Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 2, 1848, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 2, 1848 Page 1
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? TH Whole Sc. *SUS BY AN EXTRAORDINARY OVERLAND hxfxlbss, , VIA BOSTON, SPRINGFIELD AND NEW HAVEN. TO THK NEW YORK HERALD OFFICE. HIGHUT^INTERESTING INTELLIGENCE FROM EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF THK STEAMSHIP ACADIA AT jbs m. m w-m 'zmr'm. m jymj TUB FINANCIAL AFFAIRS OF EUROPE. . ANOTHER LIST OF FAILURES. Decline in the Price of Cotton. State of the Grain Markets. SURRENDER OF ABD-EL-KADER TO THE FRENCH. Terrible Wrecks and Loss of Life* AT MILAN* The Death of Madame Adelaide, of France. Health of the Queen of Spain. AFFAIRS IN ROME. Shipping Intelligence, I Ac. &C. Sic. The steamship Acadia, Captain Stone, arrived in Nantucket Roads, at 12 o'clock on Monday night, and anchored. Our special messenger immediately proceeded to her in a clipper schooner, obtained our papers, and started for Boston, where he arrived in time yesterday morning to take the mail train, via he Sj?ingfield and New Haven llailroad. He readied the office of the New York Herald at a eas table hour last evening, notwithstanding the severe enow storm and gale of wind. * The run over the Springfield and New Haven road was made in excellent time. We are thus, by the vigilance of our messcn* ger, and by the interruption in the telegraphic communication to Boston, enabled to place the I news before our readers, considerably in advance. Annexed are the passengers in the Acadia:? TUB PASKNGKRS BY THE ACADIA. Mr. Reynolds,J Mrs. Reynold*, L H Uostenhoffer. Miss R??nolds, MIm S?rab Miller, Mr* J. Watson. Jornph Held H B. Brack, H W. Mead. Mr. D-lm^tta, N Kaha, Thos. Harrison. Charles Lawson, Mr. Walter, U. Newsman. Berj Thornton, Mr Saronl, Dr. J. O Green. LjnJf, Kred. Loison, C. R Mathew. l'entley, C O Kenny, Rev. 8 H Glooester J Q Miller, Stephen Powell, Hitchcock Ithericgton Thos. Sorby, Bryden, W. J. Clark, Win Knight, Joha M Muters. Robt Kothergill, John Connolly, John Ksy. Osborne, Muller. There were five from Liverpool to Halifax, and six from Halifax to Boston. Our advices from London are to the 14tli, and ' from Liverpool to the 15th of January. The intelligence will be found to be of considerable interest. There had been a declinc in cotton. We annex the slate of the grain markets. The last accounts from Turin state that the King of Sardinia has become somewhat seriously indisposed. The Duchess of Savoy, hereditary princess, is in such an alarming state, that it has been considered necessary to offer up special public praycra in her be a e Princess, though an Austrian, has madeh ewelf very popular, in spite of the prejudices which exist against her country. The Pope lately conferred on her the "Rose of Honor." The Patria of Florence of the 5th, announces that Pontremoli has been formally delivered up to the Duke of Parina, by the Tuscan Commissioners, and that the pence of the town had not | been diiturbrd. We are informed by a Copenhagen letter of the tkh, that in the afternoon of that day the King of Denmark, on returning from a carriage drive, f suddenly found himself so unwell that his phy| sicians considered it necessary to bleed him imI mediately. | The winter has at last fairly beg'in at St PeH torsburgh, as the ice has closed the navigation H of the NevA, and interrupted the communication I between St. Petersburgh and Cronstsdt, though the river is not yet completely frozen over. Further accounts from Nuplee confirm the report of the Swiss in the service of the King having declared that they will never consent to act against the people, nnd add tin* intelligence had been received of another popular demonstration at Palermo. A letter from Rome states that the Tope has at length resolved to modify the organization of the Jesuits in such a way as to deprive the institution of a political character. The Hampden controversy has terminated in the signal discomfiture ol the revolting bishops, and the complete triumph of Lord John Russell and crown. The British steam-frigate Avenger has been totally lost. We deeply regret to say that the worst forebodings have been realized. The sacrifice of life has been immense; only four out of the crew of 270, viz: Lieut. F. Rooke; Mr. Lark ham, gunner; William Hill, steward; and James Morley, a boy, have been rescued from a watery grave. The Kibe, at Hamburgh, began to be frozen on the 20ih ult., and by the 22d the ice was sufficiently strong to bear small carts on it. The Papal government has subjected political journals, hitherto free from duty, to a tax of two b^joccln (a little more thin a penny) on each number. Sir John Franklin's Expedition.?The Plover, fitted at Sheerness to proceed in search of the above expedition, under the command of Lieutenant Moore, left Sheerness on the 1st inst. for Plymou h, where she will receive letters and despatches, uud her final orders for her voyage. Dr. Richardson is preparing for his overland journey and orders have been sent out to the Herald, 2?, surveying vessel, Captain Kellett, ('. H to proceed from the l'acific to Dehnng's straits, in search of the arctie voyagers. It is expected that these expeditions will ?cat ebove ?20,000. ...... IgggEgBB. J""1 E NE NEW News to the Latest moment. [Krom the Kuroptaa Timed, Jan. IS ] A letter from Toulon, of January 7 th, saye: "The HUthorities have received instructions relative Abd-eNKaker and his family. The Emir is to be transferred to-morrow to Fort Lainalgue, with his mother, lus three children, and his brother-in-law, Mustapha Ben Tchann. The other Arabs now at the Lazaretto ate to be sent to Fori Malbousquet." We have a letter from Rome, dated the 3J instant, which says:? " Wo have had a .tea* like those that marked the last J cars of the reign of Louis XVI. In Tarts. The mob, eaded by Cieerowhack, brought up on the first day of the year, a long demand of rights and concessions, resembling, in wild Incohercncy, the five points of your O'Coonurite ohartur. The civic guard, to the number of 0000 men. was cal'ed out to meet a supposed popular insurrection at the gates of the Quirinal. The doors were barred, and the rain dispersed th* orowd. Meantime the senator (mayor), I'rinoe Corsini, went through the streets hairanguing the mob. He tolJ them that the I'ope, whom he had just seen, had said, ' Io ??n con popolo e pir popolo ' A mob gathered round tbe olub of the Circolo Kommo, from tbe balcony of which the senator addrestcd the people. Silenzio! bawled out a brawny fellow, and all were silent. ' Tell the Pope,' said he, 1 that the people are for him, and with htm alone, and that If he listens to the scoundrels round him (birhanli) If he does not send them to tbe right about, this piny, thing (drawing out his lloinan blade) will do the bun ness ' Immense shouts fullowed, and they all ultimately dispersed, on the ptomise that the Peps would drive through the Corso publicly, which he had just done, amid immense clamor of applause " The state of the health of the Queen of Spain continues to excite great alarm. By the last advices she had been for two hours insensible. The debate on the malpractices of M. Silamauca has issued in a resolution that he should be brought to trial, by a majority of 128 to 39 Reports of a collision between the people and the military at Milan are confirmed to-day. A sanguinary massacre has taken place, apparently with the acquiescence of the superior authorities. Th? number of inhabitants killed and wounded by the soldiery, is variously stated from thirty to one hundred and fifty. Amoiis! the killed is the aged counsellor of tne Cour Royale, M Manganini, a man nearly seventy, and universally respected. He was murdered while peaceably and inoffensively entering his own house. The imcute arose out of some rough usuage which was given to some of the military who had been smoking. We have just received the following communication from the Admiralty, relative to the loss of the Mean-frigate Avenger:? "Letters have been received to-day at the Admiralty, from Rear-Admiral Sir Lucius Curtis, dated Mali*, Jan. 4. reporting the return of tbe Hecate to that port, after a rloj? but fruitless search for any survivors from the wreck of H M. late frlgtte Avenger, and reporting that scaroriy a vestige tf that ill fated ship could be found on the roota and islands adjacent to the soene of tbe wreck No hopes are. tbertfore, entertained tf any lives bring savod, ezoeptlcg those of Lieut. Hockn and the three other persons lauded from the Avenger's cutter ou the Barbary coast." An important meeting was held in Liverpool, yesterday, on the subject of a reduction of the duties now levied on tea. It was convened by the Mayor of the borough, T. B. Horsfall, Esq. Among the most intluential of the gentlemen who attended to advocate the reduction of the present impost, were Sir Thos. B. Birch, Bart., iVI 1'.; Win. Brown, Esq., M. 1' ; and William R&thbome, Esq. Loss of tub Bark Helena and Six Lives.? We regret to learn that a letter was received on Thursday, by Messrs. Baxter, Brothers & Co., Dundee, from Captain John McNab, of the fine bark Helena, of that port, which left the riverfor New YorK, on the 11th D-cember, with a very valuable cargo of bale goods, announcing the less of the vessel. On the 15th. during a heavy gale at SSW, she got embayed by the land at the island of North Ronaldshay, and drove onshore, when the crew lost all command, and took to the boat. While in the act ol leaving the ship, notwithstanding the remonstrances of Captain McNab, who used every persu *sion to induce the crew to get the sails turled, &c., a heavy sea broke over her,and washed away boats andevery thing otl'the deck, with eight oi the crew. The captain reached the shore in a very exhausted state, with the assistance of a boat hook. The names of the sufferers are : Robert Mackay, second mate; John Blues, carpenter; Wm. Peddie, James Craig, and Anthony McLauchlan, seamen; besides a passenger named Jauies Menzies. Little hope is entertained of saving the vessel or cargo. In fact, she had begun to break up pre* vious to the despatching of the captain's letter.? Edinburgh IVitncu. Arrivals of Specie.?Specie continues to arrive in this country Irom various pa ts of the wotld. The West Point and Memnon, which arrived from New York at Liverpool on the (ith inst., brought ?11,000; the Yorkshire, on the following day, brought ?45,000; the Templemaii, from Valparaiso, on the 4th instant, brought .$50,000; and the Charles Brownell, from tinsame port, several cases, containing dollars, and bars of gold and silver. In addition to these, the L ver,u ol h d ?10 000, and the Texian,from Magadan, ?>'30,000. The packet Prince Albert, from New York, the Oriental Queen, from the Mauritius, and the steamship Princess Royal, from Hamburgh, have each brought consignments of specie. The steamship Soho, Irom Antwerp, contained three casks silver specie, which is an interesting arrival at the present lima.?Liverpool Timet, Jan. 15. The Failures anil Meeting* of Credits r*. [From the Karcpetn Times, Jan. 16.J We regret to siate that failure* continue to occur in many of the great commercial cities ol Europe, and the accounts from Indu report the downfall of almost all the branch houses of the London firms which iailed in September and October last, as will be seen in our list. The fitm of Ilugesdon and Co., extensively engaged 1 in the trade with China and Singapore, were publicly spoken of as being in difficulty, but it was hoped that by the assistance of their friends ihey would be enabled to prevent a susneusion of pay ments even for a short period. * Our laBt reported the suspension of Cotesworth, Powell, and Pryor, of London, largely concerned in the South American trade. Their liabilities are now estimated at ?350,000; and their suspension has produced the failures of J. Anderson and Co., of Glasgow, with liabilities estimated at ?150,000 to ?200,000. The liabilities of Messrs. W. and A. Taylor nmount to ?12 000; Messrs Gilmour nnd Kerr as much as ?80,000; Messrs. Thomas Waddle and Co , Canada merchants, ?30 000; Mr. John Lacy, in the Berhice trade, ?14,000 To the above list hss to be added the house of Mcsrs. Anderson, McGregor and Co., with liabilities of about #15,000. The American house of Durand and Mackenzie, of London, stopped payment on the 1st inst. Their liabilities have turned out to be ?29,'J17, while their asse's are ?8193. An offer of a componitioii has been made of 5s, by instalments of 2s cash down, Is 6d at time months, nnd Is GJ at six months, the final payinentto be properly secured, which, at a in- ting of the creditors had been virtually accep ed. . ... ? uw ?v*wi * Akvuoifu wmi'Miig nuuocn at Frankfort lies caused considerable alarm, but the London houses generally, witli the exception of Messrs lleilbutt, Rubens k Co., of Mark lunt?, merchants and general agents, who have suspended, will not be allVcled,thereby. The chief loss will fall on Paris, where Mr. Julius Cohen has stopped payment, with liabilities in that city alnue to the extent of ?50,000. Messrs. Kantzou and Biel, who ure at the hend ot the principal mercantile house of Stockholm, have al.'O failed. Their liabilities nmount to 1,200,000 rix dollars, (6,000,000f.,) and their assets, which comprise a g-eat deal of immoveable property, hardly reach five-twelfths of that sum. It will be seen that Crozft, Nephew, & Co , of Marseilles, in the .Swedish trade, with liabilities for .?10,000, and Kramer & Sc n, of Amsterdam, general merchants, with engagements lor ?20,000, have ulso stopped payment. It is satisfactory to state that tli? drafts of the North Western liank of India, mentioned as having been left in suspense by Glyn & Co , have now bei n accepted. The North and South Wales Bank ut Liverpool has also been opened for the payment of their notes and of de|>o*ita not exceeding ii20; and it is hoped that the establishment will resume business generally by the end of the mouth. The accounts of 11. F. Gower, jun., a partner in the firm of Alison, Cumherledge, & Co , lately engaged in the South American trade, have been submitted to the Court of Bankruptcy, and Mr. Gower has passed Ins last examination satislactoiily. The last examination of B.'iisusan & Co., Mogador merchants, has been adjourned by the same tribunal, for a period of four months, | with the view of giving the partners time for a proper preparation of their accounts. ' The result of the meeting of creditors of Messrs. Job, Wright & Co., Russian merchants, was the appointment ot inspectors to the estate. Bv ihe statement furnished of the position ol the , aiUus of th? liim, it appsus that a surplus will j " 1 1 .! .... ' W YO YORK, WEDNESDAY M< remain in hand, after paying off nil the liabilities, Of ?100,387. A first dividend of 6a. in the pound will he paid about April next. Mr. King, the late partner with Messrs. Brodie, in the Shaftesbury and Hindon Bank, is paying 5s. in the pound as the first instalment. Sanguine hopes are entertained of an eventual payment of 20s. in the pound. Messrs. Scholes & Co., of Manchester, have given notice of a second instalment of 5s. in the pound, making 10s. in the course of only two months; a furtherdividend of 2s 6 J. in the pound on the estate of MessrB. de Jersey & Co., will be payable in a day or two, making l()s. in the pound to holders of acceptances, and 7s. (id. to the other creditors of that firm. The stoppage of the house of Baron de J. Von Ilaber, of Carlsruhe, has caused great consternation in the Grand Dutchy of Baden. The credit enjoyed by the firm was unbounded; hundreds of families will suffer from it, and other boUMl must necessarily stop their payments if prompt assistance is not procured to it. Accounts from Carlsruhe, of the tith instant, state that many private individuals had come forward, and the government had decided to guaranty a certain amount of interest on a loan, which v\?utvi cuiuir iiic nuutu rtauiur uuniurbb.? Three ot ih>* largest establishments in the Grand Duchy of Baden are dependent upon Haber, namely, Kcrsler's machine manufactory at Carlsvuhe, ilie woollen manufactory of Ettleuger, and the bret-root sugar manutactory of WaghauseJer. These three establishments are in a flourishing condition. It is calculated that 10,000 persons would he deprived of their livelihood it the house of Haber did not meet with ilie desired assistance. The Gazette of Cologne stutea that nn important failure had taken |uace at Vienna; only the initials of the house referred to are given?they are 15. E. & Co. At a meeting of the creditors of Mr. William Thome, of London, engaged in the Canada trade, it was agreed to grant him a letter of license, and wind up under inspection. The statement submitted shows a handsome surplus. A fiat of bankruptcy has been opened against Messrs. Lesley Alexander & Co., owing to the opposition ofcertaiii creditors on that estate. The first meeting ot the creditors of Coates & Hillard, American merchants, took place at the Court of Bankruptcy,under the fiat issued against the firm, when assignees were elected, and debts to the amount of nearly ?42,000 proved. It is estimated that assets to the extent ot about JCfiOOO are realisable in this country; the rem .inder will have to be collected in the United States. The creditors of Smith, Beard & Co., warehousemen, Cheapside, have refused to accept their offer ot 12s in the pound, payable by instalments extending in twelve months. The liabilities of this firm amount to 10,510/. 15s. 4d., and the assets are estimated at D,5fW/. 19s. 7d The demand of the creditors wm 18s in the pooad, properly secured. Additional Failures In Kuropc. Anderson, M'Oregor& Co. merchant?. . , . . (iUsgow. Anderson. J , b. Co , merchants Ulaagow. Cargill, H' &dluin Si Co. merchants. .. NewcaslU-on-Tyne Church, Like & Co., merchants Calcutta. Cockereil bt Co , merohants Calcutta. Cohen, Julius, hanker Pari?. Crozet, Nephew Si Co., merchant* Marseilles. uuranu at Mackenzie, mvrouunu. . i.ondon. Klershfim. L. II, banker Frankfort. Gilmour & Kerr. spinners Glasgow. Gontard. J. F , k Son, bankers Frankfort. lleilbutt. Keubens k Co , merchants London. Kautow & Biel, ship owners Stockholm Kramer fe Son, general merchants Amsterdam Kuael St Co Carlaruhe. Lacy, John, merohant Glasgow. Ljail, MatthesL<n k Co , merchants Calcutta. M'Phail, A. F. A. k Co , spinners Glasgow. May, Furdyoe it Co., merchants Calcutta. Prerinalre, M. T., manufacturer Haarlem. Shearman, Mulllns At Co., inerohants Calcutta. nptugel, J. B., merchant Hamburgh. Syers, Livingston k Co., m?rchants Bombay. Taylor, W. and JA., manufacturers Glssgow. Thorns, William, morchait London. Wadile, T., k Co..merchants .Glasgow. Ireland. The angel of terror has at length stayed his avenging hand in Ireland. Ttie accounts sinc? the beginning of the year have certainly not , been so teeming with horror as previously. Outrage continue to be more or less perpetrated, but cold blooded deliberate murder aeerna to have been checked by the vigorous proceedings of the executive. Following up his first proclamation, placing certain disturbed districts under ihe dominion of the new Uw, the Lord-Lieutenant lias issued a second, proclaiming the baro y of Longlord. and five parishes in Lei trim, die barony of Clanawley, in Fermanagh, Tullynow, in Drumlane, and Lower Luughlee, in Cavan, under the new act. Orders have also been issued to disarm the people in several districts, and the strictest regulations are enforced respecting the licenses to possess arms under the recent law. In some places a contempt for the proclamation has been exhibited by tearing down the document from the walls; but we have seen this often practised in civilized London, and yet the spirit of anarchy has been pretty effectually checked. We cannot expect that by merely coercive measures, the famished people of Ireland will be filled with good things; all that we hope from the late measures, is, that the demon of mischief may be arrested in nis exterminating career, and breathing time may be afforded to the lovers of freedom and good order to carry out such measures as may be devised to repair the social evils of the country. The repeal party, or rather pities, seem sadly embroiled, and at variance with each other; and the weekly rent of the elder establishment, notwithstanding th* efforts made to recruit its funds, is not very llounshing. The divisions which broke out in the Irish party during the lute session of Parliament, h tve not been healed; and Mr. Grattan, John O'Oonnell, and Mr Reynolds have favored the public with some rttcy epecimens of polite correspondence addressed to each other. Actions at law are threatened for HHnmatlon I?V r!wni? h*l I inrprpn fj nnd tl?#? repeal agitation just now seems troubled with the epidemic influenza, at d is not in so flourishing a state ot health us heretofore. The general distress ot the country has, doubtless, contributed not a little to diminish its strength aud resources. The special commission, issued to tiy the prisoners committed lor murder and agrarian outrages in the southern counties, was opened at Limerick on the 4th instant. Tiie Chief Justice Blackburne made a charge to the grand jury singularly tree lrom political feeling, but expressive of the determination of the government vigorously to administer and execute the existing laws. Several capital convictions have already taken place, and there can be no doubt that punishment will inevitably lollow. The new law, relating to accessories before and alter the (act, by the strongly expressed opinion of the judges, seems likely to prove most conducive to the repression of crime, and to the restoration of tranquillity and securiiy. France. We. have received tha Paris papers of the 13th of January. Tlie speech of M. Guizot in the Clumber of Peers on Wednesday, in the course ot the debate on the address, is important, as containing an exposition of the policy of the French government with regard to the movement now going on for the liberation of Italy. It is to encourage all the Italian Princes to grant nothing to the people which they can possinly withhold?to frighten the Pope by conjuring up a phantom of revolution and infidelity, and thus to endeavor to bring him into accord with Austria, and to justify Austria in "taking precautions"?that is to say, in overrunning Italy with troops to put down the i reform movement, if it cannot be put down by any other means. The Prr.ise complains that the arrangements under the Postal treaty ore yj badly managed at the French side of the channel, that the mails rarely arrive in time for the railway truins, and consequently too late in Paris for men of business. (ialignani'ti MtBttngtr says. "Some sensation was excited this morning in the Postage ile /' Opera among the stock jobbers, by a report that the king was t iken ill yesterday whilst at dinner, and was obliged to be bled. The three per ceuts fell to 7 If lie, but at the tune of our going to press, had recovered to 74f80 to 50c. We are hap.iy to learn, on inquiry, that there is not the slightest truth in this report; his majesty has, for a few days, been laboring under a cold, the effects of which are so slight as not to prevent his mnjesty from attending a cabinet council which is now being held." The intelligence received from this portion < f the llaropeun continent since the sailing of the last steamer lias been of an interesting rharacter. Foremost is the announcement ot the surrender of Abd-el-Kader to the Due d'Aumale. Tt appears that the Moorish chiel had surrendered himself to the French authorities in, on the condition that he should retire to St. Jean d'Awe. .Referring to (Jus topic, the Jfattmol RK F 3RNING, FEBRUARY fi, accuses the Due d'Aumale of havinz committed un imprudence in yielding the conditions made by Abd-el-K ider, of sending him to Alexandria or Syria. What will be done in the dilemma ! A private letter answers the question by saying that, under easily-raised pretexts, Abd-el-Kader will be.detained in France, while active agents are set at work to excite the fears or jealousies of Mehemet Ali, and of the Sultan himself. If Abd-el-Kader be refused au asylum at Alexandria, or in Syria, then it will be no fault of his captors if they fiud it impossible to keep their word. The most recent intelligence from Paris informs us that the French government had broken faith wiili Abd-el-Kader. It had announced to him that it cannot consent to his going to in. Jean d'Acre oil any terms, and that, with regard to Egypt, it must first see whether the Pacha will agree to receive lum. On the news of the Emir's capture, a small rise took place on the Bourse. The debates on the address in answer to the speech from the throne commenced on the l()th iust. The speeches delivered on the occasiou are rather interesting. A Count d'Alton Shee made a furious onslaught on the Cluizot Cabinet, stigmatizing the foreign policy of the.government with respect to Switzerland. He was particularly caustic towards Lord Palmerson, against whom he charged "a persevering hatred towards the French government." In this part of his speech lie is said to have been ineffective. hut, when he proceeded lo point out the policy of M. Guizot's policy, he obtained greater attention. The speech of M. Mosnard, who, though a conservative, and a general supporter of the present cabinet, came out on this occasion as an advocate, but an unwilling one, for reform, excited much surprise. His oration is calculated to tnibarraes the ministry. The Chamber of Deputies assembled on the 3d inst., when the Minister ot Finance presented the budget for 18-19, from which it appeared that the ordinary expenses of 1849 will be balanced by the receipts. Two bills were also presented, one for the diminution of the duty on salt, to take effect in the beginning oi 1850, and the other for reducing the postage on letters and journals. The extraordinary budget for 1849 is fixed at 93,270,000f., of which the railways figure for 59,:J00,l)00. Italy. The advices from several parts of this country are lar from being of a peaceful character. The S ates of the Church alone seem to be free from the discontent generally prevalent. The Roman jourualsof the 24th ult., give the details of an address delivered by the Pope on the 17th, in which he deplores the demonstrations maae upon the taking of Lucerne; as he considers that event of immense injury to Catholicism, menacing it with still greater evil. The new mo(u propria for the organization of the ministry lias been published by his holiness, and has given great satisfaction. The administration ot the see is to consist of nine departments, namely? foreign alfairs, interior, public instructions, grace and justice, finance, commerce, fine arts, manufactures, and agriculture, public works, .< nn/l i\/tl wtit Th? nil i?>f u aT tli Alio ilwuurt . merits are to compose the council of ministers. State affairs are not to be brought before that council until the deputies shall have examined them, und given their opinion. The allairs of the State are not to be submitted to the sovereign until they shall have been discussed in ihe council of ministers. The latter are to appoint ull public functionaries. The Pope only reserves to himself the nomination of the cardinals, nuncios, &c. The secretary of state is to be a cardinal, and his deputy a prelate; other ministers may be indilferently clergymen or laymen. 12,000 percussion muskets have arrived from France. Demonstrations in favor of the Pope are still taking place. An agreement has been entered into between the Roman, Tuscan, and Sardinian governments to proceed coincid"ntally in their reforms. The affairsof Spain are becoming more complicated. The Swiss troops have lelused to tight against the people, which has gained for them considerable popularity; and it is said the Duke of Serra Capricola had refused to accept the ollice ot Viceroy of Sicily, cxc?*pt oa condition of being , allowed to make concessions, which it is supposed the King would consent to, but that he is , afraid ot appearing to yield to popular tumult From some troubles which have arisen in Naples, imposing military measures have been adopted to prevent an emeute. Three noblemen have been arrested, and deprived of their commission in the Civic Guard, which has caused great excitement. The students of the University (10,000 in number,) were ordered to leave'he capital be. fore the Christmas holidays; but this order was subsequently revoked. Pamphlets, songs, &c., of an incendiary character, liud their way to Sicily, notwithstanding the utmost vigilance of the government. From Lomburdy, we learn that M. Nazjri, a member ot the central congregation of Milan, had proposed a motion in the congregation for enquiring into the state of tuc country, and the causes of its discontent. The motion was adopted with enthusiasm, submitted to and approved ot by the Viceroy, and a committee appointed for the purpose. JV1. Nazari had upwards of 4000 visiting cards left at his residence shortly after, as a mark of respect. Letters from Milan of the 3d state that considerable agitation pervaded that city on the previous day. It appears that, followiug the example of the Americans, who refused to purchase the tea sold by the Euglish, previous to the revolution, the patriots of Lombardy had resolved to abstain irom smoking, in order to reduce the revenue of the treasury. The resolution was acted upon by the greater portion of the people, and those found smoking cigars or pipes in the streets were severely handled. The Milan Gazette of the 26th ult , announces the evacuation of Ferrara by the Austrian troops. Ttiey were to retain the two barracks they had at all times possessed in the city, and to perform duty only in the citadel ? The arrival of troops in ltuly, however, still continues. The Tuscan liovernment has entered into a treaty for the purchase of a large quantity of English muskets, and has applied also to France lor ti sirma A (Ivmpd irmn Turin ronAft ik.. following reforms:?Diminution in price of salt; amnesty general; deliberative voice granted the council ot state ; a voluntary civic guard, armed by government; seven ministers in place of five; suppression of Sardinian government, or its identification with that of terra firma great democratical reforms in the municipalities, tind abolition ot the deeurion, whom no one hitherto Ind ventured to modify. The hostile feeling already existing in Italy, and more especially in Parmi and Modena, towards the Austrian*, seems to be undiminished, snd has received a fresh impetus by their presence at Modena and Keggio. So intense is the feeling that it is proposed to form 11 body of volunteers hs an army of observation on the frontiers of Modena and Parma All hopes entertained of n reforming policy being adopted by the new sovereign of the duchy of Parma are ut an end, the duke having issued a proclamation stating that no chunks should be made in the government of that duchy. Considerable discontent prevails in consequence. Sp\ln. Madrid papers of the 7th have arrived. A letter from Salamanca was read in the Chamber of Deputies on that day, stating that his health was so bad that he could not tie present, whereupon Gonzales Hravo declined addressing the Chamber. The pro( osition lor bringing Salamanca to trial was carried by 123 to 159, nnd u committee was appointed to draw up the impeachment. The Kco dtl Comerrio, in a special supplement, aonouucea the arrival of Espartero in Madrid on the 7t!i. . The lltraldo gives a formal contradiction to ihe rumors in circulation as to the unsatisfact9ry state 'of the (Queen's health. Notwithstanding this contradiction, however, it was universally Relieved in Madrid that the (jueen whs suffering rom an organic disease, which, although not necessarily of an immediately fatal character, |ret, 1 rum its nature, could not but give rise to the most ominous forebodings. A letter from Malaga of the 2d says?" Lieut. General Serrano arrived at" Malaga some days igo. From his arrival, it was rumored that a military expedition was being prepared, for nothing lest than planting the flag of Castile on the Chell.irine Islands, near to the Spanish presidio #f Melilla and fosterl in front of the Moulouai, winch divides the French possessions from the ;nipirc of Morocco. At present this supposition lias become a reality, and the preparations for this campaign, which are being pushed forward with extraordinary vigor, cause it to be presumed that it is to he accomplished without delay." M.miuit) Bolsa, Inn. 7?Threes, 26J ; Fives, | I"?i; Kxehangeon London, 18 30 Portugal. The Cortes were opened on the 2d ult., by a royal speech. After alluding to the convention Hgiird with the LngH h, Spanish, and French governments, I >r the purpose ol terminating the sivil war, the Q,ue?n announces that a proper ac- ( IERA 1848, count of the measures adopted by the successive r ministries, will be laid before thecortrs, congra- p tulntes them on the termination of the disorders, and expresses the hope that peace will henceforth b be maintained among the Portuguese. Several shucks of earthquake were felt at Lis- ? bou on the Kith and 19th ult., which, although c not resulting in any serious damage to propelty, u caused very great alarm, the frequency of the r shocks having been unprecedenced since the -1 great earthquake of 1753 ? HwHitrUnd. ( The Suiate says that the Diet is about to take u up the question of the revision of the federal t; compact without delay. The Diet adjourned over tl Christmas, in order to lpave time lor the new J deputies from the Catholic cantons to arrive, tmd * ?o make the assembly an complete as possible be- 'j fore the revision is taken i.ito consideration. tj The Directory lias ordered a further reduction 0 of the army of occupation. There ure to be only d 16 battailous, vi/.: (> in the canton of Lucerne, ri 2 in Sehwytz, 1 in Uri, 1 in Ztig,3in Fribarg, H and 3 in the Valais. The government of Lucerne decided, on the ]f' 2lih uft., that the following religions bodies t( should pay, in the space of a fortnight, 1,000,000 of trancs:?1st, the Convent of St. UrOain, w 500,0001' ; 21, the pious establishment of Muns tl >r, 400,000f.; and, 3d, the other convents, * *00,000f. n In the Grand Council of Friburg, a motion has ' been carried to introduce into the new constitu- ^ tioii provisions concerning the relations between j the church and state. o The Roman I'ontitf lias addressed the Du t >< complaining of th? sacrilegious acta which were ! committed in (lie federal expedition, and of the h dismissal ot several religious orders, tile exist- 4 ence ot which id Switzerland was, he says, guar- 1 anteed by cotn(>act. The document haJ not yet " been published. i, It would appear that Austria, Prussia, and u France propose still something like an interven-. 1 tion in Swiss afl'dirs. They have resolved on c addressing a note to Switzerland, in the n.une of their respective governments, as a rejoinder c to the answer of the Diet respecting the offer of p mediation. The note, which is not so menacing 11 as Prussia and Austria would have wished, de- '' darts that the cuntonal sovereignty cannot be p said to exist as long as certain cantons are occu- f, pied by federal troops, and that it is only when tl those cantons eliall nave recovered their inde- < pendente, that the confederation can be recog* it nised as contorming to the treaties. It also insists upon the reduction of the military torce to 1 a peace footing, and that no alteration shall take place in the constitution without the consent of t all the cantons. This note is expected to be i presented immediately to the president of the Diet. What part England and Russia may take ' t in the matter cannot, as yet, be anticipated with j t certainty. The Emperor ol Rnaate i.^ reported 8 to have refused mixing himself up in the r.utter; j t and Lord Palmerston's correspondence with M. : Gui/.ot, dated 27th ult., declares it to be the ^ opinion of the British government, " that so long as Switzerland abstains from all acts r at variance with its character of neutrality, the inviolability of its territories ought to t. be respected, and, consequently, that no foreign J troops ought to penetrate those territories ; that the liberty of Switzerland, aud its independence | of all foreign influence, ought to be maintained ; f and. consequently, that no foreign power ought i to seek to exercise a dictatorial authority in matters relating to the internal aii'd irs of the con- i federation. No doubt if the Swiss were to as- I surne an aggressive attitude with regard to their J neighbors, the neutrality and inviolability gua- f ranteed to Switzerland, could not shield them , lrom the responsibility ?f their aggressions. But t at this moment the Swiss have riot committed p any such act of aggression. The Government of fi her .Majesty is therefore of opinion that the guarantee contained in the declaration of the 20th ' of November, 1815, BubaisiB in full force, and " that it ought to be observed and respected by ail & the powers which took part in that convention." T tfiFrom some discussions which have taken place in the French Chambers, it appears that, at g ilie suggestion of Lord Palmerston, the Austrian, Prussian und French governments, in Novein- 1 her last, agreed to an application being made | ? by the Sunderbund to the Pope, requesting 0 him to recall the Jesuits. This, however, was never acted upon. t Cotton Circular*. 0 LiTKnrooi. January 7th.?The market on the whole f, bu continued steady throughout the lick; but scarcely j. so buoyant later on, as mt tne commencement; but the prices which we quoted 1b our lut circular, and ulilcb f. we resume now, have betn fully supported Nothing , ti has been done for export, and only 300 American ou L; speculation The publlo sale of Sea Island Is still la t? progress ; it Is going off Uatly and at lowtr prices? a] particulars In our next. In other descriptions the day's t) sales will bs about 4,000 bales, at our quotations 1 a, WM. CLARK k S>ON3. ri Livtarooi., January 14,^1849.?Tha market, this week, has been free from all excitement,and a itIr extent of P business is done ; In prioes there is a little ohange? for % instance : Uraails hare been pressed upon the buyers at f S'd a,'4'd decline, and a small concession, not amounting '"J to }tfd per lb., upon fi?lr, and the batter classes of Aiuerl- u oan, especially Orleans, has In some Instances been B made, whilst the lower qualities are, if any thing, rather *' dearer ; Surats,too, command fully as good rates as last D week, and Egyptians are very steady Tho publlo sale 11 of Sea Islands, last Friday, went off heavily, aad only > about 1-5 (780 bales) of the quantity off-red was sold? u the oommon qualities at fully deollne ; th? better at J? previous rates. On Wednesday next, the 19th lost, th? cargo (1633 upland) of the Clutha, from Charleston, will P be sold at publlo auotlon. This ressel took tire lu the *' dook, and being scuttled, the oottou is more or l?ss damaged. However, we stilt think It will be worth the attention of buyrrs. Speculators have taken 750 bales T' of American, and M0 Surat and Madras, and e*porters | 11 60 American and Jj Surat The sales to day may reaah P .' K)0 bales of all kinds. The market steady. W. CLARK k SONS, Brokers. 1,1 Ol Liverpool, Jan. 7 ?The middling qualltlrs of Araeri- r< can are a little higher since Friday last. The continued trade demand upon that description, an! the non-ira- h: portatlon of similar qualtles, has given them a full >?d advantage. The reoent Imports consist mainly of tne \ better qualities of the new crop, and being a">undently offered, are less ohanged in price Little i.s this alteration may be considered, it Is accompanied by increasing tf oonfldenoeln steady amendment; not so much, perhaps, in the hops of greatly advanced prices, as in a mors full, regular, and active employment of our uanufitorurers. No dount a very main element in this desirable stain of thing* la the ooutiuuance ot moderate prices f r th? mi materiul; and it Is no wonder, therefore, '.hat we look to our advloes as to the extent of the American crop with !'r muoh interest, knowing bow much depends upon that j; point. So far there Is every reason to believe the crop will prove a fair one as to quantity, a* nearly as a dUpasMonatc estimate cam make It, -J, 100,000 bales, or it may be *1,500 000 bales. 300 American have been taken on speculation this week. Sales fir the week amount to 34,880 bales. OKO. HOLT k CO. ? LiTisrooL, Jan. 14.?Business is slow in reooverlnit its former spirit and activity. During the last two or throe weeks a little more demand has comu upon us. prompted by a very moderate increase of coneumptinn. 'i'fte naturaleffeot of this Incressed trade business was a little strengthening in tha prlne of ihn raw material; and B1 f uch was the case, though only to a very limited extent, r* as we reported In (ur oUcuIar of last Friday Hut on Tuesday, tiio MancfcaUer market div an l suoaeqm a'ly, " ' It was rnide apparent that the additional supply of yarn *' ana goous, IU* rcnun UI nun iDcirmni oi'u*uiiii>i.ii>u, n?o id Rom? degree overloaded the mat tint, and added to the dullness and depression previously 'listing In ih? trad*. '> The result btn been a err spending reao'ion up m im, hud a slight retro^rsi* movement, of at' >ul !?'i per ib. el< ia tho prices of kll descriptions of Am?rlcan, more esp*. f? olally the better qualities. ssy " f?ir," and upward* of fo which the recant imports in a great measure cousist ? ?c Sural* are steady; Sea Island*. a* shewn by I he public P' dale of Friday last, Kd per lb lower. All other k n it t< without change,nor ?*n we look for any material change I In the direction of prices, until parties are prepared to rf held tbrlr import* for a uemttnu, or a better s ve of t> things thaii spring up in the manufacturing districts an 740 American, and AOO Surat have been taken 01 specu- t? latlon, and SO American for export Sale* for tbe week w J?,6?0 bales. OEO. HOLT Si CO. Una' clnl Aflttlr*. Wtninin*, Two o'clock, Jan. li?The antral of B 04* of the packet ahlps at I.tverpool, with (Ire day* T later accrunts from tbe Unltsd States, has brought no fr decisive intelligence either in political or couimcrcial '' atfalrs On the latter subjeot It may be fairly considered 81 that tbe worst of the money crisis h*s pt*?*d lu the United States, for, froci all we hare been able to learn. they will be very little affeotod by any cf our ratir* recent failures We shall, however, be aM* to judge more accurately of tbe etate of atf^irs , on the arrival of tbe t'eamer, whloh iniy be N' ipectsd lo the course of to-morrow or KrIUajr ? , In tho meanwhile. It is worthy of notice, that In cn?e- I quence of tb? Interest navigation to the wen' '.vatd hav- At ting continued oi#3 fully a month latvr than on tbe A' average of years, a muoh larger quantity or grain and {'" (lour has been transmitted to the eastern **a board tb:in J,' could previously have been calculated upon It Is not 1 Improbable, therefore, but an Increased quantity wi'l b> shipped for thin country during the spring months, end more tsnoeially If the winter is protracted in ' the east of Europe, as tbe -ee?nt accounts would al- In 1 moat lead us to expect The rrersU'i-t high rite of sto interest fcr money In tlta Lnited Stat** will turthi-r . as tend to accelerate shipments, as the holders of pr< dues bat tii tbe other side will prefer urging their goods forward nol to market to discounting paper at the rate of from l'J abi to 90 p?r cent per annum It Is neces-ary that aU these t contlngenolr* snould be taken Into aeeonnt by the dl- on re-tor* cf the BuA of England, ?J It Is very v 'slhle lea tb t Nf>re the end 0/ .May r.N? rur.-sntcf bu.i , .1 may I!t rait in theoppoat* dlreo.'lon to ?ha; It is dotes a: pre aw i*nt Wit* tb* r**pt?t to t*t aoocuaU ft*m M?kloo it Nl LD. I Trltii Two Man, iu?t be borne in mln 1, that mi the A n >rloin- a >* H V i n??fnfl(oi? of all?': ivrn on th e uteru oi?u ;-.i 'IHy<>nnelN difttllied thr ujjh b-oih<r ion?.?ti vi'* ii ?'l allnfance m i.t nonie t>i ui * 1? * : orliculv fur ? , ri. ,i j*/r ., of o >lo.*ln< i" t>only hliuMe am ants now r'o-ivji, <**i-p th J) o II . nil/ ommnnlr:it?it to .,yn ^->7 .m-nva^, ar* thJ?? oataln?d in tht Ieit*ra of the r??< I?t*- Britlth j' rchiuti. riuj tlm-j <-iv ,ly Uff." w; ;*!r in n?n/ puetn from th* * pu r0r.,U by th* liuariran preBH. That tin mvu >f t.ln ipalm'.iou IiavM-tfon< rcj-?ntin n n ,i; uni'. th> A nrl ins i? undiubtM an 1 th-? pri.vinc f h :'. w 1 felt be m'gori'H initio'.* 1 t.y -jm luvili.i^ t\r-? ,4-j -joS lueb in ftv >r of peace H a'?4 tnie; bj wi 1 i*.>xnpion of a few of ths military a Iv utu - : > 'i? ? 1 , , .>f be oilnoat? I olawi *r? in lavje or is if .u 1', ^iu) oubt la "oterfuiued but *rr?u< xniMK* f >r "i?t rill I MI imcaejiatnl/I>%rri" t ii ete>u )ii '7 inpi*ct to the pro'wlinijt in th Am" 1 * < ion tie auhject of the Vt-xlo?n war, non ?of the pr r.oiiion* ftubmittn J in iiitb'r th ; Ilouuo! it ,? m-i . r..v 1 r tha genata ba I been brought to S'lah a 1 i-i^e ?i <i? nterrai ie the ?tr<?n?th of partiM, an ! n omivja Titly iutaln iu the nam i ?:it? of uaosniiituy oa i.1 i'. Juh .If ihov Tradc- Rirmivhha.u, Thuw Uv KraoJuj. Jan. 1 ?Th-* principal .(U-?rl?riv men'.iuij of t 19 iron niileri irtbe pr"?aot i|U?t ti>r wat lieMiutni T'i*n H liofth 1 :i?u to-ilay; bu;,alttaonnh' ooa? d-ra'jlo int*ri>at.i>i '">n'i|U?[ioe vl i,!ih present e;-?t? of tile miniai? li'triflls, at at.,aohMil to the proc..n"lio < , nocbini< 00 :a rr * J wottiy of an 'XtniJni uotioe I lie ripor:i of th* Du itay ni VVotyiHliAiu^ lmvu aur,l iip?ti 1 allorit all tha'- c iu l?j mil 0;' clio in itiui; of t<> I ?y.? 'here wai a v <ry i*r/,e s't'linie of ir ma .iters ,om VVul*"i, S ictU '* iff .rdeiure nirrpriir-'. and 11 in'crested ia tli* Iron tiil-? iroai vsrioui uirbs I tli?? ki'glom Still lit!l<i or ?n done; ^^B ud, moreover. llttl" Inoliumi'in evinced top d mu* ^^B t is sufficient to i* ly Hint priori remain, hi i?r m the a l?of great fl: ui* can dele.inino the in. thu R*tn* an ^^B Uos ) Ox >1 lit Uu liny, via . a reduction of j; u|iou lust ^^B uarter's quotations The otriki of the in."i It dally i CJiuinu' morn funeral; tu? uii>?tire. who 1-1 ir? their Cooks to be small, tiro content to bldu tbi tr tlniu; and, II nil probability. b<fore another month him pi ?*ed over, inless some unexpected counter motunta'. occur; the ron works of t.tus immediate neighborhood w llbnattt omplete staud. London Monbv Markkt, Jan II. P. .M?The sti t? f the wH'hiT tills morning being no xtremely ur proitious. tb* market for/rein at >ai k Ivuu hai l? en very leavy to day I here are bad report* in circulation r?itive to till dividends which more ! 1 m uaitor two busended establishments will ultimately pay By the letters that have ooine lo hand this inoi nine; Din Brusiels. it in stated upon competent authority iliat le Treasury of King Leopold Id a'aiut to be Htrenntheu1 by a ne w loan It In not represented with anything ke certainty what am >unt trill be nquired, i'he con- ^B ract will, iu all probability, be takuu Ly capitalist? ia ^B The correspondence relative toths Peruvian Debt. ^B rhich has recently taken plane between ttiea<?nt*of ^B ha Committee of Spaois'i AmeH"an bondholders at ^B .lull and the T. Government, lelative to the ^B ilairns of tli? bondholders, is considered so lar sitlsfac- ^B ory that it is to i>d rtferred to the Congress of Pern, hat the oourre adopted by th? Government of Chill, in ^B ettllnp: with it' creditors abroad, should be followed by he authorities of tho former, it would further appear hat than It no disinclination of tha Ministry of Pern 0 reoommeud that su-ju a procedure was most proper to ie followed. H We have not hn/trd of any failures of importance MiU H aorniog. H It was noted under this held yesterdt7 afternoon tbat H ho Court of Directors of the li*uk of Hla^laiid ha t not, H is anticipated would h i*e b*en tho ca'e, uinde any al- H eration iu the minimum rate of discount. Tae policy H if (his course of pro^eedlni; is q'lestionp.d by specuiatoi-s. H ,nd otiier ^ .-* 11111' (? , ' e. -i. :i*n t.'it/k that H or the necessities of the day, the value of inon'/y us now H ow enough upon good bills anil fecurities. H At the coiniunnoraieut of bjiio?Hj this iuornlu>< thnre H iters many bnye.s of Consols forthe Account, ua J t'i? H >rice reac&ed a8. Some realising tiieu occurred, e.s the H ralue of the Rentes ori the Farm iJoursirottiue OW lower. H I'be reaction here wsstoH7>^, at wnioh a Urge amount H if dealings took place. For immeJiate transfer there H reiethe same chaujt-s The premium on I'.t ihequsr H ilIU advanced to Uauk Stock, fro a the a iv^uced H nine ot has fallen to 194, aud Kail India Stook B root U36 to .'33 fl Hcaroely ha f a do*?n h%rg*ta* wsre made In the Jreign stock mark?t this ra"ruin(i. B-a*illan binds B rent baolc from H3 to HI; Mexican rallied Irom 17T< to H The Dutch two und a hait per can's op?n?iJ at fl 4.'4 anil are now ?t ol3,. 1 an Bptoian cure*) per cents emaln steady at 'i9}? The market for tint Hallway shar s has buen prutty ;ocl this morning. The r?M?u of the Ml of the llent'is at r*rl.*, as comouiiioatod, Is that I.aula Philippe baa really had a Tory y-re ittn'k of llln .<? Notwithstanding ?. air*. : ruaradiation hiil bren given to the report, the Kfuch f |>eiula*ors placed ar>mo reiiame upon thu a.'gertion. Thukioit, * o'clook, Jan. 13 ?The letter* rn:?lre(i bil morning from the manufacturing district* of L*i.asliire ?r?5 not a' all favorable. I'he oomrasrotul tUurea are pressing wiih onn.?ld?r.ible rererity oil tho rudnreM fioaj all points of the ootap\,?, and ranch nxiity in i?lt at Manchester and Ulisgovr iu particular ir the next nocounts from Calcutta. Th? manuf-icirinfl intrrstn of Glasgow hire been most aerereiy hit f the bouse of (;ot"S>?ori!l and erery a latira ..nnouuca freih disasters The Se toh biuti1 will so ultimately be heary nutterer", an they lure been in ?? pracliou of iato years of diaconnting i Ue bl'ii drawn jalnst gooda exported to lad! t, Ctiiua uad South Annica on an extend'd iotlo. Tharo baa been .1 tarthar considerable riae ia the ri se of oonftnla, which hare been dona for th account k high as S7X-ooiumeuclng at b7.'u. The douh.tul apearauoa of continental politica, and particularly In palu and Italy, a<ems to have nojr lot: a'.l till j-nce on le tuin'Ja of the speculators, who are running riot in <i lanner aimiUr to the last account. The report clil-lly tad' uee ot this umrniug in on the assumption that th* %nk directors win lurtber r?duce tta? minimum rat* of jterest at the weekly m a'.ing to-day, wUloh for the me b;ing has ?err*d the purpose of the sp?cula:ors tor He advance. Thnre waa also n consld'-rab'e purch-sse lade of Three-ani a-Quarter pur enr r<. ck by an inuentlal party, whfoh litid the effect of airancicg the rice to 80. The 1 nree p?r cents II-due d ha?? been >11 from ST1# to Ja, Uank Block 1P4, and Kxoht<i?tr ills, a to pr?ra. liniRifB P*?r Two.-?-Th* meeting of the Bin'i l)iictors Jr.aa just broken up without mtklng any nltera"n in the miniaium rate Of Interest Ttiis o>urse of rooeedlng ia generally approved of by the comm-rclal it?rest, as it 11 considered that it w>uid only te id to Imulate further speculation In publio securities, withut being any benefit totraje, unl< as means are taxen to is .ore commercial credit. tii.artk.n fli:ronK Thrf.k.?CcoboIj for Account, !; ? X. Vi*K or E.*oi.A!?t>. a account, parsuint to the Act 7th and 8th Victoria, cap. 3'i, for the weeli ending J tnuary 8. laii'e ijr.pie 1 mk <t. oteiisiaed ,?3i,B16.T10 ti iv'tili '>f Jt. l.'iij.lco Otl'.er securities... .'..9?l.!?i0 (Joldcoinlibullioa. 10 ?.ll Silver bxllioo M0?,i47 il'),876,770 ?*>, 87?,770 b*n*i!sa ijkpahtmkst. oprietors'eap'l...A,ll,M'i,iM)i) Oov't ncarities est J,#bl,t,i? (mcludiiiH desd iblic dt-j>otiu (iu- weight?iimuty)..Xl?,6913^1 eludingKxeheouer, Other secnrities... 16 31'>,,i38 Suviugs' Unuk*. Notes..., 7,3)3*3 C'oiniuiaiioneii of Ooldaadjiirercoin 70i,?91 >Htio:ui Debt, and DiridendAccouuu)5,ll! .Of S ther deposits... . 10,t.}8,28fi even mid nfti*r bills.,7 Vi. 816.354 _ ?35.1,6,387 ?35,358 387 D - fed llie Uih diy of January, !848. Pari* UountK, Thursday, J <i 13 ? A considerable d??'9? ot een?;ition w*? ?jm??d on the Bourns, tu divy, i y a port th ?t thu kin?? was ?enou<!j 111, and Thre?s lift ro ? opeiilt)# i>f tbo I U'incas, wer d';;:? a* low a* 74' 1<'" ; it wns, however, >0011 after ascertained thnt llir rumor IS WitbOU' any fuU. iatlen, thp fiyn.'Mltl op?n<at 74f. J.,kBdUtrr going Up to 741' 60; . flloc I ? 7if 5 c ; lDg, !io*e?<f, low-r than jeaterliy FlT*S ai" ?,?o low yit-tanj ,1 closing quotation* i?ln,< b->n 1ji?: >ll?d llbf. 70j ; ami N. w u ?im 78f 3i)o Tb? market i>aed a* loll iws:?Three per o?nt?, Tor ca.h, 74f 50?j ; r account, 74f ; Kit* per oenta, for c-i?h IIK 4o < , r account, 11or. 7i'c ; N??r Lr,&n t'cr c*?h 7fSf -iSo : for icount, 76r. 30o.j Bank of Franc. ?har*s Jii'.'f; N jliian, lOJf ; Hpan'.sh Thr- ea, 23X; ''pantfh Fit**, not 10ted. Jan k or Fkancr.?The quarterly account ft th Bank France lor th? three montba ending lbs 37 ih D*renjr, |<i?*s tbe lnloming statement ot its presmt pool t.on i compared with tho quarter ruuintf th1' J'tb of r-*praber,so f?r us regards taose ltezu* of thj account tiloh are subject to Tarifttiou. On tbs debit fid* of the accun 1 ? Sipt , 1847. V c , 1817. t'ra net /,'<?nr.?. ir.k uotrs ou!?t lading 33) HC1I IK" 431 [o.iiurei't account* 88 .*'> .U' 0iJi2ViW i?*te acconuti 48 GSiJ 'i9 49 3JJ lis ividendi r y, M? ,u7 67 > fe.lW.ftM indry aoeouutt due 4,t?) j>U 1 45? 411 3jl,19fl,5}| 357,048,^38 On the other sld* of the account:? Si\t. 1317. Dt? 1847 / mm*. tranct tali in hind .. ??WM? l?#,i>4l,IV? > bill* diicoiiiiteJ \incljtiim< tlioae ii IVi* diMonnttd by iraach bank* J0l.3T7.W7 ui i?V4i? trancrd ?u tulliou >?? MO ??J, lofl tranced no p?bli? ??car,tie?.... IC .1t .fl! H.Tj ? a irate account* cnirent 7? gt,?*')(>. ? r|,<?it*d in I'uUhc ?ecuntie? VJ.JIi'i *,771.992 tauce 1)1' Kwveruiu'.'ut sloth told, iiKnotietpaidfjT 14.149.994 # J48.4t-? :?2,3i6,70J >08.171,U9 I'rom tbl? atatfinsnt, itappaara mat ih* ban* ooi?a Mfoula.ion ha** increased about 1000 uxor, while tb? ?k of bullion has increased about ld,000,t0< f, so that l'ir as oonoema tho balance of the c>?h assets of liie ak, wh?n ooraparsd with :heir liainlitles on b?: k l?a, their position bus Ivea iiupro*ed to the e.v.i>u'. >4 ?ut 11 04Ht,(H)Uf , or about jL'480 000. Vbout 8,uOO,OiitH hars been recelrad th? last qoait^r account of the )to?ercm?nt secunlles prf*'Oiti?ly ?o! .1, ring coly ?>u u 300 n.oftobayt rvo'Wi d ir> sx? tb? niiu. no* n. i.ciaabi! -h i-.t toia ?ra - c*s ?. 'i ? louat vf L'>ri:nji' nt cecwtltlj.ui^baa?-l eino* lu? ?to Rumi? baa, howatar, lno(?aaaa ttvm tta

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