[liori. Henvy A. WisÃ©. This was the reason given by the Hon. II. A. Wise, in Congress for opposing a motionofMr. Buswell, to allow naval apprentices, whenfound rcorthj, to be ap pointed midshipmcn. "We must have gentlemen for officers." Gentlemen means slaveholders, of course. Sothinks slaveholder Polk, and so think the Subservient Senate. Congress have passec a bilÃ for cstablishing a ncw regiment o mounted riflemen, and all the officei's have been appointed. The Colonel is from Louisiana, the lieutenant colone from South Carolina, the major from Kentucky ; and seven of the ten captains are from the South - of course, you know Emandjpator.