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1 V aarTtiK KKH'.YiiRK.' DAILY, TiiKS U -j Mm la saseeit:Aii avneity tor ' iwnLuia a .M wsea.'"''wifc rwlJsrra, Kail eubacrlbesa t -haUrMLlrltf.T TTstTJL tmlU,. . v.- 1. aar.skt a mh W f V- f 4y . paniitna: l wrier and ,-! yrt49 easil aa "m-aa tana. .-.. v TV tVtX.LT TI3IKIS i.Mimi v.r.irdt-. Is 1 Raited at Ob DotXaB yWtn nya Outlet. ymorn-f rr Copies for Twsstt Duass, to oca . TMTtVU rot CMj-onXTA te ublihd eo . : tha -ertwa af vmj Mi tur. Price, la v rrTea. ! mm w- sui tloidce, t . T O-a TUI lw a iukIii' aarnajafla- nf nv- . IT Oiiwm. etui, a MsMttuiM tor tnn .. ud gnc. i ftl art-era, ul.i; a rwurrf- i tiy uy City jeumai. , ! ft Seea-ia'd Jdaowa. -J-. - IWhaHaatHlwa, N- aseau-st, oor. of Beek-.'ijv,,;, MH, EA.TMOKD.il hT. CO., Publishers. fj-Tb procteing in the Ilourt of Rej-e- I tatlTM ycaterd7 Mem to indicate a gradual uJ f proadk to the ftdoptioa of the plnrality rale, '' Vr. Clikobmx offered rceolutiua that after '- ; teree-mcra ballots, if no choice ahonldbemada, the (speaker ahould be elected bj plarulitr ; and hftcr aCOCQperatiTeij calm ducuMion of the object, it vaa rejected by only four vote. The ! x h Xlowas then adjounied, withcol balloting for CpeaketV The Senate traanot inaenion, having : djonad over from Monday to , TburwW , ;j JSarVaa havfaig the floor on the Central Amcri- - ; can question. v . . ... . . in ; y IntheUte Henate yeaterdar, twentr-.. j niM petitions for a bridge over the Hudson ,! JUtr at Albany were presented. Iop1e there ; are evidently getting tired of the uncertainties oc terry transportation. Among the wu re ported favorably was the one to jvevent illegal voting in thisChy. A favorable report wa ibado in the) Assembly on tho bill to amend the net acthotising the Stutea Island Itiilroad Coiii-Jy to run fonry-boar,,and alo cn the bill to . ineorporate the LadieV Uome Mi.ion of tbc M. ' Chorch. An unfavorable report was miuie ' on the bill to change the title and haructer (if the Maria Court of this City. 'ITie Lill fW tbetnore effectnal prevention of Arc was . y l td, as was also the bill to extend the time : for ife collection of taxes. Among tho notice S'of tJ w'a one to mate the office of Fire ' Maadtai in this City elective by tin- Fire Te- partrirenr;; ' ' TtTbo mall ateamsLip Georyc .(no arried ji V? ttorning, bringing 881,0K) in trca- i'Wn from California, bat n later advice! than -'If hfe received by the Ftarof Ule Watt.-The news from tlie Isthmns and tbo South Pacific is not TVJ,Jepottaat: . The Chilian Congre, in extra '. :' ' sim,"wa occapled with measures for dhere , t local improvements, A violent Ktorm. nnasnal i at this aoason of tha war. had done roimidrra- We damage to the sbippiog in the port of Val-psxalm. Political affaire in BoUvis were still cloudy, and the Government was cndcaTortng f" 1 ; n conciliate ta opponenta. From Pern we ; learn that n quarrel had occurred between the " Xaocndvn and the AHembly, Lot r.eaee was noen reestablished. Aawtralian adrireti to the I 9d af KcAeotboc contain little of interest. i "wM.". A.a- ----- Ofxmna Entlgrntinn t Mexico. The San' Antonio Zaimg, of tho 12th in-. stent, contains lengthy details of a movement fi already on foot auoogat the German settlors in ,? Texa,. which has for iu object an emigration , en MiK across the Kio Grande, and tbc founda-' '' tlon ot a German settlement in Mexico, where I ; the greatest advantages aro oflerod thorn by the Mexican nnthorttiea, Mr. Kiottb, an eminent f. j OenasDi Jurist, who quitted his native land in a ceneeonence or toe lienxnuon or 1848. and has ince resided In Texas, is at the head of ttm 'TwiWMl k On the the 19th of Dectmlier last, he coexlnded an agreement with Genend 'AiVTKl,,the -Governor of New-Leon and , CJoahnila, for the purpose of founding a colony ; ' there,! the previaions of which, togethor with :,' the contents of a memorial addreased by Mr. ; Xsottx to Gen. Vumcbu, are now before ns. . --i : la. this latter document Mr. Riottb statos that i' the spirit of hatred which has sprung tip during ; the laeMwo years, on the part of the Native t. American population against the foreign sct-M: tiers, his given rise to. the most lamcoUvl.lc ttaaifcatations of intolerance, both in social as ' voll aipt'litlcal, relations, and has even ocra-; nkwed cneofiflict ami bloodhhed, the effect of .' whiah is the more painful, as a great portion of " his eoantrymen left their native land to estab- lieh themselves under oar free Republican r Institutions! to become citizens of a Free KtufA V 4 1 admitted to that position of social and , ; s , political equality to which their intelligence - I aad tLeir sadnarry entitle them ; tliat they were : , " tQOr justified in entertaining this hopo, .- since, through their energy, toil and capita, i . Hknl n fcw years ago was a desert has become, lr ,Va W4tl-Cnltfvfrd and niM!t,f. imA l ' . uu ug, ;iv wire, put jeetoraay me nuntod the . .. rt beffalo, happy and comfortable homesteads are Jovrto befoendr but that the intolerance of : "J Kative Americans has taught them that their expectatloa was vain, and that, in consequence, tZ". Jhey nae boon in quest ef a country upon this eontJnentbre tber wUl not be subjected to -peieocntioe, and where they can not only settle a themaoUes'tut whiiher ihey may beenahied to ' ;d&ec th! ateps of theii' countrymen at home i bo are aaxioua t emigrate, but who are dc- terrc4 from doing" so, to jthe United States by the reported hostilo demonatrations of the native , phaat the foreign population. The promi ' nee organs of the German proas, who for- Z..ptAf1 ? advocate itrongly emigration . . We,t8r" 8u now, since tho ' XaeJaeillan4Cineiaarkaanna ' 'tJlf 10 countrymen to suffer any- v thing rather than settle in a oountr where ''In their birth ia a reproach, and where they are alloared the free expression of their reli-' " jgions eplnlon."; The German: Gerernments ' fuwe Intereat it is to clock the tide of emlgra-"J , tlon. Croni ttwiir countries canae the most cxag- ' aerated statements te U circulated of the at , k ally U the Americans towards the Germans - f and hare even paid ballad aiaguri aad atroO-:". Cjn pUers to eel ears te in '"snag aad oa the ; ; ; taee at the. different , fairs aad markets, the , Mt etatrortone ararder tf the Cerratis ti Leviv. vZle and Cincinnati." . M. CioT.'a'a journey to Mexico was undertaken in the Cat iuetae.ee? as ijc auyk, for the purpose taf putting himself in ccnunnnicatiiin with Colonel Ljrarnao, ad in terim Ctovwnor of New-Leon nd CoabuiU a IUikc by I'rth, bttl a German jty education and sjiijlathie-for many yean 'employed in the Mexican senice, and who proposed to Germans ecttjitg In Mexito tLe most liberal and advantageous cond itb it ( - jyvsiblcwhieh conditions have bceji fuT!;-1 f r - .ed l y Gen. ViDAnuu, and secured b;. tl.i- aroenusnt to which we have already aliu.lnl. M ,-.Ki rrri."s nrotiatlomi with the Mexican Govcmracnt are quite distinct from those eix illative schemes of coloniiation (oa-yrrtario) in vi h'n-H the undertaker of the entcrpri.-e ol txns a front of land (emrrMw) aa4 a lare tilmrc of Uie profit. He emphatically avtert that such wa not his intention, and th.nt Lis sole object was to acquire for his felliow-o.n.ntrvmwn in the United States, who arei anxious to enifrmte, the fullt information, aad to Korure fur them, in caj they accapt the often roude to tliom by the Mexican Government, the fell enjoyment of civil and religious liberty. TLe sgntemttnt between G en. Vidai; kju and Mi-s.-r.--. l.'i.fTn. and FiunsHiij, for the fonndstion if a German Colony in New-Leon, ' fi.tains fwentr-two claunea. In the first place, xnui.es a free sjraut, fir the purpose, of 29 sqnure - (.iflnnj, cqrol to npward of two millions if t; j-rividcs tb.nt the German cettlcrs shall be considered a Mexican citizens from U.t n.oment of tlieir arrival in the country ; 'hat, f"r -''e "irnt three yeaid, they shall e-ctopt frni all taxe and military Bcrriee, (except in cat of hostile invasion ;) that tbnii land, unprorercent, personal property, and farm fctork. shall never be liable to taxe, or scitaMo forc' t; that-tf.r5r implements' of hnslmndry dzu of indnstry, in general, shall fe exempted from tin- jMivment of duty; and that they shall lie jrfirfecth fn-eiii the exi:rcwe and exprctiou t tntir rtdgionh ociici. mis acrreeroent is iL-iitJ Mo'iterey, Dor. 19, 18."5, aad signed Na.iia.a) Vii.ackbi, C. Iv. Eton a. nd Grs Id adnifon to the above vre learn ftvni the most rtiialile authority tliat upwur ls of two thon&url Gc.rrr.Jini. lifxvo alrcuiy made preparations to eruigrutc tbithor from Germany in the coining Siring, under the direction of two Gorman gentlemen, for many years resident iu Texas, nnd who -eiit to Germany List Summer for the express purpose Thousand of those now settled in the north western parts ot Texas, in the counties of Guadalou, Coiual, Mediae ami Gillespie, fanning a grcv population of nearly 20,000 Htm), are already prepared to emigrate, aud it is natural to snppwe that thouaantL) will follow their example, not only from Texas, bnt from every part of the Union. It has been reported tliat over two thousand have left Louisville and its neighborhood since the riots, and hare set tled in. Canada, and, we arc. informed, that many others are about to ve for Coutral America early in the Spring. There may be exaggeration in some of tLeae reports, but there can ho no question of the fact that a very ferions depletion of our foreign population has taken place at the South and West, awhile there has been a considerable falling off in the influx of this element of oor national growth. Bnt there is verv little proba bility that so Minacious and intelligent a people a the Germans, tan be induced, by any system of misrepresentation, to abandon the territory of tbe United State where they can enjoy, in their fullest extent, all the privileges that are accorded to the natives of the soil, and whore lilerty is not a mere name, bnt a reality, to live in a country like Mexico, among a debased jiopulation, and where popular freedom is at the loeroy of a bigou-d priesthood, and life and property are wnbject to the vicissitude of mili taffy ad venturer vwio aim at the rule pf the couctrv. The Kb ting Trial. The remarkable result of the trial of I .ri.iso has, very naturally, excited a profound seusa- tion in the public mind, and caun-d many of onr citizens to doubt the possibility of obtaining a erdict apain-st any man, unicf s be bo a very- poor one mdw-d, under our present Jury vs teiu, let the evidences of his guilt U; what they may, Ent there will be another opportunity for tewting this qnestion for we understand tl at tbe Dinlrict-Attorney baa deieminod to try the indictment against Ebukg again, and ha fitod on Friday of next week f r msviTig it n. c have ;Jready commculod at siue length on tbc disafrreenient of tbe Jury in this r.e and it will I anne-etary for us to enlarge fwthcr npou the Object; but we desire to call public attention to the following letter from a ven respectable merchant of Broa!-way, who was on the Jury, and who fuUy explains be reason why the Jury did not agree upon a verdict: . -. Sw.Toaa,WedB6aUay, Jaa.3, 1S6U. To Ad Editor vf Uu .Vcw 1'or DrtUf Timt. Ieaii 8lK : Your reaaarka in mltprenv. n k. disajjTfcnientof tha Jary,-in the case of J. E. Fa- ljx, have just rvotived my patient peruial, and while on many pohits I am led to coincide with you, in favor of the ground you have taken, still i am muueca. from a sens of bit own riniv the pel He, to present some information viieb will, perhaps cxpbiin ttie reasons for our not agreeing on a verdict in the case. I clip from' the 7heiM of to-day the communication of one of the Jurymen in this case, from which you raav draw your own oVduetioaaj but. added to this, 'I wish to stale the fact, that, fifteen minutes after leaving the Court-room for consultation, the guilt of the prisoner was decided bv a vote of eleven to one, on the chsrge from the Court, vis i ulfyou find that Mr. F.bijxg did raake-an agreement with Messrs. Smith, Sicbxhs & Co.; you must find him guilty." The person voting iu the negative, declaring at the time he would never convict him, but subsequently asBtuing the Jury, to That if tha Judge would w aive the imprisonment, and punish him by a moderaU fine, h weald agree to find him guOty." Now, you are able from this language, (and other that I might give,) te form some opbuoa of the material ws po essed, to mould bite what might b termed an expression of the Jury, and aaaat conclude, as ws did, twenty min-Sf'f Wtthe Coart room, that ws might debate th queatioo, through all time," and bot I??. Jw declared - He would l?, tr-4 huflding rotted, and he UJaa) U the State Prbaa.37, " -T v ' fineb. av dw fUr . ' . . . .u ai. 7i' . TT . . "mwnawe uta- -r . .um van buu . . mw iuu oaamtB H front acquainacg the Court ef the ftcufsttllteese out tii iau " New and i-ik". eted nor no-CDoe. ft-ar. In Juror re )e bar three them to to The bly Mr. the to ux-j-eiises Lil-rarj our so man fact, spen lu shi. urj i-acket-sb-ps--irt-boxtJi sun-..- of in a of reported,-wbe-re sinking the tbe to of to can It we cannot a not er of oi tbe disorder and preeerra-tioa of ry -

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  2. 31 Jan 1856, Thu,
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