Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 28, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 28, 1864 Page 1
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THE NEW WHOLE NO. 10,054. NEW YORK HERALD. 4 PRICE THREE THESE DATS LATER F&OM EUBOPL Arrival of the America at New York. Mr$ Roebuck's Attack en Ae War fer the Bnion and Eng land's Neutrality. larl Innill Denoanetd u Afraid of Inrc rfea and the Northern Statei Declared "Corrupt, Sate, Cowardly and Cruel." Lord Palmeiaton'o Defence of His Col* league and Cabinet Action. Maximilian's Arrival in and Depar ture from London. Hie Bargains with Napoleon and the Bankers. Mr. Disraeli en tbe Angle-Italian Conspiracy Against Napoleon. ZtBTTBR r&OM MAZZZVZ. Che Behleswi? War and German negotiations. Terrible Inundation at Sheffield, England, 4*., fte.. Ai TU steamship America, Captain Weescls, from Sooth ??ptoo, England, oa the 10th of March, arrived at this fort early yesterday morning. Har mws is three days later than the advlcs* by the ffce Paris Monitewr of March IS njr ? . charged the Duke de Moray to make ? report upon the questions st issue relative to the Suez ?JMl. The report stated the basis of a compromise whteh appeared equitable to the Emperor, and its concln ?ijaswere communicate to the Viceroy, who requested ^e Emperor to settle the difficulties between the two Emperor, accepting the arbitration, has ?rmaa a committee to examice the questions at t*sue Sobm Madrid journals, of March 14. ask what would be ?>?"*? ?* ??e goveramsnt If a European war were to ?k out In Italy. Accounts were received in Breslaa on March 14 or - Important movements of the Polish insurgents near ?, la the government of Radom, and likewise In Aqgustowo. In the former district the Poles sre reported ?shave had some considerable sucoessss. A band oi tenrgents had been seen in the neighborhood of Warsaw Lord Clarence Paget, speaking la the Rouse or Cbm ?cm ob the navy estimates of England, said:? Be menu nsd the other evening that they were about jseommenoe the construction of a clan of snips oovel ai ggqjf ?** f> b,t ''"??I to the honorable mem ??r lor Uirkenbead (Mr. Laid). Ibey hoped t > bo aba to man out a class of ship* of Kreat speed, and very v*lui.b c ^,' ?*?'? *M??I which they had all beard s gojd ?SBlof (the Alabama;. (Hear, hear ) lbey proved to ?MMroet next year U,M4 tons of armor-plated aHI;s, ^ I ?0*i*rl7?f !?*? aut Oecomber last ?m , ? l ' l00, or * "" " sod of non Co well, tbe well kno?<. Kn .ob comedian and ?lc vocalist, expired on Fridty evening, March 11, at ?dford, in Dorset, from c< csumptloo. The London Herald <?f iiaicb 15 says:? Wo regret to state that tbe overland mall brings Intelli JBsce that Mr. Cbsrles Kean bad beea suffering fr m u ?srlooe Illness in Australia. At one time lens were en tertained as to bis recovery; but letter* received from ?rs. Kean, dated 22d January, Mate that he husband mm then out of danger. be lllicse of Mr. Kean has, ?owever, put sn end to his eugagements in Australia, the doctors being unanimous in rucommcnding that so soon as he c n le removed witb ra'ety be must ienve Srdney ror the Mauritius. Ibis would be a ttep in the direct! >t> homewards, it havlcg been Mr 1 lean's original Intention so return t.> England by the overland route, Mr. Char les J< bn Faiifax, one of tbe proprietors of tbe Sydney (Australia) Ucra'd, died at Svdcoy,on tho 2Stb Of recomber, rrom tbe effects of a faU from a horse Be was the eldest son of Mr Jobn Fairfax, the pr|T cipal proprietor of tbenb)vo Journal, aud had Ju;t returned from a prolonged tour lu E iropo and America. Letters from Tangier report tae death In that town, on lbs flth of Msrcb, of M. Eeciard, the Frtncb Minister io Morocco. A heavy pale raged at Gibraltar on the 5th of March, causing considerable damage to the shipping in tbe bar tor. The Shorn.has (China) correspondent of the London Wswr, wr tm? on tbe 26th or January, says:? ?*wo Eoropesns #re no*st the American Conro ists u der seutanco of death lor murder; andatblid !? J"L'1 ?"???? In Japan srd set.t here lor it iai He shot a ma-i la ibe French employ at a dm ?6r t Me. ob A'count of ? dllTcrence io trgu^Qot In itte Presence of a drzen witnesses, so that tbere can be little ?Oubt o. bis fats. Ths Omrlmmd China Hail of tbs 1st of February, com ?<o(log ou I bo news from Japan, . * J*P? ?timers sre once more In demand, snd so sou tit n ss will be srins and ammuaitlnn, particularly big fBosot tbe moat modem and Improved descriptions? t-rtce bo:rg less an ob.oct to tbe purchasing dsimlos thao ?igb quality AmniiR steamer* recently sold to the .'an sn^e nob!lily the th ee r il..w|ng sre lust retorted _ The Yaog ire. sold In tbe Tycoon for IU6.000: ibe Ayr ?blre La^.totMis '.-.a for *(0.000; and the Shunlee, to the Governor of Vn .ta?i for $100,000 "Ite f.' ?nd Virginia, rrom New Tork, arrived at Qaeonpi' wn < n the 14ib of March. Tbe steati er City of ]?ndon. from New York la (March M, noon) jost reported off < ai e Clear. The I nittd .ctaus Me .merXearsarge arrived at real on the 16th of March. The steamer Caledonia, from New York, arrived is the Clyde 10lb of Msrcb. THE AMERICAN QUESTION. K'* R1fb"ek'' 'taciSB Ike Neutrality of England?Ti' ? surged Unlsn BSnilat nsviit? '''^rd Palinrrtton'o A/etc ncr g Ilia Injcpendrnr* and tslil n< t Act.on?t|>e A csnndrss Cntc and Kfsrinrxc llfi rsitintat?, Ar. In the 11. ute of (ommus on tbe Uih of March Vr, ?oBinjrs rant:?," lr, I have u question to put to the nohic ?era the Kr*t Minister, which I nm very anxious that ha Should |i msel answer. 1 ? ill preface this questl?? with 1*0 irellmlnery stnirm^uls. Iheilrst It th'.t my lion ifcf- w,Bd 1#nrD0' irlend the r^licllor < eoorsl informed *, "ou** tbit her Ms^estv's itovernment wsre pre S?l ? .?"?n?rslo with the sovsrnmeni ot the C/onfed 7r. i~ T ,,lo,r *?l*?rwe? ?( siients In this c un h'lV snd lnirnn?"ir??"?-. ' w "<*'"fieri to my hoo.-rs t* r%wTrtaTrnf V** rM ?b0?* ? as?o ?#r?,7 .Til Vif ; he ,pokr Bo1 ?n"'<,,? m hi" z r .aw.?a?vsxuzzft. sr? that occasion so thst hs might b? *npZ*J?^?, ?l organ ol ti<o admmtstrstlon lu hlm.eli ine maiitr nn vhioh he st? ke was then undsr the cooeiderstlon o, is? lswoo.,rte,?indh? expressed dlstln^lty ta , 1m l!l ,<0'',d hST? b'*n ",M!r " b" hag attained ?H?r*ther from any cxprefston of ophiinn ,t a mau.r or s??n.*"Iii I" this House, but the question J>e40f H+ .mttoc-, ?e have to Inqiiiresi what ti e * n" 'nr"' 11 ?)'!*?" v "lr- lh"* Ihev rsrUi^tAial."!! KPom,:.ll>',t govern men i bollet^t ru. f. .TTT* b"D* tb* Omoderate Maie> i!L cr>WDtrr which tbey held to be illegal; \n/,h f ihlngs before theoouMs of now gone, the cou tsof taw nsve neruled f>gaInst the government. No doubt there M?Vha^>^i'i*n>d lh** (1 ktiow tot what m y 1 tfclf ?Ll ^ >"b judict. Thereiote, we ?say say that the government, on mere suspicion. ar? tA'efmtz*nt ,4 tlw < V.?|l,d rat, J . !l iwslt! r. The no^r one is ih*J | Uie.1' rst II hi (star of ti?<i Crown has slat? I si bis no icv ? and every other member ?< tbe goveri msnt who h?s Spokan P? the suhloet Ims'Bid the asme tiinC_th? Kirst ! that they wish ma niamI wvtraWy betiwen the federal *n<l tbe Confederate Blatts. Now, 1 beitevethat tbe noble lord at tbe head of the government really deslree le to that, but I am afiaid that the noble tort a tbe bead of tbe government is not al together master of toe government. Tbere are other power* in the government. and tbere la one great rower that, I tbtuk, somewhat overshadows him and tbe wfcotvi adintnastraiion. (Hear, beer.) tbe koble lord the First MiaMer has was for himself Dot oeljr tbe confidence of tbe country, but I believe Its affectionate regard?(bear, bear)?and anything that be say a be will do ?e lave perfect confidence that be moans to do But (tare la another power by tbe side of Mat noble lord, and a power such as has always apoe red in tbe liberal government of this country aiMethe day i of tbe revolution. We have always had some member of what la called a revolution family in a liberal odminla t rat Ion, who baft governed, perverted and destroyed It. (Laughter.) Tke perron to whom 1 allude it Earl Ruutll; and 1 may say that tbe honor of England in hia bands baa not aboae forth wttb the brightness that 1 could have wished (Hear, liear.) Lot us go. sir, from Cbma to Japan, Unugh that In not far. (A laugh.) But If I go farther, If I go teFelaM, then to Denmark, ami lastly to America, In every case 1 find that tbe honor, tbe name of England baa been tarnished by what baa taken pliCe. (flear, boar.) Sir, 1 have read tbe despatches on this matter, and tbe (celiac predominant in my mind was that of die* humiliation. (Bear, hear.) 1 felt that the honor of England was not upheld aa It ought to have keen, and that tbe strict neutrality which the noble lord the First Miniate professes, and professes honestly. I am sure waa not mtintM>.ed. Why, sir, the tone used was In tbe first place, like Vu sctmjs of a cockatoo or the Hold ing of am amgry ?r??? (Laughter ) Tie end vxu mod unequal le (totsfrinwtM#,- <As word* were too, but the de&it ut-re the leant pouMe. Tbe noble lord the Foreign Secre tary ieemed frightened by the biutitr of the jtdetal gcocrn m-nt. and (he moment Mr. Adamt threatened war he crouchtl before the menace, sod England seemed to Jr?o her poaltioa among tbe nations. (Hear, bear.) "b t being (be ense, sir, I feel that I bare a right te Imjuire what in tbe neutrality whioh tbe noble lord profossoe, and what is the state nf the two peoples between whom we profess to be neutral J Now, first and foremost, wo may supply contraband of war, and we supplied It to both s id or. There is no difference whatever there. Tbe next thing that we have supplied is the men, who have gone In hundreds and thousands from this uountry to America and enlisted as soldiers to fight her b-.ttl?*. A very small number of our men have gone an J en listed in the navy of tbo Confederate States, an>! then comes Mr. Adam* and says, "Aye. but these saiWrs of yours have chased from the face oi the waters American commerce." If they have done so, I, sir, am very glad, (laughter ) But where is tbe difference between this und what has been done bv our own men In America? 1 hey have enlisted as military men, and where | eace and hap piness reigned before they have l een made the instru incuts of spreading a wide and desperate desolation, (ilear, hear ) 7 he whole proceedingt of ft is American war ait a Wot u/xm human nature. (Hear, heir.) Aud when 1 am told that I should have sympatby Tor tbe Northern States of America, / fum in af-tnlut- ditqusl from their hyi ocricy. (Hear, bear.) Then arr corrup', they ar ? tate, they are cowardly and they are cruel ("Hear, hear," and "Obi") You say "Ob;" but I want to know what they have said of England, and whether they have not said lar worse than that of her. But I maintain that the spectacle tbep have exhibited Is truly deplorable and debasing. Sir, there are two things which our law distlctly prohibits, and the Attorney General can correct me If I am wrong. The first of those two things Is the supplying of ships, armed and equipi ed, to ? State at war with another State wivb which we are in friendship. This Is said to have been done In this country with respect to tbe Confederate Slates, and that matter Is now tub judire. Tbe Attorney General, with all his acumen and all his power of per suasion. has not ben able to convince a jury of bis coun trymen that our law has been broken by the Confederate State? of America. The next thing Is tbe enlisting of men here to fight in tbe oauee of tbe federals, and that is what is now being done In Ireland. Tbe right honorable baronet ti e Secretary of tbe Lord Lieutenant last year acknowledged tbat the government of Ireland was per lectly aware of what was going CO in Ireland at (hit time?(bear, hear)?and at this present moment we see it broadly slated in tbe Timet newspaper that tbe same thing Is going on now. (Bear, bear.) I say, tbsa. as you have determined to remonstrate with tbe Confed erate States oo mere suspicion?ror yoa bare carried It no further?are you prepared now, on mere suspicion, to r mom Urate with the federal States on their tn'i.4menl of men in Ir land far h- pwrpoft of the war in Americaf (Hear,hear.) Tbe question is clear, definite, uuderslsnd able. I.have i effect faith In tbe noble lord at the head of the government, and that he will give me a categorical answer: and If be determines not to make tbat remon strsnce. 1 hope he wil be able to make It e'ear to the House that be baa a gjod reason for that nbetloenoe on his part. 1 myself foci that on this occasion the bonor of England Is at stake; tbat we have, under the threat?for It is a threat?of a war with America, determined as far a- we can to deprive tbe Confederate states of sny as si' they c n derive from this countrv. (Hear, hear.) Into tbe real feelings of tbe noble lerd 1 will nn In quire. I rather guesa 1 know tbem. (A laugh.) i fancy be Is not a federal, but ol that I don't aak him to give any enunciation. (A laugh.) All 1 presisce te do h to ask btm to be thU t tricly r.eutral person be Is said te be, and tbat be will stand up feiaiust any and every power, I don't care what or where that power may be. tbat would endeavor to coerce iilmlo be a party to thai Irish kind of neutrality which Is all on one aide. Tbe qnertinn T have to aak IS this:?As the Solicitor General has Mxted tbat "H Is the lotcntioaof her Matty's government to romonstrate with tbe government or tbe Con'ederate States upon tholr employment of agents for illegal purp see," and as tbe Kirrt Lord ui tbe Trvatury baa declared that the govern ment of b?r Majesty desired lo maint tin tbe strlcteet neutrality between tbe Confederate and fe ieral States, is it inici ded to remonstrate with the government or tbe rederal Stales upon tbe employment by them of agents In Ireland for tbe purpose uf enlisting as soldiers ifco sub* jocts of bcr Hajettyf (Bear, hear.) Ylsoouot rAiMBKKTON?wr, my honorable and learned frtcDil has been Mod enough to pay me some compli ment*; bat I oog to My I can accept of no ont'< M nit at the erftnre of a colleague (f/rnd ministerial cbeen?.) My honornb'e and learned friend ought to know that tt ig rain to endeavor to sing!* out one ni?ml>er of a Cabinet, to bold btm up to public obloquy, and to make amende for that by compliments and praise to the govern moot at large. (Renewed ct e*>rs from the earne quarter.) My nobie fi iend at the bead ef thcForotgn office is no il'iibt the o tan of the government Id all Its comaiunica in ids, and with regard 10 all Its relations with Foreign Towers; but my noble friend at the beal of he Foreign OH ce takes no step except in concert with bis colleagues, and 1 mint declare to the honorable and learned fcntle man who lie* omleavored to separate me from my noble friend at the head of tbe Foreign Office, that tan equally rrtjnniihle with him ftr every t!ep he hal la'en In tbe eon duct of every negotiation which seems unhappily to have excited feelings 01 humiliation In tbe mind of my honor able and learned friend?a feeling which 1 believe is not chared by tbe people of this country?(cbeors)? a feeling which I am confdenl will not be shared by any man of impartial mind wbo shall look wltb attention to the dif ferent steps wbtcb have bcon li ken in all those great irar.sact I ns to which allusion has been made. Sir, once for all. I beg distinctly and positively to state that tboee who attempt to separate my nob:e friend from h * col lea aes will fail In their endsavors?(cheers)?and t. ny an iynoranrt of t-t frimlfAti and practice of fhecorern <4 'hit eernnt-y. (Cbeorsi Be It be o^forth known, and I beg my declaration may be recorded and b<>roe In mind, that we are al.aod 1 am especially dually re* ipansible wltb my noMe friend for evefy step he has taken In thie mailer. (( beers.) Now, sir, we have de clined our luteuti n to observe strict neutrality In the contest unfortunately bel: g carried ou in Air erica, and I malutatu we bare kept our word aad acted on our declara lion. > he honorable and learned gentleman contends that wc have dealt a dir< rent measure o( justice to one side [rem thai we have dealt to tbe other. Well, It ahould be remembered that the two sides stand In a very di'lerent position in regard to tbe assistance wblrh tbey may de , rive from this or env ether quarter. The federal* com mmd the sea all tbetr ports are open; tbey can go to I Rpmfflgt am, I.lege, or any other nlare where arma and I ammnnltion are maonfitctnri'd; tbey may buy what artl I cies ibey like, ship and (alely coavey tiiem to their own I pints. They have the command of tbe mnrketa of Ku rope The Confederates, on tbe other hand. have sot there ndvai tngee 1 bey are abut out from the sea; they can only get supplies by blockade runners, many or which are taken, and f- w comparatively escape Therefore tbe conditione of toe two parties are not equal, although we obforve an e jnal law of neutrality la regard to both. It is true Uiat there Is also a gi cat difference between ttie ob t Init.g ?hl"S from a i emral country and tbe oMalnli r of ?rm? aii I atom tli'ti. I don't dispute that In point of principle and ? own mnncipil I iw these two things siaue <4i mii e itnc?that <? in tay, that by inhrih fi'malta* i? >turn, if a Irlliptrint poet to a nentri i oantffvntl v orm>%<on on un<t o>i whet* V!lk to art- 'rrmi'i. he tltrtrm from I hai ntutrala |mh ?**? e'oioa^at <te iding ike irar than ptrh"p* ime,'teocr re rruitri on i hare on the uttimch fait of ito ioar, nttiiOMfh tbey m*v effect the Injury of tnrti \ idull*. But we hnve a municipal law wbicb ovrrldes In Some re?|?flts tatrrniitKM a! obllgations, and we are bo- nd to | rc cnl return tin gs *elng done In Ihts conn tiy lor the benefit of one belligerent ag nnat another H> ate bound n 1to ;??. mil eHliitwitt an i o.ganita'io* < f Mr*, o< d aim in rre >a( 'h' f/iupm'Hi and ainwmenl of if,i) t IbO'tieisan easy thing to prevent. Th* arma ment ard equlj metit o' a ship is * notoriety. A Ship Is a U glble llii g. f< u c >n cee with your eyre the progre.*e ninde fn lis c> nstvuctioo and ecjinpmcnt. yon can interfere at tie pro) e< mrment, and lay joyr h.iiid on it t? prevent a l>reieh of the law being oinm 't d. I nt wltb regard lo the enlist Hienl of 1 on nave not the same means. The honor ?1>> and learned gratleitian says tbst great rn listmeo's of rnon have been made tn Ireland for tbe ltdi rats. That may be so or not, bat Hi order to punish those who have been guilty of that breach of our laws, vcu must b.?ve proof?prooi which te not eaatly obtained i d re say. sneaking only ftom common re|airt, it is very likely tbe a nre in ii eland nsonls aetiwc under the orders nt the federal (.uveriiSsent to Induce lighting men logo and eollat I the irtnles or the federals, but thev are mec.n too wire and ennamg lo make tie r enlistments in lie and. lb' re Is, we know, so great a difference l>etwe?i the w apes m I bor inibol rtted Mates and tbe wgnes of labor in Ire.aod that in oiUar to induce men lo go It te sufficient to leil them, "Wnieas laborn*." There Is Hits railway and tliat railway, this work a?d that work ard. inatend of Me shilling er o^e abillMg and si* pence, yet: win get ten fhillligs a day. ""hey are, I say much loo wise t? talk of enlistment In Ireland. Ibey induce tbe itjople to go to fltd a better market Tor their labor, and when these iroa land at New York Uiere are people ihrrt lo tftduct them It entln in time Ohio nyiment or another and teeewe aoMtert. with Iht ck/'.Hie of plunder and Hod Jrmte* tck<? bttide'. (A laugh) I say. therefore, that though thestatemenl of the h^n riMe and learned grntlcmen i>e anUuntlallv true, tbsf Indu ?ement# arc licld out in IrelA.* 4 to ! eopfc to go tn the I n:ted .??tatea with the intenti on tbat when tbe) getllieie tbay ahall Le ihvfcgied Into tbe army, yet K luuot! any legal proMcul.oo on llcee tramKiwne roa most bave proof, wbich we are unnble to get. Bat we have remonstrated geueraily oo tbm subject, and It the honorable and learned gentlemen will look Into tbe paper* wblob were laid before Parliament last year be will eee tbat rcfreseutuKma bave been mail a to tbe CMted Staira government on tbe re ports and rumors whicb reached bor Majesty's government on the subject. Tbure waa lately a trans act too which engaged the serious attention of tbe government. Tbe Kearserwe, a federal cruiser In tbe har bor of Oerk, waa accused or having enlisted a number of men te verve in tbat vessel; representations were made to Mr. Adams, tbe men were returned to tbe tbore, and if sufficient proof could bave been aflbrded to identify those connected with tbat transaction, oo doubt a prona tion would have been lorn tinted My honorable and learned friend tbe Attorney General reminds me tbat with regard to some who were proved to bave been accessaries and victims of tbat inveiglement there le a proeecutlon bow going on. If Unt prosecution succeeds, and you onn prove tbat tbe municipal law of tbe country has beea v olated, of course representation* will be made aga last the eondnct of tboee officers. whether naval or consular, by whom tbat law waa violated. 1 can only say that in order to found a distinct and formal remonstrance te tbe t'nited States, you must hive proofs, which are dl.llcult to obtain. But we hare remonstrated with tbe United States, aa will appear from tbe pai?rs wblob ware last year laid on tbe table of this House. If it can be aliown tbat there are grounds t? entitle us t<> make remonstrances, be sore tbat my noble friend will be as readv as T or any of oar colleagues to vindicate (Tie bonor and tbe laws of the country by adequate repre sentations te tbe government to whom tbe Infraction or our laws is Imputed. (Hear, bear.) T.7F 11.1MID KNUSTMNta ON BOAR? THY MAR SAORK AT CORK. |From tbe Cork Examiner, March 12 ] a trial o! a number of aieo from Queeostewv and tl r, .ociklity, charged with having committed a breach of tbe Foreign Knlistment act by enlisting on board the fed eral cruiser Kearsarce, will, It Is expected, come oe for trial on Monday, before Mr. Justice Keopb, In tbe county court bouse. Tbe AUorney General, ?bo will eondifct tbe prosecution, has arrived In town. TUB AtPXANDRA CAPS, [From tbe London Star . M.voh IS.] The Alexandra oase again came on for bearing la the Hoa/ie of Lord* yesterday morning. Sir Hugh Cairns re plied for the defendants and win followed by Mr. Melllsb. Tbe case Is expected to conclude to-day. THE MEXICAN QUESTION. . tbg Arch KUtlmllUn'i Arrival in and Dep?rt?r? from Loadra-SUU Reception* mix A Visit* Dispensed WltH-App??rn*c# of tne EmprMi~Nc|otistions w I til Napo leon stud tits Hebrew Bssbere, efce. rrrom Ihe Ixindon St?r, March 14 J Hte Imperial Highneaa tbs Archduke Maximilian, or Austria, the future Kmpcror of Mexico, accompanied By the Arcbducbesa and s numerous suite, arrived at Calais, by special train from Paris, yesterday morning at one o'clock,and embarked Immediately on board_ a special steamer, the Breeze, the last new mall steamship of the London, Chatham and Dover Railway Oompany. The Brcexe, aaainat aatrong Mde and wind .per forroedlbe voyage to Dmr in two hours. On arrival at Dover their Imperial Highnesses proceeded to the Shipi Hotel and par took of breakfast, and at four o'clock left by special train on the London. Chatham and Pover P.allway for London, arriving at Victoria Siat Ion at ten minuses to six A. M , the distance from Dover to London?seventy eigbt miles?having been run io one hoar and fifty minutes. The Archduke and Ductless were received at Doverand accompanied to IXHidoo by Mr. J. P. Martin, the Superin tendent of the l.ondon. Chatham and Dover Fairway Company. The suite consisted of the Countess Elchy, the Countess Trolonich, the Baron Pupoot, the Marquis Corlo, tha Count Lustow and the Chevalier 6cher?enlechner. On arrival at Victoria Station the Imperial party proceeded at once to tbe Clarendon Hotel, where apartments had been engaged for them .... ... The Archduke has been travelling In strict Incognito under the title ef tbe Count iAcroma,consequently all the usual receptions and salutes have beea dispensed with. BOTAL VIBfft. rrrom tbe London Timoa. March 14.1 At an early hour yesterday their Imperial- Hlghn* proceeded to Marlborough Hossse, to pay a visit to King of the Belgians, tbe venerable father of tbe i UTater"ln the day the Prlnceas of Wales drove out with the /rchdnchess. Their Imperial Highnesses dined with tbe Prince and Princess of Wales last night at Marlborough Hooes, to meet tbe King of the Belgians. [From the London Herald, Maroh 16.] In consequence of the Interest excited by the presswoe of Ibelr Imperial and Royal Hlghneases at the Clareodvn, and tbe groat crowd assembled la the hope of obtaining a glimpse of tbe future Emperor and Fmpress of Mexioo, the Prince of Wales and Prince Alfred left tbe hotel from their visit by the private entrance In Albemarle street. Last evening tbe Archduke and Archduchess dined at Bixkin bam Palstoe.hy invitation of ber Majeaty the Qneeo, io meet Ihe Ring of the Belgians. A great many royal and distinguished personages paid their respects to the Archduke and Archduchess during yesterday. Their Roval Higbneeses the Puke de mours. the Prlooe d* JoJnvlUs, the Duke d'Antaale. Tmcbess Augflslos ef Baxe Coborg and tbe Duke ?e (W< tres waited upon their Imperial relatives ?rly In the day, and tbe foUowlsg, among many others, eutered their names In their Imperial and Royal Highnesses' visitors' book:?The Ambsssador or Fraoce, the Austrian Ambas sador and tbe Countess Appooyl, the Pruwlan Amba?**_ dor and the Coontess Bernrtorff, the Turkish Ambassador, the Bavarian Minister and tbe Barone** deCetto, the Belgian Minister snd Madame Van de Weyer, Prince Pat: hater hazy, tbe Earl and Coulees of Clarendon, the Karl of St Germans, the Cbanepllor of ths Exchequer, kc. PKPARTt'KK Of THF BMPIWOH FROM t.OWDOJf. (From the London News, March 16.] The Archduke Maximilian, the Archduchess and suite left London this morning for Ostend. Their Imperial hltlmesaeg were received at the Victoria Station by Mr Forbes, the general manager of the I/>ndon, Chatham and l over Comt>aar, and eomlocted to a special train which was in readiness Tbe train started at nine o'clock; the .ourney to Dover was performed tn one hour snd fifty minutes On tbelr arrival at Dover the Archduke and Archduchess proceeded to the Royal Ship Hotel where tbey partook of luncheon. The royal party alterwards went In carriages to tbe Admiralty pier and embarked at forty mioutes past eleven A. M. THt EMPHKSS OF MEXICO. (Purl* (March 13) correspondence of Londm Plsr.l The future Fmpress of Mexico Is not st all handsome. S&e li very round shouldered awl of royal bui d tod physiognomy, although I have been told by persons who h?ve been presented to her that ebe la not devoid either of eenee or wit. THS TRRATT BRTWEF.N MAXIMILIAN AND N A TO LION. (From tbs Memorial DiplomatIqee of Paris, Maren 13.) The drart ot a trolly was agreed upon at tha Tuuenw. to be ratified so soon as the Emperor Maximilian I. shall have aacended the Mexican throne and announced bisi ac cession to tfce Court of tbe Tullerlea If w? ars rightly informed, the treaty definitively settles two Important uueettons?firstly. the Kreocb occupatioo, anil secondly, the claims of tbe 1 rench treasury on the Mexican govern ment. It is already kO"wn iha> tbe pay and maintenance of tbe troops engag<kl In tbe expedition nave. Since the 1st of January, 11*4, been borne by Mexico this will con tinue until their recall, which will gradually be f ITccted as tbe regimental llate of the Mexican army are com pleted. Three battalions of the foreign legion, each 2,000 men strong, snd composed of enrolled volunteers, will re main in tbe service ct Mexico. Tbe desire of 1 rench ell cers to enter this service la so great that for some weeks past the number of aspirants has tar exceeded the ranks to be filled up. . _. ,K. The Mexican debt due to Fiance comprises. We toes the pecuniary claims of private individuals duly acknow lodged, the rosea of tbe expedition *od the advances made by the French government to the Mexican treasury to defray tbe expenses of the army of occupation Tbe debt will be paid bv fourttm annual intialmmit. each pro bably amounting to twenty Ave millions, with the option of previous laudation, should the condition of tbe Msxl cae finances admit of it. Till MEXICAN hOXy. [Paris (March 18) correspondence of Lordon Foeoomist. j Negotiations are nearly completed for a Mexican loan In a six per cent atock for the nominal amount o: ?8, 000,000 sterling with the great hou?e* of Rotbacbijd*, Hottingtiers, Fotild Oppenhelm, Solomon Heine Hrotheta and others. It is ui.dor ?ho of M. Foeld, aa<l will be officially nuoted In the Paris Course. Ine ?mn tract price, it i? said, will be T1 Ti e old lrg.t*b3per cent di bt of tlO.OOO 000 itorliog Is not to be converted or disturbed; but tbe overdue dtvdenUs, amounting to X3.000,000 sterling, wltl e.tner be paid or capiinlt*?'l into 6 |>er cent new bonds Ibe I raperor elect of Mexioo Is very snxltwit th^t tbe English bondholder atoiid sur render the mot tgage tbey now ho d on the Mexican e*s torn* receipts, b'it they cmn it be ressonsbly exiwctsd to relinquish so perftct a security ur'e?a tbe:r cVmaare boDorohly discharged. To THS BI1N or TWW I OS not BMMO. tr tbe bondholder*do not bv a depot -lion congratulate the Archduke Maximilian oo his acceptance of tbe Mexl can tbtooe they wilt lose a golden oppot trolly >" Dm* mnat, however, be lost. Tbey might aiao dis, isa ?b?t arrangement would be saDetactory to them and equitable to ?H lartis*. and then declare their views to bis High nexs At present thev are lb* tool of a nest of specula tors and fin m ial <t?n buia>i?n?, wbo nwaresf everyth-eg tlutt Ij gotng ou. o|>er?le daliy. hence Hie it icesstnt IUs> ? tuition*. The bondholder* seem to delight t" be kept ib the dxrk. "ihe ;i terv^w between the Tirm* of ?.o* H IMhfc.blid aud our agents, Mesars It.nor, ?>11 lead to importaN* mauns. It is to be hoini tbnt thw eon hinati <0 will take the new lo*n: but it is irnt of mmh imfot tanoe in case ihe rival (ariles obta.n it After mtMh cwistilta. tlon with targe holder*, we have srrnoged ti e ienu wtiHli we intend to a -here to partWntarly If we receive adiieslons Irom the ma.|?rliy of the bolder* bcrc. at Paris and in Itnlland. We IMnh "f the new <D e p?' cent loan or oo?.ht to be given lor our tleO ?* coti none Ibis, I bear coothieiitialiy. <s agree?t to ine 'luesti n of the arreirs requir?n certatn'y deep cu.inoer ?ti'C, and several plans have I miiiietl io far s Ibluk a tnoney |?yment W t?. ^nllill of all demim. s.ter thirty one and a hnl' arrears, oujBl to be made to us, I'ut, as a minimum, ?I'.t mccpt that amount In tb? st?Hk of a live per eent loan 1 aliaii be glad to bear tbe th-ws of other Intge boHttTf. H. OUEDAU.A OtwMiaM Cue. March 1 h. 1MI4. THE 8CHLE8W10-H0L8TE1H WAR. The Dtike of Kaxo-Cobutg had an su?l ecre of the Fm reror of the Prwob on March l? Ibe belief u> I art#'m. tbat tbo Duke e-iorcssed bimseif to the Fmporvr, e*" tne itasent of snmr others ef the mm?r rulers or <?e? ttiupj, 19 order |o iaU"W Ngpo'fO? III. u> rcvog?i?f iha right ?f the Srbleswig and Hoiateln Duchies to choose their own government and governor. The recognition of ?no* ? rtgbt would not is I be least affect the presentsltu. tUW. the motion be'ore tbe federal German Diet for the re cognition of tbe Duke of Augusteoburg was postponed at tbe request of Austria aud Prussia on March 14. The Hamburgtr NwhricKUn of Hamburg. March IS, contain* a letter fiom Vetle stating tbai on Thursday nod Friday four civtliaua were executed in that town for at tempting to acsaasmato cermau soldiers. Tbe list of tbe allied troops killed In the engagement of the 8th inat has been published. The Austrian loss amounted to one hundred and eight men. In tbe hi>;.i>f-h House of lx>rda on the 14th of March the Karl of Dei by asked Lord Wodehou^e a nuoaticn In reference to a speech made by M. Hall, tbe D>oUh Mluls. ter. M Hall said he had asked lbs noble lord It the withdrawal of the constitution of November would be sufficient to preveut Hie IdvhsIod of gchleswig. su 1 tbai the reply whs '?Certainly not." Was that c >rr*ct? Lord Wodt'Douse said be had slated that Is bis opinion ?otbl.ig the Danish government could do w- aid prevent federal execution la llolftein. No doubt thai was what M. Hal! lersried to. Tbe Vienna fretse ssse-ts that tbe King e' ths Belgians Bas accepted tbe olllce ot mediator between tbe contend ing Powers, ?ud ttant be will be joined at I/xidon by 1 rince John of (iluulcsburg (brother of tbe King of Denmark), by Earl Russell', and U.e Ambassador* of Austria, 1 russia and Swedon. Tbe Cologne GeiztUt speaks of' a new circular note, dated tbe Mb of Match, addressed by Karl Wussell to the representatives of <>reat Britain abroad. This document, it M snid, ret ails tbe fruitless efforts of the forofgn Olllce te maintnin the pence of Europe, and rejccts, In the name of England, all responsibility for future events. Lafianct, or Paris, of March 14, says:?Ksgland and Russia are endeavoring to induce Denmark to accept an armistice os the basis of u/i roaideixs. The two armies weald remain daring tbe Conference in the same positi ns ttoey now occupy. Kngland sod Russia point lo tbe reiterated declarations by Prussia and Austria of their intent! >n to respect the integrity of Denmark. Prussia J|nd Austria are acting upon the ( onto eraii>n to brijig about Its acceptance of tbe Conference upon tbe banes above mentioned. Tbe i'aris Pmjn of Marob Id siys?Bavaria will purspe tbe same policy as hitherto wilb regard to tbe qne^tion of ths (tiermta) duchies. King I/mis considers tits first duty to be the fulfilment of bis father's last WiBlies. Tlt? Danish Blockade. hi tbe English House of Commons on the 14th of March Mr. Fswwicx asked the l/nder Secretary of Stste tor Foreign Affairs whether h?r M ijesty's govoroment bid received information that the Pa.ilsh government would permit verso s that bid been detained by ice in tbo port of Lubec to leavo tiiat port w'lhout being subject to cap ture, an J whether ber Majofdv's government would urge on tbe Danish government itio justice of permitting tier man ships which bad been delayed bylee Infternunprrts before tbo commencement of tlio war, and having car goes on board belonging to British merchants, to leave such port without being subject to capture Mr. Layabi>, in reply, begged to state tbat tho reputa tlons of tbe Danish government on tbls subject bud bean published In tbe OeutUe. It was tberoin sutod, bo thought, tbat a reasonable time, to be Domed by tbe ewaers or vense's detained In port by the Ice, would be allowed for tbeir departure. Ho bad not rcceivod any Information tbat Lubec bad been blockaded. A tew hours ago, however, an intimation reached him of tbe blockade of the following ports Cammlm, Swiue muude, Wolgast, t.'reifswaide, Stralsuud and Berth. The Invasion of Jutland. EXPLANATION OP AUSTRIA AND PKDittlA. Tbo Frankfort Journal publishes tbe following note, dated tbe 7th of March, which it says .has been ad dressed by the two great German Powers to tbe otber signers of tbe Treaty or London ? Tbe ? government had hoped tbat tbe Danish gov ernment would show mors conciliatory dispositions. In that case the two great German Powers would have engaged to suspend tbeir military action and to enter into negotiations But we ;earn with regret our hopes have been deceived. The attitude of tbe Court ,of Copenhagen, and Its refusal to taks part in tbs 'conferences proposed by England, Imposs on us tbe duty or maintaining tbe ooerclve measures to whlsh we have had recourse. Important strategic considerations bars justified the authorisation given to tbe Commander In Chief of tbe Austro-i'russlsn troops to enter Jutland, io order te cover ibe position of his troops, and to bold in check tbe Danes assembled at Krederlcia, by preventing them from threatening the (tanks or tbe army,or devot ing all tbeir forces lo tbe defences of tbe lines of Duppel. Tbe two Powers have the less hesitated to permit this strategic movement, Inasmuch as they were Justified In using reprisals towards tbe Danish government, a hicb has given tbe order to capture vessels at sea belonging to ths belligerent Stales and those of sll tbe otber States of ibe Confederation Nevertheless, tbe ex 1 ension of tbe military operations changes nothing In tbs previous declarations or tbe ?-? govern meot ss to it# attitude in tbs present conflict To prove, further, tbat Us conciliatory dispositions are alnoere, and tbat its int?uiioas are tbestme.tbe ?? government decUrea itself ready to conclude an armistice with Denmark, either upon the basis of tbe evacuation of the positions or Duppel and Alssn and of Jutland by tbe Anatro-Prnosian army, or upon tbe basis of the military uti pmtiCMir. But in either case the ?? ?ov?rameat lays down Ibe condition tbat Ibe ees ? at loo ef hostilities at sen shall be oomprtsed lo tbs armistice, that tbe reciprocal captures shall be restored, and that the embargo put upon tbe vessels in tbe ports shall be raised. Ibe government at the same time declares luslf ready te enter Into conferences with the Powers Interested to discuss tbe At means of restoring peace. Tfcd "Holy Alliance." RUSSIAN DENIAL OF THE CH4K0E8 OP THg BRITISH JOURNALS?H'NT TO NAPOLEON. The Dm! rkt t'eerr&uryr Znt ing of St. letersburg Of March 13, In a semi offlo;al Uading article, oategorically denies the statement that Gallicia has boon declared to a state of siege in consequenco of an understanding having been come to between Austria aud ltas/la. Tbe jourutil accuse* the London 1'oft or wishing to draw V ranee from her pas?ivo attitude in the ftaulsb |ue?il>D by raiding a cry that tbe Holy Alliance ts about to be revived, a d s?ys _We do not as yet see any reason for Intervention tn the proceedings of tbe grent German Towers. The military operations In Jtitlar.d are simply Miate?ic measures. Kussia if strong enough tosupp ess tbe insur rection should it again raise Its head without a state of siege being proclaimed In Gallicia :"t. Prrm?srso, March 15,1M4 Tbe Journal of St. Pe'trAurg of to-lay refutes the ru mor of a revival ot tbe "Ho y Alliance,'' having either the character of a league of sovereigns to deatroy the libertlee of peoples, or of a coalition of Kurope sgalnet one greet Power. lhe only Holy Alliance possible, adds tbe Journal, 1< that of peace, progress and prosperity. Russ a has need of rest to carry out rerorma. Nevertheless. aho would net be the last to join a holy alliance, tbe objects of wblcb would neither threaten tbe latereet or. nor exclude ary Tower, always excepting Ihott wiitiing to intrtgw, and who are t?n reality tnemiet b>4k to tht OUrtia and proiprriy of nationt. KNOLAXD'8 POSITION. In tbe Fas I ith House of Lords, on tbe Mth of March, Lord Campbell Inquired what credit ought to be attached to ibe allegation or Priaoe t'ortechakoff. reported by Lord Napier In a despatch from St. Petersburg, printed in the Danish papers, to the effect that tbs four governments of Austria. I'russia, Kuesot and Great Pritain "are now thinking and acting le harmony en a question still more Important than that of Hol-teln aud Sclil??wi?.'< i farl Granville, in tbe absence of tarl Russell, s-iid 'tbat tbe words ta question did not refor to any combina tion In wblcb lb so four Towers bsd entered, because Fngltnd bad entered Into no combination "lbev referred simply to tbe qaeelloe of a congress, at that time before the Powere, and meant that on tbat question Russia. Prussia, Austria and England were agreed. Tbat was all. THI CONSPIRACY AGAINST NAPOLEON. Hautal and Mr. ?tanstteld, >1. P., Again Charged with Aiding the Aetaatln? A perch of Mr. D'leraell?better from IHaulal, Ae. la the Hoase of Commons on tbe I4tb of Msrcb. Sir L Tai k ruse to make inquiry on a matter of great Import ance to the honor of this eouuiry. Ue could i>erfceily un.leretaml any honorable member occupying a blub and diMingnwtMd i'Omiti n In tier Ma'entv's MMi -?i* t'?;?t ing with contempt anp scurrilous abuse of blre ? but might appear In newspapers of this or any other country but when a grave charge bad been made arainslJCbu b mor ol Ingland or I he honor of her Majesty's roV<Tntne*4 by a high official ol a friendly naiton, It cotiM tat bo sup ik sp i ibit a communication bad not been instautiy made to the government ot that t>?'ton, llul (i<e assertion bud n< tbren at once met by an oltcial estradiol ton and tint proof ' f a convincing nature as to tbe talsity of the ch rge Did t.ot aommi-aried the c >n.munl??tti"n. 'He tbeiefoie ? mill not believe for Oi e moflit t but tliat C tu munli atiooe bad passed between the g ?vero ment ol the Queen and ttw g '?verutueut of tbe Emperor of Hie French as to lbs statement made on the "cca.?i"n o( the late Mnte trials in I ranee by the rrivurrur General (Hear, hear.) Iu bis opinion no eharre so to the 'eelittn* of the f'pgltab nati <o (OiMd be brought against auy member of "U community as tbat ac I nitlisliman?he cum Ml e( what politic*! ?i>iiniHis?bad dueviiy or Indirec ly , In word or <i?od. by w riting ' r espreeemn. lottigated or i<romoied assaestaa* turn. (Ilo ir, h^i-r.> H? was intre tier tli,esty's govern roeut 'iirtnr il ed ?hfmiehwt ot the >> |nfltiin(f HlTorded ihern bv t'ie p-ibllo stateiO'ot V> ahlcu be h idte.irn d to \ ii.d aic tUe honor O! the rim .1 v, a. d to alio* Hi <1 the lion miole by tbe iroemeor tieieral waaiitt*. Ijr and ei tlreli deaoid nt all -truth (H*ar. lie ?r. I lt<> w i?l ed if ask : be I ?der s**cet' yof ft it" for I flrei n Air its wlH'ibev any correal re ba<l pa*'e ? h. twee i t?r y 1i ment ad tb t < f the I'm eru of tl.e iribUk w ob ruiern, <? t<i the siateux ut made "fl the wtaak-ii 0 ii) ate trials ii> I'm is t>y toe Prueewrar < e-< - r ? i and wl.etber ilk rr whs any *>? ectiwS M> lay s ivti c r re>poi derce t it* T ' upr>fi mo mMn Mr, I av?No ?aM the iHHt-mble btronet tb"?|??^, It w?i > Win fry ?but the Juiw of tbe creint rv should he \ uidf C*ted it i matter ? lli? nature. He qulM> agreed w in me iNitt-jeihte *en|t,-m?e,a d Itetho rut 'bat IN m il proni)>t and il:gimic 1 w-uj f vtnilh ..ima Iter Lix.or lu a matter (if I be k o<i wms to treat iwti an acto-ation with Uu cifcletopi H ik'seifnl. (He r. ) ll? wis sure tie ie wa.< we one In i ugl isd nod so one in V i ancc iso eiiBititeil wttli Krtfbnd?at id Ibnre was no one KMter f.C nnaibted w>tl> her Iban ti e exal'.i d pcr-eua. e who n w ie.?,i'd ill rrauiv? was not aoovAcetl Hod tlte Cba'gc m ut -igsit rl b!k h i orAb:e fr 1- t.d (llr. Sta s'el l* rniStot' it"be uMeriy fal-e. (Ile?r he.r ) Ii wouli b? ?ttiKorii.v ol tt?t >lwe?ty*# f>Terninwttt to Islre net ce of tat h a rPirre. and therefore no coiam'tek-atioo <? trosi iic t trd keen matte bj them t"f wb? ict'-ndel It be Mieue. (J.'eai hear ? Bir L. Palk? Has any c*mmunlcattr>n on the subject been mad* by I he Krenoh government f Mr. Latark?None whatever. Mr. DtsRAausaid:?I think the observations of the bono ruble member for Bradford outht not to past altogether unnoticed. (Hear, hear.) It certainly la not necessary that M. Mazzini should be a member of this Houee to five us a right to oomment on bla conduct. (Hear, bear ) thought that the remark made the other sight by ibe Prime M In later went nearly to the root or all parliament, ary criticism?(hear)?when be complained of an attach OB a Minuter of the Crown who happena to have a se it In the other House of i'arlliment, bec.iuse he waa an ah lent man. (Hear, bear, and a laugh.) Wo are advnno ing In that theory, and, according to the principle of ti e honorable member for Bradford, there i? not a foreign potentate or a foreign minister whose oonduct v e can call In question. (Hfar, hear.) It la too abeurd to notice, and It Is not for that pttrpoee I rose. But what I want to call the attention of the House to is the real point for their consideration. They see in to have forgotten tho caae which called upon my honorable friend the member for King's county to make Home ob servations. What did occur was ibis, home nights ago, when this question waa brought before tbe House, and the conduct of a gentleman, a member of tbe admluistra tIon, was Impugned for his supposed Intimacy with M Maz/lnl and his possible connexion witb assassins, that g. n tie man, sitting next to tbe Prime Minister, rose, and announcing himself as a Minister of tbe Crown, and there by giving due solemnity to any statement which bs might make to tbe House, repudiated in most Indignant language that be c?uto be connected with assassin*, and, avowing at tbe same time long Intlmaoy and perlert friendship with Mazzini, also declared that M. Mar/.lul was perfectly incapable of such ml vice, eon iuct, or suggestion. The affair of the moment terminated. Rut It was In tbe power or my honorable and learned friend to show t > the bouse that the statement o' the Minister of tbe Crown was perfectly unfounded. (Cheers.) The statement was b*hed upoa an avowed Intimacy ot seventeen vears,and tbe Minister of tbe Crown declared that M. Mazzini was one who would not tolerate principles which sanctioned assas sination. My honorable and letirned friend was conscious that there were public documents which mUht be in the possession of any one who chase to give nttoutlon to the necessary researches, and which show that M. Muzinnl, on political and philosophic principles, Is not only the votary and advoeato, but the great promoter of assassina tion. (Cheers ) After th* statement which my bonora blo and learned friend made to the House the otber night I think he ouly does thai which Is duo to the House when ho vindicates that statement, and shows in the most complete manner that ho is JUB'.ided in tbe observatl< na which ho roido. (Hear, bear.) And I am not at all surprised that my honorable friend, the momber tor Ikivooshlre, should have addressed a question to the government which has toon answered In so unsatisfactory a m inner (Hear, hear.) These are grave questions. There id a plot to assassinate a neighboring sovereign, who itill, u>e believe, it an inti ni'i: a'ly of this country. A member of tbe government? A MitvUter of the Crown?who, by bis own admission, is at least the friend of Mazzini, if not the correspondent of Green?rehears) ? rises and gives a character ti M. Mas zinl which it Is lb tbo power, as has been shown to-night, of any one w ho obtains authentic information to prove has no foundation whatever in Net. (Cheers.) Ileao knowledges bis loog intimacy witb M. Mazzini, and he says at the same tltno, from bis personal observation of M. Mazzlni'scharacter, he Is convinced M. Mazzini is Incapable of entertaining tbose odious opinions. Well! It speaks vory llttlo for tbe knowledge of hunm nature po.-iaesaed by a Minister of the Crown, and very little for his power or observation If. having for seventeen years been Intimate with this well known character, be believes bim to be incapable of opinions which be basso elabo rately and consistently vindicated, and on every ooc tslon circulated and defended. (Cheers.) I think these are very grave circumstances. We hare the admition that ? member <f the administration it the intima'e friend of one who prnfesur tliu organi:nt titt'm of aua-'tinalion, and I do think that my honorable friend tbe member for Tevon sblre was perfectly Justified in making the Inquiry of her Ma esty's government, and that tbe House, the country, and otber countries, will deem the answer to It moat un satisfactory. (Cheers ) I.STTBR PROM MAEKfWI. TO TAB KDttO* Or Tf? t-ONDOX TIHOL My attention has been called to an article In your paper of this day. In wblcb, referring to tbe statement of the Procureur Imperial on tbe Greoo (rial, yoa imply that something further is needed In order to clear the charac ter or Mr. Stansfald from tbe Imputations made upon bim by that ruactionary of tbe Imperial government. Ibose Imputations were contained In a speech totally unsupported by legal evldeoce; and I should have thought that Mr. Stanafeld'e character and general denial in the House of Commons would have satisfied any fair Judging person or tbe untruth of such charges. But If my testi mony might be decisive of thequestijn I cannot with hold It from one whose friendship I highly value, and who bat sirokeu to generously of mo In an assembly where his doing so might expose him to some Incon venience and misinterpretation. I have therefore to request or you tbe Insertion of this letter. Tbe two assertions of the Procureur Imperial, aa quoted in ex>mo by you. are ?'That lirecowas to write to the addreea, "Mr (lower, 36 Tnurl'e square, Brompton." if be was m want or money. That Mr. Stanstola had been in 1857 appointed to be the banker of a TfVkldl con spiracy fund. It la true tbat at various timet, owiog to letters ad dressed to my name being stopped or tampered with by Continental policy, I have asked my English (rleads, and among them Mr. Stansfeld, to receive them for me, the contents of the lettera betag naturally unknown to them. But it la not true that I ever gave ti Oreco the address of "Flower, 36 Tburloe square" (or, Indeed, any other name), for the purpnac of applying Tor money or any thing oonoerning an anti Imperial plot. And it Is not true that I ever asked Mr. Stans'eld to be tbe treisurer of a Plbaldl fund. Such an absurd fund never to my knowledge existed. As to what In your article concerns me, I h\re promised to myself not to write ot:e single word m >re about lbs Greco udfclr. I am perfectly contented to leave to fair, dispassionate English opinion tbe Judgment between Creco and me. 1 Bay between Greco alone and mvself, because everybody must hare noticed that all tbe affirm ? lions aim ok, in the Krcnob indictment, at establishing many sources of accusation against me?the summoning of the four men to Lugano; tho distribution of daggers, revolvers, and bombs; the accepting im;?eratori as < ne of the band?h?vo, through the trial, dwindled into non entity. And as to the '?Theory or the Dagger," tbe first time I happen to write on it it will be modified into tbe "The ry or tbe Moral |)ag;?r." Tboso who will condescend to read tbe whole of the pamphlets quoted by a member of tbe Kouso will see that my ob.ect was precisely that or excluding the possibility or a "Tbe ry of tbe Dagger." I am, sir, yours laltbfully, J08Ki'li Ma/,/INI. Tcbpd?t Evan go. UK. BTAS'SrKlVa AOKKCT. TO TH? Kill ion or riK 1/1IIDOW TIHKI. Sre? I ?nrlow you ? bank not# girucfc and issnod by M. Ms/.zitil, showing II r MBDsfi'ld as bis agetit (roc the la?t line). 1 Uh note is in Itio name of Itali ui liberty, nnil it iscomploto with tbe e\co| tjon of the date, which hits only A. D. 186?. loaving ? bUijk to be Oiled up by lbs fourth figure. This nolo is ten years or more old. 1 am, air. yours, &c.. M. A. Lospow, March 1ft. 18M. Other notes can bs forwarded of It)* same ace and Issue:? :7f J Dio e Pupolo. Prestlto Italia cRoma. Narloii* a Italians. v Dlreito unicamPDte ad anresore riodlnendeoia J literta dltalia . < wftiua kranchi ioo. < s fttcevuia dl r?i*ciii cknto oi Capitals eoi mercantile i 5 latereaae di metzo parcontoal maae, adalara da queato ( \ glorno t s 188 J Pel Co-ritato Nazionala. 2 } Oivs. Mi/.tmi < Republic* <!to?srrit Birtohi' CnmitatO J i Hi oikna, Maitia MoxTrccHi ha. lopae X J V Febbrajo, 1949. Barn Iia.mno. J j A. 8?i.i*ts. * s La ClreoUre No 1, enmeaente Is haul a i partlcolarl i : dell Imprest no. si distributee colle oeiiola. | _ _ London Bgent. _ < Mwip James Stansfeld 2 Sydney place. Rrompton I A///// The African Slave Trade. In the House of commons on tiiu 14th of March, in r* plv to l/ird A. churcbill, Mr. I,Ava?t> ssld that (he Information with rsgird to the slave tr<uie on the eisiern troaH of Africa ??sol a very unsatisfactory ni?l> re. Whilst on tbn west coast the Klava trade hud greatly diminished, on the cw-t coaat It had beeu t?ty with on ttie berMM. Ht<r lU o.ty s o niaers liad dona all in their power during the Inst two w three TOirs, and th.iy htd earn a rod more than oi,e hundred vae?eis laden wiib slave*. Tliaro were sevral reasons why thry wera umblo to bring t" bear the S ima ac<u>n on tho eaitorn count of Af, .i i thai they were uu t!io w.> t?m < m-t II.-r's crntears, iu tbe tiret place, were not i-utll ilenity numerous, and since the abolition of the In dian t.avy tlioy htd I ot tt? mma olnas <>t oil cera, who were acquainted with tho <oast, a d therefore were tiiii<h better aWe to put a a op to tlirs# luiinil us pro* tee l ng.?. Accord it n to tho informal, n which he ImmI r-c> iv- d, butwceo tweity *?n<l Unity thou mii elates were i.niiu,?t1y < -trriad oil from that < ???!, mainly deport?.! la Arab v???els comm., down from the l:#il SeimdtbO I'erMian (Jnlf lh;.t was purely ibe result of the ?l*?*:iivn Swamraa t^kan iiy tlie l'nrki?li g'?ve iinu nt to put an end to it * *ia^ iride <>:i the cik? cr Alrka to the tun ol lh? IteUiUriAMAB Tliatsouice ot -ui i4> betu? tho sl<?. '* i'nii recanrw t > ?li<- <?B?i?ro coast ut ao j thai* riuaa i>( the lu'n- je *n ttis in.I> lit- , under a tiej.iv with tue -uit n ut '/a ?lt>ar. t<. Intt'fore <*nti v#? (et? ?? gigi'd in ih" ci)*?iliig tradi, ai d a fffy lirjre aiave tfjitc ?k' ttrrlcj no In tC I m .n .vr tut h?. ?un im>( p> togny tbn laMy tie u.ian of Vau/Htur bad u.reeit*. bU.Itu l'< lier Mae.-l>'? tr iwis to slop ve>-e.?' n? t a' A rir;? rti lnj; ccitatn i*>rm>is ?'f tc;ir, wbitli wlm d I'Uihta t eni to >tnp a iartc suiOolil iif the tr.irte. Anr'.f.rr ev s It'# f'icraa. o in Iho sine tiad<i w .n ttie fscllly <il'h w?..y'i, | dnfin* the !j*t yoif. Artvc< ch bin tern providad witn lit - PtTfi.'i r?(f<tlrt Viet i ll |ai orsaf /.fi/'lisr.AuU ? uUM.,i.aul.y M?e>it'< rrmee'e ta"?l been n?..Me l? ItirrleK with tno? \? *e i Atiwher f?n#i> whs the uti com egenuut g vou to li bv i? le'ite imitiber th?^subor dinate I'orttif i mi iIIkm (ties. 1> we? rtr>- ill it iho tnr t"f!^CfC flo\ en 11 '^OuCTjI On tb? U''Z r,.b*4'lc,'co*-'|i wa# doing Ills utntof i to | "t a ?t"p to tie tr tde Her Ma es ty's goto MliiPUt bad over an,I Over luam r> (wi?ed ?s? ir slice* eve'T s l'uri would be maiio lo put a atu|> to the lrn?1-?\ if- m i?l c.-ti'e-^ (list he hart rend with 'ril I?r the nr. all <1 horror ih? a rnunta ..'Ot br r* f.iv lii^at< ne ai?d other tiave.Iers of th" inoilc it) which the ttadlr *iM .-irrted on, atid he muld nSnuifl the M mi?# 'hut Ma e.-uy'* govemtn -nl htd i ?>41 ?*' fight of tl * enh e^t srd eearythi tp Hi?t eonl l he rt>" e wnH he to pu t a sit | l? li t I'M* trado on tUo csawrD ooaat nf Afi t> c* (UM , tioir.> Terrible Inandmlon *t Shtfltlil, Rng. JPR8TIX0 or A RRHKKVIMK COVRKIMO NINBTY-Plin ACB&l?VILLAIIfcfl MWKIT IVtT AND IIUNBRKM C* riKJtONS DHOWNRO IN TIIB1R BSCS Shortly before od? o'clock this morning (March 13) o (treat reservoir it DradSeld, us mii<* from Sheffield, burst lis embankment The irei of tue reservoir wu> ninety fly# acres, and but juat finished. Ibis enormous b-dy of water ruabod down the valley 'the iv>n, swooping away all the bridges over the rl v?r, a great number of boitsss oo tt? ha> tat, and destroying, it lb fearsd, scores of tholr inhabitants The lowur pirt of Sbe.Deld was submerged several feel doep. and hundreds of f.tmlles driven from their home*. Tho Hood boa not yot au bat (ted. and the damage ? la calculable. the SbelEelJ JW^ropA gives graphic deUils.and iajr? About midnight a large reservoir oonnerted wltb the water works, and extending to above a mile la lenKtb, situated about seven ml lea front the town, suddenly burst to .and inundated the valley of the Don, sweeping away entire villages, drowning the sleeping inbabtuuts by hundreds. Trees wsre uprooted, and the debris of buildings carried down I be river was tinmen** In soma of Uta atroets of Sheffield the debris ta piled up eight and ten feet high, and among It are found fragments of furniture and many dead bodies. For more than aa hour tlve streets Mar tb? river *er* three and four yards deep In water. Great numbers of men are now engaged getting dead bodies oat of booses wbers they have bseu drowned bi bed. Otbers ars be ing gathered in from gardens into wbleh they bavs Heat ed. Excitement lu the town cannot be described. Busi nois is at a standstill. Kxtent of mls<hief cannot b? as. corlalued. hundreds of lives are sacnflcid. Thedautwae a now one. The Immense volume of water la attll pursu Ing its course of destruction. Kotlterham, Pnneaster and many other towns will sniffer ere tbe r<< <>r T?ent re ceives tbe excess of water which has been t jt at llbartr. THK ntD. [From the Sheffield Telegraph, March 14 ] From tbe large quantity of trros a d brushwooo brought down the river, the victims, who were for tbe most part drowned while escaping from their beds, sr? found bruised and quite nude, If nude th"se may be call ed who bnve received. Instead of the night dre.-ses I bo driftwood has removed, a thin clothing of -lay. -*ome of tho dead have an exprexslon of fierce energy upon their faces, and their laei act is expressed aa well as words eould express it by the expreBHton of the (ace and the at titude ot tbe arms. In one the teeth are clenched, and tho right arm thrown forward as If striking at some thing ; in otbers both arms are thrown forward In a swimming attitude and have so stiffened in many cases tbe living bave died in tnelr beds with out leaving any aign to show that the water hud waked tUcm.or that they hail consciously | assed from the sleep of life to the long, long sleep of death. Several of these found bave been ns much killed aa drowned, for one has a broken arm and anothor has a broken leg, and some are so brulsf d and mangled as to lodluate Ihat they bad first been crushed under tbe wreck of tbeir bouses and then washed out when the torrent Imparted motion to tho wreck, or else that they bad bee* caught between drift ing trees and beams. The number of dead yet known does not exceed on? huudrsd and eiglitv. (From tbe KbcBnld Telegraph, If arch 15.1 Dp to haif-pa?t one o'clock oriy about half a doterv more bodies wero found. About sixty more persons ai? inquired for. Personal Intelligence. Captain Adams, mid of the American Minister in Lon don, who ivu presented in (he diplomatic circle at the levoe on Saturday, Marcb 13, wss described a* of the United States "Navy," ins lead of the United States "Army." Commercial Intelligence. THE LONDON M?'NKY MAHIKT. [From tbe I/oodoo Times (city article), March 10.] Tbe absence of any announcement of f'enmnrk having contented to tbe conference caused tbe Kngllab foods thin m?rnlng to open at a relap e of an eighth rrom the rather buoyant prices of yesterday; but tbe mnrket. assisted by the specie arrivals from Australia yeaierday. and from the West Indies today, preserved considerable steadloess of looe. Tbe only quotations of consols ware ui a 91V for money, and 91 % a 91V for the account. took Mock left o(T at 238 a 240; reduced sod new three per cants, 80X a 89and Exchequer bills 6s. discount to jajr. Tbe discount demand at tbe bank conlIdues compara tively moderate, and in tbe oi en market there ia a dis position to prefer long paper to abort at present rates. In tbe foreign Mock market tbe variations have aoi been very Important, but ancb aa have occurred have been upward. Mexican Is if better, at 43 V a 44, a ad tbe Confederate loan, at 48 a 60, snows a further rally of 1 par rent. Tbe quotation oi old r t Par Is Is about 0 per milla premi um, aid tba short exchange on londoo is 2V30 par ?1 sterling. On comparing thsaa ra as with tbe English Mint price of ?3 17s. 10*,d. per ounce for standard goM, It appeara that gold is about 2 10 per oent dearer In Lsndoo than In Tarts. By advices from Tlamburf tbe price of gold Is 4'23 S& per mark, and tba abort exctunge on l.ond?n la IS A per ?1 sterling, Standard gold at tbe English Mint prtao ia therefore rather more than 3 10 per cent Aearer Id London than In Hamburg. AMKKICAS UOVMUfMSKT AWt? RAILWAY MCVRT11M. Maryland 6 per cent 09 a 1* United Plates 0 per cent, 1881 63 a Of United Slates ft per oent, 1174 Ma 01 I Virginia State 5 per cent 46 n 40 I?o., 0 percent 32 a 34 Atlantic AG. W., N. Y. sec.. 1st m.,'00, T per et. 00 a 82 Do.. Peousy Ivsnia, 1st mtg., 1077, 7 per ceut. Kit 0^ Erie *We:, |I00 fall paid) 00 a AT I o.. 7 pnr rent, preferred 00a 0ft Do.. l", 7 per cent. 1807..... 63 a 40 Illinois < entr-il 0 |*er coot, 1876 84 a 09 Do., 7 per cent, 1*76 00 a 71 New York Central 0 per vt., sinking f?nd,'03 02 a (H IK>., 7 pnr cent, 1804 56 a 60> Punama ltallroad, 1st mortjiaire, 7 per ci., 1800.100 a las' I)o.,2d mortgmge, 7 jx.t cent,7872 103 a 10?? TIIK RKPFL COTTON LOAN. [Krom the London Times (city articled, March 10.) The Con'cdciato io.m has experienced a raiy<f 3 pnr cent to-day, closing at 47 a 49 on the last intelilgenco from New York, and tbe advance In tba premium on goltl to 0H(, but otner securities In luo torelgn mnrket bavn been rather doll. Ijrxsroot, Marcb 15,1804. There has been a good business itoing In tbe Confederate lonn to-dav, at prices varying between 48}{ a 49^ , a* the cl f c It was quoted 48 V a PARIS BOL'KBE. \'AKt?, March IS, leC4. Tbe three per cant rentes opened at 00.76, and cl<*cd at the same quotation, both ' r money and tba account, being tbe same as yesterday. THK LlVERI'OOt. COTTON IIARKRT. Livkriool, Man b 14,1804. There bu been a doc I'led Improvement In the demand for ontton to day, nnd the sales rracn fully 10.000 baiea? one h*l' on speculation and for export Price* ere Jtd. a >?d. per pound higher ibun lust Saturday's prii es. I.ii mr<*>i.. March 16, 1*M. There has been a f<xx1 and got erai demand for cottoa sgain to day, and the salca reach fully 8,000 bales?3,004 on (peculation and for export. 1'ncon are hardening, es pecially for Egyptian, which baeo beeo In greatdemand. TKAIIE AT VANOIItimit. N<<I<1<K<TKK, March 16,1804. For cloth we had a quiet market to the close of iaat week, with a teodemy to weakness in pricea Ibe mar ket opened in ninth the same state yeeterday. bat the Important improvement In the Liverpool oottoa market gnvc a rather more cheerful Une in the afternoon, and tb? drooping tendency of pricea was arrested. To dar also, for the aamo teason, we hare bad a rather mure cheerful reeling, with more Impitry lor some description# of cloth, but still as regards actuol busiuesa tbs improve meat amounts io little. LivMrooL RuaMivrra mariit. IjvxarooL, March 16, ISM. At this d.<y v market there was a good attendance of the town ai d couutry trade however tbo demand wae rather languid. and only limited business waa done. W h at met with raibera 'low sale, however the altgbl improvemeut noted on Friday w.s maintained. FV>u? wan nli l very diriicult to move, and pricee very irregslar. In ?*is an<i oaime?l there *>? Utile d?ae. aod a decltaa of H'l* l>er 480 lbs , and 3d. |>#r load may be noted. Farley and |>e?a were without change lo value or deaaod, nut Kgyptiun boms hr.nght Is. i or quarter advance on the week. Indian corn was in rather better demand, and priinu mixed brought J8s. '.d to M. par 480 Ibe, LIVKBPOOL riAVMOTI mamit. Ij . s?Mw?t, March It, I KM. Beef quiet and downward. I'ork ttrm. Bacon quiet and itendy. Mutter steady and oncbaagM. Lard quiet but tiriu. Tallow flrinar. li v k?pool ritoncc* market. Ashea Brm. i-ugir steady. Coflfree?No sale* ,<r? quiet. I.ln-"ed ml quiet and Bt?M'1y. Rna n ?tr, Si>iritB of turpen'tne firmer, ?n<l unlet at *?<?. i?r KreLob. tvtroieuni qutet at la. 04. a Is. lOd. for refine t. LOSDON l/>!?roi*. March 18. 1*84. Sroa*.? The market trvday ?s? steady. At auclWO 4,789 ba?s Mauritius were hHd for ?ttfT retee, ?i> -1-ow to middling strong reOntng, 48?. >'?>? a 47?., and brlxbt er.vslstls.ed 4?s. l,fl?S bars Vaial rold- brown, Ms. M, a 41\; low to fond yellow, 4V. a 4rta . and .'(IO bbds and 100" hags erys'slired Demara'i 4'a Ad. a 48s M rcr CWt. Of West Ind'e ihe s K>.?, tnoludmg thnee at auction, amount io ?70 hhd? "ln-e the cliso of I ?st week 8 WW !???? .Te/gerv liave been t ken at S4s. ?d. a S"S.; 1,308 b ?s gramy do . 97s. 6d , 410 moi mi?covado Manilla, at .17* ? !W0hM<. Cuba tnu'Covsdn, i t 48# . sad "ome nrnwn Mmritls at :n? aieo a f: *tlnj ca'go ot 4,100 baga rec tum* lor me i ?yde, at V>? ?d , landing wel|bU, floating " (v >**.?The whole ef fbe J'O rs'lrs, J?0 bbla. and tlsntaiion t'eylon In public sale today went off hf?k v at fun pnrea. mWdlinr to g??d middling, Ma ? end rr> d t< nee, 8Ts. n , a d <60 pirttagee fa man-*. ?>. M. a 7"* t< r |<*h1 ordinary mixed to flna or 'intry 8'0 ?<>* > nitlre Ce|i( n w-e withdrawn at 7*. r?* firMiln* ? r?.e? rf Ri?, e-r-.i rr"?if together 8.8TW t?n^-. we'o Uiifoeed of At the el *e vvT Iaat waek?oaa el 70*. for lt<n BaitK?. tad the o'fier at 60a. #i. tor tbe M?> iterr*tie?n Hi-f ? At so'?ii t? 11 day 1 oot) b g? t Id banted Mb?t? Men|.vl fattrtl hirers at IW?. 3d * I On. nd. t.6?0 hags ?an o?n of e!d lm:-ort were held f?r tot a Pa Ad Three flo.tit<c .-iirgre* of Veeriittifi, together 8.0M tens, hava been sold at 10s. 4,'j<1. * Ita C?l. ier cwt P*t.T?rsir.?Tbe only i.a'lnosa repo'ted ta 1*0 beg? Beiig?l,8'4 per <:?ut rerrseM uri at 8^- ""d. per ewt.^ra-h. 1 ?liow.-n,e tnsrket Is steady at lie. to 4Js. *l Mtreh 4^ 8 I lor *i?r'l an-l June, n d 44s. fd. a 43e fof ' e'nher and |>'eerrirv I tATrrn.-^IT'o qntmlly ef fteeb r^-ds hrwght |o near ket the mining w?a ?m ?:er two "??' OffV am? alii??ider? ea<i prt.tmcm l<(lit h ii'S wre In much reqnrt^ I ght oOiemoo bidet, eh a red Mil rt ns "Bdee *fly p ttuds iIan IWM readile ?? r<~ ' pr W?. far "^h?f d eorti ltoi.a tlie ?err.a?d was y"ry _ 'a*eHM. ^ '>f in *** kid eg tb# sdpp'e *?? at.d price* Brm at late ? stBfc,

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