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   New York Daily-Times (Newspaper) - March 28, 1855, New York, New York                                a year all DAILT Tmas sent to any part of the Catted States pa.d ia adrmiice M 'lo oSre. dellwrad Mswtneusi. ifirvr-roRK VVEHIKO TIMES It 1, Ue Aher at 3 l be MM by BMil or sold at MOM ntw as the DAILY Y TIMKS ETVRT TUBTOAY and VBIDAY, etlSper lie noenoWf M The paper node up the Bttda, contains the reading matter TOT Jt LAMB -ltOfcK WEBXI.T TIMES, arAm roans COUITPIT, ispjab- Meawme, at 4ke tow price of Two BdUMV rm tor rirrvsai DOLLAU, or Tamx copies for DOLLARS, will be to one Mdthe io no cue continued beyond the MOM) for which aysteaf Pwetaire on the WKUU.T Tmn, Mat by Mil osf YilhUOie-Counly Free. VMlfRite TScenta. the Carted Tits TUCKS roa k VIQHT or Forty Blirtt OalBSBxuL nada np lasiaaili Jbr circalaimf tn California, Orwsurswa- Uc only new. MMttt to revdvri IB tbow ofthe ronnlgr, th" Mad Steamer. Pnce CO., STATE AFFAIRS. LEGISLATIVE PHOCEEDING8. ProgreM of Liquor Bill. CtonaspaBdeMe at Daily Tlmss VOL. 1V....NO. 1100. NEW-YO'RK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1855. PRICE TWO CENTS. r, BUreh It is the eastern to have at least one call of the Home" ileisn the seealon of the Legislature. Tha Asonnbry oeinplled with the requirements of prece 4ewt last evening. Preview to adjourning the after- aeon si it revolved that here liter the House would hold three per day. The minority tried hard to diapcBM with the evening duty for the evening then coning on, but tho majority were stuck rtgtt to tbe teat, and Insisted upon the original resolve. Upon eeeemMlng after tea, H was found that bat thirty were prevent, and they were mostly rnoae who had endeavored to avoid the doty o workkaj by gas light, ft wso a good opportunity they had to puolah their one which the] dtepeced to let slip. One moved a call o the House, and after a deal of maneuvering to stave it off, tha motion prevailed. Befbre the galleries could be cleared and doors closed, almost a quorum of mem- hen had reached their seats, including one or two wbe ettoiaed entrance through ihe windows. Oi OOUTM the Sergeant at -Arms and assistants, armed with the power of the Heose, by ihe the plays sword, were sent hither snd yon, over the lo look np the delinquents, snd having fbnnd them, to make dne return of their persons to the Boose, to be dealt by as in the wisdom of their peers, jttetiee, dignity, and all that sort of thing might de- mend. A thousand tinea and In a thousand different ways, bave besa described such scenes. The components seem to be always the same. There wee usual of wonder manifested In anger uttered In indlf nation expres- sed m action. For four hours tbe Officer of the Assem- bly labored np and down the hill, groaning under Iho weijfci of Ibat ponderous sword of state, almost bnriid beneath that ancient ehapeau At list worn and bet-gard sad sorrowful, be approached the Speaker's desk, and made formal announcement thai and there not In the presence of the House, wese-hryeed his ken and reach -sometWug h? said of nlsjeee. Ac., tvtto vote, but I gathered thai he was pro- ti tttmg aon- acquaintance with the certain localities MUe. vbtofc it suggested membere might tuve pene- Be Is Maine Law Sergeant, snd doubtless he had epeeial reftrenee to the oyster and dram- wherewith Albany I surmise 1 nay he mistaken. Finally, resolving that all the absentees should be In eenien-.pl of their brethren, at all future sessions, un- til they should by solemn resolution, and after excuse duly rendered, be purged of that contempt, the Houar 11 e'eMMk, adjourned. This morning, what delin- quents were In town rose In their and gave utterance lo their They were lame, they were sick, they were tired, hungry, had engage elsewhere, and other affairs, more Important than tbe of Slate, to look after. Reasons thick and fast came pouring upon lite assembled ears, until they were glad to step the current by all hands in one so ended the call, tbe contempt the punishments. morning, Ihe Assembly has been engaged in tbe emeic'eralion of Harbor Encroachment bill, which wee the special order. Of course, there was a renewal of the Ogbt between Brooklyn on the one aide and New-York en the otber. Aa ueual lu such eases, the strong City too powerful fbr her frail but ambitious over the water." After Innumerable propost. tiona to amend, the bill was ordered to be cngroweJ for a third reading, precisely in word and form aa it came dorwa from ibe Senate. The bill lo the facilities for eitravagant and to enaMe the Manhattan Gas Light Com- pany to continue its ei tort ions, by giving it an increase of of eapiul, was considered in Com- mittee Wneie. Without passing the Bill the Com- mittee rose snd reported. THB ACADEMY OF MD1IC. Mr. BLATCHFOBD, by unanimous consent, introduced a bill to amend the Charter of Ibe Academy of Musle It ihe Directors to borrow money, nol ci- eerdtng for ihe purpose of esrrying out the ob- jects of the incorporation, or of paying any wilch it has contracted. They are authorized to secure the loan by a mortgage on the of Ihe nertfege bonds to be convertible Into stock at par. FlEiDIMO DSDBV. The Senate Judiciary Committee reported back tbe bill lo repeal the act to prohibit Corporations from Inter- peelBf the defence, of Usury, amended, so that It now reads as follows: 1, Chapter 179, of the of I860 U repealed, thai the dafrnce of usury ehall not be hereafter iutcneMd in anv action OB any conveyance, contract, bond, or obligation now existing, or berelof >re Issued by atiy corporation nor shall the validity of any con- veyance, coetract, bond or obligatlea Issued by or ex- lanag any corporation prior to date, be qoea- tieiicd la any soil or action by reason of any statute relating to the Interest of saeney. AND MOaTOAQSg. The Senate devoted a large share of the morning to an animated, spicy and Interesting debate ofthe bill to pro- hibit Ike of bonds and as a basis for banking. Progress re ported on the that, I to fcr as H will ever get IB present shape. le a disposition and a purpose to restrict the UM ef svek eseaiM'eeto 74 or 60 per cent, of their per velne, feet m. eetemrned lo their entire delusion. TaJeeflKtettlon cones from the repieeentatlvee of the sgrlcultaral interest, and that interest is too powerful, too vlfUast and too hoeeet lo be overrode or deceived by the saiereete ceatred In the eiilee. APTBB THB OFTICBS. There Is a renewal of the crowd at Congress Hall, reminding me that to-morrow le Executive Session day, when the eharaeten of men, Ihe motives of and UM claims of are to be duly passed upon by UM "eoeret conclave." What that morrow may brlBf of good or esril tt in lie I eenot even conjecture. for the day le the evil thereof "-eumdent a hnndrad days-nay, for a pair of jeers may bs the evils ef the eoorlng day. What- ever Ihe ssay be, douotleee the bswjr worid with wm crowd en usual; ludtflenot alike to the sueeeeeee or the crushed bopee of the vic- tors tke vanquished; tat here st le thought that the weal or wee ef body politic scupendod upon r leave of the Beeoloa. Old Father rente had ever ready for sueh eeaaeiene. J. B. S. BT TBUOBAPH. AJ.BAJIT, Tueeday, llarek 87. At tke Afternoon Session the Senate refused, by a vote eTAyee It, 17, te strike out the seareh and hffl. Oa nodon of out. The bin was further amebdod so to problblt the infliction of a separate penalty fbr each offence. As it originally, pained, a penalty was Incurred for every glass sold. The Senate adjourned without voting upon the question of accepting the report of the Committee of the White. J- B- s- J.J, CHAMBER! ONE. C. DELAVAN, A DEFENCE ACTD A EBV1EW. f> lAe Edittr of tttt ttufajo Democracy In a recent number of your paper, I observe a communication, purporting to come from EDWARD C. DELAVAN, wbteh, although addressed to yon, had pre- viously appeared In several anil-administration pa- pers in this credited to toe Prokilntionut for March, although cant paper had not at Ika rime, nor for several days subsequently, gone to preoo. The adoption of this nnusnal node of publicity, and more especially with his gratuitous and unwarrantable personal allusions to my- self, the Indeeoronsness of which ia paralleled only by their Injustice, Induce me to notice a few of the miny etatements and inuendos contained in that letter After unequivocally and endorsing Oov. BRTMOUB'S veto of the Prohibitory bill of last an endorsement whose fatuity occasioned almost as ranch consternation among frienJi as lu hypocrisy Indignation among Ihe of he pro- eeeds to misrepresent Ihe views and position of prom- inent advocates of Temperance, only two of whom he bis ike temerity to designate by name. One of those Hon. Mr. STBBBINS, of In his place in the Assembly, repelled, with Indignant eloquence, the im- putation cast upon him by Mr. DELAVAN, an unauthor- ized, slanderous and unjust. The other Chancellor not jet spoken, and pily (bribe weak- ness of sn old friend may Induce nlm to remain silent but I am Informed that whose relations to the Chancellor are st leant as intimate Mr. D.'s, fuel indig- nant at the liberty which the latter has taken with name, remrmbering ai they and Ihe public generally do, that a letter from him, giving a strong, clear expression ofopir Ion In favor of the constitutionally of the Liquor bill lact year, was read by a Senator, his plicj dur- ing the pendenev of Ihe debate upon the question. Dut It is not furprlaing to fiud a man who strenuously oppo- sed tbe passage of a prohibitory law as late aa 1833 and 1653, and exerted his inllueuce to induce members of tlie Aosenibly to vole it, should found misrepre- senting frit nds, and giviog a siab to us most vital principle In 1W5. Whether singular course oa this nutjecl dictated by trrachery or fully, is of little con- Bequt-nce for, in either it proves his until m-ga for the position to which be thai of leader in (he tempo Buce cause. has thought It say Mr. D., referring to ir-e Governor, lo appoint m of honor and ein- o.urnmt and liquor-drinkers." This, he avers, U tbe probability of ihe oi lae Maine Law." Tlie and injustice of tho ansunip- I.UD is mobt glaring. The imputation thus cast upon honorable gentlemen ol the Senate and Assembly, thai Itiey would be guided in Ibilr on the Prohibitory bill, nut by their own of duty, but by tae courte which the Executive mlKUl deem proper (o adopt n diepi neation ol' patronage, could nover have onglnaud with a Ligh-ulndud, honorable man. Hi very grocvneRs, Vvbilo it origin, constitutan ai t.doto. Men of ill parties Toted for (iovernor CLABK, and I know of uo good reason for iwlra- any of supporters indecii there CHI; te iioae. Allriough primarily nuiniiiate-1 by the Whif party, his eourae has been an roniiervativeaiid ralhonc aa olicy and rlct adhi rencf to plf could demand and be far been, and will ni doubtediy continue lo be, tho Governor of tbe People, rtg-..rdful of Ihe ol ail, and laboring to promote the Interests of all. Thn, after all, tor real ground ol that dinsaliHtaclioii witn ad- ministration, which, in certain quartan, has taken the form of faciloua oppucifon an winch, mating In disappomled lima been oliar- aclerizid by the absence of every element of man- In acd by falsehood, vituperation, a rutllun ronlempt of all Ihe amenities of controversy, and like sought the altalumrnl of its dtahoiiorrbleeni.fl. The panics alluded to, finding thai they could not vie the Governor, consptn-d to abuse a iaik for which both nature and education to have qualified an astonishing facility of ialne- hiod, an apparent contempt for their reputations al- most thorough thai which the public far ttiem, a rffroniery, and a knca- lor blush. i g. Thin clumor may have evcoriatod their throuti-, but u has exhibited no vl.tlbie cfT- ct upun the Governor. Amidut tho turmoil, he re- niurnf il calm and unmovid, with singleness of pur- pose and aconACientlouBaHs.dultyjlaboriiiK for the nuTD- and (O'n  eomparo moit with IhoKe of tils iiredrce and vindicate 1 he Icudi of tlie Temperance movement Lave long nssurtdlhu purtieg ol the day, th it, in their agitation of this quest. no, they were not rrompted by a demre for place and power If sincere in their they i-hoald not feel disappointed in nrjt icceivlnii office but if a mere rusu whereby they tougLltc ubialn the "lion's share of spoil their ocriey deserves pun. Hhment, wen If their and cowardly desertion ol the ticket ncmn Dated by them at Auburn, did not work entire forfeiture of their elmmr Yet, a rautier of fact, the patronage ol the E  lable Tnotperancu man andtoloigai finn h.m UHDK all honest mfluauco to help lo proper IrirjuliMon on thir subject, we sltaTlnot rorret i hat labor and we are eorry it deed, to find that suy, of who have been lastly rmrArded leaders in i or cause, should be found d gapprowngor cou deniDiug blm The etiquetto of ihe enti rreg tbo in his and a proper f. fling of courtesy, if not of kindness, would luggest a dif- ferent coorcf I am authorized 10 say that Mr. DSLAVAN'I opinion of tbe person appointed Private Secretary, never waa d and that it was not contemplated for moment to appoint lo Hat office the protege of Mr. DELAVAN. acMce In relation to any matter connected with the priFent Slate Administration never asked on the eoblrmo he attempted nol only to advUe, but to dictate, In relation to generally, until II became neces- sary to Intlmau its dlstaatefulness and request Us dis- continuance. Although he then discontinued his per- sonal visits, he perniaied in forcing blmselfupon the of the Executive by letter, until, at length, his missives, were neither noticed nor opened. That he did demand, a right, several appointments, Including Health Officer and Harbor Master, a well knownjfact as late the flih of March, under ihe belle flhat the i ame of a gentleman long and favorably known in this community, would be sent lo the Senate in place of one which rumor had declsred was to he withdrawn, he vil- llfled the character of Ihe former In a most and unji si manner, and again pressed the of Dr. LCB. In this concectlon, allow me to quote from Ihe Rome ExoUtvr. That veteran relormer being aa city dni ing UM month of Jan nary, wsa an eye- witness to the course of Mr. DBIAVAK snd in sn article In his paper, describes it as so Infinitely unfair and and deflaat alike of justice and honor, that lake oa tho atk day Myneiti The keffcatwaislBe even vet, woo an accustomed lo strong language for tha expression of itrong thought and deep feeling, lack words fur our abomination of the meanness and the measure, and as characteristic of Mr. whole eonrre toward GOT. since he attempted to- con- trol. and privately toatttd he cowU eonirof, but, as It now to control the Governor, in his ap- pointments." He avers that he never sought political preferment, and that it is painful to be accused of sordid as the Incentives to the work" la whtsB he to If painful to he mscmttd, how mack "jore so mutttt he to hxva saeh aeewaiioas Indn- hittbry That fee did solicit uolltlsal pwftrment daring ihs past year. Is a well-know fast, aid one which theftltewlfis; statements win sbtmdamly eorrohertte Be wrote to a inrtrtor of this fit. W.recwiung Itawnse Ws bSu-w. to bring I air. PBLAVAH M tisa Whig MaH.shi Or Al Ac Teaaperaaee maa supposed to be either his tool or hia echo, but which is notciesrly aseertaliied, as sometimes he performs la the one, and sometimes In tbe other, a Meornely eulegtstle speech, did virtually nominate Mr. DBLAVAH with the evident design of placing him In the Held In advance of other nomina- tions, thus compelling bis adoption by some other party. But admirable stroke of policy was ren- dered abortive through the strong sense of Rev. Dr. MABBH, whose long experience had taught him that Mr. DCLAVAN'S leadership must necessarily be disastrous to any cause, and who immediately obtained the floor, and facetiously appropriated both the eulogy and nomina- tion to biinself, declaring bis determination to accept ihe latter, and stump the State to secure an election. 1 he tool of Mr. DELAVAN above referred person whose own "political some three years ago, Induced him, when a candidate fbr the Legisla- ture, to claim Temperance support by virtue or his antecedents, and that of the opposite Interest by direct tatiahclory to and dispatched lo Syracuse with letters of introduction to various persons, myself among others, asking their cooperation with messenger in a measure which would be explained by blm, and which was to bring forward Mr. DELAVIN as a compromise candidate In the Wtilg Convention then about to assemble In that city. Tbese facts explain, also, the movement attempted to be set ou foot st the Auburn Convention, to dlHcard all pravloua and make a dlatlnol Temper- ance ticket. So much for his disclaimer of political as- pirations, which, even if they existed, could constitute no just cause of reproach; but the falsehood which de- nies a palpable fact, and the malignity reeeittng from disappointment wUek seeks the Executive by iWtoua opposition, an very diAront and can n ot be judged so charitably. The facts narrated also famish the key to the following sentence contained in Mr. DELAVAM'B letter to you: "With the present Ex- ecutive tt hat been my mitfortvnt to differ. I eot4sVio{ io otherwie, he wot a Total Abttmenee man, the ttnndani-beartr of a pranttitory law, and the candi- date of the Autrurn Convention." But tbe anoganec of Mr. DILAVAN, has been as illustrated in his treatment of certain of ibti State Society, and other prominent frlendxof the cause of which he assumes to be both leader and embodiment, as In his attempts to control the aetlon of the Executive. His overbearing and ban driven from Ibat Society some of the most prominent advocates of temperance in this city or Slate, und is rapiiily sinking tbe organisation itaelf beneath the consideration of all true of the cause, who are unwilling to burrencler their self-rcspicl snd personal Independence, as the price ol coopera- tion with him. DisgUBttd with hia intolerable dev potUm and arrogant assumption, several of tha of- ficers of that Society at its late annual meeting, re- fufied to take agmn any position in U; and ever i Incfc then the history of bis connection with it iis little but one continued warfare against the perao.ial Independence of present officers. conduct clearly that he tbe conviction that he Is him- self tbe State 6ocli ly, and that he virtually owns, body soul, every man in Itn employ. That any one oon- moted with it should dare to think or act Tor himself, even i.n matters nffi cllux only intercourse with btsfal- low-men, In bia ejes, a moat Impudent aMumpuoi, and suflictcut ground lor immediate from the service ul the Society. And when a member oflbo Eicc- Committee (o protest against making the So- ciety an engine ofoppreasioa, to gratify the private spite of President, he the Immediate resignation of tlie offer ding member, and to badger him into compliance u nh the insolent requisition. Becauso ihe General Agtnt of the Society, holding bU comiiiiu- nlon, not from Mr. DELAVAN, but tho Executive Com- mittee, refused to bo Mm in matters which, KB a man, be claimed the right to jn Jgc for himself, Mr. L> Immediately insists upon resiination, or rathrr look upon himsHf (o dismlun him from Ihoaervlcnef the snt.umpnon ofuuthority only paralleled by his Snianic in niuXing a gift  lts lace that clHelent ofllCT, whose ptn bus achieved a truly enviable reputation fur the er, anil HUtntilule fur him One of his own pup- pets, v.Lo, bring himulf d KB, point'd ariplioint fur cc, with A'r in an bo'iilitj 10 th< fi'iivcrnnr. I cannot ho inimnkrn In tny bell- f tbul the removal of Mr Uumnnn has been lln la en iiidepeodent msn, and earnest of the otrtlTe It woul'l be unlike Mr. DKLAVAS nit to d. in and lii H renioval. And tbm view of tho caso is coi.ltrmid by thu lact that, for some tininpsst. Mr. U 'n frum ihe cfll-e, and tht is HCL of another iii bis plucr. baa been noticed. i In conrlunien, my dear .Sir, allow tnt to a-aurn yo't thai I eh u nre "one of thr tindttt I'fmen.'' Mj purpose not lieeii to attack Mr. ULLAVAN. but by a few well known fhtls te luniifh such a daguerreotype of the mm wrulr] mnble tho ul rlubtly to estimate bin wintjn attacks on nthtrs. Had th1 former beon mv p'lrpuw', tbelruera of Mr. DELAVAN, addressed to dltfcrerit in-tl- (duals, would have allbrded ample materl il fir a crvn- n.unication twice ibe length of this, und far more dis- paraging lo his character. As 1 have no ilcslro to see n nainu in ibo public fiat, if I tttr had nny, lias been tnnre than iibunlantly nratijii.il) I be h d li.to e nowupuper wurlarn, even to gra- tify Mr DELAVAN'B Inordinate craving fur notoriety If tliot gentleman ditputes sny of herein get furth, 1 will, with bun, submii the In dispute lo any thn e disinterested Individuals, and do not sustain tlieir I pledge myself to givj as wide publicly lo Ihe retraction of my error, 1 now do to thejiroclan.aljon of bin folly. Very respectfully yourx, J. J. CHAMBERS. AI.BANY, March 00, 1855. Kcence on Wulkera Ar- rested. Tlie Mayor, in carrying out his extended pro- gramme ot municipal reform, has at length begun to observe the of tbe City. unfortunate class bave been permitted to pursue tqpir rtoaturnal per- ambulations, priylsg upon tbe unwary and making iiilthi generally hideous. From time to timo, With oil due credit to the thai epattmodlc ufTorte have been made to this end, buttliey have only been Bpasmodle. The positive and determined beginning! with resolution to accomplish tho actual ptirpow, has I been left to the present Mayor, and he baa taken hold of the work with ahtartlness of will that leaves undaublad tho ultimate accomplishment of the task undertaken. We subjoin a sketch of the first night's labor, ibe Eighth and Fourteenth Wards, It seems, wore chosen being the most feasible Introductory fields of on- elnugbt. During yesterday, accordingly, were Imparted by tbe Mayor to TUHMBULL and KiseNBR, to have last evening a suffleleM number of men In their renpecllve Wards, detailed to arrest all prostitutes found walking tbe within their as- signed The Station-houses of two Wards, from cf o'clock till 0, presented spectacles of unusual and busiest activity. At tbe Eighth Ward Police Sta- tion, twenty were within a short time slowed la cells; and at the Fourteenth Ward Station, within tbo same period, twtnty-fow were Inducted to ba- nlgnly assigned for their temporary use. Of course, In- telligence of the predatory warfare spread as by tele- graph among tbe unfortunate proscribed, and as might be expected, a hasty retreat, when retreat was possible, ensued to their diversified haunts. This will account for the limited number of arrests. Strenuous opposi- tion of mi gbt and Invective was made by many when arneted. The Idea of''durance vile" was evidently repugnant to most; tho majority, however, with cha- racteristic bardlbood and brazen effrontery of daring yielded to necessity; a few there were whose un- checked tears betrayed the woman left. In one in- stance a mother came and In most beseeching tones begged the r< lease of her daughter. She said she would take her from the City by the first morning's train of can, and that she should never return again. Aa we came away the mother was still Importuning for her strayed child. Justice Boo AHT appeared at the Eighth Ward Station- house, an applicant tor the release of one of the unfor- tunate Incarcerated. Captain TORNSOLL retained the party, however, In custody, alleging that he could only act in aeeordanee with specific Intimations from his Honor the Mayor. Hen tbe first lesson. AMONG passenger train on tke Michigan Southern Road, gorag West, about 3 o'clock on Saturday morning, whan a abort distance from White Pigeon, encountered a drove of cattle on the track and killed fourteen of them. This occurred an embankment, which to from 20 to 3ft feet hitfa. Fortunately the train ww not thrown from the RtpvWe, 22. ONE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. THE CZAR'S DEATH CONFIRMED. PEACEABLE ACCESSION OF CZAR ALEXANDER II, Alexander Adheres to tbe Pol- icy of Nicholas. MORE FIGHTING IN THE CRIMEA. RECALL OF MENSCHIKOFF. A Speck of Trouble Between France and England. ILLNESS OF THE KING OF MEET1SC OF TOE VIENNA CONFERENCE. Terrible Earth-quake at Bronawa. Advance to Market 93. The United States Mail steamer Atlantic, from Liverpool, noon of Saturday, the 10th inst., arrived yesterday morning at 8 o'clock. She encoun- tered westerly gales the entire passage. The Atlantic arrived out at 3 o'clock afternoon of Sunday, the 4th. Tfce Atlantic saw the steamship Asia on Satur- day, the 10th mat., off Ormshcad, at 3 P. M., .bound in to Liverpool. By this arrival we learn of the peacable acnes sion'ofthe Czar ALEXANDER II, and of his declara- tion to follow the policy of his father NICHOLAS. CONSTANTIM and the other princes of the Impe- rial house have signified their allegiance to the new Emperor. The hopes that were entertained throughout Europe of a peace policy, in ac- cordance with tho supposed personal character of ALLXANDER, were becoming more faint. The influence of the powerful party at the head of whom is the Grand Duke CONSTANTINR, it was feaied, would urge the Czar forward in a co'irae oppoted to better judgment. Hia firtt appoint- of the Mini tors were, however, regarded fa- vorably for peace. Meanwhile, the allteg determine to prize the opportunity of the uncertainly which the nc us of 1 he death ot N iciiona must occasion, to piosecute the war with vigor. There has bern n.orc fighting in tlic Crimea, nnd more threatened. Tl e" Confirmees have commenced at Vienna, having received from the Czar a confirmation of his prwio'H in- structions. For details we refer to our copious re- port. Liverpool Cotton Market became excited on the receipt uf the intelligence of the CKII'S and Mules of hales were mode at   to the RuHsinn throne. 'I lie new Emperor has issued a miuifcMo stating th.il he will bdhcrc to the policy of his futlicr. CuNb-T iNTiNfc nnd Ilia other hroluers ntul ollicurs ul the Kmpirc had taken oaths of alleiiunce to the new Kmperor. Ai.n VNIJKK has confirmed .is Oiplo.nptiat it the tic Peace Confcici.cf, GOIITSLII who -to rctious ineiruclioiii :irc aUu confiruictl, and the confc rcncc has been held nt Vionna. hadnppomtcd (Jen. Mm of V nr. Allies luive ordered Generals to press fi.iuaid the war with the uln osi vigor. Their been more (ighiing in the Crimea. The F'ini.cl) stormed a redoubt, which hod Ijcuii skillfully crei-led liy the Russians during the night, i. nd scvi'r.il hundrtd of ihc Russians were killed, m.d there waa u general rumor th.it the Grand MICIMKI, waa aiiiong the wounded, uud that he hi.d Kiiliflequeutly dieil at Setmslupol. A large force of Russians are threatening Bil- nklntH. TLe blockade of the Danube has been The Great Its Proapectn or French and meat, A.C. _ _ Sfeclal Oorrsspocdeace of N. T. Dally Times. LONDON, Friday, March 9, 1U3. This day last week we were suffering in a gicat dearth of news from all parts of the world, there was a telegraphic dispatch in the moin- ing pa ers, to the effect that the Emperor of Rus- sia was vrry ill, but such rumors have rear.hed us too often to have made much impression on our mind. Few believed it. But the present Europe- an crisis seems to march by startling, undreamed of evcntp. Credited reports turn out to be false doubted intelligence pioves true. The Emperor fiirholat it dead Such was the startling news placaidfd at the door of Regent Quadrant News-room, at 6} o'clock ID the evening and this fust announcement of the important event to the people of the great thoroughfare at- tracted, as late as 10 o'clock, such crowds in front of the said establishment, that the circulation, not only on the largo pavement, but also on the carriage -road, was considerably obstructed, the intelligence having, at times, been proclaimed, ur.dcr deafening cheers, (I do not say this aa a compliment to the English people.) in loud voice, for the edification of those who could not approach near enough to read it, or could not read at alt. I might have sent you a few lines (though it was almost too late tor the notifying the fact, but the steamer was one for Boston, and so I knew you would hear of it by telegraph, and more than I might have had time to tell. Now the event is fully one week old, and the immense sensation it caused has almost entirely subsided. At first the sensation uttered the word ptare, now it has lost some part of its confidence. The rose, but they declined again. L'Empereur mart, vive VEmptrntr. ALEXANDER II. is Ciar of all the and his brother CONBTANTINE took the oath of allegiance, and so did the army. MENSCHI- KOFF is recalled, the order having, it is aaid, been sent to him from the late Emperor. General GdRTiCHAEOPF succeeds him. The manifesto of ALEXANDER speaks of his resolution to follow out the views of PETEI, CATH BRIBE, ALEXANDER and his father but the credentials and instruc- tions of Prince GOBTBCHAKOFF, the diplomatist, are renewed. Then signs pro tt wmtrf peace. I will send you my dataiUd views on the question by next mail. For tbie time I must restrict myself to the shott remark that the death of the Emperor NICHOLAS fau not improved although it may not have in- jured them. Taw Prussian treaty if vtill and FuDMtCf WIU.UM b net likely to tarn against ALIZAITDRB II., when pntyecta for a mediator seem to be brightening up. Austria mourns foi the Czar, and testifies her gratitude (the gratitude of Austria by ordering that of her Cuirassier regiments shall bear the name of the defunct Emperor forever. What dispensator of eternity The Archduke WILHELM goes, at the same time, to St. Petersburg, to condole with and to congratulate the new Czar. This Austian Prince-Envoy is, by the bye, a personal friend of ALEXANDER II. Sardinia replies to the "dead and declares war against him. I am told that NAPOLEON will address the two regiments, which are to be reviewed to-morrow, on their start- ing for the Crimea. It is expected that he will throw some light on what he' is about to though I doubt if he knows it himself. There are strange doings in the Allied armies de- fore as well as off Sebastopol, and peace will sure- ly bring numberless Revelations from the Cri- or Mysteries of the For the present, the public must be contented with rumors, or stand aghast before some not to be dis- guised, but unexplained fact of startling nature and dimensions. Such a fact has reached us late- ly from the fleet. Without any clue to the why" and we hear that two 01 the officers of the Princen Royal, Lord CLARENCI PAGES, were to be tried by a Court Martial, but prayed and obtained forgiveness that Lieutenant MOB BAY, of the game ship, effects an exchange with another Lieutenant from, another ship that two mutes of'the Royal have been dis- missed the sorvice, and a third has applied for his discharge to another ship, while a marine of that same mysterious ship received two dozen lashca lor insubordinate and a boy was mieslnp, supposed to have committed suicide by jumping overbourd." Well, surely, this is suffi- cient news from one single ship "off Sebastopol." A rumor of a different, but equally important sort, has reached us, to the effect Inat a French Gen- tral has been detected to ruve been in secret com- n.uiiication with the Russians m Sebastopol, ever since the aicgc has been laid to tnal place. There were pliicards to be seen yesterday in news-room windows, announcing The treason of a French officer." A nice compliment to "Our powerful ally." Dy the bye, you were much censured some time ago, by one or other "Eaglis i..i ..i in lor your re po it ing the desertions that took. place from the Allied camps. Tue intelligence was scoined as a calumny. Well, your indignant cen- sors will hare seen, I suppose, thus time, that you told nothing but the truth There are, indeed, few letters hum belorc Sebastopol" in which some cases of desertion arc not noticed. They occur mostly in the French camp, now and then in the English, never or very seldom in the Turk- ish contingents. The poor Turks   ay hat. enxwdinfry I to England believes, namely, that kit Commander-tii Chief no milit ST AIHAUD' rEtf4 of iWjWrV." The MW Cal tft JoAer in a very canons prtftton. reftftW to tcefpt jxvwfer support b ebriutaftf fcr pottutir influence, and has fatten baeV on the1 tocracy, which can gire it no support, Tbs Hesitation and a total ateetrae of uf settled policy in the Council The country seems: to become are of tils helplessness of their ralen, and a meeting' in Newcastle has made an to the British people to hold meetings of mdifaatlot throughout the country. Mucto good may of this agitation, although 'I am, I fchut aay; iJwVeij in my expectations from EngiMi jbMfo opinion." There is too much m people's mind. The "enlightened of Stirling, for instance, manage their uttSn id M admirable way. They return first arwf into the views ef Mr. BLACKBURN of atllUaJl then tells them that he is opposed to anytfetaf uke taking advantage of the death of the that he would be exceedingly carefal fn any changes in the system of army for which he professes great admiration that he is also decidedly opposed to the ballot and to tha repeal of the game laws." and that whflft being' against all endowments to Roman Cathofiea, ha was decidedly in faror of our ProUsjant endow- ments." I have nothing to say to this one remark that the Hon. Member for certainly the worthiest representative AM electors might possibly hare found served. Vhile the British riiliniiiiil up with such members, there ia hope for a radical chasge in of Government. This feopU want, a son of Eaajiah beians do not command support. MI. might do something, but then hia eloquence ts to a cause which cannot be any body's under some or oUcr sort of despotism, iai good, but pax queritvr OtUo, as KossBTH MHIUtdrdl the Friends" the other day Lord Jo an PELL is in Vienna lo try his hands at the wor% of reconciliation, for a peace it will not be. His ship waa present ai the christening of the. newborn daughter ol Austria. She has been baptised witb> water brought from the Jordan and bleajted at Neia- reth. No one will say after tins that Austria ia not interested in Eaitern, question. Laid JpRH can bear lostiraoay water heard a good Mf residence in VMSWS, been ordered for km at kept by a Mr. MUNSCU, on mine host requested a Qvuuua Prince to give up rooms. This waa dean onre. A similar request hus been addressed to an Englishman occupying one room, part of the wanted for the British Plenipotentiary. This nnii>   way into all the organs of publicity. The faarie Irll, and honorable members became frightened. '1 be semi-official Globe tried then, somewhat Ute, to contradict the rumor, but it u still and generally believed. We are drifting to a dissolu- tion of said to me of the Man- chester meu, and there m certainly every sign that Lord PALMP.KSTON hastens the necessary votes of the diflereut estimates, in order lo have his free for the work of dispersing the House. An as- sembly of Legislators is the laziest and most indo- lent body possible, in ruost cases. It wiU yawn away, groan at the beat, sleep and do no gnat liaim for a while, if affairs go on in the ordinary train of peaceable tmtnc, but il troubled in its di- gestion of unwholesome bills by any helplessness) in its lumishers of food, it will grow sulky, im- patient and ungovernable. Such threatens to aw the present Parliament. Lord PALMKRSTOK and! Mr. ROEBUCK bimeelf wcie, but the other day, mightily amazed at seeing the unanimity which tha proposed secrecy of the Committee's debates has) been opposed with. The noble Premier is, how- ever, much mistaken if he believes that the country would, iu the present tune, send him back a Houaa rnoie manageable than the the disso- lution of which is so much talked of. Engiaad is> not yet sunk so low as to obey orders from tha Tuileiies. The partial elections that hare taken place in consequence of the recent ministerial poiDtruenta went on, it is true, smoothly but a general election would. the erasaberiof energy of the people, and paity teehng would, at all events do its utmost to eicite the country. Tha famous pamphlet has done immense service in respect. You will remark that after a silsstte of several days' duration, all "the papers come oat to criticise and to comment upon its statements, some of which may be incorrect, but not to an extent to destroy that air of authenticity which pervades ika exposition of the imperial policy of the war. Here it is generally believed to have been written at the der of Prince N iPOLEO.i. I told you my views Con- cerning the authorship, and I still believe them, to be correct. I received a letter from Parfe, in which I am told that NAPOLEON is fifaly resolved upon cony ing on the war. After the rerelav- tions ef the pamphlet, as well as in the dreaded light that is likely to coma foith from the inquiries of the Select mittee, his Decembrish Majesty considei a hit man with the army if the eipedilion to Crimea should return re mfecta. If his eoqp Tltl'n should remain a coup de tttt, the safety of kw (hiana would begone. His journey to the Crisaeaia ex- plained by these motives In moat influential circles. I have, of course, no opportunity to judge from my own eiperience the official and popular spirit ia France and thus I give you what t received, without endorsing or denying its correctness. This one thing, however, I must add, that the person whom these views come from has vary good sources of information. Sir CHAKLBS NAFIMB'S case was oaca BMVB be- fore the Hoase, and from the debates it may be gathered enough to sssert that the gallant Admiral has been unfairly treated, and for ao other reason than lhat he refused lo be tha goat of the AUBDEIN Administration. OBIHAM ia a a very clever sassi; tatta hag been too clever for this time, and HN at Sir CHAins-ahhough he, too. is not has much improved laat Mr No by teief raphj 1 just SPAPFRf SPAPFRf   

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