Max Stettheimer Consul for Germany Stuttgardt

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Max Stettheimer Consul for Germany Stuttgardt - . , Waahlnctaa Correspoadeace. Special...
. , Waahlnctaa Correspoadeace. Special Correspondence, of tbe Picayune Wasbinoton, Aug. iS, 1853. Tbe following appointments, which have most of them been heretofore annonneed, informally, will be officially published in to - morrow's Union. The list is Interesting and important, because so many changes are made sometimes after an appointment has actually been conferred and before its official announcement, that nothing less than the official record can generally be relied upon. OFFICIAL. APPOI.XTME.XTS BY THE PRESIDENT. Diplomatic Agent. Consul ud Commercial Agent of tbe United State, ppointed since May 24, lsii DirLOStATIC. Robert J. Walker, of Missirsippi. to be Commissioner of the Lni'ed Bute to tbe Empire of China R. Augustus Erviug. of C nnecticut, to be Secretary af the Legation of tbe United grate at tbe Court of His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of all the Ru si. Dsvid L Gregg, of Illinois, to te Commissioner of the D t.ited States to the Kingdom of Hawaii Philo W bi e, of Wiacuoaiu. to be Charge d'Affsirei of the United States to the Republic of Kci.ador. John M. Daniel, of Virginia, to be Charge d'Alfalre of the United Stairs near the Government of Sardinia. Thomas E. Maasry.of Alabama, to be Secretary cf the Legation of the United States to tbe Republic of Chill Daniel E. Sickles, of New York, to he Secretary of tbe Letation of the United Statei near Her Britannic Majesty. Carrol Spence, of Maryland, to be Minister Resident uf the United States at Constantin pie. John W. Dana, of Maine, 'o be Charge d'AiFaire of tht United Bute to tbe Republic of Bolivia. CO.V - ULS OF THE UMTKD STAT.. For Vera Cruz, John T Pickett, of Kentucky. For Bayonne, John P. Sullivsn of California. F t Moxsmhique, O - o R. Dwyrr, of Massachusetts. For Amoy, Toomia H Hyatt, of New York. For 8'. Jonr.'s, Porto Rico, John Par.ena, of Florida. For Lima. J. Caleb Smith, of California Fur M arse lies. Ssmuel Dinsmore. of New Hampshire. For E sineur, F. B. Wells, of New Vork. For Leitb, James McDowell, of Ohio. For M stanzas Edward W Delaware. ForOlasgow. PhilipT. Hear t.of New York. For Genoa. E. Felix roreati. of New York. For Turk'a lelanrt, John L Net - on,of Maryland. For Manheim. John ScbetB. of Maryland. For Prmaniuuco, Will am i.illey. of (Jliio. For Bahia, Jo n R B. nnett, ot Miaaoun. For St. Jago de Cuba. Ste, hen Cochran, of Pennsylvania. For Shanghai, Robert C. Murphy, of Ohio. For Amsterdam, K G. Barnwell, of Couth Carolina ror Aspinwall, New Uraoada, Geo, W. tletcher, of Alabama. For Slut.gardt, Max Stettheimer, of New York. For Fuh Cbau. Caleb Jones, of Virginia For Paita, Fay t tie M. Ringgold, of tbe District of Columbia. For London. Geo. M. Saunders, of New York. Pur Bordeaux, James Polk, of Maryland. CilSMEBCIAL aOKNTm OP THI CNITZD STATES. For Padaog. Sumatra, Robert R. Purvia For St Paul's de Loando. Sonthweaiern Africw - John Q. Willi. The capital is excessively dull, and tbe news market decidedly flat. There is really little transpiring here at present worth the room its relation would occupy in your columns. I shall send yon to - morrow, however, a Treasury circu lar of much interest to the business community There is something new developing also in the Tebnanteprc business, of which I hope to be ble to tell you more in a few hours. I am in formed by a gentleman who professes to know, and who ia in a position that should make him conversant with tbe matter, that the Tehuante - pee interest has fallen into foreign hands, and is giving the Administration a great deal of trouble in consequence. I learn also, that the President and Cabinet are in great tribulation relative to the look of affairs in New Hampshire. No one ought to be better acquainted with political movements and portents in that State than the President; and he confesses to the apprehension that John P. Hall, the Abolitionist, may be returned to the TJ. S Senate. Tbe Free Soilers and Abolitionists evidently hold the balance of power in tbe Legislature; while, on the other hand, the Burke split in the Democratic ranks still further complicates the difficulty. Hale's chances are rer - amly much better now than when he was elected to the U. S. Senate before. He was un derstood to have retired to private life, and was expected to settle in New Vork; but the un expected turn affairs bare taken in New Hamp shire politics, haa led him, it is stated, to place himself again "in the hands of his friends." Samuel J. Peters, Esq , late Collector at New Orleans, basjust closed his accounts with the Treasury Department, and found a balance of several hundred dollars in his favor. Beverly Sanders, Esq, late Collector at San Francisco, also stands before the country with a clean balance sheet the first who has filled that office whose accounts were not involved in mis understanding, perplexity and doubt - Suits have beeu or will be instituted against both James Collier and T. Butler King, for large sums claimed by the Department to be due to the Go vernmenu SiostA.

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 06 Sep 1853, Tue,
  3. [First Edition],
  4. Page 1

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