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New York Daily-Times (Newspaper) - March 4, 1853, New York, New York Tines tute ante or and Uitt oun U published 113 delivered to In and City far A HAU Cum week Single Copies Two year six Two Dollars nontax Dollar and a HUT i advance required In all with OH Tn Mat to ur i raid In advance or II St OUT NEW-YORK NEW-YORK EVB fat Will be at 1 and fee other si 3 P M by mall er welt at ths rmU u the TUB TIMES A ran THI ii at tholow price of Two ana ma Ten for DOLLARS copies for will sent toons nu continued the ftl payment li made on the by mall Tear Ii u 13 cents United M cenU THK TIMES FUH CALIFORNIA A op or vp for In California to ud containing only newt to In of country la aa the ef every Hail Price la all eani mart be In advance k CO Publishers At Uw Meeting of COM C RIFLES held ai thur Armory March follow preamble were adopter has pleased Dr ne Providence lo remove our and brother W DAWtON from this to That it ia with drep that we part with whi m we ia much iud thai we with wid nud relatives Tei trusting what u their lusi is the tain nf him they aad ihu will Mod m tbe of a in thn land Thai ai a of for our er tbe this corps will wear That thinks to Bid nf Department loa ui duty of ei the of eur liur their lafl pUee The thanki ol thn aim t n Mr ot bis fur the able disc their r A COIT i A C Conni W Home Association 3 rj will be bald I at Union This is nn Nn 1 uil Pod NO 2 Die on U tlivnti d ard baa a front of milea on the a line of Louf the I i aud It will be laid out in half ami tons 2 per for thv Bths and SI per week r nf tlm o ou aad Bj be lnJ of D No 411 W H SMITH Ho II C A No 110 J No 33 J Vo or at the hill lance 11 lim of the Ken Mill it e J J A OPT To Ladles Irom FEMALE leave to offer a nc aud neu y successful hy whn lent m iha nf ur from at 01 All other Chronic are J with to practice nf or New are bt m- Medicated Air in ami thu ean to the of he of U rk A nil J L VAN BI D of FOk C lit Baaa W ftl D 2d JOHN H S H rfi B w H D O H J C W A iy Mr will Lecture at Cl TUI K Match I the me ID how to chi diej to Tawi h how when placed ao u t.i the Burled life and import itu m fiom the thu only one nu lie liad J No 131 at the i a v iti the ID ittou uf d ker nf ha will n Hall vY March 3 true I wni with A cf rnnt over AUo be eich U lo the 11 Doors it to commence at Tt What Is a will he given at a public ut No 3 1 Minn ml Umr Tent No Downy at Dr V D C R will elucidate tlie Order fo lowed br Hev a K m aa Ad- on the rf and IH of upon aJL by Club Ad- free The Teut savs Come nf UNlIN will be held nn March i A of members 11 11 important will be before GRAY A tST Dr 7 o'clock at the C en En Ear Liver and im- thn to with hu tH cents BT Mr Wlf Great and are re- to Mr The Ko 1 2 l rum Kowery oa DAY t at 8 DOLLAN will deliver a on Spiritualism on SATURDAY No will be wi h hu whom will he nude U open at 7 o'clock Lecture to commence it ty The M L ASSO- will kold at Vn 89 on FRIDAY I at 7 K TAYLOR hi EL IAS COMBS Secretary LATEST BECXTVnt AT TUB OF THE NEW YOBS TIHEl Feb It Dec 10 12 Fth 10 Jan U Jan 2 California t i II I China Dec U Feb l Good 20 Cape I 10 U Jan 12 16 21 19 Mad 10 Menco CUT Feb 11 9 Vent Cruz U N P Frh 8 Oct Jau M Panama Feb li Jin 17 Purt an Jan M Uec 20 Rio Janeiro Jan n Rio Tan II Jan 1 Fe Feb 4 Juan 21 Sandwich Jan 1 Feb 1 Jan 28 Tahiti ner i urk IT Feb 17 W Nov l Jaa li jm lt A TOWN or ST cor- respondent sends us the statistics of the ma king business in tho town of Abington Maaa he thinks U fully equal to that of Milford in the same State lately referred to Ho is ble to state however that his town is free from dandies and loafers which is cardinal recommendation Two years ago tho amount of capital invented in the boot business in was the number of pairs of boots and manufactured In 1850 was value f In addition to boots and sheet there are annually manufactured about worth of thoe and saddler's tacks The Dumber of men employed is 325 each at per month women 130 at per month There was no bank in the town in 1850 The Bank of Abington went into operation in October 1851 and is prosperous Thia pleasant picture proving that really there ts nothing like leather In England there are miles of telegraph ID the United 23.000 A telegraphic could be font lo be United for be tat f 7 In VOL NEW-YORK FRIDAY MARCH 4 1853 PRICE TWO CENTS LATEST to CONGRESS Second Session WASHINGTON Thursday March 3 The reading of the journal waa dispensed with Mr MILLER presented tbe credentials of WILLIAM Senator-elect from for six years from ths 4th March next MINNESOTA Mr WALKER moved lo take up making fbr completing the public buildings In Minnesota Mr hoped no business would be taken up ex- cept Iho Appropriation Dills Several other Senators objected Mr lo your motion WALKER Mr Insisted on his motion which was agreed lo and the passed In less than a minute NAVY DILL Mr moved lo take up tho Navy tion Agreed lo The question pending was Mr amendment a Court fur the Investigation of all claims against the United States Lost Mr adding to the the one for a reorganization of the Navy which was passed by the Senate tome months ago then came up Mr hoped the Senate would vole down all amendments All the Appropriation Bills except the Army Uill were null pending and no lime was now forded fur general The question was taken and amendment was 11 20 Mr rare to an amendment when a was received from the announcing ro- ol the report of the Committee of Conference on ihc and another Committee Mr leave lo a motion on thiu Mr objected Mr HUNTER why the objected when he chd nut know what the waa Mr hu knew ii was a to appoint n lo which ho was Mr knows he will at some tune abandon lhat position why then does he dilay the action ol the Senate Mr contained that the motion for a new Con made and u was Mr then read a knowing tho action of the Senate on the bills lo havo heon prompt and They were sent horo and we sued on al onco The II visa all iho Senate of have been appointed and to their con- Senate a prompt concurrence and House have ihu Army Dill where Iho Senate Committee yielded lo Ilia of tho in all important provisions ihc Sennie lobe reduced to thai where U is not lo ho permuted se a legislative branch to hare lo lay on bills lu and Id its anent lo the nl the Tlie never such a for Ihc Senate Tke hud evinced an arbitrary de- lo lo the judgment of the nate Il n new committee were appointed u would to a declaration thit the Senate to make lunber If ihc let ihc rest on the Home Mr replied He if a new were the whole would be and if nc t Hat hle coold rf it Mr defended Ihc tenon uf Com of on the Army Mr DAVIS was in tavor of the appointment of eame in Ibe new Committee Mr BOBLAMD opposed the mutton u would have a to defeat me Deficiency There ought to bo no bJl TOUCET end MASON a and motion was agreed Ir Yean 40 Maya BURLAKE and Mr renewed amendment directing fulfilment of contract lor a basin and railway in con nettion with the Dry Dock in which was de- buted and agreed lo Veas 27 H LIBERIA Mr MILLER moved to amend the r y for an lo explore the interior of rica Civil and Diplomatic hill was received from the with ihu 11 lo The Sen no initialed on na and DELL and weie appointed a tee of Conference Mr MILLER supported amendment showing tlie advantages of commercial intercourse with Africa and then referred lo Liberia He he had a aome irme since directing nn inquiry as lo the of ibe independence of beria and had prepared some remarks on which he only it now The speech of Mr given in full on the Smli o fj Mr MASON when the tu recognize the of Liberia came up he would ehow that n never lo be adopted Mr t naid he could approve uf no acl by this for ol any ol the HELL and highly in favor ol The amendment wag 21 Nays 50 THE Mr CM IN Irom ilie Naval Committee moved an providing fur ihu of a propeller 10 be funnelled one ol caloric at a cost not was rejected V i-aa 10 IT as follows Hell Junen of Tumi Ma Miller Watle Bayard Bright Can CLue ul V n uf Ia patrii k ri c Hettii Toucer Mr Gwin moved an appropriation of for the lion nf live eleam far iho Navy to wit ono frigate two and two Lost Yeas II 33 NEW ORLEANS VARO An amendment for a Navy Yard at or near New-Orleans was agreed to THE TEXAN Mr moved to amend Ibe by adding a tion lo incorporate the editors of the Navy of ihc late Republic of Texas into the United States Navy with the held Oy them In 1640 Mr moved to amend by giving them tbe same pay as officers not on duty but no rank Lost Tbe amendment waa debated for an hour and a half and then SO Nays 27 Tba Appropriation was received from Ibe House with amendments disagreed to The Senate Insisted on Its and appointed a Com- of Conference DEFICIENCY Mr from ihc Committee of Conference on Ibe Deficiency blB made a report lie said U waa the name as thai made last night except In particulars The Senate now It lost by tbe other report appropriation for the California asd for a of lands In loel the one for the establishment of an In California Mr congratulated the Senate on labors of ths Committee and the report waa concurred In BOUTIS On motion of Mr Ruan the Senate receded from Its to iha Rome two and in- on them Tbe House refusing to concur In these a Conference was ordered and ihc report of Committee was agreed to At no time waa the on any of the amendments staled Mr moved an amendment applying he 000 appropriated for removing rocks at lull Gme to iha nav men l of tbe of testing ments on those rocks and appropriating In tion for same Lost Mr FISH movad an amendment to pay the balance of a lien on grounds al tbe Navy Yard at Brooklyn and to sell a portion of said grounds Adopted Mr moved an amendment abolishing tbe spirit ration and allowing In lien thereof six cents per day 16 Nsys Ifl as follows Adami Foot T- IS Souls Spruance od Wailo Walker Hale WOO Bell Borland hmil Butler Claike Ccoper Dawson of Wn uf lows Houston Maion Miller Murton Honit Pratt After debating end rejecting several tbe was passed Mr HAMLIM reported from Committee on Commerce the Lighthouse with three amendments and the was taken op Ike amendments agreed to and Ibe passed INDIAN DILL The Indian Appropriation was then taken up An amendment to strike out aa appropriation for the Ohio was debated for an hour and then re- Mr moved an amendment appropriating for the removal of the Indians from Florida being the same amount appropriated In but which haa been transferred lo the surplus fund After Bimie explanation it was agreed to Mr HOUSTON offered an amendment directing all ments to be made to Indians themselves and making any other courne a punishable with fine and Im- prisonment Adopted A large number of amendments were offered and rejected Mr Hum moved an amendment providing for ment In ul Georgia and Alabama for Indian In 1638 Mr raised a point of order thai this was a private claim Tho CHAIB decided it was in order Mr from iho decision and on a di- vision Ibe CHAIB was overruled The at fi o'clock wax reported to the Senate Mr WALKER moved lo amend thu hill hy appropriating for the purchase of STARLET'S Indian Gallery ol which after debate WBB H Nays 27 Mr H I'cx from Ilie ol on tho Appropriation mailu a report thai the had been unable lo agree lie said thu lo which iho to agree were raining iho salary of a clerk in iho foreign of flee ol Ilie Department trom to one lo nn for iho Potomac Iltver and one authorizing the General to fur fur carrying mail San tu in the said proposals tu he laid at thu next Mr BBUI MEAD eaid he win lo two of the unit he would recede Mr said hn tvaa in favor nf all three ami be hoped the Senate would adhere to them Mr hoped Sennia recede ind taken on separately Senate receded from them all That le other me were proposed and thd noihe In ihc Hall beme very great Mr HUSK at length tie the Sergeant at Anne order A acup in a Coarl I he I DAroKa eald Sergeant at Anns would discharge hia duty hj If persons m the cs would nol lei be sum ma ill j from the Mr said some of was lo Senators I ne said Ii was not presumable lhat would not conduct properly Strangers milled tu enter Chamber mast if they do mit behave to be ejected tho Chamber of other ihu waa passed Mr HOUSTON a the lect Commune on frauds bribery Ac lo commue ing Ihr Mr and others objected VAILS The Ocean Mall Dill then liken up Ah nl lo Iny ai Us neit tension who any ot the conir lets with Uie mail have 01 not Mr Hum moved an the Post to allow ike Bremen and Havre lim an add n for round trip and providing foi an wuy Mi aid he bn willing to the and put an tnd lo ibie larce of ihrne nf lo pay back with Mr in favor of and ADAMS it from ids of on Civil and a re- port which was agreed 10 any statements or reading receded from amended Mr the and HUNTER il U wae Ihen Veas 13 Nays 31 The remaining part nf the General 10 Iho from if waa voted down without a division were proposed and rejected The was passed Mr MILLER presented ihu credentials of JOHN R in place of Mr STOCKTON credentials of J elict from South Carolina lor six years THE Mr to take up granting land to several Staite for the benem of the Indigent In- sine Mr opposed motion There was no lime Mr said he u wts loo late In for lo make a ol be- Mr I HABE hoped thu lull would he up If il wan he tu move add to u tno Mr is yon will kill the if you can Mr if u be taken up I wanl il read Laughter J Mr IF u u taken up will move in add In H Ihc the brains which were knocked out ago The wan The was takon np Mr ol Iowa moved lo amend iLu by add ing ibc Mr UELL tu the for such charny and of a ID anything for iho poor and whote appeal lo of human appeared lo him to be nothing but humbug Now was Uie inno to ilo a class lo build up a ny thai will the admiration of every If bo In Him will fall If and homeless had than lei he for but do not attach il to thin Mr in iho and desired te at lentil on u HO hu lo know whether WHS 11 ha or not hy any I of or lie aired tu tlie Senate having us attention hy any inner Mo to know whether hu would bo bound by any rule legal or moral or if contrary door lo any Mr continued end Well I will of course have to will not go on I prefer lo apeak lu a calm and eil Semie Mr hy from Com- on Commerce directing the Secretary of the in inquire mm mmo and of tnu several manno and report at next in whether il be lo continue lit in known and whit lo be adopted also the amount of such fund ex- pended in iho ul muc n each Ac Alho u IH expedient lo require United Stales vessels bound on foreign voyages In tiko whether it IB expedient lo amend or re- peal tho taw tho Issue of Ions to seamen and it in expedient lo establish schools of Instruction for marines ice Adopted Mr was In favor of the graduation tem and moved to amend the Homestead Dill by giving one hundred and sixty acres of land to all those engaged in War ef Mr amendment waa then adopted Veas 18 Nays 17 Mr ADAMS moved to amend by adding hereto a for graduation of price of tha public lands At five minutes to 11 o'clock a message was received rom the House announcing thai thai body had disagreed 10 the report of the Committee of Conference on tha Diplomatic and a new Committee of Conference Mr RUSK that tho Senate adhere lo fin and refuse lo agree lo the appointment of any Committee of Conference Cries of That's it Mr HUNTER said If adhered the House would agree to allow amendments or the would bo oat Mr said effect of our adopting tbe report of Ibe Committee of Conference would amount simply to our insisting on the amendments sustained by that Com- and receding from those amendments that Com- recommended Senate to recede from He for one would stand here till doomsday Mr waa mistaken If Senate adhered to ibe report of the Committee of Conference It would amount 10 nothing The Senate amendments or many of them bad been amended by the House How conld the Senate adhere to those ments T He was not however In favor of another Com- mit tee of thought tbe Senate bad yielded Mr thought the between iha two might be reconciled Mr ADAMS waa In favor of new Committee Mr Downs said be did not regard U to be the duty of tbe lenate ip recede from everything thought 0 object to Mr considered this proceeding by the House as Indicating a desire by that body that the Senate shall recede from what In Us sound judgement had added tu this The Senate were now called on to act with firmness or with great criminality Senate was si la SB thia dispatch HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WASHINGTON Thursday March 3 Tho Chaplain of the House returned thanks for tho blessings with which members have been favored and prayed lhat on their journey hence Heavenly protection may attend them and lhat they may their families In good health The journal of yesterday not having boon completely made tip the reading with Sundry communications were laid before the House and ordered lo be printed Great confusion prevailed the Hall and the galleries and lobbies were crowded with spectators POST OFFICE The House In Committee on the Senate's amendments to the Post Office Appropriation BUI Some of them were In Thai authorizing the Postmaster Central to contract for carry Ing the mails California and Shanghai was amended on motion of Mr ORB by providing inn expense of carrying the maila shall not exceed the receipts of postage against Mr opposed tbo amendment This WUH but a little rising and Congress would ho called nn the case of steamers to vote tional Mr OBB the gentleman if such a proposition should come up he would oppose It After brief debate tho Senate's amendments as waa to Tba Committee and reported the hill and the House In Ihc del ion of I he Tho Pout Route as returned the Senate was acted upon The appointed a Committee of Conference on disagreeing of two an liio Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation During Mr Wn to a privilege He said the moat Important measures arc now un able It was a mailer of impossibility lu act In- while wan no much confusion In He therefore tlic Speaker to have uie cleared of all nut tn tho privilege of Ihc Persons who to witness proceed logs can be the The Speaker fro lim uf Tenn lo bo rule prescribing what he 10 admission In the floor of the THIS ha slid lo prevent the evil of which c was made 11 was lur ihu occupant ol lo enforce the rule thv acts mid uf Itr of the Mr judgment tho of Mam in the area waa of Iho and he moved Dial llm area he cleared The WUH put down Senate Dill incorporating Iho amlL Mr STUAIT maHo an 10 procure a on Reciprocity but tbo Speaker said the morning bad passed away PRIVATE CLAIM Mr moved a nf the with a view op ibe Smila Mil ihu and of the of WM II deceased for by during tha war ul the Revolution Agreed to Yeas I Mr COLCOCK rono in but al of many moved Ihu previous Mr asked whether iha WBB nl such a t harri u r BH not bear examination Mr SACKETT a of that the an must gu to of inn Whole mi the etaie nl the Union On Mr the rule requiring sticn was and was rushed It is said tlie hill up an appropriation of Mr a resolution lhat the Speaker UL lo direct the lo nf Irom coming ibo bar of tbe Hume He said that could not out clearance anil were not now Ibe of Ihr ThH wae adopted Tne Doorkeeper then proceeded lo invite Intruders to depart without tbe bar The directed in i formal manner of the lo enforce tbe and in of compliance on the part ol intruders to report to him Mr GORMAM made reports from the ol which are an In Iha to tor printing tha Census of uxiri coplon of agricultural portion of the Patent for for 1813 and copies of the pail of said and binding nl copies of obituary addressee in House and on death of the use uf and priming and binding of copies of Survey Sundry violent occasionally IT ad to obtain the floor a or more rm ng at once and out Mr and ing up bills were tin lu I The scenes The hill ol location of in from time lo time an the President may deem passed IH CAI Mr from of ence on Iho ul Iha Iwo nn a report explaining that among many HilnnH the hnd receded from Iha or an In ami the had ihn lime for receiving b da fur ihu Mint there until lite fliat of April and that sum of f lor that or no may be applied creation and puning iho mint in ami not for the pur uf buildings Hu paid of had already received the of the law Report concurred In Several bills were Mr made an motion to up private bille Mr a fur paying an extra compensation lo LRR a M r offered an 10 piy a hoy who has been acting as a pago throughout iho the same as the pares Mr DROWN offered an lo pay JOHN fitly a day fur tha umn tun as a or otherwise the lie said was ihn who hind a tablo up at airs and of Various not No it's a yellow man who tbe lumbers and lo tlie Come give him ought not to be lion The resolution as amended CONSUL AT The Senate to incorporate Iho of of Washington and the Si nalo joint for the relief of the Spanish Consul and subjects ai New-Orleans and Key for indemnity for losses sustained In in LAW Mr but the lo take up tbo Senate supplementary to iho steamboat law last year IMFATISNCE Mr McMuLLiN at 4 o'clock moved lhat tho House take a recess till 6 Mr JOHNSON of no not till wo adjourn If we do we can't gel through the business Mr uke We can do siness and quicker win n we come hack Cries of Agreed Question was taken but no quorum voted SS against 18 A I'm devilish h angry and want my dinner Mr of Ark moved a call for tbe voles Not agreed to NAVAL The went Into on tho Senate's amendment lo ths Navy Appropriation Mr McMuLLEn moved the Commit tea take a recess till half past six The Chairman decided tho motion oat of order Mr appealed from the decision On taking the question tu the Chair only KB members voted Then there was a call of the roll to note absentees One hundred and twa answered to names Some leaving the hall bat In hand as they responded The and there was a call of the A now to their names The doors wera closed and a few excuses offered for when all farther proceedings in the call were with and the duors again opened Tbe House again went Into Committee on the Senate amendments of the discussing somo of them wider tbe five minutes rule A long debate took place on ibe Senate's enabling tbe Secretary of the Treasury lo carry Into execution the contract for Basin and Hallway at San Francisco Tne Involved tbe Integrity of tbe contractors ef making farther appropriations to make mere serviceable Mr STB vans of Pa said thia waa not the lima to of tut kind the ol millions uf dollars lie believed agents were now vering round here who were 10 get thousands sf should ibe amendment pass An honorable gentleman from New-York not here now had Informed him lhal he was ten dollars If ho would with draw bis opposition lo the Dock measure The debate having terminated by limitation Ihc amendment rejected Ajea TJie proceeding were frequently interrupted by of illegalities from iho Senate The Committee Mr HOUSTON made a re- pot i from ihc Committee of Conference In the Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation Tho report of ise having read hu moved previous question Mr rose te appeal that this be not dono and was loudly called lo or ler Demand for previous question seconded Mr It be In order lo more to have the amendments printed of No The Yeas and Nays were ordered bear the character of the amendments 1 o have them read or explained Wo have to go blind and I am not lo do il of You're ng Order Order The CLERK commenced calling the roll When Mr name was reached he rose and asked In an whether member M were compelled to vote on propositions they knew about lie wu called lu Tbe SPEAKER requited gentlemen to keep tho clear and preserve order Tho House rejected the Conference report Yeas 68 Nays 100 Mr MKADE moved lo reconsider votee The ob principally wm only a small rease Mr lo lay motion to reconsider on tho table Mr JONES said It would not tike more than five for the Senate to nuke tho le House Mr said he did not to fail On be n would ass H- not a hut lie warned It ful Kd I r get He wanted u rf the abominations put In Iha Senile It is not ton lite to ol Mr iho hjp not this hut oilier Important bills to acl upon He me rule had under a relation to Ihc nl Iho 01 the of the Heads uf per annum now are lees u were five ago Mr roue fo a nf Ihc is the merits of ibe hill The the was in order Mr We have no to and have our Army in order an of let go to the HKC A did the rome into are Mr MEADL said iLo ol was noi Thu uf and drO n to H No man more of a Mr of rose and that himself lo thr under debate and avoid Mr he had merely used a ol U ilie lull he an extra mould have lo be called would coal thousands moit than the little of in thia lull Mr STAHLY was not to mako a but the any in his power The report Ian HIM Could be inide un tier thn and live not on He look the full of referred lo h} gentleman from wLo aanie as and cl tu ilie luim Mr Mr thought It would be better tu defeat than to In It tie in Hu form II would Ihr of the 10 reprehensible mode ol iLe ill in tuch wbich have been ruled by House as out of r and the in Ilie to If the 110 the m mih Mr STEVENS Penn much laughter have ailuck lor Mr lo lay motion on the table Lrl lilt In Paul die lime Mr of Ark that wao all hud Lim lo LIB motion j will IL True of TBO vote won taken and the to reconsider laid nn the lable JO hi M icli tjon Mr moved he Home go into of Ibe Whole un ihi alale of the V Mr I d that the wanl an extra Mr HALL moved Inat the a of Conference ou ibe Civil and under the operation previous question it In imw li rk number of spectators Banning 10 increase rather than ev te Hie lit nil over Hall without abatement j Tnd again into Committee on t tie to b II When the tlie for and was concurred HI 75 Al Lull panl U ilie were ont and ladies were in Mr nf a moted the hill br on lain but on n as i The I v reading the nient rn ilm n Mr POLK Ihr be wih which wan to Thi Si hi K Lit I'd nl a vn ie of mo thirds House had with reading Mr ot Oa Bulled fur a of the lor tLo and on itu fir el The decided he amendment was not Mr of Ca al 12 moved that ihc I inly two wire in of it Tlie amend WBH 107 in ilie Senate he i limn Mill Dill Mr SKIN of ays and Means fn in the ol plain the from d reading Toe solas wrrr now occ d i mid only a few bar lo be m tin ol the Appropriation lull A i in il the a ul null nn am in and r informing ibe that ilir had assented lo a e on lur n 1 and lull Thin was reel evident s fai Hon NOTE in Ci in city Thin ii not ao mate Half put 10 and hav made earnest Qf bm benefit of Lunatics WALK i on the Homestead btu nd co terly of the pretended friends the He is particularly severe on CAM who loola lo 3 A M i sh ill not bi lure From The Arrival of His 111 Dispatch to the forli Tinti Thursday March 3 Tho New York Assay Office Is a fired fact un- less iho General Appropriation fails of which there is at this hour much danger The House is ruthlessly rejecting tho Senate amendments and the insists that it will not its right to mako important and sary amendments because it is so late in tho the House having kept the bills back for so long a period There ia also great reason to fear the leas of the Naval Appropriation for the tame reason The Senate bas refused an extra tion to the Bremen and Havre Steamship Line and has authorised contract to he revoked if the Company wishes it The general feeling is averse te steam lines Tho Engine appropriations are all re- There aro no hopes for them this session Doth Houses will probably ait all mght General and lady have arrived from Baltimore Ho looks very ill Tho care and ations of his position already boar heavily upon him The Inauguration ceremonies will be opened with Prayer by Rev Dr at tho request of General This solemnity it ia laid haa been neglected since the inauguration of the first ADAMS Col BINTON unsparing in hia denunciation of of hia of and rejection of Diz POSTSCRIPT FRIDAY 5 O'CLOCK A M PUBLIC ACTS AND Poised at the Session ef WASHINGTON March 9 The following is a list of the acts and passed during the present of frets PUBLIC ACTS An Act making further uon of roads In the of Minnesota Approved Jan 7 An Acl for the contraction of military tn Territory Approved Jan 7 An Act lo amend an act entitled An Mt to establish Government of Oregon approved AM 14 Approved Jsn 7 An Aci certain in the lata war with Great Britain to surrender ibe drawn by ibera and to locate others In lieu ed Jan 7 An Act granting lo Ibe Harbor and Railroad Company the of way reservations at Jaa 7 An Act the Secretary of t be Treasury a new to the and to thai of Lionet Jan 7 An Act to to the Siata of the of the Cumberland Road In said State Approved Jan 10 An Act making for the payment of In- valid ind other of the Hulled Hales for lie tar ending June 30 IBM Approved Jan SO An Aci making for tbe of lor the ear tending June 30 IBM Jan 10 An Act lo amend an act oJ An act for tbe of the office of trie eml to soon as therein computed or land under certain cu antes and fur other purposes Approved Jan U An act 10 prohibit public executions la the District of Columbia Approved Jau U An act tn thr provisions nf an act approved 3d March 1847 and the act approved jfith February 1819 fur Ibe into ul the with of Alabama anil In relation to the i per crm Fund and School Reservation Jan An tel la erect al capital of the nation an Irinn nf Approved Jan An Act concurring bail m cull ames In the District of 3d An Aci to te certain widows and phans Approved b 3d An A anting and public Sinn s of Arkansas aod Minouri lo aid In unn of B Railroad from ap int in Mississippi moo th of lie Hirer via Roek to iho near Fulion with Port Smith and the Kutr Fob An Act lo increase ma of ibe of the Couri of l he of Columbia to lhat of an Judge of Circuit Court proved Feb 11 An Act authorising be Secretary of the Treasury lo a in the British berk under Iho of tbe Mirror Approved 14 An Act 10 the name ol ibe steamboat jly Approved M Act lu provide for l tin payment of Price and fur vice in Florida Approved 14 An Act to thi of the Treasury to a to American roji Approved Feb M An Act to amend an an act le create t e i flu e of General of trie Public Lv ds of ion and to provide lur ihc and ui make no HM to the of ho Approved H An act the of way to the Si and fun Mountain and fur o her Approved Foe M An Act relative tha hull dollar dollar dime and ne Approved 2l An Ael to and com to be allowed and of the t nf States and for other FI b Sfi An Axt the of U of Iowa AB let u prevent upon Uw the V fe Feb U 1 An Ac t for the ol Croag of the U E Approved Jan 7 An Aci ranting a pennon lo Mrs V Lomu Approved Jan 13 Act ler the relief ol Wm Jan 17 AL Act fur tbe of Sidney S Jsn 17 An Aci for relief of John T Sullivan 17 A n Ail for Ihr relief of the on legal r oT Arnow Approved An Act for of Mra E A McNeil widow John Approved Jaa An Act for of Jan ID AD Aci for ihc relief of the heiri of Wm MeFarland Approved An Act for me relief of John J Sykes Approved An AM for i of Philo Smiih Approved Jan IS ATI tor the relief of 1 Dudley Approved Jin Acl for relief uf S Charlea Wood Hall Approved Jan U Act d r the of and orphan children of rnl Wm Mchee late of Lexington Ky 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Approved Feb 3 An Act for the Joan F Tallin of henner Approved Fan 3 An Act for the of M of Approved Fth 9 An Act for tho relief of C K Swane in to ibr location of certain scrip An ACI for the of Barbara Approved An Aci for the relief of the widow of the lale John A Fe 11 An Act for relief of M Elliott of Iowa Approved H An Act for ih relief John Miller 14 An Act for relief of John Williams Approved Feb H An Act for relief of Capl P Smith Fed Mill An An for iha Sewards Feh Hth An ACI for the relief of Jas Approved An Act for the relief of Mary W Thompson Approved 261 b An Act for the relief of Isaiah P late a in Company F Second Regiment Kentucky H for the A Resolution of the Senate explanatory of the for the Improvement of the month of month of H I A for the relief of T P ner Approved Feb I Joint printing Ibe petition of William and Matthew Moses Approved Feb 5 Joint the of John P of Ohio Approved The merchants of Hem offer a silver coffee orn to ibs plantar who snail UM best land 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