THE CITIZEN, SATURDAY,‘ JANUARY 21,
Ml’. PERKINS said Ihe hicnila of Capt. lugralillm munt be gntldcd that then!
dissenting viiico in tha Ilnniio no to me rnpr-ioty of o pull
dinner in rorsouin urlln Kn A he dltlicull)‘ o genilovnofi
nnpport. rnere we end proprioiy in me oniiei-mion 1le ndinim
lire ntlllry nrriie seereiory lIr3l21lE, but more were points in iiie letter he could
not Issent in. For urpunel of commerce only, Iliclnwl or nniloiis linre reeog-
niied tlio rlneiple Hill in individual mu e re do ' iie slim lo
country my his but , tow ‘eh he owns
iipdgown in all iiiii sinnoriiies vvhi
- Icxinncc-una I
r domicile connected wiin eoiniriuroiiil
growing our of me duty of
to cammcrcc or pro rt
r. FIESTUN (wiiiri, ofhyi, ssid e beliavtd the cnniniiiue
Add rs iaiid piseed ihis resolution on the right grout -
. ii on n kind 0l'BIlnv
plsrroriii, which nil could support wiilionr being noiiiiiiiued to any puru-
Mr. min (dun. ),nl'N.Y., having iepimed ilie i-esolniiiin rroiii iiie cniiirnineo
on Foralgll Afl':ilrs,clmled the debate. ll. ivmied It t diiiilneily under-
.i -d' ' -
isiineiiy nnd nneqiinooniiy-ilinr lio pm d rile resolution or (us
eonirnniee lo iris on he inirod c on i o y ufthe lie was
in rnrororiiio reso ii ’iriii din eaniiniri
nose to c me to r a country, nnd Id
heir residence ; thirdly, tho rppmviii by congress orihe net or lligruhniri,
Ind the let ofnur government in sustalnln lngraliulli.
9 amen maul. at‘ r. ' s was vol-ud down without a division, and the
resoilriion vvns nduptcd by ycdu lit, the nnyis being only 9.
The Hiiiise iiien heljoumcd.
. Jan .!h.
The SPEAKEE lllid before Illa lluusr, ill rrply to the veisoluliail at the 2d nf
In u I moss: I from the President or the United sures, can-iinuulclrt
the letter ufthe Secretary oI'the NuV'y,aiid the orders In our nuv otiicers
rm: e in w’ ii t ycsr, issued in rclation to the pl-oreonou or Amer-icisu
' an the lilble and ordered to he printcd.
uusu resumed consideration of the rotuzlutiun repurtcdgeltcrduy from
‘ ' ling to print mteeii Xlltlllllln cc of the
by the present superintendent,
nniili be prinred in mynl oetnro roi-in, end not exceed four unri-
M .‘llAl'.‘It kl (whirl. of i'r., inoi-ed an amendment, providlliil for one hun-
dred thousand copies. He nnid mo cc iiiiii lnroi-nintion iiiid been collected nr
’ lion nnd n ii
pendiuin the inrgesr eii-eiilnrion.
e therefore wislied ro give iriii pmposcd com-
Mr. cim-iiio (deni.i, or N. ii'.,;rrorn the cornniineo on iiio udieiniy, to
wnien ins eiiineei WIS rererred, reporied e oiu pro
on never re-
ads-“ Any wuiniin iniiri-led,
nrrie , in n citizen onrie uiiiied sieies, Iliall be dbetlwd niid
vllrgell or l:iigiiiin
iiuiersiiee. The nniiie esndirion on
nnoe, lend ll rnr ns tits attsc ii er-
lends, in every eivilined ooiiiiiry, protecting irio ohlldrul orriieir t1lll7]FCli4,VVl.l
out iirilis ooiinrry ’
insy iiippeii io beborll . in 1790, congieiie iiginlsie
ll minnied tlini oui
e second section of the bill
it provide who . I:
wile shall at once
it was I rcmnrllllble frict
untlgoniuni nirainiii the great principle or n
rurniist in pmleniin a meet o
h , ii s woiniin rniirried io n hririsii riinjeet
in cnllacrlel luwonien u suhiecr, Iliht stir may better understand her duties. an
‘IE: ht3ll'tl;::i‘t::rrpl:p‘d]snve3t‘ hcr children the principle! of the country in which
Vl-l-ll tdlm-), nfhlc-, mill, in hil Stain some llilllculty hid arisen fur
xigzsflllfll n lsw II Ihlt pr-Iposcd, rnd tlitluliuc iioped irio bill would lie enn-
Mr. Cvrrlxu I
Sllllletl, saying iiiio siilnoei iiiir reesnily utfrctcd iiie mind. of
be “mama “M ii ymlpilrtl t’l‘i1F'y":lei'a‘;n niepns - hxfhltll tliry ought in
obliged in pan IDPCHIJ sou orrelinriii cm ' m i we "r ‘ 9" H“ '5" been
soeni, inii which would iiiiye bee
In “yer. vi ‘me me in l'l“lI rrriin o
iniie - . - v -
and in which iie (Mr. curring) rind dirseieii .l“l1hJQ2oc[::
i'.':”.“'“'l1iT;"lll'.:“l?$“,i‘;‘$;J‘$.l1I.Z’.:’$l'"9 M--I r--vim mm-
lioiiieviim now in act ii ii ii. d"' “ “”‘“‘‘ "‘ ' "‘l"““‘ “’ ‘‘'“
Mi, Div: fvlblll.) err... nu doiiimiis ilin iilil eli iilii i ' .
.i;r"itiii wnnle 'on ilie siiiie or me iznioii, In iiioei zthfr
rm blll p.iose.l, .i I i "W-2 Pl’l‘I‘i(llIl qltvltinu,
old. - r -
Mr. aiiisi. (drain, or ll!-i lnii;adiIr‘-;dr- rh:Irl.e(iv“iiieli ii on rori-i-red In llm cm...
- . ii ..
mined on Hlllllr] AIM”), T)! sun F'l:nl:[D.:LDf tltu ‘ miter! and pn.
nu (vvliig) nnm, oiti-red n resoiniion, nreniced by ii N
.. .....,'i .,r. piini tnlnlllltlwl ofhuttl lioones,ioinuiim""' ”
pmpocing iiia eppoi i p ncii
up n i nnir to ii lvillrumanlnl in reneiiin; iiio pain g,.,.,‘"":,’
cm-orino FfllICIICOi Iidiinind
siosiniiiiip s n -, ,
Mr. MCUUIIDAI. (deiii.i, ixcnt, Introduced I hill iirimdiniri-iriiien-....q ,,,,.,
ediiiu beiwcen New viirii. sin Fr-sncieeo end DN[0l’I, iiiiii nerweeii ls...
OI-team, San Francisco end Orrgnn. xirm-ed io ino coiniriiiiio mi l-iiox
1!‘:-nlsoililruduecd n bill in esioiiunii nllne or niilivdry pom riir npenlnx ii
.....i....... i.....i .
riiiiii tlia vnuey oriiie liii-rieiiiripi to tie niiy in sin ri-iineieen.
Mr. Gllltr SMITH offered I l"El0lllIlt'll1,tlIul Ill thl nleniherl ufllle human
mil riotwillilinnding Ill rnryeiiseinienis, rim si ell lirneo. nd under
all eiroiiineis ca‘ or-lg to osoii much in in llg n Iir,hnd siliie
t oi Ill i re nientiii onlyiorrgu uirtie oeeiipniion nflhepuldllc
is ii oils on the principle iliiii me great rigiiis Dftha mil iniiiigqunl, intro
renr Inll viucred, as lire iieolr.
on inorinn oriiir. Hrrilsnn lLlt‘Il'i.)y orb’. 11., ilii- reeniiiliun iiiiii lelt on line
on motion nrltlr, wienrrnrin, it we
lzeioiived-'rniii rile coniiiiiiieii mi .‘lIl.ll
I llll rvitlililllnrl cxte
inn snip Three ueun, I0 iiie eoinnirndoru orilie bark Killi)’, oriius
ond ilie niiip Anlhrcllc, ofNcw Ynrlt ‘
wiiei lzirlslilliou ls Ilcccssary to prevent a rirniiiir eourne in (ii iiro.
on malinri or liir. Lvo.v (ind.i. or N Y., ilie rnilowlnr resolution who lent
to (no coniiiiiiiie an Foreign Allhl
Riiioliied-'rliiii are eenilinenre or niii Excellency riie rieeidi-iii, no not Birth
in run inniioui-iii ddioss, n (iecuiiilie rignin orerery Alllarlcln citlzzn in
any pan ofthc world to ma rotectian of die United States guvcrnmelit, and
is ’ 0 inici-riiirionni inw ennneiiited in ii on-i-on ii or
wniniin, nre hereby rcw(nlzed soil or-
uionoccuru riie eiinio nuglil in be ep-
seererery Mnrey me chcuiie
Ermed, Ind that whenever I .
plied and enforced.
The House concurred in the Senate’: ulncndmrnt to ihe reoolulinli providing
for the nppalntrnrul nflloint eonivniuee to inquire snd report in wirst [onn
' be uioet ap-
cuilrngeuul men who were lilo
anrh so ninn rzilizens.
e reroiiiliona expressing the heartfelt
and p vi nr rnr mudiiis loin? iiresente l
n Milillary Alfli
I’. WRBKCS (d:l.n.), o u
iiisiiiis or Congress in iiio rein. rs.
tlltm. ReD:I'l’ul to the Committee 0
Central America dud Britinh Protection.
Gen. Cass deserves well of his country for the masterly exposo
he has given, in the United States Senate, of Bri ait and
British cncraaclilncnts, in relation to Central America. it‘: pub-
lish an abridgucrit of his speech in our present number, and re-
gret that our space will not pennit its inacrtiori complete-feeling,
as we do, that every word of it ought to be diligently studied by
all who takc an interest in the welfare and prosperity of this my
public. Mr. Clayton, in his reply, may have vindicated the wis-
dom and propriety of his nation in this matter, when Secretary of
State, to his own satisfaction, and the satisfaction of his friends,
and even the public at large may not feel disshtislied; though we
caruiot help thinking that, in dealing with so unscrupulous a
Power, a little more precision was necessary. But the Senator
from Delaware has not disturbed the main facts in the statement
of the Senator from Michigan; and, if these remain uncontrovcrt-
ed, their importance will be admitted by all. ll‘: rejoice to per-
ceive that, however these Senators may dill":-r on.miuor pointI,tliey
agree upon the necessity of insisting that the trcaty,the whole
treaty, and nothing but the‘ treaty, shall be fulfilled in the letter
and in the spirit thereof. In the conclusion of his observations, on
Monday, not only did Mr. Clayton come tip to the lliurk, but he
went beyond Geri. Can himself in sustaining the honor of the
country. He boldly flung down this gullnt-lat. “ill the treaty-
breallirig John Bull take it upl Weullalil probably advert to this
subject nlorc at length next week.
The War in Europe had tho German Commission.
At the semi monthly rnei-ling of the Universal Democratic Re-
puhlicans, ll(‘lL.l in the Stuyvesant Institute, the following letter
was read from the German Commission:
Ta [M German: in America :-The riewl lli-ought to these
x!ll0I'Cl by each successive steamer from Europe, provu that the
hour ofinallrrection in near ; tliercfore, the Rrfugeu must organ-
izo and hold themselves in readiness.
At a luau meeting held Nov. 9, 1853, u Commission was elm‘!-
ed for the urpaae of organization ; and that Couiminsioii, finding
unoccupicd) uint diilleult position whii-li it was rsqueiilml to take.
now call u n the German triligratian in America to acknowledge
them all the centre in all matters re ardiilg t at a air.
'1' e Comliiission has adopted the following plulfurin an the
basis of its opt-ralions:
“'0 recognize the solidarity of all revolutionary iuli-rests, our
first o jcct 4-lug, however, the deliverance of Cid-rmniiy from its
political tliraldolu, without our presilmin to decide by anticipa-
tion other uccondliry ob'ccta. We expect that the people of Ger-
many will themselves ocirle upon their future political system,
and we place onm-lvcs at the disposition of the Revolutionary Go-
' rcvcrit any misrcprescntation, vvc declare explicitly thut we
are entirely free from any prejudice in favor of any shade of R
blicanism, an at our whole encrycn shall be devoted to ad-
vance the intervals of the common cau c. .
The husinrss of the Commission is entirely limited to America.
The leader of the patriots shall ho elected by ballot, .-ind wlioeiei
intends to dz-part, ust accept that place or charge for “ liicli, by
Eh?! vote of his fclloiv-citizens, he ilhdll ltc dcsigviatad as best quali-
The iilc.-in ll lie collected by voluntary colllrllru-
lions (for w h ii receipt will be given), to be rcimhuroel b the
Revolutionar Govenimcnt, though for the mode and time ofythis,
the Coniinis on cannot assume any responsibility.
ration of ' to remain cxclulllvcly in Lhe
hands ofthc Finance Cunimittees,to be elected at mass meetings of
the contributors in the dillbrcnt cities and towns-that in New
York to be the Central Committee. - '
Should news arrive rolri Europe making it advisable to retard
the proposed departure, the funds will lie reserved for use ht tho
This Commission, in connection with the Finance Callimitlcz-,
decides upon the propriety of the expenditure of mono 4. '
e rninisaioli does not believe it necessary to cuiiimencl: im-
mediately tho collection of funds, but intends to wait for udviccs
of 3 it rise’ "a r aractcr, and then to call mus incl-tings all
over the Uuion. All who can, in my purl. of the country, use-
ful in fnrwarding these projecbl. an requested to lend their names
and addresses to the Commission ‘
1V: expect that the patriotic, and eaprcially the German prcls.
will did us in our ri-son: task. -nd that iliry will further in every
way the can... .,lP.r,c Rfvolutian, wliieli ls tlid inriieiii of ini-
manity. v j
To our former rcvolutioliary romparlioniv we Irv. BI I.‘n:ni1r,u l
The approaching struggle between Liberty and Derpotisin will lie
revere-but it will ho the last, for it will only tcrniinato will: the
annihilation of and of the two opposing arid irrr.-concilabln princi-
CAP‘l'Al3‘ lsiiiiiiiiin iii lii.rxiiiiiiiii.-rlimii no true-hearted
pulriot in our country who will not read the following extract of a
letter from an officer of the United State: sloop of w x St. Louis,
dated Alexandria, Doc. 1, 1953, with emotions of national pride w
“ Our recc lion here Wal of the most grzlifyin character, owing
lie feelings of reupcct and uluiirdtion which the
niid vindicatioli iiy our goi-oriiineni, have iniipired throughout the
East. Two ulillc dCfl'iOItbll"iAil0B3 of respnct to that commander
to our c0ul]h‘y and iii iiii Bing, lisvo already inkeii lsee hcrc einoe
our arrival. The first was ill the form of a serenade on the tint
nminig; lilo iii-coiid iii the riienrie, to which we were invited, for
the express purpose, as we afterward: understood On first
occasion, Mr. Jones, l.-itc consul‘, brictiy return
crowd for the compliment. On the sci-and, the respect paid to
Ca lain lngnilinin and to tlie flag (one nrwliieli
. Upon the whole, the
so significant and so respectable in their chn.
ructer as to induce the mention of them.
RINBCTION or A UNITED Sum: Goivsun.-A letter from Genoa,
dated the 15th Decerilber, and published ill the Newark Daily Ad-
zicrliur, states that the govt-rrirllent of Turin has positively do-
cliricd to recognise Mr. Felix Foresti as United States Cunrul
Genoa. The letter says- “ It in alleged that be war med in
the Italian moi cilicnts in Now York, last is rin t tho Sar-
of the Foreign Olllcc at Turin was recently, and for mine years,
the Sardiniali Minister at “’ash.irlgloi'i, slid the stand tzkcn in re-
lation to the appointment iii, doubtless, the result of his Ill-"IStl'VIr
lion in the United Staten."
Tu: Errccr or Srlnrr Rlirrinal.-The ringing of the hell: on
Sunday evening last, about dusk, threw our town into u great
for‘h few be
caused the ow to , and re all the
ouser and ltarlia in the d 1- ion which till‘! wen last IPCD, wu
we ho r, at
cd away in umane
tlicre, arid would have frozm to death befoni ruorning. had they
remained lIT'l(liSl.Ill’lZlC(l.i1“llIlJ1lt‘x'll Inq., lllli.
Till: Loren‘: llcsixrs -Our friend, Col. Harper, who did the
cit good sen-iccu M V or (but whose porringera around the Park
fountain l-lit‘ not prove a pi-odtablc investment), in
and loves a joke in well as his dinner. “'2 ha
in the counting room of the “ Brother: " one day, when then on
lured I Ilet-ll-loollirig gentleman, with I airai ht collan-d cu
r-a:lt,alirl nbrond lirinimed drab hat. Ho vimc lawn I t
“Colonel.” “Ill Mr. Ha r in!” “ I'm ml: of them," laid the
ex-lruayor. “ “’rll, sir, my name is Uriah Cr. Ho kind.
to the Oneida Conference. l mu aiuinister of the gospel.
here on the ‘ “Tlle lllan who ntcndn to that
Lord’: burlillt-six," said the Culollcl, without moving a muscle, “in
out at result ; he will be in at two o'er In is war the um-
ple fart: all donations to charitable and religious societies bring
delegated to only one particular partner of the house.-Knizktr
borlirr lllugumne. ’
it to llliurxi.-,'l'lln “'ashillgton Uniml says: Mansig.
norc Bndini, Archbishop of Thebes and Apostolic huncio to the
B rri Tuesday morning, to
take leave of the President before leaving the United S
Morin. Bcdini “ml the bearrruf A lclter from Piu
presented by M. Bcdirii, immediately on his 1:-
rivul here in July last.
Slsacuit Follrlrlcirlox.-Near New London, 01., in I long
did rope-walk ntretchilig across elie llarhol‘. in die war or rm.
1 British Admiral cruilsed oil‘ New London. He could easily hive
entered and burned the town, and some time after was aiiliadwhy
he did not do it. He replied that he should have done ooiliad “ 1“
been for the formidable forl. W cm 1 cntlrcly commanded the
harbor. Wlial alarniciihim tn: the window hole: of the old rope
" ' ‘ ‘ill, in round nunilvcrx. eight hundred mile: of nilwa
irlizpgiiiiizril; nevi.-n hundred building: arid Eve hundrorl more in
the hands of organized companies, cvrry tins of which will doubt-
less mm“ in ,, kw gaps, bout two hundred and hf: ruilcl
will probably he added to the finished track during IS5-L ride:
as; we have nnniod, there are others projected, to the extent
ofpcrhap! one thousand miles or more. '
The Pliiladclpliia Luim furnishrs I rwavituiaiion or vuseln
built at that port durilig the past year, from which it appears there
were huilt tliiil '-one vessels, wnii in.
ioiiii. This is (‘ctnsiilcrnlily iii-low what liaiflieoii done in the iiiiiie
line in Baltililorc; the uunlller of vessel: built there, in 1853,
being em-only-aria, and the aggregate tonnage over l8,0l)0.
It appear! rroin iiir aesesriiii-nt ofthe property or this Stale for
that lll W ole value was two hundred and sixt -0
million: four llululrcd and ‘forty-three tliollsand flnr 11 re
llth-en dollars. hlI0“;“'l.'; an increaso over the assortment of I34!
S5-5,492,515. being nearly tliirty-iliice per cent. advance on
ilintralnalloll. ' ,
Pmfosuor llfirlllctfipwell-known to the render: of Sil.limori'a
Jounlal. in its arlsi.-in iii-ii-ntiflc correspondent, in engaged 5
um W PVC!-r Purposes.‘ A similar unilr-l-ta-trig was
iiiio some two yr-an since by Prof. Paige, of Washington.
act 0fCapt:Iin lngrallam it Smyrna, and iii decided einloiseiiient , '