Group Title: Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder.
Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
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Title: The Royal gazette, Bermuda commercial and general advertiser and recorder
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.M. Lee
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Publication Date: -1920
Frequency: three times a week[jan. 1910-dec. 1920]
weekly[ former 1828-]
semiweekly[ former -dec. 1909]
three times a week
Subject: Newspapers -- Hamilton (Bermuda Islands)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bermuda Islands   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda Islands -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1828?
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 93, no. 153 (Dec. 30, 1920).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Jan. 22, 1828).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076588
Volume ID: VID00017
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 46887227
lccn - sn2003060500
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Preceded by: Bermuda gazette (Hamilton, Bermuda Islands : 1821)
Succeeded by: Bermuda colonist
Succeeded by: Royal gazette and colonist daily

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~~o. 17.-VoL 1Am. STATE SUPEJR WAS *ANTZQUAS6 i.pr4n

II4gi~u6o~, Ierisdri '~iedaq *pril '3l7., 1S SO.

To the Editor of the Royawl Gaz.tde.
,,s 'EDIr.-The idev.a thrown out b1.y your eor-
1'eponidenl11 Equity" in 'your 1.,t issue e cal'-
lated to draw forth sorie very terio.u- re..tius.
Mcl-h time and thought have "leu of !"teid till
are bestowc'-e ou the affiis of T;inity ("li.h, ithe
principal object of which as hIe remarkk, is to e-
tablish and uphold the independen.-e of the MinBi-
ter-all very proper no doubt, for he oughlit to be
made comfortable. But if -e .ousilder that so in I
portant as to apply t trhe Legi Iatuo for' aid, onlvit
we not at th.:- -:nme time to the conifort of
the two over-worked Ree tonr, of the living, of Pew.-
broke and D,-.vonshie. ndi Srnjdy's and Srmtlifl.p-
ton, and apply to the LE.-i. liatinre to afford them re-
lief also ? Let u-. conp.-o the djiies of the ftonlir
with those of the hatter. He lI.' to Iend lte
service daily: prench thlc* t 1inr- a week: and a.l-
minister the Sicranment of the LoVrd' Supp:.r three
times a month to somne comparatively small nuumbw r
who do not conmmanieate in the Pariik Churecl, for
which he receives 200 per nuti. (wl'th n effort o0 foot
to increase it to 300) bleile' the privilege of keep-
ing a school that may or may V c.t yiell aboutt anu-
other 100 : whilst thev iech/i liave the Pai.-tor,! In-
bors and care. -of two Parishle. I< :. f whom ,i (-ts
225 for servi,-es to .':763 poiil. land tL. otibe'r r'0.'
for services to' 22,'-it i ne t luo ti'.y S"v- n-,.me ll
income be.-idL from th- Gle-..s wiri. l.owev--- i
counterbalaijn..d by the nc ... kt "ho -. .ni'l
carriages and :..erv u.t: to litte l tLe .i'.ften i'Ll:. i
to their care; as well n.? e:'.-:pn.".'.&- I cce biu one
remedy, and that is to sever iho eonue,'tion of inu-
dy's and Pernbrekek fro,,' tlei;- ',)io'i iin Psa EiEh- s,
and even then there will 1.e ;ibi;Lund:',ut work f.:-' the
two Pas.tors, whil.,t the Milji-er of Trinity i. :<- -
empt from all pastoral dutie., and has (ouly to meet
his flock wlicheever theY as.einble at Cl.urch. Ts
this ri',ht/ Srrel'y ':'t. P-rembroke Alioul]l un-
doubtedly be sot of? 1.r itself with its 17W, iu:nler its
Pastor, and b,-: relievr,.dl of Ihe work of Devon.,Il-iire,
and Sandy's !,y it.self. to have two u'1.ila.y Sfi vi,-es
to aceomm.od.- t', it 171' ,. anii( an the- r'iii,.he .,re I
fast iiteleing.., inu iunl ers., 'i'-ht they not a/f ncee
to apply to tIhe Le.'i-,lature- f,.'r relief by pmi:,
and the nppr':,ehin'r' n oild not b- allk.wi:d I
to pa-s with',10t nankin-i' the eh-' .rt a 'll t is to be
hop'1.,o, the Bi bop will ui;-g' the iimove ere he tak:i
lis departure, and thr- Syun:d .stands pledged to
adopt his recoilniendatious for the u welfare of the
Churches in thie Colony. Youris,
April 17, l.S0). ,SANDY'-.
NEWFOUNDLAND.-A n influernlial mretinz was
held in the Cathedral Siunday.-cLooi, St. Johns',
on the 5tih Joiuary, 1o t;.<(- :ef :ci:res for promoting
the completion of the bcu '.tiu! cibe'rlial ei urrch in
that city. TI e Eihbop, who 1.ri-i'ed. after olt !'d.
ing to the exritions of Bishop Kl'i'1.y, who had t;iken
the initiative in starting subscriptions for this creat
work; which had reached the sum of '4,;800, re:er-
red to the great and gcro. Pi. Iop Feild, name
had now becoming'' a hou,"boihl w(Od throughout the
Church of Erin'nnd, and who had been called ito his
rest. No monument, he said, in Newfuundland,
In which he ihd worked so: -:, -'lenyiut(ly, so
ly, and sodevoutedly (excq)ep]L lint cf thi, oirni;.-
tion and huiilding up o! tiL Churcih tI', ir!noutI the
diocese, the ire alt of his loin' lahours nw'ch any
one might see -.-ho loo!k-.l :r undi. .xited to testi-
fy to tIhe mrani:,r in which w' h ,I app:(ciatied and
esteemed such a %%ond'ti. ul I l This, the Bishop
thought, was i dil-honer to i i:', whichh he
hoped only waited for soamie definite proposition on
the subject to l.e wiped cut, anti be could think of
no nobler memorial that could I o erected than the
finishing of tlIe cathedral c.,ureh which liishop
Feild had comnnienced on -o giand ra scale. Of all
the wo ka in the diocese this one, the Bishop said,
commended itself to him most strongly. It was
very neai his heart; and, to give the matter a piac-
tical turn, he as prepared locontribute 500 i! the'
work were proceeded with at an early date. The
following resolution, with other, was then passed
"That the cathedral church ie completed and
dedicated to tLe gloiy of Almighty God, and the
memory of His esempl'ry -?rvant, the Right Rev.
Edward Feiid, l.D., who for thirty-two years was
Lord Bisihop of this diocese and Bermuda."
A list was subsequently handed round, whicb,be-
ing added up showed subscriptions to the amount
of 3,500, which must be considered as most en-
couraging and satisfactory. With the amount pre-
viously promised there will heu nrw on the list not.
far from .8,00t) Afler the ,:.oioay bad been
sung, the meeting wa c:,.i:(!uded by ihe Bishop's
benediction.-Fronr the Guardian, Fly. 4, 1<8-i80.
.....-- .- --:

FROM and a f'ttr tli d:til .i S;iO;'/S willy ply
l Ibetwl'een
St. 1avids Island and St. Geor-
ge's, daily,
Leaving ('t. Georges at 1'2 na.n, takingff iaen-
gers to and fro at a liberal charge.
St. David's.
April 19, 1880.-2-

,JhcgnsS ,*^n d' ^ '$ ,
SN ihe wav ol ;li. 1 ,. i'.I.; F.-, l.ocket
TN CHAliN, iniHI.r i.l .,; s.Icve iUJ 3 -
TON.",' l{!KO( HE".-, L:,,,' !'! S. l":,,-! Ui~c:,',

CFLAltA1 S, & .c., at (I 1 C l); I o~tcl k


Seed. I I I

AS the Unider iigned is onxi os to )lose Ili'
List for ONIuN 1 '.l I iy thie 1.5th o'
this month, P1eror,,s ,desim ns of oblt:iitng tilhe
g-ntiiiet Arlicle (Red iUt l white) v\ill lio ,ell
to make iL kitWi.\i to l ii'i t e i',iiS to air e,
Lists open with
J,,'N B. ZUILL, S L'.i 1 .: -'i. i t, ai
.\\ U EL A. P, A- Tl' us, i-'0 -".,- 21 l 1t C-ti it.,
H-I aaiiltion.
A lOt tZO P sITO'..
Fluts, Aorl 6th, 188U.-t. i.'


ENDERS will be re,.-ived byv
i the ui ll.rsizn.ld until
1st M ay Inext,
Front Plsons willing to contract for framing
a;nd erecting

For the New \ ,cslh-yan Church in thi., Town.
For Plan andl Sp,-cifi-'-ition or for any other
information apply to
42 Front Street.
Hamilton, April 17th, 180.-2
You'll never Forgive Yourself if
you don't Read This !


The Needharn Cabinetto !!
TIl E Pl! 0)N()-.: \l'HlIC P i A.) !
TH : P i tN(. 4 -\1 I'IC (C01 O f it
'I I; i,,1P .' T T O ..
)N lth(se n lival!ed Miuseul Inst Iumenti ~ all
l sln.-sir, .-acile. and -.e-.n!;ir. paut atid pre
se an rt ca i- pe ril 1 without aliy !:. n \ledge ,of
iv .r ic Le'l. r.tlUii 'd !..i th- I art o t0l.- rei fu6ri e,'.
A child iii y liria il;e themin nud erfrm (lie
intric ite O )p. anle .. di, e. r :!ie .iinpl. t .iuel.nly,
v iilh ;'. a '.\;'Ctiief' tih-i' .uinl: l L.e \ce!l{ed by
I'rol'e-..or. of ius,., I-''. i!ei' nt-v'rr tiake inteor-
rect time or f:;le itec. 'i'hct 'e lir.m' ni I-nts
:istionisil t!he 'lic. ,ie .y the eAc.elhIl i |i sic, tlihe le i-,nty l J .sign. situp;i,:ity of .,ctin, i
dural.ility at ui che.ipr.e-.s, which places \witih
t!,e reach of all, iireo-h !ileaure ;'. ,,ani' r-ost.
The thirt i mentionedd iA equal to anll oicht.,i .1 f1'
f,,ur pieces. The seet. nd is double the size and
(ou.'.er i.f the first, and i \ill furnish dance i sic
thi,.e cannot lie equai!ld. ''. lines o(' our own
choic-t furnished v ith every Inst u!:.envt. Gel
one and have an irn-xihau:tible s;urce oul anImh-
mneiii. (-t onie i a:d! on'll nev r t-u let it.
Peed (- I AN,A ACCOi El.1., FLLU-
others, too uniiieousi to imentioni here, at aston-
islingly low prices.
Orders lorwiarded by tlie e C gentle
for Berimudla,
No. 1 ileirc ,ulita:n oti.l, Hatiilto:,.
.'pril 20th, !81o0.
Frenchman, landing from the boat at )Dover, deci-
pbned, with the aid ot his pocket dictionviiy, an
iu*ci'iption to this effect :-" By order of the .'or-
pt-raiion.-Oaly ten flies allowed to stand here."
He immediately entered in his note book a remark,
which umay be iran-latrd as follows: *' The muni-
cipal police are deucidly rigid in England. The
assembling of flies touchess) even is forbid'len."

For Rent,
i he .le'tr ,poi t n --otI,
Q eein llE etr, Hamiltlii.
Apply to
I lamilton.
i9ti April 1880.

Come and See
q'jHE Finest Assortment of 81L,-
S VEli. J-\V WE LF Y ever seen in lerminida,
consisting of L.oclkets, Neck Chains, Bracelets,
Ba, igle-, Ear irins, Finger IlKings, Sleeve
Iulton., Studs, &c., &c., at CIIILD'9.-4

To the Farmers of Bermuda.

The Undersigned solicits consign-
ientils of

46 & 48 BROAD AVE., 'A %E-T \' A! SIlNG-
Aid will attei.l t ho the shipping of sdnr.
CA(.' AS11 settle,,ents prunptly tade.
Produce bou.,ht at Market priee-;.
1 in. Office, 3 Queen Slueet.

R, W. HIayward & Co.,'

(1'. Box :3709,)
5:. .XCiiA(AN(E PLACE), NEW Y0'1K.
(ull-ignini cii, of ODIC!'; solicited to
ailove .\lddrcs and "riompi :,'.les. ii hi e *-
tIli I d. I lt.- M arket I .oe ,, i. r k-Ce
( l i ii n .d I h t ea.b *,

31 Fiont Street.
Hlamilton, Aarch 22, 1880.-lf


SEALED TENDERS will be re-
-oien'd, until Noon. :f the

By the Ui'er.-igned, oni behalf of the COR-
who will agree to
the Sunkeu HIlk, Wrea"c or Remains, of the
Vesw..-1 or Barque-called the

"(Ja-"ro l0Ia Z,

From where she now lies4ander the water of
St. Georgoe's-arbour.
Tenders to state t-irms, aid the time required
to remove the ship.
The Corpoiration will niotbind itself to accept
the lowest or any Tender. "
Corporation oj St. George.
St. George's, Borttiiu-L, )
April 13, 1M0.-2 J
JOTNED POIl LirE.-W\hat greater thing is there
for tvo human souisi than to feel t th they are join-
ed for lile-to strength-n .fach other in all labour, to
rest on each other in all sorrow, tO minister to each
other in all pain, to be one wth each other in silent
unspeakable memories at the moment of the last


Refr'i operator,
From I9) New Bond Street, London, in good
order; can be had at a lIaigain. Well adapted
for an (Officers Mess, Canteen, or an IhI tel.
A Self-Acting 'Turning LATH E,
quite new, lately imported from KnIgl ind, a
hare Chance to Jewellers and .lachi ists.
I-iformaiion afforded on application to the
" Ioyal Ga:zetto" Olcee.
13th April, 1880.

'.4cI8(ftt'ereon Mw~c,


R. \XV l wayward
F. 1). S.
Ilamilton, March 29, Is80.-tf



&. Co.
Front Street.

4 otice to Farmers.

'I1': iNlINDL.RSIGNEI) will give his per-
s im:l ait mention toI the Cosii.imiient of Pro-
ditce to lMessrs. '. II. hBOCK & CO., 185
Readle St.. N. Y.
'hi' is tho fifth Senson that I have b eit to that Firm and can safely assert thlt
their Tr"iisaections witi every one in Ileritamda
lins bheen uaiost saiisl'mcorv.
liamiltin, April Gth, 1880 -t. f.


Sun Mutual Life

Insurance Company,
'-'il scribed Capital, Half a Million Dollais.

r Undersigned has been ap.
ii 'potnsted GENERAL AG ENT for this
first cl.,.s Company in these slanids.
.iLe ;ind Endowinent Policies granted at
lowest r ,tes compatiblee with perfect security.

March 9ffi, 1880.-3.11


The Undersigned solicits consign- T am a -thr
ments of To Farmers and Others.
B ER0 PRODUCF '1,11'1 Undersined is prepared to rDeeive04

parting ? --. ..a m ,, u.- -W s hip, by every opportunity, Uonsignmenti
--- FOR of BERMIUI) D l i'tl)UCE to
MEYER'S PAIISIAN Ml, WM. PEACOCK, .^eta.i. I)a.em l & Co.,
II es Wa-shington iiMarket, New York.* 3 PI.:A L ST''EET.
I Highetu market rates will he p.tid for l'roduce New York,
H AND during thie c n. Who will -cture the highest .Mlarket rates.
I.,A Y- ( JO N :N F. UNRDOW I'romnpt \count a!es and Settleineuts guar-
it heing -ackl.nowledJd to be the finest ICE N anteel.
(i !. \ '1 ever in iu.i, andl for the omivenience of "amilton, 15th March, Il).--tl' W r T JAM ES;
Iny C'isustomers will put it. up ill Fauny lioxes of
I,.lr- pini, pint n.,Mnl i,,ri. W\;irantn'd to keep | NOT FIT.-" Going to leave, Mary ?'"-" Ye, 4-2 Iront Street.
haid :.-, a rck, maum, I find I am very disconteuted."-" It there I laniilior, l-Febuary 10, I.880.
AISO fUri .t-dur by tthe Phaat 1 w. l-stall !is anything I can do to make you comfortable, let
Also tlur" ..i!0 by tlhe l'late i I: l'stat;blish- Wme know."-" No, mum, it's impossible. You CnARLE? LADn, on beiDg asked what he thought
n'ile. can't alter your bigger to my 6gger, no moi'n 1 can. of one of his critics, said : Really, my thought
Cou(- S S( )l,-A \V \'i'. I all f.iv.,, iim' lrimIhtl. Your dresses won't lit ue, anud I can't appear on f himr are very contradictory, for the more I think
A\s wel! i-s f* ful sl ;iek of I'ei.e C (ONll"C- Sundays as I used, at my l.,st place, where missus' of him the lessI think of him."
Ti< 'N .:l t' il.I s on, h.l ,I clothes fitted exactly. ICHAoD HISs WVsai -A friend said to a grocer
,4 What must I do," said a mean selfish mi a who had retired from-business, "11 Why, my dear
,4_._ M .YE I, "Ilfellow, your are looking thin Idlenesa doaf tiot
I 't illroadw,. neighbour, to get a picture of the one whom I agree with you."-" 'Vell, Do," responded the gro.
love best ?"-1" Sit/for your own portrait," was the r, don t weigh as much a I did."
April 20th, 18`.-31u scerI don't weigh as much as I did."
ruthless reply."
l henry r eC
Notice. Notice. )uterbridoe Bros., nry Brinker & Co.,

.& L .. Importing and Forwarding Corn- `EF ODANTT
., L m Ino,.7.'.,J"erchants
Bis ('ruslied S[ .a mi ssion erchants,o 6 & 7 ,Produce Avenue, West ~ ash'-
s. (au ate, (JG REl1) STR, I.l:T, I lHAMILTON, LBTN R.\IUDA, ingtun Market, New York.
l3. ( anmigatel ( Agents for Cansh paid for Bermuda Produce. Consign-
Cheap.I fo.n Cl. y o Messrs. Miler & Spencer, ,-ts soheited,
R. L. IO IINSON. 187 I E 4l; STrE'T, lepreseiiled in iletnuda by
Hainilton, .April 12, i,,0. NEw YolK. hofhIt G 1f1Viii,
... Consignments of PRODUCE solicited for Front Street, Ilamilton.

To Farmers and Shippers of
,- 1" P it 1 0 111 c r

Sj AVINi.; 1i ,d several ye-ars vexpri-inee in this
1 line l', inti:cs-, I dJ.iie lto continue in
the stame during t the eoI ing Crop Se.son, and
ri specilnilly so0lcii 1i:V conigniniii ets you mliay
forward to tihi market. I iill endeavour to
realize Ihe highest .1Market prices, render Sales
and Ite.nitiances promptly.
t. Th1.os. il. Pitt,
Of liamilton, Bermuda,
Will attend to receiving and inivoicing all con-
signients for ine, and will give all information
necessary for benefit of Shippers.

I rrlmain, yours, &e.,
;m. FP. JUDGE,
f.<.Fh <. ',. D 909 n9'o ,Ji d c,
42 & 43 Vesey Street,
New York.
April 13, 18S0.-tf


A LI. Persons desirous of Shipping P11O-
' DUCE to
T. MIcEvoy & Son,
Of Wa,,hington lariket, New York,
Ale hereby inlorine.l that
T. H. PIT'1', Psqr., Front Street,
Will take charge of and forward their Consign-
ments to that tirmn.
. 1. Georges, thh April, 1880.
The honor of the best American Centennial joke
is accorded to the Ernperor of Brazil. Oa learning
the imutoe-r of ltevo'lu'iouns pe'r miute of the great
'otlis engine at the Philadelphia Exhibition he
esai, '" That beats our South American R,.publics."

Tl' Latieri pari of last week,
I aii in Lrvelope.
A SLiia'h- (ltca:,rid \will i.e 1 pliidtl l) the fiider
o. leaving if e same at thle 1' Royal iGazette
iHamilton, April 20, 180. -

this well-known reliable Fi'rn. Due attention
giveii to all .Slipmeonts, and Account Sales aiid
Returns promptly reindred.
For any further iiifori.Atioi, Stencil Plates,
&c., please apply to 0. BROS., Ilamilton.
March 15, IS,0.-tlf*





-a U
-- 'a
U -
Si 5)

A Prettily-dressed little girl fell on a muddy
street.crosting the other day, and a gentleman bast.
ended to her assistance. After cleaning off her clothes
lie asked her if heshould'nt escort her boine.-" No,
their answered the dignified little damsel; "if you
please, we ain't been introduced."

For S ale.
A Good

14, Ilands. For sale Cheap.
Apply at Royal G.izette" Orttit.
Hauilton, April 6, 1 83.

R. L. EDWA DS, President National Bank,
State o' New York.
W. II. SEWARU, Cashier. Bauk of Monroe, Ru-
chester, New YoIk.
''The Brad.-treet Company of New York, Mer-
eantile Agency.
Reler further to all responsible Business
Houses in our line in this City.
New lork, March llth, 1880.
Persons desirous of shipping

'o the Consignment of
*Miessrs. .e* Iddlelton & C .,
Will please call upon
Street, who will render them every facility for
so doing.
Ilamiltou, March 1, 1880.-2 m


M.aater Carblo
&c., &e., &c.,
Hamilton, Marchi 16, 18O.

Just Received per S. S. Bermuda.

1 HIE ETONS, to seat 4 Persons
2 Park PHIIETONS, to seat 2 Persons

^3 Fine Horses
Imported Blood Horse COUNT,"
aired by English Blood Horse Sambo."
Fine Selection of HARNESSES,
WVllBi.', &,!.
L- IReid Street,
Hamilton, April 13, 1830.





'I he




( Al


V.'E.KI,V 1REP(' r OF TIlE \VE \Ti'IER at
(;il,b.' Ilill] .ihrlt Slalit n at iOrmudanhil. howoorn l Io
IS'th and 25thi April, Is 80: height ablve tihe sea
where the Hegister is kept. beii 2.216 forit.

Date. T=
No = s- General Remarks.
April 2
19 NNW 5 6-2 0 30-030 Fine, very dry
20 N 3 67 65 ;30-110 Fine, very dry
21 sw 1 71 65 30-020 Fine, cloudy
*22 s 4 6S 65 129-9'40 Cl:iudy light rain
23 NNW 3 65 65 29-900 Fine
24 s 3 71 68 :30-.310 Fine
25 sw 4 741 69 30-'20 Fine


Hamilton, Opril 27, 1880.

26TH APnIL. 150i.
R EFERRING to the Notice published in
the Gazette, dated 12th January, 1880,
ceived instructions froea the Right Honorable
the Secretary of State for the Colonies to
recognize --
As GERMAN CONSUL in these Islands.
By His E.tdlncy's (i'o,,auin ud,
1 Colonial Secretary.

Court of General Assize.

His Honor JosIAH HlEIs, Clhief Justice, and the
Io.GHAx, Assistant Justices, presiding.
Benjamin Hill, Senr., plaintiff, vs. Waitcr R. G.
Smith, defendant. Indebitatu.,. Verdi..t. ,,"r
plaintiff, 16.
Joseph Lewis, plaintiff, vs. Robert Hurley, deft-nid-
ant. Action for damages for an as-ault and b.:t-
tery. Verdict for plaintiff, 5.
William Ambrose Swan, plaintiff, ve. Peter Caippa,
defendant. Indebitatus for work and labour.
(Jury not. being agreed on a verdict was dis-
Richard Thomas Dill, plaintiff, vs. Elius Trott. In-
debitatus for use and occupation of a ilouse.
Verdict for Plaintiff, 6 17 9.
Court adjourned to 10 o'clock, this, (Tuesday)
April 21-Mail Steamer Muriel, Gilfuil, New York ;
assorted cargo.--Agents, Trott &, Cox.
23-Italian S. .. Marsala, Mustica. 1'alormo ; called
for coal; 100 tons sulphur, 20,0,)i boxes oranges, 2:37
cases prunes, 16 cases essences.-Agents, \V. C.
H land & Co.
24-Schr. William Taylor, Cumminger, Turks Islands;
salt, &c.. to A. R. Thompson.
26-Mail Steamer Berniuda, Wilson, New York : as-
sorted cargo.-Agents, Trott & ('ox.
Brigt. Excelsior, Mayor, New York; assorted cargo
to W. E. Talbot.
April 20-Barque Eliza Barss, Uollis, New York ;
124-1 bs. potatoes, 3,b79 boxes onmons, 336 l.xxes to-
; 21--Sclr. Henry Parker, CoUins, New York ; 373 bl..
potatoes, 5,6(1 boxes onions.
SSlir. Glance, Coull, Trinidad.
S23-Italian S. S. Marsala, Mustica, New York ; in-
ward cargo of fruit, &c.
Mail St-eamnier Mliriel, Gilfoil, New York ; 677.1 ilh-.
S ptntoes, 15,3,1 boxes onions, 7,777 boxes toiatops,
34 buxes beets, 3 pkgs. vegetable, s.
In the S. S. buriall from New York, on Wednesday
last :-Mr. and Mrs. Inewart, Messrs. W. L. 3lorkill
G. Floewwelling and H. Darrell.
In the Mail Steanmer Bermauda on Suiday lat frorn
New York :-Mrs. and Miss Chamberlaii, MIr. and
'Mrs. George W. Coburn, Mrs. J. F. Rogers, Captain
Fawkes, Captain S. Clarke, Mlessrs. Jacob \Wise, E.
Gamonon, B. Tucker, Al. Dumsford and J. %V. smith.
-2nd Cabin, James King, J. A. Drummniond and A.
In the IIlliam Tador, from Turks' Islands .-M isI
-tubb., Mrs. blary Jane Uascorue, Miss Emily os -
look. Miss Louisa Durliani, Mliss Susan MAl. "GrOcn,.
Charlotte Lightbourn, Elsie Chrisen, Adrio Light-
bourn, Aiessrs. Charles blovell and C. Astwoud.
In the Steamer .Iuridl for New York. on Saturday
last-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hyland and child, Mrs. and
Master Bigeluw and maid, Mrs. Farrington, Air. and
Mrs. Alexander Outerbridge, Miss Briggs, Mi's
Buckingliam, Miss Newell, Miss Monell, Misi WVal-
worth, Miss Hurst, RHv. C. Walwurth, Licut. C. J. G.
Young, 99th Regt., Lieut. C. Le G. Justice, Captain
Hubbell, Capt. Jose(ph Stediford, Capt. Briggs, Messrs.
W. Perkins, A. W. Parsons and son, \V. Perkins,
11. D. Campbell. Deck H. Johnson. K. Mulier,
Henry Thompson, K. Johnson, August Friebeirg.
The T. H. A. Pitt cleared at New York for Bermu-
da, 21st inst.
The Barque G. F. Seymour left London for B.r-
muds on 7th inst.
The Schr. M.ary S. Lur.t hence at Now Yoil: ."th
The Industrie, NTordcap, and OriEn, were loading at
Cardiff for Bermuda, on 10th April.
The Steamer Solway" was advertised to leave
London for L'ernuda and Nassau on 2Sth instant.
The Italian Steamer 1farsala, Capt. Mustica, from
Palerma, bound to New York. out .12 days, laden willth
sulphur and fruit, anchored in Grassy ay on Thurs-
day last, in want ot coal. The M.'we reported two
weeks since as being in distress in lat. 35"11 long. 39-
38. Capt. M. reports that he left Palermo for New York
on the 11th March and that from the time of her pass-
ing Gibraltar till she reached lat. )"35 long. 9-20-
then 22 day- out, when her stock of coal was all but oex-

hausted, reserving however a small quantity for a case
of great emergency. On the 30th and 31st, had two
entire suits of sails blown away. with some spars, and
the vessel so pressed down in the water, that they had
to throw over S00 boxes of oranges before she would
right. .. Has made her way as best she could under such
Rail as they had remaining, a distainc of 500 miles.
Maidl St. David's Light at 12 o'clock on Wednesday
night, and at 2 on Thursday morning got up steam, and
when she anchored at Grassy Bay, had but half an
hour's fuel remaining. All her bulk-heading had been
broken down for fuel. Did not burn the fruit boxes as
reported. Was twice supplied with provisions by pass-
ing sailing vessels. Great credit is due to Capt. Mus-
tica for his good management and perseverance in
bringing the Marsala into port. The .I. took a n board
160 tonsof eoal. Capt. Moresby, Captain Superintend- t
ent of the Royal Naval Yard, Ireland Island, generous-
ly supplied her with fresh water. She left on Sunday
for New York. Her cargo of fruit was in good lrder.
-Agente. Messr<. W. C. LHyland & Co.
\\ hen it l-.-,:ame known to tihe Admiral, Sir L,'opold
Mcl.hriitock, Kt., F.R.S., the Naal Commander-in- .
thili ,.ii his .Station, of the Marsala beiig in dts-
tress, h-: Ji-.' td Captaii the lihlt ion. Lord
I harles Scott of H. bl. S. Bacchante, then on the
eve of departure for England, to take the lFs. presum- b
d posrtikn in his course, aud should hle fall in with lher

to supply ihr wants w o fi r :'>s in his power. T''h- .1. hlil
colro suith -o that the B. uinse.d her.


building rr ianne will be proceeded with :'t ,ic..-,,
undr ti he Shed on Albuoy':" I'-Oit. Mr.
J. J. Riley, Euginieor, who is well known in c.'oniue-
tion i ithi t.ic- Conimissari:at Launch Pioneer, is int r--
.se.-i. with Mr. Ingham in this new enterprise, and
the Launch will be eonstru,.ted under his able

The diunt-n.-iuns of th,. Steamer are as follows, viz
Length over all ......... ..... .5 feet.
BILtalthl ixtri-'ri- .. ....... .. 11) ft. S ins.
Depth extreme................ ., 5 ft. 3 ins.
She is ,built of the best quality Bessemer Steel,
"galvanized throughout," and East India Teak:
engines &d boiler first. class in every respect, with
comfortable cabin accommodation for about 35
passengers, besides large clear deck aud cagospace
forward. The Launch is divided by bulk-hendIs,
into 4 watertight compartments. It is exper-t.ed to
be completed and ready for launching in about a
We hope the speculation will prove a great suic-

(From the Coal Trade Journal, Yew. York, April 2!1.)
On Friday last it W.lS agreed that a stus ensin uo
work in nho Anthracite coal region%, t.i:e place
during the last three 1l rys of this week and next;
this niny be ,xtr.nded during tire entire month of
May, ir it appearss necessary) in order to keep the
market even. From this action it will appear to
the mind of the most casual observer that the coal
owners are a unit this season in the desire and de-
termination to i),,ke the conmm ., :c u ... 't .
upon-the" capital in1*:',-'ed. A year ago, wag. s were
25 per cent less than .a: lr- e.i, tAlls were ::ot -uil
lr cenil. tl I'-.: ,.- i at mit-,ain, e: .I was 41,ii p' ,
to 51) per cent l1.8 ;dQn a: 'r -Een'. The nriIRS tbFt
ed up to the real zation of the p-itsent rates mriay he
largely credited to the increased activity of mruany
branch -s of trade, but the mainstay is'the better
feeling that exists between the companies I

Il. MA. S. At.,l.,mt., training, ship f:.r ordinaTy sea-
lmenl. Captain Steiling, which lft here for Engiland on
the -.t F.-lbrn:ir\ last, has not since lien heard of, and
there is too much reason to tour that she has founirered,
nnil thn many souls on board have met watery graves.
The w-eather on tire Atlantic has been very severe thii
winI : r, iairtichpinrl'y so during tlhe months of Febirnary
anrd i ine vessel is reported in the New York
M 1'.1. iReiiser to have enciunintred from 1st to Irith
Febr.":am.,, in Lat. 41 to Long. 41, five successive hur-
rieanes.. leavin.r n,,thirmi stanlintr. and decks swept A
large l:quantity of wreckin:' had, tonwardn the end i.l' Fmi-ib-
rniary, pa.eled the Azores. The hope in EnElandl ii that
she is only dismasted and drifting in a disabled condi-
tiri in mid-ocean. We Ruibjoin a list of her Oflicer's :
Captain Francis Sterlinf : Lieuts. F. A. Bl&ekett,
Arthur Dove, Philip E. Fi.lhrr Nav.-Lieut. W. H.
Stelhonhs ; (liaplqin, Rov. R ,bert. Niint io, M.A.; Staff
Suc-mon. E. L. Moss, M.D. ; Paymaster. John Ash-
ton ; Sub Lieuts., A. R. Peel-, E. P. Charrington;
Surgeon, L. W. Corcoran, B.A., M.D.; Gunner David
Silk ; Boatswvain F. Standish and Riclard Claney.
Her crew com pri -el about 300 yolni g seamen.
The Chaplain, the Rev. R. Ninino. was well and
most favorably known in Bernmud, as he officiate. in
several of the Churchles. particularly in that of Somer-
set, whilst ser' ing as Chaplain in the Flagship Bellero-

The splendid Yacht Clytic, of New York, and of
the New York and Seawauhaka Yacht Club, owned
by Captain Anson Phelps Stokes iu 3 days, 4 hours
from Cape Henry, Va., anchored in St. Georges
harlbour ycste'lay morning. She had fair weather
with S. W. winds during the passage. The U. is
125 tons burthcu, 8.3 feet long, 21 feet wide and 8
feet draught.
Guests on board :--Rev. G. D. Johii-on, and 0.
E. Cromwell, E.--jr., Secretary of the Seawau'li:ka
Yacht Clul,.
The 'Iytic will leave for Ne, York on Thursday.
Shc will be in THamilt.:n waters to-day.

The Lord Bishop of Newfoundland and Bermu-
da, on Sunday last, pr-eached in the morning at St.
Paul's Ciiureh, Pagets,: in the afternoon at Cliriit'g
''l.ur., h, Devvushire, and in thle evening at trinity
Church, on tbe last o'.-,asion taking his text from
thie Go.,p. I f6r the day, St. John xvi-'9, Of sin,
because they believe not on me."
It would be a good thing for a man to decide in
,is ow'.: mh.ind, what he believes definitely, what sha-
di'y. anid what not at all, f.'r ihn to escape from the
r'.i-L..un, o i.ieo.' mist andi have some firm ground to
rest no,. Tlher;: is in the world a great deal of be-
lief, it is full of belief, but there is very little faith,
there is no settling down fromni fanciful thought to
hearty reality. Belief does not convey the mean-
ing of'tbe original, triat would suitbetter. Whoso-
ever believeth iun him should not peri:'h,-Who-
soever trusteth in him . It is the office of
the third prison of the Trinity to guide into the
w ay of truth. He shall reprove the world of sin, they believe not on me. Christ was put, to
death for blasphemy, and yet we never hear himnt
denyingthe assertions made of his Divinity. He died
for that truth, the inference is irrefutable. It was
as a man that Cliri.-t died for us, as GoD, that, Cor
the Father night be just to his sentence, that the
expliation was complete. The discourse, rich in
g-ospel illustration, was closely reasoned out. It is
thie Holy Ghost that alone can turn all preaching
into a prayer, aud make the light, of truth turn to a
practical result.

On the afternoon of Tuesday, the *20th instant,
Ihe Lord Bishop of Newfoundland and Bermuda
heldi a Confirmation in Holy Trinity Church, Ham-
ilton Parish. His Lordship was attended by the
Rev. 1. I. L. Loih as his Chnplain, and there were,
al.- piese.nt the l'.-v. Dr. Holling.sworth, Rev. F.
Liarhtbourn, Rev. Mark Jamrs, Rv. J. ('. L. Jojies,
:and the ReR -?tor. The number of Caudilat,:s 'w-i 4'.,
--i0 malt-s and .30 females.
Atter thec Confirmatiun Hlis Lordship Consecrated
two additionz to the Cemetery. The Worshipful
T. W. Mercer read the Petition for Consecration.
OIJ., o.f the two additionsonsnsecrateil i a sinmall tri-
ainuilar piece of ground to thie west of the Church,
whiii, i ha.s ,bee:-n taken into the ce.netei v in order to
make roinlm for a tower. It is also con-templated to
add a transept to the church during the comingig

Dr. Tozer, Bishop of Jamaica, is about to resign
his Bishopric in consequence of failing health.
In a circular which His Lordship has seant to the
Members of the Diocesan Council, lie says, Using
the authority which tihe Canons gire me, I purpose
to summon a Synod for the election of tbe future
Bishop at the earliest possible date."
"To us," says the Jamaica Gleaner of .April 8,
"it is a matter of deep regret that Bishop Tozer
leaves us; for we think that his abilities, no less
than his winning disposition, would have ri.ndernd
him of great service to the Episcopal Church."
Terrible accounts continue to reach us of the ef-
fects throughout the Island of the four months
drought. In the immediate vicinity of this city,
the mortality amongst the cattle is excssive. The
Hope River supply shows no signs of diminu'ion.-


ThIe mattri:as for the construction nif the Steam ,
Laurnch, referredl to in our columns some months
ago," puel,-i'ed iu Englaua. by Mr. S. S. Inghiam,
Jr., ariiv.ed in the S. S. -hluret, la-t week, aunl tIhe

order from Messrs Jones, of New York, and Henry
Gilbert, St. George's. for two other \i iudows, which:
will ilip:irt to tl, .haniI- I a tii.he.ld look. The
,i object of the Il:nv, y iii..itiorl l windriow are as
follows:--'I le BaP.;-Lsm, 'i- L:.-t uppert, the Good
I'ihe. gr-eater part of thle tluIs have been obtained
from private- soir.'es, a stn:ill portion from Paris l
in.- -,me. 'Ile handsomei min ':-r in wlic-l.h the tf-
forts of the Buil'ling C, om in .rtte- lave' bern -:ei
ed by their sympathizers ittside of tlhe Pali.4ih,
shouldd eimbold-en the Pariishiioners, pios.essinu such
a Loon, to relieve' the coiniuittee (o any filnalnciali
enIb-I' rraFnmlent. The assoc iion:, f Somerset hai\ o
allied several friends, -mnl ties which bind tho,.u
living abroad to thle Paisih hiae\ iu this case been
gratefully re'.-o._!i;'.-:. Tlie S,.,ntir'-.t pelopl) have
reason to be pr.itl _f itheirc reent iiplrove-met.
Let us Hlope:, iu a,.:,r.l with the spirit of the set'-
vi.e of Co('nisecration, ti:at tho spiritual advance
may be at least co-ext.s u-ive with this material

Queen Victo, i.i hit;3 sent to Cinrlada tivo gold
watches wlhh ii she n i-bes h r idaughlier, the ['riii-
ce's Louise, Lo [present, in p)esoni, to the Aid-de-
camp and the giore whio .:..isI r in the rescue of
the Priniicss on the oc rij f the accident by
which she was thrown from a sleigh last winter.
Professor Arminius Vambery, the author of
"'Travels and Adventurers in Central Asia," on
Friday evening read, before the Indian section of
the Society of Arts of London, a strongly anti-
Russian l)iap i I- the influence of Russia over
1'.' irlii '.*'. ofI 'eni al .Ae.i- dln 'iing tiO last ten

I e ,. r- .,- .. *) U.. Eue,.i.' on': hjtuio occupy the
(l 0erni nu.- ni vu le (1; lo'rir. ''The panly illU
priLe- ,l o Nailtl n 'i aue..daI. next einrou'.,: to the
Zulu .ouiiay.
The Earl of Scarborough has been injured, it is
believed, fatally hy the overturning of a drag.

TThe LorI Bilihop of Nwft..nudl.ii, 1 andl Berrinmila
on Thur,lavy la: t, e ue'iteld the Chincel, recently
added to thi. Parsi-li C '.-nl, in (fl.: presence of a
I Iarre r.- g, :-tin. Th- chara..tor of
thie day, jun't: about the tin,:- of star tinl friom T.inni-
ilton, doubtless prevented, several fr.'m attending.
tHis Exc.elleiy, jhowveo,r, Maj.-Genl., Sir Robert
3riuhletl Laffan, K.C.M.G., attended by Lt. Carpen-
ter, A.D.C., drove uo from Mount Langton, and was
present at. tfli sonemnly impres'iv, se..rvi.e, andafter-
wards favoured Mr. J. F. Burrows, M.C.P., by taking
lhunIhe, .it Li<, lus.. inu ,.Imp-iny with His Lord-
dhip. theit. ('l,:,r..y and a number of invited guests.
The service began at 11 o'clock, the Bishop, attend-
ed by the Vicar-General and Commissary, the Rec-
tor, the Rev. Mark J.iinr-, the Rev. Geo. Tucker,
fth Rev. C. H.,l, the Rev. C. B. Pideock,
Chaplain, H. M. S. Northampton, marched from
the Vestry, entering by the principal door, to the
( hanuel step-s. Hymn 164, (n.e., 21t2) Ancient and
SModern" lbeiung nug--" We love the place O GoD.'
Here the ILishr.p was received bly Scott H.
Gilbert and W. R. Perinuhief, Church Wardens
and the Members of the Church Vestry. The pe-
tition furn Consecratiou was presented, and read by
the senior Vestrymen, tie Hon. Joseph H. Harvey,
after which thei Bishop and Cleroy 1prcLeo,-ded to the
Lord's Table, i:,L hting ,alternate verses of the xxiv
Psalm, the Bishop commencing.
The Bishop then, standing before the Tabl.,
turned to the congregation and read the Exir ita-
tion, and after .avvinig the introductory prayer, pro-
ceeded in order with the Benediction of,
1st-The Lord's Table.
2nd-The Font.
3rd-The C.'hancel step.
-1 tIi-The Lectern. Pulpit.
The Bishop sitting in his chair, the sentence of
Consecration was rcad by the Vicar-Gencral, signed
by the Bishop, and laid by him on the Lord's Table,
after which the Bishop said:
Blessed be Thy Name, 0 Lord that it hath
ple.asd Thee to put it iuto the hearts of Thy ser-
vants, to appropriate, and dedicate this Chancel to
Thy honour and worship, and grant that all who
shall enjoy the, benefit of this pious work, may
shew fourth, tIlitir, by making a right
use of it, to the gi.:ry of T hy blessed Name, through
Jesus C hrist our Lord." Amen.
Morning prayer was then commenced by the
Rev. Bruce 3[:il-a;y, the Rector of Sandy's and
Southampton; proper Psalms lxxxiv and cxxii. The
1st Lesson, 1 Kings, viii, v. '2-t'3, was read by the
Rev. Mark .Ja n s, the 2nd Lesson, Heb. x v. 19.26,
by the Rev. Geo. The Bishop said the
Communion Service. The Rev. J. Lumley Lough,
Rector of Pa.-i',.i.s and Warwick, Vicar-General and
Commissary, read the Epiitl- 2, Cor. vi, 14.
The R.-:ctor, the Gooptl, St. John, 11, 13. The
Bishops' sermon was based on St. Luke iv, 16.
"And he came to Nazaietlh, where he had been
brought up; and, as his custom was, he went into
the .ynag.'.r e on tiL. Sabbath day, and stood up
for to read." .
Here we have a re,-.or,] of Chiist's conforluing to
tie custom of the .low e, the regular fr',queuting of
of the Synagogue onu ti.- Sabbatli Day, and partici-
pating in its services. Our Lord almost ailwa:ys
showed his regard for th.- customs and manners
thatexi.-ted among the Jews. Our Churches are
to us what the Syna-gguIes were to the Jews; and,
in this as well as in other instances, an example
has been set us, which may be judiciously followed.
It is our duty tb attend the siervicci of the isan.t nu'ry
on the Christ ian Sabbat hto worship GOD in the beau-
ty of Loline.s, to hear his most holy word that our
souls may be strengthened to our great and endle.ks
comfort. The argument inculcated a cumplianco
with duty even when its reason was not clearly ap-
parent. The sermon being ended, thul Bishop pro-
e:-d-.. in th.:- service f.:'r the Holy Communion. The
alms collected at the offertory w,- ,. ',v,..ted to the
Biilding Fund. After the prayer for the Church
SMilitaut, there was a pause for silent prayer, after
whi:Lh tliose who diil not iLtfead to rec'-ive th0e Holy
CornuiLn.i1ion, retired from the Clihurch.
The iiuIsi-.I w. 'i- under thl-. -lirection of MAis Hunt,
the organist. Iu the aftern:,ou the Bishop held a
C'.mtirnation, when 7-1 per'oius were confirmed.
About the end of February last year, when the
pri: ent Hector, the 1'e.v. Bi nee a Mackay, enter'.l1 on
ilie dutie-, of his offi e, a movement, whi.:l: hi.Ld pre-
viouisly been set, on foot, was rapidly carried out.
The want vif inr-ciaseil a,..,i-rImuiilai:on was felt,
and to ;secure more .sittiun :. i; wi.- decided to add a
Chancel ;in feet long', 22 fe.t wide, with Vi .-try and
organ chamber, atfor'ling ,rinlc 2in :ittings extra
iu the body of the Chur,:li. At th- time a
generous son of the good .,ld SonClriit stock, who
had many a time and oft quarrelled with the tower
and spire of the Parish ChL'irch, agreed to meet the
co.sut of adding 25 feet to the- height. of the spire,
aud havinIr the tower duly strengthenedd and orna.-
mi-ate.l. Tine designs we(.. prepared by HIeury J.
IHiuson, Esir., M.D., of >..ry lv ill, and executed
b:y Mr'. Wrm. Swan, Builder, and Mr. A. D. IH.,illi.,
under tlIe supervisionm of tii. Building Co,,nimittee,
of which Mr. J. F. Burrow-. was an active member.
The Rector, from hi. residence in Engl:,nl, was
able to afford materi.d assit.rnce. The, ,ld church
has been strengthened. Soio 1,0i', \we uuder-
s-tamnd, have been expeide I, over \01.i beiug nouw
wanted to lailance the a.- nutsut. T'ilie furriturn'
was made toorder by J. & 1i. Lanmb, New York, and
(excepting the choir stalls, hair' a.,l r':ili,'l presented
by several friends: oi thie P.r i.h. The Hon. Jos.
H. Harvey, in memory of two of his sons, pre-
. rented a staiued glas wiud,.w executed by Peaedy,
of Baker Street, Lond-on, iwho, has also in haud an

April -"1st, 1860.




ST. Louis, Alpri il'i .-Fnroi passengers who pass-
ed thrAgh Mtrrhfivolnl tiln tie S. Louis and San
Franci.-co R.tilrormi at (:30 o'clock last night, a few
facts ie-icerninirr a terrible dis-ist.-r are gleaned. 4
Marn Ma1,) camin to ti-e 'h.-pot at lthl edge ol the town
%liihik the trein there. reported that at (6:30 o'clock
a furious hurric.ine str'uel: the and levelled all
that paint niitle n town l.vii-, west ol the centre square,
flat to the ground. The debris immediately took fire
in several places and flames conull be seen at some
hidi doze,:n points by passengers on the train. Forty
d(e.,l bh-lies had heen taken out antd many more were
.elpvr'- 1 to be buried in thie ruins or burned up.
There %ere al.o inriny living still buried in thie debris
l i i.. lalenr Luillings. All the physicians of the town
were killed except two, and there was great need of
doctors to attend the wounded, of whom it was said
ih ere' were some 21)0.
A relief train with twenty physiciaiis and nurses
and full supplies left Springfield, Mo., this morning
Ilr Manstic'.ll.
The storm was general in the southeasterly por-
tion olf Missouri. Violent hail and rain accompanied
tile winilI.

The military correspondent of the London Times
thinks the clouded situation in Affghanistan is
James Miller alias Maxwell was arrested in Liver-
pool Sunday on charges of forgery on the Bank of
England and other Briish banks. He is said to
be also wanted for forgeries in America.
A decree was issued April 7 ordaining that no
passenger be permitted to land at any part of San
Domingo without a passport revised by the Consul
of the country to which he belon-Fg.
Said Pasha, President of the Turkish Council of
Ministers, has proposed to the Sultan to convoke a
Nali.-,ni! Assembly under a mordified electoral

The i' ris Ladtenre publishes a telegram from St.
Peltersourg ihbich states poison was recently dis-
covered in a dish on 'the Czar's dinning table ; but
no cr'eden:-e is given to ihe story.
Sunday morning's bulletin says Prince Goits-
chakoff is less feverish, but unable to sleep.

By the Deed of Ti iuity Church (it has been point-
ed out to u-, a:s :Ir answer to part of Protestant's"
letter,) it is pro% iled that the Rector can nominate
and remove the Minister. subject to the approbation
to nominate witirin 6 months, the Bishop has the
appointment. It would therefore appear that the
Bishop has now almost as much power as he would
have under the proposed change with regard to the
Minister of Trinity Church.

The Church of England Parishe" in Halifax do
not seem in a flourishing state financially judging
by their Easter accounts. St. Lukes--estimated in-
come, ."',.i'': ,.xp.-nlit ure, $3,912-.ti ; deficiency,
$612-"91. Rev. MrN. Sills, the curate, retires and the
vacancy will not 'be filled.
St. Paul's-Estimnmtel expenditure, $10,255-60;
Receipts, $7,100; deficiency, $3,155-60. Afternoon
service only will be held in Trinity Church, no
minister being :, pointed to succeed the Rev. Mr.
St. Georges-Estimated income and appropria.
tion 83,,9,-22.

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
DrEAR SI,-Having observed in the Royal Gazette
of the 6th instant a communication signed "Pro-
testant," 'we fear, if it is allowed to pass without
comment, that an unfavorable impression might be
made on the minds of the Public with respect to
ourselves concerning the notice of Meeting given
to the Pew Renters of Trinity Church for election
of Officers and provision for Minister. From this
communication the Public will naturally infer that
while the notice referred to was given for the pur.
pose of election and provision" yet at the meeting,
in addition to that, other business of a different and
far more important character was brought forward
and disposed of, in other words, that we, in issuing
the notice, purposely omitted to mention business
that we knew was to be considered-now, what are
the facts ?
A meeting of the Pew Renters was held on the
23rd of March List to consider a Report from the
Trinity Church Vestry respecting the vacancy in
the Ministry and the constitution of the Church.
The Pew Renters having assembled and discussed
the matter adjourned their meeting to the 2nd day of
April, for its further consideration. Subsequently
the time came round for convening a meeting of
the Pew Renters to elect a Vestry and Chapel
Warden and to make provision for the temporary
performance of the services of Trinity Church; and,
knowing that this would not occupy much time
and to avoid-having two meetings in one week which
we thought would be very inconvenient to most of
the Pew Renters at this busy season of the year,
and believing that a much larger meeting would
thereby be secured, we decided to have the meet-
ing for the election on the same day as the one fixed
for the adjourned meeting; of the latter the Pew
Renters had previously been made acquainted at
the termination of the day's proceedings at the
meeting of the 23rd of March and there was no ne-
c:.-ssity to repeat it in the one issued for the election
&c. We looked upon them as two distinct meetings
and in point of fact there were two distinct meetings
on the 2nd April, the one for "election and provi-
sion" which was formally closed, and the one to con-
sider the business of the adjourned meeting; more-
over the Pew Renters were reminded in the Royal
Gazette of the 30th of March, of the adjourned meet-
ing to be held on Friday the 2ud April, at noon, in
Trinity Chur',hl School Room.
Yours truly,
Chapel Wardens.
April 24th, 1880.

To the Editor of the Royal Gazette.
Sni:,-It is no part of my duty to vindicate the
Churchwardens of Trinity Church against the
charge of doing things in a corner, unfounded as I
know it to be, but I think it due to them to say
that it came to my knowledge that, after the meet-
ing which met to consider the change in the con-
stitution of t lie church had been regularly adjourn.
ed to the 2nd April, those gentlemen appointed
the same day for the general annual meeting
of the pew-r-i :, in order to secure a larger attend-
ance at the adjourned meeting.
I truit that all friends of the Bermuda Church
Society, and all who feel interested in its character
and progress, have noticed that a Protestant in no
single particular has pretended to justify one of the
charges brought in his first letter against the So-
ciety. It is sad to think that he has not had the
canilour to withdraw them on finding that he could
not prove them. But I am sure the Society will
receive no prejudice from accusations which the
person making them practically admits that he can-
notL sustain.
He has also failed to answer the first question
put, which more immediately concerns the conduct
of the Churchwardens of Trinity Church; but I
triuk it unnecessary to say more on that subject,
my main object being gained by finding that
when seriou..lychallengeod to provehisgravecharges
a':tiust thie C'hu;ch Society your correspondent de-
clines the ,.h'allenge.

these Islands, will be holden

The 29th instant,

At 10 o'clock in the forenoon.
Juiors, Parish Oflicers, Witnesses and others
Concerned, are required to take Notice and at-
tend accordingly.

Hamilton, April 25, I

Clerk of the Peace.

Exchange on New York.

Drats at sight on JA. BEEAJNETT
4 CO.,

Apply to

April 19, 1880.-3 3p

0V SATURI) \Y IAST, between the Flatts
Village aud .1t. George'8,
I ('aeriage IIh/tp.
The finder will, on leaving same at Royal
Gazette" Office, he suilubly rewarded.
Hamilton, April 27, 1880.-1

Meet at 4-30. Finish.
4th MU A Pembroke Church. .TheFlatts Village.
THu AY, Whale Bay Battery { The Sandhills
13th May. Paget.
W The Royal Mail Steamer "Alpha" would
have to remain at Jamaica until the 25th inst., if
necessary, to await the arrival there of the Packet
from Colon, so that she will not be looked for here
until Thursday or Friday next.

"I read ina Boston paper a very nieeaccount of
Bermuda, written by some one staying at the Bruns-
wick Hotel and signed G. I was much interested
in it, only I have never read anything that fully
describes that lovely spot, somneway it dont seem as
if it can be described."
Extract from a letter writteu "Out West," re-
ceived by the Berrauda yesterday.

WAr Orizoe, April 9.--19trf FooT.-Lieut. R.
Phayre to be Capt., vice Traill, retired on a pension
(March 20).
19TH REar.--A letter from Bermuda relative to
this Regiment says, "the health of the Battalion
is most satisfactory, and only one death in the year
was by drownlng."-Army Gazette.

New York Market, April 22:
Bermuda Potatoes. ...... ,........6, $6-50
Onions.................... a..... .1 $21
Tomatoes..... 0.......,,. ..070 to 090.
Beets..... ........ ............ t2
Florida Potatoes............. 4, $5.

AW@ We have been requested to draw attention to
the Auction Sale of Furniture, &c., of M. M. Hurd,
Esqr., which takes place at Woodland's, This Day.

Captain Mayor and Mr. Trew, let Officer of the
Excelsior, will please accept our thanks for some
New York papers.

8,415,100 oranges and 8,130 boxes tomatoes were
exported from Nassau to New York, during the year
1879. Twelve crates of onions were exported to New
York, and realizedd one shilling a crate more than
the famous Bermuda onions. This is a new
Dr. Edward V. H. Kenealy, member of the last
House of Commons for Stoke-upon-Trent, and the
well known counsel for the claimant" in the cele-
brated Tichborne case, is dead, at the age of sixty-
The Japanese training-.bip Tsukuba Kan, is
ordered from Yokohama to America. Thirty stu.
dents from the Naval College are to join her, to
obtain a practical knowledge of navigation.
In the investigation of the Tay Bridge disaster
before the Board of Trade 20th instant, Mr. Henry
Law, the civil engineer who was sent by the Board
of Trade to examine the Bridge after the accident,
testified to various defects in the design, the mate-
rials, workmanship and arrangements of the bridge.
Five persons at Stuttgart are expecting to come
Into possession of the Springer estate, in New York
city, worth $10,000,000, which a London dispatch
says has been for many years in the hands of the
State pending the appearance of claimants.
The appointment of Count Duchatel to be French
Minister at Vienna, in the place of M. Teisserene
de Bort, resigned, is gazetted.
Ahmed Moukahtar Pasha, who has gone to Mon.
astir to induce the Albanians to accept the latest
settlement of the Montenegrin frontier, has not yet
been successful.
A curious and unprecedented fact in connection
with gambling is reported to have just taken place
at Monte Carlo. At one of the Trente et Quarante
tables the red came out nineteen times in succes-
sion. The bank was broken twice, and recourse
had to be had to the funds of the administration.
Prince Amadeo, brother of the King of Italy, was
present, but took no part in the game. The Comte
d'Aspremont won twelve thousand francs.

i A Supplement of'4 Columns
accompanies this issue of the Gazette. It contains
the latest European and other News; Salt Pros-
pects at Turks' Islands; Three Communications-
"Anti-Cathedral; "'"Hints on Teachings ;" "Try

BIRTH, in this Town, yesterday morning, MRS.
MARRIED, on the 17th of March, at St. Matthew's
Church, Bayswater, London, England, by the Rev. W.
E. Littlewood, vicar of St. James's Bath, EUGENIUS
CHARLES JACKSON, Barrister-at-Law, third son of
John Henry Jackson, of Hamilton, Bermuda, to MARY
MARGARET, eldest daughter of Samuel T. Vincent, of
Norwood, Middlesex, England.

DIED, at Trinity Cottage, Devonshire, on the 22nd
inst., MR. ALPHEUS W. T. JENNINGS, of consumption,
after a lingering illness of twelve months, aged 36
years; leaving father, mother, 3 children sister and 3
brothers to mourn their loss.
........., at Jamaica Plains, Boston, Mass., on the 9th
inst., MRs. F. W. GRANTHAM, widow of the late
Fredk. W. Grantbam, Esqr., formerly British Vice
Consul at that city.

IE MU I)A---




By Public Auction, p,.
At Woodlands, Pembroke, r IT T
The Residence of M. M. IHURD, Esq., who is T HIS J V i NIN G
about to leave these Islands, In Aid of the SAIL)ORS' HOME.

h111s 1)
27tL inst
A Sutiperior

An excellent
1 SETsin

eaydeuay, THiE
ant, at 2 o'clock P.M., NORTHATPTONg .INSTRULS
Golden Sorrel HIorse Will give, by kind permission,
An Entertainment
1111 % 1 1 Undecr the distinguished Patronage of
S j a g-y Vice Admiral SIR. LEOPOLD Mc-
Horse for riding or driving. CLINTOCK, Kt., F.R.S.,
igle HARNESS in good And OFFICERS of H. M. S. Northampton,"

- oraer
I Set Double HARNESS best quality, nearly
new, can be separated and used singly
1 Extension Top Park PHBETON
to seat four persons
1 POLE for Carriage
1 Open Park WAGON, to seat 4, very light
and strong
2 SADDLES with Bridles. &c., &c.
BLANKETS Lap ROBES, &e., &c.
1 Durham COW

Very gentle and a good Milker, to calve about.
August 1st.
1 Square PIANO, made
by Bradbury. braced to stand the climate
12 "Long-Branch" folding CHAIRS
1 Kitchen STOVE, Summer range"
1 Small STOVE with Pipe
1 Hair MATTRESS-large size
3 Cot BEDSTEADS with Mattresses and
1 Large DRUGGET 1 Conway RUG
6 Uschek (Turkey) RUGS
1 RIFLE, made by Frank Wesson, will carry
1000 yards, Lot of CARTRIDGES
I St. Bernard DOG Tiger," three years old
1 Atkins' Water FILTER
2 Bird CAGES 2 Hurricane LAMPS
&c., &c., &c.
1 CHANDELIER-3 Burners
1 Do. -2 Do.
Lot of Glass CHIMNEYS, &c., &c., &c.
B. W. WALKER. & CO.,

Hamilton, April 27, 1880.
For Benefit of Owners, Underwri-
ters, and all concerned.

To-11o.rro, VWednesday,
The 2sth instant,
At 12 o'clock, Noon,
GING. and all the Materials of the
Captain de Boer.
Put into this Port in distress on a voyage
from Port Elizabeth, bound to Boston, and
abandoned on Survey and Estimate.
St. George's, 27th April, 1880.


From 600 to 800
To disburse the Expenses incurred at this Port
on Barque

Put into this Port in distress on a voyage from
Charleston, S.C., to Rotterdam, the same to
be secured by a BOTTOMRY AND RESPON-
DENTIA BOND on said Vessel, her Freight
and Cargo.
OFFERS will be received from Parties de-
sirous of advancing the required amount, at
the Office of Messrs. W. C. HYLAND & CO.,
(from whom all particulars may be obtained),

Thursday Next,
29th instant.
St. George's, 22nd April, 1880.

To Growers and Owners

IN consequence of the great increase in ou
shipments of Produce to New York since
the season of 1874, wedeem it necessary to give
notice, that we are ready to give our personal
attention as usual to all ."hipments of Bermuda
Produce for New York made through us, but
without being responsible for the net proceeds
until paid to our Order in New York, which will
be given to the New York Consignees for Sale,
by each vessel transportlinr a shipment.
When necessary i.c order Sp cie in return for
any shipiiiet it will tIc tsur't.i at the expense of
the Owners int'er'st ed arin ownerss will cloarl)
un-eritand thai all the dangers of transport are
lorae b\ them.
Hamilton, Bermudai, to 30thune,
March 28, 1880. o :30th .uno, 3p

Theatre Royal, Prospect,
Doors open at 7 30. Commence at 8 o'clock.
Dress Circle 2... ; Reserve Seats Is., Gallery 6d.
Tickets to be obtained at the door only on
Evening of Performance.
April 27th, 1880.

riheatre MOval,
Under the Patronage of
Commni iding Troop.i, St. George's,
Commanding 1-19th (P. W. 0.) Regt.,
,4t the about Thscasfr,
On this
27th April, 1)80.
In Aid of t1 Lh'i~ ]iejf Fun-d.


Mlonareh iMerry

In their humorous fantasy entitled
Under the Patronage of His Excellency
Alajor-Genl. SIR. R. M. LAFFAN,
R.E., K.C.M.G., at

One Matinee commencing
Saturday 1st, Tuesday
4th, Thursday 6th, and Saturday
8th MaTy.
Secure your Seats.
Tickets for Reserve Seats on sale at the
" Royal Gazette" Stationery Store, and at the
Hall on evenings of Entertainments.
Reserve Seats 3/. General Admission 2/.
Gallery 11.
Doors open at 7. Performance commences
at 8 o'clock.
Hamilton, April 27, 1880.

For Rent,
Part of the RICHMOND PRO-
P E RTY, consisting of about
Five acress of L.rii'D.
Just West of the Town of Hamilton. Posses-
sion given on the 1st July next.

Long House,

Apply to
W M.AS. B A I P.
2O.)ud April, 180-.-33p

For Sale,

A Good

At 1 o'clock, P.M.,

Next, the 29th instant,
100 EXTRA New York HAMS
10 Drums Halifax CODFISH
25 Boxes Halifax HERRINGS
2.5 Bls. Now York Table POTATOES
12 Qr. Boxes Bik. TOBACCO, 14s
20 Bis. S. F. FLOUR, now landing ex S. Ship
20 Bags CORN 2o) Bags BRAN, 5 Bus.
50 Reams Tomato PAPER
10 Boxes English SOAP
10 Doz. Port WINE
10 Tubs and Kegs BUTTER
10 Hlf. Bls. Family BEEF
5 Qr. Bls. Pigs TONGUES
5 Qr. Bls. Pigs FEET
5 Hlf. Bis, MACKEREL
10 Boxes Crown SOAP
5 Dozen Men's Felt HATS
1 do. do. Straw HATS
1 Pair Carriage LAMPS
I Carriage POLE
50 Pairs Men's Tweed PANTS
5 HIft. Chests Oolong TEA
30 Pieces Smoked BEEF
6 Bis. Crushed SUGAR-Staudard A
10 Half Bls. MACKEREL
10 Bis. Groe-ry SUGAR
5 Hhds. India Pale ALE
I Hhd. Barclay PORTER
1 Cask, 4 dozen Quarts. Bass
Damaged ex. Clyde" from London, and sold
on ancouut. of all concerned.
Hamilton, April 26, 18860.


A Choice Lot in Quarter Bales, ex
Will be sold low for CA ',H.
Apply to
April 20hli, I -S 0.

JU,' .'IR!IFE D,
Per Schooner ''" William Taylor."
Cuimminger, laserle,
1000 Bus. Coarse Salt
30 TrURTLp,
Tlhe above will be soll cheap for Casi.
For particulars apply to
3 & 5 Queer., Street.
Hamilton, April 27th, 1880.--1 p1

The Subscriber
Intending to Leave Bernmuda,
Is Now Olosing his Business,
And requets- nil persons I'tI)EBI'EDI) to him
to oay their respective balances inot later thai)
30ih A.pril next. All Amounts unpaid by that
dae must be sued for, as it is imperative that
his B.oks lie closed.]
Any person hnvinii an Account against him
"ill please reader it immediately for settlement.
111 amilton, April 27, I. o.-i

Linme! Lime !! Lime !!!

About 3,000 Bushels

Peliv.'red in Hami iltoni or mt.
Shilling per Bushel.



George's at one

Orcers left with MR. JOHN H. T. JACKsoN,
i'lamillon ; JOHN THOMAS I'URNER, "' Model
Farm," Knaptoiin ill, Smith's Parish; or Timo-
iAs TuPINa:Rs, Coper's Hill "* Home Farm,"
hlamilton Parish, will meet with prompt atton-
April 27, 18SO.

J AM For Rent,
And four Good
SMilc CO eidS tree, I lamilton, at present occupied by
AhC O; )'vlMr. It. F. Cooper.
Apply at (LARENCE 1HILL. ]'ossessi,)in given on the Ist July next.
S M h I C l A n A linl f ti

April /th, loo1880.

'|1HE UNDERII SIGNED respectfully solicits
Consignmients of
nb n .7i -_-


El a viii
,fesh-, is


I Man, V

or the New York Market through
II receive and forward free of charge.
g had a long experience in this Busi-
prepard to secure their M;arket
nut :ales and UCish settlements promptly

GE.OIRGE Ci1MPBELL, liimin of Eli Campbell & Son,
West \VWashigton 5Market,
New York.
o.., Anil r tl I i _o. Im ;3n

jI Pl y Lu
Long House, 22nd April, 1880. -3 3p

To Farmers and Others Interested

II. C. ouJTjEkiDEgI)DGE,
1Respc.itrnlly solicits *'.onsignments of
BeSramud, v erl 'roodice, &c.
gu :r;untee d. .
I ii:formalion i'rnished and your Ihipnients
promplly and carefully atLunded to and forward-
ed by
Under the Lig rShed,
Front Struct, Hamilton, Bermuda.
April 20, 1880.-3p If

Furniture Sale.

We have received Instructions to
O3 ? uib[tc auction,

1st May, at I o'clock, P.M.,
At the Residence of

IEsqs 09

Ireland Island,
Who is about to leave these Islands,
I V ERY Fine Toned Cottage
PIANO, made expressly for the
I Handsome Mahogany Loo TABLE
1 Superior Spring COUCH with easy Chairs
and spring seat Chairs to match
Music S'TOL 24 Yds. India MATTING
Window POLES and RINGS
8 Pairs handsome Lace CURTAINS
Wool Table COVERS Mahogany DESK
Ladies Rose Wood Work TABLE
Draught and Backgammon BOARDS
Croquet SET for indoor
DiNINo RooeM.
1 Cane Seat SETTEE
Easy, Rocking and other CHAIRS
Plated Candlesticks and Shades
flandsome CLOCK with Alarm
Liquor Case, 4 Glass Bottles
Plated Cruit STAND Do. Toast Racks
Plated Tea and Coffee POTS. &c., &c.
Liqnor Stand, 3 Bottles
Forks and Spoons ORNAMENTS
Table Covers Hair Cushions
Hearth Rugs Coal Scuttles, Brass
Wine Claret and other Decanters
A large assortment of GLASS and CHINA
Damask Table Cloths
Bedroom Furniture, in variety
Double and Single Iron Bedsteads
Mattresses and Palliasses
Chest of Drawers Looking Glasses
Washstands Towel Horses
Bolst.-rs Pillows Toilet Tables
Counterlanes Blankets Sheets
Plated Candlesticks Water Bottles
Night Commodes
Easy and Cane Seated Chairs
Pier Glass, &c., &c.

Kents' Patent Knife Cleaner
Conches' Do. do. Do.
Tables Ice Chest Butter Churn
Dish Covers Ice Cream Freezer
Meat Safe Cooking Utensils
Crockery, &c., &c., &c.
Refrigerator, Bartletts Patent
Wicker Chairs Rocking Chairs
Settee Glass Case Croquet Set
Garden Tools Flower Garden Tools
And various other articles which will appear
at the Sale.
a A Comfortable BOAT will convey Per-
sons to the Sale, and return to Hamilton in
the afternoon.
B. W. WALKER. & CO.,
Hamilton, April 20, 1880.

Ready-made Clothing.

Have received per Str. Bermuda,'
From Englaud, via New York,
ap ae lot ing,
Comprising all the requirements for the coming
Season, specially selected for Bermuda, and
will be offered at low rates.
Under it. B. V. Club Rooms.
Front Street.
Aprill 12th, 1880.

That Large and( Comfortable Two-
EDn veltlingHouse
Containing 12 rcorns-6 above and 6 below,
simatcd on the corner of Church and Court
Streets, and opposite P'reshyteriau Church.
Will be let as one house, or each story sepa-
rately with no communication between tlhnm.
Possession can be given immediately.
For fui their particulars apply to
Lane,opposite M military Police Station.
April 24, 1880.-1 pd

For Halifax, N.S.

-The Schooner

Wm. Taylor,
Intends Sailincg for Halifax
About the 5th VMay,
If uuiiient Freight otffes. F ,r further parti-
culars apply t, the Captain ohi board or to A. R.
l'i O.' SON.
Queen Steet, Hiamillon, d
April 27, 1880. 1 pd

'New York faill Steamer.

JThe e Steamer

I Captain \VILSON,
At 1 P.M.,

29th April, IS80,
To leave thence for return on the
6th May.
Freight will be received until 6 p.m., 28th in-
instant, unless previously filled, and Bills of La-
ding will be .-igned until 10 a.m. 29th instant.
Parcels and Specie on Freight will be receiv-
ed until 6; p.m. 28th instant.
Passenger Stage will be removed at 30
niinutts past noon on 29th inst,
Hamilton, cermuda, 27th April, 1880.

1,0).Z York hil,

AS'te am e~r.


Until 30th June, 1880,
The following FREIGHT RATES are offered
from New York towards Bermuda by the
Quebec and Gulf Ports Steamers:
HAY per Bale, $1
EMPTY BARRELS, in lots of 100 and over,
at 0 Cents each
for the Material for each Box
N.B.-The Material for Onion Boxes ex-
pected to be packed so as to measure 50 cubic
1 feet for eve y one hundred boxes, and the
Bills of Lading to be filled as bundles
said to contain ends and slats for Onion
Opportunity is taken again to give notice
that the freight on Cut Meats and Sugar and
other Weight Goods will be at twenty-five
cents per hundred pounds, but must be paid
on the gross weight, including weight of

. Hamilton,. Bermuda, April 27, 1880.-1Agen
S'" Colonist" once.

Notice to Farmers and
Owners of
The Undersigned will be prepared
to forward Consignments of BERMUDA
Messrs. E. P. LOOMZS & 00.,
And will also pay full Cash plates for Produce
throughout. the .Season.
GOl.D )DRI{ATS on New York may be had
during the Season.
Hamilton, March 22, 18SO.-3p If

r[H E Undersigned will give their
personal nitention to the forwarding Of
BERIMUl)A PRODUC to the consignment of
.fle.s4s John t /'i.x & Co.,
Of New York,
During the coining Crop Season.
All charges for cost of Remittance for nett
proceeds will have to he borne by the owner of
the Goods.
The highest market rates will he obtained and
Account sales returned promptly. -
Hiamilton, Bermuda,
March 9, 1ASO0. 3m 31


The Upstairs Rooms
Of the House Corner Front and Queen Streets
of this Town, Apply to
Hamilton, 26thli April, 1880.

Post Office, Hamilton, 24Lh April, 1880.
Laura Armstrong, Geo Armstrong, John Arm.
strong, Serafia Anderson, Yacht Alkelda, Post Ad-
dis, Ship Bertha, Richd Bean, K H Bean, Elizabeth
Butterfield, E Brooks, Robert Cooper, Adelaide
Caisey, Mrs Damon, Richd Darrell, Jose do Sousa
Duluvico, Emil Frado DoManuel, Brig Dart, Mi.
E Franklin, Charlotto Fubler, Brig Fairfield, Joseph
Fisher, Joao Jose Foreira, Joseph Grinde, Jane Gil.
bert, W D Grant, Antonio J Gomez, Mrs Hall, John
Innas, A Johnson, Antonio Jose Luis, Mrs E F
LTee'I, Francisco Silveira doe aMaos, James Mulling,
Francisco Medeiros, Schr Mary Louise, Joiquim L
Mendes, Rebecca Outerbrilge, F W Pardee, F"rancia.
W Richardsii, Schr A Ibert W Smith, Mrs Jos N
Swan, Thos F Smith, C A Steelele,Joa .apler, Cor.
netliu, St3e!ee,J P Francisco deM Seita,
Elizbelith' Talbol, l3.- A. Thompson, Joseph Trott,
Chri:mians WVl'ini., Sophi A Williams, Frank
Wood, G \V whitee C B 'Wllis.
FICE i1'. GEORGES, April 26, 1880,
Amy Buichlill, F Barrep, W H Cooper, Bila
Harlobrd, Mrs Clements Hayward, Alico Jones, Susan
Littenfield, A W Minors, Perient rrott.






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,,' I, ', ], ,, .. : / i 1 / ... ,.:/ ri,,: t IT..[ .. 1,
'Prolcc 0iiin, tr w:lir the rore ( namrd' o
[crilii( ci y, i1 still ( citing the aftioenlicn (of tll
cf.urniy, anid tlh r, is evr ry r,..ion to think thai
thpe (crnporl Elction \'ill not l prias over wilhouL
s inle roillte or '. ol'het L inr v, a on. ['d (on tIhe lines 0LI
our commr.ercial policy. The Hoard of Trade re-
turns for January gave evidences of a revival in
our staple industries, which was heartily welcomed
among all classes of the community, but, of course,
there was some margin for grumbling and every
advantage was taken of it to exaggerate the sinister
rumours which had been flying about, for some
time predicting the decadence of British Irade in
the face of foreign competition. The Returns for
February indicated a sustained improvement. As
many of our principal industries, however, were
shown as still languishing from the effects of th(
recent and almost unprecedented depression,. the
prophets of evil continued at work. Many had
committed themselves to statements which they
could not consistently abandon, and the fact that a
sudden leap from a period of depression to a period
of prosperity would have violated every natural
law of commerce, had no influence in removing es.
tablished prejudices or altering judgments whicl
had been hastily formed during the panic of th(
previous year. We were sanguine enough to be.
lleve that the debate inaugurated by Mr. Wheel.
house, in the Commons, would have settled the
question of Reciprocity, but the House of Lords
has contributed another item to the controversy
The Duke of Rutland has been foolish enough tc
galvanize into life the dead arguments of Protec-
tion for the benefit of the anti-FreoTrade voters whc
mean to make as much political capital as possible
out of the state of our commercial and agricultural
Industries during the turmoil of the General Elec-
tion. His Grace delivered a very carefully pre.-
pared speech, in which the old figures were brought
into requisition for the purpose of showing that
our present commercial principles are entirely at
fault, and the policy of Cobden a gigantic blunder.
Needless to say, the attempt was an ignominious
failure, and it was a real pleasure to read the elo.
quent, Free Trade speech of the Prime Minister,
who spoke with all the enthusiasm of Mr. Bright
on the subject. His Lordship proceeded to show
that the revival of trade was not so visionary as the
Protectionists would fain make it out to be. There
was every prospect of a return to times of prosper-
ity, although the progress might be gradual. The
extraordinary demand for Iron from the United
States, which the Duke of Rutland referred to, is
not the only evidence of improvement, and a re-
ferenqe to the statistics recently issued by the Board
of Trade convince us that the increased demand is
not from a single source or for any particular com-
todity, but that the revival is of a general nature

YORK M'INTEu.-Nearly every traveller has seen
Yoik Minster, ond those who have not are familiar
with Its appearance, both from drawings and des.
criptions. Suffice it to say that, if a line were fixed
on any angle of the building and drawn tightly
round it, it would measure about quarter of a mile
and every part of this vast edifice is covered with
the richest and grandest carvings known in archi-
tecture. Every period of design is represented,
from the rude Norman imitations of the Roman
work, with which the island was even then studded,
to the time when the eighth Henry laid his heavy
hand on monasteries; and as I write this I am re-
minded, by referring to a date, that this is the fifti-
eth anniversary of the day on which one Jonathan
Martin fired York Minster and burned the wonder-
ful carvings of the stalls and roof. A national sub.
scription, amounting to some 65,000, was soon
raised to restore it, but such a sum would have to be
more than doubled to enable a contractor to perform
similar work at the present day. A second fire almost
as destructive broke out in another part of the vast
pile only 11 years after. Some recollections of this
minster are not very pleasant. The Jews used to keep
In its wardenshbip a record of their loans, and the po-
pulace, not remembering that the borrowers became
borrowers of their own free will, broke into the
cathedral, and burned all the documents. But, un.
happily, they did not do this without having pre-
viously committed great and wanton outrage on a
law-abiding people. When Richard I. came to the
throne, the Lion Ileait" permitted any amount of
massacre and persecution to be perpetrated on his
Jewish subjects. These were very numerous and
powerful in York; indeed, their principal quarters
in Market-street and Layerthorpe were until re-
rently called Jubbargate and Jewbury. A simple
narration of the massacre seems hardly credible, es-
pecially if we remember that in those times the
principal actors were merely mulct in nominal fines.
One Benet appears to have been the principal Jew
in the city, and his house was attacked by an arm.
d mob, and he and his family murdered. About
500 others being forewarned, fled to the castle, and
to)k their gold with them; and as they refused per.
mission to the warden to enter, the Sheriff permit-
ted the populace, and especially their debtors, to
attack them in their stronghold. Hunger overcame
them, but as they could not hope for humanity from
their assailants, they set fire to the castle, and bid
ouch wealth as could not be destroyed. Then these
poor creatures slew each other to prevent their fall-
lag into the hands of the enemy, and a few, offer-
lng to become Christians, surrendered to the mob,
but were immediately slain. Richard, who was in
France, seemed to think the proceeding was hardly
justifiable, and ordered a commission of inquiry,
which closed the whole matter, very much in the in-
. terents of the wrong-doers. -Belgravia.

A Parliamentary paper has been issued contain-
ing a convention signed between the Governments of
Great.Britain and the German Empire, extending to
the Geiman Empire the provisionsof the tieaty be-
tween Great Britain, Prussia, Austria, France and
Russia for the suppression of the slave trade, of
the 20th of December, 1841, The agreement con-
tains the following provisions:-"All German
vessels which shall be detained on the stations of
America or Ahfica by the cruisers of the other con-
tracting parties shall be taken to Cuxhaven aud be
delivered up by the authorities there to the juris-
diction of that Germnain State to which the home
port of the vessel belongs. But if slaves shall be
o iad on board any such German vessel at the time
of h. r r .ttit n lthe vepsel shall, in lihe first ii-
atac ie, be sent to depo-il. hce slaves to that porr to
which she would have been taken for adjudication
If het' ad been sailing under the English flag. Tihe
ve-fstihali aflerwards be sent to Cuxhaven and
hall be delivere! up to the competent German ju.'-
Jidiction as-above ot ipulated.

D)i6AsLAs.--.-Many philantroptistr on seeing our
young military musicians wield enormous wind in-
struments have sorrowed over the few years the
poor fellows would have to live. W%'ell, they are
'wletaken.' All tlie men whose business it is to try
the wind instruments made at the various factories
before sending them ofi for sale, are without, ex-
aC option, free from pulmonary affections. I have
known lOwny who, on entering upon this calling,
were very delicate, and who, nevertheless, though
their daiy obliged them to blow for hours together
enjoyed pprlfect health after a certain time. I am
myself au Instance of this. My mother died of con-
sourption ; eight children of hers tell victims to the
same disease, and only three of us survive, and we
all three play wind instruments.-Dr. Burg.

7 o be ,aif ed( for,
:', n iai taie Li-st i.. illed up, of whichh notice
will be given,

Mado expressly for the Climate-the Property
of a gentleman n leaving the Colony.
List of Subscribers at the Stationery Store
adjoining the Royal Gazette" Office, Hamilton.
ilamilton, March 18, 1880.


EOR GE FegetaiblHA,


March 23, 1880.

For Sale at Sd. each at MR. CHAP*
MAN'S Store,
.bt. George's.
19th March, 1880.

Custom House Entries
ON SALE nat the Royal Gazeite" Station-
cry Stere at the following rates:
100 Sets Large 8/4 Small Ditto .1/2
75 6/9 :3/6
50 5/ 21/6
12 "' 1/I '" 9d.
6 10d. 5I '' 5d.

1 2d.

4' 6 Id.

SILLS LADING Charter Parties
Bills of Exchange for Dollars& Sterling
Pilot Certificates oaids and Judgment
Seamen's Agreements Writs
Powers of Attorney
Indentures, Parish and Common, &e., &es
liamilton, April 20, 1880.

For Sale,
A Fine Toned Upright

\\alnut-wood case, and made expressly to suit
the climate.
For lernm, &c., please apply at the '' Royal
Gazetie" Office.
millou, arch i) l 0.

W. J. Bartholomew,



(At the Store1 of S. A. Masters, Esq.,)

N. I.--Every description of Watches, Clocks,
and Jewellery thoroughly repaired ; having had
experience of over 30 years in London and
March 30th, ISSO.-Im

Robt. G. Lee & Co.0
Coiliissioni 3lei elianits
18 Leadcnhall Street,
April 13., 1880.

Goods from London


Received at the Royal Gazette" Statiouery
PENKNIVES, assorted
Colored TWINE Pink TAPE
Porcupine, Quill and other PENHOLDERS
Parchment L ~LES Purse BANUDS
Bottles GIIUM, with Brush and Top
Quill and Steel PENS
Visiting CAIDl)S-Ladies and Gents' Plain and
Bluck Bordered
Record BOOKS Account BOOKS
Workmen's TIM E-IBOOK-Weekly & Month-
ly account
Grays' ARITMBETIC, &c.

BOOKS of the Irish School Series
-Arithmetics, English Grammars, Sequels
I and 2, Second Books, &c.
Hamilton, April 13th, 1880.

A Splendid Assortment of Ladies Silk and Satin
F,\NS, assorted Colors,
April 231h. 1880.
- -4----

(N S.\TUi l)AY VL.NING; last, between
t' Ge(or.'.b and the Flatts Village,
a Gf fff'tmtan'. Ifnrk/ Ovpercoat.
ThIe ider', on leaving the same at Mesasrs.
\V. C. !)l..ud &t Co'S., St. Guorges. or at the
R" oyal G(Izitte" Office, t ill be suitably re-
Hainilton, April 12, 1880.

I'or Safe,
.-- A Superior

For '35.
For further particulars please apply to C. A.
DESilEL[D, East Warwick.
Warwick, April 13th, 1880.-If

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1Every description of COLOR made ready for
J. E. EV.ANS takes this opportunity to thank
the Public in general for their liberal patronage
and will endeavour (as in the past so in the
future), to merit their continued favours.
14 Queen Street, Hlamilton, /
February 3, 1880.

C. S. WVhitter,
Watchmaker, Jeweller & En-
Offers for Sale Cheap,
A election of ,.
,WPotche., 7'foc;k,, J.iweI'ry
and Silver Plated Ware,
And Persons intending to purchase will findl (by
calling at his Storie,) anmp!o room to say "'
have at last found : Cheap Jewelry Store "
N. iB.-I'arties who have nit Settled their
Accounts for the pai, four year.-, ,need not ask
for Goods on Cridit, ibut extend to all the same
Call and .e..
Reid Street, ne t WeA'" ;,azette Olice.
December 15th, 1879.

John M. DeWolfe,
Manufacturer of a!l kinds of

Carriages built expressly for Berinuda when
Agent at Bermud>a.
September 8, 1879.-1am.

George A. Sanford,
iI.\LIF \X, N. .,
lManufacturer and Iliealer i;i

Head ST:IONiNS, F (NT'S, Church TAi1LI': I'S
Basih TOPS, &c.. &e.
Any design Cut to -rdcr. No charge Ifo orli-
n rv ensecriptions.
Persons forwacdin, orders, cor wishiiir ianiy
inlbrmoition, please a apply to
Agent for Benmuda,
4-2 Front t.
, Hamilion, Octr. ith, 1879.-1 y

Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!

The Subscribers are now prepared
to Furnish

Daily (Surdavs excepted)
From their Store in Burnaby Street to any per-
son who may desire a suIp)ply.
To Customers iii l l.,,ihilon and Vicinity il
will be delivered by Cart daily-from ahout 1C
o'clock till noon-commereing on Ist April.
The price is one penny per pound for 12 lbs
and upwards.
A penny half-penny unler 12 Ilbs.
Bermuda artificiall leeo company.
Ilamilton, Marrh :24th, 1S79.

^A s 3.

Dundonald Street, Hamilton.
Terms, Moderate.

S For IRent,

And Tract of L\N1) ii Paget
lately occupied by Mrs. LOUISA !WosTocK, called
"6 1 R 310JVT,9
containing Twelve Acres, more or less, extend-
ing from the Waters of Hamilton Harbour on
the North, to the Alain Roiad on the South.
For further particulars apply to
Hamilton, 29th D)ecembcti, 1.S79.


TiHE above WA'TC'H ES for both
Ladies and Gentlemenr, are kept constantly
on hand by the Undersigned : Any grade $love-
ment not in Stock will be furnished at the
Manufactor's list price. Also, make to order
anq style of Case with Crest, Monogram, &e.,
Reremember the Ani erican WatI Cho. received
the (oid at tie late e Paris Exhibition.
E. '. CHIt I.1).
Front Street, Ilamilitou,
Decr 1.6, 1878. u.o.o.

ing next day,


New York, March 25,

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RIMMNIEL'S JOCKEY CLU9, and other fra-
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gives the hair a beautiful gloss and imparts an
agreeable coolness to thie head.
Toilei Soaps in bars or cakes.
boxes, barrels dnd packets.
RI.LIMEL'S AQUADENTINE cleans, whitens
and preserves the teeth, retreshes the mouth, and
sweetens the breath.
tura Air purifier, a fragrant Powder which diffuses
the Wealthy and refreshing e-nfanaiions ol' lthe Pine
and Eucalyptus Forests.
E. R IM%1.FL, Perfumer by appointment to II. R.
II. Princess of \\ales96, 9, Strand, London, and 17
Boulevard des Italiens, Paris.
May 27, 1879.

W. 0. F. 11 AS C 0 M M.1.,D.
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icnt' .-Lreet, \Vest of Itoya I Gazette" O(licre.
Otffice lHours-10 to 12 iand I to -1.
vill Visit St. Georges, ruesdays and Fri-
dIay s.
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Horse, Carriage Cart
TV~HIE Undersigned having resu.ned Business
at his old Stand, Corner of Church and
Junction Streets, near hiamiltun lHotel, takes
this method of tlainking his friends and the pub-
lic g~ Mially for past favours, and humbly soli-
cilts ca .tinuance of same.
January 6, 1879,


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carry experienced Ollicers, Surgeons and Stew-
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State Rooms are oni main deck opening into the
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Smoking Room, Bath Room and Piano on
each Steamer.
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Supplement to the Bermuda Royal Gazette, Tuesday, April 27, 1880.

For the Royel Ga:ette.
Ma. EDrTo,--In your paper of 20th insktnt,
you ive an epitome of the swee-ptin changes con-
templated to be made in the stat us of Trinity Church
should the Legislature see fit to concur in the peti-
tion adopted at the adjourned meeting of Pew-rent-
ers at Trinity School-room on. the 15th inst., aftei
a vote ou thI first clause (tlhe pith of the whole) of
twenty-five, out of some eigthy-odd Pew-l-,.ld- rs
say 17 fur, -andl 8 against it, leaving a n.aijorily of
; ntd ifter giving some particulars of ith :lt, r-
A - atious you siate that a copy of the petition ill be
sennt tl tli" R'.etor for his rconcurrein o, (!) :,il an-
Sother to the Bi.-hiup for hi.s informal ion. Thel n-
tuil p. 'snm.ption is that after that it will l, il-
cuhl'ted for signatures, and ,s it is d,--iuntd a.- n fir
andl open mattl-r to be submitted to thi- full consid-
eratii.u and juidgmni ntof all interested iu,-luding lithe
Paiish of Pembroke, I __beg to solicit spiaci- in your
imp.ati,-al -jnuiratl to bring certain facts and p-iut..
before the l'aiishioners that. they might act. ide:-r-
stau'iir,.Jy and advisably when called upon to sign
the i '-tilion, %whi-ch shliulil not be done hastily, nor
witli'..ut proper thought. You also s-tate that "' as
a. C:,tliE'.ital the Recttor has. no .pet-viil ri^-ht- over
the," these are- all to be takre.n Irimn him,
notwithstandiu.g the terms of the Deed under whil:h
the Ch(ur-h was founded in 184-., to the (contrary :
nau vet in the -nae Ineath you modestly tell us
that tie s(t-leni- (of a Catledral', seems thle best
adapted to ec-i'r,.e tie ri;qhts of ithe Rec:or .' In the
name of philosophy when all his special rights are
taken away, hlow can it be necessary to erect a
Cathedral to secure what. will remain Methinks
they might bE preserved in a Chapel of Ease to the
Parish Churth, without attempting to move what
Governor Elliott styleid that ciunbrous inaptitude
of the Legislative machinery for the manage-
ment of simple affairs." By a certain Deed' bear-
ing date Dr..r. 20, 1845, made betwe-n "the Cor-
I] 3r:ti.:.u uf aiamilt,,n of ft-.- first pait, the Ree-d.
Ju.-o:ph F. Lighlibotri, A.I., Rector of Pe-mbroke
Parilh of thl:t st:cond part, and Sir Wm. C. H. Bur-
naly, Dart., the Revd. Ma, i-.-lial H. S. Frith, Win.
B. Perot, Thos. J. Tucker, Sawul. Salius, Thos. F.
Ewing, Sanl. Nash, and Alex. E. Outerbridge, of
the thlild pat," it appears that certain lots were
conveyEd in trst to the said Revd. J. F. Light.
bo:rin, and to his su eessoi forever, Rectois of the
said Pa.i'i.h of Pembroke to cause to be erected
theteupou a Chliap-l of Ea.-e to be called Trinity
Church" f.:r the stated, and the atove
named g-ntlemien were appointed a Committee to
carry ort th:- same:. "' And the said Revd. Jois. F.
Ligfitl-.uru for himself, and his- successors RP.toals
cf the I'ari-sh of Peib,,''ke afoiesaid ,'with the
c utn-I icIt .ie of th .:-said ('oniImitts-e! d1th hbet-yli
tirtiaer del:iare and agiee, that the building so to
1-, erect ted shall be, and remain a Chapel of Ease to
the Parish Church of Pembroke." And it is pro-
,ided that wh, U completed, notice shall .,e given to
the Re'-tur, N ose duty it -hall he to nominate some
fit person to It-e ofticiatiug Minister, and request the
BisThop of the Diocese- to .appoint him, and on fiil-
ure of the Rector to do so fur six months, or if no
Rect',r, the nomiu;i:ion to lipse to the Bishop. It
is also proiidcd that n-othing in the Deed is to
1'41' iuic- the Rc-ctor fioam performing Diviue Se'r-
vie in saiI Cl-urc-h occasionally when he shall see
fil In c*!0 so." It isals.o provided that if any diffe-r-
ec,-e A 1l .l! ij.,e bet ,veen the Rector anti any of tlhe
Pev.-l. ld-i.- they will submit to and abide, by the
d-.cTerminatin of the Pishop," and lastly, it is further
providleid that nothingng in tl,:-e Deed .shall preclude
the Legislature at any future time from establikli-
ing tie said Chirr-l, as the F;a istL Chiurch oif 'Peni-
broke,' nor regulating the di.posal of Pews. v,:-.
ror from making any Othir ern,:tment rceperriniL
the endowing, supporting, maintaining, and :,vr-
erning tLe said Church, its Ministers and Ofli.:.t..
as to the Legi-lature may ,eem fit."
Nothing whatever i., intimated in the Deed .:- to
converting this buildiuLt into any other kind .i,
Churchl thau the Parih Chhutih, and I cannot ti ,-
fort.e peit:eive anything to autiioi.ze the idea that
gocernin it as a Chapel rcf Ea-.e" implies or .nu-ti-
fits cl/.a;i',.' .1 ilto a Calthtrdl.' Legal atuirneu may
sod-tiine it, Iti I think it is coit rair v to thecoinni, I
nrici patio o:f tl,- term. and to tIhe design and in-
del.tadilning of tl.e- naker, of thlie Deed, as well as
the contribii .,ts.- of fun,;-, and of the Legisl-iture
that gtLo-:lt the 1i to aid the object :,nil
tlhi it n..iud ,h ;I plilpable vio:.latioti of tl,'
spirit ar.d in.t.t t #.f tie li-td, or it, would ..(- r.
tainiy ,av- !a..:-n i. .-Iared :,.- pliinly and I:.i._-
ci.,tib,,-tly V s, lh,: ..1utho ity to make it the Pvl i.-h
Clun 1 : I tl'eref,-i- ,-: nut(.t .-.-e Low it is possible
for the Le-isl.t'niue to i..,.t thl- pr:iyet ,f the p..-
tilion. A C:thhl,.',al v, ill call for a Mii-ter at aa
adv i"ncld I:Sa 'iry, a;r ind. eie-trxtiavagi ant idea.-, a;i'
that i ill irivilte advance in I'ev Ret-s, and t!,e
turTiu-- out of tl.- ('l.iCurt.h tlihu.-e who attnnt at. .'1
t.- r:.oi..- !iii th' 1 :' .-nt 'a ., w !.i hL al\t a-.
for al rented iel\\., Ailh,, o, i,'li,,s fLo t-e lc/, itini,.
".s a1_',i .-t t '-n ,-ilillh.:'., foir i- .h i i* ted .-sittiun in
tim Pinish Church- which tlis Clhapel of Ease wa.
intended to r-lele.
T I under-tand thnt a printed copy c.rn Ie a.illninjli
from the WVrd.nD n'y lia ,i(.< f in hl''.ite-ii, for c'mre ,Ihl-

7;, the F .','i!, r t t }i,',l,,, ', .'.'tf.
DAr.R S.R -Kwwing, a5 I do, y.ur r'.ppreci-atitu
o, a'1 that is worth *i place in memnoi-y, may I ,ive
3o(. just a r-.gwh re.,e'v<';iitit f lihe Enti.,taiinmecnt in
Mi dcay and T"'esdtiy. the 19tlh rud ilh instant. ,at
the Irelianid Is!ad Theatre. l:vy the iotM flke Min-
strls,"'' of H. M S. LZi7',/,7r., nuder the Patronige

of Captain C. G. F. Kuni.w1les. I must iifor in vin it
is their first, attempt :it ai. y'"hini of the kind, a'nd, if
ion,- may form. n- opinion Iren the hearty applaM e
re,'eiatedly rendered throughout the evening, they
may couli:'er th,-ir first iterlainriment an entire suie-
ce.-*. The Prormmine. ,a very suitable one. was
well riunder,-', the sor-gs were sung ii a clear aind
-pleasant tfie, with-.'uil i e slightest Iraice of torei : iin
Sact, tlihe anl feemeed in c:apital trim for business.
Their dres., which w:-s particularly noticed oai adc-
count a(, is neatnues and simplicity, all being dre.tssed
exactsn alike, and i-efore bidding adieu to ti,1 First
Part. I may just mention that the freaks (f *- Skins
and Bone;'" lie pt the audience highly amittred. In
the ,-econd Part. Ihe Chairacter soug and dance was
given iln g,-ii style, also the performance on the
Horizoutal B'r, which elicited hearty and reperntad
applause. Then came the Clog-Dance. which wavri
given in good tyrle; the stump speech followed, aiid
there is no doubt Dat his account for de milk in de-
cocoanut" was all that could be desired ; the gOt up
was capital, but we were surprised to hear that lie
only to-.k ore daiy to drtsss himFelf, for the dress it-
self was unquestiimuably a puzzle-taking, as it must
have done, ,, many iwitAts nd turns to put it on, inud
last. but r.,it least, to keep it there; then came one
ot the prettiest Fr:e-p, it has ever been my good for-
li: e lt) w1% iLte' at an Amatner Perlormuian. The
cool mainuer ,A deporting hiniself, ard active style.
faiili bringing down the house; on retiring. the ap-
plkuse hI. re eived. which was well earned, brought
him instantiy to the -trott again, and although n,.tL
even taking sufficient time to collect hiniselt, L.e
broke into, if possible, a still mnre active stlep, with-
out the sl!ghtest trace 0f dis'res, ; iafer this came a
S.lo-'T'lie Blue Bele -it Secotland ; which was repeat-
edly applauded; the audience appearing as if they
never were going to be tired of it. Next came the
Comic Sketch, and then is every reason to believe
this w would uave taken, for a considerable liimei longer,
for it cicated uproariuos applause from begiULing to
The Troupe, Stung "God save the Queen," alter
which the audience withdrew. having spent a most.
Pleasant evening, one which we feel assured will not

soou be obliterated from memory. As to the audience
the Snowflake Minstrels may consider themselves
highly h'noured by so l'rg-'- an assemblage. Trust-
ing their friends may honoaor them on their next oc-
casion, which will probably be at Hamilton. and
shortly. TRY AGAIN.

(l ,iA-rt, t' i,, B',, ,I'in,,,',dt i'.yqal Gurz/tt.t.

( ticns h ouIl i ,.. -. -n -*-._, their own nj-'.vr-r.-.,
as -y .e -i.-h cque-ti.u-i' te''-lhers de.e i :, th m.-e-l-- : 'I

Late fi'ros tlihe Unsitcd States adm Eng-
The Steamer Ala,iai, Captain Gilfoil, arrived from
New York on Wednesday, and the Mlail Steamer
Bermuda, Captain Wilson, on Sunday.
To Mr. -McLean and Mr. Hare of the Marial, and
Mr. Dupont of the Berrawda, we are indebted for
files of New York papers to the 17th and 22nd in-
stant, resp'ctirely.
Sbri-cis Delaware & HlR;,sori Canal Comprany 8:2.


- li, ,a I.ppc-ear to ,tn ,ow w tt r .t ey irave L i--._.ant- -.. ----
gnth i 1 fro- m'th foti" iu \vlri ch the qti '. ij o -tin *, LO,')." "WT. i
'ir.,l ,. t,:,, qtr ti,.n r ,u in v e a.Tn,. -' n e Unit atel in a Cr. From
f.,r ;nl ,,;,tL ..r At'e .- f this :.,,rt. n..--ia.d of urn tifas New Yorkl, wilb piay,voons or th 3 famishing Irish,
anud ti a ..U it ....Init ir -t.- ,. it, r to form in d7p- bad ,' riv'nd mt Cnrl., after a ry rough p -. A
.s. !i.i. .i m.e uencomuragin.-- metho-d than qu,:s- p ia of t t ut car o w.a inmrnediateelv land.l 1 and
tion, r, i-,irin,- less eff-.:rt on the pat f the child- dis'LEil',utd to thie di istrn-eed. The Lor.- Mayor of
ren. he1-.e it is m,-re aI,pr,:-.plite to y(mung hildr-n, Dubli,,, b-'4 visited the( Constelation, and exnre.-ed
but r,.lu ..;t ,, I,.-. fft ,,heu the. a rt ..,t 'il; r the Mtnh-ion Hose R'lip ( Con mnittce
e.a. I IEiL to the American people andi the Unictd Staips ovr-
A_ li-iip l.:ulIl no-t ad to guessingn, but -hbo-ul, rumt fen.or aiding in ihe relief of tie distress in
be of sut.elh In ieh:t:l.-ter as t., involve an l f. x-r.-i.e -.f Ieland.
thought on tht pa:t elev-ate language by i; -isting' upon full alnd wv, i Ix- ih 1itho guuU-: ats at his conmmnrud, hvii tb h..2- Relief
pres-ed anwi.i's. Fi :nium.itity answer-- s.ihuld not "oltmittee, at',] the .-ailways bavo in-neroiusly off,..r-
be a:c.e-ptei-whin a child giv,:s an in'orr,-.:-t an- ed to franiport the cargo gratuitously.
swer. instead of sayin: thRat it is wrong, try to lad "t---'*
him to see lis errI-i'r, ad tin ..- r...rc:t himns-lf ',t leasti.t THE CRaIStS :: Ex'NGL.xNN.-Tihi- Tt;ies in its lead
to cr.on.-mn hirn-eIf. Irn ,-,)ing rI.n:tioinga ing article ca 22nd Apcit says I h M inistsrial c-rii3
ten'-er' shAd ii ha a thn'-ane-h k:wde .i ; he ''etin,.ll--s and n, visiltl .adrnear- has yet be-en
subject. :. that hie nay -Tse t'I- .-taternn-, it Io e Imade tot ea-d its solution. The Slawlf,ur sr.ys the
text boik,- in : Wnch n wr"y us to awaken th.u:-ht .i- Queen has conferred a peerae,- with ILe title of
th,- p:ii.r '.' tL-- clildr.n nud to, iniprt n,--w\ know- Paron lRouIa, on Mr. Iolnt:.glu .'orry, Lord tBea-
lodne. A teacher ichul b:- aniiat.. -C rsg-ti,, confsi-Ael's private ecrete"ry. I. is undLierlstoo(l thaip
self-p..-. .-sel, encouraging and paItieut, ii:,l -holi:t. Mr. Jolt: i'right. 'ill nci enter the linitlrv on ac-
not ir'it.tet the children -I:y idiculii,- LtuHI .- count, f thest.(ae of his health, i', -', P. Aduam,,
der,. fcrme:ney the liberal whip, will be nominated for
11e s-ould arpp.ial to Lh, law of altivit-, .,hyP-it the Speakert's c iar in the pr-r.btible ev'ert oi the re-
al, n, mori n in it,-Ilectual ,'ev.eloCpement, deperr I ^.-ement of Mi. Brand tI.- he Upper Ho-1sr,. L-'rd
upon th- I'iin:-ipl':-. T; kil:d pantTts ian, t nac,:- -,:acor..-ield wVen: to VW indoor after t1eir Cabiriet
ers a,.I ne.yd by its rnnif,-sht.tions. dio n: ha-..' :" C'runcil yesterdiny. He will return to London to-,
how to 'i-utri., rin.d :iiiaont ide!stroy it. n i. ielii- day. it i:s quite possible that the reti ement of
gent clii ni mji t be .-:-ive and: it is our dniii t., drt., I. tlhe Ministers will be deferred un'il after the wamr-
this activity into proper channels so that i- wi.l riage of the Princess FrederikRa of Hanrovr -w;h ithe
work r(e.It hi. own de-u:'lolpmtir t aighi t. Wlhen we Ei'ron Raiimingen. which will in-ke piae: 0.-';-:t S.L-
endeavour to guide a c-hild' mind wi- n-itst -tu.ti urday :at Windsor, and to which Lora Bi--ne]ns6l"-i
his nature and taste -o as to adapt to hIs ;aiItuir:. s, : sevwralt members oft Iis Cabiunet hav, been in-
We s:1-i:.rld eintcurcage ,-a .ies-ire for kn,.wle-:.- i vit i. A change in the Ministry before that would
lma-inkr the les.-son iutn.resting aud hence.. iLteIli_,iI-le.l-, uh.set, the piogramtr.e of the weddin.-.., nriar'getmeniri.
pre-ut inhiviinMal r.xrninmples, give detail niart,-ti\es, Several of tihe Cabinet Minisers y.'.ierday wrote
and niltl di'Iscrlp'.is. If pupil is dull and farewell letters to the head of( there oflic,,. It. ii
semt- to tale no interest :n .itudvy.eudeavouir to fnnd expected that directly after ,.:,e PItr;.uz.'s 1 it i..
sonmthirg that will intere- Lima : through ,isj.-l Ibe 'iieen his succe.~sor 'il be sui,;m-,n.ed. 'Th'
aw:Iktcn !ls mind and leal him t.,: an itlltere..t in London corespondent or the )uam ',-r iardhtr.r
other things. Qut-stir.n's ak.,-d b- elhilren showild says:-" It is reported that Right H-on: .ii F.tzro-
not be (- loIoked or -lighte-., we should t raim thl:N Kelly, Lord Chi"" Bairn of the Esxche; -r, L. I',
toad:k ritue-tions rei-nting' to the subject o:a hand, a.ul created a peer, and hbat Sir John Holker. Altor-ney
to rask thiern at the jpro;-er ti-'?. n Geane lal, wil ',,eed. him s Chief Baron of th,-
lin-ouirtie generous, rivaIlrv, but do not allow t i Exchequer." It is th:at t.hi, rerring Lord
to n t'a inttodenge .at ,' eh.isntess.. endlea;,'i'rto 'ea-on-i~s- will .. Wi-ri,: t en r his re-
cutltivat t e mi ;Il n '1o tre so as ui s.-nI:- an influ- ::i_ 'lt i ac.i the ,.:c. wil] iar m di!te. sen.! for
-en e tht.t 1 hail :-nttoi ite.: pritir-ipl- io:,t i eiiulati: bin th,.tl, itnaa she. d:c it s shculeli be hi- succ 'saor.
so that when ,hil(h:; strive :rdently th-Vy -wii It, appcrans Io Ie e L n ce-raMdl belief tlat Lord ai-
scorn menunecs. itigeion will be sentL fr.,:nd to the wiiol, clar-, do Lot sai- witT Rear-Adiral H.P.II. the ule of Edinb.: .
rece-ivi ng ,e ri;gh- t answer, but. see tlit all halve irth.l cl te we eoas i r U iC, Tm' i.rLend -
ideaswel. 'To scur? hisi willb,.uchso rv ,slo.k cn li' es, of the dise-s C Irid- nd-
aft r th.: dull, care'.s-s .nd inattertive. \We .'houild tng dh :rLrei', oc tbe distr sse,diti o s iar sd i lands,
be sv.stemaTtir in our t,-.:fl lu- thie introduin tion cf and ILu Li- d',. be.I in ig .:c ag c- his h!'oal hl-ig'-
a lat-sion shoul- eonet it waith the rii.-..l lens- r.ei:^ h ue u;,l'tb .of islands aiton'e UnIol y
son or w ith know lk d a lrcad v p ., i i o,ulh pi'eo s t h n vi; s e'., O m -: d t. ,e m .i. it.h
be as short as is co .istenut with the ,-I :.a "..r 1 ( ,- hawe hen "" and h sma ll o ed
the close of the u ln-s._,n recapif'iatu ,:,- lr,,1int u Vty thee Ia'.oo--s andI the sm all-rn ..t- 'a of the I ..h t
points ..:, as to show a I.junetcted ct tle whol,h-. qaarirc-n. Finding on atiivinu on ti-e cor-s tbhat
Endicint r to to. a te CaIrjte -He- utanthl e arrangement of placing certain veasela entirely
toEnd p ti, te fa ctsorpie ant-i,.:al tu at ibe disposal of ,ne or othe.:- ,AO tb agent i te
lesto ,n pz-.-ticaln -unt. l A a la f,: i:rpi:ti al the to Relief Committee .was likely It lead to d'1.
time of aun part. slir elrs is :-pelt at ,i.k work n cin n trying out whbate,:r might ba the m(t presin'
it is of the fir.t ilmportac-el- ti.ntthis tworark wise-service of the moment, lha Du.e of Edinburgh r.:-
!v .le, ted, f.itllfhli pe tant 7t ai ex qu.Iested Ibe Admi ally 1: pia."-,a :a-i 7e is emp!ov-.j
amiune In re-l aspect to inM.tle tuil inlutl i e v., -lr.: ldl H heiefwo-k dir-c.! n.-- :. e i
aim to awaken a de~ir f :r kniwl-:- :,ud v, r,:i:... -H7ghness as n give. ,.. si Ac. ic hn.c. to
tle al.-ilitv to ",.:quire it. I re+i ,.t t,:, r.,:, ul- house visit g an- d '.triu lo c l. iotin .
tire we slholnd il ima to train int s-ih a : t,-t i LoNDo., A.\;!! .- A d-ipa fr.ii i:'e;i .
,:-iild v. ill len;rn to '-, -rn I Tcise!f \ I .: s'.-nl. iri s tI;, Th n s says Thbe B;iti;h *Govern ert: r: a-a ?
to lC- ight.-n the .*, inf'.O-i t: uiaci t:e ,t" .il- n: ira it f r:,. eip;r-lentla ion ii, aLe Itjernation;ai
inig-, nri tn e-tfn .lish priun-iplk: -- t-. :n , i l l .i..T',- Fi ery Ex, ibi ti-" which w-N.= ,i;oen.It-,1 t--; veri'i i -
durit r;itht r tl!an toi stri've:- to ke---p ti .lilvn,.1i -n in di'-. li he Brill,. E.xhit h ib i ; -: 'o :ii;" ti. u"' f
t .le eight ipatth. Di n't. -rn tin- hil I. -j n, pr vin te cn--i priis: Two uiiratvA-,] ,r'-i t'iy ,e;-
b -y -',.ol c.-tnizathi. i i. '1, *H, hIi.a ri:tti: ,:c- ni t. i ait j. ( I.f, i ii : -
ketp 'ill s' mu.--i 't w irk ti.t th-leI I .vii .'- i- lit- r1.', li ivti fr at: .- tic c ,.n ir t ata r
tie riE:ed of dir-in t niartf g :r n, Av'-; -' -iic i t s a L.;c .i: :u' i t--q C-... '- '
nn 1 tlh rei f,-.n ii.,r. rf-n enh h':r tl:.t tl.,.i,? i; i "'ri -t : in ,, i; i t .- :l' ri a ;..vo\ r iii th,,:. toe t hau t .h 1,..r, ui .--ii.: .-._h .. i..iu sr.-i n irorn 0.. i 1 .1', ..'; ,.j i(,.^.3 ,. ,i.,J tri. ; i" .
it im^* ,.-.t nin -'- w or.] C utb v ti, are ; 1, 1t i :,f -..I F -, ; ,- I .ly t., I i" f:,,' .,: ,.- .':';.e ., :-. ," n!, l. l ;. .'.. ,,]
.- i tt :a -ae -itiveue-' t, I r'ip .:.- f in ti l il: a' o 's k i i i, : ; i-i-: i. "i '
Ti ''' rit r :.:t'i. bl !'< in, plitn t -;. : ; ,;' h! l' l f in pf c:.u i. .' : -- .- i.. ,I I|, v ',v i ;
re : :i:ing h'i- s hr' i d tiet sas.-u-- erior to -.tlhi..- 1 :.t its w ie;: i.f r' ,:i ,. a tj ii .' *':( ,' :.

ini i.. in..'- Ail s- .'h :.I T'e r. sho ld ta ,. ir .. :' : i, i .- .- ., ..tii "iOi
m :,: :' tlh -,-,1v, fe-lt :"; -'i ],:.v..?- fo : e .-....; t.:, in c ,, ... i:, ii ,, .,;v :.t...,,i ; :
p n :-- :,11 ;l ,',t i1 .. .... i'i,*, ** ..... im -'itt; ii u;, i ': e F.i.- ... ',_. :: .:.,j;. -' i ; ,n.,, ..,- h ilt ii ..'
foui:'.i::tio:'n of itlli,- weltfie-. A te-.v it'-i-:: re;in i :s I ila.,-:' !. .-i t r' i iii o h.b .' i ti., e a, dt- a .it
ai ", 1 -A.v I:- th *:i--' c "1 .I !Ili I i\ i i ;. .-t *, l...L ri.-t I1 % .'t .
ty ..rr ,t,:.'' di-p,_-,d to rill: c0lt -a'itr tl r.:nl. to i.'], is '. **, -, : u ti.ii, r.i :i." ,e .'. uiet 'i n
e 'Et,-" i.,:iti-ntlyv unIl iiiu' tely I. nto i.;.it-1- i .pl-.- ,,i exhibits."
m ,l :,, W r. t:.,v- tlit 1-. parn'nt- n,, t-n ., l ,trto .i ,, ,,,n if... .l h, I, clth
dcivr ie th:- w ,ork wi th ,-.i ,-.r urrtm e ro nus a ,ii;.- t in.1 ,i t I ,i n.-:, |ns i-i s T. in ;'t -.n--rs
in l.i s w e r e j -ile _fo r i w e r e .ill y- 1 o t t l I 'l i'ri 0
di i e; eit nc. onr ; -' g ertitanou *,,'i:L f o In ti e' M ;,r-,:ill cs n. ti,:i .! ith-,,.:n'- ;., .: ,,i-
dan;.mts tiiiere in.,-. ,- rt. i-

iin c,.py the .priecedint:r. -la ..s ,a t1 lt x tiiremie i'i;. t,;t ,.- .1 IalI e '.e cauiit!i-
Ti; nuivers:e is chsrru e witi, thi-e Oili.':-, ...r -ih: i- ,la- r i ...i1 th 5 c.e -;al-t \V' o, !;iigiA ,.nli.
imt K u ;- i*:,11.1: u:i.' t i n it S:i ., ''.. I t oi'i i'.' T,- -Lj i:' i ,i-. ir i- Ii l .n -
1-,,'. ]-. } :. x ,n -'Iv --..-.lec ti, d ,-. ;r 1,,- p a r-.r<- :'I 1 >..'/, U ',lr, ia 'i',: t:,.,- t [ ; .. .. r ,, :. t *i l l i : i,-
intt ti 't. it'.-, soci .-AVy, es ji:- ria:.., are fi 1-.' \.,I ,:.-,n.- ,...n i l: r_ .. :> r .' '...j -n.:i, --
tea-h., 'Tw keu ,.n-' (ie i: ,oi e tl i ,iniu,. :t' tii ,.l,:1 i. ; : :' i' I p .- i .;*\..r ,. ... .
There i-- uo ,ic:' hibig!' :-' ,Lan 1 r.,. '.,f :, :- .-:; pto ltter- itinin I., il I... t ,I .- i w't -- i '.:.. :
you th i ''r hlit -re i -S in-. t, i ,'- a i i;t so j" '" '. m :i "- I ht.t .r t o a vi. J-.,rit i i i-:' : ;i..S ( i,; .: .,M .i -ii
the ,tiir.i s.,ul .sd i.d r i -;-hainaie t r ..f ih.i T ir 'i[h e Glot.:" i'.'a- lI'nt .i fro :',a '-. t-'.-l.--
;.re pt 'r'nl wc t! their ,'hib.'en i- i., t -., *rgly L .rp uat L pF.iso-e .' :o -,v,:-i, i -N,.igor .
,-ontrol .:f on.:- iti wi.i w . tlr .:l, nL.t ,. :. t "-," S ro t o. n'i ci r't eI po ilL i ... : !, : n.
ein-,r ;n ld e i t ,, tie' tlr, wet.- t i,'t y t ,c.-;-t, pray rI n diur r a 'i .t-it.. ',i. i rvi"ce'. o, (t.-nbit .,
for tnal.inu- the-v x.oiild i.- br the :,i-" -t ri ii h .n er I,iock;..l : f,.- ,. '.i;th I. .i;,r,,- o,,n -.1 wvi .l.,:,uld co u..u ;l th.-n ', t!ir,.w ,;win so fow :.,rT ;nil mer-t. th.' ;t i tt .i.i vIe .
nit ], n;or,. y in pui .,: ing that .a-,,:.:, .: ,i ." I t, en i. tie st lot -s L. ;i, ve r,.,-,;ir-.,i :t;: ,,n i ;;tc e
au t .I h :, th .t dc ng inu every .i .ket. --ti.,, f,,.r ccninurQ ;es it.- str-:iteirlu i- r f .I i ..,,.. f.,i.. ,-
their cluidren. j of the iumpos-ibiliny oi co tnurtinciriii-g wI-it3 ;.
A.d, n,.w vwe- wil pea, 1 n,./.],...'. hitin : j lI pl.iceF or snpfI).
wli.-h iw e earcannot re' disp.-uss-.l wirl- i ',] r:.l .
puini-h' ,..r at pl...- n: t .is lain..- in alit t ill ,,ur I rT .. G o rre -r i-, ;- o tiroubl,. iLrort E,
..,_-,,l-l<: it tr.v I..- ne -es :rv. but ,itt u t 1.., ev 'v- i li hLV 0 riyop A t an a m y atn, n avy et,,.i:llu'or

p u;, t i- !. ve Som e s- c-,tv t. att h ,M,-I.> .-i hail a nue ", bn r, the .atl",; ai,: : .. It t eit-' "1
not ret ive- a blw ui n es inl:...ted L, M ieL,.i ,N-t Ithat there will i.p a fA.ilM i P ,fs pr.ii, IFr- i 'l ,. r. y,
i ie- : ui l inc -,ie: a ,ndi t e be.-c ity f... dais is. M a ,nch, .i tA.i.'n, l io lip ieti lr it i t nt t,.i-;.nlt l.o.-
in th.: in,p cv:. ..h ra:,:te of th in...ii :.:t,.i (-.- r *'l ea,,s th- riirl:. are t alr i- t i L. e t.r' e- t. l i ir
laws iave expunged whippi lug ifom 1I:- p..-il re 1onircF. Th.:- gre.oe t ianvi-ty ,e .i, r .,c ; 1l-
.,-,,l.. ind the i.!o: -n is xem t itu l tt,i- i.!i.ui : i,; te it Ufu' pr,!i,-y but l..:.w ro.riny hoy n ar- Abie.i 'e. to w!iilpi-.r, :-i M de Le scps cloe-.! bis L' *'L-t e u -I ihO" .-o: ionnu.
the- .--rs pe .:ft a ..i..h!iolirma-.I:r A boiy v.- s. -i i. f iL-t- tartd .,a, with an an '-iic nt iili ho exira teri:nc;- in
or .-ix r Louis sit.s under' i : i p:eiit cnr, p,.i- ,'A n- .Ii Ie .-\ne-rici.. H e s..i-l IL:.t c A 1::- h- riri:,. .-xp!itdin
ucnjuist teacher, i-s learnin: he 's..,|:,L|s of h. ilm in--a'nity. Y th' t he a.teld,' n lin er ia ce":'fiii c.i iQ th- io M V t -
har,.-li-'t, d .e.., ain.! injuit.-ti X -, ri,,. ,ry I. "., '- m ntil to I' ol ml:a t :t nt' t r ner .a : n i.4 !y-
plis t:nments- that en itle-d th.- Er..'ll-h T .r,'-sii i I tiii c to ,., w in it ..i ;4 i !. 1 the ii-tr agemit-n
et, Ly i0-:- bad i. ie-erinece' ro f .ii i- ti.' woit woualdl Ist with wl..s'.*vir chose i becuieo sh.:ire--
n .-i-ts r-, in th- \ .'..'.t ui,. \' th ]i..K' -'x" tfi ..f b' d' i., :. l ip i:n':i, t'id il :i : ul poi i, :rA, l t at: i l
th'- Drtih. ;-;!i,, iiO,l.XiI frani c.s of ,rilh c:" iplio .:ed.e r- a In L.ii
... iip .A.l'ri-ric(?. Th e canal, he .-is l, It uli: be built by
,,. ,T f Fr; wil'i allu c .-opt-i-tu o! FA,! L ^.1 .
'i !':! Sr. Oo':tu ;tu T,';;f.' t .L The fi. .,.1-x c I' i, 11 .- w t at- i .
tistt.. in connection wiiir thin e tmnrin ion r fl ihn,. S '. T e n aval pow, r of R n, sit iis th Ea,' iAs daily
Go;th ; d '1'..nii-i uill I.t- of intl in. n to 1u rcc:.I; !i : inert' e uing with no un:ne;r- urt' I si [.I ''"*, NavIal
Tlhe ittal I nglit of the lunnic-l i.s -14, it. Ir -o r di l-.- aI t \ ladi.-kic ock i t in i -.e rti.ri 'ly :..andon.:inl
112 lft t ro i .n e th .n 't iil< I. wiI'.L W t. i,.e- wu- n L. :n,:ore sni:h'ul' p,.rt i,- op -ledli 'to her )ibcrl..n
iree, *'i 21 fect. T1le un. -i !i.n; i n,-4 an!uiied Fic -. The i .-lIo .l nf Sghali-:n :- to i n- made .
for its execution seven )-eais hn i vT.-' nW n:r.-. s --(,tl"r it-val slatioa, iS3.iit" -oni-rvie b-;oi:, -et' tbe'- itn
rind a hait yoni- es Il..m.n il., tlime trta k.a Ciiomi- grr:.t, -lurtibers to cirlny ou: INte tn eW b-ejary oiiT-,
ple'i: the Mont Censrt T: nnel. 'Th-: avr ra,- daily .Wd :1 3 Sh' eian Fleet i i o Lce d(oub,i1 tire ships
progress Was., : .n~.I re-, 0: 1S fit' E. Ti a numl or of ,vaI ha:i.igjut-t been ippicp.iait d for th:N plir-
of bhei-s boh:d 1 amounned to 32ii,f,,i. iand 4'."i,0tio: Tpos-. The ivolnr.teer tret. is also moving in that
kiloprani:mts of dynamite were usi. in blaLinug; direction,b thri,. we l'cii(ve, bing arh'eadx oi, the
1,650,00C: drills were c..rsuinei, and 1,4L0.AiW10 ,attC spot. Jt looks as though there were warm 'ork in
loaded of debris were taken out I om th-: bowels of store f'r somebody, and the qucutiou is, whether we
the mc.uL.ain.-No/ue, shall be altogether oui of it.


H. M. S. Terror, Capt. J. Moresby, who has been
awarded the captain's good-service pension, enter,
ed the Navy in 1842, and was a naval cadet on
board the America on the Mediterranean sta.tion.
He attained the rank of mate March 15, 1819, and
served in the E.celVent from Nov. following until
appointed, Dec. 1S50, to the At-.philrite. On July
2, 1851, he was promoted to lieut.. and was ap-
point additional in hi? Portlfaon, flagship of his
father, in the Pacific. but on Septr. 2,1 following
rnmored into the T7h,.*,;s. on the same station, until
paid off in 15-I. On March 0 or that wpar was
appr-inte? t't the Dr.:, r, in tbe Baltic, hereee he
removed into the rC-.@ or. and on Feb. ., 1.55. was
tranerre. I to t H 1ern an-l was pi. oft at t(lie
clIse o6f Th3, Ru-ian War. He was flag.-lieult. to
Si Hfon i D. r'T --dp, K.C.B at. Queenstowo, from
April 1 1850, until promoted to commander. Deer.
11, 1859: commnsnmhld theSaaie on the East Indies
station from II1 :'"l il paid off in 186:3: and the
..7's5 on hob East. I"':-' st. ion from Novr., 18:;,,
until posted, Novr. 2';. 1.-4. While in command
of the latter ship hi- was highly spoken of by Sir
A; L. uyser, in bis rofliial des, tr h-, fo tohe zeal
and activity he display 1d durir:n, th. oCppr.tLions in
iheo S:tra.i.s of sini',no f'eki, Jp t:,. i,' e'eptr., 1864.
He w'va also instrumental by hii- judliciurs m-ai-,
aEemrent. w hhn in command of ohr t4Ar/as, in to oin,
rff the Persc -s. and aplp,;ently wvitbout. damage, on
the 7th or that inonth, she having on the day be-
fore, v.bilst covering thr landing no,. he morning
of I.hat day, b._en driven on shore by a strong eildy
of itn current, and, resisting all efforts to acet her
off, she remained fast until midnui~ht of the 7tb.
In Jan. 1S71 lie commissioned the Basilisk -'.t Shoer-
n, and left Enghind an the .ollowintg mountb.
TI -. EasiliLk discovered several neow .iarlis here-
tofere suppo:,se to be part of New Guinea, and
Capt. Moresby, as usual! in such cases, hoisted
the Nationr-I fla;. He also discovered severe: lint-
h-nrbours Oai July 1, 1.374, she reTurn.-!l to Singa-
pore, having success.ullv c.":mple'...i t st Iv,-v ..bich
will consi r;abl alter Lhe figurati,i; of !,,. N.i
Guinea coa-t t., uow givrc on the c-bartr, for 'iut
only haro 'ekpposed stiaighbs been found to the
bays, but suppos'--d lays: have beenc discovered to
the Osraits: while '-t ....t which wata th:ughlt to be
mai;n ia;d, turnsut to: be an Island. Tic i;asuiisk
rurindc. to England anad was paid off at ihe close
of 1871- He arftrit-rard c e.iTinu'sel the EnJy-
miori, 2'2, CoaiIt;;ua;d ship i; the river Humner,
hfm Sep;ember 1870; until March. 1878.

A Ithe meeting ofthe PI ivy i'nuai:-il onI the :0tth'
L;-.r.J John ";an,:.( i, ~1r. .-.kA inilon lt'rjss anid Sir
Slaff,,ru'- Nor.i;.o- C wv>e, e i v-es;,.,i v ii i hri- Or,'ier oF
L i .. t.,h and Lii ti Cranoiook, i ,tih I .Stiar of
1 ':.-% i -. r. i-.:thwiuk ;as kriii h e.', au.! ,\Ir. H-:.
S. Northcote, reci'Lier elect for Exeter, w :is cre-ded
S ., ..:, pan ,,;i a i ', ;e Lath.
T a':, Q(u- i: ba- aponnirip Id h Ro-. John Ci'harles
Rv.: Ei. hi cf h -,'I !v c c :-f!:,tte; See oF' Liv-

AE N .d:.Ai IFor.L':,PN H'i-s -The second edi-
lio: .NA thi' : iD'Aili v Ws" l,_nt;ai trk.r;tam
Sf:t, ''.* u' which :.-y :-.- Th"bo SI-uZ;rri? har-e
S-!i..!red :cbl7oi. The pnpt -i ameer. M.u-n. -i K1han,
hb., :, ci;- ied ck by r.iay j "a's
"Iotf t. T o. :rincipc I Kobt i-r ebi-hef have
2 "i 0 .' ; *"qablt n to m.a. ke !hePt- subm .i "ri b"a r.-, is
t:, of,- .ition to ts i i M"aiden. centralal Stewart
'houTed rebd C huznei! on T'uesday 'vs ;-do''I." A'
i:sfa t.L t.' the 1. St..rn>ial," d '-.i :.-I, :ar, Apiil
15. rcceiv,?d by i i'. w.v o, C'a,;dchar. S.- -'- a-
SCliff [r, reports on tih aunthoritv of ra native spy
th it ";, Wit) S'IeiraIan Khes ha.iis j )ineil S;i-r-:an.n
I Th force of Sher-;an now amraounts to 12,000 men.
S'-:vertr '-l'ieft favor altackin. the British immedi-
atcly. Other chief advise postponement until
)!u-tl:i-i-Alum arrives with his G..0,ii spo.s. Ge-
n,'ral Hiiuhels' mon can see considerable masses of
1 P'nereit on tbc n'mch ;vit i banners flyin5." The
S- noirdI's I)nombay corro'iponileat says after
i cumniiica,tiion with Candahar n1-it b-.u restored
tiLe teiyiipb wires were cut a sen'ind time. There
i no eArl .l n er frim th,-i nu: i break of ithe trilbps
h. L't'. i iitin;an andil C(':an .l.ui, .S t,.e Ktkers

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var, andl bc cried tlhrounl the peninsal.. !dist?-ictts of
Trinity and Bonavista to the north; atn ,linat u l-'lacen-
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o I I, :''t;:,- F rI Ei si,.r- 'th.- io 'e Je ..'a e.
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