Aoout 70 speeches wcre mude in the IIousp :n givintj the notice to England. At the laicst dates, il was pending in the Scnnte. A great battle on llie subject was expccled in which Coss would tnke the afiirmnlive and Culhoun end someof the Wlng Senators tte negative. The procecdings have no special interest. A new TnrifFbill is said lo be neor]y ready for pre?entafion, and 6ome knowing poliiicians surmise that tlie Oregon country isto be!given up fo uf, wbjlÃ¨ all that is valnable in t.ho present TarifF will bo''given to England in exchange, ob a compeneiUion. - Of this, however, there is yoÃ no evidence.