Newspaper of The New York Herald, January 3, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated January 3, 1861 Page 3
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geut tat*.'-. tk>n ..nd km lly v b&g ? 11 <?*#>, j \%o caonet fisubt ibat a* w< c th*i u'?' rte ?> to c nature ?kub have *? '?n.' ex?eteg will b*?f . 1, M tbat w eountry will bo I* | ?>' he .eQtfcv. ' y 'it J visit 11 tho fen bset-y. Itu rf-;??r th- Prtec# of Wales wig ?ignnitzod b/' r ' neighbois, the 4 her Britannic Ha> ty, with 1 ?very testation ?>f i< yaJiy aid enthusi.. at Hi* r i-, ftoui tho BN'iii'i-l ol" bis enUr/ .0 his exit, wan no ; r't knti"' , v?t?' n Reprct'otli g iB thosi dominions the vegtil authority, bo waK j'Uftiy cut! ! d to tho Aowb turn I ut ou pa"in/ it,to tb# territory of th) VHM?d N*t* * he d: > pr ??? this chv ector, and .nr. g a# as Lord KiAh . and without pride "r ottent.'.t en *o ?*?v?xt th" ?'oW!n ??> h< u<tbof a nation own wb rn <: ?! ?o other claim tl hi, fc> inv rDai.o i ?jy, to every rtistinpui?h*d <#.. .gner >vbi vL * o country. Tho cordiality w :i th; 'inlrer ?eulity rf re? p<?: >fccwn him, w?.re th# mft"t!'es'a ? Hoot. of < ur ?. f<*i ib > L'rr it b uati'ii. and a-i ? v. ic*;t af our apprei iat)* a of th?o u tecy totui.oCd by isn visit, enhun < 4, u ??? tile, by ou, respect tor tho prOTonl , ?w?r?i.-ti of es.pV e, whose womaniv vtrt"-n have sron th idt* ni'>1 ti e Aiufi an people If t:i..-o existed I -wnywhtiasjh ihi" country a ."oiit.g of ui.K'iidiie; a roll# trf th. m iv' ! ? tweun th i two n 'So,.fl, this ?,?*? t L J dispelled it n, ties of frkni't blp btve Wd itro, tb ?ed between > '?'"is of a ?omn on kindred an t ? run. men Ungwt" 'ho rrtlzons of NtY< ;k, ideniflea .w ?ro tholr ?:ti i f tn with IkoM of Otvat Britniu f 1 U r JtBvjrica-i po bOfjii'M i>y (Tj'lrr.nt* 1 relat! & ml continuity of territory, should *?p?'i >n'ty re^rd" the (#Wt with ia\ or. Dl^ticteata muftaomotta- -l?.\ even ... a free g,v Tort'Ki* nt, and oom' ir I misitBiw*tiUMliDg8 ar* inci dent to every MBfedorMy it,'" r.'irtual pr - e* Ijirh "f poraoi bt mm of our - *t?r fct^ti n, wth tho avowed porpoco of (UwolTti gtlM fuuerallMtt ^.aro novo tholeM, asubjtciof jialtii I tppr^hc irioa, uad no immin-'tit has i lie dopjrrr bien e,t t > bo t',at '.he bv, .ntivi wT/ra of the ooui try hav been Arr&rgcd uid tho pubilo a-,nl I gioatly perj>k-2ii J. The ooti.pllcuii'.. b vvbii: r.nvl. ?n tho queet on of u I ?peody a*i.!untni?'i,t of oxistirg c^'ioaal difficulties ore ??? tbo result* ?rf iiiiy new a.. 1 unexpected (^viaca, bit nre tbe uiow growth of a geaciat^n. Tho cvoata vi' tho J yurtyear, anioi >r w?neh )<i tho ?tpn!'V:int disroptiimof the ' Charicfit'u Cotventiou uj >p, il Uwt, httvo jt.U to ] produce a more i oral corn ;> i ion ib:>r<j t-lists ui j active aa>> inflmntiai oJaw of iv ii'lcianaaltho So- ude VberaU tj inspiiiig to nestroj tb" American UnV a, an J ; to oonst met from the roi: a a ?ontheiu conio WUilo niMtiy have belk'v* <i tbat th" froquen-. in-.iii'eefa tkoiH oi iii?cont..tii au.oii: our uihorn br^. 1). u tivi flb*<ir origin in re*l or !<uv i ^loti^s ea '.'i? p*r' of tho North, and hnve beeu Willing to j , asjm^Thotio o-"j to them complaint*, they are *t -pc " t, now that it is idmo apparcut that sete^sk u h..u bO> u vutoutp (ted for yeaito oucoorugi'an att ru;*eJ <!? tructfon l>i M.a vori ii'ut "fen mere df-lara'. inn ip'irt il b/ evi den re. liut 1 i.o not inie: ilou the r'y .* i wi,o th. c .'.en sceessian; on the contrary t -r pt <;>?< docUr ."f m?ry ?* thoe<? of ennieet and detdrmtned t?*n; end vbUo I have fu?th that tim> w'Ue vutniiy m lify th?lr views, cbango the-r purfK"*' i an'! pr-?v 'nt th.-n from n>*)tir.g ntv-dty to inevit .bi struct u thr? ( h ths paths of treason aivl civil v. ?. ordio-viy pn ?< -!ic tut**H tills patriotic Comrr nwo. '. h nhoui.l r i hokl a pccitK'U of .ip]Mri:nt indill.': snchi.'- that w: should de)il? ra: >ly comtidtr our rolatkinx to tho ?' jv of prvpupi .1 stcession, as well as th" dut t which "s h an ev.-i.t may foroo uj>on u*?. Reiievbig tbit ts ti,.'n ?onioderaey had iteorigin and eobf.unuiiutioa iu aa .tual "eacriJdWL .. if! bei.fflta; ihut It is ban- i up?.i r tolenm eesnpact to whirb th*1 wb >lo people of t!\*> United States ?wern parties, and I v which all are tli m!y boi d.1 , and that .Ibis compact provides for a fieaoofol redrew of fun '.a TiboLtal grievances. It is ck or that, withou* a disregard of mutual ?ngagomen't>i, no State can vi^wniarlly s?o?3 o from the Union. A separation of oo? or rsion) oi tho >-tat'a, though caikd 8e,.'.BSii,n ;uid cUioiotl to be iawfai un i. j rtght:i crroneowilj' *uppo?-ed to hav-' b, u res? i ved to the Btatee, enn, nevertheiwis, h*' p-^ctl..i'. ?, if ib.r.g-'kje than dkfunion. and disunion, so soon aa Ushall take its needful form .Mid pioporiiuijS, mufct reveal itfleif In 'ho cUarac tur of ticasou, which it v. .1 be tho hi.'h duty of tho general government to arr>ct and panien. The 1 iws of ?m' United States must t>? oxerutedt tho requirements of the constitution iniwt be obeyed. 11 the national govern ment is to exist, Its power m mt be adequate to tl.a ea fercement of its'laws in any of the St.itea of the Union, and under any circunintiuKca i'o peri,,it or to :i';quieHcc In a treasonable conspiracy a> alnst tho nation U uUtiiorities Is to confrss tbat our govornrnont .? an abaolute failure. The people of the Htate if New York, In my judgment, are not prepared for such an admission; on th. contrary, ?hey will give to tli" foderal authorities, in tbe adoptkai of all wlte, juet and necsaanry measures l?r the enforce nentoftbc lows, thc-.r earr.vit, faithful an 1 Cututant support. AHbougb 8tienuoui;ly opposed to tho cstabiishmer.t of the oompromise line of l&ttl, yet, aa a settiement of tho then existing difficulties. New York, and the N'or.h g juo rally*, irquiescod, and.ror Ifel th'.r l of a century, were eontrnt to regard aa sacred a compact, inuring iarg 'ly to the advantage of tbe friends of slave labor. J u? nance of 1787 had anxMMwatMt to free labor tho whole of the Northwestern territory, and, in proocse of tim>', tho rapid stream of emigration hud organised it iuto rftaten ]u the meantime, Southern society being lesB expai.>.:ve, the North, by natural CauSea. acquired a prcpouderat og tofieencc in tbe national ,-oui.cila. Th'; tcrnJe-y .Vvat of ?io Missiaaippi and north of 30 dug. 30 min. was ' II nn> eoeupied. reekiDg to preserve its political power, and in Milte of its plighted faith, tho Sooth deterinu d loi. movo the barrier to the introwuctioti of slavery to t! is sect on and to. ccupy It. The tacts connected with the abrogation of tho Jilt aouri ccmpuct are too recent and too well knowu to re r're detail; but from tho boar in which tbe rights of North were thus invaded, sectional disagrc m"iits have been growing wider and ntoro io'...ns?>, until tho tolr fabric of th" Union is seriously threat"in I. Not disiting the atioptku 01 th" Missouri lino in ",SJ0, and opposing, with ainiort solid front, the weight of her toAuenco to the ropcal in 18i>4, tbia Htate do* a not ask, ?or doeh she desire, th" restoration oi that iiuc. Al t. r full and free diect-ssioo lier people hit# doc arcd :.gaib?t tbe extent-ion of slavery into iuiy of ttie T?*ri it n !.au i this <hey regard aa a disposition of tbat question until revoked by the same an thirty Kver r> ady. neverthe less, as slie hxia proved heisolf heretofore, New Yoik will, in sU hemor itde ways, endeavor to reoou -iic- tho ??trangemeiits now existing m Hie cCuMry. A magnaiiim'.us and loyal ^Uite, in su b an exigency, may well fo .go th.' question whether assumed gric ranees are ieal or only imaginary ; but while her action should be marked by patience, calmness, conciliation nnd frater nal u(Ieet.< o there should l>" no t>ur nder oi" imp*iruuit rights, nor sacrifice of vital prineipies. it s equally clear ane should not insist on rrrnte of pndo, or ox ra* re abstract lona. Though brought forward under misapi rel.ens n, one such grievance IS alleged aguinst thisstato. In lP40,c ?u formabty to the genei ally riceivr.d opinion of tint day, the legislature passed a -tetute granting atrial by jury. iu the courts of this Hate, to p.Tsona cMrg<d aa Iviiug fugitives from scrriro Afterwards tbe Supreme Oour: of the United Stales, in the case of Prigg against the Uemmotiwealth of I' linsylrsnia, decided that all Stat" laws, even though subordinate to the federal enactments, and favornbl. to the extradition of fugitives. w.>r" incen ststent with tho constitution of the United States, and therefore void; and so this statute of our Stale, which granted a trial by jury, became lneffoctiv". It h is b -on ?nlvereally held to be obsolete bv ail our commentators and all our public authorities, although now improperly classed among what are te. lmirally called "Hersoosl liberty laws, and made oecatiim for exciting jealouales and discontents. 1 therefore recommend Its reper.l. In this ennhectlon, and whilo disavowing any dispnsi tion to mterfere with what exclusively peitaiua to the in dividual States, and in a spirit of fraternal kin<lncsa,I wouki respectfully invite a.I those States whieh h.ive upon their Ktatute' b< ks any la w of this charact<>r con tbetmg with the federal constitution to repeal them at the earliest oppoi tonity. not npou condition tlwt a more equitable fugltivi slave law b" pa?s< d, iv r upo,i any other conditions, but reiving for the ]>roper modlfl. atsio of this Miactment upon tlic mat ice sud wisdom of the federal .iotborities. I^et the free stales fulfil all the obligations of the federal eonMitutlon and laws; then, with propriety, tbev may exact like obedii nee from all the oi!>*r Sutea. That the President and Vk:e Incident rl?'t, though m net itutionaliy chosen, were una. (*'ptabl> to a iiortion of the Month was 'he rause flr?t arowi-d for aer<>asion. IMs ground, however, prwrhtg uatenable ss soonss as xtinied. the sgilalsri :ell ba< k "jion other aU- ?e.i griev aDce . and reueweg their c mplai.itk with a view to ex^a perate snd at.rm'the people of those MMcs with idle and oainful fr ir*>. Krery i?>o kuow* or nmy kn<sw th:it Uie newly "lectod I r< ridmt mi J Vice 1'rcn'l. m not oui) 'an have no r> olive imrilf r to do any tnjni y to th< rompbtinlnt; HbttM, but that they will tiare n<> power to exerriw for such a p-trnoe* 'fit- Kn^le of Ihe Uti.ti J (UM a- oov? coirn oiled by ?b?' natne i?oUt,c;il nw.VM lty which l?w controlled It for the b*t two Pmttent ui tf-tiL" the Ho\,ge of Reprnooa ? tative*. already rbr??'n for half the term for wtilch the i*r?wtd<'nt and Vtoe l'rcel-lwit are elected, am of the wmn iiMjo> Ity **? 'he V uut<", hart lL><' Sjptemc Court is practi cally the Mine n? it biic hfcti fc v nearly a quarter of a evutury; and all th- ronatltotlonal fiueantece are In fort* n*.w, ax Im'i ?t"(< re, againat M?cutive r.rurpntion- or *ec ttamal Intel ferenc?e. * li J<- the question of ?lan, v. throughout ?U li'tory. h ?? U- ?n a *? ? .l?|ecl aC debate, th? record of the pa?t will Mku? that the people of tb? free - have retoa.-ied wotiumt witb tt.- deposition of the eubjict made by < onetlt iMon and fen. r.u Uwa, and hare 'efraland kTrom any |idkt;cal apitMiofi of it until attempt* wore yta?rpi?trtiti.v (Bade Ui esiMi'l I he ln#t|t>itlo# Into th>' na t*>naJ domain, wth u rlew. a-, w? bare mm, lo increase , fete uumb- t ol the i-tavrboMian State# The alternative , ?a-s n.?w force.'. upt*) the North#? Ft a tea, either of a t %.?.-le?v <a?itMlo"i M tU* subject of ularery, with a rtom tn > ?!? reav val e\jj Iron) the aJaveholdini State* th? ni . 01 rlae of '#bi?Ij>J( Ha Introduction into the puMx ,ioi ??in. through th? int?rventon of the f#do*n] grnrera m,., ? rhey cUi?e the litter, and hav.> r?n *11'wv*n,m? ntix and in the ti t ?"lemn manne* pi ?lgrd to " if# ?.ie states, tbo |>B! , >bM>Iut* Mid HfiquWtl'MiAd i.?ntr * ie?ili?t/in, mana^ id out and diapoeftion of a^vet ? tlMr:r own ThW l? Ibe poeitio# of t the fn * "tati ? to day, ?? it ha> bMti; and the uonvlet ?et3tS,u?nt* o) the whole rn??ple hare ~ Uaj**-<? ? i?<1 ? ff*etiuo. ?re in h-cmoiy wltli It. \nre'- * '?>' (iriefa, or ?l thculiare d?*m ^ hi an na) "* J "?t. a few iDOMkierate p?r (a4w of >" ^hern Sfct?? tiavr mad? elthe? actual Or eeetn VI - ukri ? *"?" rthe r (bta of the people M the Mrt! Htat ?? AHi co-wae. baa litieo met by the peo ne <<f tic In t" ir * tctcpe- and aplrlt hoaUl' and retM aloiy. a? nu, *ht tunc K>ea eip?ve<I t mrt tali re law* hive t> n pa? ?ed hy them,B.idpe*or-U4eMi ffL ?i?(t.nn ? Ma. e-. of Not *?rn birth, hare be?n degraded or haa wiiPd b> hceithe.*Mn?mtu.oiti w wtil a'.tjorit;** Wliat ie e = p*rfc*tfv w?nW, both at the Worth ai?d at 6J>? .uth, n. ' oel) * c - > of b-xtU- n ird* .ad actA, .11 e oonii. i-te rraWr-t 01 ??' tb.m>r i'.I an.I T't ixnaJ !?? latiooa Wli?h fonie rly exwtert li ?v ry p<>rtioa m ib# c??J* der?<y, aaia Pitik*.t ?b rb tb- I'ui xi c tncoafer it? high??t aiivant^M Vo apt?? heiwion, hnvrevw, ?ecd be entertained thai the pi-ople'of thte law abldlrjr Htate would in MIT on## . utei liirii w#thorlt. a or a?.?t? lu the SUte or federal ? ? ,rerun*""* t# lt>J?de n- ur.y riihl . rr prfftta(f* of |h'" ?lar? ??t#a o? the contrary, tbvy kiAiHl a?wa>a ?^#eady U? R.,.>antee M?,?? rlfhta mi to 4 nil |Mtr ?.*?.,rf?d Illhi'.ii. 'twould he wa.l f>?r the i, , Ta'n-r If' > 1' ?* h " '* ?"?' #"temn iltleranca \ ?i, ?,,. i. -til. -ii- . >? *''Hi i"<1 ti. the peopir of all the V...ib?it< M .-V? ???. that all th?lr rtt'ht# under lb' ? ? nattttilla * ?!?> >*** *' * Wl?l* <>. Will, OB j la ?- f [ tbe puepli if ihi4 State, be respected and i??t p.Hcvklata. : !' '-i uel'i , that .f j th.. ajdiud.r itio;i <thal> m.jt th? ctitm .????.' v' ? loyal ? us, we shdi safely |Kk"H itoe ?'.ui ,1. wc Iiuvo prtj-t>??J ui*ny others, without i . I ^hc. * lf respect, f<. am unwll hi <i imtt i!i. t re j.' inmen r t tho North ? uUkic ;iy foi i..< table in power or tnnuaahrs ? !l? i' ? u J J o Stale*:* lhi? which has befii ;,roduc.i>. a iueft.mal!o good, a Union which 11! f. .t. iul j,.. is have lo.^rionted, in diverse though i l-i tacniou* inod>t>, to that oomrnon toeul'.of strength, s :y ; .1 Lai, m- ?>, o. ?t to every eye, in avery rti: i . throughout the ..ttthiUid breadth o? this ex tn i>d Und. i ... b > vevor ef he m imonton* questions in .ulted, tt ' ? , ill ,o emu duty of the national Eaecutlve to a wii! i it Cc ?> >J umrness, tbe national ogfela Ml. ? V - .; m>' r.ltku t ! oUUtkiU, .Old tlw t'UBllO 1, ; u. t'bo the - att j with that repwd u> the r,.')its i .ill Ki -jii- auo tat <?!U which lie vast iofioeoM atii i? spi.r>?lbiliti.?i ?' macl. ? l'\wj sutAiundu . ?,a-jdou^ht todo&13 that It c."' avert th U.i "i <1 '...kgcr. Let New York set IL ';?,( ! .i. il ,.. i<n. Let her oppure no hen Jer, !? '.on il.nfi'DH; ij 1m1 he. i ? j? ntatlves In the folcral 1gK.. f rug ve th. cr .iv.' ". tto t.iyoeitfement hat ??h; 'i bo M'?t nd fc'Ji:< iu la tu U,atet'k<ii ut due ai'ke to tl;. cherished ti:cincri< h of tho pact, the mighty into ? i t ?< j. e*ei.t. uud m. u i ... Wof tho future. Let he. -fc.itd in a altitude of h tillty to non<\ but, tend ing th bur.d of fellow d ip t> an. and I'.va g up t1 the strict letter of th-.t j'lent f>0'lament*! taw, tbe aving and immortal hood of the Union of the.Stawa, ir.niiaily tmito with other rr u bers of tbe vonfclcrtt'y n pro cluiraiog >t. ! .r'oic.rthe d? era?iut.on that tbe conetl tiiti n . I thoiu rt;u . the Union of tb? Ktat?if shal) be ore. rv I. B. MOBflAJI. I AtiLvvr, Jan. 1, 1^01. Him FROM THE STATE CAPITAL The Antagouivm of tlie Hcpahlloan Pm tions?Tin- F.'ttd Covcrcit up not Healed? Orgduiiaticu of the L<gti>latHi?~The Chetra for Bacbauan, At., Ac* Auuvt, Jan. 1,1861. The result of t^ caucus cf tLo rep-buctin mon.hcrs la t evening .in.. uavc suttefied the mmd of auy person, however rkcm cai, that th-"? exists .u tbo republican rauk^ two bitter facti>nl, oaoh bating tl."other aaba-1 as the ri public - nud dernw icv do, and aro *n wide apart in pi n-* 'i - .ind inteutioiis at ever tbe two fan><tM purtieo '.u ,ei tho i .line." cf wtlch cur loople l.s. ' ti- cUed I ii.iny nfctiouai titrjggW, ie-i an one frii ?; Wet' tor and < , ihi-i the oth?r hy Qo??, Calhoun ? MVilgi t L?!.t, .s ? ? '.ho.1,' it It is iii. .' > v i i ipoi. j o..t. ' .it i,'!*?. -i. ouy ?cuSvMte<t to i. c-i't th rtiler pre' t, Jt.d hav? ia that protest laid tko f" .. ution, pr>; .red i ' ithoUl, and ctengifMI 1 i . .ti .otioe tliat tV y ti y bitla .h.'ir time, aod at tbeproj' r- momout t\ i'l r * ? t i U w :t,.' wul te the f nkhing sit b j of litisnj h sire new rtjOic.-.g over the), vietoiy. rh- Srv) ?? ot 'y ?? oti ..p, it uoi been eitirguiRhed bt t th" veiy <i g i3 of t!"it c*.'?n bustiblo maturfel, that ? .j ? ia _t tlr? il-u i.ud its way thiougb, ai the skiau engiaea q Mtwd's aud Littlejofcn'H i^!"i'-il ?-.?np eunnor p ? ? out. Tnrty di ll cannot ".hut , avo it. now predict u separatio* of tho burnt) .: n^irs froai me whig ftpablloana in lr? than Hit months up -i tbo vry principles embodied >n that i rt t. it otf red I ,r iir. I f.tce, of Cuter, last night. Tbe :<uldv?.c in tho republican camp la this State at Iwt huve not h hed of roses od wlikh to Uy th> ;r weary bo-ti Tho crotvtw wh<ch their lead^ts now woir ect rtli- d wKh th-rns. v,!ta Lbe nation ou the ve go o,' faii'ng to pleees and th<> 'n'.T for.>,'hey are In a pit'.abi'' plight, >lth bat little piospect of bettoring Hi u- condition .?<? piebont. xvijotli'T Weed has tho im.ide track with Lincoln, and has at his disposal tho kit- h ti r.rrtnsomente for thi -tate or not, ot a thing >9 <.rrut,i> that hin f. iend. have mado ti.o rujal m- uib-i? b'iliove that Thur lo*' i.; t, h-: tho p.?rson (hat will dual out thoSOUp for N"< w Y"tk, and every porton who is ''ip"' -ting to ).h*re In tbe g ci thing3 ot" Lint !n a admlnistiathm fiom tho Kmpiro State, must apply through him i>ud at Bret ob tain his fa^or. C|>ou th.u poll,?, aud thi.^alone, ?an Mr. Llttl' jol'U i otuinate! atid llf. R lit on icfoa; d, an as .sorti n that 1 bare ti- proof, nanus au i favors <oip?et ed to subs' antlate. ? ho'ild it turn out that Wo 3d ws not k ng at. w|i'iuK'flel 1, th- in nwy bo surnc lo?sg laccs in ofie o viie li.i.if-' c.n'v of the Hate. il; ? t ? .;u.i.iiure Kan been < rgnalsed, Uut Vyxmotivc put on tho track, and th<> engineers, firemen and brakemcn etatM.e<i tt their respective poets teady i'or operation. T: e oi iy U tag (eft t?> bo u :no In the election of tho several ? ?,tj?lu t.,? who ar. to act In tbe captc.t.. of com rr,ltte"ini d b< fore 'He train will iurt on its tl.reo months' n ?>< :?, v ?!? th >? it b" for good or evil. Let tm h"i>^, however, t 'he b'ft aud not .barge th-m with any h .rtr' ad ' ntil an overt % t shad ign.fjr to 1 a that they ? tue iiho '. to follow In the factslepv of 'hi Ir iUustrtous I'lctieoeesor It app> i t.iflt tho outl.'ifii". ra that t:(Umpired | in tin lepui .xan cauco1 laste?>n g tho r?pr>rtOd appoiDtlr lll of General ' tl to the post of v" \ ret iry of War, h i? turred ont to be premature; b t tha wild en Uu thit? <ver tn u bodjr upon the atinounco ?wnt ir i of :?U pa'tles nuiMr.g .it tberejoKunf, fur ; i h a mi uidev to tl.e strong feeling that en st ; ugall 1 ???. -. - and ? ? c* ry |?lltical faitn in this iii'l' i-lo. Thagr wir?t-n r i'<id a^i.y w<th the hi'oUigetice ti t the <m> n . i ' . i ?? ? ? , i roof theu.'iT ?< rj-ti- ? ru'i -rs from It. iii \ . p. d j 'li ? coau- pi -od ti < <-b< r I' 'bm r appeir Ihr tVlnfleld St i ? et'ij ft the republicans, w! bout topping I to .? *i !' at <?:c>? united in '.lire hearty ! che< j ? r.ii ti m ent <5..utit. if he or. r boforo re. i ipp'a-o'ts.of a repubb an ai>? iGblxge, and hii eo 11,. f'| oi t d rp| "ititm. lit h is turned out to be a car ud v. dare?ay Uiat this la tho last time. 'I In 1mvery ruUcnii nf?Proputillon to S?ii!i Hit (dalrovrrny?The Qtmotrwy In F**?r of an Armjr Mn. iay Law?llrptnl of (he Arlilirna, Air., C?c. Aiatxr, Km . 2. 1861. Th> of to 4*y l ag ben the reading of tho Governor'! mof-Mitf.', an*l the d'bate that han tolon place over it* r- f"Tt i.ce, The tnnab"m of both hr?f?' were fuD of p:.yi tic mw.iree, and ^e. m?d to have com i with the full intent < f having tb< t'ui ?u nud rt^Wrilf harmony to the preeeat districted and warlike condition of the country. Mr Ki?lnn?oo, of the Ho'i""1, offered a conourrant resolution to ??two, Dually, th< ag.iaijon of iho h In very question 'hat baa brought tbo country to the verge of civil war. Kin proj*>ltloii ie a r?eomta' ndutlon to our m'-tn b?m oi to act undwr tin) general ami achaow k-dged r< ?ht that ? ach State ha* to 00?tT?l her own do in : tic taaMtatk>iM In their own wry,under tho prorl* ion* of tlw WMtilulioi} tbut they immediately, upuu the ad mission of hanaax a? a Mtate, divide the balance of the Territory Into two Statu, and a;, ?x>n a? tho |> >oj>lo of e.vh HU4* lull adipt a t*i?t!tultou, lepubocui in >urm, to admit them int j the Cni.m, without a<iy recird to "In very or no slavery, |e?.v .ng th> fvopl" to *nke '-ar<t of the (|U< ttiou under their right* ac a. .-U'o in their own nuui tier. Till* belug a tcncirrent r? ?<>iutl''n it laid over under the rule*, but It will he brought 'ip at the verjr d-iy pr?-alble and paend. 7h ill )<>itlou of all parties seems to be to drop p.w-ty line* and party dltftr ncea for th?- moment .md work for the gool ot th* .r co intry. A more determined portion was taken by tho Senate, an "lution wiw a touted referring that portion of the t.'0Tern<>r'i roe??ige n iatms t" the crbtifl u< a aoloct eum m it tee of the, end Senator Jptn"!a, domoc-at, linm"dl atoiy oflbred it preamble and resolution authorising th* Governor to Under to tho national administration ten thouaant. <( our militia to put down UtftuTocti -n in -jae pcition of oar country. Tni -"ti.log from a douiocwrtlc member toi l exri es^rg afro' ?er languaga Uim ha- yet been hrt athedhy th" rewil>!icai?:. it may bo taken as eomhirtve evidence that tne e- ttrae <>f the Becessioafctl in South Carolina has driver. a . partle* into tb? sine po ?Nina P ; i.bllcai t* anil J"tit"Ciata lie 1 upon the aeiy.ure of the Cu?.. in House, Poet Of&e and revenue cutter aa tiea-ou t? th?' oeiiotry anil menibfr-- "f txitli purtM-a stand ready t< b .<klr nn their armor In defhnoe ot the cowtitution nnd law? The 4t>;aocr*te. il my thing, are more iii term*ni'd (ban the repuMoan xn l apt?ai to ready to tnkr a bold>? htuid IhUi, i"i 'ku bt, it owlt g U" their md\iiiiiion ut tb< t iur. ? "I their Hoethern hr' thr^t ?afti r tlr y h?'ve atO"?l up nail defi ad.^l theli right* ao innj.?i.j tt"*. pli'lng then ;u defiance ef ti.'1 laws ?'i tin lei ri nd compiet 'fir ta1' ig froit them all influence a* <M? t.der? of the Pi" th by Ih urf '' they liaveadc-ptnd. t>ne t.f the tlem - ???!<. Senator* thought lh" roaelution* treat) d t o Impnrtnn'a (neatlot to ho ImMily aeted upon, fowl ,h ^n?Wtr ?riin r p!>d !h*t they had >>een 'iterating .niil tin t>? toi.. Wo-iae In one of our cHle* had b'-en aeiaed hy u m? b, the aaoe e,< r fiat rai*->d from one of th< l*oat (tei". a and a revenue Witter rolred uud appro- ; prtattd to their a*'. Be th ight th?y had ho- j fcltated i?.-<g ?Mmfh. I>-t " - no !(>n*er t-lrep over I thie c,ue#tion. 'fhc thruieand*of mechnnlca and laborer* | ui a-atit demanded !a v Jin.i- act.on. H.* country -aiM, I and b? waa i adr in.r; all party dtlcrcncvH and re ? r?ud to thit t?ii. H? made brt f< a but thore that he ltd w?r? uttered to a fet tin# manner, and the thrill tiiat wont tbiov,h tb cro*> ?"i .c'.b, ? r> n .r.ded one of tlie eftea repeated f -j.? df ?u <? ;itjj !a>-m that ^nruated In tho ear'y d*v ..| u,. reo>/4tc. Th'-re wm ^pa-eutly ?nt I ??e Mt.tim ot lau'.u.* ife^'t nwpons* to the wrrda i Mtt? ia<t tiy Ihe Senot1 Wkuj of the rej. oir ?t. w?rc wton >-hed !hatadt> i trioe'a'le aett dnr wiis r> jdy to tahe ao string 1 grown ^ a?it alt anoh do* not, a# if platnlf I to He realia' ihe rj^tn^w that have been | "i e tlw- pjHHISc im.i I la Oil* reeaeat, a* I have , ?tate4 in >?.. ot m'j foruv r l<?pi.:chea, there ta hut oae I ve. Ml la remrd to.lie proonot attitude of t**?thCarolina, aim lli ?t i? nunedWitr ami prnni^t action feaatot < >h u, a demon me eenator, also idlbred a preamble mi l iwiuilmt, whieh wae ro^iT'tjd to the Oomm U'f ?' the Whole r^omweadlng the m?itikcatloa o? Ih* f?'f itlw nlBTO I?W t-o that rvaaway f4?eea ahaU be dailrfliod itp ia the him* way that fugitive* from ' iun,. e *1"- piif. ni. Thiia it will be ne?o thai there > already, a.-ide frma th* titr ecnor> ' me-?-?g^ ?<tl. m..rln 1 mil uptei m>' alavary i anaaiMui il?i atli iionipi ib> time of our law aia4ent far j wan tin.* .'?<.?>?. and i-uJe. tb- n?wf trom thefHat* | capital of ne.Vfy ?* g???i untioiutiea a' from itv ueet of w? in th> Haith. Mr. Homiiiifl,' ??i N. h Vert, gave notice ibai he ahoiild at an taily i ?> i.Miodi.' i ? h II lo repeal lluit |iorllo?i of it* M 'te, "Ih-iii Me i >? n (>rrliyf t i 'h- |.?'*. itnre as ti"M f>r uralei *l ? ' ?? *f- ? "" *1 of * m?'im law 11 >.i-li d la?t winter. 'tlic i ukm Itat tlw fM lb i -pubit ?, y.jfj m '.ud be kept up Ui's wafer, has been vermed th* aaorniag by tho action of Mr. Kolnuson m giving nouee 'hat Ue Intended at an early day to introduce a bill r?pealing all the city rail rt ad grant*, Including the Ninth avenue bill, p?*eed last winter. This at odm settles the matter 'Jut we are fci have a grltiirou controversy, carried on, however, under different circumstances from last winter. If the rie'iKls of those measuies have heretofore believed that ttiey had a bed ol? roues, this winter they will now be eonvin i ? <1 otherwise, for they ran r- y apon it that the I'vrtv two members thai supported Itobuison to the eaocus will rarely vote for the unconditional repeal of these bills, and at the c*me time leaving an open ug for the democrat* members to take 01 e side or the other, In hope* of de stroying the republican party. Taking the nattonal cri sis una the gridiron que?tH>u combined, we hive a pro mute of all the spice and excitement that we shall need in Albany this winter to make the session a lively one. The vent, aversy on the vacancy hi the Utital Beard has drawn a large number of workers here. Itke two most prominent candidates for the vacancy are Bonj. V. Bruce and A. H. Hovey, both of whom are working with great energy. There are several other candidate*, but th< o two . pp??jr to be the moot prominent. >tW VOHK LkUlKLATlHU. Seaatf. Auukt, Jm. 2, iMil Thvi Governor's Pi .\ute Hccrvtai> presented the 'iover nor's annual message, which was read. l>r. Kti>ola offered thi following preamble andreeolu tion Wherens, treason, as d? l'.ned by the constitution of th I'rited btates, exists in or." of the States W the confede racy; and whereas. It is the religious as well ah the patri ot^ duty of each State, in it* sovereign capacity ai well aii that of each citiaen, to make every necessary sacri fice for the preservation of tills rniou'of States as they were united by Washington and his associates; and nhervjH, the fttute of New York >> now, as it ever has been and ever will be, nnalterably and uncompromising ly in favor of the I'nloii as It is, therefore, Resolved, If the Assembly cotKur, rhat the Governor be. and hereby is, directed, in the uamc of tho people o th' Ftato of New S ork. to tender to the President of the V* ted States the services of the militia of tho Statu, to be used in such manner ..n<t at such limw an tli? I'resi dent uisv deem beet to preserve the I ns in and enforce the :oir .rt-utioii and laws of the country. Rei*o)?T.l, Tliat the Committee on Military Arfsirs be and ar?'Vn-by directed to inquire into the condition. efHc<?? ? v and avi liable strength of the military force oi" the St ?<;, and to report to the f'uui! i at the earliest prac tical :? <!-?y what legislation, it' uey. is MHMfy to ren der th. ' lirar. .. i f government rully effective for any exigency that may arise and, if requisite, that the mud coininiitce report h bill to rnioe VlO.Om) ?i?0 '.o p:'<i>< rly arm th< - tnte. Mr. fci noiji, on presenting the l>ovo, said U believe.1 tlte '.inn was approaching when oid party diviskms must be temporarily laida- ide,andall go<jd citizens unite for tho pit*, rvation ol the I nion, and |ivt down Northern aboil ttcn in and Smibern lunatlcipm, both of wh.oh are t ttol to the prefervatii n of tl is coniedera . and of th > cou w. tution. Tli. present e\ !!s, brought about by the iiltrntun of both Hid**, we)o fatal alike to the prosp?rit\ ol' the laboring man, to the prog re' of rouui.cico, and to tho urc-TS of fre?: government. He favor I givin,; to ewry ??ertion of the country lUi fullest rights under the o<i? tl tution. and to protect those rU'hl* at viy l.aia.r lj; but ?rboever should attempt to d?*t,troy thiti L'nkni muM do no at bin peril. After -ome debate Mr. Coivn ofB-re?t a revilution. that the l'ngltlve Slave act is unwise, if not uncoustitnlsnial, and shoi Id lie radically nmended. When so aiorn i. ,1, eiic refusal to execute the law would be a violation of the oonM'tution and wmil<l justify t'ongress In passing law-;of pi .itection. The Territories are the commou |>roperty of the United States, and that as a final settlement of the slavery question in the Territories the |>oo|>i< of thisKtatti conser.t ihat the territorial people may determine for th* m- :v?e whether slavery Bhall exist In their Territo rles or not; that the Governor ranemit these resolutions to onr Senators and repreAintstives. Mr. ' pinola's n solution*, with that part of tkeflov<>rn or'E M< sage relating to national affiirs, were referred to a select committee oi live. Mr. ColvinV resolutions were laid i n the table. Sevornl notices of bills were given, among them one by Mr. V Assjuiue to limit the term o! office in the 8t?te mili tia, and to repeal all New i K e,ty railroad bills passed last seshion. By Mr. Iuwucvck?To repuiil the act of 1840 to prevent citisens of the Htate being kidnapped or reduced to slavery. By Messrs. Gs>.vt and tioss?To repeal the Capital l'nn ishmeut law of the last nession. By Mr. iUiirux?To atneud the divorce Laws. By Mr. i-'roou-To repeal the law of 1860 relating to W'st Washington market and other property in New York. ?Adjonrned. Aeeembly. Albany, Jan. 1, 1S01. n? House lu called (o order at a quarter past ek vou o'clock , by William RicLar<t^n, Clerk of tho Ust Assem bly, and tbe members elect ap]>e&roil and were swora in by tho Hon. David R. Floyd Jones, hecrctary of Mate. Pretests were prevented by MsBsrH. Hopps mid MoOibe agauiut tbe right of Messrs. Kinney aud Areularius to their K'atii. Laid on tbe table. On notion of L. C. Aapkch, tbe House proc eded to viva ioct vote for Speaker, and Den itt C. Littlojohn was elected by tbe fallowing vote:? ' For Mr. I.ittlejohn, republican .90 j For Francis K toman, democrat .31 ; Mr. K Ionian voted for Ooorge W Varian, of New I York. I Mr. IJtllejohn did pot vote at alL I >Uuri. Kionuin aud Robinson cotkl'iete I tl?-- Hyntlw ! to bis <li>k, and on taking the chair Mr. Lirruuom* ud:? G?Tijnnji or tint I mn not unconscious o ; tb< arduous d utter to wh.i? b jronr partiality him l idted me, but I assume tbeut with a Arm purpose to di*ch?rgo ' tin m fairly unit imparltally. The rale* which you may i atli pt lor yonr government diali be faithfully and lirmlv administered. lhe rights of the minority mid 11 tbe asa I Jonty shall be equally regftded; and it will be luy highest i umbitioa to eienise tin- power w li:ch you have conferred upon me in such a maimer a* to command your oonfl donee. We have as*< mbh d ut a t.uie when oar beloved country la envIroned withf.arful perils. A sovereign State, forgetful of her aftf gianoe to fie I'nion. haa a* turned an attitude of op^n rebellion to tho laws au<l go\ etui men t of the republic, ruber Mate? threaten to ioUow her bad example. In tb..: effete it beoomee n*. a* the representatives of the people of this front htate, to pmve our attachment to the Union, and our purpn o to prescrva it* integrity by a prompt and hitrmouiou.-i cou cur rente in whatever legislation may be deemed aeoM arv, withoi't abandonment of principle, to contribute to thi^ ^atriqttc end. However we mfiy dltl.-r on fosetioaa ?i a mere party character in this high pwpsee, we should Lune no divided counsels. WUlle 1 would, gentlemen, under any circumstances, administer tbe duties of thir chair with the etrictost impartiality, Ieh II be deubly am bit ioi.8 to nay or do nothing which ma) disturb tbe har mony of our deliberations wb-u tbe condition of tbe country so hnparativeiy df-mnmls tbe fraternal co ope ration of ail her aone. Agai:: tbankiDK yott for tin boner you have done me, I outer upou tlte discharge of tbe dutii* of tbe chair. On motion of Mr. Kjiaw, the lUiuse _proc"eded, r?w lew, to the election of a tVrk, and Harrison A. lib ley watt elected. Mr. Rude) was voted for by tho republican metdher^, and F. O. Sutherland, of ter, by the democratic tie inhere tin motion of Mr. Fisn, fharles p Fasten, of Albany, wiip elected Sergeant at-Aim*. Mr. Onmi moved to ivib-tituU tli? turn' of .loho N. Klli y, which was lost. Oil motion of Mr. Catiin, < ??. C. IV am.- w<?* elected I*x>t keeper. Mr. Ii iK( y moved to sub: llt'ite the n^imc of Micb.vl Kt nnedy. wbirb was loel. <>i< motion of Mr. fli<r, Her;y liendirnon, of Krie, was cierUf' first awistant dawkesper Mr. Daw y moved to sule-titute the nam - of S.IM M. Mhble, which ws? lift. it. motion of Mr H'mRiw" Saaders Wilesa, of 91. LAwrence, was elected '?econjBsHsu?(juit doorkeep?>T. M . v\ oocavrr mo\ >?l to MaWtitule the name of Joeepti M.i'liiee, which Was lo"t. M?ie-iH. Pierce and Kternaa wi re iinpomt-d ? r .mmit tee to wait upon ih* tjovertior and mfoim bun of the or ga' 7 .Hon o( tbe HotlS*'. Meerns I'ren iergast and Varian were appointed a Ktmi lax cerimltUe to wait upou the S'liute. tin uiles of th<- la?t .Usombly wi re adopted, subiect to r..-vi'l? n by s comniittee. Tin c 'erny of the city were ln\ ifed U> open the daily f i auk tie. ot the ilotiM with prayer. Tb" bovermu Informed tie lb.u c tint be would oom mm le.ite a>th the I>n,?l dure to morrow by mee?ge. Messrs. Henedict. r^rc,Bingham. J. smith and Varian weri, on motion of Mr. Beaedlrt, appomu^i ae/>mmlttee to report tb* ntmb*r<K reporteis, ?? ibutdmate oiteers aa1 e;?rks to be r<ppolnVd. Adjoun?-d. Hi-1 House i' ofc ? rer -* till four I' M. than to meet for the | ifpeei ol drawing for ee*i?. A"aA*v, Jan. 2, l'HIl ^h> Meveraot a Me ?a" *? ' -feri?d to thi <Anuicala? ofth'. Whole and a motion "> j>etut extra oopk.'i writ re fem.: >.od?w 'be rule Mr. Rbkibh.t , feoia (1m Sr. '." t ?ruunitte. , reported !n laeor of ra^ervtag <*-y fifteen eat*' uit the dout :^r tbe report' )* pMnian'.otly attached to n< a-^>?piff;aA of ?pptii'tirg 3?* eitit d's>rke?-p"rs. makibg eight in all, afiu N-enty live ptfea for eacb ha'd *? mn'ii. Axreo>l to. 1 he MtMiai ret>o> u> ?'* lb<- Bup-.i iniei..ieet of the it ink *V f*> p?r<.n<-nt. Hi?e of the /Iad!tor nad ''"twr;i--^)fi"r(i of The r?n*i FuS'1 we r pree-atad. Wt (Vmifij gsrt * hi.) t? ?p<ja? ail the Nee \ o-. w city railroad bilie pat.sod >4 th? last Ill. WoaTTK gsn-boik i-of a bi.! lo an end the lot to pttv|d< igain-t \\nt*u hendl. gr. In New Yoek. Alec of ? bbl for s Wcw V'oiV run^jy Kw H-. HKanatT gsve hM ee ?4 a bill t. J ire mi tie bi !be^> L.?>. Mr. Voc-c-ei ii *?*e notice oi * b^li t<> repeal ?e?toa 4'i "C th- Metrot<oitt?a Mice law relsMng to Sunday ti .0*. ih- foiKaiug rtfcotot<ot? were latr'Mlneed into tbe vi m tab.) he Hoe. IajcIus Boblnsoti'? tV Wrens, tbe etrrrrnmeat of ihe TfrriurVs ha* leng u <tl? .urt4ng element in our national ? imeUa, and has i<4 late glren rise to poUUr?l dlvtsions (hat appear to of no r<anpeoml?e. and to threaten the Ino Tilly of the t'nt<>??one petty laaitilng that the gaaesal korr ameat shall ptoiett slax*.) in the TerrltnrUa, saethsr ii ahaJi prohibit H. and stiU another that It shall not In 1.1 i n1 awe wsy or the other .? i <i .*-heie??, sll parttr? loyal to the Constitution sad the < etna i ri-ee that earh Htate hie the sola and MMfl power r>' r rfniVof I's ewe ?t<?nn?s?l. tntlhuttooa? l|.. r, to the end'ha! 'bis r-**T'?T Iff Mr nShlSSl na?i. I ne b? i*ere?err?ir ? rd. ? .. it. ill H'-atie roactirj ihn*. our Menatoes and Rep !?,. 'f s 't 'CsT' IU teq\);Hidlodie theirtnCtieM^ ul t?r ib<: adiDl*e*>o "t Knaiwui M * Utile anbm greMA* ap [JV i'l u, !?> divide kl! the ren anna? territory so a* lo i Tin l?0 ItMM, Ul tic annulled .-i Hlaves of lhl< i.'ftn'... H i <MO k" ike luh.ibi .tiua thereof hbail adept Vate const!' ? km, repub lican in form. K.solved, (if the Hcnate .Xitr ar,i tb?t theiM rvnotuiion*, *tili ine vote of ihis Lcgi*'..ture thereon, fcr'.bwi'b t-ans atliuti lujba flirveruor ?l hU Htote to our H(iuWir? Hud llep slid lo TUvr? ol lb? KCVOlil I 8t?wao##|p|TOvii l* ii over. ill. li -hist* is, iu ? -HurtliK Ul" iirj!ut.utt? >.|?.- (Ill" regret ttu'.t b' bud bwu il'>priv<:j 01 lb-) opportiai!t> of -how :ng them in ?. uu c u> Iluln,? of 'bo members 01 th"? Huu'.o. fo .>8 to have li ard lumo exiiro-sion 01? *he.r .??<:?s in okl ii to thei- .b?-. .'t; but ho w.. au\e- u l Ui d( l.i) their Introduce jd, and h-- 'iff iM llwin now with the h< pe that they >\ >u>d Intel the unanimous ap probation of the Houee. Tb. r< riol'itiuus, being concurrent, weru told over, an der the rult a a the A?o>mbly. Mr. Roirkh moved ihe appointment of a select 00m m it tec of nine on federal reWiioiir.. I Aid on the Ublo. Mr. IlkV' K moved to tlx Tuesday next for the election 01'.?tsiiul (??umiiatiior'r -a pis Co ot Judge liurnoe, do ue?s< p. laid over. Adjourned until 11 o'clock A. II.; to-moi row MtcUng uf (be P?BU?yhknt? li?gUUlurt. THK AKI AIK3 Of THK NATION?TBI MV8HA0IS OK THK tfOVEJINOR. The I.i giaialLit of iVnu .ylvanm commenced ite regular session at Uarr isbarg, on the Ut instant. The timo in both hou.H-s wttrf principally consumed in organ Nation. In the ;-?Lutc Mr. Kobi t J. Halmer was elected to the chair. Mr. Palmer i-poKo ut sonic length. hiking very Htior> ground ngain:-t secession and disunion. Runnel Krrett Mas iKseu Cleik of the Si'ttwte, and C B HsUiitidoU j r-b1?taut Clerk. Mr. Smith, of VhUnitoiiihiu, rote and of )? r<"! n t>cri?aof ri?chittoaH,01' which the following hi the m.tir 1: c ?That the South Carolina Convtntloo hiivinf | lUfii'ttt! itu iT.iiin dttiHulved, and as It wa? Um duty *0 1 the peoj-'u oi 1I1 is to make known, through ?.i?ir re | preeentafi\?Mj i? .W' ^ mbly what they \>u?ktor the objects and ol ligain nn f the constitution; oousc qnently, alihongh the p-oj lii o Vouunylvnnu toiire to ch?-i i?li the ILOK' kii?lly i< I 11 de their brethorn of the other States, v. 1 .w- they Hiill uiiiuUin (ho j nghui ul' 'lie pcop!? of ttio ilarehoidiiit; Suites to ? uniaterru|>t'>dly, tloir own UomoHtir iUPtitutiui d, yet the |i?opI<' "I thw Statu cannot surrender their love of libertv:. .aid further, they think, with Jackson, thjt the 1 (M - I ,1 ninglo statu to Hfrerte cannot tm acVimwh?ii;ed. Dutt it is tiio Holemn duty of the govei niuont of th t'nlted Stste.s to a<lo|it and carry out any measures wh ehtnav b uooeii- ! nary for the nuimu'ruui' e of Its authority, in I the State of 1'eniin} Iramn jile.lg? t If to noppoi t tiiicti ti -iatuics tn any methyl tiie c. nt- . ed United Staton nuthoritteM iuay require. PUiaJi) , th.?l warhKv domoo btiaimi K a^auiBt th" ( uiUd Slut'M nre trei. ouable, and the KOTernmrnt ? !?n;M uwc a! t?!.ann in its |tower for thou huppreMtcn." 1'hone w? re referred to a . cieot ccminlttci or Uve, aft ?l> 1 h lh? interior oltlc'irs wero elected, .iiid the sen-i'" .idf>..rri"l. fh? Ifo ise in't at uooti, nnd e'w tod Mr. Mm.,, ot Vouipgo, t^ioaker, who accepted the hvuor in a t jin which roo<lor:ition and forbeaiaiu e w<r" reeommeiuli d A cinnmitteo was theu ay)? int. < 10 ini'orm t. < s umor of the organization of th ? House. Mr. lundall oft red a s?ri?>3 of resolution* inking for thu repeal of utatuteo iuii*miiii;; tho execution ot the Fugitive Hhi\e law. The llouen thou adjmirnoil. In the Seni'te ioday, M*. Hiutttra I'uion renoloiion^ vere rejiorted by a majority of the select oamni:'! ??? >f t'vo. Mr. <T>m?r, the di'moerai no the corrtnde clur ut his diaseiit from many points contains! tUerelu. A itcbute elifued on a uio'ion to pot?lpoi e for Hi present, Mr. Smith urging immen.ate action,and Mr. Welsh, dcruo crat, and Messr? 1'cnny and Ilall. lep-' l.oans, 0|>p<ir'lng it, The matter waslinaily laid over until to-morrcw. U.MiiuMst'Mi, Jan. 1, 1861. In the Senate, Mr. Smith,of Phlli'lelphia, oiTereu a resolution and preamble, vh>ch recites that South Carolina W passed an ordir. >noo nullify in j? tho laws of tho I'nitod States, and declartuj; their alh'gianve to the Vniou is Mi" Kolyed; nn<tpa)?lhat )'onn."y*vania is willing to p:<ss laws uecc'i^aiy lor the redrei s of real x"evan<vs ot' any slrter State, If found to e*u*t : procktlms an ardent ite aire to cultivate friendly relations with sister St*tes; awws .ulhe* ion to the dnctrin'-s of Jackson's provkuna tion, and willhignsea to ootif' ibute men and money lor the preservation ol lbs I'nion. A. ropy ot the reeol<itKms, Oil!bentieat< d under Ifce hum 1 of the t ouiliinuwnalth, to be sent to the Present .nd Gov< m<?rs of the utines It was rc lerre<l to a committee of rtv.i?Messrs. Sintth, K* tclnitn. Ilill (iep?.^, Sclituidell a'td Clymer (dem). Ttic couiuiitb-e are in is^sioii. llMitiMit hi;,Jan. 2 ts?H Tho C.ov ei nor'e me^ssge v?<j delj v?Tetl to tho LegL-Lunre at noon to day. He declares the doctrine 01' '-wmub eritaieous. The constittitlou is sometlnng more th iu a mete compact. Or ganised re?ibtauce to the fe.leral govertn* nt m rebellion. If successful, it may be purged of tlio crime by rovolu tsn; If uasuccessful, the Jieisour may be esecJted its traitors. H<it while denying the rlsh't of a Statu to ab solvs its cltlsens from alleKlnnefl to the fe<|ernl govern ment. lH'vei thektie it Is pro)s>rthnt we carefully and can dldly examine the rensons alleged, and il they are well founded they should b.' unliivltatliigly removed, and re|iu rat ion made for the past ami security lor lb" future; for a government crcaU-d by the |s opl ubouId never do Injustice to any portion of Its eft irons. I'ennsylvai i:i being included tn the Mate- allegisl M> bnvo refnsed coniplLim e with the Fugitive Slave law h? inbesll'itingly avers that the state haa 1h*ii 11 luiost invariably uilhienoed by a high regard for (lie rights ol bet ?ister Stntes. .tftor examining the present State laws, h?j says there is nothing to prevent the revival of the act 01 1826, leaving to the claimant tho ripht to seek a remedy under the State or national laws. He reconintends that the e ?nsent of the *atc be given to the ma*l< r whilo fojouriiing in, or inKSiiig thro'igh |'i miM h aiiH, to retain the services of tho slave. Ho sugire^ts th" ro-ennctment of tho Missouri compromise, and tliai thu line be extended to Callfoinia by amendment of the constitution; recommends the legislature to instruct our rcprcsenta ii'. es in Con ii v to sup|H>ri suth an intendment, to be submits d to the Mute liouventkin tor ratlticatsin, and if Ccngnns Is lis to propose it, ht It emanate from ibe f'-op e lie closes liy deelnriiig that I'euo yh-anU K de voted to the t'uiuij, and w ill follow the star- and stripes through every perU. He addswbut before aK-ummg thi rosponsihiltt* s thai are for<? had owed, it is ihe so lemn duty of Penney Han .a lo rons.ive every jiiFt cause of crui]rialn't, wo that she can stand before hi'.h Heaven without fear and wiihm.t reproach, and theu ~-h> vtill Im> risidy to devote her livn arid loi liiues lo the iM^t form of government ever devised by il?e wlsdotn of man. Ihoni h a dark cloud now reft- ti|>on the I'nion. mv ho;>es and atfecti>'lis ?till cling to It. My prayer is. tbat He whoord' iatbe destiniisof m>ie>ns. when He -hall have puui -lied in for cur Slis, w ill .ig iln have mercy upon 11?, and bind us together tn stronger and more hallowed Ix'ials ot fTatemit), so that tb CuiiMt may lem.uo utibiokeu through all future time. On|*icliw have bi en recrlved frrim republican mem btrs of IVnigr ss by republican members of the Legi-li ture. asking ?> postponement lor the present of all propo si'.ions looking to appropriution" for arming the military Mr. Cameron went through town today, on his way from PprlngfMd to Washington He has certainly been appointed Sectetar) of the Treasury by klr Lincoln and accepted. Th? PtM?) lv?RU M?natorl*l Corneal. flAX'twar i!t? .Ian 2,1*?I lb* Cnited HjiI' a renawirta'eaiiraw 1a vvrv ex itmg Mewia %'ilmot, Oowan. Walk?r a'i.I Reader ate all ciadl date* Mid are nowhere. Oovm nor I'olloeV V- i*peM?d to night. Many private c-aucw* urn being h?M at the memboia' room*. Viril ( oi?|rf?tioi?l Olnlrlft of P< nw*yI T?hU< Phiiju^ku-.iia, Jan if ImU Mm-, cMitrtted eloctwu id the Ktrrt (.WnjfT>*jK>n,il rfVi trict la undergoing yrattalnaj-y e.\ imlxulion Th? t?jxec are bekig opened uad tlu iMu racouuu l. 'ilm? f .r UU votes bu\n been dkeovered In favor of Mr. Butler, r-pub Lean, including V> In a iugle piec'.net, thug gre.itl/ re facing Mi Lehman'* small minority. The Nanat^atelii l<rgl?latarr. Bmvw, .Ian 2, INI. Tb<- Ma? achu*ett? I*g>l?u-<- ?=? ti)b!?J to >lay Tbr Senate organized by eh""*leg Mr. Wm Claflm, of Newl"n, for Pfttldttlt, an<! M St- ]>h?n K. 010*4, of Embury, for Cl< rk. The Ho*!* elected Mr. John > Qou4*ln, <ti 1/ well, for fsp'ttk^r, and Mr. ffir Ho*.', of rpriiagfleM, foi Clerlt loth bewaehet af the l/>g.< wore Ikon eaooi te<l by tb' Cadet* to tl?? < ?M *>ulh Qu >??>. wImiv tbr annual alert."U s?rtn<-c i- *arb J ?f V'poI- -*.?r i*h. ipa, of Aa<U\ir - miliary. HOT'mor Park ? -ipirc' >i tr 4 Uu v ?!< tiitory rtddrev tfi ui< Mr u*3in Mad ? ?bat i a Mrete in aoo fling tbr ofl?c o< I'rraldetil of tb<- Hrnaie. D *bjch ho Mid:?While we ????? under e,irfun?Vno???^ a : pickiiw la lurownHtata. a d? rp agitation parv^laa othor part* of our tonntrjr, nauatng every true patriot to fed Ihe grmmt an*|rty. Diaiitiir4i ia Htten ptini in vmc States, ; i-oai ?e, an la *1 lege-I, 1*? ? have boea pa^itod fc otirri contrary to the onn*-Ma'><*i if the t*i U?d MMoe. )faMm?>i?r?tt* la ae cuaed of ruinlilu u!i? ** i tkit matter In ? r.e ol her an w-iua-ute, aUtHrtinh ahr hag always boon r. jy to ^ibmit lo judicU 'l-'Ctatvn, ai.ii ie no till, . Ijo tun evo'gtuai'ied ji<ai?i(iv|y ih liberty ?( her cUi? na, ijiU, it* at, eeer ?IU. Veej.'inot falter n<>w without diwao< '?n?l dl* bouer. WWaUrrer a?-tK>o t^ilre ki n N jacn'ul ?( tL' rtghia uf ocba",bet imMA to <n.i trugta, tiiat we rru j tat II tljiin tu oi t >? tlt>i?alH uaifjat , <d. >pe?k*r I'iiku*, in hi* ramnrk toUv Ho^te, -uer<^l ?i>b' t? .tislly the r-unte ae? i nam (iuvernor Andrew'* UMwwgf w4i nat be J* ? reted I<11 -Mil!clay. Ihf Taltdlttory af Haaka. *????, Jan. %, 1HC1. t.??*>?rt>w fUnka, rmliarr t . < rr ioni, ifu* la# bi? t< nnu?.-.<? |. ntouca na UoreiAoroi Iti^ !iu aHtt, will a^droaa a mear.ife to the Lrgkiiat ir*, r <?Vn'r > k hi< adn>ini-tratl"n, an 1 glrln? an < \hlblt ^ tl?e o>udIIIon tbe coaiiootiwi aWb. It wn nev*-' riftgtcf* pio?p?'ri?i a oonrlltlni, ami tlioi In la>g?ly ow.u? lo th > firaur^i nnnf,'??a' ?f Mtrenar Harka Tbi la not only true la fi<-? of tie depre??>ed conditio of ilia c artry, but it m also trw that Uic batings UukH ot UumjU* couiaia u> [<?> alia, made ahn<*i wholly by ili? *< rkins'ueu and ?r??*? u of that and othvr New England SUt> a, to the amount f Uili ty-throe million of dolUra. lnv.ow of th- uu tuog announcements tla*. th> laboring o asnv ? u ui- a i Dottoaic starving, ih; above i* a remark*, .'o fact. I have uo doubt thatOov. Andrew, in his mug i U to morrow, will a.luue to the subject One of your Waahington oormpoadenta imn. ?? ? my per >'erta my despatch to the ]Uauir> ul' u few 6 ? -> by asserting that I sakl that the aeven ih? -and t Massachusetts, ready for service ujhh. two.ity i< ur notice, are intended "for active o <c\. :.j .a ?' i Sfctb." I said no such thing, but it.nimciiy J tliaT, upon requisition, they would pr< n ptly rt ,utU to aid in enforcing the taws and Huxtaium-' the t.'ni u, the Preaident can issue bis call upon tb'Ui to-iuori' w 1 ?< that purpose, and they will follow when c'Ou:1 !?? " bugbear about threatening letter* to ciuens off" ten, In perilous times like there, Iowts tho d.ri. e corrc spondence. The Mala* UgUiainr.-. AtMV nx, J 1 i. 1831. Tho Maine State Legislature orgonla-.d i > Goodenow waa cbosod President oj t!*?': c i. I. (i. Blair Speaker of the ITonso. The S .nite publican, and the House 127 a^ain't ml r.i i .its. Governor Woshburne will probably d'.ir. .? 1. m to morrow. THE NEW ADMINISTRATION. OUK SPRINGFIELD rORRK8PONDKYCF. SfHi.v.iruai), l)eo. 29, 1>:60. iiei'orivrial T7stfuln<*$?Dork Lan'tnv. Uon\iiv/ [',<?A >. I'Umnu Visits Che Prenidciit' Kl'd?7Ae tVniKtnjtonO'jod crtiont?Coil for a Lem^raU- SU't ?! > ,'i r -v, fuil, dc., dx. Although your correspondent has no desire to olaiu any undue Impeitunoc, he yet IWt - hi J tti it lieh ,s rendered, and is rendering, pre emmert fo. vice- to th> President elect. The Heiuiii'.i ftu'hful chronic! r of whatever trsr,spires in this regioi hud sav : I mr? s \ boor of annoyareo and perplexity to tho "powers th it :n to be." It is aoHy owing, Indeed, to thi untiring Tig lance with which he watches, and iho ivgardler1 m-rc lessness with whieh he brings to p-iblirity the movement of place seekers and tuft-hunters, that .\brah:im ha.< not suiTei ed imy overwhelming attacks i*r ;.i the i upac .otw ex pectants among hissup|)ortorit. Nomoro ??fllcWnt m< iiuc A keepiug the eager host at a ;?fc >1i/' c < ilU"ob' u aduptrnt than that which u now 'tuny eMircisidto h<? benefit In the columns of th-? Uk Tho rep Itr advertising of all political characters ttiut veitnro hitb crward in search of something in Ui way of I'r id- ntnl favor ia a most powerful aeoui r?>, tV-at strikes t rior u the hearts of all of them, and rnstm'ns th<'m m"ro 'han any apprehension of eold coud'orts at the luinds of tho Preaideatial elect. Several tunes your correspondent lu.s already been bceougbt with solicitations of mercy lu the ahape of silence aa to the arrivals and ninaoHivrcK lu tUn locality of certain peraonages. But he doi> rm.iio<l to do his duty without fear or fs\*or, and protest "Old Abe'' from the "black plague ' of American polities. In tha wake of Tnurlow Weed has followed the re doubtable a* chief of the dark lanternlte<? of State, lien. I'llman is come. It is stated thut ho Is very anxious to hide his visit from the knowledge of Iid political con freres In New York. But in accordance with tho above inflexible rulo, bis wiaheu could not be h<K>ded. Ten minutes after his arrival last Digit his boiug berc was known In the Hkrai i> otttee. The exact otycct of !mn.> journey b is not yet. leaivj out, but it may be naturally supposed thut ho 4?J not come here merely to rest momentsrily In Abrahams bctom. 1 hat bo did not coine by invitation I venture 'o say, and that the claims of hluceil oitd I'rienda to a rub htvntwl recogaltioii of their eQortj ourm; th Preniden tinl campaign would not have suffered from not b ing urx?d until after the 4th of March is oq ially c-;tam. 1 am, nevertheless, inclined to thiuk t!>at th Atuaric in wir g of the republican party iti th Kiaplre stite will not be overlooked m the distribution ot fed<.?! jmtrouage, and dotibtless even without tho protest against it?: n>oii"|M>li/ation by the older republicans, that 1'U'u iii is to day repviged to have lodged in Uio ?:.ito Ifavo. Mr. 1'iitnum, the well known coadjutor of I llmar.n in the conversion of Americans during th i t summer, id expected to arrive here to day, and ?-> -t t'. > Utter in laying the cominou wirea in the ( apdol. Will n- i. P^jby Brooks exprience pangs of jealousy, and growl aud ,sh<? v his teeth, on learning how IkoiH'tully h.s lato pr<hiical a<>ckales are licking their chops out h?'re, ami reflecting how easily hemigUt kivc managed to cliare th' lr comlug juley bon< s't The wholesale robbery of Ihe Indian Trnst boudfl dWIimt excite as much amazement in l'r"sn'etitial circles as mi(ht have b. on cxpccted under tho eiruumsiances. The truth in that the republican- In this vicinity b< .ieve Mr. Boehanau'aoltiaUlB capable of almost everything iu tie way of malleosanc# in ottue. Tlicy would not be sur prised at seeing a ; eneral stampede with the public funds to the camp ot the secessionists in .South < ?>oil) . No change to the iM-ttcr is expected pr. vi"iis to the inaugu ration o! "llouest Old Abe.'' Ihe K'fjUter ot Ibis inornmg coLtalns a c.ill by tlio t uiocratic State Central Committee for a convention of del gutei Trom all the oounliet of the Prairie State, to be h' Id In the second week of ibf ? onilng month. It >s said that the call was issued n|*>u the suggestion of s . it. . Ia.ugii ?, who desires to probe the ?entimi nt of his followers In this ^Ute on the a'-coeaion question before a omlnga definite positk'B lu lerercnce to the saio<' Issue. HenatOl Baker, of Oiegon, ctorted for WnsUingtou this morning. During the la t two days of his vim. JU.n. 1!. P. Harding, tho c^aker of the Oiegon llouso of h< pr<s centailves, was also here. He Is mentioned in c?ain"cii?n with the l uited Sbtte* Mafshalship of his State. T. D. Jones, the well known Cincinnati scalper, liss been ia town for several dara to pr<pirea bust of tlie lYesideat fleet ordered by some citizens of l*Oikopo!is. SraoKiinon, Dac. JO, luio. 1 MiMHii n and Iht Btttmwn <-mrn/?'/7i< Wr*L Ah-vl Arm inp?Hforp*nii?Uu>n of At MilAia of Wctinm S'atm? Tr% | iliana A]jM>iiUMnit??A Vitil trf f'.dkuard Hotel Brptcttd, <fc , tl-c. Ibe withdrawal of the fJulf futes tx-int now looked upon m tb? light of a certainly, rather (l. .n a more pro | babllity, In Presidential ?phtr?, (be |>osittori of tho bor der t-bvc R?t<* in relation to the #Ae?*>lon movement | In watched with dally increasing interest. Mlwourl t*pc ! i .ally la regarded with peculiar anxiety, from hor beta ^ our neareM sUveboiJiiin neighbor; for although it it> ? well known her geographical situation rendarc the i |.rc?ri raticu <jC tho Union I ho cmuHlin tine 7114 *?? or tb> aonti .ujtlBO <?l idararr wttbia her j limit , >t .? nev'Ttheleaa erMeot, ><n the other Land, tint there is a powerful and ??aiiiaed party j of a)mpsUhlie/>* ?ltii tUe Soothoin 'UunWu flurry roo*i'ii ing to diaw her into th?- vort- x of < lb"rc c?n be no Uo'.bt that the thli ty thm. ?uud vote* raat foi Breckinridge on tbe t?ih of Nortmbi reorowoi w> many dtanatoniatt It Ir furlbiim'ite e.-rulu shut evnna large nuniiier of the ?upport< r? ?H H?-ll jud J verelt nra ready to <ovoit-nance n.^aiure* umi.j< u( a aererauec of liitit* mined int lliie State with Ute l uion. ll'im; th?' develop* m^nta lllidjr lt< 1m> ma te ;u ref?re.*** to the dMuaion *?ue duilug the keaalo? ?l th* Mji "Ui Ltnglela tni> 'hit will uoiiv si ou lliinlui ue*t are awaited wilh tli girataet toiio-rn by th^frkvwt* ol the Lommi, *>oth in ana w it bom the Sate thai "!"??**? lw'' *111 be Ibe all abn>r1>lng niihjeet ?1 the d filbert lone ( that body la naireraalh' beHe\ed, ua1 thai deap ?pprobene'K>tia pre ui) ae to 'hi< ' ssult w I kewia* true. Ihie u?eaii|?e'- is Ujgrly ? gnu nted by | the ImiKKw-ilnilty to dein* w th viyth.D? I like w-ritonc th. piiitiral *ion at tlr [ aevertl member* of tb l/>gMa'. "? th i fUct the atrungi all but unlitfrrupt^i r t iorW alkoaa th Mi?fourl H'l'Miran ha? f>lltttvat4d >|-i tin * '.'iMik uf the arot??ton far* in Ibr South In r p. (? -t? vi liable br arings th'- ^Ute the t-mtratle ??*** rf wbUliil cUum* to Ire AJlhougb ln>tt. 1 ,?1- if ifij ? * ?xpt-rtanre in pr?lit<j <nd iat matr 4.^11 . ?> an . with me? mid matters e th.n th*ir onru "iat- ?.-<? at it heftn, they Und th?welv.? Hvparetiily ??>'"* todnfr by a want of ttnow!i .lga ?- t'i wb^re t'? n 'U'l 1 TV"!) to blow. Alaralal* seetn tv r?ni t!i -m 'm M law by the pra alareT^ tna.ioriij at ili ? 1/ ? .?? ? ? :tb atri.-w to tbr: ariogame, I! i<ot > Un fren aotl ^temaiit m th- i tty *ri ! co* i>t,r i?r .?t, Ifliii* Mim* ?< 1 the ituf. -vltdy 1 ^Ifi'ttUe attempt* to ii" Mim-f i?nd r .;.j -? 1 .tali j alaverr pre-' w m. \/* h p .!? tu<i U> e*peltre???il k?d?rii i>nm the hti.t ICaat'.v h men nin ? -houM Irf- it. " t 1 I 10 tli t < 1 tin may b? ?>.\pt rt"d In lonlv - h t t IV tnltl' Ulair will be ttxibd lough ? n,4-ii' ????.?I with ll> and ble ibo<>aand? >^f b?i V'ra *lll rt.Bt>-t, it ncoi?-?ry) <th ?woHh and ? vy b h ground ' V-y igl.tiully wcupy. ? .1:0 0 J ? I I- l C n to dwell Uf/O .1*) .,*?? ?hi ?./ t .1 I'liriiiin. , i anti j* c* ? . ii h?.i.11* tin ? w t.u ; tbw t i it ,?? ? :.* ia tho I 1 i> v.x, -nd !>m? " t'.o ;? pio of tt m re.?i?B ?>f ito 'i ? <-U. . .. : 1 -UlHy to t. j.f,p t?hI ('?>. I.! h > t 101 , ? 't< ? f I 1 ^<3 t> J, 1 .-i ? tl U.J Mi -i .. ? I ? I i. I ! '"Iil-W bl., ict I, t^ uI tt.- nt of th ovc. wt.elnt . g n. ?* >1 ?? ? "i bt'n (I > i- --ri .ill d'. .u- .r?.*v d of ?'?> .v . i'W ' -in spates rarj in i?v<>r of tn.i. ii...? ih. c. a..d -h-j tiva ?lir--..,L. ..? it vtrj ..1 .. / .*??? ?. It ??.:? reoof tii's. it bat ikwi ry i > i 'j'. t- Ui? .'?' ?.ha* ha no. |.i . . . 1 1..?ilm.... : if tbo u tia?V't' ui 'I tiio . v. r..l k ? .' ? 1 y ft i-> re prr'.vv I.fgFlat rvs ib>mt 10 me.?. it> wlvcc: ud ui Indian.. and oti? ? |?rtiona if ? '? t an I t!.ui 1' g m?Ii' n ill CM 1 wc 1 .< .'1 U "I kulj. if. nl! 1 t ? t" n n nt ?? ? tiift two Iral moi. net'1 ' i. .I10 Uiaxiui 'f .n 'in. j of )? ocj pro 1 .re f> r aar" will donViKv be act. d i- ?on. Titer |.ib!-. i?r' ?;.d 1 ' clan?: of lo.!'""? li. ; n waxing it -us Ov < ? u. .. . . .?! : ?> ?. J'o;i:? tl 1. I-.. I;v I K AI .0 tf* y u ?? II'. y r?.| pi over' 1 fHifiit'on of tl e Mc.if ?* S>r g ? ml want or kfi< tvlodj ax t.> t.l.U np,.; . Hoy "oil V- -r that it' in 'i<>- t c'o..:t 1 , '. . . ' 11. t toth.nk ,?rU..<B ? -l?i' ; tVa't. ???i-tu'e, j.itt-lr "uin?i ..i.. .mi'tm; ? 'tc t ? \ 1 ;til01 Marc h. /?u?."gtfi ? 1. .v ?, no ?/ ? 'M e>. c id - I* OyIcr, hns 0 - ,. ...r. I ut r?' jj dcloant ku:< <-'? JP'I If V''11 ii< in I'Xpoft wir?j U ? I ' tMi put, bin.' li up t f ad mv.c< Atternoy. ! UwpJ "<^4 At) 1 ot h fi r t 1 ,?) 1 ? ? v a 1 ' (r of .?? i .?> r th<> I 1 II .1 ft .? -hi ? 1.1*??tw v.. 1 i 0' D . li 1 'i tb fill .'o;i **.'> I rfb ut *hcl, :t . ? ?< on 'U ?? '. . t? ?? ?.l'.i1 it,I- .? (n olla 11.. ?? ! 1 li:.. ! vs'icft.Hy ? . 1 if liu /aid bo ! ,i < ti sol n 101 for to 1 i|.. . 1 i |m ?itMk ?li. -0 r..'. <|< 1. ? liicbtiint ''i 1 i?.i v it v It i< r itr r.'il tl .?t I ? 1. I ?lw?r 1 i Hon, of \. rfc^. ri, m .Tt. t r ... 1. , l' j ?? 1 to itt. ? 1 co'n ??> ? rtbor " 4<VI ' IM '> I). 0 31 loOO. I'd" ,trd I'aW) -1 neci tc '.:r. C;0i ? ru.i ! ft I > ?!uy. jM< t ?on NEWS ijROJl THE PACl^IO. Ai tlval of (bo inl.iomta Ov?*Iauil Ki j>rcw*. I'okt Kijuvmtt, Jan 1 1800. Th?> v.' hoi1 Lcie to-Jny Is clear and wild. Tiio jiouy oipre * arrived tero at tea o'clock iliis m> ruing, with the following summary for tbo |>r<*.M:? San riUN-ihut, 10?3 P. M. Amvtd lfith, barquo Ooinet, from Houolulu. Saiit^ 15th, ?bip frwUieru CT?>"B, for Hong Kong. It lias rained bere inccfeautly sinco 'ho list oxpT?h*, obftructiiK tuibinefi; eatir' iy though beoetKu^' gthefurm tuglater?t?. The oily <:bn" ten notice .b.c in tho market or? greater flrmn ?: iu ntft coko, ?' a I a ieclino in butter via tliv Lihmus to 25c. Tho grrl'i 1111-'.n are woll tnioed FreirhU aro tlroot :nt-, i.~ 16a. pjr ton would he aootptcd to Ingland. Tt i ' Ij? -V r w. wter iuu1 been tala n "p lor u I bltin trip . ;i private t- imi. V.ithliirf or lnt?*ri ?t h'H IrnnHpired in C?lifornu? Koco the lavt txpi uen. IbelVny Esprefti", ?' hi. ' . '.oete Uutea to Dccembcr 4tb with th< I'ro iideiit'8 arrived it (Vaon Vol | b-y l?rt evening. Tlw1 sevrro stoim tbe prevented tho | w.rt from working uatd31'. V. if 'Uy. an I tbo Mes | gage has but j?ist ?nmui? need coiuinuv-r tb>. wir.B to I tbo llnVi 'in, JtU/t nud Cninn. H Vony Ftp < i h w'.ll c< t anlve at fan Francieo > till evening. lb ; clipper ship Morning l ight brought ene hundred t.?es 01 1 tioii, .It:.I f ? ?* ?f t?'0 Holpnieut of li.'ty tons retire, f' r <? ? ? tiding'h 'ac#' tt? v .ley rmboad to J'arjHi ill". Band* b '? '-"ide dn'.v t ? ? r ( V 'Veinber rtrr tint bntk Cornot. Hi- bip L.i iy .rr 1 \? from Ik itoo, wa?* eonet Ut ralu) damege'l m b 1 ait. >? I >id and eulra 1 , iiie on tii" ingbt or tli" 21. ? Sover.j'.KT #hilo lying at t. ? wharf 1! >u : u' ? 1. A Mirvey wati l.t-id bit il.-. r< .iiwasuot known lh" wltaio .1 pTanllna. f Vow IV If.-cd. wi?h l<?. at 1 abi i.a. iu a naio, ihi tl"- I .'It ol ,N<.\ .i.boi Hi tw.--n lb? 1? mid 24:!. ?? Novm' -r forty whaieri nrrlv <t !?' vajIon* | "rli o. tbo, lo^mg ilm loud '.,ri 1\ .1 . I il, ?a . 'I IM. 11 li.' K ? g til 2 I I'l bb'ti. ?pei 11. l i>> I, Wi?."!.hi ih. v', , t > t j ?,i ill ? v? *1 tilth Ai in .i<>i.iu aver ? < d :0,; Id bbla. I'! UI'I b3 :'| ?!? <J| '.o ?K 47,.ViC bMs. li.. wbaling I' t. \ n r> u i',ly a t n.and many >? >j?. Iiad i aoe.U tor t .mo between t r ' uid to eru ? e. ?.!,..-k ?? i.'iiie--H ?'?i'l it'ili t roe* w? re ?tie prove.ling com* pUmt ut li,a,< iu"i. lb )' ..ti n "lean: >? ve ' of. .npany had or* gaiii>*4. ? ;i \ . ui r , 1 1 -t |. I-.- 1. act .on 011 Noyem 1,, .. .? in. 1 -I fVntgUie, >(. ?'... t: la 1 'tii;, 7. 1 | n, < . . '? I "r I'.oberl !>!? vi.r . ' ? m tb" Aii'1 '??. , -i:? bar. ?Haimrnt amt ? <1 : ,.! ?( l it ? . u ? 1 ;? '1 Nov Arab, * ;t, ... i i? l ???! Nil*! (Hibotth ;.. 1 tb'..???. "I"..?/ l,. r ? :' >?H 8t'0 hsr ., ?< !?. 1,1; ilm il ??<>(! Mo. 1 i.O bai rel" i.hale oil; X 1 "or .'kl, lj.,rtlui. iotrr"le v.ltai?> oil, rid 1 :>rr -t ? in. r<-htet '? l> I .ng.Sl wgtvan iroio 'i . . 1 a ? ?t \ ' ' 1 '1 t??? 'JulIwtrrola wha'o "l imi 1 rro m ?" s'ovomlier 4tb, Oypee*. lib. I. > .00 bti ? il, W) l>Hrrt > rj^.nt levl Pl/iil.i iiitt) li.irt-l* wliaie oil; Favorite, do., 4<i 1. . (i. nt lii t. 1 tbo ixl, do., uuo l,l.i? ..I. .-it ti.- or nh;p lcnosnn -n rvutt for Sydney; MetiiKfl i.?nio4 .apiui.J dve wltnlea; N? w Biglond, <lobet?l.' .-"a 1.11 I'l Ih. wl ti ? til, Koman 'Jtl, do.. '400 lib *, v. !,ali oi) 0 bbift. ep^rtn; lieo Mow uid 'lo., 860 Mi!a. whtl- o?i iVhaielli-r I'rice, do. Jm) nblB. whale id, ? fifp. ritt: Nov. 8, John I' W- "t, do 3B0 bbi*. oil, ?J6 t'o. f|n 111:; Nov. W, tbip litio. Iajb, from '-?n Fran cl*M'<>, ?fi rohU t?> II' nu Kung Houtb Itoaton, iiibotrk .'?'ea. OtO bbU'. wjyle oil November ft. ?hip Hliim, 161 days from hiam for Boeioni I in trie. flfDi She Arotlc !*hi Kt .lialo, from H? IntOl Bav, i wtili l,bOO bble whale oil .m l eo bbm. epertn, being U10 t< tul 1 11 b"ird? tbi- *f?-'in ti r?t.:h ia not ut iUmI, Maria ' lh< i' ua. in bolide hee. 140 Wi a. ?hale oil 60 bbla. apnrm; ! t .v . nt do., 300 bide, whale oil, 40Wblr' Bp<tm Nov. I Kill W Morgan, do., 700 bbl*. wiado 1 od; NoviDtber 17. Houtetnmi, of N-w Lqb I doi , 1 W)0 bl.U. whale oil; Cambria, do., | B,"4) b*>:a wbale oil Maresgo tin. 1.000 bt>l*. whale oil; .Sov 18. Htirru'tm, do. 340 l>bl?. whale oil; W<t#tlatigt<?), do. b.'iO I hi.' . whale oil, 21?t, -hip Ixnu*' IT dave from t-uii 1 rant ieco r? rota* for Chin*. ."? diet' from Hoiiolttlo, Nov. 3, ?hiprt)v?-r "tir for JarvtO friend, whiter(iiotge waafrlngi ai. .eiaonia- homeward; 1'jnorald, ditto; fttb. Oemnlg.", illtu>. Klor .It, on a crnleei 6tb, ?V>ral, 0 ito: I'kmeer, on a erome and lioniewarn la iiUii Miigr.olia, 111 a orulet . Robt rt Morrai<?n, ditto, 7th. G'ltrgo and Sutfin, ditto. lOtlt thomaa hvoon a eruine h'tni'ward; lifcctr, do. Isabella ferthe n'?d U California: iVmpest on a cruieo bomewar.i, 1^1 ru,i hi : i la New 3U k.aU llib, Lewie for Now Uodford direct llth, Atleline Clbba for Fair llov.-n; 13tb Kaiod lor Mi Kwiit'ti la land; Mien F. M*?on 00 k oruteo mo ht mowaM Harile loim w Uoewokl. 00 a crutee; Spoiu'well, <et t crtiltie hontew .rd Amor: * do Kobeooa Mil mraica, do. Ma. -a do; IRtU, Uelaw ir.-. d.>; Cli-one, ? <*?. t"f California. 30tb, (?t v ird, on a i rtiiee Mar-ha, ? met of Ckatifi raat^ Calia. . do. liinoaeior, no a em lee; 21 it Monmouth, ooert ol California Kl- etae, en a ortu ? I'turnix, on a rrni* hor.eward; New 'Upland, ,10 '.Vd ?'orrpo, t'o. t3d. ?!t'nte*nmn, iio,; !**?>. Nov. V? Arrtvod Harriet, iicbotak Sea. MO bb!?, *ta?io. fio bbla a?>- m oil, 6tb. I C. ftichmobii, do., MMk whale .-il 'to. ? 4.10 bb> whab oil, dtl , n.iver 1 ii rkotl. do .'00 bble whale oil- Ftiriiretof, ] non tibia abate oil 7tb Itolario. '470 bbl*. whi?l? eil, I 80 bl.;. |arm. 13th, lloi ln llmal, 100 bbie. whan oil. I N.!Vd frt m Mtthiilnn Nov 1, 1 tonoer, bomow tni Via. ! Now /^iiliind: #?h. flwmea Nye, t*>.; b tMlle on*'roi?e; ' Mi, il ien Mar, lor New H- di rd; Mb Hill mar. for New ?/ealanii; mh,Ohm. on a cruioo, i. th, lolono. jat,t of California, Nimiod. on a eruii- liou.owarO^ ?1-wvvw fiilu. coteber 20, arrived innnoa. cob< i>k?*oa, 2|?bbto. whalocll; Slet, QiUao, do.. 4*0 bl>l? while oil Vovein l.Ome^a, llObble. whale oil; .tmer??, 200 bbt<. wbaio 01A ei'itiOilHee of citlteoa ef lioaahilu bad given a wo r?tlv. .4 the ?>?n??a Palmer, cm the 00m nil tion |.| hfr bttnJrodth voyage between Hoootoiu and S?n Ft tir,?ro, an I pie i-iitod him with a magmiVcent commoii'ae'a bma.lit* 1 taut of bine ?;lk, with ten tare, cni'>lomailr?l ?f t? Jfn Itawalao frleade, eooireilM tbo figit'i* 100. TV committee afro preennted lti> w<4 lb; ( "tutuodore with a epb-ndld gold chronometer aolo m> mentoto ruttire eeaeratloii* of the w>rtb of f-<X "Id Onmmodore and the Wgb appreclattau of her b- ihi* eamtnunltv. The lUtclllgiBfo from Nafridadi 1* lo October l?tb. lra?l. 'ietween Japan and china wa* brtek, the veeseM leaving ard ai rtvtng avenging about ooe per day Tne lwrk Toronto would eel! aooo for tlan Francfr**, via '''"The l^Uod .<tate? frigate Hartnwd would ise.] ia_a f>W dr.j ? lbikailadi via Kanaialoa. hrtnglng Mr. Hnrrie, fnited *1?t??? Am'>aWartor at Jeddo ?j . man ni at Japan otIU 'oatiauee to placa obata* rjo ,). t u way of trade Mo\ica? dullart are aow worth hi nan'eee oiinenry _ II11 e ?...i>oeni ere reported *a loet in JeOdo Rev, anmg the .i.t>eiio?e ?t.ainer (hndlMitarrab aa4 tho Ijgii-b U. u i'l*W it Urailb'. whk-h left Htkodadl ea tfeo ;4:u ..I ifr(>?t Biber Par Kan^tarra. TK. fhi|> f-tar b tar wa? kci'ilng el Itekodadi fee MhH| bei Merdrreet Aeaa??t sad l?kM?. (', Jan. 2, I Ml A ili#aiaatod man i|inte<l Jtdtn Webort, yeeterday ?bta getmwh wounded hit w with *? axe, nod (hot hhoocdt dead wilb a pi-tol.

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