Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 13, 1861, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 13, 1861 Page 4
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forcible removal of the Southern Commissioners. The Intelligence spread wilh wonderful rapidity, and occa sioned great excitement nmoug nil clause*. On 'Change the utmost indignation was expressed,and Inn very brief space of time the following placard was posted:? OUTRAGE OK THE BHITli-U FLAG?Till SOUTHERN COM MISSIONERS IOKCIULY REMOVED FROM A BRITISH MAIL STEAMER. A public meeting will be held In the Cotton Salesroom at threo o'clock. In compliance with the preceding aunouncomcnt a meeting was held in the Cotton oalusroom at threo o'clock, which was crowded to excess by nearly ail the gentlemen frequenting tho Exi hango. Tliu morning was quite as re markable tor enthusiasm as nuniUers. Alter several gen tlemen had bean requested t > preside, the chair was occu pied by Mr. James Spence.und on taking the chair ho proceede.d to read the subjoined resolution. That this meeting, hat tag heard with indignation that an American federal ship is war him ftuoibly taken from a British mall steamer i ortain passengers who were pro ceeding pcaceati.y, under the bhcller 01 our flag from ono neutral ixirt to auoih r, doearni at upon the govern ment to assort the dlgn ty of the British flag by requiring prompt reparation for this outrage. On bjaring tliH resolution 'oa l tho meeting expressed in a most unmisiakuablo manner the feeling by which it was pe. vailed in favor 01 the views included tu it. Whan silence ha I boon in sum - m asure restored, Ihe Chairman remark'd ilut wlicn tho news of tho out age i cached this i wo tho fovling oroatod was one of surprise, mn gle l w.tli |i?dlgoa' i"n. He rom uk id that wo had ell heard of the a ored dignity of the American fa?. That dignity, he | r?.ci< dod to ?cy, was a nouns by which the persons 01 ya; d in the tsiarlous sluvo trade Could at once protect thcmaelvc:: by hdsling tho Arnericuii (lag, which ful'.y onuhl> il them to lest.-t a y alii nipt to sear, h > v h v . sel. liu ti usied it weald not bo allowed that men prosecuting mi nciariousa trade sliould tie protecte 1, and p.ucol'ully p.oceedingon thoir own aflalis. ouil r tho protection of our flag, might ho forcibly taken out of our ships. (Cheers.) Ou tho con trary , ho boiieved that the people of tills country would not by any me mi- purmit such an outrage. (Cheers.) He said, in having agreed to take the i hair on this occa s:on,licdid so wilh ml reluctance or rogri t, as be felt deeply that ht only express d the feeling, nt merely of the meeting, b it t, th onmmunity in general, when he s iid it wa Hie duty of the people n> press on tho gov ru nt nt the imperative neces-iiy cf vindicating the honor and dignity of the British namo and (lag. (l.eud aud continued cheering.) Mi. H. C. ( ti t a mere matter of form, moved that the resolution be adopted. Mr. A. Konwoon s id lie loll much pleasure in second ing the a>' .pi ion of a resolution which must find an erbo in every English bneom. Mr. John ( avipi kii, while fully concurring in the pro priety "f pr. ;i nt' g any outrage from being oire ed to lite British bug -a sentiment whie.i was universally acknow ledged throughm t the kiugd in s i d ho .c-lt assured (hat there vr.i ? no Engl shmau. l i-hin n or r-'cotclihmu who would not at once, and p oni) tly .resent any in.- ult offered to our llog. (Uhccrs.) Wltllefe. utg this in the strong) st num. iter and to the fullest extent, he considered that there still remained some rear n to doubt whether th" facts related,and a teon by calling this meeting, were In reality a breach of interna! ionul law. (Criitof'-No. no.") I(o referred at some luttgtb to tho opiuious ot tho law officers or the crown, as being in some measure inclined to Show I' at .-?? eh a si.p lis that t .ken with respect to tho Southern Comtn ...... rs was justifiable under tlio nxlstit g Bi t'e of international law. Iu conclusion, h proposed artireel negative to th resolution. As. how ever, liu v a'- '.'jt desirous of doing anythn g which w utld create a ida't of dt--.-nsjon. h' was willing to adopt any middle etnsrsc which mold be ggestnd,aud urged the njiofeiety of i>ost|Kintug <he consideration of the subject ii!l to morrow (litis day). UtoOuAiRj'.is gogge.-tcd Hint, to me t the objection thrown out by Mr. Campbell, It would tie sufficient to strikeout ofthe resolution Hie words *' by requiring prompt rc| oration for thi- outnijre." Mr.' Axviun.i. said ho could not concur In the sugges tion of the Chairman, and must decline to do so. Mr. Tour expressed lils cone rrciice in the views put forward by Mr. t'aioj.boll,: id n doing so met with fro quent inte ruption. lie nr.*wd that the present nuviiag wag he tily convened, aud had in its iiroeeoHugs already | rejttdged the caio, with the merit- of which the moe inc was tinru; piainted. He in-i.tcd (h it there was no ieu:.on to believe that the r spocstVe min B era \ol the crown would a I ovv any insult t be ottered !o the fritish flag. (I.oud cheers.) lb urged th ? advanlag -of kroceedirg calmly in u nsiderlt - .1 cu < such us th ? pro >iit. which, if prciiiaturely m-ed to extremity,might pull in involving this country in a war." (Great (eruption.) lb" contended that to urge on the gov ernment a particular line of conduct in respect of the pr. eeeuings U'-w under cor.sldoiaiton was impolitic and cqJuAt. He would not, and no Englishman would, ?ivo?ittc putting up with Insult; h 1 in the pre ent cave, plot hint ask, what hud the Amorican- done? Mr. Chai max.?Tbey fired a si: t ncrr-,- the ho'Tg 'f the iiiuil sic it er |o bring her to, Bid a* st did not st' p for that, they tired a t>h. fl a', her A'iuch bq t t:lose by iter. 1 rremeitdoi s cheers.1] Mr. Torr p-(1# ended to s ty that time was every rem on to oh! coq) ng ton lu.-ty resolution.and. in thinking ihe ?9olwigi0, tho pationc; wit'., whalithcy bad it aril him ? (lose. \jtd , \ 'ontintted cheers ?toe again urged 011 those presei,- tori ?osldnr the matter calmly and dispassionate ly, and not u * be carried away by 1 In! Impulse ol feeling '? * eats whfc I' reqnl.ed mature Judgment and calm do 'beralion. \ letter had been shown to him by a South irn gewlefJan in which it was stuleil as "a pisitive .act the/ the w officers of th" crown I,ad. in atttlclpa ? t "ir,?ir;.iuj(,lj , I 1 decided opinion in favor of tli' legality V! ft Wf.iedins -imi'nr t- thai which had Just taken pidtb'ie^'ard U ' T tIit ?'"? *?n Jaciute. Mr h ? 1 ('At'itii ini'tiMi to 0 ?<lress tho meeting to the san e "ffsct v >s ''"d < wic by Mr. T< rr and Mr. nantpbeli, but th. of present was so do cldediy opposed to lhat v;ow ,haf h(' WHS r"''?'d to de. tst. Tbo ies hiiion ? ' pro[? sod b> be amended by th- "hair man, war i..enput to the meeting and carried by a ir inniidouv ina crity, 1 nd aniid 1 ho most doaf. uiiig and eu thrsiasti' .-be. re. E or the negative only r few handr were At'bo conolnalon o ''i 'tug. was at f, ,0 o'clr.'k, 0 uim'eri f "ie '? rckan'f mi 'Champ' ex yrsr ?i p~ir: Ulv tkrir cr.n ic'A.n that //,? mertitifi a, -l i's protttdiHfff had uetn p rn-.tah.r -. MESSRS. CUNAUD AN J TORK TO TAKE THE I CIIA1R. [Liverpool (Xi?v. 27) t \ wresjioiideree of l/?.!on Siar.J So soou as the notice t ;M arrest of the Confederate f-ommisuloner* on ' oard amer Trent was posted ou the slate at the L'vorpoe ' wt'd.R! ge N.-wsroom, an on usual degreeoi exehemw '' vv'"' manifested, ami oftrrvn siinetuiti'iEd/i>.x .iiaonq f several gentlemen prosei ' it was resolved to cull au int ignatton meetirgof the public :if I iv. rpool. n the s '? A n"ti< ? w ? accordingly placed od the slate,ailing upon tlie public to attend a meeting lo be helii nt thr. ?? o .dock in the cotton sales room, to consider what ateg ,,,s , u!..taken with iefe recce to thil^tfrrw: innaltt* hf-"ri't'h fop." The cotton sal.c,coi m was densely crowded, hundreds bi ing unab'e to obta 11 t Imie \ lon Mr. Cunard vat cllol upon to prttidt, tm> A- rf't tinrd. And so eU 'u Mil Mr. 7b> r. . There ware then loud calls f 'r Mr. . p< 1 "C, a Liverpool merchant, who has published 1 work on the pi "'-cnt Amo rican conflict. \ . , Mr. Spence said be to> k the 1 ct.alr ncittonr with reluc tauce nor difficulty. \ THE EFFECT OF THE NE VR ON" THE MAR. KET8. [From th* London Timet (Money Article), Nov. 2).] Tho i ews of the agvresslor upot the Rova! Mail Com pany'sstcamor Trent by the t nite ' Slates ship of war San Jucluto produced cn inrtescribi hie effect in tho city this morning. It 'ranspireJ about ti e middle of the d.iy, up to which time tho English f ind 3 had shown greet buoyancy, and after a few ia -mei.ts.t during with h il was drcmett almost incredible, the re-..It s \ n tho funds was a fall of ouo |ior cent. From thi thv r? waff u rally of nearly a half per cent, but tin-market t \ '" ed with a very unaoli otl appearctn c. Illiorgti the prec -e detail* of tho act. which a ?? cuim-atc l to inc. f a-e to " intense polut th" fooling with wl;i- h il will be legai 'led, bad not up to that hour been puhlirh'd. The open!, * fptotntiun of consols for the account was t?2 . ex div 'dend, at which them were a'tcrvvs <? buyers. At one aH' lo''- tho notice from the Roy^tl Mall (oiiip.iny htgan t' r) 'dilate, and a rapid fa'J minrd i , \n lmj re* inn wa t!i??U ci. cour aged that I he parti'- .iriof the t: m-act en* ?''?'Id .on t l.e.i receipt, pn h >bly show- t:i' featur m cf mi ??"tion, nnd. as aevenil of the pirtlo* hy whom spec-loth " been effected wore tbs, * d to realize their* prulila r< eerjt enr ird 02 'o 'r. \ large portion of Iho | ibhc, h never, continued to regard the at I in thus1. Mil light, as a continuation of tl. in Iratee. so long gi * n hy Mr. Seward of his desire to involve the country in !|i-ucn al any cojt. Novc.ihelo ti 11, ? 11 itr-.on. ? >n ''oj-c nxpre'f -d that our government on thi- as on for o< r ticca aiot.s will muinl ln the nam o il dignity well \b" be trayed ii lit irritation, arid w III pursue with the tnc ;| -i'rral exactitude whstever course :n >y bo indicated by ^ lie p*e Ced ? its I iutarlmtiorBl law an i the natural rules for t?? Cani ty ol nations. /fithocgh r:o one iri the city* t< day lies baeu ab'n- to ????!, ??? ,e I pe- iblc for imyr 8 tub d? States wuri .nt to be serve! on lea d a Krltl.-h m>h ' lor tho rapier . .iceab'.c passenger* not clisrg d wi'li any* reeogntved cr'.nia, l%f OtsLimt mil u/WQi nspfoiied Wteh in tolera ih;i liif! a ,ptwM d H can he afcttOR to f' in cnn- | formitf villi thf rerlyreca) tan bcflOffll tfu 'VI n ' . trr 'Ac I nation* qf 0- nori'l y. ie <>u tho other h ind, shotnJ J the prore dli-r U ui-i icsMonahly illegal, ther will , be no linnt to p.. tI N with whi< h tile cm lit ywillre i spend it't i" u m t..? ? h requi-moans for obtain- ' ing InMant * it: i i i | uphold .wf the cot'inien prm ' cii'lea ihit re. > ,t ?u 'ei-piossili e tho irt-vicoui seof mankind. It...,': t , ,, ,, jcj 03;; p'd' Ci d and n w thrwi per ii .1 India vp.-' rIH to'.tis; ludia Die p- ce- i. -ci- . i ior,^. India l?i'.li<I" li'. to IBs. prtrnt it, at is (Mtsrch), 7l lo 111., (.1 wo, ie* p. i.v The l.iceijci I, nic.; let sfterncon cb- ?d in th? iniii-l i l g-n.' . rt ci Hint K 'Hstion, tho pes-l bilityo. 1, ? n y . , , ,, .t iv r , ' j the present t b.rsk , of tin cwtton MTU hetng am tist-b ."it.n-. ?nc c? ;? ' . t uv th-opcrst'.. *. Mr'' i at "it: i. has I' . r. ?<.? . M;n? it ? lane to day by-be ot , I'.. a;i C'.i <?!) tho Trent hav ing ar :vc_ at 0 1 v.h.-, lh-. mark" f..r rnl'l'h* ? ,U ' ? i , . .? Ain,,v?v<- V ,, r ?/? v f.-f'T ih. . tarn of ,.0 , 't.v ,.o, ?,h;te,i (.. , ,i ? k? .. I cautrd " nr of 3d... '>40 This <,: a-,, c v , equal t<> tho t utirc s' > k u, t - and a* t'h..r, w0? nothing in the nosti ion of the ,,ri i,-|,. t? t,x. pec tat ion of any particular inoveiuont. tho a.lair cm s< d surprise and curiosity. The buyers gave out that enor mous as tho quantity w .s, no portion of i, was 'likely to be thrown back upon tho market, and it ?.,?? a/wart lha' they ware trling/t.r tht fmitral go iiantnt: A v the whole could tad be procured on th* spot, ? yiorlion lia l to be liought for arrival: but the grfi,te;i urgoiiuy has been manifested to obtain immediate delivery of murh as pceisiblc, and nbo'it one thcurau, to, ? Hru understood to be at this m raent loadiug from L<>u don, while shipments aro likewise being h rrled eft from Liverpool. Ifeaniv^ile af' r'tv adiaurr has nan. r.d aid thf prirt noir a keJ t; 4-Tr. 1/e kiny at the stato of affairs now kn wti, the t? mark this S'turuoOti hus b.-cu that MOh a a ? .en an , U ?r orduw.y ci mstaucei, UnprovldoLt mods oi bvyint, ssema to denvte tb..' tb.s Intention of offering an outrage to Fngland, such an might render it difficult to ohtaiu suppliua heroafter, wus the causa of the hasty despatch of that extraordinary iy4er. I'loier any rlrcumatauoca It in now assumed to be likely that the Uri'i h gareminent will mntuwrilt/ pnhitat the Beanrtwe of tuck cin'rabtnnl o/ u<ar. It h i also become known tli'ut for several mouthe past la go quantities of riltes and other Aruarma, amounting to some lu-rtred thousand, have been shipped hcuco to the United Stales under the designation of "hardware,'' und Unit the busi ness instill going on. Ilenceiorlh, however, the public will cot be satisfied unless the most stringent measures nro talti n to prev-nl thit breach tf neutrality in furor of the Northern bellisenate. [From the Igindon Star (city article), Nov. 28 ] The Intelligence that a federal vessel of-war h d rap tured the Southern Commissioners, Messrs. 'Udell and Muson, from the royal mail stouuu-r Trent, while uudcr tho protection of tho British flag,caused great excitement iu the city the moment tho fact was announced. A panic upon tho St<ck Exchange tool the immediate consequence, during which tin re was a heavy general fait, fr th iu i.'ocl.t and ,'iiarte. In the HrRl the event was regarded as a rami belli, and much iudigual ion expressed at the alleged ntl'rout to tins country; luit *ubsequ> ntly it wus perceived that, though tlio ciicuniatances of the seizure may ho calculated to excite strut g feelings, the coni uiauiter ol the tedcral vessel might possibly have acted upon the .-irjctiy legal rights of his government. A <a m trjecliny the. en; - ti prceu if-d,* still, at the close td business 1 hero was nm ch s uisitlvenesiiund some irritation. The ease Is tin pc stitiu.ibly oneol'gravjly, but It Is to he hop-rt tliat it w in ho oim ... i d in a l< lupeiale spirit, and thut if exp'onatlors he tendered tlicy will not bo iqjected by public opinion. t ons is, winch Anally < losed yesterday. 28th, at 92V a J( , ex div., opened at 92), i ,. Though very dull they retained this quotation until the sei/me of tlio Southern Conmil.'Siouer' v. s known, when derided lymploms of panic were mm > e'd, during which the quotui on fell ti-st to 92 and ih.moPj , a .titer renninlng at tills i prico a . Ij'T' Iium*. it was <1 tlwit lh? loileift! steamer had c< '<t in th e re ire uj a .dm I I Hi; erenl right, awl tin renin n a ralli/to"k place /<? i'2 buyers; but at tho official c ose th* y stood at 91a 92',, whi e the quota tion foe nu Iiey w ' - U.J, n )?. ? top tred with tlio latest prices ot yes'erday a reduction of has thus been established. After regular hours there was no further change, hut the market, though apparently steady, was sensitive. 'Hie business of the day was rather large. The share-i f tlm various marine insurance companies wo sail Hat and lower, from tho contingency of a rup ture with the fcdeiat government. Oceans fell fi. Railway shares at tlio opening were heavy, in v\ mpathy with the funds, and ubo front a disposition to ? II. in anti clpiolon of the setileniot.t, which cumuici c >1 this morn ing. A h((l e 'oII took ilar* tejx.ii Ik- 1(5 by I.a I'lula. On I .'an c a hire and V'o kshiro sh-ck It amounted to 2 i or cent, mid on Mid! mils to while all other deseripi Ions were adversely ulfoctod in proport ion, l or S'-nie time if war oiasoit imgr. sdh la Aran.'',.? business (/r to obtain detinue gact,iliune, and th< markil renin.ntd very itensiliee und irregular up to the cdfii in1sc. At the' time the decline establish'd was about 2 i er c? nt on some ot th i Scottish line-, 1 \ on I.ano.u-Uirc and Yorkshire, X1, ou Midi, mis, and I pel cent on Caledonians, EuSturu coun ties, Londou and Northwestern, Southeastern, and uunic ious o'.hers. Ailor regular hours, though there wa3 more steadiness, quotation- were not materially varied. Canadian share.-. c]e cd dull, at. a decline of ).). Foreign shaft a woio uoai'.y all lower, A11 .ora an;- Having fallen $1 to $2. . . In the e I nlnl mil frt ign produce markets business generally h<. bceu rcetiicW.and eery little variation in price linn taken place. Thirn have beau numerous in quire- uh ;t ttnorican produce in e u opience of the news by the steamer I a 1 lata; bd iu tho uhsorco of any exiansivo tram ?u lions no percept :blo change has occurred id quotations. [From the Igmdon Chronicle (city article), Nov. 23.] If a bombshell had fulkn upon the city of l.ondon from tho Tuilerit*. l'alais Royal of Paris, or from tho foris of Calais, picador aliisacia. nl c -old not liavo heoii produced in the city to day than Wnit created by the news of tho t' de si war filcaiiiei Suit Jacinto liiiig at, hoarding am, taking fi om tio 'I rent. British n ail ster trior, the So Fiei ? .mili -siuucr.snndsuii.w h ? vveropassoiigi is on braidand under the pri-IcctiitU of the J'rit>vh hug. A more flagr-wi in-ult, vt was rnn.odeted, could not have been couci-iv oil, tiii'l at once tin taatily spirit ol Englishmen s j.i arousnl on all sides, ai d from iveryhod> a declaration of war against America was instantly niunileztcd and ts I kid "I as a matter of course. Cwtsout ware down, and saltpetre went i p; all the public bi cnril'es fell in value, ami, at Lloyd's, lasuranct s< n vMMlatt and it. m Auterli a became for a time imi<ossihle, unless at rerj high rates. AtiswU ajjrtcd tothr Hiitish d<") api eand to be r'-mtid I u hah and Um>. :ii h ' "J /.? r. 'The federal government. and the poo. pie if tho Northern, or Fr ion Slut'.- of America, liavo shown lately so much evldctic of 111 feeling and hortilily towaids this ctu nlrv. tied even inenifcMad a desire to conn? to R'i o; en rupttire that it is not eurprlsinrt if an op 1 ortunity of resenting the many in.-uli, rec lve.l should lio instantly seized, an witnessed to day. Lain in the alter neon il was reported (hut tlio i>tiiu>miocnieut wra p'.oha t'iy premature) I aul u Caiuncl Couni il lui - h,.on hi 11. unit Mr. Adatns had received lii: pas. pet L. Nothing of mo I inter lia - en ?t i ? d * 1 great a i on - ftl 'f,n in city circles, and it cannot be doubted that the cum.try aetieraliy w B1 be apt to manifest an equally strong ferlii got' retenltncnl. Ii w ill nl one? he seen tiiai a n o of oonsiilerahlo liutvor lance to tt o countiy un. l he at i nc submitted to the crown, and promptly answered, llie ipicKtlon at i'-sue turning upon lnlarnatlona! 'aw. (From tho T.oiulinTcl'.-Uigrapli (CifyAi ticlc),Nov.2H.] Tlio intelligence recived hv the sp airier La I'lata, rola tlve to the forcible removal of the two Southern commis sioners destined for England and France from the Trent, while on her passage from Havana to Ft. Thomas, pro diiccd an extraordinary degree of excitement, in tlu.iity, Immediately the news hi mine known tho utmost con sternation prevailed at tho Stick Exchange, whiifi at Lloyd's, the Baltic, the ,T? ru'a!?m,on I other places of I>i:tsl r resort, it vet, if amount rommnti'M ensued. Tlio elfect at the stock excliaiige. m.iv be judged frout the fact that a fall of om per cent at oiac took place in j tt.o vulito of l!a funds, while tho Tutkish bonds of I 1RS8 declined near!' three per cent, and.ratlwav shares, I iu many instances, exhibited a deprt elation ranging from on - to one and a had' per cent. Many attempts wcrc mad* to force tales; but as dealings covld not he con i eluded, except nl ex aeding'y wide q'lc.iation.-, husiliecs [ was, for ilie no meiit. almost suspemicd. In comtin-rcial channels the probable t emit of the attain in a polttivnlpi hit of view was' actively canvoi -Td: and It i- altnobt need loss to remark that a feeling ? f indignation temporarily seized the i iiblic. mind. Towards llie afternoon, however, a tendency l" rem \ ? ?: > t.vk place in stock - and shares, hut much anxiety continued to firmaii, uud tlio aflair occu plod tlio ultenliou of ail cla. res of the mercantile c ui | munity until ihe 1 lo-e of bu.-iuc5.-. i [From the Lolclou N" ws (fi.j Article), N .v. 23.] The sti ck inc.ik< : th'.- morn'ngwen i ot. hut exhibit I cd gnat exciteiiient shortly alt-r <m? o'clock, when the } news traiinpired of the ftagraid uatrage ronuai lcd upim I the hrili-h Jtaij in the seizure of ihe (' u.Td -rute < 'ommis siouers on hoard the Trent by tie* commander of u federal I ship of-war. There was instantly a kind of panic iu tho i stock Exchaiige, whereci nfusiott prevailed for scute Line. | I'rin s of mo.-,! kinds of securities wore thrown d< wa I heavily. There onoporlcd.i partial reaction,but I at four o'clock flic fuller purlirularr gl en iu th> evening I psp.-rs iiu-ieased the tenrtem-y to depri -i n. Opinion I dtfered in tin- oi-'tl j 0 tiliie degree as pi'otelh' results "f thi- sua.r, persons regarding it as an abso lute .a*m hilti. itiul ? Iu i. is (in >(?,''..if- '( incident nhieh will i/i to amicably a, >'< aged, fa ifi'drtees where ihe 1all*r cieiv a-, is eid'rtaiord, Adci .'- r, tin gra ily of the. event. ?v, Iinitially admitted, AMEKIOAN SgClKPiTER. With reference l? t'i? dealings in American Bucitrilie" the following is from the weekly circular of Mr. 1". F. Sal tertlmaite of Ni>v. 27;? The ma'-ket in London for Amei lcau scour:I x has been very gissi during the pa I week, and la g - purchases made at advanced rales. This frauifs was fairly main tainnd up to this afternoon, wbvn on us being reported that tic seees? t ouindssi'.r.ert?Me- rs. Ma-,on and Siidell?hHd Veen foreihiy taken from an English mail steamer by a federal man-of-war, quotations became very Irregular. The following qiiotati'-c* are 4*. e-h to the d-llar:? Bid. Asked. T'rited Stat'-? C percc-nt e.o:ipon bonds, 1S88. | I n. 6 percent coupou liornls, 1H74. I Virgin in 6 per emit bonds I Ma'saeliusetts :> j or cent Merlin.- bonds | Atlantic and flicat Western (New York l'-iv. I Cim, Hamilton ,v Dayton 7 p. <-. 2dm., 1 wv0. i I'etrolt A Alii. 7 p. i. 1st 1)1. con. bonds. 1375 I FrP 7 pm cent 1st mortgage. 1387 |\i. 2'1 mortgay. 1859 Ilo. 3<l mortgage, 1383 Bo. preferred - took Erie sharer. AHKi.ex assessment s< rip ? Illinois Cen. l?t m-rt. 7 p. c. son-true., 1K7.T. ill. Ot. I m. tt p. r. construction, payahio in 1guidon, at 4a. 2d. per dollar Illinois Lent*al, $100 shares, $80 paid dig lie. do. paid in full tin. can-cite,', bond .-crip, $5 Joliet A .northern lad 8 p. r 1 m., 1?71, gua ranteed iy Mich. Cen., in k*sc of tlr. road 111. Cen. have 'are takeu half interest 78 80 Slo-higan Central 8 -*. r. con.. ls69 (111 mort. Vt82)j 8't Mich. Cat). 8 p. e. cm), sink, tund, '83 let m.'/4s5 M llichisan Oatral N.-'.wr-'a, $100 42 48 .New York L-nttral T per cent tvoiu.p, 1804 it 93 iv> ii per c-st sinking I'iutI, lssl; 82 811 UO. 7 do. do. 1870 (92 94 fio. at ares. $100 71 72 w*>aania 1 t^aowtsagc, 1885 98 100 ..buiama 2d jniTtgnt*. 18,2 i' ? 9* Pinnavlvaaia ? l-?t cent 1st mort age, 18M). Hi.;; >.t I'ennsylvatoti 0 p. cevit 2*1 m. stcr. c- n . I * - 8.1 8 . 8 t 88 75 77 44 40 tki 94 70 75 80 84 36 40 91 '?:> 90 M 78 80 49 b(r 28 , 27s ? 7(,) j W/j' 78.'a 77 % 41 40 A3 80 1 *S 2 THE EFFECT ON THE FAR IS I'HUItSE. [From-thu Umdoa Star (Citf Art!<?!?), Nor. 2S.J The Prvria Bwarse appears to liavo bean cort.-ufnmng by the Americas now*, in cmU'-mMmwith the alleged diplomatic rupture be'eetn Ttalv and Spa la. fhe rente? opened at Wt. ?5c.. and they ilosod olti. ally at 6!<i". "Or.: bni after regi lar hour-. thn^ wore lelrgrarheit at ?W 5S?\ Compared* tj the laioe.- of ycul-fday, tlni bhowitv fall of lather. a. o than ti per cent. OPINIONS OF THE ENCJUSU PKESlA. [From the bondon Times, Nov. 2S> | Ttreqr.liosa strong elf it of jjlf restiaont to disown withcoohit * the Intelligence era prVWh to-day. Au English n.ail steamier, sailing undor the British Hug, end carrying letters and pa.->4?ngers from a ,S|mhlFh port to England, has been Mopped on the high I acas and overhauled. Four ot the passengers i have been taken out and carried off as pri i ?oners, claiming, pnd vainly claiming, as they were being foreed away, the protection of the dag of ?'?r??t Britain, lliese are the naked facta. \\> put nut of aiabt the acc.dents that the four gentleman thus kid napped were accredilad with a diplomat^ mission from the Confederate States of America t^ tho Court# of Ku rope, and also tlia peremptory manner In which IN fcdcraWfrlgato acted in muklng bsr aeiiuro. Ikcinten tint of the fatrial government evidently toqi to act vpun their itrict right, and to do to in at little cere nuniousa manner at might U. If they are Justified by lheir right* a* bulligerouts in what they lmvo done, tho manner of doing it la a mere quest Ion of good or bad table. If a rndo fellow claims his rights eoarstlywe must yet give him his rights; and if wo would not flnd ourse'ves in the wrong we must not quarrel with him on account of his ill manners. Is It, then, tr>io that every ofPoor of tho American navy can stop and ovei haul our ships wherever they may he fin ml, and lake out of them any persons whom he may claim to bo citizens of the lulled Males or Olivers of tl e Conledcrate government i If we were to admit the federal view of their own jiomilnn it would be plain that no such right exis.s. They tell us that they are nut at war, hut nre only putting down a rebellion. They say, or said, that they are not blockading their own pons, toil are simply enforcing a law which has closed the Souths: n jiorls us poi Is ot ontry. They insist u|m>u put in g their quarrel upon the same ground as if the CiiO'Dof I ngland were putting down a rebellion in the Ho of Wight. Now, if this wore so, it Is clear tlint tho federal Mates of Amei i< a have, in stopping our innll Btramor, been guilty of en act of aggression ohiik covld only he ftrofctiy puni>h*d try laying an em largo tm emery American ship in Jtritish ports and sweeping their title nary fu-m the teat. They would, according to their point c f vh*w, not be at war, and would have none of ilie rights of belligerent*over neutrals. 'Ilioy would no more lie belligerents lhan England was alter the celebrated O'Hrlen hauls in the csliliage garden, and they would hats no more right lo atop our ships and carry utf our pa.-:- ngo; s than we should have had to stop a French ship and take Mr. Smith O'Brien Ml of her. Hot this aasi mpllmi o| iho federal government lias been disallowed. Tilt, gene rally has refosi g to seo iu this disruption and recoiistitu lion i f the North American republic a more n bcl'inn. Wo have recognized Imlh republics as bcliigei ml Slati t>. We declare neufrullty between them na lietweeu two warring l owers. Wo no-to out a precise degree of equal consldirath u for the ships of.war of each In every filing but our dipt' ovicy wo bear ourselves ex lefty nquxl between I heui. IV hen'tor the Southern Sta Let shut t har (. iivti fa oof of tuck slot itily at mty mate it sur* that they can sustain their intpend,ne we. thud tt'OtU lens recognise tlicm diplomatically, at we alnady iIn de facto. Thl* is the lest applied by all writers <>u inieriiational law. To sop|>ort a claim to enter into the county of nations the only proof required of lb? |joo ple is that tliey are able to make their Independence re spected. Kit gs and em|>eroi'?,uud even dukes and clro tors,have sometimes .-efi scd to rccognisi'tbc government, for the Iuiio being, ol fnglnnd,or France, or Italy, hut only to their own ultimate ridicule. Wo have already recog nised these t'oi federals Stales as a beiligeu nl li ner, and 're shall, whan tho time comes, reo guise their government. Therefore wo have iuipoanl upon ourselves all tlia duties nnd inconveniences of a I'owur neutral be tween two belligerents. UiMtlcume iu the truth may be, it is nccerOietns a hulk, that we hniv axntclcts established a sy-t-m of in tenidiinal law ewe h nmc tells aiamst us. In high ball led. and almosr deepotin munner. we have in (turner days claimed priv leges over n>" trnls which hnvi ot dif fersut liims batidi du'l the maritime Powers of the wcsld against i t Wo have Insisted even upon st-p I v the ships of war of nsutrul nations and taking British subjects out ol ih< m: mid an instance is given by J iifsrsoti in l i M> ao- rv in who li two nephews of Wash ington were impressed I y our cruiscis as they were re turning from I trope, and placed as common se.icion un der ilis discipline of shlps-of war. We h ue always ticen iko strenuous ossei u r- ' f tho rights of bellig): i iiis over neutrals, and the decisions of our courts ?? law ss I they must now Sevind by our law officers, have In. a | iu coulirmatiuii of those unreasonable churns, which have called into being cnnfi l< rations mid armed neu trulitio- against us. and which have always besu modi fied in praeit .* w hi n we w ere not supreme in our do minion at sea. Owing to these facts the authm i i ' uhiih may le cited i.? this que.liim are too uunieo as and loo ontfoim as to the right of search by belligerent shi/S if viir 01 vv neutral merchant resects to he ilispnitd. "Tho only security lhat nothing is to be to, nd incoiisisbut v.ilh aunty and Ilie law of rations, known to tlte law of mittens," said lied suiwell, in tho culebniteil ea-e cf the Maria, "la Die right ol i><tm nal visiiaiion '>:id search, lo be exercised by tbo: e who have an Interost Iu making it. ' Again,lordStowoll,In the sani > .judgment, whl Ilia the storehouse of all Kngli-h h u*v on I he subject, says:?" He the ships, the cargo* and the des'iuatiiil uhat thig jm./, the right of visit out f irch are the i,ic lite.-HUc right i.f the cruiser.- of a hlligimil natii u. Ti l tbsy are visited and searched il docs ru t nf.| car what the ships or the desti natica bio'and it is for I lie purpose ol ascertaining these points ilia! the necessity ol Ibis right of vi.-it:iti< n are! search exists. This right is sorbar in principle that do man can deny it w ho admits the right of uiui initio capture: because, if you are not at liberty to ascertain by sufficient inquiry whether there is property that cmi tm legally captured, it is irnpes sib.e to capt re. The many European trc itUn which re fer to this right refer lo it as pre-existing, and nun ly regulate the exercise cf it. All writers upon the law of tuitions unanimously acknowledge it." The great Ame rican authority. Kent, trralirg upon the ami e subject iu hi. "Commentaries," says:?"The duly ol Bulf-prcserva lion gives to belligerent natb tw this right. The dnc trino nl 111" English Admiralty Com Is on 1'ie right of vi sitation and .-c.nch, and on the limitation of the right, lias hee:i recognized in its luilest uxt' nt by the courts of justice in this country.1' So farm the authorities go the tutim ny cf international lino wri'rrs ?'.? all on* way, lhat a. I* thgs.rmt war cruiser has the right to slop and ti it ai.d search any Merchant ship ,i],n the highjea*. We quolo these authorities becau e it V os.-.oiitial that, upon a matter . o important a" that now befuro us the public mind should be well Informed. Until must here* numbered tho' these decisions were git-n order circum stanc*s wry different Ja m those which now occur, Fteameis in Iboso days did not exist; and mail vesse-s carrying letters wherein all the nations of tli" wo Id have immodlaloiotcriBls were unluiowii. We were flgh' ing for existence, arid wo did in tinge days what we sicil l neither do nor allow others to do, nor <xp, t ourselves to oi; allowe<l to do, in tlieso days. Moreover, if wo pav" full -cnp> to all this antiquated law il romains still to he asked whether the men who have been taken from beneath the protection of our flag wire liuhlo lo seizure. They were not officers of the army or of the navy of the Confederate States. Ihey were diplomatic envoy", wanting only in some fcrinaliiier to be am bassadors to England and Thanes. Wi do not say thai I lie re is any provision in the law of nations which wil entitle us to maintain that their persons wcro sacred by reason of tlieir missiou; but, on the other hand, we arc not aware of any authority which will show that thc o envoy wcro mntrnbard of war. If wo hud recognized the Confederuie States, wo apprehend that wo should have been porfei tly justified in taking tlnse ambx adors <m board our own vcssels-of-war aict bringing them to Ecglund, without in any way Inrfoiting our charac ter as nutrals. But, nut if it were necessary to admit ilud those yc-utl*tiiin uvce in tl belfr'gr/cnl or a ntral and character on bnurf the English vessel, V is, ij-s trlircc. the upini'n of very eminent jurists that this vms not a question to be atlji dii a.', il on by a r < ,\tl officer and four boats' crews. Tho legal course would havo'heen to take the ship itself Into port ami to ask for her < on den mat ion, or for the condemnation of thn png"cngers, iu a Court of Admiralty. The result ni ght, no doubt, have been the same, hut if the pruc filing wus irreguinr wo have irely u right to demand that th"se pris mors shall be restored. When such trem?udoon Interest* are etitiiko we fed deeply the responsibility of discussing n question like i hi . Our duty is to calm?crtitiiinly not to inflame? the gonei *1 Indignation which ? ill be felt in there y lands as th" ra ws I. told. \Vc cannot yet believe. although the evidence if strong, that it Is the fixed determa nion <f

th" government oi tile Northern .Stater to force a rel I'frii it..- Powers of Europe. We liope, therefore, that our people will not meet thi. provi>eation with an outburst of leataion. or rush to resentment without f- II considerable n or all the hearings of the ca-e. fin the other line' we appeal l<> the reasonable men of the federal States?and they have s?me reasonable men among them?not to provoke war ly ouch arts as the to. It Is, and always has been, vain to appeal to oi l folio ai d bygone authorities in justi fication of acts which eve y- Englishman and every Frenchman cannot but feel to ho iniurio s and in sulting. Kven Sir. S-w.-trd himself must know that the voire; if tloscSoclh'inCommissioners,Bounding from their captivity, arc a thousand limes more eloquent in Loudon and In Paris than they would have been if they had been lieerd at St. .Tamos and the Tulleries. Qttrs I ioi.s of th kind in countries where the people exorcise power pass but toe quickly nut of the ham's of lawyers and statesmen,and give irresistible power to neither the wisest n<>r the tnoM peace-loving mcnibo r of a comma t itv. | Kr"ni tin- Isrndon stnr (democratic organ) of Nov. 28..] Th. aflhlr of the-Nashville hai been superseded by onb of fur superior Interest and Importance. If federalist* and confederates linvc not actually come tr. blown within British waters, they have drawn sworda ng the deck of a British ship. The I tt Plata bus arrived at Scitlinmp ton without ]<?? ? rtott iti'.xf*vtjvishot pus* lufrt, M"SSin, Plidelt. Mavou, Eustis. and McVarlsnd, the Confederate Cotnmi < loners. Escaping from thai! at on en t lie 18th of October, thej reached Havana in au nty. There they waited until the Tib ln-l. for tin- Brlti-ti moil steamer Trent, from which they expected to lie transferred it f-t. Thomas to the La Plata. ,n this hope they were d c an ojutcd by the appearance in a narrow passage of a targe war ship, the business of which in the Bahama channel they probably knew too well. Tit. Trent una brought up by a -ample of shots from the si ranger ,.bo at the Mine time h< iste.l the Union flag, and proved t# be tlm sail .lactate, commanded by t tit lam Wlltes, The captain ( f the Trent w.u then asked I ir a list of bin pa- gciw, w'aeh hi n . oi to furn ish: and on a -ivtro explicit demard for the persons <i the Oomoderale t orn misationers a *?ill more peremptory refliaal was -wado. J lie captain *as ?ust;.;i cd in !.is vefu'iiU by lomkrairulee William",R the naval agent of tli Poet Office-both i denying tin right of the Amoric. 11 to take any jserrnn I from undo -Ac iirit-b ling. The 11 mm.- net s x rnow ] U?.vd Ih.j-wsrlvrS to !e p -su v -v.-.hled. but uiwt [ c'totoed tfe? protection of sir Aug. The !|. of the i run .hicli.' j lis n ptocooitad t - exertie his vvJtos by a , I boarding ,.a.ty, having r>a.-<- , ullu???a at lb-ir hums, f llic CotvTi-Jit'tietS wcre-can icd i !> foru ,and under j I protert a- in tin < ipth.-n of tiie 'tr* -is tand' omfnfthdor ' j Willi.m*. Ihe latter gulled upon tlia oit'ci-rs ai d pttsscn- ' i p is p-event to take nueot hit <Yc1vaiMe a-ih' - j ol . to of t,( r. M Sly gotortiDl Ul, that the act j iliey liad witneso-d was u'.ilmvfu and plcalkal. I j Bui I'.o An.t-ricur, oflkcr S rtn.'d so h.r ? ()y | l-nftmg within the strict Utter of hi* iiiM.-uc.ion* I hat V> t I tU not nenrehfor ihi tit sjaU . cam Ub'jIAe commit A.g- ' en, and which iwrc,ooiiS(xg?emly, nacnod England by : the Isi Plata. 1 The event hae not beenHiiaiutcipated. II w, vidocij ' ' 1? '-ctt roi.c >i'J' t./i vf th*- AlJaodt It fx 1 | vctcnnuts ihxtfc'ltrrl->>?? hn-> hp our tuna pt? f in v-aith i for the >nt\lMttnmer,w'.h th -iiiUlfraleintrn'iin nf lairing I jfr, m her the C'lmniiitioii" t Th> "yunicti of the ivpc ojficort ? iif mr mivn h<u he n ta'.rn on the. tvhjft, orA \ve tin a.t turril thai it M cjid- 'y '>? favor of the i iji: ttbnniei try the United States Qaonmownt. Wo do not i^.ebn wimi inter pretation of the law ol out ns and ih ,pri\ l!?v.-a pf bel ligerents a contiary opinioncotild/tin austuuied. How ever diaogrecabl- the arrest of Knglish steamer on the common icgg, aod the forcible removal from under her flag, agalnat tb? proteal of bor offlren, of g*n t lemon who bad piobub y made thomsulvea very ogre a bio fe low voyagorr?howover cousonunt with Kuglian ?oi l uuil usag.s the d. titration of ttll i yuna the eiu. t'ion of right is not one to be decided uti a <jumr tec deep, or under the iojluence tf irritated feeling. Our tub us titbit to inch i <i im idinti i? only a part of the gene ral l* >*dty .tacicd of iieilu?t nations ly u* m any P*'\<!r the world. Tlio captain of tho San Jacinio did but act upon principle#.which huve always been asserted by his own government, frequently osercised by ours, and aro probably Inseparable front maritime warfare. the right of beHig-eents to search neutral vessels for contraband pemits and artirlet it l?U t'O wO estab Zwd. Un&wlly 'ho Confodon to- CmmMmna mid their despatches do not oome -tn- or the j.ri marv dfllnltlon < f contraband, which ror, tiros that the destination of the goods should bo to a ho (He port. hu no t uropt an l ower is at war with the United htatos. and the Trem was bound >r a European harbor. thls dollnl uon rcrtainly exempts V e mi?"r|^a0r,1^V,,Jnl 0D arrest and sear. h. Hut there wil. be ootid In bnokl on international law ch:?| tors murks" ximti hes I a^senuorH." Udder this bead I rati utnarks, in his valuablo work o.t ettnlraband, that o*?? toner ?rory he renrieied to an enemy by a neutral W hsany other nays than hy the corn, yam e of tores or mu/.ii/> ?.< -so h,.uite tin, "p rticularh by the. nmmunua vmoj xnfot ma til tl and orders from the I elUgrr,nt go.-ernment to at rood, or tl,enureyaw.- ofrntli'itry parse oyer . The t on sirs SiF-t,. credei t<. '? and ir.stri ctiol sof oil tiers p neeet In*. fr m a belligerent to a ? port on the metres*of^the W\ I ement Rower. The officer* of the sanJdc.n vapy ti , how erer to have abstained fnm tree] a sing on this unnsu hat Thvy couflned thrives to ar^t iiig passu, gers who were voyaging in iw. in. r< y i1 110 c ti ucity, mtr on private buslu. 8s; not iscapb t, ft'"1 lh troubbs of .ear,or seeking a home I r tie 11 families In a nuiiti ai countiy; b..t not. rious y coinim/sh-m-d to pr - cure ti cnguit-eu and succor for tboir govei tint. nt. with Ih,. mitiosl d.-ilr.. to put the largest tuierpr. t rights ol ucmtsaW. if only as a nvm.* <* P eiitlro ahold in el captures in ?. leratists understand He Joi ners oj eMudena "' "''"wen from tin h o a liertout rets rt of h Jij,.'"1' I, , u wt'tM be asking too much that they should stand bv and t n .eltbit to prevent our slops um vi'v i,L io and fro persons and rs on tier enemy ?> se vtco It lsalnriy r to, to bedosl ad thattea, ions o tli sort .lionl I Lo dio1. seed without heat, and i f olo 1 without te e If it aheuM turn out that toe Han Ju uito bal eat ftcth d ? te autboiily wl.i. lt lb.. Jar. of nations concedes to Ih-1 Igerenla over tho ord nary rights of no.l rr"V wo douht not the U?. ted Slates g..eernm n will i, act,and rnf-m t? Ukeadva.t.agw 'd J ; ,,, Au,| ,ri anv rii-e. ourown govertimcttl an t pool do vrlil do well Io Ik ir In mutd the ?o c lent a b vice given the other day by lr?'d Maulej , right I" If Utey'bw, met lirtol). git tug' time tor angry , a^i .n to ?v?l???- ' sel liar proved most timely , and wotri^t it wu [Urom'the! ?n News (organ or t xctnr Hall and tbc abolitionists).Nov. 28. | Tho American govrmtncni t surely tba most onfoi tu uatc of; ovc.nrmnts, or else the most sasgulne. Au oCl rcr of tlio ft dernl navy has struck a better blow for tho rebel cause than el her Ceneral r. Yancey wJ EStoJ Mam- d.d iiot least their friends li stmgbt lb' > m-. id a Hue ,>? nortuniiy. The new - by tuo Ui l ima, wluch wo pub.t.b today v ill lie the spil li-Ol the vhole Hcuili. Tne nuZt'yates gmenmad-for, vtil the a.1 ' an. aloaed fJ,unit ??>>! talltb> ? r ? dald^h-w struck T r t Mrll in the far " friend that nnrr yetevnen soul ten on ih" In ! cheek tunn 1 the right tor a u-n.nd I On Uia 8th iuMnht.tbo Royal and Trent wuf? i rrU>imir.K thf vot?ago^i.t\?< ? ?? I .1,- I'anish ..end ft Ut. Tlmmus, having onboard Mi. S idcH and Mr. Mason,Commissi, i .?is from Mr. .leltc.coii l^is 'nV--?r wny.o tin- coeu.ry. Xd?\ ' , , , . .1 n J?,T? 3S ll?)i \ OWB , liliti tlmt4 broutflu bor to An ofiicer of tho war steamer, i.icutentint fair Nr thorauicti j.ut oil in a boat w ith ten men bo.uucd I hcTYent, wid <1 manded her KM of |.mto=enger w ,ch w ? j' ,r. rMfcsct. He then stated that lie li .d tel. .n o inforiii'Uii n that Mr. H.idetl and Mr. Mason, with their inrcirmssi. a i . ? M; curium-, were on : Ik^hdi d tl it th-y should be iiiv.n un. | ?rt.,, Uuicst Captain Moifj ?f tho lrctit. ?"r'"'b' re." t ft, tittnly ilea ion the right ol thefc' era tlio. rat.* take anyi'cisiu troiu ntit.of the Liiti ht ag. ftevon l.kcly thlit, bad I.icuteniu.t Hmfax i. ? oived w? ? -m' c in tliisconjuncture, he would have be. u ?itl lv Claimed the protection ol the H. ill. b tt.ig. liad*' Lion tenant" I aUrfas now drti.ted from his a' Vo cross ottt'COe re. hi hare hen e wmitl- ; b .t horrent t tl?. . v ti ? hte hat ! to (?: : ^:nor^U,^H.rnt!l?,l^ fe'Ti K .. in 'tb s rbb.. - i.c?a d. " I am the reiu. sentm yr ol bor M i!, sty 'i> p.' i 11 no ut,; '"I I call u| on the < lllc. rs and mmsciifrcr presi t to v I r era, that, in the Bt m? ol I o U. i-rth g \ cri.tu.nt, I on lir.clly d.-t ounce lb s as an t b ? culacl an not In vio!..iimof International aw,ana I, fu.bed, of i.enton piiacy, which, bud we the aieauaof dol'enro. you would ?ol <l?io tc fittcjir t. ? ?? , lho remote conso.uemes of tin net w. shut not ?U.H ".top edict, hom h for the peeient ?, ill la A' rt the doty rf cargo r ..... ?rt nmile c .irl't and immc-'ai/e ra'isfac'.in. lt= wano u t III l>b s u'r lio[.e that, nai.L I nirlnK v ns acting \v It.iiltiilkroctiode. ami that the, '. Oib, ret i ill no toon r learn what has token p.ace in the 1'ahnnia chanrel than It will Mi tn Mann end fthdell, and tm ?> tht T?ur* ar.:h ,.y. fie thing Short ol this reparation I ltilthvrc hat boon time t. r cett em.. U .to V . bxg t.L) vc feel li.'iiud to belicvo tbut the t-o re "t ( s.u ,,, hoard the Trent w:o an act as m i h in ejroet of ft, tv as it was in violation of public law. Nogoycrn better tbun ilolim *. wli ch i -yhrvAv t>?<- righl* ??. i" ''K rents .iwi neutral. v<*v*cV\* } ? WMlo thi* wnr w?? m--I r? h n it to have our menarMc mult sbv? "? ' ? ';ih ? ' ? lu tilth rarliee. in teach ol icdial'tni't. mi ncitenar.t Kalrfax emfiMsl fit, eif to dmumd jic Mr. PlWcira <i? Hud t? lb im o wu tn'i t h c.o acquiesced in his vr-il ?? otie of the T&& SSS5&dffSS! {?.?!! J"'" ' tat 1 Afferent l I ng. Tnth- eyt of Mr. L ..,rii v. -r sub I Mason tu c ichfls; tn mtr ty- ? iaVho ci^imLar.LLd th.T.y.htstillmor-Strongly com *\ L I. dS,bcl,-vo,mtrr of diic'.'t cytden00 hut lb:?v/nj i-rdeif.1 hythi vcrnment Vhe (V?! inrtot HVrtirnU?' '*<%**>{*<}? I ill Ihi fa hi- ar : ,'| II?! ?arty. In Jar 1 lur.ui v ? 1 ' '? > , I?ei UH t'? <1 be i'VO. m ti e u1i-c:ao <?f diif -t ?'V.'ienco, that IV, ,vT ? .Tder,.1 hy thy Uda ! > ? vemment.", he t l.f Mot Uo'hirrU ? '.-new* pei/rfiyo eU that it cannot at irt tore fahnav i inn; ? /? ? / ? , ,1/ caorelief at our mri cy. Wo tolllit Willi caw r- tn v-> tho severe pressure wblcli it exerh, mi ho So, I by ninaid of its blockade, and on wlbb ft-s-r. ,uusA "Kwrssr.. tss ?" '? ^acroeiSfA'ism ? ? ha e glven M provocatkn lor this outrage, the courwfof oor covcrnment has bi i m forntly fotbeai ng and eonnldernt'e. I nl I aim ?rslotiT' lii'tb ptnt has tminr ft L ed itself o". y in magna',imity. No minmtor could h-LvL avoid' d more ai V?nsiy all that mitld fa r y k" e ol f* or \vh"H -?cca*ioM>? for frmoi:s'r.?v ^ hu\ ? arisen, ?8 n Vlu- rcc et im, ri.nomviU of suhjeMs, have borno hinisolf with more patience. And for wuat .divit ihouia tha Ualtfd Mates government tIsk a ruptuie with this counlryV tor th- tn, e ruh.e gratt Ilea'ion of getting the pcr-.ns o! 1W'> -;f" ' 1 I, .r The WiKhinefi u fabm l hn* >hau,. ttalf ffiirZnia^ Inc^opi'a'like"tbose^are irritatb.g. but the PrUish awsss&sx sjs^SSS nuro *1-1 -id! ? srfil be forth* government <f T7n?t',ts"t -to ??? rstfa what tl oat of the tvo ewmlritr. |T*r<-m lilt11,'indoa (tlironlcle. Nov. 28.] to' Wood of.til Eiifftaii'l ?it'; /-? rorrd blithe lalrti inWH" prtu- /run inteuVa. Tho feoornl authorit! ? cold scarcely bare acted with more lawless violence li.-id they boon mandarin* of China. lour American citizens lia\o been drugv< '? h'1tn "'?? ahclter of tho British Bag, charged wi h ? pi.rriy | < tikica 1. I'm < e. How much further ia the I alienceof t sisocvutry to goi The Tr- ut In a royal mail gtc.amrr. Ti had on board lie* Mi\|esty'a agout. li took Me sre. :-li lollvaul Hr-om. w th their .secretaries, as pas Sengera. 1> waa tired uixin awl boarded by a fedora, ttmn of war tho British ?tnie'ard waa treated with contempt; and 1"!'/ persons, ut.d r the protection of our national oiisi, ti, wera ir.ulo prig, net a merely be oaune the broadbidc of the Sin Jacinto tin. at otied .itittiedial j desiruatioti to the T out. We Diiftid * our country ttetl if they w.ll to a kmv" ion Jf these ej.rtyc ?. The fedetel lieutenant came 4 plw.i't tl at be h -ard lo protest, ijeforc he cuti htttt. ?.m hi buceaucarmg cutrrpiieo Ceatroander Wli liarlei i tinuly iiiv'.ied the law ol ru'jons ayae-st it as 'an i ice; j act, in vSt at Ion of Internal taw?an of ? a.ton ; tre/y. Haal tit<fe bt eu an ar?t;mettt in the p*4 timer, b ? lid, t \n.ei icatm wo lid i el have daro I to Verpetrat' ib cwer-dy RUd ittsol-uil c?iine?fnva erm* it was In eluitleiigv 11 blood b twvett trjfons a; ,.i insult a. 1 ower tMirb. for jtuurs (hist, lias t - ? abed the b ace.irtao' the Not ah only tee icnii idly In poind of fact, the v*;y patTCl'jiu g w itytl luv o fought bad they po .su.ssi d en a j?m?. It 11\ lunrr.t of the 'tea V> mntiVm'. n ?? ?o Jlriti h rt'Ck *w>? M'Csutoe It appeals to lite s|-.*'t of e\ety F-n* banian. If wo tolerate this so, t of f rev boot tti(j, we ahr?!l next huv " the Jack bants or tin North over hauling our men-of-war. And what whs the proton; ofor tho fe.t i.?y coiuinittiti by J.;e lUi.uut Fairfax'; He alleged Hint tb? Coinruiealon'us of the Confederate government were ue Kiard the R yni Mntl steamer Trmt. Granted that tb > wore; and what theny Suppose au Austrian frigate hid captured awl ransacked tho brought 1/> :1? Kossuth to Southampton. A tlirtll would ?< have pesaod throrgb the kingdom. Supp<si the S >u',n vicinri(iu8,aiidl'roatdebtLi!iCo'non his w y loourrb'yreH In an ocean steamer, intercepted by a Confederate ig. Set it in whatever light jmu may, the ans <u t is unendurable, and Fintluilimen nest now a-k to bit protected by their goverutue>?, 1t ia full time that peremptory m wire# werV sdopted. If we tolerate this b ow struck el our Hag, wev'hall Sjieedlly roccive number, for it is e\ idoi t that the .'abiuet of Washington ia wiihoi.t acrupleor Abraham Lin e< In, u'Ui,*t nerrtm n to jtatver too* i.'-nerajlu weboiK'-d on thin side of the AtUmttr, hat proud kinwlf a/edit, ?."?? fuud, aiul littU minded rrv dus-iity; Mr. fceward, the Are brand at bis a.bow, is exciting himself to provoke a quarrel with nil Kurop , In that spirit of senseless ego tarn, wlihb indorse the A me leans, with their dwarf lleet aud shapeless tnars of luc. squads, which they call an army, to fane? tb into Ives the equals of France by land, ai d of Vre.vt Britain by Sua. If the federal Btatos could be rid of th ho two mischief makers. It might ye? redeem Itself in the sight of the world: but while they stinger on at the bwnd of a (fairs, their only chnnco of fame consists in the nrohahility that the of Ellwand will blow out of the water their block*.ling squad ons, and teach them how tnreR ect tho Hag of a ml, bd.r supremacy be yond the Atlantic. 'IRie keynote sounded te day, lot n? sort well ussmed. Is list the pre..4# to a storm of public indignation. We hare Aad our citizens arrested; wo have bail strangers torn from the decksef our slut > under no raw oxoept that of iho back Hug we have been pirati cal y outraged. Is this to go on for ever t If so, we may as well set up as a universal peace party. Sir William A'-mr'r npnerd natrhampi'n hif puiin rtiif an Arneiican Lieutenant it In do, with imiwiily, v'irit the four pr at J'oinert of the continent ronxl'i ned woidti not dare 'oda tn 'A the A" t rami, under British colon, that floats tbs Kurojiean sens. [From the London Chronicle, Nov. 28.] The exoitement which prevailed in the cily and in all parts of Londi n yesterday, on the announcement of the outrage committed by the f. dotal ship of war, was most intense. Tile newspapers containing accounts of the pro ceding:* were pun lused with avidity, and groups of per sons colli ctrd in the streets read the Startling news by the light of the street lamps to a.;xi<? s listeners who bad not been able to obtain copies for tb ms -Ives. On the Stock I xcbangb in I its neigh.uirbood many copies of thv early editions of the evening panors were sold at it shil ling and evcu hnlf a-crown each. One universal feeling of indignation pr'vailod at the o<nduct of thonlllccrs of I' o federal gov. rnment in thus daring to violate the seen rity affordcd by llio British Peg. Lute in the evening reports very generally preval ent that l is passport* had hcoti sent to the Amor can Minister?that ordois had beon Irs nil for the immediate seizure of all American slops In our ports?a'.d a variety of other ru niort, which it was imivr-slble In trace to any reliable sour. o. On 11 mailer of so much Importance ib ? Govern ment will, or oourse, act on'y u tor due deliberation. In Lirerj oat and in the. prt.vimial tnumt the inlelligiue was rereirfd vi'h the larni fer'irgs of indi^nnlii n. Immedi ately afle-the r>ce pt if tho news, per La Plata, of iho !-!. nth. rn Corumis i nors having liceu f. rcibly taken from on board tko Trent, Brit sh mall steamer, a was parted ut li s Liverpool I xc ange Ho< rns of a public meet lug. at llir.-e o'clock, l:i the Cotton Salerooms, to exprorn the indignation of cub,, its at the gr> ss intuit ollerod to the ltrilhh Pag. [From tho Loudon 'fedtgraph, Nov. 28.1 Another success, all the mnro cons,uc.ou, this time, riiico it \vm effected upon British ground, has to he re corded by the Northern Stat s. Captain Wilkes, it, com: it'and of the San Jacinto, federal war has forcibly ?eized the t ew Richmond Commissioners a ho were under orders for Europe on beard the 1 loyal Steam Navigation Company e vesael the Trent, the officers of the WVIiiag made good their right ol forcible . utrv upon a pea!-/ "1th" i^,m:?'Sn;!^3,huwKhu*\ '"'i: U,""U <U"U ? t . ?* ???>??< *>\ itfi moans nn'viiictmi SS iifit ip *#i , , - innii'c, una wo now ?:,K. fv;,^ there> ,."t appear any l.kcl-1,'od or qurwti * i tie lir.iy, <(, ,)?10? /tu,< titic ifujt ? t.Jlj?i ? A) t?l'M?Uhrrnn,tt,f;cuUrmrUt,f'*nr.frt f'.i, nilu/???? r if sons bio"' character ln.; he 'be cnrl-moed under that head, even if ,he C .inn, 1,0'ira i Cogency h s jest ha peced was net uufcre o n I ere, and we boll v, that thegj views have for "cwihi'm boon tiUM rstci d as likely to prevail in the affair 1?" oar own |mit, we b-riiaiol to bollevolhat the Xli^UruTn m'\iU W,.C"^ W,,"w KC-H (mjiiu ifJUj to II,' txlr.m' ?n tins parti, ?/,,,? in note //,' T r.""'."ns rrr n . fn a- frt,, are. ? nrl taft'1 ' "y;a>" the ft nit 'e > n , v, ii c-mnot but he regarded a, a mctvb.-it el-etching tVlvil. at tl! v* 8 courtesy. tve ra;lor tiisa in c|"tl it , '?hin!f,on authorities would desire to siv.d r enJll. Ci'"r 0f e:vi"S t'Honce 10 the public or ibis f!?r tt. yc'i' - Utill IHAIV/Ih ( ft >/?' (, r-.ininUat Jhchmon-l. The i riri'.-ee or merely ho.ding the l-dlesof Mr. Slide.I and Mr Mu'ui sidrrahVa erytHI"o 1 "Uv??,f gr 1,8 ;?<?lneil ;.l ko , ,.B. M , V i ''ouid n?t lor a nr in n: sn- ecltbai the cash on board any object; ..or whs there any e! ,t ,y t?v?n<Ucale tt lower w! id, ,.,gaJfy , ?? h aswoh known now in I aris ?:,d U,n l<m as they wm d have been after tha arrival of the )'e:.t!emcn whe have 1 u ,htt pi ^0!n?i It miglit have been i".v.f r hlrt-nnd F?i h?-(t anything wli:i-h c-.-n Ktviuu>:.y crlj.pio th mr-mv swure any very yaluiibie jrize ior his govortnrcm ?.'? Htnbhsh tiny nen- ritjht. " > ' ? t?Sv?! ?a' hlTr ?'"bbls hang over the wlndo proceeding Wlmdi lhoT"" ?i ! r0i"" "i1"" ir.auiii , m , 1" <h" Trent wn I, jan,< d by tit officers of tl-,- r. de rnluavy, orol the demands whleii worn m ute i.Vnn ii>? nyhsli "ti ter in dnr^e of lit n.a I eteamnr- bet '..oseo ; ha. ,he groa! delicmyof I he task del no. eh-ek verr~ I n a.s i.-rogulariti's. ( Williams the mal, : !'? " bire ord a strsng p-op-'t I >V". I th' ? 11, ? gal cn.idcct of the eatdors and it ia I ). . sible there m.y be good i-.rotm s for the' Wn.Vhc made use d. Ih t Wiikesan I fax did not very e. o >y in.dcrsland the linvis of the m i \ wh.ktJ',ih?r'1 ?" cvi"--"' fr""' '"cMent. . f , K (onituo^scno'R out #?f r' jtu t u-.i i pacing them ,n h?ard his owii Bhip Mr Va fax bnW Hi it he iiad ' ' on bonrd _ i, , * ' I' I 'IK / : also the captain of the Trent and hi. papers r "-'.V tin t fTitv nll'trl.- ,,, -at h J,J would have beer, it proceeding po' fcetli rli'ie ?, < f , I 'ha, which the Americans v. n' * .\i ' n 'Vra!,;"l!-!',"Bl -X|"ir perfectly und-stoo I the ??hield whirl, protected liiin when lie ,. ..... ?! fr? ;i'?r?erdeck, and h he wan- ,,,? be , 1,8?*, 10 <omo there lor ni"." This (I'm rcnlv ov.dent y .taunted the daring Izdnfenant, for he i.'.stanUr -fed, and, dcc.aring thnt he wanted nothing further went his way. The "ee.i'rcn.-e is curious; it imnli's Jha .the American officers had intended son. a, beyond their authority. i'e-eha.K-e ll.ev w.-r.- h-mine . ,i ]'!{ information, or they n.ay' hare siroplv v.'shoK the luxury ot dorvu -iana ow-r a. ,': j 1 frirnrtc of ih- Somh who hap.xncd' to 'fall 'into ' their hands. lie nil that as it inav. they hazarded what I hey manifestly mil to !>.- e l,iw|of, ..r.ompt and when they were resisted with the chara.-r-riVie llrmnef.sofuii l-.g.shinatiRUnaligapriihiy (iKj,f? ,i,,'.y s.l""' y'- Mllll the ?( p.,11P, shows ;ni,^i in which they atlrxl. Evca without (his graf-iiinus esc?. pale. en. a'\:i,nvn that ,/ MorrW tmn :Ui ?? >*. ? | I'Virarl"! ly the letter of tntenia' the H-grr' vive i ! a' '! '',e '"'oral authorities has u .-?ri"us bearing-icon I f.""}[Z whi, h was keeniy discuss W between I In I we couni ries some yen:rinte, ?ud may aris e'B ' riiri" !!r "" 111 'r,0:1 "lul t'rciit lirifii, claimed The rigr.i ol ff-^art h, m okI t to a certain how fur unv Amcri can vessels wo e b.eaking tl.o law as it had been s.-rtled by lraty; nnj ih->t tho Americans not oniv denied th ? right, out avowed thoir determination tir reojet M m spit.- of this active protest on their s'de" tb?y have nmv pushed "the light of search' to a very extreme point ; and the deiails o. the transaction do not it .poar to nalicate it-, ??e-.i charae'er. It must be altowrd that thus lar our "'.vcrn m-'Ut hae observed a noutniiiiy absolutely irroj rnscha ' <?'? >?? K<?Hl faitb istiol repaid Jiiiior t.. i pi good folding. ' i Tha avert has aroused fn this co-intrv the strarueat i iea.'^t^ "Til? ?">" very fair), repre scats in^pnbJit- in iifi po|? ;br Htinitm.M on gi i h ^ t? jeet'-., and y- HI- rday tin r xchanges . f I ondon a d i ivcr pool were ilm SC. n-s of au evehement wh ch has n..t be n w itnesso.1 /or a long time. The sense of :nt,r Wan tnnigloii wuth an unproRsio i that such an outrage . n l he Ht-itish 'I.ig tmmi ha resented; and the fall oS the fun.'s j was tlitttesp. i.-ete tho'I'lttsii.,n,'? WUhtU uu f" V. ur my Utrlhe, ?? do not Utvle for hm li'.Wy l? winy jroti th, a t. tote* fty tMt. But mi .onbtadly it has shocked the tiMioti. and materially ti-jnrd the I do of pwe ar fcoiiag cga.tisi th- Icderal govi-nment. Nor can It foil u, mf P">* new and sterner intiesnpou our ou t exocuiif". If t. v .otter ot the m*whs-It tlto Amoricaie invo'ta were rig ..y enfovted agunst th-tn, an i . - wlnnt. br .rc . of thoir lucs'tit operniei ,? woeM be arrested. %? ha.e ! already said that he hnrksJo ol tho soullxei. }K>rts in Wu.'d:y incWn tivBut any attacks upon the vessels of a 11 Icnili\ I'oxvey.-parstiing fl iendly cnmioerc*, under ti.e prett ct or a bit aknde whitb is not verltabVy carr'od out ucc- ; dir.g to yule, Is a, trespRra that ot.gbt not to b> tolci at'-d; ant'_it in curs to us as not Impoiwil le thai it lb? fctlfuiil g'.ie ?m nt should thus press tbekiltcr of tigi law ago I st fi icuilfi na welt an eucatlcc, it rc.iy I it I Its-1 conti cUed In the saais maimer to rcci'giiiHO shostri test construe!t >n vvi b regard not only to the r ght of "ea ch, but of blockitte, 'Ibo wretched blunder into which Captain Wllker and Mr. Kalrfux w.-ra rushing. M,9 uv.nner of cxeeuting an uugru.isus and ipiesi i*>"jblo Intrusion, and th, whole of I ho pre c e-.Wlt's, loach us to bo prepared for still rasher tnea tut etc at the a.ime hands. Th.x o who have so iodtscreelly >c*."tiie our a.-satlniits have bena.vcd a keen jealousy of c'wny free ixmstruetl'ne on our part.nhil.. Ih'y hare sum marily taken the wtd.Rt licenre tor tkeuisclves. Any perseverance tn such course canimU however, D> per permitted. Reeanse thsy ere iir^'ole to keen order in tn< ir own Btst.s, ths federaltsbydnust not bo suffered to I tr lie with English Interests _ cthl if they commit ma:w I more m'stakis the ont,nce/niay meet With chuitinom?ut, i prompt and sevoro. * WHAT THE REBELS SAT LORD JOHN BCUSJSU, AND MB. ADAMS. [From tho Loudon Chronicle, Nor. 18.1 ' Th? following Important statement I* Mid to hava --- made on the authority or the Confederate CwnmiMk^T who are at praaent in this country ? mmma* hr? **<* "??" ?*?*? war," of th> ,v? r a *1" regular commissioned shln-of ami rott^ io ^,!:^ S,8UH' '? ent.tlea "Vo r.p& tho federal govern men FiF.'FlJ?*' A,b* M'ntater of that tit* stopping ^rn<d ?* 'Mr* H"**U packsAPyan -jUral iLn?}. "eam -Wtft THE AEBEL STEAMSHIP NASHVILLE. Tho Ornr of th. Wwh Londea-Aupf, Wel.o? R,f?,#a m "f?*t to Orarrli the ?a?hwlU#?-Yllllc Heport. tUat th. Brltl.h Oorernmole Recognises Her us s ft'ntlonal Shin 4c., Ate., ^ In accordance with . requea't received front' Captalo claon.whohad prey f reely gone to Loudon, the whole er?W of lh0 Ifc,n'ev Iiircb "ere eoi;t up u. London Kouthan M Ca|'tuul kelson had returned te his WM c"nUB<;tftlJ wl"? the capture of pi red Mtur#0' mbkt not publicly trous PbMo 0'^,% cnrre.pondent ,ays: or this Ship or tho hdentt^s oAh tJ 10 1,18 in relation to tho qucten AU ^ritl,h gov irnniunt certaiu at this raotnout Is that th. w i <?!ln bo 'd311*1 "? ?t her berth m the u,Jh,^h M 11 r,,n'"M I enu.uit II atluit sluggishly over tlin k "l0 ""tl "I'd all a;,p. a.-., as q,?atl? . .,bour'1 ol' ?" been tak.ui towards repahnug ht'r ak?u r su,l'f hav# or shipping any stores. shattered paddUh.toe ""FS nc byCM^l.av^;'r,,XrtthUe 'rih IT tb^?8'f to Messrs. Olive, aon, Lavio acid Ve'lr ?L- oH K"s!,8l'? pluro, O d Jewry, wlmlm"etEtJ "f t'"'!,r,ek'A tain Nelson, lately ciiuiman lirv'^.h Hi? 3ol'ctor? of Cap ?u an applicuilon which was mide^n'h S bih^a^' tho Lord Mayor &t tho M?-wi u honati, first to local m.AlA??tM ? ZidSTfe "d ih? search the steamer Vaih. i . ? . a wurrrant to to belong to hi,,, or the ^w ners o^I^ K^^/eh?8 u dec ISO, ?.,s immediately teiejrn-hoTto '"i',"nIn, ''""J m the course of the afternoon ?". w,b . ??4 Innl Kueaell at the iorofcn 0 I, otm.?i'""reared to olioitorp, roqui^tinc hip lo <i? i?v ?' * ,i ttU?\o nauied upon hi.n, by the ,?eduction X a'li.orhy ^der whicl ''.?mil,'\'' |l |i'|l|c''|l,',,in"| 'I''..-' up . oPoJotnii .,1 pp lulud ihu Sa hv n. -if ,'K ",li J the Court of Aiitniraitv u/r.? r .ot?l0r VTMUsmg iu Villi- ur ml,- 1111,|| i:^ h j 'J* Nl|ai KWrWrft,: s?s S'li^p-rst r2.ts? :,a! morning* ^ '" 1"t-v~,ls "< (lu,lahAl"lEt if .V..1' werc '^cu on board Hint se-Jd fWi> ?as M ,!he rar' ire, and b fore his fflsssts-a ttunaa r SSSWsw lKhni thf commission, *>\(A watfhalofahmttnan'.xn th'nzcy, and it a>tu gritted Mr. J. 3. EMridgo, Ihs nv jistrotes' clerk pointed ont lUntn warrant could only he granted in a mw wl,e? goedt were supposed to be kept from felonious int. " KnX?,Zlf'nr!Vh; ">^knr,t l n "' '^I'W'ifte A^nfccor t'-'itn icWd M" federal fig,,, loanl hU Ca t ain Nelson admllted this to bo tr,i?. The chairman said it was n recognized i'acl ffin'aeen r-neM haa a n M to tat* (injthinr, l,r , hose tra in- ,u A rtr cumbntfts eu erUte I m this rase. After n very In n FcZ veisttt.on bet we n the parties, the whole proceedings not ??ci,p> tug, niar.j mil,' t s, the chairman sai l ih t the m -gistrat, : were unanimously of cplnloa that tteaupU. ler.'ed lo'll eT-' *r"n'cd.'und Capuin Neison wa re icriett to the Secretary of State. THE RKHKI.S STAND ON TIIKtK DIGNITY AND NATIONAL IMPORTANCE. TJ ItUi KUIIOIt OP TliK r/lNOON ItJfltAI I>. Will jo'. pardon mo for making a few comment* U|wa jTc.:r odii i ial iii Saturday's II raid, on the Nhshrll'o. In the llrat place. yon: assumption that the Na-hrillo, "a Confederate, c me -' hero lor tin: r.xp.'ca* pur; :e of bringing over an envoy from North (afflitifi, Colonel Peyton, on a special mission to the gov: nm.nt of tots ootttifry,'' If cntlro'y orropeous. Mm (litl not come for that purpose, nor is Coh nel 1'eyton "an envoy to tin government." Iti the scoond jdnce, your assumption that Colonel Peyton had (toy control of tlic N?s!ti ilio. mid us :il her " for the purpose ot destroying enemy'h ships,'' in equally errotnuu'. Col. 1'eyton v. a* ?|Oi| >y .1 j>a.-.-enger on tic N.o-hvillc l>y conr t . v, h i. :;if i,o authority ou hos-ii. in the third place, you pi'oni. incn the rapture nnd horning of the Harvey ltireh an ?' oooeulrlcuy"?" a very wanton way of making Will',"?not jt . t'liable by the i.sagos of civilized war. I'ieRM to reflect that the ain: of " civilized war" is to destroy the armed enemy and inlilct injury upon his re source.-. t' tai'di Engiieh hietonj for the sinking and burninp, m it suited, rr.t ini's remeU, b-fh arinni and una nihil, aiid Ih- lm in in p nf meaty's villnpi-c. That his tory will fuiiii.-liuiumdaut pruc-Nteiils for ih case of the I 'nrvev Ui. eh. It is true useless destruction of life and props -ty is "wanton,'' tho'gh strictly .ognl. But ivas It its ot s i la ( thisciM l Oa ly tnd. b-' ntteo a fino ship ol 1.500 tons burd n. valued at ?'JD,000, is valuable to the enemy either as a transport or as keeping up Its commerce. Its itc-'tnti lien In this case was purely a matter for the cap. tor to consider. It was his property by the law of war. lie eeuld do with it what he (denied if not interfered with. In till- instance he war twenty days frotn his own ports, they , too, were bl< rk'udad. Ho was within two days of Kugli. it and French ports?neutral jsirts. But those juris were closed by proclamation against, his prize. Mo was, therefore, compelled, apiinst his own lot re t,to c.i'lroy a valuable prize or to let I In enemy have her. He chose to destroy hor. Who lost by that, operation No otto hut tho t'ouIVderaio government, whose property rhc was. Why, I hen, should oitber Yua kee or Englishman complain! I s pjirelteitd that the " of burning and tlet ti-oijiny" is twl s? itn/aiHiti u to tU Kuyiish low.rthnt a t'Cital of Ih' tnniiin'i) of (he L'ersvj Birch tot.'/ rail up ma >? i tears In Hmjlish yes. Neither the Nanht ilie uu' (ho Confederate go /eminent are beggars for v>i unco in Europe. Ihey 'mln claim uui'.ar the law nf rations h eertaiu statue lien-, and no / l,lore. N di'i' are in a aorta in d gree dependent on eacii oiher: and t 'rhapx t' jittt be j th-- Vvnft dtrati N alts an ns li He iL 'm mar fon.r a.: tjty tied clat* i'otir r mi 11- globe. A OONFSMlUTK. CAN TDK HE! ft IN AN KN0 7.18H POUT? [From tba I/md. n Globe, Nov. '10. | Am soma doubts appear to. prevail res|?i,ting tho caurse likely t ? in a iojitvd with /o?*nc? to '.ho Confe ieralt ship NushYillu, tie* lying m the boulhwupton ducks, It may bd Wall to pointful that the lav provides for has case with SPflU'jnnt- clearness to jire-eut any cvmplica lion. fader Ox ihrsian KnHstm at Act, no se-.-J ci? h- <?' 'Aslrin It-', or fdUi- nut as a 'l ift of ic?c in Ihi cnUltra without the ptrmissim ?'? the C sum, At" red cms tor purpose* af war is ivdud.d 'a tho proht bitVui, the nu'tnaiit. ih. Nashville U" so, ih ("islpnis othcers, in tlte discharge ot Udir ordinary d.. ?e a, wouhV take cognirance of the nttompt: and." I n arrnihsiorifrom tlwerowh wtv shown, w. atld at ot" taka step* to pruv??ii it. (.'? d?t on it. u-j cirubaost to e this peruiaaton! untriajoautly giv?, hut c- regard pjiijis baiaegipg. .e ih-I'ef1..a s govengment, or Mm Cm to en.W s't ,te Kthe prui.laivaHon ot uentrsdrty wouldv. uouia. , prcviicd the down gi\ iag eitUw "party an fa.dltty Far fv?ki- p war apon the other, aud Ih" li -IIA'kiy opplfci. As -cr Aoea .?Kd the b'rio E'Ji' " a' ?' '? V,T tfs '-r thr forr-adcan. and aecostfmi ?j iHJfi- ul'y it< rrjirencc. to it n-jiU- ai.jntlu.mUd. lUrOHTVN'T DF/CISION IP Till'It. Tld Tonilon Tiuu t sajs ,? Cajdaiu l'enr.a-.. r?tu,?ed to Southampton from I/mdc on Monday (N,<w. 25) evening, accompauled by > Yancey, onq (,f the Southern Cotamlasionors, and t letter g. kjlletuan returns to I on don or. Tuesday, i Vanue^titales that it hna been Intimated to liim throu , , a t'.iird parly I ha' His .\-ish>-ill' is rtenpnitnl tiy the Hi,/ a/sixi-nraru'. as a national wrtscl, and that 'Jut ? ' I li- altnvu d t!,t ripht to re/d and rrjetir, at inAs / I cue trii.i Ih-. Ja nes A 'por, so as to M^rtme a pjrf |

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