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   New York Daily-Times (Newspaper) - January 5, 1853, New York, New York                                ptbUalnatl XVBT at Ko. 113 RAUAV-tTmiXT, and ta daUrtrad ta hi Raw-York, Brcwkiya, WUllunabTirt and fa TWB.TB A HAIJ Cximawaak. eopiaa, Two Cum. ayaar: ill TwoDoDan t, Half moathj, Oaa Dollar and a Thiw PMttn ta adTaaea raqairad In all witft Country TUT DULY TOIZI, irat to any part of Uia paJd la adrtnoa at whan dallrand MBU pw qoarUT, or H par aanua. THK HKW-YOaK KVXIfllfO TIMKS. VVMUgaO) KTEKT Brwnna, cnxpttd. Oaa will laanod at 1. and the other at 3 o'olnek, P.M. Mat bTBUll, or told at tha aama rataa aj tha VHE IfKW-TORK WKKKI.T TIMES. ncwarArlK Pol THK CaoHTiY. la pub' BATOEDAT MOIHTHG, at low price of Two JtnTTtH par aniom. Tan for FlPTCin DOLLABI. capita for TWISTY DOLLiai, will nnttbona and papar In no un contlnaed hcynnd which payment made, on WnKLT WBi by mail for aaa yaar, aj follows: tha fltata................................11 renta. United SUtM.......................K canU. TaTttKS FOR CALIFORNIA, A LUM OF EIOHT PiOEs, or Forty-Elfht op azpnuly for circulation In California if Itluuli, and contain in( only to readara in thoM acctlona of the country, ii on tha dapartora of Mail itaamcr. Price la all euaa mut In RAYMOND. JONKB a; CO.. Publlihen. SPECIAL NOTICES. H MEW-VOMK CHYSTiL PALACE. .tf ITotlce liven by the Anaclation Tar the OF TUB INDUSTRY OF ALL NA- all in America deiiroun of Induilr al Eihibition to be tpencd tu tha City of Haw.Ymk in May, IU3. All deaiiuui obtaining a place m the Build- iff, on Beferroir Squara. in the City of New-York, Anoeiation f-r the Kilnhitmn of the Indaitry of All are rcqueited to itnd in their Application! far tint day of tTt-brutry, n'jJ iinmeJia'nly mfter which data the will proceed to decide on 4ppllcaHooa and allot Spice. Application ouiit furuiih the Eilubitor'i ami in loll, and n hither be u Miiufacturer. Pro prjator. or Acrtit It must n. COUCIIB drM-nptiuu ol Ulaarttiltaufftred for Eihlhmou, and a statement uf of the Space n' un liy Balfbtk and Length if oa Klucr or Caanter by Leujlh iiadVBmdth. be signed by the persons prnpoamt to and be to the Sulnrrilier, at thi elHreof thfAiaaciatloP. No a Broadway, New-York. Tke AtTClatieu hopes that tttention wilt he Rlvrn to the ICTma of thu uctice. and that iti reiiuire.nieuts 4CmiitfaUy observed in makin? appln aiioni Ily W WHKTTKN'.e.crcury. Ha charge made to fur space i, 1153. Enaenlo Lnttlla'a Third I.rctnrs on ihr Aru, applied (practically) tn r.iinniKrre anil Martiit.ic- tttrvs, wjU be deliv.rrd eu WEDNKsUAY at Hope Chapel, Nu a'. B u k far the Single tirkot. j -.halims. to liad at tbe door. Lectures HENKV GIKKS. will THIS EVKNINU. llltl ni Ihfiniri.) mt Broadway Tabernacle. Su'-jeit .Won ul A t.ur Mn Social Do.irf open at LrMiirv at I Tickitf nn t M E. Cb.u7CR on WEDNESDAY EVEMNU. 5. Tickslf. 1IJ conti. Doors open at o'rlix-k, to commsBce at Itioio friindly tu tliu mriud to attend. Mereontlle Library The a.unii-tl for oltreri of tan will be tha roonif, Clinton Hall, oji TUK8D AY Jan IB. Pulls open aVna A. Bf until 6 o'clock P M. By ordsr. JOSEPH BLACK. Recording Sscrslary, ,w VOL. II.....NO. NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1853. PRICE TWO CENTS. Dailt} 'Ifaw-Vark Hlalorlral Society -COVHiE OF the Benefit nf tlie Firo- Fand The tfonrth Lecture w II Metropolitan Halt, on THUR8IIAY EVCNINO. JaB 4. by Hen JOHN A Dii.on ihe (Mir f If tie- Yurk. itt Growth, lieslinift and ll'tltit" Tha douri will be upsu atTo'cloclr.; thr Lectnre l.i lie 8 Tieksls to ibd C'-u v (admi'ting .1 C-rn tlavan ind to Ten I.enurrs, and Ihe holdar tn Hr. CHOATE'B Tu a uugti Lecture, Fi> rv Coana TickeU may bs prwuiuJ at tue af HORACE H HOOHE, Eirhnnrr. APIM.K TON CO..No 260 Broadway C 8 FKANClS k uO., No. Broadway EVAN i t BRlTTAN. SJ7 at tba Library Hoomi in tue Urmernty, tod tingle tickets at ths coor on ihe evening "f each Lec'ure AUGUSTUS SCHELL.i FHANCIS L. HA JCunmittee. H MOORE, t aW Spiritual Cammnnlcatlona with IDA Dertd Profetner A. 31 ,w illdclnpr Ue fllst of two Ipr.tuien ou Spuuual lulercnurift, at tin Broad Taborcar.le, on FHI11A1 EVENINU ueti Jan. Subject, till Intermediate State, ar, fV Haul ht Itttn and lite Renrrtclion Sf mid Wture on KHI DAY, Jan 14. f ttbjeci. Modern a-, J'-ti-mlnl Jtlermtrii ifuA tke Iffad. Dwmoptnit 6J o'clock. I.er- .tam toaommencc at 7t- 2j cenli t.i eirh lecture ka4at thedooron thueveniujof the lei-tart. GT'Deafnesi and Blindness Pr LUTKNKH, No WPrince it ,twado n taitot Broadway. rVew-Yurk, Useicluniva atuntion to ol the eyn and n u, dnily from 10 o'clock until 4 DeaUm noises in, and from the eir cored also, short, weak, ami impeTfrcl light nstorad. LATEST INTELLIGENCE 83? EeUutaf to tje Sails Namlnntlcn of Mr. Appolnlments. ic. Smnll-1'ax Kailnc In Tne Ccuiral Amerlcno Abstracted. Special Dupatch to the Iffic- York Daily Times WASHINGTON, Tueiday, Jan. The President to-day nominatud Senator RATIO IR for Judge of the Supreme Court. Some think he will be confirmed. More think not. Tho DcmocrutH lu the Senate will hnld a cau- cus in relation to tho noinuiiition. Tho following nppotiitmonts were Hindu by Sec- retary COKYVIN ADRAIIAH MILLER, Inspecior of Steamers' Hulls, and S. S. WARD, Inspector of Bolters, New-London; NATHANIEL. NASIT, Inspec- tor of Hulls, and GARRETT D. DAVIS, of Boilers, Norfolk, Va. Salary of each S-100. Tho ateamer Fulton has arrived from and reports that tho Small- Pox waa raging to an awful extent at that port. This may deter Air. KINO from going thither. Hon. JAMES UUCHANAN is in the city on a visit to Mr. KINO. The of Illinois, now in session, will probably reeled Mr. DOUGLAS. The correspondence sent to the Snnate to-day, in answer to Mr. CABS'S ruooluUoii, was surreptiti- ously abstracted from the Seriate by a reporter for a New-York paper. Air. CABS and the officers of thu Scnnte are much inceriaed ai thin ungnnllo- manly violation of trust. The document was sent to the Committee-room to bo copied, when the re- porter carried it oil, without permismori, before the oflicera had recorded it. The documoota were not important, except m the following point 'When the CLAYTON Treaty relating to Central America WAB negotiated, Mr. UULWKK gave tio- tice to Mr. CI.AVTOV that the against Brit- ish Colonization thrre wan not to ho understood aa applying to Urltish Ilpmluras and the Islands in tho Hay. Mr. CLAYTON accepted the netilication, at the Bnrnn Utnci saying that lie wan not to tin un- derstood an any Opinion to I rent Dntain's title in the country, either way. Tills portion 4if the negotiation waa never cdunnuni cated to thu Senate, ami dio Truaty was ratified. If it had been known in the Senate that thoae notes had passed, Mr. CASS would have voted againat the Treaty, as would nearly all the Demo- As it wild, Mr K i NU Inttirntd it and pledged reputation fur iti propriety and so it was rati- liud, although there were strong auspicious thun that all was uot Thoro is cmiHidorablo 01- cltf nicnt ulimit tin: mattur. Tim Tiipartitr Trcnty Ciirrespondonco will COluc in imirrtiw. Mr BKAUV'S nrgumriit in UIP KANI case to- da) was able. HP animadvert? J strougly on the British liovernrnelit'a witlnlrawal of coutiiot. _ Poat Offlce, Ca'lfor- U HBIU U SMS UtiTin, via AipiuwaU. dlraet, ai ihn office on Wednesday, Jan i. ;it l P. M __________ WM. V.BRADY. P. U. V Mercantile Llbrarr ananai ol tha nf thu Amvoriaifoa will Held fn CUaton Hall, sn THURSDAY. Jan. ll. Bv urdar r.f JOSEPH BLACK, Re oidnc Secretary. Amnsementa. is one of the regular" nights, when the old cast of entertaiunmnt.s and old are on the bill. For the nrstiirnc for msny KBIWIT'S comedy, I.tw anil la to br played, with a bailel.'a force, and a variety enough lor "tie nijhi't eniertniiimcnt. To mor- rcrw, Madame Ai BO.II nppcars again in Opera. this'house we have Ma7.nppa lor the last time but one, followed by Ihe of La anil the ronuc ballet of The Millers the twelfth time the laughter- provoking Paris and and the Hovel Ki- pedMiu." The Road to will be or- here this evening, arid wn advise our friends to i BMraalnled with It. Forewarned is forewarned, t knowledge, makes a practical wliuli, by the ta the title of the afterpiece. Thumb, afternoon and evening, jne entertalnnienti. our rll'urti to i tbeir InexliauitililamoriiK   Jin. t, Mr. MAI.I.ORV In tl.iy. Mr. HiiKiKit oflercd a resolution tlie em- plnjlncnt ol a L'krk lo the President ol itieScnalf fir Bnul the adoption ol the resolution would be cratlt'yinf to the ln.1'- 1'ifmdeiit oftbe Seiiutu Mr whu WJB rmnr (in no ount at ill leaving our tnuren. ThcreMiluiion was aduiilPil. REsot i nous. Mr. ufTrrcii a resolution rnlling a ropy of ttie report ol' the Hunnl "f Oflli-ern wln> tha (several ]tlans lur an enlarged culial arounil the f-'alS ol (lino. Adopted. Mr. Ct.ARKK a jnint rr'Kiiliitinn cxp'iintory of the appropriation ol In, the RivHr ami Harbor Dill, for tlio removal ol a nirk at the iinnnh of the Se'konk III i IT in I'roinlsrii'e Jlirbur. Mr.. CLABKE said no rock bad bean fuunJ tlitrc, and thla rcsiilutioii was to allow tha nuiory in hit to tbe removal nf nlmiructionB lo navijntlmi It con- sidered anil jiiaaed. THE A.HXaTllErtl AUTNT. On the mot'nin of Mr. SMI rn the pctitnui of Ihe heir of Dr. WELLS for the rownrd for tne discovery of the Ana-attutif Agrutln surgical wan mkcn up. lie withdrew all objocnun to referring it tu tho Military Mr. SHIELDS renewed the motion to refer U to a Se- lect Committee. After a dabate ll was referred to Select and other mamorlala on the anbject were referred tu tbe same Committee. roacioH roucr. Mr. Introduced a jntat resolution an fie it rcsolv ed, 1 hat Ihe United Statae do hfebv diclars thai Amprican Coiiliuouta by the free anj luueimaueat cuud tiun which aavnuttd and oza htncefoiili aot tu be eniiBiilernl us fur I'i'uru by any fw-wt-i. aqd wlule sbnuld lilt itfjHCteU, uid will be by HID United Staloi, ihcy I owe it in their safety and tu anuounrn, aa i they now do that no fnmm Kumpnan colony or domininu iliall, vtitli tlieir bi plantsd or un any j.artnf ihr Nnrth Coiumpnl; and ihoulit trip attempt rie thus ilelihnratn j dxcUre tlsi It will be an ai't lu rtgtintltias nf tlirir inlercili and 1'ieii iafftr. aar wiurh will tbeui f'rp tt. adnpt niir.li nitiisurew aa au imlJv auojt in ilPIPIKe of iti ligii'i anil Hi Andnr il Ivrihrr rtsvlceJ, I hat while Uuiteil R'atna ilu claim any ilpup rn npnn tho Ii-.nnd ni Cubn. mrouiiHiout with ho Inwt ol auitl -i Ii tlieir duliea loSptiu, thry runaidcr it dut ti> tha vai inipoilnnrr uflliu .tutiicci to niaif known, lolrmn manner, that they thnild ir.w all on the part of anv other (lower to whether r.ilily ur furciblv, of ibat talanil, whir h, a caviil or militai y poAiliun, IUURI, undnr r.i cum- ktanfi-s to IIP fcmimun bi-r-mnc to their Puullii ru t'lmst. to the U'l'f of ileur and lo m >uth uf ibe Mi'ttiuppi. unfriendly ti'ti directed axsiuit tnsru, and In bu lenmtd by utl the m thrir power The resolution was ordered lo be printed. BILLS HXPOBTF.n AND PASSED. Mr. SHIELDS reported a bill lo discharge Ihe judg- ments obtained againat Colonel FaE.vo.iT in Europe for liabilities Incurred in California. The bill appropriates tl'J.500 to pa> fuur bills of ex- change, drawn by defray military expenses in Csliforola, and on which he hss been ailed and obtained againat also reasona- ble for defence. Meiara. SHIELDS, CAKS, and BADOEB support- ed the hill. Mr. BUTLKB said he had the utmnd eonidnnrom Cul. FlIMo.iT'a discretion, and woulit therefore vote fur Itiia bill, but he would oppose such bills generally. The bill was then The bill extending the patent of MOBSI ft HASCA.LL for a harvesting machine was taken up, and aftor a long laid on tha table. The bill reviving the acls, granting pemiions tn ths nf Revolutionary soldiers, and extending them to witiowa of soldiers of the war of 1611, waa taken up, debatrd and paused. Tlio bill increasing the salary of fudge of the Criminal Couit of the Dial net of Columbia to a year, WHS CONDUVT Of COMMODORE MOBOAN. Mr IJiLl's reaolutiun calling for information ai to tbe conduct of Commodore MortoiN whllo in Iho Medicerra- nean, wan taken up. ll an fulloTi Ktiolrtd. That the Hecretary of tho Navy he direr.red to mlurui tlie the iinmoor nf the Umtnd U2pi Indrpindtitct. the of the McditoiraaBon ruminanded bj IMM.KS W Munin.N. at ira after her ai rival at Naples. iho Mth Septomhir, tail, nultl alia sailed lliixicr lor the (Tnitnd States, on the 29 h Uiii; luiw many dnja IBM! thip wan atancnorln Uie Uay or harbo' ol Naplei, md how lour at Bpeizia or other fiur's dunii; that period what oortluu uf Ilia afora- aid a half paitrd on ehure.anil hnrr mnch of it ou tHiard bi >aio MunnAH what la tha os- tlrnatrd uprnie nf a slup of tne nlain nf the Indeftndenx, prnperly nftirered nnd DinnnrO perdnj- or per joar; whether saiil BfloHOAN, nilhnat authonty from Ibe Department, while )n> thip wan Iriar. a anchor in tha Biy of NapUs, rttartereil or emnloynrl a merchant to traaipnn aup- nljrx for hi> cqTiudnin from tu and nUetbir roit of inch hai bf en tn thi Government by lh> order or approval uf UoIOAN; Instruct mm wars nrren to said tha Drpanrnint, IT by ant trarean theraof to practica bu .a Baval arolntlora or fleet If so, whether inch Ini'rucllnns were obfjod -whsthar ha wu dincud lo axetciie his in lariat if so, wbatbtr Bs complied with sHcb. dlreetlont tad lo what ez- lant: whaibar Ihcra la aaj orrtfwlailini of Iha De- RroMDt ataiiut narml officare mooi- ra of Uiali lunilias or otbara. on board tkipa of war In the TTnilaii If ao, whataar Commodore Mono AH, or uj offlewondar command, waa of a Tlolatlca of tueb. rernlation; wholhar tha broad pennint of Cnramo- MukUAlf vtaikapt rl) ing du- iiin perii'd nf hia CUMI- niand in Meditcrritntitn.or at auv time taken ai d if tn. far Tfhatleugth uf time: whither C inimodore MonuAN hat been held ta ansner fur diaobedienos of or- nK of O' duty, ohtU la command of Ihe naval forcas of the United in ihe Mtilitdiraiiein, during Ihn put Ihiee years Mr. RUSK opposed tbe resolution, as leading to con- troversy Mr. HALE said that all the things in the resolution bad bean charged by a, member of lh.3 Home, ID debate. Mr. SIIISLDS that the resolution was a disgrace- Ail one. With as much propriety It might be aikcd ttow much powder waa used 1 How mnch, and wbal kind of wine was uaeil? Ac. Mr. HALE said he should like to know what the Sena- tor meant by disgraceful t Tho CHAIR said he considered trie remarks as out of onler. Mr. CABS thought the resolution went into matters which tho Snnato ought not to notice, hut eoma of the In- furiuallun wan pruper lo be called for. lie hoped II would bo laid over. Mr. SIIIELOM aaw DO reason Why the reaolntion should lay over. He did uct see why Ihe Senate should go into the petty details of Ibis resolution. He had aald tho resolution waa disgraceful, and ho said so now. Ho did not mean that the Senator lind done a disgraceful act, but ihnt tho resolution prapnaed an inquiry which It would be disgraceful lo the Senate to engage m. Mr. MASUH anld he had known tlio gallant and dis- tinguished officer named in this resolution, (or thirty ho had tiunrd It read yesterday, he said nothing, hreausr tin would not descend to notice it by nhji cimg to It. He would tell'he Senator fr-itn Nuw- Hniiipetilre, that Commodore MOBOAN would nut shrink irfini any inquiry Intu hig conduct, but would court II. Ilu would tell Ihe Senator, tliai this gallant oflluer In a eentltinan. and a man of honor and will demand of the Stiislr, though nut perhape of the Senator, lo be trailed as a gmilEman. tho Inquiry be. put In the shape of a resolution of and lie would vote for It; but as it aloud nt present, It amounted to an accusation Rut tha resolution had aomu altnrlrjr object to rn> acrom- pltehed only in this way. The complexion of the Inilnn was thnt of charging Commodore MOBQIN Mr HiLK said Ihnt there were some things conveyed by and others by manners. He wnulil tell inn Scnatnr I'rnm Virginia that he not put on the dignity of of mannor. or of lone. FUtflcient to induce him (Mr HAI.E) to tne ane thuusandth part of a breadth from anything he understood. He had heard before lo day of not descond- Ing to a reiolutlon of hi> but he was not in ho <1ti< rrect iroin the disRhsrgn of his duly hy any mtlmi- lliniii uf sort, ur of any other, whether conveyed by words   ihe rebuks of the Senator, he regretted U. KM qit in ibtir ofllilal Intercourse, as Sunatom, ha hnd nut Ki-rght fnr nor askrd any tho Senator from Ni w-Ilami-ehire. In that olllclal Intn.-ourse in the wnlch WSH rill he cnuM Imld with the Snnnlor, br drsirtd on all ocraKinns to Irani lnni with Ihe h.ni as n more, no lets. Mr lollovtid, showins the dilli.-ully which rn- full'd Iiom Ihr Senate engaging in Ihmc coiilroversica hi l wctli ofllcerd. Mr M ILLUUV defundeil the navy in general, ami mi.dore and desired Iho lo te idMl A'ter further debate It waa pnnlpnned. CEHTBAL AMERICA TBEATV. Th' laul hrfnrc the Shnstc an sniwpr from the Prrsnlui Mr. CASH' rreoluliuii, calling fur information luuclnnp Ihc eslnbluhmcnt, by Ureal Uriiam, ol anew in intral America. (linmcdlalply this m'ssage being laid before the Senate, it was placed in the hands of a connected' with a New-York paper, by a Senator. 1( was taken off by ibai rvranti, and, up to the hour when the ofttoc of tho Secretary of tho Senate was cloaed, It hnd nnt been re- turned lo thnt office I lui will account for my MM send- ing the corrpupimdrnec The Senate adjourned. XXXIId CONGRESS .Second 8o-ion. E OF ItKrUKStN ES WASHI.IOTON, Tuesday, 4. X resolution was pasted rlosHng the debate on tne Military Academy hill, two hours after the sullen shnll be resumed. The House then went Into Committee, ll.et measure being nominally before ll. CUBA. Mr POLK spoke on Ihc suhjcct of Cuba He ho had just returned from the cnjojnient ol the CUnitmis Holidays, and when he eniored the Hall yestorday, found bia mend from North Carolina, 4 Mr. dlscnusing the Cuba question. Hs llntened to the gru- tlfmnii with a great deal of Interest, and admired adroltncHS with which he plied his argument, but at tlie aamc time ll struck him that the gentleman occupied the i omB position with Mr Ct.ni. He was nut alln t as- certain whether the gentlsmin, considering Ihrir former relations had turner! old fogy, or CASS tnrncxl flro-eater. It may be possible that (Jen. CASK, aware of tlie great care which ihc executor haa taken of Ihe chnracier uf CiLltouN, la using the game sort of Influence lo jet his mantle Iftll also on tha shoulders nl' no worthy an eirro-' lor. The gentleman said be was oppinedto theacijuiti- tion of territory at all. Now he, (Poi.K) could nnly con- ceiVe (he gentleman had nothing morn to do tti.in to adopt the principle In the Secretary of War, (Mr. CON- RAD'S) rapnrt, and adopt Ihe ultra dortrme of selling New-Mexico lo Ihe Indians, delegate and all. [I.aujli- ttr.l Tho gentleman from North Carolina, said that every one entitled to froedom now enjoyit It, but would not Ihc declaration of sii.-.ri a sentiment hive hotter suited tbe English Parliament In 177t> tlisn an American Congresa In 1853. He would aol stop lo eia mine the extent of the mischief of promulgating sucli a docirine, and the effect It would hare on oar Instita- lions. It is an rnnrh as asserting we are for enjoying freedom wo are for shutting down tha gates, and say- In; lo enslaved nations of Europe, while you hear your ciiniim clanking, you are not required 1 1 raiie your lo hiens. the manacles which now bind yon cr oiptict a people enjoying equal rights to symrmlhiza with you. How does the gcntlemnii know they are nut entitled tn freedom Have thry tried It and had an fnlr an opportu- nity aa we have had No. And Mr. POLK, then in his own words, dismissed his "fogy (rlond from Noriti Car- olina." Ue adverted to tho slaughter of the fifty Lnraz priNunerP, saying iliey had not a fair trial, and while we performed our part of the treaty, Spain They were tried lu secret and shot down, wbllo the 'Adminis- tration was Irving to carry out the treaty against Dili- buglers. Why U not show equal industry and good will m cany ing out the feature whirh guaranteed a fair trial! Mr OBOOKB Interposed, saying, those prisoners had a trial under two of the highest Courts of Cuia. Mr POLK resumed Juatiro In this country, la an al- tar at which we worship, lie was astonished to find tha gentleman approving nf Sjinnislt juxtice, whirli in a mockery. Wlille American citizens are not protected by this Government, hn liked to have said ihlqpuilllanMnonB administration, foreign natlona will not respect our He said the coarse of thu Administration In the Crtictnt Cttu ati d THEAS nsa case, was disgraceful. And now stand Ihe diplomatic corps In EnropeT Are they respect- ed Is Iho American Mlnlarerto Francs respected Are bin drrlaratinns ontbe part of our Govemmsnl respect- ed i Is Ihe American Minister la Spiln respected la his Is inn Minister to any nation on tits Con- tinent reapec.ied No- And he said thin administration had broken down their respectability in tho eyea of na- tions abroad. How Dy the publication ofcorrespond- ence which bears the marks of privacy on Itafacn, which allied that It was private and confidential. This allu- sion waa 10 tbe publication recently of tbe corrmpend- tnce between Mr. SAUHDEII and the Spanish Ooiorn- metit relative to ibe purchase of Cuba, and In thla connection, ho aald tho Government thus acting, placed our Ministers In a position that dsprivea them of the confidence nauaJly extended lo aeeredltod ministers Thua In confidence destroyed In onr honor, tod we are regarded aa a nation having no respeet for food faith, lie next apokt) of the Senate resolution, proposing to csnfar tbe titla of Ltcntenant Gsuoral an Oen SCOTT Hn did not oppose it any pereonal conslderailona. bat on priiielpta, and txttKum do nol show Ben. SOOTT to he antlntlT worthy af kjurw laottomBO from Indian (Mr. GOB- MAN and the Senator from AJabama (Mr. who ititrodnctfirthe resolution, were prompledby motirea which he deemed correct, by motives of magnanimity. He oppoK-d u an the ground thai Gen. SCOTT had nevar bee it magnanimous to friend or foe. and I bis was a draft on the Democracy ha was nol willing to accept. Gen, SCOTT'S whoU tile ta conclusive on this point, In confirmation of which assertions, he referred to history and iho contro- vemles betwean Gen. SCOTT and JACKSON, WORTH, PILLOW, WILKINSON and others, Bhowtn; tlist (Jen. SCOTT wan guilty of orTancea against honor, Its Govern- ment and Its character Mr I.ANE asked Mr. POLK to glre way, lo which Mr. POLK replied 1 am BO reaurrectlonist, 1 am a finality Oian. and I sm In favor of the finality of I lie (unural ceremonies of November 2, 1653. Mr. LANE intended to aay only a few words about Curia. He held that waa a foregone question. The file of Cuba la sealed. There la no power to change it, and then fore it is unnecessary for tho Houaetneay anything about it. Cuba it) deutined to be ours. While he thus declared, he hoped Iho Government would never do wrong and violate our treaty stipulations, but maintain a just courao tmvardu all uationa of the world. He be- lieved the Incoming Administration will ask what Is clearly right, and nub in It lo nothing wrong. He thought trie area of our territory was not spread far enough. Cnba and Mexico will come inlo our Union, and enjoy Ihe which we do. In relation to Ihe Lleute- nant-Generil question, ho said he lovoil Gen. SCOTT, m rvrd with him, but wax not willing this empty honor should be conferred for reaaons HIKIII it wnuld make a reorganization of the army neres- tary, and betide 11 was alttl Democracy. Mr. Duooks saiil nothing was funliur from his object Iliau to addrths the Hoime on Iho subject hrl'oro it. but ilie rernsrhs cl tlie genileman from Tennessee rendured it proper that he should ilo sn, anil to correct sniTin ol Ihe gentlemen's errors. He nnt propoio to into ilif diar.iiHHioiinl'lhereaoluiion lo the title orLiuuteiiant- (imirial but it iremcd to turn nothing cnulil bo nioro nnjiict. 11 n kind slid unpatriotic llisn to aanall the xide rl llouwt In connection with this lUhjert, wtien ii cistne I'rotn tlie Democratic side, The honor or dis honor oi' it, and the responnbilrty of tlin introduction of the resolution the Dernournii, nnt on the Tlir iimilt man from Tennessee had arraigned the AO- niiiiixlrntioii un tbteo In relation to the necondly, the rtir.int   ofllcial lionet ol Congress Trie h'inor.ihle ceniirrnan then vni- i'iciti'1 the foreign poliry of Adiniiinirfiijon. lie did bilir.ve the grnilunnii from Mismaaippi i t) and rrnrn K) iiidicdled the fin tire. ]iolii-> oil he JJcjnocricy. Mr C ll AUDI f H vindicated General Si IITT from 'he at- la tn POLK, and roritenrled it not contrary in the Hjiint ol our minHKlons lo hratow the title of I.ieu- General uptin linn The frlemln of Poi K sought lo make a Lieutenant-General out ol a civi- I'sn, vtlio i fir raw B Dai Ilo or set a squadron in the field, more than a aiirl pla-o him over a Major- Ci nnial, had ltd Generals mid laUjht Presidents how might ne ai-hiivcd. If gontlemen bad In- liented a Oitlikc to Otiersl SI-OTT, let them aeeit an opi'urttinry elrenaere to abow h. Let them meet him in a sulriltil) and for lift wlili dirt inside ol the tlitrli. tirberuming legiklitlurs. or not Gem ral SCOTT shall be made a Llentenaut Gene- ral, he would nr.ver ceane lo be teas than a prjnt man, and Ihn hrsd of ttte military men uf his age. Antu litlher our ministers ahroa'l arc resp.jeli-d, alluded to by the H'Dtli man from TcniiesBre, nutliiug can be more tlisin thai, If they Ihc Unguagn of Ihe country m which they aro accredited, and malntnin revpti'tsbie private ctiarat'erH, they IIIUH! ho in ihe the.y occupy, and will never from the neglect of character by others Mr. EK opposed, the resolutions to confer Ihe rank or Lu iiirnant General, saying that if he wan going to vote in tho afTtrmntivn, be sliuulil innvu to pnr ect Ii by loserting so as tu read Lord l.ieuicnanl- (iencrsl." This would render ii (Laugh- ter ll" thouflu aucli a propusilion was contrary tn the spirit of tbe Coiinlltuiion. The lime to which iho debate was llmitod eipired, wh- n, on iiroimn me Mlllury Ai-idniny waa laid aside, and 111' Defli-itliry Dill wss taken up. THI BA1K OF MKUTFNANT nEMEKAL Mr (ioHMAli addressed Iris Cnmmitlee in Ii'Orofcon- lirrinj the tllje ol Llent -General on Sroll, as a ilmplo mranure ofjuntlce It waa not Major-General SCOTT aa leader of armies who was defnaied in November, but SiurT, the candidate of the Whig party, who waa washed down by Sin AID and others, and the In- of his party. In Ihe cosrse of his rc-narks l.e loli) an snf rdoie to Hhow how SCOTT hears his dofdat, and with what rnmplnirem-v lie looks upon that result. 1 askrd salil GORMAN, "why tie did not come down and let us see him'" The General replied, "1 hnvn not hren out. and have been engaged in official bn- cinrsr, hut 1 ehould be pleased to see any of my friends. I wan invned, not liiiig since, lo vinlt New York to at- irnd the funeral of ihe Uuke of but 1 de- i-linrd, giving as a reason ihal I had (juried inynelf two and it would not look well to see a dead man walking in a funeral procession [Laughter J Mr. ugupd at loritfth In fnvor of trin prnpoiiltlon, i upon his lo remember that tbe hour of tri- umph i" the hour of tnagnsnininy. Mr. F tout i l: aaked the gentleman what would bo Ihr duty of the Lieutenant-General, In eaae tho resolu- tion tCnuM prtNH i With convictions against tho r-nrn, and is the genileman huil made an appeal to the Dctnoi ratic side nftliu llauee, he asked the de- siring to he enlightened. Mr. GORMAN said ho would reply, nnt promising, how- ever, It! shed light subject. Two divlmona are Ihc rnimiiaml 01 a mid oue division of a Major-General. Should sny necessity for an increaiie of army, or the forrts brought Inlo Ihx (It-Id, then the Lnuienant might bo iBiinncd diny 10 Brevet rank Mr FLORENCE acknowledged thnt he waa not en- lightened, and thla wan rtceivnl with lailchter. Thu rone, when the West Point Acadimy Bill wis pnsaed, and the House adjourned. Vnlted SutUa Snprrme roiirt-Tbe Knne trndltlon Cuae. WAeHiNOTON, Tuesday, Jin. 4 IL tho Supreme Court thu morning the KAINE Kxtradition case was again called up Attoriiey-Ueneral CBITTBNDBN stated thai ho had exnminrd the law applicable to tho case, had coino the conclusion to uke no active part in it, consiiieung that the duty of tlie Executive only commenced when the criminality of the ac- ruseil was legally established and the warrant is- sued. Mr. DUBTBKD appeared for KANI, and no coun- sel appearing for iho defence, be asked the advice of the Court what courao to pursue. Chief Juatico TANIT aaid the Court would leavo it tn tbe discretion of the Counsel to take iuch course aa ho tlcemcd proper. Mr. BuaiciD aaid that in order thnt the Court might have the case fairly before them in tho ab- sence of the Counsel for the defence, he wuuld put tbo Court in possession of all tlie arguments which had been adduced on the opposite side he then proceeded with argument for KANI. Mr. BRADY followed, concluding tho case for KANB. Tho following were the main points submitted bj the two the Ashburton treaty, had prescribed the rale of evidence, nnd that tke Acf of 1848, which purported lo curry oat the con- ditions of the treaty had enlarged the rule of evi- dence BO to make less evidence necesinry for the purpose of extradition than the treaty required. Mr. BRADY coulendad that Congress hid no to the rule of evi- dence by apy Act of Congress beyond what was in the treaty that Congress hart no power to give up an American citizen to any foreign power at all, except by virtue of the treaty, and that nothing terms of the treaty could bo enacted by that tho Commissioner had no authority to act at that he waa not auch a person aa tho Act of 1349 contemplated to give up an a fugitive the treaty required that ho should ho a Judge or Magistrate, and st the time the treaty was ratified a Commtaaioner had no magisterial power but afterwards the law of 184S authorized the Courla to appoint Comtniaaionera for the purpose of executing the treaty that this gentleman, Mr. DRIDQIUN, was not a Commissioner for that purpose, but only a general Cuiiiciiaaioner that, therefore, if the Court should think that HRIIICUAM was a magis- trate within the mcnning of the treaty hex could only look to tho treaty, and not to an act of grees fur authority and that the rule of evidence established by the treaty was the only rule he could be judged by and that the rule of evidence of tho treaty wag, that the accused iihoulJ be given up when the evidence was such as would justify Lu aneslandcmiimilmrnl lu the place where defendant found that the rule in New-Yurk, the plscc whcrr; he was found, rttjuired that the accused should bo confronted with his accuser, and that ho shnnld have the opportunity of examining wit- netbCB liimtjclf which was not done in thin case and that, tiierrf'ire, the Commissioner hail no power to give him tip. Mr UKADV, in conclusion, moved that a now writ ol haheax corput be issued accordingly. _ New-Yark I.f glilntnrc. ALBANY, Tuesday, Jan. 4 The Stale met to-day, and ued by the WILLIAM II. Lrnr.oiv. as Speaker of tbe House Mr JOHN S. NAFIW of this City, waa chosen Clrrk. The Message of (Jov. HuKATiu SuVMiirK was delivered to bath HOUPCH at noon. The Vnrnnl H. Jndgnhlp- Appointments- Mr. King'. Health, ir. WAMUSOTOH, Tuesday. Jan. V The President to day sent to the Seriate the nnminntlnn nfTIon. CEO K Rimm,  C Altoriiny Oaurat, Knrmrer, Canal CummiuiOBir, Elate SI. CM aomui. JUDICIARY. COl'KT at ifftlLt JOB Mil. C H RuEElei. Chief Judge Jobu W AiidiMiu lindiner. Walton, Frrrhiirii Jewell. Plulo UridJey. Alniinclrr 6. JubDiiiu. Hmi Wtllet. rbarlraS Brn1 on. Clsik JUDOEa Of BUr'KEMB i.OUBT. Pint Dulnrt. Dutrict. New-Yuri. Plnlo Ondlsv H 1' Eawnrd' Nsw-Yiirk William F Allen. Oswagv, WiUiam Milrlirll, New-Ynrk K W Habbard. Watartowa, Jin I Hutnell. New Ysrk. Uuiel Pratt, Hbhi. H Mom. 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