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•oul ' Ilict. on . the ' pioneer 1 f
Bose ell: cters.arki - suilicient- r
le vigoi an; - enterprise thal•l
aid. s -v,To the • I.'illdtips : and
lilttt' sir, a t 7 the de
lis deroiMity by the earned I
Da . uplou, my wordS 1 - add ''
. . •
Nile fact' that it would debar
mil& frnu 'a' 1 erii t ofW where
0 degra ile lalior . ; this will be
11 who lituderiitaud the preju
tween the raec , .... Sir, this
lave, labor to any great extent
• aced; will 'retard settlement . ;
itml. to. 4 avoid4l , VtlM seek ,
Id horriN who lnis -turned his.
ipf desPotiiiin. • -•, . •
paragrapas, from a Southern pa
heir . playful style is iyolome of
d: efideinie..nmeli good: feeling.
1 VFALtTy.T": -'f.lC" argument which
',esti, disturtianeeS and renewed
lave — queition, .iiri-'• now eMpioy.
tlwir pestilent Xelgastai bill, is;
1 matters, Ito prevent disturbance,.
r quit:Oils:lke., Bu t really gen-
It.cilipy .11143 pl 4ri of letting you
to order Ito have you Vaster it.
cudgel •,1 we ab,:iailuate YMir
't matte ;for yhr6elves. (as you
your Presidential sceptre of
yal unction of thiS': Your salve
i l int our held-nor Yours. Well
It to oblige you. :We are - t'ery
land chose to stay so., -
dial candidates urge us to Rare
aslturbance, and then (they give
h 'shall elver be troubled again..
SC• , llt. is iu be -"the very last"
i told ub the same in 1,560 ;.
) 1 1 be the finality. Pray,. is •a ft.
lor not It. •
Of th 4 wrong it
and etnigrant, •NNI
ly eeltilled by tl
direets them to
perils of frontitil
Hanel thous of t
But in. view
the spirited. cmi
it ItiaS p 0 F41)143
' Ulitkraool by.:
iII(CS existing ,r. b. .. . 't
leatttre, even ifi ,
cannot be introd
and make it, a lit
/ er after a peaeet i t
back on the story
per, . have under t.
. serious truths, att
They.are head s.
`TIES FIN. 11; ii .
- the friends s ctf 1'1;4
agitation on the SI
in e ,a in behalf of t
that they. diturbl
and agitate us for
tlatneu, we do nfl
break our heal,
'We hate your,
wily& 'You shat
hope to do;) citlq
' that, or your rey
' ehail neith'r arif;,i
run nu sueh risk
• well as we are ;
' ," But . tritssitien,
tills one Moro al
US their word)wi
In short, the pt 4
agitation. - They
that was then to',
nalitv the final
~ The same werthie.s want hugely to -getrid I
of the ' Missouri; -comprolnise; and the abnli7 I
ihmists(wisd and consistant) are suddenly great
Lavers of that mare comp oinise. So they have
bOth just exchatiged par ! ' Isn't this:a -great
country ! ' I .
"Hark° ye, ffentlemen of the South ! When
you were 'stren l. ger„ you got the ord compro
mise ; pow,- whenl you are i - , weaker, you had bet- ,
ter stick to it. Nay., stick to all the compronilses;
for be assured thiit .the n i e.rl agilitation—that is
to. Say, this, if 11 . ou are liiawn into it—will, in
all human probability., be the last. There'll
nercr be - dnother bf...mprotrasei rely on that, easy
• ,ecy.., - 1. . I
i l : . , .
The truth of the closing paragraph read, may
Vein•the fact, thfit after tbis whole4ale encroach
,can be no.kienind :for what has
ceased le exi st :•Ithe whole line (f freedom kill
ha - re-been - wiped
. riz, and la vast. territory, three
thousond miles in length, and. (vith.-- sufficient
bounds erected, not rtelY, •to :Make one or
two States, but to' co
i stitute -heelx ...States,
each one of eipt4l territory with Olde,..compre
!lending limits nbt unworthy of ,an . empire,--- 2
This fact is not Out shoUld be generally hnown •
by. the people, taat theyl may understand" the
magnitude. of the subjecti under deliberation. 4
The consuramatikm of tad* Projea will be 'fru- -
ly the end of Co i mprcithise's--the -death blow to
• Your ear, Mr. I Speaker, io
whilst . I :read, from
the President's Message Congrest in .1853,
the words of peke and patriotism: .
" It is no part of my purpose "to give prom
inence •to any subject which may 'properly be
'regarded as put art rest, by the.deliberate judg 7 .
moat of the peoPle. But while the present is
bright - with promise _and the future full of de
mand and Incluenient for the exercise of active
intelligence, the past can nereibe without use
ful lessons of' a thiration and. instruction. If
its daugers scat-not as beacons, they will cr.
idently fail to f. MI *the object of - a wise d&
sign. When th grave - Shall hate closed - over
all who aren t W. endeavoring to - meet the
obligations of d ty,
.the Seat 1850 will be re
. curred to as ape,rind' filled with anxious ap
prehension. A Successful • war had just termi
nated. Peace LOU:gilt with it a:vast augmen
tation 'of territory. • - I .
"Disturbi,ng, (p?es;tions aroSe,•hearing upon the
domestic institutlons of one Portion of the
federacy and involving the •.constitutional rights
of The St.-Ates.ut notwithstanding differences
t I A, t iro ° hetet V'a - n - rsreelACT'Prov : ision.. - I . ' tl;6'
acquiesenco of di tinguished citizens, whose ,
votion to the Un'On can never be - donbted, has .
g iven renewed . vi rto our institutions and. re
stored a sense of repose and security to the pub;
, lie mind throughput the Confederacy.. That this
repose is to suffe no shock during my oilleial
term if I have poWer to avert it,- those who pia
- ced me here maybe assured:" ' - . s .
Sir., I .leii'e See - nothing from Presideut Picric.,
since he utters • these ' wordy,- to counteail
them. . When shy are repudiated, which I trust
may never be done,. he must fortify himself with
• more potent arginnents.'thatif have reached .'us
yet. r . • . i
But sir, I dpi ro the attention. of Senators to:
the last resolution in the following abstract from
: the proceedings Of the Aaltithore iconvention: of
"9. That Congress has no power under, the
constituiior, to interfere'with, or control the do-;
niestie institutions of the several States, and that
such States are the sole'and'ltropel , judges (trey
' erything appertmning, to their own affairs not,
prohibited by they constitution ;.that all efforts of
the abolittonists -- t others, made toiinduce Con
- gress . .to interfer 'With questions of . slavery, or'to
take incipient styps in relation.thereto, are-gait:Lk
Wed to lead to the most alarming and -danger
ous consequences, and that nil such efforts .have"
an inevitable tendency to 'diminish the haPpiness
. of the people and endanger the stability and .
permanency of the Ijilion„and ought- net to be
countenanced by any friend-of our political in - sti-',
• tutions. . .i• , :
.:Ilesolre,' That " t the - . foregoing
covers and was intentled i te embrace the whOle
. subject of slat f ry aginition 'in
.therefore the d qrmemtle patty of ifie ,Union,
. standing . on • thil o national platform, 'will abide
by s and. adhere t . n faithful execution of the acts
known as the couiprontise Measures,. settled by
the lasi Cengress, the "act: °for reelaithing fugi
tives from service : or !Aar included, . which _act
'being .desig n ed tie 'carry..out an express provision:
of the emes c iitutien, eaunot with #delity thereto
be repealed or sO changed as, to. destroy or impair
its 'efficiency." I , - : . - •.0. - , ..-
" liesolted, That the democratieparty :will re.-
. slst 'all attempts at renewing in Congress
. or out
of it, the agitati n of the slavery qu.estiott 'un
der' whatever sh. pa or cofer the attempt may 'be
' made." .• . _
L Yon, have in the above resolutions that part of
the deehlo,gue bi, whichWeProfegs ds. politicians
to be.,governed, and ronitbe truths of which we
entered - into the fierce and Wonderfully resulting
conflict of the November foitowing, . when they
Were made the iery oirders J and braces of the
• -1..; 8- ' i
democratic platfortn.• Sir, a I
re we to abr.nbon
P the structure before we permit it to return, who
will thea be cocrimissioned from the ranks of the
people with triat'erials fur its, re-construction, Or.
- are we to anticipate that popular action by wiping
out evc3ry.timbe having reference to freedom or
I hold that no, man in the land is clothed with
authoritS,,no difference how high his position, to
usurp the prerogative of making a party test on
a favorite measnie—until Adopted by democrat
ic organizations, lit ;should certainly be permitted
_especially where one is acting 'under Lige con
science and jud ,4 ement dictates. Sir, - -when we
are to bee,me the slaves of,jlen who fre9uently
make public opu?ton, and who
.only =reflect bor
rowed glory, - (I do not speak of the gentleman
from Illinois, itilo command4d end held my ad. :
miratioq by the titatesManship and patriotism disk
, played in his Cbtcago speech ,) we had better put
on the livery of party et once. •
.liir, _the people have taken! hold of the, berm
and.,bencefor.vard will indicate the -course_ to be
• pursued by the 'ervants. 1
How pleasinganillastratiOn of this. fact is
found in the transactions
sodium of the recent-Democrat
ic State Couvenimn, avoidinii an endorsement, fit
,agitation, and reilerating, an abiding faith in the
peacefulluensurcis\of 1850 and the wise resolves
of - 18,53.. Sir, yOu had. there A perfect . , represen
tation of the vat 0 of our people agsinst agitation
As well as rigain dictation; or rather the neces
-sity for it.
That we understand the, purposes of the dis.'
tinguished 8 tatesoan under •whese•auspice" this.
- further encroachinftnt ii.dumatided;' f - will . read
front his carefully digested lOiech," is reference
4 .- t
nixing - thelimit4i of the proposed new tettito
:-. . I 1 , l'. I • I; .. .!i ..
In nixing those I boundaries, .T: jun no :Oil
. On to the filet Whether they incindet old tetrith- .
r • oriw' tertito yi•--whether Me', country 'wS
c ivere Sy the 31 .sstitni compromise or tot, Why.?
l i ecatis - the priniciples, eStablisliiil in Ithe. bills .
slticrseried die .11i4istitiri sc4ntrrantfre. For 11.14 -
ri.ason lwe i nsrei*ardbd 0 . 14,
.f.hl linundaricS; ; dia.
regardi: Abe-. tert•itcuy itn which it appliedi and -
( " . .ircka ded the shurce from - whenee the thin was ,
iicil '‘a. I say, therufor!ej that a cleso . .
~ ' lieseaetS elearly e l stablisheS the factlitAt ,
it wa • lic •ntent,as well as the legal efrt of the
eotm. remise . ensures of 1850, tmstlperse o, the
31issoWri comp Unite, addl all gtip'grnphical4 and
teilritotial lines.' •' • 1 . \ Lr, , •- i .
" Siri in'ordOr to a 'old any misiMpstruetion, J
will.state niiir - distinct. it me precise ;bled
is upon this to hit. 'S+.l„ - fa Us; thel.ltalt and New
3.lexief; bills Melinie( the f:rr ory which had beep
subji;c . tito the 3 - fisstY i ri, eun n. 'Asa. provisions,
to thatlextcut they absnlutcl:6init. l led thu'iliss-
ourfoomproniise. s.to flitymorgin ed tetrito.' '
rY net; covered hy thosa,b 14 it,',was s Icr4eded
by the principies ot iid c uttirontiti .of 1: , o.
.ill,ll know that - 111e Obj •ct of thit , coniprot 'se
meaStires of 1850 wSji6 St ibliilt.,,tertain Brea
principles which Itvonld avioi the ',slavery Agit:l-
th% in all. time to c s i ne. INV s ill our objetlsitn
ply to':Movide fir oUr fietOp ary - levil ? Was it .
cur obi,'Act ti., "ne.'.l oVerlait oil saire, and kayo , it
to bred: out again ? Was') \ 'o4 object to adopt
a merel miserable exlpedie l td. bAlpiy, to that ter.:
ritory,'rtud to.that alone, ant le:Ou',ourselves'cn
tirely at. sea, without entnpasti when new territo.
ry•WaS!arquired, or:hew 4.r.'toti.:4l,!Orgatrizations
were:t4 be Made." J ,1- ';':: • ,• ••• , -
• Here wa. fundthidlthe line of . 6-' deg. 20'ruin.
11;mA in. cloiisidetation indixingibOutplaries,. l . the
act 0fj,8 . 51,4 invalidating the compremise of IS•_'o, the.latter having. be - 0 stliter4e,deil•hy the princi
ples tift.hu former. IThas, in oio.breath admit.'
ting that. the Missoitri actiw,..S only' -partial:Y ab
rogated, :and in aunt er atru -ing,f,u 'that it I was
•Minulled and soperseded.:i 1 • '1 ' • ".L . •
J . :Thi'srbold way .ofitlispSing of great national
iptestiOns is too'efilett kilec,:Vej by throwing a
Veil. oVer the eyes of the pc( pie, and thus i'des-
•Potically directing their elPitdon.l . • • • ...
NO thlt; who has
~ r otie.tlirOgli a,politlca`can
can have OiledTtO find ihislrutli illustrated,
.falsifying the truths of history in, small .events,
and thus governing forelvil. l Tlii.qolicy May. be
successful, but tliatldues no in4ke it right.; '
Whateeer may, have been the' purpose 41. the,
Illinbisi-Senator, it must be.videlit to Itiml fron-4,
recent events ; that he nierelY, in• the act of ,1850','•
liealed ‘ over an old sore "l'o have ":brealt; out
, . ,
It tiny be instructive to go back of the distin
guished Seniitor' i s Speech . r!centlY deflected in
the Unlted 'States Senate, t that of 1851, delie
' eted inl the cline foium and by the stimo peison,
on thelfinalitY of the compr mice in 4 ~
I Dlr. Poug,las,s,:tid: ' ; • ~
1 "1171m:tithe istertny agita inn - arose in cornet:
!Lion - W.41110e anti:um:don oriTexaS, fl, originated
land firit brenzht forward the :Missouri Comprom.
ise as - aPphcallle to that territory, and had the
, gratiticatlon ofiseeing, it inclorporated- in-. the bill'
whiiiii annexcdjTexas to the United States. ,
, . ..
" For iinopOlian a quarter. ola ttenurtv. the
Misiouril Coo:Promise ..h:vi been 'cherished - a s
fairdust I and ;honorable adjust: Refit of a fearful
confroversy ; injllB2l." . ' • [- I. :• ..
"!After the kv,ni with :Toxic° bad eonuncriced
in August; isp, I proposed to extend the Miss.•
eurt'Cowprotniso tt the Pacific :is 'a suhAltute
:for lilto,jWilin'th Proviso..." 1 : •: : j r.l ! - -
• l', In tal:ii4 leavd of this subjet:t, l 7 I wis h , to
stage that 1 Ore determined never to . make aOth
er ..I:e•ch on Ai?. s7.arery, l qujstion: 1 vin
:,./y ired - of tl?o controversy, ,and I,Oaow.:that, the
coo iitry is disgusted with-' it." ti! ::1
The whUle ec•unfry is neiluirsti4 _
Cor.:protniSell measures-.-everywhtre, north and
south. j No'body proposes •to rejleaLOr disttiib
iiwni." . i •, ,
~, :-; , , •
. . 1! So long its 0 , 4 opronents..do.hot . 4gitate for
repeal or nOditioation, why sh-onltt. 'we ,agitate
fut., troy purpose I I We claim that till. Compro.,
-ruse is •a final settler vent. I.ls a 1041 jsettlewent
open . to- disunion and agitation .apd eontroversy
b_ frioods." :j: ..
1" 'Arc not the frienfas„of the Coinprotaiso ;.bo
cdtning, aaltators; and will mit the country hold
_ . .uS responsiblc fir that which eve condemn and
di.ni;ounce in the AbOlitionist% aid Free Soil.
- 1 ..
" Those who; preach should not .: ho the first
y',Werd for it any proposition tO , repeal or
disturb the •Comproinise measures would be . .laid
on the table by. a VOite of. five to onel
Let .us cease agitating, step the:debate,
drop.the Subjecq i,. - :1 • -
Ills not tins a full; blear, and explicit answer. of
:dr. Douglas of 1851' to•gi...- Douglas of 1854 ?
It reqUires -no edunilentary, and is only rtfetred
fig, to evidence the fact that the opinions of great
en, like the policy •of natio R, change.
When we wish to learii th •intention and :true
enstruetion oran act of Con,ress:or a constitu
tional.proyisien Ave refer to the journals • -of;the
epuntry for initrizetion.- The - following is from
i 4 ei Of 1829, and is full;.'of meaning,
;'to.the obieef of legislation at that period: l
] 'The territory - north.of 36 deg. 30 min...is j
'er' forhiiidc;ti to be pelipled with ,slave.u, except
the State ..f -Missouri. • The righti . then,.. to
inhibit slm'es in any' of.4he Territories : Vs -clear
ly arid evaqiletely acknowledged, and it:is mindi
. as to some of, them . that- even , When they •
become Stales, Slavery sha ll be sfiirered prohibi :
ted in them.' There Is noliardshiP in this. The
l'erritories belong to the United ',St4tes, and
. he Government May rightfully 'presbriber! the
arms :on which 'twill dispose, of the public lands.
f'his gieat point was '-agreed, to in the Senate;,
33 votes to 1 1,.0r really 439 to 37. And we
irust . that if - i's determined foreree -in' reispeet to. ,
'the eountrie 'now subject 'to OM - legislation of
the. General Government. • -.-, : •,. 1
It i4 . lru t?* compromise is !supparteiiimly
by the letter f tt:lare, repealed. by the autluii-ity
ialLieli eractetl f ,i liut the circumstances of the'xase
girt' to this /air a raonat. ror.ce nizial .to that of a
postireltrotisiOi of the. Consrilution; an t i .ice do.
not haxerianlitiliv bysaying that the Constittition
e.ists in its abserrancit We reiska:e thE' om
-1•46.r kept ingaod faith, and we trust that a kind
'l'i:evidence .Wil I open the way to relie-ve us' of
evil which ewer; good citizen deprecates: as',.the
sepreme. coe.4Col the 'country." : • : ' , i- •
:This come-, sir, from the "radetneetim" .ot pci
liiral scienee; and be:lra:the sentiment' of el/iv
_al '.'eus Uaryla'ail: No legal bypervritleistil then'
ddithte.d the !, thCre,wcre tae pasties 10 the tfis4-
ouri act of I,B2o'—the .word “e6topcoinise" Indi
cates that Parties' to it existed, end that' i4„the
word used at the time
_and np to thiS knurl, Why
siNjbefore the:ink otengrossment • and Placed
thti net of p 350 or- rcicerd, is dry, its 'compromise
character may. as readily • and es, reaswabljt be
' - 40fAied.- 4.- . -•- . ; . ; _ ,
like patience of the Setia ,
le; I knew ; -must.a.l-'
ready be exhausted lif the d.scussion of this'tiub
jem, and the neverit'' of the cold ender. - 111 11 .
, . I have struggled to: ny, rendering ray-annu Cid
tien painful to you a . lwell as Myself, admoniihes
. 'me - to draw to a eler4e. : .•-• -"• •r --- ' i
~ Sir, I cannot hitter do thlS,than to repeatithe
stirring and . tloecielat yanrinage of lone of ithe
. giant luinds ' of the i:countl, referrcl to byl.lle
gentleman from: Dauphin, as the great defedder
of the eenstiitution; and oneliwboso Place will be
hard to supply wheil'"anotkot torneoli) of political
• - strife promises to sweep over the land.. lie ; has
gone down, kiavink-• 4 glorious sunset behind ldrit
:commanding the A dniiilitiont of all.nations. 1
"There is souiething on liarth ,greatet than -nr- -
bitrary.or despotic power. 14'i'he \•lighteing has
i re whirlwind paii ils potter, And
the earth - e• has; Its. epewer ;, but .there is
something. among Alen Inbre • capable or aila
• king despetieithrenels than lightning, WhiriWind
or earthquake ; that i is the exCited and aroused
indiemition - of . th.e cii - iii l ised World.",
lAA it not t bc, foreittvn, ;: that ;altliough, the
fault .here nii.y not reach a inoiety of the desPo
tiszn, at .whiClz this warning was directed, the
same power that Frumbles thrones-nnil:prostrates
princes, will not Ifail I to rebuko tbia 'violation of
Sr. LousEtEcrlos.—The Baltimore Sn 4 of
says; "At municii)al
Louis on the 4th' 3d) instant,
, nton , (democratic) ticket for
'Cr citi•officers was;cleeted
ring from eight litindred• dad
o .ct to ixteeu :hundrid and
1853dpver 50,00400 wisp's ;of t+-401
were sent (tutu,Austridi l ti, toEugiaixa;
• -• , 4 " -4
iil l oiti.,o,.lPtii,t,Cr. : tr .. at.
TIIE'LATIGESTi CHILI/LA.l'lO IN NOIiTIIERN
E. - 11. CItN.SE & Zfj - N PAY, Eurrons.
Illouitrose - Allll :LO
rcutort - atir :*tatc Vominations.
For Govvritior* _
LD COUNTY. •
For Judg, of' StPprenie Coart,
- le 0 r
-4 13-Eitrir S. MOTT,
OF' ; d01:71"„
. .„ .
We have tews of 'the 4ostponetnent.' of .the
• election o 1
f 1: - ...-S%1Senato - % -The George Law
brings ove in old.
In Wa.4 iitt(iit Territbry, Columbia L'an••
, , 1 ,- ,!i . Linn ,1 ,
caster, kuori.,) nus ;cnosett delegate to
Congress. t • !I I .. i •
.. -. :. ---,—:•••i•—•4>Asp*-------------
jelVc i inilte the attention:. of our read
t .1► of 111 •(.! i
ers to the! s i peee..l . cMc I ntoek, eoin
- .: ,
ineneing o burfirst`i page, on the Nebraglo
- - •: 1 - ~ i• ~ •
resolutions-in the State , Senate: - We have
•notl roOnt - to telt particularly to it, but our
re4tderl eat) c.N.atfinei . it fo'r themselves. . I
, ~ . • .5
A' Ti c4:etion iit lchotle bland residted i
in favor Of Al'l4l\r„;l.loPkin, whip, for Oov
ernor, by n smaltmajoritY. The Senate will
probably 'trtild 110 . wl;iigs, and 13 - democrats
and indePeatlenti. The llouse *ill lie com
pcised of 411 'n'tvi democrats and :in
Fxr.o'iq: - .-!:-.1,51will be seen 'by ref
creme to ! . our newts, War has actually
been deelat ed 11,41 and awl . Prance. So
there is, iirobabtv, 'vther alt9rnative,but
resort to 'pr i nts; ' • ! •
NEM' i Goii3 CiAN.-j,--SenatOr Gavin, of
California; has itaroduced a'rather novel but
national iil4a relativC!to 4 large, denomination
of ,old coin. lle PrOpo'fetl, lira bill intro
dtked in klle States Senate by him,
to. authorri •le coinage of 130 and
r' ! •
t . 2o , tlte, first to be called the I, won,
the skionil .1/a/A aiid'th& third Quarter'
Utz. ; • '
Court co ivelic:d lit.q6oUMoildny and trans
adted bUsintis.s of but lit
_ .• ut tne
,orin adjoUrne4olT:.'tnei-klay. •:t..111
not otherivi 9i posed. of, was put. over to
'August alert!. will Le no Court,
nest week, as Milt -Le t l een .by reference to ,
ITC in blinock.
A-dwelling house' beNwrino• to C. J. LA-:
THROP, iii liiirnki:k township this county; and
oeettpiediliY - E r Ottr.:,l l ,COcli, Was -consumed lly
fire on t.4tthi•ii.ist.',l togrlier with a portion
orits eot;tetitFq ,-Als!o, a rltlacksmith shop a ( 1
jacent threto; 044 ett!piothy Ira Shoentalzer.l .
The fire Originated rroini• a stove . itipe , in the
d'wellin , r 4 hoiaL 4e learn, was in rakk-i
er of an unsafe. condition. • The loss to.lllr.i
Lathrop, wlio;oWne4 both of the buildings, is
.timated at $.100:
The 11,6fi'ts ref t4.lielaware and Ilud•J
son Canal Gonipaiiy, cars the lonesdale:
Democrat,: durink! the 1 1:'tst year Were $830,- ,
072, equal 04,11 per cent. on the capital'
Stock of theledmVlny.: • The coal 'shipped
From IloneOald was 494,209 .tons. Tlu i.
perinsylvitniii• COal jeottipany
512,777 long ! . The e:ison iv:is 103 Ivorking'
days. l , The;letilnrgernent ;of- the Canal has
been conipleled ntuftbeierdarged brlais have
carried 1 106';jto i,4o.fon;r . The stock of coal
left Unsold Wiwi navigation is restnned hill
be light.l 'the, pales of, coal have! reached
*2,040,033 tolls '078079: profit has above
stated $8303%2.. Tlac amount oil
hand no* 'hi $337,0441. 'lgainst - $39 ,'229 last March. 1. 1: ; .• 1
I tiLEA.II . 4tIVGS. -
J. Euts ilo,,:itanzlhnsl been chosn . Chair
man of the beinocrati 'State
mittee. - . I
4;20 - •
• THE amount Of,gOld,tptd gold dult arrived
at New ForkfMm.l.Ca4fornia,las per inani
fest, during, tlre month tof. March, was $3,-
• - .
Ir is s.iid:tlerc is no* twenty-eight
eight h i undred on - sand dollars in the
Treasury pfithe t:nited §tates.
111E3Iirinon at the • salt Lalie hare adop
a phonetic alphabet; of thirty-eight let
3fu.Oun,alia4 tin:l angel Gabriel, is ;ma
king.a great excitement in Boston by his
street preaching - : and the sounding of his
trumpet. • .
great demand for mechanics at
Alton, 111. 'Joitin4men [carpenters are re-
ceiving - $.2, and t,ricklayrs and piasters
Tun number of Post 011 ices in , the tufted
states. 10104 mil.) tine: 30th, 1851, 19,106 ;
on june3ot4, 1832, 20,90; and on June-30th
1853, 22,223: !iinle that time about
more havebeen Juided to the list.
Tin Legislature Oflyisconsiu lias refused o
the PreltibilorY lifltior bill, although
the people land rtUßsl. by a large majority to
It. is high time the, i'ainsylvania Legis
'fature adjoi,trnsi; All tbe -public . business
should be flt,ve in 10t.)
biteriat Qt 0111'51)00(11ft.
!ILtitiu:4l;cit6., April 15, ,1 S5l.
Late at rii 61,. htit 014 is the difference
only that it is written ?.'Another week'S work
haS bten doily:,:.--itliottrii , and days have iled
and sn, we Will 110i 4 i the bool;s and see
lie acomnt wilt stand :i week
man lire tiui~; and eternity. truth
Olt is tery sin dl, debtor ve4lar.'ve--
niine,,exhauklesiiln its Wealth; would
et it even: . " I ,AIItGO AVC travel on, go-
Who- knows I:Avh . Oe ?—to stem, who
when i'—entlitiv; t last, in Ni lAO knOWV:
VeTj" 111.Z111k:tr , )11:0 - guesS Witeiv, when,
\dal and r . ireaelii and s peculate and
intia eotiOnee - :lltem:4elves at
hatthey are:. ' •sa) es to
•, • be
philosOphersand; , ',ealling ,otbers fools,
their. - owniwisdOtn: l lint, methinks
be ini n caliber. E: home .that we'll be
the WisilOm iivo have learned, so ill in
L'tit 171 s top ;inteitdizin , ... o I -don't be
,•areft;ln,whieh I dwell •
and consume tilt' litiart, as heat the,seroll:"
He e' i
gmess , y6u lifive 10d enough of poetry,
It 'of niinens6:'• unit I will to put
on'this iage, kst:you should
anajttstic have lOst what
. ...;; • • .
•ense )4y hi once poss.essed.!
. w& l l;.l,lfat
in ot suhtle
one to its like the lino lore of Children,
ingthesacred!feelinks ,of the heart.. ,.
alits 11 it has , golle:ingain, aud' i to; T ilight
ni ry. .11 . 61
411(1 . :.;;let,' the enrili
vinte xe:stmott l • and the ilywer:4 7
. _ .
,ay a ()ay -have— . .
1.14wa Oth their. fragTance,"
stilt and , .
4 :111i.c. With g.1c . 65
'`ti so* latal, •
,zeit stitrk at
teir youpg lei.n \
in the. tt , eth Of Ithatl.,
': - Winter.unkindeN
thisislit •que).4. wothl, t)
:e beinirs. •Ith'IW:10 " let.
the' rinfri IP r . i . 401i of chat,
..t1- ~.r . 4.
'AI • i'l. -tiriss .i.W
I.Tit;bq even, t t .1 , , i .1:t. . . ..
d echo: of a .dieatt4l
t Monday tli(ir , Bill i , or the sate of tlh
Line (lA* the :iitate;iinprovettientsi Passed
fouse 1)$ a rote 0f.04 to 30. : Was fa-
I - •!'
ip in th.e . Sainte tici.,Nt day • .'inl after
r threeld:tys tliscti6soli passed hat boi.ly
!ronetltnentS, thO'l ')nost 'iinpOrtaitt of
i Was the .r<ictiou': . of the pri4 frorn
t. to tee! milli4s. • i. i iii will prtA): l l,lv I,C)
- I " • •
tup iu :;the I%Olpiel:londay *P .A.', and
_•. 1 ) ' 1 i
will open auothkr 'Struzi4le on uoucitring•
qi a mentlinent..-L , MY i intpres4o6. n that
I be &incurred' iiP-luid thus tick! to the
I• ', II). •
''tor for his .. , i,„.i.tiatit 1.., but thete utay he
doubt Of it. - 2tihottla - it final' :be scot
to a .)conytnittee 6,t, COnferettee ).)O the two
llous'e.i, I h:tve butlittle,hopeof'its )e i contitif.r,
alaW, and then.. weAltut il)lod on still, with
this, clumberionic a' .- • ilrl.-r e hat v r, f .,• t o th e
goveru . rneitt,Hve - igl . ;I. vlf the cif( igies and
eating out the subsi4nilt of our peoPle. - I No,
l • . 1,
government has anf ,i,igot to hl6yse: such
burthens on its subjects'. ', tmay Intve been
rightl enough for '01! Stntk. to
ail , l c e ,,,i,;'?,i.- ..).--)sifire:, by givit,- to her
cit / izets.4,
thee greliticliitithels of ). 1
wberirpriyate. enterprisei6s inatleq
it, but after they 114ve been once c
it Itas i l .nO l t uiine.ss
- ib lieoP, them wit.
a fairprice ! The.lelrfitiinnte object
constructiOn:: has been.l;ln4:tifletl, t
he Leriefit ofthe.Mi, hvol it thei
ky of the 'COnurmawealth,, t
If froni them
tramformeii th("' , 4orernrnen
nsc speeulatiop, efitailin , *
)11 - apt and ilettioralnang . influi
)1 the :ictionsliof 'Aylmer'. 01
shoull'be a simple Machine,
()end' t tlierc Otdultl of rig"
:es for i'ast F
ht:rz , e
. 1; h
When othetiVi4 6 ) -- ' l ' , "Pen the SI
for Ward; and'' engages in the cond
railrOad's and cattail', milting herself,
.1 4 7
petittor of private mdtatry, in comtr
vial and, camtncrtiial piost!its,- sh
ront7the purPoses4 a got ernment
zes he energies of ; her! people. •.2
tan this,-She.robsithe eliizen. of 1,
tikes him the taxo-iddezi ; ,sslave. of tier-power,
d creates deranglement in every dipartment
political virtue- anditappitteS4. 7, he public
ric;, or at least ihe •ios productive portion,
hem, should bqlsold mid the pro seeds, ap-.
I Lio the extingUishMeut of Mu: :ttate debt.
State must bejrid . o . r these vast dependeu-.
f,vilich are renderitigiher Treasury •banic
her credit doitbtftil, - nnd her public •
)rrupte(A._, !:i •
o• • •
day of final filljottiliment has been fixed
upon yet. 'The ge)mral,opinion seems to be
that We shall, Motidav net considei• the sub-:
jeot and fix Ulm tue74.lV the second of May.'
,With , the S\tie );111;14 pPioPria ti on l; Liquor
Bill, and 'School Bill, -Still hanginff,' besides
several impoitant" i.ailrOsid; projects, find not a
little (local leffislathm it difficult to see how
e shall get ;_aWay?lsoonerl than that. and -,do,
justice' to all concernel. , . •
YOterday-, e. iVe re:session from
the tnorninn , ;lin about'Oen at ni i ght,save of
r,' i:, . -,...
course, time to get; our , hunch. • T4e , School
Bill was undierdisbOssion,la the evening, and
- . .
:passe to third riatiling.i 1t caMe ttp, again
to-tla - V, but - the liol'!'r of '''Faijourninerit, nfrived
,befo4 a vute" c was Ll ,, ken :ob:its- final passage,
.Therd is a mend deal of opposition ft, it; rrin
•-1 '' ". i -, . • •
cipall from' the ClOnuM 4ountie7s,.liut it will
pass y• a large..mnjority.i .The Bill . - creates
conn y SuperintenilentOttuch after;•the sys- .
tem generally piec-ailin , 4 1,n.. the Ness England
Stitte, :and is pronnunco i : ltY. very competent
pers . ! ' 5 a splendid systeMicalc.ulatd Well to
tusri e energy awl! rig/ arnong our common
: sclzools,-;--the'very elbment.4,that • haVehereto
forelieu Wanting'; . I aiii leontldenti: that our
- • r
h 1 system will be nine} improv,d . by the
s oretapons of this-law,. i. ;
.::. It is net Much likely' that I will '#rife you
: •: ,"' • •
;,again..lxfore ',the Ulose Of ` , lle smsi4n.i. : That
will eotne soon OW.; and Then I will'.,hin to
'my homi; content (for, the' future •fn remain
there in_iipiiet,., It.: Whn wishesto l iiiilt.n. my ,
. , .,. -,
plilc4vulth its load Onl, its weight ;nranx
ieti es . 1 anil . rehilex . Ities, ii;, vi r eleome :tn 14—and
here itloin welcome.. - It ray dent rpnii, "and
it s 'lic) uo i i 111 i, :e(;l4)enitc; • ' They are at best
, • 1:- i , - , .
.:*=,. • :•.1 , • -- - -
” vanity and vexatilot of Spirit}" and he
whion dm; arc placed i,i fakenfreni
lor t roseS to Test uponit bed of thoilts',l Enough ,l ri
ot!my life has been thrown awav i lr—let tho4e
try it who have pleivy of timc t.,1 lose. So
piod•rtilit, at least Inock.the -
draws the drapery Of I,ls. eoneli
IthoOi hitn, ties down to plc:tont dreams.":
Y• - - - - - -;-
1:33 :o.n!lfr . ss--A t,5,51 0 lt.
AVAsAtsirros, April 11. ',.
. : very large ntmtlieror'petitions,
remonstranees, Sc., were pie.entediby
Se:ward-, F:erett, Foot, S4nitlcani .
;Several petitions Welt' also. pr seated"
vor of 4eettritr the ;of rengtons - wonilth)
eitzois iibroud, and
•• I '
cheap 4),( T an pos t, l gr e .
N r - .13,i,14,-1 moved that oyetrate.proceen
totho consideration of the:hill allu l s wing alitn
it4d cr.idit of five years on Railroad Iron.
"Nr..)lllson urged that the Semite go into
D'ieetitivr . - • • I
11:4(Iger 111Tc:de:Ito tluz COM•teSy. of the
Senate.' 11.1.e' said that it was Pieee&v.ary ,fOr.
hini to . leave , town, and that he had on Friday
heid riven notice that he would call up this
tbitl yestlirday. gave way very, cheerfully
to: the.S , ,Mator from California, (ilklr.'(..lwitt,)
yo:sterda as he knew he w4s:,s'o. silnuted as t o ,
mitkd it important - to - Min to hav(:.f the
r4cifie :6ilroa.d bill. taken: up.' He: hoped,
thOefoiel.that the Senate Would indulge hint
11k takiiig up his bill this morning,:
jir.)lason pressed his motion to go•
4te being tar;en the thothin waS•lUst
±:vea 'lli, nays 23. : • t
•Sellate then took up the bill intrbdu',';-
Iry Mr, liaibfer, allowing a. liMited. credit
of live 3 . ars•un raj I'oll.
13Iolger said the object of the .bill wa,s
toI give I,lleocrag l ement to railroad -impioile
thepts iprimated that •he wcluld accePt
tlfe - aznolinent. ; , • . ;
NI r. 116 nter fo'wo
1101, and P4iti that he would
vOte amendineat eotnlitionally. I
, i Niard spoke in opposition' to thi,;
lle,f-aid 'that the ettect of a tempo'lrrt6 . 7
of. 4 4leAllitie . s on
: railroad iron would pe
it}niaal }it . ti} its prematient tiepeal.
NVottld., IrweVer, willingly makethe RP/M . O r
11:ik'1.':1ltailroad an exceptioni, t i
Rusk, Ilallger and Donighissupp4t
ed tlc . oll..,Messr. , -;. Pratt; Wellei, and
Bayard!;,itposed , it. -
'll di' ~t" postponed until
ul pe4hAl with
N l : rn " we'll
...„.1111;(1 Lite %.,,..!....
trig app.,- , priations for the eivil and wi , i ,,,,,t_
ici e xpqn, , ,, t.i . ii, (...4)vernment for -the year
ended:; .I ;1), 13.4.. . • ;
Mr,7riilloin liail:lg, the loor made :in ear
nest slick:eh :1 , -ainz.t the Neltrasli bill. • Ile,
delionm;pd the cour;•e piimied f;,y t•f!unator
11 mtrlii-t in vTv ,:4•VoIY , torot.: "I y r . —;. - i,
,-tt ! ..t,
IV len .It,
• ~ left. 'ferilicz , see,-hc never d ikqiiiied that.
Ito...slion d be c:dled upon to participate in the
dise ll sOon....,f thi.-: vx-e.,1 queStiOnf-li't, section
al, st.rti.igle., Ile then tliotir;lit on of the
Pileitii - flail road. He denounced The
a nefariOnc, inea.- - iti re, and cafetit:tied to - itezzroy
the p•i4ee and-harmony .of the country.. i It
wr,s tlie;worh of politicians to strangle the
14;isi:4iini . or the c . oliatiy. for the saktl, , of per- .
nviizentent. Klaiisas,and Nehras
k:i wa:;0.16‘.. - the line and crv. I lieC o ntna e d
that -( . :arl fathers hinipledge4'the faith of -the
cenutrviin 18:20; we were 'now , called neon
to: repudiate their pledges. , This Was thena
ked fineStion.i. _
• nip petitions for the ineastirellad not come
frOin ;the. 'people of the North, the- - ...;otitli, tier ,
the BVest, It originated .with tt defeated;
Presideatial „candidate.. Why las b . e ; the
chaiiipien of the South ? • Has the South no
littleigiants of her own ?. The Senator . froiti-- ,
Ellineis„ ;at former, periods, liadavowedliis air
-pro Val -Of the, Com protni . se,\ and:by his Voto, I
and motions,-and declarations, had regarded . ;
'theni :4 binding forever. lie had holdlylpro- ,
cliiiined his 'reverence for theanthers of that
tem protni se. - _
'Re, (Mr. M.) 'denied that the'STOrth bad re-
piidlated the.Missouricompact. It could not
.be proved... They had refused to Make. other ;
centraetS, but they had not ,reptidiated this."'
Ile•theit.sspOke. of the provisions - 00, - the bill as
not -:e.ontaitiiiig the pi•inciple of', nen-interven
den. We appointloilicers„ - judicial and ex
ecutive; and, repealing; existing laws, Make
IaWS for : their government. - In the beginning
oflthegevernment, the. territories; had been
initiors, wards'of the .united; Stat#s Govern- . ,'
• meat. Hit could-not be Otherwise. IWe may'.
delerrate to them dertain powers Vitt we must
~.,,,, l• „
g9ie :amt. protect them. - - ',. 1 * •
.fit e,6aciti4ibur hq defendedthe compromise,
and eulo g ized and vindicated the noble Ten
.n,l . •
esseetin3 who bad assised in the passage .ef
- the. measu re—.Wil limns, Eaton, ItObcrt Allen,
Newton, Catinbell Bryant and Cobb \ Their '
i ' ~1 , .. "r, • . - ,
Stlite even yet honoted.thein. But the.pani
'nrli 'of Ashland had' also been caged\ to sus
tain th i e scheme:: Were he, bere, ;there Who
,nse Lis name Would, like : sheep,, leap
through the -windows for escape.. die, iwould
reining 1314 (Mr. Clay's) successor (Mrpreek
earidge) that he, in eulogy otAlr. Olay, had
latidol'him:for the . enactment of the 31.isSoari
coniolernise.' Jle .alluded 'also to ;the' efforts
ofcertain ,cleravnien that,-be regaided them
iLS.cluttiitld of any healthy political, organira
ti4n. ;; ,• . . ;. , - .
I Tlidleoinriii,t tee. then rose. , I •
• .:Pn *Aim' of Mr: Cobb, .his bill' for. the
graduation and reduction of the price 'of: the
• public; lands, was.cOnsidered, and )Ostpoile(l.
.. •- . Tlidiliouse then Proceeded to the bushisS
fioii "n the Speaker's, table, but witlietit doing
nytili of imps trance: •
...The, Hobs° adj nod. -- . ' I - • '
, * 1 ' .'
' * .
. . . WAsim. nos, April I'2, '1854.,
~. 1 . . i
r_v.pt - ...i.ru.--:senator oot, ',of yen:nom, snb
tnlit4-24 a resolution of hoptita; as te the pro
. . .
plety;orthe erection of a- Custom ilionse at.
13tirlington VL • ' , • .1 .
The; President laid before the Se l nate a let
tell from the- lion-. Truman Smith: resigning'
hitseat as a member of that 'body,' front the
2.-thprxiinci. . , '.- ~- ", :•'.:
Senator lltindin; of - Maine,, pre r ented me:
Morials in Riot of kriegetiation 'between 'the
I.7nitedtates and Europeartgoequnents, foi.
tlict adoption of a intiversaldeennal curieney.
' Tint . Senate/ then, on'inOtion, we ex
ecnt,.:: . I
•lVe session.._ - . - • ' ': • : .
ate to do
'll it all
nd, in all
t exist no .
I 111 e - steps
-Ind pa ra
p s uay..- 7 -A journal -of . yeaterlyt t s proceed
iniga'Utts read, wheathe cre4cntiala of Judge
Laucaaltar,. elected . . deregato Antu Wnshingtoa
TOritory, were presented. • The Jadge - being
dilly qualified; took Lis seat.
The'conaiticiatiOn 'of the hill
' . ,
tlti *.stin.a. ,, ter-t.;iqieral to close a cont i ract for
t4 . tOnsportation Of the betWeeti,New
Orleans awl San Francisco, accsrding to. time,
Hamilton, t - ,l7.llarylatiil, add re4ed the
9.)11,e it. oppo4tiOn
veliwell, of Tetkne:4,see,
v"Or the bill.
- yeas and nays were 'italzen, - W1 'en.. the
m'otimt was earri6l . by yeas: 81. hays 5 4 :1 - .
11t.21.;.err,.0f NOrtli Carolina, moved to lay
the bill upon the.4table.
• - ,
! ,- :• , Ay. 4 suiNoTO.N; April I'7. •
SitN . .yri.....--Sentitor..ii , Wade, Sewar l d, and
St . llllil4:r pres:elite(l reflieriStniiieeS against the
pf,t. ,, age (?f, the Nebraska bill.
i; , en•ttor Brodhead . presented . a 111011mi:11
~ . ,
frOin Northutubc;rland County, l'a- lasking
I t Ii at ',the - llotnest6 - „ad- hill be amen ded
..40 as to
O r ly back to'all ptirchaserg of public latlds, the'
amout.,paid therefor with.interest. !
• i . SemittOr Shield. presented a inetnorii,i,l of the
4lie'yers in spiritnalism, With 15,0001slina ,
ttire praying an!, imiestiffation of.theinatter.
1 ' • ' '5 •- .1- -
i Senator.Shieldo made a hinnorous, : , peeelt,
and rtnallv the memorial was laid upim the
ilbti,:. i •• ) - . i- -
Senator Butler;reported a bill to cittlarge
the int ic ial systetit of tile United States,iwhich
his n i oved be comi . idered on the first of 3,ht y .—
Mot Oa carried; i .. ; -
0 'to Weektati!r - From Ir;atrope.
,Arrleal Vllce lie 4 rniann and America-J.:Very' .
infportant metes- War. declaredby, Eng
lapd & .Praitce--Two lltomtul Ras.ylaits
diozened.: '• • •
The 11 - erniann Was detained at • fireth:e.rha
., , ,
Yen two days V emisequenCe or a heavy gale or
wind. - . er coa nig at Southampton had in •
'V'st • , with- • . d.
eenseptence.to'l_e e ectul. extraot ma
ry di:spatell.i . •
This steamer biityy,s. the news, so( lon i c , • ex-
*etc'' of the preliininaries Ito a formal' dea- - ,
.1 ttration of war by England and France a,.,,; , ainst
Russia. Thelkin,Capt.'l3lackwood, the Brit
ish qabinet c'ourier who was charged todelrv
;en tile British ultimatum to' . the Czar, Teturn-
Itlil 49 londOn at 10 a'clockT. M. on the 25th' '
Milt. - lle arrived at St. Petersburg on the 13th
IMarch and deliVered his message, waited un
iti). the .expirationof six days, and on the 19th
beganliis liOurcwaid journey. - The Eniperor
Illinrself had left the 'capital' for Ifelsirfors,
lin v• ila no, a f ter 1n became ecane acquainted with
the.nature of theislithmons; and heforethe.ac . -
(tie!, arrival of the 'caurier Who was the hear
er of it, Count .I'Neselrode,
.however, was iii
trireted to: inform the Consuls* of England
land France that it.o. time .snnimons to, evacuate
tliej I'd tl ei pill itie S , rio a nsw - -Cr would be return
ed-. 1 In conse,p4r of tbi's, the Earl of Ab
erdiien in the ll.Onse . of Lords and lv.ordlJohn
Russell in the. House of Commons 'brought
doin a aiesskfi. on' the - 27th nit, froth the
o,uee'n anriouneini4 the; failure of - negotiations
ear' iet.i . on hy her. Majesty in. conee'ri with
,Witis Lmperor. of Russia; and
theiconsequent pp' cessity - of
rue.-.orres tip repress the unprovoked aggies...
s l onlon tlfti l lorninions of a friendly power.—
Onle farther papers, the Queen annonneed;
voidd be laid before the House, and her Maj
-44-I.Apre:i.so her a.sstirance that no endeaVor
abeatng her spared to„inaintain peace, ;relied
)Ai the loyaltylof her-subjects and t 116,. bra- .
ay of her army and, navy- under the !emer
,which the; non-fullilinent of her. just
.H s hitch nn;:. . 2d. . '
ture,:alinost at the saute, moment. Th;34llin
is ter of . ..;ta te liavingread to the Corp - fLegisl at if .
in the name of the Emperor la .message . ;hiii ,-
nouncing that thi,!, final" resOlYe of "the Cabinet
of St. Petersburg:had PlaCed .I:tissia in 'a state
ofW,ar. with. France. I fhe Emperor ; also de....
dared that the whole responsibility -Of the:
rupt - nre rested with the Russian Government. ,
Theilnessvoe was reteiveil With enern•etie ex- -
. 1 • ' '-'• :.-• i. whole k - - • -
pt:vssioris of•adlta..ibli•lly the . bOd.y.,-
'f helPresidenf then . Weat ort . to 'say that the
Finperor relied on the 4. - fipport of the tegisla
tiVe.l.Mdy;las:well as',.othat of all Prance;
t 4 the,gra,ve aspect of affairs . This inti-'
motion was also - rec ; with loud cheers,,
atid; the Assembly: brol,e•uf, with shOuts of
Yive'l Empereur.; An i l/Alter : communication
to the same effect was'also•rnaile•to the Sen
ate, i.where it %Vas', rceeived with the.saine ...en
thnsiasnii-• - • • 'i' , • ; i . '. 11 ;
• 'The F remelt ilinister, of C l ommercehaditt-
formedithe varibits Chambers of Commerce',
thrOughOnt• France• that letters of inanpie will
hot- be dran tied to •4, me ri c - an !vessels; and:. that
•thelkderal Goyeriniet t had declared the.
French Ikfinister - ihat acts solcontrary to the
iights of nations Would not bt) : tolerated in
the ifnion•.• .5. : .1. • i I•• .. r. . •-• • •. '; ;' -
' War:having nOw. teCii as good as Ileiiirott.
.both bylf:lreat Iliitain.'and 'France, the prep::
arationsljjg hostilities' WereThastened by
13ritish Government.' .t hal been finally de
cided.t6, send , the entir English cavalry force
destined. for the 'East:tit ugh EranCe, einbark
ing it on % the ;Iklediterranean at. Marseilles.—
.No other portion of ' tit? ..British: contingent:
force proceeds by;_ that 1 0tit.,! 1 ,, Eighty,' trans-,
ports were to be attaehed to' ,the British land:
force in the'East,i, divided into three squadron's
each of which is to be itutder a, senibr,; naval
ofilber. •• • • •i•-- :1 . •• . . .•
. vi .
• The British steamer i S.ainpson mports by i i
telegraph that thii•Ru4initi; were abondonini
their posts on 16 .e.l'sl cop t of the ':l3lack!
• Sow:lin:in Kalil' , was. In flame's ; and the Cir-I
plunderilig it.l .
The. FuriOus al ts sent 'gather
further inform %ti n. ThiS than the
The Ouniiii6il at BeycOsj . .
There W gra runiorS' (iiot redited, hoW'eivr,)-
lof Turkish preinitatiOns to :attic . k, Su atol,ol~
Sulinittionfli the !Danith'o iinintsaf49. • "!.
Nai4r''s ileo, tit :last 29th
March-was nbliu uwkr flio • snpposet
destinatiOU'boini to Seiin Island 6f
Lord 1310611104 d, the British 111iiii . Stei nt
]3erlin,;telugrat,h d'to sii.Charies 'Napier' thu
'ileulara - tion Wi•ir With iiiiietions coin' ' 4
. . •
'actin° hoStilities.! ' • I • I
i 'ihe lttisiang were nr.tkilL';•••' stein- prepara
tooils for hOstiiities in ille'Ailtie. - ' .---.
Itgas su pluise43 thAt the first collision n ould
Occur at. Vesel liflunils. ..; ' • - ,
the Hghtbeuses and WI'S rerempvd,
andfOrraid:tbletleets of gi t , bOats are collet
fed in shallow lvaters3 at tit principal kuJiat
I. NOW ,battefies were, ere tint everywhere,
and 200 additional gun bents, ha 4 'been or : .
(feted forthwith • " ~;
• The Czar and his sons V.;ero perionial sn
penult:m - 1i ng therdirqparatuin-•
'Et kyopi ivere Airily expected at Athens with
the filial commands of-the English and Fret elt •
It WO- given put, that several . Nobles had
joihed the insurgent... -- ._ : . -...
• Fifieein thousand French troops had already -
miiharko and the remainder of • the - army, -
•50,o0k1will be in Turkey by the Ist of May.
Your •thousand were landed at Gallipoli, on .
the' 2'gtl . -
. The English /Cavalry RegiMent-were" to go
to Mai: l 4lles and thence ItS• Etenth to Galli—
The ."ultan haSletrothed his daughter,the
Pritn•iesl3lunirelk, tellhethi, eldi - A . son of the
Vieerl of Egypt. \ ,
A divisiotjktihe Britikh floct;tivenly..thre t 3 - .
stron.7, I)asSed -the Great Ihit on the morning
of , the 7Yt sth 'ult. Igdy .arrA' 4 off Riot . th e
tied -day. The iii . nda; was Inpleyed in .-
.oundingi. The eathe ''• was • very
title. - I - • .- :.: :`- ''• • -: •-• '•- . .
A difipatelt of the sth 3 areh- from Odessa
state's . Oat it divis:ion•of the Tins*Tian 009iad
just leet[Sva.stopoi with the object of 'prows- •
ioning And reinforeeing.theitusAan forts oh\,
the Cir tAliun•Cinist. .
Advi from Constaiitimiple of the • 16th
'N.larclitaled- that: the Mufti refused to grant
the fcli i alt fortheentamlipation of theVltrik•
rlite.Sultan went himself
- to te4inest it,
but Witheut . success.: Mehemet Pasha- wag .
intriguing,' - agninst the- Mtifti and sided with.
The. reaty of the 'triple alliance between-
France.' England and Turkty, was. signed: on
the -.1 2 t i March
. at Constantinople.• The Rai-
tAn recOguiz . e.s tlfe. right or property' to • tb e .
nd grants other concessionS.to: . theM.
The Tr aty, will be published at Constantino;
pee :tile arrival of the allied troops_.
A tel - tgra phi c dispatch.dated Ibralia March
23, at oon, declares that 18,000 Russians
iiassed: the - Danube. near • Gedschid. • The
Turks , treated before Om. AbOut 30,090
would have erossedbyiiightfall:
Another dispatch 'from, Nrienna of the; 243 th
larelt, affirms pOrtively'!'lhat,3s,,9oo.ltusitu et-
passed-'.heDanuli:p on the 23d, without e
in!'); Wit i any resiltatice.: .GeneralLudera yas
support these movements from-Galat7l'
*.The Russians had suffered a, defeat
hands.of the Turks on the 15th lifarcb; when
Oen.. Gorehakoff wished td 'depart from the
island .epposite,Tourtottliar. 'his troops had I.
already occupied-the,bridge which, had been
built w len some Turks fired upOn-it and de-
-st Toyed it. the bridge was, carried away by •
the euri-ent with. all those upon it. The loss . :
of thii ilti - iSians was 2,000 men.., The Turks .
1 sufferec no loss;
~. . .
• o rillt . e clip:the following front the ,liar
risbur, 17nion„ '' - .. '- ' - .., f- •
• P llee,k and the Volunteers ! - _
. i •
Our leighbor Of the.. Telegraph is young .
ml ha tdsome, qualities • of • no considerable
due i , attendance upon lea :partie4. . But otir
end rill' learn :before many . yearS have elap-
I, ill t neither,innocence 49r Beauty . ..can •
ply manly and frank - conduct, so essentia ..
ton table lon in the'editorial . eltair: .
ca a be• ehari ole in cases where'. want
perience may have imposed uPona well'
it g yonng man ; and itishepi , —,use weare .
nitil gent, the ineretions of the:Teleg . raph .
I ion tb: the vote ~of J43FKA ' POLLOCK
Ig -: (:,:lildidftite forGevernor, will be view
. - .. • I , '
a period of three Reels,; the month-`t s.
f Janies Pollock in this..plaee . , calls in:
- n our charge againsts the ig'nonti
r Governor,•as to his vote against an-W.
,af pay to the volunteers,.brouglit . into
?vice of the United States under,theten
•,tit bill.. .' . ' , , • : . • - ' ~
Ilt.he advoCate of James I'ollock „refer -
the record, as the same maY'be found .
kate. library-, we 'should have been c0n , ..;
) 1 e the voters in. this comraonwealthi
laetween us. Bans our piing:, friend . .
klected or refused to i exhibit theofficial.
Ifaine - syollock, on the - question 47'in
lof pay to .the volunteerS, during; The
ltli '.le . .Nico, we take occasion to supply .
nissionl - and futtliet, -We Would *corn- ,'
be sudjoined extract - : taken. 'froin'-'the',
, JO urnal of 1840 4 to ilie careful
our citizen soldiers throughout: the
Telegraph . . 4spir'es
,to.celebtity; as a
1 lea - der. Ills essav'on Abe present oc
-=-r1 6 ' If P`" td..
war \N - '1
bill of i
; opt as follows, to 'prifates, of infan
leri; and riflememenSt!all recieco fea 4ol=
- _ .
month, and the peiates •ot itinnteer
.d corps twenty dollars per .month for
'rtes, and the use and risk . of their bor-
all mofinted privates, non•commisstoned
musicians and itrt,itiders, shall be nilow
centsper.day for the use , and risk -of
`rscs, except tunics actually killed in ac-
the question being. put, Will the Iroise A
thereto '1: decided in the
56„ .TUE.N . .tME OF .I.,t*s
CK IS FOUND RECORDED AMONG THE NAY 6 4 ' "I
ArAbiSi AN INOUKASiI : 01.;
The.hij•Caucedi4ate. : •
1,." the' lila Is•born, and Ans. nania is"
!Jock.. The - . gen.. • faintiflPOliOck; of I !
itutierlUnd. County, ex-gember of Con-: i
ri the -Whig ,catiiiiilato fOr • Govemor. - j1
exiilti ni peiins. W. iI I a.scend I frothWM.4s 1
.. parts of the' State ! :Ilia Iu R IPL. s
ivoieo - of- theniarnmoth city: daily win
1 tlielquitii: qui ,tho.shrill.:. small note.:
mo*Sti-coutify., Weekly., will be heard
ping•Ao etOrifs... Bow , dig types.. will
Md th 6 lieavy . iii6sses ,i..triiliii;--t - O tell
le all-the virtues 'Of '-"tfiiS'ile* . chatn-'
It'-ia ., not: unlikely 'that" lithogoph
14,fftii..oflini.. will:be:hit:lig, :in. every bar
in ,er3l.-. mill
.atd. stuith-diop,,An4 - fir,
rattl6 l l
road . it , thd State. . rr q is not `iirfiltittirY latro
• • •
---1044 a In' vote 'in CongreSs in,frrs or- of tlal
expedreuey of Ordering :ear troopsrest
.—.pro es".bipi. - to be far. fibut loti t i". 'ln .3
.tripiii * .;li, the INthigs • leartidd lat mili
,b roe 4 are. not, itegetta 0 0. ke lk .
' - ' iil'' t 'll' ^nple
it t t!feif '( l ..haracterigtiishifting, tley have
gon t the ether. exir64e-L--. in the`selection
of thei"Feaadhlate for Cl&vern'or. Mr.Tbll - obk's
'retreating •ote,. iVoilld give Itie lie 'to any pito,
who xvoi.la . claim hint /I'B ii - lierti;" pi'eVell a
bold Itiu. I Mr. Pollook is reye,ted to be a
rrentializrit rindre ilian ordinary aliiiiiy- 3
goodo spea r—and smially, very vreeable•
Btit: did q p.x., ; ,6 , 3,4 each' of iheSe_qualitieS in
\i tell nibre dmipout atigree,iie• coaild "t
be iliallO the ,gOverno'r of Pennsylvania. --
l'ranst/ca/iitt 1 - )alot. ,
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