Monmouth Democrat from Freehold, New Jersey on February 12, 1852 · 2
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I 1 1 it I mi that when an individual spends n '!- than hi inrtmic, lime must necessarily r ,, '. r hint bankrupt. This has been the ex-.... ,.r t'ri,-. ti i nation for the last , " ' " nvt ,,tv , it. Char!is always pent more '''"-' '"',, .m tU , ..iihaito revenue , Loui Philbppe . .,....,. 1. n..l'ihMensr.! millions upon million on tho army . 1 an-! tin. I'ortifU-.tt ion of Pan, running me in- 1 1 mi iu J. bt to an nl irming degree. I be two Re pttUii of 18 IM wasted or rather plunder-rd mot.? during their brief existence than the " ( iiit-n king" had squandered the previous rilnpfii vt i anil now Louis Napoleon lias l.t -mi a nt iv Umpire on ;i till more extrava U nit scale, lie threatens soon to increase a t:t tiding army already fivo tims too large. If he p-r-hti, the French army will have to tin something to car it livingfor in the in-wirnt "t itu of the French finance it cannot 1 . . ..;.. .;..:. . t V 1 f, ! U pIHH I .'U III lliatllYUV , HIUI .1IIV ' I mi . mixirn in 1; " tnc war imisi iiininaiii me v;ir," u onll, if put in operation. Iiml tho army .1 ... .1 . . tl. :.,;. lf, ,...,n!vr,irrt. In the rcicn of Uhar- hrotW ltd,' eii'pl.ivrurr t I 4 , tl f tnilitiry i-t:.lliih!nent of France w.il.t:Ie 'Vr IO ),K)l) tnen ; nuler Loui I i.i'.Hpp. i :T.r--!t -! to :!,''J,(iO'l ; hut muler tin r- rt f'l iJ h t svvtllnl to it present iium- i.i r of I.U..') ' !t is pr -per to Mty in hi jt ',11 h U in p ti! of tt lining :unl i-rtieicncy, in t H iiit!n'r of the pr!eiit ilay is far Mp ti -r 'o th I'.nli!'. Fvvry improvcinent ni' m "Irrn m h'tiit-it arvl theuiical science !i s f" en pti . 'I into the militiry service, re C't'lh - of f sprnse, whih- in Jlnglaml. a grow-no; !t!ik" to ,'t fin'lm nrmy hai inductil a r f n ohohty, hUH prevnteil the Kng-!iU i rvtf IV u k piri'4 pure in progressive !. ' i!ih-iifo with t!:i rivil ostahliihment' on th" roi.tiiM tit. Hut F.fifiUHl would he the 11- i f 1 tr,vi'nf in cue of n war, Lecause the 1 1 r i.ih ouli! I .nt en monev. It is true they itu''it .itt.'nipt toV.my out the cclthrated max-mii ,il.t retoi fiil, and levy routrihuMou on ih-- ic tit v . !iit tlx tw I in no ri' h churches, i on , fi,f t ir p'tty -Ttciiit to nrjujcze in ' r -l. 1 1 f r i! iv, we trpctt such an utttmp) 1. "ifd hi 11 ly phM o 1 i.whire. t .0, 1 i .n r !vi t hijjos 10 Ju an. The ic.fr 1 '4 oi" (! in. t of thy -I;iji.iii c author!-C toward Ann fc mi mmui' it ha- awakened !v titfi t turn ot ttc F Government at last. It i- I. mi. f tint tin nio.it ellWfne arguments Jo brim? l!.i' J.ip-iH people ?dr senses, and f . .. .... . ' ir u it tiiin id" iiwji ifniM I'oiii. 1'irrfet ! . . ., . . J are P.tixhan rc brt-n order I ii'li 1 sijnadrou nl early in the i.sippt and a, now in f n tin ps en ini 111 ill'- .."I'liui y i Aidu k r A upting, lakiiiir I l'0U..wl.i. i .l to ill" nmiiii 14 I J . 14 joit . , i 1 r"K , how to vitfy .... .i.i 1 ilid attd.i.'atr .1 1 orth kii .v nu'. II" rint.t have ch tn;o print- p'i 1 a 1 1 iin'iv I, mi ." to vote for every J I't.-n b'tiV Tb.iik of the sntne ik of the sntne itidi ividital ot ho a. ot.tMioiatj,,- a Hint in point, ; 110 fating a tui i-.' H t V tt- lor W .1 .him'to-i, and Adams, I'i'.i ; J.'llt f-'MI in I .1 hli 'on, ;ui'I .Monroe, and J.'. mm . m I j iin. m l Get, J n k-on, and Van IJurni it I II - fit "ti. nil I'olk, a I'd Taylor. A man ti . . i- n. t . . n--. 1.. . mil .'1 1 rive t'c ' toriiiitnr.su 1 rt:iuuius. , , 14- !'. . . ' hit ?c irvelo'n f irilit at turning ' ; endeavoring ;o CUl uun uown wiui uic axij. II.. r.i.U- ,..r..l ,. in I.Utorv w.iV.im .. r.,.. .i k., - ,.r , . , i I ' ' ih 'M.I ti . iiitiiii'' Tm :i,h . 11;: t h vi At ". t tt r in the (Jiri-rd i ro vv I hi! !'! IjilTn hotel, are thu I . I i.f , ,. . i.f til , i.-irhif fir liiiii. I ";. r.t , ' ini: o , i,ei.ut street, and the brt- r, ii . t , . , . I t.iti.ltr jo tli- r :r, with baths, toilet,1 , . , i. ., . .nil i,: i, Mi f.l r ic ! ii'i I I . ill c r I ri tr llin t.;t i ' .iM.rioo n irm t.ri, w,,o,rt,rt3iu,e neignwrs, uttu puiuu m u iu .1 H Mill' UK. Ill'' i'l UlS iiHIU a 141 i.-tui uti - , :. , . i . . , .;,, ' , ' , , . .', er-rarden prepared inside, and planted with ; nt i 1 1' ,n. i.ti'l b ni'v ; the w indow cur- , ,, r.- ni,t:.. , , , . .' , , , Lillies, Chrysanthemums, Africans, Uahlias, i cm, ii luiiu a. I .ilv t r s itiit dariiMik, are re- , J , a T n , - r, , . ,if, f ;1 hvme, Laurels, Roses, bun-flower, Daisies, irvcd i.y x t '.ii I of work; tho furniture' .- . . , , , ' . t.i.,1 tr.r All tlipso nlnnts vrrt covered f for th.f-.ie sipartmetits, i , . e."" i t"i r. i ir i" in iiti, t r. tnuecn. tne maiucis. in iiti, t r, tnuec'i, tne mauieis, f I in'i..M, eh nub Iteri, etc., ?ei olf by the g(r V on I 'it net, w ill decorations, conspirt tore- .tils., ,i . ejt" oi u'li iittiinnt tifver dro.imed of, i i n in thi dav of Al-iddin nnd the Won- ! ti ll I.inp. All this luxury, ineliidiiit; ;i . it i - ir-.i i . . i t 1 1 i.i.-, ii,iv i-i! "J ''"' tor viie iiio'icr- . . . it, i . , .it. n. n ot twenty iiniiars a i ay. M , t .i Mi i ; Piiii. i.'. Ft. nil.. -It was p,.,ji.t i won,.' tnno 3'ot. in tins Selcet Colin it ot pini hi' l.!i i, to pcopl't Washnigton- i.i.. in t! it !', vtth iritiites of revolu- t t, iiaiv t i 'ii..'-.. 'I he mil'i .itioti was a hap py one , ,ii, a ti ,-, tic t, wr outer-, wiin a 1.1-1 " I . . .. .. 4-.. inaM" ii-eeptioti in tho Legislatures ef Geor .ti, New J.-r-tey, ai d Peiin.t) Ivania. A Con-teiitiin t ' at ran;; the whole vtdui tper4nrfi t. invi!. ,t to ;i. tnblw in Iiidvputideuc! Hat!, on t," tlh d July next, and will doubtless strut f larv utt ndantr. A ntatutn of 1 Wiiihii,,;'!.!! tuuht w hh propri ty be pined in t!t fills.- of tho Square, a nuarly ns pciM' iibovu the spot whre tho founda- w ten of th.j ii,ot,ii,rif-it was planted many years ' 1,., f-,t of the sfjiiding Mriiuefc t.f Europe 1 1 - 5 .,ooftiKt,wa ,i, ,,,, ,j .'i i, ,iv lor thr.ie sipartmetits, i , . , , , , " i , t i . , i i with bud, which v t'lc o...f, Inn J v ii r, - i tiii.w.oij ; Utc rninti.il e . . ., , r r . . t t least a fortnight to b. eon' it, ;i imhii:.!1"! n.irfl of I st it hikI ipleii,. , , , ? rnn r vt .tt, i ' ' nig been lately rcutovt I' 'i. i r i in i! :i!io wtiii i.Iue art'I sivcr satin . . . ,r- ir , , 4 .it i . lug state. Mr. 11. C :i'ni-i ... .ir"? ) (hurt, lounges, etc., find i , " . . , t t . t .i . r t.t deiier-t. and they begn r i-1 inni ' ;itt t Mm inf tit'.-d in tint inoit lauItJe.4H ; .. . . i r , , . . i . i ,t hrit they watered a I. ., . , r . , i I r i I , . . ., .in., i' lri,Ii,il ll,. militliU J Tho Proposed New Rates of Postage on Books and Newspapers. The Post Office Committee of the House of Representatives, nt Washington, have made their report, which fixes the new rates of postage as follows : Kach newspaper, pamphlet, periodical and magazine, hook, bound or unbound, circular, catalogue, and every description of printed matter, unconnected with any manuscript or writing, and of no greater weight than 12 1-2 ounces, shall be charged one cent postage, and one cent for each additional ounce or fraction of an ounce, for any distance under two thousand miles. Over two thousand , double those rates. All news-paper published regularly and sent from the office of publication, to actual subscribers, and not weighing over one ounce, shall be chargeable with one naif of the foregoing rates The pontage upon all printed mailable matter shall be pre-paid, either at the office where it is mailed, or at the office of delivery, other wise double the foregoing rates shall be char god thereon. All transient printed matter shall bo deemed unpaid, unless paid at tho office where il is milled. Hooks, bound, or unbound, not weighing over four po'jnds, shall 'be deemed mailable matter, Und all printed matter chargeable by wcittt, shall be weighed when dry. The r'.tblishers of newspapers and periodical inay send to each other, from their respective offices ol publication, free of postage, one copy of each publication, and may, also, send to each actual subscriber, en closed in tlfiir publications, bills and receipts for the same free of postage. The publishers of weekly newspapers may scad to each actual subscriber in tho county whero their papers are printed and published, one copy thereof, free of postage. If we rightly understand the above scale, it will prove uniform and satisfactory to every bodv. itli such a law as this, and a com mon sense Postmaster General to carry it out the Post Office itay soon redeem its present (nibbling character. We should prefer, however, a half-price clause to newspaper publishers who choose to pre-pay postage on the whole issue. TrlsPissixo upon- thi: Purt.ic IiANDs. No small degree of excitement has been caused in Iowa, by the finding of a large number of indictments, at the present session of the United States District Court at Dubuque, again! person for cutting timber upon the public land. The Grand Jury have come out in a card, stating that they alone are responsible for such matter, and that all exasperation against the federal officers is unjust and inUtpplii.'d. A Wife pEnsr.vi:itANCE. In Cicinnatti the wife of a man named Craton, who had been fitted three dollars before the recorder recently, made her appearance during court ;jThe r t accepted and 1000 copies or- 1 l:.l I.. t ! . t,;i,1rnn a . , V, IVx j-i rC ' inu ..mi inn uhiHtiiiK noiu... a. vu.i iu. the marshal, telling him if he choose to send her husband to the workhouse, he must provide for hi children, and immediately left. An officer darted after her and brousht her b;ick. but all persuasions and threats the marshal could use were wasted in the vain attempt to prevail upon her to take the chil dren away. A compromise was finally igrecuupon, tty which utc nuuanu I I'l . .1. 1 I 1 .1 . . . r t, 1 HCOlirCC - - . I e M vst cry. It is said in tho Chester' oapftr. that the body of Mr. Joseph 'er, who c jinc to his end so mysteri-j on Ins way home irom jJallimore, 1 had uiven evidence against Me- i.r kidpanping a colored girl) has ; . t... T 1 . . T-;,.l-.. .1 ! in O ' J n 1 II f AIIIIIIII;U l 115, J IV. IV V illiu ! I m, of Oxford, and on analyzing jwels a large quantity of arsenic ,otmd therein. They are satisfied that ,M. was poisoned, and did not commit cid". NmiRow F.scapf. As Mr. Joseph Willets ' . , . , , , ,,' , j v;i srtting alone in nis otneo in i eari sireci. n the outside door of the office, and upon in- I I I III . IJ.I J 11,. II, 11, - , , Ul.l..'. , . . W vsti"ating the cause discovered an athletic r.i. witii 1 rironn-nin Hmnmncr in i n i:riiir. "; V:"7 1.. ,1" ,1 ii-.i ! I'Air. lll(H miuiiJHiaii;i v iuiicjuuuiiu luimu I the inner door, inn man unmeuifiiuiY uuautvtju , . ,.i : i: ...1.. t i . ,. .1.m1iTiort tl.o .ftn Hi' milt 1 wh 1 fin i4-iiwii j '- ,o-j'- and sash. Fortunately the office was on the ground floor, and Mr. Willets was enabled to 'mil, hi escane out of the widow iust as the ' ...u.,iU,.i t, ,1 r,.rr,,l nn (inlranrp nnil vn2 - l.-1,ll IU II I.'".' .... . " ' - " " " t . t.. i ...:.t. .1 1 IK! Iinil W.H 5WII antl omuit-u uy ouiiic "i , -it i t . i . JteilOll IIU llll'J "Y SUIU'i IIICUIIH V.3V.UJ.(,VA UUill liis watchers. A Y. Tribune. . .... ...... I .... I I... iiii.ii. a f,o,nAfl Irnm I Flowers Blooming Artificially. Some ....... I ...... i xiirimis nmtirmifnl U'iiv mlrl ck ago, a J'arif. by at Pari, by Mr. Herbert, in the prcs- , f, .i ,.t,An J,r,l i rill K Ul i o ivvi uiiuiim-u, iiiuiuuiii. vim , .,, . . OJ : v,,,i renorters of lite press. A canvass awning had . 1...... .xi, I hi, ,w,i r llif. Itnnfo vnril nnil n (rv ... . . . I.UT71I l.lll I., HI.I1I ill,, .'.uiw.utu, u.a t ..v.,. . , ' . " Vt i :.i ' IV ti l llllll 4 1 I I I I I . Illllll 1 I . L d I I I'l till I l!ll I- ootn naturally, but hav- rcinoved, they were in a droop- came in with some gar- ey began the experiments. At first they watered a Lilly and a Dahlia, with , ,. - , ,-, , , , .. - , . .:,, kii i,. ....I limi.c irwl rairf.rnil t hnm tv tt n no! I . rrlftcu. j (ft I VI J l'IIW t rillU .ll LIVU llJWiii vb.V'i'iatAv.x- rs. Ininvdiatcly the temperature rose inside by the ebullition of the compound, and the men, by applying their hands on the glass, and opening or shutting a small valve fixed on it, appeared to measure and regulate the ln,'at. After ten minutes, the glasses were removed, and to the delihgt of all, the plants were covered with lull-grown flowers, filling the air with their perfume. To prevent any suspicion of foul play, a flower-pot was suspended by wires, and th experiment repeated on it. In the end, all tho flowers were blown, and each lady went away with a mag- I tl 1 til-l.'Ilt I1M..('1V y The Spanish Government have abolished the franking privilege of its officials from the beginning of this year. Even the official correspondence of the Ministry must pay postage. Henceforth, also, every official will get his salary at a fixed day a thing never before heard of in Spain. Statute of Washington in Genoa. A Genoese gentleman has erected in his ground, on a beautiful knoll overlooking the haibor of the. city, a m tgnificient marble fctat-trte. of Wajhinjrton. THE NEW JERSEY LEGISLATURE- "IsENATE. Wednesday, Jan. 21. Bills Noticed Mr. Alexander, to recharter Princeton Bank. Passed To prevent fraudulent elections by incorporated Co's., 14 to 0. To explain the act relative to executions. 13 to 0. Sup. to Militia Law, 13 to 0. To charter the Pa von i a Land Association, 11 to G. Sup to the Newark Plank Road charter, 16 to'o. General Plank Road Law, 12 to 3. (Zabris-kie. Hopper and Manners.) Passed To authorize G. C. Ramsey, to deliver certain deeds, 14 ta 9. Bills Noticed By Mr. Alexander, act rel ative to foreign Judgments ; also, act relative to conveyances. r Wednesday, Feb. 4. HOUSE. Note. Messrs. Butcher, Cqn over, S. W. Jones and Napton, presented pe titions yesterday in favor of new county oi Jackson ; and iMr. Gonover presented a peti tion in favor of Maine Liquor Law J Mr. Ward, two remonstrances from Last Windsor, against going into new county of Jackson ; also one from Hightstown, lor a law to inflict penalties on swine running at large within three quarters of a mile from said vil lage. Messrs. Geroe, Vansickle. Collver and Day for Maine Liquor Law. Mr. Ilay wood, for an increase of pension o John Carter, a revolutionary soldier. He now draws $40, and wants $30. Also, for an alteration in the Usury Laws allowing contracts to be made fur seven per cent. Mr. A Jones, in favor of Camden and Key-port Railroad. The joint committee to examine the books and papers in the Treasurer's office relatingto the business of Banking, report that during the year ending December 31, 1851, filteen banking Associations have been established The committee have found the securities al deposited in the treasurer's hands. The ag gregate amount of these securities is $774,- 145, 28, less $149,209, rsturned by the treasurer for the like amount of bills withdrawn from circulation. The gross amount of bills issued is $916,81 1. The total amount of bills in present circulation is $767,002. Circulating bills to the amount of $ 1 19,209 have been returned to the treasurer by certain of said Associatious, which were counted cancelled and destroyed by the committee. The committee take great pleasure in saying that they have found the books and accounts accurate and neatly arranged and kept, and have been greatly facilitated in the dis charge of this branch of their investigations. 'jjero,i to be printed. Mr. Hancox, from Judiciary, sup. against usury; respeciing writs of certiorari ; sup. to vice and immortality punishing drunkenness sup. to act for relief of creditors. Mr. Hitchner, Elections, new Congressional districts. Mr. Hancox in pursuance of one days no tice. introduced a resolution, to repeal the . of lhn rTouse -excluding nrivat 01. I, nf:rr tiinptv ln-a "I'lio rocf.l i it win adopted. Mr. Haywood, a new township in f to be called Manchester. Mr. Fayerwoather, to repeal chart" pic s iaitK ai 1'atterson. Mr. Merchant, rcducitig the to practice law. 1T r 1liri,rV,t rntntirn in Irncnn:'. . 1 1 1, 1., iviuini, iu njimso., rnestic fowl Mr. Conover, to charter Shrewt road Co. J Passed To enable the ownef land to drain the same. "y. 3 o'olock. Ordered 3d Reading tt act limiting the hours of labor. Sup. to Lien Law. To authorize a bridge over Cq in Monmouth. ' The bill arranging nw Congresiw trict was taken up, and postpone present V Thursday, Fel 1,1- S E X AT E , Reports. By Mr. 1 ? 1 T t.;n i irt 1 ti uill iv main 1 nio X 11)1 CIILC dlltl X I Tfj Plank Road ; to charier Red Dank Ste, Company. Mr. Alexander introduced a bill relative to rnro- n ;,i.moi,((, loreign judgments 7), ,7 A l.;il KT...T . llonmlarv of Trenton,n rhnrt,.r Mwlr11fn-r o.ii.'.. uiu iu unci i in i ii western w and Shrewsbury Steamboat Company, 12 to 3 A bill to charter Camden and Atlantic Railroad Company, was ordered a third read ing. Mr. Alexander reported a bill to confirm ti tle to lands to II. T. Wells. Mr. Potts reported a bill to charter Erina Benevolent Association. Bills Noticed. By Mr. Davis, a sup. to Freehold and Jamesburg Railroad. Passed. The bill relative to annual reports to be made by Railroad and other companies 18 to 1. The Senate then proceeded to the Assembly Room to go into joint meeting. Upon their return Mr. Alexander gave notice of a sup. to the act regulating the ce of Law. 1 1 0 U S E . Petitions. Mr. remonstrance against the Maine signed by about 2000 persons. monstrance in German. Messrs. Fennimore, Munn,' Clark, presented several petitioi Maine Liquor Law. Mr. Ward and Mr. BeardsIejT ted a remonstrance againstr Law. j Mr. Vandyke, against new son, from Millstone. I iir. v ansiCKie, againsi i the practica of medicine, merit throwing off all rest a special committee con Shann and Van Vorst Mr. Conover, to chan road Co. Mr. Mills mo list of unfmishfc regulate fisheri for other p to a spec Campbell, Bills Pass real estate in The sup. to its operations to thaso already r th?V asides , A, was advocated by Messrs. Brown, and Geroe, and opposed by Messrs. Haywood and J. M. Clark, and passed, 4b to 9. JOINT MEETING. On motion of John Huyler, Hon. John Man ners of Hunterdon, was elected Chairman of the Joint Meeting. The list of nominations was taken up : FOR STATE TREASURER. R. M. Smith of Mercer, was elected unan imously. KEEPER OF STATE PRISON. Wra. B. Vanderveer, of Morris, and Alferd Smith of Monmouth were nominated. Mr. Vandeveer received 54 votes. Mr. Smith, 19. Mr. Vanderveer was declared duly elected. FOR INSPECTORS CF STATE PRISON. SaThuel Kay .William A. Benjamin of Mer cer, Charles Jippencott, of Burlington ; Jo seph Cunningham and Samuel Wooley, of Mercer, elected without opposition. FOR STATE LIBRARIAN. Sylvester Vansicklo and William De Hart were nominated. Mr. Vansyckel received 54 votes. Mr. De Hart 16. Mr. Vansyckel was declared elected. FOR STATE DIRECTORS. Camden and A mboy Rail Road Samuel N. Haines, of Burlington, and Henry Hillard of Morns were nominated. Mr. Haines received 55 votes. Mr. Hillard 17. Mr. Haines was declared duly elected. For Delaware and Raritan Canal William G Steele of Somerset, and Thomas Milnor of Burlington, were nominated. Mr. Steele received 54 votes. Mr. Milnor 18 votes. Mr. Steele was declared duly elected. The following persons were then elected for Judges and Commissioners. MONMOUTH. Judge Win. P. Forman. Commissioners Tunis V. D. Conover, Freehold ; Levi Scobey, of Atlantic ; John B. Gilford, and Robert Laird, of Wall ; Silas Newman, of Howell ; Hartshorn Tnntum, of Millstone. MIDDLESEX. Judge .Abraham Provost .of Nor h Bruns-s wick. Commissioners Frederick Stultz of North Brunswick ; Samue! Freeman, South Amboy ; Thomas Huffman, Monroe ; Bethnel Ward, Piscataway. OCEAN. Jndge David J. C. Rogers. PASSAIC. Judge Henry P. Simmons Commissioners Manchester, David Alyea ; West Milford, William A. Pulis. Friday. Feb. 6, 1852 S E NATE. Reports. Mr Alexander. (Jtid.) act for partition of lands in certain cases. Mr. Birdsall introduced sup. to Freehold and Jamesburg R. R. Co. Passed. To erect the township of Stew-artvillc in Warren Co. Further sup. to act concerning Roads. Further sup. to charter of Belvidere Delaware R. R. Co. Sup. to ter of Trenton Water Works Co. To ''nt sneak gunning upon the sea coast. 'He President presented a Message from vovernor, announcing the presentation of i Resolutions of the Legislature to L. "uth, by Lieut. Col. G. S. Cannon, and A . i ' 3?!Ttunicating his reply. v Ordered Third Heading- To charier Flor-1 ..j and Freehold Plank Road co. ; Joint V-soIutions relative to building Treasury To annex Petty 's Island to Camden ; to act to facilitate administration of fVtiee. HO U S E .Petitions, &-ine Liquor Law. tye. In favor of Messrs. Applegate and Crowell, from Mid K C a . H Mr. Haines, two from Burlington. iIr. Yansickel, three from Hunterdon. j- Mr. Collver, two from Sussex. Mr. Vandyke, four from Mercer Mr Campbell, two from Cumberland. f Mr. Doughty, one from Somerset Mr. Hitchner. one from Salem. Mr. Haywood, several from Ocean. Against Maine Lienor Law. Mr, Beards- - . - ley, from Essex. Mr. Carpenter, one signed by 1000 persons from Hudson. Mr. Geroe, one from Passaic. Mr. Conover, a remonstrance from Millstone against going into new county of Jackson. Mr. Haywood, to enable New Egypt M. E. Church to sell real estate. Reported. Mr. Jackson (Ed. Com.) to charter Trustees of West Jersey Academy. Bills Passed. Amendments made in the Senate to bill chartering Pavonia Land Co. Respecting taxes in Milford, Passaic and Deptford in Glouchester. To bill erecting bridge over Compton's Creek, Monmouth. The bill to create county of Jackson, was called and postponed to Wednesday next. A communication was received from the Governor, including a letter written to Governor Kossuth, which was despatched with solutions of the Legislature, by Lieut. S. Cannon- one ol the Governor's and delivered by him to Kossuth, at nd together with the reply of Gov. h. thanking the Legislature for their ions and invitation, and promising, if e, to accept the invitation before his r.o Europe. following is the correspondence as al- above : N. Jersey, Executive Dep't ) Trenton, January 30, 1852. cllency, Louis Kossuth Sir: the honor of transmitting to your y a certified copy of certain resolu- lation to your Excellency, and to le of national non-intervention, passed th Senate and General f this State. resolutions meet my crodial assent, ' Ve the aDnrobation of the citizens sfVf fie. Permit me to unite with the two hscs in the earnest and sincere wish nat you wilt hnd it convenient to visit our state capitol at an early day, and if possible betore the adjournment of the Legislature.- Be assured of our ardent sympathy for the wrongs your country- and you own success in the noble efforts you are making for the free dom and rights of Hungary. My Aid-de-camp, Lieut. Colouel G. S. thfi i i 'I ) - V V M M Cannon, is the bearer of this, together with the resolutions herein referred to. 1 have the honor to be, With high respect. Your obedient servant, Gno. F. Fost, Cleveland, Feb. 3, 1852. His Excellency, Gov. George F. Fort : Excellency Lieut. Colonel G. S. Cannon? has delivered me your kind letter and resolutions adopted by the Legislature of New Jersey, which as you were kind to assure me, met your Excellency's cordial assent, and the approbation of the citizens of this state which was also the stronghold of the doctrine and the principles of national independence. Be pleased, Excellency, to receive, and to express to the Legislature my most hearty thanks for the honor the commonwealth of New Jersey has conferred upon me, and for the acknowledgement of the great principle of intervention of one Government to alter, modify, abolish or prescribe the form of government of another nation, to be an infraction of the law of nations. I am firmly convinced1 that the Legislature and the goTe-rrrment of" New Jersey will tak3 the necessary steps that this great principle should be adopted, and respected. 1 have the firm intention to avail myself or your gfenerous invitation before 1 leave the United States, but it is impossible for me to fix;the precise time of my return to the Eastern States. Allow me also to express my high regards which I entertain for your Excellency, and for your ardent sympathy for the success of Freedom and right in Hungary, which depends so much upon the action of tho United States. I have the honor to be, With high respect, Excellency, Your obedient servant, L. Kossuth. The Keyport and Camden Railroad bill was taken up, and while under consideration the House adjourned. Monday, Feb 9. SENATE. Reported By Mr. Alexander (Judiciary) sup. to the law concerning the practice of Courts (authorising the testimony of the opposite party to be taken previous to trial, in cases of infirmity, sickness or contemplated absence from the State :) sup. to a law concerning limitations of actions (forbidding suits to be brought against the estate of a decedent under 6 months, except in cases of alleged fraud, or for the physician's or funeral bill. By Mr. Potts (Corporations) sup. to tho Jamesburg Agricultural R. R. By Mr. Davis, a bill to charter the Monmouth Co. Life and Health Insurance Company. Ord. 3d Reading. Sup. to the act to enable Dover, Middletown, and Howell, to convey real estate. An invitation to attend Dr. Baird's Lecturo was read and accepted. Monday, Feb, 9. HOUSE. Petitions By the Speaker, for an appropriation of $200 per annum to-every county which will sustain a Teacher's Institute 10 working days in the vear : also an invitation to Dr. Baird's Lecture this evening accepted. By Mr. Beardsley, from Elizabethpirt, for commissioners to establish and regulate graces and four remonstrances against the Maie Law. By Mr, Napton, from Trenton, ag-sit the Maine Law, and by Mr. Geroe iron? Passaic. By Mr. Conover, against changing ths name of the Shrewsbury Mutual Fire iusurance Co. By Mr. Haywood, to paevent deer hunting in Ocean Co. for five years. By Mr. Munn, from Elizabeth, and Geroe from Passaic, against Maine Law. Mr. Fennimore offered a concurrent resolution to adjourn sine die, on Saturday, the 2f tit instant. Laid on the table. Mr. J. M. Clark called up from list of unfinished business, to create the new county ol Union. Bills Noticed. Mr. Hitchner, to charter Pittstown turnpike Co. Mr. Stinton,- sup. relative to voting by ballot in townships. Mr. Mills, sup. to Glassboro' and Carpenter's Landing turnpike Co-. Mr. Collver, to protect fish in Long Pond. A Jones, to prevent swine from running at large at Crosswicks ; to charter Ml. Holly and Moorestowa turnpike Co Mr. Collver, to change mode of voting i:t Walpack. Air. Fennimore, supplement to township, act. Bills introduced Mr. Fennimore, to charter Burlington Gas Co Mr. Carpenter, to charter Hudson co. Marine and Fire Insurance Co. Mr. Albright, supplement to Sussex Iron Co. Mr. Munn, to charter Bloomfield and Newark R. R. Co. Mr. Tatem, to charter Williamstovrn and Good Intent Turnpike Co ; also to chrrtcr Gloucester County Mutual Fire Iusurance Co. The Camden and Key-port Railroad bill w as-taken up. Mr. Smock moved to amend by striking out the word near," and insert through' Keyport. Most. The bill was then ordered to have a third reading. The bill to divide the township of Newton in Sussex, was on motion of Mr. Stinson, postponed to the next session of the Leisla ture. Attempted Suicide in Court. The Cin.r cinnati Gazette says, that in the Court of Common Pleas, last week, the jury ia the case of John Ackley, a colored man charged with killing Garnet Smith, also colored, last July, returned into Court with a verdict of guilty of murder in the second degree. Hardly had the verdict been, announced by the clerk, before the prisoner drew a dirk knife from his pocket and stabbed himself twice in the left breast. He "was. instantly seized by the bystanders, and after much trouble the knife was taken from him. The wounds were deep, but not dangerous. Quite an excitement was created in the court room by the occurrence. OCT They are getlihg the foitifications of England ljito order with a view to be read v. for a. French invasion.

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