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Two Bishops --Pro and Con the War--The Metropolitan Record, Archbishop Hughes' New York organ, publishes a correspondence between that famous ecclesiastical dignitary and Bishop Lynch, of Charleston, on the subject of the secession of the Southern States and the war. The correspondence is too long for publication in our columns, and is devoted to a discussion of the merits of the issue which has been debated, ad infinitum until now there is no longer room or time for debate. It must be s
r their muskets and bear the responsibility.
Let them not send Irishmen to fight in their stead, and then stand looking on at the conflict, when, in their heart of hearts, they care little which of the combatants destroys the other."
Archbishop Hughes, in his reply, does not undertake to answer Bishop Lynch's reasoning upon the causes which have led to the war. He declares that he was a friend of peace until the war began, but does not now dare to hope for peace until he can see some sol
Burglary. --We learn that the dwelling house of Mr. Larkin W. Glazebrook, on the corner of Clay and 2d streets, was entered and robbed on Saturday night last. The burglar took the beds, bedding and furniture — so we learn — thus rivalling the daring exploits of Jonathan Wild. For brazen impudence, this felony exceeds any we have heard of in a long time. Fortunately, when the family removed temporarily to the country, as they did some time since, the silver plate was entrusted to the care of a neighbor. We have not heard that any clue has been obtained by which the guilty party may be detected. Some person unknown rang the bell about nine o'clock Saturday evening--possibly the burglar himself, who took this means of apprising himself of the absence of the famil
Runaway. -- Reward.--Ranaway, on the 3th of August, my Negro Woman named Betty, about 8 years old, five feet four inches high, black, who was to Joseph Davis, on Broad street. She has a mark on the face, in consequence of a mu plaster she had on, which place is darker. She has children in Cumberland county, where I bought her of Mr. J. M. Price.--Her mother lives with Mr. S. Ste , in Augusta county. No doubt she may try to get to one of these places; or she may be in this city. I will give the above reward it delivered to me here, or if ledged in jail in the county or city. se 9--6t* Joseph Stern.