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VOL. IX.


BOSTON, WEDNESDAY EVEN


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DAILY EVENING
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mon laii-.,i. 1,4 4This
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France may be more imp
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find that they transmitted
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Italians are endowed wit
beautiful, which distingu
apartments, and with a part
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lect and aptness, a corr
agination not speculative
tances into the depth ofa.
mathematics and physics,
the exact
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most precise language i
said, Ce gu'il -estpas
Hence the distinctness
natural eloquence and g
thing. Hence we see in
in little things which
also, their clearness o
man will express hims
ject upon which other
also, their looseness in t
result of an attempt to
irtues in tha field of invest
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believe any thing which
monstrate, and they are
tigating any subject f
The ioat lecture will relay
of the Germaut


5Jlail~ Qcenm

BOS
WEDNESDAY, NOV

PRICI OF TH TRAtvELLE
pirie of the Daily Evening T
'i e pnrs of sinle

New Publ
The Eclectic Magazine, f
Crosby, Nichols & Co., con
of the principal foreign
Among other articles of int
burgh, on Queen Elizabeth
which the relations of thes
other is set before the reade
ent from that in which hist
them. Much of the chivalr
his ingratitude towards t
and disobedience to her
amours, and his ill-treatme
The story of the ring sent b
before his execution, and t
whom it was sent to deliv
Queen when she learned of t
and we think wi
Farley s Present Jor all S
author of "Parley's Tales
& Co. 16mo, 317 pages. F
is a very pretty, and a ve
children and youth. There a
in it, and half as many pict
we have read, are worthy
training and instructive,
provement both in view. Th
to render it quite attract
printed, though the proofs
ftlly.as they ought to hav
acceptable gift b
Outline of the Geology of tl
States in Particular: wit
Sketches of Characteristi
ward IHitchcock, D.D., LL
College, &c, 8&c. Boston:
12mo, 136 pages. The design
general knowledge of the
it accomplishes as much b
which accompany the work, a
a book which every intell
find vewy convenient, as
compas,- an outline of the
different Eectiens ofthe Ea
is well done, the name of
sufficient
Evphonia; a Collection of
elected and Composed for t
tions, Singing Clubs, &c.
F. Heuberer and H. Pera
Jewett & Co. This is a ver
but as we have not the art
sound by looking at it, w
the music is original,,by thi
from Von Weber, Schube
Mendelssohn. The words of
popular mo
Bela Marsh has published
ture on Spirit Works. In thi
table tappings and divers
diums are real communicate
Those who believe this d
strengthened by reading thi
not-judging from our ow
likely to be made converts
the matter. It must require
humbug, to believe that t
fesses to have received, c
Appltcon's Mechanic's Magazi
for November, received by
usual variety of valuable m
gineers. Among other impor
tion of Major Barnard's (U.
the Ericsson Caloric Engi
experiment to apply these e
as an utte
Similitudes. By Lucy La
ett & Co.; 18mo, 130 pages.
nally, with some beautiful
similitudes. It is a kind
and age may read with
B. B. Mussey & Co. have i
Sermon, preached before t
mention, at
97ZAt the annual meeting
Association, the follow
elected ( t1-i,. i. r
President-Rev. George W.
S. A. Eliot, who dec
Vice Presidents-ER i 1j l1
Mason, Rev. JamesC'j,,iilh
Albert
Treasurer- ob
Auditor-Joh
Secretary and General A
wa
District Committees-War
D. Bicker, Rev. W. T. Si
ard M.D.' M ev. W. H Cudw
ery Souther, Samuel Cond
Rev. E. Peabody, D.D., F.
ley 5, J. F. Jarvis M.D.
Judkins; 6, W. R. Lawrence
D., J. H,'Biake; 7. David
D ,T.,ll, Nr....-. 8J John
]lij.j ., II I. aian, M.D.
Rev. Otis A. Skinner, Sam
Ellhis, Henry Willard, M.D)
J. T. Sargent, Edmund Jacks
Caleb Gill, Thomas Blai

Reported forr
LOWELL L
FIRST
The fifth lecture of the
last evening by Prof. A
subject was "The PvtnIl P
actors of the N..i',.,io wt.
those of the Am
The Lecturer said that
which he had riven much
ing that we I4.. at a
said to be at our doors,
examine the principal I,- ;
tics and characters uit tl.-
When the people of Eur
considered as separate un
tinguishes them is, th
a, ,. ua common cus
'1.-,A -..,.3, while in E
1.4l4.. la.,.s, ihiinuers
Da '.51..4 4r14
He then traced the hi
world. Tlii.l .1 tlhe
ly; bht 4 h, 444 4,h114 emp
barians from the north ca
tntionswere adopted. Fr
to trace the history of
established themselves
pii and Germany. Fiv
1. 44n i.i the Roman empi
years more were necessa
ans to settle down; and
of Charlemagne that the
and he founded the first
the first three hundred y
tions gradually died aw
efforts of Charlemagne
nations of Europe had
present characteristic
braced Christianity, and
parties. But the govern
could not be distinguish
en to a government. This
od of Chaos, and the per
the nations may be seen grad
gr.'.'A,.' i,.ty be called
:il. 441. >..,i, after thi
present nations of Europ
tion to the Christian wo
to be c
In the history of the E
them originating in sma
consolidating a1d ml 4rn .
adopting theli I'.., Sag..
cological and ph -i, .il 1
the nations of Europe
one another, and a system
existed. Then one great
prised Spain, France .4r.l |I
languages, but deriv ,I
The second divisi.,, 4,.


Ioa on personal secur
Casl on hand............
Premiums In hands o
tted........ ...........
latesestdue on investment

Anamoint of all expense.
ding commissions to Agents
Amount due from the Company
Amount of dividends due to memb
Amount ofall other claim ag
'h1e (Stii5ed1ali Tvit.ldoi'e'4l
Tslli e ufuh, ur,. r.r> nl.4,lla, o4
b W'M I ILL wtuary .I ll
vomgpaky. "'
' he undersigned, constitute
DIrectors of the nartford Li
-serid that the foregoi
Hartord, Oct
JAMRS DIXON Preside
CBESlTFRADAS,V.Prt. h
NEWTON CASE, E
ILP.THACHER,
N. M. WATER
STATE OF C
BAVRrSS C
Hartford, Oct. 26, 183.
Personally appMred, James
ton Cse, S. P. Thatcher, N M. W
Win. IL "Iert, E. C.'KeUlgg,
the foregoaing certfllcate, anm
Sthe samo, according to the
Before me,
Justelep of tera
HARRIS, CO
AGENTS FOR TH]E HARIT
InAist the altDttll', .nf Ih, P
tabee ror elst'Ltni. LUe lnsur
hiale Coompanj. aonmblning a,4
JOLNT 'TOCK &C D MUTUAt L
1ing1 1 o4lh-r. aiD oI0 conl44
an
APREM[ITrM NOTE Is tatn fr
amn jon t A Pllea.es. when tme
dollarsor over. Lhus redu.tLn
annum on Lif
AIN1Ti&L DIVLbtNDd are d
TBe Mutual depamneen of Lh a
ends ar usnauljy Juial equal
glv
PERMITS ON CALIFORNI
SEA POLiCL&9. granted L Libe
ra
Policies granted and Lo
BOSTON AGE
aorembed h Nn os


I can therefore now do
heartiest wishes with those
,i, 4.i 4 l.. .n,,. .....C t
111) ,,.4,.4 rt..rtl-. Iv 4,-
may, to prevent i,. d.,ii'
dangers which I ,. J.' .* ,
adoption of the pro
With grea
Nov. 8,11853.
Mr. Lyman then intr
RESOLU
I w.-., . ,1. i [l.i; i., .1U .
'.I il4 h % |, I.I i. j4,, .i 1 rr.l ll
'I .[ i I, j.liii.i.h1h1 lia ar- %.e
ili, I l 'i l- -I 4i'.i It. L -, -.. I -
tl,.' I rL ..r..,,0 r, ...,.4.n. f
...rtar. t I4.tk '.,' human
dertaken solely for the pubi
to the interests of party,
en
Resolved, That the propos
such it is declared to be b
framed not merely under the
a coalition of parties so obj
be denounced by the Attor
States with the sanction of
leading provisions the evi
tnl.j1 i. i rr l-ith1, it was
al.4- 1. 4 4.4. .re no o
people ot the
Resolved, That a provisi
than a third part of the peo
in small towns, some of whi
tion and which bear far le
public burdens, the power
half of the House of Represe
and unjust-a violation of
of republican government,
the responsibility of the re
ple; that it creates a minor
adopted, permanently esta
the rule of less than one t
who
Resolved, That there is n
the plea, that the advantage
new Constitution to the s
Representatives, is only a
vantage alleged to be give
basis of the Senate. The l
age in the basis of the Se
what's their due, on ever
right, which require that al
e republic hould be fou t 9


Reported for
CONSTITUTIONAL
In pursuance of a call iss
about ninety other citizens
was held last evening in Fa
of listening to addresses i
Consti
George T. Curtis Irsq., wa
about forty Vice-Presiden
MIr i.urn s said, on takin
was asked to participate i
sented to do so with pleasu
composed of citizens, wit
ticular party. The names
ceased to have any charms
which our fathers resisted
press them, they were all
which they established the
of equal rights, they wer
names, as now used sink in
pared with the great princip
tion of our
The question who shall ad
ot no consequence compare
whether there shall be a go
administered on the principle
It cannot be doubted, he sa
threatened with two great
its character as a safe and
gover
The representative scheme
in the tenure of the judici
now agitate the whole c
meant of representation is a
government; and in a free gov
ast things that should be turne
There is not only no necessi
ing the great principles of
chusetts. That principle tI
He said he could no conc
which led to the proposed c
tem. lie was not there to ar
men of the Free Soil persu
Democrats present what w
the judges sue for a re-ap
once in every ten years in
missions during good beh
llh. r 1'..,1.J 4.r:1.i r 1i'l"H
h I, l I tr, i.h -.i 44. r'..l..l r
M. l|.' Il'. IV nD l linuf
fi.. .. h, eI,..I Ir. r .. ,
I 11 .. ... ,- IhD di i
_4 .*It nli pl' ,IJ: 4 .4,,.l l:t P II 1
1i -1..uI, L". i I-It,-p ii.|. I
and remain, u 11, T 1' 4. 4h. .. 4
ent, as the Ul ... in Ili.' 4 4..L
been htithe II. 4 ". ,
hope and belief l's.r 1 1.. .. l
,'i4 l 4. 5 i44.4 y nt ''.l 4-4 lt..4.4]
:4.. ih1 4I.4..h 4lllht..]l 44 h4 h r

h V 1 l.t l t l.-.l '.
r. i l k" 'j 'tn '. '.i"n. I !..iii_ [
', ', Ir, ,:i." ll., U II. il.lV l
1. ,- l..1i..l ,41. t. ll -.rl.r ,,
I4 ,4' 4 4 I '4, 41;l".. ..


h, i. ] ,,i ,.Ir... .I 1 1 .1i -,l rl
h I.L i 1 (. ri1-[illuil..n :thj.Il
system; and said w,ii ILr 4I4 .
is as safe to-day as .1 -k.:
enough to meetI ..l vil il
came. On every page of histo
dependent judiciary is a bar
1.- 1. V L1' i ', L I i .t II. 1) i ,, I
i.'...! 4 "I L 4 '44 'll ,. 1.4 i. ,[
sys -)m; Ii.d said 411,4Pt i, I-, Jj r -D I, I I

dears safe t.,o aI .in r4 i r, r ni '
the e i ..t mi ll 41. 1.4
iieig h lo.r- Hii i b .M i.f.l i n d
tricts, as an objection. All
same manner. The pluralism
i d.-ril,.dn jud, atr...Uy iar
l4. 4irrl : .4 i... it.|.,. j I c
to make juries judges o
the security of all. It
twelve men, called suddenyotr a
stand a science which ma
to acquire. He said that an
proposed was, because a unis
has een so great an honor to the
capable of discharging the dut
grounds ofcomplaint against
no foundation. They are bai
bition. If all the objection
were true, he would wait till bD
it could be changed. He wa
against his inclination, o
comparison with abler minds,
lie came because ha desired toj
from an unwoarr igth
The President announced
platform a gentleman whoa
government of Massachusetts
ask him to make known his
tion
The Hon. Josiah Quincy,l
duced, who said no man cow
he was of the folly of a ma
undertaking to enlighten h o
to show his colors, not to
five years since he had added
that hall, and t i l'm a.n a iwh
he would not hake k.nIowrn hi
hcJ Hjo Josriahdii, l..lun cy
.i thiLi., .i ...l..r B.lii'i, \h.. hn,
proudly seventy-two years;
constitution was to be deseca
ii.]. t, m1..1..., awrayl, hn- ri
n dIeakiu n' I Lel. lig h
b-,. .,, U,. utl ~ -],ul, ir, I I, .Tc
: Ill, r. b) i..< r.:.,
ion I sho I o i or,'i'i ii i'it tlo
call was to men of all parn
i,,e I, 1w1 1 no 1.,Jha r-oio,
A nzr,,i .i r I' a . ..
]. r, 1. -,1 ,-i.. IjI I I r,. I...
4,.44,lI...I,.i .s ai-,iec. l..
*4.44,41..4,' 1 4I.4.,' 44lt4'i, He
consituionaas onhodes



i....hJ IIii. [i.. I ...I.-.]i

9 1 -. Ei ..II-t, 1.--w 4444.4.
I4 i.. |. [ I 4' 4 tl .'"I4p J Lj 'l > l.<
]4,.IJ,,I...t ,,, 4 1, ha ..h ,. +


of thi
I I 4. i4d44a |.r,:.[..o..l y
Cal..I 14 ,. . ,.tn.-i ill r,
nomer, and nothing but th
I r lii, puip- Til.Con
li,4. ,.tu la..iei.lr.. 1, .,
t,,iih,.ij +,r,. r~i, nli'"i'
and they have done it ...
knows what it is. If it is
beggar's coat, in which the
from this time forth patches
in order to ke
ie c ij-,I. I. i..T. I a4. -T44,4h
i," ii l i'inliitj- J l' i ri t''ig.1an
tI 1 I..,l:- lIr. I :,l tn, I
sitonl1.'.l .[.1",', l I'i V,'
yon Wt..4 I .4i44 1 r.'l,..i_
belonged on the 5th o01 N
% n II ",..A, 4....n t .t I" .'.
i. l.l. Ir.- I'. lh r1 l I a .4I 4
i,..,.r i, r ,].,- 4, h 4 4.I, t
y..uI. .' ith h.-.. .. 1,. ,4 1; tl .
(rfill i.. I. , l .'.u|L. 'A
i..llhIl r. [ u!t.lnu r,.' rrit

I h I,. I., jI. fl. .ha ll 1, 1.a.%
et. r. 4 lia lll..l. I .. .I i lll
r.ih.. I I4.'i' n4.. lhn.-,+ [4,.i4
to be a member of t&at I...h.
which if their talents, their
patriotic principles are co
orable, as it has been the
tion of men that ever as *-n
l i,--nr.r ,iLu,,!,,,i ..h l. ,,p
4i h.I..i .h i, i, ,[ | h.. r. [4
n r t". i -I iY' ; [ r',. ,r .. ;[ -,
1' l1. ..il1,.. f.ii feeling
,;i-111,. of the towns o
1 i-.44i, and spiritto ti,-r
up into districts, it will [i,
I. 1. ,, .' l pll,lh n4 .1 I'4l
I.4.1. l,.lP4. .. ,i 4' .4 h l
i I i r. .1 I. .. ..
JJ.'. ,'. I' h.. I4 I4 4 ,4, .'.i4
112. ,.. 4+ .i Ld 4,. 4.4l .4i l ur .
l.44 4I 4 I'4 l .4l4 > I,.- l a l
The last objection was t
judiciary was treated. it
Ii.:,.144 i.1 .., that subject
1,, 11,.1 >iyir to the poor, 4,
tious,the men who never ex
care and maintain the indep
you would be protect
The venerable gentleman
longed and enthu
The following letter from
was the
To the Committee of Ap\rii
I ui,. uil Ilijl,
44.444.4401 l4i .ISl na
tl1ose of persons expected
evening, rt is with extreme
I inform you of my inability
tertain deeper convictions
some, and of the destructi
of the proposed changes in
and no one can feel a des
may find summary and hopeless
good sense and honesty of tl
t 'i 41'1" rituii;ijiC lh.,l s41i,
t..,i,.'l f'4iLi *d[-'i.P.ll'.]",
St i .>rli.lihL'lt ].nl l\ l 1.

. lII I. .4 l I. 1,', 1 4... II
". I ,,I,, r4 .. j 1141,44l4 ...
ai,.P t tr I*' r 1i4 4 l.4 .r,:,.
:.:,i, r,., .r it, a- I tl.. r
"I. ,t 11r... ..hiil ULn-ri,- Ir
., J uraii L' li.i.d',Iiul. r'
stance, and comps 14n1' Irrs,
tunity ol which 4 4h',-rI lt,
se


Corbin, in Oxford, and a
of Webster, were several
calf-skins, to the amou
suspicious circumstances
h.,. 4ii .. ,.;I proper
,.,i 4 ir i ,t ,t. found i
persons, who are suppose
of stole
1,;';'e,, 4.11 Pi, I cert, a
rI'l \._ i4 "r..r ,, -i.C
Mien were arrested on
Worcester, and lodged

BUesINEss DOltE IN THE
DURING O THE MONTH OF
Letters received and regis
ten and recorded 1,2 1,. i
i,,.., cash entries, i-'-.
1.Li,. posted, 9,032; s
pii,-I. osted, 8,083; paten
4tt4iinn, 7,564; patents
examined, compared and
examined, 5,961; warrants
Virginia land scrip iss
Star, Monda.
LAUNCH OF A CALIFORN
new and splendid steam
tons, will be launched f
-;I, k. at Williamsburg,
p. M The vessel is so
all of her machinery in,)
ness to take her place in
nia Line on 26th Decemb
Uncle Sam a
The Yankee Blade is sub
best materials, and fin
among the first of the co
agent and owner.-New
aerceth.
The wife of Rev. William
gyman in Westfleld, was
last Friday, when she su
and fell lifeless on the
age. Is supposed to have
hea


PRICE TW


sons represented. The pri
vention, that no part of the
regarded in the representati
unfounded as a maxim of po
fensive to the non-voting c
are sulect to the laws, and
public burden; as it is als
of which they form a part,
cost ocesolned by this class
public establishments for e
purpo., Besides this, another
constitution, which abolishes t
will greatly tldiminsh the
tants, and thus remove even
aginary advantage, which is
for the entire disfranchise
people of' the
Resolved, That the expect
ventioan, that the people w
adopting plan or equal r,
up by the Legislature of I' ,
T he Hose of epresentati`,i
jority chosen by less than
is not the least reason to b
to abdicate their power, a
maturing the details of an
the people. The hope of a
vention is equally illuso
Convention to be called wil
by less than a third of the
government, carefully devs
party purposes, will, ift s
permanauently fixed upon t
possible remedy within the
ment itself or any actio
Resolved, That we regard
Constitution of the State h
Convention, in the subversi
for party purposes, as par
aga=t]the Constitution o
has been carried on of late
same auspices- and that fo
stitution should be earnes
of the glorous National U
people;' that its adoption
good patriots in other port
alarming step in those move
shaken our national stabil
much "to alienate the diffe
from each other, and enfeeb
them'tog
] i.iv -.I l ,..ii l'. 4,.. r
Pi.r. l l ILL r., u.i .'l. i]
b1 1t. h,ti *i ,. i.4 4, l. i
4i4,.-i rs'o14ii4 i l f i n i. iil
4'44 II& were,,.at,, -r te. ne
I fi t L I i I'LI b 1 1 i.i.. *
i h 40 ,!'iIji lU jut.! tf...i Il
i4.1"ai 'l 4l4td r ini'ipi 4,1 Ir'
44.61,4 444 p~ P..4..I.I ,.r r.
4J4,%,44cc r.o,Isl 4- r1'. I v--o.i-dfeei rvso s
ti hi4, 444 I I,.t o U i,4.h I ,r
W .. L.l' lI A 1 '...,i jo 44
a ... .nlin i'..c(h.iii ,l'rh]
.it l. I'. ril ..i4r uui,4 44l
day next, and pronounce a
je
W.R.P. WfBAsirrw Ear f
II. l'44414414444 f4II 44 *11
(a t; .1IJ I '-. 11 -- .. If IA I. .. ....l
t 4.4,<, I..'I I'.4144.' .', i ii I
1;, 0.1 .1, .1 ,, oh rpon e ure a
h I,.. .'. -. l, 1. . 1- ,.
i m. h 4i ti. ...4 .:i. , l :..t a1 r .o
I i .i-ii l.4. 4,'r i.. 4. 4
I' N-'' -.', l4..; 1 ,.J p r, h
i4 44.444 I t.[ii 4 I 1- ,
-.1 1,01 14r 4 i. 4.4, i 11. I.. ..o
ml.. mi -..iU,.'ii, 1.4 4.].i .
.4 il, w. 4ll. 1 to
It e,..... a..iu 4,.e. a, r.
l.. t1 0Il L I l, is

Aluocmous MrERDE -.-
spatches have stated bri
Luiitr. t ,. Ir Ir rin an
..., rt, im 1 J..4 h in his
that city. The Louisvi
mail,furnish the partic
brother of "Sallie Ward
and divorce from T. Bi
city, have been matter
r,.4-,,4: l,,:.,l, r Wa
"i.-Vlli B ,lh.i h w. I.i,...l,
pa.l ic.h. i.r, H4 .l .. Ls
fraction of the rules
morning, M. F. Ward,
1.4,r I -, r, i ered the
l,.,iitr, 1 .1 insulting
strnuek him with his fist
B'uTle'r l md ,,. ii,,I i, nn -' m kil
<.l- 01,. f .l. It ..'. *-iT
l "1..4htr Wakr.l ln..,ur,.l.
sor Sturgus, the princip
hearing the report of the
ler's assistance. Butler
The Louisville Cou
William II. G. Butler w
and was twenty-eight yea
death. He was educate
where he graduated wit
He was one of the best e
ern country, and one of
cessful teachers. Afte
to this city, where he wa
months a private tutor in
Ward, Esq., the father
subsequently travelled i
44 -.'. w. di ,1 .l I,-.11..
i i' i.)i i!. 11'V .rl.l en
444 44.014a. Ate hs'eur, ndsic
ii-'.,iht -h 1 Jr-.. Af
he established the Louisv
s." nt..t a I 1 1, .. -I. ... 1,r
ft w -, .J i .l 1... a.u,1S'
family, and a liberal s
inducement for him to ac
sire to be n.. i. i,l,.v:l i
ed him to i'4. 1i. rth.. lu i,.
class school here, for b
now induced him to decli
Ward in a spirit of -_ ,.
I- r.r,.1 ,.. i,.l M ri L l
I,4. r- ,ur4 11 ir..ri, ',l.'..,
a child some se
The Wards were examine
lice Court, and were r
charge of murder in the
munity at Louisville

CAS E OF MRS. GAINE h
formed by a friend of Mr,. 1
lady passed -l ,i_.h- 1 l%[4I'"
and told her, a ,: hi.],...
who has for a long ti:u ,- ..
dies, waited upon her
since, and said he wa
mother was duly married
Clark; of which fact he
money. That the lack of .rti.
fact was the sole cause (4ll,
hereffarts to recover h
.the exttence of this ev
to the Tefcndant in.' i 1 r. ,
isiana Courts, he '.-, 4,.
: hir i. ....ver, and (l.4I.1
*4,. ,j.i, 4 at a fair e
acceped-since which t
says hlie has compromise
possesors of her father'
sum t' money in the aggreg
whick will soon be secured
atiot is correct, of wh
doult, Mrs. Gaines, afte
ing li feats, will at last
tatc tis the sole heir of
be passed among the m
Winton (D.i

StOOP-OF-WAR AI.BAKT
the command of James P.
pot ~yesterday, from a sh
grounds. During her abs
very heavy, wet and fog
lit,i off Port Richmond,
shespoke tlte Britishs s
d>l-'-pit, who saluted
( bLt r-. which were c
On the 22d ult., off E
(,ri'.11 lle Albany spoke
:.,. ,',il, fish for the is
captain reported that he
fisBing vessel in the Gu
msnth past, nor heard
baiks.--N. Y.
HILID BIJENID TO DEA
says :-A little girl, dau
Eagerly of this town,
burned to death at the r
ESlson street, on Tues
mother had left the room
and it is supposed that t
:t5'l.il., r by the st
--.,] I '. 1 ame ignited
resistance. Water was t
h4 l] i ,Ih,1':,'II. li14 w r4.
Bi4 il;4 il']. 4 1. '...,. ":
vas horribly burned. The
rough the day; when nig
Irom he
ROBBRgIES IN OXFO
iN ARREST.-WVe learn from .
few weeks since the store


"And so we might go
list. A careful analysis
large proportion of t:,. -
,r4 .,id standing," .,i.
hpr it, reason that the pa
ly cir ,i4,1, .i .11,1ttp..:- 1 I
have -4' 44.I h.h I', 4l, ,,I
they ii r. ... 11-i l. opposed
meet" ,'in, 444.O44, o onl
bition." But the list al
many others-men of hu
property, but of equal i
embraces men of all part
distinction, and, as we hav
have been increased in number
sented an overwhelming m
if mere numbers had bee
I... BIr,-r. n. G 11Co
Li .. 'Cr Ts[+ (i PChCu m
J .1 4i. ii,, D, Frc
R1 i,.I L .'hi. |. [ Lo
i I ,.4l4, L SH i
IN I ,l;UD 1D. D, JasR
T h" .J-l" C -ajt,, Thoes
B D Peck, Alvin
Wm McDonald, W L Wi
J S Eatnm, John
J R French, idvid G
W H Hadley, WI H Chamb
Jqbn M Wood. Dariu
Ira Crocker, John
Philip Greely, E F
Wm W Thomas, Freeman S
S B OJsgod, Auaus
Those Hammnond. MW Fu
Luther Jewett, Chas
W P Fessendea. Geo Co
S J Smith, J W Yeaton
T C Hensey, Chas S
F Tinkhlam, MoesM
Luther Daln, TristraI
Bbea Steele, Geo Pe
Wm Wlilis, J B Cu
Josh Richardson. Crawf
1Mo reeloug, J E gkins P
(w Gould Pete
J B Scott, Sam
Sal Feasmnden, SEdw Fa
C C Harmon, BFe RC
Hear Carter, MiB W
Wm Goodenow, sasa
J W Waterhouse,. JAW D
A CoGaht, Nat5.1J
Avg XStevren, 5 BH
Wabor Fa w, J xerg


From the Mercha
Every body knows that
O'Donnell, the latter a
land, have been writing
and the Expositor, of Por
against the Maine Law.
vainly to prove that the
ed, and that there has be
just as much drinking,
selling as ever. The me
others, of Portland, kn
be false, signed a paper
below, declaring thosest
The paper Is headed by
I ii: h.lr--sy. exceptingo
nell), making four hund
wW be understood that th
contradict Messrs. Neal
ments. This it does
STATEMENT OF CITI
Portland,
Our attention has been r
ments made by two citize
tion to the operation of t
and State. These state
that there is more intem
sold and drank, in this ci
ent time, than before th
liquor law. One of them
say that there is more i
and neighborhood, and
whole State, with here an
tion, than there' has be
h.. 1 ,i,.. !"-and both
It ....,-di d '-,ii of things in
believed, to affect injur
which our city has here
If these statements had
lated only in this city
feel called upon to noti
circulated abroad, to the
of our city and State, a
to work serious mischief
unite in saying-as we do i
terms-that we deem these,
ments, as most grossly
and unfounded. That the
founded must be manifest
prejudiced citizen of our
apparent condition of thi
sure test as to the exist
records of paup
We deem it proper to add
tion 1. ii44.-t .. Oll oI
thle 1. ,, I,. I h a ul' ,-l .'
enables us to speak in thi
sonal II ...1
T he ,I -..% i ,k., i i i .
land. We append a porti
marks of that paper, whi
tant do
"It is a well known fac
whole progress of the
(1,, I'r;''' ;I il .,|.,.,,,
I ir u.-- -f s .... ;, -
luxurious, on the one h
rant, and degraded on t
i 4i ...I ......,- il[ .' -i
b -. .rt i ,,t i, .. ivl ,
i ,u.i i ,ll ,.. ,,u rr' . .
rejoiced to see that amuchla
our wealthy men, especially
chants and business men
in this matter, and arra
dedly and openly in fav
perance. Nevertheless, it
of attack to represent t
men of very little co
'property and standing
z'. l,.i: ,i ,.1 blind
11 -r *
"It was not at first des
per so extensively as i
one and two hundred had
to our office for public
pressed a desire to sign i
tl they could have an op
of names had been the pri
with very little effort, h
have presented an over
whole body of
The Advertiser then goes
tory of the character o
hav( -;_, .1 the paper. A
ent .L;j. ,r ,I, very h
"The next name on the l
Grecley. Mr. Grecley i
and most respectable of ou
years he was tlhe Mayor of
elected, we think, inI 18
Cahoon was elected, in
cupied that station for t
ii. 'he two years of the
I ..' and Mr. Parris. M
resented the city i, i. r, .
for many ye- ars l'Pi,', 1. ,
is constitutionally and
cautious, and cocservat
prominent lMenl of ourcity,t
one so noted lor his habitue.
dow -r4m4Oi 'I0 lr/e i4I -a .t.I ,
all iuil.JIi, -.. i iimi I
ofti,. .. .. .i .... ..
and hold fast to that w
scheme of reform can comm
til it has been demonstrate
serve
Next follow the nam
different religious s
We next come to the
contractor who built thl
rence Railroad. Ile ha
workmen of different kind
and American, in this c
line of the railroad. Fr
and from information de
tendents and agents, he
ing that the law has b
good-ithat his men, on'
more days in the month,
Sperfobrm their duty, anda
than before the I, -,. I -
coinmon for mal'. .4r r,,
with red eyes, and trenb
.. -;v n .hnd.4 t4_-.o
,h.l ', ir', l"i i>. rli.,.CaU
the law, this has been of rare
he has been able to calc
certainty, that in a force
live to fobrty-eight would
tally, whereas, previo
thirds could be relied upon
ance on the ground, and man
wo
The difference, lie say
into New Hanipshire, was vy
soon as they had got fairly i
I' b- again suffered from
,4v -.' a portion of thei
age of thie law, the mena
Before, most of it was
idleness. In this respect
been very apparent. Th
the operations on the
street, in this city, as
towns. Mr. Wood feels co
ments of Mr. O'Dontell do
present habits even of t
stead of -,.i.., ,.1;r,;.
hibited, c. I.l .1, .':..
in thcir h.,11,l. ,14 ,
"The name of Ira Crock
Wood. Mr. Crocker has
man during his whole li
observer of men and thin
ness in the country as
Goods," and a time whe
were 4, ,', r 411, ,ri, a
ties. II, I ..... 41 h.44
theu, both in i ; ld i
as well as any ,.il. r m
shrewd business itan, w
proved his means of ext
gives the result of that
meant which ht
"Mr. Nathan ('.4,,.itip..
citizens, and was ,i.1nh. rli
"Mr. Thomas I: I'i '"I.,
B. Osgood was formerly
Bank and subsequently
Mr. Jewett was the Colle
the administration of
more. Mr. Fessenden is
and out the State to req
John Smith and T. C. I
known firm of' Smith
what they say upon this
them ci'n be suspected o
due partiality


SCHOOL

.AMIGEEL
Landscape
228 WASHINGTON I -II;L
Mb'w Two or three pi.,ia't ,i r
INGS. I. I JJ u
MANUEL F
PROFESSOR
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Instructions in th
S1r.% lI NI ITL respectfuly Inf
L 41 tl, ... 4tostru desfrott
returned to the city again, a
sons again in her nat
september IsWedFa&MSl
Willow Olen School
WEST CAMBID C
ON the Lexington Railroad.
the care of Rev. MIR. &
session will commence on T
continue eleven weeKs For c
Infbrmation and references, a
otober31

ROWE STREET
T OH SCHOOL F
undersigned, who for mor
been at the head of on
Schools, will open a PrivateS
of Young Ladlesn othe 1st
of the late John W. Bradlee,
Rev. Dr. Adams'church. Hi
nytlu and .tassiae Jcsl
with Istruction from the
laInguges. Hours oi Instract
Terms *100 a year, or 825 a
ed, and farther information g
Post Office avenue.
Right Rev. MantonEstburmn.
Hot. Rufts Choats.
Han. Abbot Lawrence.
Bev. r. D. Huntintena
Boe. Benjamna Beaver.
Do".AluguatL I


Chas Staples, John A
Catch Rose, Sam Ro
D H Furbish, Geo H W
Israel T Dana, Cha D
W C 1 obinson, Wm Ki
E C Andrews, Wmr S Do
B C Fernald. Clement GeoS
N L lPmi-t..... GT
.4 III s4y Benjami
.1. I r I ..Ir r F. Ja
i L. .' i"iv, Alvi
4. 4' iiunnr'.r, C B I
J. ....-.io .. Jo
F I 'cr J L Sawyer
N I,.,. 40 REKHunt,
-I.B.. 4 B l. Jasa' Sm
I ...l. t. .?. JolHWhit
,l, i '4. Joh H
',aD. .r ,iram B
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L'.,:.) Mariner, % 4
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I M- 1'ii. -[..,.j W
SIi II .t.ii, GeoGolde
I, 8 1" .4-). Gamalie
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44 ?4 l4,.I..44. J 11 M

T M. ,.lh. Augustus
A. I.. I 4.C II, ho-
S-r,.. r. WKimbal
1 ,Jr. John W Mur
14. I I, il. Hee
')4.. i i 0-.n, M an
Daniel Muosey, John Cr li
I T) 0wiil. WmAAHlyde,
ii Ii Ii, HenrylB H
i L.o I ,.. 1. GeoLord
J' JWTurner,
',, ai Jo ee
I H d I. e:,:,' Da.ie
J. ir. '.r B.r r,. SBe B
I.. 'rI. 1 .I. atll r n
1 I ,M Geo Warren
., E IV "" .]..., IBBPnk,
R I. W I.4 ,I. TmH o
S f'.. HCBabbh
J I%. .. ... John Yea
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it M.!,4[. 1 1, Pobtl R
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M.or ov1rour profess-ioni epnibe o h
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hig th. ctia Mdwfer, nd!'. 4
c o., s ..u .4, ., e t ,,
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FEMALE MEDICAL EDt
of Female Medical Educat
sideration by the medical
pressed upon the public .
writers entitled i,, i .*|
cussion. tInder,..,,t I
lead in this woi k, iof ,f
and trained as physicians
science should be tau.
Moreover our profession
conviction is now become
high titer that Midwifery,
eases of females, should e
whole tribe of specialist
pretensions to exclusive ,1 I
is faIst becoming a public
have tolerated too many
try, whose want of delic
many instances, should
the profession, when the
the treatment of their fema
notorious by the b. M.Re,..D
Iave heretofore. -|,.k. 1
deserved, when the "De
scheme at Buffalo, and th
so called at the Univer
were puffed by Dr. Bed
thant these abuses of th
,iu tri. .; in a few of the
:, :i,,. r of obstetrical p
males properly educated
justified the alternative, fo
sex from these indecent
Gattte, .Edited by 0D.
A SLAVE WHiIPPED T
Tfon.-Thsic tM'. i. i..1
Itc ry Birdi... H mil [I .l .
.. .. 4 4, 4 4., i *. 4,,
since, so .. .,,Il[[
on Tu nsela I. .'1hi. 1.1. Il
A jnury wa1 s .rl %,,, a 4 I,..]
quest lield, which resulted
diet that deceased came
blows, etc., inflicted by
song. A warrant was i
1.4.1 1 -. asid the acc
hl.,ii. .
,MARYLAND.--I ,,T ......
trict, Shower, Dcm., ha
fourth district, May, Dcm,
*the fifth district, Hamilto
;*' ; ;,h one precinct to h
But i, So!lcrs \\7 I has
Calveot and St. M1ary count
timore ,eit er L;..,
in the" i,.'. i.Ji. h, hy
State Sc,.,i. rh., WL;..
the liou .. .. 44 1.,44,: i. ,
for the wi,.. r,,.,4. ,,r L. F,
ur
YELLOW FJ,.VEB AND D
arrival yof oerdarv Mf thie
Button, rin.., 1'4441 an
Jeremioe 2d, we learn t
", ,is. with great sev
I1.. 'r Windsor lost
low fever on the voyage
Massachuseotts, who died
rie of DinariC; Michael
Taylor of Edinburg;
Mind of Sweden, who al
Lost,
Moax MAR U.ACTUIJIN
formed, says the |i" ;i,.
with a capital of I, 441,I4
N'r' i' i, 4 l, Boston, an
,i" .1.1,. propertyy of the
Company, where, in addi
to manufacture flax. A
400 or 000 hinds is nea
operation in
IN VIOLATIION OF LAW,
of Saturday, for New Yo
the Norwalk (draw) Brril
I.... .. ti,, hw's of thl 4
_, ".... .. i'., that he
.4.I .. .. ,44!. . .
ti,. .* 4.".i .1. ,l. r I, l,
complaint, we hear, to
pre
NxAVAL.--T., pTI'. l':
Comlnander, sili'1 ,] *..L,.r
antine for the]l.4, rilI*ri
commission o0, it,. ..*'
.4.1r 11,. i. i h4.4I. r 1
i I44.4ii" ~ ,4 .jr[1.lj1' *1
4. 1'., i' "... l.1 ,
mandant of the New York
and popular commander
York Jomta o
Loss OF TIMnEn.-We
vessel with some 10,000
.;_,. .1 N4.I ih. Govern
* i.4,.4.,..1 40 l>. Wor
tlii, I'. ,r a> 444.1: a:. Su
'h 44,4. I up Is its p
'\\i ',n,. 1 ',I't ,4 ., .j p
the Government booms at
the heavy action of t1 sr> '
ing, theygavoway,aiid .IIl.,u
ber floated into the lk,. h.
waH ,~-h;i -.'] from Cha
go T


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road in charge of u esnes
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PANTS AND VESTS, of
UNDER SHIRTS

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SHAWLS, SCARFS,
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bracing almost every
For Boys from 4 t
Thlelr Stock undoubtedly is
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whose attention must be mai
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WEDNESDAY. NOV

HAWAIIAN AFFAIRS.-O
from the hiawaiian Isla
tudiced source-the c
Francisco papers. Jud
San Francisco Iltrald
pendent who claims to
to know allthe secrets of
is In the ascendant ju
the United States the fa
But other and better i
islands, assure us tha
the United States has
mind with approbation;
Amcricau adventurers v
Hawai'as ports, have an
This correspondent of
speaks contemptuously
cipal advisors; while
spenttheir lives on the
government of the isla
d IirnlIinisI .i a d In,. :[ t i.
v 1 ., ul' l L i I

'l .i1. Is'I ,; C11.1 le\[
of 0i. 1', I itmi.i ]
tive to the Indians of
ed from the white neigh
tribes. It Is a series o
four day's of discussion
ants of South Florida,
Soto, the county seat
meeting opened on the 1
on the 21st, after ado
lowilg preamble
Whereas It is the privil
nClraiC l\ il. . a p ii.,r'
nl ilc 'il'., Iii i C ,.'i ..,' l l' i
ceh IC".r IU I 1 1 11I Li. u
aet .,l ll ,ai 1t .i'iui .h111 t.i
bee]b'-- t ti,..''
der i I T. ii < ,, i f Iije o- I.. i .
1.- 1 1rt l0 r- ..
hiA il dtintt s ofI er i',J-..,,
'cbitinitsofthe otb. r .'''imi
tciiitor. are more nli .J1i
aI.d clissi. ers const....I .
b ',I- I, Ifhlb", W i deI i ng t I.at, i i

[i e.,- t,.IFC,- I.. i, :.. '...e J. .
eiP (l ,jL' i rii.. i' i i i i t
ed by tl e whites, but h]ave
of their peaceable tiisipo
o. IC I .,., e, i''I an
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snoethl('m by e'l','. ..l-.'
Leces ity ai.dt1. e in[ IT n
a.i ilL.: 11. in, to t
I;S,,'i Th'at, in our
i'. i .i-i ..ia t',nscqu
tl r, tie ,Ii" s, iibe
l I .1. ,,1 ,.1 i it i r di.r i
ofi ldian
itesolv..,i Jal e.i' c, iii i
crnce of .i,, x i.l ...r ,i c Ie i
Sly uoe all i 0 ..,5i,, -.ij"
I I -i. il ii. I11l. Ci'., iiiC. 5
|I,..! 1 1 1 .!-U I lllL 1J n* 1 ir 1-11 1-'
1.-,. 1-01iIL- I Li1huti, ilrIndio
I,. ',,l\ .i, Ill' v :. IL.
have not heretofore been
and quiet have not been di
time to believe w

TnE STRONG MINDED
The North China Heral
Dr. J. McGowan's note
In Chi'a," relative t
in one of the southern
males and juveniles we
After following certain
the streets, and compe
the money in their pos
siege to the house of
ricaded his doors. Not
down, they made a br
women were moderate,
sentation of a little mo
departed. They immedia
the residence of anot
the magistrates of the
alarmed at the number
the mob, and the result
of cash was made, on
For a number of days t
were besieged, their
their walls perforat
11i '' ial i li[ el. '
ofleidcrs, being of no
wings of thlcse fenlale
arranged that there sho
of rice, ald a sEumam t
thousand sail wasd
tizcns for tihat purpo T
made at he various tm
crowd was so great that
denly opeeind, about th
to dealls. The populace
that they sAkcd sever
only restored bly furt
Of thlie females, Dr.1
the authorities buen ab
shocinhf th lii nitol,
iosttiwtlIy t hiown 1iorsf
tlhen coild walk or e
'The deobi mity occasi
corrected by a peculiar
wise these unfortunate c
gusting custom woul
either to a recel'ni ..I
DLISTRTUCTIVls FInRE.-T
known as Port Norfolk
ter, was visited last n
flagationi, destroyifig
some $V'5,000. The fir
last evening in the exte
Steal'nhs. Of 5o combltt
,,ii'h ii that the flame
ii ...lI''. and in tWo o
Inent weis burnt to the
very large amomlt of lu
we have not heard ettia
!?r'' One story -' ..'
.1 N .! Door and :h.l.l
large, ';,,e ;, ii.i ri. i
BotOe il i, 'I..t in
for $a000. Baldwin
amount of hard pine lu
mechanics lost their t

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I C5,n * 11" lip, 'r w
dIjI iaes "' I i .'he,. ,
; u sl 'l rlilt..ii'ii. i -"
ing at lt,. lalis 1 .1. l,
prop
THE WEAKNESS OB
TUTlON.-Perc'y \\''i|
the passage of a 7aw i
certain number of slave
execution. The measure
of strengthening the in
during more persons t
having been objected, t
such a purpose, would
uess. Mr. Walker reply
Iiiii.i, il ,t tthe institute
*I let ti, ,ml power of th
rayed against us on
ll ranks and classes
in proteSting against l


country, partlics, sec
au 'i,-i.t ;i in every f
al nsi i 'ur very senisi
argues our fears of the
To think, i V, .f '...,-
'. i, 1I ,,t '.. ,
kl'] i" ,'.',.i it, is t
not deceive ourselves.
ing to break or turn as
which ass r-'e andld ro
flood. N.. .i. but in
fenders of slavery to
only is to be fouil, itVlii
b.t'-i, i r,rl. 1.1 1. i ',J. ,

ELECTIONS YESTERDAY.
graphic despatch is all
New York
ls.ii aih. Il fli-m iieIOtht
C. II i .''I'll,? jC Ia 'ilt illher
I';. _-hi'll', h i i.n..[11 1

From New Jersey, our
Price, the Democratic
leads largely in one
In Louisiana, the De
State. The Whigs elect
hers of the Legislature
uncertain. It is suppo
crat, is elected i
P.S. For further despa
In regard to the New Yor
are not of a very def
despatches state that the
ANOTHER ltNt 'NTI\itN
At about eight o'cloc
.iepii.n IVhint .v ins N..'
of the Boston and Wor
on fire and totally destr
eluding a horsetand th
partially insured., This
dwelling house in Newt
fire and destroyed with
barn in Waltham, on the
a ' i ] ri
CaiNES SPOniLS OF W-PA
(.C i i enumelrating
a .:'. ,..I insurgentdet
rebels host at quantity of
witlh a1-I;umter of stan
An umlaltla, especially
it e ., clurmsu
tr .. t, ;,'.i,


h'1 s.i'T ic .- i'e V/ .. I '
t-a .II (. - T e V. ff i hi-t :i. rc l ,!; i -

or-- m'e about 1o "ni iln l.Lx !;it .1 ,
fo I I c sou ad o I, a -11,4. "p t a ,x ter alppi, b dt1tiwaiji.ii hiscr ItLfyn
I.o cok o t for 111e son1d ol1i,,e- t1..-' nlie.il., liop'|
* plg right and left upon thl no.. .... l ,I. .. Wn I.
appointees, who prefer affiliation with partifsv who i c
Sdisavow the Baltimore democratic platform. The and
,re principle insisted on in N. York will o arigid-
han ly carried out in Massachusetts. Theirimplrative | ..h
e-rule is, that all who stand on the Baltimore plat- I'
S his all-'CI, .'Io.
Form and sustain them (the President and his ad- ,,I ,
Ind ministration) shall be guarantied their position in
SIsl ra1.Lhnn f er tiigoaat .
the democratic party; while all who act with those l
L ",' i' ,e on t1g nudiec.
I who do not stand on the platform and fail to sus-t er
,he I tain them, shall be regarded as their political ene
I miles. So again we say, look out for the swinging 1s .
I of the axe in Massachusetts." I ,rl .
IT The close convention by which the Boston Rep- I'i'e".IJ,1
less %b h-hh -li.wllhii wehcan
Sresentatives are usually elected, is so tenacious of ,nI,
the its rights, that all its members had to under
go. crs-x .iain SC. -, ,
og. cross-examination, and for aught we know were
Sput upon oath, that if possible the leak might be the old m
Inl- a t t te eitri_ ,for in
ye discovered by which the Traveller becomes po
te sessed of the secret proceedings of this public
tho Ifenon ... *a
lly body. The inquisition, however
ow and we are afraid the Convention will have to put
us on the stand before they obtain the desired in-
more than once during the
formation. Our reporters, sometimes invisible, oet
moe are vigilant and faithful; and wherever the inter-
la- ests of the people are concerned, they are parties
at- laxly prompt to keep the people well informed,
ion We learn that on Tuesday evening the following
ter additional nominations were made for Represeu- r 'I '
i .-I.. : 1,1,& t. ..r .\. i w g
bit- tatives :-John Souther, Hiram Bosworth, John ate., s
de G. Davis, Edward Dexter. ne
'he i T a collection of horses which
he This completes the number of forty-four, Jo- v
'ed seph lasigi having declined, and one of the above iii
fol- being nominated in his place. l.,i
We have for some time thought that the plan I.- IhI
their1 ordinary lcla-iI'i. ih'. [a
om pursued by the Whig Ward and County Con c- rrag
on- vention, in ostracising temperance men, would th hore
an ~~~~~In'a stud of 1.., i.L!", t, il [- n
a create a feeling of opposition to regular nomina- as;,
In- tionsthatwould, sooner or later, make itself felt 1,
I ll, ri,1.,n th..rand esth rrie
the at the polls. This year, the entire Whig Senate-
t
,. Hial list has. been adopted by the liquororganiza- ill.
,ia tion of this city, and has for nearly a fortnight
,. been at the head of the columns of the Chronicl
ii.' (the organ of the liquor sellers,) as their regular
Senatorial nomination, beneath the names of e1
,, Wales and Osborne for Governor and Lieut. Goe. e
.. The Temperance I .,,--., met, therefore, in Fan- i
cu. l Hall on Thursday evening last, two thousand
ted strong, and unanimously presented a list of can-
ed; didatcs, which certainly, if generally sustained,
tis would redeem the city from its present position o
are annulling a law of the Commonwealth. At
to recent election in Baltimore the Maine-Law tick
was triumphantly carried, and the immediate re- ap
L. suit was the closing of the tippling shops on Sun

The enSgraving is very poor, btytlibllslaleo
re day last. e
rea The Democrats of Newton met on Monday buffdal
e to ,,, bfloOnt
and nominated A. H. Ward, senior, and H. afemale
not R. Wctherel as their legislative candidates. They h
wo ,e of the words, I-U '1 1 1" '-l-,;I 'LI-% ,.,
in- are both in favor of granting to the Charles River deposit
ors Railroad a charter for the additional mile n
ar- to carry out their project of a route to New Y
ise- which charter was refused by the last Legislature
et- This subject will influence the people of some of
tlhe towns in Norfolk county, in their votes for fiv
ace Senators and Representatives
or a The democrats in the Vermont Legislature have
nominated Hon. Daniel Kellogg for the U. S. Son-
ate, and the Free Soiellers Hon. 0. S. Shai
SWhigs have not yet made a selection, but the
m111 choice lies between Jacob Collamer, Portus Bax-
nts tcr and Carlos Coolidge. day
red The Newburyport Herald says: 'We under- 50 fee
fe- stand there is a spontaneous mov
the masses of the Whigs, in many tow
.- may not be without a marked effect upon the ele-
out tion. It is proposed to meet coalition by coali-
all tion, and in some towns where the Whigs are not
lar strong enouo to carry their candidates, to unite
J upon a National Democrat." 250N
em THB END OF THE EPIDEMIC
rhe Mobile Advertiser, of Oct. 8th, announces
ire- cheering fact, that the Board of Health had pro-
hey claimed the end of the yellow fever as an epidemi
to in that city. It had prevailed with deadly effect fo
death. The jury returned
for more than 12 weeks, during which time it is estim
rere ted that no less than 1072 persons have died in a
of consequence. The whole number of deaths in posu
ion that time was 1256, or eleven per
ale, tire population of the city! ten per cent. of
thy was from yellow fever!I!
and QUARANTINE ISLAND, in the Mississippi rivers
the Bear upon her hhnd
the near St. Louis, is said to be rapidly washing away tha
the The works about Bloody Island are thought to or

h have turned the main current of the
ally Quarantine Island; the eastern banks of which
Shave been washing away with great rapidity of
ty late. More than 50 yards have disappeared with-
Cl in a year or so. The soil &c. is lodged against the
ere main shore, and are extending that into the river
the So says the St. Louis Democrat.
ud- _____ previously robb
lesi MU RDER TRIAL.- John Murphy was arraigned three
his, yesterday before the Supreme Cour
ras sion at Bristol, for the murder of his wife,
and pleaded not guilty." The case was as- i shii
lad signed for trial at a special term of the Court tod
Sthle former and 12 dor the
In- be holden at Taunton on the 20th of December. t
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GLOOUCESTER. Nov. 9. ABROST 'FnO
The fishing fleet from the North-east Coast are now i
fast returning home; some twenty sail have arrive
.'l,' b I' I1,, i 111 LIP .dI l C1 l..renewsuptot
IN-i .suI I J Ih IAcItL-,.r wu. TaryC bad, and mackere
as scarce as ever.
A telegraphic despatch from Canso, received las
Monday, sii. li.vI, I. rItad another severe gale o
the coast. 'I ..- 'i,. ,in I .' I r1 I ,Itr.Ie I. ia ,r.lic
iL.I,, re f/I~~,., .. I, -. [ i.,. 111, h
,r ,si%- C,.iu i." a., i l., I S ahl.cs L.u ,,ah,.,t hlull aIr
owned by (C 11 F.'IL[V.fAi-. i. Samuel W. Brown, and
valued at '',n' ,r-tl, 'iJ *,l Gloucester Marine office
for $2,900 c nii ... r. .,ifil, The schooner E.
Merchantand I I' U i.. brt ha,1 beengot offand ato
into harbor, the tht .Th ult. T
The Essex County Temperance Convention meets Cro
here to- day. d
Mr~~~~~ ~ L, -.,, ... will a.ccoi~,r il .-L-.
Mr L "si 'i.. Iw I'. ml[.f|.arC serli l'Id r' to thesr
'W e,. i., 11, I.. ]iiiI tIl e..t.' I.I i ,.political .pe
i",,-" .' iIl,c.5 Iehi I..I,'..-.. I ,, i. I MaL..nr ay
Y, ,. .I .' i r. .,,.i. ,..w tfell tfor the first time
for -,I ..i-.. ...' lI, cc I ,'1' ,, 1
from the South West. Son,. i Ii-_a- I
arenow proseeuting the h I't :li e .'
Sho/als. IGAD NAPET'FKIHTTML
Edward W. Dexter died of consumption, on the
inst, aged 22 years. T''his youngman has kept forse
eral years at Mr. Foster's, on Tremont How, Boston. Ro
Hewas a promising young man, of strict moralityin Io
all his business habits, and betc..1 i1h.. I B oI".niG h.
circle of friends, who withhis .,ui il
Boo.G A. B
ls W.; William iaton Boston,
Boston, G. R.; AsaWalk
CITY MATTERS. .James H. Crook
Fiser Prvdne G.W
Meteorolosiceala
The Thermometer yesterday, Tuesday, stood as
lows:-At 1P. M. at 41; at 2 P.M. (lowest) at 37; a
10 P. M. at 431-2; at 11 P. M. atd 48; this morning at
o'clock at 57; at sunrise at 58; at 10 o'clock at 61;
o'clock at 65. open for the vis
i r. I ..i i, C ." i r iia e i.iy,.. il, I,. t... ,.. rrd
..'. It. lI, 1-i 1 set 11..1 .I... a 1. i.e's '.b..r ,,
I,./ ],n,,eh~t I ,is so arranged as to obvitthunelydap
ilThe wind yesterday was very light until late in i
evening-land the change in its it
At sunrise it was N..E.; 8A.M., N.W.; 10, South,
and after 1 S.E. Shortly after t;.ll this tapestry
ing, i u. l... 1.;l. iir a .I 1".a:l,111.1at unri
frW.m a 1.w i.l t 1 there is a good b
isr, IL
ii- sun wasfaiintlyvisib'. -. l, er:.ir al...,i eA.
but the sky C-rh -linrnllv i 1. ,;mr Iv r',.,i, tb. *
flakes over' le t.. .. iwI,,'i I. t i. ,ii ijI. i,p i s ere t
season) and;, w.'.-,I. I ui Vi l i' r ;.- i .,ii i,. .', h ,
ecd to rainie, I n ul i ic 'ii" P
n1 Fht.and -id not iealc l+,.. -r. . i t r;i l
(l o'etlock) thle sky is becoming clear, and the wea
wi i imanied fine. Sou.
The barometer has within the last 28h h., .r a o e t o
falles1. Its altitude. ,i..rdII, 'S sunrise ,S,. ,. I
es t .n ce th e 28th (.il I ..i. .hi si .,.
beingg at the r.0. .r.1-I ..i-o h le
Tile mean temperature of the first quarter or eI
days in Novemlber tr. i -r 211
it I- P' 51 11 hu 5. -' ilat, p6Cl1'' TE l''Rivrtis Loisvll rorie l
U . e ... I C ..I 110,-"9,-,,y ...... ,... ... I quar-"T
(1.] 1' Il.. .I1,1 -* L'.n rier tiiu river]. isini~j onc moefuIiI I. adso
l..-' I '' l" i' e^ .(' 'sll' '* ...i r,* I' l'' Ii, tor-
molneterwvere 64 onll i..'d -0,I I11lee I, i'' the I
7th1, .-.... ', ... TI:etemperatnrein Boston1thb
loll ,.i. I ..... ,t.i 1 i. n themglihtof theC6thfor
7 C i. IIIII. IL., autumn, and 8 days e
VARIOUS
The mean temperature ofeach of the four quarters of
October at sunrise, 21-2 and 10 P. M. was asfIowa:

I I5 .) .. ,I C ,',,. ., . + )s | i
S ,, T, ,m ... T .na s g n" e

i.t, 5, rl,.1 ... 1
31idayn ...................... ...4I,9" 5 0-SI H 2.- -i
or about three and a half degrees below; one and a ha
below; seven aida halfabove,sar.l1 i .. rc 1
,. ,-,., .,r i .,.. ..r. ..,,,'.]; # .j i, ,',,. ,j,i,.j
,l "..I ,, 'I' liliC '. 45cr I I' CI
iL.+,[~~ monument is inI process of, clr.ttion,. at h, r
,, t I I, S,...,h th. L i.. I ln .. r Il .... to 75 on th 20
jI .J "' ir. I'I,i 1h. .11 arang of4 de
agrees. 11 .& I ..i.i height of the barometer was 80.
on the .Il, : ''.\ . il, ,. 1, .'C, .C lC. ...a.
at n,..,.t between *L .,.ui *,haoir lo, a ,yw.a.,
an t, Ii ,,I third. A rfiy ss e
The quantity of rain as measured by the guag
ilt.i.. .,,k street was 3.92, or four-ninths of an inch
it.l, ih( average. The greatest fall (,r, .1.i i,w e
during the storm and, here, .u ,r riaiI .,' II,, *.4ris
: ci,1 i, ili'.l, occasion .r,.a-t I.llrlii. ,. i
.i , 11.,1 I l .tlit-Cof six inches in the ineteriro
Ma.! 1., L.d .1. ofa Ioot and at n ese
_.: u.1i,. r.i' damage to thetrees, which yet ri,..1,
i1.,l i...lhc. In Boston C. 1 r. ii 1 Ii A 1 l [.'m
i. 11't.'I I 1 hi anytim e II. ,I.. er.. ,,
At Baltimore at noon .'C It... I., I r.e I,,, I C...
thermometer stood at e(e1i, ",,!i ,'..tm till. 1..ftbe
5. at tIs Stt:il i..C r ll- i .. I a. ..',i'i, r,..ii i
's %,. 47 V5 I 4 1' I Il h,. ii.Lui,.i after aIu w
ilSJ ,ii.t .'l ah ,. ir.,,,i .LoutEuast o South,
',1uh-- I .i,,, .l I i' 5':';,.",; I l. ; i t. l' i
i-i i.l ," II ,V I..l,%lii hav eir.. i ?l o t ilg, i. .
:' ,,I,, Cr n,, 1,1 ', ,i > i 1.1 ii Ia' .. ii l i.h iI i,, n,
'1. i -- iI. I. I.t i. .. r,,1 h ,.I I, I,,, C 1. 1,1-1 -'.! ,
I: i- ,i,'S .C .... -.. i, ,, n,,s I,. if tem peraur s
:, i'.- ,T I I, II C .... 1..Ib C o ve,,
I O ti,. .,-I ...LI, i i, 1 oe -.. r; ,' , e ov d t ic n i u u n n h i ie
5 Oct(se. '.otrobbl 'fo'...i. s so iead no
14 ', conlde" ,h 1c
and that cetvween the i. i.. I, .. .i Octoberl841, t
coldest, and of 1851,, .'I,..E..I the series, there
was a difference ol 8.80O degrees
I' i' i I ; .1 7.'. I
I. I" ] '; 1
I 7 ;I '4 ', i I .
.1 t bean tI, 'r I '. ,'1 'on.eI .I
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BY TI
TI AVELLEK CO
-TxiE vSERy Li
NBW YORN
New York
Eighteen Wards of New Y
from in respect to the elect
the following are the result
form and whig* 4 pure ref
soft; and 3 hard and soft
The Reformers have a stro
ceo
In King's Co., Hutchinga,
a large
Brookly n city ti
Buffalo city, democrats
Poughkeepsie gives a whig
and so
Barr. hardshell senator, e
+,f i ,j
Vle nh.. .1
I. 1 m,. ,L li .i. .
I te i.J.j; et. i v a ...i 'lrd gily
if, i, ,'!>-,. I ih -. r '
[The telegraph here gave o
returns.

MONEY M
WBDNE9DAYNv,9
There lis no relief as yet in o
agency continues unabated, rate
balances are yet against us in
continues to be sen
Sterling Exchange in thir dema
No produce bills in our market
as! per cent.
But a small amount of specie i
agara, hence to-day for Liverpool
there must be a less
The principal variation in the
banks, is again of about $1,000,
$2,000,000
Redemption of Government Sto
the week ending Nov 5-Loan 142,4
6,C10; lS47, 2l,200; 1848, 97,30
--$1,,4
The excess of our imports having
Treasury to overflowing, it was
and only available means of sc
Government securities even at
seem to be questionable in the p
if advisable to continue the pol
deemed is received from abroad, i
lieve the pressure in our money
W 1. L r1i .1 U r ,-U i-- U ...
flt,. "! -, r *,i'', u ^ >1. .bil
redeem at so great ap advance a
continues to keep the price of G
vance proportional
The stock market was active t
most securities. Bonds, 2d Mo
movement downward. There was
close, but it is useless to progns
relief is obtained in money mae
upward tendency
Stock Sales This
AT AUCTION-BY STEP
[Payable and trans
S.,* ,ej ] -t .1 '" '', s.'' 1. L.j e
1'. r rj. Lu0 .,. '. o t ,

1 .. ........

... ,,..i i.
I r .1 L. .^UI l

AT THE1 B~RO
g 7a...land Mortgage.'.....
2i. .. 2 -...... ... ..
fIrl.. do
4 1.J. ..A ..
5'.V>0 '* .1 el. e .1 I -
55ll" ''.l \ I e'i. M i-1
ldo.................
1( shares Vermont Central Rail
4 do o............
i., do do...............
:. do do............
'I" do Ogdensburg Itailroad.
i'" do do.........
Ido Boston and Maine Rald
sdo Boston and Providen
is do Portland. Saeo andP
ds do Vermont and Massa. ai.
S do Old Colony Railroad ...
3 do do .. ..
1 do Boston and Low a al
I do Boston and WorcesterRa
2n do Passumpsen railroad
4 do Concord Railroad .....
4 do Essex Company.......
9 do Great Falls Manufact
10) do East Boston Company
I.' do AlgomaCopperComp
Sdo do..........
." do Ripley Copper Compan
I do do..........
3 do Forest Copper Company
do Fulton Copper Company
"' do do..........
I do do..........
do Tremont Bank...........
2 do Merchants'Bank.....
11i do Washingeton Bank....
5 do Webster Bank...........
25 do Shawmut Bnnk.........
SECOND
C"O00gdensburg lot Mort,7's
$itU Vt. Central let Mortgage
sWOi Vt. Central 2d Mortgage
6c0 shares Venunt Central l
300 do do.......... ...
O do o...........
6W0 do do,....... b1
'aS- do do ...I.......... ....
200 do do...........
50 do Ogdensburg IRlroadi .
2 do Boston and Worcester
15 do Boston and Providence
8T do Pbl., Wil. and Bailr
15 do do..........
4IS do Waverley Company..
425 do 0o.........
100 do Fulton Copper Comp
4 do Bank of Commerce.....

0 '" The late National Exh
said to have been the o
ever held in the world.
genuine compound of Gin
cure of Bronchitis, Ast
erally. Wilson, Fairbank
lyat Nos. 43 and 45 Hanov
Cornhi
B' Every Farmer should k
pog session a supply of the ce
edicines sold by Severy, a
Icine Depot, No. 97 H


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all its features
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Quartettes, Trios aud Songs sui
ry, here are pieces that will d
monies that will soothe sadness
the mind, the dear scenes that
many a song.
The publishers believe
BOOK will be the most popular
Woodbury, whose celebrity as
the fact that upwards of a qua
his different books have be
W. J. REYNOLDS &
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Alfred Jaell's La
Op. 27. La Fille du Regim
cated to Miss Elise Ticknor; t
81; Thalberg's "Art du Chan
full supply of the above, tog
sic o Julien, etc., r
THEODORE T. BARK
nov3 is4w
Washington Cross
Thia splendid National Engra
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who has recently spent some t
was so well satisfied with th
purchased a large farm, assur
prosperous condition there th;
farms, and persons of means
this beautiful spot for a resi
Homestead for $15. Next distt
pIly to S. M..PETENGILL, No.
information can be obtained,
Lakeiland Produce may be seen.
09- PItENOLOGICAL CL
course of Instruction for the
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ber 7 at 71i o'clock, and c
even
Terms.-For a course of five
lady, $S3; single
The divisions of the organs
will be
P. S.-Profeslional examinia
opinions, and advice as to h
selection of companions, Ac.
evening. tn
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closed, by mu
All accounts due, p
N. C.
Boston, Oct. 15th, 185.
DR. N. C. KEEPiwill continue
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