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Alexandria Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1854, Alexandria, Virginia I t l j i pc b of 1s11 e d daily a d Ikirt Kim � a Edgar wok.\. Ai Kex an Quia Friday Mornini. L pm blk. �4. Semi of the do to show the Verj Aye a and fun in be hindi Consols have further d. And Ceil closing at 91j form Rey 91 r a Vul r. Cotton was lower also by l in. stocks also lower. Hour v or the week of is., and wheat 31. I is an actual decline in tour of go it e the last Steamer there having 1 ecu 0-i. D then recorded for the forepart a. E w on the other hand Indian in v v beef and pork were Active the Philadelphia papers us creditors of messes. It ave a a a a. Representing claims to the amour. Or about $700,900, have heh 1 a meeting to a t. A and agreed unanimously to i e � any Extension of time they May a i \ their liabilities. Their assets. Is Are ample to far More than Cov r v in Lar for which they Aro liable. A i n. Tance of this arrangement May i by the fact that this firm in Rem. F that of Reeves Abbott it Prietos of three very extensive i employing in All some 1,800 a k it a Ives numbering with their fam d and those who Are indirectly connect. Mud to works some 12.0 or i. I hitherto Kentucky has stood in ? 4 i the list far As concerned the i re n of Fine cattle but now it is believed v u. V. 0 to make room for old Virginia. A me Pearson of Hardy county a. A i a seven years old w hich Weigl t theom dred and seventy six pounds Toni a to a three year old Heifer weighing fit Coon Hun dred and fourteen pounds. Those were raised by colonel i county. A writer in the daily South or Linian Over the signature of , strongly urges the re establishment of to it Yuri Compromise line. The South. L e the i. A badly duped in the passage of then Kansas Bill and without in the Nighos degree censuring those Suthern Mei a r of Congress who voted for the obliterate n the line he advises that they retrace lie r Steps at the earliest Opportunity. The officers and Crew i f the american Schooner said to have had arms Ami p.a\1t, which was seized at the port to a Tracoma Cuba have been ordered to Havana f. R trial for aiding and abetting v against the government. Or. Tel a. One of the prisoners is a clerk from new t Oik. An 1 h 4 business at Barbacoa it is purely mercantile. The fact in is Case have t ecu ent to Secretary Marcy. Judge Pearson in a recent charge to the grand jury at Harrisburg decked that an individual who visits front Tai Cru to Raiem drinking five or six times dad. I Mohanti Cally a Man of intemperate an a hot tavern keep ers in Pennsylvia v. No sell t Uch Are liable to prosecution Moer the prohibiting the Sale of liquors t men of duo intemperate habit. Active Steps it is stated have to. Taken in new York to procure a to it Legal investigation into the Eire a sauces and attending the late disasters to to e arc tic the new Era. And toe Dewis. Me matter has already been 1 n 1 i of t a 1 \ jury and the Law met a o a committee to Aid the Pinci Ait r r prosecution of the inc Stigmon. The state Pep Art men t an t ? to ? seption of official inform Lii lion loin Tho French and English government Elmir intention to vigorously pm a. To Vun Kivioli in the Spring of All Russ in pm in the Baltic Black and White sen1 the sea of Azof. The Little Mece of 3ir. I or Gettysburg. Pennsylvania who we injure by the late Accident on to Rock Ida id lad Road has since did. An acid Nyther. A Eon Hie wife two children a 1 a therefore All numbered pm l v r.-. S of this dreadful Accident. A portion of the pm Pla of 0�v a e u bled at Portland have censured a a. 1 Rev for not accepting the services of v ? protect the territory against Hinman it appears from the Oregon � i Tesny a f it not Twenty men from that i ferr tory had volunteered. The Hon. Ellis Lewis has k a 1 i d Justice of Pennsylvania in room i i ? l to j. S. Black whose term a Chic will expire to Day. Judge Lewi v is r Roserly u Journeyman Printer. He soon came a lawyer of Good test Diry a judge in the Lycoming District Rev. Or. Butler former Chat lain United states Senate having Ken located a Cincinnati the members of his esl a have presented him with one to i Lara to Aid him in furnishing his in us sides various private gift which iry la plied his store room. Our next european advices Wilt be 1 do Union which sailed from Havre m the of. I the Niagara having been withdrawn by the government there will Ihn be no Steamer until the Pacific which was to fail on the 29th ult. William Martin of Detroit a notary Public of Stockbridge Michigan has been arrested for forging pension vouchers and drawing pension monies in the Case of Mehi table Porter who has been dead for some a a few years since the sight of a new paper proposing the repeal of the usury Laws Wae a sort of phenom non. Of late Well reasoned discussions of this question in which the repeal Side is taken Are becoming frequent. There was a meeting of the stockholders of the Parker vein Coal company in now Ork of tuesday. Resolutions wore adopted a j knowl edging the liability for Over Issue of j look. Measures Are concerning to re Organ ii the company. A Jpn a. A1x v of the officers on Board Tho Albany sup posed to be lost first lieutenant William w. Bleecker is a near connexion of or. Anthony a. Bleecker of new York lie was for one time an officer of the United states Steamer Michigan on Lake Erie and was Well known on the lakes. Another of her lieutenants John Quincy Adams is a Nephew of the late sex president. Midshipman Benne Riley jr., is the Only son of Tho late major general Riley of the United states army Well known for his Active exertions n the Frontier in aiding in the suppression of the last a acadian rebellion. Twelve thousand Miles of Railroad Are now in process of construction and Likely to l e completed in the United states the entire of of which will be in the neighbourhood of three Hundred and fifty six millions of Dol Lars one million of which is already provi ded for. There Are some sixty roads. T which the longest eight Hundred and Lour Miles i the Illinois Tynt ral. And the Short est fifty three Miles and a halt the Lebanon \ Alley Road running from Reading to har Risburg a. 1c appears that information was recently despatched to \ Lunel North special agent of the i vet off to department to the effect that a series of extensive robberies had lately been perpetrated in the Vicinity of Elmira \ y. And he a paid a \ to that place Dur ing t e Pat week. The result of his investigations i the arrest in that City of Lewi. H. Vav who was committed to the care of the l state marshal. On Yron do la Barca who a greatly teemed and beloved when in Washington during tin late revolutionary scenes in Madrid and the forcible change of the Spanish , was driven Forth from Spain radically an exit. \ or recently he was in Pari with his family and was in exceedingly straightened circumstances having in a deprived i v the published another letter in reply to the Barge of or. Sic Kies concerning the of july dinner to the pm incan pm in that City. Accompanying the letter is a certificate signed by a Large number of venation is who attended the dinner who a re that or. Peabody first letter in re ply t � or. Sickles gave a True statement of ail the facts a they occurred. The Albany Argus says that lettings for the enlargement of the new York canals have been made to the extent of More than half of the entire work and at prices far be Low the estimates of the engineers. Work estimated in the aggregate at nearly six Mil Lions. Has been taken at about four millions and a half averaging about Twenty one per cent than the estimated Cost. A private hanker in Ohio who recently failed for a Large amount is said v the Hagerstown Lycra old to he the same who a few months ago visited that town with some in Gold for the purpose of taking the stuck of the Valier rank a new con Cern not vet in operation but was Preven Ted from doing and consequently from establishing a bogus concern in our midst. Fhe new York Fourier asks who Are the americans for the russians or the allies and answers of the russian is the Gen eral sentiment just now. Fhe american heart beats for the Turk on the Pauu but the struggle of the allies i but to be Lor political and geographical Power and to t a the defence of country As was the com Bat of the turks. A Block of Marble for the Washington National Monument furnished by the society of alumni of Washington College Lexington Virginia hears the following inscription from the alumni of Washington College at Lexington. Virginia the Only College endowed la the father of his country. On wednesday morning Between the hours of one and two a tire was discovered in the first Ward Washington which entirely consumed two extensive stables situated on of near the Corner of Twenty first Street which in addition destroyed a Large Batch of Genu Ine Shanghai. The c commissioner of Patent has informed the editors of the scientific american printed in new York that the stringent Rule hereby the dimensions of All new models one suddenly ordered to he curtailed has been annulled by him. And the More reasonable i be february 20th left in full Force. The death of the venerable Ceorge Harry Man f Rialti Tiore county at the Advance 1 Uge of 87, took place a few Days since. He was one of tie oldest residents of Tho county and was Well known As among the most excellent of men 1 it every capacity. Ibn. William Lissell a respected representative from Illinois has far recovered from his late protracted illness As to be Ena to i. 11. to a n t i. Vii u i i up to i i Idiku ?. Halls i legislation. Dissolution of the 1 in n is becoming the subject of discussion in Xanadu. Mem r or of the parliament said the other Day that a Long continuation of the Union of the provinces was impossible. It is now generally conceded in Boston that the difficulty with the Cochituate water had its origin in the Lake itself and is attributable to certain chemical changes which Hue taken place therein. Judge Crain has appointed Edward w. Belt esq., of Marlboro to the clerkship of the circuit court for Prince Georges county Maryland recently made vacant by the de Oease of its late worthy occupant. Judge Lumpkin of the Superior court of Georgia has decided that if a hired negro Lave Dies pending his lease the hirer has to in the stipulated Price the same a if he had i cd. C. C. Hyatt Esq an enterprising citizen Bladensburg is collecting materials for Jie purpose of erecting in the course f next Spring a Large and commodious boarding House near the Railroad station. In n. York on wednesday in state stocks the Only transactions were in Virginia 8ixes at 89j a. 89, and of Missouri Sixes at 84 j o 84i. A decline of acted judiciously in accepting what a been done since the French government had but exercised an unquestionable right. There is no Concession to his View of immunity for the envoy the representative of the foiled states. To inter dict or. Soule from sojourn in any part of tiie Empire is jut As much a disregard of his diplomatic Quality and pretension As the refusal to admit him would have been. In the restriction on him to simple Pas Sage to i the More signalized a1 personally obnoxious. The new York courier says that the expedition of Covione Kinney and his command to the Mosquito territory fur the establish ment of a new Central american Republic is an event of no Small Mark. It will Tell upon history. 1 Boro i not a Shadow of it doubt that the expedite n will he made and a colons formed and there is Strong reason to believe that h Emile plan will be Succes fully consummated. Sickles Soule and Saunders arc consid ered in Europe a representatives Iff Amer ican conduct and character. There never was a greater mistake. M to americans wish Bev had never gone to Kuro Pejoro being there would remain. A Nuiji in Cincinnati has been heavily fined for Selling liquor to in Cru Small boys. The became intoxicated and just indignation was expressed towards the linear los individual who furnished them with the mean of getting drunk. The last new is extremely vague and contradictory. The Reader must form Bis own com Umi after going through the various Tate Mefus and report. Sebastopol is certainly b ird res i 1. Harper. Mat for december has a v a a d illustrations and a variety of miscellaneous Reading. E have received a copy from the ? of Janies Antwi la a son k aug Street. 4 # # ? � the annual ten Ferince of the methodist c urch s.,. Commenced in nor Folk on . A Large number of preachers and 1 i nmn were in attendance. � the preliminary Survey of the Potomac rite Railroad i going i. Foi rim i. N. November �9.two men were Frozen death near Mobile last week whilst gunning in a boat. The b Urner of Texas has written a Long letter to the state treasurer in which be refuses i Doc a i the Stock offered by messes. Walker and King because they Are not of the description inquired by Law. Nor Transfer red As r quire to Good Par Stock there fore he declares the contract null and void my Suva that or petals for u new one will he re div a. Boston \ vend r great know nothing festival v As held Here last evening at the Hall Over the Fitchburg depot. About fifteen hundres participated and the Hon. Mar Hall p. Miller presided. Numerous speeches Isom Rani int members of the organization we made no stay congratulate i v of the Triumph i american principles in Massachusetts i he proceedings were quite interesting and marked by the highest enthusiasm. Boston. November is. The City of thur lesion yesterday elected three know nothings to the legislature to fill the vacancies in their delegation. In it Rehester. Yesterday afternoon Dan iel Murphy and Timothy Lynch who were at work Oti the new Erk ventral Kail Road fell from the Giraud car and were run Over and killed. Chicago. November has been received Here of the loss of two Fine boats on the Mississippi. The steamers Pacific and grand Tower came in collision near Memphis and both sunk in a few min utes becoming a total loss. The passengers were saved. 1 lie Pacific was bound Down and the grand Tower up. Utica. N. Y., november 20.the exhibition of the state poultry society opened Here to Dav. The collection of fowls embraces the Best descriptions and is exceedingly Large. The show promises to be very Success Ful in every respect. Wheeling nov Omer is 6$ feet depth of water Here Ami about stationary. Largo class boats Are running. Albany. November execution of William Darry at Buffalo for the murder of his wife has been postponed until Friday 1st december. _ Arp Krs Magazine for december handsomely illustrated with an excellent be of Content received and for Sal at the Bookstore of Geo. E. French dec 1st a v ill Vilm t Independent ranks of Vii fall a correspondent in tie National Intelli Gencer yesterday morning in explaining the condition of the trans Alleghany Bank of Virginia give Rise to the it stands upon the same footing As the inde pendent Banks of the state. Hile we hold that its issues Are much better securities than the unsecured note of any individual Linn shaking in the wind being based on a depo sit of six per cent. State stocks Dollar Tor Dollar we conceive it to be unjust to the in dependent Hanks of the state to class i As one of them. I the term free Banks a does not apply to j the Independent Banks of \ Irginia. J Here has been no general banking Law passed by j the Legi i fire of that mate. And pm b Bank is under a separate charter and by Law is managed by a president and Hoard of knee j tors. All Are under the same provisions of the code of Virginia Chap. govern the old Banks. 1 hey arc not tanks of circulation Only but Hanks of discount Deposit and circulation. 1 hey Are required by Law to keep the same amount of Coin on hand according to circulation a the old Banks say Twenty per this additional provision 1 that they can Issue no notes without depositing with the to cashier of the Commonwealth stale ticks or guar 1 Antee of Bonds of the mate Dollar Lor Dollar for every note countersigned and to be issued which Stock is held sacred \ the treasurer As a amour in Tor the note Holder with the further individual liability of the Stock holders for any deficiency in the value of the notes providing the Banks should wind up,.and it becomes necessary for the treasurer to sell the Trust fund in i posses j .�n, to pay the note Holder. It i not Worth j while therefore for parties to insinuate that i the note of tin Independent Bank Are re t j a Good a those who give no counties Liat j Ever for their issues. Ely Plain people those of or Ordinary understanding can comprehend this proposition. Or a alway Ben regretted by tin Friend. I if banking that the Iran Al i Iegan Bank wave a put in operation. It j was intended be re a a Bank of circulation 1 than i a Bank of discount Deposit and air cd Littion aim was my Mien a Danw a u. Code of Virginia authorized. It i located it i a Distant Point inaccessible to the brokers i who cannot without great inconvenience de \ Mand the Coin for its notes. It has always i been looked upon w it i a or by tin Banks 1 of Virginia As calculated to bring the sys tem into discredit As u Bank could sustain itself in the Pommon wealth Long that did not do a 1 Giti mate banking business. I 10 the old and the new Banks in these times cannot circulate Over fifty to eighty cents on j the Dollar on their capital in hand it is n t to be. Supposed that any other Hank circulating four or live times that much could Long maintain itself with no a is except its ate securities to Rev on while in the ease of the j other Independent Banks they have their state securities and Bills Loci Valc la maturing All the time to meet the de Mand upon them. The following Are the Independent Banks i of \ Irginia and arc unquestionably Good manufacturer and banners my old Dominion Alexandria ventral Bank of Virginia Staunton Fairmont Bank Fairmont men Bant Bank of \ Irginia Montiello Bank t Lia Vloitos \ tile Bank of Berkeley in \ Irginia. Martin Burg Bank of wheeling1, Wheeling Bank of Emmer eur. I Rederi Esburg Bank Harrisonburg Bank of win Chester. W incl Ester Bank of Scotts Viii Spottsville. . Sir. An inter i i a incident. Several of the excursion lists from tin City who attended the opening of the Central Imizo Railroad no needed to . Louis and bom there made a trip of r t Pacific Railroad a distance of Over forty Miles Biring this trip the following incident of special interest to Baltim oreans a erred Mann the company was or. Baric Jones ill a native of Baltimore i of the Lino of Hill & brother of . Louis he was talk ing with major a. B. Patterson one of to delegates from Baltimore and in the Denver pation about railroads or. Hill mentioned that in Baltimore on the dts of july when a Little school Hov lit went out with his Cias t � witness the Laving. In Charles t a Roll of c try d Jon. A the Corner tic of the Baltimore Ami Ohio Railroad and that he walked hand in hand with a fellow student named Patterson. W to was the teacher of the school asked major p. Or. Gill named him. I exclaimed or. was the boy w to walked with you then Ami now after Twenty six years have Here meet again on the Pacific Railroad and join hands and they Shook hands with a cordial pleasure which thrilled the he Bitsoi All who were pre Rcpt. Hull. Sun. I m Tiit a i to it. John Mitch nil of the citizen does not have a very elevated estimate of the know nothings flu re is no longer any doubt that the order i g my to Rule these l United states for certain years. In the course of human event.-, and Hie Progress of the it has come round that the pal Triest meanest false and most ignorant it Cugh far from the most dangerous form of popular Delu Sion which has Ever troubled nations now rises to an Ascendancy veil nigh absolute Over the freest Wisest strongest and Best country upon Earth. It would Puzzle or. Mite Holl we should suppose to explain Bis paradoxical a Section How the freest Wisest trances of. And last country upon a he people the absolute right of self government can Ever he sul dec Ted to the Ascendancy of tie pal Triest. Meanest false Ami Inott Igno rant popular delusion. The two things Are utterly inconsistent. Or. Mitchells love of superlatives arid desire to Praise and Elaine in the same breath have betrayed him into a very ridiculous assertion. Half. Amer. The c n. of or. Brule. Or. Beales ease Lias excited from tic first a great Deal of interest Nouv being Tim la persuaded that the doct r is an innocent Man. His speech no doubt had the of tout of inc caring the number of those holding this opinions it contained much calculated to work upon the feelings and unhinged a be Lief of his guilt. The asset ration of inno Cence should go for just what they Are Worth. A Man who could Cumuli the crime charged would not hesitate to make sue an assertion with whatever Awe the denial might be sur rounded. Or. Webster even went beyond or. Beale in i declaration of innocence � f the death of or. Parkman and yet in the j moments of Bis greatest extremity he admit j Ted the whole facts of his guilt. It is pain Ful at All times to witness the weakness and speak of the errors of Mankind but truth must not be thrust rudely aside became the criminal is surrounded by wealth Respecta j Bibity Ami in Duponti a friends. Postage to China. Owing to a reduction of the British postage beyond England the single rate for letters Between the United states Slid China except j Hong Kong via England will hereafter be 33 cents instead of 45 cents when sent via Southampton prepayment required and 43 i j cents instead of 6-3 cents the Quarter ounce or 53 cents instead of 75 cents the half ounce by closed mail via Marseilles prepayment also required. On letters to Hong Kong either via Southampton or via Marseilles the United states postage Only should be prepaid Viz 21 cents the single rate of half an ounce or under when the Atlantic conveyance is by United states Steamer and 5 cents when by i British steamers leaving the balance to be collected at Hong Kong. J j 11 1 11 i 1 arrival of Len Africa. _ i Days Latyk from Flo if. Sew York nov. 29.the Koval mail j Steamer Africa arrived Here this evening from Liverpool with co passengers and dates to the 18th inst., being four Days later than the advices per Steamer Baltic. The siege of Sebastopol was progressing slowly but no decisive result has been attained. All the mail steamers had been taken up by the British government to Send instant reinforcements to the Allied army. 1 Here in consequently he no mail sent until the sail ing of the american Steamer 1 us iii the government having taken the Niagara Oil tin Halifax mute. I la next advices will be received by Tae Steamer 1 wion via Southampton and will he fair Days later. After this there will he an interval of one week until the sailing of the Pacific. Pro Cross or the is Noth ing really later from the seat of War. A pause Lias ensued in the held fighting before Sebastopol. Despatches both Bussian and British Sav tie siege is progressing with regularity and that preparations were making by the allies for an assault. Both parties Are greatly in want of reinforcements the besiegers however Are worse oif than the besieged. In Busshaus begin to be in want of ammunition. The allies have suffered fearful in. They have been reduced by Battle and disease to 50,000 men. This terrible fact was causing much alarm in England and Franco and the j utmost efforts were making to Send instant reinforcements. Ail tin m til steamers Are chartered for the service the was Euing in severely and Stortv weather had been Felt in the Black sea. Two turkish frigates had been w rocked. The great Hospital in Sebasto pol containing2, wounded soldiers a 1 been set on fire by the guid d the allies and Burnt. A i strip a to kiss in. I he aus note in reply a the prussian Ito tool the h of october arrived at Belin on the path and As far As the contents Hau transpired Austria gladly accepts Prussia to pro Uii sed support in the principalities but lays great stress on having this assistance viewed As a logical and necessary consequence us the treaty of april rather than As a new arrangement. Pm i Iok an ass at was expected in tin French Camp that an a suit would be made on the nth of november and it probably would have been bad not the russians attacked the allies position. On the Bill the tiring was shirk on both sides and preparations were being jumbo for an a Sault. Sealing ladders ac., had been ordered up from the Caufour russian ships had been sunk in the Harbor of Sebastopol 1�v the lire of the allies. One of tin ships was the famous twelve apostles which had been doing much execution a a Battery against the besiegers. Iio knit or Tiik . The typhus fever has broken out in Sebastopol induced by the great numbers of tint tried dead. To add to the miseries of the inhabitants Coli Lagra Thuis wort1 also continually occurring irom the red hot Slot throw n into the place. I he Supply of water was also getting exceedingly scarce. File russian were evidently expecting an assault and preparing i a treet lighting posting Canon to sweep the Street Ami Loti thing the lenses Ami preparing other Means for a desperate resistance. I lit Kii Alrh official account of the action of the nth did not reach London until the loth owing to telegraphic interruptions. Lord r igi.i11 sax " the Eti inv w Atli an immense Force attacked yesterday at Dawn of morning the right Wing of the English position. I he Battle which r suited was extremely obstinate and not till past noon was the enemy definitely repulse 1 and forced to Retreat leaving the lie.1 covered with his dead Ami with a loss of several Hundred taken prisoners. 1 he number of the enemy much exceeded that in the Battle of Alma. Due losses of the rus sians Are enormous tier losses hav a been very great. Generals sir tie age Brown Bentinck Adams. Butler and formers arc wounded. The conduct of our troops in the lice of Superior a number was must a russian official letter Sav that the Arri id the Grain puke at Sebastopol produced such enthusiasm in the ranks that the russian commander thought Well to turn it to account and . On the nth the Garrison made two sortie the fir a at one Oclock in the afternoon against the English and the second at two o clock against the French. The Atie r with the Kii ii a was most Des Perate and it is said the russian succeeded in spiking their guns. Guns were also Spike-1 by the rus sians. After this tin kits fians retired with All haste when the French division Purne 1 them until under the very Walls of the City where they a received with a most Mur Derous tire and had to fall Back. The Strug Gleva most sanguinary and obstinate and was prolonged until Nightfall. Prince Menshikoff admits a loss of men and a ids that the los of the allies was at least equal. Acer Imp this account am in. I � u 4 m 11 i a r Mensch Kimi font i a Ami Oiler places. Admiral Xuc Himoff who was reported Lead i said t � have recovered and resumed Active duty. Another Gkent of Patcho to the 15th says despatches from Balaklava n the 11th have been received tins evening according to which aim Iier great 1,attic has been fought in which the russians Are Aid to have lost men. L he loss of the was Abo great but they remained m it is of the held. S Eknes a i the increase Inthea Lliel Camp. A turkish gun ship Hud been sunk in a Gale in the Black official russian news via Vienna state that Iron the 5th to eth imbuing of importance had occurred. The bombardment continued but the breaches were always re p tired. From the Petersburg advices i report that the Engli a Fleet had left the bal tic and that Winter had set in with unusual Sei Erity. Know. Salni Orston did n to Lea of Loudon f a Paris until the 10th. An official statement of the affair of messes. Allen a Anderson had 1 in published. File estate would pay about of. In the Pound. Fram new French loan of five or six Hundred millions of franc is spoken of. The French troops were being withdrawn from Italy. The , George Cathcart generals Strangeway and Gouldie were killed in the action of the 5th. This is official. A mass of telegraphic dispatches Ware Cei Ved during the past night but the follow ing Are the Only items not previously published the Duke of Cambridge had his horse killed under him and the English had2,0uu killed and wounded in the Battle of the 4th. The loss of the French was 1,500 and the russian loss Between seven Aud eight thou Sand. Prince Napoleon has arrived at Constanti Nople suffering from diarrhoea. 1 in the attack on the 5th, 40,000 russians vre e engaged. Several of their redoubts were taken but again re captured. Geu. Brown was wounded and has bad an Arm amputated. R 0 the russians had left the Heights of Baklava and were expecting reinforcements. Steam frigates had arrived at Batons to c Nev from thence rom troupe to the Crimea. Letters from French troops Lead sailed from there for the Crimea is Ith a favourable wind. The Sultan had degraded Sulejman Pacha the commander of tin turkish troops in the Crimea. A turkish hum of War the aha Ische had foundered with a turkish Admiral and a Ven Hundred men on Hoard. An egyptian Frig Ite had also been lost in the Black sea. Miss Nightingale with14 nurses for the hospitals at Scutari had arrived at constantinople. The general intelligence by the Steamer Africa i highly interesting and exciting though there was nothing More of a decisive character from Sebastopol beyond the 9th in Stant. Breaches had been made by the Al lies in the enemy fortresses by incessant Cann Nading but they had no special effect and were tilled up by the russians almost As soon As made. The tiring had slackened considerably on both sides and considerable time had been consumed in burying the dead Ami Clearing away the rubbish of the Battle on the the. The allies wer fortifying their position on the left Bank of Escher Saga. The rumoured engagement of the 5th was without foundation in truth. No fresh sorties had been made until the 8th. Light thousand English and French troops and one thousand six Hundred seamen were ii oui making an a Nult which Wras expected soon to take place. Scaling ladders had been ordered up for this purpose. It was thought at last accounts that the rear of the allies position was made impregnable. Further destructive tires had taken place l i in in Nastopil. Hill my w Ere a in Guion a. A Magazine and warehouse of provision Weie destroyed. Two russian frigates fold been Burnt by tin Engleh. The ship of the line twelve a lost was also Burnt or blown up. Two thousand English horses and munitions of War had reached Malta on the 11th. The learner Jurva arrived there with More troops. And several turkish detachments were close upon the Bena Rabun Frontier. A body of sixteen Hundred turks had been attacked on the 1st with heavy loss. The British division and the French also were steadily dipping toward the Walls of Sebastopol. The British had constructed a Large covered Way terminating in front of the russian redoubt Ibry which will serve As a cover to a Strong Bod in the final struggle. The Hospital of Sebastopol was set on tire he a Bombshell from the allies and it soon was in flames. There were about two thou Sand sick and wounded therein at the time All of whom Peri lied in the flames and were buried beneath the ruins. This is described As a most appalling and heat t rending scene. The English journals assert that the Pri vate accounts about the dreadful reverses of the allies Are not confirmed. The Steamer Niagara had been chartered to c Ivey troops t the Crimea. Consequently no Steamer will leave Liverpool for the foiled states until the Pacific departs on the a a eth of nov Ember. The Licet were suffering disasters at sea and could take no part in the bombardment. It a rumoured that the object of lord Palmerston visit to France was to consult with the emperor upon the a establishment of Poland to her former nationality. Other roof its in. A Ever that i object was to make an Alliance to prevent America from absorbing t Uba a Lati and the Sandwich islands. Frightful Gules had occurred on the Black sea. Four ships of the russian Fleet a tur Kish ship of m guns and a frigate had been sunk. There have been serious apprehensions that accounts of other terrible disasters would to received. T he first French division had been detached from the army of siege to increase and strengthen tiie army of observation. The condition of affairs at Seba Topol is represented As awful. The streets Are crowded with irk dead and dying men women and children. Prince Napoleon would persist in com manding the storming columns of Sebastopol. Prim e a Rote Bonaparte of Baltimore is also there and rapidly gaining favor for his valorous acts. He is soon to have a com Mand. The inhabitant of Sebastopol were at last account suffering dreadfully to want of water. The russian were unable to Bury their de in and they were throwing the putrid Bod ies into the sea which rejected them and the Shore was literally strewn with human bodies from which was emitted a sickening stench for Miles around. Admiral Lyons was watching the Rya of a f. At merchant vessels were closely Sci utilized. An immediate attack was anticipated on the russian p in uhf flotilla at Ismael. Me i his of via concentrating his forces at Bak iii seran Ini phor pal Ami other Points in tiie neighbourhood. A Rumor prevailed hut not Given much 1 a a. Z a 1 i Mimi visit it .1 Ini i air i Mai Points a u to direct neg Tationa with Austria Ami agreed to withdraw the troops run the Huia Eian frontiers. Extensive pre rations Wen making to Dis Patch troops to the sat of War. There was a Rumor though without any confirmatory character that a most it Naguina by Battle had been f tight before Sebastopol on the 11th, in which both sides suffered in Leiis o Slaughter. Many thousands were re ported a have been killed. France Lias made a Levy for men and a 1. An of oium Mumm franc. Addition Al Tro. Pm were Lour la expected to reach the crime. A layer poo letter says new reinforce ment arc daily being Cut out and levies made and whilst this continues there e Ai be no Prospect of ease in Money Cir Cle. R a revival of he iness and Industry. I Fieri i nothing new or strange from Asia r affairs on the Danube. Otner Faulta had made no definite movements. Much distress prevails amongst the poorer Ciu-.i in Ireland and Kinglan 1, and in fact throughout Europe. 1 he Africa brings nothing further in re Gard to the Arctic passengers and All Hopes d Ever bearing from them is nearly or quite abandoned. O of m r. K i l 1 to e i. Uge n be. Font Mill lean fire Flor. L i Rio / for. 11 Fri Riny fre Niroj. F of Fon i lie sales during the past three Days amount to3",0 m Biles including Jimmi taken on speculation and 4,0tm Bales for Export. The demand has been moderate with prices favouring buyer. New Orleans fair 6 mid \ Wirig of Upland fair 6 middling 5$. Flour Western canal 13s Ohio 46?. Corn. Yellow 4os White 4from imn Niston Cir Enlar. Stucks transactions in american Securi ties have Heen Small. U. S. Stocks have slightly declined. Consols Are quoted at Al \. 1 he Havre Cotton Market is unchanged sales 1,000 Bales. I Rade in Manchester Lias largely declined i since last report. Cotton Mobile fair 6, middling 5 3-16 Orleans middling 5 5-16 Upland middling i j 3-16. Prices have declined fid. For flour Del. For f wheat and is. For Corn. Provisions beef is firm and prices a trifle higher. Pork is a trifle higher. Lard i prices Are easier hut not quotable lower. Produce of Fine at 7s. Turpentine spirits Are Dull at 44sa 43. Rice Sale have been made at 24s. Emdon markets have Gene rally been Dull but there is no material change to notice. The Iron Market is Dull. Bar Iron is quo Ted in Wales at �7 13s a c8 fails Are quoted in Wales at �7 scotch pig Iron is quoted m Glasgow at 70. Monet and Slock. London Noy. I. American Securi tii Are Dull and prices Are a trifle lower. I. S. Ops of 1802 Are quoted at 101 a 102 do. Do. Ends of 1808. 108 a 1 �9 Pennsylvania 5s Bonds Are quoted at 70 Maryland 3s Bonds Are quoted at 93 a 194 Virginia 0 a 83 a 81. Consols closed at 91. In iii extract of a letter from a respectable and Well informed citizen of the l United states to a Friend in Washington dated . Peters Burg. Russia september 18, lb34.dear of the War i scarcely begun. 1 Here i no Chance for any Power he it Ever great to conquer Russia. I he emperor is Only pre 1 paring for War. Next year he will have in i the Field ready for Active Battle one and it half millions of soldiers Well drilled. The people Are All for the War. And he a no trouble in getting soldiers for it is with them a religious War. They want the Christian Faith to he sanctioned Over the world. They Are the most devout people on Earth and the last Crucifix will go for the War before they give up. A Bremen mall. The next Steamer on the Bremen line will not depart from new York until the 27th Day of january 1835. In the meantime correspondents writing to Germany should direct their letter to go either in the open mail to England or by the prussian closed when directed to he forwarded in the open mail the United states postage of five or Twenty one rents the single rate must be prepaid Tive cents when forwarded by British and Twenty one cents when by uni Ted states steamers. The prussian closed mail rate i thirty cents prepayment optional. 1m of Luttkus remaining in tie Post j Liee at Alexandria va., on the 30th Day of nov Ember. I t persons calling Tor letters in this list. Ill please Sav they Are advertised. A Atkinson. T Bettie Alloway. Sidney Alexander Samuel 11 Adams. Marietta k Alexander. Charles b Bulger John bribe. Harles Brown. William Brown. Charles h Brown. Francis Branagan. Daniel Brent Elizabeth Bourne miss d Butcher John Berry f Berkley. James Beardsley. Phillips l Beall. Abraham c Beard. A h Begley. Patrick Bailey. John 11 Baylor. A g Berry Patrick Baker. Luther-3 Bald in. John Baker. Janies h b is w e ii. John h or heirs c Chew. John Corbin. Michael Cuison. Geo m t Oton. Geo a Cadwell. William oiling. Vii Liam Cronin. Patrick Lesley. John Cummings. Duncan t Urtis Ann cow Ford. A Carter. Geo w j i be Berry. Joseph f Dewey. Thomas Disney. John Dor by. Benjamin Downs. Catharine did unit. Mary Davis. Rea on Dabbs. James didvi.-. Thomas Denny Caroline f Fulhage. Bridget frail. James Shiun Leroy d Fisher Margare Guilin. Jack got. Aaron p Goodhan. Jacob Goodwin. James k Gore. G w Grayson. Sarah h i lire i. Thomas j Humphreys Lucy . William Ilu iian. Richard Holliday. James it Hill. 1 i a i11�� Henry a Sergei Hamer David ii Healey. Patrick in unit. John Henry Hart. John i i Harper. Catharine Hanna. F dances Halbert Henry Hulbert. George j Judson r f Johnston. Jones. John j Jones Benjamin it k kid Well John Kidwell. Betsey Kline. Be John key or t Harles Kennedy. Dorn Kincheloe. Hannah a Keneavy. Den i Kent. Joseph Kii Edv Peter Kelley. James i Loyd. Alexander Lew is Kobe it m Lane Rebecca Loy , or Loyle. Johanna m mane. J Hormis Murphy. John Moore. I Hornas Moore. Join m Oore James Mason jus Darcey Meade Annie b Mitchell in Ilia Miller John j Moxley Laura Martin. H w Maxfield a d Momi Quinn. John n-3 menu bin Thom a Mcguire j Mcintosh. Lucy a Mccracken Janses me Partland Patney n Norwood. Rev we Newell. Alexander in i i lit Fiill Pwll Lilly. Robert Nob ton. Mis Elizabeth Omu in John of Neill John p Phillips. K Plant Jas k Powell Fanny pair. Mrs Louisa j Page. King k q Quinn Michael Quigley Jam k Robinson w Ili Iain Rogers j p Ridgeway Thos Ridgeley j Kiley. Or. M 1� r r Richardson Marcus 1 Redman. John Reed Apt John h Stephen. Cha 1 Stair. Miss Lou a Schai. Franz me wart John t Spillane. William Smith. William-2 Smith Jonah Smith. Miss satire b Smith. Mrs Mary Smith mrs Sarah Sampson we 11 Savoy. Jane Schuler e Sears capt Shunn Jit Jas w Shelley Mary Sheehan Michael Simms mrs Sallie m Seip. Henry Stahl Daniel Skinner 1 to 1, Skiff. Samuel Smith. Jame or Skinner Cornelia i Kurtev mrs Sarah-2 Turley. Miss Anielia Tomlin. R Toler Peter Tevi. Joseph Taylor Robert Toliver John w Waller Benj h waiter John e Wallace Sydney h a Auh John Waterbury Edwin Well John Washington we Weaver Elizabeth Wicks Sarah Worthington h if Wolf William Walton or attorney at Law dec a it t. W. Ashby p m. To Thlik Chalk am refined to ? ? have on hand six Harrell a uric Chalk and one barrel Best ret Iron to r. Vex to which we invite attention. Call and be at the Corner of King and Royal streets John t Creighton a co. Dec 1 Sentinel and Fairfax new t1 o j Richards t Annj More and it i Amine his Tine Stock of Beautiful fancy goods bought expressly Tor the approaching holidays. Dec l2t pig Iron.8 torn no. 1, jut received by Railroad and far Sale by Dev l Cazenove a co

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