Camplior igars jor 1 james. - bomebody in Paris has started a theory that all diseases are owing to the presence of parasitic animÃ¡is infesting the human sysLem, and to counteract their injÃ¼riaus effects recommends inlialation through quillscharged with camphor. The theory has taken and multitudes of the fashionables, particularly the ladies, can be seen holding a camphor cigar between their ruby lips. "The fashion has been int'roduced into Ãew York, as effectual for breath sweetening and Ã¼old curing. The Mirror says they are â ui excellent luxury. cold or no cold, and x panacea for calarrh, sore throat, &c. It is nimorcd thnt Mr. Packenham, the British minister at Washington, has been instructed by his govermtfent, to demand of uur? an explanation'in regard to the very extraordinary letter of Mr. CulhoÃ¼n to-Mr. King, in which the latter was instructed to teach the court of Franco that the British govern. ment is false and hypocritical in its movements ogainst the slÃ¡ve trade, Se. We 6hould not wondor if this provea truÃ¨. -Emancipator.Sir WilliÃ¡m Davedcnt, who obUnned the jt patent from Ãharles II. for dramatic permanees, had, by somc nccii'ent, loat llie sater pari Ã¶f his nÃ¶se. He was fullowed e day by an old wotnan, who kept ciying, rod preserve your eyesight," at Jast lie tuniround, and asked the beggnr "whyshe lyed so earneslly for his eyeBight," and d, "he was not pure blind as jet.' "No, ," said she, "but 'Ã¼' ever y on should be, u hove no place to hang your 6pctacles on."