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   West Branch Bulletin, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1866, Williamsport, Pennsylvania                               AVU.i.iAlVff-U'Oit'i1, r'A mo flic State of the %l toil! with j rtfujwu tu IK jet on an BAsnr-iptiou umpAL bit: wah lie naUrr tmr LT juid w ih the ob j 1 hrotighui- the recent the uudeo lad rgri were pTCKriVd bj Ml W jonnson of Ifae I nlted of thai Is Accomplished and is to JIB Hone! H FOEEIGH BElATIOfiS' tr ti i. ui AH. LULJII-I t fie J2i Hotist nf After B interval Ihe Cot gre s of the tutcd States resume ts annual legiilajve ibora all wise and merci'al Prov eacfl has abated the pe-st-lenre ch v t d our shores !eav ng Ls tous traces pon some port ons ol our Peace roVr if d crnl authority hrup ?rr formattr to rust throughout 10 whole uf tho Lnitud States li all af States civil anthonfv superseded the oercion af arms an I Ihe people by thetr oluu nry act ou are maintaining peration Ihe t nforceroent of the laws n j longer obstructed i any State by torn infUtotis-tOQ fltjpprcojed SB ordinary coarse of judic proceedings .ud the an EOSI er gendered bj the war re rapidly Melr! g to the berefitent s flu aces of onr free msUtut ons and to the ndly pffpcts of unr alru and onunerflftl Inlerro irae en rt on of fraternal fed ng mu.r m-rip-ii pi'rial c, hear4 ar-d WP w 11 iVL accomplished our ndeat nationa1 hievcmeit whs rorgei the- sad events r1" the pail and rtm mber t g on v thei1" n Ar BJ n free pro and united ptop c AT BO TH v> w n formed of the m enures thich bad bee twl 1 v If p 1 xec e in. A TH.W to r-ii nt Qu.-nf p in isnrrpr'-ion orru -d trr eu relations vnth Loral d rn frov m H! rs tin J ap n 1 (in nUo ral ed rt_iet I-egiji.ii urp-j a embled and iXJ uad W i t th (in thp r rl "Till lite i_ IF f c tr it Ot 1 1 1 (_ I he l had I renovP l TL and the in fLvennt. In nut n ftiixt ord r i tff I pi trLite Li thp on i one Po-itiil opf oril and being made j thp t if f rn nr con 1 Lion of ttf-Ki-to-Uike- p.afV m- tli of LJ nJ hi. Con ut u find of thus thr eil ncUon-ot f r can lav n L OOP of th i late result-" of o ti j itrupgle WHIT TH1. FXLt UMPL SUU tlins lh.e_I3ii.cu.l Dfpartmpnt loUrid it had accompl dhed wirly that was w tl in thp t, ct ta r et f tinnal n. Onp lh how ncr yet" cujamcd tu Lc before the k of "TLiiorat on could be completed i-d that waa ILL adn asion to Corgrfsa ol nnd Representatives from the peop aTful authority uf t-he GeoerHl Govemm i t "hj q Mbou dt.v upon Jio rt'ipfT.l vi lie judgea f the elections, returns ud of their own inemlK.rs and -j at one; engage.! the uUen PFW1RTS T FT J FFT .-TCTS U meantime the t xecut VL Utpa- dcnt c.o other plan Jiavmg been T cont nued ts efforts to perfect L far as practical le he restoration of ue respectiro the Slates find the ?Jt_nil dovfruiLei ironr time -J timp as tho pubho geemed -o "fjQ-Te the reit.n o and pos'n1 of the ntrj the adncc consult -oT the the necessary -Scera were appointed and apj ropr at onb for the payment of their alahea The proptu Hon to amend the r'edtml Constitatvon go as he PX any to their jurisdiction ratifjed by the n amber of and on tie Ibth Jay of Uijceml er fc5, it ofHcinlly declared to have d as a part o_t ;he ton-Ttiuit on f tie Oifrpd States All of tbe Vatea n e Action had tx sted pronjptlj ed their Canstitut 10 as to make corrfnnii io the change thus, d m the u c tbe- land de all aiid roid all rf sectaaion deQta od Lieatedfer ibr ons'T Sarposes of the insnrrectwn proceeded a gooct faitb, lo iTip pnnclmcnl ol jneosurC3 the protection and anichoration of the condition of tbe colored race ioweverL yet hesitated to admit Any of Cbese u) tviits rut u Lil the close of the eighth month of tiie thnt nn Ltccptiuu was made m favor by the admission of "her Sena A PSOrOTVD "RFL, tT a subject of pfnfaund regret thst far fiulcd to idmit to seats -s Representatirea from H OQ iLself a   on impaired LL Senmt upon 1 tJlc ng .r for In th uor doer- t-Tie fa held the of rvctlv coi.Gned to Lhe uf appro du t_s, aaJ jaslly forcrWy urged iai O-.r reel LS DU UJ i nip ned ji oar I i an by ULTAMOIU of iptine LO milec ojr it gtn in leaving fin via sJs i d c-nch hie LO j rxik lUflf felt not ilJ power, but u its iiul in itj t-oaLrul m 13 oa not c bind-nj- tue note c'oscly tii tlif bul f to more s proper eg Uflt.n, permitted o continue the: their funcLioui, while n Olhfr ia s'pncej Rfprewrnfftf'vefl elected nnd admitted to thi r States t ud foi itlVy their fight to. -rithdraw from the Union ood were eodea> onrg to niaiijtATO bv force of ai 111. of the whose people wert u nhu rec t nn 03 were included m the appor tionmcnt of the direct IAT of twentv ml 1 lit; annually laid upon the L n ted I Stataa br tie act approved uth CODK by the ict of Mnrch -1th und bj tit c under their j resprc n tie L nion n-nd ttfSy P for jadi c a! been d Tided iruo dutnt u> as alone can dn de 1 The sanvc re copnitioa appears n tie receoL lee slat 01 i relerence to Teuuessee which eTidenilr resj jpon the fict thai tie funt-iioni of the State were not the bot oarrely aaspended RTid liiat pnuc pie s of 'ccnirso applicable lo those Slates wh ch 1 Tenrfcxsee attempted to renoance thf jr ib the L mon. Tho actiou of the d eo and uniform and tho purpose ol the war specifically s n Uie 1 ro- n.tion laaaed bv ruv on the day of September lEk._ It WB-H :nen proclaimed and declared Chat prosecu pd for the of pract cal y X nfl the ronsl tutionfll re1 At on betftpfn the States and each-of tf e S a R l tl perp f in wh ch Sjatta thit r a t s or maybe or rial Depurt runt uft1 C been clear and concln1 afTv Inptr Rt b pfcmp ff Mt ami en me it 1 as e n al protxtd i tbe pres one In the a3mLiRion a[ J i c let tat VEH ini any m J n 1 of th S there cin bf no 3 st ground of appr o i that person-! who an, disloyal w U be clothed w th the powe--s of legislation for th -i cow d t ot when 'he ToribUtnt on aid the laws enforced K vig Taut and h iiDirsn _L3 in'id'e ttlf of the elect ons rpturn1: ind jjal f ons vf t owo ih concurrence ofLwolbnls txptla ueil r Vt bet a St nator or RepreaentaL I s ate of e eciion hp maj a a4cai ted or rej cted or s1 o M hn-v R v qnestion to h 3 tl 1 tv h h L may rx. rcf rre4 for 4o ap propr Rfe coma If admitted to a it must be upon pt> Ratisfactorr tn f! Tlouse of which he thus Iwtomfs H tia ke the requisite Cuubt Lution.il a J legnl quill flcnt ons If refiaed   5- W q ID ihf, lait ai uua rxpu-ton tie deserve the on of llie of the TJepaHmeoI SO ind the 079 nf ihf Urur of QQZ enil .In untie juition of this however si appropnaLioa WBJ made by Con" g in approved July. 28 In lig to of for frxi mtTl legitimate JM r Uoc or Lhe revtntna rccnaininz unei yMir 13 oiilv 52Sj (W3 a >jl of thr oant ed iu ibe ann wtlS one one f-flh per cenL merwue of pend tnrei ow jg pnnapallv to liu? en of iht mn. 1 ierr ce of the was twelve per Ort .he 30th of last then; werp operation 1.1 (Tinuiuvrid hottdfiid audT Ih rtT routes wrth an egatp length of one hori drpd eighty t ne hundred fenj one ai les an transportation of Bivenly ont. muhorj dm g thr h c 0 IT l be ic Lased r od i it waa tie fhe rea 0 mjjv p. a tLf lesd Uia- the could mort, ndi o irttrs of the fii al year M v ]H tht debt wt. uL il -I Jl During that pa iuced 1 xptnd u ea J fX Solh Of, lian s ate entfl the ind a'vajab 1 tj 3f iLe ual red j d tl e rapid n 1 h whjch under onr form of goTern ry deu reduce 1 from ur L a d t) r y si j dil cf-i .0 J4U U w _> eur the If the ad S on O loval Tncmbcr? to seat m the exj it la no w <_ and If thii anomalous cocdit on f u the exact cond t on of __ -Vift .1 tut tune it a lawlnl. to exclude thrnj from representation I do not see that the ppst on will be rhanged by the effluT Of a f thfr e rf ma n an thev_are the of ixprtj- sentation w 11 be no nght oT The Constitution of the Ln ted Sutra it the duty of thu to recom HJPI d to lh? of Congress ich measures he shall judge neoessarv or ex ped ent. I k.oow of no meaau'V'inoTe im pe-atively demanded by every consideration oftta-iona! inferes. eoimd policy and eq frnrn now unrepresented Statps Fh i, woi W c'onaommate the of. tion and eretl a lansl T y fliQnjt ftftlernu. II- bd greatly to renpw the, JKinfitlence ffie pe_oplo in the vigor of their nTStlUitions. It would morp togplher as a nalion ard friable to show to the wurld .the inherent and recn ve power of a founded upon tfce of ,libvi 1J And intelligence mc.4ased strength nnd '.LUMI lice, III tfafl _ _ ___ iea more Irian the witJiTat rejSresenta the spftfq of fifty-ii-pmbers Honse .tiTca and- of tweBiy mpmbera Tire yet by their tAB of to accept their Their rt is believed, moxh towards tbe .cnstnite the the against frco in.fJifntjona j3 awn from onr recent ua tional enemies of republican govtn un-ut, admisjR-Jo-of bera from tbb States now .excluded from doubt and nppreheH- torn capital, now onDorWmty for investment, into imiastry Jt wo-oW' allevt prvEflnt coniltiorr of States slid bj inddcing spttle ment of fertile regions now and lettd io art production of yta pica ch aQ gieatJy W thp nf ihe "tition ahd tie commetce of the world. Neir of wuold to our people, and soon the ts" war would bere- a11'! Lafcrof onr domestic differ mifids of our country T en on part, of tKe m We be the It btftc bctn in "18 piuv BiOtW of thff 1 red of iia ri t. to to to tbe ghite thengbtof ivpinvnia Uaiuo of ap'f fcftsit-dccTned by of hat tbe 04 -hty-o mn THT J.OTAI. HOI T a tax ma Jn-oaf efforts to "the anUy af whiuh consUiatea ai one rcstonog thp to the condition rtjiCT_ pnor to the reWlrpn. we ho aid be Vytj rescued our for Jie f til tftltftdfi w 1J be 1 ard the Lipend turt will roach the IMU'i eir he I rea IF} a surjlu-i of 1 h fi0 OS rur tre fs caJ }ear Lnd n0 June 0 ISuS t s eitm nted that the receipts w H amojnt to i j OUO uOo and t L erperd tires "n 1 be A't show ng au of 3oQ rr favor the GovLrn'nenL The e estimated s be i "iin sked by, of ptLaLaml H j es IK.V aftef o 1 nccca, redcLf ons shall have been made uie ro of the pruert nnS follow ng w I D ut eS3 je to c vpr all leg t a u d ujxju the TroiSLry and a larrje tmual aorp na to be applied U) the p-ij or t G prmc pal of the debu Tlierr to ua euu t reasun ju be redaced as tht co ntrj advances n poj L it n ind wealth, jui el il e debt be ei ed ft tt n tlie t eit q.ud.r'e of a cm St. l H t. OUT Ih nport or the SoCrt_tarv of ar fur c nbes val ible and yi iporrant infoi i atinn in reference tfe of bfe fiepirt mtnt during tho past tew DOW remain m they arc bcinc ti as rabidly as thev- can be replaced rt pular 1 he anny has been prompt IT paid, prrvidcdwUh meliCfll treat ment, weT! wn I sni listed and 11 to be -w tb breech, loa I np tmall arm-v -strength of nation haa been un "The dinchargrt of thi. iou nf'unserviceabte' or pensriable notes and the retrenchment of expenditure Stfmcient war material to meet any emergen cV has been rcta ned un 1 frocn volunteers dang rpaHy to respond to the na tfoflal cnli IH o be rapidlr o n c ju JJJJAH} AT 1 L0 ICePUrtleJ on the coast am Kfl "g prQ nd frontier have recei i-nH fnr flr HE Ti3 halbor ttnd nver are in course Of energetic pros utioa. have been mnHe for the payment of the nrrditionftl bountiea an thor donng the recent Refeicm of Con gi-ess under such regulations as will protect the Govpj-nmpnt-from frand n.nd secure to earned reward of his fmthfnlness and gal than tbooinTwi -mfwined BQrg cal aj.jaratil3 an3 forty-on? national cemeteries remajnaof T04 626 old have ftlwftdj' been established 'I he total esUmate? of mifitary a 6b9 It is stated in the reportof tbe of thp Nary ihftt the naval fbrpe at this time con R sis two hundred seventypigbt v easels amied with two thousand three hnn and fifty one Of ihiRp, OTIB hundred and fifteen vessels, cat thonsflod find CVetUy nino L in com Jislnbntea among, seven n ne hundred nnd fourteen i ea a 1 ar acnnn cost uclud ng R ejtptudi turej of 5s: )M lat. of routes h rlv two ihuaia tl- and ninety two nj lea and the R nual ranaportatioo thirty mil lion BUT fluudnd. and nine ihoui-i-nd four kun dred an i aixu m Fhe length of routes is fourteen thousand Kn dred a.i J e x miles and Jie trnrspo'tation three million four hundred and eleven Ihonaaud, nine hundred and aliTjTdn m lea The tbail SLTT ce s rap dlj ng iJie who L country its sten-'U eitenaion in Sou them ind r cons iiprov ig Cond t or The grow mg mportan e ur J.c foreign wrv ce attention The Post Oftice mei' of Bnta r aud our ow" hare agncd upoa -a preliauoary. 4 for a toSw. Poytnl Cnrreniion which is bel ered w 1 prove eminentlv beneficial to the commcrcJil interests of the United States tiasmuch as t contemplates a reduction of the at letter to one half tlie ensting ra rs reduction of postage -n o nt PI frum c1 rr -tpondencn) franbm tied in the British ma 1 or in closed rail s tl oagr- I t ilc-d K gdom tl e ea taol thmentofuniro liable charge s for tliL sea AI d ttrr tor al t ans t of corre pondencr n closed a j and ari allowance to eaTri OlTtP ftp n i f hr to all IIJB 1 cocmiuj cations esUl 1 shed underthc __ Lhor __ of correapnndcnre iher in ripened The i the of i tiot ecULiftd lo corded to l to LI tbe of the iLorr a O nt of antler eT fro ike fro fellow ID are thoa co a tided Lo ihe BDCC gnnr- d a p of CotifcirAA m number the popu oa of of our Ten lo r nrrd QO jitst u ved why a delegate of LheirWhoice should oot be- to a t iu__ the of No modp lo rndifo imowu iji and aJaj. Le'i lo hem I therefore recornnaeiid ihe o( a Law a thonging the elexiora of tnft District of tolumhna to a dele- to be lowed the same pnv ilegca aa a dcleg" 9 ng 1 The ng enlerpnse and rapid of improvement in the Dmtnct art highly SIB' 1 trust the of tht. mnn anal authnnliea to promote tho prosper Hy of the metropolis will receive the De Tho report of the Commissioner ol cuJlu.n, rervewa the operat nnj of h parti pnt during the past year uka the aid of n hja efforts to those which by ore now enrneatly engaged in the ot cio- mduatry. __ It u a subject of cougratuhiiion ttiat no foreign comb nations against our domestic n a safety or our among the havg been lorded or'al tempted 'U hile sentiments of loyaltj pttnotum have m created at ho P, a tnnrc of n IT- tioual rhanirter und nghta has been felted by foreign THE ITU STIC C-1B K TTtitTre lUCceM of the Atlant lele- between the coast of Irw aod the Proviac of 13 an arh eve mirjt whirh ha.i jrifttlr beer celebrated m t hem 3j herea as the open tig of ai tra in tile [rcvgrensof Taere is reason -fo tipec that equal success w 1 and for- fV o t! e iihsbttanU vr [be the n eaja of truidin apj Ijtal prov tTc thr- n ii riin ea CXH L r rrr THL is TTR UR re( irt or th of tt e Ink r Li he c- u U of thtXp brat tbea uf ui 1 T T i end Iwentv d three huid eu an; acren f public land WC-T; Ui5poHe-i of, nnc million t ght hnndrpd Two live hundrf 1 aid s xtf jm GC PS of wh. ch were fider_thf e The pol my sc_ _LO tho pn" iC- landa has nnd rgone eaatntial mod ficatiors IiimAliAIfi and net ti r r r-ip a Ber th) rial featuTe our lind TI, Ixjun L-xptnence aud efirnest d st ussion have resulted in the convict on thai tht oarly development of r cn n-aources and UP i 'u s uu of an euerge ic over on" va t ter or) are object of far mportance to it onnl prosperity than of me sale of the land to the b dder in markef The t mpt on JITTS confer jpon the p onee" who ompl es w th the terms they impost tht pnvilege of a limited port on of anonercd land at the m n imra pr ce The hompitead enact ments "e it_ve the ttJer rrom the paymenf of parrhrvie money and h m a pe aneot nome jipon the cond Uon of resiop ce for te w of years Th a liberal pol cy inv tea ion from he old and from tbt; more- portitnfi of .in? new arft undoubted Qqd wil] be more mauifefiled when lime L have given to it a wider development. has made liberal L of p b 1 t land to corj oral ons iu am or the con on railroads actl nlhtr Lnl imprDTEniPTl Shoald this policy he tfter 1 n ore p ov a ons w II be required to secure n faithful off Ihe-fnnd Tbiruilc to Ifac lands should not by pnUmt or but frr tht. Govennpert and subject to c-ontrol nnfaJ somt poition of the rosd bt.eu   rtinnnhTp it 1 6c Ocean bv projected line ol tele K ii[ h between rTam-ichaOra frit L e K saiar A HT a f KVIPHATION r> i m? nolutjon rottstiup apa st parxloLn ly foreign ftni r QJ (U4 ond on of em graUon to otrr cocntr) 1 a_i commtin to the til wlitch a nta utercourwe and lbL_prnrt CP i-j ast y fhe subject of cuj p__i rt QJI mtr i art hns b r d settled practice ta withdraw Trom 'iveo or i _, t___j. ki_. _____ lion, we resort to for Tna nnmber of men in tire ser TICK IB lltirteeu hii huudrfd. fii-clt actiyrty-And vigiTnncfe rjfcve been displayed by all the theif nTOvemeala been jndmonily efficiently in such manner as wonltJ Sest promotp Aimen mn commerce, and piutecL the rights of onr abrofl a ployed" undergoing rk-ti fs X YAKT, recurrence of haying with, it ft'l for the oi powen of doubtful con itTtahOpnlilJi we should to brrjg leg u within lift _prtiicjibc by the Constitntjonf And to retain to the Our fntHei of LdAnd, in the vicinity of Philadelphia, aplacc wbiJi urrtH acUOii tliu tM be t Vcli by A" selected by the Secretary of tie aatb" most for that-f'iua of vessels. It is importAnt anitriSle public fdionld m emcr- and it a bill an Learn parposea, wbifh the Hotfsej of its ajd receifC final actioii at in order be uubHc station for market tlie land1? falling with n tht opera tlpll of BULL null U ua Lu Lic'uJL LhtJ inception of a erabseqncnt adverse nghL breach of Ihe conditions which Congress may deem proper to impose should work a forfeiture, of claim to the landa so with drawn but unconveved anil of litlt. lu the land1! conveyed -which ie n unsold OpLratioTis on the several 1 nes of the Pa c 5c Hn I mrf with nn eTampJpd vigor and succfkss Should no un foreseen causes of delay occnr illacouCdenLly anticipated that this thoronghfaro will be completed thp eTp mtimi nf jhp pe nod desigripted by PATTEST OF PkX'UQNS During tbe fiROal the paid to ppnmoners, including the Cipenaes cf dis barsempnt, waa thrrteon milhons fonr hnn drfd cand fifty nine thonffund nme hundred andmnpty HIT dollars, aM fifly one hundred andsevpnty "Seven to the rolls. The entire number of 18CG was QHC hnndred twenty-six thonnftTvd seven hundred Rnd Btnking proof oi thr made to vindicate Ihe-constilotJooal of the Fed trial Government and to mjnntain IQTIO the raUrfciitjT of UitrLiuOu ILej im apfip ns coiiwipondmg It Will be required lo meet eiigeneieA of this branch of the dnnng the ne: ml year, TlRS WITH TTTC Wha, s Go Tern td of friendly r 30, Donnr thp year ending 1866, eight bunared teen fbjr useful inventions ani uwued, and at that date IwO handled d JTUE KlM.ASlfVi a fntjeU np oa TffttlpU-C" Kver Ttfea fflT-J Dolonlyto but Jbr the CT1SLPE Ihtf AND THE rVPTRftl Of R of Congreui to Ihe iipoa Tit" ted aasits nation e bctn proentcd b mnnp nnr. t Hller, and. d bv him wa th espres'nons of jprer at oq VILI 1TIUX OF TO JAiDS The Liecultre warned an attempt by >ftnLah advejQTurera to induce the migrat on of freedmen of Che L ailed; States a fore gn country protested the roject ai ohe which, if consummated would educo them to a bondage oven mor? oppres h hive juit lieved Afcsurauce rinq been received from e-Government of the "State in which the an was nrfttured that tic1 procsedmg w_l[ eel ne her lU eucooragement nor ap It 13 a question worthy uf vour con whether our laws upon th s sub are adequate to ihe prevention or pjn iei or the c me bui meditated In th month of Apn Congress 11. vure a friendly an AT goinent w as made be- een the Emperorof France and tiie Presi nt uTthc Cmted SUifcfc for the withdrawn! rotn Mexico of the French expeditionary ilitary forces This withdrawal to be. in thrse detachments the of hui il was understood would leave Mexi 3 November now "past, the second in ;h noxt and the third aod hist m Novem 107- 7 In UJHJ tlnr mmiilL on Frtncli nefit was to assume tho same attitude of non u1 of United States, ftc ealcd assnrances hava been by ftc mpcror sine? that agrr-emcnt Jh t he ould complete the promidcd evaci RUoa ith n the pe.nod mentioned, or sooner (.AMTBLl I AVD LJELTEiAM KN EEIAL It was it that Lxe pro ngs would produce Cua a uf La- the Re- nbiic of MPT 4.0 The nerly appointed Pnrtf 1 Vr. Cn-mnhell is therefore sent oa the 9th Hnj of ovember laat to assume his proper fane ana as Minister Plenipotentiary lha_ tu that It wiis ut-io loaghl expedient he should bo aUended n tie vnnnitr of Menco hy the I wutenant meial of tfie A. hy of the States, ith-thp view of obtaining snch mfumation K. might bo importnnt lo detci mfla -the maintaining and roper intercourse with the of in the cause of hnmnnity it seemed an obvioua nee possessed for the restOtAtion and umanent estfthlishmpnt m eonntry of a ind fofiii o f v enim Cnt. SAPOLKOS f o.s aick ox-jus Sach wu5 the condition of affairs in re ird to Mexico when, on thejJ2d-of Novem rom Pttna that the Pnuice hnd decided nnt to i nt of forces in tha Tft tEat tiiia WBJ Vith tfie nrpose of forw ID tho ensaing ivtver ths UyutM received y as soon u infiJntiilion hj tho care Was tn mute knowu iti to thft KinptiUr of I fui'trgo the hope tlwit wil tconsi Jer iSe subject, in to- the IA f i.ilifij meet ha just f pHyna of the United LiKlvil___ juu. It is witfc RiJon of by Ihfc forcer, AeL0mtfid wcmid The ple of ve be Bod the peo- the fc per- o, with m. to defer for the aojn out of the recent wu Lj tb of tiw L" ted of civil war be adju-icaUrd and deier- m ned, I tuTe no doobt snbjcvt all juch i S TOtU illeoUos ocTpoieQ1 Rrid proper tjme othe kr by 1TATF GE.riT S It is a'matte of iKM nj consider j r p ie tOirajdj i Ls'TTif-ni of ite difTertncca brtwcen I 1 Grf-U BntJi n "5 oat of Lhe oc our nftUotn! cxjmiuercc sc- durtug imr i Bubjtvla, in violaliofi of in! id tirf-Aty Ihe Iroaj ittB donaej on of Grtal n. Au chaugo of mm -tJ7 in cjjuoiry. dur otthe TJCW wia to tha wibject L! pArly (iny and then, is aom-e lo w be il laa pArVy t an of the ua tuvtcver mighL be ihe of the tiro GoTemmentj t is ma.ii "est that will nnd between a reciprocity tn the pntchce of good fa th respective HRI ona TUB KtMAi or isr j Uu Vhe OLh of June wt, n v our enterprise North Amen tan Cxjlomes projected attempted on witn n uhe-ten tory ja nsdicuon of the Lmled In obo jence Lo tho oa imposed upou the by the LjODsUtution to that he laws are faithf pTecuted pll cu wer.s warned by prorUmation against Laking or buch untawtut" flic proper 1 military and naval ra were directed to tRht, all meaaurea for the enforcement of tho fiuled but t hi-? not wiljjoai UA painful cons.o ]t n the exped uoo cap Wiirwtit. teal, rpr in tha Province of C anada udguj-Knt of ieath ironounced agiimjt some, while others hire iccn acquitted bcheving in the of Tient fur mtsguideoS who e ,O-ily fa led LS ufi w SP repreaentatious have lo tbt. intush Government m behalf of mt con ted persons, as being by aVcri htirnRnr 11 oped induce i the r aj exerc of Ttmency ojid a juU oiib amnesty t all who were engaged in the feevcu nt 4. -oon i O'rtplojcd by ihe Go' iiu ut ludc I uf tLu Uu Kii uii Trrrf" or offenses n Canada an i a 1 nnancf of the prosecutmnq wh ch were i lltuLerl ITT tiitr UJJ tLw L-nll J gainat thoae who took part the piped t on as been dirpcttnl regarded the expedition 03 noi aulv ra its natnrp !_ot n Toixigu kora the L nittd; States in its as to be mRHp m sympathy wnij tin itj-Jrchjntl n J liy ot U ng at a, Proving on this Lont nent as designed. IQ aid ui ob.llBHig redress for oil ti cal which was aa'mined ho people of buffered al the hn f the Ur tiah during a period of -----ctutunes The personi n it ere chiedy niuvea of that country some of homhad whileothershadnOi. becon ecit eus tf the under our general laws of 7fttion. Coinplfi nts of misgovern ,elit in Irelnml continually the entiou of the iintiah natian and so great -nn- ntish Government deerhpd it ta--y to the wr t of habeas rvrjmj in tat'country ihesc must uc jtH.-i.nIy modLfy the opm on which we m gi t .herwiso e enterta ned in regard to an t uu prohih ted ojr neu .j laws So long aa thme lawi rpma n pon our ftta'trtcf i ooks they should be fa.lh ullj cxetuted, nr d u they operate Knrshlv of Dp] nfs-tVt. y Congress alone can pply the remedy I y the r modifier I ot r cpeal A rETRE. L -STATION i Ut t> Pohtical nnd commerniH interests ot the ruled are not unl ktly to be n some dtgreo by evmrs whioh an? tmnsf ng IIL l HP eastern regions of huropc an 1 the roe sctiiis W hnvejpoine" wheu our Govern ought to rmve a proper d plomatu re IHL L1LUT UI LLi F f AT I ia GovLJijnicnt hiu. dn or Accrued or f mo, an absolute political nght of self xpalnation nnd a-choica of new nitional Moet W the Lnropean States iavc disserted from principle and" have Aimed a right to hold such of their subjects as H-IVL to nnd been nalurahred LmLed ritates, and wards returned mnKLeqt visits to their native countries to tho perfon unco -of military in hke mRnncr is subjects l anamg from the tl" rn m t mAdp by foreign Stales have hereto n mntters oitofitroTersy between the Jmted Stales And of the Luroppnn ers, tfas m. LiUuu npon fnit 1, mill ti "iijint u ig the war in whirfa. Prussia Austria were recently engaged Vr hilo Grent haq never ac cnowledged the right of expatriation he haa o6t loaisted upon eq illy forbearing, and a -comproraise, which although K-i sot been accepted by the United is now 6 d tfaft pieJMJiil mitO be tt ikvui f i'-e for bj Cocgreu of dple, so long mmntemcd by )epartTnent, nntu -TiratjoH'by one State ully pxeiijpta-the subject Ale from of nulifnrj under jtdj foreign Govtiumeut tr6 nrjt TO ran tan ly renounce its the pKi-ftu t pnce of a dnty me by ConsDtntioa, I thus ta of the aid of tbe people snr-ft mfon of our dom rtjf and as the ra to- Oi gomg tuost ordeal t my puniest is finel the npriou_ bo piufttnted toe ftMitc oaof our of fc'J ng otar to ot these Jet ns to the yn Un -kni and the peijjel-lTty-oFuur 1 HON JOHK A BtXGWAU OK The Gaf4U ibe g th Hon. reveal to move the of the apiirovhiog of Coogv say iKif %btle Gie de only t motion lor icnpeachtfffnt tl JobosO country run bo of the most in tiic Tjf ty of Dublni ClOBlArf -ft few fnilcA-fjOia UiO-Ci.yT fc c.o-5 rvaort tn the snmr-ier It; bauiti w th in otdfn whyra oirrine occmion i' IB recorded the teat Qtijcd, _ _ with him mto tho anQDoth were drowned It hv mm.de h stone by Thomaj Moore, who, njclixliea of Bnon tieBraTCj Apnl 1014 i i W.IIQI with the The ba Uie subject of o4c A U-utiful g evidence of age, thue. Tic of choir, played n raticr a q a nt, pnm tive Biyle tie nor uf tie church. dark, A a etery In ng Bcecied to an or age to tic choTvh nnd its suujuod It waa built in the crntury, uti'nj tio >ault oftie ccuij Clonttrf IP The. village ii- ora good mam street, with numerous ed trsidencea. lie corars an of nft Con D' anou: J .I. iha road thitier an iroa door witb B lion a head mouti open be aeen m tic paw of tha Iwftst, drink from tta open rnoL h wiUi the msorancfl from dwtll. u the ueigbborhcxxTthit he ia from the identical spring at which Bor ihm rjucpched hu ihirst before It miyr or may ooL be so bnt tho fact nn that taoa dnnL from it with imprcistoa and DonnybrooL fhmoas m conriertioTi with rairs woich always ended in nots and blood shed is anotherof those m utt-iB of B mile from -the city limits So hVrce fuid SO fregapnt the nots at tho rnojirm fur vf m orders. From if pirated the old sayrnp, intended by their opponents to oe n fe of Inih rhurac- ___iSton to person-rleaniDg back in tnpti und hus making knpb or permanent marfe for  r years and the- divisions or by them have happily also T coramercmlty_i JnipXjrtAT.5 adj n Ct ItrcontA na a popntniinii of at-UTit .1 tXH) i5_8aW3 frotn tj nnd one of thn finpst nrt: ia4 j art n -tho I n toU Itio tho on for cam-anmcation between a and which latter t f hn ir'i Ttt- tll9 chuif The harbor which hft.q been conatrncled Yoni designa by Rennic was begun in 181G t rt.wo j.iers a brenVwiiter the 9 >0 feet long with an entrance of 850 feet It rocloHn an area of 26O acres with XK) -L L revrrtmng Hght marks the enU mco to u over 2 OW) flhifu Along the cost of Dublin to Kingstown here are many handsome orutOLi c looking louses with elegant gro da, and QlD en eTic.e of the railroad akirtmgthe bay from To 4vingntowii renders tEe ccagt a fa ontp rjf r -b denef for the peuj IP of Jubl n Dalkey a pre ty h tte rtg town arther cfawn, o i_ plrywted portion, ,nd presents nficent views of a wide T qe Qf country westward )nblm tha of Howeth -A_" 'v the "Hill of iowcth ils bottt front tuward-the orth Beneatfi sepamted by a belt ol sea bout n mile wide, hoi Dolkoy Island nnd lie of rock? caned The Singling, from mgge 1 and rowtjv appearance It was ctween K and Dalkey that the PT of the atmosphcnc railway was racUcally U-bted for hevt-rul years, but Dot aiecting the expectations of ita projectors, U Afe'.riaOTlTHf flbd trains Bnb tituted in ils stead Adjacent to DnlWey, ni reached by a w nding path, it ia the Kil ncy H I) which will well repay tho Confelision of Tuesday, Jftuuary 8 or tirvgs and nil m aufnnrrty t fbr-tlnj Tease of nghtcuudnLaa, the prevalent Jof nnd the holy "Sab mth Jnnnnry Prayer for the among-the Jews aid Gen Hf_s, and foT Divjie b easing td he to the unconverted oJ rb ch: it Bray a small still further down litj oast has of Into become a ftwhionnble n j; 5 tace A i esplanado along the aea horc Ji tire rotir of feilnon, m the Bessonj flock to .cy. sn air, tbe charming scenery tn tbo YicUiitT About a j Bray ia ihe Larl ol j ally a monastery bcauhftil tne Beat of the t aa the of the is HoHybrook pot where was onco tbo amcd Kobm Adair Not far from the en trance of Hollybrook may be SCPTI tho hirth of t-Uc hero of Abram HcythtSj General wha 5{ here the ot his ifc All along tho coast from Bray td low, forty Gve frpta_pubbn, Lhert is succession of spkmdad vlewd r csque Bcenery baro luadLivd tbe annty -noted attiucting Of Lounals, tO B the beauties of the KmeraldHRle This choir of St Peter (Episcopal) iT6aco _ OB wTiirK a f onfederato jntensa In r gers, i says of Core pring, sung thai Ia menlio iing-iha n fccideiilit nectedTWitU il tod liie ijjprf-Bred. open tho deep and ttitir an ft intTntf m the haruls of onftof its brave defenders, 'g over tor. In tha conclusion of aha I its silken QQW 1 he ilociu of appTnnKQ p that tho zlurica whirh cif Leredf aronnd. still retained in nndying Sfakfed tu eight son of John of Ce rerely oa Tt We rl.p t 16 time nel the dies tc ofccardcrcf S'H tjvi' i A A t ks followmg story The r Hipp for th( tic firkle of jcd in c IT ed by a 3 wife i u ect- t nrcd Ifl tfas tity got A 3 Auendiug tii WES h.cr yn og a o-i u to whom tlie bus tor rTute soon to n r icd. fheir thi of t-uuriih j Wa i only ta "ireorlbeu the rnntnui atl m mi on IQTC to h uporr the il i- r to. ruts. ac- lo point toward a find urn on ui fv_t, we beLei Uic gf articira to complete s JTbe p nM With u fXC pi -cint Ui u fuUuoi Iw U-y- httle party HJI j a r-n kr ai tins old nrxjn 51 n f n n cc-of tbe Bating la ijf an -1 a foiuier i ident of but now a at a town not far froii. titlt, niap, wo arc mfomjed ITU-J vi 1" the jonng lady some ago bat tie en meat broken off He- WTUT on fnendly terms howeTer with_ all He d bo waa lobe TriViieoT be miked tbo ncle ind Rnnt if tbev wonld pcluit tbtru TiietXiiOttcconiriAny S r- m a s on Fourth for lie of select ng a bonnet for bis intended, tho reqnest Thej bad gwoo TCrj aia Hit Hrm to but there k the nph oppmlor came tn the oQire of the HTenri House1 arid If tindpiJ wife a with a diqpinr that while the young ottt they eonclnded inat the rt would fit her well aa ".nybodv so thry pot ed, story waa tol 1 ihen and B i (Trtificata ahowu, an nm! quite with waa a man frun Chili -Othe, however, who Has not so mnrh led for Trhfn bo came nnj learnrd he took bis pistol nnd strong dpiire to shoot so ne on would prob-iblj have reduced the corps ot Vip one f In. couht found llic inslrumenL wt n ight ciill I he hia niic Hut rt hnfl w rh pr tin iaTQ fou tic LuaUjui ha. "bcf i u f t-d fu pveral yeara past hare again muni- a circu r, recuuimending the nmversal observnncu of a week of special and united praver i tl r commencement of" the TSPW yCMir cbarcLea.of HntiLsSurg will no doubt jo i jinco of lie weakt aa they Knve n qimflw lin of the L T e und topi i _ Jn t5f __ Seniionn wHS H __ on the Tmt Thnminj, for all ye foci luo retejifr vrare tnir triren from slavery and for rfrllOtf Chnstinni persecuted for the gos l s stake tnday January U fur Ci i amthrjs, for schools, colleges n d s. Satuittey Jnn i j Ule Church (tbo il Cbnstian for all the ministers of UIL gospel, and for tie immense of hahnpis, fidelity, and nn crmmrtiT mernhi.ra. ry 13 MI fli ty of ibe Cbnrrh arid tbe duty of it by mutual rscor-" tion Rnd TH-ot AboLDitR. i 5eCarlisic On Mondfty-njorninj tbe. U. of Mr- wliifo ttwii fbxldcr ffom a field in tbe vicinity of tbe Garrison discovered the denH body of a soldier lying nder-ouff of tho shocks of com 1 he- nnmc of tbe deLcaaed was Honry Louis Jactinfirtrd a Ho left tho Gatrlson the g of November ITtb, and be hud lot been hmrd gf grace, waa supposed to hA7c deserted On tint evening he WAS .n to xi considcrxrily nnder tio milupnce of on bis pflrsnn was fannd a bptlle of morphine T tbuid nr> mark of violence about him, tbe position of tbe botfy ovciKd, Beamed to indicate he nndcr the nhnrt of corn, j Lobably after lie fallen aaleep wbicb to bim thft Jtleprrinf Hpnrh In xor''Rnce_jtiiii the the jnry rendered of from nnd JVy waa a yu> ng man ftbvut tweiityvfivo or thirty of ogi, hp at tbe Ganison for nNmt two and of rery jntpmpei ite on h'S person betters from ayouup; from West Cholmsfora inrl He Tac OF -AcconnU from t-rupa mtbeueagl- bftAcod of are irc, nnrf tbftn osnaT for Aft Rn vff supptiea ll-n we nn sell ftl Jt nTTnwrf trial will be no demand from tha 0mtcd'StAtPs for next it w to put prices- bpld np of a foreign and now uTtVrfy to pruve crw bfl inacti 1 A-'Tbecua consid givo way j aiftjttCilcor-finn. 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