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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1860, New York, New York                                TOL. 9061. NEW-YOKK, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, Ib60. e a report of t-Tidmce given bt Cote a Committee of that which bta not beeu given, without expli nation, cUlly as the House was tne oiily place v nere correc- tion could be marie. Mr. CovoDr, of Pennsvlvanla, (Rep. want to ray In ippl> to tbe remarks of my cjl' :ague on the Ci mmlttee, I ilonot him to intimate that ary uf the Committee had fur ilahed any of thiH I would state to tbe Hu le that there was une occasion In which evidence eared in the columiiK of tne New-York Herald one d y In advance of its coming befoie toe Committee. Tbp corrtf-poi drnt was called ai  nce before it WHS pieaeuttd to tbe Committee. I i la'ed to lil-n that 1 willing he should get an I publish the evidence as soon alter it was given could. We sent for Ibis correspomiei fed him, and he then teitlfiec Ihtit ihe witness called upon hi four timer, aud Bnilly gave him rtfmed to Of tbe gentleman from Alt to us as na t, and quail- before us three or he evldenre bimi. As ti the It tte s, tuev were handed In by M VAIT DTEC. Mr. AViBT, of Tennessee, rifle a Spee.-ti In iti-teni v of Soutbtra rigbts under thi Constitution, and against what he characterized as I epuolican ag- terms to thf resolution, Houfe some t'rue ago by Mr. DLAEC, of of he read, Mr. A VIET, In Ihe course of speeqh, referred In ffereii to the Otolo, the pre- of woicb WAS to the thai, whereas, holding properly In mm wascont'ary lo nature and justice, clpies of fite government, and a noto lo the coufltiy. throughout the clvlltzei seriuus DifidriUice repaolloan liberty Tiie resolution wblrh followed, he said by tbut gentleman's colleague, (Mr. roners of that party. Mr 9HIS.MAN, of Ohio, (Rep entlemin from lie, aud.tbere- say ihlsmunn. las read waa be nekl pi tne. ess referred particularly to L------------rjrrupthlmto! gentle man rtver tend at all in tbe House. In' foie, 1 ft el at liberty to interrupt hi: The pif amble which the genileini tbai offered by my colletgu (Mr. BLAKE) as ilmply f.ir reference to thi Cuajmtttee on lae Inlo the nine- Slavery wnere Another fact: with Instructluns to dlency ol reuortlns. a bill to prohibit Cuiipijrts has tbf light to probtolt 1'. -itiinl Inn prtn- oaa re prone a world, and a   t to tr-e resolution of the geiitletna i from Soutn Carolint. But the action of tb sixty mem- bers who roled for that resolu, ion wts not a declaration on their part that they would Interfere with Slavery in the slave States. I iblnk tbf re is not a member en tbls side of the IIcuFe who Is not now wllilni to mike the decl'rttlf n, broadly and openly, that he Is opposed to any Interference whatever with thi relations of natter aiid slave In the Slave States. We do believe that bss the power to prohibit Slavery ta the Territories, and whenever the o -cailon whenever the proper tlmi whrnerer the comes up, we are In favor tbut power, If necessary, to prevent extension of Slavery inlo free terrttury. We are 'rank aud ooen on tills subject. But we never and do not fopofe, to Interfere with Slavery In the Slave hope tbe gentleman will put these {observations in his speerh. Mr Sir. Mr. that tbe gentleman's constituents thfcl we Black Republicans" are not so of iLterferlng with UN Ir Interests or i that we are only desirous of preserving our 0T-TI. Mr, Asnuosx, of South Carolina, you District of Velum ma. Mr. BBIBJIAH-I have stated to my cousDtnents, m hrif o' Columbia, That Is my individual position. The Repuhlican Party never took a position on the subjoin. Some are for tt some against It. I bave declared to my stitoenrs. over and over agatn. that I did not think it proper to the question on tbe abolition of I be- lle ve that this Is the very paradise of free negroes. I believe thai .practically, though not legally, be Is bet- ?U 5.lgtrlct w any porUon of ihe United States. There are but very few slaves here, and tbe number is diminishing daily. As an mstltu- to Mr. MOISILL. of Maine, argued the revUlon otihetarlffasaDecesslty, especially In view of the fact that tbe great bulk of the public debt falls due In 1808. After combating the doctrine of Free-trade, he said he would treat agriculture, manufactures and mining alike, as all contribute to the general pros- He explained the pending Tariff and Loan Mr.'Jsuxs, with the view of Axing tbe responsibility where it belongs, argued that the North three yean after the adoption of me Constitution, cosamenoed the agitation of tbe Slavery question by tbe presenta- tion of petitions, following It up to the present time for tbe purpose of establishing a great sectional party to put Slavery under the ban. Tbe Harper's Ferry raid waa the legitimate fruit of these Anti-Slavery and treasonable teschlnga. The Committee rose, and the House adjourned. TRANSATLANTIC NEWS. 4iriral of the iiutraLuian at Portland and the Bammonia at ffew-York. THE HAILS BY THE AMERICA. THE BENICIA BOY IN BONDS. Fresh Attempts with the Atlantic Cable. Projected Tour of Victor EmanncI Through hii Raw States. AN IN6UBBECTIOI IN THE CITY OF NAPLES General amd Miscellaneous The steamship Auttraldnan, from Liverpool at noon of the 1 Ith, Qneenstown, on the 13th, arrived at Portland at 0 o'clock yesterday morning. She has been chartered for the voyage by the Canadian Steamship Company, to take the place of the Novt Section, which was to have a new screw put In her. The steamship Hammonia, from Southampton on the llth, arrived at this poit yesterday morning. The malls by the America were received at the Port office last evenlrg. The Royal Mall steamship Aipm, from New-York, arrived at Liverpool at 1 P. M. of theath. The Canard screw-steamer Etna, from New-York, arrived at Liverpool at 1 P. M. of the Oth. Tbe screw-steamship Aorta Briton, from Portland, arrived at Queenstown on the evening of the 10th. The steamship Tetitonta, from New-York, arrived at Southampton on the 12th. Tbe steamship from New-York, arrived at Southampton on the llth. GREAT BRITAIN. THE GREAT PAIZE FIGHT. THI ARRJBT Of TBK DUIOIA 18 HELD TO BAIL ROT TO riOBT. Corretfondtnet Uu fine-York LOHDOII, Saturday, April The forthcoming fight for the championship of England has created an immense excitement in Gag- land, and as Ibe day draws near for It to come off a has been raised even the wise legisla- tors in council assembled bave not deemed it beneath their noilce to bring Ihe matter forward in Parlia- ment. Royalty Itself has paid tbe Benlcla Boy a visit, or rather his representative at tne Olympic Theatre, where a farce, under the title of the Btt's, has been played wiih immense success, KOBSOH tak- ing the pirtof a student traveling thrjugh tbe coun- tiy. nispoiitnan'eiiu marked wKu two B'a, his Initials, and at the Hotel he was taken for the BtnicU Buy, aiid iccelved a great mauy attentions accordingly. Tills, of course, in Reason's bunds created a great deal of iun. But to revert to the serious. Yesterday warrants were Issued for tbe arre t of HIIAJJI, and he was taken at TieLt Lock, near Derby. The fol- low ing are tbe particulars: "Oil Thursday sftei noon last a detective officer of the Leicestershire cuust-Dulury, named CLAUC, ar- rived in aimed with a warrant fur me appro- ii of HasBAH but as the pugilist was quar- In DerDyimrti, it was nrceniary ID si (he war- ihiit should be Ducked by a Derbyshire magistrate. the signature of Dr. HSTOATS o' Demy, WbsquicSly obmlteiJ, and at 10 o'clock, ou TDaraday t vexing tie officer, accoiopaulcd Dy Suptruitetdeiii KUAW, o the Derby division, Seueant LbWKCis, aud police constable HAU.IU, started Iroin Dtjby lu a trap, and pruceeiled tu Trent Locs whicU clviuts tbe couutlua of Leicesteisbue and Ueiby- snlie, aiiiveu aoout 1 o'clock on Good Friday moniing. put up at Dsioon's public hobse.aiid rtmnluea until 5 A. M woen they pro- cttoeU to tne Navigation Inn, Trent LOCK, which is ktpl by Mr. Kics. A Trent fcrrymaa let them into me house, and itwy linmedUteiy themselves at the foot of ihe beJ- rooin suns and ukeo forme landlonl. lie Cdme, tbey aikt-d i( HCSNAN was cot in tbv house T Tae labdloid u piled that He naj been there on me evtMi g previous, but he could not say Ida' be sleepliiit in tbe house. Sergeant L'lWXDsa and Police dutiable tuen went up aUire., KIII! entered a btU'ivum. The oed tvaa euipiy. but by tho iltlv of It astilrt, itowsers and wairlcodL in tne roo'ii, lioMt-ver, was MACDODALD, Mr. liuuius, aiid uoatncr (r-eiiU ol HSKNAM'S. I hey said Kiev Clu not kuuiv he 1'neofficeisM-arehed every ftom up lor moul an hour, and men returned nans. Directly afterwards a miu rumnd whokftp- the loct buUbeonthe TientoanK, Inlo ibe noube, DrinjjiDK with Mm a nuio wrlt- ttn lii peiicll, ke bandixi to toe landlord. Toe in plain cidnts, au i Suueriu-eodeai said to JAOCBOH, Woo is it from r and JIB re- HSSBAB.' was as follows 'lam at tbe lock-house for my sttoei; must bring them directly.' Tae police at once uro- ctedea to me house, wbkn uiey Tne ccupant however, would not admit them, op stairs, ctoutiy dtuied tbat HSSHAJI was in the boute It i lieu agieed that Sergeaut L JWBDIS sauola -iia to Mr. SUTTOK, of a intgltirdio lltliig and get h starch wariani, lu ordtr that they mtgut go up stairs. About ten inlnu es alter be had Deo a .Ispatcbed oa tbls errand juiniMd ttie Dtoioom win ow, and made a clear lev over le bead ol Police Constable HALLAM. He at once took 10 Jls bet-U, and waa pursued oy the officurs A usuUr BUeple-ihase ensued, but' the line of coua- being iiew to the Ame-ican, and hlsonre feet ue- ng cut by the be was comuelled to siup. after go nit over two or three fields. Both he and blsfrleuds itemed veiy mortified at tbe capture. A trap WAS sovn In attendance, and he was at once coiiveyoil (o Drrbf a oiilam e of (en miles On the road be bad a httle 'chuff1 with tne police. He tbeu hat be bsd notngnefl an agreement 'o aiid tbeiefort- bis apprehension was illegal. HCIXAK Untulii: 1 breii removed t vice. Wity tion't hey take SATsas? I nave been huu'ed a ills airlvnl at Derby, aoout 10 A Friray, caused a Rieut sensaU-m. aud a U'ge Di'ftregated m (rout of ihe Towu Hail, to wnioft ne iitf He whs at once p'lt Into the lock-iip aud uec'ly afrtrwsrds was by Mr. H Qir BOBM, a Derby oidered him to oe placed hi befer quartets. Mr. HILTON, the heat con- sialiln ol the boruugb, very kind I v took him to his inn house, sdjotolirg the Town Hall, wbere for 'be >rrteM be is comfortably quartered. Danog the day MACDOHAID arrived, and Di. HSTOATS, haviasj OefQ by Mr. 8. LSICH, (from the office or Mr. GAMBIB, olicllor.) who apprsred for HsxtiAit, agreed to take efpectaole ball for appearance." At 1 o'clock to-day the following telegraph reached us: "HiiRAjf. the Benlcla Bor, has just been bound over, himself in and two gentlemen In Derby H2J each, fur tbe term of six mouths, lie Is this mo- ment at liberty, and looks weLL" Tbe magistrates at Newmarket have refused to grail warrants for tbe arrest of BATBU, and he Is tt il continuing his training. The fight will come off as originally intended on the morning of the lO'h, at o'clock. Tickets will be issued for some two bun- dled people, at three guineas each. course sjpce he has been In England has not been very satis. factory to real friends. He has repudiated those I have been bis strongest supporters, eaurug a falling off in tbe good feelings previously exlstl him as a mtn of honor. By the next mall we be able to give yon full particulars of the tie fight rauoKApHfc Acoonm. HSBHAJI was before the magistrate at Derby oa Kb, charged with the Intention of engaging ta a pi fight, thereby causing a breach of the peace. LSXCH appeared In his behalf, aad (aid HIIXAX never broken tbe peaee in England, and had no In- tention of doing so. True, he may have made us of harsh language U the excitement ef his cant re, when hie passion was aroused, but when he con Id- ered that he had been banted oat of eight count es, while his opponent, 8 ATMS, was alto wed to gc on with tlie greatest Impanity, ibe, did feel son at If be Died expressions whteh he ought not. 'wo respectable gentlemen were -ready to gire ball to the amount required. Guided by the station In life for 1TAI T, lICOMJTUNlCATIOlf Or OTJJB MOST BOLT HAIRS, BY THE POPE'S BULL OF APOB10L1C UTTKK PIB8 IX., POP! BT Tfel tJsUCI WHICH THI PUNISH un Of COMMDHICATIOH IB 111 UOTED OJT IKS AJID DBOarns or sova OF on CAt PaOTIHCn. Pins r. r. ir. To the eternal memory founded be hoped the Bench would assets the ball small amount. The Clerk answered that the B agreed to take HmsjiAB'i own with twe sureties la e reeognlsanee (Londappla at a neb He added that the authorities had no feeling beyond the preservation of tbe peaee. Itwas stated b Court that HKUAB could not further be Interfered an> where unless he broke tbe peaoe. The were promptly signed, and HJOBAJI and his left Deiby foi London. i BtU't Ltft was most indignant at the capture, It attributed to HXUAV and bis companions g a place where they were almost certain of subitqacnl edition exonerates Haaaax, aad sa  iment, and advocates tbe maintenance of the boundaries 01 France, Germany and Italy. Tlie answer of Austria to the circular of M Tcoc- VIRIL on the annexation of Savoy, like that c f Rus- sia, raires no objection to the anuentlon, so iDDg as It Is the frte of Plcumont, and not an ap- peal lo universal suffrage. She desires tie neutral- ity of Piedmont It appears to be expected that the opposition to tbe ceulcn of Savoy tud Nice will be pretty deter nlned, tbougb the number of votes against it can scarcely be large. It tbat Count CAVOOS was re urnetl for tight different M. FAKIIU for ten, and Gen. GASIBAIJU for Uute. SPAIN. The Emprror of Morocco had ratified the bases ofpesie. Tbe following is the It-xt as ItapiBarsln the Msdrid Gazette: O'DoimiLL, Dose >f Tetuan, C tont of Luctim, Ac., MULCT CALIPH. authorize.. b> btr Ukjetty Queen of ihe apaios and Majtlly tbe Kins; of Morocco, have kgreed on ibe lullowliig preliminary baiek for the con lutlon of tbe irtaty peace that U to put an end to t le war pi. I n kud MoriK-CM I. HIS M-jtBty ice King of Moroccf cedes to her M me Qiif en ol the Sptins, lu peri etutty, full puttestlon anJ swertlgniy, aU teirlfr i com- pilied Mum tea, following the Delgbtg of Sierra Bulriiiits. at far us tbe load 01 Angbera. AST. !4. loifiesiime manner, hit Majesty King ot HOIOLCO tocuaieJe, ID peri etulty, uie coast of the oi'rau to Bants Cruz.lhe Pe- qui ua, the lerntrry tufficient for Uie forautiun of aa esiabiitbmeiit like" iLut which there ratify. Juro-tm Asr. 3. Hii Msjtsty tbe Kin r of Morocco wll wiihni Ue ljilil.it peitod l'ie co itlat'Ve to Ike plm-es of WelilU. El Penon bui'eruaa, whlLb Ue plenlpoteittiarles of Moiocco signed at Tetuan on the i4ln day rip of md Al- tn aud August, AKT. 4 At a just indemnity for the expense of the war, Lls MHjesiy tbv King of Morocco engage t pay to her y tr-e Quern of toe Stains tnelsum f tw 111 tj ml I o' The mo 'B of ptylng this sum will I'C fnipuuttd in tbe of pea AAT. 5 Ti e town of Tetuan, witb l'ie whnli of the trrdturt hat formed the anrleut piisaallc of tt lii-nie, will rtrnftln lu the of her lajeety ire Qiin-n ol i-ecurlty for the execiimaof tbr spcc-ifitd. In tne aforesaid artx: e until tlie complete pajiuejit of ibe Indemnity. Im- mi-oia tit after tbe payrueut shall bat 9 bet-n ruat e In full, the Spanish uok-pt will evaci ate the said town and ten itory. f AAT. ft A treaty of commerce ShtU be concli (fed, to vh'tb will be tttpulateit, In favor of Hpiln. all tkead vaiiuget   would have been or shall herei Iter be dt d to the most Uvored nation. At i. 7. To avolb. in futuie, events like the that nrratioi.rd the ptrteiit war, the represent: of at Morocco may rcnt'e it Fek or si he best futiru fo> tne prorecuouof Bpaultb luten for tAr nmtntmance of good rpUUont ootwiea Uie fj IIIsMsjenty the EmpJBmr of Morodco wllj tu'iior'ze tbe ea'ablishrnent Fern o( a dence, that after tbe fall ol the Ronati its consecutive division lite (Se Rumlih Pope, whom Chrtit has ilslikTliail u 5e rf this matter. As At established ay, the- that Oct. Che bis whole Catholic Church, founded aad ___ ___ Lord Christ for the everlasting sarrattoa of bis acquired tbe fora of a i sodMy m dl vine character, it oagbt, Its sacred ministry, to It may not be subject to aa' therssjsjre, la order to _ quired those guarantees wbieh wan tt with ibe Prorf: L lUimlth chief and "the centre of __ temporal power. Therefara. ordered by God in tbi wtoeat as such a great nnmbZr and cal liberty which Is so much wanted exercise bis spiritual power, anthoiUv tion In the whole world, miaout any And, therefore, U wu asuesaary thai the world should not bave any reasoa to soagoaa Bomlsh Pope is subject to any mlasstoe drt powers, or Massed u the uerdas of the' which the Holy has to fatal! greater part of Ibe ChrMUis. ItlseasUr that the dominion of our Roman Chwta having the appearance of theletslireallvofaspliltual character, 'hlchit enjoys, and by theeibaa ttos which it ta connected.wfth sdi Chrtsttaa asTetPs, M dbUncUon which U enjoys, and by theeioos ttee which it U connected with all Chrtsttaa affaire. tbls not prevent that all these things wMea duce to the secular welfare of the peoples talned by tae Church, as the history o'flae tM nlgn of the Roman Popes durmg so many show, most good tbe enemies of this Church endeavor to weaks] i aad tosmbanasslt by many Intrigues and all kinds In there Impious attempts tbey were sooner or later by God, who always Church. Tbe whole world knows already aoer.Aar- fpg these sad times, the adveiaarles of iae flsOallu and Apostolic Bee have made thesasalvas oa by their attempts, which Were cbaraeteriaed Spanish like that exists nsa of kl Tan- ABT 9. Her Mijectv the Queeii of Spain will Imme. dlattly appoint two Plenipoteut aMet, who. w ih oth.rs b> Hii Majetir ue Emperoi of H.I- IOCID, will have to draw up tne definltlre art clei of Uie ireaiy of peace. Tbeie PUnlpoUnUar ss will mtf i in n of Tetuan, and their IsTcrs will have to be completed with me least poittnle delay, Ue'line In 10 case 10 excee't thirty days.ra koalas: b, m date LEOPOLD O'DONN ELL, I6SO. MITLE'f ABBAS, The basei of of peac  ea nni ttgnea between Sntin i nd Mo- rocco, by Linr  Chunn, well as the faithful believers of every rai.k, dignity and clws joined thtlr own pro- to ours, in older to defend unanimously the of tbe Holy See, aud of ibe Church In general, ibey very well un lerttlxxl how mucn tbe temporal -which made qdestloaaile oa tais occasion, IF euary for the maintenance of the Papal Power. But we shudder in sayliii Sardinian Govent- inf m has not only our admonition and com- and our reliilous rf tcnimenl. but by perse- terligin Its wtrkedness1 by force, money, threats, terror and other cunning means, they oouUed urive'sal vole in their faMr, and dared to Invade oar irovmctt to occupy them, and to turiject thesa l.elr This Is a gieat profanation, as tao of bave against the law ure aud of law has beea ovar- thiown, and the n all temporal power aad human bave been nndtrmlntd. We percelre> on one tide, with the greatett gnef. how useless ould be all farther complaints against those who, deaf adders, close their ears, and who do not u ten to our and aad, oa the oilier tide, we feel wnat tbe cause of our Apostolic See and tbe whole Catholic world requires, for stlg- mm z-kg tbe of those wicked own, la Order not by mrylng to prejudice the dignify of oar grave fh..r. It rtmltM faithful to the examples of our predecessors, we exercise that au- ity which gives us the porter to looten and to bind. In order to employ the neceistry severity the guilty, and tp'gtve saluiaiy example to llavirg Invoked Oe light of Ihe llo'y Spirit In pri- me ard public i rnjers, nud htrlnx taken tbe advice ot tlie i ex-rend brolbrtstbe Caroinals of our Holy hooiiii Church, we ceclare, In accordance with tao auiixiiiiy which we hold liotn God, aadtae> Apoctlet Pew snd Paul and also la aa- witb our own ttttborlly, all those who havo taken part in UiiiilBfullAturiecilon in our pmTlsjrjes, in usurping, occupy big aid invading them, or (a lup we complained of In oar Diniitoned of, June 30 snd Sept. SB of or those who; have perpetrated aotne of ttii as well as tboee who haw bteti Uietr tnpportcn. belpnra, cooasel- lort, an well as those who oonnlvad at exa- cuilnn tne above-meniiosed deeds, whatever and in wnatever manner, or woo perpetra- ted them themselves, to have taken on themselves the stonroient of the major excommnnicaUon and rell- gluut punlsnmrnt, as tbey are determined In our Apostolic and by tne of the General Council, {especially that of Trent, (tits. 22, chap. 11, On and, II ae- ctuaiy, we them again, we aiiaibcmtie them, rnrther dfcltrlnn tntt are to lote all privileges; aad graces, which they enjoyed uutl now from oar preae- aid that tbey in anr manner ne re- leased or absolved ot tnete bv any one ex ctptourctlTti.or the Human Poiiuff ejceptattbemomrntof.dealh, but evrnt of their recnvery. wben 10 aa- l "10 it. former.late.and given eomoleto to the Tnerefore, all taoaa the remotest marker bave participated la ear ai-d alto the la their SSfoes, lo'fuch revocation, retraction, aad aboU- of tbe ilnt, lo do so personally, mi a in lenity, and lo truth, to give tae fV-tion tbey owe to the Holy See, and under no pre- e to be and freed, but to always remain bound by It until they are worthy toobuta the benefit ol absolution thus we declare by the prtstnt letter. But In bring obliged by aad MOeaslty to foifil tbis rtn of our duiy, we do not forget tbat we represent him on earth who withes not thi death of a tinner, hut nirier tbst be ihoull be converted lire, tor He ctmr Into the world tosses and those who olr. Tberefore, In fervent prayer, we Implore. eM we atk nncaasUgbr, bt tbn meekneM of our heart, tbe mercy of tbe AJaUabty to enlUbten. by the tofkl of Bis boly grace, aad by His Almlf biv virtoe, to -w.ui. u7 u.- and "u aU St. Paul, tp ad o.xm. v. 1 et teq.   

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