' ‘saving, indeed, the probability of the French Minister's losing;
THE CITIZEN, SATURD Y, JANUARY 21,
Negotiations are pending between Sweden and Denmark, hav-
ing for their object the oonclnsion of a league offensive and defen-
, sexnbly. and at present a refugee in Jersey, has received a pension
cs. sive betwom the two St
oeo imr. ,
’ e greater portion of the lirst page of the Paris Joutnal J42:
Dlbazs is filled with a notice of the rnessaae of the President of
the United States,but it is chiclly an or-uiyvis. in concluding,
the Dibals ea s: ' ' . '
There is nothing but what is reassuring in tlxne message of the r
President of the United States, and if in severe respects the ma- - - -
jority of the Congress can act of themselves, in spite of the wish "f;:';";‘,‘5;;j :"f;j2,‘,’""
of the Presldentj this iznportant circumstance of American politics ‘Minus but was wmm
must not be rurroucn-that in everytllinag which relates to foreign Even“ I
action, the President is
‘HIE RELIGIOUS TROUILES IN BADEN.
rawn by the Regent, in the hope that thoy
roll: by the indulgence. The V a era are convoked to
meet January 9th. Austrian mediation is spoken of in the lcsuit
uarrel. 7 .
There does not, however, seem to be much chance, in the present
condition of European affairs, that the civil authorities will succeed
in crushitl the Jesuits. In fact, this is only a portion of a deeply‘
laid scheme for extending the clergy
The Conatititlionriel alsoidevotes a leruevspace to an analysis of in ml“? Gama" P’l“CiP‘ml“' Wllew me" i’ “ disumfled lnixe
the message, but has nothing of the slightest interest in the way ::,::i,,:'c,31;l;leoc:l:lf:,:,‘:?'I],',:‘]’it,i‘;eall zgltonay and me P
“T '-'“m""- ' ' therefore cvrry probibility Dfa complete success.
0 I 3 12 It
Pierce should persevere in the disposition set forth in the mes-
’ V INDlA AND CHINA.
Tilt: AMERICAN connrssroxen mo vrcr: CONSVI. ix nllrzu.
Details of news by the Overland Indian and China Mail are at
hand. , Bombay dates are to November 28. i -
The news from India is of little interest. ‘There is scarcity in
the northorn districts of the Madras Presidency, owing to want of
min. Cholera in Bombay was decreasing. Trade was not very
brisk; money market ui
A royal decree, published in the Gazette of Dec. 18, gives the
force of law to the Ministerial Budget, although it had not been
sanctroncdb the Cortes. - , . . n
A trarncnrlous gale was cxpr-ricnccrl, Dee. lsth, along the coasts
of Spain and Portugal. At C.ldiz,tlie American ship Emblico,
which soizcil Dec. 10, for Boston, with a.cargo or salt, put back
on the 12th, so leaky that tbry had to run hor ashore. at
m;‘,‘:fa'f;0‘;3u‘;’ gl‘fP,1,;"g‘;g‘f,lAla',’i$”,‘;?,j‘s",,',,jlgf,,‘,;,a.“” "' "’ ”"l”“g“ Dates rroui Shnnghac, China, are to thc 2d or November. There
Gcricrul Wanucl Oribe ex-Prcsidentufthc republic or Uruvuoy W“ In new feature tn term in a war Constant Fla?-tins We
arrived at Ilarcclona Del: "lath in thc spunich friozite Rest-aura: ' " WW“ 0" el”‘" 3“9- The l'“P“i3“5‘5
. . . . g .
cion, coming from Montevideo. - r , . 3 v
The Suulr? duels continue to be the great topic of conversation
o. o n
. , 5 ,
and gossip. There Is nothing new, however, as relates to the facts, “MI mm“
[lost of junks was elso coming, and unless the insurg
rlnfomemonts it is doubtful if they will be able to hold the city.
calf. rlt the lust accounts, it was feared that M. or Turgot will EX-Tnbum Sannlna 15 short of fnndvr and he had some -1-flirnlty
heleft, at all events, one leg to stand on; amputution was talked
of. some rumor or‘ a uni, growing out of the lw‘o others, was
likely to lnlro plucc bctvvccri Mr. Pcrry. U. s. Secretary or lega-
' lion; and the French Consul at Santander. ‘ - .
nrm followers on the nt-ulra roun . .
A ccrrccporulcnt of the London rim says ;..u The proceed-
ings ofthe Arncrican Commissioner urul the American Vice-C
slll, as regards neutrality, are considered somewhat equivocal, and
PORTUGAL.‘ . , l >
. speech or This semen-r To run CIIAIIBI-‘.89. .
The Portuguese Cortes assembled at St.-Bento on the 19th De-
eombor,Io record the King agent‘: reiteration of is h of
office. ‘ 9 young king,. rllro V., was also present, with his
brother, Don Luiz, as Constable of the Kingdom. The King Ito-
gent’: speech was after the following fashion :- I V
Waillly-PCZYS of tile Realm, Slildldfl and Deptllics-
My sincere and anxious care will ever be to promote, in all ro-
epects. the happiness or the subjects or Don Pedro v., at whose
side you now see me. During the short time that intervenes be-
fore he attains his majority, my every cli‘ort will be exerted to give
him the lessons ofa father and the advice ofa friend, that he may
rhily become more worthy to new the glorious throne of his
august zmerswrs. I will not cease to remind him of the eminent
‘ is :1. lg st mother, and of his iulnlorlal gnndlnlhcr,
Sahur Don Pedro IV. Meanwhile, conliding in the favor of God,‘
and in the etiieient cooperation of the national representatives, I
hope to deliver the kingdom to ll-is Majesty the l(ing, my august ‘
the enjoyment otpcrrcct pocco. of tts precious liberties, and A, W,“
in the azlvanccment of those industrial and as‘lm1nistra[iv>' improve-
ments so nu-cessary for the prospsrhy and contentment of all For-
to ese eilizi-ns. v ‘ ' ' ‘
The Iggislatllre was to continue in session till the r-nil of the
year, in en 3 new session would be opened, Janna 2, with a
speech from the throne. There was a rvport that Al. Fimueed lla-
galhaenll would retire from the ministry, but it would not change
the administration. V. ' " ' > -
en , an were
excitement. 'The IlritishCons‘.il has intimated that no more duties
will be paid by British traders till the cit is again under Tartar
swa . On the other hand, Mr. Marshall insists on payment in
silver against which the American merchants have vehemently
protested. , i ’ l
- Of the progress of the insurrection in the h'orth we have no
reliable urcounts. - ’
. mgpo I quiet. Amoy November btll, was expected to lie
speedily rt-taken by the Itnperla - v.
Canton vi-mnined uiet. Trade in imports was languid, and the
late improvement in am: and sllirtingv was not niaintainol]. Ex-
w scarce. At Slt:ll'II=rll.’:F,
shipments or ((13 u are active; in imports lillln doing. Exchallge
on Envvlarld r. . . . . . . l
'ilIl‘.elll.'t1’Sllarll was at Macao, uvvaiting the rrnvol or his sus-
,, . .
mpoa, ll, ships of war Macedonia, rllissivsippi, Pow.
hatan and supply ; at lliacao, storvship Southampton : at (hrlnsiug
Moon, Vamlulia; and at Sllanglllie, Saratogm, - '
STILL LATER, BY THE EUROPA. ‘
The Cunard Mall Steamer Europa, from lliverpnul, irbout
lo A. it., Saturday, fllst Doc., arrived at her winirr, in Jersoy City,
at 9 A. M., Monday, bringing two days later news than by the
Baltic. ' ' V '
. - rriusslri. ‘ t
The feeling here (says is Berlin correspondent of the 23d ult.) is
that the last news from Persia would compel our Ministry to take
active measures, to which they would he the more impelled by the
. , THE VVAR IN’ ASlA." i
,- The advices brought by the rorrign nevvspapors develop nothing
of imponurivc. From-the ihcutrr of the Russo-Turkish drelna,
we have no further news, saving in the t.‘D!T('3pOlIlll‘1)(‘E of the
London lllonrlny Cllronirle frum Tidis, tho urilcr or u lllcli would
lead us to believe that the good news received from Asia was
without foundation. Ho states, that the Turkish prospects in the
East, judging rrcm his octr,.urc not promising. “'9 cannot,
howcvcr, plane implicit cooliacncc in the Writer. Under date of
Tiflis, 6th l)cc., he writes: ; - V ‘ .
Prince lzrboutoiru victory over rho srrashicr Abdi Pasha was
the must concirlcmhlc affair which has yet tolrro place between the
disarming in - nce the expected attack or their late collcrguc.
Others, lluvl ever, profess to see in the entry ofthe two tle--ts into the
Black Suit, only the intervention oftwo heralds iuihc lists tor the
purpose orhcoping the combatants asunder, while the umpires
settle the point in dispute by some loss warlike ordeal than that of
arms. I ‘ ,.
The asccrtauied fact, that the squadron at sinope Wits not and
had not been engaged in any operations ngamst the Ilusslan ‘tor-
ritory (and which it is evidontdwas lrripown to‘ the Ros;-tan Bllmlttral)
Ti lLi’hI. ' ' revlous tot eex in ion ‘ ,
:.t:i:l;‘:;.i.‘l‘.i‘':....::..: .;:.:.i.i.2.’.:... .. .. ...,.,..,.l’......i .... ......,. ...ur.... in
' ' l ' l , th att m t rnazle on the at Alexandropol and as soon as he cou cu cat a eutllcient
lille ;0‘t)'?f1l‘-xislllhelitftlllrlfoll the dghthrnk of the force, he ru.-ircl.c'vl to httstk him; hilt the Seraskler ratrcutca to
Danube, opposite Braila added to thelate arrangement with P'rr- ls ow-n e rv e a g ‘ , , V
air, show convincingly that ‘the Russian protcssaflons ogregtsicz N am- At lvnnth the -‘Masher
ing hi-r operations to defensive measures were c uslve, n ‘ V V 4
r - . t .1 p . . . l e of l3crch.1<uti,lr.1.ur., Ablli Pasha
“ " '“'T“""’ “’ “"7 “ml ‘M’ 'l‘‘’ ‘‘."“l’'“' “W” ziiooo regular infantry, bsgirlcu xnililia, uml l(;;00l‘)) cuvigry, and
‘ ’: rorty.svc guns. Bebauto attacked him Wll a out ulr the
. SVVEDEN. number, stunned his camp, and took tents, bagcratve, ammunition
srccthclin ii in . great. state of crc-ilement to-day (Den 11). provisions, and twenty-four c.-innori, The locr"cr‘.’hctlr sides vvul
caused by the arrival of: Russian courie ' h a note cru-nmand- Very severe. The Turkish artillery was ailnllmbly served, and the
ins Sweden to close her lnm to English and Fmch "‘-ml‘ and 'artillerymen were killed at their guru, and mail I olltical refugees
rutxccir. I can scarcely believe that it is true (says i corrcspom were amongst t om. The Serrtslticr Hod prwplmtvly. and part of
, dent). but that i note Dfimportangg ha, arrived is quite true, and Jun army has disbanded ilsclr. ’ . ,
Russia is determined, either by Ihfgag op flung;-y, to get Sweden - The ussians have, in twelve days, defeated the tlvo largest
0!! I181’ 335?. and the Swedes are in great excitement about it. The [9175 dlarmic of the ur , and taken thirty:-‘nine cann n. Th
royal family is greatly in favor or R ,' 1; Hi ton to a man I rt of the im orial force has consist in every instance,
is against er. it is no rccrct berizmllilaai liuruieonii inahing roorl ,,“,"8L.Prfo,i.in regulars? and militia; and the cdnman m in.chirr
mom prnvaminns forwar-nlihvnzh everylhino is kept as cocrrt ai v e eoltszians-viz, Prinrra Behouto ml a d
,ns possible. She has " '
no “ v "
‘ already one or two screw l.lnc-of-battle Arsiilronikofl’. ‘ This fact shows the complete success of the
ships, and is naW’cnnvertin others or first ,3 poor,-ihlc. Since Qnliryhtenell policy or Prince Woronzow. who as o.lu-uys trcoled
Russia has had Finland. lllle has sailors equal to nny in the world, rho Ecveoraians with marked conliilrnce. and placed tlI('tn in the
with the sole exception. of the Anglo Saxon new so that next hiryhesl PZSCS, the elTect of which is that they now nppvrtr to be
ruinrocr, the gcrrrr.-ll opinion here ir, rhot Russia, to’ say the least Jrcctly staunch to him. ,
of it. will aster-lish Englan and France, and put those powers to F general result of the campaign in Asia has been unfavora-
‘i"“‘::.::::,:“:i.::‘:!.::',:.zri “ii if“ hle=one'nn-t v T
itiriamri the court of Percir, pus Dost lvIah:I.nendrie:‘3Ib;e3r“sIi)deE.n.g- At the aispawh is f0“"d“‘ "P0" “'9 ",‘P“" “f G.” ””""“'?”l
The King orsweacn has invited the Diet to nominate a small 1 we cannot look upon the facts as authentic. Even in the Russian
"umbl" oh" member‘ Possessing in mm‘; ""“fld""‘- l" ‘ham counts there is en indium evidence of the desperatc valor of the
as slecrctcommittee thegovernmentnlayniekean im artantc ac ' - ,1 1 ,1 [area that the publishinrr of all the
rnunieation. It is believed that the government will as to b’ Turks. ‘I! M059 991’! ‘fl’ h d f M Ruszim Th‘
some momentous facts oonnected with forelgri affairs tothe hrgw. informollon we receive II In the I an it o . r .
' ' ‘ ' " news department ” is completely In their hands.
edge of the Diet. 7
...c-vx-.a.> ‘ ' r...
with the British Consul in consequence of presenting himselfwith w
rrn-orzmlso or rlelsorterxmvs. ‘
Intelligence has been received from Constantinople that the last
note of the 'enna Conference has been accepted it the Pom.
‘n that document were submitted to the
brings ncuv of z
adds, that if Russia still main in . 4
tiate, and continues hostilities as at Si:-lope, the Powers will, with-
out delay, assume “ the auiludo of energy that becomes them."
. This seems plain and manly speaking‘; but remembering the "
“ attitude of energy" assumed by the English and French deets in
the late disasters, wo are sorry that the Vienna dispatch does not’
prescribe more definitely the exact “attitude” which may “be-, ,
come" sulvh quasi" allies of the outraged Turk. By dispatches to
the London Daily News, we learn that while he accepts the advice
of the Four Powers, “ The Park: refuses to come again under the
obligations arising out of the treaties w 'c ussia has first
abused and then broken ; and, while proclaiming that policy, no less
than duty, demands the me‘ even the extension o
the rights with which the Sultan has at various times invested his
Christian subjects, declares that, driven to defend its very existence
with the sword, the Port: will not exist for ought less than full
sovereignty within its own dominions." . ‘
Evacuation or War! Brave Turk!
3 Ch ll. Tile Forte will not renew the broken treaties of
Kainardji and Adrienople, and sticks to his original demand of the ‘
evacuation of the Principalities. This does not much resemble
peace. ’ ' I i ‘
, . I xosiolzs mo DI-2’t‘AIl.s or rlrs wan. v V
vnrcn the news of the disaster at Sinope reached Constant ino'p1e,
tlle excitement was intense. Crowds of persons accompanied the
familirs of the victims to the residence of tho Cspitan Pncha, on ‘
hom the blame was thrown of having sent so small a dcet to sea, ,
when it was known that the Russians were in force on the coast of
The clamors of the multitude reached the car oft e
apltan Pam n he deemed it prudent to conceal himself all
popular feeling bad subsided. ' . ‘
escape from ‘inope, is under trial ycourt martial, for having
’ my. There are several accounts
He actually speaketh like
nd lie in presence 0 t e enc
published oflhc battle, but they ll0 not eiircr from that published
-,, uv -
llr: Cl-rrzcn,” nor do they disclose any circumstances with
which our readers are not already acquaint .
, W en, it was surmised,
Kalafat would he attacked. bVhl-never the attack does take place.
tho llaitlo will he terrible. The Turks have A world-wide fame as
defenders of fortified positions, and tho entrenchments at Kalafal
are acknowledged by all who have seen them to e of exceeding
strength, and Ci)llSll't2l‘IPtl with great engineering 5 -' .
Private letters mention-but as no public dispatch has confirmed
it, it may not be trutn-that ll fire-ship was seized floating down
the Bosphnrun, having been sent by the Russians to burn the
cots. The story is probably a notion. n >
A letter rrcm Aleppo, of November 19, states, that the Arabs of
the Desert have levied s. corps of 5.000 men to aid the Sultan.
‘ho citizens ot'Alappo had fomml a regiment nfvolunteer cavalry, - ‘
consisting of 1,200 men, completely equipped, and commanded by
Ashrn.-t ‘itlrc.-uli, an experienced ollicer, who has also served
agzlillst the Russians. The Rusbialn arm in the Caucasus has
been rcinrurr-cu by lift:-cn regiments oi'Cossacl;s crtlrc Don, under '
the command of General Krcchatik ‘.
The Paris Cmlslimllmttwl contradicts lhe late rumor of dissen-
sions between Britain and Fmrlce, w is , it was asserted, had
paralysml the action of the flocts in the Bosphorus. T e A
hassadors of France and Enrvlzlnd (says the Cmulitalionncl) have
the same in.-lruclioru, and lholine of coruluct to be ad ptcd after
the battle of Sinops was mutually a reed upon by Lord ltedclitf
inn Gen. Buraguay ll‘i-lilliers.‘ The urcsi advices from Constanti-
rioplr loci-r it llollbtful whexllcr the allied deets have yet entered v
the Black Sea. Severe storms were rc orted, which may have
curves as an excuse tor the ilcco. remaining at their anchorage.
We linvo no accounts, however, that they have not entered. .
Eighty vessels are said to have been lost’in the storm. .A
letter from llnrilew states that a brigade of the 7th Russian divi-
attack Amollchda, an island in the e, were
in the marshes by the Tlirl-rs, snll suiilexsd sevore loss before they
could evtzicate thenlselvt-9. A dispatch mentions that he uesian
steamer Prutll, in passing down the Danube, set two Ttlrkish vil-
lages on fire with red hot shot. 'This brave. act, we su '
sot down as another Russian “viclo .” A Russian
was driven into the Bosphorus, Doc. 15, by stress of weather. Th
Turks have, however, taken provisional possession of it. ‘ ,
The Spanillh General Prim (who witnessed the fight) has pub-
lished an aer-aunt of the battle of Oltenitza. He alts in t e
highest temts of’ the Turkish courage and discipline, and throws
great rilliruleen Gortscllalro ' ' gl ii us bull lin. r ud-
ley Stuart is at Constantinople, ‘ a to persuade the Porte
to small a regiment of Poles for servic in:Europe. The supposi-
tion is, that iflhere were a band oftheir comrades ready to receive
them in the Turkish service, the desertion of Poles from the Rus-
sian army would be general. A private letter states that the lati-
firation of the treaty between the Czar and the Shah of Persia,
took place at St. Petersburg on so. 1 . e question of an er-
mistire was to be brought formally efore the Divan on the 22d
but it was not expected to be entertained. Certainly, the order to
fortify sixteen places on the coast of Aratolia. docs not look like
it. The latest accounts from the Principalities state that the mor-
tality among the Russkln troops had considerably increased. Gen. ' ,
Danenberg was advancing toward Lesser VVallachis. '
Tlls Prilwlm DECLARATION or VVAR.-Letters received at Con-
stantinople from Tcheran state that Count Simo ich, Wlw W” V
in ' rt 0 Persia. and is
If we can believe the news, the Persian forces W I
W3)’ ‘0 Bntg-lad. and also eoncelltrutinu at Slliralr 10 E‘""‘l “ll‘""l"
Idescent mm Bombay. The Shah is stated 10 ll“! Illimliml