The Columbia Democrat. (Bloomsburg, Pa.) 1837-1850, November 02, 1844, Image 2

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    TIMERS' HISTORY. state of his health, to go afloat, Uio duly of
m ,. !..i.i.i. r .1. waiting on his Mftjctty lliercfoio ilcvolvcil
III leading jiurnal. of ,he Fren h capital n j,. G
uruisli so inn curious pal ticiilars (if thu son
f association entered into for the publication ', FRANCE,
of Mr Thiers 'llisloiio da Consult! el d? -TIic Ktnp, prior to. lib dnpaiture from
P Empire' A' partnership fund amounting R,, for Trepnit and England, ;isaoed an
. rof'nnn.f , -n.ttnnn .1 ii. 'rilonnnnre dated Lmi. .Oct. -1, granting a
to 025, 1,000 .toiling) p,-rdoll , rtfly poilicill pri,ollera. moilly
it soems, provided for the payment or the belonging to the Republican party, in
copyright and expenses, and the society chiding several who havo been condemned
provisionally formed some years ago, was to Imprisonment or transportation for vari
o receive si regular working organization. P odg of from six or twenty years.
. .v . , , , , , , I ho Frencli opposition papers attribute
wucu me aumor suou.u uavo cnmpioitu ,W ,., fc.,r, amJ , furioug al)m),
hit man nseript. The society now., by pub mP King',, visit to England.
ho act, duclare.i that 'M. Thiers' work Tho Alonileur of Tuesday, publishes n
A few months after. Joseph received being m a very dvanced state, ttio members 1181 ,,IB pouuc.ii prisoners who nave uceu
the star of honorTrom the hands of hi consider it for their interest at once to begin cl 31 "D"Y 'V co"so(lll11(:e lne amnes
-i v... ...n l ..r .. . .. , ?. hy granted by tho King, by the royal or-
1 ' ""vn " r.t. ii in I puniieaiion, i ne nuu.or nai, t; " aiu. dnnnance iained fro. c Chateau d'Eu
'dale Mm, and mnu promoum in , . tf,EiV(.A .T20.000 francs on account nti llip .ltd inatanl 'I'lia lulil nnmfipr fll
olhiu work which was to be naid at tho persons liberated is fifty. Of these M
tale of. 10,000 francs for each of the Dupoty and two others were implicated in
fl. nine volumes, the tenth.and eonelnding n,ri,::,S;mit:di:ix "hers, t
volume .entitled him to 110,000 Irancs. rjnco Louis Napelenn's descent en Hntilo
,r I liters receives then, tor copyright gno. I lie principal political prisoners
000,000 francs no loss a sum in hnglish now remaining in the stato prisons ol
money than 20,000. France are Piincc Louis Napoleon, who
The present postessionu ol France in conunues at Ham. and MM Dhinqui, who
Africa cost her fiom two to three WBe implicated in the ntlair of tho 12th
millions Verlim; a year, and req lire an 81111 lMn 01 APr"' ,8JJ-
L. A TE IlUrmy of 100,000 men. Tlii In surely FRIGHTFUL INUNDATION IN
paying too dear for a whistle.' SWEDEN.
A nnnr ivnmiin nf! rppnnl I
The steamer Acadia, Capt. Harrison, v come into possession of a fortune of ,'et,c" 'rom holm of the 21th ult.
JB1, 500,000, by lha death of h s brother -i .
' f 1 J Itn nnvn. Gllflnrp,! spvprnlv Imm .nun. Infi, in
who died laloly at Demernr.t.
nut, iccovcring tho use of speech, ho
hnisl out ,tvilh.
"And I liay-o-heon capable of s'upoe"
lllg, Ul Bl-UUJllIJJ J"" " -
'Uo not 'say, any :thinu mom Jabou
hal, M. ip'ro-irjio lilb'vv Ml
reach my 1 JM;,Foi,,'eg',' b6t.t'ho
wounffis eicalriZMlTJfiw.' I 4
It will tfVeT h il'rny'rlmemlJranee,,
replieil'UiQ'harohj Mnd 'since you wit'
not 'bo recompensed in the maunoi
which is so 'pinning an I exciting to
ofliciotu zeal, t hMI nil rest u.itil you
liavoTbceivod the justice which is due to
yotlr heroism and tho m.iny v.ilu.iblc
services which you Dave perlormeu
tllo lieufenancv oltlie liremen,whom in
"Ommandcd manv years, exciting theit
l.vai'mesl nffi elion and addinit to theii
tepntation by inspiring them with a no
'blu desire to imitate his example.
arrivpd at Uojlon on Sunday
Jv i , uii'inl we have London pa
pt.s ci load. Liverpool of the 4th,
and liriw, Dublin and ILvre dates ol
Urn l-' si 'ii'.
Tlv u..r!and Mail brings intelligence
that a iiejiy Had been concluded between
tho Uoiu- TStiit. s and the- Celestial Em-
arrival or run
pire, I'Jii 1 upon the tame principle a?
to have suffered severely from inundation.
but in the greatest ('.cgrce the country bor
derin-on the river Rocyo, which rose
thirteen feet in les lhan an hour rushing
in torrents upon ihe large villugo ol
Knnraddlout and its environs, which were
submerged; sweeping away all tho house
and factories, and S3 windmills, and, in faci
"Tnurii wituou? rr.Aii
S.1TIIUII.1V, JVOV 'i, 1811.
IScmcmJicr lite Friufcr.
WHEAT, OATS or WOOD, will be re
ceived for debts duo us for subscription.
Also, a low bushels of POTATOES, if
dclivcicd soon,)
From thoso who have promised Lumber
men bikI inch anu a tiuartcr tune board)-
will be received if delivered soon.
1'ioin the Dally Keystone 1'stra nf Tuculiy,
T M 1118 I R li 13
'J'ho Louisville Morning Courier of tin
2 (lb insl. furnishes us with the following
account of a most htarl-reniling catastio
II is with feeling the most acute & pain
ful that we record tho following fearful di-
istcr, and the loss of no many vahint If
lives. The steamboat Lucy Walker. C apt
Vann, left this plar e fur New Oih-am e
lerdav, erowdcil with paJsciii'er'?. Whcc
ibonl four nr fivo miles below New Albany
md iust before sunset, some pail of tier
Tho lucky steamship, the Great Western leavim? lioibiiifr but a mess of mins. Ahnm
i I I I .M ... ir i- i a n
tl?pt.....,l i ...i bi iwp.Pn Rnir and and prriycu ai ixew ioik auoui 1 1 o clocK, on 000 oersons are said to have nor shed. and
China in which America will enjoy all Sallir(lay nlSht Oct. 20, having left Liver the loss of propertv is estimated at 800,000
the advantages which Great liritain p.0"1 on 1,10 12lh 'ro seems to be very rix dollars, i?1.200'000 francs. Subsrrip
" I 111 U I1UWH. I nno t.H II, n nal .il 1 1, a .nir.i.n,. l,trn Un..
,,, una , U t lll ll it OlMHIUli, llil.U lltl I,
It is said the Hi itish Ministry inlend
to attack ihe Irish Repeal movement
Mr. Everett the American Minister,
is said to have solicited his recall?
The Queen of England, returning to
"Scotland, was expected to arrive in Lon
don on the 3d
little news.
I he King of the riench arrived at Wind Upened at Stockholm, at the head of which
ior- stands the names of the King and Queen.
1(1(1 VAij ui' 1 11 rJ tvlNU VI THIS wim consiuerablo contributions annex
Portsmouth. Tupsilnv.
' I MIt I PDta1 a p i tcs nr im v til 1 I O VlJlilJaV.
So soon as daylight broke this morning
.1 aiuiiiiit'i wild i ruiicii colors lloiSlrd, w;ib
seen at anchor at Spithead, and thice otherb
Tho 22d of October being generally re
: i r..n . t t.", ...... in V . i
- r iseuu ai iuiunur ai opiuiuuu, anu mice olliurb uivuu wu : luuiiuuts ui ruiuoi tinier aim
Van Amburg s elephant, last weekpi Lvcre reported a Ions distance off under Hrolher Ilimes, as that on which the world
Canterbarg, being annoyed by a trumpe- nieam. Tho steamer at anchor weighed, was to do destroyed, the excitement nc
ter in Ihe orchestra, suddenly caught md proceeded to join those in the ofllng. cordingly reached iis climax at the time
him with his trunk and lifted him up At six a. m. ihe Admirably flag was hoisted designated For several days before it had
in the airyind then let him fall in the on uoatd the Victory, which was saluted im ec" rising in intensity. 1'arcnJs deserted
not mediately uy an snips in commission a1 i10" lamiues people closed their stores,
Spithead ar.d Si. Helen's. A salute of 19 kavo away their goods, threw iheir valuables
!uns was also fired in honor of the arriva 11,10 'be streets, and were guilty of every
cavcliif the French Embassador, ihe Count St M100'6' f mildness and insanity that could
ivuiaire. as tne nare cleared oir the ship? I wen oe iinaguieu so mur.n so, inueed.iiiai
at Spithead appeared dressed out in ibeii somo cases, the aid of the police had to
"-MiTivnal (1 n tro' qnil in im m Ihn in ui iL' iil n urngnrun llm tunna fi
it is very commonij noj-njo,, were na(.ej me i?tenf,. i.., -VUh Monday, the creat bodv of tliosu deluded
siwil'iisf, 1 lie musician was
The Queen of Spain is dying.
The King of France would
Treporl lor Eifgland, 5th inst.
Whitish Coukt.
rumor-ed-in ihe my; that it is the m- snl)i)Uron ,vcre nnw EPnn !inbnPnl, reonle went forth into the onen rmm.rv. i P'08" Pa,l lor ",c 'iur',"se c'""a"
leiriio.n of government lo exclode from jne gl Helen's, coinu at a slow rale. vi7.-be prepared the change uhich was , going to Jerusalem, inienung' to ibsuo i
the Uourl ami irom tne iMinisterat the (Joiner, with the French standard at ihe come upon them. I o hills on the western proclamation calling in the Jews, ovei
ties parties, alj the loreign JM misters or mam, an hnglish ensign at the fore, and u side ot the bchuyll.ill were selected b whom he was to bj head nil the return ol
Charges d'Airnrea, whose governments brench Ensign at the mizen. The Caiman many, and a number of encampments ot Christ upon tho earth which event hi
1 . 4 .. . 1. 1 1 1 it i.iffii!wl iIiaix .,.....1. t ia inn mil iltn IT I i n - -... hlvnii.nL'ii trnrn in hn cumi ifii nn i m
ll-..;.-., ,1.-1, ,p,i,ro hv the henn.ifnl vM.i h.l., .1.- lli.n U a few miles, were tl i,,. nvnimmnn. believed would lake place forty five year,
IIICIHO tIIN UIUH "miiuio in nno wuuii.i - j j ,tiUii,iMi " .
irv Siiph a nrocGGdint? would nlare Atnelh. each dressed ou limilar lo lliu Go pvas rshibited. Tlio liowevor, was lrom
j- i o I . . ... I ( , . .. ..I ... , l
heUniied States renresentative in a mc'' ullM "lt; "xeeptiun ol Hie French siai. 'o11' ami wui itie watchers generally wiih- with reieiencc lo this expedition lie wa.-
nun. ns uir riciitu siiinuru i annroat H'li i""- "i ancnui, .iiiu, us uiu Mnir;U uu prnvvnnit ' vinir nt Ii!ir in hi. . iv Ini
' Helena nit, Yi.-...r . Bucn exposure, me to ,ow,ng iGomM lf Ffly, denominated the Ancirn
u,, i,v,a v v, ai. i, v 1,1,1 l; n dl lilt 111,1111, "J ' J j 1 u " 1 ' 1 " " 1 ' " 1 ,J Ii 1 1 Ill U 11 J III I ,
manned their yard, mid s.iluii'd resnenivp linoosition. The old neonln and lim infants ""J18
Iv as tho (ouiir n.nmh iI.pbp lmu A iiiiniciihirlv. hiilli n il i relv . At ii is innn. Uec.rer y , 1 had the fatl from or.o win
were returned by the Caiman anil Fihon ''lui 3 Ut-ly thai lim icsoli u( this insine pro. assisted ai thu vioron iuoii divoiced emu:
very embarrassing and unenviable posi
dehland. Accounts from Snnderland
civo account of an explosion in a coal
pit at Ilaswell colliciy, about ten mile.s and Llati, and the Riene Amelia. Lbri eeding ill be thu death of many. The .loo's death. This was the Prophet's grand
from biinderland.wlnch has the deslruc- arborouch s yacht, the lvtstral, and eevn I iifiiinuni having thus tailed once mnre,uesjff,,. am ,al -n been L'eueralv,
;uon ot nine.y-slx uuman oe.ngsi it ity"'1 "-V"" ' , . . : . ... ,l,w""" slln,7 a,,u known, would, perhaps, have saved otn
aa u tlval ai the time ot Ihe accident "" '"'u"11'. wum j;any uecoraicn wnn n-jci-icuiy iu uiuir uccustomeu avnoauons .. .
vtl,rPWPre a hundred nersonB in il.JoolaM. The flag of Admiral Sir Chariot U'd. of them, at least, whose heads lavCShlc from the disgrace and lufuiny of perpe
nil and. that onlv threo or four hive '",lvlJ was shifted into the Queen, and tht lot been completely turned; but it is to be iraliug so foul a murder.
been saved. . ' iauuaru appeared ning ai preouineu, as a . matier oi coutse,tnat the an This lact allords a key to certain move
The-repor. I. conHrmed th.l Bohoml. 3, which are otherwise
will join lne German Customs Union, brigs ai anchor fired salutes as his Rlajesn day, and that the old routine is to be repeat
by way of experiment, for five years. pagsed trough Spithead the French steam While so much of credulous ignoranc.
.Ireland. O C'onnell, whoe move er8 only going at a nuarter snced allnwed is exhibited, there will be no lark nf runn
Tnerltsr' r-corded with a decree of in- the numerous yachts, and French yacht lo MnS roguery to take advantage of it, for no Clrcnl Muitntagcs of Sleam and
'terest no n'ffnor lo those of royally.jkeep company. They entered the harbour ''0"bt can exist that it has been turned ti Hail Roads. In 1773, tho fust siagi
hasMefi th lrrsh metropolis fffr hi? in the same line of sailing.ihe Comer lakino Pro' already. The supply, in th.s mailer, ciaches were eslablihcd betweoi
"niountai. home. the lead, hen at the mouth of the bar as in others, i
ThOit-teal Kepeal 15anouet to O Con- ,l0,lr u,e Amg oastion nreo a uoyal salute Mnu u people are eager lo ho imposed on ihrough In two days, with a fare ol
. . . . . I ll,n I..IA..IH H......I... I.I I I I ln ... t,....:il..... I ...! II. ''. .
nell anit I tic other Stite prisoners, look l,ul" ",u ,wumJ i'uiiuer. anu me piat inipuoiur win not uo warning. j,vi
inachinery goi out of order, anil .the engine
THE WEATHER. was Mopped in order to it. While
Tho weather throughout the- fall, thus far engaged in in'iking the iiens.,ny repairs
with two exeentiniiB has benn verv fine for 'ho filter in the boilers col ton low; and
the gathering of the fall ciops On the 20lh about fr o minutes after the engine had
of September, we had a snow storm, which ceased working, her Shrce boilers exploded
lairly covered tho ground with a white man with tremendous violence, and horrible and
tie, and on Wednesday last, we had a con terrific riTer.l.
tinued snow throughout tho day, although Tho explosion was upwards, and thai
il melted as fast as il fell, 'leaving no traces patl of ihe boat above the hollers was blown
behind except rold weather.' into thousands of pieces. Ihe U. b
Snag-boat ttcphrr, Capt. I. 15. IJtinham,
tCT For several week, our paper hat w-ag aboul two hundred yards distant at the
been almost exclusively devoted In political time of Ihe explosion. Capt. Dunham
matter, which has rendered it, not as inter was immedi Melv on the spot, rescuing
esting )o Ihe inisccllancojs reader as wt those in Ihe water, and with his cre
could have wished, the election, being now rendering all the aid in his tiowtr. To him
over, we shall have moie lime, and more we are indebted for most of our particulars
iijiace in our columns to devolo to them, and He iulorms us that the Lucy Walker w,hh
vc shall endeavor hoical'lcr to makcamor.dt, the middle of the river, and such was tin
for the past, and make our paper as inter force of the explosion, that 'pans of the
ftting, lo say the h-aet, as those of on i boilers and the boat were thrown on shore
neighbors. Just after the explosion, the air was filled
with human beings-itfragments of human b
ingOnc man was blown up fifty yards, &fcll
with such a force as to go entirely through
the deck ot '.ho hont. Another was nil
entirely in two by a picro of the boil
We have heard of ninny such heartrending
md sickening incidents.
Hefore Capt. Dunham reached the place
where ihe Lucy Walker was, he saw
number of persons who had been throw
into the liver, down. lie however saved
ihe lives of a large number of persons by
(blowing thorn boards uud inpes, and pull
ing them on hit,' boat with books. Im
mediately after the explosion, the ladies
i . if it . i ii
eauin iook lire, anu do lore u nau ocen con
ed, she sunk in twelve or fifteen feet
water. 1 litis is presented the remarkable
circumstance of boat exploding, burn ing &.
linking, all in the spare nf a few minutes.
The streams and exclamations of the
females, and ihoso who were not killed, is
represented as diMtessing and awlul. We
believe none of ihe females on boaid were
injured jomc however, may have been
rnwned. The books of the boat were
leslroyed, and of course it wilt bo impossi
ble ever lo ascertain the names of or the
number of those killed.
There were at least fifty ni sixty persons
killed oi mUing, and fifteen or twenty
wounded, some dangerously. Capt. Dun
ham h fi the wounded at New Albany, jdl
of whom were kindly and well cared for
by the hospitable and humane citizens of
that town. Captain Dunham deserves the
thanks of the community for bis humane Az
vigorous exertions to save ihe lives of, and
bis kindness and attention to the sufferers.
lie snipped his boat of every blanket, sheet,
and every thing else necessary for their
Mr, John Hixon and Mr. Henry Rebec,
passengers on the Lucy Walker, deserve
Status Electors Time of hold
1611 ing Elections.
Ohio t 23, " ' November i
Pennsylvania U0' t
Maine .0. ' 4
:Vcw HamptMft 0 , ,1
Connecticut 0 " , 4
Virginia 1.7 1
Georgia 10 4
Mipsihsippi 4 4
Kentucky 'i 4
Indiana VI 4
Illinois f O 4
Missouri 7 4
Michlgin 5 4
' m vis 3 4
North Carolina 14 4
Now York 30 ' 5
l.ouisMiia " 0 0
I'ennespce Kf fi
New Jersov 7 6 0
Rhode Island 4 0
Massachusetts Vi II
Maryland 0 12
illabama 0 1 1
Vermont .0 1 I
Delawaro 3 i
South Carolina 9 1
As the election iu this Sia'c ond Olii
'ook place, yestcrfay, (Friday and lha
of New Yoik, is lo be held on Tuesdav
we hope to be able to gue the results o
il em in our lh'xi.
A correspondent at Alton, saya the New
Bedford Bulletin, ufier staling that the rcreir
murder of Joe Siniih had been followed b)
a dispensation of hn followers. gives the fol
lowing i nlcicsting iiein?: Mis-Joe Smith
it is said, has lost all confidence, (if sin
eer had any i in the Mormon faith. Sin I
will soon retire to some secure situation,
undoubtedly the richest lady in the Wesi
joe bad been amassing money for several
By tho Legislature.
The States in ic voted for Van Ruren
in 1810.
Kickapoo Copper. The Galena Gazotto
says: II the roporls concerning th6 late dis
covery of copper ore above Piaitiedu Chi-
"li. teferrcd lo in our last, he nut exaggera
ted, thai section ol counirv will food excito
the attention of great numbers of mining ad-
enturers. 'J'ho specimen ol the ore lefi at
this office has excited much attention, and
is pronounced superior to any thing of thu
kind horetofnre seen by most of those who
have examined it. 'J'ho remark is pietly
general tint there must be more of such
mineral in tho vicinity. The country u
represented as being broken, hbonnding in
high hills and clear springs of water.
Mot monism has made consult rahln
progress in Scotland. At a mciilinp, of
iho faithful in Glasgow last month, somo
live bundled were present, all in ino:n
iiij; for the prophet, Joe Smith. Tho
Scotch Mormons Conference embraces
eighteen churches.
On 'Tuesday morning last a very percep
tible shock of an earthquake was experi
enced in the town of Alden, Albion, Alex
inder, Attica, Ratavia.Hclhany, Daricn and
A gentleman from Albion states that about
8 o'clock in the morning, while he was nl
breakfast, something seemed lo stiike the
side of thu house, janing it all over, raiding
the dishes on the table. The sound then
passed on with a deep rumbling noise like a
cat passing over a railroad. At the west
nd of the lown. a large brick house was
racked ihrough in Iho rentre.and some
of the ?toncs in the abutments of the canai
fell out.
Mr Foiled, assistant pnslmaater at Rata
via, says the shcek was lolt there at 7 mm
utes past 8, and laMcd about two seconds
A gentleman from Elba estimates the do
ration of the shock in lhat place at half a
minute, and describes il as hard enough to
jar open several doori. It came apparent
ly from tho southwest and passed lo the
wholly inexplicable.
ittijin (Vic lli oil nnnltinsi nnit tliii pfTiPiAnt
l, I....I Wlin.i l llin ninntti f .1.. mll,re I, : " . . .1 1 , I I . . AT.... X .l. !.... "" ' " ' ' " " "
'... .V.-Vi. . " " l, I ,r,,i :r li i'ip,,,,l''i iiiuuuiiiuiiii rnnaueipiiia anu iew i oik, rumij: ( ;Xt,rlion8 in saving the lives of drowned
NCttll) I Tour rlfillirc fnr nrtn nDianntrpr . llin !! I pCfSOHS
.... , .... ....
lance is accomtilished in live oi six hour'
land at the same fare!
pUco-orVtho 20ih ult., in the MuaicH""" tlery also fired a aaluie. which wGuzitle
Hall, Dublin, a large square building, V i s .,,BU," mrsfxtiiLn
Burroundcdwiil, galleries, which -werV Pn'h,0" D' " " rV0,,, . A CURIOSITY.
.... .i ! ., i . , At an early hour, at seven, the Grenadier
appropriated to tno use oi ino utiles, ot ctiropanjei( of illc0ili and 70d. Rerinieuts Wc werc "hown Ihe other day a hand
wnom uitiB ..Mi,, - ""'fnouccoinpanied by ihe band of the former re "'I ol peas, in Ihe pod, one or two pod
.picMJii.. iivcib" ,,ci u gimcni, and commanded by Major Hoven ' wMieli appeared quite diy and Miita
nearly that number of uentlernen were ilen, appeared on the narade and wrr in ble to nlani. which wrr.. r3iKrl fr,,
.present. Mr. SmitlfO'Hrien filled tin Upecled by the Lieutenant Governor, &ir peas picked in July from vines which
chair. Henry Parker; they then proceeded to had grown and borne a lame ouanlitv
Spain A letter Irom U.iyonne ol uosport, where they were joined by aeon. 0f this delicious vegetable between thai Whig
the H ult. in the Morning .1 -o.i, an-P''"'" , or Vn- ' u' ol ,1,e Pceding will give place lo Governor Hartley eleel
Ui hlnl i,ki.r,iirt,i u,, lim Pn,.iti I'nariue, and a portion of other tronns. uW 1 h,s scon1 "P W8B quile (the father.)
.r m wi,e.we,,i.ovor.oGo,n0rt. todo'du, u.,r",j''anu a i,.,.iRa ... wm
" ' ' . " '" Hie Railway and yBrd.' A, ey waa several tlmce applied fiom ,.
.war; h.u,.k . . oumm T ci , . 7, wjlh ,)e for ,hc tllbt.. We dnub.
f prune" imu imihiiuii iiovi
oome time past in readiness
cnlctjn,, whether a Fpol of land c,in
'The inauguration of Governor of Ohio,
in December next, will present a novel
erne. 'The robes of office will bo trans
ferred from son to sire from Democrat to
acting Governor Hartley (the son)
he found
The manufacture of railroad iron
.-summary punishment Tor every atlempi LlttPt'
to create utstut uance, 'oui -aiso arresicn
(themost conppictio'us atnong-lho rioters
Among the prisoner.": 'Iitiy- srK in num
f.lier'; were tvp,opera-dancei.
It will bo seen that Micro has been
most destructive fire in Providence
The 'Theatre, and some olhcr building1
ire swepi away ; but what is of much
greater conjrfucnce, the elegant paint
ing and machinery used by Dr. Lardnci
in his Icctines, valued at $15,000, and
tinsel's I'lunelai mm, woilh ntiiel lit
much, whete burnt.
Thn 1V,VU Ylil t. TiviM-neo (.ffilria lliol
funiaces in blast, eont:oclod wiih a laco lilm mrmn nrtinr,a imvi'n., i,,. u,.-,i
rtlI..Mf! I. 1.. ... . . . ...Ill Ill I : .t .... ... . ' O - h .v ..,wK.
I inc Ticmrywiisiiresacii in colors, and ' U,""S eie.ui or niuu puddling againM the Right Rev. Hishop Onder-
VhadtheAdmirality llagai the .main, and furnaces in full opcialion, -with .which donk, Episcopal Hishop of tho Diocese
I"rfl?1chIf 00.1' ... ., . , ; i,ey making railroad .and .other. Iron of New Yo.k, and their reference lo a
1 he,Port Admiral,-being utuble.from.lhc t a rapid ta'c. Icoma.htcc, is entirely f.lse.
Il.miiu Ptitlliitnvnu tltiirtli A mil n : -i. i I w i n vt nvliiKii n t C
&WBDEM. lopuiai uiaiMioiiicaye ,,, tl10 numerous officers in splendid ami Cundiiy. The seed was a mixture of tlx
.HBsiiusH.ivi.iuu, ..jru... .. u. U)tm y whom he was attended at the after common and maiiowfal pea. ATffi'
1111..1.11 . .j ""i uiiimniianci utm Ul 111 U -UOU1CI. I itOllUUIl JlUOOCttlC.
in liioi.mji anu uieio were rio ii on itie i nousatins ot petsona-erowded the'King'B
SgSih of 'August. -The melhol 0ftheif bastion, die lines facing Ihe ea, the platform !
suppression -was cunous. Thu pblice batiery, and Victoria pier, to witness hit
jIiIiaiI a number of assistants. miier-.dav approach; and tho long, loud and vociferous
labourers and others, all irflhem tall & 'bceriiig.viih which the people grceledthe
'The National ImcMigeuccr publishes
letlei from London, exposing a new and
Inn i v dangerous eouuiurleit sovereign, so
closely resembling coinage at the Uritisl
Mint thai even the die sinker himself was
deceived by if II is composed of coppei
4i.d gold, half and half, gilt but on cutting
open ihe edge the redness of the coppei
becomes visible, Tho dots on the field
Or' in that quarter of tlio shield contain
ing the singlo lion, arc more distinct, being
crossed or further assundcr than inihn ical
coin. 'Tho counterfeit is believed lobt
made for circulation in tho United
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r ...i I .... l. 1 1, .i... rrencn l.inxr..wa COUrleniiB v nckmiw ni a .. J , tuuuin
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"jeaiy tepeale.lly bearing ht i0 warl6' lear "mberlan'd
iviig to ihe assembled .mulli i 1,0 Loml,ary have two largo si
, Md
'The Van Uuren (Ark) Inlelligcnccr
ol October Oih, saj:
'We leiiriifiotn a gentleman just fiom
'Texas, lhat iho inhabitants of the
northeastern poition nf 'Texas aro Miffei
ing really for want of provisions, and
that lac water in thai legion has almosi
totally failled. I.urgo rs of cm
igiants aie returning Ihiough this place
lo Aii.fipiiri, lhat wnil otl lal tvinici
and spiing.
This office at Washington, wheie letters
arc opened and rend, ('the owners of which
cannot be foundj that cannot be rewaided
aocording to address, is full of curious in
terest. A writer in the Baltimore Sun says
the amount of money found in ouch leans
is very gieat. The sum tccieved during
the quarter ending the 30il. of Spiembei last,
is 31170; but how much of this amount is
counterfeit is not yet ascertained. In every
asa wheto money, good or bad, (or other
valuables) is found in letters, it is carefully
rc-enclnsed and sent lo Ihe Posl Master of
iho place whenco it was transmitted, with.
direction to that officer to use every elTor1
in finding the writer of the letier. to whom,
he should delivei il, and obtain a receipt..
In this way, about nine-tenths of tho amount
reverts annually to the owners. If the
owner cannot be lyund within forty days,
il is again returned to the Department,
where il remains subject to (In order of
the owner at any subsequent pctiod.
A trial in the Supremo oourt, New York,
liasjiisl closed, in which Allison U.Idciou
was charged with the niin of a- young girl
of M, who was placed an an innihto in hi
family, and who was entitled to his protec
tion, Tha jury in ibis case, although charg
ed by tha court that they could bring ill for
loss of services, marked their sense of llin
transaction by returning a soaled verdict iu ,
favor of Iho plaiiilill'l'or $'J0OU,