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Biddeford Union and Eastern Journal (Newspaper) - November 23, 1855, Biddeford, MaineThe Union and Eastern journal. Friday nov. 23, 1855 following u the article from the Luu wit Thom that i kicked of Ucb War Cloud of dul american Filli buttering. The English government committing in Opportunity of Lei Loroi in the we i India , and Hue later Usu a Power Ful hot Between Tho county end die Nurith american continent Thi proceeding will we doubt not Call Forth from a Largo the Union and in no Ieie a Cap when die ust heir of Raven with had Mii k forever hmm human sight in the ii acheron Quicksand Over Winch Ead sight in olt it Nie Plale. The faithful a Eastern journal. Vani calling out for Hia Leader a. Ceased to Biddeford Friday lorning or. A bit. Ewt the commercial last evening in a moot Lulu Tiou Lone Exi Laim How shall whig Vole f Quot a mint Remai Kable inquiry. If there be any , let them vote i for whigs hut there Are no White to vote portion of the american pie that specie for none have teen nominated for the of of mild and temperate comment in which flee and the or ult of Thia election will they Delight whenever the conduct of in have at least one a we Tive and wholesome gland to in question and a lit in political j re Oil in will convince die Caleb old j capital in to be manuf Cluied by making a one of the Patty such a the Contrael Ard the High school and were highly pleased her the object of Mivec ii and Detrecia oui Skof 4vr a a no longer Nii fiver in a a with the appearance of the a Cliola and lion. We shall be told no doubt of the King of ii Kig organization and die ino1, the Progress which the Pupil seemed to have fiendish to red of Englund to Republican i melancholy pro. Old i what a not old in a but Anroen of knowledge. The Amezuca and of the in Deni menace be even a Skull of the defunct Yovick left fori our schools. The tall term of our Public schools in the City District closed last week. We devoted s part of two Days the latter part of the week to Visita to the grammar schools and the Story of an Isiah invasion a made out of the opera Titis of the Maras Cuse to Irish Emigrant Aid society who issued an addict to their a fellow countrymen Quot in August lost telling them to hold on and form in each City and town of the United sates auxiliary societies for the purpose of aiding a grand scheme of revolutionising Ireland when the scheme comes the address is Wordy and plan of operations beautifully vague. A a we do not counsel you to form a Filli Busty ring league or raise an army of invasion under the Shadow of the Atara and stripes where we have Lound shelter and Protection. We deprecate the violation of Noy Law in the land in which we live. You will Horn time to time tar advised of the Hind which she veils her in idiot and i any philosophizing Hamlet to make his i Quot a amp a we we a a he a Quot a Kep bar Coa m of actin a Quot ,0 p0�?�06. Treacherous design. Without the slight grim a via upon. The dissolution is com a Charles Milliken on Cedar Street. This quote now a Kyo Ojo form in each City Anile to wish to left in any Way on the put a a plete the Quick Ltd its have swallowed tip tit school has been under or. Milliken a charge town in he United states a Branch of the products of the United 8tutea, 1855. According to the speeches of Hon. Edward Everett and Hon. Or. Winthrop there were raised lost year in the United states 400 million bushels of oals 175 million bushels of wheat 1000 million bushels of Cora 15 million tons of Hay 1,600 Mil Mioc pounds of Cotton. At present prices it will be perceived that Cotton is of minor importance when Oom pared with various other product. The value of either Oats or Hay a nearly twice that of Cotton wheat three times and Corn eight times the value of and yet with Tho Cotton Cracy of the Norih a and Tho Suyeo Crecy of the South everything must yield to the Cotton interest. Tho free Domain must is free no longer the rights of Man ate m nothing when weighed with the Sham democracy Cotton and the Union. Hat against Cotton. Gov. Wright says. That the gras crop of of the country in not properly appreciated. No crop he Eay approaches so near a spontaneous yield and in a i Koo. The. Lib of. Fire o a a Dij d Quot a a Hka no in Ihei seas and May Lead us Quot a breaking Down All the inter la enjoys. The answers of his pupils in the still further in a direction thai list i a a of the a aies where is established a various branches of their studies were prompt toward which we Aie now Mai unwilling Hie Slaw owners constantly complain of a Eart and hew that or. Milliken Hud not a taking heir Owen from runaway slave and in. We entreat then the american Public 1850 Page t a Law to have u. Be turn them fat Rrok Ltd to impress upon their minds the. He Tho four states now to believe the ,.wition to hoi there i not a Siale in the whole a Neces Ity of Tsurou Ghneva while their Gen in a a. �?o"i1 a i one half ii produced by Tho Lour Sites. It of the Conr iary with which they Are so Wail hat would not he better off to Mosow if you by plied that in re w nit Miry or body � their slave hould die to night. Instead of men i i Chw Conniry Iha it aids them pursuing the negroes to carry to a Bock i h any other feeling than hat of the i wonderful when they see the evil. Faction and we shall at All times know oar .r.1 or postmen. My ,�?z.nc1h a cd Allodi wll8�?z a my a. Die a Timur school kept by or. Hirum ment for action comes our leaders will not 11. Brogdon on Sullivan Street a sch of be working in doubt and Daiki Ess Quot Mimi Good will or would wih for them any it Hgt they do not drive in m away and Hui similar in Grade to that kept by or. Milli the general impression is that this enter Wollter tale than the end yemeni of the Unoo to a we a of and Jim no Bey Obj their it not go Fatora Jar it a a ared inn Linin a prize is Gol in to . U Rildy Pamir who he Owis in ten a Loti the a Good Clave of Echo Lara Wae next visited and out of his earnings for the Benefit of flair utmost Ini aim i Hemiy and Secundy. To Lav cry Doe in the old Dominion look it. Have the wih no i the night to Nui Aiichi fact a few ago 70 000 acir Here too we were agreeably surprised with the our opinion on that hmm of government Quot i land Wei soul in i Kiaie iraqis vary Good order and promptness of the which a been Sci Ablahed in the United Quot a Quot in 1.000 to 10.000 acre a Bragdon appears to to a very successful states but we have and we claim the in different ooon.i#, at from i 1-2 to i i 8 a j right to take every Resso Tahlo precaution certs per acre Jed think of it one two Eacher and Tho school under Bis charge against Ihm spirit of unbridled License my three cents an acre Lor land in the promises to be. If it is not already equal to w the present government of the in located and Nat orally richest state in that kept by or. Milliken. The classes in Ileal stale seems inclined to tolerate. Ata emf Elency Quot Uhl it the heart of the his scowl Are not perhaps quite so far adult Quot aug Etc i. I. M .�,1. Peace with the whle would it it la not 1 Vai Agea i Nai Isno was Negin curse the lest True hat in her ports ate fining nothing Elso was the matter. The negate fur As they Hud Gono there was manifested out it i moment piratical Filipu Teri big a i eaten up am that a on its Eor face anti unequal degree of thoroughness and was expedition to carry War Ami blog a het1 not Energy r r intelligence enough to go in. U creditable to the efforts of the 1 Kay Limp ass lh.1 Inuma air Las Ramari astr to Asil Ihu Mesito Snible men in your locality a treas none yield so Large a profit. The ii a crop Uter. Voitl All useless expenses and Paol the United states in 1850 was Over 13,-Ratle. Woik diligently and earnestly? 000 000 tone that for 1855 he estimates at report to us Tho names of your 15,000.000. Which qua Worth $150.000 000 Ana amount of Money Paitl in. We in turn j while the whole Cotton crop is valued a on will report to the supreme directory when 1 by $120 000,000. Of Thia crop mors than a Quot one Hull it produced by Tho four Sutea. Now York which yields one fourth of Tho whole Ohio and Illinois. The grass Sheil do the dominions of an Uno fending neighbor. These expeditions do Sci receive the san Clito of the american guv. Eminent Are not equipped he its funds will uni be conducted by a a officers? Bui Olieo Prepa Aioo is nevertheless known to the pie Nide it and i a Niini Iraq Iii and receive no Check from Tut Quarter this Tole Atyinn we Are w need from weak exchanged for vigorous action Only that the Power to act i utterly wanting. The american people Aie so free that they will not be controlled by a government of their own creating and though la nut i rage for the preservation of their own dignity and the assertion of their own right. Cannot bring them Elve to Lulei ate ail executive sufi Cie Nily Strong to compel respect in the lights of foreign Naiona. It i because we see no Hope of finding in the United Stales a government capable of preventing its Erie no finn waging private War on their own individual account against the Best Friend and truest allies of the great be Publ that agitators. It is altogether ton absurd to suppose that this Irish affiliation is at the Holtzm of the movements of the British government. The real trouble is in something else. Something has stirred up Tho British lion but what it is we cannot Tell until further developments. Our people Are for peace if it can be maintained with Honor and to believe the same May be said of the people of great Britain. If the authorities. A a a a a of either nation needlessly create trouble below to the mine or to renew it on the i ,. A. A a . And a no , will Senle lie Amcher Quot e a re present Only a portion in the expectation that the goes. The Ernie it los at less per acre Tinin j Quot of Tho time during the examination of Tho Are to engage in a War for the fan of the would the ice Rake s about or. Kane a scholars in Tho High school under the charge thing or to Subserve their personal selfish Mac ,7 he i Quot i1 o or. Horace Piper. Or. Piper has the purposes and be sustained in such work could be said Agama Tihe slave Zinsli Union l t Ahan that ii a changed the Garden of the reputation of being one of the most Succes they will find themselves Disapio need. New Oil do the Elen of american to a a King to suppose pro desert that a ii at two cents per acre merely and would be d quote ult i ill Peculiar to Virginia it u can follow the dividing line West o the la i negro hut Ami on one Side is the suit Light of Freedom and on the other the shallow of negroes on he first pro purity pro Gross and real value a a a a the other sloth the fun Chase of Cuba. Ful etchers in Tho state and to certainly takes unwearied pains with his pupils. The examination in this occasion was a most eat. We find in the new York courier a Lottor in factory and alike creditable to both schol from Lonjo in which Speaks very confidently or and teacher. Somo of the exercises in 0f ,0 p01i�bil�ty of acquiring Cuba by Pur the higher crunches of Flo mathematics were chem Ihu a writer admits that lord pal Merston will Tulk of the necessity of pc Ecsy and Pov ctr. Kentucky is a better in Quot a Ink howl Quot a a a a it Ain stale than Ohio bul fur slavery and Loda Monte us Tho scholars to lie unusually Good serving Culm to Spain lest the United thousands of Seitler Are Rushing through we were also struck with the Merit of some state acquire undue preponderance in the min Uri As they would though cholera Fps pc 8ofcorapoeitiun.which Wero read West indies a but adds Tho a if or yellow lever cities to reach a a. A a. Clerk a a in the presence of the coins Atteo. Bidder Tom United states wid a a to in Hundred sets and ing that can be had by a Gay Boily that will we Are most unwillingly compelled even Quot up hem but the poorest Emigrant Lor in the midst of the great european struggle i he West the Pooie to of the Pau hts that in which we Are engaged to assume a de he slave holders say we Are sending to pensive attitude i Oular to trample out the Kansas will not Stop to look at them. In first spark of this tiie Ami prevent a conf a he great state of Missouri there Are but Galion which if once allowed to spread inn 80 000 slaves�?20.000 less in the whole cause a no if liable misery to the human 8raie i handle population of the single cil race. It in the of the american Quot of Louis Bui they Aie More loss to the Republic that she contain within her bad 8 ate in living than a file would he to Eon 1 Orne $80 000,000 of the most available Kansas and yet there Are hundreds of Thon no . Onoue he United states will give two Sands of unset led acres in Missouri better Frd maintains a go Hgt a reputation abroad for millions of dollars of four per cent Stock Ihan the lands of Kane a. Aud nearer to mar the excellence of her Public schools and Ono half to he applied to Tho liquidation of less exp used to wilderness suffer a the i deserving of it. There is no town or the fore Fin debt of Spain and the other half i j in the state which has exceeded her in t0 to liquidation of the Homo debt his lord the amount of appropriations for schools chips objections go for Tho Fol and there is no place where the schools Are owing financial statements will serve to under More such Elul or popular teachers 8how Tho Jen Sivility of Tho undertaking Toee who Havo had Tho management of a. About three years ago Spain decreed them in times past and under whose direct without in any Wuy consulting her Bandhold tilt it a they have grown up into usefulness i to a by not pm i t any interest. A r a for Many years that she would not pay it while they have the pleasing satisfaction of except Educil a the interest on the Jap crop which is used for pasturage is at least As valuable so that Thia single Herb is Worth annually Over three Hund Iod million dollars Foiw Supla a Lingo int the a a a of new York is Worth Moro Tymn its wheat and yet Sintia tics show that Euloh is the Coset it track Mercury if these statistics Are Correct the grass cup of the country is Worth $23,000.000 a Tore than the Cotton crop it in therefore in reality much the la geat and most important interest of the two. The Only difference is that one is Tho product of slave labor and Tho other of free. To Soo no reason therefore Why to should not have an aristocracy of Hay Lor a As we have now of Cotton. There is nothing More respectable in producing Cotton Liun there is in grow Fng Gross. Both Are the productions of the soil and the latter is As necessary to the Comfort of Man and Tho Prosperity of the country As the former. It May be thut the fast that one is Tho product of Tho Lanir of a Chis of men held in Hond Ngo in violation of the Laws of nature and of god and who receive no compensation for their toil while Tho other is the product of free labor invests the occupation of the Cotton grower with ii dignity and a a respectability Quot which grass growing docs nut possess. But to Douhy whether it will to so considered when menus passions to it come Calm enough for them to look upon the institution of surgery in its True Light the world will one Day Moa certainly learn to consider it quite As Bon Ruhle Lor Man to earn his own subsistence by the sweat of his brow As to subsist upon the unrewarded labor of others one receives the Sanction of Providence and the other is threatened with its Curso. Those who contribute the most to the wealth of a nation and the happiness of the people Are entitled to and will receive the highest place of Honor in Tho opinion of All Good Moo every where. This Date however the imports will probably show a like Cuni Stative increase. From Europe. Absurd panic in England. Rumours y a liar to a the United states and demand of Post polls by or. Buchanan. from tiie Crimea. The Collins steamship Pacific capt. Nye from Liverpool 3d inst. Arrived at new York on the 15th having mad the passage in ten Day and three hour. A singular panic was created in England by Rumora of a War with the United state and that or. Buchanan Hod demanded his passports. Or. Buchanan was obliged publicly to contradict the Rumor a wholly without foundation. Notwithstanding this an uneasy feeling remained in the Publio mind. The London times in a a Erie of skilfully malicious editorial started the subject which exaggerated or the provincial pre j speedily trained such dimensions that extras were issued announcing that the american minister had demanded Hia passports? general astonishment and regret was elicited by this announcement and energetic protest were heard Ngn inst government forcing the nation into so Dange Inua a War. Our Liverpool agent telegraphed to his excellency the american mini Ter who promptly and courteously sent him an explicit contradiction of the re dior the Liverpool journal Olsa edition dated saturday miming at we Imre received our new8papbr Bills. A some of our of crier in remitting the amount Oft air indebtedness remark a a a a hould Hare paid your agent Hod to Called?� it May not be remembered by some of oar subscribers that to mail furnishes a oaf and expeditious Way of remittance and to no Case is it beet to wait for a Call from an agent. We have in fact about dispensed with sending an agent in consequent of the heavy percentage of lose we Ore subjected to by Euch a course. We Ber sent Bills or shall Send them to Oil who appear by our Book to be owing be for one year and Over. In sending them we Are obliged to prevent Oon Lusion to sphere to a uniform Rule. All Are sent to and subscribers can remit by mail or otherwise As they see fit Only bearing to mind to do so at an Early period. We have been at Large expense this year something Orer a thousand Dollar in purchasing a Power Preta and materials for the enlargement of our paper end we Hare already ordered Type for a new Dree to be donned the 1st of january. We need All we can possibly collect and our subscriber who Are still indebted will Omler a fever by attending at once to the payment of their Billa. Strange set Tat i. A Railroad train or blot a tray a Caia Strophe of a nature i of set univ 2d hitherto altogether unheard it to the annals ,nrninjt�t2 i i Oclit .cci.l.nl., i m ? up win. Haj a i. two us Arvisu in Konov . Hun Baa. Sumner in answer to some system end about i travel at the South writes among other thing to the Boston poet a Oil in Troe also that i was at Louisville for a single Day cheered by pleasant hospitality but i had no of Coriou to express any opinions on slavery. If i manifested an Quot agreeable up fit a a Oil m As at the thorough bred cattle the Woodlawn pastures and the Blue gras which Are the Pride of Kentucky. There was a a a Surprise a of a different character which i could not fail to Manifest at another place when i witnessed the disgusting Sale of human being on tie step of a court Bouse and the honorable kentuckian who to with me cannot have logo Lien the pain and indignation which i to unable to cosmopolitan Art association. The attention of persons desiring to subscribe to any one of Tho magazines published in our you nary is directed to Tea plan proposed a the advertisement of this association pub Lichen in this paper. For la sum of 13, Tho regular Price of subscription they will not Only a Comeiro such magazines of they desire but a Chance of obtaining Eom Oiher valuable work of american ail. The a Socia Ion has the Confidence of the most distinguished scholars and citizen soothe country. Tristram Gilman of Saco a the agent. President Pierce. The new York evening Post commenting upon the result of the new York a Leuison says there it positive information of one important fact at lets namely that or. Pierce s administration Bas no party either in the City or re a toss a a Quot so z urn a Day evening wot nearing by ton Corners it. Importance to the inn Rostion Comet on part of the Road elevated about 30 feet state of new York. Quot the Plain truth of which excludes the Possi Hili a when a sudden Guin of wind caught the the matter is that the administration has to of a doubt a War with the uni de Sites in log a Public hich excludes the Possi Hili. ,. ,. Tho country is on the Ero of voicing a off be track leaving on a no f d h Ihone who hold of the engine Ami the Lender on the track? 1the wrecked train was turned Bottom up by us favor or seek office at Ita hands and it Wax with the greatest difficulty that1 a band of buy and Active men it a True the passengers were rescued. The train b0 wholly unable to Stem the torrent which consisted of a baggage car and three passenger cars. Tho scene that followed the Accident was truly shocking a but the Shock is mingled with amazement and incredulity almost that the wind was powerful opinion is brought to operate immediately a in her majesty s minister. An naive interchange of diplomatic notes has taken place this week Between the Earl of Clarendon and the american minister. The cause assigned by ministers for the spies Lauoe of our ships at Bermuda waa the report of a russian Privateer Heing a few fixed out in is setting with such violence a sins their in in v in tit a i o Anil men a a mtg Jov in Monma i a a Venn Oil. I. A a. In is still mine he i a Fortune that she a Lee prope. To at the, Ami mkt them to a prosperous condition Are tul imm five per cent Down to three per not in a a a a organization suffice my in it a Quot Uri lie Side by Ido Missouri the i oldest. Quot Iso entitled to Tho warmest thanks of the cent and by funding the arrears into a Pas Eiful to cosh i hese Tieni it a i tiebout bust Ura held and Moat Heah Hull. People. As the school Are now arranged a in to j come Active in process that which a he cannot to we Aie compel Andi Xet the Public land there cannot be not Only a Good English education he a i i f. .0. A. I Nimmi Tom Lump nit Tona of Timo it now i represent 1 thu a ill at led so far a Tho Lawless Coin on i sold or Given away while the land wifi cow 77 it Quot o v que Otto. A a Active three per cent u3u. X 1100 . Hmm. Nuhi. A and Quot gained by Pupil from .11 in society we j?ft2.00 Oihi deferred. X7.00�o. We Camino wait wit hot y ii Here la Wley a i from new Yea to Cluni Mas in in a. Hut even the poorest boy can re Celivo such a a a certificate. Tho whole of this�100,-Emi�&Ltic of in Urie Ltd on and plunder have i with Senley. A Keg their lands to be enter instruction a. Sli do fit him to enter College Sterling of Spanish indebtedness be their feet within her majesty Dorinin on the South Side of the dividing line r lnut0 Hirsell acquainted with the higher a be owners would gladly Exchange for the cleared farm sell m $3. Per acre on Hie a. Quot Kher Hamo amount in dollars say si00,000,000 an archbishop bidding for votes for Pierce Loos and encountered their the Lesis Lance which is Uio to overwhelm their wild and Ucich Side at $20 a Herald. Doper Atn a Chines we Jaimot Wail till we a Ore placed in the the inhale dilemma of cipher a sparing men to whom clemency in cruelly to the human race of which they Are the j enemies or of inflicting a just Puni Hingeni i which May to the Means of inflaming again a the a Sion of the american people and leading in a disastrous and Ira inc Ai War. We will if ii in pop sible pie vent the crime that Tohei Wise in would be our duly most severely to push and Ihil branches of study there is nothing that Iff 4 per cent. U. S sock and As this pays so Well in any Community As Stock though in British currency is largely Public schools. The Money appropriated held by dutch French and germans it Fol-r.,l. A i. A lows that Tho owners would become Mission for them a a Good investment i Chomg the r. I a a of oium 4nei of peace urging on their govern intents greatest and most desirable dividends a Rich to compel Spain to sell Wuhu. It was a sad Harrist of virtue intelligence and happiness sad when the United states bought archbishop Hughes the Popes vice be Lent to America Prev ent lately it the a Community can hardly do too much for l10 a rtt slices Iron Tho mexican territory of a Catholic Hedy Al i i St hem. Or too highly the Al tits of the a to a a a1 h1�?� ,uull?~le b.1 to pm Jin Quot of John alter the dinner Given on the Occa a the payment should no in mexican Stock a Sion and in response to a Toast the atct-1teachcr to whom they Are entrusted. Ltd they done so the capitalists would Bishop t John a As he signs his nime have been Only Loo anxious for the United we do in the name and in the Hope of made a get speech in which he lauded 0ue English difficulties brutes to Hare bought this lot of Cuba and Osce we cannot believe trial Ihone who president Pierce to the skies he said a a. Would have looked anxiously Forward to the Are now engaged in enrolling unhappy Teu Ikeie was no ground of reproach again to we publish in Ano her column one of Quot to when new Grenada including Panama for these desperate and criminal Enie Pri a him. Pierce Ecith Vonh be ,�cte8 from be London tune Mizeur ene Uel a Guatemala would really he Succes. Of a decent or acts Quot he Sec of Cenan measures of arut1&Quot he a ,0 ,d0,l j a Quot a it u purchased and absorbed into the Upa. Ireland for instance a probable or in i e u. 8. Which if passed nor no a Able one who my it an Union. Even to i ble. All hey can Hoite i that by con i es� a the had Confidence i the uneasy feeling in the commercial circles if we could Beli ovo the report of the. A Here As Well As in great Britain relative to quote Tho Quot Ini mfr or j?oj1. 1a. ,. Rid who would mention Tho sul i of Cuba the Init Remble fair sure to Aii end such president that he would Reluse to affix i _ wretched May be the Mea,., of Quot in of. Sep the Stele of affair Between that and our of n would be assassinated a hut the auction Mil fining the Public mind Guam so England Ai at Ion Between the a Mennen people and. In Usu of Onui me and lining a. The a a ions of the peo de the Catholic a migrant. A a f John Quot said government. It Misqui e apparent not widely items if he adds that the Money will to h mind mainly i Remetir War a or the the american would be Only rom ii Ariola but from Ihu Lone us no Only Spain from the inc Hun of a a Able. This Onsum Matioli it is the duly very sorry to a be us leave them a i i Tell the Washington correspondence of the n. But k to 0terj of the american government if a i can to you this we have not the least notion of y nanners that some difficult a he a a i t �6 i o l of r prevent.aod.� i cannot. Of the going. And i funner Tell you that if they per a hat some Havo occur pay off the whole Ofilio current liabilities of against which such Atiemo Are aimed a by Hae any wish for sepers Ion. Let them i Between the two governments which the Treasury. A All mean to Avert. If we can prevent there pack i r a Qiu i cult a. Tibet can. And cd May Lead to lengthened correspondence but a Quot to know of no reason Why the Democrat should complain that we mis rep resent its views in Rogard to the propagation of slavery. We have been speaking about territories belonging to the United states not o states. These territories Are now free they Are the common properly of i to Union and subject to such Laws As Congress May choose to pass for their government. To Auert that the citizens of these territories Havo the right to form state con site tons and determine that slavery shall exit it in the states so formed is practically placing upon an Equality with Freedom and squirm As Tho Democrat May Ito not get Over Tho argument. We understand perfectly Well the sophistry of the Democrat and the manner in which it tries to get Over the Point by its advocacy of squatter sovereignty. We hold that con Grocka has the right to prohibit slavery in the territories and further that the right hould be exercised and we Hare nothing but contempt for Tho person who advances the idea that any people May establish slavery. The Man who does thus believe and at the nine Lime asserts that he i a Democrat is not such a Democrat of was Thomas Jeffer the port of new York but the fact is de 10 be for Quot g,r#"k1e of need and it is Well known that this is a Mere fact however is substantiated by person pretext for the real cause refers to the Aff the testimony is not to be rape aches airs of the Mosquito territory. The on hereafter Tram should venture Lis ing business n re gave a moment s us a. I Ltd it on a Windy night being pie Par easiness Nev. R occasioned an angry worded 10 cai1 Anchor if acc Esstry. From the government at Washington never the conductor states that the whole train caused n single complaint against or. Cramp turned Over four times Tho coupling be 0 mop to question is the one tween be baggage car and tender being which imperils the Pence Between great. R. I Britain and Tho United states. It hns for broken they rolled a distauro of not less some time been a source of diplomatic Dis than seventy feel and were Day hed to quiet Between Tho two countries and now pm Ecel. The rein was pouring in Torrente tend to an open rupture. To quarrel about Ond a we a m a to that nothing could be it would be a Nonesa. From Tim Guinea there is no news of in in. The Road at that Point is placed on a port Noo except the return of the allies from High embankment in a Valley Between two Advance to their former positions i Moonta it. Or. h. Rathbone of expectation of an attack from the rus Rinna. _ it was nevertheless thought unlikely that Corners waa killed and seventeen any further operation will take place this persons were Mote or less seriously in season. Both armies Are preparing to go Jared. Into Winter quarters. J a a a a How a slave tried to escape and right and truth must ultimately pro could t. The Louisville courier tells Vail. Sle Jouino Roa Runa Sirina. Our pais put to press a Day earlier than usual in order to give our office help the Opportunity of enjoying thanksgiving. As we go to prese this wednesday afternoon there is a Lair Prospect of Sleigh ing for thanksgiving. It has been snowing nearly All Day quits moderately and us the storm Mem to a increasing the Prospect of Snow enough to Call out the Sleigh tomorrow is Good. It Liss been quite cold for several Days and Tbs ground is in an excellent state for Snow. T7�?o Tho new York journal of Commerce rejects a preposterous and wrong the claims of both Whitfield and Reeder to a sent in Congress As the representative of Kansas and recommend the tending of the whole matter Buck to the people with proper precautions Nunin to fraudulent voting a his would he punishing the settlers of Kansas for the misdeeds of the missourians arid a cowardly Way of settling a Plain question. Yet if there can be dough face enough found in Congress to Rote in through Thia Story with a relish we presume it will be done. The admit Ben a Onkin to one tray on and or Era i Dubli of our citizen mud his escape from jail it thu Minie of�tt.ng Oul of the bad l several weeks ago. He was capt Iod and ruins Lii Hrisi Wirht the Boston Atlas in closing an article upon Somo of the recent elections sat a i. Trin Moh like these will prove in the end Quot Etc i wee j. A -. Ii scrap a which their Ras City has brought triumphs like these Wilt prove in me Anua Tenjum returned to the City. Ilia act. Pm Rinoa a jul Mirum most disastrous to the administration. Se-1 of Ndu a nature. A search of Freedom up Republican. S a or a i Hal i c a r tech of?o.t c. �., it w Lile to it was Jno a on Ihu Point or Ana Noii to be partakes somewhat of Romance. Hea of a in a ,Lav no or Ihu ing into an unreserved and in resist the is that to cosset the River at the saw a a Arr s y Ier a an. from sailing or in except them r it a a of la Fighier and a my sense cheering in mid Ocean we still hate done much to Waidt a veiling the danger lha must arise should they be carried out to la Ltd natural . The course of action we have adopted is bold but for that very Rea in we believe it to be prudent and a afe. We Are fully aware of the advantage w hich a h x proceeding gives to Iho a a i Active Einis sane a discord who ate in be mainly employed in every stale of tha w hich continued a Everial minutes and the mid luf which he it armed i Seal these sentiments Aie pretty loud bids fur can hardly Lead to Moro serious consequences. The Clayton treaty has we believe owing to the different construction put upon the Catholic Vole for Pierce in Case of his re it. By the two governments Given Rise to Iii. Indeed the archbishop a a some diplomacy and writing Between Mission to St. John eos to have been uni. I. ,. ,. I the authorities of each. If the c Avion none than to improve the to a a Stayton Mke a slump a a Wech in Advance for realy to no treaty at All it having pm Ltd been practically repudiated by both govern Range note. We wish to reach California us . A. U. A. A. He a Quot Taejip Al l 0us w Afi a Quot do thou counting room Lor the agent Aud it is Al they will declaim they will did Hunker a general la. I d it is All right but my Quot a decl to Petty Vei Tiona and As it i0 Fajr for us to say that we Are convinced a it a More convenient just now for our peo Lipori enquiry wild a a a vet to gation that no in pie to Cross the isthmus or through Cen ,.nce , 0 the willingness of the i , who la a i a train we can drip a agent or any Oiher Poison in the counting of one thing w. Are sors a the meals thin Are. They were and we Rit be will bt�4% Tlush an to i heir. A Union in Slit Igop the feeling of the pop i Ai Chrishop s a a mingling politics and Ali Ari know Why Kugland should complain Bla iou against the country. That which s gum a Clergyman even the a Clibur or Inlet Fere with our Central America a a Mere measure of self defence against a a put the Ca Hulic Hierarchy in the Muld Lawley a Loice they will Repie but a an in Stales May make Zitoli tical sgt Neche in suit offered to the lawful govern Mienl of the 1 Tavor of piece and Atchison Iiyn�Ty and Coli Iii tort they will exaggerate but we must j it a clergy Man should dare breathe a wont not omit to pre Ciare Agalua real m favor of Irr Edom cml Temperance the Ciure Nur prep Iii is May be hones in i i whole Kennel of the a Imi will understood or designedly ini�represented? hark them elves hire against Lizern lot England has every with Aud every Inie Resi a a a meddling with poll ies Quot the a Fellows to remain at it each with America. The will beg the privilege of kissing a a f Johns Quot immense Ingle which we carry on with her. Great me be lore the next president Ial elec a he Community of language and of blood it Ion Lake place a if they go on it this Rale the a a ii not any ground of dispute of us subservience to slavery and Tho Calbo subject of rivalry All plead forcibly in the Lies?Bangor . Same direction How strange that under i. A ,. _ Snow Ciocu Stence we should be driven to a on merely because in is the will of a por a Paia Uon or a woman. The Indiana Tiou of the Sovereign people to make War Oil journal gives the following account of upon a. Unsupported and unapproved but a lady residing in Paris Tennessee. Hei Al of neither prevented nor aria a Tel by the example is worthy of imitation not of much government we Plemie above All things As regard the extraordinary fecundity she a continuance of peace but if it he the de a herself exhibited a the Generi us con termination of any Large portion of the peo duct he Hama vested toward Hose not of up of the United so aies to Force War upon her own . We Are sorry thai we can a we shall know How to meet and Remiel a i not give her name in Roll. Them it a Tran in i Hou isl axing for an iut tank our Grcie on question in a i. Do now eighty seven the Throat of the reeling and tottering giant year old. She had Twenty three living of the North. Mistake corrected. Last week in a Brief a tide headed Quot Cotton waste obtained Quot we stated that we had been denied a Small Quantity of ton waste by the agent of Pepperell company. The Wate to. Wanted to clean our pres. Natice to Tho agent requires us to buy that to far As Tho statement related to him it was incorrect. The fact occurred us we them but the Young lad our apprentice upon whose authority the fact were Given mistook another person in the i h the authorities of Central America i one that we Ough to be it Liberty to make provided it affects no real Righta of foreign Power. We Are not aware that there is any disposition on the part of great Britain to prevent this but to May the least the augmentation of her Fly it in the West indie room to do a a neighbourly kindness would be Correct. The refusal was the result of a misapprehension or inadvertence which is perhaps As much regretted by those who gave it of it was a matter of Surprise and irritation to us when the facts came to our knowledge. We Are glad to know and feel at this Lime look a Little like menacing a t he Par, bitterness and the re Mem Hia said by some that exists a secret fance of<1 life he a nol puce it Gas we supposed it had out of the Way offer so Ray a. R. Try we a to a Sta. Thu fag end of a Grunt party. The present first tuesday in november will be memorable for a very remarkable Omi Ion in the programme of the Day it is the first time in Twenty years that our annual elections have come Lound without. _ their being exhibited in skiing Capitel on a Ench. Diet it by have All done Well one All the dead Walls Brick piles and old Feu of or orphan Piot Egei a been in con a children and prayed to the Good lord to give her one More to make the round and goodly number of two dozen. Betide these a he Boa raised Fnu Iteen orphan children? she to educated thirty children her own t and a portion of the Oil Hans and for Many a earn sent Nineteen children to school in Paris and their dinners with them. She a a that none of Tho a she has res de and educated have Ever disgraced her or themselves. The Girth have All married Well and Oei ving fro a political opponents those Little acts of kindness which recognize a common humanity and a Universal brotherhood and without which the life of an editor liable As he in to be misrepresented and his motive questioned would be hard indeed. Under the circumstances the correction is no less a duty to others than it is a pleasure for us to make. Of the City and at the head of the a a re. Turia columns of a Good Many papers these Inspirit ing words whig to the i a a rut but there Ere none now in or Echo them not even our Venezia the Colem opiary the commercial advertiser which Cannor bring itself believe that the Green whig pail has Given up the ghost has the courage to Call on the whig to come to the Rescue. -� Gres several Olheis in the s ate Legisla Ture there Are sundry colonels. Ate., among them and All ate respectable? Philadelphia son. Rescue print them punch writes lightly on grave subject. The following is rate of his latest a certainty As sife As the Bank. A Hank. That faithful 1 not a Trew Nutly in two. And sent on a div rent it of the party which it has Stool by diff rent is through the Post to ensure it so Long has served with Ruch singleness of a a delivery. And so it is with Sevastopol purpose and will persist in believing is we have already received one half and i still alive remind us of Caleb Balders one i Peel to e tem Tiance id the other half by the pressing to Bis heart tit Feather irom his arrival of the next despatches. In Paitie treaty Between England France and Spain guaranteeing to Spain Tole last the Possession of Cuba. England and France want a Spanish legion in the Crimea. 1 Spain wants to keep cubs hence it i inferred that the Fleet in the Gulf of Mexico is a set off to the army in the East. In re Gaid to the american Filli mustering which no much excited the a to of the times it i difficult to Tell from the times article what i particular portion old her majesty s do-1 minions it supposes is in the most danger. Marcus Staples land Sal. Tho land it is hinted that a a Swate Ireland Quot is the ob-1 advertised for Sale by or. Staples at Doc Jet aimed at by the filibuster so they Are a a 1 a a a a tuesday Tho 27lh inst., ought to Irish Tho time talk of command a Good Pitco. A portion of Tho intercepting them in a a mid Ocean Quot if they and i excellent tillage and it will be sold Are nol prevented from railing by learning a a a Tina Lota to that any person who with the fact that great Britain Haa a Fleet upon is to engage in the business of rating Gar the look out for them. A to the idea of invading Ireland it John Bull i. Troubled about this he May diam a 0f a near Market and Good oppor Tantie of the notion at once. All Thia spluttering of Obia ining dressing combined can be Aborom the time i lost. I a Ploub Teddy there Are my Aid. A Small lot of land situated a Den vegetable for the Market in a place where there Are to be found the advantage Good Many Irish a a patriots in the country who would not Caie a a a civil a bit if there to a Tow kicked up some How and some of them May be trying it air hand in gelling this in Trust be equal in value to e farm in the country of the common Aize. We that the Sale will particular As to Commerce or the United states. The seere iary of the treasurer has completed the statistics of Commerce and navigation for the it a Cal year ending june 30th, 1855, and we find a summary of it in the journal of Commerce which remark that a a a careful study of it will afford the Best possible Relief for Tho foolish panic which has prevailed in some parts of our country during the last few the import at All the port of the United state including of course California and Oregon for the fiscal year netling june 30 a 1855. Wero $261382 960, against $3i 5,-780,253, for the pie ceiling year Howing n decline of $44 397.293. The total Export from the United stale to foreign pita for the i Cal year ending june 30 a 1845, wore $275 156 845. Again. $278.141 094. For the preceding n decline of Only s3 084, 218 ii will he seen from this that while Lor the year 1854 the Imp Oita sex Deded the Export 827,539,189�?for the Laal Vear the Export exceeded the imports $13,-773 886. The table How an increase during the last year of $10,102.864 in he in in a a of free goods nut a lading Oil of $51.253.807 in dutiable merchandise and $3,246,350 in specie. The course of the import Trade for the lost Throe Yeara is worthy of Especial notice. The year ending june 30ih, 1853, shows in increase Over Tho previous year of $55 033 305 and the year 1854 showed an increase Over 1853 of $37,801.606 making a gain of s92.834.9i1 in two year. For the it year the decline a. Already stated is $44.397,263, which briny the import below the total for the year 1853-4. W Hile the import for the last have fallen below even the Totel for 1852-3, the Export be nearly forty five million greater than for that year. Of the Totel exports of specie for the last year $53 957. 418. Were of Dorse tic production and $22,89.925 of foreign. The shipments of Domestic produce exclusive of specie were $22.409,369 less than for the preceding year while there is a increase of $14,824,920 in the Export of a Pecie. The imports of Wool above noted con a cited of 189,534,415 lbs. Age incl 20.200,110 in. Last year and 21,585.097 in 1853 a the greatest falling off a. Been in peace goods chiefly in clothes. Under the heading of Woolen shawls for the last year Are a a eluded several description of silk and a rated mixtures which Laa year went into tie Unen it merited total. The falling off in the imports of Cottons is Rry great and extends to All descriptions of goods. The difficulty of separating printed Cottons from other Niece goods to induced a change in tha official statement whereby All piece Good Are included in one total? velvets of mixed material Are now classed with those All Cotton. The decline in the import of milk. Is been far Lea than in Cotton but a trifle greater than in Nolena. Iron them non. At n subsequent period i e ,0 k in of a a wok hot Kurober Howa. Again seen and had to undergo an hmm h 1 cooler a d �ce.ta.ne�l by a Tolen l. I.____i i being mounted on a i. I hid Izui Kimii my no Imu went nut and entered n comp. Would distance them. Accordingly they much of woman for a of we journal. Other Chase horse i. Pursuer soon into scheme Mexico into an out Viilo pressure upon the Federal courts requiring in Iho ovo ruling of established precedent. The Deoin Craigo Patty will Only hasten Tho final Union of freemen Lor the Sake of the Union. We bid our Friend be of Good cheer. The Nohemie. Of the slavery propagandist re essentially unjust and must in the end be Defeated. The policy of the democratic parly in Low and , and it must fall. The Extension of slavery is incompatible with the existence of the government and it must cea�e? child Sti Pratrie and unmeaning Nobuso will not always decide our elections. It will not always be possible for the commercial and conservative class Eylo play at a a lilies sch a my to our St. As he imagined. A to gratify personal fueling at the expense of the state to be driven i re and there. A a. ,. Now by this bugbear and now by that. Improbability or War. Nntwithatand-1 Shower upon i. a a 0 in the remnants what he had purchased and town hat he Wen no Raj eni Erwn r comp air. So a Cordingly they a red killing the horse. Undaunted he kept ahead oms dogs were it upon him but a a Borron a. An attractive is filed All Pursuit unto weaned Down Power the a a . When being again taken lie escaped a second Al go a Liu Tonon we frequently cad there if time and for a Long while Vul ipod a a a on a for the fun of it and we always find Llo Jutera until finally most Raunchy hunger we a oink re. 7, a a and exposure he a. Finally Uken. f a f cd we m0 Al a Lioni Patrick from it . A. Sent to bring a Ever Flat it and whom . Are never him Home. In exp Resad the great eat Joya a i w Quot Simauo. At seeing an old Friend no we. Particularly Jug a a on a h j h pain. Curious again the i Lantien who were not Ciple. And bound logo ahead. Be sure Aud see him when you the City and participate in some of the bargain which he one pee the bolder the usurpation of the South the Ibe premature and ill advised outcry Only. Clearer and stronger will be thought at the Bat Haa Betti raised about a probable rup North. We have tolerated those blows Ture Between great Britain and the United who is col. Walker first an editor which Havo already been struck but there states of America we cannot bring Len a a a fms Dent of the a a re Are other in Rei Orvo which will sting us a efe Bat 8uch a in race Efu Quot no a r1�?~ Public of user California a a then a beaten into conscion.ne.-. The Republic must be Ric idul event is even remotely poesible? a a a no my so non a True to its antecedents and its id a. The the people of thu country would look upon a a Der Flag he lore i. , next a country will be too Wise to submit to Politi Huch Quot War a la horror a mile it Vul a filibuster in Nicaragua and again a and financial ruin for the Sale of a sin Quot a lately forced Ujj on them by insult Una Lon pm red cd a of whose career was believed to be Gle bad system. We shall yet have u re a Quot a of exp aimed. Or by a Witiw he i. A conqueror and publican at Washington. A a a nor in nor or on 1 tiie american Partt in new Hami shirk. The american of new Hampshire assembled in convention at Nashua on tuesday the 6th inst. A new Board of officer was elec eds sex governor Colby succeeding to the office of president of the state Council in place of or. Dame. The Manchester american say. That about one Hundred Delegate were in attendance that the meeting was harmonious and that the oath and ban. Of secrecy wore removed? Tho following Resolution were also adopt Vej resolved that Freedom being National and slavery sectional while the latter is left in the exorcise of nil it strictly constitutional right in to Stele where it now exist. It. Funner Extension and longer connection with the general government should he Buncom promis a Day Opi posed and rns Tod. A Ini a a a a Imp. Fur the execution of it. Existing privileges he made to conform to the dictates of Justice and humanity. Resolved that in the judgement of Thia slate Council All ceremonies of inflation into the american party and All obligation except such regulations a. The Council or Cine. In their respective town Hall think proper to adopt Lor their own government be discontinued and removed. Resolved. That Thia state Council fully and unequivocally re affirm the sentiment and adhere to the great fundamental Doc Trine that american should Rule America up one but that their Effort will Avail an Walt it no to will Lake place &o., see the Adver thing in All a mistake. We suppose that j Lieo ment in this paper. From the close of the fiscal year the Combe Well attended. To reparative increase in the Export a been the time of the Day a till greater the Totel for the Quarter ending so pm 30 a Heing $68.902,414, attain $62,-397,963 Importe Tor the my period. From Maryland election. The Baltimore american of monday give a table of the member elect to the Maryland legislature and Cio Miniea them. From this we learn that the Senate i composed of nine american seven democrats and six whigs and the Limite of fifty eight american and sixteen a Union Quot men or member elected by a onion Between the whig and Democrat. This legislature will have a senator to elect in the room of or. Pratt whose term expire March 4, 1857. It would seem from the above that no party has a majority in the Senate but it is stated that three of the democratic senators who hold Over Haring been elected last year Are now acting with the american party. Or. Pratt having opposed the american party Aland no oort of a Chance for an election and it is said that Hon. J tin p Kennedy will be brought Forward by the americana to fill i. Place. They could not name a belter Man. On our Honor or our pose a Loiis on the Pait of the United state. Such insult a assault the United states Havo nol offered nor is it Likely they will. It would be doing out brother an act of gratuitous injury to imagine them capable of it. Whence then be hubbub of the last few weeks the statesmen of ii country committed a mistake. They sanctioned the raising of an american legion on american soil to Light our Bali Tea again the Czar. In carrying out ii Worthlene and unnecessary Monure our representative in the United states infringed the municipal Law of the Union. The american govern ment demanded satisfaction. For this it is nut to be blamed either on a Point of Law of National policy of morality or of strict Justice. Public opinion in the a a old country exonerate tie government of the u. S. From All blame in the remonstrance which in strict discharge of it do to. It has thought proper to make hut it a oui not have exonerated the English government if it Hart refused explanation and redress. To ii Honor our government yielded the Point immediately it a i noon a it i nay More it yielded with dignity and Good feeling neither denying nor attempting to palliate the enor. The government of the United state might have made a Casus Belli out of a refusal and would in nil Prosuh Lity have been supported in so doing by the bulk of the american people. But no such care remain and both nations und As they did before with ii simple difference that having presumed Loo much upon a kindly sympathy which did nol Evist and taken a Liberty with a brother which he did not approve of the eng Ludi Riata a Haa Learned i a somewhat disagreeable manner that consanguinity Doea not necessarily imply Friend ship?London illustrated news nov 3. X7 we done to know whether or. Shills Ber wrote his sign of fall Quot fur ii year or not but the following verse Haa a touching and we May Sav thrilling interest to the housekeeper of 1&55 the biting sir the Shin King flesh Appal by a Harp Iii in and every Biag pro hts the approach of fall except pro Moa. Or. Wise and tub presidency. Or. Wise has written a to a Friend in Virginia in the nurse of which be Saye Quot the Idee of the presidency has not been allowed to enter my head. That Iron Hoe not a jerked my heart. I know it impairs a Public Many a usefulness to make Auch an imputation upon his a a pirate Iowa. Did the Sentinel so intend f it let Mike very much like a if in fear were father to Ite thoughts i can aay on that Obj of that i mean to keep the even Tenor of my Wev without fear favor or affy Tion. If the democracy would be guided by me i can find one Hundred men whom i prefer for the presidency to myself. I in Hud two it least in Vir p Lda. One you know of very Well. But the democracy cannot again Unte upon a Witt in men than am and they will unite upon me i can Only aay that i will a la Mode Jackson fervently and effectually role Black republicanism / till Rule them but Tho idea of ruling or not ruling theas shall not turn me a hairs breadth irom my own conviction of to what my duty of n Patriot requires. I will write speak act a a i think right and leave the Otow Equinees to god and a a the of Outry Quot of the the wer minister of the new democratic government of Nicaragua. A few months ago Walker was denounced As a pirate by nearly every journal in the Union now he will be lauded As a hero a Brave and skilful Leader. Danish sound dues the Washington Union has an editorial article. On this subject in which it makes of the following important language Quot we h ave noticed some Trace of approx Henrion the pending controversy Between the United state and Denmark May net pre judicially upon our relation with great Britain. Thia we know to be a mi.-. There is no difference of opinion Between the two governments of the we learn from the Bangor journal that a Large Quantity of lumber Between two and Thiea Mill Ion of foot Bas recently been Porc Hayeri in that City by a gentlemen from Galveston for which the Cash waa paid. It will make about Twenty cargoes. Three cargoes cleared on saturday. United states senator from Mio Sochi. St Louis nov. 16. In the Missouri legislature on saturday last a Resolution to go into the election of United Sites senator on the lost monday of the present month was read twice and after an elaborate discussion was finally passed. It h a said that letters have been received in thie City from in Ndon of recent Date in which Ilie stated from a source entitled to full Confidence that lord Clarendon Boa Moured or. Buchanan that the articles in the time and Post Sra not in accordance with the View and feelings of the government which were most friendly?Boston Allas. An Epim Opal Clergyman eloped lost week from the new York hotel with the very Young daughter of a retired merchant of that City and married her. Ile in the Eon of a Quaker publisher of that City. A it appears that the new judge appointed by gov. Morrill have already shown that the sri stores which a Lew papers indulged in on their appointment Weruo Josty Republican journal. Q7&Quot 01 a it eight newly elected jul gee of the supreme court of new York there Are three know nothings hire republicans and two Democrat. 9a major Hammond lot collector at Sao Francisco i reported to be a defaulter to a Large amount. Or. Maynard Bod but capt. Folsom Are me ear tie

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