Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 26, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 26, 1861 Page 4
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STATE OF EUROPE. iXftlTIL OF TIB ?19101*8 MAILS. English View of the Southern Confederacy. Yen and Znk Portraits of Major and BCra. Tehrertoa. AFFAIRS ON THE CONTINENT. ocm run aid berlot ceuispovosf ce, fcC, AO. The malla bjr tb? steamship Canada, flrom Liverpool on tbe 9th. via Queenatown on on the 10th inst., which ar rived at Hoe ton early yesterday moraine, reached thin city last evening. The main points of the news by this arrival ware telegraphed from Halifax and published yes terday, but the reception or oar usual newspaper flea enables us this morning to supply some details of gene ral interest. The I/Mtdoo correspondent of the Dublin Evening Pott nentions a rumor that Gen. Brown, the commander of the forces in Ireland, having been requested to watch the ?elver ton case, Major Yelvcrton had Beat his resigna tion to the Harse Guards. The Manchester Examiner of the Tth tnst. says: ? A reeling akin to consternation pervaded a portion of the iron trade on 'Change in Wolverhampton yesterday, at the intelligence that the Morrtll tariff would, in all probability, become law. If tho bill should receive the signature of the President, its effects would be moat dis astrous to the Iron trade in Great Britain, Inasmuch as scarcely any Iron of British mike can, with such a duty as that proposed, And any sale In the American markets. The Paris correspondent of the London Star, writing on the 0th, says:? The first symptom of the approaching fulfilment of the prophecy concerning the idee or March is visible in the transrer of Maezini's paper, the Unita 1 tali ana, from Genoa to Milan. From thence he can better act upon the sympathizing spirits of Germany, and from thence he has already issued his first letter, "From Mazzini to a Ger man," destined to be followed up by others of like import. This, the persevering, working spirit or young Italy, is advancing with rapid strides in the proclamation or the republicanism of 1793, without its unanimity of action, without its unanimity of ferocity, for which the circum stances of modern times offfer no necessity. The 1'ope, aobordinr to the Monde, an undoubted authority on the subject, Is beginning to discover that the hour of his downfall is at hand. An enthusiastic young Frenchman recently had an audience to offer his , sword to his Holiness. Tho Pope told him It was uaeleas to atUmpt to defend a cause already lost. To the Arch biahop of Rennes, who has just returned from the Holy City, he stated that the temporal power would, ere many Weeks had elapsed, be absorbed by the King of Piedmont. He trusted, however, that a cottage might be found at Rome or Ctvita Vecchia, where, under the protection of tbe French bayonets, he would be allowed to give the faithful an example or humility and realgnation to the Divine will. The time would soon come when revolution weuld pull down the idol It had raised, and when tho Pops would return to the Vatican, and all the provinces he had been robbed or would be restored to the Holy See. Lord Adolphua Vane Tempest was arrested In the streets of London on tbe 6th lnat. ror disorderly conduct, caused by an attack of delirium tremens. In accordance with the advice of his physician he was conveyed to a private lunatic asylum, there b?lng little doubt that his Lordship's mind bad become deranged. Oar Paris Correspondence. Pa kim, March, 8, ISfll. The Mi-el Fratu)? Part iff Implicated? l*rince Xapolttmt Sprh-Drbates in the French Senate? The Chunk QticttUn?ConletiiplaUJ VitU of the Empress to Jertua Im, Ac. Never, since the end of the second republic, in ISM, when Napoleon placed en dispcntinlUe the political Hies whose buzzing disturbed thoee momenta of reflection which he n?eded for the maturity of his plans, had Pails been i-o occupied with the politics of the day. Chiefe?t of all topics or interest Is the great financial culpr;i.V Mires. There is no doubt that the bkocd 06tf2 ' s of the law are to b? fairly let loose upon him; and there is always something extremely agreeable in the prospect of the punishment of one whose plethora of wealth is known to have been obtained by what may be tera.ed "back staiis opportunities.'' That thero has been a certain degree of winnowing ? of sifting out of eccrmpUccs associated with the imperial entourage? is no I n?er a question, their liabilities have been d-n Cha'gedfiom the imperial private exchequer, and the grand dei' i<ir.cnt being thus brought to the foreground, without any other Important character to diviilo the I spectator's tje, the exhibition will be duly opened. He iz iu clo-- rintuiemeot, and a sharp turveniance is exer cised that lie does nothing to cheat the law of its victim. I ieai a from those personally intimate with him that his CHirage c'o? r not give way. so tint whenever the hour ' dots e rne that he is placed face to lace with his accusers, be * detei mined to cry aloud and spare not. Priore Poiignac, vlio married bis daughter, is in a pitiable plight. That a great legitimist's name shou id be thus un.ted with ono of the must aU'.jct of the Boiapartlsts, and not a sous gained by the trar- <ct>on, is a sad mistake, indeed, and the paity te which the Prince belongs are lo jd in the r atikUu mas. Who can forget the alanst fabl# id live wli.ch surrounded the nuptial pair as the hands* .me Po iignac led hut dirk eyed nut not very comely I ,ride ti the altar? the imposing line o( equipages, tha prtoel<? toilet, the nuptial banquet, at tended l>y alt- -yes. a'.? that tins splendor of the second entpir* could furn^lk? p Who can lorpet *11 this while he p? ?"?oo that now gl Amy ' abode and the bumbled legillmM Prince an he .>gep# b*? k to bin apartments In the Champa Ely# ,.My *Yt is rather matin# that the Paris prtr thouk'.M b?5ld ?ip to ci'um for not having s*iae<l 'its wart.B? voioe against the \ahons bubblea create by II. Hires. but really - *he" il " retnrnibere.1 .e Jour ?A havo had great difficulty In kccpmg thv jgeiver, out of the w*y of teing "warned, dun A thin); very much Is to be said agar lSt th^aj. The news papers have been ao entir' lV unri^r Umj ban of the Slate Ihst It U poaitir t|y * . ,ar<l to reproach them for contravening r nemos whVU the Mnni'rur offlelsl!y declare! we?? Unexro>lloDM>lo; and so many baml-e.-s Ub'ics 01 tine wCe |lfcV?, v.mtlnw or other, been made to k M1 ?? ,t legs within tbe last eight years, that even tli ?? press the company M. Mires kept, mlch'. be e*c i*ed ror .Roping ?j| tninj,'*, like Chirlty.'' Prtooe >spof oq', grand sp?ech has certainly won him go Wen opine- ^ ^tramontanes and legitimist* al wa>s exes' the sp? ecb la generally admired and while It r ^ looked upon distinctly as a nmifeal" of tbe ,r's policy as regard* llome, there Is ih Might to be % ??itV ^ut m 11 of tbe individual mind of the T'rlnce to iUc him to personal credit. The observation that 'us mi?Hio of the Kwiperoi was to execute the treaties of Vienua. and exact vengeance In their eni-tment, Is especially relished among tbe mashes. liters which I recei\e point to this as being the only instance, since the advent of the Kmperor to power, of anything like a formal repetition of a similar announce meet pubk.*bed in "I<e? Idee* N'spollennes " by Ix>uts Na poleoa shin in enle. (K course thero was no need of any reiteration on tbe sul>|srt; for all those who hive watched the course of tbe Imperial policy have long two that to reduce those treatws to a nullity, without pre cisel) declaring them to be waste papor, was its object. I.lttla by llUle, tbe laat nine V"nm have seen the work of 1816 crumbling beneath tbe kmperor's Uau.is, till Europe now acknowledge! there la no lo-m ?tan li hut auch as Napoleon r booses to recognise France and IVtsata are every day drawing closer together. The Kkgttsh alilanco will only last till sonw spark falls on iu luilatumable mate* ia's, and then it Is quite possible that Fran* will be ?eeo to be master of the situation. The recently granted Austrian constitution may considerably tniluMcs l.i glsnd s nag.t jit.ons with that Power, and It iray happen that the fanoent alliance will be revived Knglaiid helping her, after all, to Iseop Vnnetla. A cam in on danger is apt to efltoct ulrtnge combinations. The Princess (lotllde, having been born In March, 1813 ha* juit completed h?r etant -onm year^^ llie publtcaion of tha debute* ia oridentlj immenaely popular Kvery *b?re? ilfcly Int'-reet ia now dlfplayet to tbe journal*, and the K"t? with which the Marqnii de RoWw> '? attack a on KoftUuvl are road would nt ? r.m Tin 04 a *tran#er will vh wnv the natlon.il mind IhM At preaent. the tone of ayc.phanry puraued by the Hup porWa of the Korernnerot reepnctinj the Kmpei or U tn toierahlc. au<t many who a-e raa adherent* offito tlj naatv loudly complain of tt rime will probably a Military Chung, tn thla On tbe whole, there haa been far aaor? plain upeaking than wm anticipated, rvnj for a hejrinnlPjr perhap* enough. Tna chureh queatlon ?t n coot tnuee to be one of deep tntareai IhcrtaA* of ?ho qnaattaa, an I viewed it |? my laat, baabaanqultaoon lrtn i ?,y ainhave alnc.o h".r.( that la, the country clergy we prepared t-, , ?.| .** tbe i'ootm* PlUt# doctrine of th<> Ui*Uoi. From all qoart*r?> I town that the ???> dv p-ieaOml fire rea4y to ?tand liv tbe Kmiicror i' ho cboaae* to OUr tl>> rtkof Henry the Rfhtn, Wtd tboy wpast , ,, , Majcaty tn rrtura that tka MM randereil available to th?m#elve*. Cltra*aoatant?fa ta Tar More powwful In hM thin anv whore Oh faubourg Bt <?ermaiuo grxa witb tba Biabopi of o: Imm and PoltiT*, and the )flomlrta a-e q ? ,t r.wiy to nun any ar f th*t will offer a ebtlk't rf |HIIH rid of the B >rmpa But am^n# t ?. -? bi ir tteotoe r tm of tic meir' pol ? a rerr atrotur-icT-cn i enata, and Ute Biabop I'oitlore If byn mean* with w ?l.ia;e>t? Still, a? I atattd fioni the Drat, T MIct<* tU Bnperor baa aoC&tta *? f8*r (mi throwing over the Hope n la otoar (bat ha baa quite made up bit mind to da no, aod tba very owV 1>?kan abuaa be maata with from the prelacy it a proof lb. ** there ia no raal bopa of any thing else. The Kmpraae attll nntk iea to talk of bar intended visit to Jerusalem, and a jl jiu.h_ ' belleT prevails tbat tba Em peror. under DretenrV^r** 'oadtng be*, thlalu tbat the wpedltion tnaV notbe \2f5a ether without political ad vantage Her bealtb to hotSi , ??d her mind aomewhat l?es unaettlad, though it is cert Ul*t ** tim" 11 sufltars from very aerloua depreeaion. Oar Brills CWH?. ujjr, March 8, 1841. Iniurraim-r^tlumM m Wanm- "1?<a "*?" rum Poland, dc., rfc. The plot thlckena. The nations* mofi ment com' menced in Italy , and extended|froM ' tttOb 00 40 Hungary and the Slavonian provinces of Austria, Dak 1 ??w to Poland, and threaten to attack Or sym "m 01 aba0 latism in Ita very tocua. That a aptttV \ WM abro*4 among the Poles which the three partltkmk ^ ,*owers Imagined to ha almoat extinct, became evidkta ' >Mt M' tuian, during the conferences at Waraaw; and' b\ 111011 the agitation baa been silently hut staadh ' pn>" greasing, until It baa led to a imary outbreak which, though quailed for tho latfiiiBufy give rlsfl to new sad moat aerloua complicate*. 0 account* that have reached ua from Waraaw eotftafcr toreating details of the extraordinary scent** that lu* ** been eaacttog In the Polish capital, which bars tftoMih A prodigious asnaation here, and cf which tte foBeWtofr' A a brief auna*mrr ? It bad beeeromored for sometime that s great detettm- \ stratloa would' sake placc ou the Xah of FeOruarr, t h? anniversary of the btttle of Srochow (1839, Is which, though tbe Poles m forced jto rettHey the army of Marshal HeWtseh waa ao? rougtfjr handled that be M not think it tdrMto to att *ck the - fert i flcations of Prague. The people were to omu "ch out la eolemn procesaioato the batV.e fi*ld, where a .-funeral ' aerrice waa to be performed on thvgraree of their fatta" brethren. The Ruse lac authorities, however, had .tak a ? their measures to prevent this pte'frona being caiTU#' Into execution. The field of Grochow* (about three m lit- ? ^ from Warsaw) waa occupied by a strong body of troo pe ?( cannoa were planted on the bridge of Pfagae, and detat h- , meats of Coasacks and gemdarmerie were ordered to pi i- t trol alorj the road and disperse any crowds that migh t ' colleet la tbe vicinity. The leaders cf the movement resolved 1b eco sequence to confine their proceedings tot the eity itoelf. Karly in the morning placards wero founcC stuck up at the corners of the streets, imrlMag all good pa tr lets to aasemblo at sundown In the Old Market, to do \ honor by a public manifestation to tbe memory of the k brave men who hud died in de'ence of their coun- C try. Towards six o'clock a number of per- P sons, mostly young men, hegar. ? to meet at tbe plaue of rendezvous, wttb* Uambeaux I In their hinds and displaying the I'ollsb btfracr, a white eagle In a soarlot Held. The square and tie adjoining 1 ? streets were soon throngel with dense masses of apecta tors, and alter mass had been said in the chdrob of the , l'anllalan friars, they were about forming themselves | into a procession, when tbe Chief of the l'c'ton, Colonel I Tursoil, hasti'Dert to the spot, followed by hSTseodarmes, j and Bummoned the populaco -to disperse. According to | son 3 accounts this command was being ob<*-ert\ an 1 the : crowd were movinyolf very quietly , when tb~?g( tvlarmos j drew their swords r.nd galloped iu amonc the people, ' sabrolrg them to tha right and left. According to- other b ths leaders of the procession refused to Gt!r; and Inter- I r up tod the harnngua of Tussoll' by hissing and shoots of "Away with tbe Ihneov iter!" So much ts ccftniix; that tbe square waa onif c:4ared after u despnra'.p'etfugjjle. In which tbe Poles defended themselves wKh'tboirtorrnos and sticks, and sereral were more or lets sevarely hurt, while a still greater number wei e arrested and carried oil' i to tbe citadel. But this was ouly the tlrst- cat of the ?> drama. The next day passed iu tbe wildest exeltomeat. Moth- ' lug was talked of but the marsacro or tLd preceding ' evening, and hikii-and low united la indignation awatast its authors. The great Agricultural SocMy of Itoliwd, ' which was Bitting at the time in Warsaw, and vbieb ' boasts of upwards of four thousand mncheru, sent a ' deputation to I'm Russian Viceroy, GortcirtkofT, com- . Braining of the conduct of the police, aa.4 requesting ' i:n to release the perboos who had been placed under { arrest. This the Viceroy refused, UMRigh be f promis?d the strictest investigation' aaj impartial Justice to all parties, and the dopuUsa withdrew J after expressing their deterioration to address a petition to the Czar hlmaalf. Ths ferment continued to lOTrease, ' and on tbe 27th crowds again began i.o ccllst t in tbe fau l>ourg of Cracow. As chance woul> 1 have it, a funeral was seen passiag nlong the streets to I .churchyard in that . puburb. and a ruinor, whether truo ( r fa'so,-waa imme diately spread that it waa one of tho \ ictinr.a of the late . iiaturbaocr B. At this moment tha> Chief of Poliea hap pened to mako his appearance in the? vary =*4dat of the inluriatcd pofalace. Il3u.'?*l to madi ieaa by the sight of . this peraor.agK. they tlir?w themHclve \ upen hlan, pulled him nut of hir droi<ky,!JKl would very probr.b'ybare torn bim to pieces if a crmpaoy of infant -y bad nrt arrived | at the i-eene cf action-aad drlv en tbe n ba'Jt, with their bayonets, la a fow una j?es,-howavo r, the poop^a rallie<l 1 in greater fnr.ee than before, and a I -ailed tLa military 'V with stones Mid bru kbats. when a v oiiey was discharged f by the Utter with fatal s.iect,killiigll' .eparacaaoatheapot ud woundln: enmo twe'-*vorth!r:y more. Thiaoaly aerv- | ed to heighten the ge^oral exasperat ;oa. Tja soepaes wep j | E laced on tiers and cwrwd turcngii thu str-?t.i, uooorte i I y almost Ae entire mart popu atVol . of W, .rs?v.% sing it ^ j a funeral dirje, lniar^>?n(yl wiUfc? :c'oma.;>ona cf "poi ,n ' with tbe Itaecevites " It is a HMD -d that tha biera w? ,re ' de^x sited at the Cor of the >r< nch consul, and V oat I among t^ cries h'tJifl on that Eir.n, " tvo Napol oon 111 Mie savior of copressed aatx nalAias, wa not the least rarvect: tat thia ma ir bo aa '.bit or .tinn of thf Aatl -^ill'.aana, to whii-.h fcr the pr -sent 1 attxah as l.ttle credit a.i to '.ks ?? irary a.-wrt.ja, that thu whole ailiir wad trot jply agr-m pto r ccaU m in ihe \y.j of Austria. On the following aaornlng '-he doputaUcn of ttw , Agrl culf sal Society i??ied by Couit/arwoja^t jw? of tbe mo?i iatluentltt! I*olish DOblmN> ? waited cnce mm o upon thu Viceroy, er fining hiK. to withdraw.hiatrar ^ into the aiudel, and *atruat thc *ajntuni*ucs uf trau.tr ullty to th( citizens thva-xeivea, initiating thai -hie wo* theonly waa topreveu. ihe recur r?*e of scov* etill at ore <lls actroua than .hese of tha preefrlint^daya V ler some djaiur Gortctitotf comea*sd and a . VJ^aruM-J .miuittee vua lnataotly termed, wta? issued a i fodamaut Q to their fellow citlzraa, asaurir< them thai .thair ? .rievaucea would be rei>ess<Ml, an Vtoploring t ?m not 4 ,n c im pro mlsetha wc^arc of the* country by further** tcts of vlo lencs. At Wie same time s petition vaa dra?a j up, which latnhclajd before tt* Kmperor,cj(^>edyia4 the wlfhos I or the wlole Polish n -lion. lhi:< nay ba-:? mmed up in one woKWthe restoration of the coa*Jtutlaa* i government a><olishcd by Niebolaa in consequ a c "f Xj* revolution of I '.831. What rocept an this roqufiit raay nf et with at Pt. Petersburg reniaitri?o nn g< en. < j ? "spuuuegrrom thai i 4>ital, hnitKW, U is not .?&\y U) 1? ? very favora ble, orders havin 4 been Riven to doclav Warsaw in a Ft.it?. of siege lo **<? the di*t'i i*?ce.*4J? <uld be renewed In Lke mcanwUJe the funeral or tbi* victim" of this bloiidy conflict *>me.ofT on the 2d lr*l3tT t, under ihe aus pice* of the Vigilance Coirai.ttoe, wtf.rhout farttarool* li.ii?n betweea the troop* an;}, tho y?o pie, and our ImI sdvices represent the city a* MS'irjinj: a more tran quil atpcci. bnt the f< cins of maturity i* still Tory great; an., notwithstanding tfe? wncerslons mxto by (iortchakrf, in removing soma of the most obv)xiou? of his subwllnates, the fx-.t thai fc? has thought proper to get bit wife and family out of lb* way by soadint them on a visit to bin daugjtcr . wbo i* married to ttta Rum an t Amliaseador at Stutflard. doe a not augur mv jfc csaftdence ' in the success of his eodMvcra to alUiy tho ;?puWr filar i vrscmce. In short, there J a general imp* that for j a long time "order" hM ooasrd to ' reign .a Warsaw." ! It may be readily imagined that then* iveftta have not been without effect upoa I'rusaian I'olami, where the in, habitant* are chatinic und?r UM leaden rale of toe tier ' man bureaucracy, which t perba|? <-T4 ^morc intolerable than the iron despotism of Rut si*. Their complalraU have been repeatedly brought forward in the Prussian ( ha rubers by tho deputies f roro the i-Uand Pochjr of Pomb . but from the way in wbichj they tore been answered SB the Minister ol the Interior. >>ant ?chwerln, it is in that something stronger tbaa amre moral pttasurs is required to induce tbi* government to listen toifesm; and it I* no wond' r. th. refor., that the I'ole* should be losing patience, and atUsspt to extort from tho feats of tbelr t?fckma?'.era what tt*j arts liable to obtain from their Justin Kruia Austria, too, the accounts ar 1 ?>ro alarming Uuaj over The new constitution hai- fa iad lo satisfy the ?opulatlca, snd 1 specially the Hung ir'aaa who declare. positive** , 1 hit they will not send the. r representative to the Or Iral ? Inet at \ ienna, find tree' .-a. c< n.mand- and inhibitions n( Km nc Is loeeph with t*c utmost conterapt In Car many iteelf, tb" state *# feeims Is by no -.nans reansur* Ing; the ngilation orlgiaated by the National luon hr.s attained dlmejuiKxts that go far bey'kd the views entertained fcy Uiat l-ody, and wo bare private intelligence here from 'Wurter.hurg ai^t Haden. according to which a revolutionary movement would ap pear to te almost Inevitable. New, Umw ?*? far frotn being the worst governed Plates la Oeroaay, and If a train i-hould hs k?M there, we may easily guess what an expk?Kn it would produee in sn.h omnlrtsa aa Hrsss, llsi.over. Meeklenbnrg, fcc. Ve?Uy. the priaoss and po 1. iii.'itrs of Bmnm haw fsllon -j?on evil time*, and the right divine, which has already sustained *0 rude a shock at (in ta, n,*y ere bo sukjoctod U> still severer trials on this side of ihe Alps. last week a special mission arrived at Berlin from Rng Isnd to Invost the King with tho trrder of the Garter. U Is oomj*)l?d of the Mar.miS ol Breailalbane, I ord lllncJwn broolro, l>ord I rrdrri'k Vn.!<K i nd the Hon. Harry Vivian, accompanied by Sir Charii'H Young, Garter King at Arms, soi", the Somerset snd Ch^ tor her\lils. Tli<-y wwre pre v ntod to hi* Majesty on Halurday by the Hrit.sh Minister, I/>rd Augustus I.oftus, and the Invcsuure w 1 l*ko plaoe this after neon at the roynl palace. The Konthrrn Confederation In an Kng* Hah Point of View. * (From the London Timoa. March 9 | Mnny people have doubled, and their doubt* wiM be ci nhrmed by p< rusirft tho text of lir. Jefferson Davis' in augural oration, whether, after all, tho Southern Htatea of America have clearly ootiCJlved the object of their owj tecersion. Is it pure seal for the mainteuanco and do vr loperoent of their favorite domestic institution, or is It the riit.summat 'on of a natural antagonism of Interest* < serially m matter* of c >mn?iuef Is tho (|u?wtlon of s'avery subordinat'- 1>? that of free trale, or Is free trade lb" In i'i< ..f. --.i u, foreign nations in consideration of their prxk'tlng iholr *.it:pliM< sbout slavery? We Ime bad the mestsce of a I'res'.i'ent, and we hare now the ad drrj-s of an mil I 'real lout , jet we ore little wiser than b?!ote. l'Mmiliar ns we ha\c become during the put r yfar with the manifestos r,f oo'golng and Incoming mm *m h>. and I he utter anc.'-s eg stateem^o In every coa t eeir able pr < dl -amcDt. we h?v.. never re.vd a public do3U t r eut fo eimenii to arjalyye and interpret as this It g^_b^tiiih ? lib lotty ttlbute to t .e wlgdom an<l patriotism of Southern planters, aud a recognition of Iks pi u i Ula? I < Iwieter or the existing g mw1 ; Mm. comae en "Negation that the Union bee been " perverted from the purposes for whiohit wee ordained," end ? etUimn eppeel to u?Tea thai "He who knows the hearts of men will judge of the sincerity with which we intended to preserve i the government of our fathers In its spirit," next, it repudiates the ? abuse of language," by whioh the term "revolution'' has been applied to the act of the South. The allusions to romseeroial policy which follow seem primarily addressed to Kurooeaa Mates, but before long, we do not exactly knew now, we find ourselves again In the midst of Amarloan politics, and disoover that Mr. Davis is not cnly preaching nonintervention, based on a " just perception of mutual Interests." to hit North era rival, but is actually indulging the hope?not that Southern fanaticism w 11 be oooled, but that, enlightened by experience, " the 8tates from which we have recently parted may seek to units their fortunes with ours ucder the governa.-nt we have Instituted." Not that Air. Davis cares much whether they do or not. On the contrary, he confidently appeals to the issue of arms, and significantly aKuder to " the well known resources for retaliation upot the commerce of an enemy. '' He doubts whether there is so "much of homogeneity'* be tween the Interests of the two confederations that "the welfare of every portion would be the aim of the whole." Be fearlessly relies ?p the Innate force of "a movement ssnctloned by its justice and sustained by a virtuous people," and does not hesitate to assume that Divine Providence Is on the side of slavery, which, probably from motives of delicacy, he never mentions byname, but which must certain!) be indicated by one or all or the sounding phrases "honor, right, liberty, and equali ty," since we are tald that it Is these principles which Inspire "a purpose of high resolve" In the heroic , southerners. Whatever we ma: think, as Englishmen, of Mr. Davis's ! morality, or, as men of common sense, of Mr. Davis's ; rhetoric, it is important to distinguish the substratum of : truth which underlies the speech from the cruit of sophis try which obscures it. Much of the raspiclou and an i lipathy between the North and Booth may be vague and unreasonable, and the present attitude of Ken tack v . IV la I ware, Maryland and Tennessee might well lead the States now represented at Mbutgomerr to reconaider their deter I lination. But V it utdeu to atisguixe the fad. that to long a '*? WcuMngUm Ompreu adhere* and even adit new rt 0 icticnt to a protective policy they give their enemiei .fib eicme for hoetHity, and cut tkemttlves off from ttr tympathy of their friendi. Circumstances "hare .if ?t insensiblv taught the Southern States of Americt a lea 011 in political economy which the laborers or Bus iclK* 1 ???> t??1 *nd the party warfare of a whole genera I tiowb lre|y ea?eed to impress on the English miud. The InbuiM ,M?'? of a country exclusively devoted to the ! orow? ? of a crop, for the production of which H had un i '? facilittw in Its soil and climate, could never he i ilupwtl y the fallacy which treats each nation as theo retic*!*} self-supporting. The very same law of nature to whkx they owed the practical monopoly of the cotton (trade w. <d not bat' occur to them as toe fundamental law of eo "imerce, and they have never ceased to rebel against t *?e tarifl' by which tbeir produce and im ports are taxed, ostensibly for the beneft of the Union, bt it, as they believe, to gratify the blind a?WsbncB8 of the Narth. This Isr, perhaps, the only -jxrtnt of co* 'tact betw-sn the issuen now ponding and thoe which teimlnateCin the War of Independcr.ee, and the destruct ion of the tea in Boston- harbor is likely enei:ph to fla i a parallel ,'b this present /ear at Charleston ?r New Orleat >S. Wbrn t^e- planters heir that Mr. Lin , ?ln , who has preserved s? cautious a reticence on other ? iolBts, has declared his intontlon of collsotlng the Cus j )ma as usual, while the fodriral' i,egl3lat:iro la hurrying ti trough the Morrill Tar iff biS, imposing sH but' proMbl t, r? duties on Manchester and Birmlnghar*' goods, they m well feel aggrieved as well as alarmed. It is long I bIi oe the cotton States have produced food enough for tb, far own consumption, and for a great many other art i clcs of common use they are dependent on Europe. As Davis sajs: ? "An agricultural people, whose chW I inte > 'est the export of a commodity required in every inao ifacturing country, our true policy is peace and the frew t trade which our necessities will permit." Probably they b*T* not yet calculated the proportion wtteh' their quou ?r taxation has hitherto borne to the whole civil and n ilitary expenditure of the Union, still less the ruin ous e > f*aee of a civil war, aggravated, u it pm'rably would be, by a servile insurrection. Upon prlrciple, ho we* ? they have here manifestly the boat of it. II ui I not aur favltif the inopportune legenlatir.n y'lhe Forth, ? *oM?ed with the reciprocity of wants (kTw-ct rur sr/ivw an d U" South . ihtrttd bHng about a considerate- rr.mU Haitian '*> ?*r relation unth A rn erica. No one, after the recent i < 'hate on the slave trade, can doubt that England is still i n earnest on this point, and will never Iwj ynnmcn < *1 advantage* at the cctt of h>r honor. We sboihi luflnitel; ? prefer dealing with a single responsible govern ment to i laiatalnlrg two Embasslee and running the risk jf mteui lerstandings with two highly sensitive democ ?aclt s. 1 hu the tm-icucic* of trade are inexorable, and our nanvfac "t ?'*?? will infallUly Jind their way to tnt >nt ma i with the rmulariti/ of vir-haniciX Into. Bitherto our- expci |g hive chiefly been consigned to ^ortbetl ? nr-rohants, while our imports, greatly exceed*" j ng then i. I value, have been principally supplied frrar he Sou tl l. S3 may be that the Southern' population will low bee >ns ? oar best customers. It is true that boll#' noney a ad -c/Mit are now m-atoc In the flare States, and | nhen wt l-euember thrjt sometbttig like half the eeti nated v Uuls of real and prraoaal property in them is rested I) i staves, H is easy to judge bow soon they would >e exhai is tad ;>? ? protrsted vn?r. Mr. Itavis is sanguine | nough' to predict thuti, even in that event, "there would-' >? no connidetalile diminution in the production ) ?T tha* staplns wiyrh have constituted our exports, '? inl'ias * the coe:ny should nbstruct tbe.r transmission to roreigi markets ? r. pioce of tnrtise which ho deprecates as wm othiiqg r.i?u<?Jrriu8 aad unp?ep,eii< ateiX. We sho?& b ave V bought it a- very ordinary enenieo of belliger ent '.?IghW , and have, nwreowor, our own opinion aa to ite*- ? proba ble effect of civil war cm the productiveness of J slava labor. Grantnd however, that a permanent eeeea s ion can b? effSatad by "a peacefel appeal to the ballet ? box,7' and that the moral and economical evihi of slavery do not preva -fatal to a staiety based on it, mater Isle prosperity will not fail to follow atireHrictod hitfrcocreo, ' and the free States will ieng repent an act which brings needless discredit en tbe intriaaic merits of tbeir cause. [Prom tbe I /nideo Chronicle, March 8.] It tnoujit br ipiflh lo (SMM tkr in.prrtancr of the X vrJ> notu.n ? Ike nmfmkrotf stiie* of America, in many points , of view they bare solid clntms to regard, not to aay. ro sreet. Tbe South W ' ontrihuted more than its share to the military giory of the United States ? whether wo ta^e ths revolutionary war, the war of 1912. or the general services in the army and navy of the States. Some of ; the nioet eminent soldiers and sailors f'f the republic have been .^ouUioramen. In Hie elements of mttorial strangtb it needs no Voast to show the value of the South; the country that product h cotton will always command ths | attention of lite world. It must also Tie b<>rno in r.Ux. | that the devolopcment of the cotton cultuis of tlm Scuihj Is not alono tbo mere acridcnt of suitable soil and cli mate; many parts of the world are more F'Utable for Its cultivation; but tbe cipitsl and energy of the Scwlfo have increased the growth of cotton until they now tap ply to the world very nearly ?25,000 0C0 pound .sterling worth of I hat product aloi.o. Tbo increase, also, Ik asich more tljan proportionate to tbo increase - of r.egi<o slaves: for the use of new machinery, beginning with the cottun gin, hns tcslly led to tbia extra?>ritl naiy devokpment of an industry Important U> tbe world. The population of the new nation is in rou?d numboss over flvo mill one, of whom, on a rough calculation, two millions are slaves, leaving tbree millions of free white men? more than the pwuiliw of tlu> wianle of the states at the time of tbe I'eclamui io of Iiidt'H-rv e?ce. It ha* been said by Northern rcK?that the tw> ...,ilk>n* of *l.i\e- ore a sou ro of danger aafl of weakmaa. hot, how<'\or true that might be arijo* the a'ave Stut*? wore connected with tho North. wlawrethe nntl alavory sentiment In htrorg, u- Jo not Mikv that >/??>?). v m t lif mart a a.vrre of tla?f/rr to Ik i n .w<o*fclr mry moo it it to Ilra il trhere, wiLkmil the l-tut'irthd of nlolUurUttt, it t.? tlill utm/hln mamUainrd. lot* th* ques tion ral*art by Mr. Heliier and Mr. <Hnjwt?sl , of to? ?->m parati.e cftenpoeaa 01 clave a?d free labor, w<> hare no with to outer at full U la a very -wjdo<|iaMtloo, and the facts before us aro Mt m yat tvlteieafc. Hut howevor the moral feeling <>l i aitkind ma <? raolt at the mere fart M slavery , and mor? wpeciaily at th* hrrror* tbat occur, even thoueb hut ivmptannUf , la oawnectlc* with tbe feretri servitnrf" < t <V* nepro rMe, w? Blunt not idM v*4T rentimeiito t ? bWr*4 u* to tba lart that the u> gin race wi*ln the tM iMrn botdem are a direct wurieaf wealth. For IrH-ie*-, the moat u>*rnn?t advo <-*Wa r>f crolie labor * rv f.bstltule for alava labor mutfe admit the greatca cheapcA.i of the latter. A w?at India planter p?<* eerUialy only ?16 n Hen A far the coolie, Mt be mo.4 pay the pas saye frvaa India an' t? r the paaa*gc of hla f . ??u.ly ? wife and child, in, or, ts Fntmitanea happens, tnotber aud younger '.wnf hota. After wtven years, he rjut pay for hla iul1 bM again. A planter who* Mtya a female *lav* at >be Ki sa time ha* certainly tn jtty *ny <100 at flrft, hrt lie has th? aervlci* of "tho., ? ?n?n durlrg her lite; lit ' .ic-aUo a,. Ms property evory .h Jd the woman berxs TCe lay boU*m of the ntppcrl. of the negro while yens? Wrawe If th* coolie muat tig local law be pro-pily ltd and nourished, aeli interoaU Mm tkt phUM lonc( nUlw aaan ftom wbnn bt ?xac<* work. It will be v.. . that kt> pla ter has to tup. port lb" negro m old Bf.e: but practically . '.t la fou*<1 that the old vagroea t good work, and Uier.-ioco uoprollUble, >ooc nle . 1, i imp'.y because they art, a# a general TWlfe atlU kept ti. w it* kltlmut rem ips^n. la the caro of humano |4i. Wrp? an J there ore marmot the kiiirlf? tlill <ould not <.aci.r ' ?? we i?oli?t out th^ UM U clllllta to I ae planter < > mat ing negro labor a source of ?<Jf id wealth are gr/et< r ttiui humanitarlaoa t r o ? bo Ik \ It g * >aat the) wiJ; ? i ?l*v?v- are ready to aJoMt. It ki :jaf'>rtint for K: glioi^ t?contider wlxw will bathe policy ar the new SUb . (**??k*lly all regards U rotetlona , with ather povreia. V.A k.-ire thi addrise t." tle.nf ral Jef fetaoa iNn la, tl?? newij *Vet?d Trealdent r,f the Pmith, ?b < baa be? n with i-.' b pomp innugi>.uU I r?t Mont gosery. in Alahwnta 1h(. s ew-utein !u *a ii, baaed on "Ihe A rue* lean I1t a that Rovernir- ..ta real upon I he c< went i>f the goverf t " Thla new Am**le*n Idea baa a plauithk1 "ring" at it It, tint eDUroly uaacr^ptalile to a catioa like our ?>wi\, nl er? tho Uirutio u br>?<?d on a revolution. HtlU we h?-t itat to acec|it It ?tth ita new gloi>?, in the ?nme way Hat ''i>gl alv wlvee. decline to at crpttaat other "/mn i :i wet." K>culc?ted by wometi'a right* adrocaten, tbat "i ?:? t ??ti. r a the cune^nt of lb" mairlcd," and th?i !? ' ? 1 r.inv ha divorced at tho will of eltht r party at ?ti". t a?o. Thjaabatraet rlgM of m'fUKiti ?f ndmlt tether to a wife nor to a 3tate, though wc do ?>t (ray ?l*' tltoro are ? aaea JuM.fylng I both rot'jugal ax well ar |r ? A oa.1 wparatlon. lint eav'.ng Hi < qui hi i nable y tfce rimark<i- auvlerate nod Flat' i manlike MIM 1 I raaidenl Ha ? a aa regardr I the pee* lb 111 tv of civil . ?? ? > to the ?aiermore attractive In hla word* ? 40> r tnieat policy la p-ao and tlie freeft tiade which oer n?' ef* ties will ;?r;iiit " Tbia IndicAtet that the ?>aty *a<" ( 'xld on either icatKirta or ex porta will be for tn* fnynM of ri m l i r rh. ,-toiith is mainly cotton ab 1 *uga g < wief, aid It ? its Iulereat to recohe almost free ot rtou al> the n'.lirc |M-od ii t* of th ' world. "There c?ti b* ," oo tinned the now Southern Pi oldest, "but little rivalry between o'ira and lt>? Banufacturlng or levigating con. IT I ' I , oa Ihe Norih<a?totn (kiiM >4 th? Aijarl'** i I'tilon. It nm?t I ? nw, therefore, thtt nautntl intcieft would invite k ?? Mill and kind olilrea. Thin Inft Mfd r?llonal lar>guat'e 1 tm* ItM nrsetir il r mmi nl in In the deol*ri't|on?iron?iy ootd" la tin S> iil?ern Oj?gre** that the Mvlgatkm M tlie Mi?ai?aippi i. entirely free front all tollf nnd dnt in ? liataoi ver It will he M>ked, ve*> i ?inr*Jiy, what have tlia acceded Hat(? gained, or what do the) hop- to kMo by Indepe;. ltenle,' They hare Incea. e l theie public bnrttinna, ?,'ne? have alian mneil all claim to thacowimor terrltorie^M the Vole for yht h they long fWffct, a?l H for'..,gn natinj

they cannot reclaim their fugitive stores from the North Bat, m we t*ve prov/ously pointed out In tiieee oolums, M la really a question at sentiment Mare than of practical grievance. The Soothrons, who travelled more than the Northern men, and wtact>'? hereditary wealth and lordly atyle of living gave them pe^iUar pride, were naturally enough irritated at the tone * raneorous contempt in which they and the "peculiar institution" were spoken of by a large section of the press and the pulpits of the North. Even st a time when man)' Southrons were will ing enough to admit slavery to be m evil, it was not pleasant to find the words " barbarili*,'' " brutality," and "degradation" associated with their native States. IBtese expressions coming from foreigners had ne cessarily to be forgiven, or to be treated with con tempt, but to be obliged to hear In the Congress at Wash lngton the strongest denunciations and the moat cutting ear cams directed against tha South, was more than ha man natura could be expected to bear. The South may gain nothing materially from its secession, but it gains the advantage of not having to listen to very energetic invoctive against Itself. the North will also lose mate rially by the secession, exactly as England would lose if seven of h?r richest agilcultural counties wore swal lowed up by the sea. It may he that to the New England States may arise the satisfaction that they will bare fewer slaveholders hi their political communlan, and visions of the entire ex tinction of slavery may float before some eyes. But, without any hope of the extinction of slavery, we think It not impossible that when the asolltlon fanaticism dies out in the North, the old wish to mitigate slavery into a kind of patriarchal servitude may arl ?e again in Virginia and Kentucky? as it prevailed forty and fifty years ago, before "abolitionism" was known; and that In th? South itself the freedom from all Irritation and fear of negro risings provoked by Northern incendiaries will induce much milder laws and regulations for the negro race. [From the London Times, March 9 1 If the Lucretiaa pleasure derived from witnessing in calm security tho straggles of tempest-tost comrades be applicable to nations as well ss to individuals, Eng. landnas been highly favored during tho past twelve month. The winter of 19O*-00 set in with storms so vio lent, as to remind antiquaries of the desolating tornadoes which preceded the Itlacfc Death in the 14th century. Summer came, but with a -ild and lowering sky and every symptom of atmospheric disturbances, and the de pression of the Dolltioal taremoter was certainly not less marked throughout the year ISM. Of the five great European Powers three have been burily occupied in securing themselves against danger by organic changes, while Italy has undergone the greatest moral convulsion recorded in the whole courao of her eventful history. Of all tho countries, however, over which the hurricane has passed none has sofcrod so much or so Ibng as Amei lea. TO judge by the rain it hu ' wrought there, the vortex of the gyclono mu&9 have been west of the Atlantic, and its fury is not yet spent in that quarter. At first sight the mart' recent accounts appear very afcrming. fne destructive agency seems to become irtenslded as its sphere' becomes rnoto clearly defined, and the dominant secessionist' party in the &rsfh is making every ritort to precipi tate- the crisis tad commit the sev ?a 1 Confederal Stales- tto deeply to retract, before they can receive col' ciliatsry proposals from the now Presidsflt, or becom? conFciana of their own isolatiok. The e;ira sheets o," American newspapers- reprocuce in excruciatingly small print Use report of tko Secretary of the rreerary to Con gress, detailing the progress of the great " conspiracy against tile Union. Wo road of the federal b.ws relating to the entry and clearing of vessels being set at? nought at New Orleans, and the free navigation of the Mis sissippi abrogated by I<ouisiuna; of beat one and buoys destroyed at Charleston; of merchant ves sels captured, and rerenue cutters voluntary sur rendered by ' their oQfcere; of federal teildings converted to Stato purposes*, of public money appropri ated; of wholesale treason among oliicials; of "a system of eepionago 'j?ewn only to tho despotic governmcnta of the (Hd World;' in short, of every enormity whic!f Be headed men would confmlt la the hope of render! -f the conflict mortal and compromise impossible. Mr. lawt* bad the start of Mr. Lincoln; he haB already sugg?ete<l the formation of a standing army and navy, and wlH doubtless claim the recognition of the Southern C6n federacy by foreign nationa before his rival's scheme fbr controlling desperate' men withaut bloodshed, whate-^er It moy prove to be, oan have a fair trial. In spite of all these threatening appearancee, and ttfe unfortunate adveatage given to the party of disunion 'jf the more introdi.et ion of a h%My restrictive tariff, ttc thick we can dotset symptoms of a reaction in cert;?la particulars which have reached us liy the last mall. Ii*< the lirst place, Uio-- suicidal Morrill bill was roturnod by the Senate to the House of ' Re^teseatatlves so mutllateiV and patched with a hundred ;.ad ' fifty amendments thai' Its identity can 1 srdly be rccagaiJtd There is now a very fair chance c.'tts beirg dofeated or withdrawn, and, even if it should iise. it will searcely survive tho nexi session. At the last dato (February 2B) the present Con gress had but a fe w days to live, and It is tolerably cer tain that its successor, which witT not be assembled till ?ext iMcembcr, a 1?1 oontata a larger clement of free traders. Wo do not eay tl-al the tide hca-tarned, but wc say thit matters are just in Hsat state wUHb iropeseH a very grave responsibility on frieadlv natiocw, -and- especially on Great Britain. It Is quita possible te tarecaft and arm our selves against the uonaequenceo- of tbe revolutionary movement, ro far r* khey ulfect this island , without treat lag it as a fai*. acccnvU, We siHul- not be deterred, for instance, by the wrath of a New VCr'.j ootemporary from looking for bow soirees of cottei> supply, and drawing, If neeewary , n| ion the reeources of our owu colonfea, to save our idhi lufactnrcrs from ruin. (HtorfJ.r hrtntf,w oannot fail t<> ter, ami if it our tUMy t> point nu(. the i hmfltMcy of a retrograde cummcto tC p'-Utp in the A'ort* to dtorrt JSurri) iean rode from Iitmlott and 1ft w Yorl: to OiWIfjton at id Aew Orirtnt 1Kr*t> are miUe't of batinesn and the wart of the I'nitm rinn * fj-/>rct <r.ir mer chan't to celt t/rate iU o/ w quiet by til/ iinmolatvm. But let Mr. Lincoln show hlmte.f equal ?o the o ?aslon,aud lot the rreeStA' '<? prove thorasolve capable of postpwntnr t eetioLal in) crests to a truly nalloaei policy, and It will MM becom e evidert on which side English syrapatbier are ergagt d. ? ? ? We boot* too well h>w rare Is the ius tractive genius in politta, an<l how smal' a proportl) >n of the iulant communities that Western Earope hai planted in the four cuartora of the world ever arrive at matjrlty, to thiol: tightly of such a loss to eivilizatioi i. 1 ?en from the cotmaercial point of view wc are not blir-d. enough to aappr-ee that wc should gala by the uii dnieiraiion of the American I'd ton into surh fra|mentt as Mexico or tbe South American republics. There ana ct -disunion Uts cn?tbl3 side of the watar. Kvery F.'tgliah merchant who has thought at ull at* ut the matU r bu voted for Uaooin i? his heart, and the relief th.i t w.lkbe felt in A. ?srioa1 if be should succoedi In healing U.c>*er>wads of his country, will bo shared by many wiuc javo very imperfeet nations of the Rita- of Washington and Montgomery, cmi would bai puzzled to distinguish .ho.ofeed of a deuacratf.-om that, -or a repub lican. Tfce Frrr.uhiMwate, ixro ni<c ri'kkcii or. nunc* n,m-? ilkok. The Senr.'^Ok continued on Friday, tsareh 1 , the discu-s ston on the addrvs*. Princa Nappieon reeui.ied tV> de bate. Be aaidt ? GnTiR Ht-nnrr are a' leaks wiiah reflet t honor, and I leave tbararo-ef rrplyirc Jo the outr?g? s wl.'.ah you have he ni to. liberal ' pU?4e.'j, n Kuroj ?, to lUlian putriotls: :^andi to the two. hundred tboe <ind joldlers who, wit:-. , the Kmperor head, niadctiecam Bign of italjr. (laud rsMcMtHoa ) 1% jy r il knoir w to f'lirod.&ln? Vict< r facaaaal agakt t the attacks of which he is lie obiect. (R':n**?ed a;*p?? ibai;.,*) You will no*, allow the Mu ua cU 'm Roche* quelata, newly come iu.oOhe Senate, and vhc ought to luave Altered It with tbr ootMiliatory a) rU Dli the Kmpe -or- -Lmurmurs onditti raotbeMbe*-)? y -.ujrriUuet allow k im ttfal.?ify the opltilor af Ih* empire t am anxious te I ect 'y whit his been H&U. bo you. No ! vroato aot the r t prc ontatives of reacti^ v always and ?t srywlittee. We i eprr .iS'U modern society and >?? progres-na ten^enciea. M. la RK-he Jaque' in had said tb.it> i'* Fmperer wkls parr*iu ?mo? x.L-iaga Yes! ' p4 ho glorieaf.n it, for he came amoo ; Ikiagq as the ri Tr#C0Btu*lve oJ .'l:bercl.prinr|pio?? the . r,mcl|4n of 1H*8 }. , ((<b?d nu. J cont!ai!v4 marks of iDr -Wfttkai. ) Nation' <<M>k mlstaU a. t 'jgp rely on Na potrup. rti., who will aotfa>)io h j< rnUMi ta. (Renewed .ip^ybatUin.) Tlie 'aiperce. in tr a sp ?h from the thr .an, prcnounced oo.uA^wiirds \cV ch the npproba tis ,#{ M. de Heeckcrsn tfi on de HjjM-KKP...lr Coattainly,. !'rin?e NArouox- -tie^lisvien, ih> ?e w?rda were words ?f^ty. (oh, oh.) Tliaj were w irda st high propriety ?\i awarding an un^uuearie pot^t sign. Pity, gentlemen, ~VUii not be confiiuuJ;*!' irltb /sympr.Uky. Our sympt ' U.?a are for the gioxt.Mis IUJU ?n c. ** They are for fjt.se Allies who Gno<a thfdr blOK'^by our' side at Ka^enta and Solferin#. (Ay^roba'-ioo. ) I feel ca'l fed on to aildrv? r? fe? word*, to the Marqulj <le la Rochejai isdaia. toucfel og tl;? Knglish alliauco. fSat honorable ;^?tia?aan i& conKirs^ot in his attaotrg, but we also are oveaMtent t? -our d-(onn? of that atliaa ??; : not an alliance \yjU?. this o* l.hat tui^istar. kut with ' j?. great liberal I'agJIsh peopt?. ft? :Lnt aliltnce, tho^h we may have moke aat is cccsrastons on secom^try pointn, ws c?4 dafwd tha grnaC principle of llbertr and ptpgrers Cvit -UxAe all this, too c<?intry sho.i 14 learn tint we ilc j-e iji alliavco lends OB Ui it-e per formance cf. great artWat. Hia royal tllghnec. pro ceeded to say if he hf^bnd to thank M de la Kochejam: >:a for lilt vloCe,a??, lie l.vl al-.o t- thank him for (? frank avowal of kU,otv#ct* ? namaiy. vseeond eviwvllt jfx to Rome,* wivr Mtli I'ledmont, athrowiog of ita'y ittfo tte armfe of ta^Jaad, and a rupture with the ltttari k>d in favor ot, whoa? said tba speaker. Infav?-,of Ute l'ope w^qpe polttlcai coniUot we dis approTk of the Dake of Tomny, who foajit against us at Solfartno. He oCCra- u? the alliaacecC the ()4ka of MoOana, who would oarer reoogniae na, eC the King of Nsplpg, who has been uoahlit to defend Wn own orown. an I jUUt all thla he wUU donbtlesa offer aa the aliltnce of tU?n wbaee lnfluenc?./4n Italy we hava struck down. Ih?ra we, perhaps, lime bishop* who will give him their | ^probation. Ha will Aad aa eohn In a c trtutn partr, bat, I 'i'lwm that the option will na4*pprovvof it With re I'ard to the groundwnat of thaqueetioal canno'. but gtve >0* greatest prvje Vo the policy of France. In IMJ I regretted the expedition to Rome, tal aii.ee thit time tl,e attitude of >>raRre haa been tbn'. of a gre?t nation ' What I particularly approved o' k th ) ren >*chaa addressed to such governments act obstinately |x r?let la t.r?ditic?a te be riirerer eondc atned ; the pri cole of mm Intet veaUuta, from which the unity of l"?l> \*J?ild prooeed,aad the recall ol tbe Frooch fleet fro*, Utcia. That polios, 1 ?repeat, Will le?l to the unity of Italy ? will rave the l'ope, in spite of hlat??ir,and deter raUv htm to msk? cottcejitii ms to save his spiritual ^owac, whlec n> < no atKcka. I liave foMd but one serious tin mo o' In the speech of M. de la llo?l|fje.|iieloln, and to t ia< ! fully nrtlitie. M de la ftodk^aqnaieln said th*t he di.i ml want to tee the temporal and "the spirltma |K>*??r unlW in fraaco, and to prevont it he supporti d. ih- ladepea dint* of Rome I tun deoHedly opposed to th > nuion <if the spiritual and t< mporal p>wor in the ?an?e h?nd? I Llilr.k there is quite eomtgh of that I wgnild not h*vo tbe Kmi>eror my iptri-ual head, an lie is my t# up >ral head. Oertain'iy , there Is 1MB ?< hug ver* jewing In thi id< a of a ra'.iooal church, but I rej n-t It bawwe I am So favor of rp'jitnal independence, and w ni l n >t htv ? my ?nan IWIH rtiytnifTKI ? nny one I am <v>n? atcnt but you are not, "tare you want to eu?b i*h ai Home what yon won d not hive in P?rta Wb,? Mhoi.il th'- spiritual end t"tnp<. al |>o?w ?>o unite ?t P.oB' *n<t kep . wfMhle at I'arbf He co jsif. ent, axt fajiH admit in one plar" what you reject in. withe' de not eav th it it it our lutention >o deau of the tern poral powr at prf? nt, that will bs l?tt tintto and pro ress. But if yea per'Ot in opposing ?,??? s* m- at top do etrcd evaa by fetveat (atholins, j,?i wdi etoite doubt 1. to th; Influence *?<J IXceUjtte IC 'M (htk'.llc roll (to., which win ?*? V"***1* tSLXpr,w#tf prM rwSjSft^ sur rounded with *11 the ^ "t?!? ?n$2 ministry : l?H W? would ?"* ?*** nhMtrTrn in i<?t tended by a gendarme to enforce Ohedteaca in spiritual matters. (ApprubaU^ on ?*r aaJ noise ) With respect to South^ ??7. ' . thf f5? "X^N^poilu/n^rehy l^ e^n n<* ?? sssk&f 5rass-"s& * Cfl? % ?Dg wjw5S-iS'l Sot fat" have K* it. fTV? !?!??"?#? &WS ^1MRo? m 'TStrSSSi iS told me StfS 5WB- **?< ?!S ? S IS* dt-fouco was bo.^erable. By dtotetafain tae *** KSMft-tsspK, '??syr^ 5S?Tt& ??,S JHuuary the King' ^.3&L I* x^x?f5S?'? were ?iiMiiifmirt to hli [feteooe. iw?? . f^^heWto^^uctV SSrttjtaf* the diplomatists an eiceU*t trick . for he ^?^|} an ecormcui casemate, (linghter.) It T*j* tecaine ffsssrtJjnsiiEffi "Sj, *jjf?,ggTj sirx?%*s ^tssS fssi vj&s ???"*% 55W ? m?eiv said, "I fcnVe rendwsi* yw ? m> KTfi? i *? "^JSTuS' iTTSSTw Unction has boen very clearly laid dewtt Inwi "J1**! dMnatch of If. Thcfwrenel ? "Follow oat advi ? to?w" imroire iut Von' my rely on ua both In peace , S^^JKSSSlWBty; toUowItn^awflf bare entire liberty to act ^7?" 2ft ?Tw Tbo Idea of a c?ireddra?oa, fc>***er, m ??r?w?iin#d at VlllaflrafcWa At that placc I convema a SsMrawsf SV3ES8 SSfederatlon. l'eojte iflo net accept fragmcKa when they "WfiftjfSin I?????mu*-Thi. to *tre. .SSs^^^^HjSs - bachthTrtrexj*U<^prv^o ^ confMtorution?waB a by iS^w^Jjgarsi'Ss sSbsrsssasss1 ieisssr; toi?lo 8*raptfcp? th?Lmt^, ?SSSt^'or Wrcice flue 3^a^?a^^,^'53xy opportdne irtWtapt would l>e - . r d wbe3) tbo j is to dstolfpeiMr feree.t^fW-^rar army. the tinder- i mommt shall Wave arriv od . sh? This in -*?at i Stand*? t>f ?mc?, r<cr such conduit is ! there I? to be <I-m?r and ttoe guerwtce shewn during I the wiaddm ?1A* the p?w? <* late ev mis. MTrer. cu ? ? PeoP^*R^? them^'voe ?o in any centuries t>fop?e.?Jon>^|^ the?8? *!?**> worthy ?T liberty FraiT^ -- ^ have been ow but to s-.rJfa sitoetio* ev 00Driuct Maly turned. Iiropder to eoc? ?r?? ,*tfrom thc tribune, and must bo ?nm?rt?!J'by go? ?k.t wiUgtreher from all tb^rgaun of publ \c 0P^? JJf*Itaiy do when conlldence. , (Appfoyton- ) , atti^ago? that sufTnige ebe shall baVe consclUKi ua Iversal who the remits of which' are i *w ^fomvy > after teTta*' been Ua a Montesquieu ?elves ?? 5*" acrupuloua gi ^ which they Bnld thataU naUms had tl d ^ un iversal suffrage merit. TTCin ?>anc?-wa8 <x u? - h without she said wbstche wtthed ft -r YreSnt wa, in the EniIW^2LJiaa2onon ble ger wal? tmovement)? bands of a K*? ? ? "^P0" * whht thi reply of uni who was hostile to us< fwl ? ... . .i,, g.m,) m Italy. veraa lsutrr?3?w?th?o and jom'aatioo of Piedmont "'!f r hB yJSJSLST H? * dSS The conspire when KH^r,.SS22r.?d" tes "r %SS!%?S5 5 2 ??"" vi esnassu^s 3S^a? E'v HS:5 ?J5n?5i f"7 \,b*ii It le no K?B?. ??? ? ? ^lJTiXwC0SltW?rw?rt tAi'-ed of ir ccnaee'vioc-W4th the interview at v* ar^awr U to tbe Urm^uVductof tbe I re neb government under tLoce oirctia itanoea v/alsh-secun <d peace, and that bold ?><ua (YmRtitutss its elory. There now remains tha ques n?a??tu? of the P a pal power. Certainly % 1p L.m ^bls ind ?pendenoe, ant cwnot ?^.^f-hS>ei of a new sova *e;gn. Thl? constitutes ?ho groat dld-o'tllf cf tb* ^eetlo a ^?f bat it is S&?MTcaSir2 3- h^no^JSe^ tSSS ? amount' of indep *n lence which would him noiiher tLarbiafnw tb e subject of aay one' rn rtt?sVT" of tome, divided by the Jlhor into7v^ nerfoetlv distinct c tties. one the Catholic ijMlhTonKVa^ on t he right bank, and the nt or on the WU appears '? offer a Kolutioa. Is it Ira porslble to secure tSa iadeponden* e or the Pope in one of ih!w? ritles tv rlrine lnas a g\rrl *>n, an 1 < securing to wTa bT^gwanteed by ail the Powers- The TW thus surrounded by the veneration of Chrla ffir with e. ?pe^ J ujis^ lotion and with Hi own flag, would prei-*r V2 ail ' his independence. (??r) Rome would become, ac It were, the sarn tuary ^ the oasis of rhristlanit* It will, I know, to* said that those are chimeras' Jut many thiegj which aave keen designated ? J^aTotSTreUiaed durinn the toot three years. When n diihoulty PfessnU Itself * is In rain to hope to nut it eff fcr it taust fce snivel. We are in presence of lialian unity -that must either be accepted or tbe policy of M IK' Ul lUK5heiaquM8ln adopted ? and the latter courte would neeawarlly leorl to diswiers. I ati aaickHM that the words with which, his people formerly rewired 1 the Pope shouM no! bo forgotten. They were, "Courage. Holy r 'lw ?> im France, who is full of n-wfoct ana s/aapa thy for llA Sovorr'.gp l'tin'ifl. saj t<> Mat In turn, " wis dom Ho!? Father." I wish for tho* n<*ilto come from the 'fcnite which contains his devoted sons; and the Kmpefors govornnveat , inspired with tin wordj, of our forefathorn will B*y to him, wkiat you. ought, com? wiiat pfty M (HovoMioat and loud approtaUoa ) Pon-oad-Ink FortraMo of Rltjoa Md Mrs. Yrlverton. The Dublin Mernimj Ntwi gives the follawing pen and ink f-ortralts of Major and Mrf (Imftra) Vdror ton:? "Ma,tor Yelvorton looks every inch -a row,', neither ugly nor handsome, but wit-, a f.ic *h- aspect of whk'j.ls p:tn;n>' unpleasant. dubtoin, disagreeable. Bis b?ad is baU on the back of t>.e crown alone Mo w> art a moustache at.d (lowing V7j. inkers of red dish fair hue. He s ?eini-d ver> nrniiii and airl- . UteJ, like a naan who thicks h.:-s?If 'in for' tue werst that could befall hlni, but ro.. !*d to go through with it at sU hazards. Hts manner of answering the questions iru vary remarkable, tie j-',?*r*l|y paused a r?od whl'c, as MT weighing every pv;?ible bearing or efftct ot bin oafiwer. and t>h?|imj( .< aocordldfly, like-, a chew plajar calculating before he made his move. Sir. mode o( pro .oaciition wsa that so c!Ui given In rani ? as the hugunge of 4,?*ells," The Indignation in court while h?- wcagivinc bis evidence ww really indescrit-* ble; but It wu.? when be coilly detatad bis direction* Mi Mr a. YeUcjriou about "getting rid 'C.tbe iofint" ttiat > reached its 'wight Indeed, so much wax it apprchec JrJ that, w tbout waiting to natch hiu outside, the indignant ,iud ti rs rcotild set upon him In thMtwt it->elf, thatijter declar er Ik* adjournment the Chlaf Justice remained on the beer's until be p<w the eni rt slaared Of ttiei-j?#l that haj stayed behind la very menacing bearlcg to wards Vntvrrton An itnmraae concourse smite 1 him or.taido, optnly a rowing t. a tnten.lon of railing htm r.j<tfM>iate<l with the I.itTey , running clue* by !? o iMKjuence of thia, ruimerout lag?nl:M do vicrs refoited to in crdor |o get hit* away palely, lit la said, and I '.H><i*ve with tri)h, that the tar ofBre ha* Intimate Ita Intention, ar soon ar Ihe yur.3??t trial is over, to. arraign Mijor Yelver ton before a court martiii foe ?'conduct v Aacomtr^ scnlotr and a gentleman K is aa'd that hti owq evi (Imv , the effect that bo ,fr??ii?nted as a rial tor the '?urn of a superior offl w ((.enerai Strat. oon/ee) a, jun-'isure of the deeign - ..?aeUiielnn the frlrsd and gijest if- that n Ulcer, wll be laU<fw ooe or the oxret ofTeuc ? la "J?s Indictment Mrs. Telrerton Is protaNy la her 25th year It inner the middle height and of fair c>aap4r<ttoi>, Phe woa pale, very pale, evidently imp-ae'ed, >f no', ".g'tatrd, by the c h cumstances of th? o*a*l?n,, time and place. Subsequently, when si;gh^ Our hod with the sicitamont. c.< poatiMf tie In at of the civ:i, her face an umed lie Pirn hunt e of what il doubtless w*< la, lay* yn3eod bfr, when It wore the chara^s th.it att'e?ted the despotic'* fan. Beautiful r.be was thou lode*) N'ot 'jbat lur 'e? lurrs. When cxrca'.ncd one by one, *ould br> ptoneutned n pillar or bea-^lfiil There ?n a matrcoly, a grave, thoughtful, pc.'rowfn! exprcssli a over all, thiC 1 am utterly unable to de?c'lt>c; an<l tbu It tknt first itmck and in^roARed the bel ^Jer. (Urle%- gjrU'f tha* nay not br :?e?3a'cd, had 'eet )U tm ,ur th.-ro. rh-ire wfij a sa^rw?B in the llrst tones of b >r voica, and shs threw a fni'f.k glance all n**jnd. Id a lulf.'.r.nbloii *:> prchenaWa inquiring aux Ay. as K fho wanted to be sum that rhe war lo>ieed amlds'. the friendly he?ilr 'an e ha ! n'wajs tc^ her ?raro ex er lo be found In Irela'j'l fiy the children o sorrow and misfortune. Hope. *po'.:i to tho troubled sot r tint hi<d sol>i?ginta in anguish ^ ond th' noforth akoaer.aMt to ac^ulroa strength n? wen d liars looked for Aduch.* fr??ile Bn*m? Th^co^n. France to oytl, with a delicately potalad rhm; tne r ?,ne. rnl eijresslon c,f the face is moal dK.'ie 'ly thV of g p,t i I !irmnj?s, calm, nao'uta, pem>r<iriiaff, di^n lied. piw I er sonfllenoe la rep-^rc. !t m th" ej*. t h it t lights and tr> Jcrm WwitifiU the while %a<jate i naeee, which, in lact, Is oas of thr m Which Vni 11% bcr^itj as I atlracliin m??r i (a exi>-w , nlon. the r^ra1 r f which cm never bj arc m<tely L flved , th'tr. In m< re a> m n< try aad regular"^ of the Is il r Vidusl f oaf , res ihemsdves llerglan -er^n 'trat'V, Oulle I It < h"i &j* ??> with a sp> )1 She his a fi oftxlon of r ch I aW ?j auburn hair, which wa* worn ri |a H >r I liRod, the STTtallnosm <?f which has bf?yi neeesatrUr all irted Vo tti the evidence, Is la !e?d ooe w a.ch your fulr ret lers >? would admire Mad t me Yelver < w.m attlri' l, on tli" i- llrst day, In a light colored fe^hioMtbv bonnet, and wore <i a black mo're nut ate dr.^a On the followiu dtv :? the rews hud rsoe'iad her of the desth of Mr, BelUmy. her brother la-law, and, according! j. ate apsiaril subsequently In mourning. 80 far far bar rtrsimal ap pearance; but how shall I describe what comitates the greatest charm about her? The perfection of motM motion In the simplest movement, and the voica? sue* a \ ateel ?clear, soft, liquid and muaicaL Brew tar was was a child in her hand*. In the very first reettm exchMged between them their relative positions ware fixed, aud the aaoendancv waa here. At the very start she completely teek up her position without eflbrt or at tempt, but som<4fa>w simply because it was her rightful position, oa>y whinfc exacted the most respectful and defe rential demeanor frvm even her antagonist." BEW8 mm THE BAHAMAS. Antral of thr Hvamahlp Harssh ?Pyaa 1 >?1 of tlx* KefMetiv* 8tial?s hf proarhiag VijR or PMin Alfred, Ale. The British steamer Xarnak. Ve Meseurier, arrived yes terday inoratng from lihvafua, via Nans on, leaving tha Utter port on the 20IL; ID which date we have toes ef Nassau pipers. The ILunak brings a lcrge number of pasaeogeee, umonjf whom ere ten American cornea from wrecked vessels, and nine British seamen; also from wrecked vea ?*to. ita the 19th, wh-s off the Crat'Itaaca,.. passed in Ame rl< *' aldcwhool steamer, believsd to be IXa Star of tW We*; HJ?ftxcellency flovsrnor Bay ley five a soaajAuoan ea tcrta.ament at Nassau, en the 13th, to both branches ef tha I. Vietaturs; aad other genttaaMa of dlsttsotioa, among whom was I#. Merrill, tho Doited ? tales Onat His gxcdency, Ltyttyeiag the toaat to the PmtdentaT the United BUtofe. aUtattetf eloquently, and at Oft aaaaw time fcelirgty, to tie unhappy dlseena.eea which are a t present distracting 3be l>nloa. An able sftd etoellaat re ply waa utaJk by Mr. Mtorrltft Flfty-flra -ftt cent MM theo> awarded tc-' the salvors of ? cargo of Swedish ^Ip Maris; aad forty- Gv1*' per cent aat< ! the materials aaved. Mr. J. P. DelMt, or NwrYort, died at IJtasau 00 tha JCh of March, ofheiimi rbeje of the lunge. In tho anawerto tho Governor's speech tathe Lug to tOurc are the fol>?w1ng pamgtapho: ? la she event cf this octeny being honored by a visit pom his Royal Highness Prince Altred, whict your Kx lelleney has staled to be not improbable, we are tHeroagbly assured that his F-dyal Highness will evesy v, neTe receive a most cordial wetaome, and be accorded a reception fully decuonstralhig the profound loyalty and aflentien universally satertained fOr his august parent ia ihia'portion of hor dominions. W ? ainceraly share In your Excel looey's hope, that tha ercctloa of tho hotel may not only result in the imme diate attraction of a gr later number of atrangers to our shores but may bring ;?bout the accomplishment of that which should be ever regarded as the main object of tha > undertaking ? we moan the development or resouroea which are common to the whole colony, and not limited* 1 to one t<?wn. OUR NA.8SAU CORRESPONDENCE. Nassau, K. P., March 24, 1M1. PtAMcoX Afairi in the United State*? Ik* Pilot* of the B ia hunzt? Sad Accident*? Openim a of the Isgixia'tire ? 7Ke 22J of February and 4th of March ? 2he Aeio Hotel ? Health, <tt , <fc. ? Ths people of thlB place areas Interested as the tren tr.ent Ameri-aos In your politics now a days: "to be or n?t to be,'' Union or disunion, seem to be the great questions and busy merchants, idle loafers, feeble, pallid Americans, crowd the ofilces of consignors, to get newa papero or caws of any kind. Should there be integtiaa war, the-iiihabltants here would feel its effects.- They de pend upon yeu for provisions and breadstuff, and yoor distraction wou'.d also prove their sorrow. , There was some anxiety felt on account of the nen ar rl vol of the steamship Karnak on her usual day. Soma attributed her delay to tempestuous weuuier, and others Baid Mr. Cunard bad kept her In New York a day later (6th) to enable her to bring out the President's message. All parties guessed wrongly. She waited for tha arrival in New York of the Rngli <h mail steamer Australasian, aid came without the bags, which we hope to get by w?fr of Havana. Well, the good ship did arrive off the Nassan bar ou Monday, the 11th, but a heavy eurf wns breaking across, arid Manlatt's signals telegraphed to her from the- lighthouse, "Go to Smthwest Bay;" wberoupon she bore away for the bay, some sixteen or eighteen miles from the bar. Ten of the passenger* luded, but proceeded to Havana (some to return), al though tcir>oners were sent round to bring then and their baggage. The pilot boats, which are open row beats, could rot go out. Indeed, a anil accident occurred on the 29th \ilt , which tends to intimidate even the bravo ami wcai bet beaten pilots. on ihit day thore waa a surf on the bar; but a pilot boat crossed it to take charge of an, American v>rig making for the bar. The pilet got on hoard, leaving a man in the b'>et, towlrg astern. As shs was crotsraj the bar, a sea turned her over nad broke the painter. The brig hoisted the stare oad stripes, union down, and other bonta went te the rescue, several of which were capsized in the surf, and elevea mtn perished. A subscription has been set aroot Tor the relief of their distressed /-tiniiies. to which tne American oojournera have liberaUy contributed. On the let inat. Governor Bayley opened the aisstOB of the Legislature. The Council Chun bo r was crowded with Americana. The speech cannot be looked upon in tha ( haracter of a State document It referred to the "re msrkable ocomrence" of a slaver with 4C9 Afrioans being wrerkod at Absco- the general vaccinal ton which tsok plaoa in the past year ; the progress made in erecting the govern ment hotel (mote moiey asked for, of course); the cen sus to be tal.en next month; additional punishments for crime, and the exptcted visit of the Prisce Alfiel. Wa? hlngtsn's btrtbday was observed by the American Consul, asd the shipping displaying the stara and atrlpse The band of the First west India regi ment piay?d on tbe parade ground on that, the regul.ir -tsy/oe-l to grace theday "IfcUlOlttmbia'' wan among tho eeleotioaa. And on the inaa.tiiration day of Prewuerit Uaoslu the shipping and Consulate did as ba fore. and the band pia>ed "Yankee Itoodlo" and several American alia. The change made in Ifaman since stenra communlcatloa between NSkwu and New York Is very perceptible. Numbers ?f itrasgers visit as, and the "almighty dollar" g tthors no ronee. The Itryai Victoria Eetol, afineedlfioa, is Ining construoted by Krsare. Howell k Smith, of New Yeik, the archtkot Wing Mr. S. B. llnGgyt, ef the aams city. It will be completed in June aext, fca ready for occupation ia the T* later, and acconMoodate about thraa hurmred p< onle, I'ereoss in the I'nlUd States d estrone of U aainj; this hole! had batter come to Nassau and take a. lock at It, or apply to th? Colonial Secretary at Naaaaa for particulars reepeaWOflt 'the terms, Ac. Any -one aa^ ious to maka oioney amy ?io so by icveatlng in this con cern. The Jslan.l is perj??tijr healthy, with the exception of m. few caiea cf variola. Knptrio* I'M irt-ttcnti-al Term. Resent? Him. Huffman, Woodruff, Moncrlrf, itibert )->n und White.] Mjch u IS ? ..!auu'<>. aJ exander r*. IHuilel V. Hodgpf ? finii r reversed w:Mum# , <oi*U on Appeal, with leave to de fendant 1 1 answe? in. t went; dan on payment of coiW, ?t Sp?r ol Toin?. ; The A??einan *?Ai wige Fire Insurance Comptny jm. lie; ler D Erittoa, #t a). Judg neiit for the plaintiff oa fhe verllct. ,io?eph nurnoR s*t al., vs. Fdward I'Ualeo et al. Order at Hpac.a; Term j.Bsr ,ned, with wU KuwudW I.jA* m va. WiiUan W. Van Ne? et al. ludpcoatalHrra.xi. *r;th coetv flie lit iigppci.t r irr and Marine Insurance Comptny n. 71i.>iejs WiM>a,<j4 al Order at Special Term aHirmed, frith ooaW). llfj-coa 7t aJkr r (default ) Order affirmed with ft* foets. Tm c?uit *!&? imed lint Jie. r*_*3*nov J? Miiimov ZV^'Platiox ? Tbe YoUry Ttwa cepi?g tlie MM wii>g statintlci or Mormon pipuUtloo ? Vm popu ?i *? a o' Mormons in the United State* ail i'r.Ufh donua ;ons inlSfO, was nut lea* than ''<& 00A, at v?LiQh,..V')* were reside aM In Utah, 0.000 in New York, ttatr. 4.0W 'in California, 5 000 in Nova ticitta and in th? Ojjadus <m 1 0 OCO tn Sosth Amerlsa. In F.urope theiw were *rW , of which C>*>00 were la Great Rrttaia and feplauJ, IVfJOO Id Pcandlaavia, 2 0C > in German?. Switzer land a-jdiT ranee, and fio rest of Kwope 1,000; la Au? tralla W. I'olj nests, ? 400, In Africa, K0, and un travel, n RCA. 1.0 three. If '.*? add the different braa. hee, la ?olud'pjc Sartngltles. fagdonltes cad WhUettos, the what* sect.*** not leas thaa 1M 000 In 1157 there appeara ta 'i?"* h een a decrenra la the pr/julatlon of t'tah, the num '>?- f ing rnly 31. of rJitch 9,000 were < hildrea. .'kjoatll OWwomeiaud 11 .110 men capable of boartnc it res. Tim* are men with eight, or mure wires; sT Hi *m> IS bare rare thar. alne wires . 7.10 men wltfck Wat wive-, 1 1P0 with rou.> wives, and 2,503 with mora *u tin' wife. Rocapit-jsOJon ? 4, jA7 men with abouh MK0 wives. Huotkim. K*-?wniii os> Two Schdot Crai.naw?? The PW ladolphia pap"?a y.ve u acroin. of a moat hetrtroadiog exposure to ttatn.M aad suffer Lag from want of Iwo lit tle boys n*r*d< b.irtaa HiU at4 Frederick Neellow.ata. public echoal b.mso in that city. The ./burnal saja ? <4der hoj:? <*? j Indnoed Uiem to play "hide an I se-ik" on Monday a'/trraoon, after school ??aton, and In hVltng tha little fel>/i?<< found themnelves looked la a privy belong ing to ?>?) ?<'hool, whleh waa seldom usel, and wh >n tha door v ft, r ahu*. with the iprlng latWi the children innda MM rot open ft, ami th: h >ya aU went awty , n H think ing %iu> wm lualde. The school waf cl'iael, and tha ones loft thete to rreeto during the long, dreary Oid nad stormy Bight. The former wa<< six ? oars and 1 Ae latter sereu venrs of age. They fin illy cried t'lom ?elTrs drowaj*. R^il fell down In the horiid pU>> 1 1 slxea, nsiy. however, to aw*ka and linl th?m>' Ives sl'll la prison, hur.gry and frojten. The parents of th'childrea weri . al may be imagined, almost dlntra-.tod, ther had the police t<-le?r*pi la operation nearly *11 night, hut no tilings of ihetr dew one* were received. Oa TuohI^ tnrrnlr g. about nlno o'clock, little Freddy he ird one of ibe tearhcrs moving in an upper r.om. made what nol?e ho rimld, and the young la ly to*, her ctme to hla tel?ef and rescu'-d the boy* from deith I'poT examina tion the phjsician derived that Charles Hl'l waa a* luridly froren 11m) lie eiuld not survive. Frederick N?eilow m*y lire hot his feet aro badly fro*>n aal wlB have to be amputated. Tmirr Ti??-4 i* Mi??i -?irn ? The money presanre ap peals to l?e putty tight In th" northern countlea. Hucli rnrsg'iiph* h* the followlnif from the Ab'rdeen t\m.'r>na li t* are n >t nnf rripn titly met with in the ptper* fra? Ibil resioi:? We atteo(*ed IheSherllT* aale of Monday last, and wera (lerfectly inUin'i hed to see such a sacrifice of property. Ot e cetilletnai ai tually purchased one h'indred aad sixty odd scrrs i f land fo. f40; another bought a baK Interest n a hri. k law office for fso, a ?l'ii buggy wa? sold t* t'.O, nil I other property sol'1 equally In*.