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New York Daily-Times (Newspaper) - October 31, 1853, New York, New York each or ad Walter than any Daily P in New-York Brooklyn far AND HALF Cum ft Two Cum a ax Twe in a year i Half One Dol Dollar and Half HOT m DAILY Tuuu MM te any pan af the I paid te advance at the where or 11 M 9 he B he at 1 and the ether at 3 he ay null or sold at tha MM rates FOB ram M it the low of H par annum Two for for Will to QM paper in BO case beyond payment P on year is FOR CALIFORNIA or or np for m iek and containing only te in of 1 of very Mail steam r nude in CO SPECIAL NOTICES to the and Orchard with all at very low grau paid to New-York I anal ether planting tn any pan of best for transplanting u after Oct B M WATSON Old Colony Maaa co New-York for a large assortment of i turn for the orchard and garden nun i and far the lawn and cemetery aad and ex- culture be girm iUn Hall on and of November S under direction of tne H E Church in thu Cuy aad in Hall If o'clock P M M o'clock P will will be by M of N G M C Boaun of by the Nn TW of the will commence at 71 Doori at o'clock TW gentle m a will act an ReT RBT Rer SLOTT MT BAKE a Pom the M E Bound of of the Parent and will by ROT Go THOMPSON Re- and R S fur the con of appropriate munc tW n to diffuse to awaken a more enlarged in of CMM and IB order to ample lime to the it been to no bat in lien thereof to a of each ticket In to aud evening meetings and Ike to Hi of Parent KiM Ban af M may obtained of the of the M B m tkw aad at No 200 at tW Branch No 57 John it and at the Regular SECOND SOUTH ASSOCIATION will at rooms 187 Bowery on TUESDAY Nov o'clock To tha mechanic and this The which selected la on the aad Myrtle and and ealy three mi lea from the Brooklyn and The cost to earh member for a com- To will weekly which together with the of four counsel additional The First Association have nearly MO Ma and persona whi intend and Summer and important are n nv a portion of hn All wh i He to budding at and at aad sra invited to mend and JOHN Secretary the ASSO- in the town are for beauty and are of there daily TVe list is fast alp pai tag in weekly of 75 to lots one quarter acre and te Hke for larger plots Ample time new held every MONDAY at nail comer of and O ft For farther lo f JL POTTER No S W H No MO ROBERT BRADY M C B Batch No 97 The an hereby to attend the en FRIDAY EVENING Nov 4 far tha Grading Draining and above evening for is he forward on npmjwval attendance mem her his Pass- Mak with him as no will admitted by produces his book J A Secretary Cause and of its premature decline restoration aa by by O S at Blacker in corner of Morton MONDAY B Oct H to men Seats U cei te I lean what u of the utmost importance their men will receive aaM be told 1 and all and profited any for OF ALL M Prof B Jr B P and Wissia been of Jane and all relating be 10 them al the IU M Palace L C STUART Acting Secretary The Light Ship off Beef R I will be taken from her on November for repairs and miy be absent for ten wiD by a which will at her masthead aad a small for h Board A LUDLOW CASE of Lights Ac Hid District nf the Coarse on the will be delivered in the on MONDAY 31 M U cents Can be The third and on THURSDAY Nor S Revolution Firs Depart me Hone Hook and Ladder and Teak an EVENING Hit October at Hall THIS Monday EVENI l CARSON Chief Engineer Q ASM of N Y Practical B and P are requested to of oar deceased brother ALEX AN- from No 75 o'clock P DAY Oct II JOHN COWTON Secretary recreated Dr B nf I O of O F are re- in attendance on WEDNESDAY ea of to every JOHN BRISSELL N U regular of aas No Oat II Brcry BARK tans year for the beet to erar Ort M V twe east ef Pollock Reef from New-York for Beston very heavy at the time te at B with a very heavy erou to be very in the water She 70 miles it ae his that that night w it blew a The put into harbor Ott VOL 661 NEW-YORK MONDAY OCTOBER 31 that 1 i LATEST INTELLIGENCE Special it Only Tima Saturday Oct 18 M has been to-day at White Hoone of inint of Coalition Democratic in ton and in The deat retorted to the telegraphic their prompt decapitation s dee WASHINGTON Saturday Oct 39 The members of the Cabinet with the exception of Secret iry arc dining thu with will contain an article on Cuba and the apprentice a Referring to a tion m on inat and the m on the it Am theae mere or are farta T We incline to the opinion nay wa believe that they are facti In addition to the and well authenticated evidence on which the Union our baaed their letters and Havana of credit an late aa the Slit been confirmatory of the to which we allude i private aMert too that no cruisen have been on the of Coba for two and that are constantly coming in wuli of and meet with or hindrance lu view uf thete faoU the prompt to arrot without for an official declaration from On at Britain on the subject The TIMOR of thia has a long on the alleged to Cuba It Judge letter of 1848 to convict him of Thel a powerful article in defence of IOM thr policy of I he Administration on the National North and South to it The Richmond out against the of that the ration hare sidea where lathe least political purity and and with men who will belray them and the the Month BALTIMORE 30 The Southern mail of thia evening brought of Monday last tmt they contain no newa A telegraphic despatch from Nashville an- election of JOHN L as U S Senator Mr 31 votes The Washington Union of this morning an editorial in which writer urges the preservation of the Baltimore sayi that who attempts to whatever hn antecedents the condign of an traitor The same says uhat the State Department han received no ion in relation to the of Mr the Piedmontese but tna it has every reason to believe that F FoREsTI will onr Consul at Genoa or them will be The T S Treasure made np to the Stih mil the let amount la the II S suli to draft is Ton Oct V The bark arrived at Holmes Hole on the from had onboard II ADI ET and i he crew of the schooner of Boston from bound to New-York vessel waa totally on October in the Gulf and abandoned on the The day the Of lama spoke bng from Trinidad for New-York under masts hannif totally She making the it of her way to Norfolk A dispatch from Quebec says that the been gol off and la going into the harbor m tow of two steamers Oct 34 The bark R H from for New York waa towed into Breakwater by tae plot at Conner with of masts bng Philadelphia for ton N C ashore ol trial to-day JOHN clerk of KISHANI that ho perjured froan the Bon TO K Saturday Oct 99 By the we have John N B papers Init They contain following from Halifax Information from Gut Canao reached city stating that a fleet hundred sail of Halted fishery at Fox Island in rait of school of mackerel and were commit lug lagrant property and of the belonging to that place and neighbor hood IB of this report Sir Siv HOVI immediately ordered Lient to ready for a cruise IB that direction for the tion of British interests and she accordingly sailed Etc Saturday Oct 30 In the on I is lamination before the u to shipped twelve hundred boxes of dies on He that knew of no ench shipment but waa induced by to perjure There are six of water m the channel of the between and Louisville and till ruing The r is c ear and cool Ashore PROVIDENCE Sunday Ort 30 The by Capt of on the ashore on the p nut of Island and reported as being a ship to haie bark Auttin MASON which cleared at York on the for Boston with a cargo of barrels of floor a quantity of butter She look a on the Mth Point and went into Gardner a Bay where ahe let go both anchors anil soon after par ed and dragged ashore Ass alum e has been Dent to her from and she will got og damage It is ahe has a pilot 011 board The In the of the Brig BALTIMORE Saturday Oct 39 The Orleans mail of Sunday last m received Charleston nays frost of Tuesday last throughout Cotton-growing and killed the plants everywhere The crop will be materially cut off The thip at Charleston reports the wreck of bng of Portland on Shoals The vessel waa abandoned with the boat astern crew are to be lost The President Life Levt etc BOSTON Saturday 29 from the ship tbat she 11 filling with and gradually tumbling to Her cargo of dealt may saved The second mate WM drowned but the of her crew wen saved ship W from York for from her anchorage on the and ran into St John HUDSON Sunday Oct 30 man named about five was but Bight in the act of letting store of 4 DIWEY slots he had been a clerk This is the leventh ston has been set on fire wi bin the lust the Saturday Oct M of our tke National Theatre It was n wa with DBB the Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor wa elected by two and A of Montpelier chosen State Wreek f the Bt Oct M The steamer oa the rocks above Waldea lies ends with her main deck under water and at lot likely to be got off this Fall at Saturday Got M The long examination of the men charged with the murder of at the lie has been concluded JAMIS Jonis was aad and F wea boand New for Saturday The Supreme Court refused to grant B new trial to for murder Another day will bly be appointed by the Governor for Death Her Mr LOUISVILLE Saturday Oct M RCT died at MOL Isst Tuesday He wai known Chaplain lo Congress The Canada at Halifax Oct M The R M steimer Canada Capt heije Boston last evening aad sailed again at 1 1 o'clock P M for Liverpool The Legare Dmel j VCHAKLBBTOH Saturday Oct 99 e Grand Jury yesterday ignored the JOHN DUNOVANT Jr for killing JAMBS D in a duel k ALBANY Saturday Oct 39 F baa been nominated by the Wing for Senator m the Albany t FROM HAVANA Condemnation of the three American Seamen MORE LANDINGS OF SLAVES Further of the Scheme for GENERAL INTELLIGENCE of the Daily Saturday I regret to state that there ia probability thai the fate of the three American leamin de- termined and in violation of law The Tribunal de- clares their testimony for defence be- when some an months lince at Cape San Antonio they the sion of their capture that they were from an English ship at Jamaica and they are con- on their admission that they had been de- on of the slaver m the harbor of New York under the of great fraud upon them with force sul to their calling and that against their will they had made a voyage in the vessel and left her on the first opportunity that curred which was after the landing of the negroes had been effected at Bailen which this Government has officially declared never has been made over the signature of General up an faith in the negative reports of four sent to that point in succession for investigation of the tion of the British Consul General at Havana that h delivery been made They are to another hut they have had allowed thorn no id- vising or lawer there has bee n no exhibition ever of proof against they will Iw to four larger portion of than has ever been doled oat to Spanish subjects fer yean aad hiving no other vocation for Eh In always in ICH nony There u bnl left for three MilOTa and forlorn Ju In thu cue in to be degraded to make a step in public ment to the General by giving asm aa opportunity to pardoning power before he retires from office to tell in ear own hope not worth calculating of slater reported u having discharged her cargo on the nde near of AM wai brig about 11th of ber She been refitted and gone to lea for another voyage to under better with SIB for each tnp continuance of a regular not liable to scru lay of wdl in aggregate more it ead of a year or term of yean In the month of October from the lo the the ISO at de Cochinos and not remote from near where celebrated her In thu cite reasel was burned soon as the were ont of her but the hull 1 am informed remains By an unknown hng I Spam ah landed at the En- de Carmelo and upon estate of Don J early in thu month WO for which usual was paid to local municipal nothing to the pockets of our Secretary who his hand of all this By bng tt La October 15 landed and apportioned without MO negroes for which a offered not declined in that hungry locality total in in weeks with it Baracoa advised of to be bleat under Spanish General been by Mr of a momentarily at Honda with from to 800 negroes for which every preparation baeu made by the proprietors for their landing and disposal out of observation in the country Although in the with Mr which procured aud the ion offered by General There tome difference between going nl comfortably M a retirement with the of oar performed duly will bi to offset had the pleasure of seeing his mingling wilh the bone and on the Plau de Armas the evening of the arrival of that his Coban nee wai nearly never to more There are h wever of thu doing that will be to th community and that preceding him more gifted w re notable to With th of th three seaman of States he acted with favor and in of brought to attention by ov he ha given aid and to If H f th Island will to contemplated nae communication with the United ned before the recommendation and it will have a favorable and of I1011 the youth un- dent action ef the law of land when upon shade Oui mind to augar the f Hurt to aad moral they nay not become too familiar practically with the of other evidence of aad may some effect and if it hid been u twenty yean ago then ia no but thaf the different active de- Low public opinion wonld given a from that which U now wean continue u last brown and yellow sugars its command 50 9 quintal they are in L- 75 quintal coastwise hnd moUssei London 4 to for o 1 to H in good Older lb at the and and Ult Havana l W plice ln tht drank and to A of when he immediately And and killed doing the deed and moving i the cond ha dealt BO misery to many worthy The an unknown ine Oct It IB certai in The year 1800 ii the fixed limitation for ry in which been approved here by PRICE TWO CENTS the chased to based for protection of integrity of Cuba nnt bets will he le depreciate the oi property for although thirty yean of Slavery an to expire before that class will begin their I in ry yet whan the new introduction will cost but from 7 to 9 par in that proportion mist it effect th property of present proprietors This is of i at little con- it ti the long oar borders of a new that wil all of without the nanx until the vast pre- ponderance ol the race under aggravat oni of their freedom will throw off shackles at thu expense of little white blood I tut may interrupt or be an ob- stacle to their purpose The effect upon the industry of oar whole be considered while the South not be What philan may counsel must be with reasonable foundation and there is nothing that parity ran nit upon in this matter save honor and good faith of the Spaniard who will deal with his he ever done with and will be no actual freedom negro until goaded beyond endurance th are brolen by a general massacre of their If thi principle was pon bl of establishment upon an basis the morel philanthropic aad Christian would very different aad South could conform the character of Us institutions to meet the necessity but not ii it will and it doe emt an this be ob- No will rone here they have 10 hunted and caught murder robbery and every variety of fraud aa now mingling with the must atill continue and the will know no difference in condition while a much larger quantity of hunan life will be annually to fill the cupidity of the inh heart But I have given the facts and I know of no batter intelligence r their than that to which 1 com- mit them However it is not very flattering to pride to find the great statesmen of our country floored by British policy which been making approaches for thirteen yean the fruit 11 npe lalla into their very trenches while not sentinel u the out- works hai proclaimed to the land the ing Thai England will reserve to herself the right to take such course as may best consist with her interests is the sentiment I believe of the late reply of that through her Minister at Washington to the Secretary of State closing the It would hav been troth if the gentleman had stated that England bad long since determined coune and that Spain to be forced lo fall mlo her more of that ing of the wolf in sheep's cares nf death The blow n alio intended for an well Hidalgo hut they have Dot calculated the coil sps no more than they hare force of the life rent of our social organization The main purport of th m our Journal an long sinte inti mated by your correspondent are now fully explained hut the public sentiment hai not yet been moulded to meet th policy with approval although it will forced down the of the people with Brand and French if 11 IB the will of the Tuned Siales to permit it By the Ceorge lavs nave ten from indicate the of tion and a very unsettled and state of lic sentiment for those who are chained to foot of th Throne that is about taking from them the last hope of prosperity in bowing to policy in craven sub- The sentiment for a gradual emancipation of the elevate the condition of the Slave is deeply imbued IB of Cuban proprietors and would long since been in action but for the tioL of Spam Now they are to have thrust upon them an evil that they cannot mitigate nor avoid it m- of direct loan to the The ment of General to relieve present bent General i not considered of my political advantage to Cuba The balls either of steel having been in a more country would not fight on that the of Journal died great wa dm thereof to fair maiden whu were there ni I lo weep it Only three killed and three bolle poor sport indeed 1 reter to Hie for commercial and other remain most CATHOLIC CONSECRATIONS Consecration of of the Roman Catholic Church Ceremonies in St Patrick's Cathedral SERMON BY ARCHBISHOP HUOHES The consecration of three Catholic Bishops took place in St Patrick's Cathedral yesterday The crrt monies were of a most and continued from 11 A M to 4 o'clock m the M the doors were opened and in a ahert time very available seat was occupied Until procession had the main arile kept clear but soon afterwards mmm and side ware crowded n an to b apart fce aha of te in the erection of their Normal Schoel al tanville Tke Rt Bev JOHN LIK III hop of Rt Rev JAMI Bishop of Newark and OB Bishep to Burlington Vt Papal Nuncio contented te perform ceremony of tha Cathedral there was a large crowd to the which al 11 o'clock at house m and marched te main entrance and through tre utle of Cathedral in order of Then were robed in vestments of the finest satin richly wrought in blue and gold ax attired in full with mitre aad cop and Over M wa borne a canopy of acarlet velvet Havins narked the front uf the altar each made and took Mats inside inn round the altar The op were of Cleveland aad of Albany wera Bishep TIMOK of of Boston and of Having gone before the altar waa conducted to thione on the right and then vested clerk accompanied by the Bisk ops went to ih side chapel to vest Ihen took his Mat before the middle of the illar ind Bishops wearing the and clothed in a wrought cope presented Gle t who eai h wore a senior said Reverend Father eur holy mother the Chun h requires of yon to raise thin here present to office of a Bishop you the Apostoli Mon Presenting Let it be read Rev Mr Notary tu the and read the Apostolic in At laid Dto Th Bishop then Inelt and read the following oath I Elect of the Church of N ah all from this hour be obedient to blessed the to holy Roman Church and to the I Pope N and lo chosen I them to sad against any man Roman without to my nuk I lake rare to preserve defend and promote the rights honors privileges and authority of Huly Roman Church of the Pope and of hii success re as aforesaid With my whole strength I shall and to be observed bv the of the holy Fathen the decrees or aad of the Apostolic See When called to a synod I hill nnleii I be prevented by a canonical ment I shall perform all the thiaci by a c tam messenger authorized for thi purpose a of the or by some other or regular Priest ef virtue and piety well instructed on ifi the at their Bilhopa elect went to the small chapel laid the and the pat on pastoral crook on the itol u OB veiled with tunic aad and put on and returning The Litanies and were varying from the to admit particular of the lect being pan of the time prostrate at the left of the the aided by the opened the Book of and laid u oa neck shoulders of Bishops elect severally each of the touching the head of the Bishop elect saying Receive thon Holy Ghost After prayer the heads of the elect were bound with and they thea approached severally he kneeling before altar began the Bem Creator which wm continued by the choir Mail ami was engaged and aang some lolo passages with beautiful effect When the first verso performed took Mat in front of the altar put oa tin mitre and taking off hn ring and again pu on the nnp and dipping the thumb of his right hind he therewith the head of elect who knell him fint making of cross upon the crown and then anointing it entirely thy head be anointed and with heavenly blessing in the order The Ulst sung y the choir the handi of elect then blessed and him crook or the pastoral office then blessed the Episcopal and placed on the annular Osier of each elect saying Take nng as a token of fidelity ao thai being gifted with inviolate Faith thou guard spouse of Church The then took the Book of the Gospels from the of the Consecrated and together with the it closed to the Con- who touched it the at line Receive the go preach to the people commuted to thy care for Cod is powerful that he nay increase his grace m thy behalf Who lives and reigni I The the tinned Man at altar the it Ue The Te Deum Vy mitre being hud u a Altar it had walked down the i blessing to the ss they receive it After the AnUphon and Biei tie Kant from brethren and 4 P if the of the was BnV Ce forever t men The Consecrator and the rei Consecrated to Bishops now the km of on the right cheek Th Consecrated returned with the to his Impel when he continued to th Off The in like continued Masa THZ Uil Grice HUGHES came rim the and having saluted the Altar th Pope Nuncio th Bishop and Clergy the pulpit I am about he to read from the last vene of the 3d of Firat of Peter For ye as going but are now converted to the aLd Buhop of With these words thi laded the 2d chapter of the Fint preceding portion of which had reference to the redemption the ministry and of Son of Cod and in concluding he speaks of the Redeemer is the tnr and Bit hop of the souls of thow who believed on him Nor are these words Pastor and to understood as marv other of the ruing figurative it ia t be understood IB its umple literal The other in other parti of their writings the same greit idea of the of the Son of Kod but ao where IB it so forcibly and You are aware that the word pastor use 1 to the flock and imre the of the t hurch ii the of confined lo few wli i him mi the Lake uf Galilee or who have Ducked to him And He the Hut is lie waa also Peter wrote the and in him the is infinite It is his of right to the attril utti of Deny whith he did not lose m hia human communicated thi Episcopal p wer lubis and give them power to cite it to then did with the power canst he portion How do I say a portion I It i IB partake of n u ia It may lo the end of the earth but U i nnt nude its On a ike it M not improper that we shook look to the of pacy IB wbo is the familiar with knowa that Divine from wbo on him a more to him thu IBM Di- VIBO and ApostU he There is etm Ind that The Arctic the inter Baron de BBUCK taw and Hon OBO P MABSH thai at of M MOM nuts j ia Ml lu of alt r of you in of of jAly relative to T snr formed you M le that 1 y of Government before tbi pr lu the to n dm t negotiations our two with te tenia whi h follower tbe el the l snn al Smyrna and whu h u yon an have not been aa yet to a Mem I in penal found the individual with the haa to to sn K OB of and nil conveyance to aaai to of the to it in the offer which yon ce BBS KOSZTA will take Baa pa of our board a war of etv hi 4 of that OB board of the which frequently touch at season at aaai al the moment when u a I 1 minni al sny port iSj ef B casualty or say other accident at BBS must be with n hall him changing Male it arrived in lAr imU M kt nrr W til Ottoman territory As I hat j ur I Iron M le that yon will the sailers at Sim ma and inform of the fart in semt I Hive to the of in the Receive Ac or HOH exo r MABSH Sept IS Sis I hav honor to the ef af yesterday which te m the of the I tive to of hf and bis retain to Ibe and of it that IK B m be faithfully by the authorities of 1 IB error in that the from Smyrna on Friday As day her ii the lith ihn and aa I be re is not so morning the fee the respective I send a ler to by h anal I hope tbat it will be convenient for yov f to pare m the meantime he iary for the In concluding 1 am happy to able to the will find ia with which Jin Imperial Majes y the of Ama tna has bcra pleased to lo BBB- posed and penal me in add IB ih panned by your dunng this very gratifying proof of tb and the moderation of tbe and I hope that at l existing between the two wMl ranged in u with and dignity both I pny your receive the an it lo take ita late all IB aim had Bishop ninat unt Bet by By who her sham anal I He selected twelve and made them In tU nnt place they were with the i we find inspired writer commences wuh Peter and when was to be communicated it was done through Peter But be then selected Peter and gave him charge and purely personal which he had nol before lor tire to any of olh n waa he tinning in Church Ii not then completed but the 1 Para lele Holy was and trom that until day of pentecost the Apostle wera somewhat la the of before coue i Ch Mt them j they were fully and could then confer on that power which God hid given them in 10 a miBBer of this power is soon neen Among be Twelve had cowan one Judas who had and after hid entered Heaven the one lo fill the of Oa this sion we that Peter of course took the lead who were ont did not settle is any provinces which they had but pointed to take charge of and on t eir mission which waa to all the enda of tbe Paul the Church who wai converted and aent forth an went from city to city but moment a wai con- verted tu Christ he did nol lay take charge of it but appointed Titus and others Those who were aent forth corrupt world hkd BO limit labon They were lo the lo all and tu all and it would nol correspond with their mission if they laid to be bishop m those ci les winch they had No They went forth and goes before settlement Hence THUS was pointed to one place and Timothy another Hente Peter went on from to country uJ Paul on Hiring founded a churcn at Al Peter wmt nn to Rom and founded th r a And it 11 ao c of his peculiar that while t founded in other country have been sunken or fallen Die at Ronie has It was a n lint the which this day reflected in the tive ebun he Time lad made u other th but tbe stream of atholi Episcopacy was traced np from the tu grand reservoir of in The sped le f thi wi lennon Some ol present when there waa no in New-York and when ihen no great for one But of Si Peter it Rome saw in his wisdom though the people were feT not to be neglected In 1616 the Bishop arrived There Here then in York and about or 16.000 chiefly foreigners scat red around Tha fint Bishop died tbe wan rem nd ihen a third the H who would aoon be removed What then a poor Bishopric wai BOW a metropolitan See from which four had been established In Boaton a similar had occurred Where ihen had been The froan ear OB K Saturday Oct W I have read caH of m the of of some in on nf my tan from to the A B BOTH KB of and thai TJs Stales 1 do not it to Ko into any the of the at this time The eaM whether ar Persons la aad tugar refiner mrt the Hoard of Appraisers decided I have that demon The whose sard yon Friday aay the I gave ywi of CU of aa thai u a aa u u 1 letter otiba Tkat Beal refer lo a it Thai la simply an invoice of and the figuni the particular an duly of acted That rf no te the immediately concerned TB upon In Milled an set funk m ISM report aai the troubU te know that to be so If Messrs P S are so formed I respectfully te eall tion to the official publication tf award m last and ta I if tu point wherein I have added a Or if they will or copy of award I net wiU u if to au 9 Friday Oct 18 T At York Timt of this village wae to by the Whig Finl fcr P Hi DOSS you know declined a man uf fint B of aa much influence as any maa in his ud a then were bar ly a m the County and never lias been when to be Temperance man was lo be unless you wen a of n ii top al on way home wilU tn tell what good thing it was to let liquor than ten mile after 9 lurk al woods and long filled with pin and mm that comm M me not team counter after dark anyhow I am aot aura that ha anil vote the Miune that sublet will he likely to do he u lor W ruu If be receive the Temperance vote era wi h them Bni I The candidate ferine imlar I yel rather than Soft and Cap rmo aa stout man and I a broth r of Mr S to represented at Albany th y most run new snd whipped far the not sell nor give nwa nor m any way alienat the above subjects I shall mew table without the the Romin Pontiff And should 1 proceed to any a of them I am willing to by very penalties in thm The held Constitution buth the opru lap ind received tbe from the elect of fuel i his who kneeling also placed both handi upon the and Ss may God help ine and holy of God The Bishop elect and the Hi shoos now look their seats and while the read aloud the accompanied in a low voice The concluding answered by the elect ez lota volo in et Among questions in the are the lowing Comic than teach both by and the people for art tn be which thon from hely 7 with receive keep the of the orthodox and the tal holy and Sac T possibility Like the of a tree they must take from the root or mother it wai with aid the who had come together but met with the kits of peace ander ibe acknowledged head ef the Chirch ami in the ulon of our common faith was ao amung them aa lo which party nf Church they There wen no ID Catholic cam from nation but of Church ind there was no iuch word known m Church of Haw was taw pint ot which them all like to fitted m beautiful arch of of which ih wu tbe aid luc of U ware that a abjection m matten to Pone and a of the portion V freemen for out of Catholic Church of the St Paler was tbe contrary no one whether participated in Catholic was anv on tn at this port i m KJ BCC OI a always I and look 1 I fallen under th ptWer of the Minuter of I Clown and m a tne Church was with he State where wai liberty The clergyman I m giving np the Pope placed himself inder he au thorny of a majority uf and in to the judgment which the of the dictate II theu made Dki of the snd of who hail had bees M them and the I Vicar wU aaM In endr V By the of Merkn from we learn up St Thomas The of the and close The BUsmer at St Thomas left Bay Oct 0 for Tbe from for with about M out about 30 kmd not arrived at H M been ID of the uf the her lie ing 10 search of her AsV vices however have received tha iht put mto greal the having died to her at place anal 30 of lier aud a large portion srf was bo after and her lo BT A of at the by Uk
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