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Galveston Flakes Semi Weekly Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 25, 1867, Galveston, Texas Semi weekly Amway it. Vol. , saturday morning May 25, 1867. No. 13.telegraphic. A i associated Piess dispatches. I new Yoke might a 21.�?flour Lull and drooping. A Lieut heavy. Corn 2�3c. Lower. Pork $23 23@$23 25. Lard quiet it 13ic. Whis icy steady. Cotton quiet and drooping middling 28c. Freights Dull. Stocks Dull and heavy. Gold 137ij. Sterling 00 Days 10 a a a sight 110�o. Money 0 per cent. �?T02 coupons Loui registered do 10g.j. Arrived Manhattan from Charleston. New York May 21.�?the Case of the Clarks against j. It e. Brooks regarding the proprietors in of Tho express newspaper alter Lour years litigation has been amicably adjusted Erastus Brooks having purchased the Clarks interest and the publication wiil be continued by Brooks Brothers. New York May 21.�?Cotton Dull and declined in. Sales 850 Bales at 27� �,28. Ivor Dull common and medium declined 10c. State $10 5�0$13 so Southern Dull and drooping lifted. Good 13 3 0@14 00 fancy extra $15 oo0s18 00. Corn heavy 3 to 5c. Lower Western mixed Oid is 23, new is 22 @$1 10 yellow a Southern new $1 20f�, so a 13. La orc heavy Atul lower mess $23 a 0$23 25 old $22 00 lard a lir iii and quiet. Whisky steady Batter 35c. Groceries quiet Carolina Itice 12c. Musco adj sugar 10,011c.�?naval stores Kirin. Turpentine g3a@05c. Rosin $3 75@$s Oil. Tallow Dull. At 11011.5. Freights Dull end lower. Stocks More Active. Money g per cent. Gold 137.j. 02 coupons 1o9j01o9j 04 do., 105.j 05 do., 10040. Jook. New i Suc. 108�o,. Ten forties 9�?~jj0 99 j. Sewn thirties 1st series 1000100 others lo5o01o5j. New Orleans May 21.�?Cotton unchanged sales 2,300 Bales Low middling 25020c. Receipts for three Days 20,200 Bales exports 2,006 Bales exports same time 10j320 Bales. Sugar and molasses no sales nominally in. Changed. Flour extremely Dull and lower super Niue nominally $11 750 12 00. Corn in Good demand but declined 5c. Sales mixed yellow $1 1501 20 White $1 25. Oats steady and firm at 030000. Hay drooping prime Western 30032. A. Lard Dull it 1340&Quot,. 13ic. Bacon fair jobbing shoulders 0c. Ribbed 12ic. Clear 131. Gold 130 Sterling 1400150, nominal new York sight 40i per it. Dis. New Yoke May 21.�?there is a Rumor on Tho litre eur that Frazier Trenholm �co.,have failed for four nillion sounds Gold 1374 in consequence. Later in the evening the commercial says Cable dispatches announce the failure of Frazier tree Liolu amp co., and the report is confirmed by the agents of the company in this City. Tho Picayune special correspondence dated Orizaba May 3.-says the City of Mexico is surrounded by 20, �0 Liber air. The bombardment has commenced in Earnest. The Garrison .8000 Strong . Of Marques Anontine. Torii intention to re Nisi until death and Are and porters. Noo Lineer will receive Quarter from Tho Liberal. An order has been issued that Miramo marquee and Maximilian so do be shot if Tnp Ureil since the surrender of Pei Blu the imperialists have not Over 10,000 Aumi All to a. Washington May 21. A Stanton has furnished a certified copy of Booth s diary to the president which has been published As Fol Laws Arin 33�?11.�? ides. Until a to Day nothing was Ever thought of sacrificing a to our country a wrongs. For six months to had worked to Pipit me but our cause being almost lost something decisive and great a must be done. But its failure was owing to who did not strike for their country. Ritli a heart 1 struck boldly and not it Sis a a the Quot Pap Eib Siviy. I walked firm Fet cps through u thousand of his friends was stopped but pushed on. A colonel was at his Side. I mind Quot sic Senj tar , before i lived. In jumping i broke my be. I passed All his pickets. Ro2e Kitty Miles that right with one leg tearing the flesh at every jump. 1 can never repent it. Though to hated to kill. Our country owed All life troubles to him and the god of sympathy Ludu me the. Instrument of his punishment. The balance of Tho diary is a Quot in what Ioco is front without any allusion to his m Romp lies in thou Thiis nation except Piaro do to a a Companick him. Certificates accompany the document showing that the mutilation of Tho diary occurred before capture. New Yoke May 21.�?money easy without change. Gold 137 5 government securities firm and steady 5-20 s 02 purchased in Cou idd Erable quantities in anticipation of a. Demand for Export Stock steady and a fraction bettor in some instances sub Treasury re a seipts $2.700,000 payments $3,172,00� balance $127,782,000. A Moniqui May 21.�?a court of inquiry has Boon ordered to Convent and investigate this disturbance of the 14th. Col. Shepherd issues an order this evening retaining All present policemen. Tho City government will not to disturbed Tho military takes co quiz Aneo of particular cases. New Yorik May 22. A arrived steamship Merrimac from Rio Janeiro. Stock rather heavy Gold 138g Sterling and Money Micha changed 02 coupons 1-0 Ujj flour l to. Lower wheat Dull mud declining Corn without decided change1 pork quiet at 23c. Lard 12i013� whisk of quiet Cotton quiet 27� 028c. Freights Dull. New Yonn May 22.�?flour Dull and lower Stato $10 50013 70 Southern mixed to Good a $13 30014 80 fancy and extra �14 90018 00. Wheat full and drooping. Corn steady Western mixed old $1 200 1 28. Lard lo01gc. Pork heavy and lower Mesa s22 75. Gro eerie Quirit incl firm. A Vai a Tores of Juniet and steady. Turpentine c2j@03ic. Ito sin $3 a to 09 00. Wool steady and quiet Texas 250 32c, freight heavy. Capon Juilio Dlower sales 1,029 bides. Stocks heavy. Gold 1384. Mousy g per cent. 1802, coup our to 401o9i 64, 105,�?T 05, 1004 now Issue 10801084 10-40s, registered 99�o0994 co pour 994 7-30j, let liveries 904 others 954 new Oku aim May 22.-Cotton Rar, Hales 2000 Bales. Low middling 2ii025jc. Item opts. 291 Bales. Export1101. Sugar Dull and lower fair Louisiana nominally 12c Choice 13j0134e. Cuba no. 2, 11. Molasses no Tsales nominally 72c. Primo flour Dull and depressed superfine $12 00 0$12 25. Corn fit Eady and firmer mixed a yellow $1 150$1 20 White �1 25051 271 unchanged in. Laid Dull and in changed. Pork Dull at $24 25052137. Bacon in fair jobbing demand shoulders 9ic. Lii bed sides 12ac. Clear do., 13ic., and Gold 8137s. Sterling 1470150. New York sight 40-2 per cent Dis amount. A. Atlantic City new York May 22.�?Tho steamship Santiago de Cuba from Graytown Nicaragua Lor new York with 300 passengers ran Shoro Here and six were drowned while attempting to land. Tho passengers Are now Landing safely. Nearly thirty lives were lost a when the boat ran ashore. All passengers who obeying Tho Captain s orders remained aboard were Stajner is a total iss. She belonged to a Northern transportation line and was upward bound. Washington May 22.�?All the necessary rules and forms in bankruptcy have been adopted and a manual of some four Hundred pages has been prepared by Clinton Rice s Ere tary of the commission of Justice by thu in order and will Issue it Oil tuesday no delay or difficulty is Aji pretended in putting the Law in Calfec t on the first of june. All the registrars have been nominated and in Case District judges do not confirm the nominations they Are empowered to fill vacancies with suitable persons. The rules and forms cover a pamphlet 6f seventy five pages. Washington May 22.�?the appointment of assistant treasurer for new Orleans has not yet been made1. Cincinnati May 22. A the presbyterian Genie Al Assembly committee on declaration and testimony with difficulty reported proposing to a receive Back unruly members and churches on their application and a declaration to submit to established authority. The Church proposition is under discussion. San i Ane Isco May 19.�?the furniture establishment of Pierce it cb., was partially Burnt loss $50,000. Telegrams from Unionville of to Day says Gre to excitement about Lich Gold discoveries. The indians in Idaho have driven off Tho Stock shooting settlers in All directions. The Savages Are generally Well armed. City May 22.�?there Are four feet of water in the hold of the Santiago de Cuba. All were safely landed except five passengers mud two of the Crew Wyllo were drowned by the upsetting of the. All the baggage was landed. Names of the lost mrs. Eurice solome Gross miss Sarah Mcca Wor mrs. Mary Watkins mrs. Marcella Pickens Martin Mcmulty John Smith Mary Louisa Gross. All the bodies except those of John Smith and Mary l. Gross were recovered. Niv Yoke May 22.�?money increasing and easier Loans 50,0 per cent. Prime discount ii0 7. Gold closed at 138j. Government securities quiet and firmer stocks Dull and heavy at the close. Sub treasurer reports Throe millions two Hundred add Twenty four thousand dollars payments five Hundred and thirty two thousand dollars. Custom receipts two Hundred and tight for thousand dollars Gold notes oae Hundred and Twenty four thousand dollars. , 22 �?10 a. lower on common grades though generally quiet and without decided change. Stock Active finding Down. Gold 13sa. Sterling co Days i a 02 coupons 9409. Freights Dull. In or Youn May 23.�?Cotton Dull and in Chiqiu Gedz sales 3427 Bales. It provisions quiet and Dull. Sugar quiet. Molasses quiet. Naval stores firm. Turpentine o2 j0a3ic. Ito sin unchanged. Freights Dull and lower Cotton to Liverpool a. Grain by steam 2j0 3c. Governments Dull. Go d 138j. Monty 0 cent. 02 coupons 9�?~0v94 04, 0 05, go new Issue 808 10-40�?Ts, registered 99�0 99 Coupon 934 7-30�?Ts, first series 04, of hers 54 Tennessee new Issue 03. Nev. Yoi a May 22.�?a special dispatch to the Herald says. Tioy n. Y., May 21.�?indications abound that a new and formidable fenian invasion is being rapidly organized and that a Large a body of troops will be concentrated on the Frontier within a few weeks with a View to the seizure of Canada Montreal May 21.�?general Massey alias cordon is reported Here in disguise and hiding from the fenian avengers. Two suspicious strangers have arrived Here from new York to Day at first they were thought to de detectives but they Are now believed to be Roberts men on traitor a Trail. Boston May 22.�?the Steamer Oriental Are i ved Flom Moine Tettz. Or. Davis arrived Here from Washington though largely interested in the estate of Frazier Tren Liolu a co., he has received no official advices of their suspension. In w York i y 22.�?�-arrived steamers Liazo from Mohrie Athi Iijima Pennsylvania and China from Europe. The Melbourne from Mobile arrived at Liverpool on the oily. I Ankron May 22. A Bonds 774-London, May 22.�?hermit Tho Derby course to Day. W Eather unfavourable with Snow crowd imm Euge. Vienna May 22.�?the Empress made a speech from the throne to the upper and lower houses of the diet London May 22.�?madrid advices show that the internal troubles arc increasing. Fears arc entertained that a political crisis is at band. Wis Ginatos May>22.�?~�?John s. Walton has been up pointed assistant treasurer at new Orleans. Semi tor Wilson has Orri Yod and Gono North. To Peako warmly of the general Courtesy to received. Butler in print persists in charges of doubtful practices regarding Booths diary find in pardoning. To claims that he himself originated Tho famous phrase Quot bottled new York May 22.�?arrived Moro Castle from Havana. 1 Tho Ocean Homo Bob been abandoned by her Captain. Tho government is about to Bell her to satisfy the claim of $17,000 against her. Tho american Consul has referred Tho matter to mane Eanet of literary reputation shot his wife and his Mother in Tho court room at Meta Nae during the Progress of a j trial for Alimony. General Dulco and family Bavo Gono to Cruz d in a of Tho 13th a tides that Miramon was badly wounded in attempting to Force Tho Liberal lines on Tho 27th ult. Castlo Chepul Tapec was captured by Goldama on the 1-Itb, after a fierce a Trugolo try Tho imperialists. Don Simon Pedro was executed at sisal., san Eba Scisco May the billiard lament has closed. A. W. Botson of Virginia Nevada won the champions Cue. New ii Lions May 23.�?sales 1c00 Bales unsettled and a Ier Low middling 24@24� receipts 400 Bales exports 7,783 Hales. Sugar and molasses nominal and unchanged. Flour extremely Dull superfine offered in round lots at $11 00 treble extra $10 50 irregular Corn steady and firm yellow mixed 1 1501 20 White 1 25. Oats quiet at 90095. Lard in Tierce 13.j. Bacon fair jobbing shoulders 94 rib 12� Clear sides l in a porn Dull offered at $21 50. Co fee Active fir to prime 21 j _ 025i. Gold 137. Sterling 40 to 51 new York sight h per cent discount. Washington May 2 hopi. A. It. Riddle of Ohio assists in prosecuting Surratt. The trial commences monday. Congressman Bingham refused to Nossis in the prosecution. The receipts of internal Revenue to Dav. Are $403,000. Full Cabinet meeting to Day. General Grant assisted. The meeting was very Long considering a opinion. The state do Pai Ament has information that the quiz ranting at st. Crois has been raised. Communication Between st. Thomas and st. Croix unrestricted. It is understood that the Cabinet and general Grant approve opinion and that it will be promulgated to Morrow. The committee appointed to investigate the recent Gas explosion at the Post office whereby one person was killed and two Hurt report that the Accident was caused by opening of the Cocks by some us Mcnown person. The committee think the machinery and material dangerous and recommend s me other Mode of lighting buildings. A married Man charged with i tape a Young Gin violated in Cresenci of Der sly ter. From the Cincinnati commercial May 6.1 a repossessing Young German girl named Laura Pons old appeared before Justice me. Lean yesterday and made oath charging Charles Holtz with having by Tho use of Force and violence outraged her person. From the disposition of the prosecutor in we glean the following particulars of the brutal affair in january last Holtz who is la Man of considerable wealth left his wife in Chicago and came to this City where he met miss Ponsoldt a father and renewed an old Friendship began in Germany with him. He visited of sold a family Lor a Long time and became Cia terms of intimacy with Laura and her sister Augusta. The Young ladies hither being of dissolute habits made his Homo anything but a Paradise and they were finally caused to. Abandon it by Holtz who provided them with lodgings in the House of a respectable lady named mrs. Wright on Centra Avenue. Here lie visited the girls almost daily Aud professed to feel the warmest sympathy for their friendless situation. Mrs. Wright subsequently removed to 483 court Street where a her boarders were also provided with quarters. Here it is alleged that Holtz entered the chamber occupied by tin.1 Sisters or. of the 7th Day of april and mails indent proposals to Lima. Those it is said she treated with Tho scorn they deserved when Holitz threatened to blow her brains out if she offered even the slightest resistance to his dastardly designs. Here is the most difficult part of her Story to believe As it is so utterly repulsive As to Shock every feeling of Mankind within us Aud cause us to doubt even the veracity of her oath. She states that then and there in the presence of her elder sister Augusta Iholtz accomplished his hellish purpose. When Augusta was asked Why she did not raise an alarm and have. Holtz immediately arrested she answered that she was afraid he would shoot her. This is also said to have deterred the girls from persecuting him sooner. Holtz was arrested and lodged in the county jail where his person was examined and a loaded revolver found secreted in his coat pocket. A partial Healing was had in his Case yesterday Aud Atter the examining of several witnesses it was continued but into Day. Iholtz alleges that the prosecution is Actu used by a motive to Black mail him and that to is. Innocent of the charge preferred against him. Wheat and Frantt. Tho careful reports of our correspondents from every county and every important Village in the state published yesterday Aud to be continued until the entire state is Beard Sioui furnish a to Ither Public accurate nil thoroughly reliable intelligence of the present condition and prospects of the wheat Aud fruit crops of the state. This intelligence is gathered from personal observation and careful inquiry of the Best Farmers Aud is from As May different correspondents re there Are places reported from. Business men will understand therefore that it is wholly uninfluenced by speculation and is n record of facts to be trusted implicitly. It will be noticed that All the reports without a single1 exception speak of the present. Condition of wheat in the most a Lomblo terms. There is not a single instance of win a ter killing or any other untoward sign spoken of but the crop everywhere bids fair to be much larger and finer than usual5 the breadth. Of ground covered with wheat is taking the whole state into consideration somewhat larger than lust year. The increase is More marked in Tho new counties. It May be set Down As nearly certain that there will be an. Abundant Harvest this course it is yet too Early to speak confidently of fruit. All. Tho indications Are unusually favourable. Tho Farmers Are everywhere expecting an unusually Laige yield of apples Ancl peaches Swinuch so of to make this year an exceptionally one but it is yet a to autumn and Tubero May a to Many casualties to thwart Tho Hopes of fruit growers Boorn then. So fur As present appearances go Tho year will be a prosperous and fruitful one. It any Chango occurs to mar this Prospect full intelligence thereof will to furnished in our columns. A Baptist Church in Hartford has a choir of one Hundred children. Prejudices Are like rats and a Many of mind like a trap Thoy get in easily and then perhaps can to get out it All. Gen. Sterling Price finds that Tho commit s Piroa business in which he is now engaged in st Louis pays. A Cincinnati paper says a rogues find no quarters Prentice replies a very Likely they might search half the pockets in to City and find Ain in a i is a in Ria to. London May 21�?noon. Console 93. Bonds 72?.burke recently convicted of treason is hopelessly i i in Dublin jail. Finances steady. Liverpool May 21�?noon.�?Cotton easier. Sales Good middling Uplands 11j Orleans Ali bread Studiv Light. Corn 40c. Provisions steady. A ird 51050c. Pork a. Other articles unchanged. 2 i. Dud and heavy though no decline established. Pork ice a is., quoted at 80s Tinoi a. ?.liy21.�?tlio Sultan visits the Paris exposition. A s , 21. A the America touched. London m in 2, 93. Bonds 72 . , no. 12 sugar 21 live a i. My 21, close Chi a Uplands Llu Orleans Llyd. 10,000 Bales middling Manchester provisions turpentine advices favourable. Corn 39s. Quiet. Common Rosin 12s. Od.3os. 3d. Behlin May 21.�?a horrible plot has just been discovered in Hanover. Tho chief purpose Vas the assassination of King William and Bismarck. Several notable persons of this City Are implicated. Numerous at Hanover. It is thought that by the timely precautions the scheme has been frustrated. London May 21.�?earldrrby the american question will to amicably adjusted. The. Proposition made some time since to arbitrate the whole Case has been refused. Liverpool May 21.�?the firm of Frazier a Treuhold Cotton merchants of this City is said to have suspended liabilities heavy. Frank tot May 21.�?Bonds, 774-. Frankfort May 21.�?at a Lato i Ouinto night Bonds sold at 77j. London May 22. 93 Bonds 724. Liverpool May 22.�?Cotton tending Down sales 8,000 Bales Uplands lid Orleans 11 go. Other articles unchanged. London May 22�?2 i it. 72j. Live Pool May 22�?2 p. quiet but steady at opening prices. Corn declined 3d. Ship sailed for san Francisco today. London May 22.�?the fenian recently convicted have been sentenced to imprisonment for life at hard labor. Paris May 22.�?the differences betwee the Emp a ror and the corps la gis Latif regarding tie army organization have been adjusted. London slay 22.�?evening,, 93. Bonds 72 i. Liverpool May 22.�?Cotton closed quiet middling Uplands lid. Orleans sales ,009b.-.l�s. Bread stuff quiet Corn dosed quiet common Rosin firmer at 7s. Of Pine 12s. I. Turpentine 35s. 3d. Tallow 43i. Of. London Miv 23�?.noon., 93 Bonds 72. , May 23�?noon�?Cotton quiet middling Upland lid., Orleans 110. Bread stuff unchanged Cora declined to 39s. Liverpool Lay 23, 2 p. steady. Lard declined is. London May 23,2 r. declined j. London May 23�?evening.�?consqls advanced 4�?93. Bonds 72. Liverpool May 23�?eveniug.�? Cotton closed quiet. Middling 11, Orleans 114. Sales 10,000 Bales. Lard 5s. Oil. Depari Cre of Airm tip Spalding for Home the most Rufi trend Martin j. Spalding archbishop of the diocese of Baltimore left Baltimore on wednesday for now York ii route to Simc Orthe Catholic Mirror says scarcely have our anxiety and fears for our beloved archbishops Quot recovery from u painful illness been dispelled Ere to Bavo been called to say Adieu to Tho object of our the a trip which Bis Grace a has Lor some time past contemplated has been undertaken. On thursday morning he left Baltimore for new York and on saturday he takes passage from that City on the Peire from new York to Brest and Havre. Tho archbishop is accompanied by a numerous retinue of friends among whom is the distinguished professor a Nathan r. Smith m. D., of Baltimore who was one of the consulting physicians during the archbishop late illness. Ilis Grace goes to Rome Aud will attend the general meeting of Bishops convened. By Tho holy father for june next. J although he passes from a sick room to the breezes of the Atlantic his graces medical advisers think him sufficiently recovered to sustain without risk Tho fatigues of the journey. During his late illness the feeling which pervaded All classes of Tho Community protestant As Well us Catholic conveyed tin Earnest and eloquent testimony of the Worth of our eminent archbishop and of the veneration and love la which he is held. From one end of this land to the other letters of inquiry. And sympathy frequently came from Boston new York Philadelphia from Tho West and a South. Nor were these kindly missives con fixed to catholics those of other creeds manifested their regard and solicitude in the kind Liest manner and with allusions of profound interest in his restoration to health death of a German English paper says Quot amidst a great concourse of. People the remains of Theodor Moegling were interred a few Days ago at Goeppinger in Wurtemburg Many of Tho political no abilities of the country being present. A one of the leaders of the popular risings of 1848-9, Moegling had fought at the aide of Hecker Karl Blind and others Aud being wounded in one of the Battles of Tho Baden revolution was captured condemned to death but1 pardoned a Pardon consisting of a oven years imprisonment on the pennsylvanian system. In this prolonged solitary confinement Tho germs of a mental alienation Vero Laid which in recent years developed themselves into Down Rig. Insanity. On Tho first nows of this sad occurrence Tho germans in England and the United state3 combined to secure Tho pecuniary future of the impoverished family. The funds thus collected hero Havo just been a transmitted to or. Tafoll Tho Leader of the House of deputies in w Wurtemburg who in a letter to Karl Blind the president of Tho London committee bad declared himself ready to receive them for Tho widow of the info Stu Lunate Patriot. Tho Only child of Moegling is learn to to adopted by Tho germans abroad who will provide for Bis tic Mcra Liers of the pc acc Confer care. Stanley. Lord Stanley is the eldest son of the Earl of Derby and Secretary of Stuto for foreign affairs in the English ministry. He was born in 1820, was educated at Eaton and Rugby and graduated it Trinity College Cambridge in 1848. Before entering Public life he visited the United states and Canada. During absence from England he was elected a member of the House of commons for Lynn. After serving in parliament a Short time he visited Tho bust and Whilo till in India in Muren 1852, was nominated under Secretary of state for foreign Alfy irs in the Derby ministry though offered the seals of the colonial office1 by lord Palmerston on the death of sir w. Molesworth in 1855, he declined the proposal but was mud Secretary of state for India under his lathers administration in 1858-9. He is iii it a third time a Meinz r of his father s administration and represents eur Glaird in the peace conference presiding Over the deliberations of a body assembled at his instance. Count . Count Bernstorff who represents Prussia has for of years hold Tho Post of prussian ambassador at the court of st. James. He was the prussian representative in the peace conference of 1804, when the Schleswig Holstein question was disturb in Tho peace of Europe. He was born in 1b0s, was educated at Berlin and has had much experience in diplomatic service. Count a Nostri. Count Apponyi Tho Austria representative was born in 1798. He belongs to a ancient. Hungarian family but married in Italy. He has Hud Mitch diplomatic experience being a first sent by Austria As plenipotentiary to a Small German court after which he was successively minister to Florence and ambassador to Rome. In 1824, he was appointed emboss ads to England continuing at the court of that country five years after which he was transferred to Paris where he remained thirty years from 1829 to 1859. He was subsequently again ambassador to the English court Aud was the austrian representative in the ineffectual conference of 18g4. Count Bih know. Tho count de Brunnow the russian representative is Tho oldest member of the conference. He was born in 1797 at Dresden where his father held a commission As a staff officer in Tho life guards of the King of Saxony. He entered Tho diplomatic service of Russia at Tho Congress at Aix la Chapelle in 1818. He has Sinca held Many positions under the government being Secretary to a number of russian envoys in his earlier years senior councilor to Tho foreign office for nine years from 1830 to 1839, and envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the court of Wurtemburg in the latter year and the year following. During they car 1s3> to twice visited England on a special Mission to that country Aud was also accredited to Tho court of Darmstadt where lie concluded the negotiations for the marriage of Tho present emperor of Russia grand Duke Alexander with Tho Princess of. Hesse Dami Studt daughter of Tho late grand Duke. La 1840 to was transferred from Tho court of w Urt Einberg to the court of st James and continued to server his government in England. To withdrew from his Post 011 Tho declaration of War Between Russia and Eug land in 1854, but he was made second plenipotentiary to act in concert with the count Ortolf at the Peaco conference at Paris in 1850. He was sent immediately after the restoration of a face in that year on a special Mission to London to re establish diplomatic relations Between Russia and great Britain he was for a Short time envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the court of Prussia but was transferred to Tho English. Court where bus res tuned Liis duties san March 1858, having since continued in that country. He was a member of the conference of Lydia. Marquis do Azeglio. Victor. Emmanuel Taparelli do Azeglio Tho representative of Italy has since 1850, been minister from that country to the court of st. James. To was an Early Friend of. Count Cavour by whom he was first accredited to London from Turin. He is a Nephew of Tho Chevalier do Seglio Lute prime minister of Italy and one of the most celebrated statesman and scholars of Italy. So. Van de Weyer. Pm. Yan de Weyer Olio . Leiy it is a Man. Of intelligence Aud cultivation and has taken a a Active part in the politics of that country. He was1 born in Louvain but married a Rich English woman in this matter following Tho example of Leopold who bad espoused and marred the Princess Charlotte Many years before he was elected King of the belgians. He took us Active part in the1 revolution of 1830, Aud waa a member of the committee of safety in Tho provisional government formed by Baron Van Eoff Quot Vorat. M. Potter and others. In it vember 1830, to went to England to learn the intentions of that government and was made a member of Tho conference it London which Early.?the next year the Independence of Belgium. On bin return to Belgium lie was made minister of affairs. To contributed Mitch to the election of King Leopold in Juno. 1831, and after by Coronation was sent As ambassador to lock Don. On the retirement of minister Nothomb a in 1835, m. Von do Weyer waa made ministre of the Interior in the new Cabinet Quot but resigned in 1840 upon the controversies arising Between the liberals and cat Hob. In 1851 he resumed his Post As ambassador at Loudon and has since continued to Servo his country at that court. Tiik a autos Yok Texaco. The barn v. Von Tornado Baa been for Many years minister of state and president of the government of Luxemburg. Tho chief aim of his policy has been to crush tiie Liberal party which formerly bad a majority a the chamber of deputies of his grand duct and in this be has been entirely successful. Quot a in Tho Garden of a certain Nobleman a country House there happened to to fixed up at different spots painted boards with this request a a Peluso not to pick the Flowers without a wag got a paint Brush and. Added a a so to the last word. A a John has signed the pledge a said Thad to Charles. Quot glad of it a responded Tho latter list will bring Down the Price of Drinka far the rest of us. A
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