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1tbie Rind '1
trera a9 Any.
e be ergast.d y
b a e u' n liln,neaki,' water-hend
e 'k-1 ' rd pettifoggers, you're
tht n Jeing a t misjg ---you are. nd
p nintdhe rnng e. sp the 5
of . Irt. IAndow I' bon'd
-.G de af dh aolW, but the
Jqdge, whohad.$ep carew sly 'graspigri
th ek orda r ,i hi-,on -the .&ok out for.ag
exp os 0 If$ it siddenly with both
ha W hvd it ati the heagyof his
bv dji gonisf, felled'him to thpfloor.
6 ;e, gerlemce.' s'aid he, als his com
pantonssprapg- towards m-'The -ero
Asf-Allen a hile play.ihop or.)
T iext dy dosh got on idard a stearp
boat, and carie'd a broken h d to t nr e
averrg . e . like e way tltei
praetyse w- at lcufe Fabr e.1
-r [rop'the N. o. Picayune, April 9.] .
- E.RA , March 31, 13 7.
guitm~an's9briga-de seppout on the
jnar fo1r, Alvaradlo listL evening. The
Splice Is dis' nsome thirty or fory mile
sorttthuncd thy'will probably rach itby
to-morro wvIrght, I presumo that some of
the- smaller vessels, of tihe navy, unde"
,'-'Commtdore Perry, will go down to ta -g
part ii case the Mexicans sOe.e'it to defe il
it. -Ththimpressio:, however, Is that they
Aill leave 'it'Without a struggle.
F in the-diretilh 01he cityof Mexi.
co we can gain no intelligence. Therk
appenrs to be no.duubt,'however, that Sani
ta Anina arriveilf there.oi 'ihe 20th or 2Jst
inst. and at once.took sides with the cler
gyagainat Gomez Fariaii._,Nothing fato
beer learned in relation to the report
t[iGt thlrd was a large force of Mexicans,
under ae aat or near Jalapa. The
armyaifl proceed in that directiorA in-.thi
courseof a few days, and then shali
kno all about it.
he am unt of -spoils of war taken by
the captare of Vera Cruz is immense. Ov.
er -4000 muskets were laid down on the
n rqurd, and it is known that a great num-4
4 T) f.re left secreted in-t-he city by men
w v&Went.out in citijzns clothes instead of
their unIfqrm. The nunibe of- .annon
ani, ortaurs. In the-town and Castle, is not
as yet known, but it isulready a'beertaiiwd
-that there are over 300! To' this shouid
be-idded an iminens.e amount of powder,
balj, shells, Paixan. shot, &c., enough to
conquer the country all the wayto Ar.apul'
'Co. Quile i speculation for Uncle 'Sam.
T Lwqgflags are flying from San Juan de UI
- lon, one belonging to' the army and thc
pther to the natvye '
The Frenchman-whlo brought the report
fom the city of Mexico, says-that he met
'e -unarmed -Mexicans who -laid down
- heir armson the 29th inst., scatteredl along
die road between this and Mantgo de-Clu
v'o. Soe e of thema hardly advanced three
* * . leagttes,. niid wer already suffering- for
-want of (0ood
Gen. Quitman takes to Alvarado the
South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama re
'giments. ,Ie also haes an artillery force
wvith him, Capt. Steptoe's battory'n-l amn
-k ~Informed. One.object -of thie expedition
is to open a roaffromn whence mules, hor
-~~ ses, and smipplies for the appy ma~y be prO
-cured. IJ'he country down -that waty is
said to abound withsthem. - -
-Yours, &c. ' O. \V. K.
Fromt the N. 0. Delda.
~~."Thelatest accounts from Chihinhan were
to the 5th March, rThe loss 'of then bat tle
~ of the -28th February by The Meticand, is
attribut'ed to then cow~ardice~ of the Mexi.
.can cavalry, Th'le foirces of the Armericangs
-are stated to have been 1100, and 7 pieces
.of artillery; whilst thtose of the Mexicans
Savere 20'00 men, and JO pieces of- artiller v.
k~ ~--The A mericans took possession of Chihna.
hoa oin the 2'd March, and nearly all the
Mexican -families were abarndoning the
A letterfrom. Cedil, datedl the 27th of
M~-arch, states that Gen. Ur htad met a
Sforce of A mericants int the vicinity of Mon.
tyr5,?n'nd had killed antd wounded a great
number., capturing 170 wagoins and. tibout
7002mules' C 1-I destroyed the wagons, not
* beig able :to take them with him, -by set
ting them ojn tire. No names, as to the
.spotopr thae~coinmantder --of thei A merica i
o orces, is gifen
.From the N Oinytine, 10:b inst.
SMBNICKN AFFAIRS. -
- --In recurrfn~ to. outr Mexican files quite
-the most intadakting thing db zNieet with is
.-~.a diespatchi containig thes Mexican) account
of thte battnol i sacramento, gained by
Cdl, Doniphin's forces, angd the consequent
Tuall~of Chihanitaut.' -
The terms~ inidicated bf'senor A tocha ini
hiis letter tifRejin as the propositions of
the Uni4 States to Mexico to obitain a
penee. wve find4Mithte LDiare del Giobiernto,
~*I1 of Mexico1 opiosd from a paper of (Guada
* lajara, wvithout a wr'd otdissent. Thrieygre
a's fdllowvs: '"
A oinmiion shall be named to arrange
cn o e n r e
penil. Oty est imo L rteen mj
it'le y et$ e t
ion. d irst r t (ry describ- .1
he Uhlted Siatesittarafite thatit wt
;Udvereconieg hR.ir i
Q exico 511M) ann n
C 101; It 0 y.. guarantees e.
erej of tio. -er -6cill e r terra
ry st of ILhpU p2''.ilbg
a Uilt t1IafIVs spi int thou.
snnen,fan ,.an ca pon:l a
boundary line, t ol event 'stu
ini:tsion:of th iuns. 'j
The Unite d ~.es engage to adjust all -
disput-w about 1 . C ',ns--we give-th&r. .
mnair jn Spamiska (."el territorio cedi.,
do go. : 'erras, deudas cxtrangeras, j -
a i e uigtasive and defeisivehsall i
be si 'ti etttee the O0nitedstates and r
.Mexico to rep.el all European. in ven. c
ivn in the affairs of America.
Atona is atitdgrizeI by the Governm'eni (
ofth ited 81iiAes to adjust tie termsof 4
Vite t of peeb.
E .ral Correspondan ce of thc PoSyunc. r
V ER A CRu ,April 1- S4.
Althoughi thre result94 ot' knion, it
as generally conyiled that theexpeditioi,
to Alvarado will not meet with any eftemv.
Agen its laverrived here froni tha t'plaq'e,
thisIs most certain; and'theg:ay tht the
armed force there all fled On-ihe capture
of Vera C(ruz bring knownF, I startell f
Alvarado, inttending to seethe qhohv ePre
4 lJ0tever it might h;- bit the ve"e on
h I was togo-gf off before I coulhd
FrorP,:the dlirecuidhii olla e city-of Mex
ico we have a Variety-of rumonrs. Alt agree.
that-Sinta Anna has reached the, capitol,
but the ncuiilts conflict as to hisTresent
position an'd prospects; One repoRl hi-ts it,
1ht ith a niserablerennan f hifs anny
he han joinel the clergy,, a n making
headway againsthe tt bborn tmezFa
rias, Another and lifter report is t- the
effect, that Santa Arynn finding the clergy u
dietermined upon holding on in their rich
property entire,:and of making overtures
of peace to tifeSUnitel Statps, at once joirni -
ed Farila migweas now bent upont seizing
eveiy penny belonging t' the priesthood
to carry dn tirl tyar agaiinit the "usurping it
barburiahs of the N4rth! hirrg is b
certuinmall was aiiabytaaln fsion at
the city oflexico five diayasince, aind
guns anil buiodashed were the o'rrier of both: Y
day and nieht. iary was arrayed agaimig r
party, faction against faction-all were h
iae , and there was -ieither head, tail,
.or b<dy to the Government. The entire
poprulain, like the Ishmnaeliens, 'those
"greasers," of old, ere fightiig aidquar- d
relling,-cacht man' a band was turnedt
myainst his neighibor. It is iingpossible toi' i
dhivinte whlat all this iill end in, tinless it a
be in a state of affatirs wtorse c'onfotunded
lithtn tire prsniif such, a state canu be.
There istof course a strofig.garty-at its
head the ..commitss.ioned oficers of thec
counttry--opptosedl to pealco; far ,with thuat
would ggi all their hlopes of pi~fermne'it. "i
und, wihat is of' mitre consegqienace to themo A
now, bread. So~ long as the wart continuesC, r
they are sure of a place in the arm ypan ro
with ai chiancc to) roh out of every' dollar,
raised and exi~orteiI to carry it on'. More ~
uin prin cipled imen havi e eer exfiltedl; for, p
tou cowaFrdlly to tigh.andl win bory ofC t
their enemties, * they corntenat themtsefves
wvitht plundeiinig their ogyn p,egple. -Net
one an ten-of. them has-a spark-of- iat pa
iri rtismn whlhh teekedi its couintry' 'od
all thir va'tin toth contrary, atnd this
extesiv fugionthefrietnds otf peacte haveo
to con tend'wijth. The la tter party is com. I
poisedt ofthe cle'rgy, anxiouis toa preserve
the immenseii 10wealllth andti inf luenrce they ~
have acennruhtited by fraudi and~ hiamburg 4
the property heolers, wh Io fret at seeing
their estates deseoiled, and who arc anax
ious to erdlleettdiheir ren ts;'ito these intst
h'e :iided a~ few' honesat, well ir.f'ormed men,.
c'rnsciouts of thenir inability to contend E
with the American arms, and deosir-tis itf fi
seeing tnn end. put. io a watr whlicht brinigs b
niothtin g to their con nry lint additiotnal
debt and disgrae. Which of these pair-.
tics is to Succeed in the cnd retainls to be ~
We hear dreadlful tales of dhe atrocities
comrnitted by ihe. pirisaone-rs who beidl dowvn t
thteir armns ouisie the city on te -29tih ,t.
anid who we-re dihen tutrnted Itase tipt'ni the
country on' their paarole. Itu'is-ssaid they~ '
have scattered in every direc'tiorn, and are' 2
plunderinVg the poor atnd dtfenmceless of the
interior withbout 1inndeejinee anil withnout re
ubrse. The *.fficers Id~ hia rnds upont every
ho crse an td evtery' mutle, withIouwt ran e in
w ithot p lrick~ antI thle aria tituantt evil
thuts[idt'tptiiled is kickedl if ht titters tie I
most feeble demrturrer, /J'hte lionse its well i(
&b the garden of ate pobr 'lborer is enitered
iby gantgs of dhisurganized sthetie-rs, his fiamiii- ~
ly Insulted and his sutbstancecarrieV off.
If lie ttters otn; worho comC~riplaint hiis treaft t.
ment, is still wvorqe, rind lie is fai' a
to call utpont his GOcd for tha t protection his
counttry and its laws are tunable toi a ITord t
him. Such is theo present sta te of affatirs.
thr oughtoty the country heijveen Vera Cruz'
aid the cties of Jalana andn..riz. bfr. the
-* - V
r ad 'eat
ig i proey,~ w,1e
t~1j~adey. -t l 01.
ff I n?1Lj~~
, e d ~~ * . a.
USh II at ofr
r e id ion ~)j
cc... neit1 hec"aipr ri-a llzo,
flu t1As bri'ge,b but ihme Iiody return
Alo . +enn $ r iril Landerd
pas. 'ti1ro a e iitl'4
g' n Alii
el1level. i ieg 'nuptl4dea ethi.
r grisn e g-ep
al Guierrezev'ifweties faras to ask
passage nthe ste A lahma, and1.
yery arrangernpept ay'- r -hir
, 9-h inigrea eipe i
I!llgehis C'is5 In tih canticm'e,
aIrightecl ,are nig ny of the in
ficers, thai, they are fairly beggin tin
f the Apiericans to a of the city.
Gen oWrth, th q o r:.o1,
ru'z, hdlpied r v s s ter a a
hr sao.amOjne most a prolria lice re:
uilutionso A largi b er exicans
r'al? lv at wor . ingyI hebar
icidesnd oening 1!t tb l1s of e city
ihd6rtter dei rpie f letting frcs1
r-inhtu Lhe streetjs.- Tii thiat-seer
as f the vom it oc y'ehi fever f A
ountry, aive al-end appeared; but ihall
qirefurthier before I give credi44
Yo t rt, &c.
S U.MTItERV ILL R,
- G-NTS. r is.R.
Msns. Dr.LonmI W -ru unirviHtgv S. c
T; W. Psauffs, E amd 6i.
Price iIV tie Ch'aij bjon mnrk for the
Peek endij' Frida; pril 160th, f 10
-S to 12IT148eets per )(und.
On the eveir if 'isuday, the It
ist., a' 6 o'clo nd of u n .
nce pued place, ronrhjnuaue'.
r.;upwards hour. Daritig its
revalence, several. large trees -were up.
(w ted, niad so ences fe Illhvri 0%ewn.
'tie groulindg ras'strewn-wil eand
cnuighoots from the trees. On i e
awin ofd cl wnd, heavy rai'n
nund4nue:N-diring t176 evening.
FROST;-0 n the mnrning of M~odai
ie 19th a light frost was funniin sonie
r thi. gairdens oft this plazce, .cauis, hityw.
v'er, ut little iuury. ij
We have ~eivddfij r. Isaac ALUI.D.
letter. dted,"Ijra(d Springs, S. C.I
prilI, 18S47," in WIich hce requests 6us
-eti fy the accoulle wichiedpslished
ver hcis aignaure, affin~ attempted qssas.
n'aiii'n of the Rev. J.I. Dullo,. as ths
ulised, accoucnt, it sees, wounudedl th~e'
elinlgs of some of his. tBjiist friendslIO
Mr. A. says: "My manuscript, you wvill
iid, is wvordedas follows. ''At 12 o'clockl
u Wedncesday, f~th inst.," (Marcha) '&&
(ev.fMr. BIACex n UsE, formerly Principal
fithei-Darlincgton Male Acad'my" &c.;
ut, in the published stat emenut, . am mnadle
> use thecse wordsa, "Reo. Myc J. A. Bac~ki
vuse, a Baftist MinisterAgrmierly," &$
"I wvishi" a Acoi'rectio~n to be midle, fsr
ie fsullowing reasonis.~'
"Ist BeciMr. Blackhiouse is not.
opiist Milii~ter, having bceen exelcade
-om the Cleurc h, of which he was ai mem
er. somffetimle in the course of last fall.
2nd. B3'c use I did not usp the ecrgs
uinn. us4 I~
3rd. Beauilm diedly unwilling
r father such a:rPxprestii :as "Rev. Air.
B iackhoyse." Rev, Mt. or Rev.
.Ai B. WOulde-be co rr~pet, bei Nev. Mr. J.
We did alter Mr. *A's. acorint osuit
iurelvej a nt t idi daI~t4e at ysent
rite's." 11e dugs not r: nenier hits on n
Ceount of the - ~ter. I)1t ahirn t. we,"'
eke nall thie blamrn At4giint on -onnitided
e(dg' thouh ,~Itce to oui-clves r
uirestf to say, ia 'I was niot our
on, in acting as we did, to' tytiundibhe
clhngs of any one. We merely gay
Ir~Itttheo lledignatiopi by whlich he is us
liy known'end apslken i ndwetre
naware of his esclusio
TIhethird rpasolor 4eisI6
mnded~ as a liferary cucr o in
S * ~
rW J14 Nu h I
E G 'A DES
_he'' pril NI B
.om Uhf6iiIVse r
th 4 olunie,Asis reeigd, containing
nuter tetue derfiig- five'dollars
es r,-In advanc'e. B.B:ioRich*
md'sa the, eilitort anid proprietor.
$-Hat i eagent. in- Chparleston,
Se.- :p aitmtion-_tswairi" in
,,;rs & 6t. ~ a.
the-south.cntinu6i e ',e e fiteinaive,
Lion, of he those-.nho
le. t ptri t will it find: w rthy.
o their. rLfuepport,.. e d
4W EVENING NE.WS. -
The Charl toie I'ermnpNN s, of thle
N1h,1con tv a .tice of the rptireRmeRi
of. Dr.A. % thay.e thre j or editor.
from h:is connhxiop:Awithl j he 1, which
hald, C91 tinl 101.1PA illat time,- lice its es
.ablii - 1ent. ande gthent sciatiln of Mr.
Cn anR.ds K. Bisitor with:Mesisrs. Canno.
zo .'as-rgN, intits p pfretorsthip, Air.
CanIoz eg still set bIr 'editor. ThaW
ahst It Isfuntoeranivtg ater, non. r
litial e Lonmy Of. iipppiet Thve awhoys
Male 4favorile with ithe public.
.WASH INQ- 9NANIL HIS .G ENXE ,1A LS.
ove title bself dared. by J-. suprley,
ready well andaavorbly. I newn 'to the
t b l i c - a t h e aat n r n oi e f t n ua n d
KIT. Marsiutills." Ilheggiou to Idga
phDicr . -this 0auYthc. rdered
hi er.vry~' pplar p1 -1
hod ''ntlwf, upd itt i e
!vig lgorm a olhon and lMr
Cmahalls". gav erure. .to ma. n we
zi not that "Washit on and Ilia Gen
C Zi will pleasailgr rr ediber.-' The
liti e trus e tatelig Iil: 'ac ait. S pit .
afhis Ge~ainerls -andhh pa hia cepatrioto
11nem1oritalvir wihfe tolt trant to
Tae ifonr, itne efpnce .or of thety
andv whomtlheir fiiears'd webatuy dem i~*
~i.aI s-s~td the ofapers, th t etHon
o het Soulls fo'Tie ofl4%~I aig
jhi own.~. obseraiosandawing his ow
rit~ usionsa ar what e may, te drin
if 9st.~f~ W0! would itbe foqmay whoa
kno lite btsek uh fus,
prO ey aso woul isit th Suth, n e
ad yetarbfre~ they peako u and ours
peopile" ad of habisuee to manyra-wes
nnot ta foregnes. gOnan this unit,
wemivt nspeetiond iitai obr e
neith e rulnr fear I the rulnd itermina-d
htin ortiecae dicttiaon, of sold wgrld,oro
any pars Gene. w.da~s.0ptroso
lie feoreintaa wnlb bnomuswhan the
hcoderole ea coari-imelad rneslore
sowin frany yer.w illsb~~~ei thore mis ifOp
fort the autnaed ded ofe ,8ho:
th'erieitur of~ grsn thi ftu,ntlir n
'aredy hoorted, fpic oo-tte e r cot:
ofifaminae ir muchers bell ard t, l e
couti, an thrts d ltIe 01ta
she wll b ioplbn til auiretrn ther oI-n
bAaa meSTERlsma cupponicd The pnst
apptearoutfor hae mnut;ip~ and makin
his ony bsrrdion a a n h drai i w
g'u n roo ha e macui rn
mn,'a before they sneak oigu an, or
la~ oplewas ng * df ,wote oso &cs
neite vait -o fice aear d theirur eermna
ouenta ofpargetariin eande are ittre
cbundn ~ -g bs1
aicourg f' r r li
jtidow consicaiii's o su p
cribused. kft W e
vil Its ieecrr ne., ~W~
WMIflOr 11e ua~i~TlN6RI
", N4 U UUt>~~
Atia full meeihbitif
ign District.'held tliiiti,-Ifi ,*i:*
the firoWifinoiday tin AprijeHtgn
su e rt:il n eiatures I Ac~'*ta
Ruth riThmWm IIkI.taIAr
On motil i of G'. iM
BI. RowkL'.LL as c
Oitn being n'rganized, the Cl, b1wi
ly Shit to 0 1jscts pnC tohin1ei d
On morion 1) N.,1086N t (PASS icr"
'Vwas rt'jne't; t i
the. Hot). 13. K U1ENEGcA,4 rosa'n
red the fouittuiing resnin 1
'ROXolvcd. 'I'lift ifl :Tkerei fe't~J
Citizenis (il.: District frrihe Cu i;j
fbf the Wilmingoiiin .Mn'h ~ A2
Road. has not beeJ~ a
their ennfi~e.,cei nflu of 'Bs1- 5~
ed0 and the meeting eei 0"lly~ui.
itiu ptde zvA V ce na
g-ard ftdil will bord tb )rn,
Reoved,. Tbit we pI
n(NnrthunCa rul , - -1and. .j
ow ~~ thiA~ml~ fI r..s
he Dia-Ieir by athe bar et'i
pEyr liDstae1t.hcl ~eIj~
Lo the stInp oli d:i ~