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Evening Star And Dial (Newspaper) - January 15, 1862, London, Middlesex No. 1,827. JANUARY 15, 1802. ONE ROYAL ENGLISH Under ihe Management of Miss and Mr. W. * TOTS THE PURITAN'S Miss Louisa Pyne and the Pantomime ot with the Pantomime 01 and Messrs. H. and H. H. E. and and Miss Jenny Mr. A. Commence at Mr. THIS THE Messrs. Misses Jane M. E. and Mrs. E. To conclude with the Pantomime of LITTLE MISS AND LITTLE BOY BLUE Harlequin and Old Daddy ROYAL PRINCESS'S THIS PLAYING WITH Mr. John To conclude with WHITTINGTON AND HIS Harlequin King and the Genius of Good iMek Miss Maria Robin Goodfellow and the Master John Haslem Mr. Mr. Mr. Miss 0. A ROYAL LYCEUM Sole Lessee and Mr. THIS PEEP Messrs. W. Mrs. D. P. Miss C. To conclude witb LITTLE RIDING The Fairies of Misses C. Nott and ' 0 Y AL OLYMPIC Messrs. F. Robson and W. S. THIS Messrs. H. Miss Mrs. W. 8. After THE KING OF THE The Prince and the To conclude with THE LOTTERY Mr. F. Rebson and Mrs. W. S. ROYAL ST. Mr. George THIS A WONDERFUL After PERSEUS AND The Maid and the P. Catherine E To conclude with THE BOARDING O YAL S T R AN D Lessee and Mr. h. sen. THIS at OBSERVATION AND After PUSS IN A NEW PAIR OF Messrs. Mesdames Followed by JOHN Mr. To conclude with PEACE AND MARVEL OF REVOLVING SHOP only revolving Shop Front in the world may be seen at any time between Nine a.m. and Eight at E. MOSES and Branch NEW comer of The Illustrated Weekly thus notices this great novelty in the Mechanical Arts It presents to the street passenger the of a quadrangular with elegant The pavement in front is inlaid with encaustic and the two piers are fitted with silvered which doubles or continues the quadrangular The revolving if such it may be presents a continually changing aspect as it passes the shop The whole has a very novel and splendid especially as the various embellishments are peculiarly rich and hut a correct of an ingenious mechanical is not conveyed by mere and must be seen to be As far as the spectator can the window seems to realize the conception of perpetual nd hurrying crowds suddenly stop to E. MOSES and Merchant Woollen Boot and and General LONDON CITY 154, 155,156,157, 83, 84, 85, 86, 506. 507, 508, New 1, 2, 3, 137,138, 283. ESTABLISHMENTS Sheffield and ROYAL SURREY Messrs. and JUVENILE THIS the Pantomime of HEY DIDDLE DIDDLE AND THE TWELVE DANCING PRINCESSES Mr. S. Saville Marie Harry 8prites. aud with THE WHITE RE AT NATIONAL STANDARD X Mr. John Douglass THE SLEEPING BEAUTY Ef THE WOOD Harlequin Prince Pretty and the Seven Fairy The Gorilla Mr. G. B. Prince To conclude with a OP LONDON Messrs. Johnson and Nelson THIS THE Harlequin and the Fair Mr. Mrs. Mr. the Russian Merry by To wich HARD By the Stage Mr. Charles NEW BRITANNIA THIS the THE KING OF THE CD RES. Mrs. S. J. W. the Family C. Stephan Mrs. W. To conclude with THE DARK CLOUD AND ITS SILVER Mr. J. Reynolds Miss E. CRYSTAL SUCCESS of the NEW YEAR'S EN which will be daily this Mr. J. H. the Perfect in one of his most amusing Messrs. Brian and Conley as the Automaton Nerves Mr. E. W. the King of Three on the high rope in Four Blondin's Pantomimic Finale 1 Fancy &c. Open at Admission One One Frequent trains from and CRY ST A L P AL PERFORMS TWICE o'clock and Roars laughter at his inimitable character of the His extraordinary leaps are unanimously pronounced the most daring feats PAL a BLONDIN will wheel PUNCH over the at Three at J Four a New Pantomimic expressly written and produced under the direction Mr. Henry entitled THE CHILD OF THE THE FAITHFUL in which M. Blondin will sustain the character of the aud introduce some new and extraordinary The Child of the Wreck by his infant Miss INCIDENTS OF THE Plantation Scene ou the coast of with Sea View hi the of the slaves before n by the planter receives intelligence that Mb wife and child may be of a ship in sight ape at his Storm at of distress frem the the Sinking of the ship and rescue of Madame Fernando and ape at his tricks and concealment of the child by the captain's box washed of the parents at their supposed captain's love and Sams ape at his tricks flight of the ape across the Centre a distance of 120 in a single and its of the child's of the and Sam in search for the ape in and Sam's the of the KOYAL at Seven and wondrous LEOTARD every at other brilliant A Grand Morning Performance on Saturday the 18th inst. Doora open at Commence at Two TITHE 6, Oxford - A EVERY at Seven from Verdi's and by Miss Madame and Madame Messrs. W. and C. Full band and Conductor Mr. F. Solos by Mr. Viotti Collins English Other vocal and The comic portion by Miss Harriet Sam E. M. P. and W. Randall 6d.; stalls and private 10s. 6d. 7t JL MOORE and 104, These are first-class of rare possessing exquisite improvements recently and which effect a and beautiful quality of tone that stands Prices from IS First-class pianos for with easy terms of V. OF BY ORDER of the SECRETARY of STATE for be SOLD by in the on the 27th of 1862, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon the following stores and tents and old and miscellaneous May be viewed at the Tower from Ten to Four the three working days previous to the day of and catalogues may be had at the War Pall the and Royal by a young person that has learnt Singer's and Would give a fortnight for constant E. 12, East THE CAMBRIA DAILY only daily paper published in Best medium in Waist advertisements NEW NOVEL BY ALBANY J MAGAZINE for January contains the opening chapters of a New Novel by Alt any entitled TANGLED also contributions from Sir J. Emerson Frederika the author of Rev. J. G. Mrs. S. C. and other popular Price Is. London W. Kent and CAPTAIN A New by George Augustus commences in the January number of TEMPLE Price Ward and 158, AURORA a New Novel by the Author of Lady commences j in the January Number of TEMPLE Is. 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My Adams came to me at the at three He he came to ask two questions which concerned himself I interrupted him to whether what he was going to say was by order of his or from his own sense of what he ought to Mr. Adams answered that the proceeding was entirely his but that he had with him a despatch from Mr. Seward which he was rised to read to me if should think fit to do so. It he from that that the Government of Washington had not authorised the capture of the two Mason and and that the United States Government stood quite uncommitted at the time of sending the I said that if the despatch did not enter into any controversy with regard to the case of Messrs. Mason and I should be glad to hear it Mr. Adams then proceeded to read the It commenced by referring with approbation to a speech made by Mr. Adams at the and proceeded to notice with gratification the sentiments which bad been expressed by Lord Palmerston in a conversation he had held with Mr. Adams in reference to the James Mr. Seward then proceeds to declare that the American Government value highly the friendship of Great and lament that certain causes of difference have as Seward to the want of attention on the part of the British Government to the performance of the duties incumbent on a friendly Power during the struggle in which the United States are Mr. Seward gives as instances tlie case of communication to the Confederate authorities by Mr. Bunch the admission of the Sumter to purchase coal and provisions at in as he to the conduct of every European State and the arrival in the Southern States of vessels laden with arms and ammunition from Mr. Seward then proceeded to the case of the from which ship the two insurgents had been He affirms that no instructions were given to Captain Wilks which authorised him to act in the manner he had Neither had the United States Government committed itself in regard to any decision upon the character of that act. The Government would wait for any representation the British Government might make before coming to any positive He desires that if Adams shall think it this despatch shall be read to ard also In answer to Mr. I touched upon most of the points treated of in the I did not think it to recur to the case of Mr. With regard to the Confederate I said that I could not see that our conduct had been different from that of France and or of The Sumter hail been refused coal from the Government stores at but had been allowed to get coal and provisions from private The same thing had taken place at Martinique and I did not tind that the rule of twenty-four hours had been observed in but there would be little difficulty in coming to an agreement oh this In to the of arms and ammunition to the Confederate 1 had lately read the opinion of the and believe it was in entire conformity with the the Foreign Enlistment Act warlike equipment of a vessel was prohibited the loading a vessel with arms and ammunition was not in point of a much greater amount of arms and ammunition had been sent to the Federal where there was no obstacle to the export or the than to the ports of the Confederate which were Mr. Adams admitted this to be the and said he had refrained from pressing a more rigorous compliance with the Foreign Act for this I then stated to Mr. Adams the substance of the two despatches I had written to Lord Lyons on the subject of the l told him that & letter I had Lord Lyons to talk the matter over with Mr. Seward two days before reading to him the Mr. Adams asked whether the direction to Lord Lyons to leave Washington in seven days was in the despatch to be 1 said it was and that in case Mr. Seward should would be the consequences of a refusal on his part to comply with our Lord Lyons was to decline to answer that in order not to have the appearance of a I said that I thought the explanation that the Government had not authorised the seizure would stand in the place of an But the essential condition that Mr. Mason and Mr. Slidell should be given up to Lord Mr. Adams said that if the matter was stated to Mr. Seward in the manner I had he hoped for an amicable termination of the difference he thought that if the Government of the States insisted on maintaining the act of Captain United States would be abandoning their doctrine and adopting Mr. Adams asked me a further which he said I might decline to it was if Lord Lyons came a declaration of war would be the immediate I told him nothing was decided on that we should wait for a reply from aud then decide upon our I stated to Mr. Adams the substance of M. despatch to M. as I had heard it from M. de Mr. Adams said that the French Government had always been very consistent in their maintenance of the rights of added that he could not pay our Government the same I said 1 would dispense with compliments ii this matter could be amicably We parted on very friendly I lyons to earl jan. ft. Dec. 27, 1861. My have the enclose a copy of a note which 1 have this morning received from Mr. in answer to your lordship's despatch of the 30th of last relative to the removal of Mi. Mr. Mr. and Mr. from the British mail packet The note contains a very long and very elaborate dissertation on the questions of international law involved in the I have not before the departure of the to weigh the or to estimate precisely the force of the expressions Buf admits that reparation is due to Great and consents to deliver the four prisoners to I consider that the demands of her Majesty's Government are so far substantially complied that it is my in obedience to your lordship's to report the facts to her Majesty's Government for their and to remain at my post until I receive further I have the honour to enclose a copy of the answer which I have made to Mr. Seward's I have confined myself to stating that I a copy of it to her Majesty's and that I will confer with Mr. Seward personally on the arrangements to be made for the delivery of the prisoners to me. I earl russell to lord 11. My my despatch to you of the 30th of after informing you of the circumstances which had occurred in relation to the capture of the four taken from on board the I stated to you that it thus appeared that certain individuals had been forcibly taken from on board a British the ship of a neutral while such vessel was pursuing a lawful and innocent an act of violence which waB an affront to the British and a violation of international I concluded by directing in case the which her Majesty's Government expected to not be offered by Mr. to propose to that Minister to make such redress as alone would satisfy the British the liberation of the four gentlemen taken from on board the and their delivery to your in order that they might again be placed under British protection a suitable apology for the aggression which had been I your despatch of the 27th enclosing a note to you from Mr. which is in substance the answer to my despatch of the 30th of Proceeding at once to the main points in discussion between her Majesty's Government have carefully examined how far Mr. Seward's and the conduct it complies substantially with the two proposals I have With regard to the the liberation of the prisoners with a view to their being again placed under British I find that the note concludes by stating that the prisoners will be cheerfully and by calling upon your lordship to indicate a time and place for receiving No condition of any kind is coupled with the liberation of the With regard to the suitable apology which the British Government had a right to I find that the Government of the United States distinctly and unequivocally declares that no directions had been given to Captain or to any other naval to arrest the four persons or any of on the or on any other British or on any other neutral at the place where it occurred or I that the Secretary of State expressly forbears to justify the particular act of which her Majesty's Government If the United States Government had alleged that although Capt. Wilks had no for that he was right in capturing the persons of the four and in removing them from the Trent on board bis own to be afterwards carried into a the United the Government which had thus sanctioned the proceeding of Captain Wilks would have become reponsible for the original violence and insult of the act. But Mr. Seward contents himself with stating that what has happened has been simply an consisting in a departure by a naval free from any wrongful from a rule uncertainly and probably by the several parties concerned either imperfectly understood or entirely The Secretary of State goes on to affirm that for this error the British Government has a right to expect the same reparation which the United as an independent should expect from Great or from any other friendly nation in a similar Her Majesty's Government having carefully taken into their consideration the liberation of the the delivery of them into your and the explanations to which I have just have arrived at the conclusion that they constitute the reparation which her Majesty the British nation had a right to It gives her Majesty's Government great satisfaction to be enabled to arrive at a conclusion favourable to the maintenance of most friendly relations between the two I need not discuss the modifications in my statement of facts which Mr. Seward says he has derived from the reports of officers of his I cannot without adverting shortly to the discussions which Mr. Seward has raised upon points not prominently brought into question in my despatch of the 30th of I there on the part of her Majesty's to that which Captain Wilks had Mr. in his points out what he conceives Captain Wilks might have done without violating the law of It is not necessary that I should here discuss in detail the five questions ably argued by the Secretary of State but it is necessary that I should say that her Majesty's Government differ from Mr. Seward in some of the conclusions at which he has And it may lead to a better understanding between the two nations on points of international law which during the present contest or at some future be brought into that I state to for communication to the Secretary of wherein those differences 1 hope to do so in a few In the it will be desirable that the commanders of the United States cruisers should be instructed not to repeat acts for which the British Government will have to ask for and which the United States Government cannot undertake to You will read and give a copy of this despatch to the Secretary of ear i. russell to lord Foreign Jan. 11. My conduct in the important matter of the Trent is entirely approved of by her The and good temper you have shown have contributed greatly to the of our In order to give your by a public a proof that you strictly according to the instructions you have I enclose an annexed to this of a private letter I addressed to you on the 1st of December Extract of a private letter from Earl Russell to December 1, 18?l. The despatches that were agreed to at Cabinet of yesterday and I this impose upon you a disagreeable My wish would be at your first interview with Mr. you should take my despatch with hut should prepare him for and ask him to settle with the President and the Cabinet what course they would The next time you should my and read it to him If he asks what will be the consequence of his refusing I think you should say that you wish to leave him and the President quite free to take their own and that you desire to abstain from anything like our own Jan. 11. Yesterday the Minister of War had a question put to him in regard to the demolition of the citadel of Messina and of the fort of St. Elmo at The Minister replied of these the portions should be demolished which could be employed for the offence of the town of Naples and that of and those preserved which be simply available for defensive As regards the fort of St. there are numerous and excellent magazines there which cannot be sacrificed at the present or until the means of replacing them shall have been For Messina the Government is at present studying a system of and believes that it would be imprudent wholly to demolish although until can be Meantime the portion which menaces the town has been and the if we may adopt such ai of the citadel will shortly The debate on the subject was closed by a vote in favour of the In the a question was put to the Minister of in regard to the daily becoming more and more which the Episcopate is taking against the Kingdom of and in favour of the Pope and the old order of The Minister replied that among the bishops there were many who had accepted the new order of the Constitution favour and he referred in particular to the Archbishop of the Bishops of of of of many There are on the who have protested against the new in very virulent such as the ecclesiastical chiefs of the dioceses of and Against as nothing they had said contained anything personal to the ruling the Government had not believed itself called upon to take any But it had referred to the decision of the judicial authorities the cases of those instead of confining themselves to ecclesiastical had chosen to publish seditious and libellous In this category are the Vicar and the Bishop of the Vicar of and the Bishop of Florence the having suspended a divinis some priests who made part of an association for mutual help the cures of Fermo and who have refused the offices of the Church to certain personages known to have adopted Liberal ideas and served the The Minister in that the Government would proceed towards the clergy with but with and that it would make the laws respected by every Every indication denotes that the Ricasoli although is consolidating decided resolve not to give way before any difficulty has foiled all the intrigues of The majority of the Chamber has held frequent but has always separated without resolving upon anything at after merely deciding to live by expedients and half Signor Minghetti succeeded the other evening in inducing it to promise its for the to the in the passing of the financial Ricasoli asks nothing else than to be enabled to pass a certain number of measures which will serve to constitute Italy upon her new basis of and then to dissolve the Lieutenancy of Sicily has been and henceforth Italy is a complete with its central government and its provinces like As to the there are yet here anil there robbers preying on the but the great bands which had almost a political physiognomy exist no The conscription has everywhere passed off in the most complete tranquillity through the Neapolitan The opening of the railway from Home has been Cardinal Antonelli and Mgr. de Merode went along the line the other day but became rather alarmed when on arriving at station of constructed upon Roman they found themselves surrounded by tricolour and in the midst of groups of men who shouted Victor Emmanuel and Italy for ever The Pontifical train started immediately back for The Emperor of Austria has visited and and has now returned to The police keep on the watch everywhere lest bombs should be like the specimen which was flying in the Theatre Ristori of The military are filled with enthusiasm and talk of a campaign close at These proceedings on the part of his Apostolic Majesty are regarded here with complete in. Brambles and Bay new volume of essays by Shirley in addition to new and curious 0f tho economy of as exemplified in scenes and Some novel suggestions of one relations of man and animals to the source of and some distinct outlines of a triple which we have no attract attention m connection with the Darwinian are fated to be roughly handled on metaphysical Signora Mario at accomplished lady delivered two eloquent on Garibaldi and at on Wednesday and Friday The on each occasion waa filled with an audience anxious to hear a lady with her bad shared the fortunes of Garibaldi in his last great Mr. Coningham presided at the first and in allusion to the telegram that the American Government would surrender the he said that the of this intelligence could not be with regard to the Italian for with a. of peace he felh the liberal and enlightened opinion of Europe would render it for any however despotic or to interfere with the just hopes and expectations Signora Mario then proceeded witb in a huge of personal On evening the chair occupied by The fair dissected with yeat ability the of the great political parties into which Italy is own opinions being identical with those of concluded by an appeal to the audience to as their hearts might money to in aid of the cause of liberty in they might lift God deal by Britain as Britain deals by continued Mr. moved i vote of thanks to the observing that that which gave vitality to the Italian cause was the original idea of Joseph but Italy be in a position to govorn the influence of must be destroyed lectured Liverpool on
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