Newspaper of The New York Herald, February 28, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated February 28, 1855 Page 2
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Our Virgin!* CorfMpoKlfiM*. RlcuMO.fD, Feb. IT, 196 A. tfrta4 In rtatt of the PolituxU Excitement ? -Vo .Vomiiwt DM Oy (JU Know yothingi-nu Danger t and IhJTUul het <tf ike Party ? jkbolitwnirm and Party Uackt to be dnoiilirf Candidal" Sjx'ken nf?Mr. Ritet, llit Retire and C \cincfJ ? J 'oMn Itinor Hotts?Hoio hit Co in porncilh WUe?The Lu-utennl-Generalikip? A Can didal for Cot iff^u?Ur. Win Gone to Take a Sleep. At tie time ?pf roach's wben the Know . Nothings m int toko action (<rr the nomination of a Governor, Lieutenant Covet nor and Attorney General, speculation an to the ptc bab.'e nominee* become? more animated ? ad interest ing. The topic is not otly an exciting cne because of the taterert always atta:hed in Virginia to an important ekctun, which fully equals in degree, and is closely akin la kind to tb? ntereet felt heie in a rnce between two blooCed hor*?i, but b< 'iiih ot the undeniable fact that Ik* result of the approtch'og election in Virginia de pends, in great measure, npon th? character of the ticket which is prevented by tne Knew Nothings to the State. V U.i v male an unfortunate selection, they will be killed ac dead as Julius Cs-sar. Even Wise can't sire them Lard as he ?t laboring to kill hi* own party. Thtrc are various rocks on which Know Xothingism in Virginia may ?p!it. One of these I referred to in my last letter If tbe Kcow Nothings at theNoitb permit them ?Ives to be abolitionized. which I hope and believe tuey will sot. the p*rty here are gone suckers certain. 1) it hat is an evil wkich cannot be avoided by Virginia Know Nothings. Ihey mast leave that to their brethren nlne wlir.'i itu are. no doubt equally reerlved with the Know Nothing* of the South tc sustain tiie constitution mm) the Vnioo. Bat aoroe of the <l?Df? r? in their way are within the power of tie Know Nothings to mana/e and avert, anil II the/ do not do it, the fault and responsibility are ?a Uiely their owe. They must avoid, as the; would tbe pJngtt. tak ng up any of those old ;oliticaJ ha:ta who have made prlltic* a trade, and hire ne?er had uy ctb.'r vo.-ation, or any other purpose in life, except M> dubble in a miry political pool, and who care not how muddy the water*, so they caa ride upon the surface. Ie ir ing oat one of theee spavined and odioui creatures woald tie deprive Ki ow Nothingiara at once of ail the tirtiliyt which it now po**ea?os for it* well founded eilauna to being independent of all the eld party kaao etuticna, to being a bran new, froth, virgin aasoc.a'.ion ?f .ktcerican 'reeTen, wboee principal aim is to secure America to American*, and preserve the glorious Union ?f these Kates. We inuet nave men? whether former. y wbigs or demo.-rat* it matters not ? wnoxe past aistory ? ??i wbose character will command the aonfijence of that vast ir^jority of the people of Virginia, who, at th:a mtuif ?t, are willing acd anxious ta support any honest, iel'Uigtnt, firm, wteie- hearted American for the ofllce of Governor ci the (.'ommoneeaUh. Ol course, DiAny names Lave Been mentioned, and to mate of ihem, as items of interest, I will refer. Among the democrat* 1 hare beard the =a.nea of Jolin Letcher, t Je present abie and independent member of Congress hom tbe Tenth Legion district; of Win. Smith, ?>q , for merly Governor of the t-tate, an1 now a member of Con |re?H, of our own Holladay, of Richmond, a pure and iaecrruptible Virgicia gentleman, "one of the olden Mme" ? who moved to our aity to avoid be.og run again loi Oongr*a?? ? position which ho detested, but which bin constituent* insisted he sfco'Ud hold. There is to ?an the Know Nothings of Virginia would more cheer ielly support then Letvlier or Hoiladay: bet it is said the*, neither tliey nor Win. Smith, Kaq., will accept the nomination Ainoig tbe whig* whose names I have heard mentioned is Wm. C. Rive's, a man of national re putation. and who is now living in ret.rement on his tue ? state In Albemarle. I hare no hesitation in *x {ifismg the opinion that Mr. Rives U, at this moment, be first statesman lu Aut>n:>. There is no man who as a even approach him in all tbe qualities of ths gr<at. thorough and practised statesman. He is, moreover, of the uicst aci oinpHtiLel s.holar* in the country? a Snishefl orator, great alike in argument and eloquent**, sad as a diplomatist, ho commanded in France the re spect of tbe Iten.-h (ouit, snd of rhe whole dlplomutie ?erp* at that great world's capital. I,?uin Napoleon and Hi- i. preventative of the various government* at 1'aria, (ally appreciated the diderenre between this acocmpliab ?d m n>> Itr, who, among L?s ether qu&lifica'ions, could W IK French with ease end elegance. and such cattle t* arc gmerally s#nl to Europe, and whese .gnoran^e and severity have made the mine of AmericAL stink ia the ?osiriis ol a'j t hrisien lorn. Out su;n men as Rives, w) Americans, ? o long as foreigners r jle us, Jay asx.e, and seed into retiremrat, we sen 1 foreigners abroad, Nk* *eul?'-, Pelrooo: auJ Owen, to revre*ent Ame* cat* I %heiber Fives woald ern rnt to accept tbe nomiua Len of Governor nf Virginia, 1 don't know, but he would con 'w tO'ire h?cor upon tbe stit.on than auy aaao wlo has tided that n.nco the daja of Virg hia'a g tacts. Anoth-r aime 1 have heari frequently loeot'oced, is AUssmltr H 11. Ftuait the utile te:retary of the lu teiior na>. et Vrend-iit Fillmore's administration Mr fttaart lesio'es in rtaunton, in the valley o. V.rgia.a, ? ktre be pr?t: an ?iih great sesee^s hi* profec ion, tbe law Ht is t/s of the vrry ablest of the puoli-; teen of Virginia^? a raiea' ous, erergettc practical states man?a man of eular^ed and L'ieral view*, pro fouuoly a ta:hed t? tbe American Union, whilst Arm la his aribertnre to Southern right* and init tut'oaa oon aeivaine, mo<ierii>e uad cnnoilistory !n his temper in an em*b*nt Jc^ree. lie is well ve-sed in political history, ?ad a tor maoding ai?.l gr ueful S|:ekil.<>r. He could m?ot Wise on the *? u*p with marke<l sucoenn. Stuart is in the jir'a.e ?f lite, of winniog manners, and wotild voaie aat o?)y a good, but a food 'ooliing Oavtrnor of Virginia. Too know used to be eiuled, iii Filmore's time, " tLe haadf aie Fecrstary." Aoi h?r nam*, sorne'im*'' mentioned by tie friend*, Ve Jel n M tor Kotts i f itic^moiid and New York. I have ae wian to ?!o injastiee to Mr Botts, and I think he Ins he?? treated siiih ??.me iojui i-e by the press her*, no waied, however, by b.s own unjust. Intolerant and in tolerable course. 1 look upou Mr. Bott* as a m m of ex traoTrticary vif; or of intellect. Th? s'rnctire of hii in tellect is bsr-ul?a?, and in (rTasp of mind, aad cW><e, ?ru'biag Irg'.J, he Is a braeay, double-join tel gtaa\ whe?e g'apple can choke any ordinary morUl aa-1 wVo.e blows, when they do hit their mark, produce <*er ta n d.i'h But be entirely reverse* tae rule of tie A^ontle Paul and aiwaye II ^bt* as one beating tbe air. At all events, tn ie ae apt to fight hi* friends as hni fr-e. Hi* gun > a* destructive at the br^b ' a* at tbe murile. That he ie an honest poll- j ticlan, I believe, fir no man who is not honest would ' take ? o wis ay nvpopalar po?iti&n*. Ho nes. tates no; to ! adept that roars- wh en ee'tmeth right nnto Jocn M.nor k<ot'?, nbe'her the pe< pie will bear or whether they wiU lerkeer. In op<nn>ss and airectnt'eoi eharacter, ia held and unlit titaung :oarage, he resemble* Wise, but aaiih* Wi-e, b" ssiunie* bis por tion from principle, not ?kbi passion He ?v.nd* by them when he haa alojtcd then, snd 1? ne*er says foolish ?dings. Were be to nvM Wise on 1 h? itemp be would tear him lfmb lroin Hmb 1 can caaily imagine Dolt*, w:lh hia powfrfil pbysUal c-j; iti. a*. ??, hi* thick, bison like neck, and a v?ice ibat m?t.s iko purl-e ring, pi:chlng into Wi?e. witb all lue fa' ufies .f so-1, m'Dd and bxly etreuhe<l 1e tinr utmost tersiun. How he would gore and rend ??' ti'ts snd tri^nple that renegade wkigl But tiiiemau, so ?"?eruiljr divrltp.d pbymcaUy and intellectually, larks vn j quality, wthGn; which all others are valueless, lie bas co ro.)i< ( id^iu*nt, no more discretion aj inure U<-t than a culid ? au irore, in fact, tnan Wine ku.. ili. As a party leader, he is llie moat uu safe oi all politicians. His predictions of the fu ture are mte to be falsified by the reeelt. A* '.be aha* eea be. ouiw m re dfceperate, his hopes become mure nanguiuti aad his tune niur* assured, the Ute Waiaius Ifca. aHicbeo tLe niaa's character in tuis respect ?t a da-b, nam he s?ld that if Botts had bet on a horse al a ht rer race and Kin .ld break hit l?g tbe first beat, he unuW <'o, .hi- i.i* bat lor the second. fM uame ol George W Summer^, the wn!g candidate for Governor al tbe loat election, hai not been men; oncd Mi reiireo'iion with the prerent col test, because, boidicg a Jmigrsb p, be Is under the new corstitutlon ineligxiit lor iioveraor He is a s'ltesnian, an orator and a selio'ar worthy of Viijiaia'e palmiest days. Captain S?inu>l *?tts, of I orismouth, the candidate on Uie Summer* tick- 1 tor Lieutenant Governor, will probably bo run for Umti'ii n i no Portsmoutn district. If sueh shoult be the ca-e, and hv should be elected, look out for a mao wb' ? ill n.kke Virgin a respected by all men of sense >o that ho y. As an orator, as a statesman, as a gentie ?ikii, as one of uatnre's nobb'nien, 1 know no man in ail Virg<n>a for ? hr.ri I feel more regard than Sam i el 'Watt*. A sound judgment, a well stored, well balan< -d, ftact eal ai'ud. plain, unatHiiming, w natng minaers, y?t a bearing that at onee d< notes the mat of courage sad ol courtesy, Capl. Watt* would gruea any *talion. Aa a par'iament'irian, he bas few e<iu lis in the 'touat.-y. He' nnht to be in tlio 8p? aVer's chair of the Hju?* of Hepr~keii?*tlve?: an-1 if be wtre, it woull Mion to h? a boar gan:en, and we aliojhi have as cood Order an i 4ecortas tjierc as in the days of Henry Clay. Chpt Waits ai also spoken of for ifovernor. Com.rg, Hke Wits, from the seabnar i. he knows tha*. gentle<ji in kheaNok.and ha could uie him up in an argument with ;is treat "areas you co'tld snap your linger. Were he pitted sga nst Wife, he would noi leave a greaee apot af him. And whilst he wonl-1 be efficient aud thorough going in debate, he would be guilty of no euratagac ?, and neier ray or lo foolish things As a Governor, be woald fill tbe ftee^tive ehair with the highest bin ir, aud ewry one sohM teel th%t tb? honor aad pesoe of tie Mate would be secivv in bit hands. Wise, after " baring his arm-." all over tbe Htate, bat tamed In to tale a nap at Aecomae As soon a? be is fetraabed sufficiently, he will sine forth again an I ad taieleur tlie death slow to his reeling party Perhaps ea b * nest t' ur he nay mset -om*t>ody. in the ibtpe ?> a Know NetMng candidate, who wdl help him adia nis ur ea the elite ts of the administration ia Virginia. know hjmTtiiing. rti? Cerele Mitleee. TO TMW KDITOA or TIIK IIKRAt.P. A Do ? me to correct a few errors contained m th.s i*j 'a paper, on tbe late jelebration of the ann.*?rsary of th* French Rovalot.on of lets, *t "haV'pears Hotel Th? ? flsreie Hula** " Ie men'.i i-oed us ene of tbe -e l si ekt'ta present on the occasion. The " Cerile Soitee " does'*, t rank aiaeng political ?o?istie?, baiag "icuyiya tlubef lassrmeat, and it wae not r*prs*?nted at *ne ban^nst, a* rsperted. Your article also all jde< f> 8w ?? esi!?* who fcriiinatslf do not exist. The constitution of the Swiss republic wamote to ite c:tltea< the full an jwymeot ef theli pol t' : .1 right*. HE! VIC 17 A N?w To*k, Feh. UT. i*H5. KaBTItqi'ARK IX CohCHBIA OoPNTT, X. Y-? TWO dls*. net sboeia cf an eartoqnake, a> eompanis<l by a heavy romblieg i>e, resemhl'iig distant thuuleror heavy "tnnnsading, mm experienced it the inhah 'ante eesi tiLg in the anmhwesurn portion Of thle v llage and ki the vicinity of Stuy vesant f'aile, abont twelve o'closk rn Tweailay night the latu Inst Tbe vibra'ioni of the earth, we are Infortnei by rtllakle peiseae, were vnfB eiently eevere to aiiake tbe bousea and pr'vlnee coasider ahle eecsternalion among the crockery ware. The nest aaoruiog the giouivl was discovered vo have opeo^d o several p'aees two er three metes in eidth ? K in.? r Ao< 4 Ju UfS .V?rt /K 24, Oar New OrtMUH Correspondent*. Hkw Ouum, FMt. 16, 1M6. Culem Excitement? Movement* at the tpaniih Omtulatt ? I'rogrut of the Colored People? Jin Honorable in " I imlo'>? Administration "f the Law. Tb* metropolis of the South is now a mtsa of newa, nome indigenous, tome gathered, Hke tbe rich and varied ?tor** ef Its icarkets, from all cllm^a. Iler Catholic Majtsty 'a Consul, Laborde, occupies a pretentious four story " brick" on Common street, in this city, from the tir<t floor window of which the yellow flag of Spain is seen oc casionally courting the stn ??>i our tojttern breeies. A few days bock, clone 1 c?oor conferences in tbe xauctum of this Consulate put tbe wide awake to their wita, wondering wbat was out; when, )o ! on the evening of tbe 9th instant, a post- haste courier was seen to emerge from the suspi:ionrly closed door, jnirp into a cab and drive to the shipping. It was a special messenger despatched to Havana with " full particulars " of filibusterism, ihe roovesaentn, plana, design*, nchctnes and views of the cbi?fs in theexpudi tion in tile, together wi'h a lint of the forces, their munitions of war, rendezvous, when and whence they wer? to sail, where land, and, in short, the whole wcr?t and more besides. Itlrn with briing and possessing an inkling of facta, looked poiten ous. Men without brain j, tbe head nappliod n lieu with liquor, blabbed outright, tilling all they supposed they know. A brief period ha* elapsed. ao<l the result ot the mission of the hot t ante courier is Concha's proclamation, innumerable arrests in Cuba and missives lor publication inflated with news, reeolution nipped in the bud, grand display of valorous cohort* and du? preparation to receive the to-be-shown-no-mercy ''miscreants," all fieah in each particular paper of thu exc.teraent teeming city, from ' our own upecU/ Havana Correspondent." Now . whether a move was to have been ma'e. or is to )? made, or can be made, some patriotic annexationists, familiar with the subject, may surmise or really know; but the manses, all agog with the spirit of progressive reus, and the eager desire to know* hat's next, are wrapped in perplexing doubt, "caught by the ears at ono catches a pot by the handle. " The tines are rife with momentous projtlx ,ani a deed mast be line. I am tl noet reminded of tlie impotent madman who wanted "a ?iece of wet paper to t-e a-r," and thus appease his ire. 'hen t-ometning fierce and decisive transpires here, you shall be duly posted of the circumstance As an evidence of the "barbarism of tae slave States," I quote the following advertisements, published in our city papers of to-daj Ladikb' Faiii.? Benefit of the Fourth Colored Baptist church, over the Carrolton Railroad depot, corner of Baronnc and Ttrdido street*, First district, to be held at said hall, daily, for one week, from February 1 - to 17, from to ll>? 1'. M. Adm'ssion, 2b centa. TheCoi orxi> Ladrb op tii* Mkthomft Episcopal Oicrch intend holding a fair to aid in the erection of a church in the Tbit ?' district, commencing en Monday, the 19th. They announce ibat they have made every exertion to procure all tbe riehcacieB of the sea>3B. and invite a call and liberal patronage from their friends and the public, at 141 Canal street. This is truly a dark proceeding, and should, nay, will, be looked into. 1 count upon some thousao la givirg it their special attention, and sbo<ld not marvel if a very mug sum of money was expended ;n the investigation. I.o, tie poor Afrlc, whose nntutcr'd mind, Bees God in clouds and hears hJn in the wind. The impartial administration of justice in the Pelisaa State is now becoming a by wtrd, a very aiiom. On a late occasion, one ct our Ly< urguats. fresli from the legiflative halls of the red stick o&pitol, indulged in a proclivity lo serenide the love able Creoles tf this city, when an impudent ttiarley, having no saul for music, collared and ^aged the honorable, who spent the wee hours of m^rnitg in the sweet scented company of sun dry "vagrom men" in limbo. Truth is, Baton Rougo cot a thousandth part of the dainties and deli cacies of life to be found In the Crescent City, in which politicians ate wont to luxuriate, and absence and denial but sli&rptu the appetitu. Hence it may be reasonably inftired tbe honorable in quenieu exceeded Charley's idea of discretion, order and due observance of law. With us, who are not exiled, the wonder is, "Can suck thing:-, he, and over ome u* like a summer's cloud," &<:. This affair fursisbes additional argument for the imme diate removal of the teat of government to New Orleans. CHlPd. r > ^ Nrw GM*ajw, Feb. 20, 186 S . " Dt<pa(t\et?Jlepot t* Stmewku Jixaggcraltd-rkt Kinney ?tndut ou.-E,ptKliuni,? on a "Sprtc" Lcc<u Item*? Mayor Wood's Example. '-h-* STed i?i ? P">;U"0g lh6 C0W' m,n* b?en ill he,. 7te Heralds of tbe lit!,, containing Wi"? * 'P'cili at AlexanOiuk. and of the lith were iratcned up in bandsful . h> were .l.,... .v eandsrui by greedy readers, eater to ievour their interesting costente. Morgan, the g.eac news And liteiary purveyor of our city i. wide of bu tk#1>nM,? want, -at lea, t so far a* the *?*u>>e coceerntd, for an tour on S n hand ?'a ""J'W cf the large batch ou -<y the bye. joor despatch from this city of tke 9th leUtiva to toe ? Re.po,.?a Exped. tion Against Cuba, - by no ?ean. t-iHes with my experience, and I pres to U ' awa e. In the fl.-ft p'ace, no armed men have ljft here, or o.htr Southern ports, within the lart for.nlghf ?i'-cu7JrT'rhl? the eulf shore,' I of olenli rs for K nneyV exfeJitioa, baa boon made I ??d some few hundred men (and very ie* at that) I "hi''' "" T ??" id it Those a,,t.n fr,qo,.Bt.J v.g[t ^ tj twoe, and ln email squad., and ' l.e a work of slaneYter .l?k! ,ftccomP"*ted. it will Si' of Cuba, ^ho wit ki nitpfiuq ' ' n}w'M7 cwol?s &?=tS3S?55!S I there is a movement on foot a f.vmi.i.n. ; With skilful acd experin^ l?tl?,m^ th.r?;ement' ! been the result of tuilv two 1 llcJnu" scenes have 1 duty. The CWef has been in nSstlT^ 0 ??? f ""has of and has actnailj foimd irat ?? '?wa twelvemnotii i tret, ?,le,l t<- Tim, * v.g lance and w.ri"g ei.,- on. i? USTr"."' ^ ,iul and order cam.ot be tro behalf ol mjr*ls,law ence l,e'.?een Major Wood ifn I our ? hi^ iu Th* di'r?r J haMlone hi< duti fr? m the u,'*?the one fearlessly and "/ell' th! ?ik?? if ? ,lone " boldly, I that he haVa duty S nTtZn* seldom as good as originals and New oTi cr> "?> cmiy. *lnrt ?* ? (ounlerftiiri In chi??. THIKTY TliOfHAM) DOLLARS CO CNTBB1 ( I T^i'jvgy t. , 811/110. *Y : r rorii th? Chicago fr bune F?h lfi l ! <-n yesterday more log liepnty rtheriir F T K..UU. ; arrested a man calling h,m, elf v. . ? m .. B",k,*y | wb??e real name turns ?,,? ?? kT v D?n.*'fsi but ! '^?'o ''?od ' ' m porta nt'haaf o*? ff ^ ^ ! " tT 'V '' *"* fc|lnws ? ; i ! fist t?nc?* at tte mime ?iri??? thmt I ^ ?owid?nblo trap it would srob.My 'rinJVhSV^l^* "J ,h?' be which ,s contraband and i|W? ?iw 4VeriPt,oa not at all surnrtsed when i' ? ' ??' yesterday mommy, be foutd a ' ??!? X'lil!," o1,c" Iriggs. o. the ripe" V Mr 'JU'e'ly behm l a iiew.|?ap?r Sh??i(f P?|kui ** blmwlf airival of -.bat ,il awai'ed tbe | ?a?i.e ws. .Jow'n ;r7"i JfurT:/nV':r''\ f?' ?Dal with ereat del. keeatUn HI i .T !i """"?In ati-m I "Ueted wK .p^^r;^.b^bV5^?0,t' ?n4 wbT.TJS' hXnmlZCnlM 7kUh~ wre round ,p. i terfell, la bis vest pocket wii).0 '."""'y' mo?'-ly coun overcoat po..fc,t \ ? 7** hi? '? .? leold a Ur?o , V ""n and in notes ^ q-antlty of Counterfeit and allerej'r 'n^'^rt^Bylk^Vn'^I ' ? 'T' hi. pri Ke. ? l.u "> the hotel near the ?he n^r^Vore th' fttnr'r h?'< the pr,.,.r,r u? pr,vi#a, ,^1?* 10 '?"'n occupiel oy , was found, and te., ,.?ai ? BO of any kind 1 lecti.n of ?he.f.nJ'il f"r ,"m'' , ""I n/7col however Wr >**' ??3r- , At length, ter acarwt Dag and * -loal. Chi-l, ir","*1,1! tl,# e,al, ?oof?.sed might betoag t, Mr Twi ? laadlord Unally to??ifnhKkt tb'm toth* it were found t .?o p |?, ?f wi. , i "'* carpet ba* In of the amount of not uWtkL' ' ?>t*re1, , ?f all de. m.oat,e?, ^ " V ."" Jbe h,li, weri sad Fast a- well a. if ^ihi.VuJr^lV Sou,il is sn onflnlahed state tbe altera'.on i f m wr" j while the ethers were all r?adv fn? * OMinsjIete, them u generally dea/".^?,OT iM"* The work ?? | The prisoner Is a man of about fortv five ...? _? i of gent emtnly apt ? tr < nre ai.. 'm,,;.,, ' ? L f polished adilrees. Re came f-on <1 t^ i ?. hi?hl7 , plate, hbi} Cum C4ag t. M<, ? Jsiaed 4* to Tbe VmIWmI Democratic RqiablteM Society. rhe delegates from the different Jem xrttio societies met at the rooma No. 80 Leonard street, Mr. Wm. Ar buthnot in the chair. Col. Korbkb called the attention of the Chair to the fact, that at an adjourned meeting, hel.l during the past week, a lengthy report had been presented oa the state of the working in the city. It was then read, but no decinire actio* had been had on it. Th? IoIIjw ?Dg if an abstract of ItSTOBT TO TUB C0NVKNT1ON ON TIIK CONDITION OF . , THB I'NEMPLO VKD POOR. In conformity with the wish of the delegates to thii bjr th"m our last meeting, I ti?n nVThT preaent brief report upon tte condi eifv Th? flTiS?"?7' id"prr?,i? ?n<J the poor in this th/i.K. g. ?uffenng actually existing among <h? it? Sf C^"n" 1ng'1 uPP*rmost this subject in .? good citizen*, and 1 regret that the t m? indispensably requisite for me to pmura inform i f '.".'ft mj ln*biU<7 exclusively to de vole me tl ?D ??ii 1? i object, should have compelled Zfim. t i r i . * eTen,nt5 the preseutat oa of thil r.rre/ni ,L ,,?t*?*?t baa been widely clrcuUtod. employment and consequent tk!" k'i?? . "holly confined to fo ' i * *??Ph?tlcally denied that the .wfiMnMh nearly all Europeans, nevertheless, it should not be a matter of surpriie if a large portion of bowr? ifffi. operative and li ftffi Htv , lK *r.?nti H '/0r W? 1#*rn bjr the 1,11,1 ^chus -so -LJl out of 615,467 inhabitants, 277, SJ? 71 ib" Ln tfi 8Uto?, and 23T.705 in other weallh'*ain ? ? *!?a* tbere are nnny inon of ? ?.! ?doIlted citizens. yot the greater IWe BU "* in bumble circum.tinces. lneee, ncwrtbeless, are ra?n who. in their r^"*' V* il'ii u,*fu' to 'be nation, for they man dork. !?,}*' 1 ?^?U"?S' ,shipsV **?> construct railways, cork* and piers, dig canal, subdue the wilderness and transform .t into fertile Arms, to 1 in m nes, or on with .k.? machinery, or at manufactures, importing with them much useful knowledge in the r several lni'tm^nr Industry? -while others among them are Lvi? 1? ' V 4re employed in bookkeeping, tailoring, w?n lilT/l '.i0.,'! c#cor?U" and orna.nektal work' When wide spread distress visits the communl'y, a pro fd^t'.d m*M' 0?arH>' f?" UP?n tb? bi I'eferrin^^t'l, l!?0? " ,!,but JUatice * ?UtO that, I, lbov* Mentioned census, we and the WmJ? the Dnit*d on the lit of June, 1860, to h&ve been 36,91fi native And 13 437 h,orD' an'1 in the SUte of viw York, 5,75S native i?hli uho tbo"e *re who may legally claim pnliilc relief will be shown further on ln this report. imerier??mntter.i,lflpa.,hyv0nlr, for tfa? "live born a^e i.** ,tha' though in the census above q toted the native is a fraction more numerous oi7 foretgn boru population in thin city, (277,162 snd Uui hii/I'L """J ,th8He '?tt?r have fumiliss, and tluit their ohildr. n, born her-, were included under }{J* h'*? of native population; and, as it in palpable children aro lor many sears dependent upan tieir paints for support, waenever a ach foreign born ptrents !i,?ih P employment, their native sorn American vaWon "re " 1 t0 b*Ma'7' erea 10 tii! iliDIp?4,s',ble t0 B,*ke- without a suitable orgin:? 1? ' ^ tly ccrrec t return of the unemploved ope ratives in this city on any oce da/. By -he estimate of .vlT m011 , u th ult-' 195.000 persons (indud dtititut ^ Thf. unemployeJ) were in a s-jite of dtstituton. This number, howeror lar,?e it may an pear, las been by the delegitos asserted tj be far under ^lulU". ",DOS,1.tiv'ldit muBt U "?ewi-o taken into coBHldeia ion that the majority of those who now hate re<nt (n"J therefore, not Included la the 196,000) are at reduced wagen, working thr?e-fourths and two-thirds of the day; while others, though tliey ha\? employment only two or thre? dats in the week, considered ah being in work. 1 Tl? statistics of (te?tns furnish us with some evidence recpoetlng the condition cf the psor-for th'f.e who ntarv e ar .? n- 1 Uie only who uiuot their death frjai e ici! 0f d!"tre"" Tb? deaths in this city, in the ?JSm> ? mTS"*? ,t0 C2'10'2' ?nd in the p' st year (18o4) to 28,42. ? ol which consumption claimed 2,9.'.2 lung aseasts, 3t6; cholera morbus, ^26, scrifula. 188* tjj.hus lover, 693. Tui? ratio Is neirly double the pro portion of mortality l?j London: whereas, the mortality being much greater among infants under two years of a?e than for any other period of life, toe average nan ber ought here to be less than 10 any part otKurone aiucf ho large a poitioa of the New VorR population ii composed of immigrants, who rarely come out is infanto 01 as aged people. The rates of flto insurance, it is tine, aie not much heavier here th%n in Lon Joi- but it t?2lVlu? vM1 . th# po"r f8r#1' (If eyer) insure U>eir lives, th.s hab t bting nearly exclusively c^ndned to tt o?e who are in easy circu nstance*. Tb?ie have I etc nropoeod several remedies for the existing distress. I'rounnent amoi^g toe sorirestioas bl ?"?U the appeal of the capitalists, who demand that a high tariff l>e established, with a vlaw to raise the priced i of masufactuivf, Ac , for the advantage of a few speculators, who might, if tbey could procure for them selves a monoioly, undertake lar^e manufacturing, min ing, and other enUrpiiM-s ? regardless of the shin mo it mercantile, agricultuial, aul other interests. Tne Uni'eli States census of 1860 gives as the average wag>? for H!!Y!uT?\m #0tt?f 800 lH' ? this State, #18:12 for males, and SB 08 for females, per mouth, out of wbich piuao-e they have to feed, lodge, and clothe themselves? while in ifveral other Staten the wage* for the same o perm tlren kre much less, as in Virginia $10 18 and ?0 ?l? North Carolina $11 Sj and $6 13 ? ;n AbahanM $11 71 ani ?7 98 ?Tenpeesee 410 94 and $6 42? Uii-ourl $10 93 and $10. Operafivea In woillen /oods in New York, males $19 97 ??* -i! I'i*v LV* l,if ir0n $i6' 'n wrought iron ? in N#rth Cirelma th* sam* man would earn but $10 J7 p?r month for h ? support. Karm servants I J* ,w 08 f" other hand, earn from 100 tol^O.lollareper year, kesi^es tlieir food and lodginir and Ithey bave more liMltliy and less severe wu* Si perform. Moreover, the fluctuitlons In the dotiand for labor augment ln proportion as the manufactures b? ccme more numeious; consequently distress and aame* will be more frequent. There is another aspect from which the tariff question should be viewed, but which the capitsl.ste have lMt sight of, and which ought to demonstrasa to them that what is sty ed protection would, in fact, bo rniuous to ita partisans ; for it is so improbable aa almost to amount to an impe>?*ibility, that they could enjoy high prises through protection Icr a length of time sufficient to remunerate themselves for their outlay; for, through the jtfluence of the t'outh, if from no other eause, some alteration would soon he effected which would depredate manufai tures, and cause the capitalists to lose all their them by'khadBMs.*' " "" * I nder a proper system of relief of the poor, there need be no opportunities left open for Impositit n -those C? *te in need would be relieved, nor should those bo toqnlrod to psrt with their lltUe s'ook ot clothing, tools and furniture If they are In receipt of any small earnings, the amount tUoriof shouU be ta*?en into account by t2i? relieving officer. An to the t^reaionH ot paupew from other iw^if n fin,ntre-i ft I* ? mere bugbear. Other State* Will follow .he example of this State, when it recognizee tlie j-igbtft of tlie poor, end now tbe vast majority of inamig rants from Europe are persona of more thin usual ??nergj and enterprise. At no great expense the able belied unemployed poor can bo sent to places where it hai been nsc?rtaiued That there is a demand for their J* tor, or tbey can be set to work in their own parish or town; and the advantages which will occur to the public are incalculable. What is required is a hearty and de terminer effort on t!ie part of the State to aid thow who cannot help them.selves. This >vstem woull tend powerfully to augment the ****". "hor, especially in those departments where mere issn excess uf workjx-opb, since these would no longer be coirpelled, by t'le fear of starvation, to re ceive a mere nomln-tl remuneration The relief as administered in Englsnd, Is nDtso l beri'. as it should be, and in it<? mode of administration nume rous Improvement' might be intiodaced with advantage to tbe ^public In general, both rich anl poor; but a iall*t be said that because imperfect ons exist in that country, ./.? uf?u wb,c" xae u? founded sh?ll not be 1/* popular sovereignty prevail*, and whero those dtfecta in the aaminlstrat.Sn, whiih miy, kJ ?^rr",C8."f tb? Pra^.oo aero <s the ocean, have ?n k J" '7 ,kv""ie1v ShkU it be said, tli ,t r?, V-!rS n?'l*h g'lyeinment the poor ar* Utter cared hsve r oi'^ Ti which under a jopjlar rule tUsy vecot The thing is t?o monstrous to credit, but I! k n>-""r? (elected by the votes of tae r 'i ' '^."ng the claim of the uuemployod tSn<tlT.M?%? 8 .'tf' |roTf t>iat the interests of ' - -P-??T n"1 Prop- rly cared (or, then, in leed, will it ,.sf ?i ' ? , ufasures for the formation of a tortu-i ui? " *'i0'e sp*';ial object <h%ll fe .he pr . witbl? J ?,1? 0 U"' P?or' ?nd n>h>ch shall, o .t ^11^1 - the existing machinery of tho prlmiry ^.V!1 i "I?"**". Je*t'e means to insure to the f . ?l T'l w,1*ht in the halJot botes, and ll ? 1 efislature sucb a set of law mxkers l'i0 '\the side of tbe property owners, but | stall defend the rights of all. ' Th* Cimirimm Kitid that ho hud b"?n lookiog at fh? report, and in It b? ??* much to appror* of and noun thing to ohj?ct to. H? ob)#?l*d to t'.io *?at*"iKTl that the worhlnirm*n looVtd for laud to b* gtynn them ifratui tou?ly. Vow, no man had a right to gl?? land to ani tii*r , God gate lb* Ian 1 for *11, and the man do not Mk * go ?? finnan. to (f.T? it to th*many mora tlau a?* them to glT? th?Bi water or air. fh# land b#Ioog#?l t> all anl no man >hrull 'uaT* mor? than ?h it will fcKl blm?*lf. Thla wan t lie ri#w of J*tf*'?on, AnJraw Jacfc?*n an! <',,lon<l IWn'on Spaculatora ate vho ruin of tl?* W*?:#rn country and th# aquatMra ?ft#r ln:'?r poratirg four rr #** y*ara of thalr !i?#? a farm, it ia boayht irom ui?.itr ,.fi??n ant tbey *r? drtren off. The natural right* <>' m- .. *? I anil ahouid bo r#"tor?d, aad t'jfn tli*y no 10 cnn>|<aoi*a? n<><*hanlc?, f .rm ri and all? and Mttl* om 'mall ? liaf lot*. H# #aw that ll># I] mum !<a liN<t Company had already tahan up two mill < n* of arr*?, an I if monopolist* ware to th in *?l*# on all fr## l..n<!? Ui?r? <01 >i <i?ii b* no *u:h W ft a? public land* Now tha land <|ii?aUob wa? the <r*'- t question of th* 'lay, but the refornvra did not look on it aa a panar#* tor a. I th# **ll? from nhleh th* workiag w??n ?uff. r#d. Hat ng only half r?al tha a Idraoa, hia court n< t atpr*>*nt (It* >d opinloa on it, hut would t?# ?#r?y tbat ?mirf if ar|Mrti?n* ?htul<1 go forward tl th* p#opl# a* tb#y at pre? nt a tool. H# rfipr?*a'*d th# land r?torm*ra. and d*mod in tUeir naroa * >m? of tb* ""ottriraa advanced. (Vlom l Fomia* wiab*d that tha Hop* Chapel (otam ttaa bad tre >? in ?ot hefot them, ue'.ilth# .|*l*g?l#> baard tb* opinion of tli* fwr MA wwkfaf MCn On tb* qu?< tiop. Aft'r a few r*i.arka f> # -oc?>ty adjourned until a** t Tn#*u?y linlii . AnoTiirn Ci r in Kwha Fmtrronr.? Weltara by ag wlio ba? rrc*ntly returned from a tojr np in'o tha ten t'ry a- far aa Fort Klley, that* city hia l**n la d out on th* Kan a? ri> r, alwut ?e*?nty flee mil** abce* tlii* point, a* I>"l Waupon?a, wbl:b, wa uD>t?r?iaa4, alfniBt-a "iUwn of day,' io Ua lan Kua?ooftb* rntfawa<oiut*a. Tb# ai > wm i"l?tal by m*mb*r? of tb# fourth p^rty of ani*raot? from N#w >ngland It kmiimM M I ??rj kaautiful lotatm, *??o nrpa?" ?g hat of f,iw*n e or Topaka ? Alt* v Herald */ yrmiom AC 3. Pioy of Uar Btanlclped lUveliiUou. Til OAB or TMC SHIRT SEWBB. John Davie, Jr.. hie sister ud tlMlr lawyer made their i(|Kuuce >t the Mayor1! offlct yesterday morning. The lawyer called on Justice Oabora to diimiae the com plaint. and to grant an honorable discharge to the party against wbom it had been made. The press, he said, had committed a great Injustice in publishing a preju diced account of the matter, and even the justice him self had allowed himself to be swayed too much by his sympathies. Having expressed himself in this manner he went to the Mayer, where he made the same complaint agaiuxt the prees. Be desired to know the decision of hit Honor, and was beginning (o make a speech in b ibalf of his clients, when the Mayor interrupted him and declined to hear anything further regarding it, stating that he had the -testimony before him in the shape of affidavits. He then asked the lawyer whether there was any dis pute as to the fact of 12 haying been received by the parties, and as to the three shilling* which they owed the complainant lor the work she had done t To this he replied lhat there was none as to that, aud was proceeding to enter into the merits of the case, ? hen tee Mayor agniu i idinei hearing hi u. There is, said the Mayor, a general principle Involved in the deci sion of this ma(>r wli'ch is of a groat deal of importing an air< cling s mitr instances. There is, he continued, a clars o' oftem ? k n this city which are so ingeniously committed at to evade any criminal law, and whith are of the won character Among these he considered the wrong perpetrated upon these poor women was of the worst class. He did not refer alone to this particu lar case, hut a.) cases of the kind were a double wrong. In the flrit piece, it was oppressing that portion of the laboring It axes who had no means of protecting cbnm ealvei. n l bp case of this poor girl a gr.iss wrong had b<en committed n withholding, not only tbe money for the work sbo bad performed, but the deposit of 92, which she had left with the party as security . Here gretted that tBis clans of offenses was not made penal by tbe statute. Before rendering hit decision la this caee he would require them to pay the money to this poor girl. In conclusion, ho stated he was glad to tiud that such offcnoes, if tbey could not bo reached by Ktainte, could, through the medium of newspaper pub lications, be brought before the tribunal of public opinion. The parties here took their leave, with the under standing that the money would be paid to the com plainant, Mrs. Byrnes. A BREST OF A LIQUOR DEALER AND GAMBLHB8. The following statement was made yesterday to the Mayor by John Bradley, of the Sixth ward police:? On Sue day morning, about ten minutes past twelve o'clock, I no ulied Micbael Sexton, who keeps a grocery and liquor store at 61 Mulberry street, to close up his place, (filing him tliat it was the Habbath morning. Be did r.ot do so, and paid no attention to my orders; about half paat twerte I exiled the attention of oltiee Martin, of tb? Sixth wardj to the fact that the home was opeu. We both ordered him to close. He told us to go ahead and dc ihe best we could. While standing at the door, we saw a number of men playing cards lor money on the counter. 1 thin proceeded to the station house for aid, and en procuring it we went to the place and arrested six of tbe men, who were taken to the station house. In the morning, they were temporarily committed by fudge Eogart for examination. At 11 o'clock, the examination took place, ?hnn they were fully committed by Judge Eogait for trial: subsequently they were discharged, during that day. by Ju^ge Bogart. I arre-ite ' the pro Jrletor to-day. Tuesday, for ksep ng a disorderly hou-e. udgo Bogart field him to bail in ?vOO to answer? his own reuogn case* vai taken. This is a very disorderly house, and causes much trouble to the officers. $1 2<t and some cards were taken from the counter by Sergeant Caveny, THE COMPLAINT BOOK. Martin Mnclr. of the ship India, complains that he was defrauded by a moik auctioneer or 116, for a worthless wateb, at a mock auction ?tore in Broadway. Them^m-y was recovered by officer Wines. Mary Byan, of 44 ilamersley street, complaioii that she mailed a letter on Feb 1, 18?>6, for Mr. Ky in, of New Haven, Conn., containing $11, and that the same has not been received. Referred to the Postmaster of New York. Hen*y OiTner complains that his a?b box is full and running over, at il avenue B, and that the as a carts have not otlied for the same a long time. Referred to Commissioner of Streets and Lamps. -H?nry Tjeibold complains that Hagne street is so on enmbered with *now, ice and other nuisances, that it is almost impassable. Referred to Gommisiioner of streets and limps. W. Pennington, of 20 Sixth avenue, complains that Caroline Htedman, a very resnectsble colored wr.uian. waa not al'owed to enter one ot the .-ixth avenue jars at Bin-clay e'reet. by the agent of said car, on toe morning of tbe 2Mb February, she being on her ? ay up town to work a* seamstress, it being a very cold morning, aud aba having come from Brooklyn, conoequontly had bs o<ne cold and fatigued, and wishes a request oi l be made to aaid company to admit and allow such respect able persons to enter and ride in raid fcnth avenue cars. Referred to T. Bayly Myers, (Secretary of tbe Sixth Ave nue Railroad Company. John MeKaskee, of No. 6 Second avenue, co'.ipViin* that <be occupants of house No. 7 Seconi avenue, front and rear buildings, keep their eidewalk in a filthy conti tion. much to the annoyance of the neighbors C'apta n H?*t. of tbe Ceven'ienth ward, notified. rbat ibe asb carts do not call rerularly at 62 an l 54 Murray "treat. and tbat aihes are accumulating in gr?tt quantities. Referred to Committee of Streets and i?*mps SXa) or Wood and tltt Effect ot Good Clover ri me nt In tlie Country. [From tbe Baltimore American. Feb. 13.] MsyorWood, of Ntw York, has shown how quickly and bow certainly an enviable repute' io-. may be gained by the honest, impartial and persevering discharge of h'gb public duties. The mitance is a striking one ; and whilst it reflects 'be crust exalted honor npon tbe indivi dual, we also recognise in it the sura oridenoe that tbe people of our great citteo are, In the main, and by an overwhelming majority, in favor of the stricte-t, tbe moot unfaltering enforcement of tbe laws It is In this aspect that tbe great social revolution that has eharac ler'iod >ew York ? for so it deserves to bo eat*em?l? is most worthy of notice. Mayor Wood has demonstrated not only for New York, hut for tbe people of every Ameri:aa city, tbat it is possible for them to be well governed ? tbat tbe causes of disorder, of rlit, and of crime, that have grown and stKngtbeee.1 among them, have oot their foundation in any inevitable necessity from which tbey cannot escape ? that the people are well disposed to raBy in defence of law, order ai*d justice, and willing to protect with their countenance and appro bation there who stand forward as their defenders against the social disturbers of a well-disposed, law obeying comrannity. Among tbe victories of whloh peace can boast there ii n.f re worthy of high appreciation than that effort of moTal authority wbiih conquera the turbulent, awn into peaceful obedience the passions of thiee that have heretofore set the law at naught, and exercses over se rret as well as open crime the wholesome fear of detec tion and puniabiaaut. Tbe man who, clothing himself in the trust confided to him by bis fellow cluxens, ac complishes th?se results, is a victor of the proudeU merit: he is, indeed, tbe ''conqueror of a city'' in an eminent sense, and deserves the civic crown of a good name and a revered memory Judging tbe future course of Mayor Ww>d by tuat which be hao so far pursued there fa nothing or forced m applying to him such langusM. He took New Yorli in the very ?cme of her w!ck?dnesp? the law appeared to hiro fallen foweilf?s before the number and the daring of its assailants ? corruption had established a permanent location where rig d honesty ihould have oeen found, and the evil influence of fraud amongst public func tionaries, of eonn vance at outrage and disorder on the pert of professed censrva'tves of the pesce, lad apnarcntly undermined the very foon cations upon which tfce moral and social economy of the city re?ted. 1 he press confessed the city authorities go* tiling or unav.e to attempt a refor-n, and there seemel to lie no hope, except through some powerful and ov?rwb?lm^g populir demoustration, of finding an eth.Unt che :k to the srov.n^ and pionstrous evils by wliirh tfce city afBii ted Sut at the very mom" at that necr?iity had become the greatcs', help wis af forded 'roru an unexpected quarter. It i< not contended that Mayor Wo->l at one effort, and in ?o short a period, curcd all *hase evils ; ?uch an accompllshmsnt would '30 well eirned by a life-timo effort of the strictest reformer. But lie has uone what is almost as vtluable ; he bas proved that tbey arc not incunbl", and that the laws promptly, sternly, and unremlfingly enforced arc equal to tbo ?mergiacy of meeting and le ttraining the concentrated vioe of a gr'a*. city. Be bas pmye.l, too, that tbe pu'ilic officer wbo assumes all the responsibilities and duties of his position, with a manly determinutiou to leave none of thtm unperfrrmed, is sure to secur- the sympathy, ap proval, and suppo-t of the onmmunltjrj tbat whatever may haTt been b's ant. indents, and however gr?*t nuy have he*n the political or per?ooa! animosity en terUined toward him, it will lie ohiiteratxl by the re membranco sf th? benefits received from the soi-l officer, and thit he nuty even oolldently rely upon the zealous co operation of those who have most bitterly oppooerf his elevation. U is tobring prominently forward these resulti that we dwell upon the example of M?yor Wood, an 1 not from the K"-re desire of aditlug to the general cry of approval which has made his name familiar in all parts of tne land. He baa been the Brat to encounter, upon the field ol Its greatest power, tbe evils wbt':b, as all good citi zens hnve seen were becoming more and more fastened upon the line cities of onr land, foe attick was bold ly, succesafuily and resolutely made and the cause of iewand orter reje.ieea ia t:ie result. But the victory will he comparatively barren of benefit If its influence doea rot eitend bejond New York. We would h?ve the example contagious, until each of our cities oan boast ef a Mayer who t?as the des re to understand, aud tho wiB to discharge all tic duties of a poet, which, to those im mediately concerned, is the most Important that can be conferred. Amrnrinirnta to th? Constitution of California. A Kit ol ?ru' nlm ntl to ?h? constitution of California hi? brig Introduced in th? 3fii?tf. Tt)? flr?t inifi'In'ni prcpOMt provM** for bifnaial ****i< ni of th<kl.'|t*latur?. and th? *ccond that th? Biimlwri of the A?**a>Mjr abail 1* *l*cto4 biraolal jr. 3b? third amendment pro?ld*a that .-'??ria.ora ?h*U b* for four jeara and no p?r?nn shall In* *V*ct*d to th? Nnat* wtio baa not b*fn a rtoi trot of tb* HtoU of California at l*a?t two jfara. ant of tbe count; for wbich to* i? *ho?*n at l?a*t *?* jr**r. Th* frmrth aBiaoitmxnt prorid** for the ralativa nam b?t ot S?n*tor? a*1 AMnmilfmm, in'l ih?t on*-baif of th* S?nat* nball ?arat* '.It* r ??atn M*nr>lal!jr. Ihf iflb amrndmmt ia *o tk* *lWt that no la* aball mk'if mor* than '<?<? objtct and that to b* *mpr*ia?<l ia It* till*. 1h* n*th and la?t *m?ndm?i>t n tb* moat Important of all. a ad it I* on* that *nftht to hn?? barn tul.mitt* t to lb* Ion j a?o. lu object ia to p-ovido that tVi a rocatitnUoual convention ?hall bar* b*?n and tto*t coB?*ntt*n ahall har* formed an** eonmtu Uob, t ahaU b* nahm'tUd to tb* ptcpl* for ttoair n-lop W?a 01 f*J?CU?a. Rapntor CouUPut FIm*. Boflara Chief Juatice Oakley. LITKBA1Y LIBKL BXJTT. r? 27 ? CMward H. Fletcher ol. CkarUt B. Skrton.? Tha plaiutifl is thia cam coaaplaine that the defendant, who ?u proprietor, ?tc. , of -Vorten'i Literary Gazette, publiKhed ou him a libellous article. The plaintiff is alao engaged In puiilishing and tilling books in thia city, and iu engaged in preparicg for publication a work, to be called " Ru-mah's Great lliHS<oiarj, or Record* of the life, Character and Achievement* of Adoniram Jndeon." A4, the time of the publication of the libel the plaintiff bad numerous agents engaged to obtain ordtrs for thAt work, anl had been at great expense in advertising and prepariug it for publicat.on About thia time there appeared in Snrton't Literary Gazette the following alleged liboUoas article ? WavLami's Lire or JuDsov.-ln the la*t number of thia paper we called attention to the above work, com M V? ' ?arh ,WO'lM b* Interred in the faithfully drawn portrait of a most noble mm and do n0ITy; 1UviD* "nce '"rned another memoir of Dr. Judson ??, announced for speedy puli ation (meaning the work to beuubiialied by tbe plain iB), we wrote to the Hew Dr. Way land re.iu.atng him o Inform ua whither thi* lorth owing volume /the la ntlff's) wti autcorized by Dr. Jud?on'? fim ly. and whether any other paper* wore likely to axatotber than nose air. ady made use of From 1'reailent Wayland'a newer we take the l.berty V extracting aa following ?? 'In reply to jour inquiry I have to alat? that I have ? reason to believe that material* of ai* value axUt lor a life of Dr Judson which I barn not seen ? and moreover that th? portion of the raaf?.riiln for a me moir which bat not appeared in tue puhl.c journals ean avo been acce**ible to no person except myself. No ne of the family of l)r. Judaon ha* eve.- been consulted n the subject of tliia publication, and neither Mrn Judaon nor her friends have baeu inform- \ of the nam* of the author Indet these eircumntancea 1 tmnk that *uch an undertaking cooid h? received in no oth-ir light ?hon?r?ble, m*0 than an attempt to dsprive the widow ol Or Jud?oo, upon whom two helpless famllloa are dependent, of tbemtans of daily aubaiatenc* " We give prominence to the above, because vt do not think any one would willingly ast m an unjust manner towards the widow and the fatherles*. The plaintiff alleges that this at tide was dos^ned to impute to him an attempt to publish a work of no real merit, and a farther atteiopt to deprive two helpleta fa mllifg and the widow of Dr. Judson of the neanj of daily subsistence. Danagea are laid at $5,000. Mr. WillarJ rtPsUdrh?sf?Isteh*pl4'nU1T' "Bd ?3*Tlng ,:4jled 00# "'taesj, .f.r*,tr"i.fcr ibt Mimfrnt, who denies lliat the said article is lalse and libellou.-, that it had re fere nee to tbe plain 'ill. or that it was in:-n1ed to inj ire Ins business or reputat.on. He further aet-i forth iLat prior to tne time when Ua plaintiff, by bis own ita'a "'7' *?? ??K*il*d in the publication <,f h.? work. Preei Hajland, of Brown University. was al,o engaged ol^Lhe* i frSilT , .?,OU- ,un<?er 'he title of A Memoir ?? ? n v *nJ U1bors ?f the K?v. Adouiraui Judaon, " 'M.ewrtghtef which was the property of the widow, Emily C. Judson, who then had tvo helpless fa niliet i, consisting of her father and mother, and of her Bve children, entirely dependent :p?n herself for support. J lie pioceeos of this work, upon wnieh Dr. WayUnd wa? engaged, were to be used by her Tor this purpose. He alone po*. eased aii tbe* of any value avalla Ua for tbe wort, and none of the family of Lr Judwxi had been covmltvd on tde?ubje:tof ?.b? plaintiu * Dub It cat ion. or anew the name of the author. The defen dant _ further al>ge? that hi* joarnal is iesued w!Ui the special view of communicating laformitioa rea^ectina new publications: the artis'.e therein puol:sied, and alleged to be liheUoiis, is essentially t?ae; and pnvi leg?d aa a j-ut and fair criticism upou the fa:U tnereio stated, and that it was p-ib'.ahe<f only witn a v ew of stating faote in the eapecUtlin that the plaintiff, and all other persona who niight read it, would be datsrrad upon her* U>jo"tlceto Mri- Judfc)n atd those dependent Mr. O'Conor, in opening the case for the defendant expreared bia aurprife that a ca*e so utterly inaaffiiient in any ju?t cause of complaint should ever htve mu brc ght into court. WhUe he had been reUmed an count el for tbe defendant, he had exprosaed the same sentiments, and was prepared to show to the jury that he had tho best grounds ff.r "uch an op'.ulen. Be ob !"Ik A *??tfd wifh him to show whether the truth bad not. been spiken In this caae by tbe de'eodint with good motives and for justiflahie ends, and he wis er nfld. nt that he could do so to their entire satisfaction. 11- proceeded to ftati the fa :'a eonnecVd with Dr. Jad sons Ire and mis>ionaiy labor-, and the netdvclr jms'ancea of bis widow sft-r his death, ihe publica tion of a ll'e of Dr. Jud^oa, and all the proBts to be derived therefrom, he deewd tbe p^ulta- property of the widow in the hour o.' her destitution and aUlictlon. Any inttrference in thia just arraagenent he ntlitma t ie? as ireao atid illiferal , as Ihe act of a " p^atl cal Interloper." for in most cases the oflhad'.ng partr was beyoud tbe reajh of the lav. Ihe original book might be copy rlgbttd, and yet the Inl'aton might not be suttciently eloae to vallate the provi^ioea thereof V Pr"P*r> xheni that some remonstrance agalnat so illiberal a course aboold be pr?sented by i-ome one and auch eonld not be -ailed a 1 bel. A libel *as the 'pub lishlrg of a falsehood here everything sta'ed by the de fendant was true, and could do tbe plaintiff no barm ua i *ta his conduct was a virlat on of th)?s rule* jf mo .amy which shcu!o govern mankind. It had b^en atid that the w oow waino* in destitute circumstances; be would leave it to the jury to determine, whether #600 or ?tOOperasnum, wli ch was ail ah? po*Hea<ad, would suftfe to sapport her anl her ophao children, cornforU bly, without *onic further a*?istance He cor tended that she was fairly entitled to all tbe profit* that could be derived frem a publ'?bad m?mo:rof her fcus^and and alluded to certain letters that had passed be'.eeen Mr*. JursoD and the plaintifl, when it had bece ?e knovn that the latter w?* p-eparng an abridgment of Dr. .Tu Jsoo'a Ufa, in wbieh the widow, almost on her dving bed, in the most touching terms had entreated him "not to do liar aoareat a wrong, in h?r aitkres* and poverty, aa to pub lish a work which would interfere with the sale of that in wbieh she waa intereated. He son:ludei with an in dlgoaat and eloquent protest against il at a?l?sh doj trine, which sought to claim tbe life of a puhiio mxn a* public property, even wlec the avails of it would pre serve the widow and her crphans from destitution Ihe writtea depoei-ons ?.! several wltnenae* were then read on the pa.-t of the defec lant. Tie Mlowicg is tha deposition of iir Wsylai d.? My name ia Fran/a Wayknd ; ait, fifty eight year* cccnpation, teach r; reside in I'rsvidence, K I; I do not Inow Mr. tlenher; 1 have **n Inn; Mr. Ntrton I have know n two or 'hree yeara Witness having examined a printed co iyo? the ex tract fiea. hia iett. r, prefix?<l to tho interr-eatorie*. ? it ia pi in ed above) continue!. ? I have ex?m n*d a* ifqu?ste.., akd pr??un? thia to be a cojy from a latter written by aco to Mr Norton I have no copy of inv latter, but think that 11 the copy I pre?uire I am the Dr. Waylaod ment'onea iu the extract' l *ao tbe author of a'-'fe of the late Dr. Judson; it haij been published by i'hiilipa, Sampeoa At Co., of Iloetoa the title a* near as I can recjlleet ft, ia ' Memoir* of the Life and }->r vice* ot lU v. Adon raor. Judnon D. i) it wan published last Sept-mber orOjtober; I am not in tha leait mt?re.ted <n the sal? thereof, nor do I receive any part ot the piolit* ther?of, tho '.'Opyr ght bel ings to Mrs Imlly C Judson; in accordanse w th my de-ire, the same waa taken in the name and for ths benefit of Mrs. Krnily C Judton; i lie work ?rs* compi e'l and prepa ed by me from u jui'il furnithed to .ae by the ? cocunent con ieut and oesirerf Mrs. Judson and the lau ly of tae late Dr. Judr<<n; Mrs l-tu'lj C. Jud-on rendete<l ms important assistance iu the w?.rk of preparation; the work wa< compiled f 10m letter^ in mus onary jo int. i, from pri- I vale letters and papers of tbe late lir. Jtilsou, from pri i vate remisiaceDces of Mr* fcm ly C Judsoi, from mt'u lisl furnish en by the *rae;ican llaptist Mis.lo.nry I'mon and ihe -Ameri an Board of t'ommis>iin?ri of Foreign Mmsieas. 1 re-eived such Informs* on from Mr?. Jud son, various friends and correapna l?nts of Dr Jud>on from Hev 1 >r . Ilri^ht asd I'r Andrews, secretaries of the above asmed societies, tlio papers have since be-n re turned to their resjective owiers; I presume so. those j that were sent to oe I return-id to tb? sources from wMch 1 received them; 1 do not k no* of ?oy ono w o has any mateiials other lhan tho.e aa d t?y me auJ j fit in the great exertions made by me and Mrs. Judsoo o | obU n ail the existing materials for such a work. I tliiua I that no ,mp. rt\nt mitttria's exist exc-pt those used by I ne; tte atiove named llaptist Uniin al n made exer i ticne to obtain for m" all possible ieformttion on that I aul ject; I cannot tea the value of material* I have | not ??en and ?bi-.h I do not bel. eve to exiat a con i sidtrslilo portion of tbe miteriaia used hy mo had j apptartd in the public journala; I do n >t helieve ! tl at any materials of Importance had appeared m <ny ' puMic jotirnsls or existed, besides tko?e uie.1 by mt in tbe compilation of this me aoir: excepting tno-e mt- I terials which have appeared in the public jouruals, 1 I hav- no reason tosuppo?e that anv other person ba* iivi ar< ess to the materials use I by me; th? private papers j ?d 1 r Judst n. communicated ?o me by Mra Judson r^r ! own temt?i>?enc.-?, -otild bav? b??n ?e?n hy no per?m i but n yself the materials furnished hy the American I'sp'ict Missionary Lnion and tbe Amenaan Hosrl of I < ( Rimirsioners of Koieign Mission* --Oul<l ooly he for 1 ?tshed by votaoftha ?oa-ds re?pectiveiy; | have not I been consulted on the subject of any llfo of Dr. Judson beside wi? own and from Mr*. Judaon I learn th?t neither she nr r any of tbe family have been censulted In relation lo any other work on the same subject, except iog that Mrs. Judaon, her filend* and -he publisher* had consulted wi h me in relation to the um- sod manner I of piiiilifbiag an abruged edition of tbe a a tne work for ; ner btvillt: neMh^r ,Tuf*?oo nor her frten?i< to my I nowle tge, bee3 infrroed of the name of the au thor of any *or\ other than the ene written hy me upon th.' subject altnded to, 1 know Rmily C Jadaaa; sha teeu ep In flamlhon, Mvii?? '? connty, Btate of New Ycik I am idlormed that sha is In coasumption, aoc that her physician ha* atated tbat *ha may net live unt I May next; I am loforme l and believe tbat her meana are qjlte limtt'd, and lhat nine person* be<ide herself are de pendent tpoo her for support, excepting tha eldest cauihter of Tr Jitd*on, who at present is engsge<l in learhisg in a private family; tbe situation of Ihe f? mily in I erembet, 1853, was substantial!) the stme a* above stated; my meana of Infornia'ton were co;nmu?l catiens from Mr* .fudson herael' I ^o not know any ttlnij ahout tbe hoalre** of *aid Fletcher except what I teem he iew*pape<-s; I have seen such a work pur porting to be publ'slied by him, hut have n?vr exam n ed it; I should suppose the taia ?.f *uca a work would to some exteat. hut to what extent I an unable tij BaT Interfere with the ssle of the work wr|tt?a by me i cannot stale the motive or purpoae wltn whi'h aeld Fietrher's book was published-* n .t hvri^j examined the ?ook I ant not willing to eriticl.e it I DrT4r rts<) a page of it 1 hive notMng further to state ol advao tage to the defendant in thia suit. In snswer to tbe croas lnterre?atori?* ha said:? 1 n<^er had a word with the defendant on U e subjejt of aol limr him hat m lees fiom all dam tge he might snataln in ?n sequsnee of pnhii.hit.g the extrvt from m> letter or gave him any assn ranee <n relation thereto; i tae extract allnced to for tha information et tha defendant, wbo ptibliebed it on hi* own reeoonsih'llty ; tr.a de fendant ba* not inferred me hv whom the other memoir of Dr Judson was to he paMhaed; I Uaro ?4 H through tbe paper*, and nave had bo cam ?Haieitloai with tin defendant upon the sabjeof, < cepting when he requested me to write him op the subject, end upon that request I wrote the extract; at that time our conversation went on t aunmpl ion that the book was to be published by 1 Fletcbfr, is iccordiDc* nith bin uoooociBMBt id t newspapers made some weeks before that time; t letter 1 wrote at Mr. Norton's request, and for his formation, alluded to the forthcoming bo >k to be p ? lii-hed by Mr Fletchtr. I'pon being asked if any ma rials of any value fcr a life of Dr. Judwon, that be h not seen, were in existence, be answered : I refer to i direct examination for an answer, ae I eaanot sU more fully ruy means of information. Upon being auk to stnte if lhat wan not merely a matter of opinion w him, *an<l whether he had examined all the public prin to tee w tether such wan the fact, or hy what means knew such to be the fact, and also to stale if the eu ment ma<'e by him that that portion of the materials fo momoir which has not appeared in the public prints c have been accessible to no pena?except himself, * not a matter of opinion with him, and whether he an such to be the fact, and by what means. be answers All but ihe last clause of question requires noansw as will be seen by reference to my previous i swers; in relation to"the la?t clause, I answer tl it is a conviction founded on the facts already stab mj means of information are from Mrs J here< witn whom I was in constant communication so long she was able to write; I derive my information fr? Mrs. Judson herself; one of the family is support) herself by teaching, as before stated; 1 nave been t by Mrs Judson that she bad made arrangements for 1 publication of auld work in England; of my own km Je^gelbnow nothing about the matter inquired of presume for her own benefit, if aoy cooyright or otl arrangements have been effected: as to the rest of 1 quest'on I know nothing. To the ninth cross interrogatory? -I do rot snow l aiimber of volumes rolJ, or the amount re :eive 1 by M Juilson in regard 1o the per rentage; tue o(T-r of Mee? FliPlips Sampson it Co. was twenty five per sen* on ! retail prtee of Ine book; I)r Bright and 1 adv.sod her accept it, and soon after they commenced be puch tion. I wish to correct my answer to one of the oiroct teri onatoj-ies, gnd say tlia1 1 do believe that no ot) writer than mjself has had access to the materials ?? bt me, excepting those then excepted, for the rtas< thus Mated as to the persons and societies in whose } sessions these materials were. Other depositions were read, and the easr luoic i jouraed. The Alleged Contempt of Court by the TImI Newspaper. MARINE COUHT. Ob ;he Bench, Jlc-n. Judge* McCarthy anl Pc ?iipal Faa. SI .?In the Matter of Jlettrt. Kaymond, liar* and Lee? Mr. Abbott represented Mr. Burpvr. 11 I.ea appeared iu peraoo. I Mr. Kajriond b< ing called upon, puffuiutto .be oral to ?how can** why I ? ahould not be paotibed 'or c j tempt, in publishing a ceitain article tn the Titus of 1 16th mat., entitled. '? Murine Court? Wba: Waa Jl Done Therv," Mr. h. 0. Benedict appeared lor bin. I objected to any proceeding*, on tie ground that II Raymond bad never reeaived a copy of the aociaatl againit him. lly tn* provimona of ihe HMIN ba vl entitled to a "opy. I Judge McCartHy? That 1* uerfeetjy eorroct, and I ?nfficMint anawer. You *haU be served with a oopyl the accuaationa within ao honr. I Mr. Harper'* cafe being then called, Mr. Baaj. N. j| bctt, vbo appeared for nim. after atating on er tl preliminary ohjeetion?, auggested that the it*. I abould bo heard before '.he full Benrh. I Judge McCarthy a*ked what bad the full lfcneh tol with itir . ,, 1 Mi Abbott? There h ?om* doubt how far yeor Hoocl dteiaion in reviewable; *Dd aa your Honor in the peril chiefly concerned agam^t ua, 1 thin* it w>>uH be denl ble to yourself to be supported by your colleague*. I iid. b, if thia ( oiirth** any jurisdiction over onntetaij I app-ebtnd tbat it la vea er. in the Court, and not i| J u'd g^M r,< ,'arthy ? 1 en'eriaiO no doibt lit the Jur.atl tionof thi* * ourt, and I deny the moti?n to have 1 cane heard at general Urn. I Mr. Abbott then read irom the HifllN Stat ale 11 ahow that ttie power to puniah for c run .r.s.1 conta*! wa* limlUd to the caie of pernona guilty of the puLli| tion of a fal<e of gro*fly Inaccurate report ef proci-l Inge or the court. 'Here were two HMMi: la] article a lale* report of pr icaedinga? Second, la 1 Harper guilty of the publication? Couneai read I obnuiioua ar'icle, commenting up ?? it, aont*nce by *| tfneo aod contendftl tut >t */a? not a Wm report. II title it, "Marine Cnurt? ' What Wa? Not Tote Then! That tbow*, *ail the eeun?0', on ita faee, that it la ? intended an a iep?rt of what, wa* done th?| (laughter ) The article aaid that Judge McCorti woe aliaent under ?"'BU rule or I aharnt from the performance of hie duty, tn ? the ffl formance ef it The trutn ? a*. ihat a rule of court I qulied one of the Juatise* to attend in the titer room I hold iunuca's, and th a wa* pribobly 'he rul? refer! tt Yonr Honor aaid laot -aturday that no auth witol aa Jnatialan Thco^oiia McHnn ?aa called, aa aUtedi the article 1 aufpoce your Honor atuat have u,?* that JM d'd not bear the name called. I Jnd.e at thy ?1 kuo? it aa a OMtter of fart. I Mr. Abbott tlion read the following aBi'iav tt: I Francia Byrne ?? I City and Cvitnty of .Wu York, u ? E?J being duly aworu, "ay-, that be la a lawyer; '.ha*, be 'I in att? udance on tt ? Marine Court on or about th# 11 of February mat.; that he r*<|ueated the crier of th* Court, or one per?on akoui h? auppoeed to be th? cr I to Callae a wltaena Uionyaiua McFmn; taat. ?a?i? pit# bn?,: ao i< quanted, d.d , all >ki 1 nape aa that of a vfl aeti> and tha' no utraou aiuwrred to that naroe. J F. UYRKFI Sworn before ue. tbi? 2*th cf February, )85a.? U.I Bl( K, Ctmmiraioner of Deeda I Mr. Abbott ''ontfiid-d at KM length t^a* there'll netbins in tiie artule whicti amounted to a MM rerB of ttie Court'n procet-dinge. An to tie aecond qnntJB whether Mr llarper ?a? guilty of the publ.aatioa, ? eounai-1 contfiideti tliat he ?aa not. The troprleU)* a paper aaay he reapoa*itji? for what appear* in t'., li wvtliout bi' Vnowlei ge .>r content, hot fce ie cot guil of any public.ttion of ?e baa no actual kuawleB that it ia ahciit to be puhimbed ? The Jndg? r>m?rk d 'nat the tepnbi >-Mj;o o? ? article, with e>ilioral roai.neat*, wa* an tggra**tio?B the fliat offence, aud only 'or th*-. he woul-J have cow dered Mr. Harprr a aftn'.avit aufltcient. ? Mr. Abbot'- Mr Harj^r i- willing to meet hie rea,* ribility for the ron-'nef of the Tim*/? both b.e g< rei-poiiKitill'y ?nd Us pecuniary re?peua'?v.)'.\y fairj aaage*. whenever iliev wer? oocvioned >.j the TjiB aa well a* re'ponnibility. nm ml and civil, fer a?l ? personal a?-t?, ot act* of otb?r? authoriaed by hina; ? u tl if MM lie w?m ni'1 ia'ile In ?upport of thia ? connK>l dVd levral i?> m, and annng otber^ thafl judge Faek, who ro iapeached fer edaataittiaf ?? ? tor for MtttMlft 01<|^y M- Abbott cited the ? loving ? I lire***, .fu^'lee, Mid? An honeat. I*depend?!?t, and .r.H limt ecu ? i ?t!l ? In it ? a v to po*>lle aoafl i' !!*?.?, ?n aptta nt?M>ap'r paragraph!, v. r pointed ma;- betueirwiM ?atiir, ai d H-. dii n ly altl tuff>.r lee* by ra^sloK th?m* umn.Ui i d ti an bv ?? - ^ ? i:> i the perpetrator*, trying w ia a nummary ? *j. and !? ni'UiDj them by ihejudguieaa wtnMfwtf. I He . oncluc'e<l by *"?ertirg the iojuet. :e 'f conde??B proprietora of mtrapepera a? guilty *>t moKIWMB Vka'kAinf tin ir VI} into the pap*r IWM knowie^go. I Mr l:eue.!iit then . oi;i?. nced to IHfNI 'he ? cor? Judge Mcfar'.by?Po jou *p;?ar for Mr TAyuiOn.B Mt. Hariior v I Mr. Ben.-dic^-Mt BafWl** easareiirte! n??e*M iepea-l ft i) ? " '? ' ' '' ?'* *"'>oo o' Mr. Hh rf ?r ' r ahould 1'ka to ic ilc ' u> rep>*r?* ?t thia iiroe. ? Judge Jf.-.t?rtbv aaamted I Mi Beneoiot then proceeded to aay tbi : t^i* waifl atracl. on ihe lil.ertj of the citnea, an ! '.h* fWrt I mi U-, b? ilhtWtf 01 elioulJ tie done on 1*5*1 P^uiB Mr. Harper la icrfecfN Inneeewt el thu e>r.rge ; he ? generally at hla UtUe deal flo^oeaM 1 paper, and 1* be IftMe ?? ttw ?W(M1 of pubUrkiBg nn article, ? ..icU may ho ? 1MB th r j day a hniMMMit t Aiiuoiigh too pn n li" Ml Ittiil f'.ct* laU'l*. V?. It nmat ? li iinU-tK'!"'' a toitr.' j0?e or ant'io:t it wi., *? 1 , 'i ? of, atoooW be puniatiabwM impt '.Mi MOMt The article ?*? ?om?**?; ? 01 at > . t.? ?? e t b"1 ? r >U- u ? W li il e 1 ourt than iv Ha hau I npo? the r.tiieo aati? tf 1 1. ibll-'. rre?a, for - b a pal ipipk " th Uf Tiie ? t u <? avi'-hat i! u o of the W iod which ? Court i-;ia t: ea' nu^marily . ?* cont??npl ?!*?*? , , d I'nul thi* citiren i* to be* ?,r.f 1 TL i.,..i *?id ti at, but Tor the repu? . j, if) ? ti t . 1. *'? ild li i?o de?n?B>l Ur. Harpa ifl iaiit ? uilifltst. Vtr B?-neoict ?ubm tto<l that uilif cited ".here io iu?tf lor the pailication of tbn? 0 .1 . Utk 1 ' frofcraan, and no? for the repuhM lDm h'fl.tb. lie w?? ?ure hia Honor f.'ft, a* ?? Hau* mi' , ti ' 1 auit'il po?itlon whioh he wa* in? MM th* avcn*er. the v?My oflenJ'd, tLa Judge, el llat Mr. Harper bod ao w.toe****, an<t nanM 1. 1 1 1:1 1 II. iflfcteni'rrt Mr tiarpar wa? n?il i. .bie. TM wr 1 r.o trial, d'. t onv ctien ; there waa a mere *u?MM oa him to ahow cau?e why he *b? net ii- i>nnl*tie<l ; and he came anl aaidM ? Why, what batre I dore .* Nothing. ? ra*o waa '.l?n put off for a wM and Bow he rown u -nd art* " what h?va 1 donB *n I bO to toki iba' I ?? haa waived all that by appeaM ia*t *M?k Mt. Baaodto* concluded by aay log -M i.r itert again't the ?.r<.. eediag* a? belag amnmary ? reutrary U> atatate : we proteat again*t MM na*lsg had notr al, to I i-ariog, no record? and wa J taat agalnat tb*m entin ly a* tw c?*e aoe it&oda, rM Ha u'lllb 1 0*0 noth>nr ill it, from bagmolog to fl which gite* the <? ?ut juriKdictioo in the matter. M Ja> g" lloC*rihy~l have iu*t rv.'ivad a acta frcmH eeoaa'l (Xr. Blieteed) ot the ether party, (Mr. 1* M?iag that, be 1* aMtfti ?l tin* mMiietit, ao'l aakM an adionrt.?eut of ti.e raee . hut be do^* Oct apaeifH what lima. I am piepered to niepoaa of th- Matter ^r .10 tfce c? udu-1 let MV. II irper d^alre it to tiatd M aid 10 derided With tho 'tlierctaeV I Mr. It?r*dict aa?.n?d am. aated tn be ?erv?d r <M copy of the aeenaatlm ar.tnat Ra'mond. I i Ihe Judge **id I e ilimi! 1 have It by MoriJay w< I Mr. Ablott? What a* t<i the caa* Of Mr Harper ' ? I Ju''ge? lam prepared tn act npen . ocw j but 1 wah tn pa*a upon It by j iae??eal ? The ra i e wa* tben adj-.urn*d, no day be. eg naa''^ I lie 1' oil. it Aorlety. to rne II iroo op the >?w Tong ukr* .?. By inaerting the foliewiag fewl ne* in yeur wt4elj enlated inn valuable paper jnu will much ob'ig* me ? he I'oll'b lieanoeratlc Aa*'?natinn ? <)n the 2?tO ioa1 your lerort about th* celebration .if the French rt* lion in th* year l*4A, heln at tbe Kbak*oeare flota the -tth m?t,yoor reporter cla*?eil ?aong tha p danta preaeat th* Piea'd^nt 01 th* Po|l*h Societie*. the fleat pl*ee, permit ea* to aay that ther ? la bat 1 1'otlah ?o<- etv tn th* United Htate*, and that i* la city o! New York: neeonnly, we. In nnr Society ( Peh1 lava no elvctiva pre?l lent, an 1 rn* la ihra^p when w* hoM our meeting*. Tharafore a* we too wnli the F'*ncd ea'el>rati<in, and did net ?*?<) ie? ra?anta?lve. there rrnld rot he a I'n'.iah p*eai< ?nd if 1 her* wa* a per*. a repretentlng hleuelf aa a It wa* b? Ma ?>wn ele-tlon. | JI'Uan aiijcn rorn'ry of tne %ckat N?w ?o?a, r *V 37,

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