Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 4, 1848, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 4, 1848 Page 1
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TH NO. 5267. IMPORTANT FROM KUROPfi. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP HIRERVII AT BOSTON. 0 1 E WEEK LATER, kti iti iti The steamship Ilibcrnia, Captain Shannon, arrived at IJo#ton at 3 o'clock yesterday morning. She Bailed trom Liverpool on Saturday, the 21st ult. The H. reports, that on the 22d ult., oil' Cork, saw the steamship America, from New York for Liverpool; on the 31st, saw the steamship Britannia, from New York for Liverpool; an^ on the 2d instant, Cape Sable last thirty miles, saw the steamer Niagara, from Boston, fur Halifax and Liverpool. Annexed is a summary of the news. Affairs In Great Britain. The weather during the week, had be n very uneettled; during the early part, a goo 1 deal of rain had (alien, but a variation of the wind had brought about a complete change in the atmosphere, and a bracing cold succeeded the previous damp weather. Tin- harvest was com pletely got in : and during the next f< rtnight the preparations for autum sowinar would lie central In Scotland, tho potato crop was reported good whilst that of Ireland was immensely short. The oat crop watt, however, good, and the markets generally pat took of the same want of spirit prevailing in England. In fact,speculation was at an end, and the large su p'ies which were flowing in lrom the Bi ltic and other ports, tended ellectually to keej> down prices. The alarm which was at first created by the appearance of the cholera, has sensibly abated. The Registrar General of Lon-Ion has reported thirty additional cases only, up to last Saturday; but on the other hand, the general health is better this year than in ordinary years, only 991 deaths having been recorded last week, within the bills of mortality, against 1,154 upon an average of 5 years. There is only one caEe reported at Birmingham. At Manchester not a sing'e case has yet occur create the products of the soil, they add this sig- I nificant declaration?that they deprecate the proposed meafure ot a stale provision for the Catholic clergy ol Ireland. The French Republic. In FrancP, the partial change in the adrmnis* trntion of Genet al Cavatgnac, is either the prelude to Ins own retirement from office, or more probably to some convulsion brought about by the resentment of the red republicans and the republican de la vit'lt?they who were republicans before the 24th of Februaiy?at being .so early deprived of the sweets of sovereign authority. General Gavaignac had no alternative. He perceived that the majority in the Assembly, formed of loyalists, legitimists, moderate republicans ? they who had become republicans since the 21th of February?possessed the power of excluding him from otlice at any moment; and having been himself raised to honor by the republican de fa viiUe and the party of the National, he had no other resource but to attempt a policy of conciliation. The result has been : that l>ucou.x, the Prefect of Paris, lias written a letter resigning his oflice, and in plain terms, says that he disapproves of General CivaignHc's adroit policy, and, in presence of the dangers wh'ch menace liberty in France, whilst it triumphs in Germany, he shall resume his place among the adversaries of royalty, which he will combat under all disguises? he concludes airrni- I ticantly?" All the sold'ers of democracy must be at iheir posts; mine has ceased to be where my political sympathies exist no longer." Another pregnant proof of the critical position of Cavaignac is to he found in the wavering of the ; IVattoiuil. The Orleans family wa* overthrown \ by ihe sub-editors of the National. Louis Napwleon keeps quiet. The chief socialist 1 banquets continue to be held: and one which is to take place on Saturday, the 22d, under the auspices of M. Ledru Kollin, creates no little nlarm. The funds, which had rallied when the moderate party were admitted to the cabinet, have gain declined. On Thursday the per cents were 44 40; and the 5 per cents 68 55. Important front Austria. The stupendous event* which are passing in the neighborhood of Vienna, and in the Austrian empire, have kept all Europe in alarm and amazement during the week. Last week we announced tiie breaking out of the insurrection in Vienna, tiie flight of the emperor, and the ascendency of the insurgent party, on th* 7ih and Sth ult. "At this juncture, Tellachich, at the head of a numerous army of Croatian?, was advancing towards Pesth, with a view to suppress the insurrectionary pro- | ceedmgs in Huncaiy, when the intelligence of the j revolution of Vienna reached him. lie instantly | turned his columns in the direction of Vienna, and advanced with rapid strides towards the capital. .Autrtberg, the emperor's general, who had prevtourly tak<-n up hie military position at Belvidere, in the suburbs of Vienna, nad kept ths population in hourly alarm of a bombardment; and during the nights of the loth, 111U and 12th ot October, the inhabitants of Vienna hud undergone II the terrors of a momentarily expected siege by the two armies. It seem* that the Diet in the city hnd made rranv ineffectual attempts, by trtreits, to induce both Jellachich and Auersberg to retire, And forbenr from hostile proceedings. Moth evaded direct answers, or relused to give any definite de- , clarations ot their intention. The position ot i Auerkherg, in a military point of view, being untenable, nnless he at on* e bombarded the eity, has < been unquestionably evacuated. Keports state that ! Jellachich has retired toward* Nenstadt. I It would seem that Prince WindiiKjhgrnc.iz, who , Utely distinguished himself by his decision at red. Liverpool has, so far, escaped the pestilence. In the city of Edinburgh the ravages of the disease seem to have been rather more extensive than in any other place, whilst the port of Leith has comparatively escaped. Its appearance, however, at the little fishing village of Mew Haven, establishes, without a doubt, th<? fact of its malignant presence in that quarter. The government has already become satisfied that the precautionary measures of quarantine are altogether unnecessary, since they have determined to do away entirely with the regulations which enforce the observance of quarantine, even in caseB where deaths have occurred from Asiatic cholera on board vessels coming from continental ports. Affnlra In Ireland. In Ireland, the Lord Lieutenant, in replying to the deputation of inhabitants of Dublin and virinitv. in relation to the eentence of Mr. O'Brien, declined to give any direct answer to the memorial, beyond the assurance that tull wuieht should be given to the recommend ntion of the highly respectable jury which tried him. The formalities for bringing a writ ol eri orhnve all been complied with by the leeal advisers ot Mr. O'Brien; but the official privilege of granting or refusing the certificate with which the uttorney general is invested, will not be exercised bv that olKcer until after his return to Dublin. Mr. O'Donoghue, after some hours deliberation, hns b^en found g'til'y, and a recommendation of mercy accorded, in consequence of his having withdrawn, or disconnected himself, from his associates, previous to the attack on Biillingaiy. The trial of Thomas Francis Meagher commenced on Monday mormnz, and the interest, which had subsided at Clonmel during the trials of McManus aud O'Donoghue, has now revived The Catholic prelates at Dublin have come to certain resolutions, which are highly important, in one point of view ; as a collec'ive body, whilst they implore the government to employ for the immediate relief of the poor, all the funds at its disposal, and to use all its influence to eflect sucli an equitable adjustment of the relations between landlord and tenant as shall Itimnbue an outlay of capital, ensure the employment of the able bodied, and in E NE MOR Prague, has proceeded towards Vienna, and is to command, under the orders of the Emperor, the combined armies of Jellachich ajid Auereberg It is very probable that these armies have retired from the immediate neighborhood of the city ; or at any rate, if they have decided not to bombard it, they may uinr llic |IUS1IIUI1 lO CUIUII inf PUppl ieS,SO H8 tO reduce the inhabitants bv starvation. Reports ?<iv that the Diet have 100,000 men in arns to defend the Austrian capital: but a vast number ot these must be in favor of the Emperor, although every effort seems to be employed to exasperate and inflame the population against the court party. On the other hand, there cannot be less than 100,000 regular troops encircling Vienna at this moment, as reinforcements appeared to be pouring in from all quarters. The Emperor has retired,not to rnnspruck,but toOlmutz, in Moravia. He cairies with him an eflctive force, and from that point he will be able to rouse the count1? ss thousands of Sclavomans who are ready to carry on an internecine war against their German fellow subjects. The French hold aloof, and do not move. llusfia stands ready, with an army of 200,000 men. np<in the confines of Poland, to throw the whole weight of her power in the scale of the Emperor, and in support of the Sclavonic quarrel; indeed, the people of Prague, lately so hostile to Windischgraetz, now idolize him, because it is hoped lhat he will humble the Germ ins. The railways being torn up for many miles around Vienna, the communication are so interrupted, tHat the regular communications cannot be relied upon from either Vienna or ]Wlin. It is needless to add, that al Berlin the people are waitinor with intense anxietv for the upshot ot events, us in the contingency of the imperial party being, for the present, worsted, the people of Berlin will make some fresh attack upon the kingly authority ia Prussia. In Italy, these events are producing serious results. The Hungarian soldi' rs at Milan have demanded leave to withdraw 10 their own country, and the position of Radetzky appears perilous. If Charles Albei t should seize the present favorable moment to crosB the Ticino.hc may drive the Austrians out of Lombardy faster than he was lately expelled himself. The present events may speedily chpjige the whole face of Europe. On the sitting of the Diet on the 1-lth, at night, the Diet sent its ultimatum to the Ban Jellachich. It is of the following tenor:? The has hitherto done all that is possible to restrain the warlike spirit of the people or Vienna, and of the Landstrom, from offensive positions His Majesty has given the asiurnnee to Prince Lolmer that the two commanders would not m?ke the attack; hut the ditarming commanded by your Excellency, of the National Guards, in the victuity; the oppressive requisitions; the closing up of the pastures fcc , are In such violent contract with these assurances that the l)i?t must make a decided protect against them; the Diet did net call the Hungarians into the country, neither can It decree that they Fhall leave it. The Hungarian Diet has given command to its army to follow your Excellency about wherever you go. and not to rest until you are d if armed. The Diet knows no other method g |>vH?? VI KltlUg U|I LUCI1 WOli' pent to the disarmed National Guard*, and that your Kxcellenoy return forthwith to your own country. If tbefe terms are not complied with, the Dint will con s:d?r that it has done nil in iU power to ant amicably. It* miffion of peace will then have terminated and the fatal disaster of an inevitable war with Hungary will immediately commence. This ultimatum must at once lead to a decisive stroke,as matters now stand. Jellachich has not much to hope for. A general staff has been formed in Vienna for the National Guard, at the head of which is the hero of Ostrolentka, the Polish General liolio, besides sevenl other distinguished Polish military men. < )urBowtt was opened on the 1 Ith, but there was nobody there. The shois, also, were still all closed. Perfect order nnd security prevailed, though we have a body of l.)0,0()0 anind rren. All the public buildings, the Treasury, National Bank, ilie Savings liank, have been placed under the protection of the i eople. Another letter from Vienna, dated the 15th, fay? that the above ultimatum of the Diet was in answer to a writing of Jellachich, in which he demanded provisions for his troons, and permission lo avail himself of the public thoroughfare ot the city, and aleo that the Diet would forbid the Hungarian army to cross the Austrian frontier. The delegate from the Dipt, Lolmer, is still endeavoring to ootain an audience of his majesty. The address of the Diet requesting the convocation of a popular Congress at Vienna, has already been sent to the Lmperor, by deputation. tin the night of the 14th, the Hungarians occupied a strong cncampment in the vicinity of rciiiiiiircria', ana an ruiick 01 me i^roauans from both sides at the same tune, upon the Hungarians and Viennese, may be immediately expected. A letter lrom Hamburg, dated Get. 9, says;? A courier has juot arrived from Carcamas, bringing us the intelligence that we need hare no further apprthentions respecting Jellachtch, inasmuch as be has i separated bis ormy into five divisions, one of which, the Serefch. yesterday quitted the camp at Altenburg, and ?ii marching across St Peter and St. John, while Jellachiob himself, with the other division, was gone towards Bruck, for the purpose of crossing the Austrian frontier. The Hungarian army was following ! olotely. Affairs In Italy. The Corricrt of Genoa, of the 11th, says the newf from Vienna has acted like a thunderbolt ! upon Radetzky and his army. The troops are , aware of their awkward position in not knowing | to what power they now belong. The State paper i add?,from Turin, that the last important news from Vienna has given an immense advantage of strength to the war party, and that the resumption of hostilities may be hourly expected. PiedmonteEe troops have, it is said, received orders to be in readiness for the field by the 16th. Lorenzo Perito has been named General of the National Guard. Gen. Durando has been ordered to proceed to Turin without delay. The rumor is re jiuriru in i nriB, mai amines Aioeri does not intend to irnew the armistice, but will recommence hostilities on the 22d. Our Irish Correspondence., Oot. 20,1818. State Trial i?The Fair of O'Vrien?Jenny Li rid, <{'C. As I stattd in my former letter, that a* it way most probable your readers would prefer reading the whole Accounts of the State trials, rather than no brief an acoount as I would be enabled to giTe, I beg to refer you to the public journals for that subject, which must to tl<e generality of the American public be most In- | tert sting. I shall merely touch on them, by stat log that the extraordinary excitement, whi-h. in a gmt measure terminated with William Smith O'Brien's trial, has aga>n prevailed during the proce? dings of Mr. Meagher's tria'?that young gi ntleman being looked upon In the linlit of a niaityr. whilst the sympathy which manifests itself, by all parties, for the fate of Smith O'Brien, dally gains ground. Memoiials are belngadopted and deputation* riefpatched from all parts of the country The Inhabitants of Dublin have no*, been backward In expressing their sympathy. In the course of a few days a retltlon was signed bT 2.ri 1)00 of th? mnat. p?m. lid influential people and on Monday laat It wao prorented to the I.ord Lieutenant, by a deputation pin. cerely denlrou? to forward the ob.ieot. of the tddreea, in bavin? the life of the prisoner spared, to which addrea* hi* Hxcelleney made the following reply : ? CrwTi ?nrs-A? it ap|*a? tn he the wi?b t( llr Sliirmm Ct ?Iik1, ?id the tenlli men who ?"*enrr p-tnied him laat tck, ?id roheeqmntly of ihe l.? rd Uayor, that I f>li uid receive fii>m the hand* of a <e|>ut?'.li.n, thin nmortal, which haa been so minieroutly timed M tie inhaVtauti of DuMin, I ln?*e no heat tit on In ii mphins with that ?ifh ; tut, while the communion is Hill ei ti in at ni Clonmel, occeprri vih the trhil of |rr?fn? elarged With Iht ifemi oiTcnee ai Mr. O'Brien, aid having rs 'erem e Ulan tn the n?(i< ei ct v itt of ttror that have l>cen given I need bMdly inform yon. H >,.i i iui < itnu?im ?ill mitixpeet that I ehonid ?i\e any dettnite answer t? the memorial, beyond the amir* i ee. Hut I nil ? elirht will I o given to tKe re#' inmi udatlon of th? highly respe. table jmy that tried Mi. O'Brien. The Orange Institution also got up a memorial to tl e Ltrd Lieutenant fcr the life of Mr Smith O'Brien to be rpnied. and generally allYcti very great sympathy for Mr. O'flrlen. but. at the same time, lmput- I Ing partiality to the government in not prosecuting the ltoman ( uthoHc bUfcops ami clergy. Hie!- I h ney> Secretary. In hio reply, conclude* by stating. " I have to convey to you hi* Kxctllenoy'?regret, that | the persona who have uliixed their siir natnr.. ?r> #!,.? document should have thought fit to Introduce Into a petition fraying for the extension < f mercy a groundless imputation npon tlr1 administration of justice by the executive government." To which the Orange Society have forwarded hi* Kxcellency a rather lengthy rejoinder, retting forth many reasons and facta, to jr"\e wh?tthey atatid In their meinoilal to be e.>rrect The opinion Is gent rai that none of the convicted prWore r* will ?ufli r death, but that they will be tnnsported ; whilst it is rumored that thepersons nowcontirud tor trensorable practice* will be shown merov and not proceeded again it hut thl* Is nil rumor Not so with Mr liiilTv. who Is confined In Newgate ? No person (with tin- exception of his wife) Is allowed to com erne <r see h>'m .SU'volons are entertained by the government tlmt he meditated escaping, in consilience of ?hith double guard* a'e placed round his apartments It i* Mated' hat he Is In bad health. Notion have been ferred by the prisoner'* counsel - n the authorities that writs of error will be demandid by Mrssr* Smith O'llrim and McManu*. It I* not k now n however, whether that ronree will be allowed, ' the Crown havltg the option of allowing them to pro- ) ^ *.| i 1 l* c inioiittee of the aocicty for promoting the an W YO NING EDITION?SATl I rnial sitting* of the Imperial Parliament in Dublin, bave published a report. giving in detail the reaeons and the advantage* wbieb such a measure ai that they advocate would entail upon Ireland. The report is to be published and circulated through * th?- country. Two men have been sentenced to two yearsitnprisonment by Sergeant Howley, for having pikei in their possession last month He also centeueed a man and I a woman to twelve and six months Imprisonment. M? I in*i*tivMl? fnr Viawlntv ?aa*nlf^<l two wlfnuuiaa K?An>K* forward by the Crown at the state trials. Mr Howley, t the time, took occasion to refer to the lata insurrectionary movement, which he stated was an insane attempt. Commissary General Kouthbas been ordered to proceed to England, and to band over the charge of the Commissariat Department to Deputy Assistant. ComBiisssry General Dobree. After the 1st November, a ration of salt meat and Hscult Is ordered to be tarnished to the troops on Fridays in their barracks.where provisions are stored. From the state returns, it is evident there is not. from the loss of the potato, near sufficient food in the country fcr the support of the inhabitants Emigration still proceeds with rapidity, and principally to the United States : in fact, a great number of the small farmers, who lingered with the ! vain hope of times mending.are gathering up what lit- I tie money tbey have, and emigrating Whilst poverty stares us in the face, we are every day expecting a visit from tbefeaiful chrlera The weather is in | far. tor the winter has set in already. On Tuesday ; we had a very sharp frost, and on Wednesday showers of hail, wbicb fell In some places sereral inches deep, i The famous Dr. Cooke, of Belfast, has resigned his 1 Presbyteiy. We bave Jenny Lind here still. On Saturday night . laft she performed in tlierpera of " The Daughter of the RegimentOh Monday in "Lucia dl I.auimer- I moor." and lest evening in " Sonnatnbula " Oneuch : occasion the theatre was crowded to eicess. I went to \ hear ber in the -erond. and really she more than (Ills I ! the exofctation of *T#?rv mn *-?<? *? i if> ro tuperb ??u! I'fr acting equally so The prices of j adtrlssion wi re never fo enormous before ?3(R and i 20b to the boxes, 12?. 6d. to the pit. and 7s and ft* to 1 the galleries. It is calculated that ? 1,600 la oollaoted i ench nieht. She gives two concert* for the poor, and j a farewell night on Tuesday next. She dined jester- ! day with the Lord Lieutenant. Our IiCnrion CorreKjionctrncc. London, October 20, 1848. Smith O'Brien?Newspaper Contests?Emigration Mania? Sa'.et of Newspaperi? Death of the Inventor of the Railway System?State vf Trait*?Peace Co tigress? Sporting?General and Monetary Intelligence. One of the preateet, if not the first, subject of discussion amongst us If, " What will become of Smith O'Brien?" It ia not yet known by the Knglisb lawyers whether the writ of error will be persevered in by Mr. Whiteside. Nor is it known if the Crown will take cognizance of the recommendation of mercy. The out-of-doors opinion here la. that be will not he hanged. Further than this, it is. of course, impossible | to say a single word upon tlie result.. In the absence of anything of stirring moment, emigration is still the great card. The newspapers ! teem with advertisements from shipowners in search ' (f passengers. Mr. Jaekson, of the London City 1 | y.itsion. is still on the look out for advantageous l ummrir bdu tor govfrnmeni nave, in tbe name of i the Emigration C'oicmisrioner, advertised. this morn- j ing, for two ships to (to to Now South Wales. They must be firht clfcFP vefsela (nt Lloyd's) and not lower than the red dipthong. Tbey are required to be ready, | one on tbe 23d and the other on tbe 30tb November. More periodicals, pamphlets, fee. have been written, j in tbe lift six months, upon this subject, than upon ; ary other. It Ia held forth as tbe panaoea for every diseese. particularly tbe giant one of poverty. If Krpland becoires too hot to hold people, they emigrate, j If a nian has a large family and Jot s not know how to provide for tbeni. he emigrates; in short, let a man be erccmpassed with difficulties of any shade, he sighs : very deeply, but emigrates. under the impression that ! in a fhort time he will become an important feature in his new world. I am gratified to be able to add that not a single case ! of cholera has teen reported to the Board of Health since yesterday. Tbe attention of the reading and political world is 1 drawn off I'm m tbe quarrel between Lord Brougham and the newspaper press, to a contort of a similar description Ibat is new going on between Mr. Wilson, j tbe late editor ot the Economitl; and the Timei paper stems that tbe goverment offered Mr. AViUcn a seat at the India Board, leaving it perfeeily unconditional whether be kept on his editorship or not He accepted the appointment, and shortly after icme ofiloial export and Import returns appeared in tbe columns of the Economist, before the public could get hold of them at the parliamentary paper oflloe. There vras a little sharp shooting about j tbe matter, which coon dropped. Last Saturday, a precisely similar case ocourred, upon which the Timet came out yesterday, with an article of a perfectly annihilating tenor, grounded npnn the impropriety of tbe proceeding This morning, Mr. Wilsm publif-bts a reply, in which he flatly impugns tbe trurh pf the Times WTiter. at the .?anio time main- 1 Talntrg tli?t the manner In ?hi.?h the statistical tables have got to Ibe Economist office hull b?t'n purely genuine. To-morrow ire anticipate a rejoinder In the Tinirn, I should not omit to mention that although Mr. Wilson Iti In Home way connected with the propile- : torshlp of the paper, he has ceased to exercise over It ; any editorial control. Two of the most popular medical journals, vlr.\ the Medical Timet, and the J'hurmare.ulical Timti, were i put up the other dBy for sale. The former has been msde notorious by the publication of a series of libels, ? year or two back, on Mr. Wakley, the coroner for Middlesex. It gradually ro?e from ?300 to ?1.100, at ! , which price It was knocked down to Messrs. Tyler and Ilerd. printers. No one could be found to make an offer for the Pharmaceutical Tim**, which will shortly be put up for public competition by another auctioneer. Mr. <iiay, oalled the "Pioneer of Railways," is dend. It was through his suggestions that most of the improvements of note were brought into action on railways; Indeed, he may be raid to hare been the inventer of the system. The government never, at any time, conferred upon him any appointment, nor cave him any reward. The only manner in which his efforts were appreciated, was by having his bust placed in msry of the scientific a?srciatIons, the whole of whom Tepsrdtd him as a man of greet genius and practical ability, r.eyrnd this, few seemed to notice him'; but 1 sbculd not be surprised. now that be is dend if a great stir is not made about Mm. It Is a way we have, and your riaders must not bo surprised at it. We ferved Burns so?we have served scores of othtr* so?and poor (iray mutt be content with similartributes. Trade is much about the snme. scarcely any deviation having taken place for the last few weeks. Many opeiatlves aie rut of work, but that must be expected at this time of j?ar. There are not more mills stopped, or working short time, than there were the s*me time last tuf " * ..... ...... <i?iir ir rjiUKru Ol ?POeing 1 rather brisk. Several of the large manufacHirer* have stated their determination of keeping up the prices of pig lion the nime ? 1#ft quarter, although It Is snp- . pf.i-ed to be eoarcfly reu uneratlre Bars are fetching 4186s.: reds XO 10;" hocps. i'7; fheets, .?3; forge pig* Ircm 66c. to 75c The principal meetings hate been j ?? ! attended during tbe week It was rumored that , Mr Hudson. MP. had died a day or two ago. which ( cnufed the Iron business to be proceeded with slowly . ^ but rn recjlpt (fa contrad'cllon of the report, it soon ( ricoTertd Itself Si'gar has had but a dull market, 1 . only nbout 200 hogsheads being disposed of yesterday. ' This refers to W#>t Indian. The Kftnt Indian produre fetched 42s for about 1,100 bnga n?ng?l. Oth- ' er produce Is flat. Home produce, such a? new wluat, Is much better, although the supply has been but moderate In the market; it fetched two ahlhln&a , ' a <|uartcr in advance of the priccs .jiiotwd a fortnight back. 1 | A Inrpe meeting I* announced to be held here on the ' . last day of this month by ?he members of the I'eare . Centres* Society, for the purpose of receiving the chief officios of the Congress recently held at Brussels, who are coming to our metropolis for the purpose ( f * rnnrMDir xo til* froTprnment wipe resolution* thpy bavp re'atlrp to the fluhtlna propanfitlpf of the c .Airprlran* and Hip Kngll^h. Tbi'j b*T* teen rather run fill about t.ubllihlng the document, but It mny b? anticipated to be a pondpmmitton of your action" with rpfprmpp to MpxIco arid our own with refsrd to Ireland. Ibp rpaoe Comrresa may be ft very admirably ictt-ntloupd society. but without all nations eomp to moire. at thp Fnmp time, to ab >1l.?hth* urtof war, tbey mi>T depend that they will not get otip country to pVdpp Itself to thp ppncp morpBipnt. while It* enemies n>ey aifall It by forcp rf arm*. Wnt ha*. like evsrytbli it else, It* ptIIs. and oftpn throw* a pennlo *ery niurh behind their ne'i;hbr?r* In point of olyll'zfttlon. The ?c pt-ting will doubtltss be alarms one, and create a littlp Mir. 1 old John Ru**el) I* rpportpd te hare ha ! n narrow pfrape. It appfar* that bp was crossing tbp llnp of a ial!*i>y. arrompanlt-d by one of his yount *on*. "h#n > thp truin suddenly tarred n curvp. nine minute* before | Its tlirp. and hud It not b?pn for the presenile of mlml of one of thp rffiolals, who drpw thp premier back, the f pi urn npp in'ght bme enc'eil fatally, 1 hp fpf rtlng world I* noxiously looking forwnr lto thp risnlt of the ( iiD)l>tld(!PthlrA fluke" which will ihortlyle run for at Newmarket. Since the Cesarewltf h. ro r?oe of lirportsnee ban hppn run for. 1 attended a lecturp. delivered last evening at one c f <nr lltemry Institutions, for the purpofp of hearing a Vr Partington explain *ome matters regarding the i elrettlc tp'ppiaph Thp only point worth hrarlpr. w ?* that It ??? ?? ? e?l tK.? i? ?ii? ..... .v in*- mi mum PI inn | Kmp rrr f f Au?trla to have aetabHdhed a lira of mill- . inunlcat ion by tlie electric telegraph b< twpen London j } artl \ Im r.?, by a dingle lire Had hid Vaic?ty accom- ; j t l>h< d bU dee'gn. be would have achieved tha grealcdt ( f< at In tliin ft (mop Tl c WmI Riding of Yorkshire. represented by I ?rd Morpeth until the death of bid father, the Karl of < ar- ( lldle. canted hid elevation to the upper houee. l? Htill | recant S< me d'flleiilty e*iftd in getting a candidate . Tie majciity of (be votira havedecidad that their new j. meitibtr eball advocate the principled of free trade, aril f In' futorhhle to * oconomi'al reform, to a piM anil . eafc extesalon of the duffrige, tie'Hid being opposed to > ? ary fi rtber endowment of regll/nn by the dtate." tha 1 ' latter point being considered.the moat vital of the wbola. I The money market bad exhibited no material nbanifa , 'f( dlnee my laet per Washington. Huotatlond have been ? made to day In the following dtocka : - Conaold. *1', a ( fr 'ft : Tlitr* p?r (. cot Rtduc?U. 83.H a 84 ; Bank St? ck, ua. j ?R K I FRDAY, NOVEMBER 4 Our German CorreKjiondancc* THJt DETAILS OF TIIK VIENNA INSURRECTION. F*?itiroaT, Oet. 11,1MB. The preient week baa been algnaliaed by eTenta which will bold a eon?plcnona place In future hlatory. Vienna ia In high Innnrrection Aa army la Ua .all. .MJ 4Ut. _ I. lm?Jk V |>piv?vuiUB aim ?*ww< ?uu hllip * JUJJT 13 |"fCWfU uj | another. The Emperor, meanwhile, haa withdrawn, and a report U spread that hi* flight wai Intercepted bjhia people. The issue of the affair is still uncertain, and the bombardment of the capital of Austria by the forces of its own sovereign haa been actually the subject of speculation. The full details of the history of the week would require a space more than you can well afford in your column*. I must, therefore, be content to give you a hasty (ketoh of the moat remarkable events and scene**, leaving you to take from tbe Knglish joi rnals such farther particulars aa you nsay think necesiarv. At the moment that I write these lines we are uniufwmid as to the fate of Vieuna. I will give you the t vents as 1 receive them; and probably, before 1 conclude, I ihall have more definite news to communicate. 1 ou have of course heard of the barbarous murder of Count l.atour, tbe Minister of War of Vionna A letter t'rou Vienra. d?.ted the Oth says :? P.ip-Tp, it la raid, were found in the otl'ioe* of the Minister La ti nr. which fuirith pro* ( that litre existed batwtamhiro, J o 1 la cl.ich, 1 utljnrj, l-euibcrg, ni.d the adjutant ot the ot-oomman d?utcf the >anonal Cutrd. aeeDhpiraey to ftlHn the rights of theierrle. 1 ha liioUtrr of Justice, M. Henk, has l*en arrest.d, n d?i 1 lerfctpa tmet with tl o fnnie futo an Latoor The Kin pcrer haa met with ofotacksin hia fight. Near Amatiitten the i'c?fents ri te rti uurtie a* landaturm, audnppom d hie continuing hi* jourrey. Hie Jrirtior then wrote to the Minuter tloniLna to', vlo inijEidiatelj i>t iffto delivir to hla Vsje-ity tha tddteis of tl e Diet. At noun the newa ??? rtnoind that the troops of JcDacbich lad entered tli<? Austrian territi ?y ne:ir Bmok ont e I.ei'he. 'J he jicniiOiKiit <<niiritt>e of ti e Diet han des. latched the Depwy l'tainto jnmmon b m to halt, and a courier 1 us iei n tent si tin fstne tim i to iho Emreror. In urder that fir y tray md similar ir *tnn tlon* to tic ban. TwooVi.ct u.?A lii e ottrrifffi has lccn formed from Vienna towards lirtn'V, ard Ouut d'Anorfpettf ha< lion requested to itrull lii* trocfi into their b?rnic*s. M Seherrer has n'figncd tlie cmtni'Dil of tic Nstloi?1 Guards, which han hiwn ei trusted to Optain Brsnn. An oprers I nn loon tent to the Emiiercr, rc<ioeiitit s him to letnin imn? diatcly. 1 it it t*K o'cixji'k.?H.etns's have l>?*en fecn at Sohwardufi, lot thev are for tl e moit part a disorganised l a d of marauders. f.lKUiniiabitants of the Ccmitat ?etk to open t? themselves a pan. mge i enr Oedenbu'R. The commandant > f the National Guards 1 hi I ecu rrdertil to rut Vienna in a ?ta'o of defroeo. Foi R o'clock.?The city is in the greatest agitation. The army of Jellaobioli ia vis'hlo from tie towcru of t lie city at a distance ol two or three leagues. near Ehertdoif The y/ntraU li heating, and eveiy u tana ol de'imola being adopted. Every ot e is I as tsniiig to hie post. Ir the oiivii-i ns of the city, all are called upon to ,tal:e up arm*. The capitnl la r-adv fir a deolrtvecombat, which may take place verv it ortlv. aa Jel'sehch ia not more fliau u lease e from the city 1 lie position of the Austrian troops >*for* the litj llstill 1 all tklMkahb halt waveiitY, as hi'lierto In the rtar of Jellachich is a pom rful snoy of tie Magyars, and asa'stance is il< wii>g towards tie c?pi?al from evrv side. All tho Atiitriin fords have otd-rg' no ii.[a!armirf fall: the five p r centu n etillir havr gore down K |>er ceni, and mni bankrupt have fct en i Ito ci nn'i;U( rce. The mails from <>teo arid festh, of the fiih tiid 7tli. have arrived. Iho couriers state that, from Pfsth to ii iti'i(i.ii1 on i "u UI nrun. irt? wnoiit iiitmry id covoreil wltll Sl.i?r" sr vi hit tet re nod lui dMunn, Jilluchlch is in a critical Ii tltion: 1 e hat befi re him the city of Vicnni determined te i>rpote & viRorou* resistance, and on the i ther side the Unrn?tl*ni, who follow him closely, their cainp heii i not more than four )ta|iiiea d'Sl*i:tfrom his. Ac m>mt 1/ out ranee is determined on. '/lie fm.o at i f ti e victims will tal" pl:.ce to-inorr' w. Amon* the I'4 l.odies which are at the (!ci ernl tl> ipi nl, arc 7 stri)cot?, 1.1 nati< nai yvards. 6 woiutri. and )> workmen. A ttionir the 17 at the MiliUry Ilof|'ital, are Ceneral lirvida and fi other olliccri". A considerable port of the troops in the neighborhood of Vienna have taken part with the peop'e; a lieutenant of infantry arrived at the University, and demanded an tscort of National Guards and a detachment of the Academic Legion to bring into the city a battalion which wished to join the people. Another reglirent has also promised its rapport. The workmen, who are armed, and whoae loyalty isunexampled in Kurope, anxiously await the combat. The committee of students is fitting en permavttne. The city is being provisioned, and a Garde Mobile organised. Arms and ammunition are abundant, and the guard will flgk t to the last extremity it has displayed an unexampled bravery, sud the combats of Berlin and of Paris cannot be c< nparcd to those at Vleona. where the Inhabitants without h?it'g sheltered behind barricades, briiTed cannon ball* and grape shot without flinching. The garrison f-tilT keeps ils portion near the Schwarzenterg garden; it has not been attacked. There are only a few thousand men. 6,000 having left as an escort with the F.mperor The barricades raised in the elty tre evacuated, and most of the shops opened At the first signal every one will be at his p?st l our students who bad falleu into the hand* of t.ha ml.lUn have b< i n hung It la reported that the troops ha** been uriven out of Lintz by tbe peaaants, who are now in poMe?!on of tbe place. Troop* are arriving from Bohemia ; 1 SCO volunteers from Styria | have ju?t arrived. .Many persons are leaving Vienna. , Bodies of peasant? are every moment arriving to get arms ; more than 80.000 muphets and piatols I hare heen given out to the workmen. It is said that KoMuth I* following up tbe ban with B8 000 men The ) account if pi>pars having been found In the office of j General Latour proving an understanding between ; that pjlnittermnd the Canutriila. to deprive the people j of th<'lr liberty. Ip ftoliy confirmed. A letter addressed I from Cilly to Count Latour, by a General O ppenlts cf tbe neceptdty of putting down the voice of the I nlvcrpity, and to reduce to silence the voices of tbe left. 1 hese letters have been laid before tbe Diet j by the committee of students. The Kngliflh Knvoy has declared, in Older to truriiulllze thore who fear a bombardment. that it is contrary to the law of nations to bcuitard a city in which foreign envoys are resident. Two battalions of Infantry, comiug from Cracow, and which had arrived at Ontran, in Moldavia, have rtceivtd otdtrs ly telegraph to halt in that place. M. V/ojna the nmbai.-ador Bt Brussels. is named amongst the candidate!' for the ministry. Count Wessenberg ha* taken to night. Tbe new minlsrv will, without delay, put itpelf in crmmnriicatlon with the Ilunga- ; risn ministry, and will declare null and void all the Ditssures adopted by tbe lian of Croatia against ilunLetters sirce received bring tbe new* up to the eve* nlug of tbe 10th, and reassure us a? to the progress of tbe revolution. At the moment of the departure of < the mails, Vienna bad summoned Auersperg to retire, 1 menacing to attack him if he held his position*. , Twelve hundred men of the army of Auersperg had ( irrrrtid end joined tbe people. The Viennese hed , Intercept! <1 ammunition sent l>y Windisclegraeti to > , Jellachich. ar.d from all parts of Austria deputations irtlved at Vienna offering assistance. Never did a j resolution take such a development, or present so i UiUe:> urnnlmity. It has spread from the city to llie country, to the provinces, and the two Austria* ' t have but one common sentiment. Vienna alone is | Jtfen ed by ICO.0(0 men. Their resolution is taken Ir t'tfend it to the death. On their ride, the Hungarians pressing tbe army of fellachlch bare once more beaton bis troops, and bavn laVrn 2 COO men with the general who commanded lh?m. Theairivsl at Viennaof a Hungarian flotllln, ?ith 1 ?(0 auxiliaries, wa.j expected. The Hungarians ?r( re fnimlrg a third army at 8z( (ted. 1 he I'lturlnn government bad occupied. wl?h a regl. j r.ent of infantry, the be tirg of Oldi-nberg situate near be AwtrlU frontier. This movement appears purely Jefensive, | iii!5 place, me Minuter or tne interior, (Schmer- j log) Interrogated on tin- affaire of Vienna, declared, ivitbeut entering Jnto ury detail, U at the meamireN lic.sndril by thii revolution had been tiken by the J t'Dtia))" *i r. in concert with the Lieutenant funeral >1't be empire. I am In ft rmed thm- oieafure* conel-t j n baring determined to fend 70.000 troop-i, Pr\nsUi.A iml Itmnrlaii. iigain^t \ ienna If tble he trne. it cnaim to be ret u if the Vicar General ha* not ex- 1 !? t de<l hi* p<-wera nod whether Prunia will merely. on \ in f i tier fri m biin niarch^tr troop? on nuch an ex?ei ti' n | ; Tl e tehiqnee t'ejintiec. whQ formed the light in the Vm'B Hvt f Vlcnnit it In reported, opened a diatlnct i Met at Prague. which pr< te.'ti agninet the It guilty of he Met t)l \ ienna. and nimicou* to It all deputiel ailhful to the n<ot.aichy. The liiet of Vlenrn piihll'hed the fo'lnwing addreft 0 th? inhabitant* of the city on the 10th:? j < in/I sa?Dlfftrrntriiai te, ^^LWat'd tucim Sjj'ta^nn. firelate i? the elty, cxeile tfce pwplfe'bmin'l*. *<,d r?nw iliaimlet- 1 ill and great alarm, which *! ! Of>j?'n'ti ; l<i the*rn?e bear- I nj ard cot duct full of tac? KrwhMl the inhabitant* or \ iema iart hitherto dl?tltniiWlt d trcmrMrea ?nrjriw? tire ferine.!? ath event i* exa?*erated?and the dancer which tlinn fnrapearaonly probable is iaeuattil. Aronrdin* tt> i.fticial nwa if. ( eiied laat arming M the C'i remittee if the l?ie>. the Damn Je'. B'-hieti had airiveti at Hel ?fiii< rl with abont i,P< tt tro"!* nil ;ii it, wlio ate Miiiie exliaiiaud, ai d in a very had atnte. Ihe )i<t vi'lunUh with tlio fume care, the tame cnerpy *e it l.aa'c shewn, ovir t^e iaterf t?cf the teen ?f Vimnn. 'Ilio V\i niiiti? of the Pi"t, in ace. rd with 'lie Mir UtTT, hm ehnrxed 1 x ti n.n In f ?>f tl.e N tlot.nI (itisnl re have r*ady all ci rtrn (f retrace in cax nt ariattaik. IihaMtant* of Vienna! n tl i" r??:e i f ilie i mntnr, cf li'eity, and our "?n, vt? djnre jtti not ert'lultoely to *!? credit to tie faeo maur* ihiili are fprtad, tut to have confidence in yoororti -trennth ?<t In the MM .nr> * i..t -iurf A Wtlarftom Vienna, of the 12th, eay* In the tiling (t tha At' Irian Uift at Vienna. en th? 11th. * ?>ymph!t? Blepr.t'-h from hrunn. announcing that he K.ioferf r bad not arrived there, kih Md A let< r frrm the MlnlMer Hornbt rtel wm iVn read It rt foith tli* t on Joining the Kwporor he had reprei lilt d iho till atlon of Vienna to him ; hutaeheob jived that bin .Yajenty did not accord to hiua the rnfidence titce.ifarT toi the execution of iJm iiiphx>r?e decided in. ) < n*d taken the re?ol?itlon te olTcr W resignation. lie bid alio communicated to the 'D'| < r<r the sdilif?? of ihe Diet, ?tron?ly recommendM? >'?.i?-ety to adipt conciliatory miaeuren It ?l??> net hm ?n"tf tr e rei-lgnation bud bien accepted, it tlie pioi <>lt)on of the committee. It wn* reaolved ofrtlil a ili piiUtloj:. ronHrting of adipnty of each irovlui c. to the K nip?-ror, and the deputation waa oiilmMh non ln?tei| M Schvat Ika announce 1 that, ri order to jilve niore r? erg y to the mean* of defence, he eonunnde nt bml root Wed orders to f<rra a atalT, ri! it hnd been t'uither ordered tbat the troopa ilia i ir.imitu inrc ugn im> cnj mould De united in one * truck ami < n | )o\i .1 in ili? eerTloe* of pout* to re- c leTe Ihe Natlrnnt (>'ueid In the evening fitting of < he I'let, iin e. to be pret-ented to the Kmpercr * y tie deputation, w?* adopted. It wa* renolre<i. on * he prrpo*ili<n of the permanent committee, that the ' rl)rwli>R declaration, in the ranie of all the people of * Uiftrla represented In the Diet, iibonld be tent to the 1 on mandant of the troop* t "Hie tti. t, < ruTircid tl at ulterior em (1:cta would glee rlaa to) '' if gri afnt rv fi riniti, invltn jcor Kireileney to pot an tad * >Oe i?"la' IttMrVnif d lHIird or the h etmfial OnarUn. anil r<Vr?j<? .nr?i,r<hla f> r all the <vm?e<inenr<te wUoh uay raialt ( iti tlie n> ii 'A ttt\ate* af ?Mt Imitation.'" ? TLt V lee Pre aide tit Kmolka wa? elected President of 8 IERA , 1848. the Ch?Bih<rby acclamation In the aittln< of the 12th, M. Schufelha. reporter of the permanent committee, presented a report to the following effeet: front d'Auemperg had abandoned hi* atrong poxUlon. On tbe previou* evening ha had written to aay that 1 he bad received positive Information that a Hungarian army *a? advancing In ordinary circumatano* ho woald have joined Jrllachich but on oocount of the state r.f Vienna that waa not poaribie He, therefore, addreMed bimrclf to the Diet, to obtain information and in*! ructlona. He could not, he aaid. return to V'enna ?0 long an the workmen hould be armed. It waa inn ediately announced tohim. In accordance with the ministry, that the people could not be disarmed; that the B?n abould withdraw immediately; that he, a* crmmander in-chief of Lower Auttria. bad all the troora of the nrovince under hi* order*. ami non. stquenMy thoie'of thn Ban; that he should order th? Ban to leave, and that it was only thus that thn diflloulilci could be pe acinbly settled \1 d'Auersperg answered that he would enter into communication with the Ban. Tbat morning the general had wiltten a new lrtt? r to the Minister of Finance, in which he declared tbat he bad dally new proofs of the increasing discontent of tbe Ill-intentioned population of Vienna and that be had det? rmined to change the position of tbe troops, by taking upquartera near Klgensd<rf He atcording y demanded all the necessary objects for Lis troops, and that bis soldiers should be allowed to take away their effects from tbe barracks. The committee had Immediately caused the National Guard to octupy tli? position abandoned by the troops. One of the deputies wbo hail been sent to tbe Court hurt returned. lie deolared that he had not been received. neither had tbe deputy Tbu'ner. The latter, ho?? vi r. was to rcceive an answer from the Kmperor tbat morning The committee had also received Intelligence that the ex-minister Hornbostel had left Hadersdorf wltb a letter from bis majesty, and it was rather alarming that he bad not arrived at Vienna. The I'm m<!i m announced that he bad just received a teleia*phic dispatch frcm Brunn, dated ten minutes past (i anncuucing tbat the Kmperor was to arrive at that moment at Zelowitg, and the deputation of the Diet j was ptom eJirg from Brunn to that point. Hungarian trccj s were at Biuck, and were eipoctlng reinforceirents. M. Schufdka then stated that the committee ] ) kd tecelved a letter from the minister DobhlhofT, de- i clarlng that, condolatory to him as the confidence of tbe Diet wss,be could not, on account of the bad state of his health take (dice; and. besides, he wae cos vinced tbat tbe ministry to he formed at tbat molrent would not be In accordance with his political prirciples Tbe Minister of Finance demanded to be authorised to employ the credit of tbe bank according to his wants, and the National Bank prayed that the Assembly should declare that It took it under its im mediate protection. Both these matters were referred to con.Biittees. In the sittirg of the 13th it was announced that the Kroj eror bad issued a proclamation, in which, after j i?-i'rtiiii>n ion iuiiubdco oi mat uau-u lrom isctinenIrumi, be pays " I have indicated that the object ffmy journey is tochoosef?r the nn wet I a tntcr place in the n onurohy, in which I oau ??ta h ith onrtitntionallilxrty in Mich n marmeras to tendrr it ad>diitPKt < ua to al>, without ditninifhirg my jirvrogativef." The reading of tbis n?w proclamation caused a painful imjrefsion. A letter from Vienna, dated 12th, pays:? ''At ore o'olocktLe general rap^el was beaten: the adrnnce pest* of the Croat irmy had attacked our National Guard* at one of the gates, hut they withdrew after an exebarge of gome photo. Adjutant* pent to rfconnoitre have just retnrned to the olty. Tho eeimy's ramp on the mountain of Vienna and Laar 's destroy ed, and the Croat troops liare put themselves in moTtment toward* NeuFtadt. it appear*' that the Ilurgarian army is approaching, and that Jellachich , dipins to avoid a combat at the gates of Vienna. Oar > intelligence respecting the situation of the Hungarians in that about SOCOOtnenare near Bruck, at the | frontier, and that the corps o( Berezel awaits the aipeal of the Diet to cross the Austrian frontier. The Diet hss not yet been able to resolve on taking ' tbis step, arid the Vientiepc are very discontented I in ccnF(t(Uence. More National Guards have arrived 1 , trcm Gratr. and Olrnutr, as also many members of the Academic I.egion of Prague General Schwarxenburg | , has taken the command of the troops, in the place of | , nenetai ^uersperg. 'J lie met holds a secret ftiCtiup; ' , tbix afternoon. The Communal Council has caused ! . (0 ball cartridges to be made, and a number of balls J rant. The landslurm ban been organised Some mem- I , Mltf the Academic Legion, who were arrested by ] . UfOervl Auersperg. have been allowed to leave the , camp lor some time on giving their word of honor to r? turn " , Vienna letter* of the 13th state that Intelligence i Imd been received that the Hungarian troops had crot ?ed the Austrian frontier, and were ready to combat fir liberty. The Diet had fent a deputation to 1) i lltm^aiian camp. Lazarettos had been established In all the quarters of Vienna, and the town, says one of the letters, was In a perfect state of defence Sen # of Auersperg'* troops had been sent to JeHuahicb, i 1 he perpl* were so full of warlike ardor, that the abso 1 lute order of the Diet was necessary to prevent them ' from attacking the Croats. Order was maintained in , the eity. I A letter from Teftb, of the 7th. says The day i lefi re je.-terday 1.800 C'roat prlxonfrs were brought ' bete; 4<;0 coldiers, whom Jxllachlcb left at StuhtweH- ' retiibovrg to cover hi* liipht, have been cut to pieces J 1> the Inhabitant*. It was only to-day that we learn- c ed tl e importance of the defeat which Jellachieh sua- t taint d on i'Hth ult. There were mote than 400 pits, < into which the dead were thrown, General Neustsidtes and an aidr-decamp of Jellachich were '' killed.-' I it afpeer*. by the latest account* from Pesth, that ,, it was not the rear guard of Jellachich that wai J Deaten liy the Hungarians, as the Uermiin jonrools u I ave rep- rted. but the cfr|c ef <?enerxl Roth, which J1 ? iv *. ?? ?.. ? ?? inuiurcB mi army ui inn onn. llor.n i r mil 2(10 < rtats. being overwhelmed by the troops of Pere?.?i, laid down their arms, and were made prisoners t. :>f war. ei A letter frcm Berlin, of the l.'>th. pays:?The Ktnpe- ?> rcr of Austria ha? arrived at Olmutx with as escort of u 2C(0 cavalry. He summoned to hip presence Win- I d'srhftraet i, Wessenberir and Jcilachich, and after | ? their arrival it was decided that all the troops of tlie j > provinces should march upon Vienna. Theywereez- 1. pec-ted to arrive on the 13th. It is said that a eon- h mention has teen entered into with Russia, according a to which, in t'>e event of any disturbance taking f, place in (ialllcls,after the departure of the regiments, <] i Kuppian army wiK crops the frontier at the rcqul- c >itl< n rf the Auptiian government, and be placed unItr the orders of an Austrian general. h. Letters frcm Vienna state that the number of dead hl li tie lhte nsnrrection. deposited in the bospita's up r' :c 12 o'olc.c k. on the 7th, was 118. and of wounded 162 i Accouiits haTe arrived here from Trague of the 11th; I ? he communication between that city and Vienna, 1 by railroad. Is not intercepted. The Prlno* do Win- j lisrhgraetz. at the head of an a my of 10,000 men, !i?p match* d to Vienna, where a psrt of hi* army has B ilrcady arrived It Is stated that another army of ' to (10 Ken was on its way from Styrta to reinforce the *. troops ehich are to blockade Vienna. It i? plated in a I'rsgue lettfr of the 11th, that more 1 J han 21 CC0 fugitive*had arilved there from Vienna. | A letter from Vienna ft the ICth, says: '-The forces ,, if whirh the insurgents can dispose do not exceed j l2CC0men, compofed of heterogeneous elements, no v loubt animated with the greatest zeal, but totally | ranting in discipline to ressist regular troops. The j bastions and sates of the eit* are t'nmiatiail ?l?h ?? . dod. taken ficm the military arsenal. but there are no ,j irtillery men toierve them, whereas General Auer?- j perg poFFeraea not only a park of artillery, but several ) ompariffof aitillerjr men prepared to throw congreve ocketa. If necessary. He ba'. besides, got In from the j general dtpot. at WJemr Neu*tadt, a coneiderable number of howitzer*. Without reckoning the united . 'oti'tt cf (ientrule Aneraperif and Windiacngraetr the 01 otal airouiit cf which reaches 22.000 to 24.000 men, n lellarbjeh in bringing up from 1.V000 to 20 000 men. | I be rupidity with which the lian of Croatia, on the | * rot f t* a of the Kroperor a flight, set out for Vienna, j tl ie\n led liia arriving with the main body of hid army, c ibicb toilowa him clo?e. It la only the advance guard rhich ban been Mnee the day before yesterday at 1 bti'idcfT. at the gate* of Vienna. All the troop* *1 rhich aie to act against us belong to the Sela- f <n>an lace, and consequently there la no reason i ' 'i b*lleve that they will runge themaolvea on he aide of the Vienna people. On the contrary, j *< he) are fo irritated against them, on account of the tl nuidirrf the Minister of War, that (Jen Aueraperg . ir a a'l the trouble In the world to restrain them. The tputle* ahargedby the Diet te perauade Uen. Auers- | * >g Jo abandon the position of the Belveder were < t, rrced to acknowledge that tbe peruana around the 1 iereial were to hostile to the insurgents that the (R-ii ar.der-in-cblrf would find it difficult to comply tl rith the wishea of the Diet, even If Inclined. All the 0( erconamho are able to do so. are flying tho country, | fm i.a icr Diet now Ik compound of not morn than a nflred deputlr*. pa:ticuiarly Kiuce It ha< been | hi fluiaiiy known tbat tbe Kmperor I* proceeding to \ t? r?(iU?*, ahere the ??at of government Ik abont to b? n tlriorally llxrd. and where the deputies will b? inited to join him Tha President of the Council, el Inron de Wi Kfe/nbe'i. ba? already arrived at Prague, h o artirvrci the fp*?dy coming of the Kmperor. The a ?i tiT, at flri-r Intended going to Salzburg or InKpruck, ? lit on Itarnirg that the population of Prague hail ft pr.ntaneouKly protested airalnst tha lata political owiuents here. be determined to proceed to the * apltal cf B( hi inla. partii uPfcrly as the northern rail- t' ?y tftabllrhiK a tapld communication between 1 iinca ar.d that city. Of all the minister*. M. d? muss. the Minister of Finance, la the only one l*ft h n orgst uk lie la a man of the highest Integrity: k ul f.eble and careless, ntd scarcely fitted for the ?' raTy task of storing Ihe vessel of tha state through '< uch iUd( was br?akers " l? Ike D*\il Jluttir him of the 12th, give* the following J' inure t-1 the situation < t \ ienna.Never pi-rhapK itce tie dajf of tLe middle age*. when under the lir*l rinrr* of the Ilout-e of liap'bourg entire. populatfonK J re under arm*, did the city of Vienna exhibit ko ^ arlike an appearance aa now In tho interior of tha . ity and In the ft-ub< urgs, SO CCO m< n. e*ger for tha ntlacfthl, ara rein like the ?av?* of a living *ea, hllft at ?f ma diatatc* from our walls, are encamped .. lib a menacing attitude, nuirnous troop* belonging d( "IW ' TtTBi TBI WHICH ri uipma i?r wmn .lumnin mpir*. ifu niMni dmJi r the Kmirursof th* llouf* of : 1 UpabcurR. tnil hurnliir with to defend nod , (euro tbr riphta of tlit* Kmprior. in tbi* imcrial city, * itfly ?o Uithful. wbrre tbe revolutionary fnT?r reignt 1. rlth were ftiry than ?nr ' ' Kiom the top of the ton era of Saint Stephen ntylt*' jC ren theae motley band* which b?elene u?.? the Ru- , iter. ().* M?/ur?, and the rolm of Oallloi*. the 0 c1?t?BcbeBiaue.tbe Auttro Bobiiui?n?DdG?rinana *e LD. TWO CENTS. of Lowrr Anfttria, who ocnipy t,h? camp of tht d?r ad J who frXttLd oo op* mJ* to th? villas of 810 DfriDfr on idh p>oe ni m?a I'Aiiuhr, and partly to tha South Railway. Further. and from Klein Sledal, to Mof dling and on the declivity of the fore?t ofVlnnm, are *een thu rattler* band* of the Ban of Croatia, who are lllyrlani. with their red cap* Sc/e*eham, with their red mantle*, Crrata troop* of the extreme V-aatern frontier*, and all mingled with cavalry ?ud imperial artillery " Oa the othar *ide of the Danube, near Raaaanbrun, lit encamped a WallarhUn regl ent. Hera are their plonfero and detatchment* i f cavalry, and on the road to lluugary the Italian battalion which via on the Cith In nmich on Tenth, and who*?> Colonel, Ferrari, wax jott i day compelled, by hiu own oflleara, to give hi* resignation On a plain, further off. towards the Kant, on the right bank of tbe Danube, the Magyar army I* reen. watted for with irnpatienoe by aone, and feared by other*. " The spring* of the movement, to much at l?Mt M it* revolutionary nature will adaiit of control, la eon irumitu in iu? louowmg auttiorltleii. Kirnt.?The Diet and the Crmmittee ?f I'ublic SHt'oty, elected by It. thin latter being In immediate communication with the army. Secoad- 1 he'nniniunal' ouncil which mot for the firnt time on tb? fith October, and which inelude* a great number of very aotlve radical", whilit the contervatlve party keep uloof from It* deliberations. Third ?The commandant general of the National (Juards in whom in vested the command of all the armed forces in the city Fourth.? Fourth.? The committee of ?tud?tits, who not only am at the head of tha University legion, but who are refarded by all the population ait thn central point cf nforniation and Imporiuut iruceedings. It is to thin r< mmiUre that all the bourpro.H and workmen apply iin >uiiiiunuiiiD| Deiore wnuiu ail i>oltllers male prlfon?r? are takrn. pretended pplen, and dangerous or diaat' lecttd p?rB?<n?; tue ran dour are delivered to them which have been captured, the ainmunUion, Ur ?tc and to tbem in m?d? u report, each quarter of an heur of what Is observed from the towen of S? ct Stephen Hfih ? The Central Committee of the d?aaocr?tlo cU>bi>,nko exercise a great in due nee on the movement 7 lie Celoftne Gazette, of tb? lvtb,etatea that Count d'Amrpperg had re?l*n?d, and that <?nn. Soheranenbtrg?op appointed to the command of thn troops In bit st< ?d. Kiiaiki ort, Oot. 17,1847. We have Intelligence from Vieuna only up to the 13th It announces tbnt General Auersperg (who was Mated in pievioue accounts to have resigned the tomn ai d of ihe troopp) bud effected * junction with Jelltichich: but. thonuh it i? nnnii."..^ k_ ?u- n? ? f . - ,F 0- -- - wMMtuivu ujr vuw urvsiuw pupets, the Colognr Caxtth exprePHe> doubt* of itfl correctness, and the letters of the 13th do not mention It. Th? deputation nomlnxted by the Diet to wait on the I 'mpHror, had left fur Olmultz, to join him. A U tter rayh that the r??ii(nation of DobblehotT and Bach had been accepted by the Kinperur. I'rinne Windlf cbgraetr. wan alt o said to have left for Olmulu, wherr tionph at (Jsiilcia and Bohemia were ordered to proceed. Before it* departure, th? city of Prague had to give twelve hostages to the prince, to enable him-to march on Vienna with the garrison. In the coarse of the 13th. the command of the National Guard of Vienna \?an changed four timed, and wan at length provirloualiy confided to .VI. Messeuhausen, nominated by the Comm ttee of Students. The Hungarians wtre only two miles from Vienna The Ban wan. however, receiving new reinforcements every day All me iiuv|in mil inimuDiuon winch it wag possible to dlspcse of Here Miit to him jvtry day from Bohemia, Ualllcia, and Moiavia The Communal Coaaoll of Vienna bail undertaken to provide for all those rendered unable to work by iaji.iies received in th? public rervicv, and aim to provide for the widows and families of those killed. The railway tralnx from Vienna arrived very late at Ureylaw, owing to the great number of perrons who were living from Vienna, the preat< r part without beiiK?Ke. The total number who bave tied 1* estimated at 10 ( 00. On the 12th the train which left Vienna consisted of eizty oarriages; that o! the 13rh of eighty. In the evening sitting of the Constituent Assembly of Austria, on the l'ith. M. Schuselku paid, that aa beur ago the people had brought a dead body, mattlatrd in a horrible manner, to show to the Diet the Mta Dt brutality committed by the soldiery. The Committee of Kirianoe reported in favor of a demand of tlw .v .? wivhiu iu um i ue creuu oi tne bank iccordiig to bis nect'Naitief, and the authorUatlon Kan aecurded. M. Schutelka announced that two aii'iubern of tbe Huugaiiun Diet had arrived wUh tbe following addrrM to tbe Austrian Diet : ? To Tin Coi?riti I'M' Ou t or Viicwa?Tie Hungarian Datii n m ita utreil urtigrlo fur liberty ayuinat the treaaon, onif tiu|>lid, in tlehirtory oi tl.e world, ot a reactionary Camarilla uuu ita injured inercerariei', in penetrated with aeutimeata o! the lneliiat aratiiide iir their taioie devutodnma with whi';b the telle inhabitants of Vienna liav? rineu to prevent the uriival of rcinlorcenients to the army of the Wmtor JelU chith. Die Uuigaiitn nation docltroa, bvfor? Cod acd the tnivirit, that it will coniider tbe liberty > t duatria aa ita own iitierty, and oonaider it ita duty to riutribute all ita power to lukintaiii it. The darner which threaten* the liberty of the l?o tatiira >a lomuion. Hut irary enrgetioa'ly rejeoto all na'y with the Camarilla and ita peijuied mergesariea, and lolininly declait a ltaelt the obliged fr end faithful ally, ami Sterol the Austrian nation : it, m reevrr, <J clara* that it la icaolteu to at t tie thoir rerpective in ereata to fielr i u UiOn ctitn, on the large-t laaia af right, equity, id f.Merni'y. Notwithatar the | rriotiy measure* .(.iptidly 'he Anatrian Diet, l'l.U/O men have Urn able to oil im nwKiy unner 'he union of the traitor Jallfcli ch find our p?.or bctraytde^uutry ih threa'ei "d by vd u.vae'co f tbi rcojii ttatloaid in Gallf .a. 1 to- iluriraiun natiuu b*jgi h? nthlt reprtntnutneaof Auairia in d?el*re trailer, (?* we *e laietMrj llurraiun who urn-11 r*Ue a [t?I mi I and a*?iim th() ii ttij ol /.uMil.i atiaitor to the eem.iry.) e\ery otiu wko (bail wild he It vb. mi l" rt t- the m.fl Jell.i mcli. ft peijqre la* rn. ,?n' cliofcn t.y the ountanlla to 01 | tha t>?ity of Aoatrla Ld Jtivary. Ti e repmeuiutno i.f the nation hw Iven the l omirinu trmy the r?>aitivo ?t\'trn to tlUrljch wherever he may go. If the tJmiKuiuu troops he I ]<(cd to puirue him on the Au trfin to?r tory, the Uungarlui tion | ro<'!uiin( befi re G'd ?n'l nun, thniitiiax not themten i n to vi.i ate the Aurtiian territory, but that it jete in eonl'oiil) with arnkmeni* nf gratitude, * hi. -It m?ke it ite duty not hi a\e the notle inhabitants of ?i'.liont%tip|?rtai-xinet '.he n.n on enemy Tlie Hungarian gnvernm- at I angiv^o the eeveit oiden that, in cate the artny ohcui'1 advance. It* isainUinaaoe i the ? il of Anuria, sirred to us, shall he at theexpense of nnaarj ifc>c 1 f, and t) at it shall not fall on the nol le Austrian teiile. Salutation, es'eum, and Iraeroity [Mi red b) theFreiident and Vta-I'resideptiof the UiiDrariaD ifet.J 1. SclimeHta announced that a telegraphic despatch ail if d received from m Lohner. setting forth that, iter many difficulties be had been admitted to an udit-oc* of tbo Archduke Krancla Charted. A maainfto of the Kmperor. printei during his journey, and ii-tributed everywhere, had alio been received. II ?M utiched in nearly there terms: ? The I n.reror baa lei t Vienia. I ream* a small and darlag prty aatxeilea it pumctlon (I rein, and he has hoen forced to leave in .nt.ilnl InaMAk. UJ ?* 1 , -- n?v? ?. niiuiacu.ionnainitiii inc KT? Of bis [01 If. M. Borrr?cb proposed that in addition to the addrean Irendy K-ut. another addrens nhould he ??nt to the mperor. inviting the diffcrmt people of Hungary to ? nnutMc at Vienna, fo at to accord equal rights to the ifferent nationalities. After lomn diienfsion the ioti< n wa* agreed to, and the address ordered to be ?nt to the Ilupgarian*. M.Hmolkawaa definitively Ucttd Prt'fiuent, and M. Rre*te Vic# I resident. In lie morning sitting. M Schuseik* presented new reorts on the sltuetion of the city, the enthusiaiin of he peculation, the arrirai of reinforcements. kc. He nnouneed that a telegraphic dispatch from Bruno tated that that town war tranquil, and that many le|utiec bad left to join the Emperor The Diet being till in number more than sufficient to take legal r*'o ut ims, has declared nnll and of no elfeot all the reeoutiens of an isolated Parliament which mnjr a'aemhlw round the Kmperor or anywhere. The Bohemian rpubn p. vu iuiii pan. proitti StfiUUBl all mat may Im one at Tragus. Our Sardinian Coi ri'tpnndenrr, Ti riv, October 13,1848 Y?strrday evening the sittirg of the federal Congreap r Turin was. for a moment, excited by an extraordi. ary incident. Whilst the project of the federa' pait as unCer ditcursion. tbe new* wan all at oaea spread bat Milan was in full revolt. All tbe Ameinbly. exited as if by nn electric thock. at nn<? shouted,' L' ng ve Milan! Long live tbe Lombard*:" A eommii* Ion, crmposrd of Flioglic, Leopardl, Monte;?molo. and alerlo, wa* immediately eent to the Ministry to aeaarain the truth ef the report. On their way th?y u>et rveral niembt-rs of tbe Lombard ( onsulta. whr R?ve turn tbe following explanation* ?All the V-ietrian oops at Milan are censi^nrd to their quarters; (be bole city I* In gr?at agitation, and expect severe rent*.'' Tbe AFsembly at fkrtt, electrified by th? first swa, received this communication with regret. At leend of the diicusslon, Mamiani vu charge! to >nvey to tbe King an addrex signed by all tlie reprentativrs of Itlalian provinces at Concreee, in wbiob n Aviajrm j * a* ncncuea to prone riy i-tfnmi'infm > repair the disaster* cf the valiant riedmontene armv The false report of the insurrection paused greatextmifl there K.terj on* Imlulfed the moet eirlte.l ope*, for with the people lure insurrectiou in bur rctfcer term for victory A great crowd eollerttert nder the window* of the .Vllnl'ter, 'bnutlnn, " Neww cm Milan ! Let u* have nrw* from Vliltn Th?y were told there w** do news Crie* of " War, nr." then recounted from *11 tide*, and afterward* l.e imirt n?e crowd r*tir?d without disorder, convinced hat w*r Is inevitable, and triumph ctrtain. A letter from ,\iiian. of the 11th, say* Onr city a* been wltn?s? of a *p?-etacli' whinh will bo donbt, e fruitful In cTtnf? beneficial to ltnly Th* irun^i. i#r*. on recelrinir the new* from their country. a<nibied In order ot battle in the square before tb? pare. and ?boute<), - Death to the Croat" " Th*y re!? li to irarch to their nnnntrv .n.l .r?? rr Dtj-ff ur hour* to grant them permission. without bleb, it refined. th?y will nevertheless taka their deirture lUd.-i/Ky oa led rut siTerai regimenis of roal* Tbe Hnegarlnrs. on helnf made arijnainUii ith tbl?, requested the iphabltan's to retira, prooai* ft to gt?e a good lesson to any troops who might atmpt to enter the city " The difrord which baa penetrated tha camp of >? enm.y appears to menace it with eompiatn icc lotion. Numerous bauds of Hungariana and rcata bar* deserted the \ustrlan Mag. Soma have Ih* n refuse at I.ugano: the others at Jutra and Talma. The Austrian troops who wera #n rnr.f* for aiy hate been recoiled to euppresa the Insurrection ; \ I. nna Radatiky has consigned hiatraopa to thai* jarters, and prohibited *11 commit nidation between cm. for the purpoae of avoiding collision. Thef ataa the city are closed. Numerous pataola. with a, our the street* Tbe wh??i??-? r. ip ) > i' 11

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