Newspaper of The New York Herald, March 19, 1855, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated March 19, 1855 Page 5
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uilHarj attainments, and does not enable him to bear up again* t be conflicting opinions whloh dis tract hie oounciJ* of war. Napoleon wn that he alone m by taking upon hSueir a re Visibility which other* dread to encoanter. For ***** hie whole attention baa beea devoted to the closest and moat minute atndy of everything appertaining to the siege? maps, modeia and plana, covar the floor of hia secret cabinet in the Tuueries and the Court de GrennevlUe. The Austrian mill envoy ia known to hare lately been oloeeted him for honra together, and it la supposed that to this object the attention of both haa been chiefly turned. The Count waa heard to say at Marshal Valiant's, the minister of war, only two da; a ago, that the Emperor waa thoroughly, moat thoroughly au fait with every detail of the siege ! On tbe other hand, the health ot Prince Meuschikoff is said to be sensibly affected by the oonstant anxiety aid close attention the slate of affairs haa thrown upon him. Gen. Oaten Sacken, with a body of 25,000 Infantry, 6,000 cavalry and HO piecea of cannon, baa been repulsed by Omer Fasba, win .' Turks, before Eupatorla, with a Iohs of some 500 men kills d and a great number wounded. It is also said that a body of some thousands, marching to (he relief of Sebastopol, have perished in the snows. Altogether, theretore, it is by no mpans improbable that the Emperor of Russia may eo u ceive the position of things to require hi ? own in spection, for both Emperors well know how impor tant a feature in the Vienna Conference would be either the tall or firm resistance of Seb&stopol just now. The arming of Russia would appear to be som* thing prodigious. Tfie " Imperial inibile militia " ia to be divided into battailous or drutchxntt, each consisting of four companies. The Imperial ordi nance creating it, declares that tbe corps is raised for temporary service, in defence of the faith, the throae, and the fatherland. It ia en v. ted that ex emption from military aervi e hitherto permitted, shall not apply in the present owe, but toat who ever is liable to the capitation tax, or ita equivalent, shall be liable to be called upon to aerve In this corps. Merchants, Jews, and foreign colonists who have beet encouraged to settle in Ituasia, and re ceived grants of land from the Czar, are exoepted. Each battalion or drutchint is to be commanded bv a stall officer, and to have four oaptaios and a staff captain, one thousand sub-officers and soldiers, and eighteen musicians. In order to hasten the forma tion of this corps, a gubernial militia committee ia to be fennel ia every government, and within four teen days after reoeipt of tbe manifesto, the nobles are to assemble and appoint the rendezvous of the several battalions, and make arrangements for their supply and equipment. To meet the expenses or ials corps, special voluntary subscrip Hons are to be made, for whloh the committees will open lists, and to which all persons are summoned to contribute. The subjects of the Emperor are ad jured by their love of country to make sacrifices corresponding to the occasion, and it is announced that the names and subscriptions of all persons will be published. The nobles are to repair to their seve ral localities to exert themselves in forwarding the enrollment. The soldiers must not be younger than twenty nor older than forty five yean of age. In the formation of companies, inhabitants are to be kept together as much as possible. Those who have no firearms of their own are to be famished with a musket and bayonet. Should any fall In battle their families will receive a certificate absolving them from obligations to famish a reoruit at the next levy. The Moniievr confirms the loss of tbe Semlllante frigate, in tbe Straits of Bouifasio, with 700 men. ?n route for the Crimea. Pieces ot wreck of all kinds, it Bays, the bow of a tHgate, a sailor's hat hearing the name of Semillante, the log of that fri gate, Ac., remove all doubt of this melancholy event only one btdy has yet been found. Trie French fleet in the Bla:k Sea now consists of twenty-one ships of tbe line, or first rate frigates. All of them, with the exception of five or six, bave the foil complement of men fixed by the regulation, and may oensequently at any moment become ex cluaively machines of war. Supplies of ammunition have been made on the largest scile; the minimum for each piece being 500 balls, or 47,500 charges for the guns of .'10 only. The sailors have on b ?rd food for one hundred days, and large reserves of provi sions are in the storehouses at Kamlesch and in the Bosvhorua. There 1b no blinking the fact that in proportion a<i the poeitlon of England become* more and more bnmiliatirg, the war increase* in popularity with tie French. The English army is openly spoken of with undiagnised contempt; even the nary, it is predicted, will be found not to be the formidable aflair it hat* been thought to be, and the at cue w*nt of high Kcientific instruction so conspicuous amoog the officers ot the army, and in suca striking eon tram to Fiench, is said to be observable in the fleet. Of this there is no doubt, that the French naval officer is a much more instructed person thin bin rival. Be is not permitted to g > to sea till at seventeen or eighteen years ot age he can pans a scientific examination of the mowt ne*rc dog charac ter, the very enumeration of whioh would utterly confound an English saiior, in whose service the youthful officer is put atloat as early as twelve, and not later than fourteen yearn of age, his only ijualiflcallonH being that he can read and write auu spell and do tbe rule of three, aftsr which he ha* a midshipman's and a lieutenant's ex amination to undergo, but chi'fly on matters of practical seamanship, which his early initiation afloat readily makes him fit for. But in book learn ing, in the theory of his profession, such a person is neoessaiily very inferior to tbe Frenchmen, and it remains to be seen which system is the beat. At first, whan the war broke out, a great diaporition was manifested to argue that the French were being made tools of by the English; but of this we hear nothing low. Ou tbe contrary, I find in many circles anything but friend y to tbe new refine, an expression of f*ith In the Emperor's sagacity, which must be very flattering to hin. It w thought that, come what may? whether legitimist, Orwlanist or repnblioan hold the seatot authority ultlmitel* tbat the bear of France's regeneration hts arrived, and that Englaud will fall in proportion to tbe riie of her ancient rival. It is said that her weakness ?alike parliamentary and military? is being mani fested to all the nationa of tue earth who have locked upon her power hitherto with dread and d if may ; that her assistance to France in this straggle, nugatory as it is, is a unral blot on her escutcheon, which every one of her colonies will be quick to see- that one after the other will rise to ILing off1 the yoke? ! that Spain and Portugal . wno have long leaned upon her tw a buttress, will henceforth only look to Franc*? that intestine strife will fjllo* as a natural consequence; while France, guided by one tingle head, flushed with victory, and delighting in her young energy, will be ready to stretch her hand 1 across tbe channel, to save or to smite. Indeed, pieciftly 'be same reeling at this moment seems to be exhibited towards ring land, which England appears disposed to have towards her present prime I minister? that she has been over appreciated ; and of all the journals, the only one found occasionally to break a lance in her favor is the republican Sterle, which, oddly enough, 1H now trembling for existence in the clutches of imperial authority. For come time past it haa been the only journal < that dared to utter a word in favor of freedom, and j this it did with such cleverness, that without strain ing the law to its extremist tension, it was not easy for the authorities to interfere; and tbe compliments which from time to time made their appearance to the Engliah and their alliance, rendered it awkward ground for meddlistr. But the publication of a feu illfton, bv Eugene Hue, which was ttnnght rather too broad for good morals, has given the govern ment an opportunity it has long been tighing for; and to the great mortification of all the con { cergierie of Paris, who are the most inveterate ad mil era of Eugene Hue, the ntory has baen brought to an abrupt conclusion, and the SnWr Itself has re ceived snch an admonition as baa very aerioualy alarmed tbe proprietary. In fact, it seems to be a a work ot intense labor to keep th at open mouthtd machine? the nresa- at all in the exact order de aired. Even tbe semiofficial journals catch it sometime*, and tbe Contfitutioimei was Hnnbbad tbe other day for putting Sardinia and England as aux- , iliariea of France in the name category: and tie censor h mtelf, who prevented the conclusion of M. Berryer's speech attacking by Implication the Na- j Bleonlj regime, on bis rev;ption into the Academy, ! s been trilled to order by the Emperor, and the remainder of said ipte h allowed to appear, as t>os sessing no dangers for Franc*. But it appears that the Academy has got into the babit of 1 x>kln g to political rather than to literary celebrity, and there is a talk of giving It a thorough haul over. Paris b?? been greatly excited by the trial of a French ooverarM of the name of f)3u<i<?t, for th? death of two children, daughter* of an Englishman cf the name of Marsden, In c'jnsequeoce of Til twage The trial lasted several days, and to the general re grtt of society has ended in her acquittal. She had fi rmerly teen wardrobe woman to the Queen of England , a high testimonial from whom wm pre setted; b?* anything more disgusting than the de tails and tbe abominable accusations she broup'it the children, has seldom disfigure! a court of justice. Biktib. Pari*, March 1, 1855. .interview rf the F.s-Prtttdmt of the United Stair* irith the Ex-Pre?id>nt of the French R/pvblv ? Segotiatunn of Mr. Mr Lane, Committioner to China ? The firrn/uti'n of ronngntd to Anriemt Hutory and Poetry ? Amir if an Merit tal So-ieiy r<f Pmri $ ? Crunadr againit Cored ? ? tSvtttfitaitm* of the H'tnter Beaton? A Day of tyring Sunshine ? Arquu tat rf Aletnnr IkmrUi? flr;<arture t>f le td John Ruttell ? of the Emptrtr ? and P tdmtmt?T\ e Spring Campaign, | er H'ar of the Three Empeiori. Tbe arrival of Martin Van Bona, ex President of the United Stefan, ban oooaalooed a freah manifes tation of the conciliatory policy towards wblch the Emperor of the French umi Inclined In bin rela tione with the Orent Power of the Went On Sat urday, before the arrive! of the ex Preeldeat had become knows nt the American legation, n missive wu received there from the Tnllenea, inviting the aucoeeaor of General Jackson to an Interview at 0 o'clock on the foil awing morning. Meeeengera were at once despatched to various hotels, and to the hotel of Mr. Mason, bat only an accident at length revealed the whereabouts of Mr. Van Buren at 10 e'olcck on Bui day. Mr. Piatt having found him at the Hotel Wagram, hurried to the Tnileriee to state the faet, and also that of the impossibility of dressing the ex- ('resident up in a court ooatume at such short notice. "Let him come, if He wishes, in hia travelling dress," said tin Emperor, who, aa I have frequently taken more pains than It is per haps worth to mention, cares leas for buttons and gold lace, where an American is concerned, than certain "sticklers for court costume" Imagine. The two ex-Preaidenti (ii rot Napoleon III. also an ex Prtsident of a republic?; held a long Interview; but what they aaid about the Kistern question, the rumored visit of an envoy of the Czar to Washing ton with an offer for the cession of the Ituasian ter ritory in America to the United States, the return of Mr. Booll, the resignation of Mr. Mason, the simoon of Know Nothingism, the revelatians'of Mr. Wikoff, and the American ball of the 22d ? if so be they talked of any or all of these topica? your deponent, not knowing, oan't say. Mr. Mcl^ane, American Commissioner to China, has bad several interviews with the Emperor, as well es with Mr. Dronya de l'Huys, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, bat their attention is so fully absorbed by the Eastern, which threatons to beoome the European, war, that they have little time to think of the revolution in China, and his negotia tions do not promise to reach a speedy conclusion. Not even the Si*clt consecrated a single line to the 24th of February, the date of the revolutioa of 1M8. How many centariea have elapsed atnoe it took plaoe ? Did It ever take place ? Or is it a myth, living only In the proae of Lamartine or the verie of Victor Hugo? But, at leaat, both the prose of the historian and the verae of the poet will be Immortal. A visiter Interrupts me aa I write, but he Is wel come, for he brings an Item that will Interest not a few American readers who remember with pleasnie hating attended the meetings of the American Medical Society at Paris. This society continues to prosper. Its library is rapidly increasing. lie weekly meetings are still neld at No. C rue des Quatre Venti, and are attended by many foreigners of distinction, as well as by a growing number of American member*. The society has fairly assumed a position of considerable importance among the scientific bodies of Paris. An election held <>n Tues day evening resulted in the choice of the following officers W. E. Johnston, M.D., (re-elected for the fourth time) ; W. A. Oonwsy, lat Vice President ; Coolidge, M.D., 2d Vice Preaident ; Samuel (Jourdin, M.D., Corresponding Secretary ; G. A. Pearce, M.D., Recording Secretary ; D. P. llolton, i M.D., Treasurer ; and E. B. Crowell, M.I)., Libra rian. The doctore of Paris have joined the journaliHts in j a regular crusade against corsets. In compliance with the request of M. lionx, a writer in the Prtxat, 1 who baa lately attacked with vigor that " outrage against nature "?the modern waist? and which even scuiptor* have been tempted to imitate, for#9t fnl of Venus de Milo, the type of beautv, the cele brated M. Serres, Professor of Anthropology at tue Museum of Natnral History, h>ts elaborated an in genious series of physical, metaphysical, moral and political arguments against the ridiculous and deadly fashion of wearing what Buffon used to call " cuin??es." For the beuefit of my lady reader*, I wish I had time to reproduce the eloquent protest of Profeaaor Serree against cornets. Bat, after all, tco many females wnose eves now peruse these can tesUty, from painful experience, that the evils of the corset are "Miter felt than expressed." Thn winter sea?>on which has just closed? thank God! it has closed at last, and the first spring sun is now shining on my tuile? the winter ssss >o nas been fruitful, as usual, in 1115s ideations. Let me men tion but one or two. A few evening* bttore Shrove Tuesday, a double row of carriages drove up to the hotel of M. and Mme. d'A., in the faubourg 3f. Ger- j main. But the occupants of the carriage*, decked out as they wereir fnll dre?f, were aurprised not to ?ee the window* of the hotel illuminated as they , approached. Their surprise wan soon chang- ; > 1 into mortification, on being succes lively In- . formed by the Swiss at the door that tiev were '.he victiasof a mvstifi atlon? that M. ar.d Mine. o'A., 1 so far frera Riving a party to which they had all re ceived forgtd invilatioLa. were at the Italian Opart, utterly unconscious of the practical joke that some body had played up< n their five hundred acquaint ancee. At tic (itand Open, a few evenings previous to thi a occurrence, a foreigner attracted considerable attention from the bye standen near the italln >Vtrr chfttir, by hi* readings to engage in can vernation with the m. A t tin<t but Klignt attention wiu paid to him; bat the case was different when be Mudien ly began bowing to one atter anotner of the ll> n ant ( the ela^uivtn)la the centre of the p t, ander ! the grand chandelier? then nudging one and an other of hi* neighbor* and exclaiming, "There * Vic- ; tor Hugo! 1-nmartine look* well to-night, don't b?? Wmi gojd friends Juiea Janin and! t hone two (ditorH of AVgaro are -see them nhaking bar d*," etc., etc. In the coune of the animated conversation that ensued the stranger oongratnlated buEnelf uncn having enjoyed, during h i abort real dence in Pari*, the society of almost all the literary 1 notabilities ot France, He had been fortunate enough upon hi* arrival to make the acqua'ntance ot a gentleman who had been of grett service to him in selecting and furnish ing his hotel. Better still, in procuring for h in a complete and magnifl ent library? and better stiil, (Rain, in bringing t> hi* table not a few of the author* of the book* in it. " But the rogue," contin ued the eccentric foreigner, " reserved my greatest pleaaum for the last. I noticed, day before venter day morning, the name of oue ol the most illustri cu* of yocr writers on the bicks of a whole act of my mo*t splendidly bound volume*. I had heardso much said about talis writer, al'bougb I had not yet read hi* works, that I waa seize t with an inexpress ible d? aire to see him. 1 communicated thi* wish to my friend, ard laat evening, for the Brat time, Cha teaubriand dined with me. He's a very funny fel low! " An explcaion of laughter naturally followed thi* an nouncement. But on Inquiry it appeared that thejoke bad its *etiou* tide. T' e Granger bad fallen into the band* of ia chevalier d'mdutlt ??, who had aciually lersuaiied him that he was daily receiving the "il lustrations" of French literature. The chevalier bad flattered himself that he bad opened a new mine, which might be profitably worked to almost ar j extent during the period <?t tue approachlog ex hibition. The mine promised to yield an richly a* another, which las been exbau-ted? perhaps 1 A Fiecch journal Hay* "those oatentatiou* Americana who made a gteat show once are qnlte gone out of fashion. Yen renumber their pretensions to re ceiving only an exquisite portion of high society . they alwayn found tome complaisant tiued individual who uecd to charge himself or he-Rtlf to oonduct the //rati mondr to their parlor*, and wbo did the honori ot their b< use to hi*, or ber, own friend*." I* this mine quite exhausted ? I wish it were. Celestine l?oudet, tried for alleged Irjuriea to an English pupil, which resulted with, or wit'iout an Intent to kill, in death, ha* been acquitted, but she I* not yet dif charged from priaou. Hhe wi.l be sub jected, per ".* | f to a trial under another indictment. Great surprise hi* beer occasioned by thi* acquittal, but the jury I* not, it is thought, exposed to the reproach ot havirg yielded undue weight to the testimony of noble and even royal witnease* to the honorable antecedents of the accused. All that testimony cannot shake the public impression that ber antecedent* were *adly contradicted by her barbarous treatment of the poor little girl* of l>r. Marten Mile. Ooudet waa formerly in the servie ot the tjueen ot Kngland. Isrd John Kuaaell haa left for Berlin, on his way I to Vlerra. The f mirror left yesterday for tfce camp of Bou , lc fine. Tlil* tune hi* departure is announced in the pntcra. ItuhsiA baa declared war against Piedmont, and tbla is hut one of the " aigna ot the times," betoken ing a speedy opening of the sp-ing campaign, which i> all cad y named "the War or the Three Knperora." FtoaM. Dmlh of the Kmperor of Htiaaln. tOMMKVTH or Til* RHITtSn !-??**. [Kk'Si tb* Liverpool, March 3.] Thi? event wax announced to I ?rlum"ot Laal night by tb<- Miaiater* of the Crown a? having taken piaca, sad tl.e noiatcg which it produced in both branch** of tb* 1 ?* lalature on not greater than that which it will eaaa* throughout Furop* and ths world. Of th? r-ertalnty of tha Kmperor ? >1?ath DO doubt o*ad bs entertained. I /if'l John Knas*ll. wbo la aow ia tb* Pruaaian capital, flrat t*>ef rapbed h>>sa that he had I/md struck by apopUty ?waa on ths point of.death. aart had ju?t taken Ua?? of hia family. This was ahortly followed by another tela f raphle Bteiaag* from tta British MinuUr at IWrlia, to tb* efleet that he actually siptred at ?t. I'storaburg yeaterday moralog a*, oae o'e^iek It ia bard.'r poaxlbls ti< ovwrrate ths importance of the eitincMoa of thu alrgl* Ufa ia tha preeaot rlreumstaofw. of th:? and cthar c. uatnaa Ita elfe?t moat b? *r??t an1 imradtate. ?ad it U in or* than prohibit- that the bloody I hafsrt He' a-tof la wfcch thoo ?and* of II van would certainly b? sacrificed, mtj i? ?pared by the ?vent which we mboudci thl* bmvIb|. In the case uf the erUaetioa of tdnpotlg mounk Uk* tha Emperor of Kuseia, whose will wm the law of fifty or sixty million* of people, the policy which he e m hod lei white firing, die* with him, and tba restoration of p?ac? hecovea, under the circumstance*, lea* a matter of doubt than of certainty. The fate wfctch baa overtaken thin great but unscrupu lous monarch, aupposing him to hare died a natural, and not like many of hi* predeceiaori, a violent death, demonstrate*, in the strongest poaaible manner, how feebl* the moat potent bocoine wnen uoauitained by tliat moral power which 1* stronger tlwn cannon* or bayoneta, or the moat deadly Instrument* of war Twelve month* back, before the declaration of hostilities Nicho'a* Romanoff, who now lie* a man* of clay in hi* anceatral liali* on the Neva, waa the moat proud, th* moit powerful and the most arrogant sovereign on thla planet, but thl* email interval <>f time ha* servel to re cuce him to a condition morn pitiable than the humldest cf hi* eerfs ; for in hi* nefkrion* attempt to *ub jugate a weak and a near neighbor, he outraged jus tice, provoked the hostility of the Weitern I'owers, stirred np resistance throughout Europe to hi* dicta tion, ana lived long enough to discover that the pre pared strength of a long reign and nlmont boundless e? I pire, wa* utterly futile in the pursuit of a bad purpo-e The moat conservative ruler in the world fell almoit literally by hi* own hand when lie pushed hi* agressions on tin property of other* beyond the kounil* of endur ?nee. The violation of the commandment which told h;m to respect hi* neigbl'Or'i pronerty ended in hi* des truction ? in that prostration of the mental and the physical powers which superinduced apoplexy Although our onemy, It i* useless to deny tha>. the dead Cxar ?a? a great man a* well a* a mighty potentate. Notwithstanding tbe inelaa eholy fact ol a quarter of a million of human creature* having periahed, oo? way or another aince thl* war began? sacrificed in point ol i fact, to the insatiable ambition of an unscrupulous ruler, yet he had many fine qualities of head and heart and to auch of tse British nation a* settled in Kua ia he ' wa* extremely partial, and always paid tlmm the mo-it I marked attention. The lion preys not upon oarous?ea. We can afford to do justice to departed worth even in the perron of a foe, and It I* not toe much to nay that If he had terminated hi* career without the Turkish ag gression which produced thia war history would have enrolled him atnotgst the moat intellectual and success ful monarch* of modern Europe, l'erhaps it 1m a* well for the future peace of the world that this outbreak of Russian rapacity took place when it did, for guarantees will now be enforced which will effectually prevent Its re|>otitlon. The fangs of the wolf will be drawn, and the lesson which he ban been taught will tell npon hi* sue ceaeoni for centuries. The Ctar was born on the 6th of July, 1704, and If he lived uitil summer, would have attained his tifty-ninth tear. He dleo not of old age, but of a broken heart? of the disappointment caused by the utter failure of all his , scheme* of aggrandisement, the prostration of all his hopes ? a terrible example of the eflecta of unhallowed ambition. Before a great event like thia, all the other foreign af- 1 fairs of the week fade into insignificance. [From the Manchester Examiner, March 3. ] The telegraph yesterday morning announced that In telligence nai been received from Berlin of the danger ous illness of the Emperor of Rusiia. This waa the first Intimation that had been made of even the indisposition of tbe t'xar. Tidings rapidly followed of the fatal ter mination of hi* illness. When tbe House of Lords met last night, Ix>rd Clarendon made the astounding state- I asent that be had been informed by a telegraphic mes sage from the British Minister at the Hague, that oar imperial foe, tbe mat Autocrat of all the Russia*, had , been suddenly selxed with apoplexy, and was no more. ' lord 1'almerston made tbe same announcement to the House of Commons, and there can be no doubt that the ! intelligence is authentic. This audden and unexpected event will unquestionably exercise a most impoitant influence over the future course of European politics. We shall not presume to ' ?peculate on the possible modifications which It may | produce in the existing relations between Russia and tbe other great power* of Europe. The close of the career of sucb a potentate, in tbe midst of a great con teat that threatened such disasters to tbe world, will not fail to arouse conjectures and suspicion* aa to the meana whereby his life had been so suddenly terminated. The cause of liia death is said to have been apoplexy; and when we remember the fact that be ha* loug been supposed to labor under disesse of the heart, an I how greatly the toils and anxieties of tbe past year must have presided upon bis mind, we can readily believe that Ms career ha* been cut alnrt by an apoplectic seizure II his death should tend in any way to facilitate paace, it will prove a great blessing to the world, and we can only hope that his successor may ?-!?? the opportunity of inaugurating his reign by frank aa^urancs of hi* da termination to give every nasi nable a?-curity for th* maintenance of amicable relat'ons between Russia an>: tbe Allied Hjwer*. Ijoril Palmcratoii'a Krronatrurtrd Cnblnet. [From tbe Assembl, e National*. March 1 | The success of the new mini-terial combination will depend altogether on tue governmental qualities winch l ord Palmer-ton will bring to hi task. He would b< prime minuter lie 1- alone, or at lea*t he baa no long er at hir aide any colleague in a situation to divide with him tl>e honor and the danger of toe strujrgtee wh'ch await him A great min'*tvr,a ron-ummate tateamau, a flratrata orator may enflloe peihapa for u single un ler taking lor our part, we have never been of the opinion that Lord I'almer-'un bad tliequalibcelions neces try to elevate him to ruch a height of power and even hi? friend* appear quite prepared ju t now to acknowledge that tley have exaggerated th* p< wer which they at tributed to him under the gui e of a badly acquired DO pularity. 1 he more be ascends, the more do - he realixe and Justify the judgment pa* <?,) up >n him by llr.lh raeli. He owe his chief parliamentary popularity a l og land to the 'act of his having been 'he auxiliary of a. the revolutions of the continent, and In having prumae <o covtr Europe with constitutional monarchic*. Ill English people are prodigiously fond of constitutiona cot for tl e latt? r tkemsi Ives. ev p?r lence hs viog proved to th< in that like their minister it is well tor tbem t be on go< d terms with every ,ro\ ? rnrr.ent but becaus they are accustomed to feel that English Influence is connected with the pr gress of cooatitut ioaaliara . and revolution* are alway* agreeable to th ia? whom they en rich, .lust at this moment there is something lit e a re turn to this species of propatrandism in Englant. anl even this folly has >ucc**d*d anMher, namelv the war spirit which ha- turned all the bea<:? of tbe rati u in > rent of de irlnm If l/ ril falmeraton has not all tfce talents which constitute a great minister, it ctnnot t>e denied that he is tl.e man of this situation, ths natural reprt seritative of thl' exaltation of tbe national spirit, which he has done -n much during so many < ears tu ge Derate to foster, and to support Wli) England Pallet! In War llfUtli. TIIK OO VICKNHKNT OF AS OLIGARCHY- ri'HTHKH EI WMIOH OK DKMOCRATIO Hivil MKNTM ur TIIK LKADft'G NRWHPAPKR Of LONDON, [Krom tl>* I>oodon Time* March 1.] W* ar* not go'ng r*p*at ja*t *t if: la mim*nt tb* thousand and on* uoriei of woeuerful tnUmmna^'nent lu thin NMltlkll war Vl Mill a<!d to IIimui ! j tb* riot'D. fcrerybody you meet h*? a fre?h inataiic* of ab aurdity. Indeed, it I'm ijq y 1>md I y accident that go n-rnnicnt ? w> beg to on th* word without diirtlnctiou of pa?t or prrwiit, or thin minuter or tbat ? happen* to be right V* b?v* alreadr dwelt on tha gigantic extrara gance described by \4>r<i llardwii k? on Taaadajr n'ght, In which, ? mply from not knowing t L ?? uaoal term* on which ?t*ami-r? were engaged. hundred* of tbouMKb of pound* w?r? flung ?w?; trati'cut among lh< t-iui ? |.?rk?t tompau *? Hogitrth'a rake com* t i hii fortune and rurtouDdcd by jock*>* nutkitm, rook*. tailor-, ?nd lea* m*ntiotj?ble trafficker*, ia bardly to a morn helplea* condition hardly mora expo**<l to genera' oe predation tban tha highly r**pe<-tahl*, rw?cl?ntloii? and jmlnataking gentli men wbo ar? olag the ku*in**a of thi* war. Th* wor?t la, that wh*n a gr*at coup bat been don* 1 and re<ei?*d tlx' dmmI of public coo^ratuiation on a>I ?id*! a horrible doubt xuddenly obtru'J*" it?e.f that att*r all, It wna a blue i?r. Pi* Halnklava and .Her, a* topol llailroad ?a? received with unireraal acclamation. 1> ng before a rail had paa *d through th* Hoaphorua Mr. J'tto wa* a baronet, and the only fear *ai tbat th* gentleman of th* ~t*l! In th* ('rime* might f**l too j?aloti? of lb* c|?llun< It in now aaid on t#t y good authority that a plank roal, which wa-, mdaad. aug i/*?t*d n th* * column", would bar* b?*n ma > by Oil* time, and wculd bar* an *fr*d tb* purpoa* quite a wl! in * ?cry re?p*ct. except only one? vix.. that i' would hardly hare carried a baronetcy. W* mention II. ia by th* way. I onf***:ng our~?l?e- to bar* mu<-b of the ferpi? nty 'hat muat a ".end the ooodu<-t of a new war under extraordinary drcumatanc** aftar a **ry long itttnal of peace, w* are our r*ad?r? to lontnni la'* for a moment thi* bug* and deplorable fOet ihia inin-en ?* maa* of ignorance. con ? fuaion, bewilderment, blunder*, aud rrixapurp' ?**, ia bigb <|uart*ia W* t*g our r*ail^r? to note that thia Igi.otanc* and h*)p!e*?nr>* ia not ui-r< |y n tb* art of j war. not in Rtra'cgy, t?<-t:r*. and |?U'b recoa?4lte and < purely military alTa.ra, but in lb* m*cbanlnal ar'a in comnierre. In buamaaa and ia found :a tb* adalmatra- , tii'0 of th* Bi<?t m*rban al f"rnm*rclai, aod buaiaeaa Ilk* nation IB th* world It not onJy *ila*t? It pr**aila, it obUlnp, it gro* a. itextecla It* dark ooud ?It thrwateo* to f^brcur* th? ?Liil* off.rial pky ir a. cu irb t>iat wh*refuAC tiooarleadid flatter tbetn*elv*a tbry knew a thing or two, they at* now found mor* ignoraat vuaa any mercbant'* cKrk you mar m**t la Cbrahlll ln*t*a'l of tak ng a gl<? n.y mol thla fact, or a ma linoua >i?w, tod inatead of atte-i ptiag t? lay down any theory of our own, we will coatei.*. oirt*lT*a with rail ing tha attention of our pfailotwphar* ant aeiaua ? if tkrr* are any in tbla ? nimoo ?im, eommoa plac* Bi itter of fart rcubtry ? to Utia r*ry proper objact ol ?p*rulat.i n. lh*r* ar? many aacb facta .n 'b* wo-id, and ba?" bren mai.y n tlm>* pa>t ? that la fa?t< of *iactly tbe character, and 'act* of exactly tb* oppotit* i haract* bo' ?<'] ba ng a ron>u>on r? u 'em >? to the . orapara". it* n,e. b*oici and roc.m*r*ia knowledge of th* gotTi B* and th* g< ?? r&ed c . *.?*'? ?or nampla, our r**pectabl* alli*?, tha Turl? tloughtl.ay ?M?ir t' hare tome Inkling of military aciene* la a ? t;l*rf tbelr own ara rrt ,ep?n :*ot > c tha 'Jr**k? and Airrenin; * fir trad*, art. *c.?n<-a, an . buaic*** waya. Or tha intrary, wkrt w* gn to India tboocb *r? ara tb*r* not ool; a go?*ix nf c^?a, but a L-.*-e haodful of Falac.f ?? utaud at a * a-t aup*fon'y to the oa'Uaa In fact, our wr l*r* ?m. cadata, tf they or* g'nlfor asyth.og? tnd ntoatof them ar?? be"-nB? * t&* ?: >p>uter< of tl?r ,a'. < n to mi Ilk a around th- r:. TU*y . 6't p*rbapa, <0 ar a>ucb a* *.h*y might, thougb i'km of th* n harar peoed trada? ma-'a rc ad? r*r.':*-?d ri?ar* navigab *, auak we,; foundad ?:t *? mtrodo^* : *c,aaca an4 Im prorad, If aota;w?< U.? a-pactof tfcaoustry at ?? ?. : tba conditito of th* people <>n* t.vr.g Uower.r ' bey can do, an I xr* r ot V*t < id*n to tb* aa'.itra for t * na r**aary matruetu n. Tiay can make wa- Ikty can rol lect *< ppile* th*j caa erocaatrat* malarial, they >aa **'alih.b iragaxta>- tb?y r*a raaiia farc?d mar*be?' o"t, ln'le*d. without a i.ft*risg for they ba<a .!?ae?t* e?m* Uu*i totra??r<*. but, at all a**at* ? th a *uaeo> '*r abOT* tbat of their ka.-^ar'- ata*oal-t Th ? a?: | rf la India It l? th* ea * of 'be ^rwnck ia A.g?ru It w?- f?n*rii,y th* r ? b* R.?ig wbertter "key w*nt and th*ir *ut>*rlor katwleig* ib ?,.? m*c- ii ar, me- haakal bu? o*a* ef w< - roatc bnted a* m . -h t* tbetr uotTareal 4 m a a >< '!?*lr d'e'ip. aa aa '. r?4 .r l< waa r*ry canch th*caa* of tba :*?ra?*nii It ?*? ? Ika e??*i,f 'ka buraara far tb?y ? arw v x-jierkria i art and ?:?aw m ia ar;-*. W* kin dUctalaad the intention af theorirlag oa tfeeea ImU, Uongh. af wurwTi a hail mot aaewpe tea MupielM of a daiaito ?lew. U it Mt the Iwt u w* ?tlU it, that thi* great oouBnotil and mechanical eonatry U governed by aa official body oomparatiwaly ifnotaat of ca?merca ami Um mechanical art-' U it not true that there U *0 actual nlf bat wet a tbia body and thm aurroundlng bopalailoo r The functionary 1 wante to know ?ome email matter of buiuBeaa or nadta alci, aad not only 1* ha at a loan blmielf, but poiltivaiy doe* not know where togo (or Inatructioa or aid. Whom U be ta a*kk Hi* colleague*, hi* fellow governor* and ruler* of high and low degree arc all equally ignorant. But be I* obliged to give order* and enter into negotia tion* with tbe onUiderx? that U, the governed claeae*. He faaeteii they at* all in a conspiracy to cheat hi 'ii, lib* a par'y of hotel keener* or gullo* concerting the pluncer ol the wealthy Kagllrli tnurial. < .in he get on* ot them to |>?a< b on the nut? But th? mag *ln> W tray n 111* own cla?a will betray aoybodv el?a ('an no buy hu aualiliaryv What i* toe value of bought know leelgaV Certainly it i* a very hard chum The ui'Bint-T cat. not conault a eoul out of bi* own cla?? without the ; fear of tailing Into *0111* job tr committing noma epua tnucowe buinO'r, wciob uiay coat half a million or ?<>, and, what ia whim- leave toe work undone. The official, cf course, will open ail bi? eye*, nil hi* eare, evary pore in bi* nkin, to be ou hie guard, but then come* the worat { of all lb* ino? fatal cour?e I* that evenaeive ?i|?pl':loo that make* a ininikier or 11 ?ut>ordina'.a f unctionary *u* pect even body, reject nil advice, and confound the p it riot and the roi'ii* the tiinely augcextion and the n.n<> I i job. V a atiall end a* we began. We did u'it prop "ta j aa) thing ?!*? tb ? f 4??ttlR tt> afllatal ''It." It i* ? m- -lancaoly fact Mere wo am. a great commercial, bu- ! *lc?*? likv. ahij bull lion, railway mating, provtei.n (lulling. everytl .ng manufacturing n .t on, g vern?d by a t atber clo?? mm compact body of men, who know ' nothing a' all ol thiae thing* any mora than they know how to cook tbeir dinuera or to make their own clothe* | l<?ril I. limit nail l<ard Ilat;lnri. Tlie folio *li.g la a copy ol the letter addreaaad by L?rd Lucan to h rd Ibiglan compiaio-ng of the expreaeion u?ed ia I*>rd itaglan despatch deaeribing tbe charge at Halaklava ? Ha 1. a K i.a> A, Not .tit, 1H54 My l>ord ? In your lordaliip'i report of tli? cavalry ac tion of Halaklava of tbe '.1Mb ult., given in the paper which have ju,?t arrived flow Kngland, you oo*?rr? " (hat front *? 10* mim onception of the in*truciloa to ad vance, the lieutenant- general ron-idered thai he wan bound to attack at allhararda, and he accordingly order ed Lord Cardigan to tnnva forward with the I glit bri gada." Surely, uy Ixird, thi? I* a grave charge, and an | imputation reflecting * on my nrof?aiional cha racter. I cannot remain ilent. It Ln. I feel, incumbent on me to *taie tho?e fact-, which I cannot doubt mu<t clear me from what I re pectfully nubmit ia altogether unmerited The cavalry waa formed to support an in tenita) movement of the infantry, whan CapUIn Nolan, tha aided* camp of the l/uartermai'ter tlvneral, name up ta me at epeed, and placed in my hand thin writtun Instruct ten: ? l.ord Raglan wi?ba* th? cavalry to advene* rapiiily to tbe front, follow the enemy, and tr* to prevent tbe no-in) car rying away the rnne Troop or hor?* artillarr nmy a. eoui pan/. I'remb cavalry la 011 jrour loft It AIKKV After carefully reading thl* order, I hi?itated and urgfd tha uaeleeNnea* of aurb an attack and the danger* attending It. the aide da camp, in a Mil authoritative tone.itated that they were Ixird Kaglaa'a oritur* that the cavalrj ahould attack immediately. 1 aaked him, "Kbere, and what to do V' a* neither enemy nor gun* were within eight, lis rapliad in a moat illtreiipectfu! but algnlHcani manner, pointing to the further end of tbe Talley, "There, mjr Izird, i* your enemy, there are your gun* " Ho dletinct, in my opinion w*? yonr writ ten inatruction, and >11 poeitlve and urgent weie the or der* delivered by the aide de camp, that 1 fait It wu im peratlTe on me t? obey, and I informed l/>rd Cardigan that he wae to advance; and to the objection* he made, and in which I entirely agree.1, I replied tbat the order wa* from your Uirdehlp. Having decided, agaiurt my conviction, ti mike the movement, I did all tu my power to render It a* little perilou* an prnt tlble. 1 former tbe hrlgad* tn two linen and let to It* euppcrt two regiment* of heavy cavalry, tbe Scot* Gray* and Koyal*. and only halted them when they had reeched tha >|ot frtin wbicb they could protmtt tbe retreat of the I Ight Cava ry in the event of tbelr being puraued by the enemy, and when, having already loat many offlcrm and men by tbe tire trom th? batteri'n and I fort any further advance would hava eijeiaed them to 1 tle?trtictlon. My l.ord, I eon?ider at the time ? I am ?t II of the ?ame opinion ? tbat I followed the only courie upon tn me. I A* a I.ieutonant-Ceiieral. doubtleaa, I have durrellonary ] power; hot to tale upon ayaell to difObey an ord<-r I written bj mv Commarder in-Chief within a few nrnntea of It* delivery, and givin from an elevated position corn- I macdlng an entire view ol all the hatteriea and tbe poaitinn of the enemi , would h*ve b?en nothing l-?< ! than dlrfct dlMibedlence of ordera, without any other re.ivoa than that 1 preferred mv own opinion to that of my !?> reral, and. in thl* m*t*nce, rnu?' hare ei po ed me and the cav alry tn >afer*lnn> againat whlc'i It m'ght have been Oifflciilt to detend oureelva* it rhould aleo l>e rrineml'eied t bat the aide de camp, well intornied of the int? ntion? of ti 1 a Deneral an I tbe object* he had in view, after llrnt inaiiting on an mine ?Hate charge, then placed himeelf in front of one oi the leading ?i|uadrro*, where he fall th? Itrat vic tim. I eld not da?e *0 to (llnobey your loidaliip, and it i* the opinion of every "Ulcer ot rank tn thl* army to whoui 1 have rh< wu your Inatruction* that It waa not po?'ib'e for ire to do an. I l.ope u>y lord, that I have elated the facta t<-mp*r ? t? > and lu a becoming and leip'Ctlul inanuer a it bae b?en my wUh to do. I am contl lent that it will !* your <*e?ire to do me jnatice I will onlt aak that jroir lon'al.ip ahould kimllv give the name publ < ily to thi* ietter that ban be> n given to your report, a* I *in eenaitlvely anklou* to ea'laf) my aoveriign. rnt mill tary *uperlur* and the pobllc, tbat I hao* no' <?n thia unhappy oeeaoon *hown myaelf undaeerriu^ of tbe r ifiti ? nc? or unlt'ing tha commao-l wbu-hl hold ? I have the honor to ka, Ac., MIOAN, lj?uten?ot-(jeneral. Comiranding '.'avalrr UtTlaton. Hi- Ixcelltnry the Con. urn. der of tbe Korce*. /nniit r Inaiilmi ?llnntlrin. the ronitiblinifU ?itnl|"a<Iriil of t b<- '/ mini) I'hn-rtiilr after (?) a rit. in* ten impatience of th? /'>uaae? for an ae?ault, ?tate? tli ?t a large arm*d dcputati n wa'ted llmitil <.'anrot>ert to inaiit that he Rfi'ild give orcer* for the etorrtimir, and to declare 'hat ui>l*aa tie trdrra were giren a t one* trey themaiihca would rimlK- an attack forthwith Ih* Oi neral tried to tNion with t hi m but they only bwknM imirf ohatinat* and , d'trrniHH^. *e tig tbat icmc dimlta atcp nniat be taken to pnaetTe authority and pieaent maurrec ti>n, Canrt l"rt ordered mi' the 47th r- [fluent of the line. and a battery ? ' frld aHl'lery. *ad having iriud tl>? ring leer era ii> to ? i wand a to /nuatt. nhot twelve of them In preaeori o' the whole rkmp ? a piece or?o*rir*t.e a c ti< n wl.icb bef at onoe the happy effect ? f rendering tin > r?it< r? mil' b more eat.*!!*-! wi'h th* conduct of the ?|eg* and lea* i!|*|.owd to try the re?t?lii>g power <f tort < ODatkOt'.D* and iti aia'er hetleriee. on Iheir own *tr 01. nt 'J liin affair (?;< the corr??pnu lent which I j beve every rixwi t? believe ml, w?a, of roorxa, aa nrnli aa |.<>e*ihle hu'hed up in the ramp lint that It la r< t a tin >?* i 1? rumor I may itntiri to nwrt baring h- aril o! It from a aource nut likely to he imam for mail. 1 hr General Arming In Iltiaala. 1h?' Inralulr Hvtir puhltahea ilia regulation prepared hr tl.e Ilrectii'g Mniate. anl ratified by the ' ar for tfie < rgaoiratlori of the "l:i periil M"b.le Milltla. " aa the new coipa decried in the imul tnanifeaUi la to I* railed. Th* ordinance ia di?M*d into nina amnion* and i in ? j ieren pttravraph*, and in I he original flUa aetan folio rolomna. The flrat claua* of tie document lar** that tt't 'orpe rai-ed for temporary aervl e. In defence oftlefai'.b, tli* throne, and the fatherland Ilia en eated that ejemptliu* from mi' tar/ aervoe hitnart<> ,t'#d, alia!! not apply in the preeant ca e hut that la lie Me to the capitation Lat, or ila equivalent, ahall tie liable to | e railed up n to ?erre In Snia rorpa Merrhanta. Jewe and foreign er lorlata ?bu h?r? l??n encouraged In **ttie in Kua-ia ha . recti** granta of land fr'totli crown, aie e?. *pt?>. The eorpa Will be 4 vlded into I attaljor. ? or druachinee eacli roiiaiatlnc of fjur ''' "i ? yi-niea lach 'JiUf liine i* to be ? i maiaiided by a itaR ? ffcer and to have four captain- and a ataff captain, 1 'Ml eut fbcara and mUiera, and 11 ruiiciaw, la order to haa'en tf.e formation of the ei>rpa a (>ihern;al militia ron.mlt'ee ia to bi- formed in e??ry roeernmeat and w thui lourteen daj a after the re< iipt ol the manifeato the nolle are to aa emble and appoint the reodeirou of the aaveral tattaiiooi. and Bake arrant men'a for their ? upply and equipment To meet the ei, .n,? of the o-w c. rtia a|>erlal *? Tolnn'ary 1 aub enpt'ona ara to he n de f r which the cosiaittee* w II open hat an I to wbicjt all perai.n* ?re aumiKioad to oulrl '<ute the >1 bjecta of the 1 mpemr are adjured bv their I aa of t he. r eiiontry to n aka >acrificea r. ire?p. n''io? to th? oe fji ? D. and t la announced tbat t'.e naaiaa ao 1 aub acrtjitloaa i f all p-rxna w U V publi-hed The d blea, ai aoi n aa they hare dehberalad a- c. r ; ri( t> the direr tir-na fo;e|'inf ar* to repali U their ?eeeral loralltlea ? i. eiart themeelrei ia forwardin* theenr- lm*nt. Hie Mj dwra mnat D"t be younaer 'ban tw??t y, aor oi ler thaa !orty fit* >** r? of a#* ?? tti? format on of <-wm par. ea. loh.iM'an'* of th* aan.* ? .la re are to b* aept to Ite'her a- far aa poaaiM* Tin ea who haae ao A rearroi of 'he r own ara to be fornial.ed wi'h a lauaget and la met 1 he ? i?pli y ment of the m itia t? to he ,tiM lame of the ( mr aadtp>n ' ?' tfffii aim of tb* ?ar II perai Da aeraieg in the c jrpa w II be allowed t ? *? i.ark to tbe'r bomea Hhoald aay fall in battla th"ir famillea will receite a certift at* ikeilr u( tkm fltitn ? I j-ation '0 fumlab a reeralt at the neit I way. Ituaata and Hardltila. T)-.f follrw n* ia a 'ranalation f tKa circular al '??ad hy f'ouat Seaaalride to Kuaalan ??et,ta la 'm ga [??ataa, aotUyitif that Haaata la at war with Carina - ft I'll meet ao ? at, IT !**?. I be Court of ? ? wiU, wa doubt aot, atara 'be *pi aii n "f the 1 (Tiparor up< a It * pi lie* o' I a Ma a.ty tb* h of of far>'.iuia, at a (aiiment when that *i.T*ral?B, Wlihoat any catniiUt motta* witho>it a' r keglMnata rj. of romp a al. aad wiVm* eaen tie a<t ? ? f IS* .ma leat infnr g'n.eot upam th* d rwt nt ra?ta ?if hl? roi ntry, ka* p'.aoed at tba I'iapi.-al u' I jliMa r f-jx i'canir.f vn for tti* iaaaaii a > tb? f'r'aiea In -^li!ag th a ?'*p th* I'ar'i i.iao g.i*?n>ir*n' appear) to a a* latt It to the care if tb*p?b|r|cvira-l aa'* HI ? f ?? a?ge?. inn wblcb it haa arrt ttou. ht fit lo;i.?'if? by a 'ieelafat.oa of war Ve unde-itaft ! the niotlaa of tb.a al'arre the ( owl i f Tur a, we atmi? it Wbuld /. aa a 1 *"W. e diftrul'y It 'Oiii .lat ng ita I' licy w iti t e aa' aal ?*i.t jr.**' of it# coai.'ry It would haa* ?i|?' n?1 'MRcu.ty inmaamg i*a praa^t roa !w ' tar a?< aiaa w, h ' ' aa' ??t ivwewirt of tha bwtie* if -a" ' Ts coeaul'ibf 'be aerial* of ita blatory it w (M ' I* th* o lan* >/f a Itaaalai. a may ? aa ( t'.* *l>a, It' I # trae Itw V H'mil Wiri a' m;?Mi a fad* I' la UK foiit'ill ?' tba (abaneta of l?-;'"p*. ia the ? ? i f 'be f?r. percr Alai iB'.ar i?f gUe-oaa mawr; I* a a? ib Kaa* a who 'eat her falth'U ?f|*rt tba la ,,ry n 'awe* of J<ar i>a. wb*a '.ha boaae af l*?a?y we* re f?e* lad a a tb* Uifi W* af It* lacaataii M t w* loally r*a%U U. mi ad ti>a' al lb* a?(Tva pwwd. If Or.' a wa* r* ?ai'*4 ta> tba kiagtawi i* >aai a a t i* b it' a* tl a la^arUI faMaal ram*a H tae a^? a <r a/ Beitria* at U* lam* tiaaa tba (WW1 ?*"(*? pnaa^ea ty ? n'tVa geaatneaa of the whirk t a ara* wf >;??.? h ki it*.' eii w teat ear !xa? a tofwtga /aba ? 1 \ not prornkisd by her 01 l,aow>a? ?" Hie attitude tbua uiuboI by Hardiau ? .<1,..,. foinial declaration of war, aa we hare aUUd Woum make na doubt what nana we ought to gtv* to tha ami hary troopa deaticed to larad* our frontier* under iu fog of a country with which ?e bate hitherto been it, tnf in peace. ,IT However, if tha Court of Turin loeaa aijf >it of tbe iiriu 'iplr? and ruatoma coneecratad bjr tba Uw of n*tinn< a a Wa immutable rule of tba int.rnatioul elation. -,f tbaui" Kmparnr, for bia part, ia reaolved iu obaarva With Ihia intention bia Imperial Majeaty ferla it in runbant upon him to daclare that peace ia iU jure and iwTki bS Pl" ?"? of ho.tflitr, tba mi nt ' " "" ?,J" u'K'n lli" ft*rdisian got or u In^ib ";T" 11 ,h* ranpooaibillty thereof, Kurop* * ? of lit country an t of all l>!V^r7 7!?Cl*!l' U" ?""1 P-?" to apptweiAU) It euldiift 01 the court ? f Sardinia whm it ha. d.wm- I It opportune and loyal to turn it. .rma main t u a< 1 1,^ ?'r> moment >lm ?h, eabio-t .nfrad TnU, a - ,h' "???? t? ?*? n o unuer-iood iy the cabinet at Turin in f?. i ?>,,)? 1! !. 1 T","i " "f c,nlral Kuropa wl?e|y iuterno-.d ? ' ?""?onty to prrT.nt one o the belli ?l ,h :."r fr,"'n, r,rr" 1 "* iu '?? tha Htate* ?? ? 1 "vl"", th*"' neutrality r?|wl?J. tba ' KwWoii.^iit, 1*m cbary of ||ir WwmI of Italy U.\ t"'"r 't out for a cauae 'oreijfti |? |mlltr bill 11 U! iuteie.ta of ,ta nati n Kor, in'XIl i?t bi tha .H? ,h"1 "?* ""'<"?>'?* her ha,. ?5rrMt,Tb'"rr- u,*t ,o ???? L-TZSMS&Z ' - - - J" tbla '"tter I'oaer, If we *r? ri*hlly inforai-1 we wIM not* '1 8?"ltai*n tro,i" "?'>?? '"turn md - Will not nay In ita pa* , an we wiah to a!.?t;, n fto,u ounoir* the na'ionnl lealinifa of a rounlry with wlncli U, our reg re, ... ?b,)ut u, b<. w? 1 w"'c". I nil, 1!|W^ "?"?Umlin* thie m-rawliy, the Kn.peror will mill tK ,h" pr,T"'* Ku? i? t? i'r,V n nt "immerulal relation -.lib Kun ia. Tliey ib?ll not under from the error- of iheir Dlre'iuTll i"y Ht* *l "Oiain ia th- .,11 P " " Vi u,"1*r tl,# l'r"te?lion of our law ? ao kmx an tlic^r <io not infringe th?*m thi'm.'j?" """ wl" '-"--'Tth <????. to an joy ^ nffil"^l.V ?dW'U,y t"t'" ,.h"" ^ ",r<l f,,r lh# Jointure of Herdiai.n te?ael? thiit may he actually In Ru?,ian porte. Th,. -,? iu Hu?" 111 """ wlthJn",D ,r"B' "^r-lUli in cu. uh lh. Kuaalan amenta at (ianoaand Nice will.lao iwoolra ordera to anaia-ud tha eierclae of thetr functiona ira-a Sl^of ^rIlnilOUfDtT'M.wb*T'M >,r"k"" "r "'? from the mom. ut It acrivle.! i? thu treaty ol alliance concluded on tha loth of April, 1N64 b. twei n t.reat HnUin and Krance. P ' * jhf* Kmprror hM ?leijfti??i| to rliar^# tn? toruiniauni rate thi-ee deurmmationa to all frieudly powara. Nftl-ICI.KUIIK Thr Priiaalon Negotlatlona In Pnrta WK""I , M "'TKHV"?w WITH ha rill.KOV ? Wl ATTIIK UNO or FHIUHIA AOKEK* Til ?<> ? flow nolihbbtv or dkhatk i-ruhittrii t? ukh. Ob !r* 'i.h, *.V ^^"('"'Jence of |>,?doo rime. ) with M .".i h"' ?n '??*r?,.w lie wa. iJn J . ""'l lh"n "llh U>* ^mparor. lie waa well receira.1 by bi tb and neitbar apte-HV. to th'.*?'"?, l3, "'ultw")' l*'i?u?K? Tb!r??tb that In, the Kmperor and hie mini .Ur? obaarra l that ofl'iil?'! ".h P'"??ur" the adyauiaa made by t|?. hinic I of I lunlu that they accepted with rati farU.m tliaovar Mir"tKtPoT.' 7 ""l*"* r-4ito *he nam. of tha Kibk au?l (Jtat the? wero <!Uiiomm| U> ir?*i m*t, .mi-u inaTh ? T'"' '"r"1*' wl"' ?0?c?hh| m a.a.,m in(( ber place In tba confarenoM at Vleuua hut thar .( the nam., tiro* ln'imate.1 tho enKa*?monta tl.^y .b'o'uld uti , ;t"Ti nl"t "Web would . nahli |,^r t*ke part bi tha treaty. 1|? l^.^ror and u Urourn de tha?>.k'iPk ? ? treaty whirb baull b. aunli^oja to m he id ,/'!* ?'??>"? ""I. An.tna nf?n- .1 ? .1 " <'r' W'"'" Ut the name t,m.- re- Orf i'1"* that there might be ri-a?o0 t , Uka Into .-nn Jlieration the Intel piatatlon alocb I, a- bee,, giv^? !f ' oa.if r"l't',',",Q" futraiilee In tl:e prot ,rol I of the ^Hth of Ikr. mber, nod the arraptan.-e o! that m irpretallon by tba I tnperor Nicbo a. l|,e Un Urn "a* r,"{'1"J"l1I I"' tbaaa tao oc-aalon a waa I ain a aa 11 red cordial and ainrere, thou*b not wit!, oat 1 ' ri,e pr- to ol ?f | thr 2h' h of Iwrember nave t,?( a rtgu* and arnaral ( mterpietatlon to the tbinl condition of ^uarai.t.w - 1 oTTuY; w;, "h" '? ?? ???? >' I \ "? raeata' lial.ioent of the Ht,?L/rn "nil the liniUUon ol the (u lu.n.? of Hi.?. in the HlacA ,ua? J, malnUlael |? ll-rbt . tV. V",,"r,> ''""' r' ??'? almo.t uoltmite.! ' r/.M.-L. n.*w ""i?!l"on?, and of proflu,,, |,y lie. .1 - ? I 1 """Jl1 "??? tba eieu?uah 1 j? F,? And ibia ia | recUal 1 the Imp irtaut poiut i HuaaU ' "ni " ??U ' r.fiI*w!5rr?:,IirllMr)re,nf-r-1-" ?*tw?et, <l?r,e Midi ?.e.l, the I- mirror arid H |.r.?B?n de II,,,,, th'v a#,?ed , n tbla? that the hit* I'r?aai? aho'ld ; JO-!..,,.,!,,,.. ,1 t?.b. JXthi la f'Al l,e Waa ready to .Inn with the Weaurn 1'ower. a tieaty r (ul?.|.ot to that ? f the ; I ol I', 1., , 1 'm,v; "? ,v.,,,"Mb in Mnjr earreatiy ? 1 a, red th, tranit* ?., remain wl-u ,1 to ','VrVf , " ?ro.,. al.oul l en.erlu in, ?.??.. at- Itr a'te. the J I.atur. ef ,be Ira.', that ?n tbe o0a ,, ?? n " Pr.p.r.1, And ti.At n ?ot,^ III , |1, 1, Mihaeijtantly opaued . IU, tla ?f Ilin* in n wiua on ita forw, Itotk partiea aat to ;? 'k ?' "? r? I * ? -.11 drew up . and " ""?r" , -nt to l e, in, in ..rd.r to?.ure hlm.elf t,..t 1? ,,ad not deal "ba < err",'al ?' K AUthw'/ml t V to ester ,nto i.e^otiat una tl? i* . ''' dr>*i'< '!??> a ,,t ,or, /atlon ?a bronrbt U, the <;.|,e,ai oy ?>dor,al d'?>ll?r* .1,,, ,w, io I aria ?>n th* l.'.tfc of ?ebi,,ary. *Ll'* ??* 1 waa . n bia way hither W ,J>Y? l?'te?d > f "innuni. hi a p.. ,.t ?,r i?"rj* ,0 , "nt "" to ,i"rhn 1 ? r' ?" " ? Mater al that t ouit, Wl, 11, turn, an 1 will, ,,t d. lat dMta?S"l2r ^ V 1 ???? project i ll "l '? that of l,er, era! da ? ? il related to tba interpretation wbiri, ah .?ld b* ?efi nnely,i?,nv U>. thirj ,ond?, ? I <, .rantea M ! la 1 1 Ij>uy? t'-oL bia pra^a.,tion. a/ja.nat aor p a. Ilii> "i " 0 tl" l?" 'Mr,,', a II. m.rn, la ab,'nld'L??rr* ?" ,h* <-"ni'rencea f V,.? ?. t M, """"' "f'.rmto tbe de* ,a,on . t tba u'lt irral * ?"1 ?" ?' 1 ?he ?-n..- of ra Me re.o.ot ,0,1 ,-, in the e,??:, ? ?f i ,n' "fc <?. uiajori'.r .boul I ad??t Tbat K. h ^ m"." t-prarl ?.lr?b^. |-r , ?ia jo/ 1 1 ? of Till ' T' "*'* tb? majority of tba .onferenra A.c.rdic, v, ,be pro. thJ .2 . d* J'ruaala .bo?| | \ ? the rftbtrary, enter l?t the ron'eranr.. wjtb iki J f*. *?' pre* ,..tia . r^tgrm- ?t .od w th tk? 'JI#j,,tudeof tbe rhfh'a wl.lrh u .,f nd.'u .mail, i pi ?? > ? th.";;. wiVh crr:;j: I ,?m ly ti lei I tb n,?* ur? ,?w. h. f,ke? to <ttala tbe ob),,. , f .h?n,. n%mJ1 tharea, ,8,1 l( Vlen?.. If., au w,ll ,t,.ro JJV? ui"t\T ,b: r ''"t "u,m r- ut>? -"V* l??t howeaer ,.p i? u, tbat ,,,.,^,,1 yt ill ,hf "?/? C M.tu,.*, m^/ * 'J ""r ?' >'?? oaa . ,-A *' a' t/ ?"* w?rr ?/ ftar ./mum ?? Tlir llnuUn Hi|ii?il>nn In lh? l*a#lftr. M'ariClbl'" MOTKM0T* Or riVB a ft K ill rn cow JtlTt *bf I im hk or two ? "ILIPH THAI >aa. 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Harftl amrorl Mr* Tb* '*ftaia of Uaaa ftlftl^ r* W/rtarf U la" aoftr. ra tba a^kt hofora, bf 'la a/ i\ai l?h (?*? ftiftW al- itarfH tb? ftftjaa ovra* v. Lb iaa S^S?~ ?*?? u ?*? ?-? "???. ira f'npr of Uood Hour. 7jrr..0,< "?A"" 4N 4MKIHU4K HIIIP - ?auon Z,2\IE?mi" ? * ?? ?*??*' I!T '!*?'" 1,,wn^ V.mi/or of HacraHtr rlt.n .^pM0.XM"lAJL'r*ir,,,OCU,r*,loB l*onrJ "? *??' In TaM# li., , ^..<U7" Nfcwhar arrival on? of I ij * /?. i-. ^'"-n th. r?p.?1B .4 anotUi ..,ioi a *???* |?rl ?' U* U,,-r w" ,*k" ttii. ?,u, Uj Ui(j rma h'<>' ?n whi<* ? torn* k m'n li, i, V *u *1 a* mad lum??Jf with word. follow*! au.?& " ?T". **" " "'""d A??T ?h* rapfalo W? VaVndU * ,0U"1- '? '"?J ? t,.? J*}'j *'Ul \wo ?? ?? a.m Tba tirat hu.i . ?. ?u,'>*r and Mfirtl MtW f..r hi. nmi uf, mhrn tba cnta no* paillcm rl? n >\ ????*?! probably biL to , ' whl'h ?* ?"?> a /?ri?u. -o?n l th. ibi . " *" *"""*+ Mill dan?.-r..ii?l? *,\)Dir i tl? 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'*0hh o, tftrt vi|| ^ ... , 14 bonn?U ar? "'o.'^.vr rw - "? *?^i*?r^.torirj?i2Si u-;, ^ -????? U. I,. Ida ? "'J . .^aal b *-h?ia u,i,?d *|I| , *'?.ra trtwaiM wit^ mutb n fa?or MeU'r?" ? -a Affair a In Mnlro. Of* VUU cat * tO*kKiroM>r*CB. \ < m fair, Ma rah ?, M?V Winrfmr; ufi >/ .?Cafl'4 /IniM l lh 'aleriktft llu /ftji** XrtHttif Jut a /.<?? nf X'a i??ri I* AV? Iff! ? >Mur? rf <kt Jgrnt n f Ikf Mail I'fkH .VfaanwAtp ( 'iwj nn/- nf . tinld /4*?a, <i< I *ii.lar* b 7 |k* Ka/I it). Uinrn ml fruM N*w Or Irati- ;i ? will k'lt of n; 'laing to ro altb u< tat ratnatoa fur tba OniiU, u I am lull II* tr??tm*nt ' f tba Kagiufc ooaa u am tr '!'?*? nut ault l.lm II* ia Uaa mas to arraafa b >lii? ?< ?fl*r Latin# *'#iim alllitu Ml of hanta Aim ?.* ma-la tha blunUr of alraAMa* l> at t!tt 11 r-a nil' ??? for ah rli l.? ka la a U|bt Aa aaa. 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