mil' rospoct and to ifto taa> traatsasnt that we claim for ourselves (criea of "fcod/'aiMl ap plause)?that wo are in no wwedtapoeed, fit were to our power, to oppress yo'i or deprive you tt any of your rights under the constitution of the Coiled MMkv or even narrowly to Bplit hairs with you in rega?l V> tbeaa rights. (Ixiud and piolongeJ cheering ) Rut we deter mined to give you, 00 far as lies lu our hands, ill yuur right* under the constitution, not grudgingly, but folly and lairly. (Cries of "Good," and applause ) I bope by tlius dealing with you we will b*Momo better acquainted aud bo better friends. (Cr? >t "Good," and applause.) And now my frtoda w it b these very few remarks I again return my thanks for this compliment, and expressing my de sire to little more of your good inusK, I bid you good night. The i?t>< ;iker retired amid the moet vociferous ebecr ing. After one or two national airs frctn the band tbo crowd proceeded to the residence of the Hon Thxnas Cor-vin one, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. The bund performed the favorite patriotic atr of "Hail Colom bia," whin, in response to repeated calte, Mr. (\rw1a made his appearance and addrt rued tho assembly gather lug in the following words;? MB. OOHW lN'H Hl'?rit. ?I eacuot misunderstand the ?bf?Wt which has brought you bore. I kuow it i$ the passion which every true American feeM who loves his country, tho constitution and the Uuiou of the*) ?*ates. (Applaui-o.) 1 think the tin?o in which w<j live lirm come upon us for the purpose of re vivifying that ancient love or true conaiit itjoniU liberty regulated by law. ("Tha.'s so," and applause ) And it gives me great pleasure, under those circumstance, ui see this number of men united for that general idea anil for that general purpose. (Good.) I am happy ta say to you to night, gentlemen, that the Congress of tba I nited States, in one of its bronchos, to day, hossaid that that portion of your constitution, made by your father* and mine, which seems to each ftate the right to mould Its own domestic institutions according to its own Ideas of policy and propriety shall remain so forever. (Voclforoaa cheering.) 1 think that thedevelopeniunts of today, accompanied by audi as wc shall be htppy to soo in the oourae of a few weeks, will have tho effect to dispel much of taut rule understanding which led to the late unhappy cor.sequenc ?? we all ho much deplore. lientlemen, it is a U>n-i when men are required to ccnao talking, and work ("Good ' ?)?to attest their feelings of patriotic devotion to this great and glorious oountry of ours .not so touch by words as by deeds. (Appiaoso.) I <e teach or us, therefore, remember that sinoe we have a constitutional President, clrtted in a constitutional manner, it becomes oir doty to give to tliat President an.l tho policy wbirh ho may hnpi*n to present to the oountry a liberal an #'atr consi deration, ("tlood.") If it slialJ not square with tho doctrines which belong to the constitution ami Instill) tionh of this oountry be will And himself aban doned by the very m-n who havo elevated Llm and be left at tho mercy of the few. ("That's si.") Gentlemen, If I were able, ainl it was your purpose or mine then1 to confer together upon this rib joct for ten hours, tl would bo nothing more at Icat-t than I luvvu said. Lai each one of us remember that wc .j-o citizens of one govern ment. f,et us remember that this oountry is in oar hands to be saved or lost, a.* our madness or our wisdem shall determine. Gentlemen, I again return you my thanks for this mark of your km I mobs. (Loud applause.) From the residence of Mr. Cor win tho vast as oinblago, which had by this time gained n> mcrous aeoeMkms, ra l ?aired to the residence of tliAllon. Win. H. Seward, on K strict, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth. | After one or two stirring airs fr i>m the band, Mr. I, CV* phanc f ame forward nnd stated that It was wit! > ? treuw r gret ho had to announco Mr. Seward was all out at u dinner r*irty. Tin- procession then took up tbo line of march for the quarters of Mr. II imlin, on JVonsylvania avenue, near Tliird street. On arriving In front of th? House, Mr. Hamlin 111 -d? lint appwiSBce after Uv.iU:ini prolonged cheering, and, on bdt.g Introduced by Mr. Clep!>, spoke ai follows ? an. ii?* ? 1 si-xacH. My Funcn#?Whether amid the ^nows of tho Vorth^rn States, or beneath the ;,'ci nil sun tliat smlkas f?m you txi gently here, overywhere iu tho hr-md land, T am rejoioe.| to meet American citlxens. (Withusisatic chcrlng and crief, of "good.' ) Wo have a common country and Its a country we all love. (Crk of -^ood" and "that's so.") However bounded or by wh' i;a>o.>ver governed, ("Uatt n so," ar.d uppiauso,) and I do boticve thU It ht only neroMMiy for us to .nderstand each other better to romoro ad tlu' clouds that lowor in tb? po'itk' '. horizon. (Loud and vrokniged cheering.) I <ia not l>cll?ve that there la any or,ns!dorablo number in any section of our country wb",wl??-n divested of passion, would encroach upon the rights of their neighbors. (Hi" cheering at this point of tno speaker's remarks wm fo . nth;inli?tic and cis t.ruou: that It was some time b". - for? Mr. Har lln was emu,led to resume.) We, at least, es repubUcan". hold to th< ?isvdltntk>oand tho rights thnt it guor:?ntecB to <nrery Stute. <Ujud cheering) and It la in tlie hglit of that censtltuti"", ^nd in the principles iu which It has boea'admlnisMre:!.; in years long gone byt by sngok and patriots, thai We rue iu to guide aiyt direea it iiow? (crlos of "Good." and In.tiiervw cbecriag)?? and, come what will, oooMt w?al ?r oorwi w ?, frorsl rt is, in tho tnaxtmn ?< .!<?(**- m mi and MiwM.wn, of W.u'iiir^tou ami of Jack M4i. tliat wo will staud by our eonitnoa country aa-i 'uaintaln its integrity and ts purity. Geutlomou, I am pratified to meet you on this occasion, and I thank yoq for the kindness and oourtouy which It manifests, but more, much more, for tho principloB which it exhi biui in your bosoms .n loyal lovers of the land, (ryjtm of " Kootl," and applaud ) You will allow i?e uibkl you a for.d good night. Aftor Mr. Hamlin otmclndod ho retirod to Uie main I rkir of his hotr-l, where ho was congrati> Ink 1 by a large number of la'ks and gen tleru-wi, who had assembM at an early bour V pa/ tho> rcspccts to him a id Mrs. Hamlin. Mrs. 11. ttad quite an ovatlcn, and >a oxcood.ogly pop<i lai in Washington among tb> Mt of the metropolis. NoUiuig daunted by their lisoomtituro in tho I'evw <>?ferencc and Congress, tie radicals *ro now making a last and desperate cflbrt to secure themselves a represen tatlon In the Cabinet in the person of Mr. Chase. M?ssra. Groehy, Kleld. 1 e-,*n.i n, Wilson, Glddlngs, Judd aa ( other leaders, are tailng their cunning and energy to th<? utmost to sur>piant Mr. tVueron at thia eleventh hour with the < >hk> Senator Thev seem to make this demavl asawrtof 1 Uituatuni and , nw ^tit non or thetp go*hI odices to tbo inooniln^ :ulministratsm. THB BALTIMORE PLOT. Pout* DKi AKTSicrr, irynca or rrm H4K*ul, 1 B at tutor*. Feb at. mi. / lla\ Inn been in WaaftUigtnn on rhurtdny bwt oa bu*l n<"? of a purely private nefure, I c-Ulod t? nay a friendly vi?lt to friend* erf the President elect with whom 1 M been for many yenrs on kind ud intimate rehUnM. In oonvematlon the ODBlettftaled pa/mgo through our city Of Uio public fhlWlluT referred to wm Incidentally mentioned, when 1 tpoko of Um rumen which had reach*, f nteof on Intended icpublican Ulaplay br eertainpartim here which, la my opinion, would bo Ho mod -ilenelvi to the r.MW" of our people, nnd In tbo evont of Br. ]jnr<>ln x associating himself with mm h a domonatration, or huvlng It no an -i) pondage in bt? tramlt through BuJU morr. would Invito oecldnd mark* of disapproval. I did not remunend tiint the I roeident elect ahoui>t ?void pawl"* "piinly through Baltimore, nor did 1 for oim moment ccnteniplak' xecli a < outlogency. Indoed, I tnaV* ao recommendation w kitev or in tbe |>r?fnlseo, but oonflnotf my rem?r ks to tbe pt ivosslon of an opinion that mj< h an ee - eort or appwlage an tbe one which ru?or had indioate^ weulj, In my Judgment, be IU advised, aod subject Vha'. npptaidajjo to an expr^nVon of public (llasattafactton which might, and douMliw would, liavc been construed into a pr. meditated discourtesy by tho people of Baltimore to the lYosldent elect. Tbe ItAkx Board had the whole mibj?et of tho "tpecte-f v'ipit of tbe i'reeidont elect under consideration, and all measure* necsaaanr fur preserving order on the oooaakxt were fnllf matured, nnd deemed by them amply suffi cient. The Board wero also Informed by meof tho oob vernation referred to held by me In Washington, and eoccurred la the opinion which I had expressed. I makothle explanat <w btoenan erroneous oonetpy tione of my action in the matter have found their way to tbe public through a portion of U>o pro*. aHJ?.K F. KINK, Marshal. Armor* or Mtmr ?Momrt'H "(km Hiovnnnl," anopern which I* ever freehand always woloame, to anoMmned tonight, with a toe d Mr mutton?vir: Ootaon, Kleia, Hlnftwy, Kr if noli, Ferriand Kuaini. A grand mntt^M tomorrow.