Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 14, 1846, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 14, 1846 Page 4
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POST OFFICE. i New Vots, Jane IS, IMC. S jTEAMtR H1BERN1A. horn Boston. The mill lor the ~^*hove Steamer will be rinsed at this office on Monday, ?e ISth lust , at 4*4 P. M. Pontage on all letters must be pre sidio Boston. Letters of half an ounce er under 5 cents, ?id each additional lialf ounce J cents jd3 3'rc ROBERT H. MORRIS, P. M. INFIDEL CONVENTION. rHE members of the Infidel Society for the promotioa of mental liberty, and the delegates from auxiliary aneie les, will meet at Military Hall, No 191 Bowery, en Sunday aorning, the Uth inst, at 10 o'clock. A public meeting will Iso be held onihe same evening at 7>i o'clock, at the Coli eum. 450 Broadway. jel4 lt*m NOTICE. "PHE "editor* of William Ridgway are hereby notified to present their claims, properly authenticated, to the un lersigned, on or before the first day of November neit, pre ?aratory to a dividend of asse's. CHARLES H PITTS. ) Trn?... jeM 6t2tawrc ORVILLE HORW1TZ. \ P*RT TWENTY-FIVE of Virtue's Devotional Family Bible is now ready for delivery, illustrated by an en [raviug of "Christ bleaaiug little children." after one of the Jio?t celebrated paintings of the German School. OEORUE VIRTUE, late Jelt 3t*.m R. MARTIN fc CO , K John it. P\> KET SHIP HOTTINOUtR. from Liverpool. Con signees will please send their permits on board, loot Do *?r street, Eaat River, without delay. N B ?All good* not permitted in five days, muat be sent :o Public Store. jell WOODHULL it M1NTURN, 87 South st. DKNTISTRY. DR BROWN fc BROTHERS, No. 290* Broadway, be tween Chambers and Reade streets, next to Stewart's Stf'o. new marble store, insert beantiful incorruptible tni nersl and uatural teeth, from SI to S3 M. Also their WHITE CEMENT, f"r filling decayed teeth, without the least pain, and warranted durable for ten years. Price 30 cents. TEETH LOOSE, from scurvy in the Kums, medical treatment, or otber causes.cured nv the'r celebrated Lotion Odonta. Trice 50 cei-ts. TOOTHACHE, effectually cared, without ihe lent pain?50 cents. TEETH EXTRACTED with less than half the usual pain?50 cents. Operations given over by otber Dentist*, solicited, and no charge made without entire I'atisfaction is given. Mechanical Dentistry done for other Dentists. Operations i>erfornied during the evening. je14 3tisrc K JONES, Dentist, 183 Broadway, west side,) two door* above White street. " A better Dentist, one who more thoroughly understands the dilficnlt art of teeth set ting filling, cleaning, etc., doe* not reside in this cttv. The docjor's artificial teeth are a> perfect imitatious of the natu ral . as it is possible for them t > be We are cognizant of one instance in which Dr. Jouea remedied the bungling work of one of the 'celebrated' dentists of this city, to the entire sa tisfaction of the sufferer."?Sunday Despatch. jeM It"re A PERSON named Wiliam Jones of laby, Cafu Ferry, is desirousof receiving a few lines from hia brother, who live* in thi* city, and addrea* the aame on board the Almudra lina, lying at the Atlantic dock je!4 lt*rc WANTED, A PERSON (white or colored,) from fifteen to twenty-five years of age, who understands shaving, and can speak French and English purely, will hear of a situation a* a gen tleman'* servant, by addressing a line No. 202 Astor House, giving hi* address, terms and qualification. je 14 lw*rc BOOKKEEPER AN!) SALESMAN WANTED, in an Auction and Commission Store. One who eau influence salea, and has an extenaive circle of acquaintance, will meet with a good situation and liberal sa lary, in a furniture and general auction atore. None need ap ply who cannot produce undoubted testimonials of ability.? Aadrei* in hand-writing of applicant, stating term* and re ferences, to J. M. It Co., at tni* office. The situation will be open to applicant* till the lith inst. je9 lw*rc GOVERNESS WANTED, TO teach four children the French, German and Engliih language* and maaic. Reference* required. Apply at the Swedish Consulate, No. 15 Weat street. je4 3w*rc WANTED, A FEW active Young Men to go South or Weat. to act a* Agent* for the aale of new and popular Publication*. $300 over and above their expense* will be insured to them in writing, with an opportunity of clearing $1,000 per year. Some men now in our employ will, no doubt, make over $1,000 per year clear of all expenae. Each man will have hia autrict. It will be necessary for them to have at leaat from $25 to $50 to obtain a good fittiug out. Apply at FRENCH'S Publishing Hall, 293 Broadway, up stairs, Office of the Flag of our Union. All letters muat t>e post paid, my U lm'rc COPPER MINERS WANTED TO WORK in a mine in the vicinity of thi* city. Apply to E. B. HART, 4){ Hanover it. jet 2w*rrc FRENCH MILLINERY. WANTED immediately, a good Bilk Milliner?one that understand. lier business and can trim well; to such the beit of w*g*? >?d comtant employment given the year round. A|>gl^ "NDERW000'3,157 West Broadway, j.lJSt-rc one door from Walter ?t. fifty l?6Xlars~reward. EMPLOYMENT WANTED.?The .dvertiser, who can niva the moil sstisftctory (references, wuhe? employ ment in some mercantile house or office, u bookkeeper or uiitttir, out or in door clerk, or both, or in short in any situa tion where he conld be useful. The writer is 21 years of 5. has been in a very respectable counting house, is well nested, and a n.tiv. of this city. A very moderate com pen.atioa only is e*pscted: Any person who can ; give lnfor motion where a situation similar to the above can be obtained, will receive %S0, the thanks of the advertiser, aud will be tT.o"?Cd#nlU"r- A WILLI AM, Box 1952 lower FO. thirty dollars reward WILL BE PAID for the recovery of the followingcases of Surgical In.trumenU, stolen from the Library Table and Mantel-piece of Dr. Valentine Mott, No. 152 Bleecker street, Depau Row, on Thursday or F riday last, the 4th or 5th iiiit., viz:?one small mahogany case 6 or 7 inches long, by inches wide, ivory handled Knives and other small instruments, stamped with the uaine of Laundy. Oil the top ol the lid. on a silver plate, is engraved' Kaienftrw Mott, Surgeon" Alao. oue small Mahogany Case of the same length, but somewhat narrower than the last, brass bound at the eorners, lined on the inside with red velvet,and containing similar instruments of the same maker. The above cases are valued by the owner much beyond their intrinsic worth, as the old friends and companions ota At the same time, were stolen from the same place two blue embossed calf IMfket Cases, with sliver clasps, coiitaming various Surgical Instruments, stamped with the names ot ( hnrriere, Sanson und Tiemann?one 6 incites long by 3 in. in width, stamped on the inside " Sanson. Pans; and the other, abont half the site, with the name of Dr. Van Vur ren" on the inside on paper. The above reward will be cheerfully paid, with many thanks for the recovery of the articles enumerated, and it ne cessiry, the advertiser pledges himseli to ask no questions. Apply at Dr. Mott's residence, as above?or to H. H. Mott, Att rney at Law, 25 Park Place. je9 Iw m tfToTCHt-WAKU, will be paid lor one newspaper, eon vH&O taming a notice of a legacy, or sum o< money, lett inner in Wale., England, or in New York, to the heirs ol the Morris family. of Chester county, Pennsylvania. Sa.d notice was published between July 1844, and July 1845. Apply at j'Siw r WiLL. i>e pu.ilisheil ou (Mturd.i>. June Utli, Hie CUU.S 1' OF MONTE CHRISTO, by Aleiauder Dumas, Author of "The Three Guardsmen." etc. etc. Embellished with 12 beautiful Illustrations, drawn by M. Valentin, and en graved by the most skilful artists. This work is pmnouaced by Blackwood's Magarine to be " in literature "hitthe pyra mid. are in architecture?uurivalled and incidents, although frequently ol the most ' tiou. are so well conceived and skilfully narraU<j, ttjat w almost fancy we see the characters enacting theirvarious pans. The work will be completed in three uumbafc, 25 ct?. each. For saU at 1L M*A MS. Publisher, IX Aun street. jeli 3tdfcltw*rc O HAVNES wishes to inform young gentlemen er . sirous of obtaining commissions in the, Volatile rnri?? now raising in tnis city and State^ that he ( W. I*. Hayiies) has made arrangements for receiving about 100 rouug men for primary lessons in military instruction. He uu^ranties to riepare gentlemen to take charge of their com pauies u*der the Colonel iu a course of twelve lessons. One lesson two hours cf tuition; 12, 2. and 4, in the ?gest single rooin in the city, second floor American Eagle Sale Stablcj corner ol Dflaiicey and Chrystie streets. It is requested those gentlemen who feel inclined to avail themselves of this offer, are requested to call and enrol the.r names, so as to make up the number of oue hundred. \ I)?A company of 75 tile, can wheel by right or left, shoulders forward, in this splendid room. Companies may *1tel3'irtw'^""" r?0n"' Lst?^of7thlL s. lnfantry. | ONE PRICE ICb COMPvNY. Orricc or the Cutstal Lake Ice CoMrattv, > New York, June 10, IW6 $ | AT s meeting of this Company, held at this Office, the fol lowing Kesolutions were unammodsly adopted .? ites'lved, That the fair, remunerating price f"r'ce> de livered fr?m carts, in this city, is 18^ cents per 100 lbs., and tliat this Company will neither aakiior receive more through ?BRe?ol*ed'|l That thi/company will contract with *u7 >"d'j. vidual at this price, and adhere to the same for any length of time, from one to five years. , Kesnlvfd, That ihe system of abuie and unhandsome treat ment bv drivers towards customers, is reprobated by this com naiiv and any driver in their employ subjecting him?eif to complaint on this accoint, shall be punished by an immedate discharge. __ This Company have invested in this business$35,000. They have secured .luring the past winter an ample supply of the !Lr..t ICK Their barges Texas, Oregon and California, each ?0 To daily plying between their Lake and th ? city, supplying 21 carts employed in distributing it throughout New York snd its suburbs. .... , ery contract made by this Compuiy, will, at all hoards k* Ittirrlv carried out to the letter. Orders maybe left on , board the bargeCatharine Market, East Kiver, or at the C?n3 2nt?r'c UW.V ANDREW8, /?*>.!, >4 B.rling Slip. SPRING AND SUMMER clothing, 1TW. H. VF.GH.OOT ? CO S, lot Fulton tlrttt, lini> Kl' the following greet attractions will be preseu ' pVut^CasI^me'res' 1?inen^u*J'worsted Checks ; Alpacca Me^Jo. White and Brown Linen. f l? /nr ? ?,Kid assortment for summer wear on hand. jel3 " wire VV^II DEOROOT k CO., IM Fulton st. DINl'M r SALOON FOR SALE. THF. proprietor of the American and French Dining Sa looi No 64 aadM Nassau street, wishes to dispose of all fa^\riroJ'TO.""!? of,hS t Pnii Office Custom House, Itc . is elegantly furnished, and the .rr'atest run of customers of ihe most respectable rieopYe Jo. on v IVom the whole of the U. 8. States of Ame P*- P TrWm all Dirts of Eurot*. 1 he proprietor deems it ,Vnnic.?!ry"o goPfo tber into particular., but invites th. at ?n "n Of aVn'rsons embark in the busmeas, as / Fl'l 't* re tht Pr,"Ut" ' ? L OOIL1NO. BlloW S'3~RE F EcT (*)RV1 ? rntll Ann.PHIA-Cor Hale?The stock, fiitures, .nd P good will of the .bove well known esublishmaut. To ? person wishing to engage in the business, satisfactory evi deuce will be furnishtdof iu present siccesafaljprosectttlon, audits capability of further improvement, by good ment. The proprietor, wishing to sell, will oner a for cash. Note, addressed, or .jpliestion m'de to 7# Ches nut St , Philadelphia, corncr of Eichang. 11"*;"1'' jf? with attentiou. _ BOARDING. TO LET?two rooms, to single geutlemen, with bresklast and tea, or full board, in . private family where there is but one other boarder, in a pleaMiit situation between two ?tage routes, in the neighborhood of St. Luke s church ? Term. M^er.ite. Address Living.tou, Herald office, which rflRnth nfeiitinn. je2 1~*'" will m SoaMUlNO. St.A BAIIIIiVO AjSU MSHlNU. mo those who wish lor retirement aud comfort dunng the 1 .uminer months. Combined with economy . chance now offers, lames W. Hendru kson. proprietor of s small I, delightfully situated at the Highlands of Nmrsiuk, eominudinK "splendid vi.w of the oee.n, with fine hi.tinig L"d Brthmg. csii "k. 10 or 12 bo.rders upon v.ry modem. t#rni' stomboat Edwin L.wi. lMv.s W?kinft* M..k.t .Ti,7mor "filling .t 8ch.?k's Land.M.w.tim. . short d.s (MC. of th# CotMf*. 1 w iju"' ol H AU& ABOUT NofmTGCeBrUd 'Lecom;j U? gK f^fAir-ri:,'i'f,- In^rk^; Vft&P Utoor^of e"d*rh,,,rf'' M" < ?'>'!" kJIu thwl" ?aOT1;gi,,',V'- ? *-?.??.., ?? IJBfSPC 2S^-^.?=sr3=nc. last of thf. thousavd anoonm?' W,',r,Uel* ?r 9'<"> Of the Lamp, t haniviu- i-?K ^lOHTg Motor Yeoman; Jimael. Mr 8uth?rl?n<l S-P**0 W***. SWJHJi Mr, Phill.n. t ^wiar, Mr Da h i U ?Capt. Copp, Mr j R Scori? M?n*',"de v,lth rr?V.- ? ^?tl; M,r> t-opp. Mrs Fit nod Gnllery,U|lKCMh""1 ?ec<""' *ad third tier., JJ ro ? .?ite"-""' M&y?."?x?: :;;S" ES^^swSS^SvTp^? I fc^ZTZ,,?.rd?d Admittance' a^nu"''0"0" of Music. | -Mu?ic. A L M < > F ?s OFK K A M () n s f pIRST NIOIITW(fff2fS?, STREET ' ? , brated O?rmaB M?,tiei^^M*^v*ANDKR, ,he c<.|?. Eitraordmary and fiitir?lv.i.,..r--.i> June li? ?Utific Illusions. comiitiiiK ofvariool Exhibition ofSci }?* Experimental Fnti, based n.f ?h *urij'",,IL?n<1 amus Cnemistry; Pneumatics, Optic* N.r.r.i pl i eu **'oudtr? of tfc. Herr Al-iamler re.nectf^lli^J PhUoaophv and Ma friends and the pnblic ceiier-illl- if auil00"ces to his many th. parpo.e or fivine a .erii. of ?-r" .,0 N'w Vork, for which hr flatters himself from th? i.*' L",t"ta'"ment?. duction. will ?ire thYoin., .?,i |,*,?? taken ,heir ?ro: *J.VS ?J'l'tionaT ellect to hi. new piece.'th"00' 'n.ord*r to of Palmo . Theatre has been entirely relfr. *) ,X!fn'lve ,ta|fc decorated, the w hole Presentingt h e sm>i ?"d/ m. c TKM PLt! -Ple-d.5 roagiiificently illuminated. Grateful fiiV'Jt ' i ronage eip?rienced on a former oceai?? hb,r*1 |iat" begs to assure the public that no n ^iblo's, H. A. renewal of their favors. "Pared to me Doors oiien'at'T^-Perf'>u! U"d" U'"' Price. Bo, unfce open from 10 ^M to??'W"ee u" ' ?'e,ock Njuu? JJ. tW_ jure After ?hicli Kll? "?? a Popular orer 2e*tte b a ^S-Xteh^'eV^xr % tew-5* inffiTtftSZ,nZ'Tnt? f?' C?nc"* A-la-Muaard. -"Character* U>"Vhe'^ViT K.P^|,?m'n,<'l.oflVOLAUVENT Gabriel Rare! will exhibit m 1'hleh ?h* clebr?ed introduciuK La Barre ( ,,L, Wraordinary performancet 15 feet hiKif. a"e C?niue, croaaing the ataKe onapo'e jteW^ck. to b.cin at 8 o'clock preci.ely T"fi Un1fed,stTe.K^Si,^rMT ? qaettriaus, amonir whom^a rkL rittached t? it fcijrht KemaU Age, recently amved from {vI"re,te,t >eln?le Aider of th? whoae new ?^le?f^n:V,ARIFL>IACARTli1 ^psip%".'A{ffl'jssjr^^^c'sit fer the public to the brilliant d..S 7- ^ e Tropneiora r?r Ore uewtpapers of the ?"SordSSv'll.J U,r rr?l'ee fk il' ^I'ti'igUKhed artiste ArnHnJ^S?'1* I'erform the #TOpneto" ?f."arethe?lebX ?^hUOre,U" which Their height ia u fcj P GIANTJE88. Kaudall wlighH? lb! 'Mre iu,!d^l"lcht^tr 704 "?? Mr. S&ntesa in uie world Thi>v will " tke noit eoorinom ean Sulk." ?d he ,n !' J*ck *?* the ?treugth and agility, and l lT r eitraordinary feata *1 entertainmenuwill compriae 17 I'rt. '"fV.tW0 ho"e,a? The UMtic Eierciaea, Claa.ic^ i i.Hor,emall,hlP' ?vm, Director, Mr!^ ^ H??^0UMfterpiece.. Rict?.r*Mr Ho' ''if \aP?le"n of th? Anut Mr HOBBs"1 L'r'"c?J>?l Ri Horseback are the mo.t . OBB8- wf>o?e teata on Honebttkajrethe HOBB8"r;Ko.e^ "lie Act of Hor.emainhin l^\lf rarV,er w'U>???ed. Jave ?!???, by the whoTCjajt^ffiy ^,,t?Kn- Olympic Eier^ Tumbler, Mr. MACART& WonderL p" PI" ,*-"uropenn H?**< Hectar and Billy, q-)..^yT}"' 'P??? by Mr..Coie'i Gymnaatic Postures and (Jron^.^V TR TFMPI t.^?4,BERNACLE. f tertaiament con.i.nilg ofTome o^'h 0' eivinlt an ?oug?, with illustration!, on f hl* ",0,t Popular being thlKltl'l"^.1' VeninS Mxt, 17th inst., pearance in New Vork preVioLTtl1 K*'" pe,miS of hi. ap tour AmoiiL'.t > d . J?..hl* Projected Northern Al^ULLU KUUMH. Tur ,A'i>r-imtA?.A!'c':*mk*ic* or Kn8^. crowded and or.^he'&^ieaci.'^/.r"!?' c,tI" before the royal families of iw' i r f P"**t* soirees for the first time in AmeriM.VX. k England, will aiipear w?V. ou THUR8DA V, June mh' and' f*{?'ed Koom with a splendid apparatus Sfn.trVnii .1,o,,0wl.nK evenings, -Ma?'c "nd Experimental ?f ^,tu . . . MI88 JULIA T^r/tNii'H eremng c^d^ 'Fir/mrt th^"t ,ime in from the fayorite 0^"" ,h" mo,t choic^ 'elections 17, 1846, commencing at 8 o'clock CurH.^r^ cfel?,nK? June cenu, to be had at tffe music Stores and "a, ,K. id,n",lou Programme in future papers " the d?or-. GOTHIC HALL, ilKOADW*Y ~ I T country (Jeorg1^'T,'eof broi}pV ,0 lt>i? 7 o'clock. The antLn.rV ' com,mencinR erery erening at Petit Tambour, the bancinr I .!? Ru''t of Vaucanson, Le all aa Isrire a? lilv ...,i i * Lady, Mademoiselle Bab^tii Admissf0V li ee*ts " cry act of vit.Lf,be,,e' ..?!! Iwis*rc BOSTON VS. NEW YORK. >????.???? 3 'u J. m haruesa ' ,"'"e *M- ""le G. Smith, enters _ _ n *? j C, (_arman, enters f'Sj"*/ Medoc. A Ten Evck, enters. K ?? John Anderson. H. W oodruff, enters eh. g. Jim Berry. A. Campbell, enters i.*' K' n*reJ" Eagle. Thur?day, June 17th it ] 'iiV ImI piC' ^el'r Smith, two mile heats in harness ' ' ma,ch for 9M0, ?mfc'biSvtfr BOSTON VS. NE\V~YoKK m I -f f| Jtl two mile heats, in harneu. P-*M -M,tch for *i0?. W. Wh'C'. Vn'.'."V~ ?? f" r.n(llnd. J Conklin, enters eh ? u r J. B., enters ? *?, H. rmuh. J. C. M. enters.':.'.."..".:; if, ' ?,oat/'<"tor Admit,.'re. to the members swnd fifty cii*. ('"'r m ~k,*S JOKLjcoNKLIN. ' n?ed to the saddle. Aniilv at il.? w..l i ,.Te been long for farther Particular. * ' d"k of the H"?ld Office, )TH JJJ FARMS WANTED. A f|'HF. abdications for Farms,at th* Rrat. Estate ^ kkt, n**e hei nine io numerous ihlt to enable us to meet ?II demand?, we require consignments of a lirge number, in addition to those already registered tn our omce. Wanted immediately, two good farms, handsomely aituated, not very farfrom this city, coataiuing 75 10 1M arret esrh. For ore cash will be paid ; for the oilier a superior house and lot in South Biooklyn will be exchanged. We hare other applications iu waiting, tome from cash pur chasers. and some for exchanges. We are about to issue an enlarged edition of the American Real EiT?Tr Turn, for gratuitona circulation in Europe aud America: persona having Heal Estate for sale, of any description, or situated in any purl of the country, art invited to send Ul a description, wuh price, terms, Itc. Onr terms of Agency are, tl for regiatering, and SI for each insertion ordered in the Advertiser, payable in ad vance; n nd when a sale is made to the person sent by us to puicbaae, a commission, on improved property of two and and a half per cent?on new lands five per cent. Persons wishing to purchase, will please addreaa us by let ter, poll paid, and we will send Ihem a copy of the Adver tiser, and more particular information if desired. BUFKUM k Co.. 112 Broadway, New York, Express Building. jell irdfcl'w*rc FUK.NII'UKK rOK HAL.E.?Selected furniture of * housekeeper giving np house, on Monday the 11th of June, at II) o'clock, <? Pike Slip. je|j|t?re FOUND ADRIFT. N Tuesday laat. the 9th inst., an old COAL BAROE and a small BATTEAU, at (^narantine land, Staten Island Kiinnireof Joseph M. Lymon or Jamea McOee, at Qmrsnnne Landing jel!3t*r A KUKMidhU ROOM TO LET, in the neighborhood of the Battery, and conve nient to business?a neatly furnished room, iu a house where there are no boardera. Appl y at 38 Pearl street. ;eH l?'m fU |(t TO LEND O.N Btl.NU ANU MOKT \J\J\7 OAOE, in sum* to anit applicants, on pro ductive Heal Estate, in this city and Brooklyu. Apply to 9. 8 BROAD, No. II Wall street, in the Croton Water Office, ImifTncnf. mv?d lw*rc J. WAKAVlblY, GOLD k. SILVER REFINER, Aaaayerand Sweep Smel ter. Office, 17 JOHN Street, New York. 1 O" Fine tfold, Rolled Silver, Rouge and Ctweiblee, al wayaouhand tayJ lm*rre o LATE8T INTELLIGENCE. HIGHLY IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE FROM jWASHINGTON, THE PRELIMINARY SETTLEMENT OF THE ^OREGON {.QUESTION zxr IBS IBVAVS. THE GREAT QUESTION OF THE DAY. The great question of the session is settled.? The Senate have saved the country from a war, and secured an honorable adjudication ol a much vexed question. The Senate lias given the advice, relative to the Oregon question, to the President by the consti tutional majority, and a treaty will immediately be framed on the terms offered by Great Britain. The vote was 38 ayes to 12 nays. Mr. Corwin was absent from sickness. Mr. Burrow and Mr. Crittenden absent in Virginia. A fourth whig vote could have been obtained if it hud been necessa ry. Mr. Atchison did not vote, and Mr. Bright was absent. This intelligence will send a thrill of pleasure throughout the length and breadth of the Union. In relation to the above, we take the following from the Washington Union of Friday night:? Kr mors.?It ii rumored over this city, though we have no official authority for the statement, and will not vouch for the truth of it, that the 8c nate of the Lnited States has been engaged in closed doors for three days pa?t on a message from the President of the United State*, con sulting them about the propriety of accepting terms^pro posed bv Mr. Pakenham for thj adjustment or the Oregon 'mention. There are dilferont rumors about the pro cue character of the proposition. It Is said ??nate Washington this evening, imm?4Utly altar the senate ailiourned at 6 o'clock, that they advised the President to accept the proposition by a vote of 3# to >*! We cannot consent to keep these important rumors from although we hare no official evidence for them, and have had no sort of communication upon this wntwlthaDy member either of the Senate or of the adin.nis rationi_ We understand that the Senate adjourned over till Mon day. I'lie Vote on the Oregon (Question. Philadelphia, June 13, 1846. The vote in the Senate, advising the President to compiomise the Oregon controversy, is as fol lows : Yeas?Messrs. Archer, Ashley, Benton, Bern en, Bagby, J. M. Clayton, T. Clayton, Calhoun, Cameron, Colquitt, tfix, Dayton, Davis Evans, Green, Gen. Houston. Haywood, Huntington, Jar nagan, Johnson, of Md., Johnson, of La., Lewis, Mx-Dutfie, Mangum, Morehead, Miller, Niles, Pearce, Pennybacker, Phelps, Rusk, Sevier, Speight, Simmons, Turney, Webster, Wood bridge, Yulee?38. , . . , . Nays?Messrs. Allen, Atchison, Atherton, Breese, Cass, Dickinson, Jeness, tairfield, Stur geon, Semple?10. Mr. Hannegan refused to vote, and Messrs. Bar row, Chalmers, Crittenden, Corwin, Bright, Westcott, Upliam?7. Washington, June 12??iP. M. The Ore eon Question?The Courte of the Senate. 1 did not write, because my own judgment was n doubt ns to important matters connected wittt the great question, which is now pending. ince then, I have conferred personally with more than twenty Senators and can now speak with more confidence. ? , , . ? The terms before the benate, though not in orm, are substantially the ultimatum of the rSn tish ministry. They were not put in shape, be cause Sir Robert Peel did not desire to embarrass his successor with any committal to his policy, or to leave the responsibility of a war upon the shoul ders of his friend, if one should grow out ol it. Last night a good feeling prevailed as to the re sult?had a vote been taken yesterday, the two thirds could have been obtained, but one difficul ty is now to be apprehended, and that is as to the amendments which may be otlered. This may be news to the country, but mtorma tion is in possession of tho Senate, showing that Sir Robert Peel will probably resign within thirty days. A portion of the tones have signified to Lord John Russell and his friends, they will form a coalition to expel the ministry whenever they are ready. Sir Robert is opposed to this condi tion of things, and will be apt to take the Home Labor Bill, as the chance to declare himself lully, and to relinquish the Premiership. Great Britain asks for the navigation of the Co lumbia river during the charter oft he Hudson s Bay Company, which expires in 1863, (and not in 18S3, as you printed me.) Some Senators fear this stipulation would cover a renewal of the charter. The legal opinion is that it would not. Those who raise the objection desire to insert a clause to that effect. This would involve the ne cessity of returning the proposition to England ; for Mr. Pakenham's hands are tied as to any a - teration. This difficulty will, I hope be obviated The proposition of England submits, that her privilege of navigating the Columbia never shall be subject to the United States laws of naviga tion and revenue, now in existence, but no farther restriction shall be imposed without the reierence to this right. The article stipulating for remu neration for British settlement below the line ol 49 deg , provides ior compensation for any Ame rican province North of it. The following is the most reliable account ol the opposition as it now stands : Messrs. Fair field, Atherton, Dickinson, Sturgeon, Cameron, Cass, Atchinson, Breese, Semple, Allen and Han negan, and Mr. Bright also, but he is still absent in Virginia, and is not expeated before Monday. The following are doubtful -. Messrs. Bagby, Turney, Westcott and Simmons. 1 he last will probably go right on the great struggle. Mr.Barrow and Mr. Crittenden are absent at Portress Monroe, and will not return before Monday. Mr.Lvans is ex pected back to-day, and then the i^enate is ac counted for as lull. Mr. Atchison has paired oft with Mr. Crittenden. The wings will relieve him. if the constitutional majority can be obtained without his vote; if not, he will be kept in du rance vile." . The fifty-four forties declnre open war upon the Administration. The Tariff may now be regarded as nearly safe, and your Collector, Mr. Horn, may expect decapitation whenever his nomination is called up. A formal vote in the Senate may b e expected to-day. Washington, June 12, 1846. Jucunda rtrum vicinitudo?Jxicundum cognitu at que awl the?Hnzsah ! Yes, indeed. They are going to do it. There was a very strong report in town to-night at the adjournment of the Senate, that they had agreed to advise tha President affirmatively upon the protocol of Mr. Pakenham?33 to 10. Adjourned over to Monday. Certes, when the question comes to the proposition of Mr. Pakenhani or nothing, tho following will be about the strength of that irresistible radical combination in tho Senate, which threatened in less than six months to hurry the nation, noltnt volent, into a contest with the whole civilized world, upon the question of the annexation, instanter, ol the entire Ameri can continent, with a most awful squinting at Hayti and the Island of Cuba?the following will be ?he vote against oonceding New Caledonia itnd Frazer's river to be the rightful projierty by occupation and settlement of her Britannic Majes ty's subjects, to wit:? Messrs. Allen, who says the only impediment to a ?ettleinent will bn that the American Senate may insist on the British government taking more than Mr. Pakenham is willing to accept?Cass, who is supposed to be repentant, notwithstand ing his late uncompromising attitude?Hanne gan, the most consistent, and unquestionably a sincere believer in our title to the Russian Breese, who took his position in obedience to Illi nois, without presuming to more knowledge than his constituents?Semple, who, after the endorse ment of Mr. Gilpin's rhapsodies upon our " un transacted do?tiny," i? bound to stand up to 54 40 ?Cameron, who is pledged to sustain the August letter of M". Buchanan?Fairfield, who has gone too far to recede {vide the ten war steamer?)? Atherton and Jenncss, from indignation at the Northeastern boundary being settled by Mr. Webster?and our vigilant Senator Dickinson, who, since his onslaught with the orator or Marshfteld, has become a champion with the ad vocates of the " whole or none. Atchison is doubtful. He is a man of calcula tion, though a filly-four man. Westcott is "mighty unsartin. He lias a way of his own upon all questions. Ashley, we think, will go the treaty. If the Senate were full the vote would be most probably 45 to 11, allowing two of the doubtful to fo with tin- majority; the minority, however, may >e reduced to seven, and thus will end the clamor of 54 40. Truly may we say in the language of old Bullion, "Oh mountain, that was delivered of a mouse, henceforth thy name is 54 40." Thit treaty will bring the Mexicans at once to terms The following paragraph throws consi I derable illumination upon this point. It from a lata letter from Mexico:? " A letter from Tepic, dated the 'J6th of April, Myi that Admiral Seymour, whose arrival at Mazatlan we have announced, ii concentrating at that port a fleet which will consist of the Collingwood, of 80 guns; the America and Grampus, of SO gun? each, and (even other veisela of war of smaller class, but which will carry the total of the gun. of that fleet up to 340. The Admiral has be sides four steamers at hia disposal. The Mexicans argue from this large force that England is sure to declare war on the Oregon question. Tnii idea ha? been a favorite one with them all aloug, and i* certainly influencing their hope* cf success in the war with u?." Tlie Oregon Treaty will dispel this illusion, anil show the Mexican Government, that a speedy peace or a speedy extinction are the only alterna tives from which to make a selection. It is indeed surmised that Mr. Pakenham, after the settlement of the Oregon question, will propose his mediation between the United States and Mexico. But there will be no necessity for it, nor do we suppose that without advisement he will hastily interfere. We take occasion to announce, for reliable in. formation, the indomitable bravery of Hon. Seth Barton, Solicitor of the Treasury, in a great vic tory he has recently achieved over a messenger in his department. John Pnillips, the messenger of Chas. B. Penrose, w&s retained, of course, by Mr. Barton, while his own confirmation was held in abeyance : but after the Senate had approved him, there being no further dnnger of "a lire in his rear," he boldly ejected Mr. Phil lips and uppointed a Mr. Isaac Ankeny, of Car lisle, Pa., in his place. Salary $500 a year. For the moral courage exhibited in this removal, Mr. Barton will stand exalted by an admiring posteri ty. Examples like this are well adapted to shed undying lustre over the history of this administra tion. Our private opinion is, that it was an ex ceedingly small potntse proceeding. Mr. Bancroft has done nothing quite so small as this, though we regard his prosecution of Captain Voorhees as a persecution, unjustified and unmerited, if not absolutely tyrannical. We shall probably have to begin soon to scour up our old armor, and to take into hand certain detergent olficials, in a manner that will contri bute somewhat to the public service. We learn that Kane of the "Kane letter," has succeeded to the place of Randall as District Judge of Philadelphia, and that he is nominated for tne office. TWENTY-NINTH CONOKK8S. In Nenate. Washington, June IS, 1840. ilONIFICANT MOVrMtJtT. Mr. Allen submitted a resolution that the 40th rule of the Senate, which require* that in consideration of exe cutive business, the door* of the Senate shall he closed agajnst the public, be rescinded, and that the door* of the Senate shall bo open during the session of the Sen ate, upon any buiineai whatsoever. A V oice?Let it lie over. Mr Sfeioht? Oh ! let us have it?let's have it We might as well have it now as at any time. The resolution lies over. ELIJAH white's CASE. The bill for indemnification of Kl^f^h White, lato Sub-In dian Agent in Oregon, for a robbery which ho suffered from the I'awnee Indians, while journeying from Oregon across the prairies, on his way to Washington, was this morning taken up on the question of its Anal passage, and rejected? 2*2 to 45. The ground of the rejection of the bill is that Dr. White was not travelling under the authority of the gov ernment at the time of tne robbery, but on his own pri vate responsibility. FORT BIOWK?PALO ALTO, AM) RESACA DE LA PALMA. Two messages were reported from the President, ono of an Executive character, and one covering detailed oftloiul despatches of the recent splendid operations of the army on the Rio Grande, under General Taylor. Order ed to be printed. Mr. Ashley reported a bill which was supposed to have a bearing in regard to " those bonds." A lot of private cases wero disposed of. The supplemental army bill, with the agreement of the House to certain amendments of the Senate, and its dis agreement to others, was reported. The matters in is sue will therefore be left to a committeo of conference, and when their report shall have been agreed upon, wo shall give you the bill as finally passed. MORE HOOKS. A joint resolution reported from the Judiciary Com mittee by Mr. Ashley, providing for the purchase and distribution of certain law books among the States, com ing up? Mr. advocated the measuro, upon the general Eround of the utility to the people of these books ; and scause some thirteen States had given instructions, or requests, equivalent to instructions, for the distribution proposed. Mr. Benton was oppoaed to the whole schemo. And the idea that instructions from the State Legislatures upon the subject of buying books of a bookseller to distribute among the lawyers, was preposterous. The great right of instruction was intended for great princi ples, and not to be used in a book speculation. This it a bill, sir, buying books of a bookseller, to give away among the lawyers. Last year we printed a largo extra quantity of a book for the farmers; and this year wo were called upon to print another of the same sort, and we wero told that it would be of the same size. But it turns out to be double tho size. And the profits from the printing of that book exceed the profits of the best farm in Arkansas or Misiouri for a life time?a farm in Mis souri, with a hundred slaves upon it, would not yield a tithe of the profit of the extra printing of this single book. (Report of the Patent Office.) No, kir, a turm of u hundred sluves, would hardly make as much money in u life time. Having thus distributed books to the farmers, we come now to the lawyers?next we suppose the phy sicians will come in for a share, and so all professions in their turn, air. Mr. Sevier.?And a nautical almanac. Mr. Benton.?Yea, sir, my friend says a nautical alma nac. We shall next publisn a nautical almanac. Now for fifteen year* 1 have made war on this book-printing? this promiscuous printing, sir?and tho old members havo found it out; but then the new members are always ap plied to by these book men. They get hold of them, sir. As for myself, 1 believe I am regarded as the tx-officio guardian of these measures. I was juit now, air, sitting out there u|>on the sofa, when the Senator from Arkansas came out and touched me upon tho shoulder, and said that one of my bills was up. [Here Mr. Sevier com menced laughing, and continued as if his tides were splitting.] It is called one of my bills, sir. The Senator may laugh for the burden of proof is against me. 1 have learned of one of these book transactions, which illus trates this business to some extent. A member of Con gress?1 shant give you his name, sir, sold out his rever sionary right, sir, to a book, the extent of the printing of which no man can tell?he sold out his right, sir, estima ted, at least, at >220, tor ton dollars in hand?cash in hand, lie sold out at the other end of the avenue for ten dollars. The abuse of this book business is as scandalous as it is notorious, and as notorious as it is scandalous. You may take it backwards or forwards, sir. 1 do hope and trust in Ood that we shall stop this business. As to instruc tions from the.States lor parcels of books?State Legisla tures instructing the National Legislature?if they un dertake to instruct me, i would demur?if any instruc tions come to me about a book I have never seen, I shall put in a demurrer. Mr. Allen moved to lay the wholo on tbe table. Mr. Benton?Never to riae again. Mr. Ashley appealed that the motion be withdrawn, in order to some reply to the remarks ot the Senator from Missouri. Mr. BsaaiEN seconded this appeal, as a member of the judiciary committoe from which the resolution emana ted, providing lor thia purchase and distributions of the laws, lie. Mr. Allen in deference to the request of the Senator withdrew the motion, to renew at the earliest opportu nity. * Mr. Berrien waived his remarks upon the subject for the present, and moved an Executive Session. And tho Senate went into Kxecutive Session upon the protocol of Mr. l'akeuham, at hali'-past one o'clock, 1*. M. House of Rep 4 ?huUUti i. Washington, June l'i, 1840. THE TABirr?THI UNION1! VERACITY IMPEACHED?A DE FENCE or THE MILITARY COMMITTEE BT A GALLANT GEORGIAN. Mr. Haiialson, of Georgia, and Chairman of the Com mittee on Military Attain, united leave to make a person al explanation. Mr. McKay, Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, had made a motion to go into Committee of the Whole, lor the purpose of taking up the navy appropria tion bill) ami, unwilling to give way, lieing anxious that it should be passed witn the least possible delay, he sug gested that tue gentleman could make his explanation at a subsequent jieriod of tbe day. [Voices?" Hotter doit now."j And be took the occasion to remark that, on Monday next, he should press the consideration ol the bill to reduce the duties on imports levied under the act ol l?4'i. [" Oh, you've come out at last."j Mr. Daniel arose?Mr. dpeuker The Speaker?Xhe gentleman from Georgia has the floor. Mr. Daniel?As my colleague (Mr. McKay) has given a notice, 1 deem it my duty to give notwe that 1 shall move to proceed to the consideration ol bill* on the pri vate calendar. Mr. Haralson remarked that, having noticed a certain artiele in the Ulobt of yesterday?[A voice?" The Uniin, you mean"j?he thought it nocessary to make an explanation somewhat personal, and in which every member ol the Military Committoe was implicated or in terested. The editorial to which bo alluded, in comment ing on a letter Irom lien. Taylor, dated tue 18th of May, sa>*:?" It will be seen from th.i letter, that it was very uuiortunate that he was not supplied with a ponton train whicli wothl have enabled him to pursue the enemy across the Rio (Jrande, and greatly improve the results of his victory. Having made enquiry on the subject,wo have ascertained that u was a source of no less regret to the War Department than to lien. Taylor, that it possess ed neither tne power nor the means of providing him with such a train. Its great uselulness and unpoitance in military operations, has, we understand, been long known to the Department, and various efforts have been made to induce Congress to make provision for it. * * * * This . ecoinin?ndation was follow ed up by earnest and repeated efforts by the Depart ment to induce its sanction by Congiese; and tho Secretary of War no Itn than thru timet, in thu early part ol the session, addressed the appropriate com mittee on the subject, urging tbe importance t>l this mea sure and reminding them that the General, commanding the army in Texas, had called lor this essential uqui|> nicnt to his miiitaiy operations," etc. Now, he did not wish to trespass on the detail* ol thu Secretary ol War, and he would willingly concede that the secietary had discharged his duty on the subject, but he was unw tiling that it should l>e done at the expense of the Committee on Military Affairs. It wan due mat the lucts should be stated in connection w ith tins subject; and the t ommittee on Military Affairs had directed him to ?a> , that wituin less than two weeks alter the report of the rtecretaiy of War was printed and hud on the table) ol members at the commencement of the session, a bill ou tbe subject?a ponton train?was reported by the Committee to the House. This was on the 19th of December, and was in troduced by Mr. Burt, and before tas printed annual ' message and the accompanying documents reached the Houm. It wu in anticipation of A refe ranee of the ?ub ject to the Committee On the itth of January, a bill was reported to the ilouae from the Senate on thi?i subject Effort* were made by the gontleman from Ohio, (Mr. #rinkerhoff,) anil the gentleman from South < arolina, (Mr. Burt,) aa well us himself. it would be lemembered, to procure the action of the House on the measure. Its importance wu felt, no more by the Secretary of Wai than by the committee themselves. it was due to the Committee to itate. that it ? u not within their recollec tion that their attention had been three time* drawn to it He trusted that proper credit would be accorded to the committee for hjving discharged their duties promptly and properly to the country, and that they were not ob noxious to the charge contained in the editorial to which he had adverted. The question wai then taken on the motion of Mr. McKay, to go into Covimittee of the Whole on the State of the I'uion. and it was decided in the negative?Aye*, M; noes, t*3. * TKi^iiruariTiov ok united states mails in Occam STEAMERS. Mr T. B. Kino, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, aske J and obtained leave to report a bill to authorize and require the Secretary of the Navy, to enter into certain coutracts for the transportation of the United State* mails in ocean steamer*. The first section provide* that immediately after the passage of this act, the Secretary shall accept the pro posals of K. K. Collins, of New York, to the Postmaster General, for the tramportation of the United State* mails between New York and Liverpool, and contract with him for the faithful performance of the duties. 2. To contract with A. U. Sloo for the transportation of the United States mails between New York aud Havre, between New \ ork and New Orleans, and intermediate port* of Norfolk, Charleston, Savannah, and Havana,and between New Orleans and Chugres, or Belize, in ac cordance with the proposition addressed to the Hon. J. E. Holmes, of the Committee on Naval Affairs. 3. The steamers to bo employed by Collin* in the tramportation of the mail* between New York and Li verpool, *hal I receive four passed Midshipmen of the United States Navy, who shall serve as watch officers, and be accommodated on board said vessels without charge to the government. 4. The steamers to be employed by A. G. Sloo shall bo commanded by navy officers, to bo selected by and with the advice and consent of the Secretary of the Navy, and each steamer shall receive and accoinmod?te. with out charge to the government, four paused midshipmen, who shall serve as watch officer*, 6 Kach steamer employed in the trans|iortation of tho mails shall receive and accommodate on board, without chargo to the government, one or more agents to be ap pointed by the Postmaster General, who shall, under his | direction, have charge of mails on those routes where the postage i* to be received by the government. 6. That all mailable matter carried in *aid steamer* between New York or other ports of the United States and lluvana, shall pay tho same rates of pottage a* are now required by law to be paid from New York to New Orleans. 7 A hundred and fifty thousand dollar* are appropriat ed to carry into eilect the provision* of the act. THE REPORT or THE COMMIT! EE. Mr. Kino, of Georgia, alio accompanied the bill with a highly interesting report, the result of much labor and research, and marked by great ability. The bill was referred to tho Committee of the Wholo on the State of the Union, and the repert ordered to bo . printed. THE SUPPLEMENTAL WAR BILL. The House took up the bill supplemental to the art for prosecuting the war existing between the United States and the Republic of Mexico ; and acted on tho amendments which had been disagreed to by the Senate. The House refused to recede from its amendment to the first section, viz : " Provided, That when tho war with Mexico shall ter minate, the number of major generals in tho army shall bo reduced to one. and the number of brigadier generals shall be reduced to two ; and tho President of tho United State* is authorized and directed to select from the whole number which may then be in office, without regard to the date of their commission*, the number to be retained, and catue the remainder to be discharged from the ser ?ice of the United State*." The question was taken by yoai and nay*?yeas 02, nays 83. The first section, as agreed on bv the two Houses, pro vide* for an addition to uie army ot one major general and two brigadier general*. Tho House receded from several of it* amendments. A " PLATE OK *OUP 5" The following being'under consideration : " That from and after the passage of this act, no officer in the army of the United States, not actually engaged in prosecuting or aiding in carrying on hostilities against the public ene my, shall be entitled to receive more than eight rations per day, or commutation therefor " Mr. Gordon said he saw no necessity for receding from it An officer should not receive more rations than a common soldier, unless it could be proved that he ate more. [Laughter.] 1 hope, said he, the House will in sist A Voice?" An officer may cat more soup." " Yes, a hasty plate of soup." [Laughter.] Mr. Tibbatts gave a reason why an officer should re ceive the number of ration* specified, but it was not heard by the reporter. Mr. O, H. Houston, (in his'seat.) Oh, add "a hasty plate of soup !n And the echo said " soup Tho House refused to recede from its amendment.? Yeas 73, nays 92. The result was ordered to be communicated to the Senate. THE INOERSOLL COMMITTEE?MR. WEBSTER?THE RE PORT?THE RESULT. Mr. Sciience, from tho Select Committee, asked leave to make a report. Objection being made, he said he rose to a question of privilege. Mr. Hopkins.?I hope the gentleman will not mako tho report. The gentleman from Pennsylvania, (Mr. C. J. Ingersoll,) I understand, is not now in tho city, having left for Philadelphia yesterday, in consequence of a se vere family affliction. I repeat, I hope the report will not bo pfessed in his absence. Mr. Dobbin, (one of the Committee.) The gentleman from Pennsylvania was aware that the report would be made. The Speaker.?The report will be made. Mr.ScHENcK sent the report to the Clerk's table, and said, I move that the resolution appended be alopted. Mr. Brodhead.?I ask for the reading of tho report and resolution. Mr. Houston, of Alabama.?Oh, no ; only the resolu tion. The resolution wai read?that the report and record of proceeding* of the committee, and all the testimony, lie printed for the line of the Home, and that the Speaker furnish a copy of the tame, when printed, \p the Presi dent of the united States and the Secretary ol State, and that the committee be discharged from the further con sideration of the aubject. Mr. Rockwell, of Connecticut?I hope the report will bo read. The SrEARER.?'The question is on reading tho re port. (Voices?" Let's hear it." " It's a short one V etc ) The rending of the report was ordered ; and it is sub stantially as follows, viz :? The Select Committee appointed to inquire how cer tain information was obtained by the Hon. C. J. Inger soil, from papers and accounts in the State Department, which the Trusi4ent declined to submit to the House, re port : that immediately aftor thoir appointment, they proceeded to make the investigation, and have been assiduously engaged ever since in the performance of the duty. They applied to all sources for information, and examined witnesses able to throw light on the sub ject, and submit the result in a mass of testimony. After much consideration the committee present the evidence, without stating their conclusions, which can be adduced by the House itself from the testimony ; and, therefore, they deem it most proper to forbear any comment what ever. They leave it to the House to take such order and action in the premises as occasion may seem to require, and present a full record of all their proceedings and the testimony taken. Inasmuch as some portion implicates one or more subordinates in the State Department, as to permitting access to the rccordi, the committee propose that a copy of the report and testimony, when printed, be furnished the President and the Secretary of State The resolution was again read. Mr. K ennedy.?Now read the evidence. Mr. Houstom, of Alabama.?I move to lay the report and resolution on the table, and that they be printed.? [Cries of " Oh, no."] Mr. Kkrnedt.?1 want the testimony read, before I rote for the printing. Mr. ScHEftca.?Mr. Speaker The Hfeaeer.?The motion is not debatable. Mr. Sc.Hr.jrcE.?I am desired to say that it is the unani mous report of the committee, and signed by all, and con curred in by all the members. Mr. Thurmais.?I would suggest that my friend from Ohio The Speaker?The question is not debatable. Mr. Thcrma*.?I don't propose to ilgbate it. Mr. Kennedy.?I want trie evidence read Mr. Tnurman?I appeal to my friend to defer making the repoit until the return of the gentleman from Penn sylvania, (Mr. Ingersoll.) The SPKAara ?The question is, that the report and testimony be laid on the table and printed. Mr. Houston, of Alabama.?1 don't so understand it. There were calls for a division of the quostion all over the House. The report was ordered to lie on the table, nnd the question now recurring on ordering the testimony and report to be printed, Mr. Kenkedt inquired whether he could aot call for the reading of the testimony ? The Seearer replied, that the gentleman could du so if he were called on to rote. The report and testimony were then ordered to be ptinted. [The report is sigaed by Messrs. Schenck, Mcllvane, ami Rockwell, u? Connecticut, whigs, and Messrs. Dobbin and Stanton, democrats. The testimony re veals the fact that N. P. Trist, the chief clerk of the State Department, loaned to Mr. C. J. Ingersoll, or Eermitted him to see the letter of .Mr. F. O. J Smith, for Is private information, as the basis of the resolution which he subsequently offered. It appear* that the dav after Mr. Webster made his onslaught on Mr. Ingersoll, Mr Stuhbs, a clerk in tho State Department, voluntarily waited on Mr. Ingersoll, and informed him of certain vouchers and accounts of Mr. Webster in the Depart ment.] rai!STi"<o the laws?a rni*r or order?a r alsevisod. Mr. McCli.llaud" arose and addressed "Mr. Speaker." Mr. WiNTiiRor did the same, and said he hud a point of order. Mr. SoHEitcK, (who had arisen)?I have a point of order. The SrEARER.?The gentleman's turn will be after the gentleman from Massachusetts. [Laughter.) Mr. Schekcx ?I have a question of pririlege. Mr. WiisTHRor.?1 also hare a question of pririlege Mr. Hcheiscr -Has the motion of the select committee been agreed to 1 The Srr.ARER ?The report has been laid on the table and ordered to be printed. ? Mr. ih-Htsct ? Ah ! (and took hia seat.) Mr. Wi!?THaor ? I understand the printing of the laws to be in order. I ask whether I can call up that question ' The SrEARER.?If the gentleman claims the floor he can do so. Mr. Wiisriiaor.?I do. When the morning hour ex pired? The Srr.ARt.R.?The morning hour has Just com menced. (Laughter.) Messrs. Wiathrop, Houston, Oordon, and Hudson, spoke on the subject until the expiration of the morning hoar. In the course of the debate, something like the following took place ..... Mr. Houston, of Alabama, in reply to Mr. Hudson, ac cused him of special pleading unj u.u 'urry friend near him (Mr. <iordonl had fallen into error. Mr. ( i arose -If the gentleman araiwea mc of sueci. plcal; ; I can but aay he is guilty of pettifog K'"K Ifr. IIovstom.?It i* a contemptible falsehood. Mr. Oohdoi.?A wounded man will show his suffering by getting mad Mr Hoi-stoh.?A mail who will tell a falsehood haa not courage enough to stand up to it. The Srnntn rapped to order, and Mr. llo'i'ttoi saii he intended no disrespect to tba gentleman from Massachusetts, (Mr. Hudsou i A lium MI.LIAL TO TMK KRAIE. Mr. Hi *t, of New Vork, moved to suspend the rules, but the motion did not prevail, to introduce a resolution authorizing the President to procure and present to each of the non-commissioned officer*, musicians, and private*, who ao gallantly fought in the battlea of the 3th and Hth of May on the Rio lirande, a silver medal. isiotiitatKr or lonuitai. Mr. A. St??aaT asked leave to aubmlt a rr?elution that the two Houaei of Congiets adjourn on the 44th of July nest. Objection being made, he moved a suspen sion of the rule* ; but it waa refused- yeas 37, nays a'.', not two thirdi. daily Hei'a or mektiku. After several pro|>oaitions had been ottered for the daily hour ol meeting, the House agreed to 10 o'clock. i.iiiEAsi: or rar. Mr. Uhinkkbhoi'p asked leave to introduce a bill to in crease the pay of the rank and tile of the army, and that of the volunteers and militia, two dollar*, iu addition to what they are now by law allowed. The House refused to suspend the rule* for the recep tion of tho Resolution. OFFICIAL ACCOUNT OF Tilt HATTI KS. A message waa received from the President of the Uni ted States, communicating official despatches received from Oenerul Taylor, giving detailed report* of the ope rations of the army, aud particularly the reoent engage ments between the Mexican und United Stutoa troops on tho Rie Orande, which were laid on the table and order ed to be printed. A TRIBUTE TO TMK SOLDIIR. Mr. Davis, of Mississippi, made an ineffectual etfort to introduce n series of resolutions, via 1. A gold medal to Oeneral Taylor; 'J Bron/e medals, made of the bomb* thrown into Fort Brown, and the field pieces raptured ; 3. The nearest friends of those who w ere wounded and have since died to be thus honored ; 4. A aword of honor to each of the officers. Two or three private bills were passe.1, and it twenty minutes past three o'clock the House adjourned. Baltimore, June IS, IMA. Dull weather?Jlnother ridiculoui icrdict? Stewart't caie ? Ship ready to launc/i?the National Birth day?Mar ket!, Stock board, fc. After about fifty hours drizzling raia the weather atlll continue* dark, damp and heavy. The proipect* for a change for the better are equally unpropitiou* at pre sent. Tlio justice and equity of Baltimore wa* again aullied yesterday by one of those daily mockerie*, a " trial by jury." The jury in the case of young Dull, who had been absent about forty hour*, returned fo court with a verdict of "not guilty." He was tried for causing the death of John W. Lcdmun, by stabbing him in the heart with a dirk knife. The fact of his having stabbed Ledmtin waa not denied, though somo trifling evidence waa introduced to make it a case of selfdefeace. Tho facts of the caae were, that Dull was enamoured of a young prostitute, whom l.edinun had sitting in his lap. He pulled her oj| iu a fit of jealousy. I.edmun junijied up and caught hold of him, and the witnesses thought he w as about throw ing Uull down, when the latter atabbed him. But the fact ia, thero haa not been a just verdict rendered ill aay important case in Baltimore, with the exception of Horn and McCurry, since the far-famed compromiae verdict in the case of William Stewart. By the way, let me aak again, for the forty-fifth time, what has become of the promised dying protestation and statement of Stewart, with regard to the murder of his father ? Messrs. Ooodwyn it Richardson have on the stock* a fine bark of i'JO tons burthen, which they expect to launch this afternoon. She is coppered and copper fas tened, was built for Messrs. William Howell &. Hons, of this city, and will be called the Christiana. Meair*. Abrahams (Ic Cooper have also ready at their yard, for launching, a fine brig of 430 tons burthen, built for Messrs. Hooper kt Cheeshorough, of thi* city. They also expect to launch her tills afternoon. We are to have a great celebration of the 4th of July in this city. About one dozen military companiea from the country will be in town, all our o'ld companies will be on parade, with eight or ten new one*, in connection with whom a civic /iroceacion will be formed, and au oration delivered by Thos. Yate* Walsh, Ksq. Thi: Markets.?Flour has declined since last week, City Mills having sold at $4, Howard itreet $3 76 to $3 87} and Susquehaana at $4. The lowest quotation for Howard street is for a few hundred barrel* sold oa Thursday. The inspections of Hour for the week com prise 13.972 barrels and 434 half do. There were also inspected 99 barrels of rye flour, and 10 hogsheads, 136'J barrel* corn me^l. Whisky is only in moderate re quest, and sold at 19} cents in hogsheads and 20} in bar rels. Stock Board ?There has been a continued rise in the stock market for the past few days, and tho week closes with firmness in most descriptions?the bidding at the Stock Board spirited, and out door transaction* more nu merous. The prospect of a speedy settlement of the Oregon question, with indications of moro ease in ths money market, has operated in favor of sellers?buyers are numerous City 6 per cents of 1890 have touched 9ti with small sale* ; buyers at the close at 97}. 08} sellers. For 6'* of 1870 and Pleasure 6'*, % offered. Ftve per cts. 79 bidy-83 asked. Pmii.adbi.phia, June 13,1840. Since your Philadelphia correspondent ha* been en deavoring to amuse the readers of the Herald, several articles have appeared in two of the catchpenny publi cations of Philadelphia, vilifying a gentleman who ia entirely innocent of any participation in the letters they condemn. Had the abuse been cast upon the individual who has the pleasure of being the author of the letters referred to, not ono word would have boon said in rela tion to the subject-, and I only make this mention to in duce them to pick their flints and try again, but first to know who they are firing at before fixing their aim. I M. P. Mitchell, Ksq , the present proprietor of the U States Hotel, gave a handsome entertainment this morn ing, to the members of the press, and his friend*. He en tered on the proprietorship on Wednesday laat, and the house-warming of to-day was in commemoration of th? event. He promises to bo an extremely popular hoat, both from hit manners being those of a polished gentle man, and the prompt attention to the wants of his guests, which he inculcates to the undeilings in his service.? Mr. West, late of the Kxchangc Hotel, Baltimore, asso ciated with Mr. Mitchell, is so well known to the travel ling community, that little need be said of his abilities to oversee the department placed under his charge. Tha furniture of the ladies' parlor has been furnished by Mr. Crawford Riddle, and is magnificent?it surpasses all that can lie seen in this city. Tho steamboat Rip Van Winkle, Capt. Fury, from your city, arrived hero yesterday, and will soon commonca her trips to Cajie May, which are to continue throughout the bathing season. There is to he considerable compe tition, this season, among the Cape May boats. The Bal timore line are to have two boats on, the Ohio and Goo. Washington ; and the Portsmouth, Ca^. Devoe, will ma as asual. * The report of the nomination And confirmation of John K. Kane, Ksq , as Judge of the (J. 8. Circuit Court, as re ported yesterday, seems not to have much foundation-, at least it needs confirmation. Tho latest rumor, raised through mischief, however, is to the effect, that J. 8. Cohen, En., the present Prothonotary of the District Court, had been nominated bv the President The mem bers of the bar, and others, have l>een quizzing Mr. Cohen all the morning bv congratulating him upon tho honor conferred. He takes the juke quite coolly, how ever, and blames Major Christy as being the author of the report, in revenge for a jmn he had perpetrated ? Speaking of the probability or tho Major's going into service tinder General Taylor, in the Mexican army, ho thought his friend should be posted at Corpus Christi, but whether or not, he would advise him to take care of his corpus. Some excitement was occasioned in Southwark and Moyamensing, yesterday afternoon, by the arrests muda by the police ol the former district, at the fire, of which 1 inlormed you. The persons who were arrested, con tending that the Superintendent of Police had exceeded his authority in tuking them in custody without any vio lation of law having been committed on their |>art, after they had been released on bail, in turn sued hiin for as sault and battery, and false arrest*. The arrest of Arohy t oi/cm, whose name alone has sufficed to scare the row dy boy* for many years past, was an arreat which affor ded extreme gratification, and hi* progresa from ono Al derman's office to another, wax attended by a large reti nue. He was held to bail by Aldorman Fletcher, of Moy amensing. to answer at Court the charges preferred against him. Stock* have advanced wonderfully thi* morning from the effect of the anticipated aettlement of the Oregon controversy ?the vote having been announced by tele graph. At the first board State 5'* sold at 69J; lj higher than yesterday. A considerable falling off occurred at the second board, but still the closing pncoa exhibited an advance on the price* of yesterday. Sales of Stock* at Philadelphia. Ji'jrr. 11? First Board? 10,000 State 4s, 69; MOO s5d?wn, 60*4 ; 70,000 do 69; 150 Planters' Bank, Miss, "i%; lll'S Bank, iS ; "W Reading Railroad, JiX; 147 North Amencsn Ins Co, 7 ; 1000 Lehigh l>s,56 ; IINM) do jiV ; SO Morris (.anal, IMiS 3? Harrisbuig Railroad. tt){ ; I,500 Wilmington Railroad, M , tt Commercial Bank, 49Ji. Am:* Mai.i s?too Reading Railroad, Jill Morris Ca nal. I5>i ; too Glrard Bk, 10% ; 4000 Reading Railroad Bonds, 7RU; 3000 do 7?. 8r.coMo Board?200 Vicksbnrg, 6W; J?00 Wilmtarton BR 6s, '55 7flK; 5000 Heading Railroad Bonds 6s, 77?<; 3 Philadel phia Bank, 10? ; 30 Farm (k Mech's Bank, 41 s * Harriatnsrc Railroad, I8J<; 100 Girard Bank. I01*; 2000 Lehigh ?*, J6 AfTr.R Sai.RS?300 Reading Railroad, 3} terest, 42 ; 1300 8ns. Canal notes, 3#J| ; 50Q 3JMi 15,000 State is, 6?H ""Natal.?The U.. S. brig Truxton, Commandor Carpender, dropped down to Hampton Roads yesterday afternoon, and will probably proceed to sea to-dav The following is k liat of hsr officer* Com mander Edw'd Carpender ; Lieutenant*. Bu*>rod W. Hunter. Otway H. Berryman ; Pur*er, Geo. F. Cutter ; p a Surgeon, J. 8 Mesaeramith ; Passed Midshipmen, j p lunkhead. G B. Biseell; Midshipmen. L. 8. Bassett, Isaac ft Briceland ; Passenger, Commander Alexander gjjdell McKenrie. Letters have bean received her? frose the U s. ship Jameitown, at Porto Praya, May 0th, all well.?Norfolk Btaron, June IX ArrotMTMKTT by thk Prrsipett.?James Fiora, of New York, to lie consul of the United State* for tha City of Manchester, England. TtMrraancc i* th* N*?v.?A tomperance society haa been formed on board the U. 8. ahlp Cvano, calle<V the "Waahington National Temperance Society ." Fifty one of the offlears and crew signed the total abitiaeac* pledge. *?; 313 Lehigh In eading Railroad.

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