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jutla,,when the)(were surrounded by 1200
fr 1400 men, under Gen. Garay. Cel. De
Rusay's command had suffered considera
ble lons. bit with the assistance of Capt.
Wise's artillery, they hal celt their way ti
O!e river and there waited for reinfuorce
Cell. Gate. despatched the New Or.
leais 'nack to Vera C;u7 with a requisition
on Col. Wilson for four c i or infan
try. Ile had al.sn sent the stenmbaon Un
,dine and Mary Somers up the river with
'156 men to Cot. De Russy's assistance..
The New Orleans a-rived at Vera Cruz
on the 10th at 2 o'e0ck, P. M., and'Ifomnd
the eity in a state of excitement. Gen.
'ierce hail marched out, as above stated,
and ramped aloiut ten miles from the city,
when the a114vance gi:rd came in antd reper-.
ted a heavy force of Texicans at the Nat
ienal Bridge. who wyere marchiig towarils
the city. Gen Pierce reiiforeed his his
.nnmand with 700 men, making in all
-2O0. In -ceisequcnee cof this ditficulty,
ihe requitmioin from Col.-Gates nt Col.
Wilson could nt be compinlie'd with. 1'he
New Orlenis had oi board 25 naritners
from the U. S. MJoop Saratogn, on the
moirning of the 17th insi, uih -ild Ior
T ampico, preinus tit whjcrhi Gen. Pit-rce
'h-id mna chedi out to meet tite rean v. The
New Oriensn arrd (,
maarning of the h ., .al
had gosne upi ihe rtiver it ., aind
,rported as follows, ni .--ar la: w could
'he troops uinier . . -.r. :.
searched withi eveto I -or ,. . .t
ehe oriing it* the etc. ..
ans Ii commiientced ai hI . .o' 'i o iom
all lireciions. Capt. Wise it is ni'ec
of artillery to bear -in thci wn afte . -r re
ceivin,: rix w, mighrtrm is. ;-pe, which
cuit a litie ;through their hile, thley 2:1r7t
riennis c.'at::!ed Iighting their wybe!
alonag the roal iowinds Lhe siver tst ir-er
vits tnstil tle toritirg of the 1'1., when
they were riieved e re;infirceme.t tf
ot0 enema. rites r.'tiar d to amipicj a'
at late hour (,it the 1iA with a l itos 0 2
lii ib-d, %1 % tudd, an d m issingl. Ameisg
the nmber au Calt. Bo fd, w% ho fel in,
the first %h01rg, ith three bai ihr m-h
his blt also, his First Lieuteiaint. who
"elH 11mrtUlly wounded, ndj ja lost dym
0cn1 [hie fiid. )
lis eiat. Capt. Wise haud hi hor-411 shi
froan oun-lr him. 'T1he ni'm ami .eer
fogiht bravely. TPhe names ifi the flijc-s
from Limisiniat wiois aerimsniidiu( C.O. De
Rtssy are no: retll'cid. The Mexic-an
lots. rePm-:r ed aby a iti-utenant in bw hi10
kiiled manad 120 woided. The Ami-ri-nt.
also,. lost 12 or 15 horstes :rij (Y) pack
Give the Devil his Due.-Dr. T.-erton,
the late hinho'up i Duirbvar. emiuoved -j ner.
the nll eaf oie in hits agent, to hma
oiltI the1f true vAhe of th estates bel u.nd er
hi m, andi, ina c's i en ece of 1)ue'a rie
piirt, grea:tly3 ra i.sed bothii the fan anad te
re'ts~ oaf hais tenatm, ont whaich :aerunt thte
f'olin wtint! toaest wa's frequen'tmly droi,;I it.
hishoiiprie' :"M'rayv the' Lomrd take bit uop rami
the~ devii his~ Dua."'
- lR.':s Ocrt'rrri.--A scene~i of a1
dist Iressing chst uarte'r was itntsew
eni ee ye'uIerdlay itn th nei-hborn -i~ia'
.fice.m, wh iich, how'ever' in ii
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