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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1860, New York, New York TOL 9061 TUESDAY APRIL 24 CONVENTION QP THE DAT tte ta to his te the Monday April 43 met at U o'clock Much Id early mot heard from the platform peat the prayer all was quiet The miry by The early All were prepared for it by ef for nearly all the meetings and I at that of tru t house clique triumphed la this delegation Mr ma at look floor mt the cloM erf his right to Introduce a from the New-York Jen denied his right Tha Chair decided who replied that ao power on earth him to yield The appeal to lor WM sustained Louisiana ob- to speaking lie WM a contestant of laid Mr Chairman Tte Chair declined to hear him at The appeal as I wanted to know who wai Chairman I to to a calling Committees on I J mea objected Jan declined being put aad a rampus ensued The Chair I Mr Louisiana didnt like It I to the Home and the Home once the Chair at reigned The House was ed aw eider wae kept the weather was and stock is ahead to far ij men not pre- many petals vail la the Democratic P P M Committee on Permanent Organization had a astray this afternoon Messrs aad were the prominent for Mr obtained a majority la arguing his case before the Com- i oa Credentials The Convention will delegation The contested has dropped for to-night decided that majorities must rule ami delegations vote as This occasions much Virginia's vote east In favor ol the rattea contested delegations to vote on or has damaged Hrons The extremists break tae Convention In ease DOWLAS to reread fa Aa meeting of editors will he held to protest against course fte Pram stock to up Sand great pressure if sent from Washington and New-York in Ma raver HOWARD From the Associated Press April 23 Democratic National Convention assembled There la a fall attendance from every Slate in the Tke was called to order by Judge Chairman of the National Committee B of Arkansas Chaliman and returned thanks for tlie honor Prayer was offered by Rer Dr of WM T RITCHIE was appointed Temporary tary Mr of Virginia offered a letter from the Wood delegation of York The reading of It was objected to by Mr ef York as not In order excitement ensued Mr Tusan denied the right of the delegate from to speak on the subject sad sild to at wheB the letter read he bad a resolution to offer demanded the reading ot the tion Tae was putto the Convention whether the tetter should be read and decided in the ttre Mr moved that the rales of the last Con- vention be adopted claimed that he had the door and cites of The President decked that Mr was en- Mr would not be trampled upon He had his rights and would maintain them Mr Alabama protested against the de- of Ue Chair Confusion Increasing Mr of Alabama came forward mounted the Clerk's table aid demanded taat he should be heard appealing from the decision of the Tie question was pat oa the appeal and the Chair Cheering and Mr that w ho we r e a-l to had t right to participate In aU of examination except the of the Committee ea A dekato In by Mnx of Alabama and offered an amendment that two Com- one on and one on Credential be miaou and York to be the latter The was called and the adopted b 254 were Introduced requesting the aid not to Uble was la settled Ayee tH Nays called for the of tbe aod and were kf ike A requesting the to he banded to the Secretary Mr Fiusa of that letter be now read and referred to the Com- on Credentials Mr moved that It be received and re- fen ed to the Committee without a reading After much excitement it was adopted T he vote on the New-York and delegations from tbe Committee on Credentials was adopted tbe following negative land one Virginia fifteen Georgia ten Alabama nine six Mississippi seven Texas four California two Balance all a the affirmative Ayes 244 Nays M On the motion to request them not to participate in the organisation the vote was nearly the same ex- cept that Virginia voted In the affirmative and sas in the negative The credentials having been handed to the tee on motion tbe Convention adjourned at three un- til tea Monday April M Tte Committee on Credentials are now In session hearing arguments In the New-York case The following Is a copy of the Protest presented to the Convention by the Hard-Shell ST HALL April Tti tki of the fictional Tbe undersigned Chairman and Secretaries of tbe Delegation from the State of New-York the organization of the Democratic Party In said State have directed by tte present to tbe Convention over which you preside Unt by the action of Mr Chairman of tbe late National Committee they hwe been ex- cluded from the Hall In which the Convention has assembled and persons In no way en- titled have been allowed to their placet Therefore In behalf of the delegation from the State of New-York we protest the persons referred to who appear here as contestants to our rights are permitted to cupy our seats In advance of an Investigation by tbe Convention and whilst we claim no advantage over our opponents we shall not submit to any advantage wrongfully obtained over us Veiv respectfully Your nt servants FERNANDO WOOD Chairman T B 0 J j The city Is quiet to-night There is no public speaking at The votes of the tions to-day are regarded as indicating the nomination of All the Douglas delegates voted In favor of the Soft New-York delegation The Committee on Credentials will report largely In favor of the also in favor of the gates It Is believed tbe Softs will vote for DOWLAS Tbe thermometer Is 84 degrees In the shade Alabama will demand a slave code and an effort will be made to ballot for a candidate before fihe Committee on Platform reports The Indications are that the Convention will ad- journ by Thursday FROM WASHINGTON THE CALIFORNIA MAIL SERVICE Ire there Blick Cati in Committee Rooms Immense cheering Mr again rose and offered to the letter from Ue Wood delegation with a The decided ine reception of tne letter ef order Mr ef Ohio offered a to appoint a Committee on permanent organisation Mr of Mississippi offered an ment that tits only of bers from Mates from which there is no contest Mr of Illinois spoke In favor of and urged gentlemen to keep calm and pre- serve order Mr did not desire anything bat a fair Ohio offered a resolution excluding New York and from participating In tte being Mr of Missouri that tbe tion out ef no State be ex whose delegations betn admitted to tbe Special Dispatch to the New-York Times Monday April 23 THX DILI The Impression is that the vote on the Texas lent will not be reconsidered General disappointment Is felt here at receiving nothing from Charleston Judge DOUGLAS Is without anything of interest beyond the selection of his friend Mr as temporary Chairman Of Hon AmiD ELT has returned to bis post Messrs of New-York and of are on a temporary visit to their homes A quorum of the members of the House remains here and the time will be spent la delivering of speeches which If not delivered may spoil on hand ARMY HEWS Lieut G D Adjutant of tbe Second In- Is ordered to return to St Louis from Fort Capt A W ordered to relieve Capt as Quartermaster at San Antonio The latter has thirty days leave of absence with to apply to the Department for an to five months Major THOMAS Ik authorized to require troops from Fort Cobb for the campaign against the hostile waya and Q From Another Correspondent Monday April 23 THE DUEL It is reported to-night that the testimony of will appear to-morrow showing thai the friends of Mr sent policemen to arrest Ur falling in that to arrest Mr Poms so as to prevent the possibility of fighting Mr Is aid to be engaged in getting this testimony A FIGHT IN THE CAPITAL At the preliminary election in the Fourth Ward of city to-day of the delegates to tbe Mayoralty Convention Irish and roughs op- posed to Mr the present Mayor attempted to take of the polls A fight ensued and the rowdies were off POLITICAL The Republican ard Democratic Executive Com- rooms are crowded with Senators and awaiting news from Charleston There Is much excitement P From the Associated Freis April 23 It is the design of the Slate Department to place the tbe charge of a Naval Capt Duront will be signed to Ibis duty arrangements are mirie lor accommodation be under his A report prevails that Senator DAVIS has writ en a letter to be If to tbe Charleston Con- the use of bis name as a candidate for Tbe number of applications for passports at the State Department now averages two a week hence Is an unavoidable delay In them ti promptly aa the persons Immediately decile I1 li untrue as has been that Wiss bar been as a witness before tbe Ferry a course Is h the instructions to Mr as Mints ter tu China more than six years just been made public they are by men lii of tbe fact tut they are In accordance with the pursued by trie him toward Mexico As to be was entrusted witb large discretion and ad- vised to establish tne unrestricted inter course between tbat Empire aod the Unfed States It was moat desirable any commercial treaty he might be able to conclude should provide not only for reciprocal free trade ta al of the produce or manufacture of either nation In the revolutionary movement be anl me political power of tbe country pass other you recognize the dt treat It with tie government of tne the ea pire shall be divided and several within its present HmlU present yourself to each ss the American representative and enter into les with item Ac eral Intends BSI on a charge of perjury growing out of his mony the C ills most mate friends tav he admitted toe of the recently published but de- nied the of one of the character tte In tbe course of and which never even pretended to have In his pos b Is stated Mr acting by ad- of friends has made no reoly to Mr rut In a note to Mr friend ator and Saturday delivered by he denied the existence of reason PRICE TWO why Mr request to go out of the District to receive a hostile message even If he were not conscientiously opposed to that mode of adjusting differences Senator of Wisconsin left for New-York this afternoon aad will address the Republicans o Brooklyn by Invitation on Thursday evening PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS SENATE Monday April 33 The Chair presented a message from the dent transmitting the Instructions given to Mr Mo LASS when Minister to China On motion of Mr YOLKS of Florida Dem a resolution was adopted calling on the Post master General for copies of the contracts exe ruled with H and respectively for mail service be- tween New-York and San Francisco and leans and San Francisco by way of be Isthmus routes Panama and Nicaragua together with the correspondence relating thereto After other unimportant business the Senate ad- until Thursday HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES Monday April 33 Mr of Missouri was satisfied that there was not a working quorum present He moved that when the House adjourn It be until day next Mr SHSSMAH of Ohio believed that there was a quorum In the City snd suggested that the House go into Committee In order to give gentlemen an opportunity for discussion of the Tariff and other questions By this means business can be advanced as If there were a full House Mr of Maryland hoped that the regular order wonld be pursued of calling upon the States for resolutions Mr ef Pennsylvania said that If there no other reason why this should not be done there was this that if such resolutions were forced on their passage there could not be that fair consideration which they ought to have The question was then on Mr tion and decided In the negative by 24 against 113 Mr Win BLOW of North Carolina rose to a of privilege On Friday last he observed In the columns of tbe New-York the testimony of a person of tbe name of VAH purporting to have been given before the Committee known as the vode Committee in which certain letters purporting to have been written by the President of the United States to Mr Van Dru and from Mr VAST Drca to the President appeared Now It Is not true that this testimony which appeared In the New-York SeroU was given before that Committee These letters were never given In evidence before the Committee I think it due to House and country that this fact ought alto to be known that the publications pur porting to be evidence before tbe Committees of this from time to time are many of toe m spurious There Is nothing In the letters referred I a affecting anybody Mr HOUSTON of Alabama uld like to know from the Chairman of tne Committee or from any member of the Committee who Inform him bow it was tbat the given before celebrated Committee had found Its w ty Into the newspapers evet yd ay almost after the sitting of the Committee T He would Ilk 8 to be in formed under what rule under what practice or ciple the members of that Committee the evidence taken before it to on made evidence was complete f Was it tbe po before icy of this of Commit ee to asperse and defame the high officers In tbe Government T cries of It Committee bad been appointed for that solely let the fact be known ued oles of Order from trie Republican II tbe of that Committee Is to voice was drowned a storm of cries of Order from tbe Republican Mr would answer the gentleman He could not say how tbe testimony got out It tainly did get out in some shape or form He had no reaton to believe that any of his co leagues had Mr of Pennsylvania did it Mr might be three 01 four black cais In the la He looked upon investigations Into tbe private cor- respondence ot i be Chief of tt e country as a most e practice He It due to House to to this and to state tbat the letters purporting to In df nee before the Committee not a lai J tbat Committee n all not b r bis silence permit this correspondence go spur before Ue country tor not thing m a newspaper to t ly He was eat ly tbat were three classes of people be to avoid all iy was the preachers fur they bal the pulpit to him from while he had to reply from tbe was the editors of papi tbe columns of their journals to carry while be had note the nextc women I who would a ways have He had rs who had a a is was toe last word d with these That the women wat he bari Lever interfered with in an per way He did not want 10 suffer p to appear In the newspapers purporting to a report of t-Tidmce given bt Cote a Committee of that which bta not given without nation cUlly as the House was tne place v nere tion could be marie Mr of Rep want to ray In to tbe remarks of my on the Ci I him to intimate that ary uf the Committee had fur any of I would state to tbe Hu le that there was une occasion In which evidence eared in the of tne New-York Herald one d y In advance of its coming toe Committee Tbp was called ai a protect was his evid before it WHS to tbe Committee I i to that 1 willing he should get an I publish the evidence as soon alter it was given could We sent for Ibis fed him and he then witness called upon hi four timer aud gave him rtfmed to Of tbe gentleman from Alt to us as na t and before us three or he bimi As ti the It tte s tuev were handed In by M VAIT Mr AViBT of Tennessee rifle a In v of under thi Constitution and against what he characterized as I terms to thf resolution Houfe some ago by Mr of of he read Mr A VIET In course of referred In to the the pre- of WAS to the thai whereas holding properly In mm lo nature and justice of fite government and a noto lo the throughout the liberty Tiie resolution followed he said by colleague Mr roners of that party Mr of Ohio Rep from lie say las read waa be pi tne ess referred particularly to gentle man tend at all in tbe House In foie 1 ft el at liberty to interrupt The pif amble which the offered by my Mr BLAKE as reference to thi on lae Inlo the Slavery Another with to ol a to prohibit has tbf light to 1 Inn oaa re prone a world and a wad voted for and Not minutes before the resolution wan of- feied b colleague a gentleman fn 01 South Mr a resolution to for the of tbe ers Of the Northern States I looked upm the of ray colleague aa a very good lo the resolution of he gentleman Horn South Carolina But tu show 110 The of tbe gentleman from South Carolina was received bv ibe by a vote to Ibe Committee on Ways aid Me ins and now before that committee for ec I will tay tbat when of the Home I no not care who he is Introduces any proposition whatever tbat is respectful in lit and I will rote that or lion to any tbe House tbat he may slre It was on ibat principle tbat 1 did not t to resolution of the i from But the action of tb sixty bers who roled for that resolu ion wts not a declaration on their part that they would Interfere with Slavery in the slave States I tbf re is not a member en side of the who Is not now to mike the n broadly and openly that he Is opposed to any Interference whatever with thi relations of natter slave In the Slave States We do believe that bss the power to prohibit Slavery ta the Territories and whenever the o whenever the proper the comes up we are In favor power If necessary to prevent extension of Slavery inlo free We are rank aud ooen on tills subject But we never and do not to Interfere with Slavery In the Slave hope tbe gentleman will put these in his Mr Sir Mr that tbe constituents we Black Republicans are not so of with UN Ir Interests or i that we are only desirous of preserving our Mr of South Carolina you District of Velum ma Mr BBIBJIAH-I have stated to my m o Columbia That Is my individual position The Party never took a position on the subjoin Some are for tt some against It I bave declared to my over and over that I did not think it proper to the question on tbe abolition of I be- lle ve that this Is the very paradise of free negroes I believe thai practically though not legally be Is w any of United States There are but very few slaves here and tbe number is diminishing daily As an to Mr of Maine argued the especially In view of the fact that tbe great bulk of the public debt falls due In 1808 After combating the doctrine of Free-trade he said he would treat agriculture manufactures and mining alike as all contribute to the general He explained the pending Tariff and Loan with the view of Axing tbe responsibility where it belongs argued that the North three yean after the adoption of me Constitution the agitation of tbe Slavery question by tbe tion of petitions following It up to the present time for tbe purpose of establishing a great sectional party to put Slavery under the ban Tbe Harper's Ferry raid waa the legitimate fruit of these Anti-Slavery and treasonable The Committee rose and the House adjourned TRANSATLANTIC NEWS of the at Portland and the at THE HAILS BY THE AMERICA THE BENICIA BOY IN BONDS Fresh Attempts with the Atlantic Cable Projected Tour of Victor Through hii Raw States AN IN THE CITY OF NAPLES General amd Miscellaneous The steamship from Liverpool at noon of the 1 Ith on the 13th arrived at Portland at 0 o'clock yesterday morning She has been chartered for the voyage by the Canadian Steamship Company to take the place of the Novt Section which was to have a new screw put In her The steamship Hammonia from Southampton on the arrived at this yesterday morning The malls by the America were received at the Port office last The Royal Mall steamship from New-York arrived at Liverpool at 1 P M of The Canard Etna from New-York arrived at Liverpool at 1 P M of the Tbe Aorta Briton from Portland arrived at Queenstown on the evening of the 10th The steamship from New-York arrived at Southampton on the 12th Tbe steamship from New-York arrived at Southampton on the GREAT BRITAIN THE GREAT FIGHT THI Of TBK 18 HELD TO BAIL ROT TO Uu Saturday April The forthcoming fight for the championship of England has created an immense excitement in land and as Ibe day draws near for It to come off a has been raised even the wise tors in council assembled bave not deemed it beneath their to bring matter forward in ment Royalty Itself has paid tbe Boy a visit or rather his representative at tne Olympic Theatre where a farce under the title of the has been played immense success ing the a student traveling tbe tiy marked wKu two his Initials and at the Hotel he was taken for the Buy a great mauy attentions accordingly Tills of course in bunds created a great deal of iun But to revert to the serious Yesterday warrants were Issued for tbe arre t of and he was taken at TieLt Lock near Derby The low ing are tbe Oil Thursday noon last a detective officer of the Leicestershire named ar- rived in aimed with a warrant fur me ii of HasBAH but as the pugilist was In it was ID si he should be Ducked by a Derbyshire magistrate the signature of Dr o Demy and at 10 o'clock ou t vexing tie officer Dy o the Derby division aud police constable started Iroin lu a trap and tu Trent Locs tbe of and 1 o'clock on Good Friday put up at public until 5 A M woen they to tne Navigation Inn Trent LOCK which is by Mr Kics A Trent let them into me house and themselves at the foot of suns and ukeo forme lie i was cot in tbv house T Tae u piled that He naj been there on me g previous but he could not say Ida be in tbe house Sergeant and Police dutiable tuen went up aUire entered a The oed tvaa but by tho of It and in tne was Mr ol I hey said Kiev Clu not he every ftom up lor moul an hour and men returned nans Directly afterwards a miu the loct Inlo ibe with Mm a ttn lii ke to toe landlord Toe in plain au i said to Woo is it from r and JIB re- was as follows lam at tbe for my must bring them directly Tae police at once to me house Tne however would not admit them op stairs tbat was in the boute It i lieu that Sergeaut L to Mr of a and get h starch lu that they go up stairs About ten es alter be had Deo a oa errand win ow and made a clear lev over le bead ol Police Constable HALLAM He at once took 10 Jls and waa pursued oy the A ensued but the line of being to the and feet ng cut by the be was to after go nit over two or three fields Both he and itemed mortified at tbe capture A trap WAS In attendance and he was at once o a e of en miles On the road be bad a chuff1 with tne police He hat be bsd an agreement o bis apprehension was illegal 1 removed t vice Wity hey take I nave been a ills at Derby 10 A caused a aud a m rout of Hail to ne He whs at once Into the aud was by Mr H Qir BOBM a Derby him to oe placed hi quartets Mr HILTON the heat con- ol the very kind I v took him to his inn house the Town Hall for be be is comfortably quartered the day arrived and Di by Mr 8 from the office or Mr who for agreed to take ball for appearance At 1 o'clock to-day the following telegraph reached the Bor has just been bound over himself in and two gentlemen In Derby each fur tbe term of six mouths lie Is this ment at liberty and looks weLL Tbe magistrates at Newmarket have refused to grail warrants for tbe arrest of and he Is tt il continuing his training The fight will come off as originally intended on the morning of the at o'clock Tickets will be issued for some two people at three guineas each course he has been In England has not been very satis factory to real friends He has repudiated those I have been bis strongest supporters a falling off in tbe good feelings previously him as a mtn of honor By the next mall we be able to give yon full particulars of the tie fight was before the magistrate at Derby oa Kb charged with the Intention of engaging ta a pi fight thereby causing a breach of the peace appeared In his behalf aad aid never broken tbe in England and had no In- tention of doing so True he may have made us of harsh language U the excitement ef his cant re when hie passion was aroused but when he con Id- ered that he had been oat of eight count es while his opponent 8 ATMS was alto wed to gc on with tlie greatest ibe did feel son at If be Died expressions he ought not wo respectable gentlemen were to gire ball to the amount required Guided by the station In life for T Or MOST BOLT HAIRS BY THE POPE'S BULL OF IX BT WHICH THI PUNISH un Of IB 111 OJT IKS or sova OF on CAt Pins r r ir To the eternal memory founded be hoped the Bench would assets the ball small amount The Clerk answered that the B agreed to take own with twe sureties la e at a neb He added that the authorities had no feeling beyond the preservation of tbe stated b Court that could not further be Interfered where unless he broke tbe The were promptly signed and and his left Deiby foi London i was most indignant at the capture It attributed to and bis companions g a place where they were almost certain of edition exonerates aad took all necessary precautions employing sound the police and put them off toe person deceived and his friends and in- formation which led to the capture Lift I scouts the Idea that or his fr ends caused the arrest and states that part r be- lieve utterly Incapable of such conduct It was considered certain that the i ome off on the day fixed the 10th j I MISCELLANEOUS ENGLISH NEWS There Is no of political Importance Parliament was not sitting j The Fiench and other Continental journals accuse English Parliament of favoring the recent list attempt In Spain and tbe Insurrection In Blc A Reform meeting was held in Hyde Park on day the 6th The proceedings were tame and weie not more than a thousand present The cable for Gibraltar will be ly Acre 7 by the middle of September The Atlantic Telegraph Company fays the of the 10th have dispatched Capt KELT who lett on Saturday for St John's Newfoundland tnd Halifax for tbe purpose of making a furth sr at- tempt to bring their cable Into working order nist business before ascertaining whether It tests between Newfoundland aod Ireland 111 be to lilt M miles of cable and take It a bore which will enable him to convey the end to Ne a place In Trinity Bay more thin M from the original landing station The of this Is to obtain a more suitable locality f r the landtag aad to lessen the distance to be tele gr through which Is considered of great ance Capi KILL will return as soon as he has that all is right on tbe Atlantic side and then co at Valencia which It Is expected will commence about the end of Jane next FRANCE An Imperial Commissioner was traveling U rough the neutralized provinces o Sardinia and is i kid to have been received in tome places The Government bad reprimanded the and Paine for giving currency to rumors that Eng and is blamable for tbe outbreaks In Spain and Sicily The Pails flour market was heavy and Wheat was quiet and unchanged Tbe fluctuations on the Bourse were market d ill but Rentes closed on he 10th at f.89.00 film A new journal the had as an organ of the French and advocates tbe maintenance of the boundaries 01 France Germany and Italy Tlie answer of Austria to the circular of M VIRIL on the annexation of Savoy like that c f sia no objection to the so as It Is the frte of and not an peal lo universal suffrage She desires tie ity of Piedmont It appears to be expected that the opposition to tbe of Savoy tud Nice will be pretty deter the number of votes against it can scarcely be large It tbat Count was re for tight different M for ten and Gen for SPAIN The of Morocco had ratified the bases Tbe following is the as the Dose Tetuan C tont of Ac MULCT CALIPH authorize btr Queen of and tbe Kins of Morocco have on ibe preliminary baiek for the con of tbe peace that U to put an end to t le war pi I n kud I HIS ice King of cedes to her M me en ol the lu peri full anJ aU i com- Mum tea following the of Sierra at far us tbe load 01 AST manner hit Majesty King ot ID peri uie coast of the to Bants qui ua the for Uie of aa like which there ratify Asr 3 Hii tbe Kin r of Morocco wll Ue co to Ike of El Penon Ue of signed at Tetuan on the day rip of md tn aud August AKT 4 At a just indemnity for the expense of the war Lls tbv King of Morocco engage t pay to her y Quern of toe Stains f tw 111 tj ml I o The mo B of this sum will in tbe of pea AAT 5 Ti e town of Tetuan witb of the hat formed the of tt will lu the of her ire ol for the tbr In tne aforesaid e until tlie complete of ibe Indemnity Im- tit after tbe shall bat 9 ruat e In full the Spanish will ate the said town and ten itory f AAT ft A treaty of commerce be fed to will be In favor of all would have been or shall herei Iter be dt d to the most nation At i 7 To in events like the that the war the of at Morocco may it Fek or si he best tne luten for tAr of good Uie fj the of tbe Fern o a dence that after tbe fall ol the Ronati its consecutive division lite Se Pope whom has u rf this matter As At established ay that Oct Che bis whole Catholic Church founded aad Lord Christ for the everlasting of bis acquired tbe fora of a i m dl vine character it Its sacred ministry to It may not be subject to aa la order to quired those guarantees wan tt with ibe L chief and the centre of temporal power ordered by God in tbi as such a great and cal liberty which Is so much wanted exercise bis spiritual power tion In the whole world any And therefore U wu thai the world should not bave any to Pope is subject to any drt powers or Massed u the of the which the Holy has to greater part of Ibe that the dominion of our Roman having the appearance of character enjoys and by which it ta sdi M which U enjoys and by which it U connected with all affaire not prevent that all these things duce to the secular welfare of the peoples by tae Church as the history tM of the Roman Popes so many show most good tbe enemies of this Church endeavor to i aad by many Intrigues and all kinds In there Impious attempts were sooner or later by God who always Church Tbe whole world knows already fpg these sad times the of iae and Apostolic Bee have made oa by their attempts which Were Spanish like that exists nsa of kl ABT 9 Her the of Spain will Imme appoint two aMet who w ih Hii ue of will have to draw up tne art clei of Uie of peace ss will mtf i in n of Tetuan and their will have to be completed with me least delay In 10 case 10 thirty b m date LEOPOLD ELL ABBAS The basei of of having ea nni between i nd rocco by ID Duke of i Cap- of tee army It and ABBAS caliph of the of the A liar be all fiom lifts day between be two armies the b Idee of Bu in a bell g the llun that is fo empire of wt divide the Tbe will give most peremptory or to their respective and severely chastise soy one contravening them to the of the Kabyles a id H nv chains nevertheless commit anv be the Spanish army to i peace being const to fringed LEOPOLD ELL IBM ABBAS Gen sod three person of the rt hsd bren arrested at 1 lo be tiled at Tortona A small body of Insurgents bad been dele tied at I have been ranged ceded te f pels to three hundred million reals hypocrisy ta trying to deprive the I I s power could not obtain I by an open attack and by force of arms bat only by false and pernicious principles by cunning latlon In their conduct and by maliciously popular risings They did not blush to to sedition against their princes walea and distinctly condemned by the wben be Let every soul be subject tato higher powers for there no power but of God powers which are of God whosoever for e tbe power the of God and that resist shall receive to themselves These wicked Innovators la the temporal power of the Church and ita dominion and in despising its venerable authority to far in their Impudence as to sign esteem tor tae Church and obedience to her commands Aad U la the moie to be deplored that some of oa whom as of the Catholic the d jty was to Church aad to iti power bave sullied by their wicked a these mischievous and perverse wa deplore tbe Sardinian Government has the principal part as it It generally known how much ta that dom tbe Church has Injuries aad which we bave already vehemently lamented In our Allocation on the of January 1655 The Sardinian Government hts until now de- our and eren dared to on our Church great Injury and to attack Us power while according lo the will of God tbe Holy See of St Peter as stated above to be in he liberty of Its Apostolic office The first signs of the hostile were seea at the Congress of the year ISM whea that Power among other hostile declarations proposed to weaken the temporal power of tne Pope ana tbe an- of tbe Holy See Bat last year when war bioke out between the of aad tbe Emperor of tbe French and the King of dinia no fraud no was avoided which could excite the inhabitants of the of the Church to edition Hence Instigators were dispatched a great deal of money was weie supplied excitement was created aud journals aad fraud of every Mad was em- ployed tren on tbe pait Of who ol Ue Embassy of that at Home without any regard to honesty aod International right as tacy order to be enabled to misute It lo pursue their dark for damaging our Government i When then in of oar Uie far some time had ready been entertained brake out at openly the proclaimed a Royal ship and of tbe Sardinian were immediately I appointed who then suming other HOOK to gore r a During tre remembering our e did not Jail In our of Jui e aco September of to lounly toe temporal md to Ue violators of toe punishment which ire imposed by the canonical and which they became liable to It might owe been expected that originators of violation would in of oar re- admonitions abstain from their unjust all the chiefs of oar Chunn well as the faithful believers of every dignity and joined own to ours in older to defend unanimously the of tbe Holy See aud of ibe Church In general ibey very well un how tbe temporal made oa tais occasion IF for the maintenance of the Papal Power But we shudder in Sardinian inf m has not only our admonition and com- and our rf but by Its by force money threats terror and other cunning means they vole in their faMr and dared to Invade oar to occupy them and to thesa This Is a gieat profanation as tao of bave against the law ure aud of law has beea and the n all temporal power aad human bave been We on one tide with the how useless ould be all farther complaints against those who deaf adders close their ears and who do not u ten to our and aad oa the oilier tide we feel tbe cause of our Apostolic See and tbe whole Catholic world requires for mm tbe of those wicked own la Order not by mrylng to the dignify of oar grave It faithful to the examples of our predecessors we exercise that ity which gives us the porter to looten and to bind In order to employ the severity the guilty and example to Invoked Oe light of Spirit In me ard public i nud taken tbe advice ot tlie i of our Holy Church we In accordance with tao which we hold God Pew snd Paul and also la witb our own all those who havo taken part in in our in usurping occupy big aid invading them or a lup we complained of In oar of June 30 snd Sept SB of or those who have perpetrated of as well as who haw lort an well as those who at exa- tne deeds whatever and in manner or woo ted them themselves to have taken on themselves the of the major and as are determined In our Apostolic and by tne of the General Council that of Trent tits 22 chap 11 On and II we them again we them are to lote all privileges aad graces which they enjoyed now from oar aid that in anr manner ne re- leased or absolved ot bv any one ex the Human but evrnt of their wben 10 l 10 it given to the all the remotest marker bave participated la ear alto the la their SSfoes revocation retraction aad of tbe lo do so personally mi a in lenity and lo truth to give tae owe to the Holy See and under no pre- e to be and freed but to always remain bound by It until they are worthy the benefit ol absolution thus we declare by the letter But In bring obliged by aad to rtn of our we do not forget tbat we represent him on earth who withes not thi death of a tinner hut be be converted lire tor He Into the world tosses and those who In fervent prayer we Implore eM we atk bt tbn of our heart tbe mercy of tbe to by the of Bis boly grace aad by His biv to and u aU St Paul tp ad v 1 et teq
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