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London Daily News (Newspaper) - July 25, 1846, London, Middlesex If the dai2.t-Nrimfpb�Uy,. July m 1846. A. I 1 i he majesty s t h e a t k l Siff. A Rio most respect tally Iufoon Quot the Kot Allty patrons , his frieds and the in Fec to at Lull in ��-1t win. Muk Suay next july w Hplu win be a informed in this county Don ii Noluo of l Udo Nell. , 1 take Plisco on a Pond time in this county Vaw. Sic. Ubl Atlie Sig. , Mario a adm. F. Law amp Cliff and Quot mad. Castellan. Alter which l1-. Jul Gemont a pails comprising n new and Ori a i in grand Pas entitled be Pas Deb Metases by . Tagli Ini l. Grahn Corito l. A Arioni James Leonore i i a Urei Julien Cassim dem Elitife m. St Leon Aud m. Ivr rot. To i e with in Pinata. Voitk Varl pus Kate it in the Ballet department. Doors open at 7. Psi Striice to that of Colht r nations which. Has completely Rul tied the preventive system. Or. Wobu Lio Wever notwithstanding his diatribes a not England seems a zealous and agent. He proposes the most rigid enforcement of no lenient Law already existing against the merchants and brokers who May in this indirect via favour or earn on the slave tide. And were equally Wiser. The stamp act and the Lea tier of Boston Are paits of a game that never will be played Over again. But i luckily the abandonment of that exacting and domineering spirit a a it hich lost us the this teen american provinces has not been accompanied by adequate views of the real nature and ends i of colonial government. Ministers have kept bungling away with the Troken machinery of adminis Ca to in m.4.iesty s evening last time this a Hod Lucia i i mme Timoor. Madame a Istella Signor sic. F. Labrache and Sif. Min to. Between the acts a Civi it Issei it. To conclude with i be judgement de Paris eompriii.5 the new grand l Asle Pas Des Deestes by Mylles. Taglioni l. Cohn , and l. Taglioni m. St. Leon i. Perrot a in. Doors open at 7. Pm even Ino Guillaume Tell. , Laborde pc or Lari Ilo Boulo Maii me us Omi i Abordo and Madame Guiyu ird. In. Couch Ide with the grand scene in the second act of Les . Doors open at 7. ,., to is re yoked a soap. Messes. Start i Iowa w. I Arron. A Iii Stone Webster mra. Gloyn miss i Ilia lieu Icett and a a whoa. To be allowed by Lou Gil i politics and tue Irish attorney or Gol Vay in k. 0. Doors open at so. Adelphi Titis a i Vino the stranger. Messes. Seiby Wright and o. Smith Madame Celeste and Ito e. Chajin. To be bowed by Abraham Parker the maid with the milking pail and the Devil of Marseilles. A a it is open at a. Princess Mommy Everino used up. Or. C. Mathews or. Granby an miss e. Homier. To be fou owed by Why Don t 8h� marry or the Swiss cottage and the sleeping Beauty in the Wood. Doors open at go. eve to it a hot we.\tner. Messes. Leeloy wifi i Ott f. Matthews a. Wigan miss Vii Lars Jib Howard and mrs. Keeley. To be followed by above and below the Dustin in s Belle and the of a . Doors open at 64. French plays St. James monday it Kino Les her tiers of. Be Nau Frage. M. Donery m. Cartigny mad. Crop it and mad. La Lois. To be fou owed by a Jact. Roxana milk. Rachel. with Lebourgeois Gentilhomme. Door open at 7.i. St. James week by att ethiopian 8eiuenaders a will give their attractive entertainment this by being saturday july 25, at half past eight o clock and they win repeat their Day perform Aiice on a mesday morning next july 29, commencing at half past two o clock. event no i a Sonnambula. Or. D. W. King. Or. Weiss or. Horncastle Madame , miss a Etta. To be followed by the wonder and Luke the labourer. Doors open at 6. To correspondents. We cannot notice in any Way any communication that is sent to be anonymously Bat those who choose to address us in Confidence will find their Confidence respected. Neither Wei under a Ake to re turn any Matusc kill s whatever. This machinery originated with it. Long As he flattered himself Vith the pros cot of a Revenue from the colonics that might Render Iii in part Independent of parliament he took some Cuie of their administration. A rigid measures put in practice by England and Tion bequeathed to them by those who lost America. Brazil they might indeed prove most efficient. To punish and intimidate the capitalist who sub Orns and employs the slave trader is in or. Wyse s View More just and More useful than the punishment of ignorant sailors. But we i now How easily this scheme of intimidating the guilty capitalist May be turned to the persecution of the innocent one. And unless All Tonijo Africa were proscribed which or. Wyse recommends his measures if not confided to More temperate hands than his language bespeaks his own to be might be Pei veiled to the commission of High water at Loi Idon Bridge. Tais , 5 min. Past 3 afternoon 23 min. Past , 39 min. Past 3 afternoon 53 min. Past London saturday july 25. In the House of lords last evening the business was principally confined to the presentation a it of petitions the railway gauge Bill was read a first and the Coal whippers Bill a third time. In the House of commons in committee on the sugar duties continuance Bill lord George Ben Tinck moved the Extension of the period to july 1847, instead of september of this year upon which question a division took place when the More limited period was adopted by a majority Quot of 83. The site 10 the Quot Wellington statue was discussed on the motion of or. C. Berkeley. Or. P. Miles Drew the attention of the House to the subject of the government contracts for conveying the mails Between England and Halifax and Boston. Or. T. Duji Combe moved that the petition of or. Baker respecting abuses existing in the prison at Millbank be referred to a select committee but the motion was rejected by a majority of 36. The House then revived itself into a committee of Supply the British museum Aud the Navy estimates being the subjects of discussion. Wrongs almost As bad As the slave Trade itself. More Reliance is to be placed on the intimate knowledge acquired of the artifices of the slave dealer. If the United states Squadron of the african coast will but profit by or. Wyse s instructions the slave Trade cannot but receive a very notable Check. With the Cabinet of Washington lies the ones of exculpate no itself. Its own agent has fully proved that it is under the american Flag the slaver is enabled to sail and to Tarry with impunity up to the a moment of its embarking slaves. The incentives to the traffic Are however too i eat to admit the Hope of its being immediately or completely put Down. The Success with every drawback suffices to cover the loss and furnish due profit. The americans will Supply ships to a Market which pays double their value. American seamen will not refuse Good wages to carry the vessel to Africa where their own cruisers will not intercept them and none others Durst. And even if enlarged consular Powers in Brazil should greatly Check or put a Stop to the employ of any brazilian capital a even then the Progress of opinion the prevalence of fears for their own Security the Rise of a feeling condemnatory of the traffic must be awaited in order to give the government of Brazil the moral Force to cd Scuto whatever edicts its legislature May pass. But this state of things and of opinion cannot be brought about by our adopting a Poliey of non Intercourse with Brazil or by France and England joining in a refusal to take the Only Staple of Brazil which As yet Munfort mately and unavoidably is a slave produce. By sending the brazilians to other markets by handing them Over to other customers by our having no connexion with them save in the execution of a severe maritime police we merely throw both countries into a state of antagonism and a rms War which roots them in their prejudices and robs us of our influence. We do not know indeed that it might not be better to go to War at once and crush them than to keep up an antagonism of which one can see no end. The papers Laid before parliament descriptive of the Progress of the slave Trade and of the Success of the Means taken for its prevention by no Means warrant that responding tone with regard to the Prospect of extinguishing this fatal traffic which the abolitionists themselves and following them so Many of the Public have adopted. The old modes of prevention have no doubt proved ineffectual though not altogether so. Some of the new ones have not been Folly tried. But so Clear a Light has now been thrown upon the causes which incite the Trade in. Slaves and upon the artifices and interests through which it is carried on that prevention cannot but in become much More facile. It is evident however on the very threshold of the inquiry that any effective Means of prevention must be employed in concert with the Goverio cents of the two a countries which remain to be the Only Market for the. African slave. With respect to Cuba the Case is Clear beyond the admission of a contradiction it is in the Power of any governor of that Island to put an end to the slave Trade on its coasts As soon and As effectually Ftp he May think proper. The commissioners at the Havannah declare that not a slave could be landed if the Captain general chose to oppose it sincerely. General o Donnel himself makes the same admin Filion. What is in the Power of a Captain general to a do it ought to be in the Power of a government to enforce. And it is in the highest degree disgraceful to to England and to Spain that one Man Leopold o Donnel has by his avarice and perverseness been Able to set at nought the humane treaties and Pur pos of two great nations. If the go Velmor of Cuba had an excuse As the authorities in Brazil might have of being thwarted in any humane views by potent and popular interests there would be some excuse for him. But there is none. The White population and proprietors of slaves Are universally Wijt Tead iof their a crease by importation. The efforts of societies for the introduction of european labourers and x f j machinery have been a Wainly seconded and have proved greatly successful Public opinion in Cuba has reached the same Point As that in the Southern states of America where however slavery May be upheld the slave Trade is anathema ised. A governor general of Cuba has therefore no obstacle save his own avarice. If two governments cannot Bend or overcome this they really do not deserve the name of governments. In the brazils the Case May be somewhat different say his sex to of wast such the decentralisation cd authority that the action of go Tennent cannot be so fully relied upon or so confidently appealed to As in Cuba. But government there too is not without Means of prevention if rightly stimulated not by Menat a a compit re Ial exclusion but by cordial Alliance and co slave Trade its gains is a to nude that requires a certain capital this capital Seldom possessed in Brazil but if found Necea. Afforded by some resp Ltd be citizen. Or. Wise the american Consul at Rio has it july explained How the system is carried on. A vessel is built and dispatched from a port in the United states. Itaf Arp of ass it by so Toto be delivered oily on the coast of Africa. This service the american Crew perform after taking Liverpool in their Raj fat a Stock of goods. They take with them a brazilian Crew As passengers. Under the Security of the Afner ican Flag the vessel reaches the slave coast. Quot the american Crew quit it and the vessel is repainted to cd ceal its origin it is Laden with slaves which. Brazilian Crew run upon their own coast l by All these details or. Wise shows that the great difficulty lies on the vessel reaching tiie slave coast Aid stay lag off it for a cargo. This she is enabled to do solely and purely by the use of the american Flag grand or he a Sis time opposed by America to the. But of search. Or. Wyse after Suchan Avo Mai to i Inay seek to to throw a he principal guilt upon of Todi i Becat Sean English Brolo a Quot in few of losing his bes customers Quot consents to charter to a Sel Bui instead of this he proves beyond a doubt whate ii difference of opinion May prevail respecting the ministerial plan for settling the sugar duties All parties interested in the sugar Trade Are agreed that an mini mediate and permanent settlement is to be desired. Until such settlement is made no one can conjecture what May be the Supply or Price of sugar in the Market a few months hence and no merchant will invest to any extent in a commodity the value of which is so precarious. In this state of matters lord George Bentinck proposes under the pretext of benefiting the sugar colonies to continue this state of uncertainty this paralysis of Trade for a whole year. The Noble lord supported his extravagant proposal by assertions As extravagant. In the face of the intelligence by the last West India mail that the deficiency in the crop of 1846 varies in different colonies from a third to a for the and that a deficiency at least As great May be confidently anticipated in the crop of 1847, he maintains that an increase in West Indian produce Emte equal to the great increase in that of Mauritius is extremely probable. The House of commons showed its sense of the Absurdity of the Noble lord s motion and of the reckless character of his averments by leaving him in a minority of 38 to 121. We Trust that this May be taken As a fair Sample of the Success which is to attend the protectionists in the vexatious opposition with which under this most prudent Aud experienced Leader they threaten the ministerial measure. A Ieav to pass examinations similar to Hobo of such establish cents. The Elevation of the Scho Al master s Standard would Lead to an increase la his salary. In a country like England imbued with a sense of the value of Money even where this does not Raeh to sordid worldliness a Man expects and requires a fair Cash payment for his labours whatever they May be. The More skilfully and successfully he performs them the greater Sho old be his Reward. Until we have a better class of schoolmasters we shall have bad schools. K we Ai e to have better schools we must pay our schoolmasters More highly. Let us see what England has in the Way of Noil Ial colonial Council wins appointed which for a Short schools and we May then compare the list with time acted v Ith jul gent and Energy. But Ilio pc what she wants. We take the enumeration from pie of this county afraid of the Power Trio Crown or. Hook s pamphlet which Contaj of the most recent might derive Froid this Independent income grew anti colonial and the colonies detecting the object with which so much care was taken of them kept their purse strings Well tied. Charles tired of his project and the colonial Council was amalgamated with the Council of Trade. Under the revolution government the Board of Trade and plantations continued nominally the department of government charged with the colonies but As it was not the practice to make any of its members Cabinet ministers the transaction of colonial business soon came to be transferred to the two secretaries of state. These ministers did not As we have been accustomed to see them assume one the charge of Home and the other of foreign affairs As secretan is for the Southern and Northern provinces they Inte meddled in both departments and the addition of colonial business completed the confusion in their offices. How the colonies were cared for do ing this period May be Ima nine from the fact that on the breaking up of the Newcastle ministry the colonial despatches for Many years were found stowed away in a lumber Gaiter unread and unopened. The general increase of Public business compelled ministers about the commencement of the american troubles to appoint a third Secretary of state who was entrusted with the care of the colonies. This very proper step was assailed in a very factious spirit by Burke and the Rockingham party As the Mere creation of a new and useless office for the Solce of increasing patronage. Burke s plan of economical Reform again reduced the number of secretaries of state to two and at the same time swept away the Board of Trade and plantations. No visible Means of colonial government were then left. This dest Nic Tion of All provision for the administration of the colonies was Only tolerated because the loss of the this teen provinces which formed the original United con Quot Vinced that extensive changes in the construction of the colonial office Are indispensable pre Requia ties to any satisfactory improvements in colonial administration we Are anxious to guard against the misconception that the changes of which we have spoken Are personal. Our meaning is that the staff of the colonial office is not commensurate to the labour that. Devolves upon it that the legitimate business of the office is not distributed among the employs in the Fay most conducive to its efficient discharge that Many tasks Are imposed upon the Downing get officials which might be More Clenty and economically performed in the colonies and that no adequate provision is made for transact Hig some of the branches of colonial business most essential to the interest of the Empire. This is no new complaint adequate provision never has been made in this country for the administration of the colonies. Before the great civil War to in colonies were regarded As a Mere a Panagy of. The Crown with which the English Public Hadap right to interfere. Charters to Plant colonies Elizabeth Schabl and James appear to have contemplated the formation of new commit cities of subjects who should stand to the . The same relation that their English subjects did but should be Independent of the English parliament Aind without any claim upon its Protection. The chartered rights of the colonies were to be guarded by Littie parliaments of their own. In this position of a is ii a by wished. Ito retain the colonies. He flattered himself Itiat with their Grov rth in population and. Wealth they plight be made the source of a considerable Revenue to the Crown a revue. A ver to in expenditure of which the English Parli Anent could not claim to exercise any re per intend a or control Quot the revolution by establishing that Tite Royal ministers a a very responsible to pm Liana it Virtu a tto is feared the sovereignty Over the colonies formerly asserted by the Clovra to Tarlini Zient. Walpole was per a Eltiy aware of this but was Toor. Urine to Draike Aue nce tif the Colo twists by Tang them for the Benefit of the dominant Conan Unity in the British lands. That attempt was reserved for Nee and Short sighted lain sters of the Early Par turf the reign t Georoe a according to. To. Mier of our con studinary Constitution Parlms it had inherited a Royal authority Over the Cpl a thu was one of those doctrines in which men Only a a quies a Long its e try aware a a its fall it Tea amp i and against who i Quot la by i Dejoia a a or made . States had left an impression on the country that its remaining plantations were of Little or no consequence. This impression appears still to have remained when about the beginning of the present Century he accumulation of business again forced ministers the creation of a third Secretary of state. To in eve their offices the foreign and Home secretaries threw the whole Burden of our military affairs do a Secretary of War to fill he whose unemployed Hoiu a they threw in the trifling concerns of the gloves. This was the origin of the Modem Colo Nial office. A desk and a couple of clerks were allotted to the despatch of colonial business in the office of the War department and its head was designated Secretary of War and the colonies. In 1814, disputes Between the horse guards authorities and the civilians of the War department led to an in argement which left the colonies the principal concern of the third Secretary of state. Before this time the increased consumption of sugar by All glasses had augmented the importance of our sugar colonies and the convict settlement at Sydney was becoming a Colony. Soon after came the peace and Tveith it Larnis and complaints among the agricultural population and alternate sluts and seasons of unhealthy excessive activity a among the manufacturing. Among other panaceas for pauperism Over-p9pulation, and other evils real or imaginary emigration came into Vogue. The consequence has been an unprecedentedly rapid increase in the population and the development of the resources of a our colonies in North America Australia and at the Cape of Good Hope. The business of the colonial office soon outgrew the provision made for despatch my it. Nor was this the Only evil. The old colonies decedent to the War of the american revolt lion enjoyed Large chartered immunities of self government. Almost the whole internal administration was left in their own hands. The regulation of Trade and the appointment of governors were almost the Only Powers retained by the Home government. This prescriptive arrangement was regarded by ministers As the main obstacle to their attempts to tax America by act of parliament and the privilege of self Gove Mient has been much less liberally extended since that time to those colonies Dybich have been since founded or made ours by inquest. Downing Street interferes much More extensively in the purely local business of the colonies than it used to do. Local colonial government has in consequence become More tardy less effective and More expensive there has been a constant struggle Between the colonial office at Home to retain its authority and the resident colonists to diminish it. .1 when we assert that the first step in the Reform of colonial admin Lett Tion will require to be a Reform of the colonial office it is to this state of affairs we would have the remark understood to apply. We do pot Call in question the official anti tide of the present fun tip Nari ibs we merely desire to see them relieved from duties that May be More advantageously transacted elsewhere and to see the real Busin efes of the Coloni of amp be so distributed among them and in to additional assistants my be required As toe sure its Pron it and a Dulcio dispatch. Quot. State input on the subject. The , which has a More systematic character than Arij other body United for education has three to a Inibig or Normal schools. 1. St. Mark s College Chelsea Quot of which institution Quot says or. Hook Quot it is quite impossible to speak in words of too High Praise. Under the direction of a principal the Rev. Derwent Coleridge who has devoted to the cause of National education the energies of no Ordinary mind this Normal school May be considered As a Model of what such establishments ought to it is capable of accommodating seventy students and the period of training is three years 2. The i Battersea training school Wlinich contains seventy one pupils the period of training being one year and a half too Short a period though the Energy and kindness of heart displayed by the principal the Rev. Thomas Jackson will go far to remedy the disadvantages occasioned by this Aita gement. The Achi Elands training school for mistresses containing about fifty four. The period of training is for three or four years and to this institution also the very highest Praise is due As those assert who Are most competent to Bear witness on such a subject. It is by these establishments that the National society is Likely Penna Nenty to Benefit the country. There is another establishment belonging to the society which does not Deseive the name of a Normal school though it has not been without Quot its use in which Young men Are received for six months. It is connected with the Central school at Westminster and can Only be regarded As a temporary arrangement a Mere makeshift. In addition to these some of the diocesan boards have established training schools among which or. Hook enumerates the following Quot i. The York and Ripon Normal school which under the Able management of the Rev. Or. Reid is considered As tiie great training school of the North. It is intended to accommodate fifty five masters and thirty five mistresses the period of training being Throe years. When the buildings the second of it Ewart s educational Reapon Tiki Fri embodied Oyhat is probably the mos sport opt element in any Dieme of National training the est Bush intent of Normal be tools for schoolmasters and a of r we have Alrie a Indica to in i Cpl us disproportion at present existing in England Between it Are a pm we so Jooli Sisters of to be. Ihler position in Public estimation is necessarily fixed by the aver Ine Riti of Tolfe Mei and in Ilo a Way by the theoretical dig to cof their duty Fere is at present no to the. Occupation in this it Diffut amp from the Church the bar and the army pro asians learn ipg a trained Intel a ice of the and second Tod the Good Breeding and pm re i Quot Ray. Of the bin Refle Rufed on every India dual Dergiman Beir Ristora and so Dieh we to Islean pm a Inte lug we mannered and Gaza it until the Oon Trai Papfi of i Oran and cow mice lies upon the individual so i would the school a if the average of Intel gence at a party Ewere High Amon Tira a class. This cat of eff cited a to in est Job juju Netrous acid Giom schools. Mercry Man no i to at a non Neil school at now Quot in the course of erection Are completed this establishment win present us with another Model of what a Normal school ought to be. Quot ii. The Chester Normal and Model schools Arp intended for the accommodation of seventy students and recently contained fifty. The average period of training is nearly a year and a half. Quot Iii. In the diocese of Durham buildings Arlt about to be erected for a school in which Twenty masters Are to to trained for about two years. Quot in. The school at Salisbury deserves to be distinguished from the remainder of the Dioca Ian schools by the superiority of its plan of training. The school trains Twenty mistresses during a period of two years and usually contains nearly that number. Quot v. The training school which is connected with the school for the daughters of the Cler at Warrington will probably train thirty mistresses with More than average Success. Quot i. The training school at Lichfield not Long of Cen trained Twenty five youths a a course of training intended to extend to two of the other diocesan Normal schools. Or. Hook remarks Quot that they hardly fulfil the objects of such instruction failing either in the limited scheme of their studies or in the period of training or else in the want of efficiency in the practising school and of adaptation in the instruction and training to the wants of Well conducted elementary of Normal schools connected with the dissenting bodies the Only one known to or. Hook is that belonging to the British and foreign school society in which fifty or sixty Young men receive from six to nine months instruction and training preparatory to their being entrusted with the elementary schools belonging to that society. It is also said that there is a school in Brecon in South wales.�. Here then we have a list of everything that deserves the name of Normal school in England. It must be the object of other remarks to show How miserably insufficient this number is for the Supply of the requisite masters. And mistresses How shamefully for us it stands contrasted with the number and scale of similar establishments in the Continental states of Europe and to Point out certain defects in these schools which add to the evil of insufficient Supply the additional mischief which arise from overlooking the character of the schoolmaster s future work and the probable position of his associates in the scene of his subsequent labours., _ the right Hon. Henry Labouchere has appointed As his private Secretary sir. W. Torrens Mccullagh the author of the Quot Industrial history of free constantinople just 7. Hear that a letter addressed from the emperor Nicholas to tiie Sultan has been presented at the Porte by the russian amb Meador m. Eltoff. Its contents axe worthy of attention. A it begins by congratulating the Sultan upon his journey through the provinces and complimenting him upon this laudable undertaking to inspect and improve the condition of his subjects who win no doubt reap immense Benefit Fifon the visit of their Sovereign. But the happiest effect it goes on to say win result from the ii Perial presence tending to frustrate the intrigues a which aver been set on foot by poll emissary in the danubian provinces of the turkish Empire part of a it sch me for the destruction of All Law and gov eminent throughout the slavonian re on. Of these machination of the poles the e emperor says we have just experienced a terrible instance in tiie Cra Ovlan insurrection. A nth he seems Lus of impressing the. the necessity effective measures of precaution again test the spread of this revolutionary spirit throughout the North of Turkey. Finally he accuses the French Consul at Belgrade of instigating these polish attempts to excite rebellion. Such is the outline of this Doc Mient. It deserves attention a an attempt to enlist the Sultan in i line of policy eminently russian for the pretended maintenance of his own authority. There is no object Woldt the Czar has More deeply at heart than the extinction of that germ of slavonian Frt own the a Fearance of which in to in a a Lutito of Sertz a waa hailed by All and enlighten ii minds As an element of so tip pc Promise for the destinies of Eastern Europe at once a Barrier Gamst the southward flow of russian despotism and s Leos for the aggregation of those Proi Siim a which seemed Likely to be detached at no of extant Rod from the enfeebled me of the turks. Btty the Porte is Well aware that it is not polish but that it has to fear most in these provinces. Itse Siess Digger in slavonian aspirations after Liberty Han in the growth of muscovite a dreads rather Tiiu discrimination of pret a signs Anoo Al crib _______., a a me sat of a a iring illegitimate Aen in triese gun trip a than Tihe. Political a tation Oliph Siless adv i ers. ¿1 a act pre Vious to the Sultan s Voy the Porte had become Awty cd a i Teifer a a St test via and to the of Icett re Ruth to hands to Flie in object of his Joum was i out any do table Tojo do the presume prevail bag among the danubian population with regard to the All of russian and to dissipate those notions. .-., which carefully inst us a into tem by a or woman a a eng to Teadie a it trials a to i pay of Shiw that the is eur Ord jute to that of the Czar. It was for to i l that tiie pretend sinus of priv web Besco Eitnier the purpose to be treated Asin. Those provinces was Mere a Zadow Ai virtually be Independent Sovereign of Wal Lachia or to be presented under the no plugs of the emperor Nicholas s representative gheral Grabbe met with an uncompromising negative from Reshid Pacha. To incline the Sultan Moa a readily to enter into these views which have for their object the persecution of the poles re Fiigen in the Dominous of the Poi the the emperors letter is accompanied by the Ait Ival of a russian ship Laden with valuable presents vases of Jual Chite &c., purporting to to a return for the gifts which the grand Duke Constantine received from the Sultan upon the occasion of his isit. Tic russian treaty of Commerce which was sent to St. Petersburg for ratifications been Etui Ned ratified and has received All the signatures at the Porte necessary for its final Settie Mait. Mehemet Vii is expected from Egypt towards the end of july. Not Only the Palace of Riza Pacha but two or three other houses Are to be placed at the disposal of the Viceroy that he May be Able to indulge that taste for shifting his place of residence frequently for which he is known in Egypt he will perform by the Way a quarantine of seven Days at Rhodes. The Viceroy has appointed his Andson. Abbas Pacha to be at the head of the egyptian government during his absence. The ser Askier of the army of Anatolia. Rustum Pacha has been dismissed from his Post in consequence of being detected in speculations to a Large amount. Osman Pacha of Aleppo has been appointed ser Askier in his place and Mustapha Mahiar Pacha succeeds to the government of Aleppo. The Hai Vest is All Over Here. It is considered a remarkably Good one. Indeed to key has had a most fortunate year. All the main Soui Ces of her wealth have been produced in great abundance and in Suk galls and Attar of roses she has experienced no less Good Luck than in her crops of com. By sir Henn pots Ger at Liz Faro to Quot of Quot Tes the a Erca tue body May Mealii that so Quot a Quot Cipal belies and not by the in i Quot a Quot a we can Only announce that to have received the Paris Jour nals of thursday but Are unable to extract from them any news. The Moji Steur contains a Royal Ordonnance concerning the Concession of land and property cities in Algeria. The Siech publishes in a supplement printed in Large Type the list of All the deputies who gave their vote in favour of the Cabinet in the question of Tahiti and the Pritchard indemnity. t by Mimi Deal bes and not by the Imp Tuure it and Buegal that lev Jim ii Kong a the colonial legis it Kitwe. Hut is i a the just co Natrul not their language in the they have advanced i can by no Means concur. The Eim a a ithe town of Victoria ?4 of the Colony of Hong Koas of cuff rent from any state of society existing in this country w British Colony and they Are likewise As yet so import Feriv to. I it a Ould Besimi it possible Perii Ipp at any time cd Nainiu at no a i ply to Vliem i Peiples or to Intro tie to them ins Tut m Quot Quot a Quot Hail it Are recognized and established. The Mere Hanii. I a Otter to lord Stanley i observe not Only protein asians ia.tati.>nfordriuniw5the town of Victoria psf Altic opium farm auction duties and other . it a in posed As deterring the chinese Iio u is it ,./ a lifts Degruc tic of the incipient Trade a cd tki a is a the Civ part of the Toniu mtg to p a i irm. R Ira iof uie l Xii enss of a Colony held rather Quot a i u in i y Aad t Fiuzi As a Price of Trade. It appears to i thai lat a Reni cd it tilt nuts futile body have min ii Xvi n thi. . Ita Uon i of soil of r them int or Xung anti am i i uie Trade Wilt fit a a a. As i or a Litany station exc a tour the i Writy of Orang re lip list us necessary. It , therefore a e iia of Abie Tor a a e to imm ? to the re Haiti it Sci tied a the to a the Colony the Expectatci a tilth of u. Parham Sojit let it Slois a is Ritam the whole or tie i i inti ii to we majesty s jul pop use t ,uiaaenuylmi>o8e a it of great Britain the whole or tie Privi Chitai a Tien of the cup Canso i an from >7hich Siose Vej Quot a the Trade Wita Chuia Are to derive the principal Benefit nor Quentlyn can i accede to their retest that the opium Furm a duties or other taxes which have inc lived the Sanction in Aye have received the Madrid journals up to 18th inst., but Uliey Aie totally void of interest. The the potato . Pay Ell announced to ithe Paris Academy in the sitting of the 13th inst., that the potato disease had again made its appearance in different a parts of France notwithstanding the scientific measures taken to prevent it and that therefore other measures ought to be resorted to to prevent its spreading. E.xp01�tati0n a5i> consumption of curious account is i Vii in one of the Fie cd papers of the French Export Trade in eggs. In 1844, the number exported from Fiance As shown by the customs returns was rather Imore than 88 Ini Lions on which the government received an a Export duty of 114,o0ofr., of these 88 millions of eggs 82 a millions Are stated to Hare been exported to England. The consumption of Egga in Paris is about 128 eggs each person making a total of nearly 120 millions annually in that capital alone. The Consi tiption of eggs in a France a reckoned at 9,300 000,000 eggs annually. I Madame Montpellier journal of the 16th inst., says a Quot Madame Lafarge who had been hitherto prevented by illness from quitting her cell went on sunday clothed in the Penitentiary dress to hear mass in the Chapel of the prison. Her Calm and resigned Demeanour appears to have had a salutary effect upon the prisoners. Madame Lafarge having entreated As a favour that she might be allowed to devote herself to the service of the sick prisoners has been charged with the surveillance of the of the King of Hanover. A Hanover july 17.�?his majesty has been suffering for about a week and a report that we would willingly believe to be unauthenticated represents the attack to have assumed a More serious character since yesterday. Accounts of the 18th Are More favourable. The Pressln , july 13.�?it is believed to be certain that the general Synod at its own desire will be allowed to break up for some time and not resume its important labours till after the lapse of some time j and indeed after the violent collisions of conflicting Crews some a repose May be very desirable. The differences bet Vreen Austria and read in the aug Hugh Gazette of the 16th inst. A Quot the differences Between Sardinia and Austria have taken such a turn that it is scarcely possible a commission will be Able to Settle them a Compromise will be necessary. In All probability the matter will be submitted to the arbitration of the King of railway suicide in Russu. A a letter from Berlin of the 14th save Quot yesterday afternoon a Young girl the train on the Berlin to Stettin Raih Fay a near the Village of Pankou my was killed on the instant the a upper part of her body being crushed nearly Flat by the wheels of the Locombo Uve. She was. About .20 years of age and seemed to belong to a respectable station in society. This is the 17th suicide committed on the prussian railways Pince Jan. 1, chiefly by Russia. A the betrothal of the grand Duchess from an Eye witness a the betrothal of the grand. Duchess Olga of Husia with the Price of Quot wii Temberg took place on the 7th instant in the Royal Chapel of the Palace of peterhoff which is situated about four Miles from St. Petersburg and commands a View of the and Plains of Finland. At half past twelve the cot is diploma Tique the Synod consist Imi Rotthe ugh dignitaries of the Church to in ministers and All the High functionaries entered the Chapel. General Field marshal Prince of Quot Wax a saw. Count Paskewich d Eri Van were also present. The Imperial family entered shortly a i surrounded by the court and preceded by the grand master of the ceremonies the gentlemen of the chamber &c., &c., a bearing the insignia of their respective offices. The emperor followed by m aide de Camp led the Empress. The Prince of Quot wii Temberg followed the grand Duke care Witch and the grand Duchess Czar Una. The grand Duchess Olga did not enter tul All tie other members were seated she was Fol a l wed by Prince pm Ter of Oldenbourg the his cd air and Prince Oscar of Sweden. The Prince Royal of Prussia had not yet arrived. The ladies of the court m full court dress and officers of every Grade and distinction the whole Hornung a most magnificent coup a Ceil. The wedding rings were blessed by the officiating prelate my interchange. By the Empress. A Psket sent up announced this first step to ithe Fleet arid the Arpin a Salute of fifty one guns was fired which was the russian Fleet of the Baltic stationed my gaily decorated Between Constadt and peterhoff. Ind by the artillery of the Hapip of sixty thou cd men stationed in the neighbourhood. After g a. Portion of the scriptures prayers were offered up for the Prince of wii Temberg the promised Halsband of her Imperial highness the grand Duchess Olga. Prayers for the Imperial family Are one of the main features of the russian Liturgy and Are constantly repeated. On the conclusion of the ceremony a Salute of 31 guns was fired and the us Ual congratulate cams place. A the Down Ivas chanted. In the evening there was a grand Ball and ruminations at peterhoff and St. Petersburg. The Mare ceremony was to take place in the ensuing week. Olish Posi ampt Gazette of Frankfort has the following from Posen. Dated the 15th a v it is reported Here that the emptor of Russia intends to Grant an amnesty to All the poles a remaining in Ife Eria Kho Ere sept there for the part they to a in the revolution of 1830. M. Kouma Oniski who was arrested and put in i on at Sonnenburg just after a. Last insurrection of Posen for publishing a revolutionary Litho Aphis print has attempted to commit suicide by stabbing himself in four places but he is expected to tee Borneo ? Hon company s Steamer we Getlin. Ressy arrived from Sarawak on the 29th ult. I Verstl ing was quiet when the Phle Gethon left. Or. Bro Olce went big the coast in the Phle Gethon and entered several of the Rivers by the chiefs on or Fitch he us Founty in Cei Ved in a Frie idly manner with Asa Anches of a a port amp Brooke did not venture to i proach the Towata it but Neon proper having received information that a Large fit cd was assembled there and the place strongly fortified guns being mounted Aloi both sides of the rivet and every Jiing Beto Kening determined hostility. Her Mai est s of a i. At 1_____.p n 1 a our Nas come m refer., ence to the opium farm m Especial is greatly to be deplore and we cannot divest oui selves of the impression that it Isis a eat measure to to attributed to the intemperate andr indiscriminate abuse with which every measure of govern pent has been assayed so that complaints against Ali was really objectionable and injurious to the Colony a classed with others for which the government Al waa nov ire use tue oxspring i Thau As dictated by an Earnest Quot responsible and therefore looked More he the offspring s spite and personal feeling it Quot it to a div q a up tit British interests in that free press Jjones 2.colonial. Hora Komi it. We invite attention to the ,. Allowing extracts from the cd re a fair of .21st May 1846.thai memorial to which i. Gladstone s Desi atch is a re a wis sized by the first Ane chants in the Colony the China mail though the Iff fial Channel in which Gover sent notifications Are published cannot be called Golem Mene fax go Nita edit rial department a entirely Independent of the govern ment. Still its opposition is usually urged in moderate in Mage and it has of several occasions undertaken the defence of government. Wien a Roumal which pursues such a course finds it necessary to. Oppose the government the presumption is that opposition a redly anti i gentle required. our private correspondence that its comments on or. Gadstone s Depatch f quoted below exp a sentiments try some of Ite most eminent and influential anti i Mere hat to both at Hong Kon and cantons of some to who took no part in memorising the Colomal office Furni the China if ail of May 21 exec by the governor is pleased to direct that the Rab Jom exp rate a a despatch lately received from the the a Sty. Principal see re to of Bute for the to lome in reply to a memorial from the merchants be put shed for general information a a ,. P. W. A. Buob colonial Sec colonial office Victoria Hong Konsur loth Mav 1848 Quot with resp to the on who i la have be Diot the a to Beau new a the present repro Anestas As lie subject has been already Ejli austed both in sir he tit Metca Neffle body u would be supers Oua in me to renew the amp to desire to Advance the interests of the Community at Lare la like manner the Efficacy of the memorial called of ostensibly by the police rate but Wlinich devoted Only a Brief paragraph to that subject has been greatly impaired Jiha it ing a made. To embrace so Many other subjects a a complaint that it May possibly have excited in the gee in to for the colonies a Adverse to the M�mo-riali8ts, the subsequent correspondent was no calculated to remove. The rejoinder on behalf of to merchants was a piece of very Clever writing and Hadt i controversy been a person us one would have been a telling but this is precisely the style which is least opera Tive with governments from whom As our London or Sponden remarked Quot temperate remonstrance will Fraim More than invective and we Trust it is not Yot too Date to try the Experiment and that Plain Aud respectful represent tons of the partly Zig effects of such measures As the opium farm win be Laid before government for the informal wot the authorities at Homo. In his reply to the a merchants memorial of August last or. Gladine has unfortunately been seduced into thi same species of Clever but not convincing re zoning As to writer of the Hong Kong memorial. Quot it appears to a. He says Quot that in this representation the mercantile body have altogether mistaken the object of great Britain in occupation of Hong Kong. That occupation was decided on solely and excl vely with a View to commercial inter. And for the Benefit of tse engaged in the Trade with clip As a naval or military station except for the Security Commerce. Hong Kong is unnecessary. It would the tel ots it be impossible for me to hold out to the merchants settled Fri the Colony the expectation that her majesty s govern my feb will propose to parliament that it should pose upon great Britain the whole or the principal portion of the expense of an establishment from which those enga Aii in the Trade with China Are to derive the Principi we Are Here told that the occupation of the Island ital decided upon solely with a View to the advantage of Commerce. This is an important admission but the it reduce or. Gladstone draws from it is que est Iota Able namely Fiat the residents at Hong Kong should alone by at the by Pic i supporting the expenses of government from Whit them fellow in beets at the open ports who Are also Quot Erica in i in the Trade with China Quot and enjoy the full Bend Fitow a British Protection Are exempt. Tho object of Graf Britain in the occupation of Hong Kong a to protein not the interests of individual merchants but a important Branch of National Commerce which in the shape of taxation on a single import from China produces tenth part of the enormous Revenue of the country. It Yufik to secure so valuable a traffic from the vexatious inter rep teens to which it had been formerly exposed that a of arts undertaken and the Island of Hong Kong declared Pait of the British dominions and it would be equally reasons by to have called upon those who chanced to be Quot eng if the Trade with China Quot to pay the expenses by the army and Navy As now to demand of those my a have established themselves at Hong Kong to support Quot thai whole or the greater part Quot of its civil establishment. Memoria lists think the Colony should be looked upon Quot aate military and naval station giving great brit am the Coniff Mand of these seas Quot to which or. Gladstone replies a at Quot As a naval and military station except for Tho Security of Commerce. Hong Kong is but admitting Quot this does it follow that the expense is to fall upon those residing within the Colony who info in the advantages derived from the brit China or. Gladstone May Settle intent a by rest assured that the polic the about to pursue has already checked and nearly sex Ting Islip a the Only Trade that Ever could have flourished Here ant ii fast sin dog the Hopes of those merchants who were Teer qua fied to cherish it and whose Only Confidence by in a Diange of measures More consonant with Tho doctrines pm prevalent at Home. To them the Resolution of the Colomal office will be regarded As fatal to the prospects of the local Trade of Hong Kong and trusting More to their own a a Kii ence and the evidence of their ledgers than to the reasoning of the minister for the colonies they will one after either desert the Colony and resort to Canton or the nor of a re pop of Macao to which places the Trade they came Here to cult Iii vate has been driven and that not by the land sales Norty assessments on property but by the adoption of an Unwin i and obsolete system of granting monopolies and farming exclusive privileges to Trade. A we Are not exaggerating the impending evil and to ire or. Gladstone can review his decision unless the get Terii sees fit to suspend it on the sex Pic a of the present opium far not a few of the houses Here will be shut up so that Ere Long the mercantile Community of Hong Kong ill be confined almost exclusively to those engaged in the coast Trade. As this will not probably Lessen the expenses of government Are we to infer Froin or. Gladstone s reply time the present or even a larger Revei be is to be raised Franj those who remain ? or when the Colony is ultimately fed Taij to Quot a naval and military station Quot will the colonic propose that Heng Kong should be declared an Quot unnecessary Quot dependency of the British Crown ? let him first to Pray Castig aside the prejudice that intemperate Friend May have created against us acquaint himself with tli8> a True bearings of the question and so bring them under lift consideration of parliament and with such an advocate there will then be utile reason to doubt that the Heuse of Botn Mons will consent to Bear the principal portion if not Liisu whole expense of establishments intended for tiie Security of Commerce whether conducted by residents or by merchant who have not found it necessary to Settle in the Colony. Mie Tomt. A lord Marcus Hill had an audience of the Queen yesterday at Buckingham Palace and had the honour to kiss hands on being appointed comptroller of her majesty a household. His lordship received from her majesty he Wand of office. Her majesty visited her Royal highness the Princess Sophia yesterday at her residence at Kensington. His Royal highness Prince Albert presided yesterday at meeting of the commission for promoting and the Fino arts in the rebuilding the Palace of Westminster. Prince Albert attend by or. Eastlake afterwards went to the new Palace a inspected the new houses of parliament. The Royal dinner party yesterday at Buckingham Palace Mouded her Royal highness the Duchess of Kent his Serene highness Prince Ofle Ningen Laly Anna Mari Dawson Baroness de Speth and Earl Spencer. Miss Goddard a child Only nine years old performed of the piano Forte by command of the Queen on thursday eng. At Buckingham Palace before her Jia Jesty Ai i Prince Quot Bert and her Royal highness the Muchew of Kent and the Royal Circle. The pieces performed were two fantasias the ene by Kalkbrenner and the other Bytho lbs add their execution elicited the approbation of her Majes and her Royal Consort. To their Royal High Nesses the Duchess of Cambridge audit sire diary grand Duke a errand Duchess of Meek i Bargh Strelitz honoured the peril Romance of the Freije plays with their presence yesterday evening. 1 ant f it review with sir George Grey yesterday at the Home office. ,. 1 lord Moray had ask it review wit ii tiie Earl of a Ndon yesterday at the office of the Board of Trade or c. Grenfel had also an the Noble Ewhhis exc Quency the danish Mim Isten transacted business yesterday at the foreign office. Quot Quot the at Tomey general had an interview with St a a Oree a office. Or. John Wood chairman of the excise had an it Mew with the Chancellor of the exchequer yesterday at Hia official residence in Downing Street. Or. Davia had an interview with the right soul t. Miniot Gibson yesterday at the office of the Board Oil be. also an interview with the right hoi gentleman Itie Marquis of Anglesey had a interview with sir George Greyt Osterd. I re also an interview with the right a n. Baronet . St. James s Pima Cei july 24.�?the Queen a. A Post the following lords int waiting in Ordinary Eden Odearl of Morley vice Oeor amp Shontai Earl of to ton he Gorge Tencis. Ear Ducie Viscount Hawarden Trand How r vice tyly a to a to by

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