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g ippearf that the King, ever since the death
ynre Alaicie, ha lost much of his en.
- nJ civen vo in some iWrce his early
Li'nd (ha punctuality to business for winch
,al always been d;sinfruihed. On the
luffing ,01 i nursaay ne nv micwui
flhun usual. He sami mat ne naa passea
'tJeis night, "and that he was weary both in
J and body, witft the petitioning of the two
dukes (.Vemoursi and Montpcnsier) for
bich they knew he could not grant. He
i An writing all the preceding evening in
fltvn hed-rooni, and scaled letter to the
two of Belgium; was iamongst the papers
1. A 111 II in r fl n. I r ' . I . .1
'i Upon . "i"t,uts u7(,,x uiiucnuanu
..iihf seal was respected, and that thft letter
pi religiously despatched to its destination. So
m (ear was felt as to the result of the day's'
jehale, ibat : royali children wcro brought as
3nlolho King, and it being Thursday, his
tlj had examined, as was his wont on that
j.t i!J the copy books of the Cbunt de Paris,
""'a ' J
eipreiscu'nis saiitiaction all the progress
1 SALISBURY, NC THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1848.
the exiled la.nily to Claremofii. Almiit a hun.
dred well dressed persons were assembled round
the first carriage, eager to catch a glimpse ol
the King and Queen as theyf stepped into the
carriage. The King made hps appearance first
and all present instantly uncovered.
There was no cheering. The reception was
cordial, but impressive, and vas highly credita
ble to the persons assembled and minl be ta-
ken as expressing the feeling s of the nation to.
wards the exiled monarch ; it was an assurance
of hospitality, mingled with sympathy foi his
The King was dressed in black trousers,
and the rough fearnought great coat,: or sea.
i r a?.. i , ..t.:i,i... i. ....... : c : .
- ' . . . i t S . : .
md at that hour the strtle began by the an.
jOTflCement of Mj milcjide Giratdin. ' Nay,
mlffceived him; yesterday," xr.laimed the
iT much irritated, jtq the ajd-de-camp in
wiiing. " l aruon ine, sire, he 6ays that his
finest is urgent; and hat the safety of the
ftupe depend tipim your majesty's reception
bit message." jThe King, now j interested,
U sot alurnted, gave the order for the visiter
!tfbt admitted, jt appears by M. dej Girardin's
ow account that he was so overcome with em-
by sight, took upon himself to protect her and
conduct her to hisj house. How she managed
to stray unmolested and unrecognised so far
from home, is a niystery to this hour. She says,
that, seeking to avoid the crowd, she turned
down the streets which seemed most free, with,
out caring whitheir they might lead.
Arrival of Louis Philippe in England.
Louis Phillippe5and his Queen landed in Eng.
land, at Newhavn, on Friday morning. At
Dreux. it appear a farmer procured disguises
for the royal fugitives, and suite, the King habit,
ing himself in anjold cloak and an old cap, hav.
ing first shaved his whiskers, discarded his wig.
and altogether so disguised himself as to jdefy man a jacket, which was givjsn to hini by the
the recognition even of his most intimate friends, captain of the vessel which brought him over.
J he other disguises were also complete. He no sooner stepped from Jhe door than he
The King passed for an Englishman on his turned round to the persons who lined the pass-
travels, employing an interpreter to translate age to the carriage, and shook hands iw'uh all
Frenchtohim. They proceeded in a boat from who were near him, repeajedly bowing and
Harfleur to Havre. In the meantime informa. saying Thank you thank; you, sir ;' Much
i lion was secretly con
Southampton steamship, that she would be re- which several responded, by exclaiming 'long
quired to take a party from Havre to England, live King Louis Phillippe.' jlTpon entering the
The fugitives embarked in the Express, and at carriage, the crowd assembled round the win-
twelve o'clock on Friday landed. The moment dow, and almost every person had the honor of
the King set his oot on the shore, he emphati- shaking hands with him. Iis majesty looked
cally exclaimed, Thank God, I am on British dejected, and appeared deeply impressed with
ground." Mr. Sims, the landing waiter, who the. reception which he met With.
handed them on jshorc, conducted them to the 1 he King was followed injto the carriage by
One who was present savs, a the Queen, who wore a black and while tartan
shawl, a black figured silk ovn, and a black
bonnet. The other members of the royal fami.
ly having taken their seats in the other carri
ages, (he royal party drove off to Clar'emont.
hood. The officer's of the Chasseurs
d'Afrique immediately, togethcr.with sev.
eral Other regiments, among which those
of the Artillerie Legere were the most
prominent. They declared z Vunanimile
their adhesion to the existing state of
things in France. The Marsellaise and
the Parisienne were sung with great en-thusiasm.
From the T-barlrtton Courier of April 3.
LATER FROM MEXICO.
By yesterday afternoon's mail, we re
ceived by means of our Express, the New
Orleans Picayune of Wednesday morning
last, and an extra from the same office,
issued at one o'clock P. M. of that day.
Although the matter contained in these
puLlic "struck down by tha t j ;
itary power from a high c;
command of some consider ;
of some considerable glory t'
perhaps, in view of the nurr.l
lor and prowess of. the army, ,
American soldier since the dr.
ington. Nor was this all. II; f
self placed as the chief crir.."
the court, and was informrd t'.
the parties against whom a sped,
was preferred by him has been ;
and rewarded before trial, by:t!.
constitutional military authcrir
country. The accused had row
the accuser, the judge the crirr.jr. 1 .
ly wounded as 1 am, contincnl t
eral, I pause, but not for idea il!.
upon me; not forj want of Ice!
feeling are too deej for utterrinc ;
wish, Mr. Presidentto keep in t
these remarks are nit, I bow in C. -to
the decision of the court.! : j
The President in reply strict! .
remarks were inlnnirinir unon th
Th MnnifPnr A1crr; f ofttK T?K. I Papers is of a highly interesting charac-
tor. Ann Wg Chrall 1I ho nlaocaH t r m r a a t I.. I O C . . ' i '
ruary, had an announcement from the II'. .i u iZ I rucr, auu ocn. ocoii immcuiaiciy
rn ' n i ,u r i i i i length, still the demands on our columns ed his seat. Whereupon, the I f
governor general, ine uuice u Aumale, o: ; are such as to romni'l lis !n nhriilrp it a ' .lol tVA ort:.. .
- 1 w o i uvviuiiu tub kuuitaujuutUCU u.Uii ,
mucn as posstnie.
The steam ship New Orleans had arriv-
ed at New Orleans from Vera Cruz, with
the news received from Paris. There
were indeed two notices, the first being
of a dispatch from Paris, datedm the af- j
row morning. I J
We find in EI Monitor jttipui:::
the 17th, one day's later proceed!;.
Court of Inuestigation.--Y e
i .Lti. r . i m. - . i . -.i i .
ternoon of the 24th. informing him of the K , ?
.y;M(; r ir:- r from Mexico to the 21st.
----- - "e ; Gen. Twiggs, and a number of other morning, at ten o'clock, ihrner
Count ot lans, and the Dutchess d'Or- officers came passengers in the New Or- the Court Martini airairi assemble
leans proposed as Rejnt, to which the ! leans, among them we observe the name ; present Gen. Scott, with his staff,
otioa that for an instant he could not speak, and
Kins saitl abmnilv. ! and in no measured
xeuf voice, " What more is now required by
jMiand your Vllows, (row ct vos pariete.) have
n not made enough concession, in all con-
ciencel" ' There is yet another one, your
najeij woicij nas uecomc more necessary
hn a!J lh(J rest.j' ' Tljen it cannot be grant.
(J," returued.thq King, peevishly; "indeed I
te regret for that which is already done."
-And so have 1, your mijefty, tor it is not yet
enough." Quest. ce ddire " cxclaimedtho
w, iiiternlpting him, wpih great vehemence.
Tbe haughtiutfss of jltxe expression, which is
wrfrinslat able, the nljruptness of the tone in
ikicb it was bttcred, roused the fiery temper of
CirarJin, and he anstjejed almost coarsely,
'Tbevone concession more, which is demand
rfbythe people,. is you r Majesty's abdication,
n the instant too, and without reservation. "
Be King started to his feet with suc.li sudden
3reinent.that he upset the inkstand which he
ud just been; using, andf the broad black ftain
niy yel biicjeti upon the carpet. He rushed
:ilio window, whither Girardin followed him,
nd (xtinlihg! to the crvwd, exclaimed, "Six
liatuVions of national guards surround the pal.
tre; all arrf 6t one ininid, and those who sent
7 fire are strong in! their unanimity. Blood
uibeen shed.: and now, there is no retreat."
lj(rtiis Phjippe grw? deadly, pale, and his
hitd ihook .violently as he look thalofM. de
VjinrJ'n, liiit his voice jfaltered not as he an-
irred, " Ybu are. pe
fur.; 1 will go dow
I It 7 1 t .
crowa ol villagers nad assemoied near the
landing place, and when the Ex-King stepped
on shore, rrany oT them pressed forward and
shook hands with the exiled monarch. ' The
Ex-King appeared very much moved at this
exhibition ol feeling, and acknowledged the
same in a ;very courteous manner.
The Exj-King itvas very scantily attired. He
wore a rough pea jacket, which it is said he
borrowed of the, .Captain of the Express, and
gray trousers. He had on his head a close
blub cloth cap, and round his neck he wore a
common red and White comforter. His appear,
ance was not at all improved by his beard.
which was ol apparently about a week s growth.
In other respects, though apparently sufiering
from fatigue, the Ex-Monarch looked pretty
much like himself. The Queen wore a large
plaid cloak overpier dress, and carefully con
cealed her features with a thick veil.
On the way tcf'the Inn the King was met by
several of the inhabitants, who offered their
congratulations n his sate arrival, and with
whom he shook1 hands most cordially. His
majesty looked fatigued and careworn. The
King sent for Mr. Packham, who had been a
tenant of some mjt.lls belonging to him in France,
and who knew him intimately. Mr. Packham
waited on him, and it appears that. every atten-j
tion was paid to his wishes by all parties. t
The Times sas : " Learning that Mr. Pack
ham was at the Inn, bur reporter immediately
sought him out, when Mr. Packham at once
introduced him t his Majesty. The King who
Governor General adds the' following note:
MThe Governor-General knowing the
patriotism of all, adds nothing to this
news. Nothing can change our duties or
afTect our duties to France.
" Algiers, Feb. 27. II. D'Orleans.
The second notice says :
44 The Governor General has not receiv
ed from France any communication ; but
he is informed that the following dispatch
nas Deen addressed to all the prefects and
sub-prefects. (Hero the Governor Gener-
of Dr. De Leon, U. S. A., of this city. Worth and Pillow, Col. Duncan, r.:
Col. Henry Wilson has succeeded Gen. ! ny other officers of the army, Ti e
Twiggs as Governor of Vera Cruz. I es, after having been constituted r.
The prize steamer Pretitraf was lost ing to regulation, expressed their 2
near Aivarado, on the 15th ult. Mie was
From the Philadelphia Inquirer.i
FROM EUROPE.ONE DA Y EATER.
We are indebted to the New York Morn
ing Star for an Extra, containing Euro
pean intelligence extracted from' a Lon
don paper ol Sunday the 12th insi, which
was brought to Liverpoo by express, be
fore the sailing of the Caledaniajon that
day. The substance of trie advices is as
Changes in the English Cabinet.
.Lord John Russel's resignation Was pos
itively decided upon on Saturday evening.
Dispatches announcing his contempla
ted resignation were foriwarded ito Dub-
Im, the intelligence appearing in the Dub
I'm papers of Saturday March the 12th.
Cabinet Councils were held in Down
ing street, on Saturday evening, 'and du
ring the day Lord Palmerston held a con
ference with Mr. Bancroft, the Ui S. Min
The Cabinet, it was understood, had un
der consideration important concessions
was reading an English newspaper, immediate- to Ireland, and a considerable extension
lo rose and said," 1 thank, you, gentlemen, and of the elective franchise in the United
all whom I have met in England, for these Kingdoms was talked of.
haps, in the right, Mon
lo the Chambers, not
0 plead for mvtelf. but to protect mv dvnasiv."
At this momf lit the Queen, who had been watch
t and hovfrinir' about the apartment in the
pfitest al;trm,i appeared upon the door-sill.
She spoke not the evidently did not wish to
lauUervcd.Tor she did not advance one step
into Ae rool)l ' She wa attired in the deepest
1 t t 1 .
ai puDiisnes a despatch, announcing the ! Tabasco, where he went about th
formation of the Provisional Government) j ultimo.
run on shore, and the steamers Fixer and
Spitfire were engaged in dismantling her.
The Petrita was formerly the Champion,
that once ran on the North River was
an unsafe boat, and it is fortunate that
she did not prove a coffin for some of our
! brave seamen. '
Com. Perry had not yet returned from
mourning, and her silver hair escaped from be
ih a cap-of. black crape her face was so
pie ana gnasuy mat sn seemed auout to mini
"-her tall thin form bent not but the agitation
the momjrnl Wai so great that she was sciz-
Mtith that' palsied shaking of the knees to
she" has been subject ever since the death
l the Dukj .of : Orleans She drew back as
'fo,Klhg passed out.' So great was his own
?ff-occupat jon that he perceived her not, and
e followed him thus jn silence and with noise
' Hep, Utile heeding whither he was leading
to so that he was not lost to sight. It was
'sua that she fiund herself in the midst of the
prdens of the 'fuileries surrounded by a count
kind congratulations, and the hospitality which
has been shown me. His majesty had Chang,
ed his attire, and was dressed in a plain suit of
black. He looked well, and the marks of anx
iety which had shown themselves at his landing
had disappeared.' He was quite cheerful. The
queen was iiv the room, writing a letter, and ap
parently buried in thought. She scarcely no
ticed the presence of strangers. Several per
sons were introduced to the King during the
day. He seemed gratified at their calling, and
spoke freely and pleasantly to all his visiters."
Before Mr. Packham left him, the King gave
him the whole of his money fothe purpose of
getting it exchanged for English coin, and pur
chasing wearing apparel, "of which," says the
King, smiling, 4I am very short."
Another write!r says the Ex-King granted an
audience to several inhabitants from Brighton.
They were received most cordially.
Louis Philippe, clasping his hands, as if over,
powered by his emotions, began immediately to
speak on the subject of the Revolution.
" Charles, exclaimed the Ex-King, " was de-
li muliitudeexposedi to all the rigors of a t stroyed for breaking the Charter, and I have
otmy ky, witboul shawl orj bonnet, or any ot
'i appurtenances cither of her age or rank.
& was a touching sight to behold this eager
nlicitutle, tliis! tepder pve, stronger than the
rofdeatn, which actuated the Queeinn this
crtion of,aU beside her husband. And it is
InoWn of many who,, wound up to fierce ex
foment tWri cannot,iow that all is over,
iinlc of that scene without tears,
.it was rt6t-fill Loiiisj Phillippe had reached
i Pont Tour naijit 'llitic even became aware
Jjbe presence rf the ttiucen. It is said that
frrnilc of recoghiiioniAvas a strange and fear
ltne. He would ha'e turned. Perhaps his
morV carried hunjlack to another crowd
hich be had seen befbre upon that self-same
poUand hi dreaded !tb) advance. Just then a
yvudron of! cavalry meeting the crowd issuing
from fas gaie of the Tuilcrie, bore down upon
IDS rniff. A fTnt1mri coivprt llif arm nf flirt
nueea to preserve hvr 'from the danger. She
turned in (reiuy upon him, deeming it an at.
ck. Latsstx mat, Mqntieur" exclaimed she,
loud and angry voice, and seizing the hand
f tha Kinjjj dragged iiin undaunted courage
,0wrdi a little bne. hose ciladine which stood
"Ii the quay1, and, forcing his Majesty into it,
Vher seat leside him. while Marshal Gour.
ittw, Bo by thi' timti had pierced the Vnso
p of pedple, and jned his Majesty, spoke
low, voice, to the coachman.
been overthrown for defend in? h. and for keen
ing my oath. wish this to be distinctly un
derstood, and I hope it will be made known."
The Duchess de Nemours, with her three
children, accompanied by the Duke de Mont
ponsier, made for Granville. By a fee of 400,
they induced thje commander of the Princess
Alexandria to convey them to Jersey, where
they remained incognitio until they came to
Prince Leopold, Count of Syracuse, nephew
of the cx-Quee'n oC France, also arrived at
London, having' escaped from Paris disguised
as a laborer, f
The ex-Kingjand Queen of France left New
haven in a roydl carriage shortly after nine o'.
clock on Saturday tnorning, accompanied by
several French officers from Brighton, and at
tended by the Hon. Captain Hotham, one of
the directors of the Brighton Railway, and
they arrived at the Croydon station at precisely
twenty minutes; past 12 o'clock.
The Duke de Nemours, the Duke and Duch
ess of Coburg,!the Count de Jarnau, left Lon
don by an early train to await the arrival of the
When the door of the royal carriage was
opened, his Majesty stepped out, and upon see.
ing his daughter, the Duchess ot Cotwrg, gave
He was immediately locked
Douglas Jerrold, immediately after his
arrival at Paris, had an; interview with;
Lamartine, who received him in ;the most
cordial manner. It was reported that he
had been commissioned o repair toParisj
by a committee of Liberjals of London.
Triumph of Liberal Opinions. Lancaster
Rejoicing at Preston. This borough,
which used to be formal y looked upon as
a sort of pocket borough" for the Derby
lamny, was in a siaie 01 reai excitement
throughout the whole of Thursday. As
soon as the news of the defeat of Lord
Stanly's son for Lancaster, arriyed, the
streets were crowded wi!th small'knots of
politicians, congratulating each other on
the deathblow to the Stanly influence in
this country. A band of musicians out
this evening parading thje town, and the
crowd are huzzaing at the office of the
Preston Gaurdian, the lejading liberal pa-'
per here. The result has come like the;
shock of an earthquake pn the Cpnserva-
! tive here, as they never anticipated other
wise than that Mr. Stanley would be re
turned ; and it was thought that having
once secured his seat fo the county town;
The Governor General can only repeat
what ne said yesterday. iXpthing is chan
ged in our duties toward France ; the pop-
1 mi ... -. .
uiaiiun aim 1 lie army win wait witn the
greatest calm for the orders of the mother
" Algiers, Feb. 28, ten at night.
M H. D'Orleans."
The allegiance of the Due d'Aumaleto
the Republic, secures peace to Algeria,
and removes those apprehensions of a col
onial war which an opposite policy might
have produced. We observe that Prince
de Joinville united with the Due d'Aumale
in proclaiming the Republic at Algiers.
All was quiet at Brussels on the 9th of
Paris was perfectly tranquil on Friday
afternoon ; the Germans presented an ad
dress to the new Government on Thursday;
the disorders in the South had terminated.
Our latest accounts from Vienna left
the Cabinet in Council, news of a Gener
al rising in Lombardy was looked for hour
ly. The successor of Prince Metternich
had not been appointed.
SPAIN. The Chamber of Deputies on
the 3d voted on the first article of the bill
relative to the extraordinary powers de
manded by Ministers for the defence of
the kingdom. The article was adopted
by a vote of 162 to 51 majority for Min- i
lsters, iuo. 1 ne secona article was un
der discussion on the 4th. Madrid was
A correspondent of the Picayune, wri
ting from Vera Cruz, under date of 25th
ult., says :
"The difficulties between Gen. Scott
and Worth have been renewed, and Mr.
Trist is to be retained as a witness.
" Santa Anna is coming down to this
place to embark immediately.
Oen. bcott will come down from Mex
ico as soon as the court of inquiry ad
jourhs, and leave for the United States.
'I have learned, on the best of author
ity, that no more supplies than are abso
lutely necessary for the immediate use of
the army will be sent to the interior, in
view of an immediate withdrawal of our
troops. Such, I am informed, were the
orders received by this morning's mail
The proceedings of the Court of Inqui
ry are brought down to the 16th instant
There was a short secret session at the
palace on Monday, the 13th, for the pur
pose of arranging preliminary business.
The Court re-assembled on the 15th, all
the members being present and as its
proceedings are looked to with much in
terest, we copy largely Irom-the lett?r of
the correspondent. -
"After sitting a short time in private
session the court room was thrown open
ness to investigate the charges qf G
vorm ngainsi uen. JC01U ; jlhe i
rose, and stated that he was here t
ten to what had been alleged again : ',
He then produced a letter, which, t y
mission of the Court, he read.lhavir'
ference to the arrest of Ltl Cbl, Du:
stating that he did not consider the t
a tribunal to examine and (ted de '
any or all the charges j that bad I
brought against him. At this : polr.'.
was interrupted by the judge advc:
who read the following letter.: j j
M Head Quarters of l& Fust Divisl ,
"Tacabaya, (Mex.) March: 14, 1843.
"Sir In the matter of jroy. appeal .
gainst General Scott, the commander-';:
chief, the President has rendered mo
and ample justice. For the Welfare :;:
harmony of the service, I Tisn,! there fc.-v.
to withdraw the accusations cnade in . my
appeal against Major Gen.Sjott. fr
44 1 have the honor to be 1 J l-:
your most obedient servant, 1
" W. J.i WORTIL
"To Gen. N. Towson, Preside; n't Court cf
After this letter had been perused by
all, the doors of the court Were closed.
When the court re-opened the Judge Ad
vocate announced that he had determined
to suspend proceedings for tte moment,
and 11 the parties had no objection i he
would fix motions, rules, &c Gen.! Scott
opposed this decision, on account of the
trouble which the taking dow 1 in writnp
of the interlocutory questions that miht
be started in the sequel of th investiga
tion would occasion, when this Court pro
posed that the case should hi suspended,
and that it should proceed to bat of Gen.
Pillow. Gen. Scott then requested that
ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
The following conversation took place
recently in the House of Commons :
Mr. Hume again rose and said Sir, I
wish to ask a question of-Ministers in con
and Lien, bcott entered, accompanied by toe court should take down some otiis
Col. Hitchcock, Inspector General ; Capt. ' observations that they might j: appear f 0:1
H. L. Scott. A. A.Gi : Lipiit. T. WilliRms. i the record, as well as some others which
A. D. C, and other officers of the Gener
All preliminary business having been
he was about to make, whicli the 'court
refused. He then demanded of the court.
in order to save time, to proceed wth the
rr? . ry t- ' J-!' i-t-i
arranged, the court announced itself ready case of Lieut. Col. Duncan, for which 1
to proceed in its deliberations. i was prepared. Alter some remarKS ra
Gen. Scott rose and said that, at the
proper time, he would ask of the court
what persons were to be before the Court
nection with the affairs in France where i as accused parties, and what subjects it
a new government has been established. I designed to investigate.
wish, therefore, to ask Ministers whether
it is their intention to withold altogether
from any interference with the people of
France, and to leave them at liberty to
The Judge Advocate having read the
orders concerning the Court
" Maj. Gen. Scott then addressed the
court, stating that it was his desire at the
choose what sort of government thev commencement of the proceedings, that
please? I simply ask the question, if 'all the interested parties should be pre
there is no objection to answer it. , sent in the court, though he did not deern
Lord John Russel rose amidst breathless ; this at all indispensable; he would be
silence. I have no obiection whatever to perfectly satisfied with any order or rule
! answer the question. We have received, ; that might be adopted by the court in that
1 . . . ... . i. . 1. 1 : L .
ot course, the intelligence generally known particular ; dui as some remarks ne nugui
to the public of the chancre which has ta- ; have to make, would particularly reier to
there would be a fair chjance for his con
fessing the northern diviision of the coun-j
ty, which his father formerly represented
by the court. Gen. Scott repeated that hi
object in pressing the matter ivas to f w
lime. The court was j then organized t
investigate solely the caseof jGen. S V.
and not to take cognizance of that of O
Duncan, for which it!; was not spec; !
1 s-v ..''. 1
1 prepared, ucn. ocott insisieq upon r
I ing a document relating to the dir.
j against Col. Duncan, which the cou: r
fused to admit. j I I
"Gen. Pillow rose and fJemjandcJ
he should be allowed to vindicate bin
and that he was the more anxipus as t
was every probability of peace bei:
; tablished ; that he entered tho scr l
I virtue of a law which i-in lease of
would require his immediate de
ken place in France ; and I can assure ! Lieut. Col. Duncan, he desired that that ; an.dat if bis defence were put
the house indeed, I should have hardly i olticer, anove nu ouierMiouiu ue preseni. ; .Wu.1?il
thought it necessary to declare it that ! He also wished to be informed by the , he would wish to remain in fcis ;
The following is the sta
Commercial News and
e of the poll :
a stifled scream.
t nrm to ihi IrAnrhm.in. In n n inctnnl ;n arms Kio tnn iVio Dnltl de Nemours.
'rfliitW Tchicle set ofl"at a furious iralloD alone ! wWn K embraced with ereat warmth, and
IVi . .. . I I . o , " .n .
quay, xi the dirfctron of St. Cloud, and t
anarchy of July wasjno more I
This is thft true hutftry of the flight fi
Tileries oftLo.)i PhilPet King of the 1
the inMantlv after he pressed his daughter to his
bosom in the rriost affect ionate manner. His
11 . . i 1 1 ji 1.- 1
'rftm ,uA 1 iuaiesiy was overpowerea. ana soea iear, uu
rum 1 ue , . u ' rri 1 .
r u ui" i'is uau?hter also. 1 ne gcene was a. inusi.
not true that the whole of the royal family mor,ng e. aiid one not easily forgotten. The
CCntnn!niil kin in kl. ! 1T ... .1.:.
lr nothinrr l known' Cnr aA Hum C Inn I a
JJhon of the Pucbess.de Nemours. The
VMcbeii jf Monlpensier, th4 innocent cause of
j j'the uprbar, after paving J been scared from
i 7Ml,fciB Vre-fu ofjPafis until I five o'clock
I td ccompaniedby an old Spanish ser-
w. ;ho knows not a word of French. She
J met In1 the Rue M Havre, close to th
ttation; by a1 gentleman, who knowir
Queen, upon stepping from the; carriage, also
affectionately embraced her children, and was
The royal party were then ushered by the
directors to'thJ waiting room, where tbey were
left to give way, in private, to those mingled
emotions by wjbich they were agitated After
remaining a few minutes together the royal
family intimated their readiness to depart.
Three private carriages were In waiting at
nowing her ! the back of tho station in readiness lo convey
Money Market, j
London, Sunday. March 12. j
The excited condition of the people in
several parts of the metropolis,! concur
ring with the intelligence of collisions
between the authorities! and the masses
in Glassgow, and the fears that simitar
scenes may be enacted; in somes of the
manufacturingdistricts following so rapid,
ly as they have done the suddenly revoi
lutionary change in the dynasty iand thej !
form of the Government! in France, have; ;
indeed, paralyzed most sieverely the whole
sale as well as the retajl departments of j
trade and industry sinc0 this day weeki
So apprehensive have rpany of our mer?
chants and heads of manufacturing es
tablishments been of plunder.that the send;
ing forth of goods, whefier by railroad or:
otherwise, has in many cases ben deiay-j
IMPORTANT FROM ALGERIA, j
Algiers Procloimed by the Due D'AumaU
a part of the French Republic. j
By the lastet intelligence from; Algiers;
we are informed that on receipt of the
astounding news from llaris, there was a
tremendous excitement among the railita
we have no intention whatever to inter
fere with the form of government which
the French nation may choose for them
selves, (loud cheers.) or in any way to
meddle with the internal affairs of that
country. . (Renewed cheering from every
part of the house.)
The noble lord, in a subsequent part of
the evening took occasion to repeat the
same sentiments. He. said
Our only interest in the French govern
meht is the interests of . neighbors and
friends, and all we wish is that the insti
tutions France may adopt shall tend as
court, whether any officer, separate from
himself, Maj. Gen. Pillow and Lieut. Col. j
Duncan, were embraced in the order read I
by the Judge Advocate, as accused parti s.
Gen. S. did not have the slightest desire
to embarrass or retard the proceedings of J
the court ; he said it would materially en- ;
lighten his path in the-course he should I
deem proper to pursue, if he could be in- '
formed'of the impression of the court in
that particular. !
"The court wishing time for delibera
tion, the room was cleared for the space
i of half an hour, and upon being re-opened,
the following decision was rendered:
much as possible to her Own prosperity. , That the conduct of Maj. Gen. Pil- I
(Cheers) I may, perhaps, be permitted to 0Wf nnj Brevet Lieut, fcol. Duncan, will j
add that, of course, I do not believe Eng- j untier tne order be iwrtstieated. as far as !
and would refuse to perform any of those ,u
j j...: rL:.i: ' . . ... . , made bv Gen.
saticu uum-o j t iiuopiiuii ...w. -..v prcierreu against mem uy major vneuerm , rr
nrfnrmeri at all times to the vanquished ' (u .rominp in. 1 ?"
t . - - -- . k.'v,ui i , aim (iicu int. vuuiv in ,- ft nrov
iciiccis.jHiiucci mr nwuv. " ta ine merits oi me comniaint 01 ireci ,
position ; he hoped the court) wc
proceed with the case of Col. .Du:
The court ordered that he c
Gen. Scott should be deferred u
following day, and decided to! 0
the case of Col. Duncan, Thcr'euj
Scott proceeded to make two jc!; :
" 1st. A violation of the nfmy
tions, which prohibit the; public
letters or despatches not publh!.
thority relating to military operr.t
" 2d. Some facts asserted by C
can in the letter and the answer
officer to the charges. jM i
" Having concluded. Gen. fl z
drew his accusations against Cc.
and did the same with regard t
Pillow, but this general state ! 1
notwithstanding reply to the! r
ocott, that he t.r. :
placed under arrest; I v
lous to bis having L:
extreme roaalist opinions,of moderate opin
ions, or of extreme liberal opinions. Those
duties of hospitality have made this coun
try the asylum for the unfortunate ; and I.
Major Gen. Worth against Major Gen.
Scott ; and no other parties are before the
court under any order known to the court. "
" The court also informed Major Gen.
for one. will never consent that we should j gcott that all the parties to which the or-
neglect them. (Loud cheers.)
Hard to Beat. The steamer. Rowan
has been reported three times this week.
She cleared from this place for Fayctte
ville on Sunday, and was reported in Tues
day's Commercial ; arrived here on Wed
nesday and reported on Thursday ; clear
ed from here on Friday and reported on
ryinthe city and immediate neighbor Saturday.--TV i. Com.
" Gen. Scott here rose and said : That
the court might well conceive how much,
how deeply, he had been wounded by the
information justcommunicated. Far dis
tant from his country, his home and his
family, he found himself but a prisoner at
large in the capital of the Mexican Re-
Being lately in the room of Mr.
very gentlemanly and talentrd I)
and Landscape Painter, we heard !.
four or five persons present how l
would be present in court to- j draw some of the inferior animalf.
ning at the regular hour of a horse, for instance said be, " b :
'to draw properly as tlmoit anu
mention." Pooh !w said one ct t
"it's not half so bard to draw t
prize in a lottery." I
A man being asked how oM la
" I am in health ; and being askc
was, said I am not.in debt."