25 Eylül 1848 Tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1

25 Eylül 1848 tarihli The New York Herald Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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I ; " , np jp|" " #ry* KO. 5227. TELEGRAPHIC. A R R I V A Ij OF THE STEAMSHIP ACADIA, AT BOSTON, I IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE FKOflt ALL PARTS OF EUROPE. ONE \fEEK LATER. STEAMSHIPS UNITED STATES AND HERMANN. THE 3MCAKZKBTS. Vile Lai est from Farlx?Important Acceptance ' by A nutria of tlic Mediation of Hngland and Kianre, for the Sell lenient of the Italian Question. J die. die. dec. i The steamship Acadia, Captain Stone, arrived I At lioMor at halt past five o'clock this morning. < She saih d from Liverpool on Saturday, the 9th i inst. 1 The steamship United States, Captain Hackstafl, left Cowe3 on Sunday, 3d inst., at 3 o'clock, t with eighty passengers, and a large cargo of fine J French goods. After proceeding as far as the 1 1 Scilly Islands, her condenser becume damaged, t and she was obliged to put back to Southampton. < It i3 stated that she will he at least some four j Or five weeks before she will be able to repair this < derangement of her machinery, and be again fit f r lursea. I j The chief portion of her passengers has left lier. 1 The Hermann, from New York, arrived ofl'the j Isle of Wight on the 4th instant, and, in conse- f quence of a thick fog, but whilst in charge of a pilot, got on shore in Gurnett Bay, near Cowes, on t the top of the tide, and, although the engines were l immediately reversed, it was found impossible to j get her off. A special steamer, waiting off Cowes < forthe mails, went to her assistance. A tug steamer ( was sent to relieve the ship, and the coals were discharged into lighters. This step was effectual, t and, at 3 P. M. on the same day, she floated, and 1 shortly after anchored in Cowes roads. Her coals were again put on board, and she again t proceeded on her voyage, without having, it is ] said, sustained any damage. The weather continues fine in Great Britain' ' ana ine grain uiaraei nns aecunea 10 almost the entire extent of the recent advance. The Queen, on the 5th inst., prorogued the two Houses in person, by a speech from the throne, recapitulating the chief events of the session, and immediately afterwards took her departure for Scotland. Ireland continues in a state of profound tranquility. The visit of Lord John Russell to Earl Clarendon, seems to furnish almost the only theme for speculation amongst the Irish politicians. The Premier landed at Kingston on the afternoon of the 1st inst., sad was received with a certain degree of lespect. Demonstrations of applause, or disapprobation, seem both to have tailed. In France, M. de Lamartine has published a pamphlet defending himself from the various charges ugainst him. Public opinion has so unequivocally found its way to the Assembly,that Gen.Cavaignac has been compelled to deny hist intention of suppressing the Constitulionnel. This journal and the Prate have now resumed their fierce attacks upon the government, ana me latter wages open war against the republic, in spite of Gen. Cavaignac's declaration that he will not allow the republic to be impeached. ' The approaching elections to fill the vacant ; Beats in the Assembly, begin to occupy public ( attention. Emile de Gerardin, the Orleanist, editor of the t Prtite, is a candidate with M. Delessert and Mar- i ahal Bugeaud. The latter, it is said, has refused t the command of the army. If an armed interven- 11 lion should take place in Italy, indeed, h? would not accept any command offered by General Ca- 4 vaignac. j The Buonapartists are moving both in Paris a and the departments, with a view to promote Prince Louis Napoleon's election to the presi- t dency. r Local disturbances in the Provinces continue to occur, chiefly arising from the obnoxious and ex- ] c traordinary tax of 46 cents, imposed by the Pro- I visional government. j 1 i On the 3d instant, the garrison of Paris and a 11 portion of the National Guard were reviewed on q the Boulevards, by General Cavaignac, who was i loudly cheered; between 70,000 and HO,000 were * under arms, of whom about 20,000 belonged to the t National Guards, only one battalion being called i, out from[each legion. Although the National Guard p Was invited to attend the review, in great force, It was found that not more than 300 men mustered ? from ench battalhon, and in one battailion the 1 number was under 260. This rebuke, proceeding 0 from such a body, has been keenly felt, and has 8 given serious uneasiness to the lieadjol thejgovern- t ment. ! ^ It is g ncrally understood that several causes of t dissatisfaction have led to this species of negative g demonstiution. 1 r The fi stand principal is the offensive expres. f pi( n used by Gen. Cavaignac against the legitamist C party, and particularly against some legions oi the National Guard, which, he affirmed, were conspi- t Xing aga nst the government. ! 5 The se< ond eause was that the government ah. | e ptained tu rn contradicting a report that was gene- r Tally tin Itited of the arrest of two high military ' r functionaries, understood to be (Jen. Lamorieiere, 1 minister (I war, and Gen. Chungarnier, command- t cr of the National Guard. The third cause assigned was the dissatisfaction ' '' produced by the distribution of ihe crosses of the j .Legion ol 1 lonor atnongst the legions of the Na- i tional Guard. 1 The Paris papers ol the 7th lust suite that, not. j r withstanding the appointment of Gen. Lamori- | dure to the ( Dinin iiiil ol the Army ol the Alps c iherc aiux i rs every prohahiliiv that peace will he , ' preserved. It a, , cn; that Gen. I. mi: r cifcre nnd M. Marie ! f have been eiideiivnriii^. l>y h tr,m-action with ? Odillon I' lrot, Born or, mi l other*, to form a y fution of o!l part es, 111 wlii li ih> y Inive not mucceeded. * It in Enid tli it the Sal im.in iimb.isMidor linn of" J frred the command fit fI. IV ilinonte-c mrny to (!cn. Brilt nn, who hn i f mi tunc t i eoneid'-r the 1 proposition. Should he r.tn??\ t>i>ea11on will be 1 trnule to (Ir n. I >rnelle. S The JlK:r V ' n 1 1 ... ; ; 11 M nicntbad rcci m>? <" t I r n lie, tint General Aupick, the Kr< noli immater plcnipoten- t E NE MOTE -L.TJL V_^ JL. V i tiary, presented his credentials to the Sultan, on the 26th ult. ThejVhft'otia/ Savnisicn, of the 4th instant, publishes u letter from Turin, of the 2nd instant, which states that the Austrian*,having imposed an extraordinary contribution of 400,000 florins (i)32,000) on the city of Parma, to be paid within four liourSj that sum being not forthcoming within the period stated, the Croats, according to custom, commenced pillaging the city. The inhabitants, however, encouraged by the patriotic defence of Bologna, rung the tocsin, and commenced a fearful battle, in which they were assisted by the women and children. They threw their furniture from the windows upon the heads of the Austrians, and the inhabitants of the country hurried to their as sistance, armed with their implements of husbandry. The result of the struggle had not been ascertained. It is said that a serious quarrel has arisen between Gens. Changurnier and Cavaignac, out of tli#> Hpflpftinn n f f NufiAnul fli?r? r. *U ~ ? i.iu?wnwi vumuo, at UIC review on Sunday last. General Cavaignac has ad" dressed a letter to Gen. Changarmer, in wlilch he laments the slender muster on tliut occasion in terms which seem to rellect upon the latter rather severely. M. Ledru Kollin is about to establish a new ournal, being dissatisfied with the Reforme, which, in conjunction with M. Flocon, he founded in 1X13. The editor in chief of the Reforme, the triend ol the late Godfroy Cavaignac, maintains a closer intimacy with the head of the government, ind is more influenced by him than M. Ledru If ollin approves of. Advices have been received from Hamburg to lie 6th instant. They state that the provisional 'overninent of the Duchies of Scheleswig and rlolstein, have refused to acknowledge the armisice lately concluded by Prussia, in the name of >f the Germanic confederation. The greatest ealousy of Prussia prevails amongst the demojratic party of the north of Germany, and it is eared that the exertions of that power to promote >eace will be rendered fruitless. The blockade of the Elbe, Weser, and Jahda las been raised since the 5th, and the Prussian >orts on the Baltic have also by this time become ree. The London papers of the 8th instant announce he important intelligence that the French governnent, on the 7th, received despatches from M. E. \.rago, the French Minister at Berlin, announcing jfficially that Austria had accepted tha joint meliation of France and England. We have just received positive intelligence of he landing of the four thousand French troops at i'enice. This news may be relied on. General Garibaldi, who has lately been forced >y the Austnans to fly from Italy, has arrived at Besan^on, on his way, it is thought, to Paris. The accounts from Italy and Rome, declare the whole country to be in & distracted and excited state. At Genoa, Leghorn, and Rome, tumults bad occurred, which were with difficulty suppressed. Financial and Commercial Intelligence. [From Willmer 8s Smith's Times, Sept. 0.] The continuance of fine weather which prevailed during the greater part of last week, and the temporary settlement of the dispute between Germany and Denmark.lias bad a very favorable effect upon trade iu general since the galling of the Europa. The produoe market* continue to be Tory liberally lupplled, and a* merchant* are deaireu* of realising prices had given way, particularly for tea and coffee. Cotton is very steady, and a fair amount of business is going forward; but prices cannot, it is said, be any higher. There is much less buoyancy in the grain trade, and prices hare receded considerably below those current >n the 2d inst. There is an improved feeling manifested in the trade or British manufactured iron, and prices are a point ligher than last week. The reports received from the manufacturing disricts are more encouraging. Orders for goods, suitable for exportation, have Increased, and higher prioes ire being paid for both ootton and woollen fabrics. There is no accumulation of stock, although the manuacturers are working with increased activity. For money there is a greater demand; but the rate of liscount continues at 2X to 3 per cent for prime billsThe stock market is pretty steady, and the prices of nost of our national, as well as the favorite Foreign ecurlties, are well maintained. Throughout the past week the demand for cotton, K>th for consumers and the exporters, has been steady, md sales each day amounted to nearly 6000 bales. At he close of yesterday's market, the Committee of Bro. ;ers declared the following prioes:? Fair Upland, 4,',d; fair Mobile, 4S'd; fair Orleans, v'od. Sales from 1st to 8th September are, 29,730 bales, of rhich 1,100 Amerloan were taken by speculators, and ,300 for export. The imports daring the same period xe, 23,600 bales, viz.: 11,364 from New Orleans; 4,174 rom Savannah; 2.203 from Charleston, and 785 from *Jew York. The estimated stock of cotton on hand at this port ontinues in excess of last year by abont 161,860 tales. Until there is more certainty respeetlng the tew crops of the United States, prices oannot be erected to advance to any extent beyond onr present notations. The prospects of the grain trade are not so active as eported a couple of weeks ago. The weather has been core favorablein most places throughout Knglandand he sister kingdoms, for harvest operations since our set issue, nnd the reports respecting the extent of the iotato disease less alarming. Our loading corn markets have been very seriously (lecteil thereby, consequently on Monday last at Mark .in? holders of corn who lnnir have, nndor fh? h.n., (nation of a continuance of rain, a deficient harvest nd necessarily arise in price, deficiently supplied the iiarkets, bad their aspirations very seriously blighted, nder these circumstances, wheat of home production iodines three to four shillings, and in some instances Ire shillings per quarter for old, whilst new was sold at i reduction of five to six shillings per quarter on the ates of the previous week. The highest prices realised br American was 4Hs to 05s , and for Canadian 46s to i3*. per quarter. Although the top prices of flour remain unaltered he seles were languid, and United States sweet sold at IMS. to 31s . and Canadian '48s. to 30s. Indian corn was in limited request, and holders acepted a decline of 2s. to 3s. per quarter, the current ates being 30s. to 38s. per quarter. The subsequent iiarkets held this wreck at Mark Lane, were dull and nnguid, and prices exhibited a still further endency o decline. At the Liverpool market, holders have readily ac spied lower prices, and can with difficulty effect sales n any branch of the trade except Indian oorn. which a in requert for nhipnieut to Ireland. \ rfterdny tlx very bet western canal flour changed miids at !12? to S4s., and ( nnadUn brought th? aaoin BtM. Our Oie-go\f account* represent the trade in that ily. ns I ing very dull, and n"to the price of t ntted * Itate* atd t'anad'an flour at H2?. to .13a . p-r lllfl witind* Tin. value of Indi in corn i* quoted nt 2')*. ' o Slll.f (i n':.n ler. and indian uo a! i? fVIlM at I'm. ' id. to Itif iiJ per barrel Soma f. a lota <>f Canadian ,nd United Stntea wheat have been fold in that niarlet at 21 to per 240 pounds. In ti e Cork market wo observe ttia Indian corn la ' elilotf of ,i ft* to 110 par ten. and Indian .ncal ' CO It f. to J'. 10 5< It ii at i an incafc mat'er to apcoulata a* to the fiture coer e el 11 < grain ira-> Tl era can bo but little ? lonht tba' i ti| pile fioir other c nutria* will be wanted 1 >n' not to the extt lit the ? imv exp nt and from 1 refelit M penralieea l in . v.M to it" m-abe. rulo *\ i>yl1 in like tt i famine rat o. 1 Irt 7. die u: j. it i ; ii ; iii Liverpool siac# ' lie iftinatant, ta r? ry limited, and comprise* only It K.t - 41 rr. "w \> . > .4- j-,. . W Y( NING EDITION?MON tierces of wheat. 2 barrels of pork. 39 boxes of bacon, 1440 boxes of cheese, and 1595 kag? of lard. This latter article hns been in rather brisk demand Sales to a large extent have been effected a' an advance of Is per cwt. Bacon is in sluggish request, but as holders are unwilling to irive wav. no chanira can he minteil in prices. Sellers bare caused the transactions in hams to be very limited, owing to their demanding higher prices, which have not been submitted to by buyers. The rates for smoked, or in canras. remaining at 23 a 38s. per cwt. ; and in casks, in salt, not smoked, 30 a 30s. Monet Market.?The money market continues easy, and business, to a fair extent, has been going forward in the Consol market. Friday, Sept. 8th.?The funds hare been rather firmer, owing to the Italian news, which counterbalances that respecting Denmark. Consols are 86J? to 86 for transfer, and 80'? to 86^ for account. Kxchequer bills 28s. to 31s. premium Bank stock 19C to 108. Paris Bourse, Thursday Sett. 7, 3 o'clock?The funds opened to-day at the closiug prices of yesterday, aDd continued Arm during the day. The coupon was detached from the & per conts to-day, wliioh accounts for the apparent fkll. They are actually twenty-five centimes higher than they wore yesterday. Bons du treior are at 22,t?' discount. Livertooi. Grain Market, Sept. 0.?Corn, 33s a 34s ; flour. 32s tid a 34s ; cotton uplands, 4>?<i ; Mobile, do ' Orleuns A '. <1 London Ghain Market. Sept. 8.?Corn, 30s to 38s; flour, 28s to 32s. [From the London Times, Sept. 0.] London Monet Market, Friday f.nkning, Sept. 8. ?In consequence of the removal of difficulties in the Schleswig-IIolstein affair, the English funds opened this morning with muoh heartiness; towards the close of the day, however, the statement in the French papers of the Frankfort Assembly having supported the Provisional Government of the Duch. ies, by rejecting the armistioe, was generally discredited, and a reaction consequently took place; the first quotation of consols was 86,3? to X, and they left off at 86 to X; for the account the last price was 86>i to yt. Bank stock closed at 196 to 197,1'i; reduced 3 per cents at 86,'i to >,*; three and quartei per cents, 86J| to 873#; India stock at 237 to 240; India bonds at 21s. to 24s. prem, and exchequer bills, Maroh, at 28s. to 31s., June, 22s. to 25s. prem. The return this week from the Bank of England, being for the week ending 2nd Sept., is of speoial importance, as embracing the accounts to be submitted to the meetinff which will hA hclrl. MUm An fKa oi?f Uef = v. iiuir., for the declaration of the half yearly dividend. The amount of nates in circulation is eighteen millions, ninety-eight thousand, seven hundred and ten pounds(?18,098.710)?being a decrease of ?20,170 The stock of bullion in both departments ?13,509,662? showing an increase of ?5999. when compared with the preceding return; the rest on the 4thJof March last was ?3,980,840, which after deducting ?509,356 for the dividend of 3,'4 per cent, and ?145,530 for the bonus of 1 per cent, left ?3.325,955. On the present occasion the rest is ?3 826,382; and 3)4 per cent deducted from this, would leave only ?3.317,027. It is obvious, therefore, that no bonus is to be anticipated. The Corn Market this morning was again steady, at previous rates Measrs. Baring's Circular. London, Friday, 8th Sept. 1848. A week of extremely fine weather has caused a ma* terial reduction in the prices of breadstuffs, but in the produce markets no improvement oan as yet be reported ; for, although within a few days there has been certainly more export demand for several articles, the home trade has continued to manifest great caution in purchasing, and, with few exceptions, prices have been barely maintained. We subjoin remarks in those articles in which transactions have oocurred. Trices of all other descriptions of produce remaining generally as last quoted. Ashes.?At public sale yesterday, 172 barrels were principally bought in, a few United States pearl selling at 32?. 8d. Brandy goesofftoa moderate extent at late rates, and the deliveries continue satisfactory. Coco a.?424 bags Trinidad, and 410 bags Grenada have been offered at auction ; a few lots only were sold >of each at 40s. a 44s. for the former, and 40s. a 43s. for the latter- -the remainder being held for full pricos. Cochineal.?185 bags have been put up for sale, and about half sold. Honduras black 4s. 6d.a 5s. 5d.; silver 3s. 8d. a 4s. 0d.; Mexican silver 3s. 8d. to 3s 9d.; black 4s. to 4s. 2d., being for Honduras black about 2d dearer. Coki f.e.?The home trade have purchased to a fair extent, and prioes of plantation sorts are pretty steady i but native Ceylon is dull, at 28s. ; and in Mocha, a reduction of 3 to 4s. has again taken place. Exporters have confined their purchases to colony Ceylon, at rather higher prices than our dealers are disposed to give. The result of the first sale which took place at Amsterdam on 4th inst., is not satisfactory. Of 286,991 bags offered, only 135,000 were taken, in the proportion of 17 a 18 cents for ordinary to good ordinary Java ; and a slight decline in colony sorts ; 208,182 bags were put up at Rotterdam, yesterday, but fix* vaniiIt will nnf Ka Irnnarn till > The Cottok Market does not improve, the daily demand at Liverpool being more than supplied by im. porters, and the tendency of prices continues in favor of the buyer. Our sales for the week comprise 2820 bales Surat, from 2s, a 3?4'd. ; and 200 Madras, at 3d a o,\d. At our Cork Market, on Monday, the supplies of farmers' wheat were large, principally of the new crop, and in somewhat improved condition. Owing to the brilliant weather, the trade was much depressed ; snd, though holders submitted to a reduction of rully 6s. per quarter, a good deal was left over. In loieign, little done ; but a similar reduction must have been submitted to, in order to effect sales. Barley and ?ats,ls. a 2s. cheaper. Beans dropped 2s. j and gray and white peas, from 6s. to 8s. per quarter. Indian corn was without enquiry on Wednesday. In the few trans, ictions which took place about Monday's prioes wer* realized, but the trade ruled heavily Tlie duty on wheat bos receded to 6s per quarter, equivalent to 3s. 7d a 3s Td. 6 ICths per barrel for flour. To-day, there was little doing in any description of grain, and pn oes were nominally as on Monday. Our nearest duty paid quotations are. United States red wheat 46s. to 50s. per imperial <|r.; white 60s to 55s. do. Flour 30s to 32s. per barrel, superfine best brands. Indian oorn 31s. to 32s per 480 lbs. Indian corn meal 15s. to 16s per barrel. Darns ? The public sales, yesterday, consisted almost intirely of second hand goods, of inferior quality, and ifford little criterion of the market. Oil of peppermint i ai the nnlv sTrpntlnn nf wKiph i.'i ? ... n(T....A I and about 30 found buyers at 8s. in tins, and 9s. in bottles. Quicksilver is held at 3s. 6d. per lb. Turkey opium 10s (>d. to lis. per lb. H*Mr.?New St. Petersburg, clean, ?31, from scale; old ?30 to ?39. as in quality. Manilla scarce, and brings ?37 to ?3S in retail. .lute ?18 to ?20, with buyers; to arrive at ?17 10s IIidk*.?There Is more doing in our leather market, and we are lirrner in consequence. New Vork salted hides are wanting, and would bring 2lHd. to 2'.?d. per pound. Irrnioo.?The quantity declared for tho sales to comme nee lOih proximo, now amounts to 0.000 chests, principally Ilengal and Oude Our supply from Madras has been, and is likely to continue, very small. Iron.?There is less demand, and pricees rather arier, say, British bar. .? "? li's. to ?0 lf>s.; rails, ?5 ICs. to ?0. both free on board in Wales. Scotch pig. i? about In lower, i-ay, 44?. to 45*. in the t lyde Seidiih. nominally .ft.' 11 I.am> in adv.'ini ln? gradually, and very ordintry American would, to day bring 42a. LintKi n Cakh have again improved ullphtly. best >blong, New Vork, in barrel*, .?!< 10a.; thick rnUtid. Uoi-ton and Now Orleans. ft'-i fin landed. On-. Wo have no change to notlnp in fi-di olJ< H ri i it tiiftinii K <jul?t, and the demand for onmtn n -mil inning animated Olive rawg?A t'r :n ?4i'> down n 142 per ton Iiinffod '12* (><J i'lilin flue, 81a tij. 6o? f"< crai nt, 4f>* to41?. ) oi I r rliol i o J n |,< <d d><nl. and i* eery dull. W i ; 1,1 , nl l.i'll 1 1 lid till. alt i.,; Ua to ' 4 li" ' t i i, ' m 1 J hli u lu 4i) )RK I DAY, SEPTEMBER 25, fur export, at 9m. fid , relatively a high price. Carolina still v? ry scarce. Saltpetre is firmer, at 24j. fid to 27*. for Bengal. Spelter i* offered freely at ?14 10a, Stock, 2800 ton*, and a large accession thereto shortly looked for. Spicks.?The saleH have been confined to 420 bags good clean Ilutavia pepper, at 2'.{ to 2*,', with a few packages of nutmegs and mace at former prices. Cassia lignea entirely wanting. Suoar.?'I'he demand from the trade has been moderate, and holders have been obliged to submit to some concession to effect sales of desoriptions adapted

forborne use. For export, again, good business has been doing, though to-day we are quieter for all but white Havana. The sales comprise 800 boxes Havana, floating, at 27s. Cd. for ordinary. The Tat.low market continues firm at 45a. 3d. to 4.r>H Cd., on the spot, and 45s. 3d. for the last three months of the year. Tin.?Our stock of foreign, on the 1st instant, was 354 tons, lianca is offered at 07s., free on board; In Holland Straits, white, nominal. Ti RPKnTinx.?New rough is held for 9s., floating. A parcel of old in store has been sold at 8s. Spirits ? We noticed a sale of American, in casks, at 39s. There are buyers of Knglish at 37s Cd. per cwt. Amkiii an Stocks.?We have no alteration to notice. Our Continental advices offer little of interest 7i?e I.ateat from tlic Continent of 10urope. [Krom the London Times, Sept. 0 ] The Paris papers of yesterday all but confirm our announcement in the Timet, that Austria had accepted the offered mediation of France and England. The ministry of the Grand Vicar of the Germanic empire, at Frankfort, resigned on the 5th inst., in consequence of the refusal of the Diet, by a majority of seventeen, to sanction the concluded ar- i mistice by Denmark with the King of Prussia. The Neapolitan fleet sailed on flie 3Ulh ult. for Sicily. The British squadron was still at Castellamare on the 31st. The cholera had reached Archangel. Much disturbance prevailed in the departments of France. Sblpplng Intelligence. Aberdeen, Aug 2?Sid Mercury, Charleston. Antwekt, 8ept U?Ait John Holland. llonderson, NOrleans; Elisha Denniaon, Seely, NYork; Aug .11, Lady Arabella, Glover, Ma tan ran; Rosooe, Rioker, NYork. Sept 5, sld llabetta, NYork; 4, Talisman, do. Brkmkriiaven, 8ept 1?81d J H Adama, Reimers, NYork; Aw 'M, Minna, do. Bremen, Aug 2H?Arr Time Icon, NBedforJ. Bei.east, Sept 1?Sld Constitution, N Vork. Cbonbtaut, Aug 21?Arr Walpole, Rioharcrton, NOrleans; 2*, Sld Merlin, W olah, PiYork; 29, Baltic, Allen, Boston; California, Wy burg and Bordeaux. CARnirr, Bopt 2?Sld Illen, NYork. Cork, Sept ti?Asof, Cook, N Vork; Corvo, Paine, do; Aug 31, Gleaner, Smith, and lloratio, Bautelle, from Havana for ifatnhitrff! Rant R Wnrl.l K.ur n.,.? I?. KV..H. . Ko.J Glasgow. C'owhs, S?pt 2?Arr Carlo Godd, NYork, for Rotterdam; 3, Oregon, Sprague, Havana. 7, aid Taranto, Thompson, (from llava na), Antwerp;Callao, Warren, (from Havana), Hamburg; Aug 30, Princeton, Reed, (from Matanzai), Petersburg. Cadiz, Aug 17?Arr Katharine, NOrleans; 19th, James Caakie, NOrleans; 20th, Bostonian, Mair, l,ondon; America, NYork; 23d, Kate Howe, do. The Argos of Jersey, sld hence 17th, was in contact on the night of the 2l)th, lot 2b, Ion 13, with the bark .Susan Bourse, of Boston for NYork. The Argo was abandoned on the 21st, in a sinking state, crew saved by the Swan, which arrived here to-day. Dead, Sept 4?Passed by, Hannah Thomson, from Cronitadt lor Bordeaux; Aug31, Pheonix, from Geffe, for NYork; Sept 7, Wenham, Wylie, ( from London), NYork. Dubdin, Sept 2?Sld 8cotia, NYork; Celeste, do. Dover, Aug 28?Off, Clio, from Hamburg, for NYork. Edsinore, Aug 30?Arr bark A<|uilla, Murphy, from Havana for Cronstad; 8ept 2, Southerner, Wybcrg, for Barcelona; 27, eld "Walter,"(from Cronstad), Rio Janeiro. Falmovth, Sept 1?Put in bark Ilia Frances, lsley, from Antwerp for NYork, Tor water, and sld 5th for destination. 2. Mariot ta, Dennison, Matansas; Passed by 2d, brig Carlo, from NYork for Rotterdam. Fi.i'shinu Roads, Sept 6?Sld Luconia, Hamilton, NYork. Fay ad, Aug 23?Arr Marshall, from NYork, and sld for Mala, E.; put in 24, bark CarmcUta, Cole, from Bangor, and sld for St icliaele. Greenock, Sopt2?Sld Adam Carr, NYork. Gothenhi'a o, Aug 26?Arr Pilgrim. NOrleans. Gdasoow, Sept( ?Sld FraDctmla, NYork; 5, Amelia Gordon, do; Marcia Cleaves, Boston; t, Michigan, NYork. Girradtab.Aug23?Arr Constsntine, NYork, (and eld 23th foifTarragona.) 2o, sld hark Apha Maria, Billings, Malaga. Havre, Sept 1?Arr Argo, Davis, NYork; Aug 31, Vesta, Soubry, NOrleans; Sept 2, Havana. Anthony, NYork. IIei.veot, Sept.3?Arr8ootia, Baltimore; 1, Emily Taylor, N Orleans; sld Maria Magdalene. NYork. Hamburg, Aug 28?ArrOdd Fellow, Pomeroy. Havana; Sept 1, Joseph Fish, NYork. I Kiarae, Sepi 1?Off ship William Penn, Michaels, From Liverpool lor Philadelphia. Lisbon, Aug 5?Arr Pulaski, NOrleans. Limerick, Sept 6?Brig Ellen, Forestall, for NYork, struek on the Whelps rooks and returned to be surveyed. Londonderry, Sept 1?Sld Colombo, Philada. London, 8ept 8? Cld Wellington, Cliadwick, NYork; entered I out 2, Lanark, Venard, fot Boston. Liver pood, Sept 4?Arr Acadia, (s) Stone, Beaten; 7th, Jamestown, Trask, NYork; 8th. Yorkshire, Ihiily, do; St Lawrence, N Orleans; Robert, Fulton. Apalaeliicola; Ambassador, lladlcy, Mobile; Sherwood. Crosby. Boston. Sld 3d, i'owliattAn, Majdcn, Baltimore; Hope, Weston, Boston; Jacob Perkins, Baker, do; Bengal, Bray, do; Fidelia, Ycaton, N 1 ork; 4th. Marmion, Freeman, do; St George, uutohinson, ,\t?rlenns; Mundane, Hutchinson, Charleston; 5th, Joshua Bates, Stoddard. Cunton; Memnon, Eldridge. N Vork; Sunbeam yimr, Boston; Sliaktiearc, Henderson, Charleston; 7 th, llaritan, Adams, Baltimore; James Corner, W alker, do: Sth. llottinguer, Burslay, NYork; Jane Dixon, Smith, do; Detianoe, Brewster, Charleston. Leghorn, Aug 21? Arr San tee, Boston. Middi.ekoroi-gh. 8ept 6?Sid Lively, for Boston, ( England.) Marseilles, Aug .11?Sid Tennessee, Leghorn; Geo Shattaok, Palermo. Newport, Aug 1?Sid Amity, Boston. Periarce,Sept I?Arr laidy Peel, London, for NYork. Rotterdam, Sept 1?Sid Manchester, . Si.ioo, Aug 3t>?Arr Algoma, Spaulding; Ralph Cross, Woodbury, do. Sovthampton, Sept 4?Arr nermann, ( ) Crabtree, NYork, and aid for Bremen. 8ronKN?Sh'p Yorktown, Sobor, from Liverpool for New York, Sept 11 lat 50, lsn IS. Ship Java, Perry, from Liverpool, for N York, Aug 29, lat 47, Ion 16. ONE DAY LATER, RECEIVED BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH AND SPECIAL EXPRESS from LONDON AND DUBLIN, at LIVERPOOL, for thk NEW TORS HERALD. fa. fa. fa. The Krench Republic. Paris, Friday, Sept. 8. The acceptance by Austria of French mediation had a favorable effect, and French funds advanced steadily, closing 3f. 4!> a 5f. 71^. Later intelligence from Parts informs us that the project of the assembly was proceeding much more rapidly and with much greater unanimity than was expected. There seems to be with the majority a desire to have all obsutrrtions towards a lull and lair developement of republicanism removed, they having decided bv a large majority that there should be a preamble to the Constitution. The Assembly proceeded on Thursday, the 7th llist., to examine, tunc it* oy article, me prcumme drawn up by the committee. Two different amendment* were proposed, one of which, the first, w as to substitute the principle for that of dogma, which was adopted. The second was one proposed by M. Deville, which was intended as a keen satire on the policy of the government, or on (ten. Cavaignac in parncnlar. It was to annex to the words " in the piesence of God," the addition, " in a state of siege," tVc. The amendments were rejected by laige majorities. The Assembly goes on with the Sth paragraph on Monday next, as yesterday, (Friday,) and today, (Saturday,) are reserved for new arrangements und general business. The paragraphs to be taken up on Monday, will involve eeitamlv another, nerhans tedious, debate on socialism, na it s?*iioiiftiy interferes with one <>! then most favorite subject.--the ijueftion ot -the Jjiiiit tlu havail. The project lins Item put forth, and l. va been tnni.y ei eoiiilt'c], and .1 pelitioi the e ipon prtucnteil i> the N.itioi ?l A;nibly. ptiiytrig that body to r?!*e ti tide to en-'i'.e 2d,Ui() fuiiiM ., n-.w uu- i i j i',I n 1'dii -, to i-ii.h.i-li tli'-nive i in tjie * > oi y.i f A ';t il.i. i , 11 ;.tk'!.. ''i ?t :!i ::v .a iry, b-iny i , 1848. empty, an effort mny be made to r.ii:-full la lor the object by formal subscription. The National, which is considered the official organ of government, confirms, on Thursday, the account of despatches having hern received at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from the minister at llerlin, of the acceptance by Austria of the mediation of France and England on the Italian question. The National, however, modifies the satisfaction by adding, " we are not able to guarantee the l>erfect exactitude of the news, and we believe the government has not received a confirmation of i' from Vienna Tlw> /l/?nO'/ii<inM.i?/ iu !<> -'I on the subject in the discussion already noticed. The only amendment passed was M. Beauchard's pledging the government to economy. It was very etiongly opposed by the committee, but jtassed by a majority of 58. A scene of great confusion took place at its decision. Several members insisting upon open votes, others upon ballot. An amend ment, proposed by M. Bacos, to add to the words, " it the republic has for basis family ties, pro perty, and public order" those of "apd labor created," an immense tumult ensued, which was only ended by the amendment being referred to a committee. The Monlteur appeared on Thursday withou the usual returns of the Bank of France. No ex planation was given, and it was expected the delay would create uneasiness on the bourse. Gen. Beaugrand, u distinguished ollicer under Napoleon, died on the 7th. There have been several riots so serious that the authorities of one of the departments had petitioned the Executive to place the department in a state of siege. It is stated that Government are in full possession of a Louis Buonapartist plot, with ramificutions at Lyons, and ten other pluces, and that they will put it down with a strong hand Louis Napoleon has announced himseli as a can] didate lor the assembly in the department of the Seine. It is said that conferences have been held between the monarchists and moderate republican party in the Assembly, which it was expected will lead to a fusion of all in behalf of the Republic. It is expected that the Constitution will be voted by the end of October, and that the Assembly will then be prorogued till December. Much disturbance continues to prevail in the departments of France, nor is the government at ease respecting the tranquility ol the capital. The greatest precautions, however, were being taken to meet all exigencies. In the commercial circles the intelligence of the acceptance of the Anclo French medintion hv Aimtria was not generally believed, though a prolongs! tion of the armistice was expected. A letter from Toulon says, that in consequence oi successive telegraphic despatches received there, an unusual movement was taking place. All the disposable steamers were being got ready for sea, and prepared (or the reception of troops and artillery. Four first class steamers were already under way, and it is confidently reported that they are intended to carry a brigade to Italy. The greatest activity prevails in the arsenal. The Constitutionnel states that two regiments of the line, and a battery of artillery, returned from Algeria, would reinforce the brigade at Marseilles. The Obfcrvateur states that the government entertained the intention of declaring the department of the lower Pyrenees in a state of siege, in consequence of their resistance to the popular wish. In the Palis Assembly, yesterday, M. Ilastide announced officially that Austria had accepted the a- i a * *: -fr-j i i o prt'iicrcu iiiruinuuii ??i r^ugijuiu uiiu opiuii. It was rumored in the Assembly that a IJona part ist plot has been discovered. Uermany. I'rankfort.?Commercial affairs, which were improving, have at once received a check by the warlike tone of the Diet, who, by a majority of seventeen, have letused to sanction the armistice which has been concluded between Prussia and Denmark. As this was a direct violation of the authorized step which Prussia had taken, the minority re" sigi^pd in a body, on the 5th inst. The debate took place in a crowded assembly, and amid much excitement, on the motion that the National Assembly decrees the stoppage of the military and other measures connected with the fulfilment of the conditions of the armistice. The numbers were ayes33H, noes 321?majority 17. For the motion upon the question subsequently put, that the National Assembly resolves that the question, as to the stoppage of the fulfilment of the armistice, shall not be put to the vote until some resolution as to the armistice itself has been formed by the Assembly, it was rejected by a vote of 244 to 230. The Assembly broke up amid grea1 tumult. The ministry met in council almost immediately afterwards, and, as before stated, re" solved to resign in a body. The city continued in a very disturbed state till a late hour at night. Italy. The latest dates from Henoa announce that after much difficulty tranquility was re-established.? From Piacentia news has been received that a most destructive epidemic had broken out among 'he Austrian troopB. The Austrian conditions of mediation are?the sovereignty of Lombardy to be retained, nnd no conditional territory to he ceded to Austria. A liberal constitution is promised to Milan and Vienna, under the Austrian viceroy. The young wife of the hereditary Prince of Parma, sister of the Duke of Bordeaux, has given notice that tdie intends to maintain the right of he line in the Duchies, having given birth to a son born tin Italian, at Florence. The Roman Chamber was prorogued to the 15th November. The Pope has resolved to send a re presentation to the Congress on the Italian ques tion. Spain* From Madrid, our correspondents state that M Mnn h.o ci nnneiiced Ins administration with the announcement of some financial reforms, which it is to be hoped, rather thnn expected, he will be able to cnrry out. His principal plaj, anexcellen one if he will be able to carry it into practice, is to reduce the expenditure and reform the tariff. The rumors of luither changes in the cabinet have ceased. The Cortes are not to be called together before November or December An insurrection, it is said, was expected to break out in Seville before the confinement of the Duchess of Mompensier. A column of 500 infantry and I'M) horse commanded by Cieneral Lersandi wa? about io march lr?m Madrid against the faction of I'ico in La Mnncha, which h is always been described by the ministerial journals as co lsisting of only 20 or HO at mo t. An Li glMi gentleman, name not known, shot himself on the tilh in Madrid. We h a n that the revolutit nary party in Catalonia Wt te again becoming formidable. They hml Ui'ckudfd intli.it i>r?*viuce, for vei' : t.i of h rmtrib ition i u -j T.i |! "?? tr l?f( h aving the cental to j>'it Jowii ill." inii . r r> ???? ? ? w TWO CENTS. liungHrjr. Hy accounts of Inter <1 ito f;om tin* ?|uaifi*r, w<* : learn tliat the Croatian insurgent* were hi sion of Fiume. and liad burnt New Moldavia The l.nnrl ... A... .... .1... -m.!. 1.1 Wuuu m iuiu< u lungiiaui */?i mr: mi/iii uuilil", tttirt; great rejoicing. Gen. Bechtnld lia<l sent a Hair >! truce to die insurgents at St. Thomas, h it wiiho?it. i ellect. \ii|i'os niul .Sicily. We have advices from Naples to the 2-fth ulI The English licet wu still Ht Caatelmare and Naples. That of France, at Palermo. The decision of the Neapolitan government to send the expedition to Sicily had excited the most intense anxiety. Messina was, of course, expected to he the point of attack. The British admiral had given orders that no interruption should lie offered in any way to the Neapolitan fleet. The exprdition to Sicily left Naples on the dOttli tilt. It was believed that they would meet with a warm reception, as all the adult population had armed the houses. 7'lie streets of Messina had been prepared for u determined defence, aud the inhabitants had resolved, and were prepared, to blow up the city rather than surrender. Austria. jjy letters trom Vienna, we leiirn that the joint mediation of Kngland and France in the attaint of Italy and Austria, is accompanied by ceitain reserves that may possibly preclude it-? etticiency altogether. Ireland. Dublin, Saturday, Sept. 9. The general topic of conversation here is tlid relating to the special commission, which takes place in a few days at Clonmel; the parties against whom the Crown Solicitor considers he has a complete case, are Smith O'Brien, McManus, and the rebel peasantry. He finds a ditticulty in implicating Meagher in the Ballingary affair?in fact, he cannot get proof to show that he was there at all, and his only step to liuve him tried is by charging him with overt acts of treason in connection with the affair. One or two of the peasants have become approvers, and their depositions are in the hands of the crowa, but it will take stronger proof than this to insure u conviction, in order that the crown may have the best of it. The grand panel is to be selected from the petty jurors in those cases connected with the State trials. We just observe that a Belfast correspondent writes us to say that Mr. Ilalpin Cole, Secretary to the Irish Confederation, who was imprisoned under the habeas corpus act, has been sent np, for what purpose we have not heard. J'oor Lord John Russell, who has heen making a stolen visit to the Vice Regal Lodge, makes his exit to-morrow. He will be well able to talk glib'y and forcibly on the afhurs of Ireland, for he has, in the short space of a week, seen with his own eves and heard with hia own ?im llie misrule nf Ireland ; but it was in Lord Clarendon's back parlor in the Castle oi Dublin, not in the wilds of Tipperary, the mountain districts oi Kerry, or the i?oterty stricken localities in Galway. By the way, many of our citizens yesterday and this morning arc busy circulating a report that his lordship will endeavor to accomplish at least one good object by his visit. What is it 1 Why, the abolition of the Irish Cour',the only remains of monarchy which Ireland has for centuries possessed. Oh ! how the tongue of (I'Connell, were he alive, would descant upon this piece of whig statesmanship and love lor Ireland ! We learn by letter from Clonmel, dated Thursday evening, that the summonses lor the special commission had just been served on the jurors, who were ordered to attend on the 21st inst., under the penalty of ?200. Perfect tranquility prevails throughout the country, and the weather continues favorable for bar vest operations, though perhaps a higher degree of jeniperaiure wouia oe aesiraoie Dublin Money Market.?At the Dublin stock exchange 3 per cent Consols are quoted 85; 3>? per cent stock 8514 to Dank stock 188'4. London Money Market. In London this morning in the foreign market Exchanges on Hamburg direct report that the business on the bourse whs good, money was very abundant and commercial matters wore an improved appearance. London, Saturday, I o'clock. Consols opened this morning, at 80Si, and the news from the oontinent being deemed rather favorable prices advanced at this hour to 801, a 8614 ; or for small transactions 86 a86'a. Exchequer bills are now quoted 3Ls premium. In the month of Maroh these securitiea were quoted 25s premium ; in June, 23s premium. The state of the weather is not so favorable to-day. Livr.RrooL Corn Market, Saturday.?In our oorn market, to-day, we have an improved action. The market is very firm, and yesterday's prices are well supported. Indian corn is scarce, and choice Ameri. can, to-day, commands 37s. for 480 pounds, and was in demand. Liteki-ool Cotton Market, Saturday.?The sale of common, to-day, will probably extend to about 5,000 bale*. If it were possible to note any change in our market to-day, we should nay that the demand is more lively than yesterday ; but holders still remain wil. ling sellers. There is an abundant choice offering at yesterday's quotations. Havre Markets.?An express from Havre reports that commercial business generally is very dull, and cotton lower and looking down. Amerioan produce generally participates in the same inactivity. The weather is line and harvest prospects geod. Havre, Sept. 0 ?Cottons. ? I wrote you Saturday last, the 2d inst., by the United States steamer Since then our cotton market remained in a dull state, the daily sales not exoeeding 800 bales, at prices a little under our last quotations Advices brought by the Hermann and Acadia up to '2'2il ult. havejust come to hand. Stock?78,000 bales Other articles: a small lot o potash realized 6'Jf. Some Carolina rice, middling fair, brought 28 f Whalebone still at l'JOf. Lard la worth 5f> a J7f. Nothing baa been done In other American export articles. Tha season continues fine. Average price of some wheat tor France was 15f ld^c.? at t i? end of August, being a decline of 2t>i, centimes on j that of July, per hectolitre. 2% bushels. Uw InlrlllKence. t 01 rt ok Aeri.ii.?, Sept, 2b. All the judges present No. 27, Cornelius McCoou el at. ve. Mortimer, calkins^ rial. N Hill jr was beard for plaiutiir* in error. >4 T Heynolds for defendants in error. 11 J. Bua-rois'i Ca?s.?In the Municipal Court. Mr. I'nrker concluded bia argument for the governr jent, yesterday It was abte, lucid and candid Th , trial of this case has occupied eight days. The Is- ,Ie w:vs i on four indictments, for obtaining goods by '.ttise roj presentations from four mercantile tlrms of his city, 1 viz From A A A Lawrence & Co.. *4,187 ; from I | W I'aige Vi o, *7Mil ; from < oolidge a Ha?kell, I $1100, and from Samuel Frothinghara, jr. A Co, ! $1 litis With these firms Mr. burton has dealt largely lor a rtnniher or years In his charg , to the jury", 1 Judge lligelow occupied nearly three I ,(,urs in review| lug the evidence, staling the principles el' laar appropriate to It and commenting upon tt .e points discnssed hv thx p?sHiig?i'ti v?' f?nun?i??l Th?? n' v..-.,.. -?-j full ? * - p,h it, and impartial, upon thupoi'J;? doomed material i by either eide The immenee ''.Inparity between the available aaeeta of th? lirui, an j the deb'a owed liy it | to the trade, created an aim >.? ? unin r.-al I'oeiing adTerra to the defendant and ha* given to tbe cue an 1 uuuauai degree of internet The amount realieed hy the a'Mgnees it 1c-* than f4 (Mill while the uuewuurnl di bta amount t > >103 000 making the lo.?? to tbe creditora *00.000 Tnejory, thi* morning, brought in a v? rdirt, of acquittal o<t all the ftiur indictment*. ? Wg'.lon Tramcrfpt, S %i 8'! Importation t Aspihi.tk ?A >' el arrived 111>hi i'liiiadeiphiu, Utt.Utl estates, brought tlii, i \ otiakc 11 uepliultum a-, u pot if iter n.trik<>. V- heVe no n culL\jiion nt .t vioii? nn, . riHtion ot ae|ili iltitm Irom ttint t><-< *, and bei. villi not ti the! to bt .'it an ait,el.- ol ; . I f. /ri xnt.