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--e wil clng to the Pillars of the Temple of our Libertie and If I mt fall, we will Perish aSI&- &he ains."
E geneAIaCourt Hous6,s cmy i i o
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. - d sut an~edandalularrear
sth spdo of the Pub.
' OWb csinned iless
the4ijiratin of the
c- -r on. &A
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itbo time the work
adtaes t the Edistor,
beg~ Itoosemarkd stdrlyattn
.- neatdio yor
f Rouir Rue
3i 0co5mpo of aour
iL.thasti of bisA an6e#9 anure t ois
ubd.4s.n o rorse
-m %epoc what-.
-to-u te planr,
o.eur Srofk4r tbo-o
ofgartisf our State. It
* hi paOf some, that
it evisctd. by the
Satri -t sbeof
- tey. atie oi
auke ern s.e ut stij c. it is time
ialefac hlandt, tOat have been
. icyea,~jr, to yield a
eihit deight be plan
fiasiill Ie un that ifm.onlyin ingry
StV eas mde by- the
*f(ari f place in the
Stnafbis sh or
Go p acted. that the
ise.oUemterityb ; it way grow
bl $tfoished oith if proper
a leves ut silllack its fruit,
sl e fast abatom ingredient
helbah fr, sltosher otn to be
A i t WmoebU9-r in a ver
ii gin. aongTh .Act mt staike
everyonAhid fhas observed the growse
t core U rieap ce there will be
ound hal loking stalks, with little or
noe .. 111; or in aoiber pae syalks not
~I~esaiby bear two or thr e times
oz~dhyfrin. -.-5St -nrdu -~ h
thal'a plant looks to
- tity ~btt r is but one under
oredhtefplmt-is beyond our power to
alel. epae inUence the light and
beparphasea, or -aler-th a pitoombin
ethestsph cr, bui cird ' tyhwe ran
fi0.1*Ature'an comspo~ un of Soils,
e aemantteiand.as roarl
rank among thm it certaioly
ale for" his by by h hose
g NsDroie. the soil is cat per
FU%~N* u Ilnodepeadent r %viwat
~scaulaia'et ws itomayhae, et
a10o amc~ .et, arateal os
plan tand fo a.th axle. lesso
shl ~ geterepaei on~res Aother
rform'uaa is, that ieti som bin
iy t~he aronie'~aeid o the paie,
aso'ihepat that rio the clsarbo-n
*hm ta fact weted we ithrle
bef~O amo.Te rs svrl thmas
c teala,'a-t aluable ond indio
ulI exramsi ned to a on~reeret
ahee pers h asub f arebetveno
waseiand ato atinameblr
tha la oti oan less
i the atmthoezAainnia
iane th'aIt woud nt et
Aot 4etected. I ttm.: therefore. inclined to
Wlieve that all Marls contain Phospateof
Lime in small qtnttiies. and it isdifficult
to beliere otherwise, independent of direct
experiment, as the sholls &c. which ap
pear to enter., principally into the forni
tioa of 31arl,, cantain this P.hasphate so
importan1,even i't very minute q xntities.
to the grow th of grain ; and itsuy other
plants, as will besee.n by referriug to the!
later works on agriculture.. It woud Ie
weIl Instate tha the quantity of Phosphate
of Lime preset, appeara to be direcuy ini
proportion to the quantity of Carbonate of'
Lime, which last substaunce ip, the .prici
oiu one to be lnoked arter and the 4,tima
tioo of its propmtion in a Marl will nitmt
commonly gave us ajust idea of the value
of the Marl. ,.. L. S.
Foas the Sesthcra Caticatr.
Cut lorms.--Wo anne. ay4 he A
merican Farmer. with feelings of plea
sure, the following truly valuable corm
muniction from Dr. Samuel D. 3lartin.
upon the rahbits, nature and spoecies of the
cut-worms, and from eur personal knowl
edge of the scientiic and practical knowl
edge- the. acute observation. and philo.
sophie turn of mind of t writer, we are
e'onvinced that the ijitns which lie su,
gests, for their destruction, nre thoic the
best adapted to that p'urpose. Farmers
and planter', whose lande .are itiested
with the cut-worins will Jo well to boar
in mind what the Doctor says upon the
Last spring I collected some cut-worms
and put them-into a glass jar with a sulli
ciency of dirt, where I fed them until they
roled hemselves vp in mud balls. By
cat-worms I mesi a worm about at inch
loWgf al grey color, that lives under the
,ground, and comes out in the night, and
dark cloudy days, and cuts off a plant,
eats pat and endemyors to drag the balance
into tbo groutid aler it. When taken out
of the ground he puts his head and.tail
together and rolls himself into a kidney
shape. Those cut-*orms, after going imo
the chrysalisstate, produced a grey miller
or moth, such as we frequena.ly, see.shqnt
our candleein the -simmer time, and are
called byl's candli-fdies. -
I kept three of those millers in'a jarand
!hey deposited their eggs uipo sone .lo
-er "eaves and bloom that K put In the
jar. Os the 24th of June tihoe eggs
btechei.liule eaterpillars or cut-worms.
I fed theni principally upo young clovcr
leaves. I think these must lia-e been
several hundred: I did not count them.
When they were nearly grown they be
came so voracious, aud required the jar,
which had held only three pints. to be
filled so frequently that I killed all but
three of theta; these wound up in mud
balls on the 21st of July, cune out millers.
moths or candle-dies, as you may chiooe
to .call them, from the 5th to the 7th of
August. Unfortunately all the moths were
of one ses, so that I lost the breed; these
I call the two-crop cut-worm.
Other cut-woris that I put up at the
same time, that is, early in :ho spring. lid
not produce moths until the lih of Au
guist; these were not quite as dark coloretd
as the first. These 1 call the one ca-op
ct-t-worm. This will reconcile the state
ments of two writers upon ihe subjeci,who
have difered about the time the ioth
makes itb appearance, the two crop hindls
appearing at both thne. I saw. also, the
moth that produced the cui-weti iolcra
bly abundant in my clover field in Oc
This moth is a night fly and is rarelv
seen Jin the day time. unless roused frotu
its hjidiug places. From the attraction
tha fire has this kind of butterfly. (permiiit
use to call a moth a butterfl, in accord
sie isth its comimon amne) it is proa-n
ble ihat fires kindled in our fields with
brouda sud straw, of dark nights, might
destroy a great uumber of themn. Salt lpnt
on mthe gr-ound might also destroy the
worm: but the best remedy slat I bavec
ever tried is fall ph'austhiang. Thai, by de
stapying ,the vegeatauia, makes the fly
seekc other places o!'depositing her eggs ;
and it also destroys the roots of the grass
upon which the young wonrm would hive
during the winter. I have had no gem
infested by them where I have bad the
ground ploughed in the fall or wiflter.
This moth that produces the cut-worm
is tiue phsttaa Jetveutaler of ensomologists.
I have made experiments with the bud
worm and gruab-wocm, bthave tnt roomn
in this paper to give them. I was more
injured last ye~ar by the bud-worm than ti
the other wot'u .end losectr. . A nd it ha.
been the case for some yeari-st, that
they have done me more damage thnan any
other insect eftept the blister fl1 and
The cut-wornm is a very voracious eaut
terpillar, antd get their growth in tho snip
mer time in les's sham a month. Cold
weather retards their growth. ail those
that are hatched in the fall remain in a
torpid state during the winter, arnd e
theargrowth slowly in the apring.at whae'h
time they do as the principal damage in
cutting ofthey ung corn and other young
vegetables. 'hough they remain .in a
torpid state during lte winter, they require
food as soon as the weather gets warm in
the spring, and if the- vegetation has beeen
all destroyed by fall or wiater- ploughing.
which is rarely the case, they njust starve.
t I suppose it is not so. munch onthis
-naat~as the turning .p thberoitud and.
4 aseig their coeorts,-whiels allows the
~3and actto affect them.
SAX'z. D). 3JATaa .
gut~r~a Woms.-We hiavtseejs it
his 's Immled in various aietent
ral publications to sprinkle salt plentifullY
over tie beds in a garden, infested by cut
worms. We hav, never tried it fior..this
puriKSe. but ,hnuld it fail to drive off the
cut wnms. it wilt act as a powerful stinu
lant to plants. and h-.sen ithem on to ina
lu:ify more rapidly.-Pianter.
Extraordinary s stem qf Marriage in
Rus.ia.-Though \ 'hi:31onday may be
cosuidered as tue great matrimonial fair.
it is not to be supperd that marriages are
not ccebr:atcd at all limes Liid at! seasons,
except during Ohe fas;s. Somite:iumes the
niode of pri.ccdure has l-'! very summa
ry. as happened to one oalcourcouttrymien.
lie was a imehmuetit orgreat respect ability
-ad was attached it) a P ni.tian lady. No
impediment oliered itseif, except the olle
which preriets the inion of people of dif
f'ercnt religins; and. ns a furigner atid
l'rotestaut. lie met with mnetsii dl;icul y in
obtaining permissina. As he had a friend
at court who could gains the inpcrial ear,
he was conmissiune-l to apply to the
fountlain head. It was necessary to await
ia 8casonahle opportinity-a good-humor
ed moment, which graits everytlinsg-and
then strike. The oplportnyiv occurred
and it was in the afterno.zm. "Your A1a.
jsty." said the petitioner. "wi! permit
mile to infor you that one of my country
men is in grcat distrem.'' -'Iw?" replied
his 3'ajesiy, "an Englishman in disrcss ?.
What is is ; let ice Lnow ; if I.can remedy
it, depend upon it ; what lhelp.does lie re
quire I" "No, your 31ajesty, it is not
that; but he wishes to marry a Russian,
and.ihe clergy will not celebrate his mar
rinage." *-Now so ? let Win lie married
imediately (seechass.) I will givc the
uider instanly ;" and in five minutes the
imperial signature pertited the nuptials
to be celebrated. Now, it must lie recol
Iected that in R-tasia a permission of the
sovereign is a bonafide order ; and there
is this advantage in despolic governments.
that when a thiig is to be done it is done
betimes. The imperial signature authiri
zes at 5 p. m. the marriage of Mr. A. and
Miss 13. At 6 p. m. this order gets into
the hands of the proper authorities. It
arrives at the first office. where it is regis
tered ; at 8 it gets to another; at 10 it
may-bmve passed the synod; at 11 it is ic
the bands of the police. and at midnight
the police licers are trotting through the
streets to put i in exeeution, and summon
the parties themselves. Mr. - was fast
asleep. lie had given the case up as
hopeless; he mist nake the hest of it; lie
inust forget it ; he was hugging the pillow,
'was il he could hug; a thnideriug rap
at the door; and hefore he recoverm from
his frigtv, an armed police is at his bedside
with a roll of pnper in their hands. "His
liver is tirnel tt wa:er.' Those who
have not lived in uiissia can harJly ap
preciate wit.the vorki:igs of a marr's in
side are under such circumstances. A cold
swena coles all over hin; speak he can
not ; hut he rnters Ill himself. -it is all
tp with hn. Oh, moy n ife and chilJreu!"
n'13! exel:sunitui which signitica, myself.
31r. -said no snch ihing. he h.d no r.ire
and childs en, nor at that Isoment did it
appear probabei Ito his that he ever might
have any. As he was about to force ut
terance. he was stpped ly the otliccrs,
who sulhl hil tley flail a Warrant, which
must be e',ruie-l immediately (seerhauss.)
31. - t o.th; of pui sing sin his clothes,
an I, as ho wn, .acrificitig to Ihe graces the
offiicer coimenic, d residing. Fancy a rman
roused from his slunbeis in the niddle of
the night. trembling all over fron fear
more than from cold. siitng upon the edge
of the lied, drawing onl a stocking. *pin
ning 91alonly otut the time, and abiour to
hear, as lie supporses, liis exileu warranit.
By tho grace of GolI. A umocrat of all the
Itussian, &c.. Iie it shown." What was
his surprise, ihhen, t., flidthat this sentenace
wa-s a peruit to be married ! "What !
nowv 1" said 3Mr. --, "as this time of
ntight !" -lnsmediiitely" (seechiass) said
the ollicer; "ir is ordered." "-Oh. if it is
ordered the-n I know the rest" saiid Mr.
-- andl lie hurriedl on his clothes, and
acconmpaniedl the officer, to the dwelling of
his betrothed. What were her feelings
upon the oceasion, how the matter was
brokent to) her, whether uhe was asleep or
awahse, who explained them necessity of
immediate compliance-all these mut ters
have nma heen revealed. Mir. -- and
M.1iss - accomapanied the police officers
so the church. and the marriagn ceremony
was performsed itn the midldle of the night.
Tbm ofileers hadts doue their duty, Mr.
-- did hi-, insmuch as. he had obeyed
orders; and all the Piartiea shook .hands,
went home, and went to bed again.
The system of adlvertising for- wives,
does not exist in Rusnia; hut they way be
bought by private contract. The Russian
censul at Elsinore bought a Kamicatka.
womian. A common mode of procedure
is to emplov a third, .a dealei ia the trade.
She has a list of dcnnoisates a mnarier,. of
different ages and of dillerent value.
Admiral-.-'s aide.de-camp empl,,yed a
middle dealer, who found a wife for him
who had 70.000 rubles. They were mar.
ried, and the money was p aid by theolady's
father, dedlucting the dealer's eomlnission,
and 500 ruble, for a pianoforte,s htich was
the yourog lady's property, hut which had
not been stipulated for. So there are
three plans of procedure in the ntuptialkt'ue
-the summer garden the :rrriage de
coaneac., and the pig in thie poke.
4 Rgue? edm.Curiai*y sams,."
Eve osgehoknows any thing about
Mob ee~on whohas "the hang,'itf
our sitter city, is aware that tocated upon
SGovernment street is a regular "old cu
riosily shop"-a place where a general
assortment of a little of every bing can.be
procured at reduced prices. IMlooks like
a fit abode for an antiquary. - Around the
walls. the ceiling. and upon the obelves.
may he seen every species of ancient and
modern "nick-nack." Second-haud win
donblinds nd new gimblets. jews harps
and steamboat boilers. W arburton's-er
moos and wooden legs, rat-traps and tiut
megs.penny whistles aend damagcd train
bones, %%nutJ-chuck skins anl woodcn
clocks, psalm book-s and comic almnanacs,
ten-pennoy nails and Nayhar's cilery.eCal
cined magnet-in land canary bird cages.
..pruce beer and spro-sails. groceries and
grulbing hocs. lard oil and oil of tanzv.
Lqw's Serious Call to a Devout anl 1Jdy
Lire and the LUiw- of Alabamn. tly rsl
and gun it--we night run on for two
column11s and then would hardly coimence
a Calou;ue o.f what wuay be fuuud ic thit
strange variety store.
A couple of wagn vrete one ercnin;:
sitting in Charley Cullum's spacious nod
well ritted bar-room, di-essing mattert
and things in general and the euNles va
rietirs of nricles to be found at the shop
we have just spoken of in particular. One
orahem contended iha- thcro was nothint
that could not lie founid anud purcha.,ed at
the general variety store. and nlfercd to
lay any wager to that effiect. tlis cunrade'
was at first loth to hazard a stake. wthl!
knwiin the enlless assortment the sJip
contained ; out happened to think of an
article le felt confident was not inl the
keeper's possession, he offered simply to
bet "drinks all round" that it could nut be
found at the establishment.
"What is the article you name ?" en
quired the olier apeaker.
"A church pailpit !" was the rejointder.
"It is a be," sai-l bhi romrade. and with
this they started fur Governmnt street.
Arrived at the shnp. the question was put
directly to the keeper.
"Have you any churcb pulpits here ?"
said the first speaker.
"I believe I here one left !" re plied the
keeper; -a Presbyterian church pwu!lpit, if
that will answer your purposel."
The suirprise of the wags may be better
im'sined than described, its the keeper
conducted them to the back yard of li.%
estatilshnrent and pointed to a "sure e
nough'" pulpit which he had parebascd as
the sale of the.efects of a church recently
town dwa t"" make rtsom for a new one.
You can now almost get a bet that a pu'r
if veritable Siamese twins,or the bowsprit
or Noah's ark itself, can he purchased rt
the old curioisity shop. Government streot.
slubile.-N. 0. Picayune.
Present to the Turkish Sultan.-A most
superb andl elaborately fi-ushed Aspecimen
o English mannijatcure, imicnd-d nqa a
present froan Ali Effendi. the Turki.h am
hassador. to the S'ilhan. was yesterdlay
inspected by her Majo.sty and i- ra.il
hightness Prince Albert. at Buckinai21sam
palace. Tii4 costly present, whirhi w-t
manufaueured by Mr. Tainson, or Norf lk
ill-tinn, at a cost of 50) guiuans. i- an
uimbrella sf liutle more than the ordinry
size. comvi.-d* with rich brocaded crimson
s.sinmnmul'actureJ in Soitalfield-e xprei-4
ly far th.- ptirpos". The w hole of the
metal of which it is cnlposed, i4 of pu-a
The Lar:'le, which opens with a secret
spring. conritains a go!d chroometer. the
lIntl of w hicl is about nu i aeh an.) a balt'
in di.ameter. .Thu par contain.ig the
chronoineter unscrews. and letiosh: is a
sun dial adsi compass. (the plate df goll.)
set with a brilliant ofrse first water; upon
this p'rtion or the htadie being unserewed
the following~ articles are aranged ina six
conamamers: a thermometer, a pencil
case, Oadh watch key, a knfe sith Two
blades, then st ar and crescent engraved on
ine handhi,. n coinb, -a soothtpick, and- an
sornansensed cirenlar ease containintg(in
three d:sCiani) 25 leads.fobr the gud pesi'
cit h'olhs'r. In the next compartment o0
the hundlle is * mirror set in a harderin
of rhaw-d gohl.
The tube, irhich is or gold, highly ca
grarod, with a dasign of scrohl work and
ilawers, ( when divested of the handle. f(
rule, th o rf which containd. a power
ful mi riibly oroameuted ad
carved rd) isso ingeuiously coaitrived
as to form a'telescoperjttia twenty miles
range..baving a sliding taheto'adapt it to
vtarious sights andi distances. . The. wbhe
is enclosed in a red morech case, lined!
with green velvet ad white satan, with
thea star and the cresceot emblas'ened at
the focr corners- ad in the ee The
two tmassive hiandles, anal the'locks. keys
and hinsges, are of solid gold.-Lono
Pretty Gaod.-The editor of a cotuntry
paper having gone ton a neighboring vilage
to get married. the devil-printer's--took
the respousibility" of' gtttinig out the pa
per. TI'he foullowing'is the leader:
Reaier-gentle or agentle, as the cnse
may be-we miake to you our best -bow.
after the "lates; improved"! andi patented
London and Patis fashion, with a kind of
a jerk at the endet' it-addl declare our'
setlt your most humble-com tumble down
four pair ofatepuiervant. ~ho are yo'sx
you ask. WeIhwg'aax the HDZvir;!-not
theld! codgere obrLr, who goes about like
aroaring lion enling whom -.ho may do'
your somebody-nt by a feet., But we
donr care thea shake..o1' a con' 'l for
hima or any hot else. No---bloweEIf we.
do! -Wz'au. an independent DKVIu.-a|
portget rip senorrer of a fellow, an imported1
.cnetqnnuke..-nnt 'the ne that shnok thm'
iottom out of tle Mississippi-but the one
zhat can dance "sich a gittia' top stairs,"
till the buttons drop off the spectator'.
jackets. Its a comical chap we are, as
every body knows that knows anything.
We haven't got any political principles
excep, we believe in -roast beef and hard
cider," aurd go John Tyler the whole hug.
including the tail. W e love all the gi-is
harder than a muule can xKI-the pretty
Onca in particnlar-and oax "we know,."
double refined particular. We are out for
total absternation of all back cu.ahions, as
makes the woman's coas stand out hae
hind, (we're a tnodest bfoy and don't like
to any "nmrYTLEs.") %Vc're in for the
abarauation of all somap locks. We ahaom
innie all strapi-. because they imopede o
cornoton. We go the Tempjtaion-S.clety
to the boitom or the bnrrel. To cut the
muatter ahort f-we'll just inaform you
that we're o double breasted thunder cinp
-a universal phlnmenoo-a scientiie.
n-t-delavian nondescript, with a totch elf
tha *-wery pukoliar." Hlurrah'flirr vs!
Whoop! rho editor ain't at hoea!
A Swindling Schrme.-It appears by
the inglinh paperi last received. that a
stork cumrpany Emigrant Soci.-tv has
lately explodelf in Insidon, in _tbich the
n*tamesa .of swudry of tic nobility are in
volved, and not nuclh to theircrelit. The
objecrt ef tihe company nas to sell lands
in Prince Edward's I-lanl to emigrants,
receive their money, and contrnct to carry
thein out. 'pon at investigation into the
alfliira olf ;he company. it was fGaudtl tbat,
although one duke, fiftec lords, and near
ly fant baronets figured as members of
the as ociqtion. vice precilents,. anl con
siting council, vony two of them owned
-.harr, and that the amount of 4JQOO ;
which was all the capital ever panid in,
though the pretended capital was a nail
The brig Iar:adiloci. .sea: out by tie
coMpany, left Lindoumsome time since :
but. in conserqence of utfituess. turned
back on the v-ya 2e ; and somte of the o'g
grieved emigrants, acting; under the advice
of the Governaeut emtaigration agent
horeh2ltl the mtter before the Mayor of
Londn. on the 20:h ulr. The res-olt of
Ihe investigati.an showed that the com ab
tay h-ad no laud ia) Prince Edwar.l'* s
land; hnd n a .ca pital ; that the oeniber*I
were not repoinsitihle, -and. that the pour
enigrnnae were most eirctutlly swin ed.
An Industrious.ain.-The Ciinnati
Gatente satys Ilac Flder Walter, who for
merly htad la pastorial care of thea IFirst
ChristiAan Church in Now York, ha't who
is now pastor of the Fitt Christian Claaarch
in this city. daring the couric of his miniis
try. lini travelled extensively in 210 aif the
*itTerent Statrs. anud. % bile on preachiag
tiurs,. has travelled far enough ti reach
nine tiames rontnl the % nrld. lie crossed
the Alleghany -mountnins thirty-six time
-h1s haptised twcary-taiao hundreJ and
eighty five haplpy couverts-received tip- I
wards afive thaonaind members into the
Christian Church-lans vi~sitel and prayed
with eleven hundred nnd eighty-fitar sick
petsaons-preacied upwards of four hura.
dr.ed funeral se.rmons, and married niue
hundraid and forty-thr.e conc.
The extent a.1 importanic of the Caot
linn trado to Liverpa->l, and hibe rapidity
of its growth, -MIiay be im"tiail (r!aS the
Blis on Atlas) frin the following' extract
from the Anals of Liverpool:
"17d--The first b-og of cotton wnol im
ported itto Liverpool. Janauary 2Kbronchi
from Charleston. pet Yana. consigned to
Messrs. J. & J. Tenale aIa: the vesel
brinping only a oingle bag on speculation."
Thtis isoualy 5d years ago. andl now the
nnanaal import is of the value of sixay
mittions of dhaltars.
In the year I&J0, Liverpool importedl
the vesi aquantity of a tatithion nad- w half
of bales aof Caitton, valued nt s elie nmil
tir~ns of pouuac ong, whaile London
iniported dne-ifaeenth part of that quan
sity. In the : statistical accouaiF of the
ayntacr of vessels arriving at anti departe
itng from Liverpool anJ London, in.1841,
it appears that Liverpool exceeds Lond1on
in coastlig steamers by aearly -dioble the
imber of steamers and tonnage. Liver.
pooh also eaceedesiLnndon in theioant,
of tonnaeof both British and foreign ves
uels'to forei'gu parts.-Balk daer.
A curious -fgct.-Moehr attentide has.
recently been dr..a to the fact diatthe
poce ofloatoes may be much lo
erae ypnknr8tebloeoms from
dhe plants producin;; thoem. a result quite
consistasjpih theory.;. This itniperaat
observation-has been comnpleaely confdrn
ed bj Mr. Zuller, the Doctor of the A gri
cultrsalSocety..at Darmstsdt. In the
year '839, two aields of the same sz, ly
ings' - by side, and manured in the sa4
tuanner, were planted with potatos
Whest the'-' oti had flowered the blos
somus were r aoved from those of one feld
whaile those in -the other field were left
untouched. The former produced 47bolhs
the latter only 37 boll.
Druinkrunesn the oriaj . Crime.--A
few days si'tco a.. Cincind iJudge WoodJ
while sentenceing a man to death, nesed
Andrer WVaktou contVicted of murdering
oneo John--Carroll, remarked that of th.
sistatypital eases wbk bicad come unader
his Jadieial Dotice. S5neatfa svi eol
ginated in drunkenness. Thiswsas meni~
tinned in reply to the edeltse eodbred'by fibe
prisoner, thqt the mnurder has been corn-.
niitted when h4 was wo drunk a. not To
know what bn was abai.
(FEmm the Ne-szu e, May 3
Front Yucatan.-By the :arrival-of-the
schooner Octavia, Captain CiGaiien -
Lerma, we bave received pap kpen
Campeaeby to the5bt inst. Theycidiw
The Texian vesrels of war wer still-mt
Campeachy. It was sted that Commo
dore Moore would anack thetMeiean
fleet on the night of the Sab U-i-khs
Mlexican schooner Inde pe cia 'U
Ir W days preV is~ t~fily er
dered to Yucatan, and was imuediely
arracbed to the squadron. . A sehmoer
under Spanish colors was taken owibith
nessant at Lerwm*,by themgUn boagon.
A.tpudia was in treaty with the Goveer .
of Canpeachy on'he 6th, fir t;is'br
cnpiulation. If was said that the
nor. wout-offer no other 4inugrie b
the evacuation of all the Nealeoai
trori Yucatat,. . Jr-was 4sppqed g s
.Mexican army at Telchaq wuiib6m
pri toner.. of war, as the treaty of capitlal
rel thbt tbey wera tn lave the sbore.'pf*
Yucatan, on the 6th May, and On the 5ti
tn arrangefients for their depsnare bal
been mit.le. The army wa
by a strong force of Yuca
destitute of provisiqns;
ranki were cnnslantly thinned b
tion. The . Mexican Idet consis iogif.3
steamers. 2 brigs. shooners'and trans
ports were at nochar of Lerma.
The brig Ada Elisa, loaded with coali
atd schonner Fapay were eaptur by
Commodore B isIa, itn the act of se -
i g'the Mexica;.Aeet(at Lermasta t
Campeachy brig Fiery, sebr.R E1stiOd
salbel dischlrgang; schr. Ino (mmthis
port arrived-on -th eveningotthieth1at.
Left a: Lagnas sehr. Itob.Ray 'disherg. '
ing ; schr. Texas do- Commodr AI.11
from Boston sailed 26th uIt. forSaiS oa
the Yucatan coast. .o laid witi sskf-for
Lagunu. Schr. Willianm Baker sailed2th
ult.. for Tobasco to. ^-oIAvana -
The arrival of the avia i o.
irmation of tIe intelligence pubf by
us a few days ago, of the nav-eambat
bet ween Conmmodore Mooreor the' Tpian
squadron.and the -lexican fleet. Theprlm.
civpii circumstances conneted tkh
Racion, araprecipey tach ~
hy us, but some farther d-oak-b&
furihed hv ietteiie"f tv
Moaeeraid Ot~5er wbih'wegw-g pblhebdt
;a yesterday's papu eW.aveessol
a letter from one oftheofleera~ boahdo
the war Audsio,of wbilch-ilz04"i'
extracts may-tie found int l 't
"On the 20fih intAant, whiit
off point Descomoeida'the'
and Gaundaloupe openedbei
upon the Whunon, lying anebach6raa t
a mile-and a half distant f6nsW the et
angement lasted about three hor'darig
which time the steampipe- and big-boom'
of the Montexutna were carried away. As
soon as a breeze sprang up. we loosed oar
cevass, and went to the aid of de Whar
ton. but hwfrewe reached her, thoateam
er. sieved oft and left for Lerma. By the -
aid of the telescope we could praioly-per
ceive the carpentersw of the Montexana
lug~giOn up numerous shot holes in -her
hull. -The loss on the-brig wa twokillet
anl friur wounded, amongst- the former
was the captain of one of the guas who, a
he was in te act of pulling the stri-ag
tached i the lac, was dlecapitad a:
utot euteriug the port bole. MLidhiiosa
Fayeseoux was among the woaadedm Tbe
tIes. Of the enemy as stated is, fourteen
kiled dail thiiny wosunded. Our woetsgsd
men are all on ahore andin a fair wr's
recover. The Au in has nor beetiekse
enouib to makeobr expkoive ihot t4j,
but all we lave dhave -
On the ino'un of th4ths46 ia
rundee way Pta heins~f a~lu~
but as lie wa was to lghufa -couldl
not remAcit., and -the towardly tases
paddled off t4d*;rd 'of .s Meonar
now of' bel pitypir estreas
aildng th Why6wshnris. -2.~u
of the cou:d ati esiip4st
we. carried ino. ur~ a
.i.is the inteati
lyiig at LTr.a,$as
Their foree con~i
brigs,thre s chieeifsm a 1e
P'rom-what we eaa *i~6~r~
pear that the two Mezcnashmr
areveryhbadly mauaged. Cna~ w
1*x of the GaudlouprI ianat
since.e At thei period or tbe aotkobhe
commuaudeoiof the sj'.A
shore. sidk, ait Lorem, a, ~~i)e
Itis genlerally addiitted thp aq
der Ladbrop of the Whanonmaesses.
ants f;atisintg- snd Leiqis, i, ph
themselves very glIant y tkroqa Ih
Jeromie, we have alI~
We gather ths (a 'e Nal.
ate," pnblished at pahlI aa 9t
The Haien baa.entused -'s
mitsistration to a 'Govarament
soire," compose o~ad
dividuas (rom ths ivil
Tflay are Imbert,Voar
gunerrebr, and Riviera. The
the military commndeeth.