Thcre is notliin of vcry grcnt importance from Washington. Tlie Scnatc have been occupied in discu8sing the Orcgon question. The disciursc have had n moro pacifio aspect 6ince the reception of the foreign news. Mess. s. Clayton, Webster. Cass, Colquitt, Allen and others had panicipated in the debates. In ihe House, the western Harbor nnd Rivor Bill carne up for discussion. Jt wns virulcntly oppoBcd by Rhctt of S. C, nnd McConnelI and Pnyne of Alabama. Their langunge is eaid to hnve been most instilting and virluperativc. - Whcreat the Western Democratie members feel themsclves aggrieved. Poorsouls! They have no jii9t causo of complaint. They bccame the voluntary vassals of the Sunth vhen they ratified the Texas inkUty. and they must not now dis- pu'e the will of their mnsters in any particular. Messrs. BrinkerhoofTand McCicll'ind replied.