Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 29, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 29, 1855 Page 3
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OORBE8PONDE ICE. I ' On Wuhln|ton CormpoatrnM, Washington, Jin. 26, 1865. Aeut. Hunter and the Brig Bainbridge-Iiutibor dinotion ? Detail* of the Affair, ft. We telegraphed 70a tat night that Llsut. Com* >andlng Hunter, of the United State* brig B tin ridge, jut arrived at New York, had come home rlolation of the orders of C >mmodore Baiter, and the Seoretiry of the Navy intended to order a t martial to be convened tor his trial. It is now elleved the President will order his nam* to be track from the naval list without going through be form of a trial, as the evidence against him, by is own admission, is deemed sufficient to justify he most rig nous measures. It appears that when the difficulties in Piragnay rose, in consequence of President Lopez with rawing the txtquatur from the American Vica ;oneul Hopkins, at Aenumptltin, as well as other 'Ue invading the rights of American cIliz ins ht'fe, Com. Salter sent Lieut. Page in une surveying ?earner Water Witch tjadjmt matters, whiuh he did d a highly satisfactory mauuer. Lieut. " Alvarado" lunter took offence at this, and at unco wrote to he Becetary 01 the Navy ooim-ltining ot the contact f tbe Commodore, on the ground (Hat he (Hunter) hculd ha?e been selected as the proper per*on to ?nitec; the honor and interests of ttie United S'aiei. .'be first (.ffeace be took was at the failure of 0 >m ucdore Sour to send him in the B*in bridge to tne ''aiklatd Is.aods to a^ju?t the difficulties tnere, for reason, ?s tbe Commodore assigned, that Hunter < night compromise tfe interests or the conotry. In ibis letter to tbe Sec etary he s?ys thut he Hunter) "should have I* en employed wnwe these j fficultiee prevailed; whereas I am sent to cruise vbere 10 difficulties prevail;" and in dugust at mch ill tieatmtnt he brought his vessel home. He ctimaUs distinctly to the Secretary tuat that orti sial unjustifiably exposed bis private correspon lence, ai d he deoonnceB Salter as recreant to his ;rus;, and unmindful of the honor of the tlag of his . xrantry. Washington, Jan. 23, 1855. TM Senatorial Election in New York and. Guberna torial Election in Virginia. Having a few spare momenta to myself, I thought iiey coold not be better improved than devoting '.fcem to you in a short gossiping letter aboat mav Sera and things in general. First, then, the politicians here are all agog re ipecting tfce fate of Seward in yoor State, and that of Wise in Old Virginia. Speculations are rife as to the probable result of both. Seward's election J,js United States Senator is sure to elect Wise as IfOoveino say they, and tnua reason among t iem selves. If Seward is elected, the S;?te of Ni# York baa doufry repelled Know Notningiam ? as the last eleotion, and by the voioe of the representatives of the people in assembly convened; and no matter how much Seward may be tinctured wita tree soilism, the whigH of old Viiglaia will rally to a mat in support of Wise, if for no other purpose than opposi tion to the Kuow Nothings. Bat how do they anti cipate proouciog this result? Why, the wtiigs in Virginia are not to nominate a ticket, and all the jogs? Trsy, Blanche, and Sweetieart of the poli tical kennel are to be let loose in the Old Dominion, each dog of esch party to retu'n to his vamit, and stump the State tor Wis*; they believing that sncn a course will eventuate in success. No moiey, per suasion, false voting, or stump oratory will be with held to make this eier democratic State remain si, and to defeat this unchristian, persecuting party, toe Know Nothings. But say you, how is be sard to be elected as United States Senator, with a de cided mnjority aga'nst him, md when his moat sanguine Irieuda tremble at the reault? And what oan Seward or hi* friends gain by astist ing in the election of Henry A. Wwe ? Or what assistance would Seward's election lend to that of Wise? Let me tell vou in the first p'.ace how St ward is to be elected- We all know tha opinions ot the administration, and a majority of both bouats of Congress, in relation to the Kuow Nothings? they would stoop to any political otlca wry? eievate the noisiest brawung abolitionist to power if they were oertain it would assist ia destroy ing this heard of, but never seen party ; and in or der to strike a decisive blow in the State of New York, arrangements have been made and a treaty signed between Seward and the democratic politl eians, taat several member* (called demo -rats) in the present Legislature shall vote for Stward wiien the time shall arrive, and thus he become United States Senator. This move does not altogether bs long to the administration and its friends ; hut good reliable bunkers are assisting in this dirty work. What afl?istan. e would Seward's election lend to that of Wise ? No wblg candidate woo d bo in the field: their best mm would take the stump in Wise'i favor against the Know Nothings; mouey would be raised, atd the whigs in their districts wonld assist in polling all the illegal votas they pos sibly cou d. These few reasons, in my opinion, are g -cd ores and sufficient. I have some chanc* of anowirg tbe opinions of thn leading wire-pullers here, and I can assure you what ( h?ve here writ ten is not fatcy, but facts. Tbe election in Virginia la tbe all-absorbing topic? in private ro oms nothing else is talted of? whigs or democrats, it matters not, sppear materially interested in the election of Wise. They are flooding the State with speeo.v*, <tbat have never been delivered,) pampilets, and all kinds of premises-- the old game, bat qs an enlarged scale. They will have sore work jft. I could mention tbe members of tbe New York Legislature who have agreed to lend themselves to this nefarious transaction, aa I have seen a letter to that effect in this city ? it is authentic, for I know their signatures. On ay arrival ben I found Tom Dunlsp, of the Pewter Mug, Col. Daniel E. Pelavan, and Alderman John Kelly, but they vamosed the ranche last Sunday afternoon. COUESrONDKNCl Of O THICK PAPERS. [Correspondence of the Courier and Enquirer.] Washington, Jan. 20, ls55. The Kinney Expedition. I have reliable information that ir tie Kinney ex Edition attempts to depa't it will be stopped by the terftrence of the government. A proclamation Will be issued, declaring it to be a military organi sation for the invasion of a frietdly State. s [Correspondence of I'ont.l Washington, Jan. 24, 1855. Government Digging Welti ? Heaeon for S/ou't'i Recall ~ H' ldi't Contumacy. A resolution of inquiry, effsred by Mr. Edgerton and passed by tbe House on the 23a, relative to tbe j military depredations <m tne lands or the Kin/.a* In dians, which were exposed some weeks since ia the j Evening feet, will result, unless I am misinformed, in some astounding dia. losntes of official abusea and neglect. Tne resolution referred to calls upon the Secretary of the Interior to oommunicate to Congreas what steps have been taken to carry out the treaty witi tbe Delaware Indians of May 6, 1854. as f*r as ie- 1 lates to lands ceded in trust to the United States? what trespasses bave been committed upon the In dian laid*, or whether there was any unlawful occu pation of tbe same? what participation army offl era lave bad in such illegal procesdings? whether tbey have speculated In Indian lsnls ? wnether any com plaints hsve been made that tbe army there does not respond to the proper demands ot the Interior Department; also, whether any official complaints bave been made s gainst tbe Commlaioner ot Indian Afhirs, and what. Tbe rssofution concluies with a request lor all Information connected wi;h tb* sub ject which the Secretary may be able to prooure. i Tbere seems to exist a singular reluciaace on tie J part of Ibe government to shed light upon the topics above mentioned, but thn facts and rumors whi h nave lately tranapired go far to acoouot for it. Tbe five hundred thousand acres, ceded by tbe Datawares to the United States, were ceded solely on condition that they should be sold at public au r.ioa, and tie , proceeds returned to the owners. Tbe value of the?e lands, wnich are tbe most fertile, and in ail respects tbe most eligible in Kansas, ia, at least, even in ttieir preaent uncultivated condition, one hundred dollars an sere, and they won d readily brtn^ ta*t price at . public stle. Now, tbe Commiteioner of Inaian Af fairs, Colonel Man* penny, i as 'hurled in a do n ment, addressed, I tiiok, to the Se;ret*ry of War, Captain Hunt, commaocirg rfflcr at Fir. leaven Worth. Msj< r Ogden, the 'jnartermaater, and Msj<* Maclln, the paymaster, will vmspi'teg srtti oih -r jwrttes to occupy and speculate in the leads thus .eAidiU >o ally ceded bv the Dstawaree? aad, whu is worse, is belisvsd to have p oved it. These gentlemen bave rep I lei to tbe charges by lettere to Secretary Davis, accusing Oolonei Many penny of a'l sorts of evil doles*. demanding hi* re call, aid intimating, it ia suted, thai they bold themselves responsible (to Commissioner M.i iy petnv, I presume) for their vlnd'cation. It ie nerdly prbable, however, that the commianoner will accept the challenge thus implied, bat I have beard that ba baa sent a rejoinder to the Seoretary ot War. which will satisfy all parties, wbetner frier dlv or inimical to the investigation projowi ia Mr. Edgerton's resolution. An expedition will aet out to mwrew from New York, o< a detachment of two hnndred topographs eel engineers, under Cap. aln Pope, to make some surveys and Improvements In the teigbborhood of tbe road from San Aatonia to Han1!. P?, for the fa cilitation of tbe immense travel over that anient thoroughfare- on w.iich, among other things, It is 1 proposed to bore stx artesian wells, made nsoeaaary ? by tbe scaretty of water there. Tbe oosapaay will I b? abeeat ab^nt six months. Mr. Breckearidge will est resign, ft is understood. before the expiration of hit tots on tks fourth ef March next, enUlml/ mo* before Congress has take* some action upon the bill which he has in charge for tbe reHef of Texaa oreditars. Bo, atlsast, I am 1 (j formea by one of those vho are applying for the indemnity. With regard to Mr. Breoaenridge's pre decessor In tbe ministry to Bpaia, it ia pretty veil ascertained, that previously to his depute re from Madrid to attend tbe Obtendconferenoe, he received a despatch from tbe State department, which ha baa ever slice neglected, or refused to deliver. Tbatthis and Mr. 8oul?'s other official indiscretions ltd Vi his recall, " at hia own request," aa tbe phrase is, there can be bu' little d >ub*? The rea son for his contumacy is c ^jectnred, on gool grounds, to be, that tbe despatches trom the aid mi tistrsiiou did not sufficiently harmonizs with the . bellicose policy wbich be is charged with having adopted on his individual responsibility. [Coaretpondence of the Ra'tiraor* Sun.] Washington, Jan. 26, 1855. New Naval Organization litfl? The Foreign Pau per EvU. Tbe committee on naval ?ffairs ot the Senate hive 1 matured a very excellent bill for toe establishment i < f what has been < all-d the reired list of officers. Tbe bU lis so framed as to render retirement from aciual service acceptable, and in no way derogatory, to an offlctr. Tbe service is to be diviJed intJtwo ii^ts ? tbe active and the reserved list. Taoas ulas-d on the re serve list an. liable to be recalled into the service, but in the bank witb wbich they retire. Tbe j fro upon the reserve li?t wii i the same pay that they may receive on leave, or on furlough, or in whatever may be their situation at tbe time of re tiument. A Board ia to be constituted, of coirae, for tie purpose or deciding questions arising up >n propositions for placing un officer on tbe reserve list. The statements msde by Benator Cooper of tbe number of persons ot foreign bit ta who fi 1 oar po jr bouees and prisons in the several States, sur p is *d many who nad not adverted to the rao's. But it is perfectly true, aa Senator Weller remarked, that the States have tbe remedy in their hands, and the Le gislature ot New fork is now engaged in taking measures .'or tbe prevention of the landing of a oar go of convicts ship) ed for New York by tae authori ties of Uenoa. Other Btatea will take the aama coarse for tbe correction of the evil In future. [Correapondencc of the North Ammcin.J Washington, Jan. 25, 18.55. The Senatorial Know Nothing Caucus? Jndtari Trouble/ and ImtxiI Speculation* ? The Tariff? Ctil. Kinney1* Expedition. Tbe result of the adjourned anti Kaow N ithlng caucus was very insignificant. It waa founl taat nothing cr.nld be d<me, and nothing of intereat or consequence was done or attempted. Brovn and Adams, ot Mi'sissipt i; Houston and Rusk, ot Texas; Clay BLd Fitzpatrick, of Alabama, repudiated the whole proceeding aa a demo ratic party movement f i om tbe beginning They protenU-d a^iiost it, be cause it was a foolish divergence from the party re cord, ana a seeking after new Issues. They also op posed it tor tbe more practical and substantial rea son tbat they approve ot tbe objects of tbe Know Nothing organization, though they do not choose to commit the ma -Ives openly to tbe measures adopted far etttcing tbem. Mr. Dm a las, on this occasion, thought it expedient to take no part in theagiia tion. Having accompliaoed the mischief to which be dtvcfa d his powers last year, he turns conserva tive, and wets upon hia la i els. It was, aftsr some vague and dlacursiv s debate as to the policy of no ticing the extraordinary preva'ence of tbe Know No blng element in bota parties, jadlrfouily re solved to watcb tbe progress ot tbe stream, without vainly seeking to divert the current. Tbe Senate r i* cussed at length the proposition to raise three tbou?ard volunteers for the defence of tne Irontiers -gainst Indian depreda'ions. That bill is a really important measure, aad will servo a ood purpose in hastening tbe disintegration of the em ciatic party. It will receive harder blows from the membeis of the msjority in both houses than from tbe oppes tion. Mr. Kuerten's resolution, yes teiday adopted, ia one of the meats chosen t> com pel its absnuonment or sezure its defeat. Tnat reso lution is regarded as an arraignment of the War De railment bv its political supporters in the House, it is charged tbat cue of the Judges of Kaoaw Ter ritory-Judge Johnson - formed a contract for the purchase ol toe lands ot tie t-aif breds, woich waa nullified by tbe order of tbe Piesident. This con tract was forwarded for revicion, as required b/ the ' rules of tbe department, in 'he handwriting of Qov. Heeder, wolch may be the foundation for the rumor i that be bad been engaged in speculations for obtain < ing tbe lands ct the Indians, whom it was his duty tc protect from fraud and encroachment in every i form. 1 be Department of the Interior, through tbe Cun mistioner of the Land Offl je, complains very seiiously tbat amy officers at Kurt Leavenworth have coi nived at, and assisted uj, these s tecnlations in lidian lands, thus seriously 1. juring th* Indians, snd introcucing disorder and violence into tbe Territory. Secretary Davis, it is stated, has suic turned the coune ot tbe officers, and thereby adJed to tbe em bar raiments resulting lrom the uusooq dact ot tbe civilians. Tbe conviction seems to be almost universal in the House, that the Indian dis turban** threatened along the line ot emigration to California and Oregon arc attributable bltogdthur to tbe mismanagement of governnu nt official*, and tbe abi-ence of a suitable force of regular troops, properiy dtsi osed along the rmitc. Congress will toierate nt scheme of exterminate >n as a remedy for Indian boat i.i ties. It is expected that on Monday next tin; Commit tee of W ays and Means will report a tariff bill whi h tbey have lad on tbe anvil for s ime weeks. 1U modifications trom tbe bill of last year are uot im portant, and tbe prospect of a tion on the subject is so slight tbat an analysis of the embryo is bardly woith the trouble ot makixg it, or the space re quired for its publication. Col. Kinney siates that one of the vessels ot the Central American expedition will be ready to sail from Baltimore on Friday, witb a hundred emi grants. If it attempt tc clear with tne arms and warlike munitions which, it is understood, have been provided for the uie ol tbe adventurers, tee vessel will be seized. It may be thought extraordinary tba: this extreme course snouid lie taken, after the very obvious encouragement wbich has been ex tended to tbe enterprise by the letters of the Secre tary ot State ano tbe article i < f the . fli lal gazette; but it must be remrmbered that this is a very extra ordinary administration, and that its strongest cbsrsneristic Is it* iscillties in changing its mind aid revetting its policy. alkxis. Oar Pennsylvania Coi respondents. Hakkimuho, Jan. 24, 1355. Tf r Senate of Ptn*nflvania? Tfir House of Represtn tatter* ? The KUctim of Untfeti State* Senatoi. I arrived at tbli place last ever log, and thla morn ing, for tbe tbit time in my life, visited the Capitol of PeMisylvaiiia. The Legislature la now in seeeion. Tbe ?eoate in neatly equally divided In politica, but tbe Hcaae of Representative* la compoaed of a large majority of ihe American Ore' era. Tne President or tbe Benate ia a democrat, an i appears to be a mild, unoetentations man, by the name of He later; and la, , I believe, a descendant of Jxeph Heiiter, formerly (Joverncr of the State. Tbe Henate la compoesd of tblrt) -three members, and were engaged In the die. curaicn of a bill amendatory of the lavs against bribery. Although this wm an important bill, yet tbe diacneiion waa tame and ns Interest log, tbe speakers displaying neither talent nor teeearcu. In tbe Bouse ct Representatives, composed of one buidred members, the presiding offloer is Henry K. Btrotig, ot tbe city of Philadelphia, well known > throughout tbe country as or e of tbe most intellt ?ent iLen In Pennsylvania. lie waa elee'ed Hpeaker y the largest vote ever given In tbat body, In a c >a felted elec tion, and MMM over tbe deliberations of tbe popular biai^'i of tbe Iieg alatnre with dig nity and energy. The Hojae appears to contain much more able men t iao the Henate, the new elemeLt In politics bringing before the public a new 1 and better class of men. Hince the inauguration of tbe new (Jovemor the all absorbing topic bete la th* election of United i HiatesHeoator la tbe place of J a me* Cooper, who* term of office expiree on the 4th of March next, j Tbe election ia to take place on tbe 13th of February. It is impossible to tell who wl.l be the choice of trie LepUlatnre. There are a number of candidate* whose pretensions are urged here by their friends: but a* tear aa 1 can Ai d out, no one of them oan unite tbe vote* of tbe majority Tbsre are James Ooper, William P. John*v>n, blmein Cameron, Wi|. | lias. I primer. Ancrew O. Curt'n, 'he present H crw tary or Btate : Tba< dees Stevi ns, Professor TifUnay, Robert T. Conrad, David Jtyoe, and Henry K. Btiong, tbe Hpeaker of tho Hou w TisrwiKCf it l*nia*A ? The B onkville Am* rirafi ?a?a that a f?w riaya ago, a oommittee of six I ol tbe ladies of Brjokville waited on every liquor eeller In tbe plate with a pc'.itlou to quit Uie l?isi ness. They say In tVlr petition that '? toe boainess la in direct oppi sit ion to the laweof (lod and all good muD'dj ai laws, and in opposition to the will of this otmmontty; that It Is the nuner of oar busbanls, eons, tetbeia and br?tbe-e," and t*tj, therefore, 1 humbly pray tNat H will be stopped. For fear en treaiies might Lot be of any avail, they append the followta?:? '?His- We erne to yon as weak and defenceless women, lint oar wrongs and <nr In lines m ike oar weaktxwi strength; and onlets this oar pr?yer be heard there li not a thing urder high Heaven, the world artwnd, ow will maatereth not." Tbb petition ia signed by two hundred a*d forty eight lathes of Brookville. namet are pan lisned in fall hy tbe Amttrteam. With each n oroe barking up end) a deteralrstira, tbe ltqtaae eeiieri msy fled it for their advantage te quit. Oar ?m!ii? CiwUMtoii. Boston, Jan. XT, 1965. ' The Eltctian of Gen. Wilt**? Will the Senate Concur? ? Paisuge of the Amendm nil to the Constitution? The Old Abolttiontit* and their Meeting? Removal of Sheriff* ? The Attorney General? Meeting of the Harvard College Board of Overeeeri ? Mr. E.G.Loring ? Mr. Emerton'e JUeture on Slavery, ard Hu at the Know Nl t hinge ? Nile Hampshire ? The Peace New ? Letter from St. Peter i burg ? The St-rnn, tfC. The election of Gen. Wilson to the office of United States Senator, by a vote of 234 to 130, only shown bow determined were the mem'>3;s ot the tl >um to adhere to nominations regularly m?d-. Had he been defeated, arter receiving Un nomination by a decisive majority of the repe?e<ita ives la caucus assembled, ibe new party wonld hvregone to pieode quite ss rapidly at* it wh iuprovima It would hat* been cit sr that there was uo eem< nt in it? tbat it was blo?*n about by every brt . ih it chanced to arise, and that it would be din^erou* for any mm j to t:n*t bin toituscs in its keeping. If one nominee . ccmu be killed oil because of bis Slaving beeu a tree toller, the next day m'ght see tli? tatchsry ot an iano.ent for his previous whignerv, or dtinocra y, or acme otter equally great cuts of opinion. G >n. | Wilson is far from owing but eleotlou to the trae soilers in the House. Not only we t h y n.4 ab'e to elect any man to office, unaided, but th?y c id not all vote for him. Tbere are 160 tree totkr* in thit bedy, and oi theie at least 30 either vwed agaiu> him tr did not vote, ao that he re e ve.i 114 voU#, and peihapa Jiore, from gentleinvn who up to last year bad acted mtn either the whig or tne demo- ! eiatk party. It is prtlty bale to say that te re ' ceiveu C6 democrat c votes, anu nearly 60 from ' whiga. His elrcthn, therefore, cannot be called a tree soil triumph. As several score of democrats I voted to make Mr. Sumner United States Henatu.-, I I so have almost as maoy demcorats, four years Utjr. | - voted to give him General Wilson ai a colleague. The elec'ion of neither gentleman can be called a , I free aoil victory, unless it be aasumed thtt tho froe aci era are such shrewd fellows that they are more than a match for any odds. The ' sectional" attl- ' ' tuleof Massachusetts in the Senate, the -elore, about which the Boston Punt is so very " iemoncholy," has been the work of its own party quite as mu ;h , aa of any otier sort of men. On. Pierce, In the aummer of 18.10, approved of the co tfittoa of Maau chuaetts democrats and free scl era, one of the re sults of whion was Mr. Surone.-'s election; and , when he knew that the legislature to be ohosea : ; would have to make eboice of some one aa Senator, to an need Mr. Wtbster. Of the 47,000 men who voted, in Masaachnsetta, for the 1'ierci electoral i ticket, 40.000 approved of Mr. Sumner's election. The democrat!: element is large in the cos'ition that ba) juat made choice of Gen. Wilton. It it well to keep these facta in mind, just to offset the csat aDout " sectionalism" from ^>vergorged govern ment officers, whose attachment to toe Union be comes strong as gold can make it on eaoh of the four quarter days of tne year. The opponent* ol General Wilson do not, at jet, give ap the flgbt. They ire intriguing, coaxing, driving, and using all manner of me*i>? with Sena tors to get them to assume an attitude of hostility to tbe Itepreeentatives. The general oplDijn in that they cannot suceed, and that the San it a will concnr with the Houw. What ei*e can it do with safety? It the Senate really be hostile to the House's candidate, it should htve taken the initiative against him, aud so have pluood that body in a bad position. Were it to op pose him now, after almost two thirds of the House have voted for hia, iti coarse would be regarded as factious by every parky in the State. Trere is no mtn for wiorn tae Senate conld v jte who would have any chtrce o "harmoniziig tbe party" so weil as Can. Wilsjn. Mr. Hoar has be? n named, and so bas bis s ?u, bow one of the Just cesof the Common Pleaa Court These gentlemen have talent and charu'ter, bit ! they do not beicLg tj the Amen an party; and, be side, they art such conwrvbtives that, if they hal ; llvt d in 1483 , tht y would havs way I at J Christopher I Cciuoiban or his return from America, and a*i him i and nia crews dro?n?d, ra'liei lhau b*ve h*d re | itived pcographlctl ideas disturbed by t'te proma ? gaticn of He great Uct tnat ane* world lay beyond thb waste of waters. Such men are not for this go ahead age. According to tbe ex sting indicatioas, G?n. Wilton is to be the inan, in spite o? (ion i>?ve ?*? * sad his "long sword, saddle, and bridle,'' as L-b.kjHpeare or Emerson bas it The Know Nothings are doing one pice of basi nets for the wbigs quite as well as tbe whirfs could have dine it for themse vea. The Senate to >k uo the amendments to the constitution parsed by the last legislature, yesterday. and adopted tbein. It now oniy icmains tor the H:iu<e t.> concur by a two thirds vote, atd these ameLdmeot i can be suomitted to the people tt an early day. If adopted by them, tbe legislature can mate the itepreseatative aid beiatoital d atricu that will be required, and our rext election will be held tinder a new system. Toe Governor wul then be cboaen, as will oe ml other (fRetra, by a plurality of votes, which will be a gieat help to the Know Notnicg*; fur iti* scarctly possible that they should nut be a plu alitj, tt ttem quarrel as they may, or experience losses of tven a teri .us character- I sua|<ect tuat ; this i ontideistire bad quite at much weight with thr Senate as anything else. It is mippwtd that trie House will fend the amendment* through with the name rnsticg haste as characterized tbe action of | tbe Senate. 1 The H juse ?e?mx to have a very quner set of offi ! cus. Its e'erk is one of the editor* of t>>e Pittaflald tcult, aid amosr a himself by denouncing tarough the columns of that wiiig paper, tbe election of Get era) tt iiaon to tbe I'n.teu States Sen?te. These dennnciatioas are confined mostly to tbe whig pa pers, and to the ab lition meeting*. Tbe old tine a to n ion paity hatehai a "protracted meeting ' here this week, at which the ultras lmay in let ting iff their > gar. Tbe two men mwt de nounced were Charles bumner and Henry W'liaoa, whom the v ba e'er worse than they do either iltvery or stovtbclcers. Mr. Garrison made a warm ver <al assault on Mr. F. lJuugiaa, whom he di -likes rnaoh m re than be does Henasor iMigl**. Toeopi.ion wsa expr?*ewi by some cp? aker? tnat non ret'staoce was abombog, wbtjh netted the fierce wrath f the noi-re?istait?. M a. Abby Kelley a aid ahe did n.^t agree with her buaUu.d in toe opinion that a luxi tive slave could not tie seized in Worcester, ?nd sl.ouJd not be ?ur?rised to bear that one h td ??-<n ! seized there within six weeks. Our ab>litH?i?u are very mnch like tbe Cameronians of Scotland, ba ing tqually fierce, and equally impressed with a be lief in their own exceeding goodness, aud in t is in hue wlcktdneee of everybody etoe. It Is a arc*. coisoiation to them that ever \ toxly la to be damned bot themseivea lbe wot k of reform ? of true reform - lit* b"en c >m merced: the Governor having iisplaoei two gentle nien in the Weat ? tbe Sheriff and Register ?t H*m? abire. This is a amail instaun-Dt on a gr*>t pay- I Bent that la to be made, atd which cac'i be repu dia'ed. The American party baa fewer offlce seek ers in it than might have been expe<v?d ia so gr?at a body, composed to a cerun ex ?-ot, of new men; but It ia not altogether without if??n., a >d it oagbi n< t to be, so that lAher p+nlm m* i be kept in ooai> | Unaaoe. Tbe name of Mr. J ?.,n Clarke, of It ston. bas breo m*ntioneo in noncection with 'he < ITI.*- of sheriff ol HufTolk, now so we,l fllkni bv M*. Kv? etn. To Mr. Cia'ke belongs th< honor of uaviug done that work is the American Ht?te Cwvention w-iic:i csuaid < Krveraoi Gardner's nominal ion, or rather r? starts it wita Mr Burliigiuue -Dr. St'jee having pre par* d tbe way onttide for them When there wss trouble in the or.ventf?n ab<<ut ? <? eostnaiioo . (Mr. Gardner betn*' tii t ?e p e- dr-.t's ctu r.) Mr. Ciatke weat t fugh t >at b dy ?> U paraasde i U e m? m(*is t'<at Mr. Gnronwr <?a- Jost sort of w\a to make a row prom Ise npuii Wben he bad I >ue bia wotk, Mr. Burilnga'ae, *no was the Asroa of tbe arracg* merit, as Mr. Alalia wu tbe M sea tfey both bai tLelreyea on tbe lar d of pmsiiw i> < ft tbe tfa or, and in i ts sotr-rous way, ex aia?d; "tt by not take itir worthy president for t cudijs'iii He is a ma.i npuR wh im we c%n all onit* T.?e n- xi balloting sho ved the < ff. rt of t toVi'i 01 Clarke and Be-ingame; ae<l, ?c 'he Anal c??- Mr. G?rd" ei wss n m nntel to the in t^ae aatoniahment ot tbe p h.ic. Mr. h-iri faav bas hn reward, ir. t' ?? ahsjw of a a^at inC'-t rvsM; bot bejnnd a m st la the S'ate Il roM (to p, ^rtu lives, Mr. Giarke. as.?'t. bas not hewa r-w?*Wd, and no one wh > h?s > at the to sit it, t hat U lns r'wis imij w(L roaaJderthat as oauok of \ reward, !?t rather a aor* o per. sece. rmntai if ee are to b deprive) ofthe "trvieea of w urewr t .oor ter js and eff.clei.t ?h rtfT, Mr (,*i >rar ? -it t< '>? Ml aiieceesnr, as bis frteeds aay be to thorwagily ootape ten* is> 111 the < fB< a. Mr. Patrick ?.,iee is sail te bs v? been or ^ led as boenff ti Hynp<tea, by a Mr Cat er, of Gbtr -tree. There are rv??o safaoat the letrxnal ? f rik .Iff ?er mas. of Brlsaol hot rottoteg dtfi J'e, Mr C .Iff fit. who to reewvwtng ftom a Aon bat sterp fitofki i MM, will, tt ia poalliwly rtated. iciia ltd offloe of Attoffcey-GenereL He tendered hi* resignation to the Governor, but hie Excellency refused to a*oe;it tt, in my decided ai d complimentary term*. Ik I* ?eld that the Governor feel*, ud deplore* the want of high talent in hie party. If thlx be t oe, it la amaiingly complimentary to the ?dnhty and odd tfconrana men who voted for him. The retaining of Mr. Clifford, however, will be a popular act. The Board of Ovorseers of H iward College had a meeting la the Senate chamber on toe afternouo , of the Utb. Mr. Bern hley, Pre* d-nt of the Seuate, 1 pre *ldM,a meet tflenaive fact In the eye* of nost of tie board, seeing that he in " nothing but a me ' oaiic." One mechanic ha*junt bt-etolec ed to thi United States Senate by the House, and another 1 presides, atdpnald-* well too, ever the Celio.-ra tlcns ct the very creamiest of our mistocracy. I'ne j quint) n natural. v piesent* lui If to the conserva tive mind ? to what aie ?e oming? Toe artsto- 1 c aUc nun lit u if an etiong here, iu a certain Met, as ; ever U was iti Er gland. The mnn wh? ara uud?r ! lie irtlUfU e fr# I at badly or. acomnt of rec?ntov , curreices an thhj did wben Governor Boutwell fa?ttrd over th?ir rtcommfluua ions, whi 'h were a go<<l deal in the na'nreof ordens, and ap .oiatal c< napetent men to office, f he m<st niton mtug in , r do t at the inn tii? was the le ommandation fiat Mi. E.G. L' ring lie re a d pointed Senator at '.He ; Cambridge law school. He In tie gentleman who acud us CorumiHeioner In the Bum* one, and |> *ti Isold ior w! oe* removal a State judicial 111 ;? ban* tiei-n presented to the Legislature. Thore will be a tight ever th* queen not hi* re ao -on am nt, for l e if tht mi'si unpopular man In Ma-suchusdits | at ihta time. Mt. Emoiaon delivered the last " Independent ; AutiHave'y Lfctuie," on Thursday eveuug. It | was a ve y inwiea-.iiig olec'tiree, lull ot strong lau- i goa^e and ittoig p intn. Ho bit the Atnaiicaii | party lather hatu.and api ear* to think that their ! iictn'. triumph wasabbK'e prvtical joke. wiici, I however, in hla opinion, had been carneu quite tar en- tikh. fleia'd:? '?Tint ?e i-liould i.nee a revolution In Mamuirhunettn no mill >?ill ?onu?r at * be *-?? bow fir our politic* ha t de|si m! >J.ui i lie form of ?. tuple right The r* igmug paitie* tn<l loi(?*lte?l tbe awn mil reverence which would * l? ?j a attach to a ? iae ami honsat novirnrn 'ot, ami an { tii?) iDFpn> it no respect, louu'l none, but wer? turned out b\ an itnnienits frolic Vm, but to pnrnat In a juice like iLla ! I don't like very well join ok wtb e-life.1 t ,ola j and there Is mi knile aoa'mrp ua leg dilation. (laughter.) i An Indian KajnL bad a poor portrr at I. in g?t? who re ?eiiibleo I' m la |?ri<>n. lis one dajr put hia royal robee and crewn on hlai. ?^at**d him on hid throne, and then put en hi- own head the porter 'a cap auil atooaia the gat* i and laug'ied to ceo III nniniiti rn il<>ueleed and tiowmn down belore the p<Tl?r. But the porter aal>t, ' who ii j U that fellow laoglnng al me in the gate, off with bin lieudf lhey oerapltated tbe Itajau, ami the porter | reigned in hia etead. (biugbter au<i upplauee.) " lie opera ti*i b?jeu aui^uiarly aucoDiti'ful thi* wfik.the audmccH dlati .guiahed alike for i their ? ze, brilnitLcy and fanhion. Frc-m #U that 1 Dear fn m New Uimpuhlre, it licer ; tain that tbe An; or c?n pait; there are not to hive ' tlat eaey time in March tha; boa be?n expected by i ti.eir fritida hue. Taej art to be u?da to pay for tbtir victory, if, iocetd, they are to t?<< permute J to I win one on anj te m?. Tho democratic spirit la Kuvtd. Tbe Cemccratic coaraae 1a up. Holtok out for a regular granite light. Electi >n ItguU in New Hantpehire h*ve alway* been dlatinguiihei for tbeir knock down and d ag out" character, Uyobd tboee of the other New Eng and btatea. Tbe partita to them are, an Wellington? using tie iacguage of tbe ring? aaid the armlea were at Wateilco, " glutton*." It ia not unlikely ttiat we are to *ee repeat* d tbue what happened in 183 ri. A ter the demo< rata had b?en beaten every wnero # Ise, the tide of oiaaatrr was toayed in New phue, after one ct the xtiff'eet llghta of evan tuat (political) warlike age. It wa4 a regular O.ter i>ouri e. Of twenty person* wrtom I have converted with during the last fortnight, irwm New 11a tup afcue, ail have expitHHcd the opinion that tbe demo crats bavr the best cbanoc* or auc^e*, an! some are tjuite ccufldtnt tl at Governor Baker will be ro tlecttd by ti e people. One gemtieman, wno poe ae?M e more than ordinary meana of fonnlng a goo 1 opiLiou. naya t .at ttie p puiarvote wi.l arujuut to i about tiJ 000; ud t i it in poatlble 0 /v. Biker will ha?t a Mmali major ty In it. The American ; pariy'a vote he puts at Mime 16,000. Tbe LegWla- ! tuie in txptcteo to be dtmo ratic. Groai storiea J aie u'd hliout tbe d .waci/aioui that eilst In thn ; Ktn w Not' loir couiri a, aid |iredic<.loua are bt^ed I tbf-Kon; hut I to reonlect that Junt , befuie our t-itction we htd pro inely the a me a >rt of atoriee about the UaeHacl'U-wtts coonslls, and yet you t?e wbat was done here by gentleman who w-m I rej uted to be ao vei y quaiteinome. B ? I am rather alcw to believe whut I bear about the qnartels ot the I Gianite tttate Know Nothings. Ktw (tui le beretbirk th?t pfa e in Europe la nrar at band; the prevalent opinion being that the aatute C'/.ai is a^ am gulling the Eoglieh rnmiatera, who tttm to delight in being lm^xiaed upon. The Biitub i'arliamiut may be ag<un c,Ultd upon to tbat k tbelr Kien b slues for beiplDg them to thrash tbe htusian*. The last time tbtt lary tbankmi fu rt i^re'S lor aavibe an EigiHb army from destrac ti?>n, pj" vi'itia to Dec mlier, 1H64, win on the 2ild ot Jul*, ]H1S, wb?n tbe Comiaona II rnae paired a OLhbimous vote thanki' g old H:uch?-r and hi* Prua iilaiia for tbe >art they tcok in dea'roying tbe French army at Vtaterioo, and a very effl leutpar it WliJ, u o. A gertieman who It travelling in Koaaia write* to a 'rieid In thia city, under du e of Ja^nary 7, at fol lew*, by way of apology for not aeudiQi< bio any I news: ? " In tL? first place, it is im|ioe?ible here to ob'ain tellable news. There is but oue pa|>er here tbat I ain read ? the 8 . l'eter-bu g J nmol, a seven by nine affair, i* French, which la flilei up witn advenb-euietts petty criticisms upon B<jini low co- j n.i dy at the French tlieatre, Imfierlal ukaaea de clatwig tbat tbe Emperor fcas deignei to invest Gen. Kuttni iioz< ff with tbe orier of 4V BtaQlalaus, I (tiiid degree), or tbal Ueut. WnackitPUikeWBky has been nromoted to thn rank of privy councillor ? and sncb kind o! trash, of no aort ot Internal to any ' one beyond the ahadow <>f the Winter Palace. Toe otbei p?p? re, I believe, do pretend to give a litt e more general Information; hot teen <hty are printed in cbaiactera that would be oonaidered, as laaa; I Watts j jcularly remark d ? Reandal la the .tew'a e<te*m. an i folly to the Oraelr. 1 can only compare tbe Russian letters to those queer cbara< Ui ? id the almanac which use i to ex ite my wont *r. There are Lere no poet oflloe ante ro una, to lounging corners, no bairoruns, where Inquiring minds ever congregate to mak>. tren*ectiou? and mn'usl ( * ges in U;e commodity of ' what's going o?V C'.ite from wr at quarter it rnav, intelligence u;ion war matters other affairs ia here ao uureli at>> ato ?u picicus, tba it will not do to trust any reports. T o strrm was very aevere yesterday In and arc und Roaton, atd If it bad only lasted a dozen bourn loi gar It would have done cre<lit to the oil mats ar.d tbe s? aaon; but we were doomed to disap point ment, as it could not held ont much bevon 1 half a day- Auto**. Oar Cofinrcttcat Corrtiymilrntf. Haktkor?, J 40. 25, 1HW. StaU Politic n? Th? Dimorratie Ntatr Ciinnentton ? Tht Party Paptrt-- Protptrti of " Sum ," if< , ff. 7U-. dr mocrale hare calW-d tbtir Mate convention to mtr t as. New llaren the Uib of February. Ijel no juh M>pp<*c frotu tbU that tbe .ft* let* expe :t to <lo any thing thle spring; they moat go through the rue to merj formal lltee to eare appearanoee. The old ticket will oodoobtadly Iw renominated If tht; cm be induced to atud? If they do not we ha*' plenty of burning and Bbtolng ligbte that have bsrn too long bid? John Cotton Smith, of Hoaron; Nwiit A. I'helpe. of Mlridletown; Toomae Coalea, of Faimu^tnn'; 8. H. Huntington, of Hartford, to getuer with ary quantity of lawny ligbta, would be atairida&tly aaUafUd to be even caodidatee for Guv eiD't. Hary ef tbe dem->"rvy are aul' ua General Jhmr 1 1. Pratt. our pr*w?nt member ef Co*greaa, aid, to fact, toe "eheel oorv " of des>?era y in the Ma-e, at onld consent to mn; be, however, will ur > b?bly ion fcr but p.tecnl pueition, aad will get a Bitot? *<?e Th ? orpine of theperty In ?1J? state grind rery di*ootdeLt muMc. The /\mu, It le ti&d~nr<*>d. la i ,w ondtr tb* ' <>ntrol ot <1 J' >n Wr| #a, wb-> w?e i ?.i,tor jraie ago. He art J >hn M . NiIm are b m*n< e; both went in f. it UarMa V*a Haren <vid the llnSalo phtform. TMn a- oounta f?* lU uttt Ntbtetka tiawa and !ab*d of tM edaiai?reU mi gt d* rally. Hie iigiWrr of New Harm. tbe Aurm u of N'?r tl b.uu tte F'timrr of BnJgrj-ort oo the coo trary, M* kMid In pralaa of t ie adn.inUuatioo, and i?ad , ff reed oat cl toe party all who do not ctre "op to the ?c at< h" on the Nebraska bill. 11 <w ??r> tdrp'f dent mm wlltjre are' If Ow> .rie, tA ft* tttguUr, aaa not Cwiler.^w at N?w Harm; I* n?roj,of tbe Fatmtr, CoU# :'?** at Urtdg*p->t; aid tbe Aurora i'>atm wetrr at N #? a Mb. 'h??r or. an? woaid pia? very diff-reit muei. 1 fr wi l>>e fw?d tnew vM t?. deetti la*t epni.g - ff.e eoil. act! Nebraska ard Mai ?* law did Um buelt.ew tot tb?a. " Ham" ba? on'r to take t ie ked of the warri forcae, aad be wtjl I ht> boatti. Il?a. Cbar ee niapniwi. of tbie dtr. *>m ?r-n a m. aad aa> ? he W gn -.1 1 oklng.a t-otapUae^'. "Sam'' Mffh'y aypiaaUu a. rtariee.ri air ue <'r r^rnor t? m y?a'. Yoa are a cap tu fallow. I'm bare in *ot% beloaged t ? a* I parttee. Tw are ri?t tb* nan for fn>toa. Tee ?U tivfjul bea chaaarad haade. owing t < the <i?a*a cf J. 1. BoeweH, an id d f^gy who wo>il<) alfcw aa original tdna ta get lav, lu ettovaa far fear km tubaenber sight ba ttfwdad. lu prmmut r. T. M. Dey,E?4 .ia of anottoer ?u?ip. Ha ap?ly Hm Malaa kw aad - higher law ." ha haa > " ao partkaler attaaiewit U ? |- " ter a party? jtat the bum for tbe tlmaa, and Jnat the Uibm for the man. Col. A. 0. Hansard, of Enfield, would probably be the most popular nun the old lino whlga could ran for Governor. He itcod din for Wwitor and na tlooaJ pnnclplee in the Baltimore G invention u net for Maine law, and would not do for fanattoe. " Bam" might do aomeoing for htm, if Chapman ?nt out cf the way He hw a good look for the no mination for CongrpH* agsioat our popular reore tentative, Uen. Pratt, la which otse each party would b?ve aatrong mat thai would do credit 10 the petition. 8am, Jr. Our Canada C?rrrspon<teitee. Qiibkc, Jan. 20. 1H55. Death of Judge Panrt- ttioKrap'uril Sketch -On dit, thut the Attorney (lenerai wtll Sure 'fit to the Bench ? Ft re Trade Statu fire ? Volunteer* for tht Crimea? The Patnotic Fund, frr., fre. Judge Panet, of the Court of Queen's Hjnnh, died ?b Monday la^t. The name or the deceaxed judge is eminently connected with the Judicial hit torj of the province, hia family having, from a very early | erl-id inlu settldmnnt, occupied prominnnt positions on the bench ard at the bar. In 1812 the rie i hw d entered the service of Great Br'tiln, and received a mtdal Irora h?r M^jaety, aa one of Uie soldiers who fought under tbe late Colon I I?j Hals heny, at C ata<i<ia Uewu several tines elected to the I'urhnnem of 1,'xrer Canada, waa called to the executive, an) io 1h32 waa elevated to the beich. During the r% bellion of 1H37 and '3d, the ?>B.p;>'.liiOa ?.f Judge Paoet were enlisted in be aif of the |*\miUir cause, in con?e<|u-n e of which be asa ?? posed. Su bee <j ui till y, however, he waa rtlnttuted, and the Britiah government never performed a more p;p<lar act. Ilia remains were interred in the vault of the French Cath' drai. The funeral waa at .ended by an concourse of |>eople, n otwithstand lng the weather waa atythiug but favorable. The aitara of the church were draped In black, and the Aicbbiahop of Quebec took a leading part in the services. Judge Paoet waa an honoat mm. Ilia every act waa performed with the atern conviction that doty demanded it; and hla calm and dignified deportment will ba long remembered by thoae who have bad Interconne with him. Hia dea h has given riae to apeculationa aa to hla probable succeiacr. Itumora vary much, but well informed peraona have fixed upon the present At torny Genera for Lower Canada, Mr. Drummind, aa the moat likely person. Judgn Holland baa aent 1 1 hia resignation to the government, and it la ex pe. ted that Ju4ge Caraon, of the Superior Cjurt, will be elf vated to t^e Qneen's Bench, and that the Hon. Mr.Chabot, preaent G >?uni?aloner of l'oblic Woika. wnl urnum* tie judgeahln vacant by the promotion of Mr. Carton Hhond theae on diti prove to be coire t, Meaara. Hmcka ami Cauchon will te called U> the miniatry. 1 bavti obtained from t t ruatom bouae authorl tiea at thin port Mime etatla I a relative to the cut tenia returns of the paat year, aa compared with those of IKiH. It will be seen t >at they exhibit a veiy considerable inc-eaae. They are aa folio wai ls, ',4. 185.1. Inrreew. Value of fr*? good*.. ?71. 1177 ?aa,316 ?14,061 1 o. warsbou 211,624 153,722 6? UCI Do. paying 2>* p c. 713,248 ai?4,744 m?? 504 Do. '? 12>, p.c. 883,42-i 563,?62 32V, 4*3 Do. '? 20 pc. 4,301 3.570 740 Do " 30 p.c. 16,664 < 7,487 8 06 7 Total ?1,1*06,632 ?1,176, *12 ?7.!*,71> Tbe amount of iluticn received in 1854 mat. ?170 146 12 H Do. do. 1863 128,450 1& 6 Increase in 1864 11 J '1 lie total amount of import* of all kia<M collected at iLh port in 1854 waa ?196,202 0 8 lo. do. 18(*a 140,682 R 11 lnrrf are In 1864 ?/.4,fllll 11 V The total import*, not includiaic good* In tiauMtu. is 1864 ?1,802,4211 14 10 Do. de. 1863 1,100,233 14 10 tncreine In 18.VI ?0l2,liW 0 0 1l>r value ?<t |(o<?U enlertd for raimump tiou io 1864 nan ?1 ,743, Ml 12 V Do. do. 1863 1,141,236 6 4 Inert a*t In 1864.. ?602,236 6 4 The probable difference effected by the lle^lpM rlty Ttenty witti the I'nlUd H-atea la a reduction of I IT: OM 12 7 ju value and JL2.7/<1 17 7 in dutr. Much of t e lLcreaae of t he pant year hat l>een I the of < ver apecuiatt.m, the evil pIT* t? of | which are beii g now felt, throughout the province. I Tbe :mp<rUti' ia have b?en notorloutiy greater than tbe r'<|olitm? ntg of th? country cal'td for, I and there ta every prihabllitv that the prnaeat year will witnra* a dn: eu?e in tbe cuatomi return*. A genera! or tier from the Cuatoma Department dei larea that " Ore d eeaing mac* Inee, machinery fot the tnanuiacrure of doora, window aaxh, Miada and other wo>-d work ior builrilng purtMawa," f?r Btrl} charged 12^ i>?r cent, a?all hetccf irth be ai mitted at a duty i t 2) per cent. T1 e < Ity paper* of I la morning publlah a <-orrea poicenre h <c tetwien Col. Prince, late member for tbe county of Kettrx. and the war auth iritlna In hi gland, upon the *uhj*ct of volunt??ra to tbe Cri me in m Canada. Tbe iioke of N'earc tatle apoeara 111 d>?poe*d to enc/mrage volu> Uering from the Canadaa, if we may judge from hla anaw-r t > tbe gallant colonel. He ihiowa coid wat?r oo the whole aflair. We have had a tremendoua anow itorm, which continued wit out Intennieaion for forty-eijrh'. boura. L'pwanla of four feet of ano? fi ll.a'idour narniw > tree' a have in Home place* b? en completely blocked ur. Tf.e !c ? bridge opposite the c*ty haa taken^uid aa it ttocd ti e high apiiitg tidca of yeaterday, it la ixj^' ted by tbe ?.re?n? tnat it will h< ll gcod until h, rlrg. Tito ?twKgM to flto citvfromari ice budge, in lowtrnff tne prices of pmvistona and provoking travtl bv trie railway, ia very great. A UieeMng la called by the mayor for Tueaday iifxt, with a view to the to'matlon of a omrnittee. and 'MHiog futida t" aeai?t the pa'riolic fund. Kii'e ly "diatarce ienda enchsntment to the view. In I our t strotic ? ttlxer.s take the trouble to visit tb? bouae* of soaie of our outrun In tbe euburtai. 'hey a hi id find abundant scope for tbe exercise of their chaiities. Tlie Dnnghlfii of ttie fount de (inn. [lr?Di tin < h?i teuton -lanUH ] Wf notion] tt> oor imur ol Friday tne death, In Ni 9r York, of Madame de I'au, yutingeet daughter of lb# Count d?* <?raa*e. H n i? ttif ? |rf^r jnr^ of tb*t article wf lute bten ralltd on by Mr. B?b oo< k, of t la city, wbo informed ua of a (act tn refer enc* to tb r fimlly of that neat man, and their an fotiuMi'e hiatoiy, of wblcb we were out alt'.aed be lon . lie etaUd that two other daughter* cant* with Madame oe Pan, the Medem'.iite 1* Hutie de Crarae, to Cbsrleetoe, ard that both ware bo Med in the g n?pya.d of ml Mar; a Chapel, on lluwl bint-. 1 j?n fnrtler rumination we found that tticb wan looted the fact. In th e further |>art <?f tbat mclcatire Uiere 1a ft tomb with a marble tlab up<rp it, tearing the following lEw.rlptinn: " I'nderneetb lie li.temd the h xJIf of Mlla. A me lie Mexlire luwall* de fir****, died '/ !<! ol Augn?t, I'lt, and of Mile. Meloola Vlror<|?ie Vu?' de Gt?M, fled Kept. 19, 17M <ian*bter* 'f the lata Jim>f J'?ei h Paol, Co oat de i)mm, Manjult f>e Tllley, of tbe former O'unU of I'rorlnc i, Hoter*l?m Price of Antibea, l.leuL Uer.eral of tbe Natal Armeeof hi* ?f><et Cbrutlan Majeety, C reminder of ibe KoyaJ Order of Ht. l/ooi*. and a nxnVr nf the hone of CHel Oi atl." Trie iMcrlptK.n la *nrmoan>4 by ft coat of %rm?, and | w nndr r it 'be It nan < rce*. Tbe I* '* nmin ct*4 wiui tne 'ilatery of tbia greet mat air r*rt*li>ly ii.ter- atinv. It will be r* meui>?r td'hatbe wee in onemMd of tbe Prtinea fl ?et ehl he ;??'< : oadnentel armjr In tbe caviare of Y'fht.wn, ard that at U>e gloooii'at pe nod of cor rev loti n?rjT at ujrirle be oootn >/? tid , frirn hie prttete f rtot ? tbe na -f ope mridr-d tin uraftd doilara, to aee at la mpp' rtmg tbe Aaaar Iran army MiettJy after I'm hi* uitafortobee r<?m n<?ri?d Weiilng to tbe Wt*? Irtdte* re we* met bf Ai'n.ia Rod** y, In charge of tb* Kagltel fleet, and fbrwngr a i hlpe li. tl" order of baU'.e be wae to.'ie ?be of a ? at*) a. ?r <> u\ re which hat bevt' boen i<rerttaed iMtMad ef preeeatiag a ?"ml!ar Hw* of be t e. Adu /v U '!t>?T too* arl *??.?? ge of ft faeorebe wtri4.u>d v<re,?lih hlawbrnle fo oe, a up n ibe cen're of nla line, and ittur tt In tw<i.n^)t<{,u>d to (.la^ fti?oa t'?e :We?eretf parte wtib a trr m?r d?oa ? in utioi , whl b mm ter maa ted tk? foftoree of tbe day ft#?tn?t the gailaat Pr?rtb w h"^>ftder fAher dr QArtftftoai. wooid tieve ?t dnr?d tLe ?oo?eet to tbe Jeet eitr^ ?n ty. T-^ ?ai 1*7 1 rt ni.t e?eer T*n> *er?d fi >m tb? nw.rUt aii'i* of t' i* defrat bc.1 dWd ?<? ?t?r. IIj 'ami ? were e/ up led tr> fly to U>U oowitry at fte br*-?aing oat of t -r frevcb ie?'d?riof> ; aod t he tbree aietere are r. n ? rob*je<j by |erer>M atl!) ftUve li IV y w?e cbtefty aup?orted hy fta M)b?H| >4 IIOOO I. ted It) tbe? by t?j? firm u o# tbe I'ftl'eo 4>et?a. tx<t lived la r-,*ef?k le rw'nf ir1,atd ??"' vd4m) ibeaathvve w*? a highly lev>)ll(?nt a*d n fitAI ? tletf. The t#f. de*|htere, we be ie?e, Ml t'tt tr-e V) tbe ve'km feetr wfcleh oferalied U> >nim t*'? ?t lit Cher*et"T> in 17*9, fted M J le. HJrte.tbwo ban tec to M ?*. f>t I'm. awM''4>^wtd he* brief ? ->d ?/. tbe wiAar fteld for bie cm tMrclol fortaaea 1 < .Vew Virb. A C**?ct rot Tue I' B?n/>T*t>.- The Tiaiftwe pewera ? owteia adiaitteaiai tie for tfty good ieam ?tan estha De*ewswe?4 *mt*m QtmL I 71m Triple AUlur* la I)i>mi mt Caka* [TrmniUUd from tbo hpaaiah. ] The following letter an the Lopes ?rtni af Cob*, written by the Dak* 4? Valencia to the Hmb Preeideat of the French republic, ud the umr off I/mi* Napoleon, appear now la RogUah, we belief*, tut the ftjat time. Tney are worth a paraaal Paris, Des 6, I *61. Mom Hkxos-I bare joat received a tetter iruta a ui<l of ivine in I/onaon.daKd ?e*terday, la which 1 un told Uiat tb? locate Lopes had toe aulaclty to lai.d ou tne Uth oi laat month, with Are hundred nit p , on the a< ort h of the fattofui and happy Ulead of Cuba, and that the day foUowiag the e tea mail* Pitairo.of the mjal ivanlah nary, eaterad a pin CHilid liable Hot da, with troopa ui>der tbe e ?a mand ol the Kal.ent Gen. Knna, *ho aucoeaefnUy at tacktd tbe mvadrra, overcoming and nmwplotelj rouiii g tbem. Tht* lneane and nilminal attemotM t<> he deul led fir the evil example It ha* gtvet te oirllizer Kuiope, aa well a a f >r the blood e'ncii hae leen fplHtd; but it will aflord an opportunity for Hpain to make known tr> u?j worla w >?t I n*re oi en had the honor ol tell'ag the I'rtnoe oo differ ent occaaionM, when I have had tbe aatmf?a tlon of d'awmg hi* attention to this vuojeot. Now it will be kn< wn in a clear and p?Nrt live n hi?i er that all the Inhabitant* ol the l?la <rt of Cut* an- b> in rable aid loval Spaniard*, and t'-at lar fiom d<mruig the emancipation o I tae ? lar d, hk ba-t been fa ?e ly p'e'ernlej, they are ia digi an: at tl cae ufminal attempt* at piracy which dieiuib ita repine audita lommerce. Now It wW alao be known Hit' tbeel* in the itland hum iouh gallant, faithful ai>l well disciplined army, cow tuai. <ied by limtliigui bed gem-ia'a, who ara nady to defmd It, Lot only egainct a horde of pi. tali*, but HgalDNi niorir power1 u! eneniiee, whatever their number may be; and It wl<l be ?een alao, If tba ? I'pciituuity la prraented, tlat tbe Hpaniah natioa hat* He mum. tbe wl I, and all the necemary meana to make Ivelf reajK-cted, to Ineure ita inde pendence, and yum . ve intact the r oo >r of Ita II tg. 1 he government of my country will una all tae meai ? within Ita power to effect auch an end. an< I aui ceitain that it will be aupp jrted by the effort* el ?II Spaniard*; no that , on thin ocean n, unite 1 aa In o? In ip, we may d< voie our energlea to the de'eaoa of cur country apaliat ?uch unjurt and onwortop attack*. According to the advnea received from my lil?nJ?, ] im Uiftimed that there haa been caa a. datable excitement in toma cittea of tbe Pai<ia, wtere the moat lamentable cxceerea have beea committed ; and, *a the contlinuioe of aunh txclument can only provoke dt?agTeeable dia rutea bftwten Kpaui and t'.e United Htataa, , for my pait, deaite to d? all In my power to pre vent wl at would be urejullclal to the whole of l?e rope, hlm ouieged bf t"e kindneaa with which Km Pnvce ha. favor* d me, I take the liberty of drawing hie attention to a aubject whuli Intma ta every na tion, panlcnlai It Hpain, In whoae weifars Ma lllgh neea haa no frequently diaplayed mich a lively InUir ??t If tbe government over whic i the I'rlnee pra eldee would, in ooejutitlon with the no hie govera nxnt of Great Britain, baaten to mtniiett It* diMtppiovai of what haa taken plane In Cjiw, and In the clUee of the l uioa, tbe m >rel rapport whbh tlii-u- two ruapeclable f ovi-r. iiinnta would glva to Hpaln WMld reiufcdv the evil, au<l prevent a ruptore, the cotMiinenoeH of wlilob would be eo Injurioat te all tbe natlona of tbe globe. 1 wUh t? rce Mich evila avoided; and, coaelsoed aa I em of the high eentlmenU by wbtch the Priaoa la animated, tnd lua alnct re tfcaire for the welfaia cf Hpain, 1 have ventured thua tj addmaa him, la tbe hope that be will teoeive thla b-tter with hia u cuatomed klbdi'tae. 1 avail myaelf of thla oppar tunity to rtncw to tte I'rlnoe the rcapectful homaga of my hlgbeat conalderatlnn. Tiir Dr?? i>a Vai.knoia. HKI'I.V OK LOCIH hAltil.WI-.. My I>kar Drca L ke yon, I wta dhguatel when I beaid ol tbe crlniinal atu-mpt of certain A me 'I sea udventuiera to aeixe Culia, and if I have not aa aaired your letter very promptlv, It waa heoauaa I wlabed to aend you the reamt of my Council'* dell beratloca In tbe matter. It wav dtcldrd, aime day* ago, by my Cabinet to tend three **iip?-of war te Cuba, to op{x *e any force which mght attempt aa Invinion of the laiaud. The Kufllali goverameat bun Imltatid our example, ax^rdlug to my tdvioaa, and now I hope tsat Pian>re, England an1 t'ia L'olUd Htatea, *111 unite to p event tbe repetttlaa of attempta wBeh would antail the moat aerleaa d'fficnltie* betwten America and the btatea of Kuiope. M> government In ever dl?P' eed to tee] for Ha alllea a loyal and diaintereatnd reopent.and Bar tb? ra an energetic aupport ; hut thi*. vnica la al wav* a duty, la now a matter of ajmpalby, and 1 am iiatiuc ed to convey to yoo lu fneadaolp aad ritrem for the Hpan *h government. It^ elrefuui we If, my dear I>uke,the aaeu ancv of my mo?t dia tmgulahed rtajiet t and (rte&dahlp. I/out* Naronaoa. ('II jr lin|>tn? rmriila. to ritu kuitoh or tiih miuld. Property bolder* ani lu payers do doubt wit, oeiiKralulate tbtm<telvea 011 reeling tho Mayor'* meaaage, ahtwlng he otn pre Send* tbe i'wm thai exist, and hw nerve enouy'i to ntttek them. I btea no doubt, If wall aucported, be will andravor to correct tba avlle complained of. It therefore ba crroea the duty of every lu injrr and eltlxia to aue'aln hi* Honor, and point cut, to the beat of (Mr abilities, koc') aluaaa a a come under their obaerva t loo, and, If poeatble, point out the remedy. In tba Arat plaie let ua begin by trying to pre real murder. Tbe very day Mayor Wood was deli raring hia meaaage aboot tbe abuaee of th* city, two Uvea were loat, one by tbe Harlem It til road can, the other by the Hulaon Hirer lUllroad. I suppoao It Will ba coonldered dmdful to call It murder yon may qualify the word aa murb aa you plaaaa, bat tba friendaof the ilecaaaad will call 1 1 murder. <N OOatM ao one n to l>l?me, for the vtctlaa were oalv two poor people, perhapa ? ? t.r tr It al r.g on what tlx v thr uk bt a public avenue. They manage liilnga In Ktglan<l and France vary different from tha, tbry pur base tte nrceeeary '|?uiUty of ground for tb'ir railroad aad fence it ? >ft. Thire Is no nec??*tty for the lU'letn Railroad 'a locomotive and long cam to on* lower doen than the rait ?nd of tbe K ruilb avenoe, and the lludam Itiver lUilnad to atop aay where betwaaa Kort Wellington and MaabalUavllla. I ?m taformad that a eta* it !.?.*: can. at all tlrn?a, n. ? ?? /?> \ pawagaa through tie toe frera either oi thoaa potnte to aiy part of the ctty at all ttiaaa of ito year. Make tie two roada truly city roads, for n wan fare only. Hv tbe adopts n of tbta plan we wl.I Kit rl J of a? otbrr tinlraare that tbe * tj't haa r?Ued attaatna U , i at la Ute driving of rattle tbrougb toa lowrr part of tbe city. It ap-^aa-a that an avrraga of tw< i.i) five tl.rwaand head of r>*ttle a"lv?a here every week, aad m?rt <rf tbrm ara landed In tha lower part of the city . but oil maVely almoet all at tbrm have to be driven to the vicinity ?t Fort? fourth atrret an) U* hfla avenue, t> the Iki l'i Head, for aa>, thta ba k again to tbe aU'tgiier hous-a in tka kair part cf thr city. Th* llmUw River and Har lem Itallr oeda landrd over f'?tr tbooaaad head leak wok Ib a thick y populated part ? tnaniy. Tbe rertdanta of Cnlvrr?lty pUoe and t'olaa ariuare will agree wlUi ice In endrav?r1ng I > prevent lb* driving ol large drovee of boga tarnogb utai netgnUrrbocd. It la a aa?lo? ta noiaaone and vary da Utetloua to health Mod of toe hoga owe by tba Krie llallmad I < cartaltly woo?l ha ao ba>4*bip tot U) at company t > i and Umtr hoga.hc . at HaaBatlaa villa, It bring a mu b nearer petal 10 I'lertr/tnl th?a the preeeat lar.dmg te f>aane atreet. for t?>e auaaa rncdai" n drrvera aad cattle deaiara from taa North and Heat t%at come In oa t*A. Th ay eboiM rroa a the lery at Rall'a Kerry, wl,e*e , I an?W etend. a ferry h*t will eeoa bt started try oar mu lt i> ? tele g fellow ' Hljf n, F. R. TllUm, > ^ j. . wto kaa tte fight to run a rt*eml?jat from Mantojtttan acrtaai ih? .North nvtr v> Raii'a ferry or aa? otMr part. Tradbiaaca by tble roa'a ?? n?t mu"?i, if nay, long'r Ibaa by the way of ihAitknt, aad haa t*ua great advaitage t .at tW r?ttla travel liraik r"<d t esiurr and water, whWn oaa ha had la toe vlnalty of MaabaiUr. villa, an I at atoch laaa eip^aea. Thr prtbabCHy la, that a Hrge iamb <" >4 ra'tte, wara landed >a the npper part the ?*Hy, will aa ilenf "rriKj taerr . thereby grtttag nd of ao'Hhar danger oe a?. ean'e ft.leo noweilsta la the thl klf pr^iaied part* ' f tba rtiy, to toe great 4a<irwei* I oa of tbe va aa of property J, R. r?"?are? or raa Mgtirai ftumr Hr arnr - It wui totaouir >ad ma, with a ree t> larili late tr? aurvei 'A the new Itne <n ?? -? baiwaaa ?b' ' nrted Me'e* erd tnr re ,M,r Mdina, l.ieut. Mi'dler wae ea#ly drapat had to tha Paetfte fr aet i? otgeatee a party aad aaivey the Itaa froaa tlr p? tr.t on u e i o\ ra-Vr, below Its "in-t<oa arlch the <>lla rtv?r, eal'ad t>m by Vte Irretj eaataard. aa aa t? meet 'br rarveylag i.*rtv ur<4ar < eiaMoiar Kwry. weei ng wM(??rd from tha R*o <>faeda. W? uedeiataad Ute gTvarnmai t ere la tha rareipt of 4a?pairh*a f? m Ijaut. Hlcnter of data a* Lata aa tbe mr. alt He wae Ihea at Caap Vanaa, oa tha f'okaado. wHb hla party, aad n parted to -aaa ir'B- e rat aiag hla |?rttoa of tha Itaa ta a law day*. Hn far mwl <Vwpet/ b hae la* a exnIMtod by tte off. -era IB f a/ge of thla important wrrk. aad thai* a< kr.' ?|edgMi r??rgy aad abtlRf j-fitf Oa* es EataiWa nf He snaedy aad aatirfeci ?y caaiaae a Wwhejua f 'aeaa, Jmn VI, hen. J owe Y Mearrea Baanrw.? idrtcaa f etivad to Wa*Magto? by the Paatc's maili, rapra aaat thai Mr. Mam la gradually tanrovtag froaa hla reeaat aaarh ?f taralyrfe. thoagb thare U aetaiag la the ad waa to rfaaatlaa. va ragtat to haee la vrtto. that teaha la tba laaat to ma ka too taama aoatoatha will aear aa raooear aa tooaoMototo la MNal aa taitooilj to MtoHi.* >fa<a<ia toar?.

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