When the last mails left New York, there was a
convention of delegates from fifteen of the States assembled at Philadelphia, to consider the propriety of revising the Tariff. The Southern States call for its total repeal ; the Middle States will be content with its modification ; the Northern only support it. The general opinion is, that the wishes of the Middle States will prevail.
It is mentioned, in the New York Standard, that a fresh in- surrection has broken out among the negroes of the Southern pro- vinces, but no particulars are given.