New York Times, March 13, 1860

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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1860, New York, New York VOL. CE TWO A SUPPLEMENT. LATER FROM EUROPE. TH1 AMSffiQi AT HALIFAX. tme IcaUarn the tfhtllwOftity. -t ftf t 1BB81MU8TE1AII ILLIAliCE. TTtlE WAR IN MOROCCO. V Haiou, Monday, March IX 17 Hi Bojal America, from Laver- W A. M. the ult., nJ at HnJafax at 1 A. M. of lha 12th ail A. M. for Boston, where th. wlU for MwrOferkj .ifht'at! of th. Cbtoa Eipedltto. dnrMg the year ead- 31st Marah It ta statod that Baglaid were aHont to sljn aconv-nrion relative to reWttag frtm the of the ate- .on en tho Capt of tie last Awtlo Expedltloii, waa pwawntod, cetvcd the honor of Knighthood. i 1 Tie Channel fleet, conpoaed of ntaeves- arfe had laft ParUaad for the laedrtarraMan. j The (llk have put forth a (tatemoi showing that the French treaty plaees ftcm. as acceis to the Kremcb market, IB a worse poaltton than heretofore, A bawruat took place In London on the 93d, in hon- or of WiEanCTan'1 birth-day. WnUAjif Amatol, BoUdtor-General, is made a KBlahi. FRANCE. I Th. Pirtoeorraapoiidenl of the London the eha Srln were.dar be- eomlag ob- THalatarrlewtook: place on tbe rand to Tana flrit polit dlapnated waa the occupation of Mas Irf fie SpaiUfdt, which oythe MOotalwhe-Mpon party. Austria confines herself te the expreFsion of h.1 conviction that the reeitublWiineiit of the former dynasties and the realization of the project or Italian Confederation would much better guarantees to the future ot the PenlnsuU. A Fails telegram confirms the statement tbat Rus- sia and Prussia had Joined In a proposal for a Cou- fannce of the five great Powers. be- tween Ibe on the 1 tail an question were, It was rapidly carried on. GREAT BRITALN. In the Home of Cotnmons, on the 24lh ult., Mr. OuMtoia made various explanations relative to the French treaty, whlah the adjourned debate on Mr. DtCAiii's motion opposing the Budget was re- mated. Tbe principal speaker was Joan who defended the French Commercial treaty, and predicted that Incalcnlable advantages would be derived from it by England. He argued that Free- trade with France would raise Itself to the level of the United Slates, tbo new tariff with France being aa oheral as that with America. Mr. CAULDWILL In a similar (train, and pointed to the great Intercourse prevailing bet ween England and America, rendering war all but Impossible. Tbe auna relation might be actablUhed with France. Blr T. and other spoke against the Budget and the treaty, when the debate further adjoaracd. debate was resumed on tbe following evening, th. Including Messrs. Biimn, WALI-OLS and DnaAXLi, In favor of Mr. DUCANI'B motion, ami Meana. Moiia Gusoir, GLABJTOHE and PALMUBTOS The Booae divided, and the resolution rejected to m; majority for the Qovernment, 116. Mr. MoEmT made a violent attack on the Govern- te on the Italian Queition, as ajnttraly opposed to the tplrit of non-intervention. Lord Joan Rosnu aaid the Government acted fwlth a view to tattle the question In a manner best lated to secure the future peace of Europe. Lord PALKUNOH said the Budget would be formally proceeded with on the 27th. Blr C. WOOD stated that the total force to be sent from India to China would be Europeans, and natives. Mr. HABrnui called the attention of the House to a petition complaining.of a meditated breach of the peace between a British subject and an American clt- lacn for the to-called championship of England, and aaked wbetbiV the Government intended to take steps to put down the fight. I Blr G. C. LEWIS said the subject had been brought undar ihe notice of the Chief Commissioner of Po- lice, who would take steps to prevent the fight wlthlu the Metropolitan Pnllre District, but ao pledge could b. given as to Uie steps which would be taken beyond that limit. In the House of Urds, Earl CAIUIKVOII called at- tention to the statement Spain, in her proposed conditions of peace to Morocco, ileinimlod an ejten- sion of Spanish territory In Afilcn, and if Coremmant had any notice of this departure from the original declaration of Spaia. Lord WonmaoDbB said the Government had been In- formed that demands were a large Indemnity for expenses Incurred, numerous commercial advan- tages, an extension of territory, tbe establishment of a Roman Catholic Bishop at Fez, nnd the admission of diplomatic agent at the same place. Lord DuHOANiioi moved a resolution condemning tho performance of Divine worship In sundry London xrter a deoale, In which several Bishops rged non-intervention In the movement, the resolu- tion was withdrawn. The London Timtj. m u editorial on the French Commercial Treaty, refers to the Iramenae Impetus Wtien wlU be given to the cotton trade; and If Imitated by Germany and America h. ahamed Into following their U no reason why Lancashire should not double number .flooaw within the next years. It also a groat for almost every other branch of Theesttmat. of requlrtd to defray the ex- behind the Miaeto and on the north bi nk of the Pe batokea a desperate effort. Other oonUrental correspondents writs In a similar strain. A second waning bad been given to tho a Breatjoonial, for having quoted a portion pf the article for which Brctignt rappreMed. The Parla eoireapondent of the I ondoa Ttmet coun- a report that NAPOUOM is endeavoring to eraelUate the Pope. An arrangement respecting the KaaMgna, to satisfy both parttea, has pro- pOMd, Irat the tarma were not menttoned. ,A vr and a lay gWrrnunent are spohju of. The latest accounts, aflna that dlffi- enlty between France and has undergone no of Commerce, In reply to the de- Bands for ja preliminary inquiry respecting the alter- ations In the tariff, shows that the Emperor had en- lighted htoseLf by eonaulting competent persons, and adds that the duties will not be definitely decided upon until [after an Inquiry In which will be heard. The Paris Bourse had been buoyant, and the at one time reached 68f.35c., but on the 24th It was heavy, and declined to 67 f. 95c. SPAIN. I The correspondent In the Avtofrmpkt mentions that Martha! O'DOBHBLL bad emitted to tho Moors the fol- lowing ba sis for the conclusion of peace Poaaession ol all the territory conquered, Including Tetuan an Indemnity of an engagement to re- spect the Catholic religion, and commercial stipuln. Uons favcrable to Spala. A delay, terminating On the 23d, (or a reply. It waa doubtful If the Moors wc-uld accept the i A msjoi Ity of the Madrid journals were opposed to the concl iislon of pedce, and demanded the occupa- tion of Tinglers. The co-respondent of the London Timts at scat of war writes that the opinion there that the Spanish Goverament would not show Itself deficient In generosity, and that the war was as good as Over. Tbe Mooilsh loss In tbe battle of the 4th was esti. maiedat Upon their defeat the Arabs; com- mitted great excesses, and could not be restiialnjd, althoughl sixteen were put to death on tbe spot McuTJAsHAa. with his defeated force, waa half way between Tetuan. and At the latest date no reply had been to the conoltioas of peace. O'DojuiiiJ. waa preparing further c Derations. In yet la- 1TALY. The King of Sardinia and Count CAvorja remained at Milan. They were constantly received with the greatest enthusiasm. Tbe clergy bad presented a complbneniarv address. The uenoratioo ot me Annunclada, which bad been conferred by ihe King of Sardinia on Marshal RANDOM, was expected to be also conferred on Marshals is dtnled that the King of Sardinia waa about to address [i proclamation to the Inhabitants of Central Letter's affirm that the Pope had received a com- munication from tbe King of Sardinia, demonstrating the Iroriossibllliy of the retention ot the TJmbrtan n.arsbesby Rome, and proposing a treaty of cession. The negative reply of the Pope couched In the Tlie steamer I.ouut, bound to Marseilles, had foun- Jertd In the Mealteranean, and filty persons were diowned. AUSTRIA. The liondon Timri announces that 11 ha? been sup- prcufl'l throughout the Austrian Empire. Copies ar- Mvlna bv pest had teen seized, and It was proclaimed tlitt would no logger! be suffered to enter Austrian territory. _____ TURKEY. A cpruplracy against Prince DAWIELB had been ills- cuveird in Montenegro, and the piluclpal parllcipa- tins MJiiteixeil to death. A OoDutiiiillnoplc di-spatrh Miyt Ibe typhus fever was oarryliiR oil the fugitive Circaisians at the rate of ahundiea a day. CHINA. A Shanghai telegram of Jan. 7 says, the ports or Swar ;ow and I. iawar have been opened, and tbe pro- vleloi ol the American treaty been extended to tbe Brltii Band other powers. A anton teleginm of tbe Hth January no ch irige In the stato of affairs at Japan waaj report- ed b it it was hoped that the firm altitude of tlie tou- ruls -f quid reassure the Japanese. The: Very following is by telegraph from Liverpool to Queehsilown on Sunday.] BKWEE5 AUBTEIA AHD flaming Chronicle publishes tbe following in Intelligence just received Thl the aWond edition from k sure source in Vienna to the following effect: RUM a Ws decided oa renewing her old alliance with Austlal The treaty is on tbe point of being signed, and irlll be carried to St. Petenburgh by Prince of Heste. Wo have excellent reasons for belie }OWS Aust alitli Aust Ital objejct Ital hav Au iiig that Its will be found to be as fol- The most ample concessions as to all that re- lates to! the holy places in Jerusalem will be made by li to Russia. a vie w to eventu- s, that have every probability of being; refused, agrees to conform her policy to that of Rus- sia ss lo ihe Danublau provinces and Servla. Asc >nipensatlon for these coacessions in the Eut, Rusi la will guarantee to Aiulrla tbe whole of her including Hungary and Vi-netia, agalut In- surr :c ion or foreign foes." rsmcn OOVWINMMT AND THI THSATT CKHTKAt ITALT. T ie correspondent of the flaWjr Newt fears It li bi t too true, that at a Ministerial Council, held on Frkay.and presided over by the Emperor, wblch lasted four a resolution waa taken against unity, on the pretext that Russia and Prussia Dtopatoh. to A. Fow-TorkTIxnoa. TVAtHiKGWi, Monday, March IX OF MB; HTATT. Mr. HTATT again figured before the Senate to- day, and proceedings were Interesting. In the gen- eral view of the subject, the Senate nearly In maintaining constitutional power to compel the attendance of wibesaes and the qwnt power to compel them to testify. Mr. conceded It to be vitally Important that this should not be disclaimed requested by HTATT. particular cases, ilt might not be Important; u Baown's treasonable conspiracy was tended to robvert every department of constitutional power seemed now to be peculiarly applicable. Mr. CarttriHni" commented severely npon the course of In refusing to testify, and then turning apon the Senate as accuser. HTATT as a c6mpro- mlee, that the Senate first dismiss proceedings, and disclaim power to compel hit attendance, and then be will voluntarily appear before the Committee to answer. Mr. Snimms thought bis excuse should be accepted, and placed on the same fooling with other wllnesses. Mr. MASOIT called attention to the fact that be had been placed, and several times called before the Committee, but had refused to testify. The Senate declined disclaiming Its clear- constitutional power, and Mr. HYATT was committed to jail until such time as be was willing to answer. THX PEIMABT HIBOLTJTIOHB. The confidence of the Senate In was il- lustrated, too, In the final passage of the joint resolu- tion suspending the provision of the law giving the pilating of the Post-office to the lowest bidder. resolutloa was passed with a blank, to be subsequent- ly filled up by the clerks. The object of resolu- tion is to prevent the Department from paying for composition many limes over, whlcb might be done by ordeilng few blanks at a time. OVERLAND HAIL SKHVICI. The Senate Post-omce Committee meet Poetmaaler- Generai How evening for tbe purpose of arrang- ing tome general plan for overland malt service, by which ooean service may be dispensed with. PASSAGE OF THE HQMKBTBAD BILL. The House passed the Homeetead] bill to-day, pro- viding that actual tettlers, after five years' occupa- tion In good faith, nnd on payment of 10, shall re- ceive a patent for 160 acres of land, held at or 60 acres when the Government price Is 511. It li supposed the bill will be defeated in Senate. CLAIMS OF MISSOURI Afler repeated decisions of the Third Auditor against allowance of claims of Missouri, for horses of Volunteers, lost In the Mexican War, under the Attorney-General DLACI hna overruled him, and the claims will be paid. A QUARHIL AWCST1D. and lef. tlie ground without reconellltUion. Promineat frii have lately interfered, and all differences been amicably arranged. Till DENMARK CONVsTXTION. Mr. W. llAKOvf had another interview with the Secretary of State, tourlitog the workings of the Convention with Denmark. PROSPECTS OF MR DOUGLAS. Hon. GBAifviLU C. MIDLIT, of Virginia, delegate to Cbarleeton, is here, and reports that Mr. DOUGLAS Is the second choice of the Virginia delegntion. Sen- ator CLIHOMAW says he knows four of the nine North Carolina delegates to be enthusiastic Douglas The Impression here seems to be that Mr. DorjoLAa will be nominated by acchunatlon on the second allot MOVKUINTfl OF MINISTER Mr. McLAHa cxpecls to leave to-morrow, to mett he Brooklyn at Hamptou Roads. His instructions are very Indefinite, and will remain BO until final ac- tion IE tanen OB the treaty. ANOTH1R DINN1R PARTY. Judge DOWUH, late Minister to Paraguay, gave a grand dinner to Sefior at which the Dlplo malic Corps and Cabinet Ministers were present. AlMT KIWS. WM. B. St. Louis, will be appointed Pay- .Bster U. S. Army. CapL Jos. B. PLUMMSB, First Infantry, and Lieu'.. Wai. CIAIO, Eighth Infantry, are relieved from the operation of special order of the ZSd.from head- quarters. Lieut. JOB. H. Cavalry, Is detailed for duty with under for Texas, and wliI report at Fort Columbus, N. Y., before joining his command. Capu DBLAJIIT FWTD Joint and all alterns on recruiting service, will be relieved oa thi- Ut of July, and join their respective companies, was present, ready for trial, but u the Court preferred a postponement till next term, the second Meoday In Jaly ianaratlvaly fixed aa the day npop whlcb the caae Bhoald be proceeded with. SENATE. WAanroOTOH, Monday, March 13. Mr. TUTCTCK, of announced a Mil for tho mora complete equipment of life-saving ctatloBS on the ooaita of Long Island and New-Jei- Referred. Mr. Kino, of New-York, presented the pe- tition of the merchants of New-York favoring the establishment of a steam mail line between Charles- ton and Havana via Key West Mr. Kma also Intro- duced a joint resolution suspending the operation of aa much of tne recent Peat-office Appropriation bill aa relates to tha printing of f ort-offlce blanks, until the farther avtkm of Congress. He said it had re- ceived tho unanimous eoasent of the Committee. It read three and paated. Mr. BaioaJt, of Indiana, gave notice of a bill appiopriating half a million for the plo'lon of tBffCapltol extension. Mr. MAJOR, of Virginia, moved that Mr. HTATT be brought In. Agreed to. The offored on Friday were read, pro- posing to commit Mr. HTATT to jail until to testify. Mr. of Massachusetts, waa men- tioned m English Parliamentary history, that on a certain oecaaton, when the Houso of was about to order commitment of a witness to the custody of the the Speaker, before patting the qnaatton, volunteered to say to the Honre that they should pause before they undertook to pass upon a qucaHon ao material to the liberty of a citizen. Tbat very now before you, Sir. You are to decide or. the liberty of a citizen, and I shall put the question to the Chairman of the Committee. It Is an unprecedented fact When you commit ibe gen- ,leman at the bar to the common jail, and if you es- tablish In thla body such a precedent, It will be a law In other cases. If It were conceded that to thla body belonged all the of the House of Parliament, I should not say anything. But it la notoriously un- true that we have such. The House of Parliament was without written constraint or constitution. Their power waa so omnipotent that it waa facetiously said they could do everything but change a man tu a woman, or a woman to a man. No such large pow- ers are claimed by the Senate. All powers are specific, and It cannot act In all possible In summoning a witness to the bar, and calling ou him to testify under paint and penalties, if you have the power you mutt find it in the per- haps, In the express words, hut In the Intent and meaning. There are three cases wbero tho Senate has this power. The first Is In the trial of Impeach- ments the second U In the examination of an elec- tion, and la the qualifications of Us members the third is In judging of thn conduct of Its mem- bers, and punishing by expnltlon- These three cases are judicial In character, and also, let me add, judicial In purpose. Beyond these cases, wblch stand upon the exprest words of tbe Conttlution, theie are two other cases which do not stand In the exprest letter, but so clear ly on reason and necessity that they may be oonshler- ed within the latent of the Constitution. First, In a cue oi Inquiry Into an alleged Infraction of prtv- it_____ __.! in nf inillllrV IntA Lhft llOD- in tbe whole country for Imprisonment of a bf a body aa tha> Senate for a longer The Senator from otte, lab-r. under th. ddu- Maine, Ilk. tlou that Inherit .11 I.rpowe7rof the British least nous, of or al nrcertaiy. With I despotism on earth ore stilctly. We mKl w -----w IT if Lena NATCUOH bad more than that, ha thought wonldba to give it up. Tbe House of_Lordi bad power to fiac, Imprison and put to rbtrb Would daiae portion lave all th. powert necet- to judge of ihe neceaalty. ge of than th death. To-day to imprison a man for life. Seaate next year, it necesaary to pot to death. j BCD, adjndged it WM neeeatary we only judge it Onr successors of th belag TbU Senate, not lon to puclsa a man for libel, aad actually Imprisoned htm The Senator from we have certain RI anted. Wools to jfadge? The Senate, unleu the Supreme ConitMudi them a Died Scott decision. The Senator savs we) bavi certain powerf granted, and we are to judge I of what la accessary to carry them out Dt spoutm would be the legitimate conse- qneneeof such docti tutlon, wbero It tavt the Uul'ed by ne. Ho leferrad to the Consti- "Ihe not delegated to the Conitltutlon, and not pro- hibited by it to too 1 tatei, arc reserved." This, be claimed, was eoaclustve it at the Senate had not the power In tbls case. here to vindicate lh lules for Its reception, i Mr CASTXK sent t p the following resolution The foil >wing Invitation was given to th0 Ueginient if cluzen soldiers of th. City of ity. Tbls Is not ib Oeedlence to the li liberty of the American citizen, w Is a higher liberty than thin wild sort of liberty, whjen every man takes it on hlmseli decide, tccoidlig o conscience. Of what ought the citizen of this country to be most prou i He Mr DIAR SIR 1 tbe Ho lust, the law of my eouatry, and noih be obeyed therefore, I DOW tu ny coatclenee and all It will be remembered that Hon. M. A. OTEEO Judge WAITS fought a duel In New-Mexico, and to the annexation, which alone can satisfy the ans. The French Government, It alleged. that the project of annexing Piedmont ui cany must be abandoned altogether, i The relsfis fall nepjbejw ma tbe mai to a pie of Tuscany will be called upon to choose 8ove- and there will be no objection lo their choice npon tho Duke of GBWOA, Vicroa EUAHUIL'S _. r. Secondly, the Duchies of Modena and Par mky be annexed to Piedmont by the consent o Inrabltanls. Thirdly, the question of the Ro- na Is to be revlsed.and will probably of the Powers, but stlU the Idea of a separate State of Uie Sovereignty of the Hoi y ?M, and annexation, subject to that Sovereignty eltlerlloTuscarjyor Piedmont, Is not abaudoned Pie irnont will be reaulred to adhere to sali .made under the threat of withdrawing the Fron.-h from Italy and leaving her to tlio mercy o a. MISCKLLANEOTja. London Htrald gives a rumor that the Govern- s about to testify its gratitude to Mr. BBIOBT by tr lleces and, in a cue of inquiry Into the con- duct of the servants of the Senate, as In the case of IU Printer. These stand ou that just and universal right ef Mlf-defence. Inherent In alt parliamentary bodies are. In every Individual. Such are the 4ve cases in whlcb this extraordinary power lias been ex- ercised by the Senate tbe first three standing on trie letter of the Constitution, and the laM two on the great right of self-defence. All five are BanctkineJ by precedent, and all flve are judicial In their character, and also In purpose and latent. It is now proposed to add another, and I find the power which Is now sought tn enforce this nas no eaiiction in the letter of tho Constitution, or In the light of self-defence, or In any precedent of tbls bony, and the Senate may well pause before tbey take a step which maybe fatal to the liberty of a ciitren. Uniler the resolution forming the Committee, the witness been brought here, and the now calls on tbe Senate to Imprison an American citizen without any sanction of the Constitution or precedent. I don't stop but 1 out In this roolutlon two capital defects. First, It Is an .w- sumption Of judicial power by this body without auy judicial purpose or Intent. Tnls Committee Is In It- sell Dibunal of transcendent powers, but without uowtrotpunishment. It kits lu secret, like tho In- nulMtlon, with power lo denounce before tha worll our fellow-citizens as felons and tra'.tors. If any sti'iB- power exists under the Constitution, I say Utlonss to the other branch of Goverownt, who, having power to impeach, nay institute an in- oulry The ConBtitutlou of Maryland provides that her delegates may Inquire Into complaints, and offences aa a grand inquest, and mny comailt any person (or crime, but I doubt If the Sena'.e of mat State would nnderldke lo eiercise so transcendent a power. You assume to Inquire Into an alleged c.ime, no matter when committed or what Its na'.ure, wheth- er treason murder, or riot. I may be peculiarly iltlve, out I cannot forget, as a citizen of Massachu- setts, her own bill of rights, prepared by Joiiw ADAHS, which expressly announces that judicial powers must be severeu1 from legislative, and the legislative powers kept separate from the judicial, that II may be a gov- ernment of laws and not of men. In tho second place, I havo a broailer ground of It provides for the examination of witnesses, and now Invokes the compulsory process, not In the performance of the judicial duties of the Senate, hut simply lu the performance of legislative duty, lias the Senate any power over a distant ritlzen which It has not over an officer oi the Govern- ment hRre! And If It Is In the habit of treating these with consideration and respect. 1 do not see the- reason why a cltlien guilty of no of- fence should be treated differently. I think hi should be allowed to communicate what he may know In such a way as shall be mott In bannony with bis feellnga, and In which tbe of ail may be protected. At all eventa, If the Senate Is to exercise any tuch power. It tbould not be by virtue of a simple resolution, hut In pursuance of a general law which ahall have passed both Houses, and received the approval of {lie PiesWent. I submit that the Senate will not hastily undertake lo exercise a power wnlcn Is not sanctioned by the Constitution or by reason, and which is ebnoxlous to just criti- cism, W In Iteelf, so vast In lu consequences. If you send! this gentleman to prison vou a precedent for alleases hereafter, and declare that the should say, "ItIs Ing but Ibe lawli the law, Though are sgainst It, alllf It is my duty as a ciUrsn." lie tftaasht there was Ho cause for the alarm of the Sen ator for New-Hampshire, and he thought this individ- ual btd no particular claim to sympathy, eicept 1'. was tbat sympathy for a man who believed, against the judgment of tke whole country, that bis con- science was right Mr. HAU asked Mr. ClMTIHBU bad made this per given by the Cons Congress. These what law bad been violated, thought the Senator from 'ectly plain. Certain powers were Itutlon to promote the tare but tbe mode of using powen and reflations will be found In the joint rules, Tnc Constitution gives Con power to paw all necessary to curry pui the powers tranted. He did not think the cooperation of both branches iectasary In a case like tills. Thr Bentle was not to ask the other branch lo concede by law the power ofi making a wlmesa answer. This a power of its Each body has summoned wltnrues. Tbls has been the nrarUce. and of course all the rest folloW If the Senate hm a rlglit to Institute inqulrt. si It has a right to pursue them. If a witness rciuies to answer In a Court, he If cille'l on to cxeuse him! elf anil wat> It ever heart! of uiat a should indertake to no back to the orlglni! cause of action, abd say, ThH man taa no .right to sue In this cute, ke bis no foundation for a ml1 at all'" In this eft the wlluess bss turned upon us and iBPead of an iwerlne for the apparent neglect of the summonH he J ad recehed, he says, rliht lomtse this! Inquiry, sjrl vou had uo rigot tu sinninon and now it Is eipected tnu wuulJ asotj ollmplie.'. and direct him lo he dUchimru. 1 snjipo'e It Is possible a man might Convention, there expecting to elected a Dslao to Charleston Convention, but h. did not Mr. U false, Sir. Mr. know anything abonttt. Mr. yon should not speak thp subject. I Mr. believe, however, the gentlaanaw was a candidate then, but did not succeed. After further proceedings, the House refused to sus- pend the rules for thi Introduction of resolution by IlS-Najs.i 0. Mr. DAWIS. of Maaaachuwtti, from th. Committee on reported a resolution that Mr WILUAMSOJI, coa estlng the right of Mr. Suxua to his seat, bo required to serve on Mi. with- in len days from the of this rcsolutloa. a par. Mcnlar statement of I ae ground of conteat, and ihftt Mr. SICXLM serve h s answer on Mr. Wauutapm. within twenty U areaftar t and that both, whBJta, ilxty Uie UtUi lony i i tho mannar reqalMd 1 AW The consideration of the'resolution postponed) till Thursday. Mr. GiiMii, of No-la Carolina, (American.) frfraa Uie tame Committee made a minority repeat AM To Col. l.rrriETs The ConrolttM lo taw uKUiatlOD of the lUtat on ISM Dd for ttt attendance of jour HeglSMHi. Tb4 't do Yvu will be ihaprlDclpaluaMo "You will do la anl jour country. You will you jasterdaf thffl tl ib the prompt completion of a aubstnnllul line of tcl clutched bv anv partisan majority whose handle will be In 11114 chamber hut whom- point will be In the most uistant nail of the Republic. Whatever be my course. I feel I cannot go wrong when I lean to the side of-Llberiy. But suppose you feel you have this power, is it eipe- dlent to use It on this occasion T It may -be well to have the strength a giant, but It Is tyranny to use t like a giant. Tor myself, I confess a feeling of grati- tude to the witness, who. having nothing he desires to conceal, hut anxious only for the liberties of all, that they shall uot suffer through him, though weak In body and enfeebled by disease, ventures to brave prison with which you menace him, and thrust forth his arm as a bolt to arrest an unauthorised and arbl- of Maine, referred to the original resolution said it was offered at a time pi general excitement, when Insinuations were made In Uie papers that the Republican Party waa pan and parcel of the raid at Harper's Ferry, and they all voted for it; and at that time the question not raised as to the power of the Senate, nor were the teims of the resolution very strictly scrutinized. II jvlDg no doubt of the general power of the Senate, he had voted for It. But now tbe question Is raiie-J. iuihe first place, tfeaate has power U' make the Inquiry and secondly, whether It ibe power to compel the'witness to ,Ue did not think the resolution was told by beyond the judicial capacity of the Sonato. They bad a right to- inquire Into tbe fartu, though he bad some doubt as to whether the> MJ a riRht to Inquire whether any person oulilUe ol this transaction aided It by counsel or It is not necessary that the Constitution .hou tl glyo specific words for everything we do. According u the showing of tbe Senator from tain powers were given, and so far as It li necessary to these powers for our own protection, no one denies the right. We may clear disturber to be ejected. shall we atop? Only at that point when we hare Rone far enough to accomplish the ,In "ff we propose to legislate, and need tbe facts. Mr. F. pro- ceeded to affue tiit the Constitution gave certain powers, and also all other powers which were ncres- sary tocarry oat the powers speclsllT granted. If They were all bound by a common law, aud all ihould submit to that law. Mr. of Rhode Island, replied and submitted as a substitute for Mr. that Mr. HVATT I be discharged from custody and placed on toe sanle footing with other who have already appeared before that Committee and given testimony, he having declared bis willingness to snpfar before 'hem voluntarily. ol Maryland, (IJem..) said that Mr. HYATT'S offr r to a spear voluntarily was coupled wuti an condition that tbe Senate slatl recog- nize bis rights that Is. they shall confers that they had no autharity to arrest him. Now this nower, although: not expressly cenlarred In tha Con- stituUoB, recognized by the statute law. Mr. DoounuTof Wisconsin, con- vinced that tie ppwer to compel wllnesses to appear and testify, and gave reason for that ODlalon. They want te Governor Wisa and they Ihonld not yield the qnestioa of power. ItwaJH power which, of must exist. Such powerbaa been exercised by almost every Btnte LeglUatuie, and he sbonM insist npon its exercise by the Senate. Mr. Sinuous withdrew his ameadjtent. Mr. DAVIS, of Mississippi. thought the plea a very shallow one. that when a witness is brought here for a greatjubllc purpose he should say that conscience Is too tender to Mil the If tta SenaU should proper to withdraw the power from toe to send for persons and he, (DAVIS.) as one of that Committee, would ruTl discharge dulles as beat he could. Mr. MASO- the Impartanee of "toDtlnir the resolutions.] Kvery man who could give Infor- mation wssbourjd by duty to bis country to do to. and the Idea men can set up their eonscientlou. convictions us aneiruse for evading this dut> should not be lolerated in a Kepubllran Government. Mr Let me tell the Senator from Virginia tbat wo are here aa a Republican Governmant to-day. because men were found In the olden times who set up ihelr consciences agalast the law of the existing Government. f _.__ Tbe resolutions were adopted by the following JAnlhany, Bayard, Benjamin Blgl.r. 1 Aid Viktrtat, slid regiment visited this city IB our- suance u( sui h and Wktrtat, The of said regiment, thoagh bavlag good reasc n to aallclpate a warm and corillsl reception, in acco dance wnh the terms of their in- viUllon, for tome cause disappointed, and ex- niftsiiu muih thereat, and The membeis of regiment, cltitrns of Uie of expected to (trure f-me a ;eollon from In natae, and by wbo-eauJlofUy, ibey were IDvlled, being Mid, ia the words of ine inviial'on. that they fthe Com- mittee) i-tm't do ynu von will be the prisei- psl leature of this great and Win-ran, They1 were to Come solicitation of Ihe Coteiles ot the "members the two Houses of Con- grets the and bis Cablaek uud snam, In ,the lai.gusge of the la vital on. all N'ew urgent that yoashi mid be ue chief fesMreof tne occasion, to tnehoaorof Slate and City." This language of In- cluded all ihe fie w-York delegation lutbe Houee, aad et no member ofsaUl delegation, eicept the oae idve Uif iLvl'jUloli, w as advised of it or of aar ol the of the Committee, so far as has been Lftrtf Inluf ri I Wktrtuj, The rnembers of said Regiment, beUrriag that they were invited ai the earnest solicitation of the joi'inbeisof ibis Home (rom New i orIc. had good rtUBOii 10 Kel neglected by sala memotrt; i ll kfnit. n.Tnorah'e member wno In [the from New at Ihe solIcltapaD of all Ihe Dipirtmt-uls of tlie National UovBmavent at tXiejit Hit Judlciaiy, was laft alone to entertain me large number comprHing said RJfgi- eiii. to invlie (fit in u> fit COUM on line day of their depmure. when he made a speac-k In which tie mlglu hkve Informed the Regiment trttr the othtr mtmbersof tbe New-Aork delegallon were not Tire'ent anil thus have prevented Uie Imputation upon said delegation as conlalneJ In the extract from the Commtrfiat Advtrtuer of the CHr M New- York of Keh. Now. n wnrd M to oar Uralment while In Wash thiooghont., Onr were not decently tecelfed. and the men seacaa have Iwen for on a Borne rt Uibllfhe.1 cha get were a. follow. fifty eents, pantaloons brushed, flT ?.erythlng else In Tho _ Yorkers wtre in atoweilnjr, passion, and la. peis fjmpalhited with oi. Penooal alluta IS I mit tor of ot ArinsM, eDnfy. line. Lathfcm. Ifumn. Nicholson, Pierre, Rlee. tlan.Slldell, TeuEyck, Thompson. Trumbull. Mr. ___ (Rep.) said he dif- fered wTth bolh'lhe Senator from Massichusetu and from Maine. What the Senatei now proposed to do was to Imprison a man lor life on a mere point of etiquette that the whole of it. The real answer of Mr. HVAW that he Is ready, and always waa, to answer voluntarily, but not upon compulsion. But you say you will not hear him voluntarily, but apply force to make him answer, or else you will send him to tha common jail. He said there waa no pjecedeul ____ _.......HlBihtm, Hale. HamJlM.Har- Ian. BUmnrr, TuoiobB, H ilsoD. Executive sesllon. Adjourned. OF REPRESENTATIVES. W.ASIIIHOTOK, Moaday, March IS. WAHHHU of Wbconsin, offered a preamble forth that the most shameful frauds had been perpetrated on the Menemonee by destfralng men, reducing them to utter deatltntlon, and asking for a select committee to Inquire Into the sub- ject, and by what authority R. W. Taourson has re- ceived o( their money. These Indians have always been on the most friendly terms with the United States, and joined our forces In the Black Hawk war. .A few years ago they owned nearly all the State of Wisconsin. Having been defrauded out of their lands, they have been reduced to a very small reservation. Mr. LlaiAlU, of Wisconsin, desired to as to call for all the correspondence on the subject In the course of his remarks, be said that Mr. KSMBAW, who came here In connection with the- Indians, did so in direct contravention of the wlabe. of the ment. He thought that the adoption of the rr by the Wisconsin legislature in one day by Republican vote looked suspicions. Mr In reply to a remark of Mr. reason wh, the latter had not been consulted on the subject waa h. had gene to Wisconsin to attleri the DwaoertUe State fStaiV.'r.H Vlfe and WMUW aDV kl lo them, but wi-areocrter obligation to anv we ,htd, not to Cong regional i [Here tbe resxliriiwss broken orT.J And Whereat. The members from New-York dldnot pay their to the members of the RfKUaent. the latter, aa II Is generally known, underatood'and beUeved, were not rScognlwd bythe Joint Coinaajtu. of Congress, or any of Its exeapt the hon- orable member of the Senate who tent caal to Uie National Hotel a short time betora tha danaitur. of the Regiment; and Tha New-York delefation eomld take any active part In th. raoapiton M nent of the regiment without aeeasinf havirg beea either Invited or reqaartad aa to do bv tho Commlttte of ArrsmgesneaU and Wkertot, The strange spectacle to the woiid of the national inauguration of a i ef tbe Father of his Country during thoaaaa. Congress, for wblch ten tbousaad and a large number of fUMts From different parts of country, with rlderable nutLotm of the members of olthpr being present on the occasion, appareat y in ouence of thetr been of the made by the joint committee of thl. llouw chargc-d with untruth by one of the of thto "smUtee of ArrsD.emenU, and Is charged wlU stating such untruth for tbe purpose of political aap- Ital (or himself; therefore, Rettlvtd, Tnat tbe Comaslttoo eharavdjrith maklag for Inananrnttoil ot the Statue ol WAWIHOTMI, on the of f eontarva be and tbey hereby dlrectad to report to thla House sll the arrangements and proceedings .nn- nected with tbat occaaloa, togetbw with a. aeewiat of tbe manner In which the money appT.nria.ted therefor has been expended. Mr. BSABCB, pf North Carolina, rose o a point of order, Mr. a hoped there would no late i mo- tion, it was tie bert reading he ever heard. tUugh- strict Mr. BBABCH objected, unless Mr. pei mltted to explain. The Clerk resumed tho reading, bnt Mr. Interrupti-d, pand demngogUm (Dcm..) ere of South Carolina, proposition stufj, further reading of tbe proposition, suiting to the Seventh Rtginient. Mr." AraAW. of f BIT u> the extent the permit. The time would come 1 Jreg.rt he had Introduced here. n. They did nol rotne hither for champagne and oys iH-lni to grt ttera al home, of Peunsylvanla, maintained debate was not In oroer, pending Uie motloa to iu nendue lulet- lie thl. objection to J- Mr. IlousTOS, Of Alabama, said should not tolerate the reading, as the such a paper lalo tha was fraud ei-' called to order by the Chair. He wanted to; make a nooiion. ,nj nays. 1 ob- The Do IL Mr. I demand the ject to taking up the time of the n of such slanderous sluff. offence Inteaded bytto Mr. U "J from the Democri.lic proportion. "J" rf ov reading Ibat erf, ;