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Cincinnati Daily Nonpareil (Newspaper) - November 6, 1851, Cincinnati, OhioCINCINNA n DAILY N ONPAREILPalHAtá by ta AoacltUsa of Priaion,    orth-wtit    coraor of Htla tai nftH tta.» ttaolaaati, Oliio, tt Toa OoaU a Wook, or Flfo Man a Toar. ABSOOIATIOH «OAiNtT noN«r«i.v^rHa raariTt ar ■ twmm aaMna t« raa i^aavaa».rOL. V.-NO. 203.-WHOLE NO. 1302. THURSDAY MORNING. NOY. 6. 1851 WIfCENTS A WEEK' BVSOnM 0ABS8. aaiTHiNOTaw A a^Y, *« ÍmÑ r'kitin*    acktk    tL, '«M ir«r WMlir lUi, 0*cUuti.Okio. -    A*»    •H0KI.-T%*    í-i» a Ik un re*B*clfutlT    wH    i»á    ■ ■1 cx.BiMaptclawoaorariMMMiiMUtn-.^ abLwh'ck I tTMt oiU M( Uil u> five etiitrc UvftdlMi U •mj w«r*6:. Ta I»*» t.rittjr el nckUMl mMÍlph • cBlAkíM on Um««. i-ie«to «vJerealMtlhtnwi■•!*<«. Rofooco. ickvthi. *«4 laMÍiln hoou wH    •“'‘f)? I NWMM004 14.0.1 »»vliia%B'lH* |M lojr. »dJ urmv    , iu-« So. n KiJtt. W. tiW.M.HI »»mI w»>nilt. J. uftUHHlAK, VI»inif»0T0«iui OF Ttim*-. V*u«»« A C*,«WT Hao*. ,Walnut «re t. wea *»4«, ke ««•« lfr«Hirili •■<! Ttfth* CiocloutU.Oblo. JT»! lank* Ripotrad at ibeaitorteat Mticf. lllO.tMl    _ ■1 J. 0. * «4. 14IIMTIKW, paruiusablk lorr an «»>« MaaoFi^aiBt. „ ikmon atraot vvaot tUo, »4 4«or abova Plltb' ^■^¡laap eowSa^» oo ba*4 a larfo aalocUiw ol a I aVinFF anlciM^___ «„ífct8y“?ííi'íic,. Main atrtrt. waotiUa, bMwaw Oaoa! Ptocionati. O.    ******* rARTlM*ipilXM» CIT¥ TBoKR IMl" UU. Tnako,Cw»iot Bail I iaaanr Aancriptla». wb( tUKBR lUM and Vallaaaol lolaatlaand Ka ir’aa 8aaaáT**a»llBf ^^aleSarT«a^®f wi®ty« TrtaSuBad* JhJILf M MTinM R<m^OOM. tMf*. Waatan Rovr.M batow 8ixtb straat vraataida. Boolra,ittilOMrr, UBTAVKATS, BOTKLS, ks C(u„WATSU5?I8!-»-.-.® L B. W.BrMAOeM. Faormima. JBa R fdbaciibar «oaM nuat raayaaUally iilinti bia friauOa and the 0ibUc in pneral Wat ba baa U ken tke ab«a booaa. and refitted and fbralabad li ii a atria aaeond tu nonatr. tka want. Iba tocaOon laoMof thabOatin the eiir.baín»Nuo Tnlrd atraat btwtanlfci and Marnut. and oilliuioaabaiidraii yarda of tba Mailboat and Madia.!* pacaet (and Int.    IrM-n AR00H KATIAU RVO.tlB-So reaatL - PiMrth atiaat.—Tba pubttc ara re» laant nriii u| tiullr infiirntadibat Wlaaaiabilah >n Saturday. April >U. ~ Hraakfutnvaidi A. M. till W A. U.: Dinner ffroai JP.M.j Supper from • P. M. UUA U. L. PRiNDI.B. MABW KAULAAU HUTU., Cm nw Brondwny and Mi^ '.■fÜ ibticuat vsi^r BPS Tba ProMTMtor of thla aaubliarocut raapectfiiily Informa bia frianda and tbe pcbti---- be itaataJian We above Hotel, wbara every aecam uuKlatlon aad attention will oapald to viaitara and boardera upon tba moat rcaaonabta terma. Tba ubie will alwnya be fnrniabed wiW tba bent Wn nwrknte afiord; the Bar wiW Wn cholcnnt winnn, apiriu and nu it______.Ab.^     a__A.,__  _1»W    lam<«m> uiaH iiiuora; Wn tlcaplng roomn wlWclann bada and atiaaiiva aarvaau, wiUalwayaba atcommao I •w    PP«    wm^anm* w a»n ma wm/ m mm •• ,rw.—- -■ A Laach ftom IV o'clock tUI IS ovary dap aid ui|^t,aa#aMaIaaaap1>ahad at any hour upon Uo Knrofiean plan, in private rooma, if raqnired ~    dapwcu. ObaiiOMr< decin-tr ooma, if raqnired. W. MrrCHKLSON, •Prwwlator. ClilfTRAL H0TRI.,    AMh ■nr C»ni»r Blnih aad Um ninnMa, BiH cincimiAFi, o.    JHm. B. PARLOW. Proprlator. Ptnnan, MerchanU, Diovnm aad Bnntnana Mti caaeraily, «m find It to Wotr latoraotta oaU. ríce pnr day, 7SeonU. CarriaftHoaaaaaadKOOdBtabHnff. Manat kapl wank. by tkadqy febd.d1y. B. P. MVB4»U>, BAT MAtB , Jtraet, near PlRh, Ciaalr.uatt, Q. tea-k portar of Tnola aad Hai^araj Mom l^of Planas and Onñ> B»^. Tr^ aojmia*and Carpani^^T^nl aU hi^ AFaidaca aneentad nrlW diapatch.    no«4 raidsraanccutad \trao»iujpir W Oaakssuan ____4k HOPMJMBy Arrotnart Oaakanuana ann fiouciTOns: OOca Hut *^' "fSWSfSoSSSfT' ¡wM-    WJL    HJIOPIUKS. ____________ ankkte^lwalnf laáóad Wa Honaa UUlT lallt, aad kimiakad Utbrou|bo«t vaiW new fUrnl tarn, ie prepared to accommodato Parmara, Da» van aad aikan wkn nny Hva kiw <call, la tba bam manner. Hiotobia witl to npplM vritk tke bs^ tka market aBorda. Ha kM aonnactod wtW kia konoaafiafl WImmi Yard aad Sukis. faklfir    J.    BOTTKRMILLBR. H. L.TATBM, 0. P. COKWKUu B. WOUBIUiPr, AUCTIOWHItR. Swtk J.blHeMWiTPlftk tod Walnut atnma.Cin dinnatf, Okto, vronld Infonntka paWkitkmka dou aKclaHvoty aComaateatoa Baaiunaa, and In mail IhMM pnMNd to nuka Ukaral caak advuCM on Mnrchaadtnoaonaigaad forUa aaten. nanll to nan kla baatendtav' •reaxtaadnd toklm, raai Tre':ííSiS:£:.'Siüi-¡: ca¿a¿ia,^ laawyetierallv. ard tka ^ Ufte in particnlar r V AH PiXTHMWi AMD CfAMMBU»- auaat, four doorn rnat of Mala. W» itoolAi» ypacUully caU tka atlaaUon af tka puWic to^i atockaf CkandaaanandatkerOu Pixwna. Onr euuvaataadM ara naamrpaaaad tor tke fit^ up kouaasfertAsnaeorGu. One of tka fiim batog a practical mackaale, tkeaa wka    tnilr work may rast waorad ikat tt wlU ko doaa la a wparior mannar, aacond to noan. Aad ano .set comndaratiM «.WatanrTlriaea ^ aiwayt Icwar thaaaayucko w«aeibtkacitf> Wtvitkaoctaor racommaadatlra Wan Wa numarons knildUm wa have fltud up daring aver tkiaa yaora antuca. Partiealar aáaadaa paid to latrodno^to into Ifít I,    1T4P11IUI    M.HO». MOUT AMM BliUM BTOMM.- Tka wndoiHgaad Ui now prepared tOi - aumUaakkrbi to order on reaaonakie tenus, ia>C bud faotlaHjsna Boou aad SiMoa; and kopaa, aiiduUyMto HtonUoa. and also tka uparior lliatity ufkla a»atefuia,lo inarit aai^ of P«Y®bh« rmu bU aid fnooda and ike public in gawal wklck ba uiorad yaoit ago. Uia litera i« on Pilth airaat, aatwwu Flu JüWtBurtTüom. MorW sida, dl ncilyoppaaliaUf.Rtea’aCinifeb. N, B.-.Pannoa Coaioa ;a mw Invai^} oi UeiAar CM* BooW and Shomfor laadai fwt. Aide to ordar, bajof the aaly raaaufacturar of thia aruclo . tba ifaltad Mnian. CaU «A    rABTitk aulA-tf__jAMHBCARTyf _    4 ». MAITNn..    “<d3L CI»rti*ink»fn»4Jowoll»»,Ma.O^ Ej\m ourw awaamkraeaounaaetof^» iE. Walnnt. Particular atteuii n gtv-SgiS ______.1 — ^ .^11 aaIki.Im Aad    á.lAAA.uáaa au Ui um ropaiiiag of all ali'.da of WatcbFa,oiuci*a andJawolry. AU ---   -J    work    *««■»•«*    I**» aatiafactjon, or no ckaiga ortll bamado.    act I H. T. TUHHHVRib, Baua caa Bbll Poitenna, Front at., k» twaan VUw ani Walnnt, nantk kutdn. Cinouwati.    '    ____ II. AM and silvdi Mated Pnncata ofavonr aiaa andpotteiuaoHbaii^ Ateo Puqja^ CocU and Oenarator work, made and rapau^ Joiau. - -    ■    SaU Wall Jouw. Oil ‘A and CoMiliuga afaU stew. SaU Wall --- Gtobaa.Cyttadoraad Gauge Cocn#,IlteiiUary work MBaralip. Plaaiaton pusk, Coppa' B*v^« War, aad Calinga la Brad, Jo»ar, *tec, Lead. lie. Caakpatd for Bugn and Cappar. }anU BIM’ni BTMMOT WBfoMUNl CAMM BiBBliF ,inr j. KBBtV, ik» pr®pneM tMARHtoR«-"w. J. naiUia. w . ortMaeUWbliakmeat,t«lmdteaopei torauiru kla awwai» thanks to Ua frianda tad tke ortunlty Bkf IWWagH mam ^wmawmw mmm mu —W ---   '■77-—   r pabhc gaaacattf.lM foé patnwaM ao UbaraUy b» «owadhanwfora, and napanuntty ________   jaaMcHa»e«a daaancsuf thasaiak. TaaByUa a»4 Blacnit, wink avary evaalug at da'cloci. Bnad. Cakw, Crachara aad Flaa nlw^n « jaad,aadntpriowan ;owa aay athor aateldiak Baatisthacjty. .^aUlag dniua for * dÉadtntka kkata^lfo aA yrltk anpartor nrprkik nnHip    ' ST. WIUJOZ, WnbuaAUi AnaBnvui. Pun •av GaDcnk, Roitoaaat Coraar of PtfW.mieai to 1 dnadway.'añ'elaatú,    it    ta    my    lawk maWltahmaHU i« tka ■astern eilMa, and ateo, h wfrtaakU ma toAaonamnfoatl) nakaauUUkrtietasidrfomilyana. IHrnU «taoMkdirtth d^ik. fasdafltom « innnu awoaanawna taw to aay point ML tka Cfiy fiaa eg abwie, nad Ik an aafi dalivaiy. TnPFawiiiaaMktkC pnrttaa. waatd dowgllUi glwmaacaU    )*kl QAB C«AM»BUM«l^~W» Uvlva lU att^ ‘ tioa of aH wfc»lntand to lairoduca gu iato Ikalr dwathau dajtag ta»c«iteg waaoo.ta ow aawauckoff»aniallem r kaaaty 1----- fcavabaak ail • and atfcar fixwras, whick latek cannot to snrpanaad A—    vatWgtost cnre from the maaalactory af Meawa. Cornatfus A Ca: ill Mgln atraat«akova Caart. mwl MMTAMMIIBBIIoTk» andar ' tomwofoa aidon tor xirmmmn bmtuiimi W al«aod ta aaw paapand ..    ... ■upenorqoaliiteaof aal- aaallng 4^^ Bavalppaa, wUh aay reqUred Inau ¡foaiaM Card baMtttally tmko(Wad npoa ikem. akam with w wlM «01^ Bualnana Man need m longer dsfsnd jpon the Bualnana Man need m longer dsfsnd n^ Wq MaaiforthaateaMttonsi tbstrJIavaiapa tiey can now ka dona at fcamo, not only at tM abnnpitea,batiaaaapoatormnaaad. _ ekn»pilee,emi-—BAIX, pit. Gmvrnl Biervar.R B rorath A Walegt. lamumbaum ahmbjiallMm* PI I «.-.«Ad tba waaM I tdalagd^i ^ neaa for aawHjirMta, wa bawafaPeaaneid ekanaaad ai^ aawfoit .«p., »nn»aa.a«da*fart todanatao«kwB»ato nagBt Bnccayaonto SmUk A Wüton.TWéWalaa ■ pf||lMA.«MaB ABM «CUMWASIB..* NnewTOiiilSvS^S^U^ SJ.'ÜSiÍ?W«53í5?ír2Siift! UM"*;'«isSJA*^ mf .. grfoornba owTriad OaaapaayBaaib naSt-ly BCTTKBmLLUl'B BOTBL. Hortb bide of Courtb siraat, wut of lloasa, OiBctanaU,0. AtCBBN * TAADt IMIL,~ lyATfCMT raOBttMMB LAMF8 AMBOAB. I -Thaad >Th»aabsaiibars,auaaftctiuen of tka above Umpa and 1^. have on bead, at tkvlr branch is Ihii city, a toll atock of all tbetr dlBatoot atytaa ol oodnto whick Way ara from tlma totiato adding iaw pattarns, and iavtto tka attanttoa of Wom wko daairv a good tlgkt, frio ftamllM ofoaaUoaa attending Wa uaa of oil or caadlw, and mon ocp nomicdl than attkar. ‘Bia ttgfct U brUllant aad aon,aad barns in tafo In tka form af vapor ga wUkoot amok# or odor, and tka Inmpa laquirt lo ctaaategor dally trimmMg. The lampa are In every form, aaitabto for dwellings, cbarchaa, aad othar pabttc bnildings, steam TfTa Alao. forute, Fpirtt Ou or Bamiag ftalda,nad Uta lampa, wkataaata and ratalL CHAS. STARR A CO., mbiS Malodaon. Walnut to., cor. 4tk. Clnclnnetl iMBTIBMdb MACB taka Wls mathod to la ibMc that Way have cqnaactad wiW iM and bnalaoM, tke Bura adjoin I atraat, for nfNBTIBMd iJsfftCSw  ------- lag. (to. tSS want Flflk atraat, for Wa purpoM 01 Maanfacto^ MaUraaau, Sofu, Ac., vriMra aU or- itara will ba promptly attondad to lanW    fOtHTWK ; MACK Balia* bby-luuit dagcbbbbam BAOM.Ito. W WoatPtOhatroal. Ptatoraatakon tatkta rtom far OBB DOLLAR. eqaaltoaayiBtkaclty. pldtofna nadHy set in I ockato. Bieaot-pliis, Pin Sriim Ac., In Wa b« tatvle amt warranted to vtsatisfacUon. Pamily groapn tatoa of Hi Hua, ragardlauof weather, fa»^ ly j J. P. BAld- \irBAT KBXTt-Prom ft to uvanty live cu. W aocordingtoitea "for I w nevar-iadiag pa gnarreatypwiu good casM. to « had toy day, toil orcloadr,* at Pna». Mm.ma«> Walnut strem’Gal-lery.aoaW aaat corner of Pt tkud Walnnt tU., entraowan Walnot—which p cturav for traWtol nam and beauty of Maiab can n o wbara ba sxwllad dall an.l sea for vnaraaltea: w&viftf oKtJiffi ¿ríísríoTAi?!; ARD SRUPP, Garardto BuiMlnga, north aUa ai Court atraat, a fow doom west of Main.CinciiiaaU, d, ktopa eonuntly on b and a larga aad wall a» vtod tvaonemant. which wiU IwolH at low ptira. WOBLBBAMI fo mtTAIL CMtCRBTmiB, Ato. IS Baer ABk «testa, appwitaltaMHaan Manan rr7»A tiMd brew alack warantad. at tS. Avar IBA diAmnt btoda aad atytaa o« hand mv«l    T.    SMITH. OLOTHINO, TAneORIVO, fce. BAT*B CUtTBtHtt .. r»ll Btyloa.^. W. lORSB A t'O.. wuuW modi _ JY*B Vnll B MORSBA. ------ raapactfnlly tuFiW Wa eiU near af Ctoainnati aad vi cinliy to call at tbeir atom, Xa.8» Paurih auaat, third door aaat oT Yloe, aad as amina tiwir extensiva Stock of furHithlM 0<tada. idCI tka Yootba'andCUdren'a clock iHg ku boFb made ap u Uw Uiast atytaa and of wa bast matrriat,aiid maoubctarad In the beat bonan la k'aw Tori. aaJ Hotaon. baing au narior to uytaiag of iba kiml ever maulacturcd la tba West. Our «tuck roa-tiata of titea «aUable for bwa from 4 to U yaar of aaa. awvb wtWikem. %* Jdfta tt«efB«M* 0/ frwr tint ar !««« am in-i«>T«d to lA< Atonpartaf, ana l>ai«, /«r fw«a/y 4«« wal». Also, a liigc and varied aaaonment ol Genia* Puriiishinr Guoda. Cravate fíctrfa, iiendkerchieto, Drcrking Gainieiita,Ac.. Ac    ^ Tba above siock wiil ba sold at (few Tark and Bpaawfo wf W, 91. rArf,Bsq|., AT THE nEMOCRATlC MEEnNG. IN TAMHÁÍnY hall, new YORK. (xrr.28d, itei. M# Mara Kantrallty—Activa AlUaneo wttk BitCun* prices, for our imAto ta. “Uigi Ssalm aada-i'eil prnfitt"_ aepHHf PALL PA8HIONB-18S1 8. AVIS—G«nlf«ai«m'« PkaMaa éHt Pamiagiar Start sad gAtot a»f« jramfagtar Stare sas aaw JWaav/aafary, Sn». 14# ffainafal. *«to> Pbarti. Jm ratuiiied from Raw York with a Urge and Vtrird avaottmeot of Geuttaaaaa*a FanteUag tUxjd* ol ibe lall atytaa. Oufru->Prmch Kid. *U colora; Snporior Silk do; Gauu folk do; Lltla Thread, varinua qaalitim; Silk an-l Liata do; Snparior Caator, Dag Skin. Hat ver. Calf and every dearrlptioo af Driving Slovu. Hnaiuv.-~Silh, UiMa, Uate, Marino striped, landom and mode colors. Bngltak aad GeraMa; Rrown Cut 00 Half Hoaa, allfulUiM Iteau Gttuarra,—Silk, Liala Tbrand, linen, iVflon, Gauxe, Merino, Am, Ae, Pornrr H&BnxancmBFa-—Bilk- Poat Captain, itamash. Brocada. Cblaa Cord. Poagae ai rll qnclitiu. Plain and Fancy colorad loan Udklk,in great variety. CaaVATa^Biack lacapu. Mack ftaralkM, hfock lunaii. black Serge. Mack Braaata. black Gra Grain, black Fancy Craaata, Black fiaUa. Alto, Grain, blacR Fancy Lraaata, niaca naua. niao, Faaey Cravte and Scaifa. aU atytad and qaatlties, saitabla to Wa aaitaon. PartUutar attenUan paid lo ikte branck af We furniabing basiaeaa. iftaccLLautooa.—Stocks. Tiee, Oollara, Snaps» dera, Cauu, Flu Milk UrabrHiaa, and all «rUctaa in tt# Gante’ Pnratahlag Uno, ai Wa latest and uMtft «nprovad styiea. jnvsklrtaofFapariarqaalUy mada |o ordav.by «courate mauaranunt, and warraataa to givett* iafaction.___qapif. tf BBIRTBMAIMTO MKABI'BIL QIX very axcellantiiklrta forflS, v'AStbreaply folaotura; Blx auperior Shirte lar fU, with Wreaply * TkasoMcrlber, from long prtctlul expa ■onakiad coaBdently to aaaart, all arder* U collarii exiwrleflea. Utnaklad coaBdently to aaokit, all arder* Wat may ba antrusud to kla can, vrill be oxacutad raplato lo Wa aaUaiactloa of kla cuatomars. A trial ta a» llctted. A larga anaartmantla white and coloiaJ Skirta.Sundlng Collera. Ac.. Ac., al JAS. RICHABDSOR’S Gnntlemen'a Purnlahing Store, 119 Mito áL, Want sida bal ..Third and Pnnrtk 93 TO THM LADIB8 ANB •KNTLBltBB 0/ Cineinnali an4 fAe •mrrottndiut' country, A/ICDRBMOT ACO., MercbantTaUoraand^-JVldidS Bí<Hh Habit Makars, Ba.88 Bfoadway, Bidtog eut aide, below tba Broadway Hotel, laapectfolly aanouiice that they haao renadked their eatablith-meut from Mala at, and commaoced the winter Urado wiW an auUraly new atock of goods, contia Ung ol water proof CloWa for overcoais; Saperfine “■ ■ “■ ,OiMH, Brown, Olive, A£.,for frock and draaaooatei Kick Satin Biocadu, Telvaf. An. goto and Satura, for Taatinga; Flaio and Fancy CaaHawru. Ifuckaklaa and Doeakina, and olhar goods too numeroM to manttoa. McU. AC«.aiobTaca tka yremnt oppcrtuatty ol returning Wuks forthatibefal anpport since they commencAo kMkiaan<nn4 kWtbor to add tkkt Hwy aw determined not to ba ex^allad In cut, work- maoahip,raabi<m.and Prices by auy other etUb-liabment lo tba cUy. Tbey keep nona bat the beat The gaihertiiR on iha orcnsion raierrad lo above, wm ona oi tba nniat rnihusiuiic ever hakl in Now York. Aodia«v H. Mickle pretid-ad, aaalatad by loriy Vice Preaidenia and twenty Secretariea. From among the letolutions adoptad by iba mealing, vra give the two iollowing, which evinco the right apirit in regard to ear naiional conree, aa the Icmiing rrpubHeana 0* iha world: Eetohod, Tlmi the pnliiical and moral powar ol tiia United Stales soould be exercised ayete-maticnlly and promptly in behatl of the people everywherei that, having easeniially, by moans B demoeroitorapnblieaii inatiiutions, become a great marítimo ami ^tduciive power, and by Ipr the moat geiwrally iatelliuent and hanpy nation in Iha world, iha apaoh in oar aoraer hu been aitaioad when wa abonld inaugurate a policy, both ooMmercial and political, embodying our prineiplea, aaoef ting oar rights, and golorc* iDiotir f xaiij^As. Mttolooi, That, to thedaanoeratie party alona noto aa heratetora, mtMt iba duty be entruaiad a( dareloping the great deatiny of tba American pa^e; that .va can no I muer regard wilh ia-diflerenoa and inaction the aggremiva combina* tionol Rnsaia, England and Aneiria againet the ri’pnblioan mnvementa in Earope and Ama* ner, that the arrival nl the iliuetrioua Koaauih upon onr aait will ba an auepicioua occaainn lor thedemoeraey ol tba United Stales, In their primary ■taeoibiies, to |voclatm anew, tor the en-eourageiiwitt of the proeirate maasea ol other oountriea, the principie ol the eovereignty ol the people*-ihnt ail governtnenia exist by their con-eent and tor their weitare—and that they have at all timae, loll authority to aitef extating and eaiabllah iww inatiiaiiout and lornu ol govern* ment. To Iba abova roaolutlona, our lellow ciiixen W. M. CoRgy, epoka aa loUowe; The reatfh in Ohio aad Panntylvania provea that the whig party ia diibeadad. and the old parly ieatuMt art lor tiw presont settled. It will, thereiora, be ptnfiiable (or thia meeting to bear a ebon eiptanaiion ol the reaohitioiw nt the com* mittae oo our external relatione. And first, of tbe comroarcisl syeiem in a very general aspee:, and withool reeort to many figurae or calcula-liona It is ea error loauppoee that tbe United Staiae la aceoad. in point ol mariiime strength ip England. We buva, on the coniiary, the beet and highaet tonnage of any nation. We excited England altogether in tbe quality oi our ehipa, ae our steamera and ehppere ebow by tlieir Ijemal perrormancea; and ihe Anwrica has^ut 'wuritmaa. Ladica Ridiui Habita and Cbildran a .clothing auHe la aauparior manner. TB.—M«Bai*aett A Co. nava bean awardalU 01 .......... -Ikioiuu ioma'tor d Udtaa IHdtiig Htoiiat tkaOklo StaU 'air. MBW O0ODS FOR (UtATLBMKN.-* RD KLEGART.—H. Hxaaix, Ro. JÉLbICH ARD MtinSraaL katwaen Sixth «ml Scvautb, BilPrhtoiMitraeelvedbiFxpraaatroin Rew York, a laixe atock of Rich and Cteiisal-f iiABtand Ro- tliak llroadclolht. Haavar Clotka, Plato «nU Fancy 'ranch and Knalteh Casaimtrao* hkh Tinsel and Grmsdiue Vettlags (Ska moat kaatlful palterae aver In Wetaest) Silas and Meviaa Uadershlru «lid Draws*a. Cravata of aUqaaUtiaaandpilca< Gloves, Hooiieiy, dte., Aa., all of whick will be ■otd'oii aa reaaoncbla terms aa any aWar esuUlsh meat la the shy. All ornara for CtaWing will ba fillaJ wiW neat nes*and mapateu. raap»-ton*¡ ^.HAI^^IX. BBto ABO MeAMItLK, Itatraa, T«iumi AUU Lames Habit MAaaa, :#3 Yiae atraat, ■ idii i>|ipoaiu BrdktwelTa Building, baa racaivad .from ti>e Baat a Mperlor aaaorimeut ol Dwaaktua and CaaiuMroa I'loiur, Black and Fancy vary rich plain and flgnred Silk Vetting*, Ac., oi Ihe taieat Ntyle. which ha is preparad to make to order on vary raodarata terms. Alao, Cravate lldk'to,Bbiru, Oader Stalru, Drawers, Ac., wbick be ia determined to mU cheap. B. McA. begs raoatra«pcattoily to ratani bia sincere tfeanka to his uumaruua trtand* for past Uvora, and bopoa olfit and lOHtga. aad . coinmaudH.    _apl4 a* 10 nis uumaruaa inoM* lor paaa uvori^ I by the sama dasiro to ulaaaa, anperiority wiiramanabip. tomarttlhalr luiura pelad alao, at tboaa who favor nim with thalr s tawf I FaahU V I*. AMIABPP.MBKCHARTTAfLOIi. Waatarn How,third door aanh of George at.. west side.—wnnld raapactfuUy Inform Uk friends and oawomara, Uutka haa 00 hand a €OMBTl|IB 4k MAÜB JBOOND iTaRP Fi Rn. Bland 133 Piftb PVKRiTbRs'in'ora, atrcat, Soatk sMe. ihotwaaa Vlaa aad Baca. Ciadnaati, O. lUy on hand almoat aoary rticle MTasHly ua. thaliaaaadadfarlMVij fry Oooda Boatut .8oid and Bxchawoaa aapS D abb GBAlieBl-SPUtNmDjM DAGVtR* n RBmra miraturbbpor orp dollar! Walimt Btreax Gallery, Saeth-oam ooram of M aad irahintaia„fof aakorttteMoalv. aa anJaamag-iito to remooaltantk. I^TIta fixtaraa. Ac. of tkla «alHBtrA* keta to tgood ArttaL VrTkdae wtaMag kaaaMfol Ilfo-Iifca 4anhl6 méastoaiofBiamaalotonr ftiiaia. aralnvitod to eallaoan.    tm tomBBUi«Mw H18B « w uiiiiAiaB, manamctur- •rof aU klMla nf TravHlH •»! Pw*!®* Tnmka, Valtasa,Ladtaa'Baanat Boxaa, CarpcrtBaga, Batck-ata,4ut„ Ac. niFAUarltra from abroad panctaally attcaded tofwaara lotonaiaad iwt work shall aoi baaii» « WBBTBBM TBVMB Mo. BB, Broadway, da* A WILLIAMS, Haaatoctnr latbtcl^. iai-ly üísaiKstisr»! Rbttce ta. karabf ^an lkat ita^ f •ahaaripawto Misal • * Ftaia IIBBim B. B. . Nth. I7»L«* for addlUonal i jtotaaoUaadSL Btoa af^Olfai B) order of (ka Board at Diiactass, loaaa, are kow >^ogud at tká_OBaaM;^ Oimtiay, »a tka cor Frsaidaat aplt Plato GQt    do    do ^    Ay Faacy do    do    db    . 4d    do; raa-ohy O. ALDBICH. fit Bate atraat. • iMwoaa PourtkakdPinh west aide •BAVCV,—We kavdta toara aoy^ramtto ’ BBILBOB A MLUUt, r«BAVC«.-We h lag ainM very 1 'wnda aa« MI|M&a. MPte *    RtoiiwasTPrsitostira^^ atÍnt bwtlt t Mjuummir am-Lb pama. -Jast wrrarCK „A«H>fMRÜr'^ Ro Iff Malntorai wyaoL .-ItM aukae^boiiar* yasaiatoU^^pUg^tovto assartment of Goods, couiating of Rew and toahionabie Clotba. Caabmarattea, Doe-aklna, Ca» siuiaraa, and Veatlnp, whick he vrill makataordm in the beat styia. to raaaonabta prtoas. A aonUii nance of the baracnfora baatowad uatroaa«a la OoUoitcd.    aoB B4MML AND JOB PfUKTINtt at ran oca STAaa, Matoiwrato oofwof Mala aad Ptftk Ba DÜMA8 A LAWY8R, (aaacaowMto toJosaH. ParmllOa.;)iatraaa» J    Bon    vritk    the    Propriston    of    tka    Hon ■■HMHIrAaaiL, having raflttad fliakr OBca widch waa daotroyad hv fire a ahait ttaM ainoo with otoita aaw sutori «liara btotar praparad Bum Of wto aaacnte every deacrirúoa of BOOK ARO PAROTJO SaiAi fOB PRIHTIRO, Haa» Bom, Paaiaaa, CiacoLABS, Bicc HaABS, Dairaaiar ItAaou, tyla. wt£b 1 la Iha aaataat atyla, wit CAaaq, BAMCaacxs, Blew Labmo, BaU^icsbts Ac., accancy, aad cm aa raa* •onabta tarnM u any other atoabliatonqiit ia Um cHy.. rko pnblic ara ladpactfoUy invitad to aaU and ranaatriaL    dtc4-tr glMS W iKUAaUP r AtdL#AnBa«/ÍMI JItBf UE .—They contala bfa foil tata of CMIVBa • tasnrieg and drafr I flato. Pattern Shato Yordfctaby anil ■TkM Irait!^. Friu fl» to^iog ttoatoT BagtHoa.    * FUST A CO 8. P. THOMAS. G AtoAartoaflo^^ Owfflpalgaw atofWiiNOi CbaitaatowB do    do    do; Atoar Kngrafod UgbtOait Oratit Hock Qlaaaaa;    ^ Kaby aádGcM, Btod aad BoU, Wblta, Oraaa, a«d BtoofoMtkftad Watag BotUsa; Ptafa (Haa»    do iloj do do; i»5 do; Jast rocaivad aad for sataby O. ALDR^, ISI Mala attasL oca Bctweea Py vfi lOfPi, west si^ aai> btowoan. iSaty ALDBICB; tSt Mn aweat, i PBBrtoaad Pittk. west ajda, GlHAADwUd^Bbw    *    te»«®    \ aCCisaadotea^to setaumateto^f or site I Si ALDmck, tSt Mn aw» ■kotdkaisttsda. ‘ City and Coantry aMiabante tie tovlfod lo call aad axemlns our atoafc and prtaea.    \ M. M. A 8. HÜGGIMS. '*•% to Mato airaaL toHT. csüsns: ané-lt tadlbraatoby O. iLBinCH. 181 BataaL •»* •w.or^r. mi-..    im». CI«ABM.--B Ell R a » d i 11, 8h.'tf w ffXimt auaat, eoatfc aid». Mfar for rata a laita sjBSisaspg pfiaoead Glitod, atottofoctorad to airdar: Royal and Baokta Madlems, Mtabto w gactadlraU.»a«JfoM.f«»f»*«“«* aratao^o.tw'SP*. TT and to    atrgat THB m\ HONPIUIL, TO ▲MTRBTIflBBB. Tkafraasataxtaosivs adoamatog paSraasga at IhaRoHPABBtt. ia Ovtoaaaa that hnaiaaas mm ap* prcctaw tba l«|peraea#aof Ho coiaoua ao a ckaaaal af aranmuaicaiiou wUk the goolte. Aa ta advar-ttaing sMdfaOi, the ReurAaaiL ta indisputably at* CMd to ao paper la Claclnaati. it la smpbaticoliy > ao paper árprtatonl 4 knowledge of bis I's paper, tar it weado iS aama aodgooda Into tba kouass }f tbe vary claaa of yarrans whom ha wtakcs to KrpnhMCMitafi tkronghani the Worid-Tho PlaifarM forlBSBt r English out of oonceit ol yachting. Mllora gra very lar suparior to (hose of our form* or rivals; son the msnsgement oi veseels in r ttoi tatindTf, wa have an osoaoooi toooaga ovar Uia Wiiiaheoosidering the activity oi steamers.aDd the exceee Inercarea at a greater ratio every year, provided wo eaiimate a hall a million of tons engaged on tbe Misaiasippi and iia tribulariea in the tranaporteiion ol produce, and including all the craft in the British inland trade. It might not be hasnrdous to hold Umi wtibin ten yean, with no viotani change in human nflaira. the tonnage of the United Siatea will be equal lo that oi all the world. But iliere «rill bo a emnge, and that not r*>mi»ir, whfcll lorbids any auch prcd-ction. Our »l.i|iping inieraat demando greater atienti->ti than it has yet yeoaivail lr«n the guvornment. W« •lumld endeavor to ticure whh all naiiooa perlect reciorociiy of trade, and tlie abrogation ul all discriminating dntiet on cargoes and tonnage, ot whteti there are flagrant tntiancea. Onr commerce with France and England ta now greater than either of ihani liaawith Ihe olhar, although neigbura and the richeat ol ail aaiioiM. With France it would not be impuMihle lo introduce flreot cimngea of her larifl svsiem. She is a si>ter repablic, aad. in spite ol adyerae drcumaiances, our ancient lies to her aplendid people will lead to that cloae intimacy and commerce which the vain# aad dif* lerence of products demsmi. The modification of fitly per cent in the United Stales tariff ol 1846, un important French articles, autboriaee us to expect a correoponding alteration. But neitiicr England nor France will remoin in iboir prooeni poailioR. Tho Engliih change will he to our injury, because lore short SMOon it will be a triumph 01 the lory policy. Tbe iwvigauon laws wilt be modified, end tbe lond'Owner com-penasted at Iba expense of the people foe tho ro ductinn ni leul, which moot tske pfom. The Francb,mtha contrary, will be biehly benefi* cial to ni. As toon as the ttawtoemey on the Bd Simday of May next, ahalt faove iiutaUtd iiaelf in puaarasioo ol the repablic, ibeie will follow a treaty of amity, commerce, and, 1 bopp, alii anee, by which ihe diatlniea of iha two oonn tiiee shall iMimiiod, and tfarh iiwtituiiooa im-praaoed upon the world. There will be a modifi* Mtiok ot (he French tariff on prufisipns, and g' market thrown open to Uiogreat pro^ng atatoa of (%io. Ktntucky, Indiana, lUionts, Mtaaoori, Iowa, and Wisconma, of anan.v milliona of dol-Inra, which will diminish tbe aofléring ol the French operative, and fill Um houaes of the Wes tarn p$qp!0rWUti eyerr «rUcle of luxury and com'ort. Statesmen ih the United States should know and poader thdmihiaga, and lay tba toun dstion noinil a systefla of loraigo policy aedor-dingly. la tho North and Baltic mu, u a fnr-llMr fiald lor a great increase oi trada in the Soutbem atsplea of cottnn and nee and tobacco, and in whnfo oilt bat liw wbota affair iacomplt*-catad toMi aU ananor ol cbangea. One ol theu nhaiHts dntnr-rr ^ial attention; it ta the yex-Biinua and heavy toll efiacted from u and other oaiiona lor passing through an arm of the ant called the Boawdv «hich intoo two «uo^ paid all ahipa and cargosa to the petty King of irk, aader a title which dates hack fotir —    ^    cithteito thaCao- hnndred yaara-M90. Tbopropanraf of the UniledBiaiao, paatangatoaghy; ilaoAiUataiaitoM «•* by,loaded can Imada by r .JiiBl w the 4bwda«dl cannon and lighted maichea, and madá by that kind of force toeiAotl dtoi deliv«r, Jaal w tboimefor wra ar-reaied and Mo gMdot>ltwda«d by the •WParom of tboaato«lauia4».Mt^^»i^ «BU, Tta» whole toottto it oxpiaioed by Mel^tloeh hpder Aho head ol Elsinore, and It ta worthy tba ktieo-th>n of alt aectiona ot dwtJnioD, tba Skflb to particulkr. On «ottota, too dWy paU far geipg over wbai to Uia Wgbtgd». ol naUoiia, hot i# now lancfd aphoHwDanisb King, tor tbe Muapar-jpee ihto Ma talkAr blgbtotoMea -totoract the' fbraplM ill tho alcht, ia aauly torty «ente tbe himdiai pasudy Ifcga one dollar aad a ball to tarodoiiwaabalo, That wOnldanmatMi onr whole cotton crop to four or flyamiRioha and' the traA tabkiiH prutaMa wito too bivoof NonhaMi Emwpo to k yeiy idfi* «uto. not lootto utimotiurtomoyori b««aau the usdo heclf ta utim enl motowtomoyori b«««au tte off.^ta thing toh*P» »P Bagtaed. the desjtota 41 The Norto ptofoi ptofoal divan oaonopo-iiuby^, «•doba haohMiNmBioiMme^rof the towkotdhr about iwoaiy imlltoiw of eottoh twiat. If ■ mon waa loobatruct Broatlwgf; Mk bamu would jta iuatandy knoefcad down bp Ite iigt ■» Ul cointtft audfoahRwUaMlctoiiu ot toa United ÍMW8 mat.dwjtoiwiMO a( Elaioera. lor it not o»lpauq|a«oiion,but tobacco, wbala Ml, nee; and ^1® umm toptibUeaw prudwgg la royal patoeia. Tba irwa itowra ®f tba SUIrarein •boaMhaoBautoatokad ib«Pul«J Stateaafand mady tAlntaodue® (hgir ataptaa oa tba moat fav • ^hl® term#, tiw ipoOMBl lliM lb® ptoadr •( ilnga^ ytipáritadgl    Ihno ato «0, aad iHlMr ioua to mtapara bar imdo wito tot UnitedBiaioa; ehohmeayrfedlrowuodugaaat dwaitoaataMo Her ouani frao beon boated ooaom Fnmeby sevcrotfctndk of eonveyanee; and hergaodoora abi;>pad wbh tbe osUo di#calig an4 tow ta BOW bohding ku^raPToodtawoMa iba raavh »t Frande oral tt>a mdtjerraaeaa-, aad by tba U fitaiearateamera. we can base her dweol trade to impon» ami capoifct. Bio iosbbfiuftad toduo triotw, end bar command of npftkly wader pow or, oiitoltaUMBnMupaf to* peoyie and —va»» ■t;ni wowldafoi» mafte b«i 0 mantoaaanng ri voi lor England in ohiom goods and varfodt other sritafaa. Then, itiera bt tba Mednerraaeaa —ittnaaoi ol the owocmeni for (iboriy in modern limea and the home of oneu-nl civiligaiion It migfil easily tg ours. The carrying trade w^ ba rfona Sanaa day by Amerioin built Mcaators and clipper», sno migiM be doiic atsm. Yet we hove compavattaaly no cotumaree nor baainess ia the MadMarranooa. Hardly feva Aaaeffoan abips visit the Black Sea a yea» or to wore laan a thousand Briiiah; and ilio oppeannw of too Miositoippi asaaaMT en (fie Levaat was a* api-psritton It ww, howevar, a gloriora appari-tion, and its ixrand was as nobla as tbe ship ia foruÑdabte. Tim» doe» not aitow tba farihor discuoaiun ot tha aiaia of our eummerre in Europe. It needs a vigorous and amending hand. Wa see our BMÍent rtaal, England- not only crrmaMrcially, hwi taniiorialiy, in poaaaseion of all tba importsM inteiouf iiada Her own waa ■he haa opened; bnt alwsya anbject lo an order in Council, andaoon to he sbni oy the aceeeaion of tito toriea.UMter Stanly and Ptaraeli, topowar. She la tbd real tyrant oi ihe Danteh Sfound—tor *da uplmhta him for her own profit. She atole Gibraltar, in 1707, from Spam, and koepa it ever ■inoe. She ta now raeeiving Imm ifrs il.taf (Pacha) ®l Egypt, Ih* tathmaa of 8u«s. and her title to Aden ia aboat w good as ihai ot Brooke lo Saransk belora and siara ihe wbolcaale ■fanghter which haa gnalifiad him ter pergotaaf vicaroy. England ta aihed on evary side amee ■Itobatpad 10 daairoy Turktah aaval streaglh ai Navorino, wuh the Cxar in thnt eoovpact by which the Dardanellea are embarroaaed. Thu Sutwii woohl be very gtod loeeeope* The U. Sraies should culiivaie a«»idioiialy republican France and the Httio ateiea ot Enropet almoa) all ot them having ootteto, a* u to acquire for hemefi a bahilatiaii aad a naara to Europe. Sht haa not a Itarbor thara. She was kicked out of Mahon. She ia only tolerated at Spesiia, and preparations are actually going on to drive her and her eomfneree and exampta out of Bramen, into ihasM-^jermon, Washington aad alL— But Aaia and the iraaauraa ol the East inviie na, and the change of afiaira made by thetpread ot tbe republic to the Pacific, will require a new and magnificent system ot trienahip, commerce and intereommerca with China, and all the ie-landa and conUtMota in tha neighborbood; and with Auatrilia. aoaoon to be iodepeadani and republican. They have been brought thousands of miles nearer to ne than to any other nation ®t Barope I lOur political eyetem, internal and loreiga, » ol the British, from which the East theArnverae has always shrunk and still shrinks. It takes the side of tbe people, and gives tbeni UoaoM o> wisdom and improvement. It wiH make ua the patron ol ihoao innocent and helpteu millions which tba fighting and plandaiiag aristocracy of England have davoted by myiiada and tor ages 10 mtaary, and destituiion and death. Tbe alteration oi tha route of Earope lo tbe East wiB Wake onr poaition still more worthy el atn* dy. Tha king» ol Europe have unwisely caught the lever ol internal improvement. They have laid down «ailroads, and are binding to- Eiher the Biack.1|M aad tke Bailie, tba North a atd tho Atlantic. Moscow has jwl bad a marriage jubilee with St, Paiersburg, and Warsaw isto be joined to Berlin; CVleeaa ta to receive the Czar’s iron embrace. This wbota sjrstem, as to Vfty remarkabla, turns itebidi upoa Asia aad Ibe East but eonvergaa oa the ^ea ol Western Euvope. Tbe raiUosds comijristng it could be the pro< we than ever. In connection with the Pacific Railroads made so many trunks ior the products ol the til ~    “    ■ !fniied States. Much more than that, haw- whan built, they would turn the trade ol Cliina with Euro|ie through the United Siatea. It that road should lie deUyed, tliere is IHtle drnbi thdi llie same tiade, and the whale irada also, will croM by our railroad and canal tbe Isthmus of Ptnama, as Ihe shoriest end safest route. Tha Isthmus ul Panama, and its port, now to potent in the world’s affaire, has bean made tha uiibject of a long negotiation, and which tha parties do not agree how to interpret >tid cqiinot enforce. It was the most unibrtunata blunder ot a whig aa Aataarat lordiag it over Y^benigb'ed Jlni^g ot alavaa, and sigfiw af alaven. Tba Americana know haMar toe fon idaiion of our strength. I< comro frow to® waM ef Uw pdople. witVint whaas prwaenra oaat® will always «.rrapr an^ inoitkfoaW betray. We Iteve infwed into evrrf thing Iba taiagrgy and wiedom of iIa whofg peopla, aadwsliava ihu* eaclodad ibe^tdom* 'toanre ol any aeeiion. We have locaiad dto anion »l anireraol auBage within snwft liwil*. umd we orm«alt k olten ah»at whr> shall aoW oIRce, aatt whaiber the low* shall ba eontinm (f or new lawoba arade, oral rvary j»or manta Id tu alitriblc W tbe Frt siriency. We have nof. Widated into few hands at a great situiDtl, a dhgerrmanrof many mi'ftomot nsopfo and Infinite axieat ofterriarry; but tka Uhimi pro* MB tonladerotion af aovrreign Saiea, ba-ghining wHfi ’hirtean and now smbr*«-ing thirty'one, under u eystanv which-doeo not impsin-the indtapendeaea tit anv. wliila h is capable ot indrfrntw eaienaion. This two fold ayarom to Ibe poltaaiow of Anartcan liberty, the verrH »f Aim rkan greatneso. Tha Statw are snbdivkfod generally into lilt's distrieis. rantrolL-d hy »ni* versal vole, and the contederation is a simpla mblage of t taw States in such a way aa 1» lineara equality of right* nml legtalatinn wnbin» ■ml an amiivHled front without, by means of » federal governroenk I: ta hot only to CiWrect aw error ahuiM onr sjrieia that thaaa ezplntiationw ara given, hot it w to rernmmend the s«me eye* tern for ihe European edifce abont to be con* ■trm-ted on iIik rums ol ilte praaent. The dem-ocraiic republican lotm of government ta ib* only I n ; a w, bv which any tiling atabic can bw made to *ncr t-d tlie impending revolnnon.— Men IM ' bl d uprg en ararse to do «> lighting*, and they will do it a thonsand times better, ir they sra called up ns ara««s to the ballot *boV alter the battle to choose and ba.afroaen ior ol-fioe. Whan tha eeparata Starea ara organtxad on nntaerbal nifiaga and on the Anwrtasn modal, rben the Oannaa contsdaratioH can bo «mv •trnetod tarhboal any drffcolty. There h ooik * tug to do bm to ironepUai onr federal ayaien» into tba heart of Europe. Ctarmany bw Uw rame dWankiea at aoR and dknaio, of mngno and race,af weed awd tchool, w ihs United Statea. 8ha ta divided inio aevaral naiinnal»* lisa, bitanaeied bf rivera, and bonsded ateo bv ■aw ibd lakai and monntains* Ska ia ae well I wa lor the svatrm ot ranfoderaiion« sovereign alatw and aoivartoi auAaga/— adapted 1 ot sever poH soon raatiw the social rehtrnia and baa •tody and mannal for other narions. Rbe would be the atrong and great—but infinitely mom Iran and enlightened end happy Gormany. which outlived tlM Roman empire, and hw comrihated in tha midt!» and subsequent agw so much ¡a., eivilnarion. The wme theory applies to England, Itily, Poland, Pbriugal, opotn, Rwaia, Austria and Hongory. Few know how mueb, hut all admk tool Iba foreign emigration bw given nwoh to the aue-aaoB of democratic iootiiutiona. Wa are deeply indebted tn ilie etmtor atrangen wbo seek oar sbotoa. They famtan fOBbooote a day fry em« igration alone to oar numbers a( toaoingte port-ol New York; and tha wul inflag ia nearly half a million B year. Tbta ia kn iavalnablo tide ot peopfa; but when we coasidar ibtt iraeh one bring# with htoi, and wUt Iwva •ecumntotad dnnng hi# liia • land of. two buAdrsd dollar#, we have one hundred -milliona •luutiliy added to our Slock ol wwlib; perhsp# as mnoh aa one sigth the product of our land and laharboibA, and OR# half of all our snnnai agpona. Tho vast pnblie worki wfaiah moet our ays everv* where, artificial tevak ot atooo aad ima, aad earth and water oa which man outstrips tbo arind, and mufiiptiw hta natural powers ol locomotion and tranoportatiiui, ara lot ib« most part, tbeir trophies. Tbey have blessed Uta land with tbeir tabors; and they have sested fl smtelvat 0 t ta 4 8'urs whi< h bafoogs, by boBv ust acqui iiion, 10 Uramselvea aad ibsir dt-sor^u-dante. Tbey add to the eomiorts and Ute eu-r joymeniaol life. They discharge public and private functions wall. Tbeir chiTdran are oorii-natitora ior the lormaoat places in the State, and in aociety. Thrir sons grapple with sli il>a pro* leasinns; sad tbatr daognieis grace tU circles of ueetulnsss aad amnsemeni. A m<ist vuluuUo •ad indispensaitls aopulaiiuil are Ihs ioretanerq, Mpecially Ibe Irish sad Germaas. A-ui n<iw then, ws mu-irearamber, or it not.-liivy.sliuuld remind its, that by tbe diverriiy of oiiuin and administration: and mu«t be finelly adiiisted the next democratic Bdminuirstion. The Bri tish hove given ap nothing in Centrcl America of the most grievouv and absurd pretension*.— Tbey protect the Mooquiio king for Ihe ssRie reason that the vnlture protects the Ininb, sn-t wKh the same impsriiality lor color—the pur-poso of "covering and devouiing him." 'I'hey have seized the bright islands of llondorae, and boas) of their territory in Central America be ing 66,000 square milea. They have changed tbe names ul towns and appropriated the revenues of States, and threatened ilteir Independence. Tbey are agitating the peopla thera, as in France they comipuhe rnlCTS—to bring a^i the overthrow el republicanism. Tbe British capítol and Britiab atatarmen were the place and agents ol the famous Cuban intervention. And the British press and Parliament era the lacto* ries whence come tha public opinion of Europe, wbicii andoraes airneioui calumnies on our gov* emmcnt and peoplo. Not content with inveigling 1 tance into a coalition of fleets ond policy ior the Gulf of Mexico, they moet brand an ex podition ot sympatbizing repobitcaiw, made ageinat the worai dwpotism in the world, oa an act ot piracy, and call the p*ttiea piratea. It » to be hoped that Congress, so soon to sit, will db tbta *at^ jostico. England’s own exam pie mighl Ita totad against her; but that ta mi arndment at all. Títere argdment at all. mere wa* invasion of Cuba, and^homicide in opon battle, but ao piraay. As ter tbe victims of oroetiy at Havana, their blood eriratrom the ground. It ta Ute first lepub loan blood oiicd lor a long time to the about ol "Long live the Queen!" As for Narciso Loprt, ho belong* to the immortal eompany of Uiayoiie and Koselaska. flu glorious lile wsa cons um* mated ^ a daaih more glorious ia m'te ed ewtew; in mortu ad ufra. It ta necesaary to the cause ol the dqd^is of Europa that they alwll falsely expfali to# groal prospsrily ol the United Sratw. They cannot deny that pro» haLit, we areno longer a hoitMRenuu*, but base Bad mof boomie a mixed aad most piculisr p« epie wito, from that eircumoiaoea nione, are bound to da* tie* of a more gtnvrai and rci-poa#ible cUaraoiyT in the tamiiy ot nationa ih*n any naiio't under heaven. We are wbst we are, it is true, by vir^ me of original and wrnd*-rful political institutions, but also by .the new processes of emigration, settlement, andnsiMalixutiontasiiiUcii almost as Iqr our own iacresse. Tbis is a tutalJy, novel and grand and iiiumpbsni exiit-riment crowned with psrlecl suixess The L’ltion is more ifaan a coniedtfaiion 01 ordinary Sia'is: it is a Congrew ol all astions, in a tiuoi liberal sanse. This ta without ezsmpte, and requirxfo that tbe old circle ol naiiunal dulie# tbnuld b enlarged. It we wate a itoouReaous and alú-n roe» to Europe^ it would still bo the duty ,4 ovor twenty miUioaoot republicans to prcnieto repuhlieaniam ihroughout the world by pr< and exampio, by aid and synipatby; but iliat duty tan,ode im|ierativa, when m addition 10 nnni* bora, we consider too mixed nomre and origin oi our peopta. MiUioooot them bava Had fmm, oppremion; and lbair>deareai relattvesluiresita'. fered Irom the laafi and (he scaflbid for political offonseo, or pine wiliiin prison waib. or imi prig aa bmada-nnw, alsa! made aoterroinour ail ovor Europe with toe ffoniier* Thor» i* a nor. iBstoa-t».tepi.aivplBioiiar<ta«sgain«t ifra plo ot Europe. They mark rinio sityr city alter city, tor dsotructioo. Tfaoy Lava r* aeoyed Puland. Ftoagary. Ivaly, GwmsM o^° Hamburg, Wallah. Mohtovto. the act oi cnMking Lube® and Biem< n. Tho Holy allianee nndori iho Cxar, bava doctorad themaeivoa iagorpMitol netMoa at. War»aw,a»l ’ their audacity hod got tr> sucha aitab that tfio» proposed» wHMk, ao« apnag. tSs ropuhlka at WoBi#ra Earope, Ftonce and Swiigerland. 'J'h» i parity which tbe worW now calls snpeHority.— ITianki to Fulton, Morse, Co>limi,8tevsiw,Law, Muosey, Uerriog. McCormick, Hobhs and Hoe. They daro not aitnhute it to iberepohliean form at government, lor that ictchoo the sovaraignt^ hal of the people—that the govoiemant ta toeir era»' Itti* aad govatnara tbair ageato-tbat they c«n ' >wn tbe oooslitiitloa, and that ■stupor puU only trua (tofect of flovern' tbair wellare ta .    . ment. In short, the convarae ol to# w^ mn- narcfaie«i ayatom is laid down ia the Oedaia Uog ot ladepeodew- The mooarehs of Europe •itribote our pstMperiiy i® the reiigfotia eharac 4er af ihepet^, or tp tba rom®taa#M of Anar ico iroro Europe, or to the AmbIo Bmpaa race, 'kfrto the ipanmnaM of poMtoiios and aband •nee of land. Tbey 0^ that 1» aomo or afr flf thMe causea wa are todahtad for what lua tr* On Iha contrary, It tot® tran*»l tooa«,bnt Rti to ourdemocnitia lapublitapwtn-Pta our syaton ai govtraaMtgi. StoM and Fadtral, bttoed apon thaTouKdatipva ol aniveraWi nflrago atad unf-venal e'i^^ty to oBe#. If •• hid hero either oHgarchy, aoiir leRhmd. n—#iit»iinn#jj. mon arüra, soto Saidtoia, ar dcqfottom, •• 1® &*»■ tofoPr ’nwuia and AtMtiifo 'v# toowld #«1 bavé oceupiod tha briny atrip aTtolfi rarfatoh ahhrta iW Auenlie oeean—w* encelé have heee a faebia pactato- Weaheeliheee pawed through tfieaama pliiif tafaney whtoh kai heoa iha eiHM of ^ Bteiea ot Europa; and baaereenftnia4«M might daaapiteda. Wosboold Europa; havaboaated tbai-------.    — ka aaaloua overmnah If Ytiiiiiaad that tba dia proportion of rtoifllon bar« told MtotttoM w ^alited tha dHIhroiM* of ourpoliitoalfMid eonflitton. kto eoa aito atodamaiog ^ ■MrihaM am auparfotiiy fo ihat .«qvaUy untmq that tba tr«m Aiiter'taaliaa aaaaful «tokiaBto d«0aW •tatancahaa abnuik to «aNtolf .««Bar Vf**" tka taeiM,M4 lita ■aei to «BtoMAar, obisct of (ba totack ianotao much men aain-aiiUiúoQa- Tbair advisar and tmmurer «¿uJd not likotodsroiatak her euatomm by a whoto-sale deairueiton of tha humad race, hut Ewicod knows foil waii that her owir agistance ta at ■Mke.. Kothing can proltmg it cfRcepi thg destruction of the principle of republtctntam to itonaa, qnd upon that deatruction aha ia ddet? ed. She tends money and giioa eonoasJ and "■W *® f®naitataa of that ¿taat repubfis, «(bite she ia lomeniing vrfthin ii ig, moat loatbamne aodjatenious enaspimcy—Imt imnister ite head. CBflsnd ifiinka fo dig the grave of r«pnblieaaiaai in Ftanen, aad nr get off Irom bor own apoedy doatrnclton, by toaiwh* hig with bar fee into copartnership latei vefiiton, •ad poaaibly a war taith Uw UiiiiadStatet.itoeut Cuba. Sha hopes moch from the viofenea of wch a tonuiU®* B ^land not get M of ftaoee and the French ^ubfie within twolva ^Tha nienibs, her own tall will be tmmedtotc. . inbaritanoe of tlw British crown to th# Prinea of Waleo ia worth abbot as much ao ihit af tba Copot da Pana to a crown ot Prince. Tha pttocipta af««ntibiimiato in ontdo, having ba* eoM a fixqd laet to wth liami^iborN, hy ifia ra«oloiion ni Pbtto to OM ta now tlw tatoet of tha egptvJtad .heads of Europe, liw wijtaiioa lor ua to aeitto hy whatbar weean ar ought to allow reputtooutiaa to ba destropad. I tocfcon oountfor ibtogan tlw rigbtside. no nmitr ____________ NR    lha    toaaira of wiuto war 1 abonld ho atoentadal .«y #f® ^ ««tory if I WdtatoaMiomi abonld ho aabantai   t— „    - • catod pomibly toharwtso topw, Oim, our mtaaAp^iion i® ^ ®a®    to    a contadentiM of    ®»¿    i^afcao aeooairaav, fr «aÚsj^.n® to h®lp ®w o«m ■OB^owovr »taaw igp/iwiiL 1 hajto«rrived at a JtHMtnqa (totoWaattaaof Wa  ^   - and aaoMmplol    Mao    f».M0 kqi frao toaitaniiona to Entiqw* fnwt sliaOo dMwf Adlaast, the Anwricaa paltov otj»Sv. aiSfiTTfS'rTssiWii i®imdHO,of Iba ««pnhliaa» aymaai cf tha L'BMad Stowa. WBtaaKt thia prMdaa ihe ma» itawwouktlmvaiaBHig » Fniptow|iig qhatwa-ttan aad dimirdar train totíBiTedtari^ «sato Oto oatainilato The üa^ «wM ggt heva eonüanad ear euaiaod a hPm afM aatntl padÑrUkhad. Uk® X'i < 0. a t / ■ I

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