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-75,a Oowea Mece7red er
In t irthle masnay inhu erl
trcems tht iaer which we htae op
- ~~eera w Crindhytok teno duhmi~qs.r
the part of the Mexzicanis in their conflict
with this -country. 'Every piiragrapih
br~eathes threats of vtpgran1ce. Their lda
ses are enntnerated In dettail,.to round
thereupon more urgent appeals to the pa
- triotism of their citizens to give up every.
thing'for the support of the. war. It is not
too much to say) that there is the wvarmest
enthusiasm apparent in all that we read
wvhether in editorial remarks or the mii
tary addresses with which the papers are
crowded. .The spirit of all: is,. "War to
* the knife." But thais show's the su~rface of
affairs on ly. We shall have occasion to
crisisihe sar woulseem to 1demand.
We enter into the detail or the news
without much attempt at arrangement or
time for revision; but this will be excused.
And first of Santa Anna. -
I The newis of his arrival at San LuisPe
teas, which we gave the other (ay, was alt
wot inint sly hihlead cis suspt ilen
'~ A~y.."~'least premature.- lie did not'reach there
till the il of October. As every thoing in
* ~regard to his movements is soughlt after,
we annex his letter announcing his arrival:
LIBERATING A RMY OF TIlE IIEB.t'IiC,
rHeadquarters San Luis, Oct. 10, 1840. j
S, i Most Excellen re-Oa the evenin g of
the8th inof., I arrived at this capital, a
companied by my stafY, and establishled
therein the Headquarters or the Army of
Operations, destined to repel the unjust in
vasion made upon the Republic by th e
Armyof tie United States of the North.
I ha.e the splesure of saying to your
Excellency thatmy entrance into this State
was made amidst the congratulations of a
magnanimous people who have not ceased
- to bestow upon me profuse marks of con
sidheration, and the same remark will ap
ply to the authorities and mblic ftanction.
- aries o f all classes.
-Oblige me by commutnicating these facts
to his Excellency, the General charged
with tie supreme Executive power, and
accept assurance of my consideration and
esteem. God and Liberty.
AN TONKO LOPEZ DESANTA ANNA.
To the Secretry ofWar.
One of the first acts of the wily gener
fissimno was to su pply himself writh funds.
This he did very e istually by seizing afon
a conduc a of secie, tnereby getting hold
of two millians of dollaris. ,is pretext
vas that It wa unsae to fo rwtard this
large amount of money to thne sea coast in
the present state of affirs. He gave re
ceipts for the money and his individual
bonds for its restoration. It must be con
fessed that this mode of supplying his cof
fers is infinitely more expeditious than ad.
vertising for a loan, and more acceptable
to the people at large than a forced oan
from the clergy. Tue accounts we give
of this great financial stroke, we do
not derive from Mexican papers, but we
have entire faith in the fueats. We trust
they will be satisfactory to the English
merchants, and be accepted as an earnest
of the securityof the money they loaned
Mexico on the ortgag of thle Cahfrnias.
be flid Santa Ann a's letter, tle 10th
. tit, in the latest paper before us. We re.
gret to say that the papers give us no clue
to thle pilan of mypeorations.
But while Santa Anna ws on hi way
to San Luis, he wrote back from Qa.
rn, o the3d of October, as follows: "The
disaster which we encountered at Monter
ey is not so great as I at first totght.
Our troops have left for Saltillo and have
already occupied tie principal points of
the Sierra. So farfrom the troops having
become deioralized, I a) assured that
great enthusiasm prevails among them,
Their success has cost the enemy, accord.
. ing to incontestible evidence, mtore thon
fifteen hlundred mern. Our artillery was
woll managed, and it is said that the ecmn
believed it twas served by French oiflicers.
* * I nam nowv about to tun
fold all my character, with the energy wihaich
is habitual to ie, and the Americitns will
very soon succuimb, or I shall cease to ex
ist."' Upon copying this effusiono(fISanita
Anna, the Diario breaks furth: "May lieu
yen crown wtiith the mtost brilliant resubls
the patriotism of this ilhstriotus child of the
cotuntry, whom we ardently desire to see
return to the capital covered writh glory."
We no0w fior the first lime learn what
fruits the Mexicans derived from the
the seizure of our mails nlear Marin, in.
tended for General Taylor ait Monaterey.
A monig the multitude of papers fior warded
by Ampudia to Santa Annta anid thce Gov-.
ernment, we find a letter fromi our Secre
tary of WVar Mr. Marcy to Gein. Tavllosr,
ievealing thae design upont Tuampico'anid
.4 b~wn Ltuis Potosi. Th'Ie letter is dated
Wasshington,. SipJtembehar 24h, tand thlough
star account of the conltents of the letter
wvilhlibe an old story at Washingtnl, we
may say here that thie design of the( Seecre.
1 tary's letter is to obita i Ge. Tnar' op
* ~~~~~InII 3n, rethier thani to ic inI e t atom linie oif pro-a
e eedings for him, lie is toald whIat the
Government has thioughl of dinaas andI task.
ed wihat heo thianks iaout it. The Govnern
ment refers to him fot- iinform~ationa uplai
various pointe.---as to the dinlieub aiss of hais
oawn advace- -whethcer he de.n it tad-ia.
* ~~ble- to continu te hte ,pa'rch upon~ Siln Lui.,,
Patersi, noitilriims.kiitatedl topi. 'ihle li
letter .1rmute.-its iinquired in ie rnost Ti.7. S
slieciful termmi, deferringf it ta the better tc
jMIe'ehofmt of Gen. 4'm ytor; [tit it of cowuBe 1r
discaoses our. piimma,'tihemummberf t(.roops' aJ
tm'i-mieel ieh instimiedi itnsil14t Iampleo, and
codliether patrtie~ulrs. he lettero rfGen N
A:mp' lin coverii Mr. Marcy'si esepacih,
C(eontati is'I singulair ynragraph, if -in our
lsmie we iitly ap-prehend it. It is to the a
feollowiig eflect: *-Every moment whichli
pattses, confirmi my idea (if the immense j
advantages we' have gainied from lghting -1i
(four consecutive lays at Monterey, since i
now the enemy enitertains great 'respect fo'r
tbe. Mexican soldier, atl American blond (
Miowed with such pro-feusion that from the i
General of the enemy came the suiggestion p
of an armistice of eight weeks, which dis- s
arms, as it were, a great part of his regular r
Since writing the above we have seen .
another positive assertion made on time au
thority of Amnipiudima alint the idea of the ar
misticc was suggested by American ofi.
cers, and the Mexicans are led to presume
it was suggested by them because the grea r
ter part of our regulars were cut tu pia-ces
The Mexican accounts of the battles of
Monterey are more numerous than have j
been published in the United States. As a t
matter of necessity, they praise very high. I
ly the valor of our troops, and they insist I
upon time obstinacy and gallantry of the i
defence. The movements of Gen. Worth
on tle Westside of the town are described
as very brillian.t. One fort taken by Gen.
Worth is said to have been taken and re
taken three several times-once by Gen.
Me-jia at the poimt of the bayonet, captur
ing at the same time 300 Americans and
eight pieces of artillery. Same of their
first accounits'declared that General Worth
was killed. From Saltillo Gen. Ampudia
wrote to his government, demanding an
investigtation of his conduct, both beforet
and sfter Gen. Taylor presented himself at
Monterey. lie courts scrutiny, alleging
th'at "as the laws of honor and the good of
his country are the only eleiments of his
existence, hik mind cannot be tranqu.1 tin.
til time Secretary of Var, tihe stipremme gov
ernment, and '.e Republic are satisfied
with his conduct, considered under every
aspect." This humble letter does not
save im frorm the letter writers. They
cirarge him with the grossest cowarlia'e
and incompetency. But we have neither
time nor space to-day to enter further into
the Mexican accounts of the battles. One
thing we must unte, however. Almost all
their accounts say that they refused to cap
itulate until we agreed to salute their flhg
and then they boast ostentiously that the
Americans did in fact salute their flax.
Before the two months' armistice expires,
the Miexicans comit confidently that Santa
Anna will have an army around him, which
wilL.-prevent any further--advance of Geni.
The Mexican papers nre full of the or
ders of Gen. Sains, made through his sec.
retaries, providing resources for the war.
We have various circulars of Almonte, one
of wh.ich is in tme nature of . mnifeste and
written waithm marked ability, but we cannot
give it to-day.
On time morning of the 14th of Oc:ober a
rummor Was circulated in the City of Mexico
thmat some battallions of time Natiomnal Gutardi
designed to issue a pJronlunciamnento, time
object of whichm was to w rest time reinas of.
government freon Gen.Salas, on time ground
that lie was uiming to pierpetunate his power
and intended to seize umponi thea property of
time commercial classes. This rtumor was
followed by anoithmer of dissensions ini the
Cuabinet, threatening time stabmility oif mime
Goeve-rnmment. Thie multitude assembled itn
ei-owds ab~out time pahinee, amid at last Glen.
Sainms, accompanmieda by Senor Gomnez Fari
as, appeared amma addressed the people, en
dheavom ing tom soothte mind quiet thmema. Tme
General wvas ree-ve-,i. says time Glove-rn.
oment organ, waith enithutsiasmn or the live
Tme excitement subsequmently took a
new turn. Senmor Cortina, time Governor
of time Federal D)istrict of Mexico, was said
to hmave giveni notice to mime merchmants that
lie could ino longer guarantee the security
of their property. Tme wa rehoumses of the
moerchantse were in fact closed in some
quarters, and time ownm ers, it was staid, weare
aurming thmemselves imn order to protect tiheir
property. This led again to time asse-m
blage of thmronmgs of peopile deeply anxious
to learn thme fiets, amid Glen. Salas anid Se
nor Farims agini sallied forth end address
ed time pieopmle, tand sitcceeded in dhispJersing
item ietly. All this comnmotioni is attri
buted by thme papers in favor of time Gove-m
Imeunt to time inatrigumes of time moinarchists.
The motives of time clermgy were of course
thseir dresad hest thme Government should
seize umpon) their re-venutes to carry ont time
war agaimnst time United States. We finmd
unmeutivoc-al intdientionms in time paers that
suchl mm seizure waomldi be a very hnaturaul atmd.
juastiimble umeasumie on time part of time Gev
Aim e-xpmess arrivead ait Vera Crumz ott thme
21Ist uil., wh lichl annou ii nced t hatmittrintg time r
nighmt of time I 8thm tere was atnothier alm i
in mime enmpistil. sin, i/ar to thatl of Ihe 14th,
wamhi wa s qutietedl htowever. like thamt ofl m
time I Ithi alter aome mionment s amf conv ul. s
siamn. W''e bitte-rly regret thtese commmo- t
tins, snyvs i-iI mmdiad--r, bmeenmuse if timey c
are eamitiuedl, they wvill infllibly pcroduces it
mimir rma. Ou ar -eemy is uulready~ ini time
heam;mrt oif time acotttntrmy, amid noeiinm~g but time
mt- .ct ii mm tur emitire setremngthm cant satVE usi. e
The Gove arn tmemmt is unablehu to di schairge its ea
wte-ighiity mobliigamt ionsm towardi~e a fo.reign a-tie
mhy, whenm-t casnf ie ce is tihus aakenm by atm
founded-c m nrums aned i the time asf tiheo -<C~ - rt- ji
tm Weanhise. celar i the U
iiie Dei arimehlin -1rOjaerdo1 deihiat'fiti P
in mn i in lliceipital. It isele
!d e. of giviisgan inx ilt,-into .,he Interna: a;
11hirs o~f the, Re uhlic.:!
C UL ]A R. ~V.
[INISTRy o TIN NA LAii Foax:v~d4 (R sad."
- ir-The*6enmies of tlhe egis0tin rie
f all'airs, who'ai-e equnally enemies ofpu.
e repo e, hanviig s71imed tll ilia afIt"die1s
y circulating alarmiingreatp'endn
,int private property was threa'tenc. rd" untd
int the citizens coimposing :the NatilinalA
luardl were~ divided .-its oplinion-all. this'
eing dIone with the corru'jIft :I purpos.a*e of
erpetuinting id'sorder andl. preventing th'
ssembling of that Congresswhcis1
eorganize the Rep iublio. . CoUnduct so pei .
dious at a monment 6f. extre me peril for'
hse. independence.iff thse-chimiry, in calcu-.
ated to effiect most deeply-tevery true .pa
riol and the people whO..eagerly soulght to)
unrio the origi-f of the alarm; and to place
hemsel'ves around the Su'preme Giivrnk
nent. Butl the Government supliporied by
itblic opinion, dictated ilhe most eficaci..
its precautionary .measuires, thanks
whlich, calm was re-estalishtled, withi-',
hie necessity of a resort to force or any
ithepr armns than thosFe 'of piersuasiam and
his people, which has beens so attrocions
y enluminiated, aifit ided! tine more prooF of
he prudence, good scnse 'and mnoderation
wichl it has often given. I
In the supplement to the Diariot or tisja
lay, of which I senid y oti copies, you will finld
hie proclamation. issued by the supreme ex.
!cuitive plower. Firm in his principles, hie
s determined to carry out the programnme
if the revolution comimence.1 - at Jalisco,
11nd secondelid inl the Citadl or 01hi1 enpital.
3tanding uponk this h-,sis; hie directs me to,
ecommend to your Excellency that youl
irvide.,with the. most solicitoul zeal, thlat9
n your State no foothold is found Air the
mggF~estio-is of the enemies uf the Plan or
h~e Citedal, Who Rim at nothlin-g less tInIl
he decstruction of thte Governmeitnt. 'B.st;
mn the contrary, you are direcreal -Assidue.
syto provi-Ie tair the specurity -of public
:)rder and liberty, as well as for rendering
the assistance in~dispiensable for the prose
:ution of the war in which the .country is,
I reiterate to you assurances elf my re.
grard. God anid Liberiy. It EJOGN.
Mexico, 14thi October, 1840.
Circulars to the Governiors of the Staies,
and the politienl Chief tifTerritoiries.
Subsequently to this littler difficulty 'St.
nor Cortina sent in his res ignation f hlia'
post. Hlis letter is datedl the 17th of Octo.
ber. lie snys thait Is services cans bie no
longer useful to lthe Governme-ni, as hsis
F iewsannd Wishes havehbeei nmirepiresented;
and hie takes advantage or the oreer aind
tra-iquility which prevails in thli c-spital to
lay down hill athoiri~y. The newspitpe-ts!
promnise that hie will Ollow up. hlis resigina-I
lion with an ecrpose of his motives for tak-'
inig a step whlich was regarded as very cri.*
ilcal ini the then exciting state i-f allatirs.
Ilhe subject of these commiations in the
We, have hoeetepaesuo n
side ony, anWe thierefor c'unabfle fa.
howt tesrtet c'~ause o the difstcutty
Well mtay aswlI to~n thc~cxpt! is coec.t
ione thait g ajn thegh iutho the eraove
LINo.W d otko hi oiv u it
8indiceute o disetio n~ ore
Theais wo Meians aeqar o eio perfect
.r p~prie oflthe stabt f~ things Matm,
p rvatithr aarenn quiepminuptendn
that prvt Goerety was tabettot aend
vetsse ofaiae cm:s int NeaiCral.
Tisr ereiid tnimediencal) thn ise
rops taing theintrera. preventio tee
ienceinof tht angrress.iiih st
rom inp whv the Repbliiffedctso rer l.
41ay1aot ai bometaln of Ntionaprl or.
Ite i ullofethiasmfth an alluds toathe
sucess toblxc tai byey therybtrue o pA
heraolve r ondocsa u the p erh-d
Sohier vitre hic he wait tecWe
ind rrnueosmiary -madresses of tis
vid, clamluding reetolrad. IthJalapa
eunteesit aixresor to me orr any
tier oraiems tiht reop smewhais; an
hes pele ifmite han-s be red attrcsi
ny heluiateihd. aThei iemeprdentlyar
hreadingdecent po th cot au ndrare
>rnizing thjermes toith therl specific
layew of reehing ethem.cois yUwllfn
s dtemineo barry rits t'he ScrtaryL
ind Peueblai ion the 13tixht tbe tht ai pia!.
alii o tropts yld."irs dre~t Peto
roid par ilo theatoat Guardioubl eaveta
htgci o the llowig monng te teiro
liet r Cruz,wh imna cofority lith the
erdrt to of t Wa Dermnt. Fiom
inthe pointsta, toorop ae gonel forwadm
sisl the rse desnaton. uit oubi
rEr ndibdrty as thel 3d fcobr rhas ant
rhiclsise iiogizing Gen. Bassadre foso-h
6.toi I teincorporin ofYctant the ityi
TnI rw~t o yoTE YsSmec of mur re
rsare puzd at oubry reprtsOnv.
eio, andh Oadctore 1840. eey 1
arw, be knownital mhen and worimenic.a
60st wiltte ISo (lan the 7ap of exco
ber. areti twhMot iersicte cne m's
ciiat h ndt in
\hiih3 ene nir.i~re
Ittion"., I i&9pga (Ct a, mS
Y9eteiberefore e mean Maiit
th neir: al wgen we eak sifish
i a rat Monterev, we mean the eiy
le nAme sn the wost doat.
THE SUMTER BANNFII
SUMTERVILLFi S. C.
Wednesday, Nov. -18, 84.
, For the informatido of our.;eqders; -e
ut ,flow' 1e rates of ne wie rioia'ge,
iss1alalishied by tle Act f.*Cjtires* fr
larch 3, 1845, which took effect on July
Newspaper.-Not o vr nineteen lion.
Ired square Inches.
Within 30iiles of Place of ubiication,
Over, 30-miles and. within 100, or intie
state, I cent.
Over 100 miles out of the Stato I 1-2cts.
*Acco:drng to these ratss,.our ppber will
reach ie greater number, of ilie' piost sIl.
ces of this Distric,free of posage.
We perceive- that the honorary degree
of. Doctor of Laws; (L. L, D )-wts rn
ferred on the Ion. (Judge,).s Bai.-ros
0 NRa.r., of this Stale, at the Ite com.
mencemcnt of Cotlumbia, Callege, inl the
District of Colunib.-n.
h1OUSE BREAKING A ND ROUBERY.
We are infirmed th-it the ostre sf Mir.
D. B. McLauj is, ini.tisia village, was br.
ken open, and robbsd iof westilen and cot
ton goods imiiounltinig l inValue to 25 -r 6:0,
on tie night of Thurreifay last, tie 12d
insiant. Suspicion rested fill n a ngro ear
penter, byihe name of-Birrill, lie wts
apprelhnlded aditi imirisoined in' the Dis
trict Jail. We dil.ratand ihntit lbe will be
Irimd on Thursday next, the 19th, bf.mrea
Court of Freheiuers.
'We are requested to state, for gmneral
infsormaiisin, that'the Court of Appealm, at
its extra sesaion ini A igest, las ieciled, i'n
the case of Dowo, Adm'r., vs.-iflAnKLE &
CATHCART, that-where a pronsissory n11111
is payable at a future day: withi intereset,
iwiin it fulls imle, the inter-st becmsinic
principal, and, if tint paid, the whoeuimt a
mounit then slue draws intereat for the
future. For istime; a note f r oneit thmi
sand dollars is istadse payable one year af
ter dite, with iiterest from slate. At tlhe
etid sof the year, the mohun du is oite
thousand and seventy dolla-s. The ihoole
of this sun is, from the tiine hie inoite famlls
slue, thme iterest-bearinmg desmandmis. Tihe
prinmcipule sof this d~eisin, 4of courseT, atp.
pi.-cs tso bndims andt every spec'ies of- cmin
trat, whelire, byv mhe. termts of the csontracst.
initersst is payable ati a Ii xedi imeit. Wei
bjelieve lthata diil'rnti oiionm (seertaiily,
a sdiflerent piractice,) has gene rally p:evnmil
ed om this sublject. 'i his inftormnatison, theirs
for'e, maiy be ofi consequ iece, espeiiy h os
gua~mrdlihans, trustees, ands ali oethe.r pesrsonsim.
atcting ini n hiisi ary.t eUparity.
TiIK A\1ERICAN AGR!CULTURIST.
W'e hnve recesivsed thei Neaten.L:er nuimbeir
f tis -a luble pe'riodsicah. ii is pmubilmh
ed by Me'ssrs. ".Ax-roN & Mits, Pub
lishers, 205, Broadwamy, Newt York;'rand14
the unmimber for ti muoth is the' eleventh
inmber of thle fiflth voliume.
Tr~~hiishluale peri~iadical is we-ill aniesd
inoth-to the N,,rih ai i time M,;niht, ams im
cointali nmttmer apicsable i. boith re'gions
of counmtry. Its csontribumtmr~s ass* from
all paits of our widely e'xu.'ndeud Ummisin;
andh the subhjects treamted of mare enidietlhy
practicable and useful. It its nieedlesms, ems
the present orenitsion, tsi giv isn um essy '015
the thesory of farniimg sderivsed frmn e~xpie.
riience. 8tmffice it to sany, ties I e-xperienzte,
reflectioni arasd theo'sry, wh-len sniteds winith
mdme~snt andm initelligencee, feorm ite pracii
cal farmer, anm:i thme resanis of surb-h sre
fonnd ini tihe "Americnm -Agricubuisi."
THE CHARLEsiTON MARK~ET.
Co-rro.-T'he week endsing sin Fridany,
Nov. 13, shows sales sof 7,449 bales against
receipats- of I 1,9 bitles, giving a difl'er
once in, favor of receipts andi aganst sales
of 4,540 bales. Theg prices variedh friom
9 to 10 1.4 cents; the greaier portion sell.
nig at from 0 3-8 tso 9 3-4, asowinig a alight
advance- of 1-8 per poundi, since sour re
tort of the previous wveek.
A respectable and inteliigenm ladhy of tlh a
tillage has co'mumtnicatedl to tis the follow-~
ng' remarkablo fact.-About five' or 5i.(
reeks since, a servant boy brouightito
heo hlimse a nest containing eight yaba
ats, wvith their eyes niot yet impenesd. A
avored cat hiappenied to bo in the' room,
ndl time nest with time rams wvas pumt before
er. instead sof seizing them with, the
vidity with which tue suilpposes she natu
aily wvould, she seemed to city their for.
ikeni condimioni, lay dlown by them, enden
rodt. e p , thcn w....... rid o
1.i ae ty 'etit 1Z
Iae cfie of ilniP hs n46.uI*4 j
pu 1 and* the.1 kitt rl1n
mise of the-ei hi "'l ti lter I
ed ini a-'d ig, a nui d anM Di lei
irswr.1Newee Iie4 , j~e . _.t~ a
kin enraiugt these reat
indor plies wof .e k gjkh. 4is
Maipparent siryw a jfring
bu shlid wohne o bekitten
nkrientikaahe ight y..4p, ai
nlot shenred in tikhDi ter cffq
Ptattioaty.waW.I t 'hat times iii~
lar. to this: iavinghItapaesadd.It pirt
that thefpersoai, sat AJaag red s la
curreili, onci asertai n t. rnaae
street of tie' le r Oe '
proclatimedc -b.h naprsaela ca?.ef..fr,
sid he, there i pinee- ;, tIAee st
anit tle afil tlie rut. pc
this 4.411a Irvnt n1 I.ag111 II
wnrdies tutik pilact',atj ain ~tritti~l
The naitare of tr :Itir l a -
every musan at liberty tadi r' -i Pa
hmnast frecelam, hits own se at i e
lit itoll ia n V. 2. n aV. p itzki n, .
nis. The pra s the grent a h
lay, whi-hpuba aie
nel question , is, inl 1a-gre 1 i'reLt,' c.'
Ireollel, find fixi'l. WV :toJeere
faire, to e ihe duty of err p por
whinever a ansi!a or' pntieni esti n,
'great 1ilalid impoc'rtsanc'e, is 11i-fare the peo
tile, tit thinlk, decie. ail exprelsst, its aiin
inn1 upoadn it. if thei Eijiiuis io h e ron, it
will nit be likely, aIltinatel te resua : l
hanrnmffear trnitl is nigh -n will pre
sail; if ii he right..it may resusl jipulie
sroch Jnpese with 1he14."p e~
pr....ins4 t-tay n few' wiardis in relationi4a tr
lte Mexienn war; and, inl 411aing ,, ,
shoall taite r u ant we really think, Awiikotai
modiificationa or e'xalUerutilon.
That Iexiro ia,ir, snme puis. nn excecilce
ingly hlirren cot.to.ntiv, i.4;beyon. all 4ine
tior, Orte; (nit the saanic thifig miy.he l aidl
elf ulmo11st anly con-sry. on th1u.-glbl- 114-11
p4setss a terriuory s i yP.ely xctne6l.
Unat, speakinig with r-fe-rence oly 0 1ae6
paaritns of ler, territiorys are best suited
for lie iahitntian oif mann, we bhee, rit
a distiniguished wri.ter, that thesre I4 tie.
cnasatry' in he id. far wI ioch nwature hisa
I enne sa mauch, anc' man sot little. If the
g eratnel, nie::a whticha the sa kinag pessessiusn
ofat Ameaerien lay Eiiyuroe-nnsa has ie-et.nisaci
taid, he traie, thena, it s:enms ao uas,t, at thoe
tit'elay whtichl flico~i' h*el . r poseas.()
sicas, is noat faade iin'lh poiaul saIaighIgI
lIe r, cliate h is thec biest that time w..arhi
knaowus tof; heir seilE,pehp.asiha
fay. A nd iaiaw haae htet.reaise used e:ico
balessiangs, we iih whrlich iture ha., thua~s.
doned her ii 'lre theIP~y imiaaie-ei tha-mt,
as thaey) were bouind e -ua a-s the ar idu y
to ci Ihizedi man regpanied *'Ihry have t.
hat tiaer' a reaitnaailily fir jaspre,, tinit
they) wrill dle liitier fear tie faiture ? TIhaere
d, hasnh a' 'onsistry ablisul-e a flir
passssed~acc hay a peje iaaeynahe f a pr
elnting lis mannifad siaiatasu Mexiea,
has n lae ge rivers., it ie Irue' bit where n are
haer rsaii ran la ? Neaishie ai'es shse'pcaees.
11er iainesn pridnaer, *nannnaally, metre thtan
twueliy illlins sf ditiilars. tof the plreecus
mae tale, fatr foireigi cexpmttio n, besides the
ttOaut us8ed at hanmec. liaW is~ tis ast
n.mip~nt t' fnoitsey Filej h
:ican ofi" sc ie, at e Idiin .h cjal
knsowledge, the eduacatio of thac peotplr
te aamprcaeenat caf tiewir veluie, il lthe'
relig icr. ? I,, JtenuiP ist,, harcimek.
i:s Pier gaminiag tableu, said ana ojl
aae licenionas prleshaoodt,iniast- he reaortg,
ed to, for san answe~r tco the quaestion..
Agriculture, Canim~ecfirace, Litera.
ture, A'rt,-e'erything, whticit pc~ .
civilized andc enulighated pedig the
at Its 'lowe'st ebb. -- ' i hco
Stran ec,--that where Natunre loed to irace
A acif or gods, a dlwellbig-pliace. .
And every charmiand grace h'iariaixae
Within the parualltehe fied, -
'ltheae man, eamaour'dl cif dictress,
&hciuld niar it into wilhdernes,'.
A ndtraiigilabuajelike, O'er esach howe
.I'Sat tas jot one haborious. hour;
N o, cleaaims the culture of' his hesd,"
"'o bloom (along thue fairy laptib,:
Bait springs.na o lieicldo his car,
Arnd sweetly woes, hinm--batito spsure 1"
The 'fact, then, is flaigraat,--the rnlit
stares tt in the face, at great as the ad.
rantages are, wichu Mexico liosisesses, In
teatd of impjrov'ing theme, shte 'has abused
heem: instead of nidvanucing in thae cause
af civiiz~ation, and placilng-Pherself In the #
rent ranks of virtunaodisndhige-.s: ihe