Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 30, 1848, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 30, 1848 Page 1
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w =8= ~~*T H ^ JL JLX HO. 5232. IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE. A R R I T 1 L OF Tiirc STEAMSHIP AMERICA. ONE WEEK LATER FROM ALZi PARTS OF HUB.OFB. OUTBREAKS IN IRELAND. TROUBLE ON THE CONTINENT. MARKETS. if. &e. &c. The ocean steam-ship America, Capt. Judkins, %vas telegraphed about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. She was boarded by the steamer News Boy, and our despatches brought immediately to the Herald office. The America sailed from Liverpool on Saturday the Kith inst.; her news is, consequently, seven days later than that brought by the Aoadia at Boston. The newR is important. There has been some fighting in Ireland. AHairs on the Continent are in a very confused unsettled state. SUMMARY OF THE NEWS. THE OUTBREAK IIV IRELAND. The accounts received from the south of Ireland says the Ewnjfan 'I\mc*, lead us to the beliefthat the disturbances at Carrick, and the whole district of the valley of the Suir, are of an agrarian nature. "Themovement," says tiia Dublin Freeman, ' if it could be called a rising, was a rising of poverty, and not a manifestation of political discontent." Several affrays have taken place with the police, and some persons on both sides have been killed. General McDonald, with the 3d buffs and a company ol the Sid, left Dublin to put down the outbreak. ' It was a guerilla warfare directed against certain landlords who have lately distrained upon the growing crops of their tenants for arrears of rent; aud the absence of any political feeling on the part of the rioters has been, throughout, remarkable. At one mcment the insurgents are reported on the hill at Carnckbeg, at another at Lowry Bridge; in the evening tiiey are said to be en camped Curraghmore Wood, and the next morning they appear at Kilmacthomas. It is said that a body of armed insurgents made an attack upon the position of the Marquis of Waterford at Curraglimore, with a view to obtain possession of the pieces ot artillery with which it was recently fortified ; hut this needs confirmation. The Waterford mail was sto ped near Granny Bridge ; hut, after some difficulty with the people, who were about to pull down the bridge, the map proceeded. The insurgents had attacked the police btation atGlenbower, and one man had been killed by the police, who tired upon the assailnnts. The little putty cf police was, however, still in danger. Upon ilie appearance of the troops a Carrick-on-buir the insurgents Eed to the hills. The battle at Glenbower, Ireland, was adespicable ufiiiir, in a military point ot view. It appears that the police barrack at the former place was attacked by about one hundred men?the lew constable? who had charge ot it retired towards Carrick. Hi fore they were able to remove their clothes the insurgents pounced upon them, and carried them oft'as trophies The chiefs mime diately arrayed themselves in the boots, shirts, and other articles, not i-howiag, exactly, from what source they wi re derived. The list of casualties on one side appears to be?two insurgents shot dead, five or six wounded, and several prisoners. One policeman is reported wounded. The Irish Tii:ils. Next week, beginning ou the lKth instant, the com* mission for the trial of Vlr. Smith O'Brion i? to be opened at f.'louiuel. but the prisoners cannot be " put upon the country" before trie lirst week in Ootober. Although there is but one conclusion an to the result, much curiosity prevail* as to the probable disclosures. /Is yet. tbn history of the abortive rebellion Is unknown beyond the details of the tight at U.illinifury, for the calculations and procei dings of the chiefs aro still involved in mystery. The law authorities seem nearly a* much abroad as the public, for they are apparently unable to uncertain bow tar Mr .Member was Involved in the reTolt. Mr. Unify. It now appears, is not to be implicated in the oonspirai y. and is therefore to be tried alone in Dublin. Anion# the persona summoned to Rive evidence at <;loninel. is Lord John Ituasel ; but his lordship will not be the only witness whose appearance, should he attend, will excite public curiosity. More than one ' traitor" is spoken of as " Q.ue? >,'s evidence,11 and hencen cloud of secrets if expected on the cross-examinations. England. The improved aspect winch manifested itself in commercial circles, had not abated to the 16th UlMltlll. The cotton trade was still very s??ady. Sales to a moderate extent are daily reported, without any alteration worthy ol nonce. Breadstuff's were rather more inquired after, and if any change can be noted in prices, it is in favor of the buyer. There w as very little doing in any description of inetalti, and British iron, spelter, and tin, are a i oint cheaper. The demand for money was still limited for commercial purposes, and the rate of interest continues at Ui to 3.J per cent for first rate bills; to 6 percent bring reauired for others. Theie is very little goi.ig forward in the market for national and foreign securities, and prices are tolerably well maintained. Louis Nupo'.eon ilonapnrto lias gone to Paris. SAi.r or the Gskat Bmtai*.?In pursuance of a notice Usued several weeks ago. the (ireat Britain steamer put op by auction ' There was a very large attendance of merchants. brokers, and other gentlemen connected with chipping. The length of the vessel, dk Mated in the inventory, is 310 ieet 3 inches ofor all; breadth 60 fee* 4Inrlus; height between deoks 02 feet; registered burthen 3.442 tons' engines 1,000 horse powir; with accommodation for 250 cabin pasaonirers' llin oLom rnnm flip SOU tnrm <if nnal Th?> tloneer, iu opening the ?alr. said it would be unnecessary fir him '.o msko any obeervatiouH relative to the noble vi cu l he mi about to^ffer to their notice; what ohe bad dune, and what the had suffered, wan the best guaranti e a* to ber capabilities and strength. After roadloft the conditions of sale, as to the payment of the purchase money, and that not less than ?100 would be received at each bidding, he stated that ?20.009 had been offered for her before the sate, but it would require two bidders to nia't* a sale. After thi announcement. Mr Curry waited for offers, but n<me were made. Afl'-r urging those | re-eat to come forward and purcbafO, he said he would give (Its minutes for gentlemen to think about, the matter, and if no bids were then tendered, the ,?e?sel would b? withdrawn. Tbe appointed time having expired, and not a single effer being received. Mr. C announced tbat he would withdraw tbe ship, on acootuit of the ownera, at ?40,000, which was the resurred prion. Tim Oo aw M?im.-SorriiAMrrow, Sept. 12 ?The ttoyal Mail Steam Packet Company's ship Dee, Capt. Wm Allen, is appointed to sail on Sunday next, the 17th Inst., with the usual British and foreign West Indian mails, and the mails for Madeira Santa >1 irtha, <krthagena. ( hagre*. and San luan Nicaragua; her route is ria .Madeira and Barbadoes The Great Wastern. Captain < hapman, will leave on tbe 2d proximo, with Wtst Indian. Mexican, and New Orleans m ?ili, la Bermuda and Havana. Th- United States in til steamer Hermann. Capt. K Crabtrea, will arrive here on Sunday next, the 17th from Bremen. to lead for New Veils, for which place she intended to take her departure on the 2'lth Inst The Hermann reached Bremen on the morning of Thursday last?all well. Steamships in dock. l)>-e. Tay and American st >a'ner I nited States TheUreat Western Is in t,on I?n utidet going a trilling overhaul The ('holrrn. On tho aist of August, lh*r? w.'re !U0 cholera patient* under treatment, in St. I'eterthurgh, in the cotirw cf the day; '2'i recovered, and Sddled On the 1st of September, there were only 846 patient* under treatment. On tbn 1st of August, tbe flriit nat? of cholera ap pared In Poland, namely In Warsaw, wher* tho p*. tlent died aft?r live hours'suffering The next day, ^.two more persons were s?*med. and on the 17th, another Several cafes of cholera hn?<' occurred among the military in tbe camp, as well at la the city. E NE MORN Our Liverpool Vorrfatpoiiitencr. LpcBroot, Sept. 10, 1848. The Cambria only reached Liverpool on Thursday evening?the mails at 6 IV M , and herself at 10 P. M. She bad to wait for tba flood tide; strong easterly gales caused the delay. The London and foreign portion of the mails, I am Informed, did not leave Liveri pool for London until yesterday morning, which would, I suppose. prevent the London people replying to their correspondents by to-day's steamer, as they could only have at most five hours to do so. THE OiniJREAK IS IRELAND. There seems to be no doubt that the news from Ireland, which goes out by this ateamer, Is substantially correct. An extra oolamn from the Kilkenny Moderator office, of Wednesday, the 13th Inst , says:? The intelligence from Carrlck and tho surrounding district received since we went to press last night, haa been mucb more alarminfr than we had then anticipated. No doubt now remains of the fact of an insurgent force having assembled and ahnwn a spirit of the utmost determination The main body of the rebels, said to be 4,000 strong, la encamped on Aheny Hill, iu the connty of Tipperary, but immediately adjoining the Slate Quarries, In this county. The position ia an extremely strong one, and every possible measure ap|?e?r* to bave been taken to add to its security. There is no doubt that leaders of some military expe. rlenceare In tbe oamp, and the peasantry are being regularly drilled They are ohlefly armed with pikes, but mint hii? rifles ltlohard O'Dnrman is anlil tn be the chief in command, >nd Dobeny is also said to b<> amongst th?m. The commissariat is regularly supplied by the neighboring farmers, who voluntarily Fend in cattle ntid other provisions, knowing that otherwise they would have to surrender them by compulsion. At about four o'clook, P. M., yesterday,fa detachment from the camp proceeded to the polioe barrack of the slate quarries, which the constabulary had only quitted about twenty minutes previously, to take refuge at Piltown. The insurgents, at some distance from the house, fired through the windows, but finding that there was not any person within, they soon took possession of it, and ultimately set it on fire, reduolng the entire house and furniture to asbes. Rumor states that all the other surrounding constabulary stations were attacked, and that in some oases the polioe were disarmed, whilst in others the men had fortunately quitted tbclr barracks previously, and retired upon Carriok and Clonmel. The driver and guard of the Cork mail, which arrived here at about ten o'clock last night, report that the polioe had quitted the Olenbower station, and bad retired to that of Nlnc-mllebouse. Shortly, previous to the arrival of the eaoh at the latter plane, a party of the Insurgents had surtounded the station, and demanded that the united parties within, numbering about ten men, should surrender their arms. The polioe refused, and upon the insurgents proceeding to attack the house, the little garrison fired out and put the belligerents to flight. The guard states that ha saw one man, an athletic voung peasant, lying dead on the road, and the people or the neighborhood told him that many had been wounded. He was also told that the insurgents bad only gone for a relnforoement, and that they would soon return from the camp to take vengeance for the loss of their comrade The fate of the gallant little party of the police Is still doubtful?one report states that they left the?barrack, and taking with them their furnitnre, &c., on cars, marohed In the direction of CarrickL It is, however, scarcely possible that they could nave been rash enough to leave the shelter of the house to travel by a road whioh was occupied In many places by the enemy. The insurgent parties encountered by the mail did not interrupt its course, though they frequently stopped and questioned the guard and driver. Rumors, which are not yet authenticated, assert that a skirmish took place yesterday at Tortlaw between the police and insurgents, in which some were killed on both sides. Another report asserts tbat yefterday morning 800 men armed with pikes marched through Coolnamuck wood, from the county of "Water ford, to join the insurgents at Aheny Hill. It is also stated that a temporary encampment of insurgents was held last night at Lismatigue, in this county, and near Kilcath in Tipperary. In the middle of yesterday a mob of laborers paraded the streets of Thomastotvn, demanding that they should be given employment or food, or otherwise* they would join the rebels. What their ultimate Proceeding was we have not yet a?certained. At a late onr last night Sir R. Langr'she, Bart., with his family, arrived in this town, and stopped at the club house, as the district of Knocktopherwa* in an alarming state of disturbance. Several fugitives from Kilmaganny arrived hero in the night, amongst whom were Dr. Dunran, Mr Adams, and Mr. Morres. with their families Tlio Rev. Jeremiah MoShane, with his fa'niiy. took refuge with T Shaw, Esq.. at Kilree. Krom some of the Kilmaganny fugitives we learn that a party of the rebels proceeded to the house of Mr. George Shepherd,of Kiltiassy. and presenting their pikes at him. demandtd.l'QO as a ransom for his life, lie was ultimately compelled to swenrtliathe had not suoh a lUm of rrnney. and was then suffered to take his horse and depart. By hli advice, the inhabitant! of Kilmaganny fled to Kilkenny, and the police of that station retired, on Callan. When tbey were leaving, the peasantry were collecting in crowds, and apparently about to join the inturgents. A gentleman from Kilmaganny assures us that ho had conversed with a person who obtained a very near view of the rebel camp upon Aheny hill, and saw a large force being drilled to the exercise of the pike, whilst others were engaged in slaughtering cattle and cooking at an immense tire j lighted on the centre of the hill. He also states that there were three pieces of cannon on the hill, which j the rebels bad obtained by a 'successful attack on Curraghmcre Houfe, One hundred and fifty men were said to have been despatched to attack t'astlej town, tlio residence of W. V. Stewart, Ksq , high sheriff of this county; and it was rumored that the j remaining insurgent force meditated a descent on ! Carrick?a Mport was even received here that that ! town bad been taken and burned by them, but this is not authenticated. Many people passing along the roads were stopped and pfessed into the insurgent ranks, whilst others were suffered to depart upon an assurance that they wet'e not spies or messengers of the authorities. During the night fires were blazing nn all thn mirroundinfr hill* P Blak?. Kmi . r>mintv inspector, proceeded from this city to Callan last Bigot, and baa not yet returned. The following are the account* published in the first and second editions of the Liverpool Journal of thi3 i day Alarming Newt from Ireland. We received, late last evening, the following from the office of the Elooti'ic Telegraph Company. Our readers must judge"for themselves as to giving full credit to the statement. The Dublin papers of yesterday morning, via Holyhead, in the usual way, reached us yesterday evening, and they distinctly statod that the trains, arriving at four o'clock yesterday morning in Dublin, from the south, bad no confirmation of the 1 alarming rumors of Thursday We suppose that the Klectric Telegraph Company hare obtained their information by an arrival at Bristol. The correspondence subjoined is, we presume, from late editions of yester| day's Dublin papers. Clonmkl, Sept. 14. The out-ofllces of a Protestant olergyman were bnrnt i down la?t night, and a farmer shot for refusing to give up arms. The 3d Buffs came into Clontnel to-day, and had 28 1 of their men handcuffed for having shouted for repeal. The insurgent camp Is now seven miles from Clonmel, and I am informed that they roast the bullocks and sheep on Iron gates. They are pressing every one , to join them. A real rebellion has broken out at last. The rebels are posted in almost inaccessible positions on Newtown and Kilmacthomas hills. Doheney commands in the county of Waterford. The troops yesterday only captured nine scouts. I .nut nlsht there was a irener&l rUlmr nf th.< lumnin within about six miles of Carrlck. "Many had gun*.'' At oiz o'olock a large body marohed to attaok th police station at Ulenbower, abont night mile* from Clonmel. The pfdice were preptring to take refuge In , Carriok, vthen tDe rebels fired on them The police returned tbe fire, and the fight lasted a quarter of an hour. The result was that a number of the insurgents were killed, and only three of the poiioe wounded The rebel* fled, and the dead bodies wero left I xhind. The police have fled from all the outer stations, and to-night, it is feared, will reveal some awful scenes. The Cork paper, while giving the rum >r of Dnheny being at the bead of tbe Insurgents, mentions it as the general belief in Cork, that that inrtividnsl. with other leading insurgents, were among those lost in tbe Ocean Monarch. [We haTe taken evflry precaution to prove the authenticity of tbe above communication, but in reply to our messages of inquiry forwarded to London, we | are oniy intormea mm mo news wont by Crewe to the metropolis, and wm theuoe telegram bed to Liferpool ] TUr Lai f ft from Ireland By the' mail-boat, which left Kingstown lait night, w? have received the Dublin evening papers of ye?terday. They blind no confirmation of the alarming ; new* which we gave, with a caution, to oar readers, under the head l.atost News. The Dublin Krrnint Mail admits that there is a disturbance iu the neighborhood of rurraghmore, but speak* of it as dying away. 1 ho whole aooount. a< it now *tand*. is merely ! to the extent that three polioe btrrask< hare been attacked at ltathgormack. t'ortlaw, and the Slate Quarries; tbat, in these cases, some one or two of the people may hare been klliad; that a bridge has b-en dismantled at (Jarney; that there has boon a oolliilon with a miall body of military and the mob. the latter being discomfited and driven for rel'u^e into the woods of Curragbmom ; that bonfires. up ! to Wednesday night, have been seen biasing J on the hills of Wateiford and Kilkenny, and th?', I that there is some sort ofa camp, rebelliously occupied, i formed on Aheny llill?thin namp being defended by a few pieces of cannon plundered from the house of the i Maiijui* of Waterford. At the Portlaw barrack the . nob ton e did not exceed four hundred Ksreral prlsci?rtha?e been taken by a detached etrps of the ; both regiment of infantry, and these wen have been Identified as orimluated In the attaek on the p >llce 1 barracks. Mr. O'.Vtahoney is raid to ham hoaded a guerilla expedition on Wednesday, the object of which was h predatory excursion in the neighborhood of Kilmaoi homes, in search of arms. Nothing mors la said of Mr. Doheny. The military and the polioe are everywhere on the alert, and ao far there In no doubt of their baring been completely uooesjfol la W Y( ING EDITION?SATU] Ktiota mail encounters nt r.hey m*y hn*? yet ha4 ?in the^would-be insurgent*. A report of what wag goln, on bad been forwarded to Hear-\dm1rnl Mackoy. The Pilot, Dublin paper, of lent evening, while no denying there facta, refutes to look upon them a* a all significant or alarming. The Dublin Freetnan'i Journal, of this morning says:? " No email amount of excitement prevailed in towi during thi entire of yesterday, in eOD8i><(Uence of thi alarming, tbougb vague. and in many ret-pects innon sigtent. report* that bad reached town by the morn ing mall, witb regard to an ingurreetionary movemnn in tbe couth of Ireland. The only local journals thai reached town yesterday, containing any informitlor on tbe suttfect of tbe alleged "rifting," were the Cloti mel Chrmiicle and Kilkenny Moderalot, both conserva tire, and, without meaning in the slightest degree tc impeach tbe veracity of either, both well diflpoaeU tc impart an alarming tint to any intelligence they ori. ginate in reference to the peaaantry. ' Tbe only facta that may b? looked upon as oertalo are, that gome movement of the peaaantry in the vicinage ef Carrirk hag taken place, and that two or three Ipergong, found witb arma on their pergong. have b*eo arreated. The extent ot tbe movement, its ohjeotn, and ita leadera, area* yet very imperfectly known, and every man, according to hia temper and hia viewg, puts bia own interpretation on each fact as It transpires." OT11KR NEWS. Just as the Acadia was about departing last Saturday, I saw the body of tbe steward of tbe Ocean Monarch brought on shore. John Frederlok Stanton, F.rq., of Foley-house, London, has forwarded to Mr. Neilson a very handsome ?liver tankard for Jerome, who go nobly rescued seventeen lives from the wreck of tbe Ocean Monarch. I have jut t seen a letter dated Sept. 14, from a repeotable gentleman in Ualway, which says, " Wheat will not produce 6 cwt. to the acre, and the potatoes are as bad as they can be." The Cork Examiner says: ' Th? importation of Indian corn Into this port from America, which bad oeased last year, has reoommenced, in anticipation of an extensive demand for that article. Several oargoea have arrived already, either for orders or delivery. >t is satisfactory to know that by tbia early importation, provision ia beginning to be made against excessive prices for food." AFFAIRS ON TDE CONTINENT. Things remain on the continent pretly much where they were. General Cavaignac keeps France in hand, prohibits an adverse press, and continues popular because the general opinion seems to be that he is equal to the occasion?the man demanded by circumstances. The National Assembly has not yet passed the porch of the new constitution, and the latent dismission hail r#? lerence to the rights of labor?an abstraction not worth a thought, because practically uninferential. So* far human common sense has had a triumph in the debates. The FreniU Republic. Our latest advicesirora Paris are not very satisfactory. The socialists were mustering their strength, having been very much dissatisfied with a speech madefy M. Thiers. Government, it was supposed, would close the club. It is thought the red republicans will carry the Paris elections. Geaerals Cavaignac and Lamorici&re are not on good terms; the lormer having, in the opinion of Gen. Lamoriciere, leaned too much, latterly, to the democratic party The committee on the indemnity to be allowed to the colonial slave holders, have resolved that its amount shall be raised from 90 to 120 millions. It was also resolved, that the one-third of this sum shaJl not be liable to the claims ot creditors, but shall be exclusively applied to the carrying on works in the plantations and colonies. The National Savoiien, ot the 11th, speaks of a confederation said to be concluded between fhe Italian powers, namely, Sardinia, Tuscany, Rome, and Naples; the latter on the condition that the l)uke of Genoa do not accept the erown 9f Sicily, and that all the powers should offer their mediation between Sicily and'Naples, to induce the former to accept of one of the sons of 1'Vrdinand. It appears that the park of artillery belonging to Sardinia, which had been retained by the Austrian* at Peschiera, is to be given up by them. Fifteen hundred cavalry have arrived at Cremona to escort it back into the Sardinian states. The Corricre lAvomtst, of the 7th, contains an account of the return of the deputation sent to Florence by the insurgents. Guerraz/.i spoke to the people, praising their energy, and announcing thai the government had promised to forget all the acts thatnad taken place up to that time, also not to send troops against Leghorn, and to allow the people too choose their own local government. The dissolution and re-organization of the national guard of Leghorn, and n general amnesty to the soldiers, had also been obtained. A telegrai iiic dispatch Ins been received by the French government, which announces that the Neapolitan troops have taken possession of Messina, after a long bombardment, by which the town mllered croimously. Interesting from Spain?The American I>IInl?ter?Culm, <fcc. Madrid, Sept. 8, 1848. A correspondence has taken place between th? government anil Mr. Saunders, the United Statei Minister heie, respecting Oenerat Lopez's plot to de liver Cuba into the hands of the Yankees The A marl can Ambassador's explanations are considered quite satisfactory by the Spanish Cabinet, and all tho commnnicatione that hare passed between his Kxeellencj and the Minister of Foreign Affairs were sent home bj him via London a few days ago, by a special moesenger Spaniards regard Cuba as the gem of tha Spanish crow n, and labor under the hallucination that England and the 1'nited States are watching an opportunity, like two hnngry mastiffs, to snap up this colonial tit-bit; just as if the former had not enough to do with her own colonies, at least as long as the present secretary for them is in office. The government is full of anxiety on account of tho Carliste and Progreslstas, and secretly regrets having so wantonly outraged Great Britain, and mado her an enemy, at such a critical moment. It would do anything except confess itself in the wrong, and receivc Sir Henry Rulwtr back again to resume diplomatic relations. I believe the United States Ambassador hi! been sounded by Narvaex, with a view of finding out in an indirect manner, whether he will act as a mediator between the two government^ for the purpose ol ltpincrinff about a re^nni-ilinMnn Mr fiannrlitpj ornnM I think, be reluctant to accept nuch a nmxiou as Lcrd Palmerston ban expressed hie Arm determination not to have anything more to do witfc thu existing Spanith cabinet. He cannot do loss, and it would have bci n better for hid own credit and the honor of England if he had done more. Accounts from Spain of the 5th instant state thai the accouchement of the Duchess of Montperisiei was expected daily ; and that greut preparations were making to give due eclat to the royal birth. Atiatrta. The followingtelegraphic despatch was received at Vienna on the 8th. Albmi has quitted Venice with the Sardinian fleet, and the Austrian fleet has set sail from Trieste to blockade Venice. in Vienna distrust prevails. The Hungary Croatian question is again complicated, and the outlying provinces still exhibit stiiking instances of insubordination to the imperial authority. The Frankfort parliament is still without a mm ietry. M. Dahlmann has been compelled to announce to the administrator of the empire hit inability to form a covernment. Archduke John, therefore, sent forM. Hermann, representative foi Munich, and confided to him the task. It is said that in both the committees of the Central Powei and International Affairs there is a majority of ten against nine for the ratification of the Danish nrinistire. Advices from Frnnkfort of the 9th give the following report of the new ministry:?Baron Von Arnim, 1-oreign Affairs; Stedtinan, Interior; Compel, Justice ; Hermann, Finance ; and Ductwit/., Commerce. The accounts received from the continent a-rr not of much interest. The Schleswig-Holstein nflnir is generally looked ii|>on as settled, notwithstanding the veto of the Frankfoit Assembly. Austria has accepted th? mediation of France and Kngland, and the not remote settlement ol the Italian question may he considered as pretty certain. Sicily, however, is now become the tneatre ot war. The invading troops from Naples have effected a landing at Mcssin i, hirtyy done immense mischief in the bombardment oi the city. The interference of linijland h:?s heen solicited by the Sicilians, nnd there some analogy between their case and that of the Tiom^ bards, with this addition in their favor, that we had acknowledged their independence. Northern tJermany continues to be agitated about th? Schleswitt-IIolatein affair ; but as jhe armistice has been giuned and the blockade raieed, the preparatory adjustment is not likely to lie diFtnibed. The Dret at Frankfort has voinnteered, unintentionally, a test ot its power; for if il iiersists in annulling the aimistice, it will be seen how far it is capable of enlorciai; its decrees. Piuisia is said to desire a renewal of hostilities, tor the purpose, perhaps, of escaping from a difficulty which presents itself in the debate upon opinion in the army. The legislature h is decided that no officer, whose views are adverse to the new Mate of ihin;;H, can be retained; nnd, a? many officers do enteitain such views, their dis missal appears harsh if not dangerous. Ministers throughout the German States urc not, at present exempt from abnndance of official troubles. The Hungarian Daputlsa wars to tear* TUaaa Si )RR ] EtDAY, SEPTEMBER 3( J the 8lt> l< wSat rumored liiai if Uii* r.uiperor refuse g to com* to Peath to aettln the dtHVreneei between Han trary and Croatia. Hungary would declare he rat* If in t dependent of Atutria. t Italy. The Italian question remains almost in ttatu quo V It now appears that Austria 1ms indeed aceeptct s the mediation of France and FCneFand, but untie: ? such circumstances as do not for the present girt any immediate hopes of an adjustment. The ton# assumed by General Cavaignac, as having " imh noflfri" Inrms nnnn Aunfrm. mnuf ?v?vni>. t rate ?hat power 1 A letter from Trieste, of Sept. 0, says:?"This afternoon at two o'clock, the war-steamer M.irin ' l)orotea anchored here, havtngon board Cheralrer , Matyaszewsky, with despatches Irom Field-Marshal Baine Welden to the Sardinian Rear-Adrftiral. This officer brings the intelligence that th? Piedi montese squadron, consisting of mon-of-war, eleven in number, togetner with the troops in Venice 1 and tne General Dolla Marmora, forming the gar1 rison of the forts, would, according to Albini's as1 sursnce, sail early tlys morning, and that the Ye| netian ships which were previously with the squadron, had retired into the canals." Schk-awig-lIoUteln. The retirement of the German troops from the duohles continues uninterruptedly. Urrmnnyr The overthrow of the government at Frankfort, a:, well aa that at Berlin, is announced. The Germans are bent upon carrying out their > r?j*?ct of establishing a German empire, whatever political or commercial principles siand in the way. The resignation of the Prussian ministers in a body on tne 8th instant, adds confusion to the chaos of events now in rapid agitation. The king cun scarcely throw himself into the hands of the party who have compelled the late ministry to resign. Everything appears in a most excited state at Berlin, and it is most difficult to predict what will be the issue. Accounts from BeKin, of the 10th, bring us no positive news of the termination of the ministerial crisis, lleports of different combinations of parties were in circulation, but none of them carry an| appearance of certainty. It was positively stated that the King was on the following day to pub lish a manifesto to the nation. Switzerland. Letters from Berne, In the Augtbure Gatetle, report the proceeding!) of the newly assembled Diet, and the acceptance of the federal constitution by the Canton de Vaud. A report read to the Diet on the affairs of Italy confirms the statement that Kinp Charles Albert had agreed with Austria to onter into a direot negotiation without any mediation, and that the oity of Verona had been selected as the plaoe of meeting for the plenipotentiaries. The Trince Von Sohwaruenburg is appointed to aot as the plenipotentiary for Austria. Sicily mid Nnplcu. A letter from Marseilles of the 7th inst. states, that on the Neapolitans landing at Mussina, 10,000 or 12,000 men, they were driven hack by the Sicilians. During the action, a shell was tired, which accidently fell on board her majesty's steamship Gladiator, and killed one of the crew. The English merchants had placed all their moveable property on board the (iladiator. Nothing further has transpired as to the report which prevailed yesterday within the precincts of the Chambers, that Messina bud fallen. It is said that, previous to the withdrawal of the Sardinian fleet from the waters of Venice, tho Austrian government had pledged itself to abstain from any attack by sea during tho negotiations for the pacification of Italy. Piedmont. The whole of Piedmont appeals in a wretched state. The re-orgaaization ol Charles Albert's army is proceeding rapidly. Mccklcnbcrg Strclltz. An insurrection, it is s.nd, broke out in Mecklenburg-Strelitz on the 7th instant, when the Grand Duke promised to withdraw the new electoral law. Tuscany. Tuscany has become the scene of the most frightful disorders. Portii?nl. ' The Tiger has arrived lroin Oporto with letters 1 to the 10in*t. The wine crops and corn harvest are reported to be splendid. Saxony. iSome disturbances took place on the 8th inst. [ at Edenbourg, in Saxony; they were not of a pof litical but asocial character. Two large manufactories were destroyed by the workmen; und in ( the conllict with the communal guard, the latter were disarmed, and compelled to effect their escape. Fifteen men were killed, but of which party the accounts do not state. Tnscnny. A-nother insurrection hiis broken out at Leghorn, in consequence of a proclamation prohibiting the meet! ings ot political riults. The official decree* were pulled down, which led to a collision between the prflice and the populace. Troops were called ont, end a sharp conflict followed, several on both sides Seing killed and wounded. Aportknot the military joined theinnirgents, and the troops and the governor withdrew to the lortrefs. A provisional government wm at ones ep| tablit-hod. which, wo presume, will be but of ephemeral existence. k T>IM InfiNt. intfllitranm from I.Pffhnrn i 3 t r\ t.Tir* 7t.h 5 ' Tlie city was perfectly tranquil, the barricade)) had been removed, and business wai resuwtd. \ provisional Rovernijifc committee had been appointed fjr i ! regulating the allairs of the toirn until i.tin arrival of Trieco Corpinl, when tho Duke would resume his r ut-ual authority. r Tlic Crop*. Tlie weather during ihe past week has been i generally favorable for harvest operations; and although in the eoutliern counties some d.image has been done to the crops, we Delieve it will be 1 found that in the northern parts of the kingdom 1 and in Scotland, wherever the grain lias been carried, it has been secured in tolerably good i condition. In Irelaud the wheat crop will be con; siderubly below an average, the oats will be an i average crop, and barley, taking tne diminished quantity sown, less than usual. We are afraid, 1 however, that the damage to the potatoes will be found to be most extensive. In England, as far as ' llie reports which have reached us can be relied ! on, we think the crop of grain will be found to be f bcli w an average. , The markets in the Baltic and in tlie Mrditer, ranean are comparatively high; and although there will doubtless be a fair importation of grain from 1 Europe during the rest of the year, it will not be 1 until the entire removal of the duty, and the con' sequent shipments in the spring from all quarters, that the full extent of the business in the foreign Hade will be asceitained. Some Indian corn will certainly be required to replace the loss consequent 1 upon the damage to the potato crop in Ireland. Kliinnt-lnl Nnttim. The accounts of the Hank of England during ' tlie week do not furnish any m Uerial subject for comment. Considerable parcels of gold con' tinue to arrive from Constantinople, Lisbon, and St. Petersburg. The increase of bullion in the r Hank coffers was trifling, but the large increase of "oilier" securities injthetr statement, shows that ' , discount business has been renewed to some extent. The securities now figure as ?11,368,811 ugdiast ?'17.508,119 at this period last year. Tne liank of France continues to present 1 in their accounts an increased stock of ; coin nnd ingots, to the extent of four : millions of Iranca in the J'aris Hank, and [ four millions and a half in the branch establish; inents. The amount of bills falling due has decreased not less than seventeen millions, a preg1 nant uyf of the decline of business. The notes in emulation have decreased. The government account has increased from 2U millions last week to38i, in consequence of the bank having paid in anticipation an instalment of 25 millions, which accounts for the increase. The French three per cents closed oi^Thursday at 45, the live per cents, at 70.J francs. The Grain Trade of Karopc. [ r row tiic i^uuuuu uwnnr, arpv i.i j The advicea from thi> north of Knglmiil nod Scotland apeak very favorably of the harvest, the weather having been auspicious alnco the commencement o( the month; ctlll there la not likely to bo any superabundanceln any part of the kingdom; and that the crops will prove deficient In many of the principal corn growing countiea of the south cannot be doubted. In proportion a* thrashing I* proceeded with, the complaints aa to the yield of wheat increase; and ai i the accounta respecting potatoes bare again beoouie worae within the ia*t week or two, there is reaaon to fear that pricea of food will not be ho moderate as might be desired, We do not, however, anticipate any mateiial advance In the value of broad!-tuff. During the time occupied in preparing the iaad and getting in the Hutumn Peed, the uppliea of wheat may. perhapa, fall aomewhat fhort of the quantity required for c ?nMimption In which oase prions would, no doubt, get up i h few 'hillings; but whilst we have ydMlly arrival* from abroad to the extent lately received, with the \ prospect before ua of much larger foreign supplies ! when the duty shall Joave been taken off ou the Wt of February, no verygrrator permanent rise in pricea appeara probable There la. nevertheleaa, iuat now, a atrong feeling that quotations have for the present touched the lowest point, and the millers, who a< a i body hold lijibt stocks, ahow more anxiety thaa tbey I have hitherto done to purchase In the London market prices have, it will be observed, not varied much, but in I many parts of the country the tendency baa beeu deeldedly upward*. Potatoes, which have until laUly I,t en very ;ehesp, are, it geenu, getting more scare*, and have, within the last week or two, brought m<t' terlally enhanced terms The arrivals of wheat coaetaiie into London have been amall since I the eleae of Laat week, and the quantity brought SERA ), 1848. ,1 lorwnid by lau?l carriage samples from the home i- counties has not been particularly large. On ? i. Monday we bad a good ?how from Kssex, but small tW from Kent and Suffolk The greater proportion of th< ho supply consisted of new wheat, which, on the whole, A wan of better quality than before ; full term* were con- In srquently united, but no advance on previous price* di could be established. On Wednesday the demand wai cc r not aoMve ; still. where sales were mad*, former rates ac s were rather exceeded, and thin morning the beat de- ee ! serlptlons of wheat oould hardly bu bought ao well as pi earlier in the week. The duty fell to 6?. yesterday, 1 ta and will b? down to 4a. per quarter (the minimum tin 3^ der the existing law) next weak. Both buyers and he seller* ee em tfi.posed to wait till then before they enter 3d into extensive operations, and the transactions in free lb 1 whtut have been on quite a retail scale throughout 1 the wo k, quotations remaining much the same im be- an fere. Floating cargoes and parcels to be shipped at tei foreign ports nave not ocen to prrssmgiy onerea. una rr Polish Odessa to arrive has recovered a portion of the pe , I late deoline. Quotations of flour have remained no- ca minally unaltered, with but little parsing In the art)- Is cle. The arrivals of new KngHith barley nave hltheTto *' been very tmall ; a few lots were shown on Monday, for the best of which prevloun prices were obtained. Foreign barley moved ol! very tardily, and the demand ^al has not sinoe Improved. The market has been spar- do ingly supplied with oats of homo-growth, and the arri- trt vals from abroad have been only nao Jerate. The deal- ?ol ers have nevertheless bought with great caution, and ?i I the rates of last Monday weekhave not boon exceeded. <?2 i KnglUh beans have sold on much the same terms as *Of before. Egyptians have hardly imUntlined their for- pal mer value. I'ess of all sorts have sold slowly, and the th? turn has been In favor of the buyer. With a renewed to demand for Indian corn on IrWh account, floating car- baJ goes have been held about 2s. per quarter above last ter week's prices. 1 Bank or KnglaiidT. An nccount, pursuant tot the Act 7th and 8th Vlo., chap. 22. for the week ending Saturday, the Oth of Sep- *1" , tember, 1846. *7" tllVK bRF&RTMRNT, *la] I Notes Issued ??6,9SH.K75 Government Debt.. .?11.010,11)0 re? j OtherSecurities... . 2,*J4^00 I Gold Coin and Bui- a r lion. ... 12,402,140 an Silver Bullion....., 5it>,735 451 ?26.9wjjjb j*1 BANKING DK PART MR NT. I Proprietors' Capital,?14,653,000 Government 8e?u- H l Rest... S,82\GC7 rities (including mi ; Public Deposits (in- I)n?d Weight An- ye eluding Exehe- nuity) fl2.462.7SS quer, Savings Other Securities... . ll,:tJ0,li.'M Banks, Coinmia- Notes 9,114,210 siuncrs of National Gold and Silver Dobt, and Divl- Coin 707,607 dend Accounts).,, (1,400,318 11 Other Deposits 8,771,338 Seven Day and other BUI*. 991,868 ?33/166,191 ?33.606,191 Market*. London Money MAnkitr, Sept. 15, P. M.-There in nothiug doing thia morning iu public veourltiea, and CodhuLs have only fluotuate<l from HO to V all the morning for account, and for money from W-i to 0; reduced three per centa 88. and the three-and-a quarter per cents 87 to 80>*. The June exohequer bilia 23 SC. the March 2U 28, and India boDds 27 20 pm. L London Corn Market, September 16, 1848.?The 1 import duty on wheat has declined to 6a. per quarter; barley, rye, beana, and peas, to 2a. per quar- , I ter. Next week all will be admissible at the minimum > 1 point. At this day's market there was a moderate inquiry for English and foreign wheat at fully Monday's I prices, and a good demand for floating cargoes of Polish Odest-a, as well as for Danube maize (of | which but little is offering) at lato rates. Foreign i barley In (good request; but malt, peas, and beana [u< ! ruled more quiet. Although the supplies of oat* continue tmall, still not the leant Improvement could be realized; buyers merely supplied themselves for | their present wants, at our previous currency. London Trade Retort. Thursday, Sept. 11 ?The I sugar maiket continues miserably dull, and prices are with difficulty sustained; the importers of West India ' : continue anxious sellers, and complain with great (|lp 1 reason of the want of tho usual demand for refining | purposes, which has fallen off .-luce tho introduction litH I of Dutch refined into thin market; and until the prion ,|? i ol the raw rugar, as it is commonly termed, falls ho . : low as to give a remunerating profit to the British roi finer when he sells at the price of Dutch retined in i I this market, he cannot be expected to buy and mtuu- , I faclure, and the price of Dutch will, of course, be | l'" I governed by the price of foreign sugars in Hollan-I. j of I To-day, 460 hhds. of West India only havo been sold, I and the public sales of 4 000 boxes of Havann* in ? I ; bond wore withdrawn for want of buyers at previous all rater ; alto 120 htids. of St. Croix, duty paid, were /_ bought in Coffee remains witho-it alteration; there , ' has Mt been a aingle sale to-day. Tallow lias b.? n nc lirm at 47s. <id. on the spot. Cotton dull. 100 bales t]1( only sold, ltum continues out of demand. Livr.nroOi. Cotton Market, Sept. 10.?The fair 1111 quality tf cotton is quoted the sumo as last, week, I bet namely. I'pland at 4'td and Orleans 4.\,d but we j (jlt J comider qualities under that class to be\d lower duj ring the last fortnight. There is a general dullness \ at I throughout the whole country?iu London, in Man- j ftc I Chester, and here also,?which Is not ea?ily accounted j for, but it i-< discouraging to business, and curtailing un 1 all mercantile oparattons. Under such a state of r(>| thingf, low as cotton now is. prices are gradually yield- 1 . ing to this pressure. On the subjcct of the .American ' crop, there is nothing materially new. Tho advices Jle< nceived this morning on that subject are not so uni- , j foruily cone.uireut as to the prospect of abundance. I 1300 American linve been taken on speculation; aud coi ! f>7o0 American, 100 Surat, 400 I'ernam, 150 Denial. for j export. The saleR of the week amount to 28,b:20 bales. ! cc6 Livmrooi. Corn Markkt, September 10. 1813.? | | There has been soms tluctuatlou In our market this t"4 1 week; on thn 12th there waM a fair attendance of deal] ers, but the weather being fine and dry. th^re was no activity in the demand A moderate sale wai expe- *10 rienced for ?>ld wheat, at an advance of Id. a 2d. per till 70 lbs. on all kinds of free, and Od. per 70 lbi. on bond- J ed, on the pi ices of tbe5ih. Several parcels of Irish i new appeared, quality various, and found buyers at 7s <1h a 8s per 70 lbs. Oats were snarce, and supported former i rates; new liish brought 3s 6d a 3a 6d per 45 lbs. for nn I best kiindried. Kor barley, beans, and peas there it wan a ?low demand, and all were rather easier to pur- j ?... I chare. Indian corn, on the oontrary, was in consider 1 able request. and 3a. per qr. dearer; and Indian corn ' I nual was held for an advance of Is. to Is. Od. per brl. j f,,, I In American Hour there was no change, but Irish was . j ] mere ralekble at our quotations. There is very little ; in> j old oatmeal remaining here, and the few parcels of new j orri I that come to hand Hud buyers at 31s. to 82a. 64, per , J401bs. At yesterday's market, there was a fair attend- ! on' Mice of buyeia. and the business done in wheat wai j |or moderate. at a drcline of Id. to 2d. per bushel for all qualities of foreign. The price of Knglish wheat was j sel ruj ported. Klour waa exceedingly heavy sale, and I mf English la. per rack cheaper. U nited Status and Ca- j . nsda fweet flour is held at 33a. to 34a. per barrel, i _ Oats and oatmeal in f.hort aupply. Barley, beans and re| * pens were unaltered in value, and the demand for each , VBIIJ iu ina i. CCTriUl Ui vuru luunu I buyers for Ireland at a reduction of Is. to2s. per q'lar- I Clt ter ; 36s. CJ. to 33s. per 480 lbH. is the full value of , .)r( Am.-rican white and yellow corn. Indian meal was ' fid p? r barrel lower, m< American I'iidi ision.s ? Lnt:nrooi , Fiiioay, SepteiU- j nil ber 15?We Lave bad less demand throughout the 1 week for lard; on Tuesday about 210 torn ware brought ^ forward, wbich. being much more than sufficient t? i Fupply the rr(|ulrement8 of the trade, caused a langour j in the sale, resulting in a decline of Od to lit. pur cwt , on the amount told; several holders, however, refusing *' then to give way, only about one-fourth was taken but fcl in the latter part of the week more buninen has been done at the rate* of the sale We have no change to 118 notice in bacon; the demand has been trifling, and prices have undergone little alteration; the stocks in ' first bonds are now much reduced, but dealers have ' still fair supplies .Since our last no good bams have m: been on the market; at. auotion, 30 casks and 10 l>ox*g . . of umound and inferior brought 10s to 27s 6d. per : 'ID cwt. Good quality of shoulders have been wanted, 1 |T< but tbere are none here; a few parcels out of condition realised 23s . to 27s fid. per cwt., by auction. Cheese has continued in brisk request, especially any of fair 'n quality; on Tuesday, about 1.000 boxes, (the greater CB I ortion of which was in bad condition) were offered and nearly the whole fnu nd bo vers at about previous '01 prices; for good middling to fine 45s. to 48s (id per Mi cwt. was realised There Is no change to note In beef, I the market being still very ill supplied. The late ad- ? vance in pork has tended rather to check the demand. Intl although prices here are still much below those current in (by the last advlcer) in America ' ihe Litarooi. Price* Currknt roa tiik Wrr* Bitoirro S? ft 16?Arranged by a Committee of Brokers.? J-rc Sugsr ?There has been more inquiry for refining de- |rl> ^erlpiions, wbich having been met very freely by hold- iiui ers. prices are again lather lower. and the sales are ric S.'jO blids. B. I' and 4 0<HI bags bengal. f oreign. ? wa The sales are oonlined to 135 cases brown Dahia. at aD( from 14 to 15s per cwt for ordinary quality, and 70 wa hhds Cuba Murovndo. at 35s 8d. per owt duty paid, aa rlittler lower prlc^n. i n? dusiqwm in moia>M?*fl ir confined to 40 rink* Porto Rico at 18? 6J , a ad 30 ?rt ca*k* Demeiara. of ordinary quality, at 1C?. per <:wt ' Coffer.?The demand ba* been of the most limited of chnracter. and the ml** arc confined to 40 ban* n?- to J tire Oylon st 30* . .%0 bun* low ordinary Conta llioa J at 2fl* per nvt . 40 bug* Laguayra and 20 bbln. Kio, res price not reported. Hur fiOO bug* black pepper ?old at 2'.t' to 2\I per lb. ; />?i No rale* of cocoa, ginger, or pimento Hlce ? Impoitere having been anxioux to *?ll the "lfl recent arrival*, 11 00U bag* Bengal haro buen di"p, ?ed I"" of at a reduction of 1*. par c?t. A auhIi lot of (JaroUna brought 23 to 24*. per cwt. hai Knm ? The mle? ate SOU puna. We*t Ind'a inula.1- his inn Dernrrara. proof at In 7d., and 32 to 35 per cut. , the (). P at 2*. 7d to 2h Rd,, with Jimialca ut 3<. 41. to 4*. 2d per gallon, according to quality. ,F Tm ?Tbionghout the week the market has been . ' ntcady for black* and green*, and no Alteration in rate* ran bo quoted; bu*ice** not exteu*lve The *?le* reported in Kant India drysaltery article* S?'t are 103 cheoti camphor at 42*. (Id . 130 ton* cocoa nut iej oil at ?39 10* , 10 cafe* Malabar niotber-of pearl ithnlU fli at 0*.. a email parrel of *enna at 2*{d., -1300 btga B iui- ||u hay linH<e<lat41 to 43* , 26 che*t* liver *hnll lac nil 42a , 120 Ixxee pearl nago at <0 to 21*., and a email pir- > , eel of *a?c floor at 10*.; 2<K> ton* nitrate of soda at ll? , and 1300 hag* aaltprtra at 22* (Id to 24* 64 per owt Uyawood*.?The eale* are 40 ton* Cam|M>anhy lof- nn I wood at ?6 IS* to ?ft 17? Od , 180 ton* St. Dominant *i 1 ?4 lie tid ISO tone Jamaica at ?4 7a 61, 110 tons n?| Savanllla (Untie at ?4 to ?4 16a. for racy flno, 90 torn to I. D. TWO CENTS. i > - -ww* 11 tin at ?9 to X'8 5a., 55 ton* Lima NleattK M <m ..1 at 14 10* to ?16, and 15 ton* ?olld Rio Hvhe nt ?10 3| I per ton. Turpuntln* without alteration; 450 bbli ' Id at 8?. for Inferior to fe Id for nan No <%|>i io merle*n tar, but of Stockholm 400 to 500 bbl? bar* enfold at the >|uotatlonfl American rosin In fair 'luand; 000 to 700 bbl*. aold at St. fld. to 3*. !tj f?r minion ijuallty. Montreal awhes are Arm atthelat? Ivance. though there In lea* Inijailry ; ?ome small parId Hold at 2S? for pot*, and 8.1*. for pearl*. At tho ibllo cnli-H of hlilnH on Tueedajr.full prices were obIned ; abotit 8 000 salted Klo Oande?old 3*id to 2d for OX. and lIuniurHil In nr/innptlnn .1 .11)0 itamuwl irae at 4s <>d. for l?t class, S00 dry Wewt indiaat and 22,000 Kant India klpn at l)d. to 10T,<i. pec . for sound dry salted. There ha* been a speculative demand for brimirtone, (1 about 1,500 tons have changed hiinds In the laat n days. establishing small advanoe on the previous ices Small rales made In Sicily Human at 12-t. 0d. r cwt. Common red argola are wanted; about 20 ska Naples aold at tb? quotations. Cream of tartar dull of nale, but the market is bare ot other Horte, of lich good brown has been sold at 60s , and pink at ?. per cwt. The demand for Turkey roots baa alibied, and only Hmall aalee made, at full prices. No lea in madder or <|Uereitron bark The busiueM na in olive oil amounts to ahrut HO tons, at tha ?* me quotations About 130 tuns atal oil hare been d, brown at ?22 10h , straw at ?Xi 5s., and pala at A 10s. per tun; li tuna cod oil realized ?l'i 15s. to 14. Nothing worthy of notice has taken plaoe In d olla or spirits of turpentine The transactions in lm oil bars again been extensive; the total aalea. on > a pot and to arrive, amount to 1.500 tona. at from 2!? jC-10, bnt principally at ?29 to ?21* 10s. per ton. 4M ea jute are reported at ?17 7a. Od , and 10 tona !' aburg clean hemp at XU2 per ton. Taliow has experienced a considerable advance; its of PHf?rshnrir V f prtir.manftud in fha the week st 4&h. fid to 40* , but 4Sg hn.1 been paid, 1 48*. 6d. Is now demanded; Taganrog ha* realizoa . to 47b Oil, American lard has declined; the ealei re been iiregular, but generally at 1 to in. percwt. taction *aiii? 11 oij as k .?Thursday, Sept 14?We hare had atber mere buojant bnur>? to-day, but without y material ailvanon In price* Threes closing at f 26c.; five* at 70f 60o . and new loan at 72f ftOo ,nk of France share* rnniln an yesterday, at l,65if. apolltan have improved to 78>{f ; Spinish threes, 24f. ves not quoted The share market has not shown aeh animation, but It his been rath?r firmer than eterday, and some of the lines are quoted rat her betr; the improvement, however, has been neither gene1 nor material. itelligeiice to the Latest Moment BECCIVTO BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH AND SPECIAL EXPRESS FROM .ONDON AND DUBLIN, FOR Tint NEW TORE HERALD. UHxllL.1 flTrHllU?Ilil<?. k" SPECIAL EXPRESS, V IA HOr.VnnAD AND CHESTER J Very Important from Irrlnnil. Liverpool, Saturday, ) September 1<>?11 A. M. J Hir ppecial express messengers from I )ublin, and ! [disturbed districts in th? .South of Ireland, t'ejupt thin instant reached Liverpool, and as v are tlie bearers of some rather important ialigence, we hasten to subjoin an outline. \nother, and a more determined outbreak than jt % Mullinahone lias actually brokenjout in parts the South of Ireland, and although our ntessenrs are not disponed to place implicit reliance on the rumors which they heard respecting this icute, either as to its origin or extent, they are, vertheless, fully convinced that thousands of people are up in arms against the government, d that already more skirmishing lias taken place Iween the police and the insurgents. In fact, >y learn that loss of life has already tnken place a district called Glenlower, about eight mdes im Clonmel, where the police were attacked, d a short fight ensned ; three of the rebels aro lorted to be killed, and two or three of the ice wounded. The police are reported to hava J from the out-stattons, leaving their barracka the tender mercies of the insurgents. It ia now ifidently asserted that three pieces of cannon re actually captured by the insurgents, in a sucsful attack on Curraghmore House, the seat of : Marquis ot Waterford. Among the insurgents 10 were repulsed in the attack on the police start, at Glenlower, a number are said to have worn : uniform of the *2d club. During the attack on : police station, at Portland, the Rtv. Mr. Mel?ot, J. P., rector of the parish, contrived to effect entrance into the barrack, from the rear, and> is said, rendered essential service, by engaging the police to oiler a vigorous resistance. )ur messengers, who have made particular in ies as to the extent of the present outbreak, orm us that they find that a system of secret [animation has been extensively carried on, not y in the districts where rebellion has now burst ih, but even in quarters which at present pre)t an aspect of perfect tranquility, and this thejr er from the fact that M''3srs. Doht-ny and Gorman, about whom a variety of contradictory torts have been disseminated, were in the irn diate neighborhood of, not absolutely within,the y, on a certain evening last week. An opinion vails in several quarters that the present movent is merely U social one, stimulated by poverty, d not intended for the assertion of any political ht. Mfr. Meagher has retained the services of Mr. rwen, of Thurles, as his solicitor, and that penman is at present engaged in preparing his deice. Meagher feels indifferent as to the charge, he cannot be identified as one of the insurgents Ballingarty. [ 'rom the inquiries which our reporters have ide respecting the approaching State trials, we d the government contemplate carrying on the jsecutions in the most vigorous manner, though to the ultimate fate of the persons to be put on al. if convicted, nothing but vague conieetures n be hazarded, which it would be out of place us to trouble you with. The case of Mr. Mc inus, who was apprehended at Cork, is supposed be one on which the crown lawyers deem the iterials lor a prosecution to be very strong; and reply to an inquiry from hun as to the nature o ; charge ol which he stands accused, he has n informed, in a short formal reply from the iwn solicitor's ol?i. e, that he will be put oil lus il for high treason. We are informed that he J been eiulit days at sea, on his voyage to Ameu, when the vessel in which he had embarked s obliged to put back troin stress of vwather ; i on taking shipping a second time, at Cork, he sarrested We believe that his business here, a forwarding and commission agent and general >ker, produced him some .CI2tMi a year. >V'e mu*t not omit to state that no less than 2d the 3d Hulls have been arrested and committed |uil, lor shunting for repeal. Vs considerable anxiety and curiosity is felt, pecting tli'* lact of Lord John Kussell beirg nmonrd as n witness 011 behalf of Mr. Smith !nen, we directed our Dublin messenger ?o ke some inquiries on the subject, ?nd "lie rets as follows :?As soon ? * Lord John ituasell i been placed on the witness tHble, he will be ?ded (or recognition certain huI??i?r?;>h note* of own. These notes, it is said, were written bv noble Lord, during the memo-able refoim bill latum, and convey instructions to the effect t latge bodies of men should be marched upon ndon, un.!er the pretext ol petitioning. but, in ility, io terrify, it not worse. As we have not 'ii the documents, we cannot, eioryt uj>oo the torts ol others, testily as to their contents, u te who ought to know, however, rHect but le mjMeiy upon the subject How these damtil doctrines cot nto the linnda of Mr. O'Hrien's lienor, is unknown. Perhaps the vam extent ? yet. we believe, unascertained? of ?he rebt?lliotu .veimnt may have drawn iuto active sympithy th the leaders men who, since 1KI1, had ver a motive lor producing the r>-m*rk*blti iies|x>ncence, with whose vxpusura Lord John

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