om Judge Willard, and after remaining in their room till twelve o'clock at night, sealed a verdict for $400 for Mr. Effingham, which was delivered to the Court this morning.
This meagre verdict, under the circumstances, is a severe and mortifying rebuke to Cooper, who had everything his own way.
The value of Mr. Cooper's character, therefore, has been judicially ascertained.
It is worth exactly four hundred dollars.
Col. Webb's trial comes on this afternoon; his counsel, C. L. Jordan, Esq., having just arrived in the up train.
Cooper will be blown sky high.
This experiment upon the Editor of the Courier and Enquirer, I predict, will cure the handsome Mr. Effingham of his monomania for libels.
The rest of the story shall be given here in Mr. Greeley's own words.
He begins the narrative thus:—
The responsible Editor of the Tribune returned yesterday morning from a week's journey to and sojourn in the County of Saratoga, having been thereto urgently persuade