We ivceive by thisnrrival llie most distrcssing accounts dom the manufticturing nnd mining district:; of Englandand Scotland. whcre a series oÃ alanning riots havo Inoken out. The woikingmen seem dcterniincd to reaist all attetnpts ihat ruay be made to eilect a Ãurther reduciion in their wages. and ara insisting upon a furllier restoration o" the ratea of itÃ'.VJ und 1810. Wo have heretoforo noticcd the turn out of the collicis in Siafibrdshire, and that they had visited the pits in ii:e adjoining countics. fox the purpose of compelling the pcople empÃoyed therein to jblfa them Some of theni readily acceded, but others rosist-ecl, and thcy then returned to their own homes. The turn-out weavers and spinners seetn to have adopted a similar course, bul in consequence ol the crowded 6ta;e of the population in the mnnufacj.ur,ing distnets, thcy were l e more formidable in their irruptions. Alter nninerous meetings at Staleybridjje, Ashton. and Mottram. there was a general turn-out of the spinners and weavers at the loriner place, in compliancc with the demands or an immense mob. A procession was then tonned wit.'i banneis, on wiiich were inscribed tlieir detcrnu'nation not to resume labor uniil their wages were raised to the same rate as in lÃ¼',',0 and 1840. They compeiled colliers, calicÃ³ printers, and other trades, to join them, and went to Ã¼uehinfield, Ashton, Oldhatn. Ã¯lyde, Fairiiold, Droylsden,. Demon, and other surrounding towns, stopping the milis in all these places. At Manchester :hey were ftcrjucntly dispersed by the military, lu re-assembled. and succeeded ! in stopping all the works of Manchester and j ford. Thence they extended iheir iucursions to Stockpon, JMaccleslicld, (Ã¯lossop, Tintwistle. j Huywood, Mildleton, Oldham, llochdale, Bury i BollÃ³n, Ciioiley, lilacUlnirn, Clitheroe, Burnley, j Preston, Vigan, and all the surrounding towns, j whore the pcpulation wpa great or manufactQries j existcd, causing one universal and wide 9pread Ã¯n&urrcction, whilst a similar coiUBB was puieucc'. ! by the colliers in the Stailbrdshire poitencs and at Glasgow. Since Tuesday, iho Pth instant, Manchester has l)etn in a coinplete state of dis , orgnnizai.ion - a! business bei tig at d stand still, and the mÃ¼itary bcing constamly cnnaged in disperaing rj-otous asBemUages. There lias, hwever, been, comparative'y speaking, very linie! (estruciion of property, and not nmch plunder. ' ihough many of the iiiiÃ¼s liave boen auacketl and i the shop-kcepers have been comp'lled to give np their stocks of provisions. At Hahiax, Hlackliurn, and Preston, the military have fired upon the inobs, and several IjvÃ©a have been lost. The mili owne.'s, havirrg boen compeiled to close thoir establiahmentÃ³, iave determinod not to re-open Ãieto, uniÃ¼quiet shalj have been perfectly feefltored. ilumlit'dd Ã³f thous::iÃ¼s oÃ! people, aic, tiicrelbre. without breud. The cliai iists, vvhu have taktn pdvantage of tlie drsiurbÃ¡hcea, are [apidly extenchÃ¼t: t'n'ir view?, and the papers teil us tliat Ãho peojile a:o dividoii - one section de- chiring for higher woges und the other lor the charter. The government linve isfiued a proclftination offerinL' a rcward of L:-li) ior the appahenbbn o! ! ;ho rtngleadors in any of i!ies3 otÃ¼hreaks. T hree or fouv of the Icatling charlista in the vicintty of Manchester have been arrestÃªd, and wniriinls are out for Uic apurelicnsion of otiiers.