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Ire previously iven. ; '
Adveit'raemeotsby the year oral montns wii
,e made at a Dollar per month for each aqua
viih the privilege of changing the form ev ery
Tbo King had been urged, since the at-
empt of Alibeau, to establish body puard,
hut would not listen to it, saying that buyo-
ets had not been wanting, and that he
Uuld rather expose bis life than submit to
inch servitude. His majesty had addressed
he following letter to the archbishops and
bishops of France:
Seiereng J?ir- A new auempi nas jnst
hieatened my life. Providence has pre
served it. Aly gratitude is raised toward
llim who has covered with his powerful
and a life entirely devoted to the welfare of
ranee. I have the firm conviction that
heir persevering protection will air. me in
(wet for religion, order and law. My iriW-n-
ion is that s solemn It Lfeum and thanks-
vinas should be celebrated in all the
churches of your diocese '
Paiis, 87th June, I8$6r
Alrbeau had attempted suicide. Galig-
puni'i Messenger gives the following account
bl it: . ......
One of bis keepers having gone out for a
tnoment lo' get.iow. tobacco.to cbew,. he
leqiieated ibe other Irho was wil' hnn t
a and hasten his return. Thn latter had
kcarcelv turned his back, when the prisoner
fcndeavored-twice to dash .out his brains
VB..rf tW..tl; hnt the Keener was too
jniiitk for bim, and seaed him by the clothes,
vinir 'Ah! mv tine teuo! iou wish iu
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at me trick, which would have been the
mn of me f Alibeau at first endeavored to
urn it off is a joke, but afterwards acknowl-
dued his real intention, asserting thnt it
Las not for want of courage that he atteuip
M his life, but be. hjidbecome disgusied
kvith his ' 'present state of "existence, and
Lihed to save himself from eight more
kreansome days, tie is ai times proaign
fcf his expressions. One of tbem is 'My
hime begins with the first letter of the al
phabet, and the king was yet to tear an tne
real of the letters Another la naiev
ri mav be mv fate, mv name will be known
lhrnugb all Europe, end my devotion of my
fcelf honored by all true patriots."
Advices from Madrid, or the 23d June
speak of an arrangement to be entered into
by a leunion of the grandees, to guarantee
a loan. Should this fail, it is said the queen
will oledne the f oval domains.'
A letter from Smyrna, dated June so,
.. . . .
published in the Journal of Commerce of
the 30th. contains alarming accounts from
Greece, The kingdom is said to be swarm
ing with small bands, assembled under na
tive chiefs conspicuous for their dislike of
the Bavarians. The writer even says mm
King Olho is not expected to return; ai.d
the monarchy is on the. eve of falling to
pieces. . .We place little confidence in these
It waa rumoured in Paris on the SOlh ult
bat the Sultan of Turkey had consented (o
dismiss the Reia Effendi, on the demand of
Also, that General Villareal.chier ir. com
mand of the Carl isls, recently appointed on
account of the feeble health of Eguia, had
himself tendered his resignation nominally
From tti Courier FrancaU of Sunday,
'Last evening, about 6 o'clock, new at
tempt was made upon the King's life, which
fortunately proved as unsuccessful aa the
r mer, . Jmst as tlis ftlaiesty bad entered
his carnage,' to return to Neuilly, and was
I'HSiino under the salewar leadihn to the
''ayV a f ouns man who-had placed bun-
n the side oKsite to that (f the Na-
mtial board, lilted up a cane, iu which a
pirto) ban el bad been fixed placed it on ihe
"mage door, and fired it at the Kino.
"'Louis Philip was that moment bowing to
the National Guards tbroush the other win-
VV hetherhe'Issaisirr fit gitiledv
"r, as is Mated, was pushed while engaged
uKing aim. the ball did nut touch the
M'lB, Wbo ltniiiPilinl-li flr llifl fiil(HIOII.
"Vde a siiih that he 'waa not wounded, and
Vrdejed, the; coach lev be driven on to Ne-
iiiiijr. The King was wkli the Queen, and
sister Jnadarne Ada a de. and t detach
pQi'nt 'of draeoona escorted the carriaire.
va neutog tue explosion the riUonI
Guard rushed on the man, wbo atiltjbeftfi
in weapon in nis nana, no wso ur in
treated, but the officers interfered,4 and hav
mg represented the importance of hit be
ing put rnloejijiyt of justice, the rison-
er was brought to room, above tne grouna
searched, in order to sscertain if he had no
arms concealed. A poiitaid was found in
bis side pocket M. Gisquet, who- was
then in the Tuileries, with several other
public functionaries immediately repaired
to the guard house, and proceeded to exam
iue the individual arrested. He refused to
tell his name, and when recognized by sev
eral persons who knew him, said he was a
commercial traveller, and that his name was
Alibeau, lie pretended that Alibeau waa an
assumed name, and refused to give his real
one from reoard to his familv. lie was
then asked if be had been agitated while
aiming at the King; and if it was not agita-'
lion that had dt-iauged ine direction ol tne
arm? le replied with much composure,
that he felt no emotion; and that if he had
missed his aim. it was owing to bis having
experienced a shock or puabv,ftf which he
could not account. He was finally asked,
if he repented his crime, be answered in
the negative, and added that if tt'waa to be
done over again, be should "hot hesitate to
do it;that he had no further explanation to
gve, because in this age toegotiain,in which
sny thing like conviction or devotion was no
longer to be found, no one could appreciate
or understand his motived
'During the examination active enquiries
were made and it was discoveied llui this
young man had enteied the Place du Ca
rousel about 4 oVhak, by the gate of the
Triumphal Arch; that he had cmverad
some time with a National Guard on indif
ferent matters, snd left bim when he saw
the King's carriages proceeding from the
stables ol the Palace, saying, 'I think the
person I am wailing (or .will not come, and
went off in t duectton of the Court." tie
repaired from thence to the gate of the
Pit I ace next to the quay, and there remained
in a group of people who were wailing for
the Kihg'a departure. His appearance, it
seems, did not awaken any suspicion, and
no utie 4serve4 the ctrne he"car fied""ia"1i is
hand, and which contained the deadly weap
on. This instrument led to the discovery
of Alibeau. Bv an extraordinary chance
the gunuiaker who manufactured it (a ser
geant in the Nation! Guard, happened" to
be on duly at the Xmlicries. and 4'dt incum
bent on hi hi to give the Magistrates eveiy
inform ilion in Ida oower. He staled that
weapon siezed un the assassin bad been
ihade in his tstauUsUment, -wMh-meny otb44.prtble7 bet -sdded-rhn report. -a-fliurdmg to
ers of the same kmdr tbat he was aware or
its being a Violation of the lawa to have
made and sold au. li a weapon; but ih'il as
tbe affair was of so" serious s naitira lie did
not hefilate to conf-as it. The lodging of
the individual nvsled was Alien discovered;
and the oner.of the bouse having Immmi
sent for, recognized the pnsoiwr to be Ali
beau. He s ti(Mi: had lodged iu his house,
but that he had gone oil without paying hnn.
leaving irr pledge ' his passport, which has
been dcliveicd hnn iu Lyons, and mention
ed his having been boru in that city.
On being confronted with the sentinel of
ihe national- guar .t, he had con versed - with
at the gate of the Caroussel, he cooly ask
ed him 'Did vou observe that I betrayed the
least emotion while spcakini with you? Af
ter this confrontation Alibeau was phced in
a hacknev coach aud conveyed under a
Urge escort to tlw Concierg-ie,where be no
doubt underwent another examination. He
was lodged in the room formerly occupied
by Fieschi. He was dressed in a neat frock
coal, but bis shirt was dirly and in rags,
and was without stockings. " About 12 oT
clock Iwt nti;bt the Attorney General and
Prefect of Police were still at the Lom ier
gie interrogating him. his M. Martin Du
Nord who his commenced the proceedings.
Alibeau, or the individual known by that
name, is tall snd slight; his hair black, and
hia complex ion pale. Only MsousiJ ld)were
found in his p' kets.
In the evening, all the Ministers, the
Peers, and the Deputies present at Tans,
went out to Neuilly to congratulate the
King on bis escaper tns m ym waa i
Sunday, In the ratace to ine i unrn.
is said that the Qnen lok out of the king's
hair some ol the wadding thai nao neen
lodged therein- It was also repwted that
courier had been despatched to the Dukes
of Oi leans snd Temours, to invite tlrem to
return in all baste to Paris.
From the Journal des Debats,
Testerdav evening, et a quarter past six
o'clock, at the) moment when the Kih-j was
passing through the uuicnei oi me i uncr
les, in frontof the Point Royal, to return
m Neuillv. a vounir man aged 2S or 80
.r.. fired noon his .Majesty, close to Ins
bicllUhougU -speciesof fire tarmsVoid
the form of a walking cane. Airesu-a bi
il.M instant bv the National uuarus,
ho were underarms with their odors in
compliment to. Jhe King, the assassm was
rWroed into the ouardhouso, and with dif-
ficuity saved from being lorn to pieces.
It. .irnnoM rli a nre one of those Na
i;n...t n.,.,,!, mx'i tuu-maker, of the
UefJer. wha immediately lerogomzed the
iriMiiifer a. an. indi vulual to whom some
two or three inonlhi bufore he-had sold the
canon he had inst discharged, and whitli
the piisTMier, a traveller for a silk wrehoiise
man,,- pretended he wanted as a pattern or
sHcimen for the purpose of sales for the
manufacturer, and Inventor, M Devisme.
The prisoner admitted the fact,- as well as
that Jus name ( ficutotu one probabI)wia
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rflibeau and that be had lived in theNv'e
Valois'. The prisoner is of s dark comply
ion, with a greathbeard, which aurrountb
his chin. His costume waa apparently dx
cent and clean, but it concealed a very much
soiled shirt, which be avowed be bad worn
for three weeks 3
' 'There were found upon him two very
short clay tobacco pipes, 12 sous, calico
pocket handkeicbief, which had never been
hemmed, and which was disgustingly filthy
t board romb and in a fine, s couteau
poignard (dagger) open, with a ailver han
dle, and some paper wrapped found the
blsde, with which weapon he declared he
intended to tuve killed himself, and he did
in fuel, attempt to sub himself, but was pre
vented. He displayed Vast mtsurance and
tflroutery. He refused to give any satis
factory answer to the questions put to him.
Lyitig on the guard bed be looked around
with audacity, and said tJ tliose present
'If I were, free I would do the same thing.'
'The Attornev General and the Prefect
of Police arrived at the first intelligence of
the crime and proceeded to examiue him ;
after ; which he was brought to the prison
of the Conciergie, uudvr s sliong militaiy
Correspondence yf the Sew Yk Star.'
LivcaroOL, June 24.
The crisis is still impending. Tim Commons
have rejected the principle, but utterlv abolish I
tnr the deiailu of the- Peers' Bill tor auiiihilviinf 1
Muniripal Corporaiiona in IrttlanJ O.i .Moo lay
werkfJune 14) the Cjinm.Mis wnnl iiiu serbus
biiaineM ItfguUtiou ijn,u ihe Bill, and, in two
hours, eirhiy of ihe original clau.se were res'.ur-
ed -with iieariie a word of ojiu siiiun Iroin the
Tories, I'eel nifrrly protmlintf axiusi the deci
sion of the m il rily bt-eii considured' as involving'
the acquiescent', ol In. aide ol the house. Un
ihe next day, die Bill waa completely mad. up
(on the plan which I have alreaJy sent you) and
a committee appointed to draw up lite reasons
whv 'he Com. lions decline amieptiiiir the a
nwadnwnurr uf,.Uu,Iird4 Ua. k'ndjty niifht.
(his Cu'iimlttee, (enislslinir ol su ne of the Min
isters, O' Con nel I, and niii-r (literal members,)
made ilieir rciwrt to' the House, aiM their rea
sons" were immediately stumped wiih approval
and cmninuuicaied to the reers, in What is call
ed a Cuunniuee ol Conference.
Sptiuir KeeHChsnrettorof The" ExohequefT
was the eriMi who brought dntvu Ui llio b-r of
Ihe Commons llie anresaid ' reaama." ney
comnlalned. and i isllv.rasr Von inu-i hve nolle
ed.) Uiat ths" Insii Corjraiion Bill reiurued
from the Peers aa ool the same ua that receiv
ed by ihein."
It was toundeil on a new principle, bore a new
lille, and varied completely in lt enactments
froiii that sent, up by llie Coinniona. It must
therefore be cmsi 1-red as an otiuul oill
Now. the riifhi of Mie Peer ti amend was un
Ihir ancient tisane and rules of . rarliaumui,
was Impassible lit consider an original bill, it pas
sed as an amendment, with Ihe necessary atten
The report eoncludea-thua . (
l'lie scaiidiLtua abuseam.lhe Corporation of
Ireland are ailmitled by all, and Ihe Commons
have considered I lie exisleiiC'' of n:h abuses to
te a just iiroiuid of Complaint. Tney tht-relore
eiideuvorej lo mil nd those Crporalius. But ll
iheir bill iu hiiten l l-icliaut d into a inea-ure
abolish a Nysleai which has existed lor upwards
ol six centuries, which in no former period, not
even dor, 114 internal coin "oliiiii land rivil war, II
ever uroOied lo alfdi-h lite Coilintons do
- r r .
not conceive that an Hii.e-imenl ol surh an unpre
evdeuied .naiurejjan. josilybe el''d amtMig
those well considered me inines of iiiij)iViVeiieitl
which, Parliament lias pit d,'ed ilself to p.tsa."
The ' reasons' sra:iisl Hie Lord's a iietidiiicnts
having been reaJ lit the II tuse of L--.nls, by ttie
Maripi.sid Lansiiowne.it was agreed mat tney
should oe coosideied on Friday, (ut-morroJ but
on MttiiJay eveiiliiu. it was agreed, on the sug
gestion ol Hie Duke ol VVellingioii itial the de
bate should not comoienee until nexi iHitnoay
so Diat you cannot iioir il.e result until next
V bat will ( dtne, mumecsn 'S?. Some
reporia have 11 that ibere ia a split 10 the Tory
camp; Jbe Duke .of Ve!lingtui bla.uiu Lord
Lyndliurst lor pushing Un to sueit an exire-
llllltf Lhal r e l.oiit. must i i-bi yieiu 01 ream,.
an intermediate eotir-o beiiiii now quite out of 1I10
anesiiun. U.her rumors have it, mat llio Lotds
. . . . . 1 ..ii... .1...
are resolved tn njecl tne run as lesioruu 010
Commons. A third oil dU is, that ihe P.rjrs
will uriuii Corporations to some fix (instead 01
tutlve) of the larger. Irish towns, anu then at
tempi a 'compromise.
1 he London Courier, wnicn ia, or auecin h,
be pre) ty much in Ihe eonlldence ol .viiuisieis,
hints that ahould the Peers cuitinue refractory ,
itMir will be- a prorooathMi of Parliament until
o mber." Wliai H.sible goLd can be obtained
i.u .,imi aien. I camio; see. A dissiilui nii 01
V . " r' r. . . .. . l. j 1 .
Parliauielll Would liol, I iiiiiih, oo utiy ing
th .Ministers, they have as larjje a woikmjj ma
iorilv now as any new elcctiou could give itieui
may add, lo nuw you on wuai smj ma.
..ffor.nihe l orv thirds can raise mountains
...1 ..f nu.lebills'. lhat on f ridat . aliei tne con
ference with a Commitie. ol ihe (Uounnona, uoru
v W m ,
lluddinulon made a formal eo nplauit mat ins
...l..,ain had not COIIOUCI U - III cohivhumj.
VOII - ......... ' ' " "
with the rules and standing order ut the nous,
the Luda auwd ouewvered. instead of situng
.....u I...ia .in dun 11 ir ihe CeremollV." .
, this absurd comwlaml, whicii i Lord IL
uxoiied 10 consider as 01 vital 1
m. ..f Lansdowue fa Cabinet lmisler was
iblTgedtoTT)1yr His exphmstion was thatHts
vertence that the customary forui bad been de
...njji fY.m: Ourinir a irreat part of the confer
ence. Hie Lords stood up with their hats olf; but
in the firsi instance, wnen tne isomiuous ""
Hie ro.nn. ihey wer. aeaied - He apprelwnded
ii.at noadaiitags would be uken el iha eucum
i. nwn on nion is. the Peers will not abate an
Inch. I believe luey have tbe King Uta tbem
in ht an, if hot in deed." bappw that a proru-
giKion took pla-what tit "It avail r w 11 it
7...U- ih. Lords atsimilate Uthe popular feelings
of the Commons ? Let Melbourne peruii.l such
. : .. 1 ... il.i,,i,, ih uame awaV. .
a ii J duo . " - , .
VVi.il. Parliament are assembled, the King
J iuii uut hia liberal ministry. -Ltl rar
1 r u,r.i in-i can lakem the Duke to
morrow, didve PsrliameSt. and h. I ra
. l ...... ..iK until ih. Commons turn them
UIUS, WkVV. Y wm.ww -
i ,K,nt th. Lords will notvield-issan indica-
tioo they threw out the Govwuaienrt . Chancery
Refiva Bill last Monday week, by a vuU of 9 1
to 89. ' . , . 7 1 '
Juhs JliJl-8 6'ehek,P. Jf.
As ths packet did nut sail thia morninir. I am
L Sh to eraemuaieal the resafloflhs celebrated
cftsiaii.eaae (nune vs. 14 Meibuein.;
waich wa L" 1 at Mmdoa ihtaay More yes
lrd M.lMarrM Is acquitted.
The trial eurantf ced at about tea o'clock in
the morning, and concluded at twelve o'clock at
eight, oeeapyuif fourteen hours. Sir William
ft wllet opened Mr. JVifton s esse ie a very vio
lont speech, inliningsiuU(faelgainst Lord
Melbourne, scarcely any of which ware, sustain
ed by the evidenoa. 'Ihe witnesses,? for must
part, were servanta who bad lived wiibae nor
loos. It waa eertiin that Melbourne was a WuJ
ennstant visitor, but it was not proved that he had
bad criminal conversation with lh. lady. VVbea
he came lo lh. house (Norton being necessarily
absent on hia duties aa Polio. Magistral.,) Mrs.
Norton waa denied to all uibsr visitora. 1 he
must important witness waaone John V. Cook.
The last advices we have from ths Texian
force, are contained in a letter from Gen. Green,
dtied at hia head quarter, upon the Braxos, June
28. "On the 5ih invt," he writes.'." ! look
Kanta A n na out of the I hvinctble, upon th e high
s-a. On the 9th, the monatroua fact la develo
ped three hundred miles disiani ; tbe retreating
Mexican army was ordered to retrngade half
way between San Patricio and Metamra.
This must hav. been under Ihe calculation thai
Santa Anna waa aafs in Vera Crux. But we
have bun still, and we will keep him until we
get what we ask for, and we will ask for much."
On the 8th, I wasorVered by ths Govern
ment with the army omler tny command, to
inarch against ihe Northern Indiana, and having
marched thus far under ihe order, you aee w.
have again to fight the Mexicans. I march to
morrow with all the force in thia part of the
country, tu unite with Hie southern division of
the army under General Rusk. To day 1 have
ordered Brevet Brig. Felix Houston iu advance
with the cavalry, and act as the advance of my
army. VV. wil! assemble in a few days a force
of 400 men upon tbe Col vadd, where we ought
tu fight Urtea. The soldiers ire in good health
and spirits. They have grieved much hereto
fore; for fear alf ihe laurels' were tn be- wen by
the victors of San Jacinto."
The Naiches Courier of the 18th ult states
that letters were received n the previous day
in thai city, from General F.lix Houston, dated
near Washington (T.xa.) 23d June, . which
8laie.trTat tbe ' writer riad been ordered to join
th. main army with despatch that the Texiana
were ticking lo the field with great ardor,$c. lhat
the ladies had determined nut lo leave their
homes a-'ain for the Mexicans, who are spoken
of, a soldiers, with the utmost contempt by ihe
writer, t he Courier expresses the opinion that
the apiH.ir.iment of Gen. Lamar to ihe command
of the Texian army could not have been intend
ed as (uspendinir Gen. Houston. As ore reason
fur this opinion, it refers to the difference in the
titles adiioted by these uttieers. In their arf.lre
see lo the- army. Gen; Houston styles himself
: commander-ta-chiel," while that" adopted by
Lamar ia " major general cumniandinit, &e.
The following paragraph ia copied hum the
New York Star :
Glorimts news from Texas if trite: A letter
from a highly reepecinble genttaman at Alcxan
Iria, Red River, dated July Hi, stales lhat in
lellineric ha"f j'ISl been leceived "tin re, lhat
tin Mexican forces hail made an attempt to erR
the Colorado, and were met by the lexians, ami
repuUed wiih the loss ol 800 men killed, besides
many wounded and taken prisoners.
Lttlexl From Tcxut. The bark Charles P
Wil i nns arrived at ew Orleans 011 Hie I8ih
ult. from Matagorda Bay, which place she leli
111 the 9th, briujfiiia uboui ninety pas ngers
.chiefly women and children ; the major prl t
theiu Mexican families from the country aM
C4-i)l to Texas. The removal is said tu bo in
conformity wiih an order l.roiu Gen. Rusk, h'
is 11 01 nu to lay waste Uiat part ol in. cuuniry. in
rder lo li hi rasa Ihe Mexican army un their
march, as by this means they would be left
without f.Htd for themselves or lurajre lor tuel
horses The Charles V. V illiama cmtradicis
he reixirt that the Mexican bnir Vencedor del
Uauio had blia:kaded the l'exian brig Briiins ai
XUinoorda. Th. bfiir that was laken lor the
Vencedor del Alamo, must have been the lex
tan Iki Duranro. Th armed Texian Sehoo
ners Invinciiile, Brutus, a.id Revenge, sailed on
he 9ih lo cruise off ihe ftlex'can coasl and w
blockade the port of Meiamoras.
Thn Texian army, by ihe last accounts, was
encamped at Victoria, un lh Guadalnupe river,
. . 1 . 1 :
walling the approaun in. enemy, ann in
creasing in numbers, ine meaican army is
Ooriuentraling ona rising grounu.two nines ais-
Uul Inmi .Metamoras, ami nave sent 10 ine uii
sion ol the army on the borders of Texas, hi join
tbem. iuienduiif to enter lexasin a bony.
WV. . Jour. lorn.
AFFA1 IN FLORIDA."
From the Miliedgeville Kporier, July 36.
Our intelliaence Irom Florida is, thai Gover
nor Call, who has ihe command ol the entire
force lo be engaged against ihe oeminoiea.onij
rfeliva il.e cnniiienceineiil tit another campamn
.mil thn arrival ol I.UUU foiunieers iruui u-
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neaaee. which are daily expected, lie hopes,
with tlie Tennessear.s, ths V tonus mums, auu
ihe United Stales troops in the territory, to com
mence the campaign by the jai ul Auuat.
iiiiMigst th o'her objectaof the p-eseut uwusufts.
Is lhal ol uestrjyinjr in. c:p o, ,u inm
Wm erv much tear lhat Ihe climate 01 r ion
J. uiii n.,.n iha worst f ja these irouua will
- - j .1
meel with. .
We cannot accede to ths propriety of carrying
iro-.ps from Tennessee into ill. malarious swamps
rVli.rld tn -thir -month (Aeestw-4tW'iU,-i-wer
doubt not, be aiteoded wuti a wsste ol oamaa
Ida which the object to be attained win ut n
n.u.nwu.n.tion. In regard to the health uf lh
iroopa already there, we may Judge from the fol
lowing facta: At FortDrane, at our last ac
counts, uul of the comparatively amall force ata
tioned there, there sr. leported Utf on ths aick
l.ai mna whom are five out of seven olllceia.
From Black Creek, the accounts are truly de
plorable fitly twu have died there in iny uaja.
The Indiana are still in small parties. cota-
W.liihg'depredaiions. The only question is,
em th.y, in the succeeding sickly months, be
followed into lbs swamps, and routed frosa them
A CrfTeaoonJent of the Baltimore Re
publican atales that a remedy for the fly in
wheat will be found, by passing the seed
wheal throuffk a strong bune or pickle.wash
ing ft well, and then rolling it in slacked
hme. not Dreparinfl at one ume more thtaa
; day'Mowtog....; .. , .... 1 . 7.
The Portland Advertiser publishes an
extract from a letter from Ohio, describing
singular rencontre between Oen. Boyti
lon of Ohio and the Hotspur Governor of
Michigan.. The wiiter was a witness of
the scene which took place at Detroit: It
appeara lhat a conversation arose relative
to the boundary line and the admission of
Michigan into the Union. Offended at
some remarks inadvertently dropped while
dining at the American Hotel, Mason veil
ed the carving knife and made an attempt
to heart him. Gen. B. saw his movement
in time to ward olf the blow wrenched the
kjiife fiom him threw l.im on the floor,
p4Juafoot on hiin and tore his coal to
pieces-Ahen threw him into the street,
seized sroaifed' horse whip and give hiin a
severe flagellationV which the writer re
marks, soon cooTeJri1:e".KHe'rnor
Mason must have had a lesson, whicli'Y '
teach him to be careful in future how
attempts to enforce his arguments by means
or the carving-knife. If his conduct was
as represented, he has shown - himself un
worthy of the station he occupies. He
should forthwith be degraded from his of
fice of Governor and appointed head wait
er at ihe American Hotel. ..Lie must he
bettor qualified to flourish a carving-knife
than lo preside over the administration of
the State. Boston Atlas. -
Ufe in Mississippi. A letter from a gentle
man in Canton, Miaa.daied July 8ih, tu bis
friend in thin place contains ihe following :
" Our community has been thrown into a state
of excitement in the last few days, by aeveral
shocking murders. 1 he first was the case of an
overseer wbo killed a negro on the plantation of
John B. Pease. Verdict of the inquest " delib
erate and wilful murder." Th. person charged
waa brouirhl hi town, examined before a justice,
and admitted to bail in lh. sum of 120001 The
second was the murder of a Mr. Harris, who was
killed by a man pamed Bird and his son H ade
Bird. A dispute arose about a tuition bill, when
the Birds fell a Harris, t(i old . man holJjng
him while the son slabbed him fifteen or twenty
times with a dirk, till he fell and expired ! liar-
is fought inanlully, having during the fcufile
shot the son in the abdumen St. wounded htm so
wely in the back, besldea subbing tns elder
Bud several tunes, l u. isirda have been eonv-
tnitted lo Vicksburg jad. Two or, three days
after this, Win. S. Eastwick abut ,a man in
Manchester named Allen, a mail rider.. tut waa
acquitted on bis examination before a magistrate.
i'un lie opinion goes against tins Decision.
Besides all ihia there haa lately been soms
lynching 01 some shopKeepers on tbe road be
tween this snd nianchesiei. lor selling wnisaey
10 and harboring negroes. F.ach of ths lynched
received aboulone hundred lashes.: Una ol tbem
has taken refuge here, bul ha. received mrtice to
uuil th. Sutlo. Many of our oitiaeoa are oppos-
d to this practice, and are resolves 10 maintain
lie supremacy of the laws. They have deter
mined, therefore, lo resist the illegal attempts of
From the New York Slar. 1
There is nothing that Mr. VanTBuren
dreatls so much aa an organized and sjiirit
ed opposition at the approaching President
ijul campaign. He has reason 'to apprej
lu'iid'tiie result "of union and energy, and
is therefore exceedingly anxious to create
the impression that the Government candi
date"! oilier worda the nominee of the
President, he is invulnerable, and that re
sixianco being hopeless, submission is the
most prudent stepr Inr pursuance of this
plan of opealione, he commands one wing
of the armv of office-holders, and General
Jackson commands llio olhcr, and they sur
round the people, calling upon them to lay
dowu their arms, ami oll'sritig to parole
them, on condition of their taking no part
against Mr.' Van Buren's projects as long
as his atiminiatration lists. Nothing is
easier for the people lo accomplish than W
cut their way through this line of mercina
ries, and they are bound ao to doby.every
consideration of patriotism anu puouo goou.
The moat fatal error that una country can
lossibly pursue, ia to submit to corruption
and misrule when there is power to pros-
tr.11, it. .We have seen wonders pcriorm-
ed by a smalt army 5 we have seen a small,
w nriranized ana nriii party, uj
much more powerful and united body;
but here is the JJeroocratic party 01 mo
nion opposed to Mr. Van Buren, cspabU
.f defeatinir htm. ana giving, we uj-t
new liberty to the country. iiuojr
ihiA iht Mr. Van Buieu is capable of par
alyaing their efforts by a mere uecumion
iw he. being the choice of Gen. Jackson
is iu vulnerable f He sn,ouiu nuj ,
lei . i.lnw at least be struck for freedom,
Y ... , I I . .
snd the result will show that 11 nas not
been struck in vain. We have been fre
quently asked to give Mr. Van Buren a
liberal chance in Hie . cs uinaw w
his favor ; to set down those that are doubt-
a i ii,.,.n il.at ara certain. We will
UI Wllll'i" 1 ---- , e
do so. We will go beyond the bounds of
prolmbiliiy and let us see where ue swuu. .
- New Ilampahirei
With this liberal and incredible allow,
ance.- ho is r.ilt an immense disunce fr?m
the Presidency; but were he -ten, time as
imnr was his election secure beyond
Joubt,. ia he. to be permitted, without a
hto county the
by tU present rulers t Are we atl such
base submissioniats to know that be ia not t
the man to be entueted with power ; that
there is force enough to prostrate him, and 1
yet not to use it not to pot forth an ' arm
of defiance ? We mistake the character of
this country ir wo believe that this or any '
election can be permitted to go by default '.
Let the Republican party be up, active and '
vigilant, and the reign of corruption ceases '
forthwith. . . . .
Extract of m Utter from Mississippion, to ths
Editor qfth Richmond Iflig.
"But for Ihe Public Land, there would be fw
Van Buren men indeed in this part of lb. world.
The old settled counties ars strongly sgainal
him, and the independent new settlers from Ike .
South, independent I mean, in eircumstaness. -But
in the parts of ths Slates just reclaimed
from Ihe Indians, Van Bursa ia strong, not ia
hi 00 atrengtb but in that of ths. Government
and lie patronaga ) All the offioers are not only
Government man but ali. atandonMi..- Iu
have been an active electioneer ia almost ths on- , -ly
road loofflaWo this country, for in the whole t
range of my obsertloh7and I have been a resi. "
daot a number of yeet,Uv.a6fknowo tine .
appointment of any otberoescriptiooagd Hjen
appointed, the uflicer must not let his xeahtxwr,
or hs will soon be informed sgainal, and loss bis
place. It is reJeosd te s system, and General
Jackson's oflios holders in lbs .west, and th.y
who wish lo be, are the moat furious abd clamor-Y
oua partixana in th. world. When to be sue-" -eessful
in services of this natura is the best tills v '
to reward ftmn ths Government, you mayjnitgs ;
wnai unceasing ana violent exertions tne vnice
holders make lor President Jackson's man, Mr.
Van Buren. And there ara great' numbers '
whom they can influenoe; many throegh theii ? .
interesia, many mote throegh their fears for their .
interests. Tats man they eau help la his spec- '
ulaiiona if hs prove eoolormable, lhat they can '
th wart and harrsss if be prove refractory. You .
may be sure they leave none of their power un
exercised, knowing sn eye'from Washington is ; ,
opon them snd thai, they are expected to labor
usiduoualy for being put and kept in offlcta
(connected with land sales) which if tbey keep . -a
few years they srs sore tu make the moat ovr-l
grown fortunes: By this means' the-. President . , "
has a host of adherents la this country la whine
eyes, do what be may, be can never do' wrong.'' 7
If bs bad espoused lieuben Whitney Instead uf "
Air, v an Uuren as his successor in offlc, I am
confident these men and their followers would - 1 -
havs been as much for Whitney aa they ars for 1
Van Buren. No King ever bad more absolute .
power over ths will of bis hired neresnaries t
than Gen. Jackson has over the office-holders in ' -lbs
Sou lb West.. If one happens to bs inditfur
eoily honest, yoe will always find him more aeg- 7
lecied and less in favor at Washington tban any
other, and ha is sooo kicked vol or gets a broad 1! '
hint to walk out to save his feelingsfrom being '
dismtsred. ' -vr '.':Z.r--' l-
The poblla tandi an a'aodreeof grsaf and irt---ereaaipg
wealth, but 1 am coovinoed ia my wa-"
mind, that they are and will more and mors be
a curse to the country. --1 behove tbey havs fuU .
ly doubled ths President's power by doubling his ; -patronage,
and when I think bow macb alarnnd
our faibest were in 83, t ths Increasing power 7
of Executive, I can bot amIs at their terrorsAnd
ask myself what old patriots of tbst age would '
say could tbey lift their ' beads from the ' grars, y
and witness the . almost unbuooied powsr.ihat
one bis attained, I will net say throughout ths ;
U . states, but bars, sod elsewhere I Compared
with old juhn Adams' Gen. Jackson's power is
ike a steamboat compared with' a skiff. Bul bad v
as this is, it la not tbe worst, Tbe public lands ,. '
are giving binb to the most extensive and niaJ , -
nfiectilaliona, gambling of tbs highest dear,
w Inch must prodnee wide ram and voovoision. t
But ths worst le not lold feu - Tbey ars giving '
birth to tbe most fool ecrropi'ipsj and fraud which '
this country or any other vsaw, Give your w
inuginaiion the rains and yea ean hardly, con
ceive the truth. I admit it is bard for tbo Gov- . .
ernment to check thess villaoiea, but all will say
it ought to try . Instead of that it Igebl ir.yi 1"
the worst of the set. If he will bat bs a th -rough
going full-blooded partisan for Government
and Van Buren, be may cheat aad defraad lo a-,'
ny extent be pleases. . The crimes tbst aie art- -ed
hers againat ibe nation aad - Hi Iodises,- are -
sikMigk 1. call down tbe judgment of llsavea on x ..
the land tbst suffers it. I trust thai th old
btates will do something at the ballot boxes lo
restrain these great and growing evils, nr.
Van Bursa will certainly eonunoe la omce and
nowsr ihe ereseal officeholders who ars doing-
so much for him. Tbst yoa know is th New t ..
York creed of 'rewards and puniahraenta,f and
dividing ibe spoils. Ths only way and hop is; .
tu break up lbs present execraoie system snc us .
abuses, by patting into the Pissidsney a man.,
ho vw awsep th 01000 snoKer oui. via ;
Hugh ia tbs boy for that. A firmer and honest
er rosa never breathed, and a knows tbese
Jackson Van Boree office-holding partixaoaainco
he broke with Jackson, if be did not know ibeuv r
before. Give os old Hugh if possibl J bat if you ;
can't giv bim, gW a any body wbo will pat .
Ore to" lh nest of the scorpions." -; '
A Capital Hit -Tbe Hon. Charlei A.
ickl.fTe, th able Whig Candidate for .
Lieut. Governor of tbe State of Kentucky,
addressed the people of Covington, oppo-
site this dtyi on Thursday, last In doing ,
an. he took occasion te notice tbe epithet of ,
HOronnu'' x freely bestowed upon Oen. ;
aa ... W . - mAT.
Harrison by all tne van curen presses, ou,
WicktilTe said, that for bia own part,u a
warm supporter and enthusiastic admirer of ,
Gctterat llarriaon heTfel much indebted to ;
tbe Van Bureoitea for calling the Old Ilero :
a "Granny;" it waa a capital cognomen, and ,
he was gratified that tbe General had re-
ceived hV-fcUe is the most efficient Grwu
nv" continued Mr. W, "indeed," aald he, ,,
consider tbe General tbebest MIDWIFE ,
I ever knew, FOR I SAW HIM DELIVER
GENERAL PROCTOR OF THE BRIT- -ISI1
ARMY OF SIXHUNDRED.CUJL- -DREN
IN FORtr MINUTESf"
We need acarcely add, that the air rung
with deafening applause b; the uwon.',
The hit wa admirable.' Cincinnati Whig. ,
lie can deliver Vail JBuwtof a manr ;
Th fiillowinir agricultural paragraph.' lafroni-
the Boston Morning Post t tfno is fr f
I Why. Tn, tole,.ble-wbe.t
Why. corn, tolerabe-rwneat aim ngnf"ew