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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1867, New York, New York I J I iCl Tool 4629 MARCH 10 PRICE FOUR CENTS Advices to Last Evening by Telegraph An MORE ABOUT THE EASTERN QUESTION to fee to Give to Greece BRITAIN Mart Monday Mareh OM of of fleet at vmb aent to Liverpool THE QUESTION to Yield to Che erf Mareh Dispatches from Constantinople report that fee Porte a to grant of the Viceroy of Egypt sa la asserted thai France Austria and ato nave made n joint proposition lo tha for the of the Island of lo Greece AND Monday March opened at 91 tbr money American open at the fallowing Five-twenty Monday liardi Al for are Railway Monday Marea Cotton market a activity and an upward tendency In Middling Uplands are quoted at m It la estimated that the to 12.000 bales market for opens ejsirt Corn te unchanged at Ma V quarter for Western market for Provisions la aOy and Beef extra la quoted at USs 304 tta Tbe Produce market la quiet and steady Monday March activity to Cotton increasing to4 the market firm at the following authorised Middling Orleans Tke of the foot op balea market lor te and Una Com has advanced to ML tor Mixed American Lard Ala per V ewt lor linseed per ton and Canada White Is March There baa been an email ol at British porte for two or three past to ike strong easterly which have pre- FROM MEXICO Occupy ft HAVANA Wednesday March 13 Uio mail arrived from Ten Cms end Sisal on the inst with dales trom the former port to and from the City o Mexico la the nit was at at the head of men commanded by and guard was about SO distant and bis army consists of 13.000 men and BIODUS An toot battle waa Tbe of Mexico has been IB constant alarm aa tbe garrison bse been weakened by forces to DIAZ and are la fane In the neighborhood of Ten Crua te by the liberals and wH ke captured on the departure of the French The by the French to the subject to an Impost of monthly influential of Crua have been Imprisoned snd without trial sent was to embark with the but ad the French troops Uth at which to taw on the vaunted victory by MOB The dm reporte that ate safe hia o the property of wife was the liberals on the with the trom the State ol waa expected to eater oa the aame day The Liberal at to joss Buz new re- port 0.934 as the number c4 troops had from the nit to mat bave keen cot off lor some between Mexico aad tatter and Ven Tka Sal of Von Crof Since ths asia tbe have topped and slace the aave net teft this rot ota from tbu 21st to wen embarked In was attacked times oa Us war aad some felted and wounded among the one la the personal service of the Emperor One hundred and had been The eider Merita we have to the M Instant stall to the and an attack toe was expected The three Finch which tha expected this v Mr tha of elect for 4 to in Aj to the wera read Bomn be to tha Mr Mid be to toow Oto Mr BM DMB a Senator kta and U be be not tn point ol a that the ol an tba Jadida action Before fete he to be tbr of this to say lhat to point of loyalty to the vow Mr Just at be -wmt or eny member ot this body Whatever might hare been bis opinion tng Ute war or whatever might hate been of the manner la which me war was cols dueled he that if admitted to a to this he would be found worthy of tbe reposed in him and observant of oath which he was required to take He had done nothing which would render it Improper for blm to tike that otto Be had Kr so long oo in Ornately aa to him In saying that done anything within the limit of that oath ho b tin last man in tbe Und to lakatt M waa to take the oath was evidence toat ho had done nothing In- the ho owed lo The Spanish maU steamer arrived here aa the Inst with dates from Kingston Jamaica On the there arrived at Fort Boyal Jamaica 31 B M Dora bringing the of the transport the of wbich v H B M gunboat NumbU took the J is the will soon im- l And bravy The vu ill sad Colonial Secretary represented him K BArANA transpired bete The u finally over and waa wah lewer than Tue in and there u of tho most malignant type Tbe ol Bia of Mr said tkat te knew vory of Mr It was however a matter of applicant for admission to the Senate with the rebellion In tbe laia civil war one rumor which had rescued him was that Mr performed an act to give aid and comfort to the during the of the late rebellion Ot ha would not for the of bnr judging from some reported In the newspapers as haying Iran the Dps of tbe after bla election in Maryland be would Infer that at present be did not reel any very warm attachment to the body for a member of which be now offered himself At all whatever might bo truth of these he that it was entirely 0 ting and proper the matter should be by a Committee Mr did not know whit rumors Mr BQH- ABD referred to In relation to any set of the Senator-elect which had given and comfort to toe lebele Perhaps he referred to what on the floor of the Senate on air THOMAS bad while Secretary of the trans- ferred a of money from to In anticipation of tbe rebellion thai it might be there to assist the rebels He Mr aoM bad mentioned that to his colleague sod be wse to aay there was not a of truth tail The tnnsfar of fonda he made white tary of the Treasury In 1840 waa of some or from to ington to meet the necessary of Treasury and the whole of it waa here Tha only other som t or aat It waa before the that bds word oa thai would all who knew him the moat It te Mr might bars that Ibe war have Bo was not sloae la that opinion It waa entertained by thousands in the loyal Mr said his objection to Mr THOMAS the Language attributed to him in tbe speeches he nude alter bis election He waa reported to nave that the Senate of the United States had done all In their power to dissolve the Union by war tn which they failed sad lhat they were BOW to destroy it by legislation He thought that a very remark oa the part of the If be made lhat remark If a man could he called strictly loyal aad attached to the Government of tbe Doited States who held tbat tbe ef Congress in the prosecution of tba hue war to press the rebellion waa an on the part ol Con- gress to dissolve the Union then he to a great degree hia knowledge of of Mr knew nothing of the speech to which Mr referred What he did know was to tbe totter accepting his nomination there would be found nothing inconsistent with his duties to the country Vba letter of Jfr waa than seat to the clerk's desk and read Mr Nix said it was by tbe loyal men of Maryland that Ibe election of the by which Mr THOMAS had been elected waa a palpable Hand editing of It was by those Union man they had a law standing upon their that an Banana with tha rebellion from voting at their election At toe last election that law waa sod persons of ill kinds the wortt rebels them were permitted to rota and by their votes a legislature waa that had sent the honorable gentleman ham aa a benator Wnen Mr THOMAS resigned from Mr be wrole a letter stating reason for so doing to be that ho waa forced to leave from the fact that be could not concur la the act to reinforce Fort be denied entirely the power of coercion It waa also by setae that a very large oi money waa htsa Secretary ol the to that It waa seized by the Confides ate and that at the it waa sent It waa well-known met that few If any but those who sympathised with secession were In Mr spoca at some length on the sub- ject He waa as much aa any man could be to admitting traitors or enemies of the Government an numbers oi the Senate He was In favor ol re- none but loyal men but the objections to Mr sustained by nothing bat Mo charge was made by any Senator Against him Hr THOMAS wu certainly to be In unless there was something to overcome the case which waa in hia favor 11 any B coaU bring s charge against the cant would go aa tar as wag necessary In nuking an investigation but be understood thai Mr wun willing to tako the oath required by law and il so be to be there was a made against aim JCr said that prior to the war there was no on in wulcu a gentleman claiming la have bern fleeted a member of the ate and nls credentials In due form wan not considered entitled to take his seat In the Senate unco war ibis rule had been departed trom In two was the case of Mr of Oregon the other of Mr of Tennessee It was that Mr THOU AS hau made a on s recant occasion In wluch ha spoko ol the as a body of This language u used by Mr THOMAS was no worse than hid used re- by Mr DAVIC of Kentucky on the floor of the Senate Alter some further remarks Mr said ha waa unwilling by hia vote to establish so a precedent u to refuse to re- n Senator who came here with the proper dentlals and Lad been IB pursuance of law and whom there waa no specific charge iron any respectable Mr read from tha latter of Mr resigning hia office aa Secretary ot tha Treasury of Mr Cabinet in which Mr Tne United baa no power to collect the custom duties at the port of Charleston Thla was an indorsement of the right of secession It at least the applicant in an position which required explanation But ha to tha or THOMAS o which ence had been made In that speech the Senate waa referred to is a body of men who baa and were now traitors to the Union Mr said the quotation he had hoard to aa Inquiry if what Ma THOMAS had said waa not true tha converse of toe proposition waa true If the waa a body of Mr THOMAS was a loyal man but If the ate wae body of then Mr waa a disloyal man Mr said that tbe report of the speech of Mr THOMAS trom which this extract appeared m he Baltimore American He read tbe Jn the Baltimore Chuette and there wsa no such language attributed to the speaker in that report Mr thought that the beta already tbo mored Mr believed It to be beat to settle the question before swan In Mr took the Boor again in renly to the arguments of Mr Mr Comas argued the letter ot Mr to Mr that it the reference and a this ref hatho had no EL man who was ao weak the not to be to and to tba honor and of thla aras alt in tha Sonata of tba wore was true of any man who left of tta President of tS that taa hacr not to hia jq such Mr read tea letter of of dated tha of which was baaed upon the fact that Mr could not agree with the Cabinet In Che of Fort Sumter and argued that the reliant Uon of Mr Wsa from Iba same be- lef the had no right W Fort At 3 P if on motion of Mr the consideration of tbe subject was postponed until A number of wen presented and OF IOWA Mr introduced a ment of Fint lows Cavalry whitu o tbe Mi Committee TAX BALES Mr a to con arm of Vaat V IM the of War which waa BOOK Committee a to Kr a MB to tha to aaB tha of tha lark and Also a Joint to ing to permit to at certain posts which waa referred to the om For- eign Affairs ASM Mk Kr ap taa joint War to tha State amment of with arms and equipments for Mr m explaining the tor this that man were being in Tennessee Mr wen mot being down also Mr rowm did not know but be hoped so Mr said It waa aot necessary to bat to from tha Uon pat upon other States bleb In rebellion against inning their militia Be aaa aw for thi of the measure The waa rissil Mr called op the Joint to declare valid laws of ot loo passed during tbe It waa passed Mr toward tbe of the work oa tha tiag of the Washington aqueduct Mr asked who wsa to bave the ture of the money Mr HABLAK said It would be expended under the direction of the of Army The toll waa OT Mr for the sale of tain stocks held In trust for the and esw Indians la favor which after wia postponed BUX Mr called op tbe Be- Bin the upon which was con- the House amendments to the Senate amendment The amendment which waa un- important In Its character was agreed to ike to require a majority of all the Instead of aa tbe Senate majority ol votes cast to adopt a A debate on this proposition which was by Mr who that seemed determined to make their old over on the subject Ho wo old move an Tba motion waa ytsai 91 nays aa Fowler Henderton of Malie rton of Malie Patterson of of Bamner n Thw Mat of L for wearing wisely art the lion then on tha adjourned r Senate on mottoa of Mr and aeon after of the from XLA and aad had the oath of administered to them by tha took seats The Speaker proceeded aa regular In order In the morning hour to ue call of the for reference Under the call bins were and referred sa Cm in prevent Infringement and fraude on To the Committee on Also School of To Committee ou Mines and By Mr UM Issue of ury notes not bearing to ha need in ing a sinking fond for the extinguishment of national debt Thla to same that Mr DALI test To the Committee on Fauks and By Mr amend National Act being tbe same reported by him Dee 11 to the Committee on and Currency By Mr reference to duties on scrap Deferred to Committee on Ways sad By Mr provide for tbe adjustment and of of American for committed by tbe French prior to Jury 1861 to the Committee on Foreign By Mr for tbe District of Columbia and to pro vide a system of for public schools of ol on the District of Columbia Bv Ur legalize en Legislature granting tba light to cut timber Unas within the County of to Committee on By Mr o the ol land to tba same Com- By Mr regulate tha ef to repeal the twelfth ef an act of July If defining the pay aa A of certain officers of the army sod ibe Secretary of War to certain roBs to the to Ay Mr of Crimea in to the of jurors la certain rises to authorise the ft in tbe Treasury of tbe United to protect tba of action of loyal and to repeal certain parte of the act for the oi certain against the United la the Committee By Mr Joint resolution of the Indiana in Fenian mantra to Ute Committee on foreign By Mr WILLIAMS oi suspend act of April 13 18641 the the Treasury to cancel tour ol Treasury netes By Mr the enlargement of Iho ton Land in tbe Territory ol Be- lerred to ibe on Lands By Mr tbe payment of the reward offered by President ol ibe United States in April 1869 for tbe capture of to the Committee on Claims By Mr lands to Wisconsin and Michigan in the of Uie and Lake to the Committee on Public By Mr of tha office ot So the Court of Claims a Bureau in the office Attorney-Genual the Judiciary Committee Also granting land to the Iowa and Missouri State to tha Com- on Public Landa April and regulation the ment of tbe aimy to the Committee on Military Also In reference to goods bj to end soldiers to Committee oa Military By Mr amend apt lands lo aid in the of a railroad and telegraphic line from the Missouri the aad granting lands to Minnesota lo aid In Improving the navigation of the Zambro Blver to We on Public tanda memorial of tha relative to the taw equalizing the that those who leered In 1981 and ua may receive aame tles Amg to term ot those wbo and that every soldier who wra discharged for may receive bounty to which he would have been entitled m case he had the fall term ot hia with ne on tbe subject to the Committee on Military By Mr of secure the more rapid of the Union Pacific Southern Branch to the Committee on the aet of Jury ao granting lands of the Southern the Onion from Biley Kansas to Port Smith Ark to Com- on Public Lands KLU AMD TABBED The call of fos far reference being com- r to lor which be introduced wan lA for to la Mutton to aad By of A hul to the moved to amend by including the motion of Mr and ward laid on tbe table By Mr the members of the House Committee on Affairs who are of tbe present to prosecute daring tbe recess tho Into tbo management ana of the West Point tary Academy wae ordered during tho late Mr rose to debate the resolution and under it went over 4 Mr offered a resolution that sQ of extra been yet bean be to Houee of the had been oAdal ol tbe lA tli ML to Uia Be- HI On motion of Mr WILSOW of the to on tha Speaker's and dis- The Senate concurrent resolution to amend the nineteenth Joint rule ao aa to prevent the sale or use of in tbe Capitol or the ground sd thereto Mr Bum slated that tor fha tost four yean since be had been here aad the Speaker had occupied the chair BO liquor had been aold in the House wing of the But he waa the Senate wing fame matter The concurrent resolution waa adopted Tha concurrent to tbe In- of tba by tka on waa taea tehea op rise to a abort Mr that tbe effect of to it would be to postpone aetten to regard to she further issue of bonds aad fractional from Ike until after the meeting of the next and and that the result of Ibe recent Investigations showed that there wsa ao overissue of fraudulent or counterfeit bands but simply aa accidental duplication of the numbers oa coupons toe whole amount of the erron only Mr CovoDE desired lo for the rent resolution tha resolution by test Thursday referring the examination to a bat the prevented bis doing so Tbe concurrent resolution was then agreed to out a division At P.M Senate amendment in the ture ol e to the House supplementary to tie act of March J to provide lor the more cient government of the rebel aad to scUta the restoration waa up of Iowa from the Judiciary tee moved to amend tne ant section by adding to the prescribed oath a clause that the person ing to vote baa never been a member of any State Legislature any W in any State engaged m JUon palled States or given aid or to thereof MY that In Virginia and hi other Bootham the oath to the Constitution of tba United had not lor some id been to State wai agreed to Mr of Iowa moved to amend the fifth the votee by striking act the words of He would the provision la Oat at was agreed to taf Mr s prefixed M the word Mr ot moved an to the by adding that any person to all and ef perjury The was agreed to Mr and desired to offer ments but Mr WiLaox on the nd andar ite operation Senate ment aa waa In THK HAKK The Senate to House Joint tion in relation to the com aad bullion of tbe mond Baaka em in waa taken ap On motion of Mr TAX the was in aaa the joint resolution goes to President for signature RELEET The for the relief of Ems a ter ef the United Army attar brief 4 In wbich the bin wsa and by and while Mr WABA favored Its to a committee The House refused to second tha sna the MO was on motion of Mr re- ferred to tha on Claims txm The Senate Joint resolution tor the relief of Hor BIAH and of the on motion of Mr to the Committee on Claims HI IOWA The Senate tat relation to a certain tract oi and In Burlington lows taken up Oo motion of Mr WILSOX of lowe tha blO waa Tha Banato Joint resolution providing for tha essary Jar a aUp lake Brie and Like Ontario tar military naval and neil Introduced HoM of moved that Joint De Mr moved ft be hdd on table Tha vow on tta wsa then taken up by yeas and nays with Teas M ao tba Joint wae OP N The Banato bin to change the name of the ship Shun to waa Tbe Sanato btU 19 the ninth of the aet of Aug 30.1862 providing lor tbe belter security of UVM ot passengers on board of was taken up After by Mr panted On motion of Mr the further of the order to dispose of business on ibe Speaker's table wsa On motion of Ur II was ordered that a motion to tne by a I bird vote may be and entertained any of this Mr THOMAS offered a resolution providing that the taken by the Judiciary Committee of the last House concerning In Maryland BOW lu tbe custody of Clerk of the House be committed to tbe Committee on Judiciary with instructions to complete the Inquiry also to Inquire whether tbe people of Maryland have a Slate Government lican ID form and such as Congreas can with the Constitution and was adopted FOB SLAVES Mr asked leave to introduce Joint resolution all payments for drafted or received aa Into tbe military Mr and Mr moved to suspend the rules i Mr Baoon asked Mr whether he thought it quite fair hi absence of the trom the proposition Mr replied that be made tbe at the urgent of some of the beat people ol Tennessee He waa la explain it when Mr objected to debate The vote than taken on the motion lo impend tba and resulted yeas 94 nayaM Tha Joint waa introduced and QH AMD Mr a Joint resolution fixing the doty on umbrellas and ed trom foreign countries when mado of a no lower rate of duty now Imposed upon piece and drau silks ti per cent ad Mark em and when made of other material silk M percent Also on wire spiral furniture a cents per pound aad U per cent ad lartm Tbe resolution wsa OHIO Mr Introduced the joint resolution izing the Secretary of War to turn over United States property at Camp Chase Ohio for tba of the Asylum for Disabled Soldiers which wsa PATRICK'S DAY ADDITIONAL 1 Introduced the Joint extending to the employ of the division of the National Bureau In the Treasury tba employes on the and the of the ao per cent Ad- BUL OF Mr of a Joint that ihs Treasurer of the Halted States now hands several millions ot the of property captured during the rebellion which might be disposed of in owners without the of and that It Is not ke awl A -i approval of and there tbat the same shall be immediately by into the Tailed Passed ths Committee on aa of of Iowa of Olinoiai and or WOOD Mr a to exempt paper made from wood from internal tex He ex- that it was Intended by the Conference Com- oa tbe Internal Bevenne of but to have exempted straw and wood from tax and It had done appeared that made from wood wai not ex- Mr suggested also to exempt paper made from Mr JUDO Proposed also to exempt hut Mr objected 11 not being The waa at o'clock the adjourned The UM the Between tbe tlM Pol fee tbe for a day of the festive observance of the anniversary of St Patrick enthusiasm of onr Irish xena wia In no degree abated In Its ardor On the contrary aa waters grow determined In their pro In proportion to the In their way ao did tha thousands pent np Sunday burst all bounds by flooding all the from Harlem to the Battery moat unpleasant condition of the It waa thought by many would materially Interfere with the of the varloua Societies but slush and were alike disregarded the different tions gathering In force ai per programme to form on But Broadway On many prominent buildings throughout the City the Irish banner took lie place betide the Stan and Stripes The State boating of the City HaD waa up in the morning having amid np an night on purpose The crowd of people from Brooklyn aad Jersey City added to the throng which had taken possession of Ihs footpaths along the and which tha procession waa to The line was formed oa East Broadway and the leading therefrom the right tasting on The procession headed by Ancient Order ot of reached the City o'clock A place of cannon stationed In the Park away moat until either tbe powder had run out or good taste suggested their giving a chance for the to bear the aira ol the proaching bands Mayor by JHO M P Justus Boo Bev WM Senator T Comptroller snd a number of the City aD with the symbolic took their places In front of the City Hall The took three to In review and waa composed of the of thirty different he er number of which were total abstinence aad while the appearance of Ike men on ihA whole wae highly creditable and the procession probably the finest ever seen on St day In this those composing It whose motto la ind bad decidedly tbe advantage ol the various other bodies before them aad behind them were men In aH The display of banners waa remarkably fine especially that of Iriah standard wtih the harps U gold on Balds of green Many of were headed by containing the chief officers aad again were followed by decorated wagons Oa the drapery bom many of were auck Unas as God save the We desire to obtain for Our Country whit did for Our come weal come no compromise with Saxon foe On several of the bannin underneath the wolf deg were the words Gentle when stroked fierce when provoked Hot the pleasing feature of the procession waa tbe presence in of many hundred lads temperance cadets dressed and happy looking notwithstanding the evidences of severe wading through the mud and with aB the outward promise of becoming good and Intelligent Prominent among these were the boys attached to the Churches of St Peter snd BL James Quite a feature of the procession waa e genuine Irish upon one side of which were seated a pair of pipers each with a pair of sad on tbr other elds three jovial Celts who to enjoy their popularity The Mayor re- his position lor the three aa patiently aa the opposite sharing with It ihs of ibo salutes from the marshals on back and the on foot te to be regretted that Ibis otherwise really creditable display should have attached to Ita memory disgraceful recollection of the gross misconduct of a party of the who monopolizing before the with a truck driver aad wound up with the disgraceful with the of which we give the below or tHa BT The of St Patrick took dinner at the Astor House in the evening Capt WM F dent of the Society occupied the chair Toasts wen proposed and responded to aa birthday of civilisation In Woden Honored and by Irishman poU la to by Mr We Uoder them all Knightly to by Joan M P for Cork their to fareira domination lUll straff for redemption good end evil fortune Onr an with to by Mr J H TV CTty Great IB to charity as in ite Responded to by Hon T Mayor CYcil IMmy Iba belt of ba- msn by Judge OF THE OF BT The ancient Society of the Friendly of St Patrick celebrated eighty-fourth anniversary by a banquet at last evening it which some 60 or CO and invited gueite were present Tbe of the Society Mr H L the head of the table aad among those in at- tondeace wen Daly and Brady of the Court of Common Pleas Judge Jones of the Superior Court O'Gorman Corporation Kelly Comptroller Connolly James Joseph Stewart Eugene Mr Bell William C Barrett J B Fogerty Ool Boome of the St Nicholas y Mr of fit Mr Bailey of K t Janet Beed B and Jate In tba Mayor made hia by Mr M f from Afler the dinner which waa served In beat style the opened the ng by a few which be followed if announcing tn their order the regular Tin Oaf M dear te ths hearts of aad their descendants sll over world ler tbe it evokes and the social It 11 Unien la her union blest Uie woader of tbe of old Inland is In SB to as well es a manorial of all tbe erown war and dignify Lit proudly to snd he givra to her by the ot tbe TV CUy in bar liberality inter- and patriotism n worthy capital of tni Stale Dramatic have held eat only wit sad and of their naUra laad hot hunun oily baits upon which wsn We to what from right hand of f and a la the of ths an united tn the of -ile sf of youth end sf ill Press is the of a ate one without Ihs and both m fona To the Judge a la the of tbe to sad did full Justice to the memory of St Patrick snd hie Judge DALT being called upon to reply to the seooad epoke of formation of the Society of the Sons ot St Patrick which be first organised by a Scotland first settled by in Irishman He alluded to tha Ont President of tbe Society Wat who was in Aid of and presided at the Oral banquet given by the Sons of St Patrick alter the cloae of ths War At that early day sagacious man predicted would be ths commercial centre of the United States and perhaps of the world Aa to the out he was called upon to respond to he had tion oi knowing that the United States speak or vast domain Its cosmopolitan si ment needed no mouthpiece A old waa waa that tba He replied that 11 waa si tnet no one had any ever beyond the aad they It e waste Ha this people for many years and had often found opinions and formed from the history ot other at applied to Iry All UM formed about it by people outside of OM States had been and by the faote of history It had been tried ao nation had ever beea tried before and had come out of the trial triumphant and hi had fun faith that ite futon would he equally glorious with Its past ff C responded to toast and glowing tribute lo aad her sons scattered aa they were over the earth to name of Society he add that ho not hut regard II aa unwarranted ot St Patrick made nq mention of a St Patrick sad as according to in tradition be was a II waa dearly improper that they be called tho of Patriot He paid a glowing tribute to tbl of Irishmen had fought for the liberty of every country but their own and of gallantry In onr late war would be recounted In fitting terms by tbe future historian ot America To tbe tout B In absence ef me Mayor made a fitting response to Mayor who came In shortly after added a few timely The fifth lout elicited en eloquent response Irom who tbe ol Ton DAVIS and of later the achievements of Irish In poetry and tbe the regular toast Hon Member of Parliament from He that If civil and liberty had been given to Inland yean ago aha would not now be that sorro fnl country which every Irish man deplores and which every American with find In that country what every nun of whatever nationality must regard with aversion and established church for tba support of which sHware obliged to contribute whatever might be their faith Tbe Irish people only asked for that religious liberty which In this country was ered en right of all men They did not sak It for any partiality la their own Church but for good oi ell seote They for the same religious liberty that they found nere where DO man waa asked to support the Church of another but each man own Church for 300 tbe Irish people had Buffered and for faith A man's religion was his own affair with which no one had a right to Interfere Tb le was well understood in this country and he wished It to be understood In Ireland He hoped Ibe nit in pie ol America would influence bis own country and induce bar people to put away old of tbe past and adopt the of perfect freedom for SJL The remaining toasti were responded to by Col ind the entertainment was kept op till after midnight During tbe evening tbo party were favored with several songs from Mr and excellent mule was by tbe Tbe banquet hall was decorated with and on the Isbles were tions In of the of HL Patrick Ihi Temple ol Liberty Monument and other Between the and One tka Brooklyn the About o'clock aa tha Third of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was being formed on In order to join tha mala procession which paraded yesterday In boror of St Patrick's Day a track up and was about passing through that near the corner of Tbe driver peremptorily ordered out of the way by the Marshals aad is was being hammed In and Jeered at by crowd thla driver whose name U al present un- known Inquired where he should go Instead of giving the man any Information several of the Ancient Order ol Hibernians No 3 from lyn who were standing In line near by made an at- tack upon the bewildered man end wen driving blm from the At this Juncture Officer AUGUST of the Thirteenth Precinct Police who was stationed nearby Jumped on me truck to tect the driver trom injury His conduct I u so Ing the Ire of the to luch a degree thai a simultaneous was made upon the officer by a targe number of the Brooklyn ties 3 i sod and be wsa knocked down snd severely Injured by being trampled upon by tbe In- f Information of the soon reached tbe knowledge of WM K of the Precinct who waa standing oa the cor- ner of and Bast Broadway He a squad of men on doty near by and ran down to assist their brother officer As this handful of hurled upon the struggling crowd they were engulfed tn and wen ill severely handled The broke their of and used Ihs aa with snob effect that the van the recipients of several ugly scalp wounds and bruises They were alao knocked down on aad kicked Darius the second battle one of the Marshals from Brooklyn drew bis sabre and dealt Officer of Thirteenth Pre- cloot a blow oaths bead Inflicting a seven and gerous wound Mews of conflict spread rapidly sad tbe officers stationed along ran down to the of officers engaged Bat as thoy arrived singly the no ten ware enabled to beat them off HELME of the Thirteenth Precinct beard of the row as he stood on the corner of and East way wben sufficient force and aoon succeeded in scattering tbe gr nts had he performed this service writ n Ibo from the Seventh and Eleventh elects camo up on the double quick and they tbe down East H road way ID splendid stylo dealing effective and telling aa they ended the disturbance and the Police snd proceeded to pick up their wounded who wen removed to the Tbe following te the complete list of Capl John C left hand ind back Roundsman Wm E Brown oat on bead Roundsman Nones head Officer Wm Barret severe sword cut on bead and internally injured Jas B Brown bead Wm J Bloodgood and face Officer Bobt W Leach wounded in aad very dangerous condition Officer Patrick bead sad face Officer Ed O'Hara bead and John Struck bead face Officer Thomas Gibbons bead sad lace Officer Henry Earner bead and body In dangerous condition Officer Geo J and face Officer Bernard dangerously wounded on head left eye cut one and one finger smashed Officer Beo very badly cut abont the heed Officer Wm H Waldron three scalp wounds vere and three ribs broken Officer Patrick Carney iword cut on hesd Officer Hiram Coles of the Seventh tabbed la left side near hip with a dangerous tlon Officer David Martin of tbe Seventh four terrible scalp was injured In protecting Capt of the Continentals Officer Colsman of the Thirteenth In- jured on head and race August severely Injured about the bead and body Officer of the Seventh severely Police JAMKS P sod H summoned aad they were in attending tbe wounded by Dr WILLIAM A and Drs F and G Several other wen aUghtly Injured during the melit but as they did not report to surgeons names could not be Tbe name of the drew bis sword Is not known at present hut es be noticed to reader Identification an the will no doubt la effecting bis Only two persona were arrested and thay give their names aa sad NEWMAN ihs lal ler knowledging In the assault and alao his brother Both of these prisoners wen acting as Aides Those few ol the Hibernians who were wounded during thi were carried off by and not known After the disturbance tbe Brooklyn managed to effect a reorganization and Joined the procession of Colors to the Uttard At 10 o'clock morning the ninth K G S N tor the double purpose of participating tn the celebration of bt snd to e stand of colors from the Oily Government Alter forming line they mar chad to Uie City Hall Tbe waa under com- mand of and paraded with nearly three hundred men The ance ef the battalion WM very good each men wearing the new chasseur uniform re- cently to the regiment Aa aoon aa the tins of parade had beea formed la tbe Park Mayor reviewed the command and then proceeded n speech Md ta coins so Battering to the in by the regiment during the war and confident would not fall In honor to the trait in CoL accepted the colon b e few of and bo pledged himself and comrades to defence of of a and power Tbo oi a touching was paid the Mayor tto battalion proceeded up town to Join Ibe Day In Brooklyn The day waa duly celebrated in this bf military and tba various Irian Benevolent tod Father Matthew who turned out In fall force and together thi fine of flagH and made altogether e The sun shone brilliantly but Ibe ing wu Terr bad floated from the Oily Hall Hall Iba Park Theatre and other prominent places lions the Une of march The proceailon formed on right railing on about 11 o'clock A M snd marched through GoM to where they In review before hop Thence tier proceeded to and City Gall Park where Ibey men reviewed from be Hall by the Mayor ind Council The Ume In puling given point wae minutes The crowd of In the Immediate vicinity of Ibe Park could not bare than 10.000 The moved off through South Brooklyn thence to Eiet Brooklyn where they were in Park by tbe Manbal 4 o'clock P II all being by buda of tha with Day In tbo The Ureen Above the of the end national aira with the parade off la excellent order the were ao thoroughly blockaded lhat tbo railroad care delayed for nearly bait boor The Police regulated three affaire m u e manner aa and all to bo with the There ma no dis- and considering tlie but few of Ibe drowning 01 tbe TLo annual dinner ot Ht Patricks wae held at tbe Pierre pom atn In evening and pruvod e very aHair TLo Chair waii and tbe ifti 1 J wen also Jlc inr men Mi A number ol drank an all tlir were Ujc nine and to u ot tin nn HI pronent room wma ly ud with and bad and liall at Qulbic Hall wan and pro tod an affair were In tbo menu In 1 lly Trie Friendly Sons of Hi Patrick in J of land held a grand day In with the of and In tho the Society of the Friendly Boua of al Hotel where they partook of a tel dinner and to the eloquence of the Son a To tbe ol evening the Und of our ibe early nome of onr Judge of thla In a long and eloquent for an report of which have no room thie a tribute to tbe the orator of Ireland and her people taking tor her future and confidence in the triumph ot tar arms NAPOLEON An Between tlie John S C Abbott He Journal and Countr No 9 PABIS Manh 1 It IB with no little that 1 venture to write loiter It may expono me lo remark Bui with a pi n 1 will endeavor to describe some I will ray ID Three I had a private Interview with the Emperor Of received me by the entirely ID ono of the Interior of palace and with the moat gratifying With lie fur nearly an buor upon all tbe of I lie ilay grat for trie wbich bad b my to tbe Emperor 1 and tbat ant or bin own Uon were to be in a friendly Informing the Emperor that I had explored Ibe libraries and of Pana to obtain every book and which had been published ing the of hie upon tbe policy and foreign diplomacy of France and that I had in agent In London lo purchase every tion open and tbat I was to obtain documentary aa would carry tbe of the truth of my to every mind 1 When 1 reflect the birth ol year tn Paria tbe Empire then In tbe of its birth of the Imperial Prince welcomed not by tbe ringing ol all the bells ol the metropolis and the firing of gune of the but by every demonstration of joy from Hamburg to Borne and from the to tbo overthrow of Ibe by the Allied Towen and of tbe Bonaparte from the retirement of Queen her two to the of Arm cation ol me tn In joining the lulian in their in off tb Aue nan at tbr ID am IB from of the Urr child froin ihp c lu Vmi to ot buu five jiMm lu the cintli of II mi fiil tbo dual ol from rcn mil on his return native lam In in ml lo iho ot by tbv u vote of aa H ill ut uf b m in nf v m tbu if ol that liy tho lu unit lor ill d term of tun li a vote ol marly iwirn of by tbe of by a popular vole ol mean liberation oi can and the juara ol ity and under your yean of aa Uie never before all tbe of the I to mind I cannot but r gard t lie career ol jour ty as the drama o the and It to mu s matter ol great that a truthful record of be It would not be proper lor me to record tbe frank thn In ro- One wbi b ne II cannot be wrong to suite In to teen of aa never belore under hie reign That is true Ur it la tme and It s fact thai during no yearn France has never Uie ol tu a tbe after a bo I 11 bo to that all tbe o tbu are eu- lo promote tud of the people ID to the Mexican I 1 bave it to U tt did not lend tin Ui Uie only n to uie tbo ol tuJ tu Tim overthrow ol tbe Empire jjluujjcH lust lulu thai etaie ot lias tba LOW tor bull i To tiew the Emperor AdM to in it lo me tkat it teat fur of tkr u urU at for of Utat Iff a HaUt to Ou and He aLia an deure to maintain friendly with Uie United WM prolonged for nearly an hour I law no visible of though tno looked decidedly older than when I blio fourteen yean MO Be alluded in or the conversation to that be remembered Ae I look my leave be took me cordially by Iho band Ibe Intention la see me again and me by tbe that be send to mr copy ot all bis are quite tin Is intrUVciually one of tile highly men In Europe Tbo next I wan lion to tbe at the 1 nur wire present The cno It may HOI be lor me to a that I was by my name was mentioned tbe ervi I ana taking me by tbe band uid I am happy to you Mr I bid you Welcome W of tbo Honor unon ant mu It U with s pen that I Terr record thoso ncj 1 aui that to Imputations mil L painful to me But I am sure I bavo many km In who will read wilt
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