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   Weekly Chronicle (Newspaper) - November 11, 1848, London, Middlesex                                THE WEEKLY Ttfofaemfcet Price THE Our our are Tieuas has fallen before Ihe and the hopes and nasdm liberties of Austria are prostrate now at the foot of Sue There is a want of circumstantial details tbe siege and final and from some quarttTe ivtibt had been thrown as to the last success of the But the main facts are at length corrobo There has been an bloody dVciual attempt to relieve then the spirit of Burgher overpowered but not faas succumbed at a 2jpeiIor The bunded might ofsavage was more than a match for inexperienced improvised efforts in uefence of liberty were i jrjriees against despotic In vain a gallant t2 t been to end in tenible disaster and defeat H lucre is one spot in the whole of Europe which it is to associate with scenes of that spot of nil is the Austiian To those who have been ttomed to it for the scenes it presented cre lively and beyond comparison with other There life was cheated of hrU its cares by continual anl ID the city pnd its the beautifulbi the woods and pastures which surround the Time seemed to linger aud lay down his scythe day was too short for the varied and hours comprtsud in he vrr1 z or Now is In he on tbe Glacis slaughter LES blocked up the avenues of Where Strauss Lanner encbited with their the discords of a iVui fratricidal war haveiudely contrasted with their joyful A wild soldiery has usurped the and death aad despair are become the tenants of the tie and voluptuous This consummation could not be The force statesmen of her own capable of discerning what the times Should both correctives then we rely on the im mutable law of the political that no once can range to the same extent as before There never and there never can a bv which authority can recover all the prestige it has When once the statne is dragged from the the very clamps which fixed the effigy have acted as levers to wrench it Place the image on the dislocated and it stands but to or totters asjin The a sagacious writer can never get his own again The broken it is will and become even stronger than before the fractur to the sceptre if it be once the soldered stem never possesses the toughness of the original metal its solidity is And in the knowledge of a certain we have no dread of the final whatever discouragements may close around the Austria must advance she can not return to the leaden bondage which enthralled her for As soon shall we see the boughs of the Wiener Wald close over tbe site of the Imperial or the beavers return to tbe islands of the from which they have been driven by civilised as in every other while no one can cheat Time of his so no cue cn make him tarry orturu trhich surrounded the city was and resistance served only to increase the sacrifice and deepen Ihe horrors of Imperial On tbe morning of IheSUlfof the troops bad penetrated into tbe When tbey came before tbe the display of white flags bad induced them to suppose tbat the insurgents had but a discharge of firearms convinced them of tbeir and the bombardment recommenced with grenades end After the the city capi and the troops occupied tbe Castle and other strong Still a desultory warfare raged in the and especially in the quarter where the University is The brave students held out to the They says a Prussian until at length the barracks werestoimed in which they found a last Those who survived were then and have now to paj the penalty of their With the youth of Vienna its liberties and the of tbe Emperors troops were completed by the final onset which destreyed or dispersed There were no more combaants left to be Before this the denouement was proracted for a feir hours by the arilvel of the on the Vienna had or was just preparing to accept when tbe news arrived that tbe Hungarians were They were seen from an angle of Stephens From the elevated post from which Count Stahremberg descried tbe banner of John Sobieski when Vienna was beleaguered by tbe Turks in Messenhanter saw the Hungarian lines drawing towards Obendin and Hit proclamation is graphically Tbe said prevents one having a clear but hitherto the Hungarians appear to be advancing victo In case a defeated army should approach tbe walls of tbe he made an appepl to the Landwehr to But the army of Windiscbgralz came back The troops he had despatched to check the Hungarians were only too successful in their The Magyars were met and routed witb and this time the arm ol Sobieski was Vienna saw itself environed by enemies newly flashed with an easy triumph over the only friends who could have wrought her Again they closed round the devoted and from that moment the assault went forward wbich ended at last in its downfall and Then came the ultima ratio terms prescribed by the conqueror to the In this instance the conquered were at his and he would accept of nothing but a complete Tbe conditions he imposed were summary enongK The Austrian flag was to replace standard which had waved in token of freedom from officers detained as prisoners were at once to be city was to be its cannon to be taken and its other arms to be collected by the troops within twelve and deposited in tbe Imperial Arsenal ammunition was to be given np lo tbe military com mandants appointed te receive money In the hands of tbe National Guard and the Corps fArmle ordered to be transmitted to tbe Communal National Guard were then to be excepting only certain among them to whom he might be pleased to confide the Martial law was generally proclaimed and while tbere was no resistnee under the terms be thus the witb its and the new Constitu with the rights it guaranteed to the Austrian were banded bound and as a servile at the foot of the How the latter will use the submission extorted by force of arms from a defeated it is easy to fear if not to he will scarcely be content with the sltus to which their previous resistance had consigned By pleading either the privilege of conquest or the dread of liberty relapsing inte he may revoke all Ibe concessions be has The army the people at his it is almost too much to expect of human nature that lie should easily forego wbat fortune has sent it is probable he will coniolidate his Again tbe fabric of despotism may poised for an iistant on a fancied till again the popular force is and Ihe throne laid low in a deeper Of this ire are come wbat paimanently to re turn to what has been is A few or a few may behold the semblance of his former in angnrated by the the and the regain an outward aspect of Bat it is rotten anc iti term is The people hare shaken tbe fetters wbich bound have bent and cast them away for a mo and the memory of this will incessantly stir tbem They will not rest in tbe old nor sleep ttt in their ancient And it is vain as tbe winds to think of retaining Tbe Emperor may and wilK probably do wbat stimulated by a moments may dictate to one whom success bas But if no better counsel be is only heaping fuel to tbe which will one day consume in a terrific outburst the and even the name of his There is some which we confess to in the discrimination of those wbo serve One thing is that they are highly and it is scarcely too much to think tbat honesty as well as capacity may be part of their Possibly we may rate them too and afterevents may rebuke our but we bnt think that some of his counsellors must be cog nisant of an altered state of and we cannot tut hope tbat some among tbem may recognise the duties this If they act as their duly prompts tbem in this emergency all may be Constitutional liberty may receive a but nol so deep a wound as is and the current of events may bring round smoothly that which must else come swift and On the other if their prudence fails them if they do not temper their success with it is their own fault here after if they reap as they have and no one can pity inevitable Anotber source of hope exists in the intervention of the Central As it is its power is and its means of acting cumbrous and But it is not impossible or unlikely that a pressing emergency may give it strength and while it is weak in petty where local rivalries find a in a matter like in volving great principles and appealing directly to the con sentiment which Germans cheriih for their newfound it may act with vigour and certain effect This is that no effort of ihe more Liberal part of the Diet will be wanting to support and even urge on its inter On November Ihe 3rd resolutions were passed after a long and animated one of which called on the Im penal Commissioners to protect Ihe interests of Germany in Austria and while a more sweeping amendment was which embodied Ihe sentiments of the Ultra Demo crats the large msjorily which sanctioned the resolutions together with their moderate and decided gave earnes of immediate and consistent Thus we bave expec tations tbat the worst may be averted by tbe timelj inter vention of the Central if Austria possessed no CnrjvTRT REPRESENTATION OF THE WEST A large portion of the Liberals of the West Riding Yorkshire continue to express their disapproval of the Fitzwilliam as a candidate for the representation of the in the place of Lord Morpetb now the Earl of On Wednesday evening a meeting of county called by a circular from the Mayor of was held in ibe Music Hall of that to take into consideration the resolutions passed at a meeting of held at Norman ton on the 17th and at a meeting of Liberal delegates beld at Wakefield last Carbult was in the and the chief speakers were the an Independent minister James solicitor tbe Leeds agent of the West Riding Reform Association ac countant furniture broker and The meeting was unanimous in its condemnation of who was accused of political ignorance and and as having insulted the common sense of Yorkshiremen bv the meagre address which he put out on the 21th and which has already been Moat of the speakers admitted tbat if the Conservative as well as those of the Whig gave their support to he would be returned yet a resolution was passed to the effect tbat the persons assembled would withhold their support from soy candidate who did not declare himself in favour of tbe prin ciples of free of economy in the administration of the national of a gradual and safe extension of tbe and against any further endowment of religion by the Another meeting of the delegates beinR appointed to be held at Wakf field on those from Leeds were instructed to vote in favour of some candidate being brought out who would make the fourfold declaration just Nu other person was named as eligible for being a candi date but it was urged that one ought to be whatever was tbe If it be allowed to be elected without opposition on the jresent a great attempt would be made by the interest to oust Cobden at tbe next and place tbe representation virtually in the hands of thti two iristocratic houses of Wentworth and Great complaint was also made that the second address of which he promised last Saturday to issue bad not yet This second bearing date Wenlworth Wood No vember was posted throughout the West Riding on Thursday In this second of which the allowing is a the candidate makes no allusion to be resolutions passed at either Wakefield or omission which will certainly gall the THE ELECTORS OF THE VfEST HIDING OP TOBKSHIEE friends having now fixed an early day for the commencement of my I conceive that it may bo agreeable to you tbat I sliould express my opinions upon some af tht principal questions of present political interest more i length than seemed necessary in my original I was born and bred a friend to the general principles of free and I do not now any reeson for abandoning those principles m which I have been brought It appears to me that in the recent stagnation of which has arisen from causes over which legislation bas 110 the unfettered entry both of articles of consumption and of the raw materials of our manufactures has been of essential benefit to all classes of the Upon the generaTquestion of any further endowment of the Church bv the State I mast decline pledging It would e presumptuous in me to bind myself to any course of actiou upon a subject on which no special measure has litherto been introduced into or has excited public I must reserve to myself the power of giving a fair consideration to any such if It should unfettered jy previous engagements but if the question be narrowed to hat of providing for the Roman Catholic clergy of I do not hesitate to declare my opinion that it would be inexpe dient and unjust to tpx the property and industry of England ror such a With respect to I am of opinion that the public Snanees require tbe moat rigid and I nhall when in to prove myself a trusty guardian of the public To great organic changes I must confes that I rm not pre pared to give mysnpport The present condition of those great continental in which I myielf have fermerly witnesied vfben residing in the comfort and prosperity of the people affords a striking proof of the evil of sudden and precipitati even in cases where the undeniable imperfection o existing institutions call for a great On Tuesday the Baroness a fashionably ttired wbo was accompanied by her husband and ber the Countess Was brought before ilting at tbe Marylebone olice by police sergeant 15 nder the following extraordinary with laving stolen two valuable diamond the property of Sir of Royal The ou beinz said In the wbo wis Iben Aiiss was on a visit to me at my residence in as was the to whom she about to be and also the ber On the 26ih of that moutb I had written some and as going to a party in tbe ubich I was to iutro uce Ibe to my Icaung home I opened a orlable which I lookout aIng and put it on my nger the baroness asked mo to let her look at and I ave it into her From a small casket I took another wbich she also asked to look I gare it to aud he put it on her as the the After a few linutes I said to Give me tbose aud sbe I shall keep I pressed her very much to eturn but I coulJ Ret them from her and being nxious to save the post I quitted borne with my tbe arun walking itb me to the post This was on the aad on tbe nexl Thursday the the tbe countess and I had forgotten all about ho rings till they were On the next day Friday I ame up to London to recover if possible the articles which bad and repaired to tlieir residence in Thaver Manchester having been invited to be present t tbe wedding of tbe baroness and which was to laku lace on the Tbe countess presold me eagerly o stay and as soon as an opportunity was affurded ae 1 spoka to the baroness as she was going up aving called her aside for the and asked her for ie rings she made no but went In tbe ourse of five minutes sbe came down and What ere you saying to me just now To which I remarked hat I had asked her to bring me the Sbe affirmed Some at her aughter tbe baroness bad the rings in irongbton Have you seen the rings have Brongbton What do you consider to e tbe value of them I should say at least Eliza through whose information the Baroness as ultimately lived in the service of he Countess three and left last Saturday Bronghton Have you at any time been employed by he Baroness lo dispose of sir last Hay twelvemontbs she gave me two rings which she desired ie to pledge for at Lisson grove obtained tbat amount upon and gave the money into ie Baronesss own Immediately sbe received the ckets from me she tore them Baroness ell what did you leave my tbe ervice You thought I had opened your and had made free with its contents bull was uite innocent of anything of tbe Francis Best I am assistant to I emember two rings being pledged by a whom I elieve to be the last for Broughton lave you tbe or either of by Sir they were taken to Debenham and where were put up by aud bought in by y whom tbey have since been disposed Brougbton lat she knew nothing whatever respecting S Itercation and the coantess also denied tbat y whom they nave sincei been crongi ton E ror lhe citizens should not be To those Ascribe them if you One bad a largo he added bis to pnt an end horrorB of We have the happiness to live under a free constitution which has been formed by the introduction of ouchjudicious am successive changes as time aud experience have proved to be in accordance with those political principles on which my family has I can never be averse to such development of our iree institutions as circumstances may from time to lime point out to be Actuated ov these I rejoice in the establishment o municipal inatitutiont in the larger towns of England and 1 trust that the principle of self government may be still further as I concur wile Burke in the opinion that thepopular election of magistrates is one of tbe first of a free I am well aware of the kind indulgence which I may require of yon but you may at least rely upon an honest endeavour to discharge with fidelity whatever duties you may impose upon I have Ihe honour to Your most obedient FITZWILLIAM NAVAL PHISCE KDTGSTOWS November Royal Highness Prince George ol Cam accompanl Captain MDooa chip when tbe opportunity was availed o to exercise the ships crews of the Dragon and Bloodhound now Ijiug in the at the guns and The grea gnnt ol the Dragon were first brought into and tbe facilities of the fire to extinguish accidental fire were next The paddle box and other boats were then and a sham attack was made upon tbe Bloodhound repelled with great energy bj their After tome firing from tbe large gum in tbe bowa of tbe as well BJ from te small the boats struck tbeir colours and retired to Hack iu Here the active part of the sham figb ook place lk2 got into the and a bane o band combat with took which must hav nied by bis aide de the honourable visited Captain of her Majestys Extraordinary Charge against a Polish THE CAPITULATION OF The intejligence from Vienna is of the highest interest It appears from the German and even from official that the city bad unconditionally lurrendered ou the 30th The attack lasttd from the 38th to tbe iog of the when a truce was agreed upon which extended to tbo following day at Then the Hunga who had crossed the made an attack on the Imperial in which they were assisted by a sortie of Ihe but they were completely Lettpra received in Paris that it was on the 31st the Imperial troops penetrued in thr interior of after having Rained poisesaion all the White ilags had been hoisted ou tbe and the troops but they were received with a diecharge of grape Tbe bombrrdment was then and it is said that the Imperial pTd a portion of Ibe palace were pel on Olher reports that tliose buildings were buijt by the After tbe bombardment the cily surrendered on the and the troops occupied the the Kartner and the square ofSt The troops forced the get of tbe Burgthor and the Kart and carrird the palace by It is taid that the only portion of ibe paace which suffered the Gullerj of Natural Ou the let insiut the fire in the Im perir1 library was and it Wee txpecied to save the manuscripts and tho valuable The students de fended themselves to tbe last in the neighbourhood of tlie On thr 1st Instant they were still in posses sion of the Salzgrier The University was cc cupied by the Imperial and it is added that the batrack was carried by and that a great number of prisoners were captured with arms in their It is stated tbat General Bern bad carrying with him a large sum abstracted from tbe Before the ment Prince Windiscbgtatz had offered the insurgents the following A large Austrian flag shall be raised on the tower of and white flags are to be raised at the city gates as a sign of pacific The General of Baron and all the other are to be conducted to Hetzendorf with all the All tbe cannon tn the possession of the insurgents is to be transported to the artillery barracks of the Palace of All the other arms are to be deposited in the All the money in the possession of tbe National Guards aid of the armed corps is to be banded over without delay to the Municipal Those of the National Guards whom tbe Municipal Council shall propose as guards over the public buildings are to remain All tbese stipulations are to be carried Into effect before eight oclock on the afternoon of the otherwise tbe mi litary operations shall be On the 31st the Municipal Council announced that it accepted the terms offered by Prince and that the preliminary measures for disarming the population bad been tbo Major General of the National published a in which he elated that he had recommended a capitulation with Prince grdz in consequence of their ammunition being exhausted and their provisions being He likewise informed the population that the privileges granted by the and he has been a very kind and good friend while dging in tbe Champs at with my iamond in tbe set round with smaller and the tber had an emerald in the also set round witb tbe chief clerk to Sir Does tbe escription wbicb you hear given by the last witness agree with that ot lhe articles you have Hare Sergeant 15 this afternoon I was with Sir and met the Baroness iu a street near Ibis and by the direction of Sir Jobn I took her into Bronghton Did you tell her what sbe was barged with I She ebserved that she was and tbat the matter had been discussed Broughton to tbe if you wish lo say I am ready to hear have been in tbe habit of meeting Sir J edging In we had tho nse of his and having learned thst I tas about to be united to tbe Baron ou our return lo Lon be said he should act as papa at the and in tted us down to We went and although he uew I was engaged to the Baron he made me an offer of carriage al lhe same lime telling me that he should aake a much richer husband for me tban the one I had led On the Wednesday or Thursday he speaks of we were all in the when Sir Jobn took a ring from a ox This is a beautiful and he pnt it on my he also put upon it This belonged o my dear departed I gave them to my mother to ook having done which she gave them back to gave Ihem to the who returned them both to Sir bave heard wbat the pawnbroker iai do you say to thai he has had the it was not through Broughton to Sir Sir I need carcely remind you tbat you are upon your oath did you ever make an offer of marriage to this the Baroness Sir I can swear you see the rings passed to the Countess Sir did Tbe Baroness retained lossession of them ralher a curious circumstance thai ou should not bave demanded the rings back before tbe jarty left your Sir does seem rather but it happened to escape my Broughton lo the John swears thai there is no truth as lo his having made you an really Sir what I bave stated is the The Countess here stepped and Sir John was very attentive lo my daughter upon all and as she was not in the habit of rising he would go to he bedroom clap his aud coice down to after remarking upon the evidence ad and giving it as bis opinion that he could see nc reason for doubting the truth of the statement made by h witness remanded lhe Baroness till Tuesday n order to afford time for tbe to d all in his power with the view of tracing the rings be wa willing to lake bail for her future the Baron ber husband in and notber surety in half tha The Countess here addressed the S with your grey such revenge is unworthy o Tbe required recognizances were entered and thi parties qi required qnitted thi THE NEW Const OF CBIHIXAL para graphs in the daily journals on the subject of this court have reated an impression in tbe public mind that Ibe statute uhlch creates ihe Hew tribunal confers upon it a general jurisdiction over all appeals in criminal is not the It will be remembered tbat the efforts made by during the last session of Par to carry a measure giving a right of both on questions of fact as well as of in all criminal iroved unavailing Ihe acquiesced In he bill brought forward by Lord and now known n Ibe legal profession as Lord Campbells and it has become the law of the The statute in he lltb and 12lh is An Act or ibe furlber Amendment of the Criminal and tha irst section enacts that questions of law reserved on the trial of either at tbe assizes nnder any commis sion of oyer and terminer and general gaol or at the quarter may be reserved fer tbe consideration and judgment of ber Majestys common law in Westminster to be appointed for that accord ing to the provisions of lhe 3rd section of the This section enacts tbat tbe Commissioners to carry out tbe act shall consist of the whole of the common law five to be a of which tbe Lord Chief Justice ol the Queens the Lord Chief Jnstice of the Common or the Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer shall be tbe chief or In accordance with tbis enact an arrangement has been made by the judges them selves tbat tbe Commissioners sball consist for the present term of tbe following learned personages Lord Chief Baron Justice Jnstice Manle Justice and wbo will sil In ibe Exchequer The mode of procedure Is pre scribed by the and 5th Tbe first of these provides that tbe cases reserved shall be certified to the with the points of law raised at the by the judge or cbairman of the sessions at wbich tbe question may bave The Srd section that tbe judges after bearing counsel or shall deliver tbeir judg ments on each case in open in the same way as the judgments of tbe superior courts of common law at West minster and Dublin are now delivered and by the 5th sec tion il is Ibatif the judgment of the court below is tbe record of tbe conviction must be amendec Such are the leading features of the salutary il is confidenly will work bene ficially for the and the administration of the justici of the THB POLISH BALL AND on Than day the 16tb are happy to bear that tb exertions of tbe friends of Poland promise to be crowned with The arrangements for this annual entertain upon a scale of unusual have nearly been and DO doubt will meet witb universal apprcba Every precaution bas been taken to facilitate tht comfort and convenience of the A msgnificen brilliantly and embellished wltb shrubs am having been In addition to the otbe re f re fib ment rooms for ibe numerous company expected on tbe Tbe excellence of tbe under the abl direction of Benedict and Lindsay forms u itself a great comprising as tt does the moi eminent Miss Bassano Miss Mies the Misses and M Misi Mils Sims Reeves tf Charles Whltworth Signer and Fran and ne small feature of this musical treat wll consist in the performance of his own by tb celebrated who has never been hear before tbe public in Several distinguished person have signified their intention to honour tbe ball with thei and when the gay scene presented on the evemn of tbe ffite in the magnificent hung with flags an brilliantly and filled with a variety o rich dresses and gorgeous can be imagined it i not surprising to lee as it has ever fully an fashionably attended wltb the votaries of and man other anxious to testify their feelings in a righteon A RKUABKABLE IKSCBIPTIOK TJPOX A MOXTMBXT i Here lie tn bodies of Thomas Boad and hii Sh was and but she WiB prou and She was an wife an tender mother but ber husband and whom sbe love seldom saw her countenance except with a diigustiD while she received whom sbe wl an endearing Her behaviour was discreet towari but imprudent In ber Abroad ber co duct was influenced by good but at home by She was a professed enemy to and wi seldom known to praise or commend bat tbe talents which sbe principally excelled difference of oplnlo and discovering of flaws and Sbe was a admirable end without prodigality dispense plenty to every person In her but would sacnfi their eyes to a farthing Sbe sometimes made b husband happy witb her good bat much mo often miserable with ber many insomucb tbat thirty years cohabitation be often lamented that mavg all ber he had rot In the whole enjoyed two year of matrimonial At finding sbe bad lo tbe effectloni of her as well as the regard of h neighbours family disputes having been divulged by se she died of July in tbe 48 year of ber Her wornout husband survived for raunibs and two aged William brother the erected this stone as a weekly monitor i surviving wives of this that they may avoid t infamy of having their memories hinded down to poateri Lwith a patchwork vil The following particulars relative to the event of the 28th d 29h are contained in the Schlesische On tbe 28th tbe most violent cannonade was raging from n oclock till Tbe inhabitants of tbe burbs fought with the greatest bravery on tbe other the courage of the military did not yield to In nsequence of a very lively skirmish the troops began to orm the lines on several Those of Jellachich par cnlarly distinguished as they stormed thirty irricades within three At seven oclock In tbe ening again four different parts of the suburbs were on especially in tbe faubourg Wieden and in the Laud where between thirty and forty bouses were burnt At eleven oclock at night nothing as yet was de bey end the victorious advance of tbe The habitants of tbe city itself were said to have raised white igs of truce as early as the preceding were torn down by the e commander of the National had proclaimed ariial and threatened with capital punishment alt ose who should fihut their On the other rinco Windiscbgriiz had threatened with the same fate those who should not shut tbeir doors and le deputies sent into the camp thought fit not to com m uni te this proclamation to ibe Only a few shells were rown on the evening of the as a means to inspire Tbey were directed against the but a eat number of rockets and shrapnells were thrown on e following On the at midday the troops were i ready on the at a distance of only 200 to 400 steps om tbo wall of the inner Accounts in the JJreslauer dated tbe state that tbe men tacked the left wing of Windiscbgratzs and the right of ellachlchs MessenbauBer made a sally from a gate the vicinity of the Red The it was were completely and driven to tbe Prince on tbe at welve sent tbe following telegraphic despatch to aron tbe Minister Vienna unconditionally submits this day my soldiers will nter Vienna to It was reported that soon after the commencement of the attle a great part of the Hungarian troops went over to the among others the regiment Letters received in Paris from dated the 2d announce that several hundred of the insurgents In iat city bad been Prince Windlscbgralz had ublisbed a In wbicb he declared that the onditions be had previously proposed were null and n consequence capitulation having been he Academic Legion was declared to be for ever Whoever ihall be a Of having attempted U mislead Imperial troops into breaking their faith b Whoever by word or deed eiciles to or who compile with au instigation to revolt c Whoever in case of a street assemblage dees not withdraw at the first warning on the part of the public authorities and d Whoever at a riotous nserablage shall bo aeizeJ with weapons in his will be tried bv court The Municipal Council has to take care that all barricades in the dtj or shall bo and that the pav meut shall be Although during tho state of siege all public officials will remain undisturbed in the discharge of their functions as the railitiiiy authorities will during that timo assume ull busi ness which tends to the mantenance of and safety in the capital and its tho Municipal Council Coramandanturu of the ivtrusteil with those have henceforth onl to c operate for that purpose in such a manner as roaj seem lit to mitary In order to attain the oljcct of tho state of which can bo no other thsu to prepr e tho transition from anarchy to an an J Central Com under ho of Major General Ilaruu Cordon whom I appoint Commandant of the cilv will cwmluct tbe business in such a manner as has become necessary by the state of and the Provincial Government of Nether us wtH as the Command an lure of the are referred to their Prince Imperial Fluid Head November The Prfiissischc Steals Ameigtr of lii 5h has a letter under date the 2J from which The cnntlagration in the Castle has been said to have occasioned but little Ttie books in tbe library are as well as the monument of Ca nova iu the Church of the even the Museum of Natural History has not suffered Today the bouses in the city are beinp learn that the German troopa arfl to remain and the non German divisions of the army have been ordered to observe and pursue the is said to have been ar rested in KloBter Neuburg Kiister in Tbe aide de camp of Bern has also been but tbe General himself has hitherto Tbe following proclamation of Messenhauser leaves little doubt as to the manner in wbich the capitulation jast en tered into would have been kept by the city if the Hungarians had been THE SnnE OF TLe battle appears to be drawing towards Oberlin acd The fog prevents me from bating a clear Hitherto the HHngarians appear to be advancing In a defeated aimv shall approach the walls of the it will be the duty of all armed bodies to assemble tnder PJH even without Provisional quarter to ono Wiih respect to ihe reported pillage of the we have learnt on good authority tbat tbo plundering of several houses from which the insurgents fired on the seldiers could not possibly be avoided at the storming some who forced their way into other dwellings in order to plunder according to the notice previ ously been punished with The artillery fight with the Hungarians on the 30th appears to bave occasioued greater losses on both sides than was at first General in consequence of a quarrel with did not command tho Hungarian Kossuth himself was present with the Hungarian army it is led on the left The Hun it avoided a regular engagement they also kept a sharp look out on their few regular whose desertion they were It is thought tbat the Hungarian after retreating from the Austrian marched against General who had ad vanced with men from Galicia into ihe northern part of and according lo had beaten the Magyar troops opposing The Diet was prorogued on the 1st to meet again at Kremsieron the 15th ins Prince Felii when passing on ordered the doors of the build ing where the Diet holds its sittings to be All ihe entrances to the galleries were occupied with The was compelled lo be An immense number of arrests pro taking The gates are shut against It is asserted that tbe new has been formed at It is composed as Presi dent without portefeiiiile Prince Felix Foreign Affairs Alexander Interior cation Commerce Fi From a description of the conduct of Prince Windischgratz since liis arrival before and of the capitulation of the written at the Head quarters at on the 1st we extract the following We remark that tbe whole representation of the course of events partakes much of the character of an official On the morning of ihe 31st of October delegates of the Municipal wilb the decli Letteri from Linz ot the published in the Augsburg Garttte of the 4th confirm the news of the defeat ol the Hungarian which consisted of for the most part irregular Tho rout was Tha Hungarians were and compelled to cross the fron tier in the greatest A traveller from who arrived at Linz on tbe 1st at heard on the road a loud so that tbe engagement bad evidently not spirits of the of art is are quite cast Tho state of siege will not be i lenient as at Frankfort or The soldiers occupy 1 the streets and public The Croats have pillaged o It is not as that the people t fire to the Imperial Castle aud Uindiscbgraiz as wrong in say ing so in his Ii was merely a ctext to make Lists of proscription are beinjf iu which appcr some Radical journalists and Eicers of the Academic it is pre readv and others have killed themselves in Tho system of enpionage is extensively carried o one can leave the the deputies even being refused Yesterday JelUchicIi made a triumphant procesiion rough at ihe lieud of his KeJ T3it imarancu of tht se soldiers in their chequered a very imaqrifaule The damage cnuhcd by the firo niid the bombardment has cen much Nothing certain ia vet known as ihe number of tho killed on the side of the ll slid lo amount to ae many as The army has so lost a great number of and many but is forbidden to tho officers to disclose the frnm ten in ibe mornvie ihe the fugitive Hungarian troops have been rriviug More than mfu have been ludped in ie barracks here to At four yesterday if oBeutb had a conference with several principally Ibe National He stated lhat ho would withdraw ith the greater part of bis army to and and that the Preeburghians hid only to defend them Ives egainst the enemy that was It is not that tbe authorities and the National Guard will poae any great reiistsnce when it arrives before the walls be ibe taken the fortified town of made COO and killed 300 of the He is now efore fortified town of whither have ed some dragoons and other soldiers to join the bere will be an obstinate struggle at the bridge across the Tbe news from Transylvania is not so Field arsbal de Commander of has put nuelf at the head of the but the Szekles have re Bed to obey and of them have sworn to die for o independence of he National Guard is disbanded for a ten ill newspapers and clubs are not It is forbidden or more tban 10 persons to assemble iu tbe streets omiciliary visits are being made to discover depots ol rms aud all persons not natives of the city are he Diet is and Prince Windischgratz bas eclared it lo be an illegal Tbe Deputies jsembled on tbe previous but Prince Felix lerg expelled and occupied the ball with I s said tbat a new Ministry has been of wbicb Baron Vessembergis the without a portfolio Prince Felix Minister for Foreign Affairs Bach of the Interior War Public Instruction The gates of lhe city are end al lommnnicatiou with the faubourgs is cut Tbe fire ha jeen extinguished in Ihe where it caused but Huh Tbe books iu the Imperial library bad been saved be German troops remained in the ayd iad been sent in pursuit of tbe It was salt bat Schulte had been arrested at am Cnster at General Bern had but bis aide le camp had been A dated tbe 30th announces that thi Smperor was expected to take np his residence in that city The Preiuiische Staati Anzeiger contains the reclamation of Prince Windiscbgraiz In ordering tbe Imperial troops under my command to nter tbe capital of I am in pursuance of mj reclamation of tbe 23d of to make generally know tiose measures execution of wbich I consider at ible for the restoration of legal which bas been shaken tc i Although the en the 30th announced iu surrender till tbe conditions npon were broken by the mos iiigrace jl I therefore decree as wilhou teeding tbe acl of The city of its suburbs and environs to tbe distance 1 two are declared in a state of Thereby it i mplied tbat all local authorities during tbe state of siege are lonncil appeared before Prince Windiicbgratz Jaration that the greater ppilion of the burghers re Inclined to accept without resistance all thecondi ons imposed by the Field but that they were far o weak to resist tbe power of the demecratical club of th and that of their the ermet rolst who together exercised actual The elepates asserted tbat they were not able to render tbeir wn wishes in the slightest degree so that they were bliged to implore the Field Marshals protection for thei rsons and their as the insurgent borde intended bury themselves under the ruins rid the conflagration o ie The Field Marshal on the afternoon of the 31st of Octobe rdered bis troops to advance by the When they speared on the glacis a brisk fire was opened upon them om tbe bastions of tbe inner into which all the in urgenta had It was closely surrounded by thi On the same evening the strongly barricade iurgthor was forced open by ihe volleys of the Imperialists was then and eight guns were The Pro eiarian bad set fire to the building of the Imperial library ie roof of which burnt but Ibe rest of the buildtn nd the whole caslle was saved by the entrance of on Tho military havo now occupied the whole the sub ission of after U had rejected with an ven to the neglect of all more lenient offers has een entirely completed by tbe force of The Schtsische under date the 2nd inat nbllsbes tbe following reply of the Emperor to the addrei f the deputation from The Commander in Chief charged with the directions of tt military operations against Vienna bas tried everything to avoi be application of compulsory It was only after Ion iiesitauon that extreme measures were resorted and I hop aat the present exceptional state of Vienna will soon an tut tbe apprehensions entertained by the population of Pragu will shortly oe completely Just now I am not ensbta o pronounce my views on that subject in a more decidec The not at all satisfied witb this sen telegraphic despatch lo the Bohemian Provincial Govern Tbey then drew np a second In which thi enew their demands and express tbeir conviction that onl by the eivil authorities legal order in Vienna could be r They from what they themselves had exp at tbe fearful and unlucky consequences a state of siege for tbe town and for the whole t whole procedure of a court the system of denanci tion necessarily connected with ana tbe losses whit constitutional liberty had to Tbey were Induced b heir human sympathies to protest against such an lonal state but ftr more consideration bat tbe Interests of tbe rest of the Austrian provinces wert according to tbe ontained in section reoderec ubordinate to the military The Academical Legion and tbe National Guard are not a reorganisation of th The general where it bas not yet taken must be executed by the Municipal Council wilhin t lours after tbu proclamation has been At th termination of that time a second aud last order for the up of weapons will be issued and 12 hours after it has bee jlacarded the houses will be and whosoever shall b ronod in possession of weapons of any kind will b arrested and tried by court Exceptcd from this disarmament are only the gusrd of safety the military police and the finance who wi discharge their uicil Likewise those fanctionarie by their personal have the right of wearing sword with their are Those weapons which are nrivate if marked wit the proprietors will be kept Ah political clubs are closed all assemblies in the stree id in the public exceeding the number of ar forbidden all inns and coffee homes are to be shut in the inne city at eleven aud in the suburbs and environs at te Those who shall act contrarv to this decree will be arrested aid sent before a court The public press for the remaiu restrictei according to the provisions of section 4 of the proclamation t the 22 1 of October and the and posting of pi and pamphlets is not allowed unless the penni the military authorities have beau demanded an To those who infringethis order tbe treatment threatened i tbe preceding will be The provisions contained ia paragraph 6 of the proclam tion of tbe 23rd of iccordiog to which all foreigne unable to show sufficient cause for tbeir residence ore toleav tha are extended to all Aaitrians tn a similar positio who do not regularly live at This mfunre will be executed by the Commandant of tl who by special to be given in by the the will get at correct information at to the number persons belonging to the above mentioned Proprietors of houses who should deliberately conceal ll name of one of their or who not giro notice a newlj arrived lodger within the time fixed by tbe poll will be arrested and tried by court The Kolntsche Zeitunq gives tho respective numbers of ie different nationalities which compose the population of ie Austrian monarchy as follow to the latest timalea ihere are Germans in constHut ig above onefifth of tho entire and iu a compact they live only in tbe rchduchy of in the grealer northern half of i a large part of In a smaller part of and n the greater northern part of nearly Olher 1 to live on tha ortbern and western borders of more Ingled with in Moravia and Austrian n the Hungarian provinces there are of or of whom live in whore they re not so much interspersed with foreign tribes as in the her Tbe number nf Sclavonians amounts to abovo tbreeaevonths of Ihe whole of them are and Illyro ervians and The first amed tribes inhabit the larger part of Bohemia and the wholo of Galicia and north of sa hat the northern part of the monarchy is occupied by them u a broad and uninterrupted line the IllyroServians xtend in tbe bonth from the coasts of tho Adriatic almost tbe frontiers of Tho Italian population in ombardy and In South and on the coasts of lyria and amounts to The SValla in form chiefly the population of and of the eastern frontiers of Hungary Tbe seat of the amounting to in tbe plains of middle Hungary but they are every here intersected by Sclavonians and of ransjlvania is also inhabited by ihem and by the nbe number of gipsies in Austria amounts to and iat of Jews to ADD The Tribune of the Gironde gives the flowing interesting particulars of and his amily Thanks to the friendly interference of the officer ho bas wholly devoted himself to the noble mission ol llcviating the exile of this great fallen we obained the avour of a private Wo found the Emir seated on ia bed on our entrance he immediately rose and squeezed ur hand witb warmth and His stature is above the verage bis white woollen clothes exhibit In fine relief his nperb which is adorned with a long black beard j bis white hands are perfectly and bis feet seem urprised to tho softness of after bavinj een so long accustomed to tread the Since lave confided myself to the honour of the emarked the I have not bad occasion to repent it a ingle and I can well understand that weighty rea ons at present prevent the realisation of my dearest o live and die at I will Here his fine black nog e I onnd up in many respects wilb those of and tbat a violation of constitutional rights would react in tbe most detrimental way on ibe wbole Baron Von Wessemberg bos sent tbe following circular i all Ibe Austrian Ambasitdors at the German The late events at Vienna have in Germany been partly viewed in a wrong light In order to form a more corroct judg ment on the attention ought to be directed to the follow ast points Tbe military operations wbich at the present moment take1 llace under hn nf Vienna have but onn nhjnct he suppression of anarchy and the reestablishment of legal It has never entered the thoughts of the Emperor or of ila Governmeat to retract the guaranteed or to realize he chimera put forward under the name of reaction by the anarchical much less to conquer for one of the Austrian nationalities supremacy over the There it no strife of cation ali no change of the monarchy into a Sclavouian as the German preea believes or pretends to a combat of order against of legal without which no government can against ofprcMrra iou against We cannot but denominate it a con taion of a misconception of if another meaning be given to this The revolution has pnt ou a German Tha German colours become those of the anarchical The the and the welfare of the protection of which which uses those colours and those objects for its own pernicious desii His Majesty the Emperor and bis government are firmly resolved to cany on IhU combat with all the meant at their These means have been more accurately designated by Ibe manifestoes of the IflCi aud 10th Tbe military measures have already been carried into An army of nearly commanded by Prince who baa taken bis bead quarters at is blockading the anil I bave reason lo entertain the hope tbat the more immediate object of those operations will be shortly At tbe same time his Majesty has thought fit to transfer tbe Diet from and to convoke it to meet at Kremsier on lhe 15th of BABOX VON Tbe Qaitttc of Ihe 4lb Instant states that perfect tranquillily bad been restored al Vienna in consequence ol tbe excellent discipline establised b Prince who bad ordered tbat some soldiers should be shot for having pillaged the It was reported that the Prince had been fired It was likewise said Ibat a part of lhe Nalional Guards had refused to surrender Iheir arms Prince Wlndiscbgrttz and Baron Jellachich had esublishec their quarters In the Imperial Tbe leader of the Academic Legion bad been together witb an aidi He crttnp of General General Cordon ha been appointed governor of the the expression of wbich is at once melancholy became suddenly and darted me word bad electrified and that word was uttered by a female Abd el Kader really looked Ha recovered his habitual expression of and only spoke to us of the fatigues of his journey and the uncertainty of bis present The women forming he family of the Emir are lodged In a suite of three rooms Coining bis own His mother inhabits the most distant Bhe is a woman of 70 years of witb a sad and dejected but her eyes sparkle occasionally like those of her Sbe was indisposed when we visited and was reclining on a before an immense surrounded by young black and wblte female irho appeared to serve her with great zeal and u tbe second room were the three coloured wives of AbdelKader on their with their children ia tbeir The faces of tbe latter are very pretty tbeir heads are entirely shaved they say Son jour and shake bands very The women are all habited in white a sort of long and double tunica of muslin or fastened at tbe breast by chains of on their naked feet tbey wear rings of tbo same Their head dress conceals their hair entirely their ears are pierced for immense eai rings wbicb reach as low as their Some of the women in this room were tattooed on tbe face and in the most curioui manner tbey appeared resigned to tbeir but mncb as tonished at tbe scenes of tbe surrounding The third room ii tbe most curious of It IB a large ened by the partial closing of the tbe faint light that obtains ingress being increased by tbat of an enormous Here we found tha white wife of the on a leg over ber children at She is about 40 years and her face Is and though the expression be what it is by uo means Her white garments arc finer and neater of tbe sad gUoce seemed to ask Heaven what would be the fate of her unhappy Of the two daughters ol he ono is a superb Her face is one of thoio deal ones that haunt the imaginations of and her are such as when once seen can never be forgotten 3er bare perfectly are encircled with very simple bracelets her hair is adorned with a large and some which announce tbat the women of tho lesert are as vain and as fond of borrowing tbe foreign aid of ornament as their more and therefore less ex a sable sisters of IVOSXIODB PLATE On Than Charles was placed at the bar of Marylebone on remand from tbe 2d charged with baving stolen s quantity of tbe property of Dorset Dorset Tbe facts elicited on tbe first inquiry were jriefly the se Between seven and eight in tbe morning of the 2d tbe prisoner went to Savages and asked If he the attended a lady named n Portman saying that if he did he was required to make all possible haste to ber as she was taken suddenly ill the maidservant went up stairs to speak to aer leaving the prisoner in the and on ccmlng through the dining room to give him an sbe missed from the table four silver spoons and a pair of silver longs with macb presence of mind she closed tbe which she and at once taxed the prisoner with having the articles of plate In bis He at length gave np to her the whole of tbat be was a very un fortunate Sbe gave an and the prisoner was conveyed to the station To day the following addi tional cases were gone Into Harriett servant to Warwick Belgrave deposed on a about two months tha prisoner rang the bell between six and seven and on ber opening the door to he said he wanted to see the She told him he was not and was to rlag the night when the prisoner bfgged she woul uot do as It wenld be a pity to disturb him in tbat and tbat half an bour hence would perhaps do as She witness tben went up stairs to tell ber master be was and when she returned through the dining room in order to give the prisoner an she found tbat be bad taking with him from the room named four silver f and had taken from the hall a next case was for robbing the bouse of George Bennet case was and It was shown on the 27th the prisoner stole a tea value from the house of Upper Kenntnglon None of the property bad been with the exception of Savages whlcb was produced and Porter said tbat there were fire or six other parties present who bad been robbed by tbe prisoner under similar circum magistrate said four cases had been and upon them be should send the prisoner for who denied all knowledge of the except fa the case of was fully committed upon fuur   

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