Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 2, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 2, 1861 Page 3
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q?> 'Ituwtd after more than half a oentui y, it is wall that Uhij tixitltt toaHe tta uumm tcBUiwuiUQD of liU ulterior &Mmr 111* Ctkbrttcd Sb?ddoa C*?e A|?l? 1? Coort. t ... [IV'Bi the London relograpb, Feb 1?-J ShrddoH di.i Skiddm r* the Attorney Gmeral Mtd PvJr ?Jjflveuiwn /?r 4 .Vcrui/ruU.?Our readers wrlii i> , Bkaaher that tbu? remarkable euit, whKb wokrtjbj Omrt. .rfevtral days. was instituted by Mr. Bheddon and 9 daughter for "the purpose of cstablabtag tti to- j gitimacy of iho father of the former, and that the full Ojtut deckled against U?o petliionar*. The laUerbaviug determined on applylrg fbr a new triu , u&d taken the | Blimuarv eu l* for that purpeee by laj uig before the ( ge Ordinary the papers cn which C>e motion for ? J n? trial vu based. Mike tkiHiJoo aow appeared in person in ?"P?<*t of t>.e motKiu. . Sir C Oreeewell Had that he had read tba^iper* Bup phetl the (fcurt on which the protect motf^ for a new ?ial vac lounded, and It impossible ,or |in to hear that mot on aittiug alone. Th? owe * lUj h?ar<l before a full Owurt, he (the .Indue Ordinary) titvinr Had the ?a atetaaue o!' two learned judges; an-. tho rehearsing or the ?w# must be regulated by tV. vie* taken by the fall Oouit The full court -vould 9% me teoond week of next term; sfk^ he remiudo'i H%tg Kboddou that an opportu nity had been allotted her of bringing forward this mo Won, us iho I'uli court w, subsequont to the hearing of (he two M)ss uh?ddon?I am sure you will not be mirprleed, my lord. alter the lengi'j of trial, that I ahould feel ea mentally and phyPlenty proetraied as to bo unable to br .ng foi war J tb'^ . *,tion earlier. By the Aot of Parlia ment the appw.ii from t ho decision of this Court to the House of L* rur mwl be nu. Jo oot later than' three months after the her riDg t,f the trial, though in other canoe tlio term la extr odea to two , ears. The reason of the limit wote pror ^bly from the fact that pirties in thia o rnrt were an*'H>us to k. ow sh aoon aa ("oentik; ehnther they were nv ,nicd or not. Tbe three months wia expire next M' Cdi?'y au i therefore we ce compelled now toai>p ir bofor o tbe Ooort to show our reasons for considering tfia'. Uiu dcciaiou of the full court was null and vtwi. ".be motion waa accordingly ordered to stand over till ?at term. Tit* Raropean War. [Fioni tbe Piipolo d'ltalia, Kebruary 4.] An bciir of great eventa and new battles approaches wuh rapid strides. And this is tbe moment chosen to complete tbe dieeo bitiou of tbe Houtberi. iruiy. A dissolution which coeta hiiiniUi.y more than waa expended on its composition. Of th it army nothing now remains but a reserve of ?ttcera, who will be piaoed in canton omenta along tbe Alps. A fciracge prcclatnation of General Kirtori put the seal to the abo e work; a proclamation that speaks M honor sav< d, aa if honor bad betn in danger; a pro ?iamation that resembles tbe m,utrior4* amen of tbe priest over tbe defunct body. Tb t .-'ouih-'iii army *as erased to exist from the day in Which (iarlballi left Naples And from Marsala to the Teller no, tbe honor ol tbe army won more than Hived. We sUind low as wc stood at the opening of 18W, with thia Eii.gle difltrence, lhat at ihat time we wore con fronted by a war with Austria; to-day a European war is preparing ugau tl us. The baitit lield in 1b60 was, from its commencement, rartri^ted to the plain* of Loml>ardy, to day it exten.is from tbo Rhine to the chain of the Lebanon, and to the Sekle ol l?ypt A', that time volunteers fioin lh-ir oountry weie uoo'-ptod; now they are sent back to their boroi-H. Tbe former kingdom of 5,000 000 nad an army of 9B,tiOO men; tbe new Italian kingdom of 22,000,000 nas . Mt V60 000. Tbo tiret Italian Parliament is now being convoked, and all (Kiealble means have been employed to exclude *bo*e who had unl ably and bravely oaoperated in tbe victories of 1840. 11' the government be a party the i*arliameLt must also be held for a party. From one end of tbe Peninsula to the other a snower of fero wious caiumnies, of low defamation, of cowardly false W>c!8, bave daikoned the atuio.-phero. Tbe men who -bilberto denied natkual unity, and still decy it in tbelr aete, h*ve bounded on their curs to drag through tbe land tbe bleeding phantoms of 1783 against all those who irscribed their bjnnerfl with abiUliou of tbe pun ebnont of death, declaring them partisans of war at auy coit, as M it wee in our option to avoid war when nothing re-' main*d to us but the necessity to prepare ourselves for war. Tlie masses are confused; movement is paralyzed; In "the face of Europe Italy does not yet exist, becaiise she has not yet tho rorce that can represent her. Tbe men ?of Mice and Stvoy govern; tbey are omnipotent; our ?flairs are in tbo bands of tho stranger. We aro joined, not with Fra* co, but with Napolo. n; we cro alienating from us the only liberal nation in Eurojie? England; we rtnounco tbe irr?eiatible impetus of the people's po*er; we form alliance, hound b^nd and foot, with a European ?Mif> d'eiat. And Kome? and Venice? We do not (peak of Caeta, vhlch is a force of tbe sc eend claEo. Wbtn tbe Parliament oocscnts to bo merely a notary's ofiice, when we ore willing tn light tbe N'apmeonio ba-.tlud to tbe last drop of our btood, wc cannot complain if, in Italy or elsewhere, tbe roenee of Nice and Savoy b.) re peated, if liberty be renounced as a base thing; If the aale of generous populations be sanctioned; if the Medi terranean bo conceded as a V'runch lake; if, -jt amongtt a lieople who love us and suffer, wo concur in the founda tion of a new Napoleo ic dynasty; when we are content with a pbantom of Independence, and willing to incur all tbe r>fke of a Kv.roptan coup d'Mtf, we shall perchauoe .get Koine or Venioe this yeix. Such is tbe polioy of Count Civonr. A policy dark and basardous be>< nd all belief. We Rhtll bave war and wn are nia med, henoe ?s uistroment* of foreign ambi i w, unfaiibful to the nation's right?t criOcing, if required, tbo unity of the country?accomplices, porhaps, in the tale of friendly peoples ?wo shall uufcUIn a war which, in foot, noes not regard ur?a war that will ditguet tbe Englleb with on, st'Mo the moveine-.i in (iermaoy, Riibjoct Hungary to i!} rur tic cupl' Itv, roi.fign tbe FAnt to Russia and France, and put an end 13 liberty throughsut Euiope. Frame ami Rome. [Ffom the Co/Is 1'rcws, Fet>. 13.] Doermtnl* relative to tb<; afT'iira of Romo gho?r clearly two thing*?dint, that tbi Ficnch government, in Itt re httoiF with the louilfical Goutt, hm it .no beyond nil iho bounce of patience; aoooodiy, tent the cirdiuals, if th y -bad not c DMdered tbia pailen;? to be Ifiexnaustt >le would h ive hIicwu themselves lew iatrac Able, la ape ik ing to thru U'udly and irmly, and in coupling art* with words tbey are always fou id to be made of very t>lastic material t. Ibe b:atory of France gives more thu uae proof of th.B. We will only inataice one. <)n Urn 29th of Sertembor, 1797, Ronaparte wrote to hia brother Joseph, ambassador at Romo: ? "It ta oi ly nub tbe greatest flrtnaess, with the grtui aat expression In your words, th.it you will causs yonrselvfg to be respeoted by tboce p.-rson*. Timid when you show liietn your teeth, they aro haughty when you ore too deli-ate with them. 1 The event did nut fail to ? hjw that U>naparte was tight Ho long an tbe Krnch bud been at a distance from Home th > PobtlUcal Court bid insulted and provoked the republic. On learning tbe approach of tho army ootninsQdet by IlerthMT, il cnacgoU its tone. Tho rojm lasued, on th? tth of F bruary, 170H, a proej million. In wh'ch ho laid, "Full of confidence in the uprightness and generosi'y of tbe VMcfc republic." Berth,er entered Rome, tbe republic was pror'.aimej. and Ibe Pope stripped of his temporal po #cr. The S*cred Co lrf* bent 'in head, acknowledged tbe icpubl e, and fourt-en caminala were present at tbe it lH*m vuol wa4 United to otdebrute ita nsUbliebmont?tha'. ia to My, Ibe deposition of tho Papal sovtrelgn. Hid tbe French government been vn*plrcd with the counsel given by lit na(iarte to J<?? pb lu 17P7. It would not now dtpl ire tbe utelespceu of tho f ib its It bis b.eu caking for Win yeats to tate the Pontifical Court. Tbe Bp! It of vertigo, attested by all tbe des'mtches on Die an.il1? of ltume, furpw-oa all that experience permit ted ub to exp?ct from tho oomsellHS tf tbeptpa-y. It Li toipersib c to behold the boosting of Cirdlt.a) An'onclil, and the urarge revelation* uia!e. by SI. de (Jrainn Hit to if. 7tu.uvfLi'i. without thinking of tbe edicts in which tbe K<n|>ei' i Honork'UB taiko I oi tbe bappineu) ai<d eter nity of ibe Roman tmp re, at tbe vry moment when th's e.np'.re w; * crumbling to pieees on all cl los. Not wlthiUnllnp those viflb'-e ruins, which Increased/ve^y 4ay, the writer* of Ibe tiinu ha! the Intimate c mivtotlon thai tbe powor of Ioaperlal Koine would only end with tbe world. We now und agau. tbe some uiinoneM in ibe elergv, who, oon'nundlng tne ? ops, bead of the church, with tho I*"pe king. afllriii that the papacy w eterual. and Hint tbe d< glides uf th world arc nita- he ! to It* d na tion llut tbe first empire of Koine perished, an I the world regenerated itself; tbe second l? ben.,ng U ne-iib ?he weight of Its deer ep'.tide an J faollr, and tbe worli is rerovaling itsoif. An eartnquat c can In a few minutes onovsrt an Ira jaei *e city Into a heap *?t" rulv. but several ag>? are requue 1 to undermine the political and religious edlll ?? tlwt It baa taken several cecituriM to develop? and ?ti.rgthfn. Rovobitions are the <arthquakes of the<o ?diftros, and when they a?e fi-otgiy establishod <'.ily oae sbork |s neccttMUT to overtlrow them Tho temper.il |M)Mcy ia a bumin institution that was found"! aa-1 r.ugiD"ated by the favor of ci ' usa-laue.ei. It represents the work of eighteen resta. ics: It tf>ok flvo to lay tbe iouedatiors, five to ra:?e np the struelure. five to def?nd it. thieo li deatioy it bit by bit, aa<2 new It ia struggling in tbe iaat throes of death. lu Uie. ?i>aco of aixty >eais the lemimraJ papacy b-n betn sevtn Unies In pnrll In 17fH, II wm nr-rth-own nv the Vretieh revolution In iimio. tho ennfederate klig? ?walked i<ver Its nifas, devlsinn how to render them irre jnrable.aud only diverted fiom their nr \|ect? hy the victotKaof our amiles. Raised aga'n in 1801, the pip*;/ mn ontte more overthrown in 1M9 ia 1RI4 I* o?r i in taxtrtonoc to N'npoleon, for it ta very do?ibtfi??. if th ? e%p ffivity <* rina VII b d ?>^n prolonged, whe< jr- t J(! i|0 y Udl'snqe wo?M bavo restored to him aHbis il "**; t'u TftT. iwa Italun eovrelgr.s rame to an t n<!-r' tui iirig for ib> partition (.f the Ivnlnioal (States, aad th coniho<\tion I '?*M -by ttie . iM.eeedirg revolut!' n- of tne If iman ^u\'e, ? M threw the klii*a into the armso' tbe pri?t,uno i. Th, *L*(nporal j>^t?er, overthrow^ n l^ij, and rratorwl in \n4\ \ 1? now noil'lpg more, a* peoved bj the 4c [ttl'.Uas of 1 (, rlc t?ramc.out, th*n ? <?rt rcry y* xi an eb.jaont of i* un?e-n vo'uil >n, tlia* ? nj.?.. univiok*^ jr vratltgdo. It w *? ??"ip lo t?- T/eicb l^st the ' t\as aj.lc to rHa'n to .R<-' is lu If ! H ?* b>' tbe Frtcb vy tkst he "ia" ?iaiet.' r>rl l' iN't fV eloven ?-ti*. an,! Roin?? ? ?"t.Wfif ?(#? limn a f?? i of ratrig ie ana .vnttsptr*'.** t Krtne.i to a h (>>??. %, , ?ot-r irt-ilernto, wry r irkmt, m.1 >n e'eey reapert m%n rcis.iu*ol?k w, I e isb*i?ii.?a thi fnnt thU ib fttrtoal0<?'? h * fulled in all Ita cufer'tnenW. Mi l rvtty'I'l'l' "f1*1 *'? "??go. M' rt I' has srste?t?/|. illy mixed pulittou^ w til r< ilttlcal u'i,.j.twin=, refnaod all .XWoes ' ?N?.?''form, tud "aiitr.ve i the aute of ?hiairs to get -wort*, *? i.''St degree wf en the malady rftea Us -omes ir i^medubl*-'' fbruok wUti' ?o much obstinacy, and wearied o?4 by so imish bad MUi. M- ?l? Orammont emled by tell ng Oirdl ral >? oneHI /<UW|?t?b o' March 8. 1800), "1 itegia to beilrvc thM d'rtf* * eat iftrophe. ? ? ? Voa refer* to take a ml Idle oouise of aa(*?y sn l yon int ake the teiopes!, aa; H fon were sparulattng or the wail of tbe ?btfiwrerk * ? * Ton might at laaet show a little o??lf e of .*oc.iia?.h* You might prfrnmlnata the reform* asioed ui??. ?n l thus ftcllliate tho UKk of the govern me?t of tbe 1 njeror. whore most ardant wta? m Is to ?* tirgui?h the Hre ef dl-^o d I hoi la kept up between the Vliry lutb' r and his p?ople " to-ndw-e so Wl?e, to demands so moderate, what If /Ordinal A^'elll's r*pty It?l ?"I rap o?ijr | ?Ui I.bave said. Ibe Pom ?m not aot. He V.. | Lauud B lueell lo tbu CfcthoMc wuritl by his txr letter. He will do nothing, '?<)ao|utely nolhir' ? u *? flrnnniont wm t oi disooo ,am*l ha end^ .rJLt, ?k-.w iTtrtsw ? jke, itfc *?-,,yv ' -7^,:? *? oUiuuMsy ?! hM refusal. "But," (oui^ywp ,*c?>ved the inutility of my efcrta. I ... i . Z-u. - PUMIWOf a hxed r?solution, and which Sale aLri ^ MaAed thus?the Pope will neve.- acfcnow ? otmn . approve at y thing pbort of the complete restl j of U?? stale of things to what It wu u>& belluia ' p ** t'*?h?ee end the bUttts." Then he insisted no longer, , j wnbduw *ith ifus n mark U- t?id.nal Antoueili.? 'V-nur eminence, 1 leave you deeply grieved at the inu tility of my efforts, and very nnei^y at the dangers into wh-cb tho Holy bee seems to be going with its eyes shutv' Tbvse dancers, that terrified all sensible Catholics, the Com t of Hi n?e streets either not to soe or to denpieo. It receives with afT< c'?d pomp the thin legtons which the ccuuUir revolutionary parly sends it from Kranee and Belgium) and if amotg the "crusaders" there happen to ke any tliat dislike repudiating all sentiment of nationali ty, the "Influential crusaders," says M. de Uramwoat, take thera s>?iiMtly to task in these terms:?"Sir, a man Is the Pope's subject before betcg a subjeot of his sove reign, if you do not entertain these views, what do you w me here roi>" The reader *e> a that the (Vurt of Rome speaks and acta as it weuld have fpoken and acted in the time of Inno cent IU.; It feed* upon illusions and pridsjNsvon since Csctclflraido It dreiaiB of triainphs and meditates oon qutsts. It <>p> nly r.akcs religion subordinate to policy, not perceiving that this suNirdtnation is prooisely that which has most contributed to the decline of the Pontifi cal power. To preserve this power to tho bead of the Cathiltc church it Is necessary to sacrifoe the saceidotal kingship, to take from ban Utnp iral power and put an end to this at: algaru f<<rm?d out o? a sacred ministry and a political power that has corrupted all the heterogeneous elements of which the Purtiflctal poivei consist* Wishing to se cure lo the Pops an exist. :jco iadspssrtwnl Of all parlies liberated frcm all diplomatic influenoe and exclusively acknowledged in its e'closUetical attributes, the French govotuirect would have desired (despatch of H. Thou ven< 1, April 7 1800), "That the ttithoPc i'ow. rti, oaoh in proportion to ?!? popuU-lon. should ort<r to tho Pope a subsidy which th -v would inscribe at the heal of their public debt, the interest of which wotilJ be paid at the regular periods into the hands of the representative of bis llolinets Phe I'ontifle.ial government replied that it will only ac cept ti lb lite "under the form of compensation for first lruiie ?n?i the ancient canonical rights over vacant livings, r^hts loi'g ditpund and CaaJ:y abolished in ail tho States of Europe." These pretend) d rights?these occlesisstloalprivileges were a rc uinsnt of feudalism defrayed by Uio French revolution, and which r. lew State;', llet'mont,for ln siunre, marie Ira long time the mistake of forgetting in the midst of modern institutions. 1V> have at the present day ib? i?i'trn?ion to resuscitate and inumiin clerical feudalism, wh>r the political and military feinlal syatooi hnsutt rly disappearid, is an act of folly that appears ii rreo b'.e, even when we find It attested by olRcial dooa uents. And since the Pope's advisers Are ulllioted with such incurable blindneFS, the timo is not distaut wh> n thev wili be ?!sd if we should bo willing to bo satislled with ibe concessions that they now rejt ot with so much arrogance. But then they will be told, as all Powors are tola when lricvccably lest?"It is too late." Bupprvaalon of the 81*ve Tra4c> [From tbe London News, Feb. ? ] A depulation to Viscount Palnnreton for the appoint ment of a High Commleeloner to the King of Dahomey haa an Interview with hie iordehip yesterday to present a memorial. Tho following noblemen and gentlemen, members of tbe Council and Executive Committee 01 the African Aid Hooiety, attended:?Lord Caltliorpe, Vmw Presld.ut; Lord Alfred 8. Churchill, Chairman of the Executive Committer, Sir Cnlllng Eardlev Kardley, Bart; Mr. llenry Pownali, tbe Rev. W. Cardall, M. A..and Mr. J. Lyons M'l-cod, Honorary Secretaries; tno Rev. l)r. Tidman, representing the London Missionary 'ooiety; the P.ev W. Atthur, the Wesleyan do.; the Rev. >. Treetrall, the tf.ptiet do : Mr. Thomas Cegg, of Man-hester, from tbe African Aid Auxiliary of that city; Mr. H. Buxton, M. P., tr. Arthur Albright and Mr. Fanr^go, Honorary Secretaries of tho Birmingham Auxiliary of the African Aid Society; tbe Rev. Ilr. Arnold, Mr. Edward Gregeon Banner, Mr. L Gruneieen, Mr. William Edwyn Shipton, Mr. John foul lies, ol Aberdovey; Mr. Gerard RaUton, Connul Gene ral of Liberia; Mr. George W. Hastings, Woroester Cham ber of Commerce; Mr. Joseph Somes, M. P.; Mr. Robert Nicholas Fowler. Mr. M. D. lloUins, President of the htaf ford6il/e Potteries Chamber of Commerce; Mr. Richard gnooner, M. P.; Mr. Edward KchonLey, tho Rev. Voter Le Trobe, Secretary to the Moravian Missionary So ilety; 1Mr. Arthur Mills, M. P.; and Mr. Charles Waltor Mdy, M. I). wore presented from tho council and com rait toe of the jfrlcan Aid Society, and merchant* and others in London. elfDMi by many of the principal firms in the city of L j4oo; a memorial, signed by the President or the Charvx r of Commerce at Glasgow, and by the lead ing merchant* and manufacturers of the city of Glaagow; a memoria from tbe Chamber of Commerce at Worcester, sisnid by the President; a memorial from the Chamber 01 Commerce at Hull, signod by the President, and a mo ?or 1st from the Chamber of Commerce for tho rf'-utford sh're Potterlee at Han ley, signed by tbe President, pray ing for tho appointment of a High Comm.HSioncr to tbe Kit f of Dahomey. At tbe conclusion of the interview the depulation wait ed on I>ord John Ruteell, at his official residence in Down I UK stiect, when the fame memorial* wore presented. I land Alfred Churchill, who Introduced tho deputation, I said it wool l hardly be n?ccFSary for him to dwell very str<ugly i'[.on the L.'C. fRity which existed at prenent for ol>iaiLin< new sources of supply of cv-tlou for this coun try. The society of which ho had tlie honor of being a member the Afrtoan Aid Society, bal direcud Its atten tion to tb< op. nh.g out of this vast country at \bbeokuU It d ntuu.ed If 0 COO inhabitants, its walls wero 20 mil** In cWoumfeioBoe, and ita kings ;md chiefs were r*;Ady end wii'ii c to recoivt- civilisation, uod one of thorn lorm??d b in eclt the friend i f civilisation, There was a newspaper, too, actually published in Anbeokuta, writ'en in tho language of the country, alth ugh It had a supplement in hii>gli.-ih. lbo district exUodcl Inland for several hundred. <>f miles, and was the nv'-iral land where cotton g.ew. Tlicy be lievo that b? appointing a Britifh !Jonsul ui that nei?:b b rbi od they * juld giro a grett cucour>i?;ciuent to legiti mn'e commerce, us it would sh>w them thtt they W' re under some k1r d of protection. Thi.? would promote the migration ol tbe natives of Canada, which would tend toward the eventual annihilation of the sl&ve trade At tkit country ctmldproduce to ta'ft an MMlisl "/ a*Um U mutt mOtrriollv inftwnv in <lj>rr<Mivo the Avirrictn and, consequently the value of tlave labor in the StaUi w itdd dtcrnue in yi opoi tion. Mr. C'legg said tho ootton produced in Africa waa thi beet that could be gr >wn, and could be landed at liver pool at a much low price tban that of Amoric in. Ho thought, theref. re, that every facility and entourage merit shcul 1 he g'.von for the develop meet of free trade in that country. _ ? _ , ,. _. Alter remaiks from Mr. Banner. Mr. Partridge, Pir Culling Rardlej , Mr. Cooiad Harrison, an I M<\ Ail right, l^.rd John Ilnfscll said, In reply, that be nesd bxrdly s*y that be concurred In tbelr general observations, and alx.\o all in tae general object they had In v.ew; but an it Lad been observed by .Sir Culling Eurdloy, thtE matter must at present be eon'iJciod i>s a g-'rm. lit**! elfirUt had bren made bv'his country, at considerable coat, with a view to tlm b ipprr*?K?n of tVi s^ve trade; and they muft ihij s recount that other dforU had been made in various dlrcetloM, under tbe sanction of the tarloi.B Towers, to endeavor to ke p It up. Wi*.h regard to tie appoiiitnient ol a consul, tbe cot too district \bb?ekuti ?ns a very good provltue, and it was very gratifying te tlnd that palm oil .nd various other pro Oik t lot.s had >o considerably increaRe.1 fofr some years past and if the appointment of a emiiui cmiM promote tbe IntelcM* of Its e?nnmeroe, tbe Koreign fHTloe would Inquire Into tlio particulars respecting it. Tb?y were Obi'ged to look with a view to the public servl-e, and the v?rk)"s reasons tin l reg iLtior* by w^iic i th?y were gen eraliy lx.unl; hnt supi>osinK there was no objection to th it oourie, he should "-ertalnly be moat h ippy to fall in with their views. H'UA r'tjvrdto tht King ?f m-jf, fa u /i* lorry to rny it unit not tkf tifpl* ubiUfcIi; \K*y /?. net in I,?tnl nnr'trf .Afri n rf'.rt* te ?v m uU 'o carry on ti<u*ry. Hut that waa only a pirt of the <(uesiion, and w'thrcanl to the genetul quoulluu he slioulJ lio motit hai.py to ft?fl?t lb'm. PerUtps they woull believe him when he ?\ld ir 'n any way he OuVI make ihe smallest Advance tewirde the extinction of the s'ave trade, he tboi.Id be meat happy to do so. (Cheers.) The deputation toaiikcd his lorgshtp and wi bdrcw. Tim I'xmhm Kisin ? Accordta* to tho latest .locumente piibl'ihed, tho naval for cm ot Lenmark arc oompoied of 40 sn e of tl tine ;CC eailinp we'd JO steamers) an.l :o rralier ve?. .-Is. 1h'Ir stri rgth is ?* follows ? Killing vefsels, 4 s- ' of tbe line (2 of M guns and 3 of 72) .H'JlB'.tiF 1 ft igcitea ilof'Omd 6 of 4i Co p,>und crsj 2S0 g". n" 1 corvettes of ;*? .20, 14, axil 11 g'lne, 73 gnus 3 bt'ts of 19 and 12 gun* (1? pounders), 44 gnna; | *c,h >n<e<r- ?f 1 large swivel gun each, 2guns; I cuttor, with 6 it.; it Wtf?ls. 'V r?n?; total, 117 (JUOS. bteam vene!? (12 ?flta* and H bniM'ng), 1 icrrw of To .0 poam'.er*, buir-og. W gxs; % screw frigate. Lr 40 guns ea b, W gun- 2 ao.ew frigitos, bit lining (1 of 12 ft- d 1 of U), 94 guj?; 2 we* cot\eltis (12 and 10 C4)nounderf), 2i g'in?; 1 ecrtw corvette, M ?'?'*. h'lid ni, 16 goes; 2 screw Kimboaif. 2 r'ins fcneh. 4 guns; 4 screw bint*, building. 4 uunp f> ti.'ild> wb. el itea-ners, muntmg together it gitrf' <10. ?0, 24 *nd 1f pO'inders), 21 g'tns; I roynl pad die, wiiesl v icht of 12 3 nounders. for tbo u?e of bis Ma ?sty, 12 gn*?. t- tal.bCtguns; nollll* or row b.?u, H6 Vi.num^n,i Moimfii* u.moUj r 140 #iu>8 of .iflerent call bic . U'O i ere-al total. 1,1 M R,,r" In addltlo,, to tt# Tf^SCif above mrritiv?ned thv? i.rtv na* nine ?U*& trar?porU, Mr of nhtcb are bu^Wliif an-1 will be t 'ngiletr l ibis ji?r The per* e / ?' the navy c itn ??r s ^ I vice BdinlrM, 3 reir nd:i.Ire's 31 c^p'ilns, captski lieutenants and hO lloutensnte Wllllsmiberg Cltjr Sewi. Itorauo ix A f)WKill-to H M 8*?Tosicrday morning b lween six and seven o'ck>ck, tbe resiJeneo of Mr. Hol II', No 2W 3out>i Eou'th Street, wa^ entered by some , ar i g llts.if whll t the family were below at braskfast and revere!or'lciee of wearing apparel, to the "Mue o it),out fjO. wore Melon, No a/rest ba*been made. Heavy Oauc.? Tho lint day of spring, Ihuugh uaherod id with all tbe comforta of u bright sun and s.imm-?ry tef?|.i'rature was neil w th-<ut a Ui.i.'.h erf th?.bluiterttg quift ty of Manh '.n Williamsburg. I luring the preva loot rf rvhef ? he?vy mile yester.lay morning, th i train' '<i .i large fcauee In Wall s'reei, near Hroadway, ?h;ob.* i be n ?.iar?cd on'y the prevl'n.s d?y, wns blown 40WE.?i '?'e etv li jefjy? a laborer. Another fra-ne house, ib the c.ur??; m <*'. -n, i:eae Ik wn.nvilie, w?e aleo his* b oomc. ^,,-UiHurwliiy ei t he oitioc ?if .lohn liar I ing at Ihat^otof N ?rtb lleere^ ?>fe"t, Wi- uurne l down. Tlw (lanugo f e^wetelatfja? ucinsarou A ftoviv S.-W- rwo nmimmk Mrwm At.-vw? \ rrxm* l.oufM'st <5o'nt IwviKaiit. Ksm? <..ui.t>,N J., 'ln^h,, )l0e;tf th< Iklcideue Radii. three','biuret weie io st?lr< Mr kU. heoeoU n*>t exoept I .rrewh th out himself, to lake thech'^lrfrfro.nt'* Jk" ? ?? harmed ?Mm .'?? ?. #nt lotI as Is r ,rt w^e the Oik r gave w,^, and ? * wife an 1 t? cbil h-lt were barled io tbe ruHl,*- Nothing "f '.be nr?f..rtuu,.to tietki K b-it the char red eM t^ckeriaj Lcm# were foun I. % IMPORTANT FROM WASHINGTON. Debate in the Senate on the Peaee Adjustment Action of the Honse on the Report of thft Crisis Committee. Ne Settlement Expected from the Present Congress* THE NEW LINCOLN CABINET. TRIUMPH OF THE RADICAL REPUBLICANS. The Coercive Measures of the New Administration. Condition cf Affairs in Chariest a Harbor. Gen. Twiggs and the 8ei*urc of Pablic Property in Texas, fto., &c., fto. THE OUTGOING ADKIH1SIBATION. TIIE FATE OP THE PEACE CONGRESS AD JUSTMENT. Wam!in<;tc?, March 1, Matters look very yk-ornT indeed. A careful o?i)vu? of the Senate shews that the I'caco O-ofcrenoe pr.?y ?i lion will nil gel more than eighteen or t*ODty volos. The Senators from Virginia, North Carolina, Teftag awl Arkansas will go against it. Tbe republi ans will go in a body ogaiist it. They will go for Mr. Bewjrd'i propoei'.ioo for a National Coo venlion. That is as far as thoy will go. They are opposed to Mr. Oorwin's plan. The fact la, tbey do not intend to go fcr ar.y measure tbat will satisfy the border States. AH hope, therefore, of an adjustment is passed. Tho only thirg left >8 Mr. Litooln's Inaugural. Khould that important doscuent lean to tb<{radical wing, all is lost. lbe tt lccli n of Mr. Chase for the Cabinet ha* cast a diep gk>om over the conferral ires bero. The radicals are greatly lejcieed, for they think they have been the uaeaLS of bitaking up the Cabinet. CONDITION OF AFFAIRS IN CHARLESTON HARBOR. Wamjuh.to*, March 1,1M1. The Secretary of War is in daily receipt of despatches from Major Anderson, In which full details aro given of a San a in Charleston harbor. Be states, in his last let ters, that the batteries, fort ideations, and other means of attack and defence, which have been under construc tion, are nearly completed. The impress km is very gene ral that they intend to make an attack on Pert Sumter, unless prevented by the solemn interposition of the Pro vie local Government at Montgomery, Immediately after the 4th of March. It appears that Governor Pickens no tified President Davis to that efl'.ct. Major Anderson believes the attack will be made at night. Tbe administration are aware of tbe fact that President lnvis has urg"d the peoplo not to make a move looking to an attack without first notifying tbe govern ment at Montgomery. It appears that there is a large party in South Carolina who Ignore the Southern corfederacy, and will not re cognise their authority* Others again, who are more conservative, includirg Governor Pickens, are for acting with the Confederate States. THE SEIZURE OF PUBLIC THOrERTY IN TEXAB. Wabihoton, Much 1,1901. Irte'liffnce received here to day trira San Ant into, with di.t'8 to the 18th of February, Rive fall particulars of the Twiggs afl'.iir. It appealr th*t Col Bon MrCullough, on the i ight of the 15th, at the head of eight hundred Texas riu gors, entered San Astnnio, and took posr >?8iou of the United tat< g Arsenal, together with oil the Rt^rej and supplies. McCullougb raado litis move by authuri y of the State Convention. After he had taken ponanioa arid while flawni Twiggs ?q in negotiation with McCul loigh, Twiggs received orders stating that be bu Own superseded, and that Col. Wa'.to would take eommard. This relieved him of further negotiation, anl he immedi ately despatched a meeeeng^r notifying Col. Waiteof what had occurred, and referring the matter to that offi cer, who wa? at Fort Gray. This places the matter in a very different light from the first roporis receive!. Tlie War 1>? pertmcnt wiU fbortly n oeive otiloial information lu regard to this matter from General Twiggt. I'ntil then all proceedings tn bis case will be sn-pcud'U. MISCELLANEOUS MATTERS. Wiwawm, M treh t, l#Cl. rmt worthwBmuvi Bnca??RV. Tlie President has commonle.at .d to the Senate the cor rcrpondence in regard to the Northwestern boundary que* t ion. and the rot lament of the Vancouver Inland controversy. It requires the acti n of the Setate before the mutter can be fully adjusted. The commUsiooeri Lave peiformd their labjr and made their rep. rt TBI or.]ion >mi WjUBH.vnKMl war nkirr. It iF VEdeistocd the President lofoaes to sign the biH apptrpi iaticg two million a&J a h.Jf of dollars for tSf orrgrnand Washington Territory war debt. He do. a not approve of saddling chrms of thm character upon the Ircnmlrg r. n>U istrutinB. TUB tvnm mill cKnurr The railroad ofll</r* of tho line between Wa Ulnptoa and Memphis are h< re, and have snbmf'.te 1 a b?l to the department for carrying tin* foat niatl via I>citakr,C? ltirr bi'f and l/?il?vlle, diverging wrgtwar'i direct from Menp< is, to be carried between the two points in ftliy henrs. THR ARKIMSU OV TllK OMtl HKKKKRH, !*pec',al t/ains are running on the Ifcu'lu.nre and <>tiio Mad r.i 'l Washington rood, to a <nn>roo<|j>te the iir.m use travel, lortrteen c#rs arrived thin miming and evening kktced down with paweg'-rs. Py Moiiiay Um whole ???rihwe?t will te here.. an<! t very m?n expects an of.ee ARMY A.vr NAVY RMIUVJkTI IMS. Ftrst Ijeutenauts Andrew L. Ilaye?, of Alabama. a d O'orge Holme*, of Florida, the I fitter a nVlvi of ibe htute of Ma.ne bavo rctgticl ch.lr p 'ItiM* ia th- Mi rlne corps, and return to their r npective tln?S Mo-. tonajitx B?: ey acd Mootg< mery, of Goorgii, bo'h of the artillery, have alttu resign*1!. The republican Di-'tpbois 0" the <rtilo State Senate liave sent to Mr. LtMohi the^r xaaidoiis i?- ntaiew* .ti.m for Hi Coifa.v for Po-tmatfer JSeneral The steauier Pawnee arrived here to da) from Phila delphia. The Marine corps, art rsjmniod by their band, took lenv ,.f President rtiuhauan tn <1 ?y. Mr. IToreree't nan e aiioiild b?ve I- ei pr'nt?<: anmg the ) i as on the d < laratory rt Mitutk cs i ep wic 1 by the CnwiiriltVe if la'rty three. It is c irrently t>poite<i that Llncjta'l Cnbioot ia |.r<km co, Seward retiring Ntm.ii Cancroo w.w n> pVicet! in tlio Treasury Uepartment. In ih u of Ch.we TI1IHTV-8I.VTI1 CO>UUKSS. ??CONS 8KHSIOH. ?enart. WlMMRV, Mar li lflMI. Mr Ki>t, (rep ) cf N. V., presonted a petition of the f7<qmnk BepuMican Wnb of y>ra- 'i?o f<rth?('ol'n and u^HitiF t ri mpiosalsa; a'so a DinntxT < f cttw? psti: m?js of the nine (Imis< tcr. Meamk. Tfc.\ liv, (r p.) tf N. J , tnl tM'MWH, (rep.) of 11 , pr? vented petitions for tho Ui'oti anl oonHifi tlon as It is, and tho ?mloirnwen of tho la m. Mr. Cwixrt, (epp ) of Pa, pr on-mi-Mi a large B>mW of p?itt<on? In fsvtr of the Critten li? rowohili""* Mr. Wit.' IXM|,(rep.) of Minn., preeent<xl a UrKr DUM ber of | rtitl 'tis for the I'nWm nnd agilii?t l oniprrmtv> Whk rtlwtolDMtW, IT ->n> exten?i'? of slaverji; alto a pt tit < n for the inlief of Kausr*. Mr. Oim .wi, <opp.) of Ky., prf-? nted p"'ltton? fipni crtlrer,* of fW^frtu ftaWM, ueklnc IMMifHRtf pe&t e and the pri m rvation of thf t*? Ion. fevtrnl rrlvate hiiis were pirn I. il-> rfMMM siiowlagOemaoMr?PanMMM rroo've ?. (tout of )aa>t i n<l a sword f-inn KiltlW^SK w i* talfn up at d av ndrd ho Ml to strifc*1 out the grant, of l*od and pewi'l Ibe bill to re'nsWr.iro f'orr.Bi.?dftte r.vukil for Ms tn a tn the snit brought against htm h t pert ins In Walker's expedition, w*b lahtD up -Ad po??i. TBK PVomuilUN OF T1IE l"KJk?* 00H01U9H. Tho report from the So?. ct Oomolttee oa the Peaeo Convention prop ?itlan sad tho Ci iu*td?a propjuiten w?e UA en up. Mr. r?oixii_v.-, (opp ) of Til., asked that tho resolutions fioia Iiii' Houbc bo taken up, aud #gr< ed to. ir. iUHiw, (i>pp-1 oi V* , s*kl they ought to be sent to a committee. to m ko :h at uitelligtnle. object ions woie made to Ukiog up tho resotu'tons. Mr. 8?w-?rd, (rep.) of N. y., offered hie joint resolution Jfl a hill 'hit lute. Mr. lli'*?u?. (opp.) ef Va., moved to strike ont tho (lr?t at tide el the I'cai v Congi e.-.s proportion and l.i3o:t tho lircl ru ijric of thuCiiitubiiiio i evolutions. Mr. Cii?':ma.v, (opp.) of N. 0 , rawed a quottioa of or der ugainet ac> aatenameull. Mr. MrWiUO cltumed uiat the ameucim-nt <->f tboSmitor fruu Virgluu Wvjid ch>u>gt like whole char.i i r oi 'ho proptaitioa, which would then not be tho rMvinn a (Ion of the l?v4ce (Xngret* :.ud the State* represent' d, buli>ui<ply of Coujjrcw. Mr BuiiMt, (opp) of Pa.,-sp?ko against the propr iety of maJtiug *n.?ui mciiU. Mr. fluKttt c.'uUodeil that It woe porfeody In order to amend a pri'i? fcitiou vhich wan cousido id dangerous and ?bkh ou?ht uot to t>o adopted.

Mr. Txt-imvu, (top ) of III, thought tho proposition name in tho same manner as a petition or resolution of fttod by au individual senator, and omld be auiei led. Aft?sr boiLO further discussion the Chair (Mr. Kitch) de ciuod the uuicqUjim Lt In order. Mr. buid be offered tbo amendment ?a tho 1rat a fcoi ub to carry out tbo will of his State, w. Ich <io cuuoa tbo CrUloLdca resolutions as a batis on wh>uh it would settle. Mr CijlKk, (rep.) of N. II , sug^-sted that tho Senator oDli the Crliuudiu jesolutkus as >t wh'do, aud not In a tei v a. Mr. livKTSR continued. Wo naul that hi cmxidered tbin & wtrfo propositi d fur the South tbau uuy yet ottered. He argued that the wokis, "st.tus of persons k?M to labor Lot to be changed," votkl prevent auy change in the position of slives, even preventing eu u> t.t>ation, aud wuo aubatituting taw lAtin lor the pkt'ti and niutlly l^nriwh of the CrUU'n.l<-i> rc^oluti' in ll? co.i U udcd alBM that itp:ovide<l I ur tbo u'tileiaon, byja >:<h hppomuii by a p.<uy which entertains >u> opiith>n th it tbtre could tot be property id una fuo South w?M thttu koce tho ai<vanup? of ihe lirotl cott decision, llo read a portion of tl.e ChiOrtKO plai "rm in rogitrd to the frve Torritorks, and cukI tho SxitU wan an Hod to nubinit !t* qu. Ptior of r'i'liih to juoki* l iora h pirty holding suoh i pluion. He ocntcrdel that -inder ihe>e proper It k>h iho toulb ootid ro\ur a-^uiro n.ore utrntory, aud Vb?ir i doj tn ii would oLly t o an mdu' kh Lt to dixinWu, >t wouM a'most form ihe ! order StuUa t > go into Ilia Wi'i'h. ern c >nio<iorii?5y, wb? re ihoy o.miIi io i are territory. 1U sai'l the {kovision that Cookh rs ?u.Jl piovide tor ibdho onrliv of '.Itizcufi of cach sutc to tho prl?iu*|ios <.n l iai nuiiiikr oi all, ro:.tain?'d me 8>>ods -if civil .iar, and might impose a daog -rous class of o t.x-ms on the -io'i.a BLcb as .ibolltion leciurets, to , iurt ilioogbl b boit U> teavi thi quihtvoii to the bouor of tb>! ?itito. Cha prcseut coL?'ltut:on ha-! b' en expounded an<l w is well under stood, but th?HO prupositl >ns axe lull o' dou*>t a-l d>:U cultios. He (aid he bad bo-u jiioru.od '.bit tbo 1 c?co CotgroFf i ever took a Tote ou tho p<opos>t) <u as a whole. Mr. !V>ournK, (opp.) of Wis., said ho hid he.ird tho same. '.hlug. Mr. lli'niwt raid bo kuew a majority of hi? owu Stite vot< >i against It, and raid lbat be undo? stood the Hut^es of Virginia, Kentucky, Teiitws'ee, North Oirolina ?ind Call ornia bad i>ai I that ibey won 11 sm'.L'O o>? the Critten den plan. Why not, then, aiopl th.. plan'/ Mr. Onnimx raid the rtpresoututi im of some twenty States bad presented these proportions and <teked Coa grcss to present them to tbo people, an<i th mght that was tho enly question that bad to bo entertained If tbo l egislatures of tliuo HUt-u had pr< a nted the saino pro positions, It would not have been pr< per to am end ihein. Iho (piettlon was?WouM w* con>|dy withihi Peace iVin vciitlon or not? He was ready to mi riu?)o hi? own vlewj; tie wanted to save the oounti y? (applaurso In tbo galle ries) ai.d was willing to aroept ot anything that wo'ild do It. Mo would vote against his own pmp-jsiiinn* and in favor of these, emanating fiom the highly respectable body, In hopes of a pacific s*ttleinout lie cootcnd'?I tbat these pioporitions gave ths doutb the best possible security for their rights, waa enoofh for the dtoa<lful occasion, and it whs tbo dreadful o cwrhiu which ho wibhedtoget rid of, und would trust bi posterity and Providence to cvo.d fntnro troubles. Mr. M?fon said it was a< great duty that devolved on tlx Fee ate In proposing amendments to tbo constitu tion. For one be onuld not egree to any nii".ndni?ni8 unless tbey had the sanction oi onsci< rn o and >idgm"nt. He referred to the troubles arising out ol' tbo laxt eiee tion.and to tie eomunttee wl.i. li wo, e I >riua 1 i i tvjtli bouses of CoLgre?s on the subject, an<l which could not agree. He referred ?Ho to the C'tiv?ri'.ion call'-d by bis own honored Ktate; bnt be ooiild not reeo-nmond the plan of th*l Convention at fall. Virg.:.l t kuow tbxt her rights would not be eafo uudrr tie pirty which tri timphed, so she cilled a Convention to eeo i' Je r rights could be secured by the Kates. Hut If that Cinven tion proposed a plan which nut only not seoores tb; rights r>l the Foutb, but takjs away what little it h.*s, he would be a tiai'or if h't did not de nounce it. He then proceedtd to urgito sg.ilu<t the proposition of the Convention, ? l.timiog that the lirst Hcction cut th'i Kouth of all her i^hts id Vi9 uorth rn portk n of the forritory, and left thom to l:nr?ttlt In tho other pirtRin. It left their rlfht to tb? ouimon law, and be ?x>nte!ided tle>t tho judiel.il expounUe: ;i oi me iomnion law In th; Iroo States doircd any ri^M of projKirty iu RUB. Mr. CunTKMiia repiiu to Mr. Vum, con'onding that (be propositiiua or Ue (>m vent ton were for tbo security ot toe right!) or the 8Mlb. TIm (1 Wcucckoti w** o.i tiD.H-U by Mc-*ra. R.-agg, Mam, CiuiPDiIcu, Tvlk nod Pugh Hi. RiBHl, (rep.) of Oregon, said lie lutci ded to vote Tor the |uo| oeitioL* as tlu'y w re,and x ibmit them tot.!) ? people at lariat'. Tbe country w.is m uroat |m<i i!, and bo vat told that the><c measurer., if pi-soil, won' 11.1 moatae tLu different*; therefore be thought lio would do right to H.biniUli p ttio fueotioa to tho p" ?pie. Wuy not rubratt the i>ro|H -ii.on>> lor ajiproval or rej- -tloui Me would not bLnt bif t-ji* to the fact tliut twenty HitV-Huppotiled to iir , and tlu.t states bad n<coded. Kupp wo the .tj'omenta of tho Senator from Vhgiuia are Wuo, m thai tuiy reaamwhy wo kboold nut submit the prop^iuoim to tho people? U? tbo people reject lk*n It u> their biuenetw, noi ours; atl t if tho people accopt tb'.m, tlica th"v aro m?is.n<wi uf pi acc und union. The Senator from >..gtuu objected to the propositions, that was one re?? in v. by bo (Mr. IU ker) agreed to them; and if Vfrglt ia, s represented h<re, agreed, he should immediately begin MumM If tbete propositions will satif'y tbc bord r s'Utoa be would 110 for them heart and soul. Hut he woe not voting to day; ho wan limply submitting them to the ppople. Theie wr.i danger U> day, and lie km w be did no harm In giv'ig the question to tbe people. If tho !? ojJo did not like it, Id them rejeft it. 1/ events cliPtngo no much he wna willing to violate the Chicago plalfotm. It tu not the constitution of ibe t'nited States Ho was will ing to give up a great d. al to preserve the government to our frltnds In Kcrtuiky ana ivcnofctfc, but not anything to secession in Scutb Carolica and l/iuit-Uuia. but h< thought bo did not give op much. lie b-lievod savory wan wrong, and he believed under then-* proposition* the foul bletof slavery would r.ot bo extended over any terri tory. H< thought oil.ois also gave up a gruat deal, aud be wm willing to m"ct tbr m ball w iy. He hoped to boor words of pea e and kindness from Yr. I.'ne -In, and he c, peeted to hear iu refpen.-e a h>mnot peace, bop< . ,d irmt. Ho trusted a great de^l to. time and pattc..^o therefore he thought the b ?t thing" he could do wa? Ij voto for tlnf e resolutions. Mr Ok>?j?, (opp.) of Mo., raid be tognrdoi. this the mist promimnl q islkm p\er In ought beioro the .ioaato. He was willing to m?ke btms. if ? burnt offering on tbe altar of sacriliee; but he would noi take one of iho pr >po fitions of the I*raoe <'ooferinee, which involved a dfnor lion of safety and honor. Tho poo pit 0>uld not stund by tb* m, and lie wi iM not vote for th m lit wa not wllllrg to lenvi' any question to doubt: be n.mt have It plain and micq'ivoivil, im sustiiu ed bv tbe h?&iU of iho pe'ifilo, or i l"c we will not be ars elated with cicli p>'>ple. We must ottber make a permanent I'nrm o- a norm ineot w| ataiKfo. Tbooo prrat sittooo of tho po?.e Convention arc the merest twai:d'e, but t!i OrWIondon riflolutinns bave r<rre ron*o. We must Inve tb' right of property rettled beyond a doubt everywhere. Who i uMta freedom rstx-tiil ai d rlaveiy lo&il when the go.enmont found ev?ry SL.to h* l slrvos. and hal tho rl^ht of transit tbrfi.gli l'? nsarlvsala? lint no Senator can iomi through u fioe State ?i. li s MIVBlt now. and iseompe'led wh n bo goe? home to avoid what is call d < free sml.'' If Ibis tbtig i^< net corre<.'fd th u we mim. divide He raid bo nev r Vpxled ta tpca bis mouth m iho Srt.f.tc ?ga!n rxr'pt to wle, ?nl lia mini mr Ms kopes tf the Inkn were al gtno H" bel.< ve<! tbe die wir eaat, nnd t!i"rc wr.s such hWlk feeitrg that we 0"iild tot live tog< ?ber lie had walto-l In v?in I or u reec'l<n of foebrg at tbe North (h - ? into I B<ne fit tb'' ), but mne <? ime, and h" bellovOd WO mnet divide. He w>>?not a s -eeesifnlst, but wet driven to ref irati m. Tbeso seeming ; rsoe r'opupltimis wore oniy ntni',f'd t" lull old Virgin11 uu ' etho-,?tati'S; but If th'-y cr" wi-i thpy will ?sr ke tho bb ?v in tltno and go to tbo ooofedirtcjr wbe-e tl.iy ran !?.* t their rlg^,^. I* It pf?nblr tbot *t.y S' nitf'"r <*111 ttnd"i take to popport tbejo *il?h\vaib> twad-'loretrohrtletu? lie r^vor wwld vote for tn m,end ?tekf4 bia reputation, wh.itevor the con^o *t;en< ea, *??* bin votf. Mr. W.?tm, (l?p.> ofOblo. nu.do r motion to adionrn, but j oki?'d to Mr. I ?ne. Mr Tni inrri rrr? wed tbo mHlon, sod snld It was tvldctl tbat tbere whs to s' ij ii g liere dri lling ttie propoeivlM, wbloh Is totrnded Ii r ttie b ird->r States, wb> i tbo border Hntrs t ?j tbey >*llJ hire none rtT it. T1 ? nMien war dwagreed tov? Y?oi 17; niys31. (*n motion of Mr Nirfitja, tbo re#olutio?* from tbe Ho' sc r'-re tsk':n up, atd note tbe ap.ecl ii order for to ifcrrrew at t?r-lve o'rlc V Mr. I.**-*, (opp.) of Onfrm, p-ncoerted to ri>eik lo fator of the t;ritten<'eo lSOiiP'tloM, ebiraotor'>zing the r< rrdotiota of the Convent)* n ne a c!i< at tinj a bnrabng, WbrS Mr. (Inrirs moved to adjourn. Carried?Yeak SI; Ba>i ?2. Ilovao of R?prriratatlvn< WiUMttWor>*, March 1,180I. Mr. Pi?iv<i, (opp ) of y.i., f. an ibeCoonmitleo of Ways and Meant, Kported a bill, wbt*h w?? p?aaed, rngulnting tbe value of tbe new Mlver ''Kin of Austria, In custom house comf>tit?t|on , at IS In too c uts llr. W.'siimiiw*, (rop,) of |i!., movwl to postpone tbe repott of the Committee of Thirty thres till tbo Ith of July. The 'nuiiirrt said tbe putje t would n A com? up fhr an hour. Mr. Et.v, (rop.) of N. Y., unfueoosefully asked for action on the bi'1 for an e*'envlnti ta Me. Hlbley, cm tractor of lb# Pacific telegraph iino, tl'l OeternVr, 1M.J, for tbe completion of the same The Hoiieo then eonslderod tbe ^p",<tp> amrndtneots to tbo A' my bill. Mr. Pmavr, (rep) of M. Y , prpaeoted s petition from oiltione of Wd)l#v|l)e, ??ei* York, aga'ust any attend incut* lo Iho omalitutioB. ihm hwoKTorTtniciura wmnm The ?ra.tx*ji atpounced '-be bunuiujs in order was 'hi report of lU Committee ot Thii ty iIum. Mr. L0VMOT< (rep ) of IU., moved to poetpoco tt Ui the 4th of July. The Sra-iam quoted the rule, that r member reporting * D.easure nity open and cloee (he debate, lie therefore awarded (he flour to Mr. Cut win. Mr. Lonuoi replied that the debate wan not now either to be o|?'D< d or cloeed. Be appealed from the deeit-mn of the Chair, *hl>h (the 'atWr) ihelt?i?o auetauiol. The pending prcpontkm was read, vix :?"An act for the Aduiifgitin of New Mexico into iho United Statoa of AlnOlrt'*." Mr. Ut it win, (li p ) of Ohio, de<miug an explanation unneees nary, di tutnd'd tho previous queaiioo on a third rendii'ir and ilie ecgroat Blent 4f the bill. Mr. ilirKUit.N, (ten) of l'tt , moved to lay It ou the kvble. Carried?114 "gaiuft 71, af> follows ? Yiras??!? ibis. Alan, h, Alley. Ashley, Avery, Babbitt, B?aH 1'inj lit.m, hlulr, bhike, StK'oek, Holder, Boullgny, Pribsi n, hr mb, Hray ton, ISufllnguin, Hurilnpurni'. Burnett, PuiDl.uni, t'any, Carter, i use, Coburn, Colfax, Conway, Oo vode. lialge oi N. C., Davis of Ind., BeJarnotte, Duel), 1 d>. rion, Idtnund. on, Ednarda, hit l, T.ii. Kurna vorth, Fiuin, Knry, Kioreme, Koatir, Frank, flaroett. Cooth, Graham. i.iow Hale, 1 task In, tiaii. n, lllehinan, Bindi. an, I!? ui?!, Biwardot Ml h , Itiuni'li'ey, Huteblua, livlue, JfLl lu*, k.ilot* (.1 Mich, Leach oi Midi , L.:aeh of N. u., Lt. ke, tee, l oiitio ekir, Lamli, I.o\ej >y. iiaciay, Meratop. .Varln or Va . Maynard, Metiean. Morrill, Morse NcUnn, Nlbiatk. Olln, I aimer, FerT', tbelua, i'otlwr futile i'rycr, Qnarltn, K R. "einolfi*,J. H R? ynoldi, Kobioson 0" II., lii yee, ?cdgwkk, Kmith of N O.,?omea lipinner ste vena, bte .< art of Pa , lappan, Thoinaa, Towpliins, Train Trimble, V:>loiudlghuui, Yante, V,.ndivej, Va i Wyck, Vtade, WVdton, Wniton. Wa-lilurn of His. wasbburneof 111 Welle, V; liit> iey, W U*on, WlLdom, Wlnslosv, Woodr uSf, Wi <ni ton, Wrirbt?116 N*t;i?iii inuoi' Maat, Adama of Ky., Adraln, Addison of Ky , I'arr, Briiirs, Bmpiow, Br.j-.vr , Burr.h, Itui tu>field, Oaiiip bell, B. V. Clara t lark or M? , t'leim na, '"lurk It. Or chrane John ? icLrrt .?, riiukHng, Urrwin, Cox, O.i,; of Mo . D&vt<? or Md., IiKoey, i>lmnilck. Uunn, Bntliab, Hth'riiiiie, Konke, Ollno r llaill^ of >!d lltrri* uf Mo., iialnior, Bowtird of u , Mughea .ini.ktu, Kellogg of 'II , keojon, Kit p.ir. Klllu *er, W uukeL Litri: ee, Lo^ai., Vmli. ?, n.,riln o 0 , MoKei.iv, MoClernn-d, McPbei son. MaKnlgbt, Mil -on Mr Oio, Mi oil.end. Mo*- a of > u , llorrj of 111, Ninon, wot!! ^eiidlpion, ii'iii, Peyton, ''orter, nioe B'fig", Mckli m Hin mm, ."latilliis. f>tunt?n, Htev?n?in, Blew art of Md , Mok>n, !? iration, Thayer, WeKat?r, Wor.d?71. 1 lie Hoi ce nest oouaidered the nmnudnK'nt of an act for the remlilt. n of n gitivea In ni labor. JMTKtKtKT or T1IK *(T KOR TIIK KKNDITIOV Or lUUITnUtl rsoM i. a Him. Pt> It et anted by Ibe Krn?te nod llouae of l'>pr"a-nt itlvo# of the I niurt Staiea of # mericu in t'onRivM a w m^led. That every perron arrerlrd under tl.e lava oi teflrw for the d>'. liv, ly up ?t I uyi i?ea I n m lab. r, nh.ill bu prrviucel be'oiv ^ Con t, Judee. or nnnlsklouei?, mentioiied in the Uw ap pitiV'd tl e tjsth of September, ldMt,lortbo btan urVnrrnory wkrreiu ilie ?riei-l may he made; at d upon *neh privtii-tlon 01 the perira t. i;Hter with the pr. >ls motitio I d In lh? nljttli er ibe lenll. ?rett u of auld act, auob Oourt, J udao or Comtoia ahjtii r. rh.il pr>*eert io hear and eonntder tan ?unt> pub'.C); nod II *ucb Court, Judue, or Comrninxioncr ia (>f oi iuIod tb.it tbo p. rron inrnit-Hl owea UV?or or service io ibe clalmnni arvordlng p> tie laws of any other Mnt?, Terrrilorj , or ih? HlHiriet of Columbia, and eerajw d tin rrlrom, the I'ourt, -ludgo or <}o>nii:li>loner ahull nuiic out and deliver to Hie citimant or hia u;etil a oer. ttti<-i.te Hating Ilium far a: and il ibe xaid lugiUvu xli tlL ip in ib# dc-lislon of the Court, )udj;e nri)i,nmt?siiiiii-r biding made kro* n io him, aver'h<i be i< frnc md di.eg i?ol owe a^.rvl ;o il I.iIkt avoiding io th? Inw or the Ntate or rorritorv t>i which be ia io lie iPlumed aueh aierment shall he onierod tpeu ibe i i-ililii>ite, and ihc IukiUvo rh?ll be dellvoivd by ilte Coui t, .'tidge oi Coiuniiraiouer lo the Marahal, to be by bim taken and CelWeiod n the Marfbal of the United rtateafo' the Haie tr dletriet from ?bleb tru fugitive ia ascertau ed to bave lit d, whi ahnll produee aaid fui;i'lTe be fore one of the Jndgea of Ibe Circuit Oourt of the I riili'd Ma'ea for the laat menttunrd Hia'o i>r district wlu : ? ?uty it i-lell i,e If rail all, ted fugitive ahall j ersiat .n hU avi-imeiit foilhtvllb, or at tfio next term ol IheOlicuit ('ot.rl, to i aiue a j iiv lo Deeniparnelled and Kworn to try the ieai.e whrther rur h fn<lilve owea Uhnr orperviee t-? th? per. ?i n by, 1 r ?>? be'ialf o vbom. he ia rialmed, and a true vnr dlet io fiive ai ioid oft to ilie evidence; on which tml tbe fu gitive a).ail be eulitied to the aid o' miiio-i'l and to prifc'eaa 'or I'rocurliiK r vi?ie?.?*??, at ibe c*?t of the I'niled HvuU a. aud up >n mi b ill oLr g the Judge (- ha 11 render judgmont, and c\ufe Hal J fnglthe fo be iiell\, red to theelnlman , or returned to ihu place where he whs m rested, at Ibe ejpenaeor the Uniieu fetaUf, acet idlng to tbo ttndinir of He Jurv; and If the .Iwfgo or Tvurt be not mlblied with the verdict, be may amae auolber juiv lo lie euipuiineiled irirlhwlib, whoae verdi t fchallbehnal. And It ahull be the duly of said mv-shaJ, h> de.Hvi ring mt<! alleged fugitive, to take from the niarah^l u' tie fta'.e from wbieh said fugitive Is al;eged to have ei -i.Dod, arei titlcate wknnwledging that said alleged fugitive had ber.n deiiterid to 1. in, givujc a mif/iit desorfp kin of satd ..Ueg?d lu^itiv , wlich irrtUl'-ate aball be authenticated by Iho Tniled Ma ei Mrlri. t Judge, or a CommitsiO'ier of a United Hi..tea Court fur Mid Ftale Ircm wbloh said ftig'tlvo was ?J. lesed In have e?o#ped whi:b eertifloate shull he hied In ihe ?iMlee ot Iho Clerk Of Hhe I ruled States District couii f>r the Hate or cistii i In whicb raid ni'eged fugitive v.r ls at l/eil, w 111. i n sixty days trom the date of tb-> Uli si i f raid l iglilve; and should a,Id mir^.iial fail to com ply with the prnvjkh ra of thin set, he shall lie deemed guilty nl ii intsd?mi sner and shsll be punimed by a tin) ot one tbonrsnd do lms, and Imprlaoned lor tlx rnontha and aniil bis i u.u lino Is paid Hit. 'i And I e it further enacted, That no citizen of any Htale i hull la) uipelied to aid Ibe marshal or owner of aay fugitive in Ihr rupture or detention of such fugitive, unl-M wben foiee la employed or reasonably apprehended to pre v?nl ruch caplme or de>< niion, ioo powerful to ba reiliUtd the marKl il or owner; and the fee* of ibe Conuniaaloners *1 | oinii d tii'di r the am of ilghteenib rjepuiunber, eigliteen l.ui drid luiI iifty, rhall he leu dollars fof-every case heard and deteiu.lned by Much wmmlaaioBer. Mr Bita vax moved to table it, which was disagreed to?73 igalMl 104. Mr. VaiUkMriiiniu^ fi pp ) of Ohio, wked Mr. Oorwia to withdraw hitt'cmnnl fo? tbo prevluun queetion t> enible him to offer at on amep i men*, tho Oral tectioo of %lr. Clay'n piopotltioii >u it-SO, to rr.q i'ro the cliimani to (firo to..d that ill nil p< ri 'ttgitive : bu 1 have a trio by Jury in tho ?lat? fri rr. which he fled. Mr O kwin urelinid. Mr Hidima.n moved to poBtp nc the hill fill MonJiy, at lb vrn o'clock. ? ibe 1-itm i.e ruled lht> notion .tut of order. ? Hie bill pit"<l? !rj ii f.iinet 82, ia follow* ? Yilak.? Ai'mi. ) of Ry., ,\d'aia, A'drtli, Aoueifin of Ky , Fabhlft, I'arr. I'lalr, fiiayinn, Hriatow, Ilurvh, I!iir llc.nnc, Jtiiiahmi. Rottertt Id, I'empb'l), Carter. C.ii", (I. mm, (.turn J CochrjDo, Colfa*, Conkllag, Oorwin, Cnvodi. r.'hVlH of Mil., rtavix of It>d , DcUii >, iMmmick, I urn. Id ward*, HI, frrij, rouke, French, Ourtey, bale, ' IlaB, L'uniii cf .vd Uh'I ii, IlelmloV, Hand, liowirj <? nHs llnvnd i f M'.eh., Bumii!ir?j, .ItiriMn, Krlloni! of Ulrb., fci'llofre <il ill , K>-n>or. hiVoie, Killiuci r, Lei, umi II tker, loom a, .M:iri>t.in, M?ilin >>f bbh, Modern mil, Mi Kuin, h rkenly, VvKMfth*. Vet'lieinon. Mltlward, Miiore head. Mnrrill .Mill Not l'i mi , Mot rin of 111., Minn, niio. I'n'ripr, Ptnj', l'ettw, Porter, Pettle, J H Reynolds, HW, hi^p- Kobli:>on of K. I . Kn> ln?on of 11L, KcrtriUin, t-icklt'K, HpauMinu, fptniwr, hiiEti't. Ktrattoa, Ihurr, Th-aimr, li iiil'kiiw, Train, TrUubio, Walton, Wlndom, Wood, Wood I n IT-<>2. N?\ ?- Aclili'V, Avery, Hi.rrett, Scale, Hlinhum, BUke, Ro no- If, l oltilrr, Ifi'iillpr.y, l'rab<win. Hin.ch, Hro" n, Buriini(ton. Hiiriii it, Carey, H K. Claik, (lark of Mo., Onway. Cfalge or N. Lawn*, lluell, F.r'f rrUin, hjiriurnl-tm, Eliot, Kama worth, Frn'on, Florence, Foster, FraDk, (Jarnertt, oil n.er, Gcocb. i.'row, Ilnrrla of Va , lliVtn.vi, lliiiitman, Hoffcee, Hutchlra, Irvine, Jenklna, Kunkel, l^'h of Mich . I.eacb < f N. C., I.cake, Lovej.ty, Maolay, Mallurv, Martin 01 Va.. M.'iynxrd, HIiIboii, Nc.aon, Nlblack, Not II, rendu ton, I'eyti n, I lielpj, l oiter, Vu.trlea, Rmee, HuCiu, Ned jwl.k Mu irif, Rtmea, Mevena, 'Itcv enann, Ktokr., Taupun. Tboanaa, W.i.ndiil.iiii\ Vance, \ no Wytk, Wade, Vi tldron, Walhbum Of Win , \Vaihmiineui 111., Well*, Whittley, Wllaou, Wlnalo*, Word-nn, Vrlpbt?H?. The rcxt rod last bill In the b< rieg was tak< n up. ]t to OK follt/Wf:? iHrXIHINT or TP* ACT FOB TBI*. RF*MTIOH Or Ft,<!IT|Tll* rao* jc*tick, B* It mai led by the Senate aad llonae of It pr?fnta'ivna ol ilie I'DlUd Mate* of America, In t'oncrrita aaeembled, Tka eveiy |? i?n charged by intllcum at or other aatlrsfai to ry > \ Idf n< e, >n ar y Mlat'-, with treaaon, felony or other .*rltn<), Cntt milled within ibr JtiriHllclt<>n of ancb Ma' % who ?hall fl< ? or : hull I are Hi d frotu jntlKi-, nod be found In nnoth'T ftlitll, in ihc aenikn.1 of the Eieinllve hu IVsrliy of the frui* from ?j.ch he fl>-d, upon the Dialilet Judge cf the I nltrd Mite* of itin di-trl t In <? I .lob he nay bofi.nnil, fx-urrented and brought bef..r<' ? till Mi 'fir, who, on bcii g uitUliril tb?t he la ilia prmon iliHrgrd. :>nd lhal he Wtia within the Jurltdlctlon or aacli KtiIi at the time Biichcnmi ??? cnmniltted, of which tuch chuif ehall lm I",a pirir i vlderiie, ahall deliver hira up to l.e r> m?n*?d to the Htjite hnvlng lutiadl -tinn of t be orlm?; .ied II ai'> on cf lawaliHll ?rirr during auch etamintilun H rn.'.v be taki n < n (iifjitlnns by writ ol errrr to the t'irculi t'..i it. Mr. Ci i.win ixt'l.ilcfd the prov irloiu of the bill, s*> lo* it ?aa to can jr out a cvr-'iintu.inl require merit, 'hr com mltt< c JenliI' |: to avohl tlw; (outrnoicicry dcciM'in mado by g vciMi.- cf .-taUrt. who were not c. mpcl nt Jud^' ? of cor.MltntM.nhl l.iw Itr Wun nr. Copp ) of I>el , Mt<l thie bill win the ?rrnt<ft' iitie koi'WL t ? * aid coi.aoliaaticMi, aud wac vio iHiive of th? rtf tits of every ^Uto. Mr. Mm.on, (trp ) of Vk., argued th?t it war incum bent 01. ilit l< <*.ertl ^oTornnunt to p ovide Uie n c u ry Bui< hltiMT f? r ili? cxrcuilon o; the 0<icfUtiti'>uul powe:v 'Ihi bill w i? lejcctcii by a Vte of 47 ttg>iu,'t 12<! Mr Cn^w fr? p ) of r* , uk'-d to pio-.ood to the ion r ?ii ratli n oi tmritortei iiui wm Tlis M i .tKJit Mked kare toj>r?fCDt tin prooueUiii^t of the 'Tic" f^ rgfc?i'. Oiccr.rne wrre mide by Mr. Wawiiu hit, (re;> ) of 111.. i t.d n tic.a. Mr (iep ) of Pa., did not wiuit U> be u* John i Tylt r'" e, r. Bmr iraflrp rrnd. "Mr. M> '.uwMii, (opp-) of 111., moved to *i epend , It* lll.t s ll'.-i w** gnat fi.fuiion tome naitl tLsy wjibcd . ? o c r tK*f ft .ire Irpotnii! b-aincs. Vr. I't.nn r* (oT'p ) of Ta., in a loud tone, a^kod J ?1>M couiti lie more mipt rtutit thaii the |ku< e of the I I.HIJV J!*. ( i "W (t nU-tit't d ih.'it Tt^rllorlal biwioeo^ to set (ftll 'or ct-n?lj??nlloti ii'ter Mr. Corwln'i report w?* dig pti^ ri1 of, anri ?ln> lormrr n >w c ime up. '.c -I K4KKK ovenaled Ibn puiut. Mr l,r- W apptwl -rl from tbr di e.trl >n. A not un waa rr.adi> to I iy tbo apptul on the 'abW>. M' Pri >:tt, (opp.) of Xy ,mt<t, aa the ?fti?< t of iho tntv -*at: to prerct t it vute on the peace propt* Uona, be <em.ini'rd tin yfaa and uays. Mr I'r* ?! c. (rep ) r.f Mlcb., moved to adkmeB. At 'In po'nt. Ilvfi o'clock, the SnuxirndfcKrei *rrcr?w til) ?c\. n o'cit ck, in net ordancs with pioviojii order. ?VINIXIi HK88I0M. Tlie ftatcd the question wbioh wan p*>nd>n? %t tbr time ihc (tov?e took a ie(MMk Mr. Bk ' maw anovad a oall ol the Hotiao. Mr. Mr "i mMAftn propoecd that the report Of the IV-ioe C' t.fctt net be taLen up and rt ferret to a oonimittee. Mr. )A>t i hit objected in Mo Mr. ntrwir.* ?Can the obk-ctkw of a alnfile member jiievcMtlic reception of the proceeJlnga of the I'mc^ Ckiidt ri'Dccf Mr. LovrjiiT?Such a coafcreaca if uot known u thli b<>dy. T? o t*rr iran aakl It waa evMent that a qnorntn w?m not prcaent. IHiricg thi caU of the Hotier, Mr. Rtotiiai, (t-oo. i < f Mil., n#eUia high qocetioll of prlvil- it'. It eta iblt the v'crf?eMit :?t- Aima brir.R before tho bv tho ? nUi Caiqliai irminbcrit. Tli?y h*v<> fe?en ayatemati :ati* aiMoat lr?.m the Mh to Uio 'iOth of ifcemhor, very inm h In the detiimearf ?>l the buakneee of the Uouao. It m high time we almakl aaaert oar diftilty. Mr. SrAitni*, (rep.) ?w Ohio. 1 hope not. TVi imblic biWilMWa k?l not auBTered the aiiglitoet detriment, imt RA?aan hkat. Mr. fcai-*?ww, (?|?p.) of Ky., troio theoommiUeeon Kit ctHnia made a re|>ort adrerao Vi the petition oi Mr. 1 Conway, of Kareaa, for rompraaati m for the i>btir? Otr> gie?a, com lutling with a ree???utttii that Mr. Oopway-n p?r dwm lie eMianaiod from the day the State wm adraittrd, and be a worm iu. Mr. l(A?jritt w*, of 111 , Aentod to tffer an amttitlmeM re'eiring Jo lb* AMoriify (koeraJ 10 -feeWe on Um lena lity of ttie claim. Mr. .-TV i-Shwn objected. The. resolution wa? adopted. Mr. mo??J U*.t the MU wd ITih |Olnt rulen be nrpended. Iheae provide thai no bi 1 ehall be a?nt from lion6? lo the oilier wtthio m? Wt '.^rr>. ,UyK q[ ^ ? ei-fion, fur i-occiirrente, nor shall :i-y i?n in, printed to ibe ft eaxicut t.u the last day ot the sit>. . .u Mr. MfOrKHSATD proposed that ibe Moose take a veto U>-morrtiw at eleven or Iwelvo u'cloo* on .ho Feaoe Oon ferenee'proixt itloss. Th? would avoid a needless eon aumpticu ?i thno. Mr Wjo-ui {fx, c,t 111 , wu willing lo vote fairly anj :qiuirel) to a?iN ud il.u rulta to Ukn it ap fr. M. Cikri v.M)?If factkHU! members object, wo will meet it by rcteluiion. Mr. Auiumm <up ) of N. J ?I move to eu^pond the rulea to i?-t lr iho t'eace proposition. Tho PnuKint, in reviewing his former declaion, a%id the Tcmiorlal buauu w waa now in order. Mr Uxow v.an willii g a vote Should he tabfn on a aim pcntii n of ice mlea'tcr the reception of the >*t?aco Confe rence proi* attit n Mr. McC ixi^na.^d mat*e a motion accordingly. S< iro one pi?P<*: d U>at th?i be consider. <| a test quea t'OP. To -bit: winnl objectkuh were made I.urlzig the voting M-. Ckahjs, <opp ) s c., xaVi be waa utte rly ..ppoeii <1 to lliie wiahy wushy eilort u> *euki ua liooal ritfflcoltien. Mr. V '.mk, (opp ) of N. C., would vote aye whether it vu a tent quee'i'-n or not. Mr. lkx ?'( h, (opp ) of Vn., waa diap i?o<t to int the thuig iu through respect to the OouXoretco, but ?aa agonal the proposition Mr Bur* mix roted No because there waa no time to uunmdet it Mi. U.iaMTT, (opp.) of Va., iu order to axpioea h^ m ini and abhorrenM M Um proposition, wuli vote to let it in. Mr. Bonti.ni voted Aye because it waa his highest duty to'ilo ?veijih.ig !< restore peace. The vote wa i.i.nr :- d 92 to 89, and waa decxlod in the legxttve?n.' twMtunll V mcKm<.ut, inm ui? Committee <mi Kieotioua,re port d a resolution i<> i ;iy >i: J Wtlitooi*' n il .000, for ? xpeLM n ,ticirr)d axd I'tnt (.uitcumcd iu oooteetiiig tlM tH at Of Mr Pl> kie?.' Mr Mai .->] n uiuved to lay it oo the tabie, < ?loatdering ilia wua giv i h ? pri a.i .m to men to conuel seats. De enled in fli? cegnt.vt?44against 100 Mr. Hmci.h i#r> d ua in amendment 92,000, winch wan voted down. The usolution pj?K0'l. Ibe Roi po to k up the ^nuto bill organis.nf a '"errHo rial government for Nevada. Mr. (iM>w explained that the bill promised a govern tceut' r U.e wovtern part of I'tth an l fie W.?:huo aitver rri; ei, H7 t t'O square miles, with lUCOOor 1ft WO kihabM a"ta la ?n*i r to i (jui H'ion by Mr. 8ima, Mr Grow aaid there ua* nothiiiK n> the bill about aiavoiy. It .v.ia atmi lor Ui tl e t'olorurto Territorial bill, with i> o exception of name' and tKmndartea. The bill pn^fi-d?91 ag?tnsi SO. Mr. (>How called op ibe Resale bi'l to p'ovnle a Terrb tot ial gov*-n.n?ei?t Cor I'aootah lie rem... k?-1 that the Trrrit rj >* wb?t w.ia left otiuido the o giu 'action of the Plate rf Mmnero'ii, ? mhrnclng SCO CM ^I'lnre miles. wMh a pepinuli n of tix thourand. Tbe b< 1 was similar to Ibote lor C< ioiado and Nevada, witti ihe cxoeplton of ca.T.ea ai d b< ucdn<i?8. Tbe btll pieaed. The I0i h and 17th joiivt ruka above referred to were suspended. On mot.'n of Mr. ^iuuulah, the Senate's amend mania to the l'o. t Oil re bill were made the rpc, :al oeder for to morrow, at twe)Ta (?'clock. Mr. PTA.sro* moved U) preened to the oostderattan of tie btll authorising the i'retkdent to ao.-opt the aervioen of voliu te< in. Mr. Srvnx ralpi il a point of order that the reenter h.ialueeH i xcliided li.a motion. Mr. Hu hMAN moved to adjourn. {luici d< nianiied the picvioua q<i<utlon. Mr. Jonv Co< itH ATKnal I if the bill wiu before the Boom, ho wi.' entitled to the tlocr. Mr. Ci i.'iw uinetua thai the 1'acilio RuJr.skd bill waatfao firfi ^llf mi! a to >?s acted (*n. Mr. Vims wanted to know whether it would bo in order to postpone thia ai>d take up the ?:<! Sstdiera1 bill V 'Ibe fruKMi leplied it would be in order if Mr. Slmn had the ltoor. There waa much squabbling about points of order. Ibe Volunteer bill ??.ame up. Mr. John Cooihamc briefly opposed it. Adjourned at a few minntes just ten. THE OTC0MHSG ADJCH1STB.&.TI0B, TIIE?COERCIVE P0UCY OP THE NEW AD MINISTRATION. Wamnnciw, Mar. Ji l, )Ml p"iUlT" 'DforuialioD thu lh? firs' w of ike new admit,tet,a.ten will be w reinforce lori ;,n^r ^ sendI vescto of war to: the collection of the re ,enue to U>e the new cabinet officers. W.. ... . _ . Wahjowjivm, Uorch I, l?ai. The following Cabinet, contained in my det patch m to I "'r rii.Yc,rk' ftcretaryof inter? q2' *?/Ty <,f Ml JVstwatter General.. ?ki,w,J w !u ' ?/'WUiaa .Atten ty nrtu! " Cl"? ' . Kaward Hate*, of llo. A moetd.apmte mudaugbt has b?^n made upon Ur J. ticuln to-day for a?J*?4lng chaao and RiWv< blilMi; * ? l*P?tat ou Iron, Pennsylvania have waited upon htm, pro.ortinp sgAlr8t making rha?o Ury of (h? TVcsf nry on accost of hie f,oe trade BOtloua, *nd do mum, ing that Camion should have it Anotb- r arK,lnwct - that Cha?e co,ht to go out t.oeauae he was a democrat aed, added to Coii.e?,n, HIa'r and Wolle*, theri would bo' four democrats apa'npt three whw-Sewar.j, *nitb ^ ruicB?In the Tablet. The re5ly to tbis is th*t Chaae "hi* for*,hoit'ime,U>i:n a Domocrat b it latter y a free toiler. IJ?nce the Oabjret nunc. three whips, three democrat* ?nd one froe Roller The eiact position that each man will ec;upy ? lhe Cah.net in rot Tet fully determiner!. An eflort D>aktB. to make J.r Bate* ?wreury of War and Mr Smith Al ton, ey General, and to give the Navy to Mr Cimeron heW,U cot r? ,n'? tVfV.-o*, if Mr. f banc w Pecietury of the Treasury. The Pronaylvanten. who dosire cha*, ,tom ^ Treasury do r.ot cb|eet tohiahelrg Secretary of War but toth.sCl uce bl ject*. In the midBt of this clamor Mr. Lincoln in firm as Oibra'tar. TWd 1. rocfoindod that his .late to smashed, and : Creaky fin!lf? with ralkfartinn. totzt"**0 Vlr*''n,un "**??? Mr. ijncoln to-day that If he announced rha.e and Blair ?,? aaoo* hm ret rtt.tcrs \ irgiuia w, iJU Ku out imme.liatt!/y Mr Lin coin w?? immc vable. Depend upon it, th-i .^bloet la lied, utie,,-pome eitraord'nary prewnre ? brought to bear beforo Monday. Mr. Welles wa. to have been "here terdny, but rot having arrived w.* tele graphed to .lay u, ha^n. An effort m making MrT'm8! I"' fr0n"b,,hWMl"f ,b0 ?"vy, whieh pj.ee Mr. J ipcoln his aligned him, to the Pn.! omco rvMrt Iheilwbthl l\lm DU ^ d0,J# "?t!I b? armt*' Dor uv,'n thfr. without bin coentct. Tills is ibet'me condition* nflfctr*ton'gbt. ad lm m< r so ?owd t,r p<opU are hero, and rep >rt ? froai ever* qiiutrr ind.cile tut tl,ot,sa:,da m.Vc ure yv, Cnp'tol srd C rEiess do not b?-g n to -jomNr.e the ,nU*ost that is c.tim, (rated at Wlllard'i n Um bui-ln?? of Okbl. net mnk wg. ~ . . Wa?hi?.to*, War. h 1.1WI. *Bd ??t powerful ''emopstrat^.rfther.di. cal leaders f,? the r?h?tltoUon of CTias, in ibe p(i<;0 of , 'T? M ,h' b?"d ?r "?* TrrM,,rX- durug zu n, imp. zjzz 7^ ' i'"P<mUl? ^***"* th.t b.c V.d it, and Um f ar ot tb? c^fequ^ces of a refua*), m?j0 lt0 |'re,t er. elof t yi. Id. Although ?MM4ttgiy loth t retrace a atep already Colinitel, determined upou, he i.?Itiuner,.n inn.mooed, n?d bud hm perplexttie. before htm In so ,m z:r * m"n;r *" '? m .bat ,f h*"nony '* ?' iwrty, ani banco tL? tu?c.of the repobl.can ai'miciitrahon, raq.i.ed it, In re^jy to resign hlirlalirs ' Tb? withdrawal wae accepted upon un.iiU n that h? a^cpt another portfolio. Thw Oune ron first dfr'ined, but u.-^n Vi?. Ti.-h.^'n'ii eirn-st repre he al'lorw.^ 'i oon*ent?J not to u^ake hia do clonaloii deflnito unul i ?>r oon?up iti"? witk firs fri?n1* Tb'.s the Ojse new tir; ?. flip rwM^iln ?r ? Jubilant over tho all bce uin ra?oei? of Cuts-. ?; -c#loy '? fM Is all time hm*. fb? ojn??rvatlw? and l'v>.-,.ri.>a)tI|, are grra'ly rrrrtl rd, all draw .ioJrftal r-r-dwtoni. from heappa.ci t v tlllatir.r.s of Ibe Pr elect The? ?nyth^t ?ith ChM* a.,d Sow?rd both In tbo CSablnai t .fjony U h.,ond a'' ,, ,4 h.llty, ? Muuoukatruf g>< bctwoi.. the t*ofor the octroi of the head.* * Mr. Oameron , kDown ^ be ULWl..ng te> mk? n-.othM. doparUn.?() ,a tb4) Uhte ti.vo! Ibtary . l^o?ent from the Tr -jaury bu k-m - ?a.?z'z? * **1 would ltr5>ly a plea o'gullty to ll^tharraof corruption brougut ngalut him I Mv, ,ea?m to bem,T0 th?t Chase h m -If ,0,id pre z.? ir xl"*"'*1 lh? ?"? that b* teeep'. JJeelev '* ^ Mt * ????**-<? ?'*nd ""toruated countel. of .certain par. ^ b,# f"rn ?*???, Who d?slre to ?,h.c >ed him <n hi* preaent place. SbonW lamer on ba prevailed np. o to terye, be will have a pveUhm of bfi <rwn .eleetlou. A ehanre nf rome ' f the pofitu-na already aaaiga^l may b? n- .^scary. Both rate* and Smith may get diitkrent place*. It will thui be *eeD that, all announcement to theoon trary n< twllhstanding, fbe end of the Ceblcet m^Rglio jOllNTOfCI? UN ffNTH I'awi )