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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1867, New York, New York I J I iCl) .Tool ,r.t 4629. TUESDJpf. MARCH 10, PRICE FOUR CENTS. Advices to Last Evening by Goean Telegraph. An MORE ABOUT THE EASTERN QUESTION. Tirkej iBcttMi to Cmcfe (fee Propoail to Give Oandla to Greece. OHBAT BRITAIN. Mart IJwarjeal. LOXBOX, Monday. Mareh OM of fatm-aUd ahipa of fleet at Wool- vmb, haabeen aent to Liverpool, THE BASTXHUV QUESTION. ffma Sablljsaa to Yield to Che PsvehB erf Kgypt. Moadsy. Mareh Dispatches from Constantinople report that fee Bnbttmo Porte ahowa a dlapomUon to grant domaiHlB of the Viceroy of Egypt sa la asserted thai France, Austria and Bna- ato nave made n joint proposition lo tha Tarkdah Ckrrerament for the oeesion of the Island of Ceuutta lo Greece. FHVANCIAI. AND COMMERCIAIV. LOXDOX. Monday. March Goaaofa opened at 91 tbr money. American Securitlee open at the fallowing quote- Vaited Five-twenty iBaOway LOXBOX, Monday, liardi U-Ireahig. loaad iteadfat Al for are taeeloetat lOeaml Railway Cvnuaetxtml. XJVXBTOOI, Monday. Marea Cotton market a rttTOTH wttb oonUnued activity, and. an upward tendency In Middling Uplands are quoted thtemornisjg at a> m. It la estimated that the day'a wlQ amoant to 12.000 bales. market for TliieilsluHs opens ejsirt. Corn te unchanged at Ma. V quarter for anxed Western. market for Provisions la aOy steaoy and UIKJhanged. Beef, extra Prliue la quoted at USs. f> 304 tta. Tbe Produce market la quiet and steady Lrrraoox, Monday, March activity to Cotton increasing, to4 the market cloeea firm at the following authorised MMdHng Vptandi...... Middling Orleans.......................... Tke of the dsy foot op balea. market lor Bnadstnirs te kwxvaat and Una. Com has advanced to 41s. ML tor Mixed Weitera. ProvlUon saerket anaUaii ateedjr. American Lard Ala. per V ewt. lor linseed per ton. Petraleuro. retmad Peaniylvaala and Canada White. Is. 7d. MAHXHB --------------.---------jr. March There baa been an nrinanalrr email aambor ol awrtvate at British porte for two or three past, to ike strong easterly gsles which have pre- FROM MEXICO. FfaTewaenteor LtberwJ Occupy ft HAVANA, Wednesday, March 13. Uio Bpaniah mail ateamer arrived from Ten Cms end Sisal on the llth inst, with dales trom the former port to theJith, and from the City o Mexico la the 36th nit. MAinm-iiH was at Queretvo at the head of men, commanded by MJHAMOM, MABQOEZ and Hiroxc- MKIIA. sdvmnce guard was about SO aolles distant, and bis army consists of 13.000 men COBOVA. Aarnbox and BIODUS. An impop. toot battle waa imnilntnt. Tbe Clly of Mexico has been IB constant alarm, aa tbe garrison bse been weakened by forces to Qaereevo. FOKTOUO DIAZ and ALATCSJU are la fane In the neighborhood of Fnebta. Ten Crua te aunoauded by the liberals, and wH ke captured on the departure of the French. The ibean dsUnered by the French to the Imperiallsti, subject to an Impost of 1BO.JM monthly. influential dtiaena of V AI.VZHZZ. with the trom the State ol Qneneru, waa expected to eater Cnemavaca oa the aame day. The Liberal expected (Havmoa) this v Mr. JOHXBOK pcmatod tha ccedaittiaJa of owaatot elect trotn Marybjo.4 for 4. aakedtnaJUej, certsJn. bylhaDlraotrimz to in Aj reftoxed to the wera read. Bomn be tttnnA to tha Mr. Jommom Mid be wmdtt to toow Oto Mr. fnaa %tax BM DMB wbjck vaato reoatre a Senator ekiet kta and U be be not tn point ol ftei a Bextator. that bjutwen the aobjeet ol an tavMtfcatioii tjy tba Jadida. action. Before Bxrmaat sMtgneA fete ratsaxn he
the Pa- cific Oeoan. aad granting lands to Minnesota lo aid In Improving the navigation of the Zambro Blver. Beferred to We Oommittee on Public tanda. ByMr. memorial of tha Minaeaota jLegtatatnre relative to the taw equalizing the boon- iieatrf-voranteen; reaueiuag that those who volun. leered In 1981 and ua may receive aame boua- tles conespon Amg to then- term ot aervlMaa those wbo ennsted1 aBtewyrd. and that every soldier who wra discharged for dliablutj may receive bounty to which he would have been entitled m case he had lerved the fall term ot hia' enljBhnent Beterred, with ne bfll on tbe subject, to' the Committee on Military By Mr. CLABIX, of secure the more rapid oonatrnctlon of the Union Pacific Southern Branch. Beferrod to the Committee on paetfleBiuroSd. Toamead the aet of Jury ao. granting lands of the Southern Bteaokof the Onion Paciflc Ballrosd from Tort Biley. Kansas, to Port Smith. Ark. Befernd to Com- mlttee on Public Lands, KLU nmtiDOdD) AMD TABBED. The call of fos far reference being com- r aaMeedadj to lor which talgkt be introduced reeoluttona wan, intro- lA, ._ fbrtfce irttaa for eldtatroia, providloc ___-lvaeV to la Mutton to itorsa aad fire- By Mr.'AaHMTt, of A hul to aothorlM the MfBaavr moved to amend by including the 0n motion of "Mr. B-oUfAN. Ihe bill and amend- ward laid on tbe table. By Mr. Anthbrlcing the members of the liil House Committee on MfHisry Affairs, who are of tbe present Huuso. to prosecute daring tbe recess tho InveuUgatlon Into tbo management ana ginenl admtnlstrsUon of the West Point Mili- tary Academy, nhicli wae ordered during tho late BC3J1UH. Mr. CHAKLKB rose to debate the resolution, and under rulea it went over. 4 Mr, EraXCT offered a resolution difccUog that sQ of wUeh extra been dtatabatioa, bntwhloh yet bean ihould be oVdivared to Houee of the dtaMeta iiwaMloa had been oAdal dcawsJ ol tbe Itencb pntlle, cotatpUdfj lA tli ML aUK'ttw to wlUi Uia Sfexlon Be- UODOB HI ____ _ On motion of Mr. WILSOW, of jgwe. the pro- eaadad to (rattoeaa on tha Speaker's and dis- The Senate concurrent resolution to amend the nineteenth Joint rule ao aa to prevent the sale or use of Uqaon in tbe Capitol bnildmg. or' the ground sd Jaceo-t thereto. Mr. Bum slated that tor fha tost four yean, since be had been here, aad siaoa the preeent Speaker had occupied the chair, BO liquor had been aold in the House wing of the OapltoL But he waa wflllngtoild the Senate wing fame matter. The concurrent resolution waa adopted. Tha fleitate concurrent nsolntiosinlittve to tbe In- vestlgatioQ of tba Treaaarr Depattmant by tka Joiat on Betranokment waa taea tehea op. naolaUon rise to a abort dla- Mr. OOTOOBJ ooateadiag that tbe effect of _ to it would be to postpone aetten to regard to atoppmg she further issue of bonds aad fractional enrreney from Ike Treaanry until after the meeting of the next and Meesn. Hotfrn, Azuaox, OAKVIBUI and otaen stasmg that the result of Ibe recent Investigations showed that there wsa ao overissue of fraudulent or counterfeit bands, but simply aa accidental duplication of the numbers oa coupons, toe whole amount of the erron dls- oovend only amomitmgtowme Tne and peaaluea ef perjury. The ameartmrnt was agreed to. Mr. GAantU) and orhon desired to offer amend- ments, but Mr. WiLaox lasuted on the pnvtoal qnection, nd andar ite operation Senate amend- ment, aa amendvd, waa coneumd In. THK BICHMOXD HAKK OODI. The Senate ameadment to Ihe House Joint resolu- tion in relation to the com aad bullion of tbe Blch- mond Baaka, em apaeial depoau in Treaanry, waa taken ap. On motion of Mr. TAX Wicx, the was etmcnrred in, aaa the joint resolution goes to President for signature. FRIYATZ RELEET. The bfll for the relief of JoanH. Ems. a Piymis- ter ef the United Army. attar brief 4 In wbich the bin wsa skpbuned and sdvocated by Hessn. and Daioos, while Mr. WABA favored Its referenoe to a committee. The House refused to second tha prvrioni quea- sna the) MO was, on motion of Mr. re- ferred to tha on Claims. txm moH-oiJU> BUTLozaa. The Senate Joint resolution tor the relief of DOXA- Hor, BIAH and flxoox, buflden of the Iron-clad CO- wsarrieired. on motion of Mr. SoonazD. to the Committee on Claims. LAXD HI IOWA. The Senate bfll tat relation to a certain tract oi and In Burlington, lows, taken up. Oo motion 'of Mr. WILSOX, of lowe, tha blO waa OArTAL Tha Banato Joint resolution providing for tha nec- essary Jar a aUp eanal benrean lake Brie and Like Ontario, tar military, naval and neil Introduced. MrTVui HoM. of New-Tork, moved that lha Joint De paaaed. Mr. HoutAX moved ttat ft be hdd on Ihe table. Tha vow on tta paaasge wsa then taken up by yeas and nays, with Ihe foUoirUig result: Teas nsya M; ao tba Joint reeoratlon wae paased. OHAWOM OP N The Banato bin to change the name of the steam- ship Shun, to xVcmdu waa paased. Tbe Sanato btU 19 ameoa the ninth seotton of the aet of Aug. 30.1862, providing lor tbe belter security of UVM ot passengers on board of ateauupssels was taken up. After explanaUon by Mr. Eoouaxox, thebfttwaa panted. On motion of Mr. BLAIXB, the further uecution of the order to dispose of business on ibe Speaker's table, wsa (niDended. On motion of Ur. TDOMAB II was ordered that a motion to luspend tne by a I wo-1 bird vote may be anbmtlted and entertained any dsy of this scraon. Mr. THOMAS offered a resolution providing that the teattmony taken by the Judiciary Committee of the last House concerning publioiAm In Maryland, BOW lu tbe custody of Ihe Clerk of the House, be committed to tbe Committee on Judiciary, with instructions to complete the Inquiry; also, to Inquire whether tbe people of Maryland have a Slate Government. Repub- lican ID form, and such as Congreas can oans4sUuiuy with the Constitution recognlto and cnanntoe, Wnicn was adopted. FATMKNT FOB SLAVES. Mr. SOHKVCE asked leave to introduce lha Joint resolution snspradlna all payments for drafted or received aa Into tbe military servloa. Mr. KSCBOUOM objeoied, and "Mr. SCXXHCX moved to suspend the rules, i Mr. Baoon asked Mr. BCHTHCH whether he thought it quite fair, hi absence of the trom TanneaseaanAKsntacky. the proposition. Mr. 8CBKKCX replied that be made tbe movABMnt at the urgent aollnltallon of some of the beat people ol Tennessee. He waa nfoceedmg la explain it when Mr. rTlcBouox objected to debate. The vote than taken on the motion lo impend tba and resulted, yeas 94, nayaM. Tha Joint reaotaUon waa tben introduced and DTTTK QH OKBBXLLAB AMD PABABOU. Mr. tntrodDoed a Joint resolution, fixing the doty on umbrellas, psnaola and import- ed trom foreign countries, when mado of 73k, a no lower rate of duty than-that now Imposed upon piece and drau silks tnimely. ti) per cent, ad Mark em, and when made of other material Ihsn silk, M percent, odwtorem. Also on wire spiral furniture a cents per pound, aad U per cent, ad va- lartm, Tbe resolution wsa risstil OUff CBAEE, OHIO. Mr. BOTLKB Introduced, the joint resolution author- izing the Secretary of War to turn over ttte United States property at Camp Chase, Ohio, for tba of the Hatatmal Asylum for Disabled Soldiers, which wsa PATRICK'S DAY. ADDITIONAL OOStrnTBATIOrr. 1 Mr.-FAaxswtmrx: Introduced the Joint reeolntloa extending to the employ of the nrat division of the National Currenoy Bureau. In the Treasury Depart- ment.-end-to tba employes on the Pnbtto Bulldinga and the ivoviilona of the ao per cent. Ad- dltiMxal Oompanaatlon BUL FsMed. pxxMxaa OF oArmxp nam-cr. Mr. of Wteoeasin, mfajodncaA a Joint resolntlanreelbag that ihs Treasurer of the Halted States now 4n hands several millions ot dol- the proeejds of property captured during the rebellion, which might be disposed of in seUlina owners lihtweof without the of jfCoJeireoa, and that It Is ooasldsrM ahouU not ke awl A. -i, approval of and there. fendireotiac tbat the same shall be immediately by warawt into the (Tailed Treaanry, oajytobadnwftoutbTauthorbyoftaw. Passed. ---------atiosiFOBua xxmroiTURB. ths Committee on Pabllo inrea aa HDiarnao. BBOOMAIX, of Peauayl- ------Jnxsjiwn of Iowa; PLASTB, Baoirwxu, of Olinoiai OomumM, Parxxs. TAEEB and Koxu. Theflpeeks Theflpi XxpmdAi MADX or WOOD. Mr. BLanoi totroduoed a bill to exempt wrapping- paper made from wood from internal tex. He ex- plained that it was Intended by the Conference Com- mittee oa tbe Internal Bevenne Bill of but seeslon to have exempted straw and wood wrapping-paper from tax. and euppoaed It had done appeared that wrapping-paper made from wood wai not ex- empted. Mr. UABflxui suggested, also, to exempt wrapping- paper made from oorn-stalks. Mr. JUDO Proposed, also, to exempt laddlrs, hut Mr. BIJUMC objected 11 not being germaia The bfll waa thenpaated. andtKn. at o'clock, the floDM adjourned; The CelafeMilM UM OlTle. Colanre te> the Bortwau Between tbe tlM Pol fee. tbe poatponemcbt for a day 'of the uraal festive observance of the anniversary of St Patrick, ihe enthusiasm of onr Irish fallow-clU- xena wia In no degree abated In Its ardor. On the contrary, aa waters grow determined In their pro. greaa In proportion to the In their way, ao did tha thousands pent np oxt Sunday burst all bounds by dsyligot yeaterday, flooding all the etreela from Harlem to the Battery. moat unpleasant condition of the It waa thought by many, would materially Interfere with the arrange- of the varloua Societies, but slush and anow- 'drlfl were alike disregarded, the different organiza- tions gathering In force, ai per programme, to form on But Broadway. On many prominent buildings throughout the City the Irish banner took lie place betide the Stan and Stripes. The State boating of the City HaD waa up in the morning, having amid np an night on purpose. The tvual crowd of proeeaslon-loving people from Brooklyn aad Jersey City added to the throng which had taken possession of Ihs footpaths along the and tbrouga which tha procession waa to paaa. The line was formed oa East Broadway and the etreete leading therefrom, the right tasting on Orand-etreet The procession headed by Ihe Ancient Order ot Hiber- nians of Hew-York, reached the City HsDst o'clock. A place of cannon (stationed In the Park bbaed away moat noMty until either tbe powder had run out or good taste suggested their giving a chance for the erowd to bear the enllvtng aira ol the ap- proaching bands. Mayor HOITMAK, by JHO. FBAKota Maoutax, M. P.. Justus DOWXJXO. Boo. BiCHASJk O'OoBMAK, Bev. WM Qtmm, Senator BBADLXT, MATHKW T. BBXXMAM. Comptroller Cox- XOIXT snd a number of the City aD deeo- nled with the symbolic ihamrock, took their places In front of the City Hall. The proceulon took three to paaa In review, and waa composed of the of thirty different (he great- er number of which were total abstinence lOdeUcu, aad while the appearance of Ike men on ihA whole wae highly creditable, and the procession probably the finest ever seen on St day In this Clly, those composing It whose motto la ind bad in'personal appesrsnor, decidedly tbe advantage ol the various other bodies before them aad behind them. Tben were poettnly men In aH The display of banners waa remarkably fine, especially that of Ihe Iriah standard, wtih the harps U gold on Balds of green. Many of Ihe organlaaUona were headed by caniaxea containing the chief officers, aad tbeee again were followed by decorated wagons.'' Oa the drapery bom many of were auck expreaalva Unas as, "God save the We desire to obtain for Our Country whit WASH- tmrox did for Our Country1, come weal, come no compromise with Saxon foe." On several of the bannin underneath the wolf deg were the words Gentle when stroked; fierce when provoked." Hot the Isast pleasing feature of the procession waa tbe presence there- in of many hundred lads, temperance cadets, nastly dressed and happy looking, notwithstanding the evidences of severe wading through the mud. and with aB the outward promise of becoming good oltiaens and Intelligent Prominent among these were the boys attached to the Churches of St. Peter snd BL James. Quite a feature of the procession waa e genuine Irish Jaunting-car, upon one side of which were seated a pair of pipers, each with a pair of big-pipes, sad on tbr other elds three jovial Celts, who ssemed to enjoy their tale-sprung popularity. The Mayor re- tained his position lor the three aa patiently aa the brown-atone itetue opposite, sharing with It ihs hooors of ibo salutes from the marshals on hone- back, and the proeessloniste on foot te to be regretted that Ibis otherwise really creditable display should have attached to Ita memory Ihe disgraceful recollection of the gross misconduct of a party of the prooeaalonbm who. monopolizing tfrmd-street, before the itart, qnareled with a truck driver, aad wound up with the disgraceful mttit with the of which we give the below. or tHa xHioEnor BT. PATUCX. The Xnighla of St Patrick took dinner at the Astor House in the evening. Capt. WM. F. LYOBS, Presi- dent of the Society, occupied the chair. Toasts wen proposed and responded to. aa follows: birthday of Uhria- civilisation In Woden Honored and ebmteO by Irishman froxa poU la Beeponded to by Mr. ALOXBHOH BtrmvAjf. Ovr Jftvifarf OIMU. We Uoder them all Knightly boa- prUhty. Beeponded to by Joan MAODIBX, M. P. for Cork. InflexibUisi their to fareira domination, thejr lUll straff for redemption Lhrngti good end evil fortune. Onr an with Besponded to by Mr. J. H. HABNIIT. TV CTty Ktte-ftrk. Great IB (to charity as in ite Responded to by Hon. T. IlomiAX, Mayor. CYcil JMIftout IMmy. Iba belt (oarantece of ba- msn haptilnsas. Beepoodedto by Judge Quiim. BANQUKT OF THE miEKDLT 0OKB OF BT. PATIUOK. The ancient Society of the Friendly of St. Patrick celebrated tholr eighty-fourth anniversary by a banquet at Delmonlco'a last evening, it which some 60 or CO memhen and invited gueite were present Tbe Preeldiat of the Society, Mr. H. L. Hoourr. oc- cupied the head of the table, aad among those in at- tondeace, wen Judgea Daly and Brady, of the Court of Common Pleas; Judge Jones, of the Superior Court; Blchard O'Gorman, Corporation Couaael; Jheriff Kelly. Comptroller Connolly. James Joseph Stewart, Eugene Etlly. Mr. rTloh- otaoa. Blchard Bell, William C. Barrett, J. B. Fogerty, Ool Boome. of the St Nicholas rjode- y; Mr. Motr, of fit Mr. Bailey, of Ihe K. t SocUly; Janet Beed, B. Bogntt, and Jate In tba evealng Mayor Homtaa made hia ap- pearance, socompanfed by Mr. kUotnax, M. f., from Afler the dinner, which waa served In Dtx- tonco'f beat style, the Prendent opened the apeak- ng by a few pertiaeni which be followed if announcing tn their order the anbjolned regular oaate: Tin Oaf M dear te ths hearts of Iriib- aad their descendants sll over Ihe world, ler tbe ovmg it evokes and the social SBJojmenta It IToflnl fltafu- 11 Loaa Unien, la her union blest, ItmsF nedom'iThome Uie woader of tbe BSiae of old Inland is In ItaeH SB nsnlniioa to, as well es a manorial of. all tbe nrtuM ihloli erown palxtotislB, dMttDgaUh war, and dignify Lit proudly to ansteie snd he oharaoier givra to her by the iatelleot ot tbe wor.d, TV CUy in bar liberality, inter- and patriotism. n worthy capital of tni (mpin Stale. la thattha ever exuod beyond the AQsghaoy Mewatama. aad they thoogit It e waste o-'money. Ha tattagresa laspeaatagof this people for many years; and had often found opinions and conjeotans, formed from the history ot other Oov- ernmenta. sutinly at amttwhwa applied to eoun- Iry. All UM judgmsats formed about it by people outside of OM trnltod States had been revenrd and by the faote of history. It had been tried ao nation had ever beea tried before, and had come out of the trial triumphant, and hi had fun faith that ite futon would he equally glorious with Its past ff. C. BAxam responded to Ihlrd toast, and glowing tribute lo onld Irtfind aad her sons, scattered aa they were baaaJewn over the earth. Allndlng to name of Ihe Society, he add that ho oonld not hut regard II aa unwarranted. Theblnory ot St. Patrick made nq mention of a St. Patrick, sad as according to in tradition be was a batehelor, II waa dearly improper that they ibould be called tho of Patriot." He paid a glowing tribute to tbl bnvery of Irishmen, wko had fought for the liberty of every country but their own, and dveda of gallantry In onr late war would be recounted In fitting terms by tbe future historian ot America. To tbe fonrlb tout. BICHABO B. OOKMOU.V, In absence ef me Mayor, made a fitting response, to whlatt Mayor HorTMAD, who came In shortly after, added a few timely The fifth lout elicited en eloquent response Irom BIOBAXII O'OoBMAX. who reoouDted tbe ol Ton Moojta, DAVIS, OHAS. MAaata, BBKBJDIH. Canxno, BBOIMBAM and Booci- OAoir of later iEnstntnur the achievements of Irish fcentas In poetry and tbe the aixtb regular toast Hon. Fsuxras MAomu, Member of Parliament from Dnbtta, ruponded. He that If civil and nliglons liberty had been given to Inland yean ago aha would not now be that sorro w- fnl country which every Irish man deplores, and which every American with. find In that country what every nun, of whatever nationality, must regard with aversion and dtagust-aa established church; for tba support of which sHware obliged to contribute, whatever might be their faith. Tbe Irish people only asked for that religious liberty which In this country was consid- ered en teallnnable right of all men. They did not sak It for any partiality la their own Church, but for Ihe good oi ell seote. They aaked for the same religious liberty that they found nere, where DO man waa asked to support the Church of another, but whera each man own Church, for 300 tbe Irish people had Buffered and indund for Ibetr faith. A man's religion was his own affair, with which no one had a right to Interfere. Tb le was well understood in this country and he wished It to be understood In Ireland. He hoped Ibe nit in pie ol America would influence bis own country and induce bar people to put away old prrjadicee of tbe past and adopt the ptlnciple of perfect freedom for SJL The remaining toasti were responded to by Col. RooMXind Judgo UBADT, ind the entertainment was kept op till after midnight During tbe evening tbo party were favored with several songs from Mr. Huneox, and excellent mule was furntibed by tbe bsno. Tbe banquet hall was decorated with appro- priate and on the Isbles were representa- tions In oonieoUoDery of the of HL Patrick, Ihi Temple ol Liberty, WaaxixoTON'l Monument, and other emhleiuatto KerloaM Afrmr Between the Pallca and One tka Brooklyn the Dangareeuly 'Woomled. About. o'clock yaaterday afWnoon, aa tha Third Dtviawn of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was being formed on Grand-street. In order to join tha mala procession which paraded yesterday In boror of St Patrick's Day. a track up and was about passing through that etreet near the corner of Pitt-street. Tbe driver peremptorily ordered out of the way by the Marshals, aad is was being hammed In and Jeered at by npddly inenulng crowd, thla driver, whose name U al present un- known. Inquired where, he should go. Instead of giving the man any Information, several of the Ancient Order ol Hibernians, No. 3, from Brook- lyn, who were standing In line near by, made an at- tack upon the bewildered man end wen driving blm from the At this Juncture Officer AUGUST HKBBXMAFX, of the Thirteenth Precinct Police, who was stationed nearby. Jumped on me truck to pro- tect the driver trom injury. His conduct I u so do- Ing nlsed the Ire of the processionists to luch a degree, thai a simultaneous aaaault was made upon the officer by a targe number of the Brooklyn socie- ties 3, i sod and be wsa knocked down snd severely Injured by being trampled upon by tbe In- f ariatod isjMtantt Information of the eflny soon reached tbe knowledge of Bouudamsn WM. K. BaowM, of the Precinct, who waa standing oa the cor- ner of Grand-street and Bast Broadway. He imme- diately oollected a squad of men, on doty near by, and ran down to assist their brother officer. As this handful of poMoemen hurled themselvei upon the struggling crowd they were engulfed tn Ihe and wen ill severely handled. The broke their of ofaoe and used Ihs aa shntelahs with snob effect, that the offioen van the recipients of several ugly scalp wounds and bruises. They were alao knocked down, tnmpUd on aad kicked. Darius; the second battle one of the Marshals, from Brooklyn, drew bis sabre and dealt Officer BABUTT, of Ihe Thirteenth Pre- cloot, a blow oaths bead. Inflicting a seven and dan- gerous wound. Mews of Ihe conflict spread rapidly, sad tbe officers stationed along thellne ran down to the aatlstance of Ihe officers engaged. Bat as thoy arrived singly the no ten ware enabled to beat them off. Ospt. HELME, of the Thirteenth Precinct, beard of the row as he stood on the corner of Clinton-street and East broad- way, wben heandSergt. BAiwiTTccJlccteds sufficient force and aoon succeeded in scattering tbe liurjr gr nts. Hcsrcely had he performed this service writ n Ibo resenree from the Seventh and Eleventh 1'rc- elects camo up on the double quick, and they tbe down East H road way ID splendid stylo. dealing effective and telling blowi aa they orocredeil. Tnli ended the disturbance, and the Police rolormud snd proceeded to pick up their wounded, who wen removed to the StaUon-bnuer. Tbe following te the complete list of thoac injured: Capl. John C. Ilelme. left hand ind back. Roundsman Wm. E. Brown, oat on bead. Roundsman Nones, head. Officer Wm. Barret, severe sword cut on bead and internally injured. Offlorr Jas. B. Brown, bead. OfOoer Wm. J. Bloodgood, and face. Officer Bobt. W. Leach, wounded in aad very dangerous condition. Officer Patrick Follls, bead sad face. Officer Ed. O'Hara, bead and laoe. Offiear John Struck, bead am! face. Officer Thomas Gibbons, bead sad lace. Officer Henry Earner, bead and body; In dangerous condition. Officer Geo. J. and face. Officer Bernard McGiilqe, dangerously wounded on head, left eye cut one and one finger smashed. Officer Beo. Oaalhln, very badly cut abont the heed. Officer Wm. H. Waldron, three scalp wounds, se- vere, and three ribs broken. Officer Patrick Carney, dsagerons iword cut on Ihe hesd. Officer Hiram Coles, of the Seventh, (tabbed la left side, near hip, with a dirk-knife: dangerous Londi- tlon. Officer David Martin, of tbe Seventh, four terrible scalp wounds: was injured In protecting Capt elnfc, of the Continentals. Officer Colsman, of the Thirteenth, eligbily In- jured on head and race. Omcer August Henemsnn, severely Injured about the bead and body. Officer. McLoughiln, of the Seventh, severely. Police JAMKS P. BUVKK sod UTBAII H. PooLXBwen summoned, aad they were auiuled in attending tbe wounded by Dr. WILLIAM A. JAKXS and Drs. F. and G. BKXGHOLD. Several other wen aUghtly Injured during the melit, but as they did not report to Ihe surgeons tbeir names could not be esoertstned. Tbe name of the drew bis sword Is not known at present, hut es be noticed to reader Identification an the will no doubt incoacd la effecting bis smst. Only two persona were arrested and thay give their names aa BxmHAxrj OLAMX sad TROMAI NEWMAN, ihs lal ler ac- knowledging partldpeUon In the assault, and alao ImpUcattng his brother. Both of these prisoners wen acting as Aides. Those few ol the Hibernians who were wounded during thi mtltt were carried off by tnslr and ibelr oranber not known. After the disturbance tbe Brooklyn Socletiea managed to effect a reorganization and Joined the procession. _ Freieatatlan of Colors to the Beflnaesit rTattenai Uttard. At 10 o'clock yeatorday morning the Biity- ninth Beglment K. G. S. N. paradsd tor the double purpose of participating tn the celebration of bt. snd to receivs e stand of colors from the Oily Government Alter forming line, they mar chad to Uie City Hall. Tbe Slxty-alntk waa under com- mand of Ucnt.-CcL JAMZJ CAVABAOH, and paraded with nearly three hundred men. The appear- ance ef the battalion WM very good, each men wearing the new chasseur uniform re- cently Isined to the regiment Aa aoon aa the tins of parade had beea formed la tbe Park, Mayor HornCAit reviewed the command, and then proceeded ,n speech Md ta coins, so Battering Ulnaloni to the .ervieee p.nonned in by the regiment during the war, and confident th.y would not fall In honor to the trait npoeed in CoL CiVAJuaii accepted the colon b) e few of and bo pledged himself and comrades to defence of of a and power. Tbo oi a touching was tben paid the Mayor, in.I tto battalion proceeded up town to Join Ibe procemuu. Ihe Day In Brooklyn. The day waa duly celebrated in this bf military and tba various Irian Benevolent tod Father Matthew who turned out In fall force, and, together wllb thi fine dliplay of flagH, and regalias, made altogether e splcudld ap- pearance. The sun shone brilliantly, but Ibe wall- ing wu Terr bad. Ftaga floated from the Oily Hall. Ooori-hooaa, Booley'a Iflnitrel Hall, Iba Park Theatre and other prominent places lions the Une of march. The proceailon formed on Park-avenue, right railing on Bajmond-sireel, about 11 o'clock A. M., snd marched through Hadson-cvenae, Ooooord- atreet, GoM etrnel, FrtmHtroet to Jay-alreet, where they pawn! In review before hop LOUHHUN. Thence tier proceeded to Myrtlr-avenue and City Gall Park, where Ibey men reviewed from (be Hall etepn by the Mayor ind Commoa Council. The Ume coniumed In puling given point wae lortr minutes. The crowd of apecutore In the Immediate vicinity of Ibe Park could not bare auicboml than 10.000. The procfatloo moved off through South Brooklyn, thence to Eiet Brooklyn, where they were dfamlaaed in WaablDgtou Park. AfUr xbe clodna rarlew by tbe Onnd Manbal. DANICI. 0'EriiJ.T, alMjul 4 o'clock P. II., all auocubou being accompanlrd by buda of mailc, tha elrtwle reeoanded with "8L Paliirk'i Day In tbo "The Ureen Above the "Weirlnc of the end otbrr lavorlle national aira. Krerrlblng connectea with the parade paaard off la excellent order, althongb anmn the itreeU were ao thoroughly blockaded lhat tbo railroad care wrre delayed for nearly bait boor. The Police regulated three affaire m u igmeabJe e manner aa poutble, and all to bo aatliflnd with the There ma no dis- turbance, and, considering tlie Uicro but few cvidoncea of Ibe drowning 01 tbe Bliamrock. TLo annual dinner ot Ht. Patricks Smtclv wae held at tbe Pierre pom Ilousf, atn In evening, and pruvod e very bnlltiut aHair. TLo Chair waii ixxTiijilnl llio 1'p TC..MA.I KIN- aeLLl, and tbe ifti r-dinnrr oratlxii .1. livi'r- iJby J. COLOUAN, AddroM-iR wen' also drllMiul Ijy ULSHI Jlc( LOBLIV. olhern, tntl murh inr tlio men 'Mi A number ol louala ttero drank, an all tlir nrrajgcruinlH were cxio'klil, Ujc nine Jojouslv and to llic tallblurllv u ot tin' h< nn HI. Palnck pronent. room wma benrleori. ly native lam., In in ml lo iho Cliaml'cr ot Depillion by tbv cluiutt u ..-.Mirn'Uo vote of ijiroiiy cl m uillll in nf v m tbu rvuj, if ruivuutir Indoriciinni ol that ai-l, liy tho lu ncK'i unit jiir llij. lor ill d tlunal term of tun jeani li) a vote ol marly iwirn of lbi< Liupin 'raucr, conllrmtJ by a popular vole ol neurl) liumiii Cri- mean liberation oi Meil- can qufHtlou, and the nfleun juara ol pi-aci1, prosper- ity and happmcaa under your Mtjoaly's yean of tucli tnnqullltty procn-sa aa Uie Kmirdom never experieucwl before darmg all tbe renturiea of the I rccAll tboao to mind, I cannot but r gard t lie career ol jour Majes- ty as the sobUmest drama o; the nlnetoeoib rcniury; and It seenm to mu s matter ol great uiotnenl that a truthful record of tboae otec'.n aliuuld be traneimUdl lopoelerity." It perbapa would not be proper lor me to record tbe frank wuicu thn Loiperor nuulc In ro- aponae. One Reutiiuent, liowoer. wbi. b ne ultervd, II cannot be wrong to suite. In mart-Let; to ihe if- teen of pro-jperitj, sucn aa abaolulciy never belore Knncebu cntovcd, under hie Majivty's reign. lha Kinperor remarked: "That is true, Ur. AJIIX.TT. it la ctrtainly tme; and It s fact thai during th> no yearn France has never Uie ol tu lufcurrcctlon orot a barnciJoiti tbe itrects. Tbrn, after a mumcut'it PUIIHG. bo adilc I. 11 ruunl bo obvijun to unprejuiliriyl that all tbe tucAinreii o tbu are eu- dLAVOrH lo promote ihe tud of the Crencn people." ID rciireui-c to the Mexican qnralion, I 1 bave ti-lt it to U tt iini-Laiti ihetour Qovercment did not lend tin mrral Ui Uie only wL.iU n to uie prumiMKi tbo rcaioratlon ol priix' tuJ ordtr tu M< xicu. Tim overthrow ol tbe Empire Inrvitalily jjluujjcH (lust UD- bappy peoplu lulu thai etaie ot rbrunic anarcby lias dosolalwl tba toaiiir) LOW tor bull i To ihie tiew the Emperor rxprrwed atyiug. AdM rryrf.'ted drtply txten to nitvndrrilaotl in it irrturd lo me tkat it teat fur inlrntt of tkr UnJrd SlaJ't. u urU at for tr.r of Mexux. Utat tktn liuuld Iff a HaUt mmlUrrr, tltauld tmrr proU-lum to Ou pnjfU. and dirtlap He aLia exjirervd an deure to maintain friendly with Uie United interriiw WM prolonged for nearly an hour I law no visible of lll-heelth. though tno Kmperor looked decidedly older than when I blio fourteen yean MO. Be alluded, in thicoune or the conversation, to that be remembered. Ae I look my leave be took me cordially by Iho band, expreased Ibe (Intention la see me again, and fie-i me by tbe aaeurance that be abould send to mr copy ot all bis publiahed are quite tin Kmprrur Is intrUVciually one of tile highly cultiviUJ men In Europe. Tbo next evunlnfc I wan lion publn tire- sentailon to tbe lumpcror aiid tJnproM at cenlloirrem the Tuileru-s. 1 nur Kuenlt. wire present. The urooeiiutnii cno poiing. It may HOI be lor me to a that I was houorcd by perluuur utumi.ou. my name was mentioned tbe E'm ervi I, ana taking me by tbe band, uid. "I am happy to you, Mr. I bid you Welcome W paUoe of tbo rAllwaion Honor m.l antffrrnl unon ant, mu It U with s coulinually hiUUtting pen that I Terr brlrfly record thoso ncj. 1 aui mlly awaxn that Isipose myaslf to Imputations tthkli mil L, painful to me. But I am sure tbil I bavo many km. In Kew-Hattven who will read Uua racwrj wilt
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