mi--r--""’ ---r-'1 ‘<‘-?.Z-T...-"........’..":-‘“>.-i-=.-“:“
itated, simply amounted to an execution on his eiligy. Senator
' ionic ofitl go y.
' '0,“ 9 IL protest against it for Rome, if Rome so wills it. Is
I I THE CITIZEN, i SATURDAY, APRIL 8, .1854.
.- 2. ‘- sum rsnrorzs mmcio. ,: ,. . ;'
Monsignor Bedini, the Pope's Nniicia, has written a long letter
from London to Archbishop Purcell of Baltimore, in which be de-
nounces iii no measured terms the Germans, Italians and Ameri-
cans, who assailed him during his stay in this country for his po-
litical course on civil niler of Bologna. He even speaks of: con-
spiracy against his life, when the sum total oi the violence medi-
Douglas is executed in this way every day for a very meritorious
not the introduction of the Nebraska Bill, and yet it does not
seem to trouble him. It is evident Badini knows not the American
ople, nor can he appreciate the genius of their institutions, in
which out-spoken public opinion, and sometimes acts strongly ex-
prsssingthat opinion,yetnot attended with violaice, are substituted
tor the cutting oil‘ of heads under the government o provinces in
Euro , If the refugees believed that Iledini, at Bologna, perpe-
trated the acts attributed to him, surely the hanging, decapitation,
even burning of his elligy, would be but a very temperate ex-
pression of indignation at his execution. not of eiiigies, but of
living men, and these, too, good patriots. The Nuncio, however,
despite of all this testimony to the contrary persists says : V
hot raving tllsdnzsn, lntl quite diirorzui
in st it conrerned them, had not the least lin-
. . most celebrated tbieis never occupied iiieniseivss
wiib Hi! can ii. iiirir Wllilest de almn ons.
“ Arrived in Amcrirnwilll n function wholly ol courtesy, oflove, and or
union, want new suintit wus sn rntided to hem sgiiinst mu
And wiiut held did
psrts will history uses In tbsir regard an
tutu them in turn sweet orgies, unit time, ion, watt sum not now in la!-
trsin tbent! . -,
-"rbtiy abused iirsi tits tnbsturiboutide s inst-out hospitality, and titer-
run y grentuind
cyan, under It attempt,
capable or causing any nuiion whatever to descend s tnonsniiri degrees iii the
it: next deceived nuil betrayed it in the most deunnle uritt sentiments,
since, to excite it to . generous iniiirnotinn, they invented nets which no
wind -ny existence, Imagined. according to their own pie re, sttionii, In-
tbir portion oftho puhllc print. wititb ncetved II nrncttlnr min so
will itdisiiseii ll, rcpentcillt, expounded it with tbs must horoi-contlcul tini-
plicity in the world, anti,-iitn the most lltcxeusnhle colnpllclly-Wllnl service
butitrnuuortdiops nutloul . v -
e e .
‘ From this bitty end, yiiiir (Irate tnuws vrell tiint tbs menates upon my
i ', , I th be UL! bl t di'erl . It -‘I
‘iy'iZ?i‘.'..".fn'i’ ""1. I‘ilL"...i'er.l‘.'l“'...u.:..:‘.?2. 3r‘.’u. 'iioiy"i".ti..rf.'i'i"i'.2'.i.i'rT;. Germany and England for the int five mm =
litniili"E"Z"r5'.7.‘.?"r.;'17.’!!r‘?.i"1T.?i‘-fiillil".i‘i?.?.'Z‘i2'iii'S!i"1i.‘id$S'iil"rS.'7 ' "“"""‘“- ‘M ‘‘‘'< 135" 1353- TM
unity bus reniliimtinytuis-ion more holy, M has .i12,g9i 1ia,se2 , lI7,537 113,164 .ot:i,i29
tn-yhxve r.....i omegreviicr mr... BellIEIn,lntst1ngtnlh! -55-!” mm was Ilwd 119.47. .wa.ii
powerofthesupremr Keys and in the 'il<'cyo(souisnypruyers .r.ni.,.. 29.921 26.12: 26.553 31.27: 27.029. .m.aia
W" ‘V v "" "”“-‘v'““'”“"”v"""""'""""=W’ In 1949 it willbeperceived the Gernransdid not amount tohall
The Nuncio ingeniously calls in the aid of miracles to sustain
his innocent-e; but we fear that even “ that portentous moving of
the pupils" of " the wonderful return” will not convince the oh-
“? emigration. Another fact is presented; that is, that the sources
the days of Adrian the Fourth, when, according to Augustine
Thierry and others, his Holiness commissioned the Plantagenet to
‘enter the kin dam of Ireland, and there prooure payment to the
blessed A null: Peter, of the annual tribute of one penny for each
house.’ 'es! raise my voice for the freedom of Rome-f r
its disenthnllment from that executive and policy which all intelli-
gent and honest men concur in sti atising as most ru'
ruinous to the activity, the morality, the manh , t e
the people-and the most powerful repudiation of which is to be
found in these wise an ' u ' th,
Equality, and Fraternity’ on th
slew that younger brother of Republicanism, the smoke from
whose altar was just ascending." -
- . Vlmmlgraidon for ritsrcit
Tb majority of the city papers in stating the immigration to
this pr: for the month of March, set down the number of person-
oges under the head of“ British " as 14,334, and Ireland and the
Irish are totally omitted from the enumeration. This.has been
the practice for some time past, whether from design or ignorance
we cannot say. It is certainly very absurd, as England ranks far
below Ireland in the numbers she sends to this country. Instead
of 14,334 for the last month, she has only conlrhuled 431.
The following is a correct statement :,
During the month of March there arrived from foruiwn countries
3.758 emigrants. They are classified as follows: Ireland, 1,055 ;
Gennany, 1,44 ,. England, 431 ; Scotland, 102; VVales 91;
ance, 202; pain, 49; Switzerland, 334; Italy, 22; Belgium,
14; “West Indies, I ; South America, 2; Sicily 3; Citizens, 2,537.
Total, aliens and citizens, 6,595 ; emigrants, 3,758. Decrease tlii
month as compared with February, 668.
i al emigration this year . . 23,618
Correspondingnionths last year . 26,544
I Decrease this year i. . . . . 3,926 - i
So far as this year has gone, there is a considerable increase in
ofemigratiou have varied. Last month almost as many emigrants
arrived from Switzerland as from Englandf and now the emigrat-
tion frorn,Gern1any surpasses that,of Ireland, which, however,
was also the case for the last two years. Formerly the emigrat-
tion from Ireland far exceeded that from Gennauy. The follow-
ing table shows the relative proportions contributed by Ireland,
the number of the Irish. In 1851 the excess of the Irish over the
Germans was 93,373. The cause, in part, of the change, is
British-created famine in Ireland, by which the poplation have
stiiiate uribrlit-I of ‘I’ Iertnin refugees.” and their American sympa-
thiseri-.' Thus BciI1ni:- I i -
“Meanwhile, tor a more sensible proof or my ztltitlltle, nnd at pio re-
hrnitlzn wiiit-ii may rrcal my journey, 1 send at the nine unis to your
pictures ul tiiii Bl '
b , E M . . ,
tn. pupils tpi lcmely duri iny ivii Jurisdiction, when lp,,,,,,ed American land speculators to induce the farmers to come out in
mrtn. government or liolugn was t ryyust msr the nut) ion of the large bodies.
American peep In en drnwt tbiisa events or...y nntutni - himwhich . ,
d ended in no niiyn lllll‘, o wntchuo sot yi'
E I 1" "Iii" I“'1unls.;‘ I ivlllxnlli clots so‘; which more Seitiocs ADCIDEN1‘ on -rnxilcnson Rtvn RAtt.BoAn.-A serious
. h ,. I ., . . , ,
‘.I.‘L','.."t‘,"“'l'.“' iffliil‘ ""r 5.‘? oiily ...lu.?rl.‘.'Zi$.".".I..'.u.'."l.'iiilL"t”.‘li?i‘.1 '““’“'.""“ ‘0 "3' “P” “PM” We 0" Fm‘! "Milne-
n etint rmrd, how much force In itselrbiit a faith, s ittnsri 55"“ "W mil“ f""“ T“'“lL " V” 9"’ “l1“‘,8 ‘"3"
mouth it .be. in tutor ofllle well eninbiisliird prodigy; niid the dilriision on rock upon the trac s cl-our had passed within tiv mi
1=-="-'- W “M In W 3"" '='W-Wt ‘W--idervill M utes ofllle arrival of thetrain it that point it it evident that the
5 ntelul to Catholic hearts, Ind more than grateful, useful and smcsoionl for
" 3 mr. ‘L r. l'lIengl.'l.lr' v t to ctiiruritis.
The following appears in the San Fnricisco Herald of the lat
of March :4 V
A B bi-lrritay amongst us, Mr. Meavvlier leaves by the
stetn't1eI' of to-day for the Atlantic States. ifs. sojourn here but
ared him to all with whom he came intimately in contact, and
hc bears with him the regrets and wann wishes of a host of
friends. His eloquent addresses, moreover, have left on the minds
e a. . . >
dlr. Meagber was invited to the dinner given to Generals ‘Vocal
end I-‘note it So Francisco, but was unable to attend in conse-
Quence of having a lecture to deliver 0 ening. The
followinu is an extract from a lecture delivered by Mr. Illeagher at
the crown above it I
331' unless the gibbet of the maleiactor looms beside it! Most the
ttll1e<lral .-ive a camp, and the crozier be crossed or quartered
with the sword! is this the doctrine! This what the Bible tells
Th: what history teaches’! What faith inspires! In the
W m h Your noble constitution, and in h a eiice
I 1'“ ‘ms vfvords I hm e now quoted (a. letter of Carroll of Csrrolton),
tmwhklmfe agTtll'h11 an .-illinnt-e oi‘Cl-lurch imil S
if Bemum Iwwgantt for all time. I protest against it for Be giuin,
. = . 5“ Wlll“ It. I must against it for IIel&Iltl.,‘if Ireland
. ,5‘ Cl ! To maintain for these countries that reli-
ties imp d by U isiiatntniofcbri ti .
ol I syute mi - S 1‘ ii“ ‘I ‘
inggaz rm‘ Chmhirl-2121. disconnection of Church ti-out suite,
mm, 7 H. mm, and 0 “kg: 3:111‘ Ionriiiulox in Ireland, why pot
h t in l‘aiiisl I p - . - c&.wby no. in .- - it -6 ' Iil new Mn: cm! putts. only to
iiiitisiii aboutiit. 1intlligireiitl1ii'ilyix:di:';.ih"f,?“‘fal;; P” p'o“t)eI:I:T1d.lIv8(Ilg biiiireir, ind the parallel between iinn Mid bit
of any and every l'lQnCIl influence w mun.’ “dig prototype will be complete."
of that inhiie
deposition of the Pope. Here, at this v.liiy,l .g;,,.d F,
list, it iris more than probable I would have tlonti had 1 1'“-.4 3,,
the last two years, owing to the free exportation ot"‘the surplus ”
by the authorities of the Cominunes, and the edbrts of German-
rodshsd just fallen. Large fragments were scattered about the
neighborhood. some weighing perhaps nve gr six sun.
nin at the mile of twenty miles an hour only, there is no doubt the
whole train would hath been precipitated into the river.
olely, howcveu her speed at that time was not less than at the rate
of thirty-Eve to forty
the rock list lay ill’! the track that it moved it samlwhzt, but the
engine, tender and bsggage car were brokenlto atoms.
None of them were injured, except the upressman. although they
03 those who heard him. an impression that will never he were thrown sin ti
erted themselves to the utmost, by bringing water in their hats, to
quench the dsmtlsrvllw
accounts one of the braltomen, named his
the other not expected to survive. 5'
men and Councillors for the several wards in St. John, was to
women holding freehold: have the right to vote another fl‘CEllDl(lEI‘Di
octrine oi‘ the ing ,3”, P,-H-zgnph 5.
tvarded to Stephen A. Douglas
York and the libel adjo
Cheap inillt ought
been thinned. But it is not so much that the Irish einigntion has
decreased as that the German emigration has doubled itself for
otive was one o the heaviest on the roa . been run-
‘ s an hour. The force was so great upon
Ir. Cadwell, and six others, were in the baggage ear.
o the roots to some considerable distance. The
coolness of the conductor, and his kindness, were of great service,
in sllaying the fear of the passengers, and preventing I panic.-
The skull of - the engineer was fractured, and the Erernan and two
akemen were hoi-ribl injured. They were so completely crush-
‘ anion the ' and rocks, that it
sulferers would have perished in
ed men were conveyed to Tivoli, and at last
hlin, woo dead, and
or to relate, not a single
was hurt, notwithstanding that the underworlu of the
were literally smashed to pieces.
. B.-The election of Miler-
tVotuat‘s Ibruiirs 1! Sr. Jews, N
the 4th of April. For the hrst
ballot. and under the exittin Law
Ssxu-on Datious.-The Bangor (Maine) Whig has the follow.
c ladies of our neiglilioring Village of Alliance, have for-
: letter, accompaiiiedlwith thirty
' Adulterated milk is the subject of universal complaint in New
' ' ' It is the so on of much diseeu
always to be av tiled Is a plague. Milk of s
bad quality is wmeimss sold at A high price, but the genuine er-
ticla never at a low price. Too meoy look more to quantity than
Tst: Tiiiszit TRADE wrrn CAsA17A.-New that the Baltic is clos-
ed against British shipping and no further supply of timber can
be obtained in that quarter, an impzlu: willbe given totliis depart-
ment of commerce, w i as not been experienced for years.
Already is there an increased energy shown amongst lumbermer-
chants in different sections of the country, and heavy contracts
ave been entered Into, for the business of the coming season.
A Novi:r.rv.-The nioiit extnordjnary operation we have ever
heard of was perfonned on Thiesday, by at locomotive on the Balti-
expectsd daily to have a calf, was on the track,
from limb ; the call‘ so suddenly brought into existence being un-
hurt, and is still alive and well. VVe doubt whether there is a lo-
comotive in thc country can beat that.-Wheeling Time:
Eiiiouriorv so NsssAsi:A.-The Cirizimuzli Gazette of Satur-
Nebrasks emigration is already pushing up the lilie-
souri river; parties from Uliio are passing through our cities,
seel-tin homes in the contemplated territory. Associations are
proposed among the Germans to emigrate there in great numbers."
Mr. Newhall, the Know-Nothing iVIayor elect of Lynn, Mast,
declines that honor.
THE cAiii=sELLs ARE COMING, H1 H0! HI Ho:
csirrsrzu. at sites.
1'13 CHAMBERS STREET,
mdniiulng Ille clrsi-ii nause, nenllhe Hudson River Stnllott.)
‘ A. CABIPEELL,
A QQIIPYBI IIHDYIIIIBIII DI Geniletnenls Furnishing GDOIIB, WllDlBlBll and
retail. tr] -1 3"!
No, Qill crituwitb street, New York,
General Agi-ut rot
DEVIN1-25' COMPOUND PITCH LOZENGEt
Achnowledged the best remedy tor
Cold], ouiins, Pain: In the Side,
Cron tiini Soreness or the Lungs,
Costiveness, Influenza, PA‘ in the BI
nronel-iliis, Dyspepsia, C-ensnl Datum!
And t]Liingi nijicieni on left to sttmin Lift, ii Curl for U1!
(“At r -A1 ‘aye etfecttml.
Dzsilerllzlijhzlieltlenn irii terms. Orders solicited. [TI I8 Iv
RYAN & BRENNAN.
No. lei Conn] street, between Vuick and Hudson sttssit
v YORK. - -
.51, iioius BRENNAN
TEE CAMPBELL‘! AILE GOING.-AT THE ST. NICHOLAS EXHI-
bitl u Rooms, No. Q5 Broadway. shove Brooms street.
MURPHY. WEST, is FEEDS
ri n tn y
Among the names will be round LUKE ‘VEST, MATT PEEL, and
JOSEPH MURPHY, who will appear etch evenin w tire new features.
An AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE will beklveu ever? VVEDAIESDAY
RDAY for the accommodation ofLnd.les and Children.
each. in he had at the door. Doors open It 62$ ; Conan
rontmeucel t 751 precisely. IT] IS ly
BDXD STREET RESTAURANT.
. 663 Broadway, N. I,
HERE AT ALL TIMES YOU CAN HAVE GAME, Llqtzons,
uamis S2giIlI,IrllII lllb sent Illa Market can rirord.
in [T] - JOHN MAGUIRE, Proprietor.
INFORMATION wAN-rrzo-or MARGARET -AND ANN KILFOYLE,
natives oflltruinvnln, Plrtsh sf Tenhe, county Cllrc. Ircllnd. who landed in
New York tnreo
Any Information w I
KLLFOYLE, by letter uldrassed to nun, cspiiai mil, wssuinigion, n. c.
n8 ll‘ ‘
JOHN L. PIERCE,
DEALER IN FRUITS, ‘VINES, TEAS, SEGARS, &c., &e.,
693 Broadway, New York.
nmmn Amity it (Ill-It. '
All Orders insnnrtiii
V Any part afthe city, Free of'Expe
SOUTH BROOKLYN SAVINGS INSTITUTION,
' iritinnt-u nt-itnina, m ii-tin-no r-i-anti-,
ON and litter the let dity of May next, this Institution will be opened
DAILY, train 10 int. in 2 r.:s., and tin, ou eacll si-rutoiv rvnsiso,
from H to D; and the present practice of opening on Mondsy and Wednesday
evening: I! bit discontinued.
pollton Irs ieinluilz-d inst deposits triads by the let day or April, wiu
drsw interest truni the lat ur April.
;'lAv SWlTl';. Pr;-lideut.
A II) B. At 13 . .
GEO. A”,ARv,s, -line Presidents.
W. Winn. Sul"l’t:lIl')'.
Break ya, Match 29, lb‘Id. .5 5,.
C A 3 D . -
- Grocer and Dealer in Teas, Wines, and Liquors,
Sold cur-ipjn can.
AT ND. 328, EAST is-i-it s'1'., N1-:A1t AVENUE (3.
BROIVNE do CO.,
coitrosmon os.iism:1vr MANUFAUI
N0. 120 wr:s'r BROADWAY, NEW romr.
Arc Ilectllxnl orunirirnts got up in ordiir at short notice.
XFDRMATION WANTED.-OF .1011‘: 8
. Mar srel i-iorin,nrtiio parish orcmvi MO“ ‘ND ms SIS’:-ii‘;
their brother Patriot I1 1 when last ,0; '
rnry eouuty, Dhln. An iniorrnsr‘ d ,0 m,
editor omit Callmlw Shndllrd, San ruiiclsto, will be tnuukrtiuy rmimi.
bed-hug who moi seen his friends
By Lyon's Powder meet btii ends,
ting Within I emit
It Ilnys the insect I
‘ It child it eould not It rm. ‘B P d f
Depot or Lt'0N'S M r P a , fl LYOWS Nuium 0' 9' . W
the Destruction ol Rlll 'ITt'dBlhIIeil.‘l,a:2I"I3r.0:dWly, and is: Back tirtu, Pails-
deipiiiu. , I3 II-
‘0 'mhty- ' , , .
y rt-stud itnd ennnptiy Attended iii. Orders sent to
use. in ' is t