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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1862, New York, New York                               i. ov   T i I1-' Vl -r A_ _. x m I Fv.- X rl ,i' jt ,-ii 3HT- 39-jl i Ji r f .r f i. TOtJUr-WO. FOtt MWrtOB AND NEW-YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1662.' tc 4 Staittt> IB tkt tafe Again OUD and OB ADYAHT1GE8 6IIKED. OP IBIPiH'8 SBiBPSnOOTBBS. SPECIAL DISPATCH PBOM WASHINGTON. WAnMttftir, Friday, April 11. Mr. Fox, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, re- Portrett Monroe to-day. He has been In the vfelnlty for the past five days, expecting to wit- Beat tbe destruction of the rebel steamer Mttrrimae If ventured out from under tbe shelter of Cranev Island reoel batteries, where she lay up to o'clock this morning. In her present position she controls the mouth of James River, and to reaMta there M present to prevent janboats- from rtght wing, el to eaaaqr, aow powerfully fartl- fled ihe west tank of the Warwick River near smth. The Mecssity for this delay toven tun ihto tbe bey to removed, when It Is to he hope d that the traitors who now shield themselves ihe iron mail of tbe stolen steamer, will meet the JfeaAer In fair combat, and no longer skulk be- hlad the guns of Craney Island. But the fear Is that this hope wlUnot be realised, as It Is now asserted thai the rebele prefer lo keep the a pro- tection to Norfolk, In the event of tbe approach of oar foTose Of land and water, rather than to- risk her total destruction. Ja gentleman who left Fortress Monroe and the army of the Potomac yesterday asserts that our troopsfc re to the heal of spirits, notwithstanding the recent severe storm  IMPOttTMT. The Rebel Omt Agmln. ftajTSfortSofdeMrtera, the rebel force are reinforce- -anenis drtwkfroni the UM of Ihe Kappshan- abovt Norfolk. Beaplta the weather and bad roads, our Generals pushing forward preparations for upon works, and. not many dayi wlU.elapso Itefaie Yovktown will be ours, and Richmond threat- from the West la acting as an etfmulant for cnu army, and greaUy encour- their present hardships, to strive so w nu the retwl batteriw froaiVblcA vsiy. A nefd five good accounts -of advanced poduon, under parapot tacomes u DI9PATCBB8 OBH. WOOL. Toataus JTrlday, Aprfl )i, Tt JNn. JT. JT. Wtr and and scrertl other gtmboats and tugs appeared between Kevrport's News and Bewall's Point The only dam- age done us Is UM cadture of small vessels, one empty and one loaded, il is said, witn coal. The ves- sels were captured opposite Brig.-Gen. CABIT'I Di- vision, with smalt guns 'of three Inch calibre, and some two hundred feet from shore. JOHN E. WOOL, Major-GeneraL FOITUIB Moinox, April P. M. n Hon. U. SttntOH, Stcrtlary if War The Jltmmat canie J own towards the Jfonitor and Sttvent, (NaugattKk.) Tkt latttr rwmdt) tkt Attrrinae oni rounrf, wAm teilk kir contorts, rttirtd to Cranry Islimd, ends Ihe day. What the night may bring forth, I am unable to say. Signed, JOHN E. WOOL, Major-General. OUB FORTRESS MONROE CORRESPONDENCE DREADFUL WEATHER TOR MILITARY OPBRATIOKB IIEOE-QVKB JOB M'CLKLLAM rin PRESS CENSORSHIP, ETC. FOATESSS MO.TROB, Wednesday, April 9, Since Monday morning, a steady northeast wind and rain-storm has been prevailing here, which haS greatly retarded military operations In this region. The army of the Potomac li in front of Yorktorcn, twenty miles distant. The roads are dreadful, and yet all the provisions for men and horses of an army far above the average of numbers, even in this great war, have lo be drawn over the Intervening space. Given bad roads, a sweeping wind and blinding rain, for now tlie third day, and you have a' clear idea of campaigning for Uw Union under dlfficulUes. Great exertions are making to prepare landing points nearer the army. Ship Point; in Poquosln Bay, juat below York River, is the most advanced post for a wharf; but the very rough weather of the past Uirce days has delayed operations there. To-day Is busy with preparaUons to reinforce Oen. McCuiiAfl with Henry siege artillery. As soon as it Is in position, you will hear the heaviest thunder of the war. The 5. R. Spaulding, steamer, Is about leaving Fortress Monroe for Ship Point. We have on board Asili'ant Secretary of the Navy Fox, Senator Gaiius, of and Messrs. and WABUBUBM, of the together with fair rep- resentation of the PicBt. 1 shall try to be on hand when the heavy business begins, and let you have all that occurs. The censorship of the Press has been carried here to the extreme of severity. Let- ters addressed to editors or proprietors of newspapers must be submitted to military Inspection and if this Is not and such letters are found in the Post- office, they are detained until permed by the Mllltnry Censor. I liave not fell like1 inbjecting (hi Ttn.es tii hu- miliation, and hence liuve not written as fully as I desired from this point. But now the restrictions in Ihe outer world seem to be removed. I And In the Philadelphia and New-York papers matter published by aulhoilty 01 Uie Wur Department that We have never would be allowed'to be pub- lished. Supposing, therefore, that you can publish as fully now as In former times, 1 shall keep you regularly and fully adviied. Cousldeiuble excitement at this moment (U A. M.) pievalla at our Fort Monroe wharf. A rebel steamer la descried off Point. She was at first thought to be the Uerrimac, but the thick mi.-t on the waters prevents a clear sight. Later observation leads to the conclusion that It Is the Jamtttovn or Yorktovm on a reconnolwance. I can'fkecp open Uils leUerto.re- port the result. YORK. THE BATTLE OF PITTSBURGH. Our Loss Seven Thousand, Including Two Tlumcnnd Taken Prisoners. NEWS FftOlt ff ASHMTON, BulleUn from the War I Department. tir Offers of Wouied in tbe Creat Battle. The Bill Abolishing Slavery in the District of Columbia Pasted IB the House. oa the ConJUoation Bill in tbe WAR BULLETIN. WAB DiPAatHjHTi WASBINOTOH, D. C., April II, 1803. The Secretary of War makes public acknowledg- ment to the Governors -of Massachusetts, Indiana .and Ohio, and the Board of Trade of Pittsburgh, Penn., for their prompt offers of assistance tor the relief of the officers and soldiers wounded In the late great battle an Tennessee River. Their offers. ne service oat, been rejgeredJby haye not RIOBMB F. VjuroMTiki of to be Assist- ant Quartermaster. 1 be Surveyor of Cnstomsi at Marblnhead, Mass. 1' i i JOSIM H. ELKXB to be Collector of Jrtdgetown, -FAT, The. HOUM bill providing thtt the proVUloas oi en act' entitled an toieevre totheofltoersand men employed In ihe WeMern DeparHnenf or Departaent ol Missouri, IWfr pay; bounty and peuloni, approved March ate hereby-erfend. ed and nude applicable 10 the oAiers and men In like manner employed lo anyothej military depart- ment of the has been read twtoe in the Beaate and referred totheCoromlttee on Military Af- falrs, and will uniioubtedly be reported back favors- bly, pass the Bcnnte and become a law. 1 DiriRTMKNT OT AOBIOCLTOBR. 'The House as amended In the Senate by Mr. BtMHOKS. for the establishment of a Department of Agriculture, provides for the appointment of a Com- missioner of Agriculture, to be located whose duty shall be to obtain all Information on that bead, collect new and valuable seeds, statistics on and make official reports. He shall have charge of property of the Agricultural DlvUion of the Patent-office In the Department of Uie Inte- rier, and supeiintend the of appropriated for that, bianch aU6 employ persons skilled In the natural sciences pertaining to agricul- ture, with Ihe view of perfecting the Department. A IftEKOB Wi.H-Tr.8SXL TO VISIT iLKZAMOniA. The commander of the French sloop-of-war Oat- now In Hampton Roads, has notified the Secre- tary of the Navy of the fact that he Intends proceed- ing up the Potomac River, for the purpose of visiting the port of Alexandria. The Secretary of the Navy accordingly notified Flag-officer GOLDSBOBODOB, and It Is expected that Uie latter Will extend the courte- sies usual la oases where foreign vessels visit Inland ports. It is natioti te to girsj notice ot the JteVlhat a desire to go Into Committee of the Whotfi'on the private calendar. Mr. WASMcaM, of miaou, suggested that the House take np the bill for the relief of Oca. GuitJ whleh was assented to, and the bill'pissed; it reimburses' bin ll.QOO, which amount, while serv- Ifcg u Quartermaster In if exlco, was stolen from his tnink without neglect or default on his part i Mr.'' Bapwir, of Rhode Island, from the Bjectloon.reported a resolution that Mr. YAvnvia has not been' entitled to a seat In the House since he was'mtjrtered Into the military esc. vice br the TJnried Stales as Colons! In an Aegt- nerii rtnce September larf. The report was ordered to be printed. Mr. fttmn, of Pennsylvania, moved a debate on the Mil for the abolishment of Slavery .la toe District of Columbia, lo close Inboe hour conrlderatlon of the same, to be resumed In Conimlt-, tee of the Whole on the State of the Union. Mr. COLTAX, of led.. moved to amend so, as to extend the debate two hours In order that a speech might be made on the Southern side If desired. Mr. WtoswoBTa, of Kentucky, wanted to know what tfie gentleman meant by saying Ihe South- ern side. 4 r.Tr'iV' v. Mr, OClf AX as piomptly replied Uiat he meant no ditrelpeot to any one. Mr. WAMWOITU objected lo Uw term.- The Speaker called him to order. Mr. COLFAX remarked that he made his motion with a view to accommodate the other side, but as It had unilrtlgnedlv given offence he withdrew II. Mr. made a point of order In the language used by the geoUeman from Indiana. The Speaker said: The Chair sees no reason why the genUeman from Indiana should not use the language he did; but the motion Is withdrawn. Mr. STIVERS' motion was disagreed lo, 67 against 44. The bill came up in Committee of the Whole and was fully debated. .-.The Committee rose, and the bill was reported to the House precisely as If came from the iTfainT V StmvMs mo PRICE f m _r. BOUVM ofsred a- coring to adjourn tinttU at oa thetaWe under UM rake. The SArini-street Railroad alto, the bOT Wll viding tor lit the revenue of the sinking (pod. iri nro im The HOUM concurred te.the to the Ml! Incorporating Ore N.w Uonof.TJnlvsrsallsu. aiLIB the. Amending the ohartev of the MlMtouwy Buclou Up number JN ton In the Oallatln Fire Company, aiNc York; relative to Police Justices ud if Peace of Brooklyn: to prevent frauds leylBgtat streetaof Nsw- York. T The bill Impotlnf Us on dagi wutepofM the Ooalaresce Com'mlltM and pejMd. ProrUlnf lor protection to ttw l New-Totk! i -f-.-rf- Tbo Griadlog ConunlUM tfeenn blflB to Incorporate i mm Uoo.and enabling the Supervisors bill was referred bad Terrible and Disastrous Defeat of the aim upon the attempt been made .for two n, rebel, losing one tfr frcaa bis deadly aijn Apitl II. Tlie Idlest aiiJ most inifJlig-Mvo re- ceived from Pitli'Jurgh Luiidlng seven thousand, including two thousand men who were taken prisoner! by'Ihe enemy. It is still reported that our forces have captured Corinth, Mississippi, and that immense supplies of provisions and munitions of war have beta tuken but this news lacks confirmation. The tidings direct from Pittsburgh Landing are no later than Monday, night. The correspondent of the Vaitttr, who left at that time, reports that U would be Impossible for the rebeli to make a stand, re- treat having culminated In a headlong flijiit. There Is no longer any reason to doubt that the ene- my sustained a terrible and itiaartrous defeat. They staked the fortnne of their anny upon the issue of the batUe, and, after their failure to surprise our forces, fought with desperation, but the sustained bravery of our troops won the -lay gloriously. The flying rebels are represented as having-been broken and dispirited to the last degree. Their defeat was over whelming. i There is u yet no contradiction of Uie reported death of Gen. Sioair JOIIMTON, nor of the wounding The loss of the rebels is not known, but must have been heavier than ours, for our troops poured in a close and deadly Are. CAIBO, Friday'April 11. The only additional Information received to-day from Pittsburgh Landing Is that the pursuit was kept Alp only a IltUe distance beyond Ihe positions of our advance previous to the battle. CAPT. O. MoMICHABL A' PRISONER. PBttABXima, Friday. April Ji. "ft. private dispatch save that WM. 0. Vc- aiiCHABi., Assistant Adjutant-General. of-tha son, Monios MoMiCHAn., of this city, were irlsoncrs at the battle of Pittsburgh Landing. Ue was chief of Gen. Surra's staff. been reporlM acknowledged. EDWIN M. War, WABBUIOTOM, April 11, Grave complaints against Asslslant-Surgeont m and Snrr having reached the Department, they are suspended from duty and ordered to report selves. A negligent or Inhuman surgeon Is regarded by this Department as an enemy of country and his race, and will be dealt with according to the ut- most rigor of military Inw. EDWIN M. 8TANTON, Secretary of War. OUR SPECIAL WASHINGTON DISPATCHES. WASBIHOTOK, Friday, April U. lUI BILL ADOLIHUINQ SLATKIIY IN THE DISTRICT. The passage of the bill to abolish Slavery in the District of Columbia was lollowod by applause In the House, to-day. Only two from slaveholdtag Slates (Messrs. BLAIR, of Missouri, and Fismer., of Delaware) voted for it, and of the thlrly-nihc agnlnct twenty-two are from Uie Free States. Mr. TBAIW. ol Massarhunctti, an amend- ment to the Senate District Rraanclpalion bill, In sub- stance as Everj' person who by (he award of the Commissioners making ap" penl to the Circuit Court of Ihe Lnticil three inonUis alter the filing of Commissioners, and In that Court either ptrtynilglit have a trial by jury that decision to be Anal." This amendment was based upon the fifth'amend- ment of the Constitution, which IF to the effect (hit private property should not be taken for public uses, and as the originul bill provides that the average value shall not eiceed and as the 7th article atnendmont of the Constitution s'.lpulaies tint when the property exceeds the owner shall have, a jury trial, auUl bill would be unconstitutional unless Uils amendment Is adopted. The ainrndment was op- posod by StSTii.NS anil I.OVIJOT, and T3, veas 53. NKW.S FROM The following special dispatch received to- ntght from the Tmit1 correspondent KMSJAT, April II, A hoary fall ot commencing with Monday ami ending wltli Wednesday, lias marked a change irt the Imutscape seldom seen here In April. If our oldest inhabitant hail not gone South with tbe Con- federate army It would be believed nothing of the kind within hii memory. The runs have all become roaring and fording, in Ihe absence of bridges, hus been attended with danger as well as ilifliculiy. .Under all this unfavorable weather the soldiers of Ihe Department of the Rupoahannook have preserved their health and spirits wonderfully. Tne hospitals are almost wholly untenaiilcd, and the sol- diers are to be seen around the camp .tires away the hours' of cnlorrrd iiiai'lion wjih ohecrjiil games. It tf to be 'iBgietlfd lhat at Junciloii tlte inu-il liiincnlubli- sirngglcrs or. diunkrn soldiri.'. urr tin- only objerti of interest to seen ui thr traces of having wholly disaypeareil. Your correspondent, passing through the place this morning, saw a Klisi Lieutenant and Sergeant of the Tilth Pennsylvania Reserve arm in arm, staggering together over Ihe rail track, In a slate of disgraceful Inebriety. It le stated tnat the Colonel of Uie Fifth Pennsylvania Re- serve servo out whisky lo his men twice that morning Uie Conductor of a train opened six bar- rels of Ihe beverage, and gave the free access thereto, for tne truth, of statement, your cor- respondent uannot vouch. II was had at urit hands from a member of K, however. Il is ceiliilnirmt over a hundred drunken gorillas, with the number of that regiment on their caps, were occupying the place, 'threatening to shoot peaceful contrabands.as being pqiine causes of Ihe peaceful travelers to no rule whatever, it is to be hoped Unit a speedy atop will be put to such disgraceful pro- ceedings. An accident occurred, yesterday, on (lie railroad near Bilslol, by which .a number of cars containing supplies were thrown from the track, killing one man and wounding several others. Much excitement and joyful feeling was occasioned in the different camps by the reception of the cheer- Ing new; from Uie West, the-soldiers only hoping (hat they, too, may s6n have a chance to meet the enemy. NOMINATIONS BF.FOBK TUB. 9EMTK. A large number'of nominations are before the Sen ate for the office of Brigadier-General. The rule Is lo act upon them In the order in which they are nomi- nated, except when of officers are sent In who have won the light to promotion in the fleld. The ex- cepUon wul comprise a large list from the West in a day or tw.p, when the candidates who have not yet amelled vsiwder will have to stand aside. It Is true that Is a very large number of brigades to be without Brigadier-Generals to command them, but such Is tbe (act nevertheless. .The recent fight in the West has know how lo command a v ]L i_ g fact that iiuieuii.1 w elating-to the fr eseatad Hi the Senate some days Ifr. PuoaC asid refet- red to the Committee on tbe Judiciary, has been re- ported back from that Committee by Mr. Fosna, the colleague of Mr. DtioK, in .the folio win modified form: That the laws of Uie several States, except where the Constitution; treaties or statutes of the United States shall otherwise require or provide, shall be regarded as rules of decision In all trials at common lav In the Courts of the United States In oases where they apply; also IB all trials in equity In all States having Courts of Equity, either separate from Courts of law or where tbo Courts of law are vested with equity LOBD LYONS. Lord LIONS called upon Mr. SswAao, at the War Department, to-day. OIK.ROflKOEANH. Geo. RossCUkSB reported to the Secretary of War 10-day, apd has received his orders, and will leave the fliORXTART CUAt-I AB8KNT. iMcreiary CBASK has left the oily, to be absent two days, and Assistant-Secretary HABBINOTOK Is Aoting- iiecretary of the Troasury. TRAK8PORT3 TO BE DI8CBABOKO. Toe Immense fleet of transports now lying at an- chor off Alexandria, having been chartered by the Government to convey troops and army material, not being longer desired by Uie Government, will be re- turned to the owners of raid vessels, thus relieving the people of an enormous dally expense. M. CLAT CONFIRMED AS A MAJOB- JhsT Committee, oa motion of Mr jBrpose of itriklng out a secUeA "toe. He made the motion, fee hill, ae in the present shape tt preliminary has been toe of lanraslnai in i t Several boatloads of pi VNo. The Warren, company ofloen to priitrtM to Chicago and SprlngHeld. r nno The tMkkefoiv oea. The President made the followlnf-----.----------. A nslsUnt-Adjnlant-OeneraM Taoa. of Kansas, detailed to Gen. _______i. CLAT, Minister lo Russia, who was horn- Inuted sU as a Major-General, wns con- in'intrt by the Senate to-day, COL. PATTIE30N A BR10ADI1B. E. PATTiafoit, of Pennsylvania, was romumed as a w'iOiout any tej opposition. ORDKRH TO UASTttlH. The following orders to Acilng Mn-tcrt wore sued lo-Jar: Lovu F. ZIMXEKMA.I, San Franclico, Cal., to reportlo Flag-Orticcr CUAS. II. HAIL, Pacific Squadron THOS. L. Trufo, and JAB. II. SIIMPSON, North Cambridge, Maes., to re- port to the Boston Navy-yard Wii. C. HossifiT, Gio. E.-Nitisow and WM. do., lo report to the Ne'w-Vork Nnvy-yuW; HOI.LIS M. fit AN-CUAHB, of Seursport, Mulne, has to report to the Boston Navy-yard for examination an Anting- Mutter. The ortiurrs and crew of Ihf Malian-k have been de- Till FKklALX It U not true that the female rebels confined In old Capital 1'rjjon have refused to go South, but that the, delay In their departure has arisen from the fact that their exchequer .was at a low ebb. Sympathisers here are uow making up a purse of five hundred dol- lars, ami we aOon Uearof llielr exit. The con- tributions to the rebel outfit   A. Conkllng, R. Conkllag. Covode. Davis. Dawes, Delano, Dlven, Donn.ltgerton, Ed wards, niot, English, Fenton, Fesnnden, nsHer, Franehot, Fsuk, Gooen, Goodwin, Granger, Haixlit, Hals, Uanohstt, fiarrlaoa, Hlekmsn. Hooker.- OntcWns. Julian, Keller, Kel- logg, ef Michigan, Kelllnger, Lanslnx, Love- JoyTilcKnlclttrUePhenonTMIteaell, jfieerhead, XorriU of Maine, Morrni of Vermont. NUan, Odell, OUn, Fatten. Pike, Porter, Potur. of Uassachnsetts, of Maine, Riddle. Rollins or New-Hampshire. Sarxeapt, Bedf wick. Shanks, Sloan. Spauld- Ing, Stevens, Stratton, Thonu of UassacUuMtU, Train, Van Bora, Van Valkenbnnrh. Vewer, Wai- Walton of Vermont, Washbnrne. Wheeler, White of Wlndon. 'nun, AUra, BaUv of Pennsylvania. Blddle, Dlalr of Vlrsjlnla, Brown of Virginia, CasejTCrittjndan, Detaplain. Grlder. Hall HardTnt.Holmaa, Johnson, Knapp. J jucar. Mallory. Mar, Meniles, Morris, No- ble, Norton, Nugent. Pcndlelon, Perry. Price, Rollins of Missouri. Shlel. BUele of New-York. SUjIe of New-Jer- sey. Thomas Wads- worth, Wood. White of Ohio. Wlekllife, Wright. Adjourned till Monday. AFFAIRSIUHE STATE CAPITAL. PIIOCEBDINGS OF TOE LEGISLATURE. SENATE. ALSAKT, Friday, April 11. Mr. HrjTCHiHBON reported a bill to increase the duty on salt. Mr. RAMSST moved to recommit the bill with structlons to sit during the recess to consider whether It Is possible to enact a law to Increase the revenues on sail. A'long debate ensued, after which tbe moUon of Mv.'RAUiST waa to IL. BILU9 RXrOBTID FAVORABLY. To license lighters In the port of New-York. To reorganize tbo mtllUa of the State. To provide for the payment of tbe Interest of the protected canal drafts: to Incorporate the Blind Me- clianlCM' Association; to incorporate an association in New-York for the educaUon and maintenance of children of Volunteers; to enable the Children's Aid Schools to participate in the school fund. Mr. CONNOLLT reported favorably the bill for the completion of the Chenango Canal. On motion of Mr. TBUMAB, It was made the special order for this evening. The bill lo ttnpoae a tax on dogs waa pasted. The Congressional District bill was reported com- plete, and ordered lo a third reading. B1LLH PAKPBD. To provide for, permanent water In ttie City of Brooklyn to regulate the site of apple barrels pro- viiilng for the payment of bonds Issued in the City of repealing Ihe Charter of the Metropoli- tan Me-llcnl College In New-York: amending the Charter of the Long Island College Hospital; fncor- Doratlni the Mutual Loan Improvement Company; the annual appropriation bill; lo facilitate the clos- ing of insolvent and dissolved Mutual Insurance Companies; to eitend certain streets of Brooklyn; to amend the act to provide for rebulldini the locks on the Onelda Lake Canal. The Metropolitan Health bill was then taken up. Thr question pending WHS lo refer the Dill to We Committee on Commerce and Navigation. Mr. GAMON moved to add a Committee of the Sen- HIOMof the Srcond and Third Dlitrlcls. The Metropolitan Health bill, at 9X o'clock, was relnrrod to the Committee on Internal A Airs, by a tole of to II. SIBBION. Mr. Btu Introduced a bill abolishing the office of. State Ai-seisors. The residue of the- session was consumed in the discussion of the bill providing for the extension of Uie Chenango It was- ordered to a third f The following bill was reported unfavorably uraed. o..rc The Court of Appeali o'clock, for the term. They In the Pariah. Will ease, argwri at the Ji Tbe will of Mr. PAUBI Is isn made in the Interest of hU wlfs pamlyais, iare proaouneed to he was inoompetent, and aqp property thus goes to fee not to the brothers DSMT legatore of his wife, their PABJM, the costs to be paid personally. .Theopinl Hon. hae statlnthe Aasembly, for several position. The WAsanoTOjf, Friday, Satlsfsctory proof having been War Department by the publisher of the c that the recent publication of saOttarj tions'lnUut newspaper were made any willful IntanUon of violating the order ef Ike; Da- partment. and In the full belief jcere pNfar-.. ly authorised, the telegraphic prlvtkges of the delphla fafuirtr are restored. By order of the Secretary of War Meet Bnkfrsf 1 St. LOTTS, Thinsfcay. jfcprti lie police of this city, Tesielrdsrf, little extensfVe counterfeltlnr eslsjrtlshmesrt, _________ mmwf-m i f abott H9rOOO la bogus United TrMaWf and some In notes Bank 6f Inalana, together wWi plates, and an assortment of ImDteBJeinsaa used by bank-note engravers. An'adroit note engraver, named HAIVIT note engraver, name i A and a number of suspicious characters and all known to have been heretofore engaged sale or passing of counterfeit bills, were IVIAVVTBUSJ W -immfi amendment to the usury laws. ASSEMBLY. ALBABT, Friday, April II. 'Ihe order, third reading of bills, was laid on Uie table to receive reports. Several of Importance were made. Tbe following were reported favorably: To amend the charter of the Lowers' Association of New-York; to Increase the duties and pay of-physh r-tans of Stale Prisons. Mr. Faisals reported favorably the bill to amend the Charier of New-York. It.prevtdes that tbe Mayor may appoint any Algerman to act during ten days1 absence in case of death tke President ef the Board be the Mayor; gives Ihe Aldermen and Coun- cil five dollars per day from the first of January last, not exceeding during Ihe yea- the bill places the paving, repnlrlag, all under the Croton Aqueduct Board. Mr. PaiHOLB reported the City Tsjt lery, with the nrovtslon that the surplus asiessnagat ef oae Igtn may be applied to a deflcleocy of another ing out the provision for the back pat of Aldermen and Counolimen, on the ground that ttlsaolwat- rnnted by Ihe present Charter. Mr.BsjuDior reported complete the bill In relation to Jurors and Commissioners of Jurors. Mr. MoMoLUV spoke against the bllL He moved to recommit wlUilnstracttons to amend to oMkethe Commission a non-partisan, board. A warm ensued, during which he charged that a majority of the Jniflclary CommlUee never acted tbebUI. Under the prevlousquestloB the motion te recom- mit was to toe bill ordered to a third reported a blU toproride for the pty- mentof expenses Incurred in ifie organlsaUoii and equipment1, of .volunteers; to raenrof Individuals'and reglmeots; uniforms lest or Prirsrteer. BonoK, Friday, AJetter from Hamburg, dated Ha the British steamer SaMama, of loading wlfli gnns and ammnnlUoa, toelear ferj moraa. Mexico. The writer had been thinks she is Intended for a privateer. flush deck verjr heavily laid. Fire Cherry Ts Olsego Co., N. Y., 'Last night a fire broke out In shop, opposite CASH'S Hotel, running east to sides of the strett to Liwis' Hotel, thence Wuwoan's la w-offloe, Including traaVe HalL Psosmr's new building and PpcsT north to MoNasou's dwelling, oAoe. Almest every thmg was tost Ihlrty holldlniawere hunt. Thelcea Flru. lUaioAD AOOIDMT n An liquest was held yesterday by CeW the Twenty-eighth Precinct Statloa-heue, upoa body of Josai B. EDWAMS, who was almost OUll killed on Thursday evening, by being nuover UOs- nil-street, by a of Ihe Hudson Wre Company. At the ttme of the was In the act of getting en an op-ear win tlonof going to hte resldenoe inTesdptn. oar was at ihatmosaeat oomlag IB try ing U getontof the was down by the one he upon the lass twenty book-keeper were ordered to a continue the term 1UCIII m deitrbved In-the service of On motion of Mr. Pnxca, both third rending to-morrow mornUig. Mr. SBMWOOB reported bill lo of Police JusUcea In New-York. frngth Mr, 8MHM moved to recommit, and spoke at lengin In favor of Ibe motion and sUrram- togeftotwrieftheaports-f thetsyf New-York Betel last pMethe arrangements for nlag races. Mr. VBASTK aigiwdtoeoUeoteaeKtel toi w> tlsi lphlaaad-eeattawailfMi S. ..HRCHIVF-s   

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