Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 14, 1855, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 14, 1855 Page 2
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teve led her to chooee an boor whou It *u neither doy am n?ht to outer lVris .Jter a fatiguing Journey, that h* entry nut be pronounce* a fcilure, in sptt# ot taking double hedge "f aofalara trom the station houae of the Strasbourg railway to the i'alaee of Ht. Cloud, the Mhlltrating weather, ond the splendid fcwtive spejtaele ?hith*M offered by " all Pari*,'1 au 1 I undredi uf U'nil~ MU of foreigners, ranged ro> in if" r.-? ut th?> tern the aidewalkit to the roofr of the building! along the route of tho cortege through the city . ,, The fcngbsh debtors u<>ir in priaon at CUchy, naturally w taking to join in tb. festivities iu honor of *Jieir sove reign, appealed to her generosity by a petition? but she declined to interfere with Ibe action of 1 reuch law. A xubeeription paper, however, la now in circulation in be half of the late companion* of your neighbor, Horace among their countrymen who are visiting Paris. What multitudes of English visiters have been bore during the last for tnight ! One ot them, whoiu I met the ether cvenhjg. informed me that most of the people he i?w in the street resembled I-ondonera tto clo-ely that he Mt quite at home, aud very sure that the alliance was durable; "for,"' added he, "they login to Imitate us in ttwu1 dresa and mannc ra." Fie did not discern much dil ferenoe between Londoners and Parisians. Obviously he had not wandered tir from "the English quarter" of Paris. American:* bnve not be-nwHiitlnginthcthrong of recent visiters to Paris. Some of the American Commissioners have beeu almost tempted to forget their national dignity, and ask why tlioy did not huppeu to receive tickets t<> the ball at the Hotel de Ville. They might well regret what J am inclined to consider tho result of some mUtuke. (al though some of the most dlstiugui-diud of the foreign eomm las loners were also uninvited,) for it was H superb hall, the finest, except the subsequent ball at Veri-ailloa, at which 1 have ever atudrttod. Singularly oik* name? that of Mr. Erega, of Washington, Commissioner for New Jersey? had been r mi tied on the list sent in to the Viofoex. The omission correct*!, and the ticket of Mr. B. was almost immediately received by him, so that Mr. and Mrs. Brego represented alone the American Com missioners und their wives. Tl<e name of M. F. l.e I lay, Commissary (Jeueral of the Universal kxhibiiion, will be inseparably associated with the 1 alnce ol Industry. But it will no le hi. to ikiil in connneciion with another movement to the digni ty ef labor ? a \olumo entitled "Kuropean Workmen, "jf which ho is the author, and which adds to its value as the product of twenty years' study, tho felicity of a most reasonable publication. What moment could have been hhhc ntly chot en to exhibit the Kiropeon worl'inan tuna now, w hen all the world lia* como up to Pails to nrtinire his workt ? the marvellous re ult ? f ageJ of develnpcmunt 1 A? a recent meeting of the Academy ot' Sciences, il, lla mas, in th>: ot the author, piesentc I to the Acade my thiswoik of M. l.e 1 Uiy, which ha 1 just ap,<ea e l, autcr the following title:? " Lc* U j'rirf* K Jttiuin tur lr.~ tracaux ta vie Lk>m jtiique VonUtion Moral- <te Papulation* O urrUrx C h. iropr, urid lis 0>ir? <Ci/o.r or ta Mc'hmU d't.tvrif itm" ? ''hurnpran Workmen, An Examination of tlie iiib -rs. Dome-tic l.ito and Vioi at Condition of the Working Classes of r.,iropo, receeoed hv au imposition ol a Method oiObsCi'vailon. '' M. l.e Play's work," said M. Ilumas, " was Miggerted to him by toe studios which he pur.-nicd, ns .'rolc-or a t the School of Mines, relutlug to the iudast'y of ttv pt iu eipnl metalhirgie countries of Europe. A workmen It. ing in tlie most div *rse con titious, inuler eeotiumicitl system ttie moBt oppoiite, and under wholly di- ieular con lUiona hi tespeet to |Olitics and religion, aero c >ntii>ually pass kg under his eyes, M. l.e liay v. ruled to eJUtmine how I the budget of receipts nud tint of evpon es were es au Mnlivd, annually, tor a family ot workman of a given tyj-e; wliai were tho e1 omen is of inf> lieetunl sa I'tiic ion or of men, I i. a; piness which il was called to Oojny, Uo.o than three hu nil led complete niojiogi-nphs of itio family flituation o'" workmen, 'al:en in the countries which be^la st Cadiz and comprise Kibe, in, emnrannir, coasiyjuodtly. all situations in Ku rope, have been coll' ? ed aud disc i*s ?d by k> l.o I lay, with extreme cure. He has extracted thiny-six of ttieni ns most charactcrlsilc. These form the basis of his book. It Mem- pieti t hy an introduction nnd by notos. 'ihe linpeital I' i'itin(r Oilicc ?va^ ? ntru- - ed wlih flic typogiaphieal execution ? >t tlil- worlt, wiiich ?odd not caoily hove been printed ? Ueivliere, on aecouut ?t Uin ni'tnbcr, size and comploxny ol the tables Included in it. Ihe work of U. l.o 1 lay will form au epoch in the history ol ^ocial economy. NumU'ile < tacts will be Ironrt vn it ceilected in ihe mo?. vail ma conn trie', and which acquire a higher vnluo from ihe ra.e clic ini mamc ihat they are wholly comparable, .laving been ob n-ived by the same person." But the chief distinction of M. 1* Play'? work Is, that there facts were collected on a uniform plan and by a method of his own invention, whii I: tends n> ^ivc to so cial economy a precision and a e.ertniniy of appreciation hitherto reserved, apparently, for the physical sciences. A cursory examination of thi- important work has e >n viuccd me that it richly merits the ml >gr octtow-'d on it by the learned academic!. in, and 1 promise niytdl tae pWsurc of again consulting its pagei for the benefit of niy readers. , in the preface, J!. TiOPtay uclt nowloiigi"' h1" V' tions to )<. Inunas, the chemist, sonator anl minister, and also lo Mr. t.eorge SummT, or Boston. At a meeting which took phice at tho hou-e of M. Humss. ju t bell rc tlie publication, M. Le 1 lay -'.eclared thi 1 be >'.:iS iatlv'.'l ?d not cnly for many of li ? ? Jjjc 5 n, Vut u.e ?r Hi-! n?06t Imi ortunt v!hiJ eonc"r?loilJ, 'o ll ' slcdiu/ of our 4fettngnT-hcd countryman, Mr. Suc.ncr. Thesi coin lu ?Iocs, summed up in the appendix, iclat to the epecinl ?auses wliich in vaiious countries have aided ? r d' p < sse 1 the suffering classes, and aie full of ideas a- to cuch tiai legislation as may, wi'hoiit disturbing \l ti"g inte vests, raUe the condition of tho-e who liao I in regarded generally iu Kuropi' only n-' food for taxation or for pow der. ho person has studied these mutters wuh more ?ate and perseverance than Mr. Sumner. In a b tUr lo M. L'liinas, U. Le 1 lay reaur'..-, "Tlierc is probably ti|j Amorican whose opinion on the e< onoinicai and p 'Uticiu ?H-wtiens of hurope are so accurate? . Ttninly none whose opinions aie niu- ' "tight sud . -poct'd tn this side ol the Atlantic." KlMAtW. Our Cliinu ? (irmpuiiili ai c. Siunciuk, China. June 1 Thi NcMlirn?rh* I r, i'rrl Slab - Jfi.'.V'.' /? ol ,is < hi.ia - - Ccmn;o>turr AU^If ? /"i',v<(.> ? J/oc?-, ;i?-, 7- n) I n* I< o / H oi? /Us Aoic ? '/>? I'vilc' K'aJ ' M In " (ton. Sfaioe my list we havb no ncM ..f the r- ..cU wlut^i lltves us any data on which to found any opinion, except a speculative one. They are sllll in trong iorco all over the empire. That they will connuer it finally, ir ctreme ty preblemat ical, but that the pr sent dynr ty will l*o overthrown, is poliiicatly c riaJn Tlie motiieni Cor for eigners to step in aud gain grealei piivih gna is mo t pro pit leas. But the Lnite-d Xatcs Min- 1. c. Mr. M< liine, Wft line for Taris in November If ' , and we have not yet heard when hf iu'euds to return. J'hc Consul.-- are doing ble business as Weil ao they can. While h. was here ho did nothing but Of jr. ^ cxpene t? the jovernutent. which accomplishes! iv-tliiiig. Tlit' .iJ . la one gooil excue io. hiiu. i? the V. I hitsrpreter- wi'hout which an office. * e t ?? worse thsj^ 'impotcil^ fi,. T'a,, w!.. trisTis n for ten y<ar* the secretary and Interpreter cl tho I mted mat** in China, knew nothing of the langn?r> *"pt the Canton diah?t,and It is now full# v'.>i 'n!ntd h' ? e U roi-eu ttie< hineto ibenweiv s, the i Mvljine's trip if I in?in la t fell failed, first, becmaid he -vent in crtinpmy with the >tigll?h against wh-cii the Kussiaas at I'tkiu have in wtiUeil a gieat prejudice, an. I ?? c ml. hecflii*. oft,, -..its who met theui did not uuders'uiid I r. 1'nrker. Tlie l et bi, enr iniere-ts have but lat ly become ofii ;s rtance in Chtaia, ano we are Just lrf>ginning to le.'in t o* at.l why ' we have been impose d en so long. In the abocnee of the Minister, Commodore Al butt be taken up Ihe reins, und l:c bids f.dr to I ? of m :0 real act vice tbauell the mini tor' we hate ever hto J-rrB lafoiniation leaelusl the < ..n niidori ye-le. un it u the piiatei . to Ihe nniubtr of si\t* or evenly sc.1. wj re ?apt ii i ing native boats bound to tin port, and holding Uit m for a ransom of ou? thousand dotlsi- h. li e temmodore ord-red li'tit. IV. I fit:, fit > ?>en to go on board tlie Cxjnfuciu" American stoauier. ? and 'to recover ihe pwpeity, an.i it ? . -it-lc ?apture the aii?t< ?. I ieut. Preble is u gallant nlhc i nn l a h' will Lave a brush he will give a good aceoont oi h.mst IT. Tln ?rcmpt acl of the C? niui' sioro dt srrv s| ral^ af mo.-t ?l ni navy ofllccrs an^ e?n>ntod to lav i" nn-ho. n av ne bKtable hailior aud let our mcrianttle >ntere s tnk".*T of thewrives. , , , . ll.e enerry of the Oominodoi* is qnln remarkable. I he ?owibii S,1 Kngli h aud French squadron* in thi -e -tn have Cr.a up to Jajan, and aro there yet trying to mate s ?atv It is thought they w ,11 foil The I rr nrh Colbert r?n on ihe rocks at tap in, and reeclve-1 suc.i nrrtflua injuriri un i?>r? nd?*r it iif<r<?P?f?rj to n > into (lock. For that purpose she is now here. Her repairs w ill cos, ?nor*, than tin- in worth ; but that is in keeping w ith the aeaal eomomy ot g..vernmcnt<.. The bii-lne?* n?i thi- por\ 'r in' I ? peoiug. an ' tbeti will be more sldpmeni ?> thr.n a I any previous one M In, in fart almost V oi.iy poi > of Imp i in China laaton has fallen, ho. I will n*ver i?- -..v. r her ciiii'iisr. la' ?rssj-ertiy The Chinese wore \.,r. e.( hv the di (11. til tie So come hereto sell, and so soon as they dl?cn-ere.: that it waa three or four hunilre.i n n s t! : n < nnton. of eenrse they cannot l>e indue sl to p>, On n g In looehlB Is aprlnflng ln?. .. in . i , f i . .u: men ILiek tea. bu? It rcvir c.,n '? t. t r .t. rrt as compaieil wiih this. Hur n.?? t a. i - hi,w I sv the habit of sending dolUrs In ii thrf int . 1 1?. io ? vior to pay for lea. UlWy th.y bin. . a tmrCrn'ul undertook to adjust th. lo?? s with tto <!? ne*r officials, but they have li' ver auswcrtsl I, ? i. t'er . makes bis oflice uselo-s to AaoriCans. ** Mia.* bets were brought b the notice ol < ? mtr. lore AV ??ot U s ordered the I ni ed -Hates ^teniurr I', wh U in. M l up there to co-opt-rate with ou' C? n-ul and pot him in e< mmunicstion with thi Chinese HOthi rl.K i:.e hhip csnr.ot ;^t nearer than fo\ ' ISS" n miles, |?nt that is near enot fh tur a < hiuamnti. It Mc<1ul?ey ft il", a* I1? probably will, as he is oulte iiuflt for active serriee of ai>y kind, 'hen Coimnoaore Abbott will go down then he wHI hrirg them to thslr s?n e.. The I owhatan. Instead of tniinif up to (anton or ?tay tag at Hofg Koag. where shs eonkl !ia?e hi<.n in hailmg di 'acce if neeiled. had g. n? ovi r to Ma. io Spring' for Ihe health of the cap'stn tor M, tea on th commo dore ordered her Into .-eivl.-r at ?Whow. it ie a shame to have - och ci\| t thi- a .meti?K < meet with r>n nor ships ? f war: it i en,?| i i>,o a* t r .o-^ to ?end them to aeo tw't.-, pintt.i. ?!, I M?l' and kW 'h-m at om .1 .? .?? i.e e untsy. TUB WAR. THK HriCUB OP 8EIUHT0P0L. Liner skvs pkox Russia and thb ommp.a. I be J tverpool Timet of Saturday, September 1, issued an extra dated at ? o'clock, A. before ,ba Afric* Milled ? which oontatned Uic followtug.-? A 1*1 liu correspon.k.ut of the Undou .V,*,, write.-? n.'a ofeth?"lT I r,K*tU l, !terS thalwo can torm no Wea of th# .train of the war upon the Rusalan people duttaf the taat six months. The enrolment of the new ? empire, or kuMl.M be effect. The oiganiaition of this oew corp. ban been piithcd forward wlfh a haste which tells volumes the condition of the regular arniv. Although the Urst hue of tioop? which flood opposed to Austria six month. ago has been withdrawn, it has been necessary to order to he Crimea about 30.000 of the new troop*, who can hard" ~ ( , l\*Ve lru,rt*^ ,ll,,ir drltl- Seventeen drushine. each of the nominal strength of 1,000 men entered the ronh oainp of yehsstopol on the lflth, amid the ringing ol belLs. The order of the day, by Prince tkirtsehafoff i 'iVk 7' V8'i A" tlu 1 rincc remarks, they have lett behind their wives and children houses and goods and marched down to the extremities of the emi.l e The process i Is Wing repeated, and before long, 100 000 families will have lost their heads. Did the safety of'tho country demand thin? and, if no, what lias become of the great army which ba. for generation* repressed the in ItUPSIiN JIKI'OIIT. T, , ? . . . ^T- I'otkkhih K?i, Aug. 30, 1855. ?r*. i writes on the L>8th, at 11 P. M ?? . v. of ,1he emm.v' continue* a* during the last few days. Nothing new. PWUUWCBO, Aug. 31, 185S. Prince Gortschakott writes fr. m the Orl iea, Aug ^8 ? The enemy continues to tire brickly. No new facta. ti l ? * i * . , Tr,"v> AuK- 30. 185C. Tlie -latest despatches from (Jen. Marmora state that Tehefna a ^ *** forll,J'inK their position on the -n. rn ?R,nfTKBIOH OF 8KBA8TOPOI.. The following letter, from the Interior of Sebantonol appears in the Vienna papers ccoamopoi, . , ? . Mni.wropot , Aug. f> 185.1 . door L ? a aVy torrent of raln sweeping past my door, for yon are aware my mud habi'aiion has no wiii 1 i l f?Wl>era ting thunder keen- me on the qui ? ?Vw?cylng that messieurs To* be .ieger* have something in tie wind, but it is only .he illu.lnn^f fancy ? the winth ol t.od evidently displaa-es th.m, for not a shot ^ " . T?-,IV tliey have, relatively speaking sent hut a few bomb, into the town. Thi. comparative InwrapM ?Vpies ami deserters bring us word thul the eneinv is prej urlnga bombardment, and that the Ifrouch ??fva We ITT ",al " frc h storming attack I '0"R expec ing UUa, ami are ready ataoy h v ero? r raeo'lhe enemy with the sign of oi cross. I saw till- Other day two P ench p iaonors lu Utherine Harbor, and they were l^ng mnveyed to the the t K ( !uo of ,lieu? non coiumiasloned officer the -ther a private, but both of tl.em we e gay roS never-failing: chee, f loess of the Prenyl i.Vriw.t Sb * tuie in the'r Chamoter, and it look, ae If thiy liked beuiK pri on, rs. On the n.n commi womii otiieor being asted wliethn- ht bhoul.i not l?xd W>uiesick in hufhS: he answered, "Why should I? in utsM, I shall learn Russian and 'when th^ war iV over ih.. ,|V ?? liack 'his liinguuge to my couutrymcn." On the other hand the i.iigHsli piinners are, for the mo. i t- very gruff and moUo?y lb hie. An P.iglisl, dose^e. Wwe.e"l ?| ?? lnf':c,wl hiln -Issert., and ho mo. dily an -weied, I aney . Another answered thi sani" nue. i n, I got dull, and if I had not .lone so, oiiould have waTL'nL T r/'"^ .,A1c?,,yof a 1"n,ion was handed in the hospital to an KngU,hinan? not se with dMm "m U,?"bj'e~?!,d htt() rr?d it jr ?,?5 ? tfunsnr"l> r''l"* l" iwlc" th" ",u"c "f fort guns. Ihe Ships arc often exorcised at firing i-erhurn he enemy ir a.tain pre^.ing ior some heroic feat, which alrVwfth i7nW,Sy t0 ao","[1tli'h " ^^'?topol girl with a i ullery. Mute the -i-cond bombardment. 'here is not a (.pot in t Li- town that i. not strewed wiih bombs and bads, it would be hind to lin i in the ^ii de ?ihe'ffl.1."^ nglehoos" tlu! has not Buffered more or less. l ewiis ",3 PUV ",?rJ ? 1 <" tho -difice? ha< l.Uewihc hi en ext? nriveiy damaged, bui the books r.rioi? Maps and bookshehes have been lemovcd to a sa'fe place' i i o liewsrotin, howove.-, la er..wd?d es u uai c,? veliewiTfl"/ "I' ,h7' WUr 0fflc,!r" ofu" hl" S who', In-ing etleve.lforaiewhours from bastion duty, lrn th, re to irad tlio DewHpnporB !>iug on tlie table, it often hi-n i-em1 l,at while they are 'reading .some Cery intact W art i' le a bomb will explore with it- horrid crack richi over i he building, or a will Mm p^t the oDen v.i"d"ws. vol a soul, however, turns hi- hond to look cond nature"11' f*'r Whlch 1,1 m"" ? ??" . . .. BD88IA AS8PMIVO TOE OPHNS1TK. A tetter from a pro l'.us.-ieri source says it is the iuten tiou >1 'he < zai to concentrate two gr.nil armies for P I .lis 11? a?m ' wh,<\h wi" ??M,n ,w'? . aui } i. -11-. I he n-llilary servieoof the empire will ho en. * e v." r a'l o u ? ! - le rs " ' 'l? I 'l* non ,;iU"c I'1"" ,7fl \xs y thc provernment hat VC m oWyioIng money both from Kuro^e Und Anirrlrfl, r ... A.-lti'Ic nml 1'nrnMan armies ar? intended i' * 5,Zi n " ' ' Vrv 1 t!'-y tv!!I ' ' itldrft* n fo, i-.c uj ti&uun aljo.'itlv iminiated. r rorl 'J' i'"'- AVl 'A contain# a in- of ih. VI. i. iV i7V" ^nnc,u ^'"a'Oii'h. even n ul Ih- oth l\. o l.ngll.-li steamer:- cast nu.-iier near l?o n?/< 1:W? ?n?l Win, Ian and s, t tip , l.i their fhs.'n * U"*r[ ,""1 "" '"'Jaeent in use: and that they then landed i.00 men armed with rilles, who pro ctedod to set fire to some other buildings, hut that these G?"i^?gtl!7'ln '1i "llke ,a l'-v " '!< 'achmi nt of COHSH, ks, th .1 II, dismay to their boat, and ie-c:i,ba-ked. ?P? i a nitons do for four h. ii, s, but only woumkd '-.?nc!: Cb.-.aek. AJ ??, li e lugiish, the (.eueral declares "that it is did, ?, estimate their lo.?, but it n.ust have been cumldoralie." ii |!"."v<iJ'i'U'D''Vu I"I,'1W"'9 u " l' ?" from Aiclniii on' \'r?r !'1 ? ' w,ucl> dee-la ret that, iu uu n tta, k made on ?.rgra - -is pe.yants- su< e. ded. for ? four hours in prev ,-iitii.f the enemy from landing and m iring s,.mC v[w r i conUnmm. tlu K.^li ], ent,^ ^e i church and .ome peasants and committed , .tlier excesses. (?,, tht following .lay it J. . ' r viir>T " steamer sent a sloop toward I'the ^leliinent ,?| i"11'11' i'"'. "" ' ^Ving son e shot.' from a <lc ii, r V- v. u" J.' lu"k to JUK'-t. Pour > loop j from other ?? tench and la gliidi \e s, U nibioijuently p.e-ented had 1 *e e n V e hi' f? r "hk1'"' b",t % 11 ^ tlv,,^nl m<l ?*n ti mfort.-d they retired. Atte, wards the I'rcnch " r 1'^. ' "" 1 shell Tor -'tw, temis," 1, a 1 rfia ,* " I '.v m.-n, however, c l Hit to ll.e reinaiii' en old tov.ev and .??nv lishernu-n' hut- . [Pr in th* Is>n<l"n Tlm-s, Sept. 1.] oronr.^n,v,l^r'.'lI/,U',t/'at, ' ? ?>" P^Uio,. leniency tin IN manif. -ting itself t.Vrrpl^V^r"'^ the tiageuj of 1m 4 jcur, in the ;im? pin by the ncr' wi h tiie'"!^""1 rmK,:,l'y r" with ?'?<? -?n:c UCIIW,M( III tbc t Ylooea and there lire alien dy strlkln"' clrcam sian-e. ol jaialiclitii! -ctween the t- o ci-cs! 'rh.-u ^ ???>?, wr ^j,ec(e.Uo t.-r-nliMte th, ,-,ti iM I . f-ro'the a|i|?ri'?eh of nmli r, and n n ?T? lri <] to P* ? In the fiorm tretkcYi?*a. in the . . , *?T V *"/ tcr,f- Or ";<? 'torrded h n'pHnT. v,W d?edvlnp themselves with > i sion * of home or of e lnlortafclo lodgings on tlie > hot el of the Rosphorus, Thei> ad no" e, ntident, and ju-liy c<.uRdent ia oar st- iig'b ?ure that w.- , ? .ti lit nvsi poy.vr Tih^ cvf r n i*h; p-.^i'us tn the tit Id. we looked forward to tin fall <?f i,ii- i.>r..| as an atlnlr ot weeks iu; i ;a.l of ycatik sta'l i.itent on ih - fair prnsnccts nf th pr. e?t, 1 ft <>,. Ii.rure wl h its fours anil! p?wlbiUtic?, t? t?>l car. oi "t- If \te nr.> not go, n, t, ^,,.1 fiwS ttu mi-er^k bi u flfof last ui t ..oB l and i w tn t; ? tt .-,-.,uedly he v.. uld I a bold m.iu who could" .nt .p ut unni'.v.d th- pos.lUlity ot n re [?Z;DZlrr * m?" "f ll;" tv,i" "tie- of la it >ear. In tlut mippogiiiun 1* l&v?lfed, m?t the r. of ft4 noes or of n^nlsfie. but oftl... f?riI, ?r ^.verument em hlished in these islands, and, il oar i.p, n .rndon nrr futile we si any sate have the excise el th- immune importance of the . lake at Ue,.c for exprt sing their,. "\V. eul} truft that by . iloiug w, may . ??b|. tho- *,i0 profit iij otir wn ning to us with it- fntilin lor it I- but i miseisblo consolation to nouour j.redicti.ins ?. ritlod win n they are auti, palhm# . .' >11. OKMCI.Ar. A? COPMS OF TUt: HATTfKOP thaktir hhiihjk. oe.vpral rti.issM-p.'s bt port. Hm*it 4I1TWW nri? m -miAfr ir .1,, 4iur l?. 1h\5 Mon-uisr |. M.n ehal? Voti wlU have l- .-.rnt by n.r . 'ginphle de-|* ofy.'-toiday and "Ithe lay before1, the general re oi t- er th? UtUe ot th. rchernayii to-day I 7"" r excellency a detailed report oi lliat battle .o glorious for our arms. "" abstained from any m. iiment crrtnin indications made ns su,, po.e l,e wet, 1.1 liaes ot, ih, Trhem,,,. Yo, Un, w th.*e po?it(o,\., which a,e .'xc< litnt. ::nd rt hi b a COVfied In their full ".-nt i.y the letie. n.r i Ifelf , .,.| by a canal which lorn., a - ,-oBdnhstnrle. fh sardlniio a.niy ,v-ci'|l<s th, ..l.olc or tho light o,.p, site Tee" goun. the r ren. Ji Iroop. <r-rd the centre Ar t the left In iIm /'i r*;^ "r dCC#">i. ?ur ^'i" ?'* ' r Inkrrminn. ,l " I* n,^uJ J ? few font*. * iiich hn?t cnorurti tho ?? nio in-o bnr k...* mrrotn :he Tohernaja am! the mail One, a little above IVhorg- uu. Is under the nan- <1 il,s Plenoion I e?. the other, eall d Traktlr bridge, Is bclo.v ami almost in the cento of Krench p. sin. u? t?-,k' In* -tiaight before one tm..,.i, tl,. o,h. - i??i. of u,* Tcbertiayu, you beliofci to th,. right the heigit- ef It ho a """ ,hi:h1I ,r,0r J'Xterdliv tteo.el.e- Tn un 'ulitlB f pUttox, full ?mne-v]int ftbrnj?ilj ?ho l b^rninT bcj.iw Tehor^njin, oppo,ite tho l ledm .mo.e. rbe? heights dimmish oppiwlte ur cntre, ntid i-irting tro n that point to i be rocky siue- f the Mn. ke.n/i. pl.r- m tin re is a pi tin about f hrr<> or four klloin-ties In wi l'ti' It is bv tliat plain that the Mackenzie run i h;.:',< n. ro? II . l. |i?riui^s rit TrnVtli brldg, n -it nrirr . (nr( (i 0." e.<tito..n. Tcadn into the Tkilakbna plain A trjet wiiski pt ,'] aiong lino- II,,. Turks *t,o oeeuj-y t he hill v ground "t itoiakiata, were ,,n t le *1" t. and nalchisl Al-on and rt' All nville el.o put fi-.i h.- .-us I'd ^iiibb .l hi- vi . I n-elr tb" / Ig i . ..Her 'i i aider. My mtud was ,4nlte'jit t - 1. ti > *i re< v, i r. . hb *l' ic extreme rigl??: it U .mo ol th -t moun , " '"B'aus To re It ia imuo.-sibh to man i ;it.m U ge ki.V ? -.:.l ViT ,h'; ?"?m} eoulo only make l.lse demon nl.t.t' I ? l'' li,r,i '??'"t i wluit or.-nrted. In the b i ill 'notTi" ''eh ","'1 1,l,h "i-tieml d'AI 1, tit de lm^ !jUl 481 ,r" 1" him but l.N en thai and VPSlnXZtf.' > "'*<?* wHeh'l^'de V :;Jhl '? ?]J ?>< 'he Hn >an troop. WliiCh Imddi "r.d.d f om 'h^ Mackenzie lights of dfbni.ehlM i?e*r A T-. tor s i. . . * . ? th. T. 'wn *yn If. ^ P plateau ofTchonlkro. A (troM body of cavalry and 100 pieces of artillery supported all that infantry. Afli'.tle befoie daybreak the advanced po*ta o f the Sardinian army, placed aa vidette* aa far aa the heights of Ichnuliou, fell bock and announced that the enemy wa? advancing in conaiderftbia farce, shortly afterward*; in fact, the Hum tana linod the height* of the right bank of the Tihornaja with heavy guns (piice* de pntiHtm), and opt ned ttro on u*. General HerbiUon, who com mand) d the French troops on thia point, had made hu arrargements for battle: to the right of the Tratkir road, Faucheux'a divlairn, with the third battery "f the 12th artillery; in the centre hi* own division, with the Hth company ol the 18th; to the left, Camon'a division, with the Jth buttery of the 18th. On hi* side General de la Mai morn bad arranged his troops in order of battle. At (lie auine lime General Morris's fine division of Chaaaeurs d'Alrique, speedily joined byGeneial Scarlett's nume rous and valiant kngllsh cavalry, took np a position behind the hill* of hamara and Traktir. This cavalry was io take the enemy in Hank In case he should succeed in forcing a passage hy one of the three outlets of Tcbor goun or Traktir, or at the incline to the left of General Camon. Colonel Forgeot, in command of the artillery of the Tehernaya lino*, kept ready, to act u* u reserve, nix bat ter'es ol horso artlllvry, two of which belonged to the Imperial Gi.ard. Hx Turkish battalions of Osman Pacha's army, led by Sofcr I acha, came to lend us their assistance. Hually I ordeied fortvara Levalllont'* division of the Fiist corps, l)ii lac's division of the Second corps, and the Iirpoiial (iuard, composing reserves capable of remedy ing ilie most forlous contretemps. llio thick mist which covered the depths of the Teher naya. and the smote of the cannonadc which had just commenced, pi evented us distinguishing against which paitlenlar point the chief efforts ol the enemy would be din cted, when on our extreme left the Seventh Ru-slan dlvii'U came tilt against Camen's division. Received by the 1-ihleth of the hue. the Third Zouaves, who charged them wl h the bayonet, and by the Flghty -second, which took Ihem in Hank, the enemy's columns were compelled to make a t/<?ii-rolkr, to recross the canal, and could only escape the lire of oirr artillery by getting out of range to roily. That division did not appear again during the day. In the centre the struggle was more long and desperate. The i neniy had sent two divisions (the l?'th, supported hy the Mil) against Traktir bridge. Many of their co lumns threw themselves at once npnn the bridge, and the temporary passages they constructed with ladders, pontoon*, and umdriers; they cross the Tehernaya, the trench of the lines, and advance bravely on our positions. Put a .-sailed by an offensive movement, by General Fau cheox and I'e Fal'ly, these columns are routed to re crosd the bridge occupied by the 95th, and are pursued bey otul it by tlio lid Zouaves, the 97th or the line, and by a portion of the 19th battalion of Cha- seura-u-piod. However, while the artillery was roaring on boih sides, the Russians re-formed their columns of attack; the mitt ladcleuud. and their movement .became distinctly visi ble. 'I heir 6th division reinforced the 12th, which hail just been angsged, and the 17th was preparing to descend the heights ot Tchoullou to support these two first divi sion". i.cneral HerbiUon then ordure 1 General Fuucheux to he ii inlorced by Cler's hi igade, and gave the "tld as a re serve to t.eueral 1 e Fnilly. Colonel Forgeot, moreover, placid lour Watie.H-s of horse artillery In position, v-bich gave bun on this front a total of seven batteries to bo luot.ghi to lieur U|on tho assailing masses. 1 he result was, that the eocnd effort of the Russians, energetic as ii v ay. pto\ed ot no a? all against us, and they were rum polled to retieat with great loss. 'llie 1 ? tli Xusaisn division, which had comedown, thi owing out largo 'jodie* of rllleinen as skirmishers, hud Ho te.ier success, deceived with great resolution by t.cLetal Cler's brigade, and by a half battery of the Im perial t uard, hariassed on the left by thetroops of Tiot ti'. division, who pressed it closely, that division wai ci mpehed to recreas the Tehernaya, and to fall back be hind the hanoiles of position which lined the heights fr i m which it had stai ied. Fiom this moment, 9 A. M., tho retreat of the enemy become plainly visible. 'I heir long column withdrew as fast us tliey could <mU r the protection of n con-Iderable body ol cavalry at und artillery. 1 or a riu imnt I felt inclined to order a oortion of tlie cavalry to elm i go to cut down the remnant of tho 17th bus .'an division between the Tchoullou and Traktir bri grades. With this object in view I had prepared some sit motions pf Chasseur* d'Afriiiue, who were joined by si me to ilinimi sf,uadrjns. and by one ot (General Scar lett '? legiments, the 1 'it h i.uncers (from India). Rut the retieat of the hi., -ians was so prompt that w e could only bave made a sn all number ot prisoners, and this fine cav ahy might have been reached by jomo of theene n y's batteries stHl In position. I deoimd it preferable not to ixposo it for so small a result. General dellt Ma i mora did not, moreover, stand in need of this mpp< rt hi lr ly to retake tho advanced positions which his sn all posts occupied on tho heights of Tehouliou. Al a o'clock the whole of the enemy's nrmy had disap peared. The oivi-ion of the Gaido and Ihiluc's division i c-lia 'Ved the division* engaged, as they stood in need of peine rest. 1 sent hnJi tho first corps of tavattliint's division, and the cavalry returned to its usual bivouac. ?Ibis splendid action does the greatest honor to the infau'iy, to the horse artillery of the Garde, to that ol the rereive, und to tho artillery of divisions. I will, shortly, ask your excellency to place before the Emperor the naine^ of those who have deserved rewords, and to submit to lie approbation of his Majesty thorn- which I may l ave awatded in bis name. tlur losses nie doubtless, lobe regretted, hut they are uot In proportion to the results obtained, and to those we bave Inflicted upon the enemy. We have eight supe tlor ofl ci rs wounded, nine subaltern officers killed, and fifty three wounded, 1"'2 non-commissioned officers and sol. tiers killed llt( minting, and 1.163 wounded. ll.e Russians have left 400 prisoners in our bunds. The nnniler of their killed may bo estimate I at more Ii-. ;! ??,?*?, 9f !l*eir vuandpl x. m?rv 'U?n 5,000. of wJilc'h number, l.tiii m-n, find tLirty-eight officers have Is rn tnk< n to oni ambulances. Among the alaln found by ii!j arc tho bodies of two gem ials. who<e names 1 have not been aide to ascertain. Hie Sardinian army, which fought so valbtnth at our side. hits alniut two hundred ami fifty m-n ftor.? hat. It Inflicted a much greater loss upon the enemy. One huiulred pit-oners and uhont one hurdredand fifty wounded trmalned in its hands. I aiu sorry to announce to your Kxceilrncy that General Delia Marmora lias in lom iduie that ( Count do Moiitevrcchlo, whose ehaiac er and lalents he gieatly appreciated, was killed glotiously ot the head of his brigade. I mi st point out to your Excellency the rapidity with which General Scarlett's cavalry, placed at my disposal by Gi nerul - impson, came up. 'Pie martini appearance i f those magnificent s<(iiadj^j? strayed an impatience which the happy and promjre result of the bottle did not alb tv nu> to giatify. The Vnfflish atid Sartllnlan |?i?ition batteries, and the Turkish isiitwy which Osmon I'asha had sent to Alsuu, t'.rid with so eat precision and -ticce?s. 1 thank i d Oyman 1 asha fo; the promptitude with which he sent me six Tnrki h battalions under SVfer l'arha (General Koscl elxki) . four of which, curing the day. occupied the pas ? afkes near Tchmgoun. Nothing remarkable took jila ? dm ing the day on the Seha-tepol siiie. Generals I)e Sillies aud B"-oui t were, hoaevi r, j repored to drive back with encrgv any att-ick of the betiege.;. 1 end your Kxcellency with this report tho copy or the plan for tho battle of the tilth, found upon the body of u ? Huf inn g' neinl. supposed to l>e General Read, wh ? corn maided tho enemy's right, and was i>pe> i illy Intrusted -.villi . he attatl; on Ttaktlr bridge. Into, i-c., Pkli ismi-k. Commander- in -Chiet CMNKBAI, SIMPSnXS DESPATCIIFS. Bwt'rj. ??*A*Tnrot , An,? 1% 1850, My Lord - In tny denpalch of th- Htli iio!. i lafcrUl \our LurUshlp that ] had rc.uion to Ulievc U??* tl ' i *'e ibV" *UCm"t' ^ a 'i*'"?U3 U":?+ <?re? uito ..." ?**'?( ?cM WwfeJklfuCod to ilo on th^ morning of the 10th. but ihe was most si >rloiif to th.wc of the allied lu>d the good fortune to l>o engaged. T be a, ii -n commenced before diiv light, by n lirivy co lumn of Rusidtuianndectha command of tiem ral l.lprandl, and composed ot the tltli and 17th Divi<ioni< with the 4?i> and "th lovlidi ns in re?eive, attacking the advance poeta of the Sardinian*. Ibegtound "ceuTii d by (hem i* on commanding hill* on lh" light of Hie position, on Ihi left lunik of the Sm hnla Aver, whin- it form* It* ju1 cti' U with the T-lerisnyn, with two n tvanced porta on the oppe?ite ?ide. Thin- wire lield with very determined gallantry for a c? nsidei able time, oat being Miparatcd l'rom thoir ?up j-orta ly the rlvtr. ,ind But having the y.rutoctl jn of ar tllleiy. they wort compelled to learr tho nin*t advanced one. About the einm time the 5th and ISth dlviflona, to which wn* added n north n of the 17th, advanced again* t > he bt ldge of 1 l aktll , held by one battalion of French iniiiiitry of 'tip line, wil > war* for a Kbort lime obliged to yi Id an 1 U I ack upon thi main :upp< rU; with th<?.u htwev-r, tbey quickly rctjok the bridge at the |*>int of the liayone Again the KUitiap* altH- ked with pemevf ring courage., and waie enabled to follow i'p their advantage I >y gain ing the heigh*. whl<h rlae preeipltou.-ly on each ide of the '< ad: their amcceea we re but momentary, they wore drlvtn back across the rlvtr, lea . lug the gror.nd Covered with dead and wounded. ihe bur .'tun gvnernl. In no way daunted by the failure of hi' t*'i attempt', ordered n >?cond column. of oqual force 1 ibo fir?t. to attack; they aovanepd with Fitch im I eiuo"ltv, ci vere-l by the flreot thetr numerous artillery, that a tbild lime the b:ldge waa carried, and the height* above it crowned; but they were uguiu reiulaed, and re tired in g' cat eonfuainn Into the plain, followed by the baveijet* of eur gallant allie*. il.e general officer who commanded the Itaiai&n co uiDu and wbo Ik "Upponed to be General Head, wan killed, and in bin porse,?ti n Wai found the order* for the I -attic, ?Igni d by I rlnce Gort'chakoff, who commanded in per son. I r -ti tbc-e It would appear that It wa.? r< mo-t deter tulncd att? mpt to force u* to ralae the "lege. Mad they eucrcedcd. l'alaklava wn- to h-ve been nth-eked by oue I I ttion ot the aimy, while the hi >i*ht -n which we now a. c wate to lutve Men ?1> rn.e,! \?l*|i the other; at the ni ic tiuie a Tigoroni . -rtir r.a to hare Uen rn ide from Ihe town on thi Krrneh work- on ur exleeme left, trom the iiiatur'iu- and am- hi r on tfc- ?? ? . < n our estieme right OS ."aj-oilW. The neiiuii a hl -h I have eflidit eure- odr- rll-i 1.- moet glorlnna to the nrmt of the l ien, I. ami ,he Sardinian irooB*. To meet the foree of the Ku- fiatu the former ^ had bnl VI 00t) nlaritry, and fnur batterle< of arlllh ry engai* cd: the latter had 10 000 raen in jn^ltion. 4, tctuaiiy i niii^Mi, an4 '.4 piece- of oannon. P - Himidan foi ^c c -n i ted of from no, 000 to <W. 000 men, w-?h t'io pie?e? of artillery, ami c.-valry t<- tho nnt of ?? GOO. I h * <Nai?ri'y of nvmbera will readily ezplnln to your lord-hip tne diilieulty tbut ? -uld hare beeu ixperfencod t .1 on attempt t>een ma>|e to follow r.p thf adv injji/e by a I nr. ilt. The Ru? Inn retreat, moreover, we protect ed by the fn' Irtm th h'.iry guni in p ??H.ion on ihe Mac lii ntle l.einhtf. In h-f? -ustained ?} the Ru- in n h estimated at l>e i?i ? ti ft.'.W and ",0Cn men includtmr f-00 prl-mieri, while on 'be fart of the a!lic.< It doc.' not amount to mo.e than ,i (*? m> n. I hi- l-iillnnt iffiir ' t- can*ed the greate-.' deHg'it ? inM2,'he ianl ' f *li" allh 1 army; and whl citM-U 1 *tie t-i t' illicit aehlavementa of the French ?irm-. it I- with i! utir.nt pl -aan e tliat I have 1 1 ro coi-d the mi t epid e n-: tun' - ll?n? hem lug of th> Har din.. " t 1 1". tin1' < ?fie. at 1'ella M*rm<'*vi who have or tbe H t tfri" I'*' t. c iHetered ?? od slfd tlret Mi-d it|r<i.nxt in W *i) it en ? v*h b i,nr. . ? Jo <? i jr th. J*'1"' >?' i"1 ?' *? Cbptain HowW' ^ofU thrtr service#. e detailed ai I regret that I am nn?Me to gW" a M up to connt of the (*rt performed by t^ ^^ ^ ,^ re ?hla lime I have not received General wa thU tune nt JAM?H bimps0N( General Commuting. COFY OF A DOOOMKHT rODSD OPOH A RC8SIA* 6*1? RAL KILLED ON THE 16TH OF AU0U8T. The following i* a diction of th? <* armc the right tlaiik (General Ald-de^-Camp Read.) Omrosmoi or Tboow. 7th divUlon of Infantry? 12 battalions. ?rii Akiillkhy Bbkiauk Battery of position, No. a ? 12 gum. Battery of light, No. 3? flguns. Battery of light, No. 4 ? 8 guna. K?T*3jS -".irXV.? of battalions. 14th artiixkRY Bkhiade. Battery of po.itlon, No. a ? 12 guns. Light, No. 3?6 guus. ^b?tUiUon~of ntte*? 1 battalion. 1st company of id battufom of *ippern- \ battat. m. Oiie regiment of Lancer*? 8 squadrons. Hoiite battery, No. 26? 4 g>mi- ? ,?iM gum*. n On the 3d of fWU ( amp Head ? ill ^epTor lieutenant Geaeral lipran.ll, ^rrjaw^gSfsSt In this wagon camp larg . b August: the men 5$ u^irT^h ^lment to bo P^'^othi^ ^munition and two ambulance carU.^ ^ BrS'de, ^u?off, who U charged with the conveyance of the wuuniled. . e w;tii them an JK g^2?SSZ& provender to be placed on sumo suitable spot. ^ The headquarter. fo. -the daytf the 3d ^15th) will * at Mackenzie s h tight.. , , helffht. will immediate In-chief will take up a position on the slope htiK\?irTZ ? moment a* the movement of yond 'he em my a range, a 'unportod by Cos-sacks. Vwervc, the regiment i f Lanwra. supporu i tJonoral Li He will comblr e his ^heroaya In such w?3tSSjt3 sued to tlmt etT.ct. With tiiu v??. . " 1?tU intlntry pern me to be ?t'*?ked of rPgtment* accustomed divisions, and also detadim throw them promptly Ivi^cKCasTiffer a road to the infantry and artil'cry. VJ When lUn "Her uf tho rTirei by r rK Tbt lrKwUl be thrown over under . he orders of su j.erior oflicerw commanding the detachment . Having occupied the hills to the ??j UvfB?;hiv'r&,ho ou,my. he will occupy them ivilh trooj ? tti the first line. (me of the principal cares' of General toad *?1 f ? etc that the lrr^a^n,\^V briJ^^e thrown over I Fpiod the artillery and cavalry to the other side. Iwe'S^^GMforto' ne" cestui y. x After the battle General Bead will take mo?are8 to fo.tltj the Kediouchino Hoi^tornia3ter.,;,.ncrai, (True copy.) ?,pGcr?"?l t;H<?TENKKI.l>. PBIXCE OORTSCUAXOFK'S^ACCOmtT.^ ^ *il uKu?3iun journal* wlileh havo arrived hero to-day COaSSrS' ecrfchakor-, official report of the battle oi ile TUieriaya. . Welmann, and C,,lhe'l'rince attributes the defeat to the too great l?- j pctuofity of the right columns of attack. RUSSIAN PRWAKAT10H8 FOH Th? Uiw?tte I !? nSSSSASS&fA^ ?? '*tk M, lutat i. ns to tou, my h. ; ?vc count ry men. . , tn the tatue <.f the whole aimy! \o?. tovt ui, a1 U'r ^'\^:;Vn?e?anXd., toTme and /oln ^?rS5SS?SaSS of that sac.n.?l^us e,,,.my. ^h^'th J I|,rlte whtoli asssg'-B^.j'i ?k cohort* to our shoies. You Win ?oon?w w;th hlm. fffWS. tt wlffte to you to . ppoj. con^geous Ipreas'tsaVmnst hi* bam. go fury aaduot to^all ^ ns a d?eeHtor our orthodox Emperor and for !,u? b. l v? d Ho.sia, and a cheer ft?r her generous son who Urve et all times given her Immortal glory. THR WrR IN ASIA. RIIS-iM'! HKSPATCHIJS. A supplement to the JnraliUr Hiw of Aug. IS, con tain" the following : ? In ? ?ie ie,ort of July ?3, dated from the cam;> near the village if likme, Aide de-L'amp Uenentl Mourn vWT nnr ia'es tlie details of two rcronnolteritig expeditious hap pily executed on July lo and July 21, by the flying do tsrl.iin nt.s of Major (jeneral Kuklanoff ami Colonel Kiim koff, commander of the combined rerfment No. 2 of the Cossacks of the l:ne. The object of these operation-* wa to enclose more than ever the entrenched ramp of K:irs, 10 Isolate the aimy of Anatolia, confined ihero, trom the provinces, which It ought to defend and from whence it could iecei\ e proTl*ion*. llali r General Haklunotrs detachment loft the camp of Tikrni en the l&th, turned the east aide of Knrs, an.], Ir g lUelf on the north of the place, dispersed a party of the enemy's ton-gets, near the place where the Bcrdyk brook tin ows Itselt into the K.irs Tchai. in this raitoantre two Tuikish eflieerii and reien men were taken prisoner*, ni.d Kveu Tniks ?eie killed. Our detachment debouching then upon the Anlahn ? route icaehed tl.e village uf Jtiijuy-HJelaoua on the lfith of July, alter a march of fifty versts, and on the 17th ap pealed upon the principal route leaning from Kars to Hie piiiidjak of (ihel. where it took some prisoners. On t lie 18th J.sjor (ieneral ilal.lanotl rcj.dndl the main body of our lorces af'er (Tpioi injr all the roa Is to the north of 1 ars to a considerable distauee, and spreading alarm In 'he ncitfliboilng country, wi h"Ut experiencing the leant lo?s. Goloncd Kamkoff nb'aincd -in |iial suecess in his ex cutsion upon the Ghel route, ttic only communication which the garrison of Kara has preserved with Kr/e roum. I utlng this mot i nieiit the elders of the wnndor ii g Kurdiah tribes rci-eirot our tio-.p* with bread and fait. G'lonel Kamkoff. ponetiating a groat way Into the parts little known of the -nn.ljak of l.tiel, compelled the emmy's convoys, who were purnung ibis route, to dis pel ??. and Intei rupted every inurement upon the route to t.hel, ? <? especially importani to the army of Anatolia. Ihe stis'dencil porition or thi< latter army begins to sh w it i !f by desertion the aoldters take refugo no- on!) in the i.eiKhhoilug viiUges, but evou in our '-amp. At har? the p. ice of biead has tripled in oae month. FATE OF THE DANUBIAN PBINCIFA I.ITIBb. TUK INTEGRITY OP TUP. TURKICH KMPIKI.. p rom the I/indon litnes, ."?'ept 1.] The Itonublaii 1'ilnelpctlltles liave l?en much talked a I 'Oil t in ttiene latter days. Krom being mere names to niany, the remiiiiKcenee* of gi-ographical half-hours at ?el.o<d, or connected only with Ideas >f com and prices current, they are now reconciled as forming a country i i gic-at pi 111 leal Importance, and the inh-rtt -/ Pump, ? toiiftl ' y O ,'o i itui thai thry tire rtvltntln eoctf tl by two I refit itt ftrit , ami nrr it* mlnifilj) ") cm! tm/nll ckvtj i from ? h' it"<i',ing hi minion >ff a th\rd. Their occupation was I l.e cause of i he war, while the treaty which enforced h' ti abandonment was looked upon at the lime ac most pi t pit ions and important. awl, though impnliml j*Wi i ?cni may ilalai r it to krtf vnli/ rui?t ilulril one rnrmyfor op'th'r, thr ihinfr may itiU irmtiiUnd an an unquet lima! lr. th<n> h H'?t unmijr"t, t*n rft. A -i ft dy derUli n ss to the future gnvr rnment of these proTii.ees mid h?i. telation to the I'orte is to 1j? desired Imih in the interest* of huropc and i f the intiahitants II eini-eWi I mil lutely ni? part uf the I urklah empire I it ml-od >>urh ? ide pro-perity. Ih? leelitig wlilcti existK with regard to Aui-.trtan oceu paiion is a cl.ifl rtasi n '?>! a speedy decUioo on their f i lure | < III Ico i sta'e. There has alirays lieen a Russian I ai ty tn the provinces, as in .he other part* of Turkey. Another pi Int not to he neglerird l* tl, . .ntiueuee ot teliglon. I et pie talk of tke t.ierk t'hurch as if it were only the cried of the mall and uratiered rr\ce wtib h has g unl'i ratne, and as if the lellginiis and political sym l*athie? wl.leh the 1 1 reek has made himself eons^icuons I* i rocla ming were not fill svtn mora deeply by other iar?s le.s pcttinaei: n- ar.d voluble. Tlie charca which rail- it ? or. bod. x I .i? Ir the Wnlliwhians sincere 1) i i gh vet enthnsl -lie dl rl|i1es. They ire not ,a.|v I" as| lie to i ntv ,m. ; inl mlgh I v.,l in lie tnjnj >,;? of ft p", J*tou- j.n-.a-le; bat neb Mhy as they have are far the church, these fcelCigt have become deeper doling the prosent wnr. All the Christians have fallen back onfthelr 'e*%lon, which they think In danger. They have little political conversation with strangers, moit of whom they nirpNt. Tliey nourish each other's prejudices, strengthen each other's fanaticism, and, at they never hear an argument against their own views, think them unanswerable. The war, which we look upon as ucffi sary and just, is to them a portentous and unintelligible impiety. We ae fighting against Christianity and liber ty ? against the honor of Uod und the right* of tmn. ITifte opinions will prevail until tbo allies effect great changes Ui the liind they are defending, and in tin- Ihtnu bian province- a beginning may be made. It is plain that the Hospodariate cannot last. If ever there wax a government destroyed by the malaria of its own enrrup tieu It is this. We believe that the union of the two provinces, under a ruler appointed with the oanction of the protecting powers, woufcl suffice to make the popula tion contented and Europe secure. AMn In British India? The Insurrection In Bengal. [Calcutta (July 18) Correspondence ot' the I/mdon Times.) Thef present mail conveys the startling intelligence of u serious insurrection in the heart of Bengal, which has not seen the fmoke of un enemy's eaop since the battle oi 1'laisy The ^antals and other tribes occupying the Rajmatal hills have suddenly burst upon tbo plains, carying flie and sword in every direction. Though it in said to be a general rising of the hill tribes, the tautals are described as the clilof actors in this hostile movement. Ihoj-e men, who are always understood to bo one of tho abongiual races ot India, were invited by our govern ment tone twenty-live years ago to setle in the vallejs of the hill-1, and cullivute that rich soil. The district occupied by tliem Is usually denominated the Iiniuin-1 k< h, ni.d bus for the last fifteen years been under the su perintendence of Mr. Pon'et. an uncovenanted officer, a man ol the highest administrative ability and the most benevolent disposition. Wben he took eliai^e ot the lamin be found no more than 3,00') Hantals settled there. I nder his auspices tho population increased in thirteen years to 83, COO. Three years ago the following di script iou was published of tfijs district: ? The Damln i koh fs the one bright spot lu tlie lower pro vinces on which the eye rests with a feeling of satisfaction. While in ovary oiber district everything hug been stationary, here alone wc see |fte and progress, und II has been created by the benevolent energies ol una mun, who has acquired such an ascendancy over the minds or the Suntals. anil so effect ually secured their confldenoe, a* to be regarded by them lu the fl)i lit ol ft superior being. He has only to express a wish, nnd It meets with the mint cheerful obedience. Throughout tills trai t ot dilllciili country be lias encouraged the Inimi K? ants to construct roads troin village to village, such as are not to be seeu in any other part of liengal. Tbnt such a tribe, who owe all their prosperity to th" exertions of Government nnd its officers, nnd who were surrounded wl'h plenty, should have risen in arms, breathing vengeance against, us and our institutions, is incninpteheiisiblc. '1 Tic insurgents are not ruthless plunderers, but a race of hardy, bold, and industrious agriculturists; and this circumstance renders it more diffi :u It to comprehend tho movement. Some have as serted that they were pres-ed into service, and not paid by those who were employed in constructing the railroad throupli th?ir country, und that the immediate occasion of the outbreak is similar to that of the insuriootionul ('411)111 ? the violence offered to their women; but tho railway officers, who have been tho severest sufferers by theinsnr rcctii n, mod positively deny having either oppressed the men or insulted tue women. And the fuel .that tho rebellion must have been planned for many mouths, nnd presents all the appearance of u complete organization, is sufficient 1o contradict 'he assertion. At present tho most probable cause appears to be a spirit of religious and political fanaticism which has broken out among Ihem. It is belli veil that their god lias tuken human lonn, nnd tbet they are commanded by a divine authority to expel the Europeuns fioin India und segl him upon its throne. llie number of the Insurgent- is variously stated at from 30,010 to 50.000, divided into four or live purtics. They have burst upon the three districts of Bhagul poie, Moot sheda bud, and Heerbhoom. They are armed with pcculiutly formed axes, brightly polished, and bows and arrows (the latter poisoned), and a few muskets. Nothing was so Utile expected a< su:h an outbreak: the count y wus reposing in absolute security, whou it was announced that tho Hillmen had conic down upon a I'arognh und mur ler? d hiin and 15 of his native consta bles. They appear suddenly to have spread themselves over a country of more than 100 miles in extent, vowing the death of every Kuropean, bnrning down houses, and destroying property. Ti:e Hon. Ashley Eden, th" joint magistrate at Aurungubnd, tins contrive i to collect 200 aimed men with whom he i* holding out 'gainst a bige body of the insurgents, said to exceed 10,000, aud it is hoped that ho will be oblc to hold oat till rolievod by the trcops marching to his aid. Mr. Mudge, employed on the railway, has wri'ten to Mr. Eden, that having plenty of guns ai d ammunition, he intended to make n staml at I'a kosr, a subsequent lctier stated that the number of Insur gents mutchlng on Pakoar exceeded 1:4.000. but the troops were expected to icach it lief re the attack. The magis trate ofEhsgt lpoie. and Mr. Fontet, and the Kuropcans from the suriouudingcoi.ntiy have intrenched themselves at Kitjnishiil, where they will doubtless be able to main tain their ground till the arrival of the Hill Hangers from Hbtigulpore. The tiim attitude maintained by this hand fi.l of I uropeuns appear* to have checked the progress of the enemy, and 11 therefore conjectured thn' they will not stand a shock with our regular troops. The eugi neers on tLe Hi e of rail endeavored to make a stand ut oue or two stations, but the stations wore forced, ami they weie obliged to fall back. The only effectual ehe-k which the tebel* have as yet received wus from Mr. Ma- 1 seyk, sn imligo planter, wl.o succeeded, with the aid of bis Mends, in defending his factory and driving off the enemy. Tin re can be l o doubt that several Kuropcans l.a>e been rnut dei ed, nut I will not purtlcubtrias their name* left the information sh< uld p.ove incorrect aud Ir.Hlct a fortnight's distress on their relatives. Two la dies, however, Mrs. Th iuus anil V iss Pell, who were tra velling in palanquins, fell into their hareis und were bar barously mns-acred. Tho body of Mrs. Thomas was foi n'l on the road, nearly uncovered, with Iho be ul and t nn leg almost fevered from the body. Ills reported that the hai tals have surrounded luugvpore, and vow tley will "nek Moor'liodubad. Ihe most energetic measures have 1m e i taken to bring up ticops to quell the insurrection. Bengal hits been in profound tranquillity for no long a period that tlieto were scarcely more than 1,000 troops wltlilu a run/e of 160 miles of the scene of revolt when It broke out. A soon as information readied Berhainpore, Mr. Tmigood, the niagi.-trate, made a lequisition for troop' on th" enm mandaat, oud a wing ot the regiment slarted with him, and by the last account was within eight miles of one of the enemy's encami mcnts. Three companies were sent oft from lion ick|Mue by evpiess train to tlie point near est tbo disturbed district, and would endeavor to roach it by forced marches. A Queen's corps is ordered to h id 1: self in readiness to start ut the shortest notice. As the ilver l? open, a native regiment is just proceeding to the sent of war from Bnrruckpore in steamers. Two guns from Dumdum have been sent up under the command of Ueutcnnnt Aabhurner, as there arc not more than two or three unserviceable guns at Berbamporo, and lieut Doweil ftlso proceeds with some mountain guns. There is, tbei eiore, every reason to believe that the insurrec tion will be si eedily quelled, but not without great de struction of property and great loss of life. A correspondent of the London fhnmil wi Ites:? Sooht, July 15, IS').".. Ibe pi incijisl cause nsslgtieil for this lawless outbreak of brutal fuiy and violence, by the natives to whom I have ?poken, is oppressive treatment by the n -l-t intJ of the tailwny com] any, aud by eon motors' assistants and n.tiei dina'es generally, nn l tl.e deheti "htnent of their women. These people ate voir peaceable aud quiet, lie nor steal, are strictly honest and upright In nil I heir dealings, and very jealous ol' the honor of their women. 1 think it Is Mr. Ulcketts that j ives nn instance of one of tliem turning round, and thrusting ft strannr in the coolest manner wlili a poisoned arrow, for merely toughing at one of hi? women passing, the lieirg i as all their women are) in a slut" of primi tive nudity, tho common custom amongst these peo ple in their jungles, and which. It would appear, excites no improper feelings among t those aeons ?omcd to witness nature in a state ot primitive simplicity. Well, these people, though p' acoable and quiet when well trna'.ed, when their passions are once roused, paiticiilurly by outrages o!I(ied to their women, become excited to madness. Th?y ?ay the rnil way people bavc been guilty of gross violence and op pression ? one Instance mentioned is. that of o KijaU living I.ea' ll.e line ut Kajnialuil. having been Isiil hold of by the neck by one of the railway M-Istants in the pro ?ence of his people, and tremendously klckel, Tlileis dignity offend to a native noble has contributed not a little to bring aliout the pro-ent desperate reaetlou. Py another wri'er, the rising Is rie.o .ih. I as in (Treat (?art a rent movement : ? Frtmi lepurts, I hear tliey tlrst tisli the people tliey lay hold of wh" is iheir /emlmi*r, and who is their Mahajunf Their next order I* to show wheie lhese hve, of whom thiy UnuiedLi'ely mike inluce mrat, if they catch them. Tliey have looted and burnt Mkour, the town where tho Ambar liannoe resided, hbe has Isdted to Juggo>ibundah H.iy'" houso, near I ooskan. 8ho mado .Itiggoobundah Roy her Dewan 1* *t cold weather, heport lias It that before attaching her tor she Is a de-cendsnt ot one of tlie liill Itajnhs, they wrote her a latter in Naggreo, asking h- r to i educe her rents to what they wet e in the time ol their anc stors. .-he langbed at the iibs, and they consequently "seked ? tetown, and burnt It to the ground. It seem* in for mer dsys tho smtals n?ed only to pay two annas for each bulltrck plough, and four annus for r.-ch buffalo plough, without any reference to the quantity of land tl.iy cultivated. Now ib"y have to pay so much per bfeha. 11. ey also sny thst if they borrow two rnpes in.m a Vabnjun, they pay five ruj^is, and still hsve tue two rupees bunging over tliem, tluit they arc tteered and c) eated in every way, and aie > tarxiujr. Anoth> r ??nm I laint of theirs Is Bg?'in-t the railway ag? nl?, v> liuse ser vants take their goats, fowls, and women - r. Tlx Cnlt<?l Rfntc* and the ^vnnil Duri, .f.ipenhaic-it (Aug. 24) CorrMpondeni" of tlv London lime*.] It i.? n-_>w some month* ego that I wa* enaMed to -end yr.u tho sutmance of n diplomatic communication ioin the r*nirh Minister fur Foreign AflTnir- tu the government i.i the I nittd Miiiw, <.r? tK? aohjert of th? -sound fbie*. llit iWumint lias now been puuliOted by toe American iii|or.4, and thin been nrought to the knowledge of the I ?nirh public although, after a lap*e of Mime time, an* tr a v?ry i? iiDdnKout manner White It cotiftrm* in rs ivm the epitome I Kent y"U, it openr the door for n f>i> 'mark*, f. r It mart he taken for grnnted tint the l?n i h Miulxti r han wilfully pot vcr'ed the fae.:* <>l the ca ?e, ?? it ranrot be *tippo<ed thnt he I* really Ignorant ?f the detail* of the subject cn whieli he write* ?tich i? volumi nous despatch When he regret*, for Instance, that the Auk rlaatt tu ?errment should have suddenly taken ao very extreme a -t? p an to give notice of the termination of the Tr. -.ty of C ( tnmei cc between the two ^tate lifter tb' expiration of n year. without having previously entered inlo a ?rjr?i. i in tii ns with I enmark. t.y Wldoh the anticipate.* * riiq* r< in I ll/atlou loight liaie been happilt avoided, h. -'err. IO limits C' triplet ely the bet that more than ten yoa ? have elapfed idnce the question ot the Motitt ? line. wa? lir-t taken up by the Ainethan goicrnment. |t wa* 'e far back a? the year 1843 tha tt A cri-nn minister, then re?idirg at t'openhagen, nuidf c?r t?lrt pro rmr.l* to the I rtniah cnl.inet, which we.v hw ?.>4 l,r Mr. ' tehapnn in 1848. with the additional <.fl. i oo I' d n r. ot tb' t nl'ed Mate* to | ay th? mm of S I UK) t ? Iv-n n Ntk. a* ?n IndemnltKttlfln lor III* a 'in* At? > ->.tp? erd i *y.rm t!-' [.i> m"".t i - . . : !t-te ; future. 1b 1163 tbe present Secretary of the foiled Statea, Mr. Mar 07, reverted to the subject, but with do better WC8IM than hi* predeceeeora. Under theee cir cumstances, the Wamlnfftoa cabinet found that nothing wan to be gained by further attempts at negotiation jand that the only way to hriug Denmark to reason ?as to give notice of the termination of the treaty, in doing which tbey were perfectly justified by the stipulations contained in the convent ion itself. Another misrep.esentution contained in the Danish note is that the United states have seldom to pay more thau a couple of hundred doUurs iu a year, whereas the sum in reality amounts to mure than 8100,000 annually. From 1828 10 1834 the average gum paid by the American flair as tribute to Denmark tor pawing the Sound amounted on the average to 1107,46" annually, and the aggregate oum of the next following five years was 670,473 Danish rixdollais banco. The correctness of those tig are* cannot be disputed, and indeed they can be checkod by any one who la aware of the nature and extent of the Sound Due, for there are years in which ninety-six American vessel have passed the Sound, and each vessel with a cargo of 2.000 bale* of cot U n? their staple article? iu subjected to the payment of 91,720 for Sound Dues. Arrival of Gov. Shannon In Ktiiuu. HIS RECEPTION AT WESTP0BT, MO ?BIS SPEECH AND4 PLATKOHM. [Correspondence 01 the St. Louis Democrat.] Webwobt, Mo., Aug. 1, 1850. Governor Wilson Shannon, Mr. Keeder'a sacieaaor, ar rived at Kansas City this morning. General and Mr. Speaker Sti ingtellow, Messrs. Watterson, Weddle, Kor mun, Hers, Mair and other Kansas legislators. met au<J were Introduced to the new Governor, who satisfied the A that ho tvus likely to prove as ethcient and cordial a co jieratcr wi.h the regulators as could have been selected from the free States, even if Atchison, or his most devot d disciple had been the doctor instead ol' tho i'rc-ddenl t f the I rntcd States. After dinner a commi' tee of gentlemen, "residents of We?t ]oit. acroni| aided hy acting Governor Woodson, and two 1 r line members of the Le|(islaltiio. rodo down to Kan sits city, visited the Governor at ihe American Hotel, where lie put up, and invited lilm to return with them. He rode with them to Westport. In the evening he was setenuded, and culled out to ad dress tho audience, w ho hud gathered around the steps of the hotel. Gov. Shannon began his remarks by thanking the audi ence for their courteous reception. It gratified hint, he said, not because it was personally flutteriag. hut be came it showed him that they wore not disposed to dt ride >n lits oflicial caieer in advance. It showed him that he might rely on "your aid" in endeavoring to over come obstacles which lie was aware existed, hut hoped wero not insurmountable. A Voice ? \ es. you shall have our aid. He rcgictted to we iu certain portions of the Territory a disposition to nulli.y "tho laws which have been enact ed by jour 1 egislaturt. " This was a revolutionary movement which was g'eatly to be deplored. He regret ted, he said, that he h id arrived too la e to form the ac quaintance of the members of ihe legislature. He knew n itliir.g of the laws passed by them, hut from tbe ability and palriotiom of the gentlemen who composed it, he doubted Lot that they were wise and judicious. But, even if they wrie not wise and judicious, open resistance and nullifies'.!' n of them was not Hie proper way to de feat their provi.-ton*. If they wero unconstitutional, there were courts to appeal to, which had been created lor the puipoac of deciding such questions. As to ihe legislature that recently *tj< urned, at the Shawnee Mission, lie regarded it as a legal assembly (cheers), an 1 thought that the objection to its power grounded on i's removal from lawnee, was puerile, as every I.? gblature enjoyed the right of removing tho seat of government at pleasure. The execu tive and judiciary of tho Territory kau ac knowledged Ihe legislature as a legal body, and so would he. (Good.) He icgarded their laws at binding on every citizen ot tho Territory, and wo. ild use all his executive p'jwe and authority to curry them into eject, (t beers.) lie. aid he did not in'end to addicss them on the virions ip Jh' ms that divided tho parties in the fer litory; peilia did not undorstaud them; and he had not expected ti eak on this occasion. To one subject, however, he Id allude? slavery. His otlicial life and carcer were noi unki.rwn to a poriion, at least, of tbe ettirens of Kansas. Ho hud no Intention of changing bis political tail h. He thought, with refe.ence to sla>ery. that as Missouri and i- aosasweie adjoining States, as much of that Immense commerce up the iniriouii which was already rivalling the commerce between tbe Unitod States and snmo l.uro|, countiies, must noces.^ailly lead to 11 trade, and perpetual inte.oourse between them, it would be well if their iuxiitutions should ha'mo nizi ? as otherwise there would tie continual quarrels and border feuds. Ho was for slavery in Kansas. (Loud cheers.) Aftei thanking the audience, the new Governor with drew. Gen. WitnnEii>s|?ike next. His sjieech. to use a Dutch phiase, wis "worse a bad;" it wsJ far infoi hir. even to bis nnti eloquent uddie. s to tbe delegates ut tho sutiw n< e Mission. ('lies were rai.-ed for Gen. Barbee, but the gallant bri gadier suddenly bolted. 'Ihe audience then shouted for I'arks! Col. Hay li.ouuied the steps? 1 am requested to say that .Mr. Turks' modesty pre\ ents him from -periling. A Iree und onsy voice ? Well, Colonel, I hope notliin' '11 p> event jou from s| caking. Col. H <Y, aith digni.y ? -ir, I 'peak at the point of the I en, or to lea.-onuule gentlemen? uever to an excited . ri.wd. h Ihe crowd happened to be in 11 good humor, and took this >eveie rut s? a Jest. scd cbeeied the speaker. You will oh-erve that Governor si aunou hinted that : e might require the al l of illssoutlani; for the crowd that be addressed was composed of residents of Westport, sndWostp irt is in the Mute of Wissouih Whether the Governor is aware ot this t?et I know not; but 1 do know that be railed the Kansas I-egi lature (when speaking to Missomians in Missouil) your Legislature. The Boby Show In Barton. WHITE AND BLACK BABIES. Willi R.-. TLe L'ustun Trartller of the 12th inat. ? 'Die attendance <>u the exhtbi ion at the MunIc Mali, thN morning. In a manliest improvement on those of 'ho morning aid evening yesterday. The promenade ia trlcrabljr crowdcd, and so is liie orchestra platform, whiie irany. weary of | erauibolaling the bail, have <jui etly taken their wuita in the galleiiea. .No new teaturin ot intariat have appeared in the exhi bition, it we < xcept the addition of a few rata of nursing twlna, not present ytaieiday. No othe- triplet# eJ'her lia\e uppeated than the Buckley children? Hind no qua teins whatever. Mire Ilardy lr holding her u?ual levee*, and in RurroumUd by a crowd of won lor-?tricken ob rci vera. The patron* of the exhibition, those wilU. ig to pity foi it, a| |Knr .itiltc aati-<Ued wiih their entertainment. The ball ex under one year old, to whom the Jud^aa a warned the Fix caali premium*, to-day. at the Maaie Hall, wcieaa n llow/: ? 1st piemiani... .11. (>. KoMiM..Bu?toa. 2d " ... .h. C. Beiry.. .4 Cunard avenue, Hoeton. 3d " ....J- McAlliaicr..I)edhani. 4 lb " . . . . M. H. Bryant . . Kant Medford. 6lh " V. A. I eouard.-ou'h Ronton. Iiipl. maa weie awarded to about tweuty bountiful children under one yiar, among whom were thoae who held ccrillicutea Aw. 8f>. 26, tO aud 43. MACKS. The colored baby ahow la well patrcnitx 1 to-day; the srictotorr, ranging f'nun 150 to .0) (leraonn pre*eui at a tune iu a .mall Lull, make a reapectuble attendance. The e.- of hvbie< on exblbi'.iou to day reaches to nearly sixty, the majority of ?hi-ti are really good look, uig. A pc'te< ly unmixed Aiii-an there hum ten muntbfc old, attracts con idi ruble aiten4on ? uUo a very l.irpe ard lendid Imbe of ihe a. me a<e ctiild of a mate, llie little <r<a'nrt not only bear , but ia b of fan ai d inti llimuce. Am' he. p*c.lia.~ feature ia thu pru dence of an actually white niothe. with her. not raala'to, but i|U.idri < n babe, fhe 1 an tngli h-.roman, and l led her hualmnd. a aeanmn, iu that ooun ry. Another lady priseiit, ?i h n child darke< tlutn her.a'lf. hit* been uiMnkcnby the uninitiated in color for a white *otnan. She if a ?vLilitero.'ii or lleatizo, or probably a very lair t,iuidrcon. the reaidea iu 1 harleatown, Mann. Hoitltlhl.K Mlil'EH OF A I.ITTI.E GlRL IK NEW Orim ? ? Ve liiaid yerteidaj the pa/ricularn ?f a trage dy. which, i< trne thrimgtioiit, exceed unylbing in the w ay cf human Uendi Lnwaa that we have ? ve? becnculled upon to rcco'd. The pari teulam an wra nl Ui u?, are It-jyi: Iu the lmaedfng hoi.-c or furul-ned room c?t*b Iblitwnl iif Mr?. Wrown. a' the corner ol Bourbon and CaLOlatireU, and over the c. oloctlonary al t tint corner, way an old woman lamed nelton, tar gone In connutna ti "ii. and ile ertcd by he; d stora tlho waa poor, an I in debt f *r her li dgii'g.. Mm. Hrnwn "D llomUy lllnfrf her tl at she *ai- n<d al>.e to Ve-p bei any longer in the hoiiae, and that the wnuld liar.! to aeok hxlgi ig< eltf where. Tliil Kttna to hn . e g eatly irritate I the oM ??> man and to have in red be, to an act of the mo-t borri ble ter< i>ge. In the rrening r he aeul her nurae, ayoiinf iri^h glil, tor aomi cauipbene. When the gi I returned ?ith it, ahe prured it in ? |a?l on the floor of her room, 'then, loariug Mr-. Brown a aoopted daughter, Ma y a ?'<H t little thing thiee and a halt yenra old. playing in the hall outline, ahe calkd to nor, '-Mary come in herd , I re got a cake to gt>e you " Mary t fjiped in. unrna l ec inal). and '.hen the old notuati. ?e ting Ore to the c impbene i-n thfc door wi'b a candle, arixod be- aud threw her into the hinting pool, lb* poor litth Inn -cent Mled the boure with Iter ahrieka. and when 'he ?aa ail ahbtc, her murdereaa -etiied Uer and put br rout into th< entiy, after *hi? h *he ala.gered back to her bed. The wiine' -e ofthl* din holh ?l lie wrie the aer< an' girl who fled alfr'ghted freto the hotire, and an orphan boy. named ?If ftTge. about rvytv year* old who waa in >he entry out aide. Aa focn aa Muiy. all en\ eloped la llaina ?aa Ihr- wn ont by *>er mu de eaa, thia lltti* fellow, witb adtuiiahle courage, rolled her the lluor an il the tlniiM a * er* extinguished, and then went into the room ?ai ?! put the flte < tit on the (to^r. It Wa< all the worn of a moment, ai d lieir.g ir. -be thiidatory. wan over ?>ef re ?iij one could -otne o t^e re cue. The Uitlegirl linge-od in rxcrutia'ing pain uu..l hreo o'clocit on Tue.?Uy after D' on. when death rani" to ber lell^f ; and ftie wa? burled a',10 o'i lock yeatrrd^y Mr?. Brown, in her to.l.le, tl vet th< light that It W.I her duty U appiieo I hi o>?ro ner of ti e ocei-rrence. Mr.i. Clx lion. immo>liately *fter p? Tjetratii g the drea-fnl .teed waa etriied in a chair to another Ixmidlnf 1 "*.i e It ia not likely that ahe wil e>ti be tioubled by the law, aa ahe la imbeeile, bard) al le fowalk tnd *111 .mnhtle a die he'. re a tr al could had We l-aie ue-er hen d of a oiore t< rrlnl* retail a ?ick wonu.u a (rrasy than thia.? .Vf ? OrUan* <Vv? r ,tf% ,K>-j t. 0. A Cm is Kas^ap? Election of Mckicipal ( -nt ? - ix I ilv ?%W0NT'f.? l<e*Tcnwurlh. In kan< t a, ha* hi en Trade a city, and on the A innt. an el-etion ?aa he|?i foi a Kayor aid u -e rouncihnen For Mayo, ? Ihomaa f. lo. um receieetl 2*.*) \ot??. I ' ounciho" - Vni. 1. Marvin VA I red? rick 1 Hm rv. i :>a. Ihoa. Il |x ? 1? VW: J. II. nay, lh*. J. Park, 172 J. II. Met lellanl, 1?4 A lam llaher, 180: G. H. K<u aell, 10V; W. I,. Truetdale, 162. Iheie ?an anoltx ' i-'ket hut tft< tote which it re. r< ived la not atated. A note accompanying the* retarna iay? ? "Ihe electh n wo olT pl> aaam ly and >|uiet.|y So di?tnrh?ne* ef any n?'? e. no in'i tc i nce on the part at outsider" au l lamf' II/ atl fled r ha' eve-y vote grven wan a good '? gil vo'e. ill . m? were laid aatdo." IT a 1 1 t Sat I / II' 'i >a i c" n'o . t , . y f,?* nine ?(.)' ir. flil-J.

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