Newspaper of The Sun, January 21, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of The Sun dated January 21, 1861 Page 1
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m fim wTfiyr tor-8un, I, Dalle. ClaBdan MMrtM. M w orbaseur la r-oelied.) MMtOMM saner of rnnVia Mat Nmn streaks, and I, Ko, m aiaadlnsi, feerwee at Broadway, ' ana aaad ana. enaat.1 under Ih AnnrKml Kai Et Th Dairy in U dallvrd by Oerrlev, a ab V ethers fat Hew Tork etty and ebAatty, a I tlX kXD A QtAKTEB CBNTt FEB WKEJC.I ainin. vopios v" aa... VWdaanl br mall, roar InttT veer. I linn Ctmilstioa throughout Ih Yaw, audio llth Deosnhar teat lfSCOPlEH PER DAY I Till WEEKLY TON sailed tw euberrlbert al aevewtv-nv cent nr ear 1 11 aaoeahs, 11 ringl enplea, J eat As. f petl. umi aaa gratia to Intend! af anlmribtra. Addraaa"TflBll,N,'' Cilia fullon and Nassau alreeta. Hew York. BXrUiraHTT-femiilc. ijLNtMALl IB kuEr! .flea, laaau US SERVANTS WANTED TEH attnntlana new Bcdr and aaad wages 1 1 tan-, wanted ImnWiafcslr M cood feml- Ire a taa Large Ltnt where good eiaeee 'Vi ajear re YMav. oar. h leo aaereniu at, e"V. of Jelj Tie ICKWINO KACIILNES WANTED LAD IBS IO le leasa te opera, aa Wbaolar Wilson's Imsveved Merakng anedilnea, br ana ef tha aldaat eipork.ced fawiaw he the ally lausLt all kinds ef sHU!iIn, hsea. mm, filling, tucking tesrea, an J hrMigb tasnage oat of tha sewing mschloea parfeeur, ant reeora ,wandedte good fdaeee far $1. Those wanting rood aaa pa aupauaa at aaa vauai avatar in . daidtaaain EMPaUY!nE?nr-9Imle. A GENTS WANTED FOR MRS. UANKIN'S V eurkaat new book of "rKtfAI.K CIMKtCTRM J V THKOITT IntenMthvttoallraad.rs. Verf sate " lie, raaey Mnding, SCxl pages, fid engravlne. I'rlo 1. Apvt 1M Maaa rtnat, pom 80. Jala (Tito , A QENTH WITH FROM tl TO 20 CAN naarr rap4dlr, pnMl Itaoawl loub ; JjlTALE AND FEMALE nKLP OF ALL 1 AIA aatlona anipl to aotlna th'f aan ha anltM with t cand attiiatlona In f Tr raaaeltr, br apalrtaa la MAI k H1V0, !7lHlth ara. N. k Wa aaa mwiiiMnJ tiU aOaa aa rallabU. Ia9 aaao'lM rARTNEtt WANTED TO MANUFAC aift anal oil C5 iar ceut choapnr tlian avaf . Patra. lauai. aud rrorr kind of raw oil iuda bf that lavanlir. wUhiaitnilanaita adortpira and clao. Vlti atmll raplUI win aiaka a Uraa Drofit. If. 11 I'AITHY, aonulat. ill Cantra It. JaltS'l'JO WArrKi). CADDLE WANTED ANT ONE HAV1NO 5' kJ a rood LADVa SADIMJt tadUwaa( AT A II A R. SAin,maf tin 1 a etiM'oi r br aiirc 1NO HCIIUUU boa ad Sua olBoa. r tin i a eufttwu r br addraadog a aat to Kl. jaa DOAXID AIVD BOOnS. "DOARDINQ A FEW KESFEOTAIILI! AJ fouaa taan aan ba acaofatnolalad with good hoard ana Olaaaant rmMna. aim a avniimuan ana a 1M Cut 7th at, bat. 1M and W araa. J1S a and BOARDINU AT S THOMPSON ST.. OOOD board. plawiaAt ronmai and alugl bata 3 a wark t lan a morn fur a man and hia wlla MMtaalwartraadr at tba tlaaa. iHint par $ and $9 a mk, wliti roa aa tat a (ood foe t 93. Jaldaaaa'in BOARD K.50-AREAT REDUCTION IN board-CoaiforUbla rornna with asealii at hoard 9J M to M a wark, lormfr prlora tt Udlaa from fl tip. 1oe aamfort food litiiiK and cliaapnoM, till hoiua aiaali all othara, a warm parlor with piana Watobmm all nlaht. and tadglnaa auoaa. ad Lfapauard "t , nar teoada. JaWld'aalOi BOARDINO DOWNTOWN A FEWiln.rU araUaman aaa ba aooommodaUd with ffood board MJ graUafn ad plaaaiat , bf applftng at XM tirl at I VTma jalJS'ltd R 0 A R D I N O-A FEW RKSrECTABLH M-J maehaatoa aaa Bnd nood baard. warm b"dl laraa daalos aad alwiu robots tor $S a wnk.at U TLlrd an, aotraoaa nait tha draf atora. oor f llth at. dllMaa'lTa '.0DaDf08-AT THE TRAVELLER'S laasa. Ha. Tarlrk it. twa doora rroat Praaklla at. arbara napaatabla man aan ba aeooaaMdatad with alaaa aomfortatda alocla bada at la Ha per alabt 1 rooma far woman ana vm biwdu cia par mini; aooa mwam 1 girao 10 oroar. jaa Maa'iav ODOINOS-WITn OR WITIIODT Board I aood ataaa alalia aad doahla baddad mofna. bwaa II DO to 11 oar waak. Binila roonu to laC tha aUht or waak. lodilnp at II eanta, U 10 Oak raart. dM t4aanil 1 A I MOMROH 8T-FURNI3IIBD ROOMS A tolrtWaatallaalatiaaaUaiwlthfacintlaaloraaoaa- 1MH uooarala, jail Maa-ui OBOCEB1BS. rUST ARKIVED-600 BARRELS BEST all barrbua, prlaa M to la 6d oar bairal aitra , Sai brook, No 1 . anoa 111 pjr half banal 1 1,000 aauada nafc, l.oua boaaa amnkad harrluai, 40 eenU pr toi. roc aia br MOJXJN WKIXd CO, l iW traat. Jail I'lM TUB CUEATE3T STORE 11 TTTJI WOBI. TTir.wii-rpnK rra cent. AVfi. Tba anatnt bargain m od rod to tha publia In Ma Tork. Iluuuuuwoithof (roaarbw, wlona, loan, luor and arorlHlooa ara now taina ald at auiloa prkwo at bat groat Oaatoa TaaWanhouaa. Tham aranrtalt raeUIII facta lit! aud no humh. to which tuonaandj aaa taatlfr. Glra m,i a eall. and roa ahn win ba aatlamai Ibat Uia la tba ptaaa tabo raat iolarrhaAaf XaVAs. "wusa. AND PattVIII lOJaflVIStOWi La Oonjult rour aw Ooaaa ooa and all, graat and finall. Cooault y tokrraala, aad ba rour gooda from . Ha tMOraaawlakal.aad No, guMurrarat. N T- 1UUBA9 lkJIUIIRW Oaoda dailaarad Iraa 1 lu tba eltr. daa) 4a'lM qnr. barrels sweet cider, piuck J VVaj to It per barral 1 Tlnagar, II to 13 par bar rat 1 l)baxraUaalcadtobtara,prioallipirbarralt In) aouada aaat. gov caat aalnvm. apload. Id ponoda, 1 1 T5 par aaa. loraala br MkXdON WKLLd tk)7hf lr Jail I'lM 600 BAURELS OF TZLIIAM FARM TrhMla rwfload mooln aldi r. 504 barrnla of aldar Tlnaaar, aad Ouu bamL of Palham aajdllng ajta- warranted to kaao In anr alliuahft. ror aaia at tna Ajaaar, a ana paiifiii, uuana at. lag Ualll finn BARRELS BEST NO. 1 MACKEREL) JJU lnObarrebwhltaaahi d barraU Ciaoa lh, laaa Ontario aaltad t 40 barrnla ral 1 go barrala aouuda aad toniriMwi ) hau barrola eodoa, naw Far aala brUk-LaVlWtLiJJ CO, allrt. jalil'Ui MACIUL-tKUY, .ttv. D ICICS dlKTI-FKICTIOM MACHINK, mi rimjuiu. duhakinu. AND I'Kf.KSINCl IKOt. o. 'icitwr, rxjotiiji AND LABOR rrtatlaai ATINtl UAt'HISrjt IN Till Frtatlaa at all but dona awar alto, naxt to no oil U ra- UIUI, aaVadlarui rod ta ruoaiog than) 1 and do raaaln ai ra t tba largrat macnhia rMuhra urn th ara naadad for auahamt pawar Worn abAarug and runelriaa Iron, to ona Inoh ta thwihaana vltb ao paroapubla adort, doing taa wark ta 1 ana Qmnmnk mannnr. Va roaar to tha larant and nat aaauaaatul aaUbllah. aaanailatWaoantlT.tolaani tha raluaof thaaarlaaa inkaiai mada aiAnr mCKtJ PATENT, aaah aa Cooraa dl rlawvra, Traatoo, N. J I Coauaa Hi aaa Ea nlbi fraaidmaa. R. 1. 1 J. D W. W. Coaaau, aa, riaaaa at uo. naw lorn nTtiraTTiaQijHii raan. tar thar vaaMaatwaattaaul tham fcr thma or fcar ttmat thafr aaa: and ataara aar that In aomparlaoa with aaothat aMakaM kaowa ta tbam, that tbaf pa (of thalr aoat la vary ats aaautha' aaa. Allardora aroamrUattaadaJ bsaad aO laionaUa n" ITBVENg BIWTirFB If 00,. sole Auurn, m pkakl h ruKi?r, atrsu nkw vuiuc. t union METALLiq paint TnB ira. U daralgnad, aganbl lor UU Inralnabl palut, u ara. cawad ta auDpi tba laraa data daalara at tha lowaat aaaaufaataraaS prtcaa. Tbay warrant tha artlola to ba aapcriortaanraoldta tbla aiarkat,. bidng lullrtS par .ml -' laa m ,'rilna Iron and athar matala aad wood aad aaaraaa M baa as aioal Ihiak billnUai aTTh!lh.oaatJahlaialnlwUlaa kaot a-iTT, fr feTff STIWStliADlES TAU0IIT aox. Ud-dl U ',flf.1 aud wilajn'i wwbu maohlna. la ail & branch aud psrtlculara. Ijnsi Iu kuaj "SSsota It.. " Jal : SEWWO MACIIINES-WANTED AN EX. parliinoad owwstor ou Singer's sewing rateVlne, anlr oa that UorouaUr ondarstsnd. leaking e-vp oovert and binding ueed apply itCI hUNIf. SON'S, 4'J Broad N 01 a aad OIWINQ MACHINE WANTED AN kj BarbnMed o 'bo wark on Udlea u aaruund oyerstnr, on singers eawlag aCk 1 .uw wlU ba o.LL ,.,l a.Ar work for tha a ana tngrsaa uoacs. to a soon iu. S r,CaXAWUl,l4lliiBnut2ist,Hrooklru, EMjPKaraua.-siT WAjrrBP. TJ 0USKW0RK WANTED, UY A RESPEC. M.M. tabw) gin, I aneeuasi as eaataraarmaja ana waiter, at ta da aeaor J buoaaw wk la a raaall (asally. Apply ti 4M Talrd sre, ta the lauay abara. Caabesaaafue aarstoaarUatplaoa. 110 IS BUSH BBS dlARCaBal. QOOT AND SHOE 8T0RB FOR BALE JDflloek gad litotes af eeotwav stoaa aa aaa af tb beat ea"SBua tn tba eKrl lewta? ed eestiea and araanaant budnaaa 1 ana be -JaVTa aooaauoaaafof a daaak ha tb faatUrt ua agerda aaad apply. Iwrutr la tjaia.rsUra.lChXMtopWat, aaat Lawaaaioh are. Jario aOOIITBCTIONART, TBUTr AND BBOAB WO V vmtaU.lxkorwitaaala.witbwwttbaattke a. Stn CSakai iat aar balsa-, aaa tba Mary jrTaoatnaa rmlmn, llM- r I'll . ' iia ' ii 1 7i A7l'mmmTwm IT i JE? "' - Bl . OC3Q.pH9il.BEIttr. M -M1 mi m A BSmiZstMtttmf&MDSS NUMBER 8903 THE NEW YORK SUN. MONDAY M0RNINO, JAN. 11, 18(1. rraaa EacWsa. LoHDoir, Dec. Mth, Mrt, J fid Editor tftk .Vrt IV Sew What ara tba pnrctl of KMMiaion la tha United 8UUa t li lb qucgtloo which now ntaatl an America it rvrry turn In En'Und. Thadcalrt for iipad J aatiafattor)' Mttlrmcnt of our difflciltlas U f ttcely Irag baartjr Lrr than It hoino. IndroJ, the kUlllRrnt lulrrrat In all that couceriva tha jroarltjr of tba American Republic, whkl it minlfcfted ly live lttr Infortnod cla of Enpliahmrn Id axtrrmrlr gritifrlng to tl nu tlvnil pride. In mr ahort axperlcnc imonj Eiifilui'imen, I hire found Ion l(moranc of American Institu tion gad Anicrkan politic than I hail looked for, Tbcri ti ititl enough of it, but I think that Engliah perlodlcili and, through them, tha English public ire better Informed conrrnlii m than In former rrnrn. The rlait of the Prince In hiring It good effect In turning the attention of all claaim lirre toward the United State with kindly feillng and friendly interett. The grnu tne LnglUhmin ran never fully perruide hlmaelf thtt It la proper to how luUrrft in anything wlUhhaanot retelrrtl the unmiaUkaMe lane tlon of royalty, and now that we hare accural tlic favor of bit prorpecttte Mrerelgn, hit heart U winning toward u u never before. The growth of ftiemlly fw ling between Englan 1 an I Atuciii a baa fur me a tlniUcance layon 1 Out of mere roinmrri lal nclil-lmcm. Once "mountain! iniertriiing mkle rnemlc of nations th.it hi I lie l-en oiw"t toilty i broader nationality ia mw-rting Itxlf, in 1 in it we bare the promise of a futuro though I ilisUnt one when to be a mail will be to be a citizen of every nation. I rem h L'ngl ind iu the mldnt of the Christm is holidasa, when everything glvea plied to imuae ment and fiatltlty. I'arlLiment la prorogunt, I tuinrra alten.lo.1 to in a half-heartod aort of wiiy, an I John Hull takes his family out to f ibe pantomime and harloipiln performances at the theatre, or (crhapi thoChrystat Palace or the rkilert on the Serpentine. Tit theatroe, by the way, are turned to a new BM of Ute, and we have ju.t bad I report of the auccesa whhli htA attended the rpedal Sabbath 'errlcea, for which autneof them hate Iron uaed dnriag tha prut ribteeu mouths. I have Just come from a dinner given by Mr, Mum KT a distinguish! London merchant, and chairman of I committee baring the matter in ihargo to lome forty of the leading non-confonulst clergymen who hive been eepe lally active in tho movement. Thla dinner, given at the rooms of th Toung Men's Christian Association, waa aucoeedeil by a "free conference" In regard to the succcsa wbiih has attended thla attempt to bring the leave of spiritual truth down to "the very leverage of London society," la one speaker expressed It, The beat meani of continuing the work, and the xpodimcy of nuking the trregnlar preach lig nen-lcea eeUUlshed lnatltntions, ware also considered. There wai but one opinion iprtsaod as to the marked lucoua of the movement aa a whole, and the feeling in favor of Its continuance and extension seemed eqiul'y unanimous. Then waa, however, much divrrsl ty of sentiment regarding the best mod of con ducting services attended by clsaa of hearers ao different from those with whom clorgvmen have usually t deal. On or two favored II. turglcal form of services, but th majority were evidently In favor of extemporaneous worship with short prayeri and the most familiar of tunes la singing. One, Rer. Dr. Hcxtxr thought that prayer was out of place altogether In ler J vim intended only for those who or not worshippers, and urged tho um of a sermon only, with, perhaps, I hymn by way of ititroductlon. II dM not, indeed, 11 leva that there wai any dlrto authority for thj nno of prayer at any time In pnblia wor liip. It waa commanded ui only aa a private and ptrsonal matter, and ll this, "when then priyttt enter Into thy closet," 4c. In these eo c.ntrlc views, h loomed, however, to hara few jnipalhinrs. The gathering was in Interesting ii of its kind. As the statements of those pre sent were of i general character, and great re pugnance waa expressed to measuring the success of their efforts by statistical results, I am unable to glv spy facta which will lndicat In brief, the result of thil "preaching movement." Some remaikable Instances of conversion were men tioned by one or two, but u grave doubts of thoir reliability were expressed by otbors, it is not worth wbil to mint Ion them. W. C. C Th t'lllcrn Soldiery f New York. W copy from Mr. Valkxtisi' Manual for IMiO the statement of th otfUers and men of the First Division, as compiled from th return of the inspection! rniBT niviiiox rw tork itati: utirrtA.I Ciuaus W, Ssunrosn, KJorOaurral Cotuuuuidlng mure uktaaii Ommuuultd tn DrifoJiar-Qftural CAartai B. w. Km. 1st reglniena, cavalry. Col. Sam , 1V Jd reglniaut, Inlautry, Uajor lawia 140 8d rag-uijaut, cavalry, Col. roarLrr 110 Hat raffiroaut, liffbt lntantry, Col. Voabcaou. ,, is TJd riltnant, lntantry (8UUn Island', Colonel Towram 14 Vatarau corpa vtlllery, C'apt. RinuAao Kaiaoi.. ll lanoHb iiatoai'a, Cbawnandad ty Drlfadur-Geivml CSari rotas. dth rag-lruanl, artillery, Col. rtnsoua Sit bth ragituaut, lufaulry, Col. fliaiwaBTSwaju.nmt. S44 Uh raguuant, Uitantry, Col. Piacxaar, ...,,.,., 1 nun auoii'S. CVfwmoodad by fsrvodtsr-Onaral William BM. Tlh ragiment, light lntantry, Col. Lcffarts Vol Hth " " Ool.I.yom 144 Kith " - OiUIOal t. U OoU VnBura...M0 rerm naioioa. CornmanJed by DHpUcr-Qmrl Jot JSWA, loth ragiinaut, llgtt lcrMtrr, Col. Iialaey....77.o5 llth P.ila.Ol.fl,.wlck. ...... ...-) "tn - laaotry.cul. atcLaan,..jfj;..i 0tb , uou (wruxatu...,,. ...,, Oaoaral omcara ;;..UlrtC ,.M3 unirmaian ,,,...jU M Totalfi' lntantry ,., 7CK1 ,. ' ay , fdfetft-tt' ).... '.t travail J.... M,,t;...... Artillery, ., 4 A a. I IH4 SHI Total., t 14 )! dt TbU UUroent. of court. AmlrMM only t'e oniCurmed oomptuxlfflr. M,utrsara.af Beat 1Zb.)&&'&:to?blt fU1I rxtTPOTIIR nniJ.VlTTORS FOll IU X af MofrlsanU aivt Wad Farms will ba la atteudanoa B . ..... -- -- ". . . .. . at tha Waslchestir Uaua, or uroosna ana nn wmr, n Mondat Visa, at mdapKth aad M aiJsr, Februarr 4th. R II. CIlAVk. MotTlsai.b, ClUKI.ta JgNSINlid. WMFaauaJoUaetorsid.'j. H. BLALVKrr. Sohjul CoUccioa JaWila'Wl inn REWARD FOR 1HK CERTIFI- EX- r9 1 VVanc? o tba at srrtaan af OEOtUl Msrrlaanaf OEOHOr. UOUK.ttT rauoinn. nana sua a I " l I taha how narajionH Yaak. bidavea MmtbaafJanaand llrormbor, 161 aXrnTto L a. TKITU'I Tr, aan. .ll ,TlirortocfF.VlKIJ. tataeii 101. JaJbmatloa I tabs ckrid wpbiei 55 u- iiems iear,' &&iT?viZr" ViiKi.vrii- ARXICI.K8 FOB 8AI.V. HARNESS TOR ALB.-ONK DOUBLE XX art tt unaa at Ibr aantat or aiorssa eowdkandda,oraaalait. Caa ba sajn at tha biaoj anltbahon, M street aad 1 avauia, N. 104. WL TINNEBJI AND BOOFBRS-MO BOXES' X alUbtlr damaead Bhsreoal and oobs Ha aad raa taanUan. la-la. i..Jl in nj IT. for aala wrr by aUTUMaBONatCOa t Waierat. JaM OiBD AIW BOOHS. w-sTTBwranijtn unnvrn m r PT TOS'iormed bint that tb fort wia reiororced on the FblEfliiSbaiLrl night spaolfl!. Th. genUenjaa, r-olvlng th. Cattavtaat it (at (kk ) nn4 Imr-st I itartlrnr owi ai fact, rais-d htt hande uAm. d I sjUimasli "now look out for sfuaAi, Pretty it go4.-Wba (9. C) 0wMft. aevaaa !,tTl,lhwiKi,Jr- pMlani and Unlrmallat. about not far from 3i.W0 ear. The charrhew can seat upon an veragw iswrnmia, ami the average cost U Bearly M.0W liedng about til 60 to each seat, I achats BbfliaTMrdK dl final Ins taa Ia 1 1. 0li a It.i. T The aliov doe not Inrlu.la tha SnlHln.liit. who bold ccaaiorul lervlcea on the Sabluith, tho I'antheisU, or believers in th doctrine of Tho. Paikr, aa promulgatcl by Horurit anAvm, nd on or two other Ualies inoetin la halls, but hat lng no regular churih organisation. Two I.ate Crab of the nreoklyn. A Utter from an onVer nn tmar,1 rj tha .rnawi lor.rMf.war llrotWyn. dated Hampton RokU, Jan. 15th, give the following icoount of her do I ingi off Chorlreton harlnr i On th 10th a Imrer of d spatchea from Wanking- I ti reacted tia, with orders to proceed to aaa Imma- . dlalaly, and all eunimunlcaiiuu with tba shore being I luataotly cut off, wa ware nut aoprlaed of oar rt of uwsiwuisi unui wa wwrw many miiee mil as aea, anl thru tha word caraa "Char teak. uurordar wai a coitcneQ aa auows 1 Ywiar to rscd direst to CharlaaVm Harbor, ' but not to go over the bar, nor ooma to anchor, but !fy VDa','a"''" T"."! T1 "?.ruln If " B" ' tba VT eat l.aa landed bar truotw, if Dot, countermand bar ordara ami order ber, with tha troop to llvep- Ion Kiaula, and ali g n any Inlnmalliai you oau aa to tha eilstlng state of alfsiniihaiw, and then return lmmcitiairiy 10 lIaw4oa Kol." These wot da are not exa. tly th,we that were used, tail they cover the whole ground, aisl givs the anina of the diepstrh In qiietton. We rem had there tha ntom,uf of the llth Instant. Aaw aiivickod Ilia II ir, wo olworvnl a auial ail 00111 r ivtuhig out f port, f.r whuh wa lui ncdu ate y made, and caused her to heave to, 1 1 re,ily to our 'irtioua ber Captain nave lis Ilia lo.lowUij In t.rnu.llisii "Hie naiue of tM whioiter la the IrUilli, olllaiwlih, Mw I'm Sa.oflhe Wad sl teni t, d bi eater the liafl.a- on the loth, lor tba pur so of laiHllruf bar tnsM, but alio . ftii-1 In' 1 in all, wane 1 aliota. Wo think so lie f tlieol "tnnk her iwar Ilia wbea .hour-, f .rtMsdeinoiiw atiiaion tee iai4 nl llie antlorit es here, she put to sea amln, w thntlsnituutirrlnav, aul we au,se 'ekaa sunk at a a with all uilossid F.n v wis have Isen auiik on the llirto ob-lnn t 1'ie sci,.l In lxind Viwae at llota ate t irlild l.n ts m otltotrd arnutl vewuilet alillglls are put out. an I ihe-a are I utiei .is all along tba lies. h. lfyntarath stitner Ho ok 'jn, youliadbrtt r take care of yourself, for I .y on aluirr ai a roa.ty dr you. W tsml to l e red lor voItinteerinK thla hilornuttioit " N wall tho alsiva wsa d.N 111 dperfat'y ra'diblel-y "in tery aiaihr llan an I n niortud b tha H'srlliuy nl inr Ny. Without a 1? futttior Inviwtl. latioii, we Instantly 'put alut,H and hbst for II tr4on Koada, obta ulug, fttvt, a psini at fort Sum. ler, 1 UI action on the part of our mmmm bnf ofn er as not Mall In accordance with om vuws, on the oiiliaty, it caused tka gnativt In lU'iatlon thrniuh. ut the whole vesa I, ufth ara an I crew sharing It tike. To ba (Hgtitenod In this manner wa did not 1 1 all retlnh, and aa thara were several yrm Is h! an il o ntwr 11a, sn I weiouidhav leached tl etn wlthnul any truiilla r difficulty, we atiKgaeted tl our Cp lain tl at II won! I be highly progwr toolaam, if a slble, a vi nfl.at on of tba liit..noMI'n re. eiml from the aiwalled i.mtii. In Cut, acicrat on.i-s voluu teei ad to go ashore to taia of the !!, au t communU lata with Major AaoKaaoM 1 tiut they would p d be li.tinnl tn. The on'y answer ha deigned t ! wna, that ha ha 1 oovaifdhla intnii-ti ma from Uie lh'partnutfit, an.1 thu waa all that ana noraasary. The Utalalaaa, rart a Helxed. The 7VftM give the following luformttton regarding tha forts edwd by the Imlslini ro ta Is All the forta which pmtai-t the state from Invasion, are In tha hands of tha Insurgents, x.'cit Fort I,lv lligatisi, altuated cat an laland at the entr,ia a ,d lla raiarla llay. Hut this fortification la still In an un tiu slild stats, altho'lgh nearly $400,000 hate bean essuided Uhiii It. It waa, a year ajrn, wlthmit aa ai inaniant, ant an axrvuditura of Co 00 waa naoe aary tocsnpUaalL How uimh naur have ln-ati dun laat yrar to put It In a oondithfi to dalead the liu IsiiUnl railnl at whlah S la placed, wa Iwve noiaaau of knowing. Tba foils named aa seised ara FaH St. rhlltp, Fort JcVm Finn rika, and Fort Maornnh, basida the arauial at lUUm Rouge. The ariiroa. b to New Or leans from the flulfla eomruandnd by tha four lirta, Ftet St. rhUip aivl Fort Ja. k an IsAli ou the Mlaslaal pi, raw miles above the mouth, aud nearly in, sUe t-i each 'dher. Tbay require alsiut Con men aa h wbeo rompletaly garrlaonad, and erereadle, no doul t, of preveutlna' a moat formidable force from ascending tha river. Fort St Philip mount lMguns, aud Foil Jackaoo. l.V) The Falaral Uovarumeal has exjendad upon the Uittar e.UT.do,' aud ukio the former, itoa.TM. Tb afiproach to Newlrlaana, and Ibarefor to th at laalaajiil I7 the way or Lake P.sitcliaitrain, la da frndsil ly Fort Pik and Fort MaeouiU Tha first, which la at the aaat end of the Lake, lomruaud ng the autrance from Mlaalsalpnl S luuil, waa oflklally re oi tad. a year ago, as "in fine order end Iu a good defri aire rood' lion.' ll waa thee luteuded b aul atitute four H-imli olauilla.la and aavan H-litch aaa coaat bowltsers for aa many S4 poiuider guns. It muiuaa atuarether 49 guns, and haaooatthe Oovora mi nt JITJ.ISS). Fort Kaonnih la little south 14 Fort P.ke, al Ibe Cbef Meiiteur I'iihs, wLlchooniiM-ta Lake I1 iiU.hir. Iialo with Lake Horgue, thabaad ofUisaiMlpil Sou id. Ibis atao laouota 4 J guna, and tba aame iliauga waa tn liava beeu inada last yrar In lla annamotit, aa that liored al Fort I'lke. Its coat baa benu atnA.VII. The full complement of luaa for both these forte I loo each. Sucb la the oondltlon of 1uilsfana The fortini'A t ona erei t by the federal gnvaninunt to protect her at d tt I'biou from an tuvad na lorelgu f e, al a cost f nwire than tanj inllllotM of d ill ira, have lieeu aals.il by tia.Uiis Iu a suite of Insurrection, ami tbile S7I Kins luiurd against tl uovenuuoid tl which they ai allegiance. Allaire la t'harlewton. A grntliman reel ling In this city lit a cousin at I barb slon. In letter this cousin descrils a the cuiulition of sfTairi there as drploriblo. Not only la busim a iuss'uibil, causing g-uioral dis Iriiwaud alarm, tn which should lw ad led the pri sisvt of starvation, but tha population Is In the hands of a reckless mob. 1 bo reapoi Ublo ilena would be rejoiced to be rid of the rulluna ltd return to tlicir allegiance to the (iuviTii minti but they dare not make thoelfirt. Re snctable citiaena do not go Into the street eve tilt ga, nor ladiea it any time. In short, thev are under a reign of terror. The innocent and will-meaning citizens of Charleston are entltl.il to our warmest sympathies; but It Is inipoaslhlu to relieve them unless the Federal Government rhall tako mhukssIou ut Out city. yracusd Jvurnal, Jan. 1 J. A distinguished gentleman, Juat from Charles ton, informs as that a fearful reign of terror pre vails there. The secession aulhuritlua knowing exactly wliat all the rich man, merchants, and pi 1 son's engaged In business of every kind, sever ally have ui bank, and what numia of ulhor k lids they are supiiowil to have at tlmir com n ai d, luiilinually levy Umn them accordingly, no man daring to resist tho levy, inasmuch as a wild and infuriated mob Is roady to exeiute ten geani'e upon every man deemed refractory. Our Informant rays that the deepest distress and the diTpest alarm go hand In bond, and that all the railroads and other roada leading from South Carolina are thronged with persona canning fiotn the state, 11 if they felt that I rain of lire and brimstone wen already falling upon It. Wa esrm stly hot there will be no necessity for th I I ling of Boulh Carolina blond bv the general etT rriment. If South Carolina tin but left to In reelf a little longer, the spirit of rebellion and revolution will perish within bar border like a rat in an exhausted receiver. Louunlte Journal, Jan. JJ7A. The Chartritm Gnritr conoede that many of tbo beat families of th state are fleeing from it In consequence ef th lawlea tyranny now exer cised I y mob rule there It says i "lha rsmovol of many excellent famllle fron) tt e capital la regretted, but nobody propoaea to tb p them from managing their own domestic if. fan In their own wiv." Indlanaat Tlrtae. We dip th following from tha Columbia Qi. C.) Guardian 1 The ClarUaaun Mirtvrj of Basurday uiaks th dl. rts t rbaDra uf pi faring th mall at the iMatcifAcai VSrsblejrton. This la u outngaoua violatinn of prl vat liftiU, and will, ara aura, maol th eoudsoi nailouof vrr good clllac. It la dlahjuaat aud dia hoaataiila, and can be juatined up al no ground what arnvir. Tba Uovrnuuttut that atnong ti sueh an ud a mi UllV4lru ai''r tmm vt iwnoi aiaanvsa wa csswwaauaa"aa va n.a...1ftB.ja Anranwa Imaa mJ . ananlsi aa. stsunstll iiniftn 4 I srDaus uaniiuwu lor sua ishiii uianuiiaa jiaenuiad by every 0 viliaid natlun. KM eh la Breoklra, a luManteka w bar reason to Ana mi franklin and Waaoutlva lattara unou aaah. louulre of TIIDt editor of tbla pajr .ian in tnat post omoe. 7 To aufipiwa that the ' phould thus dihbsrately s puhllo mails, w ihout aouutcimnos, Is basdly ad. Al'AHTMKr carca!v urrlertake, up. pros wcw aiifall hia l.baily aud bis rbied A) tol war (if Us ail wa com. Truitty ITaoa that UHh wsraeiliraly eeeirre. haDpan&d to ua In regard tn Iat. a t tj-r". in law lualiuota, of lal. A 5',(1' tZJS '" notomfluedtithaevl'torof at. rnu- z jz. LTTTI. ws I ara iKialtlva knowledge that litem of pilfering haa bean auuted tuwaids aha amrv n( th. 1 nli. ai 1.- tnm ts.l- aaat lr atatlnnad In th Weal Wa know that Acre Lav lawn suit to soma of Iheni. aud -ma ba bam allowed to reach Its destination. la, tbererore, ayaltmslln id oocaaluual vt eoaa Uclnfortvruu-tiia. rnrt wtt currently rport4 yesterday that Fort ter wo reinforced th night before, by th h, of twin children. A mend meeting an old . en tie man, took up tn jok ml grivaly In- NEW YORK, MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1861. IaclaVata mt "irrtamlaa Halaby. I few J DaTTraitrfniirmrn iivmfl within a day who hare, for a long time pt, been engag. d in Irade it Cliarlealon. On ft these kept provision iml grocery atore. A damsnd wM I . a t " ... . made pofl kirn for an exorbitant sum In sustain I tn state authorities. II offered them state slocks, but they would accept only a naxlerat mount of these securities, and finally (Asy 1.. wiorrf jf mr ooouf ofx-.an 0 all !" oi.f from A,s afore. He did not darn to remonstrate, ut he quietly sent hia slave to Rkhmoiul, Va , ml, ltween two days, pnkil up the remain. der vf hia proprrly and left the state. Ilia casw, be SHjs, Is only 1 simple of multitudes isfnlhrrs. 11 is no uncommon thing to notice the closing of lorn when an InsjtLm of the premise reveals tha rart that ill the nuixhandiae has bran r moved. The Inserurllr of nrrsonani!i,rorcrtv. lledlin- cnlty of gettlng'lnto the lnrl.ir mi account of the removal of buoys ind otutst-linhtai the ibmger of liavillO' Vfaa. 1. m,1.I l.l ilia .(.la -lian lh.u.1. F ,n' "'' ,M r',)r enlmiuw.1 rateaof marine jnnirenr upon vessels hound to Charleston, coin- ' '" !?irrfT?t VC1Tc'i rr"m1PTi"H ,l!Mr- u"9 quanlilica of pwds Inten ll for their urrent I sup) I" sent to Mivaunah, irre Aksmvm hni (roWy innciucif. and they are then sent to Charleston bv railroad. Six dollars per ton ll paid for freight on coal from HarannahteChtrle- ton. On the whole, tlie.Ssvannahmerthantiar t .ii..mi 1,1111 iiiu iimri m rveilia at 1 Charleslon, and advise tlirin to go iiVuif. Thero highly pleased with tho course of events at , is no intention at prcecm, nowevtr to put out the llj.hu and nmove tho bitoja In Savannah harlsT, It Is also stated tint tl florrnior tuts prohib ited tho departure of any iiiom voliinUxrs for Charleston, psrily l'cniir sn m inr of those who hsv alnuily gi'ne thi'lnr siikonol and d nil, an I partly Uvause it I f, urod they may all lw ronuiro.1 at Ih me tn eiipprc r luiuirreclb ns. A gentleman retenily m in t'liiirli'stoii at. proved the opinion in ( nm crstit ion, testcrday, I lint htiiiliy had ngreat ilenl lodo srTlli ihoso- icaeinii niotenii'iit in t htrhstoii. lln entire population, he sil 1, socnud In I on a ilebiiiicli. IlirriHins, rcslnurnnts, stores, shojs, all pul lie Il.11 is, aire irowil.vl uin.uiily wlih drunken I isplu tiling mob. '1 Ina is llie utitcrial whlih constitutis I ho princiiml sin lulli if the amcsi-iiu iiioviinctit. 'I ho orletlv and 1011m rvutive pir. lion of Ihiirlllrens are ciiinpletvly ovrnwnd by tbcm, andcarrfullv atold taking n tUps whlih might excite their dki ledi-urp. I'reat Khode InlniMl, III the RhiHle Isltnd legist iture, on Wiilnc day, (iovrrnur SrittotK, in n-jilv toarcardu lion, made a virll statement lb.it Information had Inn rtiminumcateil to hint by Col. law, commanding Iho Artillery 11 nipany at Ncwi.irt, that fears were entertained for Iho safuty of the aminuuitlnn at Fort Adams, In consciiu.iu-e of wnu 11 a ioriion or tniti comptny 11 1 iicrn de tailed for lla Immediate protei lion. '1 he (lover nor sl.o presented I copy of a Ictti r, whli li, it ! .,.., it, vm i,,-,, a hpipi 11 i ii'iw r, win, ii, as , Ins request, tlw Si rcUrv of Slato bad wrilton to the 8. 1 ndary of War at'Washliigton, and whiolt was a 101 lows t 8TATF. OF KHODK 1HI.AN1). Haasrsst sun ma. 1 1'wvidiHH.e, Jan K, 1401 I Si I The Oovemor I f tlua stain, biia belay, u.eii Intonimlby Oihsiel Tsw, citiunuidlnga cuiu.iny of aitilliry at Niwrp.nl in tha stMe, that Cnpuiu C'ot UM of tha Lulled Stntea FjlgittPer requiwteil th Mayor of thai city, 011 tho loth Inst , to ilrtm b si a ami. r.l mn fiom hia canmaial to prote.-t Fori Admit from threatened ptun ler of ammunition, and that thn same authority Inter, from a ouuversatlou be- I twi-ruthe Mayor aid Caiaaln Cvllum. that the !. ' isutnieut will need a tonisuiy to occupy thla kirlin-

UU' 'll. I U.;.emhr gmsora ro...e.t. m. to m, thai ha would lad eiereitly retireaetil the eeallrneut id tha l.a la id bla state did he bealtate to aaaure th da- jnitiueiil that they ara anxioua to do thalr utiuiMt to awlettle giivormnenl In lla exfcutlinof the laws, ami that this government will recelv with much satlsuatlon the wishes of tha War leiartmMit, In v'ew of any aasUtaiKe Khode Island caa givs la thla biatter, a Ordere will lie art van to Colons Taw to supply Hi men wanted, and to pla. a bis euuimand at tha dlsrio al of lha Mavorof Nrwsirt. for tha defiim of tha 1 nlted Stataa pnipertr aud for lha occismii y of Fort AiUina, wbau desired eo bi do by any uumpeteul au thority. With hUh rew4)ct, I bare the lvaior b remain your nmal otsMllant aervaut, JOHN R. lURTLr.TT. H TT.Haty ut SUta. II. c JoatTtt Holt, SaiTetarjr of War, The Iteaddaat aad Ka-ewrrtary Tboaiaa. 'I he following are copies of (iov. Thomaa' let ter to the Prcasdcnt resigning the effloe of Soo rctary of th Treasury, ami of tho President' ret ly accepting the same. Wasiiinuto, D C, Jan: 11,101, Mr pas Si t It haa nut been In my isiwer, as you ara aware, to airrea with you and with a maturity of four dsunltutiiaial advlaara lu the hieuauraa which ava tieen adopte.1 lu rafarvn. e to lha present oiaall Hist of things Id South Carolina 1 nor do I think it at all ptotahle that I shall be able o concur la the views whli h you entertain, to far as I understand them, biilrhliig lha aullorily, undue ex sttng laws, to eniiaxe tha collw tliaiof the Cunbaua al Ilia Kiil of Charleston I u ler am h clrmunstaucas, after mature consider, atiiai, I have coin ludisl Ituil I cannot l.aiger coulinua In your Culiluet without euibarrarfsmaul 01 you, and an exM-aur of ni)aalf to the Just rriti. Ism of those who ara ami'iainted with my opinions on lha sulfjoi t. 1 thareJiira ilaeni il pnr t laudar my leeiguatlon of the cummiaaiou I now hold aa Secretary uf the 1 rt-asury hi take aff I when my auuuaaaur shall be apfsdlited and inaliAl. In d ilng ao, 1 avail myself ol the oucaaiuii to nlfvr you tha aasuraii. iw of IhehWh rea4itiind reganl wlilili,ieraotuilly, I autertaiu lor you, ami witli whiih I have the bum to be, your friend end oliedinil aervaut, Pniur t. Tuoaua Tun FanioaaT. 1 WaMiiauroN, Jan. 11, 151. Mf Paaa Si I have raieived )our latter of yea terdny, realgnlng the 1 th. a of Setridary of 1) e fraaa. ury, hi bike otli. I when your au oiaaor shall be ap. polutrd sivl nuallfiid Iverymu.n reirret that elreumatancea. In your opiwot , nave ren.ire.i inia uaiasaary. wituoui ai. verting to theaa, I am haiipy b stale, la aoieiding four reHtgnatlon, that during tba brief iertod you ava La J thie Important ifuoa, Itadutiaa havelanut d'ai liargeil lu a tuaiuier highly aatlabalia-y bi my. lng tha brief iertod you sell. Vf isuing you uaaiio, pnaqairliy a.14 baiilaai I remain, vary respautfully, your frlaiut, JAMEH UUCUANAN. Tut Lion, rrnu F, Tnouu. Herder CMy Tlew. Th St. Ixiuls .NVirs, in an artlcla upon coea clon, thusXireesesitl views I For isiraelvea, lairaiaially, wa lake this opportunity to rrptal what wa huve before said, In behalf of tha ynng Avs, that rissiguiaUig uo tiecaaait, for des troying lha I uion lur auy raiuue Ibat now exist least ol all for lha aleitiou of Mr, LtaooLN aa 1'reaU dent, while be and bla rty ara oner vnt million Meg In f A wmnVy wo shad atand by lha I' uion, aa the grtalw I and beat govomruenl lathe world, aa baig ae it has a flag and a friend bi utdiold 11. We may add, aa fully expveeaiug uur view of th. duty of In general tlovennueiil, that wa ooliaride with the ieiiutilfnin in sndorsliul th collection of revenue ou vosnele outalds of aoulhe n iiorla, or eloain those pot la albigrlber, If II cannot ba Ibuaool linta I ieavfully ami effloleidly. The Uoveniment at Waahingbiii cannot do less than thla, without perjury end treason to lbs Cuudduliou and laws It waa uei auu cuaru.ea 10 upuuia. Tha laws wuiaf b upheld and enforced. uphe.d and eulnrced, until tba govenansnt iiitual ennaatd, dlaaolved. II It cannot be Is, by dlswaved ba mutual eonaeol, and South Carolliat and Uhea sarediru states lefus to wall f"T eOtirts to reuoiMola diff reiaea or to aeairats without war, upon tkrir torn kradt be f A aVon lAul laiuaends. A war prttipitatii by tkein against lha federal government can uily and la th ruin of th Boulh, and th iiwt. maid uf Jus-rots ou her soil Ibat lb pau ol hlabvy will eLudder to record. Tba mate ef F.lauad. Tli following Utter from 8t. Petersburg, dated December 21, announce that considerable excitement prevails among the population of au. cirnt Poland I Tlie Government her Is much occupied with the dbpatfhea lately received, which announce considerable excitement among tb copulation of tb Mve province of Turkey ina of Austria. Tb reform ami tho concession! mad to tb Hungarians by tb Austrian Government bar produced considerable excitsmant among tb Poles. Tbey In turn demand tb restoration of ill their national rights. Th patriot! of I'onen assembled at th hotel of tb Ilaiar raised their vole it tba torab of their representative, Count Pptuowkiii, In order to git e a significant mark of their eateeu to tbeir deputies to th Chamberi it ilerlio. Symptoms iiui load significant ir re. maiked at Cracow, whlih wis delivered up to Austria bv Nn rolas. The ism feeling ll eh. served throughout (Ullicaa, Too newspaper! published in the kll-gdom of Poland properly 10 called lare not mention I word of what ll go ing forward but the iWnce of th nobility at Wilna ind it Warsaw during th Emperor ALrxANurn ' visit, render ill dlacutalon unne cessary aa to the feeling which animates tb poptiUtioo of that unfortunate conn try. Hlavrry la ta. Draxlla. Th following lntcreetlng luttlllgeoc relate to arTalri in th. Uratils n to slavery. A bill has reotntly bean introduoe.1 in the Senate for th amelioration ef the condition of th. slave, . which, after considerable dlecusslon ind altera tion, wai passed a follow! 1 All aalea of slave br public cry or In pablio vUw ir prohibited. OommercUl auction! of alave ire proLlhlted nn der peoalty of auch ill being null, ind I Una of from )1V0 to W0 on th auctioneer for vry tUv sold at luctlon. Th Judicial forma, o tt natura of ei.ee uUo for; difUloti t lUara S inning lirlrg, will I fnjhatltntrd liT writlao pro. piwilii xhlih (hrJiHfTa hU raootir from thl Vi r.dora fi r the apace ef thirty day, the Judges innonnclrg by a lverilment tho names, ages, profeaslonr, valuations, ai d other characteristic! . a a .a . a. .a. ef th slave they mar have for sale. At th end of tliat prrlou of thirty dayi of Judicial plc licallon, the judge snail nav in anver t re new the publication for mother similar pcrlf, by publishing lb proposals in open court, if th prices rffrrecl be ineigiiilliapt, or old-ctvd tn by the heirs or creditors, who mar require olidi cation at a bigbrr prli. Si. ftii vmhA Mur TA, who Introduced tills bill, proposed also that a man ami wife shnuld not b separated, nor children under a certain ag said away from their parents, according to toe ancient law of Franc and Spain for thognvarumeut of the Colo nice, which law la still in fort. iu Cuba; but the claim wrr rejneted. Neve ZeeUaod Mteel. I Ever sine the settlement of New Zealand by European, their atteutlon hal been daily called to tho pecullarltli of kind of metallic land , A. , mi j 1. .1. along tho alioroa. fbll sand ha the appoarane of ftnc steil tilings, and IT a mtgnet b droppnl usm It, and taken up again, the Instrument will ' found thhkly coaled with the iron graouln. The place where tlie sand aUmnds is along the base of an extimt volcano, and extends several '.r' ' .UfAll ill, TVlt.1114 r ll-ll iTi-,ai mile along the coast, to the depth of many feet, and hitting a rorrcepoiidin breadth. Hi geo- li glial siioMtiou la llnl Ililsgrauuuted metal has born thrown out if the volcano nlonjr the b.s,' of wliuli it rests Into the sot, and there pul- ried. It b.s Ui n baiknlutKin for long tune in it pi logical curiosity, cviu to tho extent of trilnt to sm.lt somu'of it, but, although so iiintiy vc.irs bate plowed simo il discotrvy, ll Is 1 tilt recently llinl ant ullimpt hi Ueu miule to Turn it to a pratllciil iniount; In fart, the qusiilily is so lirgn lint (aiiple Iheri' I ked tiv 011 11 na titbrlv valueless. It fwrtmd 11 standing iitnpbiitit in tbolcltirs of all emigrants, tint win n the sea brei re whs it lit tie tip, they were 1 1 ligisl to wonr vnla to put ml In m blinded by tl i' lino aand will' li stroll I"' 1 for miles along tlio it ore. Captain Mi rslicml, gonthniiii in thn Vm -I of I'.nlind, uiis so mm h impreaat,! with its value, tint be went In Now Zealand to verify tl'u npi rls, and ws. fortunnle noukh to full tin in nil rorroi t. He -iiulinl th,. urn iirst in a 1 1111 illc, mid sutaiiiniiilj in .1 furnace, the rew -nlls wire ao siti-dailt rt , 111 it he Inimediately ol taliud the iwriaaary grant of tliesunl from Iho liivirnmcnl, ninl'mluriMil to Luluid with act 1 ral Ions for more colli lusl veexpi nuienls. Il ban ls 11 lare'nllv analtnsl bi mm ral well known metallurgist, and has iVoii pmuounced to l Ihu purest ore at present known; itmntains bH'liiif srnx)deof Iron, II l.lnfuxyiln of tit iinium, with silica, nnd only I i of w isln in lis) p rts. Taking tin1 stnd ns'lt lies on the la-ath and smilling it, the produce la bl t r tent, of iron, of iho very linest qualitj, and, ugiiin, if , , : i , ,, . , ' this solid Iwauljciteil to what U tall.il the ce- 1111 ntrntlnn lirotee. the result is tough, Arab das. steel, w Inch, in ila projirrth'S, seems to surpass any other description of that metal at present known. 'I he investigations of metallur gical ai iciii e have found th.it if titanium la mlx td with Irun, Ihniluiraitir uf tho slul la inaba. rlully Imjirovrdi but, titanium licing a scarce ore, suih amixlurn Is Ion cxpi nslve for oritlnary purpoms. Here, howrter, nature has sleptavt iu, and made free gift of both metals on the largest stnle. To ffiva some idea of the uiunesa of tbla twuullful sand, it will Iat enough to say tluit it passes readily through a gauze alev of 4 91)0 JJei ut Intcrttli'ea to the square Inch. The Steel I1( luan lapmail IntA m-m awiaausL aba war al (uih. lJ; 3;7;,7" "Vl5.rrw;.n7nt? i.. and th. 1 liKwnca of th grain, tlie fineoea of pol Isli, and keenness of edge placo it in th very foremost rank almost in th position of 1 new tuctal. Homasilk-cuttlng tools h been made, nd so admirably have they turned out, that on particular firm will in future have no ethers. In the surgical Instruments th lg( bar been examined by the microscope, and have stood tb teat In keeping tho superiority. It la stated to imaacss (wxutiar oil vantages for gun-barrels, and liuriug-cultera for ordnance purpos. a. Al far ai Is at present known of this extraordinary nMtal, ll bid fair to claim all th finer classes of cutlery and edge-tool Instrument! to Itsilf, so well has everything mad from It turned out. An official x pi rimenl la exia ted to be mada at mm of th (Internment establishment shortly, ind it ll al so intended to forgo aumo chalu can es, anchors, & ., In order to fully tot forth Its gieat superior iiy. How Tbry lUlae the Wind. Among the items of news from Charleston, flouting around loose in accession rirtlea here, la n story that the Honorable Wl. Aixrw has been iinido to "disgorg In lid of the cauae. much ngaiiist his will," aa follows: lie waa nutilled I list be waa expected to advance forty thiusaud dollars to that Hid, and pleud hU right to d Minio or not, as he might t'lejjej adding tlut h lid not hate the money, ll was then prompt. Iv nolilml that ha had been sssessol that amount and must prompllv piy it, unbr pen ally of having it raised by the immediate conll. ral'lon and sale of hia propirlv in Charleston, worth niiiiiy times ai mm li. To save tlut front niter destruction, be did raise the amount de manded, ami in pai lng It rem irked that bis lot would be lietter If be waa a Journej man rarpen tir at the North shoving ajack pLtne at fi per hi) wages, than Ibe Houlh Caroliiu millionaire Iih was licfore it waa essayed to radut tho South undi r military despotism. II la now "an of t he auaia clod," Ids ourse in rufusing to seem to lie pleased with paying the forced loan having earned him tho ditngeroua rrputalbn of being disj fTetted to the cause. Prep.rtl.a f Profeaaiera ef Itellgloa In Ike I'altrd PXalrai. ' In the year 17M) the proportion of lha population to tho members of the cvangillcal churched wa thirteen toon. In 177E, before th commencement of tha revolutionary war, when the entire popu. lation wis ihout 3,1 OO.uOo, on to aixlouu wu couueated with the churches. From the couv mencament of the wsr to 1792, th whole coun try waa convulsed, and tlie numlmr of rofessori t the litter period to tha entire p'pulation was one to eighteen. la ldOO the population wa &,o0u,9in, ind br rsaaon of thn growth of French Infidelity end lnltarianlsm the same proportion waa preserved. Alsiut the year ItSIXI axtentlv aud powerful revivals took Jace, andmultitn lea were gathered Into tha church. This waa sm felt, and in 125, the populitlon being 10, WW nH one out of fourteen wa a professor of religion In 18M. th 'poiulatlou being then ahou 20,000,000, we have one idofeasor of religion to all ind three-eighth. Within th last five years tb accession! bay been ao graat that lb churih member! now number on to liv and half uf th eutlr population. Th. Uovaraar ParcUn far IMS. Tb Oovemor' report on pardon reprieve and commutations, mad. to th. legislature, 111 compliance with th. requirements of the Constitution, show! that during the year 1810 ha granted sevinty-aigbt unconditional par- dona, and commuted fourteen sentences. Th totsl tint for which then, person wer een tenced to prison amount to four hundred and furty-fiv year! I th amount of time commuted and pardoned I two hundred and forty-four vears. Then persona wsr convicted al fol Iowa 1 Murder, 3 Infamoua outrage, 'l fault with intent to commit au lufamoua out rage. : forerrr. Hi counterfeit money, 4i as sault with intent to kill. 4 1 assault and bat tery, 11 manslaughter, Is highway robbery, J 1 1 rubbery, 7 s public lutoxlcitiuu, 'i violation 1 of axclsa law. 1 burglary, 10; raise pretence, 1 1 idmlnisteriug mlsou with intent to kill, 1 j bigamy, 1 receiving stolen gowla, 6 grind lar ceny, IS petit larcuny, 6 aaalatlng to break J"t 1. A Deal Kb... Tb King of Sardinia, says Aimzakdeh Do MAI, looks lik a man 46 years of ag, frank, vlgcroos and sincer an early riser and keen sportsman with dog and guu. 11 makes light breakfast, whlih be esks stsmliug, but makra t hearty dinner, laying laid ill icremonr. Pun day la lb day of general retepllon, when all may enter from 11 till S o'thxki but If any ou dooiresi private audience, he mutt aaly for il by letter, ind be will obtain It in I day or two, for Victok Emarcki. open all bit totter! him elf. t , One day when the king wis out shooting, a peasant, to whom ba waa unknown, but wh. ad. mired bia rk 11, offered him two mutt (til) to rid him of i fox that infested bil land, "Agreed," aid the king. "I will com tomorrow with my dog ind f boot It." True W bis word, h shot th fox tlie next day, ind receiving his money, tosl it in his hands saying, "Thla ll th tint monev I have earned i it ll a pleaiar to recelv it." 'Tb next day hit majesty, in return for th money, sent soma v.ilaibl presents to th pea sant's wife. Victob Eauavaxli easy U accesa, b goe oat ilone, ind ntr th theatre by tha public door. On day th portreea of th. Ingen ue theatre caught a gwthtmin puffing aegar amok in her cat face. Ruining to th. reecu. of har fawewlta. aha eauoht tha tormentor br th. am and, on hi turning round, rsoogaiioi ttwj kJug. U- N. PRICE ONE CENT l.'aanatVU Ifaaalha, Acorrerponblt of the Rwtnn formal wrlleg from Pimbrrka, klsaa., a fidlowsi Jtrm of the Houlkarn Democratic popers have aaarrtod that negro blood tonrmi In th rein of Vice-President IIamMX, an I oilers that h de rrendnl frcrri Amu A IUwfr( aal intimat that Ar-nrrA, hia narrto might imply, wai a negro. Ki.KAirn Hamu.v, on earlv n.ttlcr tT this town, wai the father of nine children, whose name ire cntorrd npon tl town lonrds ef Pemliroke, among whom wer Asia IIavu", Imrn ".March, ya ih day, A. II. Kil)" Amii't Hamlin, lawn "January ya 2d day, A. I. J738" Ecmn k Hamux, born "CuremVr y. Wih day, A. D. irSJr, Awrsi.'t Hamun, born 'October ye JOth day, A. I. 17l." Errxriit Hamiii wa a whit mm, hi wife, Lima, wai a whit woman, and their children wer ef purs blond. If hcM prominent position In th. (own of Pembroke, end wo a incmiwr t f th committee of correspondence which the revo lutionary time uf 1776 dcmandoit. Habwtaatlail rregrear. A bill has passed the House to Incorporate a college st Pooglikeepaie, axrlaslvely fur yoonf women. It is to l endowed to tlie amount of frlnOOOO by Mr. VAaaAKia that plain, and will take its name from him. It la Intended to make) it very di IT, rent affair front the ordinary loardtng si haul, and lo furnish lilt every fa- ciiiit ivr a more complete ami roiiaal luallon than Is now within the notch of women. Th. elsseli s and Scbncna will I taught lu tb rigid college mrtloKls, end no respmt will bo pail to the notion that tin re is a s,. in mind, Kclurncd frem the Koatb. A ) oting man named At mttrii. a nejdiew of Dr. Ai.ihih n, nrrli.il In llili iliv last Moiidavun ru ing fiom Knsnnih, lla., whith tJica h6 left In avoid cons rilloniiihamilitii. ller-Hirt thai the (IrorjHnua are it iiislliug every one betwueu 1(1 ntxl 60 vears X ac;e to Imar anna. He also rn. ports that tin' mie.iiiiiisa are those who htva noprosrl) lull.. 'Ibe men hints an 1 thoo iHWM'Ssed uf renl elate are very gem rnllv in favor i f Iho tTn ou, I lit the mad-csp bran llheui as aliolilioiii-la nn.1 traitors if Ibvy glie expres. slon to their ho, ally and patruitina. hill Ritrr Nr'S. Criminal. A iiiki iir TwKiriHiMt It In prison at Mor gaulown, Vs., wlmhis Isimne hopihwly Inuiio from Iih rdiiiule ue of tobscco, AiltMl iik liHir-l'tnslii New Orletna, have altaike.1 a lirge numls-r of ieraoiui rcnllj. liny eilliirgag, strip, an I lla their victims, or else garrotte I hem. None hate linen arrested. TllHIT TlH 111 IIIIIHWAV HlMUIKHUIHt.a UV laM-n t mulcted at Ibwloiii Ibov kn.sk.il down rnrA T. PkTtiiMii on the nihht of the 2ml. ami robU-d In r of In r lunid an I shn I. A AM or huriKti iiiminKA nisla an un provoked atlaik on two toung men at Si. ltuis, en Salurdav iiIkIiIi I key atsMmd Stwrrt. IltttART eight times In the breast aisl ebodn meit he cannot recover. Akkiilt iinwuivii wnttlv, drunk lu tho street, was arrested in St. l-ouil on Mim lay eve ning, shooting and singing like 1 freed school boy. On In r pi rsoa were found til J In gold, and viluibl Jewelry iho li highly educaUd, speaking several languages. A rn uw wni wto atorr it Troy, on rtaturdav etrnlng, ind reqoesto.1 to bar his cip tilled with molaasea, is it was for a wageri when the full cap was liondsd to him, be complained that it waa mustn when th grocer went to smell It, th thief daahod it In bis face rendering him blind, and then robbed the till of ffl. A MOTUia, at Kim Hrarrn, hattta; contrast ed a marriage engagement for her daugldrr, the young lady nllghind her troth to auothar ( La eloping nn Wednesday afternoon, llie fell into ber mother's arm at thegaUi Ilea lover pro, (rated too old lady, aud was soon uiarriott it tlw llunlciial office. Biooai have net ciMR ao nAitiKit, at Hart ford, Ct., that bullet are afraid to remain at home, alone, t)u Tuesday, a stalwart felkiw entered a bouse and demanded money tha lady offorol him food) he retorted with th. vilest language, took a portemoonalafromtktiiuuitelpwoeaiul de camped the lady calUI, as If for ber husband, aud th fellow threw down hia booty. A German hutciiiu MtT a MnTOR fellow countrjiuan in the street, t Toronto, on lion. day. and asked for his money; lb. money wa paid and th bull her promptly pummelled. The butcher went home, and related tho grletance to hi frau; tho rx-debtor axon eiitoml the shop, nd before he hid time to leave, the wife slabbed blin In tlw fare, and hack, with the kuifesh. ws cutting moat with. Piiru'' nAMK At Oipiiwko, III., wu entere.1 on New Year' ulgbt, tho aafa openod and rob bed of 10.000. Suspicion fell on a discharged clerk, named l.irrrf, and he waa arresto.1. He mad a ch in breast of lb whole matter, charg ing that, Instigated by hll father-in law, IlAKira, wbowoutout if the wiv In order to be able to prove in iitibi, he slot lb door key, look Ih vault key from its place, and commit, ted the robbery. IUhxk laowmr of the Eight House, kept by hit son and soivlii-law ; i.1,700 were soiurcl there, hidden by Lnntf in Ike cellar, and !"0 recoveretl in a field on hit falher'a farm, where it bad Ikdii buried. Iu a stove, frairnienta of 1000 um urrent money, burnt by 111 hi km, were discovered. Old lltuii-ji wu strongly suspected of l.'lng coniincle.1 with) mail loblnry some tear slme. A acoixunn, caiiimi imisr.ir Wat. C. SiiKinr, wrote some time ago to th. principal of th Oonesaoe Wesleyiu .S. miliary it Lima, requiring a governess at Lexington, Ky, a young lady wis axles tul, the acimit cinie on, and waited to take the ladv home with him, via New York, llcmg short of funds, he Induced th school princll to certify that h waa Wh. C. Siixlbt, " the rii h Ixlmrton latnker," aud by tbla meant got th Bank of IJuit to cash a draft drawn by a Chicago house on anolhnr In New York, aud on Monday a letter wu received from tha young Inly that she wu ut with nm. friend, nd tlut Sutl ut with her baggag wu mlasiug 1 sjb th. same day, th lUnk of Lima bad Uaa dJJBft raturiicd. Tlie scamp U of Anwr iaMHsaWawVut tblrty.flv. years of age, under silV, Tlaik hair ind whiskers, move with a shambling walk, If a long timo used to gyre or shackles. II. uia a commercial education, U well rned on current topic, and talks aliout I ank and stocks u if ha own half uf the indi of th whvl country. Calamities. A Tocnu oiKi. it viuouotr hrai.tii rapturoil a blood vessel at Hartford, Ct., on Thursday xthtlming, "Oht mr bond," tho fell and x plred. Tha blood had sutTusoil ou lb briln. ElKVEK 1'rilAOSlg irAVK llHOEKKTIima l.xoi by slipping upon th. sidiwalk it Troy, tbli winter ; It Is singular that ill wer left lags, ind ill broken a few inch ibov. the aukl. A IITTK oiri. MiorrEO A itx ExaSEL in hereir.it Jariey City, several weeks ago; It sprouted a fsw day since, and i surgeon wu called in ind rauioved It, Tba child la Uttl deaf. Mis Oil MORI WAI IIVTAETLT EILUtU by vent r lng too near a revolving shaft, at a dour mill at Fort Atkinson, Wis., on Saturday. Sti wu whirled round with frightful velocity, and when th machinery wai Hopped, bar remain wtr taken out a shaiwleae uusa. AtlTTIEOIEl, MMT lirR BAI.AM'K ind fall Uikwsnls over Ibe bridge at Mitchell. C. W., last we. k ; ilthough she Inmblod 20 feet, Hid th water waa only a foot deep, tb bottom cov. red with boul lirs. ber ha.pt exptnded and let ber down so gently that aiie wu only slightly bru'iAsl. Bnalnosa Items, Tiik Fma Dxi'iUTMRiiT of Daltlmore, Hi., last year coat JO,73. 'lllKUK ARK II TARIRBIKI IK 8ATTA Caoa tV!rrr, Cal., employing Afty men, lud pro ducing 40,000 sides of leather per annum. Tiik receuti or the Uihtrd State Colo, nization Hoc iktt Us I year, from all sources, wu $14,3(13, Tim KxroRT or stave front New Orleini to Europe li steadily Lncrwjlng, while few or none come to northern porta. During lha flacal quarter ending 1st Inst., l,0M,4Mwers exported from that city to Europe, ind only Ml, 1 61 to tb northern rU in th United SUtes. Tii fiiokict or tiik wheat rRcir, last rur, In six northwestern sUte wu 04,000,000 bush, ell Illinois and Wisconsin, 5,600,6o0 each) IndUna, 16,000,000; Miihigan, li.OOO.OOO; Iowa, 10,000,000 1 Mlnneaota, b000,000. Tb whole grtin crop of Illinois la lftbl ll Mtimatad il 101 bushel to each Inhabitant. Boisntiflo Items, Thj rjHikaoAi. actios or salt caus inow to duy.ppear ripldljn In melting it extract! heat from 4ythLig which It toucha. People walk lfl, therefore, orar Ih. urud ildawilk, get Vital of tbd Wit upon UsOU foS 81 UW atfVTESxOP ilDTX&TISma. i TaaXJDl iMjaaj w JLDTAX0B. .a tZ.ViM ruL - -. m. aZallT-'.TJ:? JVTT . 1 J sPP ' " W aaeaai.wt wsartasa ! aj ajtaTJaT Isawafc IM Mfall IH IIIMH I flrflMl dalaaafl ITZTt."! -W - ...-a,ta, .,,, JWpanr-at - - - bcrmd Inte-aely gold, and endbtg gerierillf' I eolda, cough, cotilrrptlofl and deilt rf r n- f U2m " W"M ' H flaliM rally Issmed tfm atid Into ajiatd laather. fa llutntio- .f U fact thaVf&jSSf-g.S stances cenfmandt of th- 1? rf IjmiIi lasdher, Ir. jVuu CiarTiilSlaJ'lt tb. French Aclemr of &U!ffTJi md of th Untied akin of b-onatrtaW The UtrodiMtin) of tba sUn of ttelaErtav verteUata Into trail wu IdToeitV h la Acadenvy. roTeiga lteatt Tn eorr or rnn CamitAjr wAUaiatai hv been )2o0.000.0U0. A TOOMO WOMtV, C'LARLaai WAEIwr, raa, eently coaimltted auidde, In Blineillea rraoeav Imined aha hid lost her beauty by tb. gataaU pt. An RirLoejorr or oai, it Derrr, rVMaaaC; last month, blew out th window, awieahad Ifcai furnitoni, and cracked th walla. Neon, waa hurt, bat tb mother ind eight children war carried out of th Rouse, almost sufToctted. IIcromri rroxr rrrciTWR n.r.maof thai Ifflrre palac it iloreran oa tlie night of thelTtal alt., mid carried off (200.000 worth of Jew. Ilulky articles which they could not carry im )tiat aaanlnnlei t.aaoaVaa WW mr nauiiiHir kivnr ""Tim Orasd Don CoiarATnua ha, saoagr other taioga, decides) that hoy of all cliaeeae? auciclymay enter tho Russian rwval 111100111 hllhi no, like the military i-hcx.la, they wer rw aervnl to Ih son of noble. On loving the rstntilishmi-cts pupils attain the grad of OlBcer. A ukai I r lit t.Rt diHir s, In Paris, hat sab. gage the xr riiis of several well dreaaed ladiet), who primrnad.i nant his stare, and whun thegr ii4-e ny Ldy baking Into llie window, two of them sunw(h and exclaim, "Oh, lan't K rwnt!"i.r "How ilicup' -lt us go la and bear il " , 'I iik im in r-t)rrr or Natim mat a, I hntngtai li of herself lit 1 military ilroaa, with at tan, vet, full Irou-ers, hl.h Uaiis ami sword it aide, lo lb wife of the trench. Admiral whoa prcstinoat 0iu.t lis alone enabled Krancl U. lo prolong a hmieteM coo tost until now. That Fmpri as Kngi tiiit having sivn and gittly adiair- I I bl pbotograih. Ilia young Queen lu Mat her Majesty a eopy of it, iiignif)iimtrr franasd. An avium una attemit at mnrder and rvew Kery was . rtetrated it Ihibllii on th 27th alt. A young man want to clothing atora, and or dered a lot of things to Im sent to an addraaa wlnin they would l paid for. The porter took th giants to the address, met th fallow a staiiin. waa iimuctsi to enter, and wu at inmiiuoi; alter lining urea at uia porter anurdmr'a ilii.,r Iw.mhi l.k. s.ik ... him loose his hold, he then damped'. Ua atw ainiiiiiig toe 1 iace,tn 11011c 1. al a 0irrSazr In the stable. A ruon woman lit Noaroi.E, Pun isaay died recently from tho rfT.'cta of a fill at btaa Inquest the husliand gave the following evideaoa) of their srmimtarvatinnt ' She bed not -U lent fiHsl for th 1 1st two month. I have aaat Iven able to buy a low id meat for th last months ; In fad, I had not bread enough for nay si If, my wife, ind my six: children. I hivsofkea gone to work without any food, u Ldid not Uka tn take It from th poor cluMren. In ii- n of my not having money to buy sufficient bread. 1 had incurred debt of 10s. for bread and floor. A RcaslA FtmiTtovARY, of high rank, of St. Petersburg, who haa taken a Tory utlv part ba IrlngJng alout Ihu emancipation of the serfs, aaat I well known for th liberality of hia opiiUv received a few week sine a large packet, care fully sealed, containing share lr theRuaaiaa stocks to tli valu of 60 000 ruublea, and aaa inonymoui Utter iri lng hint to accept th ia from ou who rasisactad and admired bin for wax) aanfnent aervlces b had rendered to tb. eotUaTIJV nd especially to tb caus of emancipation. ut rlih," said th wrlttr, "wlareaa your priralat lntreta have aatfered from your devotion te thai public weal. Do not scruple to accept, ftfh sake of your children, th gift IonVryoa, Taa will learn my nam. whan I am dead, aad msi will probably learn It soon, for I im already tllj Th Emperor decided, that there wu no rtssaxt why 1 gift 10 dellcitely offered should be refuaad. LivrriH)Lis A sxi orar ITaw Yoaut la Msi n tlve commercial character. In It xtraal there Is nothing to remlnd'yoa that it I a fata. aign city. You ire constantly reminded of DeaV tou and PhlUdelphia. It rcsaanhle tbom mar) than Jfcw Tork. Th houses in th latet streela ire stuccoed, ind hire liniahings of th light) grey sandstone, so common In England aaa. there, in all town when hltumlnoui ooai ksj uxil th usual fuel, thai whole town seal a smoky and dark appearance). In their hadat amngeinenta, however, tliey hav nothing b common with ua ; no public littlng room, a public parlor, no public or common table. j public eating Mom, caHed th eoffoe-room. Id It led up Iik a refei U.ry, with little table spraaA fur one or two persons, ind her th singl gam th men take their nwala, each at such hour u ha r 'leases. A gentleman with tidiei must hire) ila slttinir-room aa well I hadrnoms. ind haa weals sre serve.! In his slttlnaMwm, with sa. fiaal ind drink u In choose to order, and sui b time is suit hi convenience. The hoii at mm h smaller than ours, hv much, laae ra. tenslon In spsrsnce, anil th cxpenae I. wnistat th traveler la aahieiHad are about twin u Btak as with us in hotels of sinulir grade. DU-Mllaneons Items. An Irisii ArroRRar say nonrlntsri publish death unless (pprlsed of tbo fact tsf the J arty doceaae.1. A ohiaktio afDUC, 20 hinds high, (S feat S im bee) which haa raver Iwea htrneaaed. Is at a menagerie at Philadelphia. II wu brad hay jAtm lb, son of the Ut Hoar Clat. HlKCK TIIK I AST rrRAOg WAI KILLKD oa tfa llaltimoraand Ohio Railroad, eight year 4.G73.S16 persoui hiv trrll4 over tho Mia safely. A scirrasiosj BRirxiRlSJl rut Load, 1 I Eoru SOU feet dern, I being built on tn I ville ind Ixingtou U. U. by th builder of taa Niagir lolls bridge. On. wxua, tn the western part of Pennawf vsuia, were Known te tne Drneca imiiani an than i hundred yean ago, ind by settlor! la t rialt7U go. la. J. A. II. Euji, of Hpringfleld, Tt., I ihilsnlhroi.ic tab manufacturer, haa letelr tal um i'lve Point' children from Now Tork, aaat plated tbcm in hit own family. II propaasa msklnggood members of soclstyof them, aaa. devotee much attention to thalr oducitioa. Tiir PaVAiRii Do Chiu ririRi bring aka intelliirenc that Wlird'i Ic. Boat had OMaia a trial-trip with perfect succees. A ooa m th engine wu put In motion tb. boat Urttat,, and son attaine.1 spee.1 of twenty mile aab hour. It is tontemplated to make a trip Ireaa aTklrl du Chlen to 8k Paul La a fsw days. Tiik IliRTroRD, Or., chcrchu war eowaf ad from basenieut to th ix of th spir wltlt a trinslucent coat of Ic Ilk tbin sheet of griaad) glass, on Tuesday, giving th. buildings tb asa. pearance of silver. 1 be scene la child-started offsiry land, with adulies of silver, paart aaat consolidated light, wer brought palpably bta lb eye. The rf latwiain rROBLm hu irresUd matay fellow in hi rush throngh Old Babceck. itbmetlc, ly Its difUculty of solutlooai A laa la m tb mldat of a meadow, auivoa. Mada fast to stak by a tin frout bis none 1 low kaig must b. lb line that, faediug all miss. Will permit blmlo grass Just au acre of ground I , Th Uirrvlll, Tcxaa, rpre rolustM a olutloa u Wlows 1 Ir a vrj plain case. If y.ai'11 ooly auppua.w That Ira lust aavan fed bora his tail to bla nasal for th IliM will I than (th ml cannot tall) About seven fart leas than If tied to bla tal. An EOArEi wild oat hu taken up It aaa ter in th basement or I building at CincuiBaab awl rid It completely of rats. A few day sob 1 Oermin employed in the establiahimnt tl aW 0 nobU a cit ought t hiv I companion, aa! thereupon carried in ordininr spaclmea of m fellnrac.ofhiownto the factory on. iJckt and placed it In the room wjth tba other, lttts morning b went lo tbe building airly, U" how they hid beoum frwuda, whaa ghntk) sight met bis vision. After staring it th caat pUcint wild cat for a moment, b ehouk hid aal and ludlgnantly excLsimed t " Yon uglr ntal atr, der 1 noting; left but i head 'nd tall.' Tux mihbrm or the Metiiodiit cHvacai I Groea street, Phil., while taking np th. anaai collection for mlsaiorui, on Sunday veu.ng. td Informed by gentleman In th gallery that tl mil member of tb choir had contributed M to constitute Major Audkrooji a lif. nvanvhaa' i th Mlaalooary thwletr. Tb ansatioa eaaag by thil annonncemtnt had scarcely osssad, wtw tb nun gentlenum said that tha ladle of U choir had ralaad another W to mak. Mis. M Jor Anderson a member. Th. rattrtotham ai rd uth. piatyed" tha church balna aVovtdKaa1 b, for the nietngaepsjatad,sufflciait mcaay w sui scribed to make Qen. aoorr. Vt. BafataaAl Oor. IIicm, Hx. Lrxcour, ual AiuiaMaJ STaTtuuii, llf nvotnberi ef Ua Wmmmf I ertf. aasoearroT ve.rOtJ IaTirn1awa. ttoaa bssida. saaWrAi ZJsS?-J,),JSl, A BtaaalaaMnaa "Tk a. J 'laaaq o 1 al -y;.d