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SATURDAY, AUG. 23d, 1815.
23. 7 Prolracel .Vtci'n, will com- this was intended to accomplish, but to
menec on the 26th inst., at the Old Si- destroy the might if the Whig conn
loam meeting house, near Ashley. El- ties, we have not teen able to ascertain,
ders Johnson, Landram, Hubbard and Hut in this, it has failed most signally;
Lapps, are expected to sttend.
During the month of August, nick-
not, io an aiarming exiem, nas prevail-
eJ throughout the surrounding country.
In this immediate vicinity, we have had
but little to complain of. In a location
like ours, high and dry, and far above
the reach of the sickening miasma which
rises from the ponds and sloughs of the
bottoms, we could not, in reason, ex-
pect aught else but health. But from
other portions of the country, we hear
me most alarming accounts.
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wnose mauctiifv and ranimtv is otilv .
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; muinii, nas wMim mc
domicil of the rich and the poor all
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.ae Biiaivu iilitvc.
In more cases than one, so rapid has
Leenuie progress ot the disease, thatjampics 0f this kind.
science useii, lias shrunk back appalled,
from the terrible havoc which it has
made. The skill ol the ablest physi
cians have been baffled by its insidious
ui7iJivui.li d Cll"lll. lI.ulSDUSIUOn, SliC-
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ceeaea ly mose cold and death-like ceniiv cnr.sea nv a mon irom rauKiuri. i . ,.
, . . i . it. .ii'.i i i .noiiuiiatini .Ur. 1 oik. Do Mr. Clay's
chills, which in too many cases know 11 seems tliat a gentleman near Hards-; , , .
. , ,J , , , , .. , , . j friends think it was a blunder
not the return of warmth. . town. Ivy., who knew and confided m
The many fresh graves which dot the j Hardin, sent his daughter to Frankfort; Jlsorntn Swrta Mi 'khekkk. The
country over here and there, sneak i! to the care of him, who was to obtain , :s"l' Jo.in.al ol Flori i ,
, , , . . 'r i -, i- - , . i ! says that a mml de lucr.t'.e and co d
iiiourniui tones oi me number ol victims
w ho have fallen before the car of the j
Our town has lately been visited by J
a number of arhsts, who live by their :
a,la lne creaumy o: me public
Of these, we desire to call the attention .
of the public, particularly to a
who is exhibiting the "Ninth Wonder
cf the Worldl" as his bills (enn it, and
is nothing more than a piece of human
deformity, a hum in being in every thing ;
excel t the perfection of its limbs and
features. This imposlor advertises it
as a sort of half man half beast and !
a little impregnated with the devil as i
a native of the Island of Borneo, and as
having excited the curiosity of tho learn-
rrt ;.n.t cii.T.( i in Ii, .t I,... ..,1 V ...
t- i ti . .1 . . with satisfaction by ever one who heard
York. Hut the imposture is too thin to'.. J j
mislead at:-one, and we only wonder;
tll.lf llli rllMXI lltli; Al.lna i n.l .f .. f
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and feathers, or an egging, as long as he
has. Our citizens had some thought of
giving him au introduction to the latter,
and we care r.ot how soon he may meet
with either. He that can thus coin cop-
pers out of the deformities of humanity,
anu u.e credulity 01 me people, Je-:
serves no better late.
In Polk county, Col. Acock and Gen.
Bunch, have been elected to the Convention,
TENNESSEE ELECTIONS. country is " t!'e luokout for 0heTH-
Aaron V. lirown, Democrat, has cer- From the returns received from the
tainly been elected Governor; as far as late ckc'n in Kentucky, it is probable
heard from he was 1500 ahead. I ,!lat ,Jie Democrats have only elected 2
Of the State Senators elected, as far ; out of tIie ten members to Congress
as heard from 8 are Whigs and 8 are Ti'Juiits and Boyd.
Democrats. Of the Representatives 17 MURDER
are Whigs and 22 are Democrats. Pev- t 1 n 1. 1 -n 1 1 t n 1
b nui.. John Baltzer was killed by Jas. Rob
ton, Gentry and Brown, WLics, and Cul- t- i 1 m r -i
' ui inson, m Richmod, Mo., a few days
lum, Jones, Chase, Martin and Stanton. ti 1 n- . 1 -,i
' "! tuiumi, slnce Tlie wound was inflicted with a
uemocrats, are elected to Congress. I
The Democrats will have a majority
of six in the House of Representative;
in me oenaie me resuil is doubllul, as
all will depend upon the Warrick Dis-
gained one member of Congress from
thk State, in Raynor's idd district.
Terry, the Democratic nominee, is e-
levied Governor over the independent
candidate. In the Congressional dele-
gation, we bhaU gain one member.
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?TThe Cincinnati Enunirer nives
an account of the elopement from that
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city, of Mr. W , of St. Louis.
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ici ui 111c uicai uuai lum cci icil
Cincinnati, and Mrs. Amanda Me , school is now taught in the college'; 1 there is not novv.and never has been,
oi that city. The imposition of the but the college suasions will again o-' one singlo white man locu'ed in that
father, is the cause assigned for the e-' pen in November. The healthy, con-; portion of the territory. I't itish pie
lopement. jvenient, and pleasant situation ol this tensions to that portion of ihe terri-
, college, should attract a crowd of tory, testing as it does, entirely n
21-The Boston Post says sour peach- pupils. During the presidency of a claim of settlement, therelore, falls
es are selling in Boston for 3 cents a ! Yielding, it was eminently use-' to the ground.
pi'ec, and rottou ouei for 2. j ful, and should receive the favorable) It is well known the best, and in-
1 ; consideration of a liUra! public. , dtcd the oulv L'ood haibois on the
I THE DOUBLE DISTRICTS.
I I-, invJnfT rnr lii Siot ;.,tn onninr;:,!
istriets for the election of ir.emhers
( the Convention, the Legislature made
three double districts. What olject
for in two out of the three double dis-
triels made at the Ut lc-Maturc the
inets mace ai me lant legislature, me
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jorities against them, have elected four
! IIIS, IIOIH lUlSlUr.lWIl'T UlC liirLIU 111.1-
mce, where the politicians calcul.i-
J e? ihere wrul.l be no AVhi onnnsiiion -
; Sudi rpsnlu shnnlil ien-1i our leaders
'that to retain supremacy, we must be
jus!; and that political power cannot be
'perpetuated without a iust re-ard to
the rights of our onnoncits. The end
: t0 le gained should be worthy of our
' opposition, as well as the means used
tor that rurnose. The end. does not
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sanctify the means, more in polities than
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, ,,0 wlJ1 discountenance and uiscard
: whatever has not its foundation in ins-
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tieeand ri'rlit. The history of parties
:D (i,:s country has afforded ma:.y ex-
Ueniamin Hardin, for many years!
rnnnif.tiil wllh lli. t.'tlii.Lt-l:ii- luil ! I
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i I" "i --' 1 "i u.oi.-uiir, ir,n , . . ., ,
' , , r ...... jDoinncr.it committed l,a Muii.lei
j"" 1111 J "u"llu" " d s j
nshmenl in that city, w hich trade she j
desired to learn, I3ut th's monster in j
human shape, placed her in a house of ,
Lad reputei aml by that mcaIl3 hoJtf j to !
5eJu,e ter. IIe was frustrated f Lis
i..,lt;.l, o0,.,i i, .i
iiiinnu uiitiniii, .un mi HVIIWI , ilii t
driven bv a hootin.' mob from the city
frirrr M'nilld 1 .o r.iiti Jimnnl inn littlrt
f.,r lliP irr.iv li:iirti1 nl.1 villain.
Daniel Webster has become a citizen
New York city. lie and Martin
"an Ihiren will both be in the coining
Convention of New York.
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lector or this district, diuiii? the last ,
Presidential canvass, has been elected to !
the Convention from the Lewis county I
District. This result
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will lie hailei!
.ui. uiiiu uuun.-j in- jii-"i.i; i.ii sirii-
mer. He is ccrtainlv an able man, and
a sterling Democrat,
j rg, notit.c tilC arrivai cf ,.evcrai
Traders at St. Louis, i:, 26 days from
;SaIlfa j.'ce) uvA it) 4,; froln c.-liihu;.!.:..
j Thoy brought foUOOO in sne. ie. The
'annexation of Texas wa no't known at
eitiicr j,i,ce when they left
23" A very extensive and numerous
band of horse-thievt-s and counterfeit
ers, has lately been discovered in the
lower part ol Illinois. Several of the
rascals have been caught, and the whole
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It is said that the last shiiiL'le has been
iaiJ lIpon the splendid .Mormon Temple
j Tr The letters which have been go-
ling the rounds of the Whig papers, bc-
itween Col. R. M: Johnson and Major
are now proven to be wretched
"HiiiA li or Relioiocs Liberty.1'
II. Chamberlain, formerly editor of
this paper, has retired from the editorial
( chair. It w ill in future be conducted
! hy an association of clergy men.
j CHARLES COLLEG K.
we are glad to liear tliat this use-
'0' f S into oj.-
.eration under the superintendence of
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,pelirs ..nil firriliiQcur ivi. I mi-, .(i.
professors well qualifi-
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the task. A preparatory
The editor of the '-Democratic
! Han,-,pi"nf.ires , that "with the
to!wr'"' '' nthmian alluded
to bv t':R i hi;:, we I :ave v t to near
inv J)emr :i at colli ltd for ii nv thing
nit roii;:l representation.' Will 'h
editor intorm n
how many of the
I enocracv ? I'" Pike and Ralls sup
ported that gentleman for the Convention!-
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friend Whip; and we are often from the
Iviil rmiifiwl nf nthir fnrpp.l In art.
i when we would desire to be passive.
j "aa iac i .n.or oi me vnig wnnesscu
: the shufiling uf some of ils friends here,
' he would cease to wonder at the vote
which the gentleman alluded to obtaineJ, I
with many it was a choice of evils, as!
proven by the vote which the other
: Democratic candidate obtained.
The St. Louis papers tell of negroes
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i ,.H111 tiie under trr.iun.l rail road system,
run nil ruin 1h:il ifv iv A in itnnil.ll
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, l"r- o ladies in the Lowell Adver-
. lIst-r- lien will il end.' 'ne declares
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' "'ready, to be sure, that snr. is not anx -
lotis lor tlie last word, and then writes
about a column.
from tliiit celebrated mint the Louis-
il!e Journal, the uhii circulate a
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blooded murder was conni
the 21st ult., at Greenville C. 11.
that State upon the person of a young
man named Uubcrt llradden, by Mr -
I)er WelN. The weapon used by
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1 I'll I i (11 -IliCII IMittltltll rtC'l((l 111 111
ri-lit and kll side nun- in the ri-'ht and
1 miio iti tl.it l.tt ki.Io iiiiinl.iTii'i
cethrr, eighteen hulle's. The unfortu- ,
c.,r. ;.o.l r..r il... ii
twenty-six hours in the 'noat excrucia
ting pain and amiy The truii-aetion
resulted from I lea. Men's ha inn seduced
Wells' sister, a shurt time sime.
Wells' is now in ccnliaciceiit awaiting
J isr.rTV tio.in. In the g 1 old ..
Carolina State a gei.tiem;.ii ent son
to sciiool at an inslitu'n n situated on
Tar ricr; the teacher asked ''iin uh.il
bratii Ii lie wisl.c.l l.ir mi i.'it u.. 1 lie
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; laiigaaoie reply , i:..il lie Cur : I . are
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a U n what hram he he j.iit him i in to
i,c uiu iii iui j.i'm iii i . . e- nifi, iur ne
i.evcr sv u:n a lick in hi, hie!
mi:. r.i:ov.so and ai: i i
I i tM-l.i-t iiU!:i!ier 1 !' I!:ior:s n"s"
Qii::eriv Review, 1:1 1 lei. f aMicle
oa iiif:.iid, ( )'Ciniie 1 iV.".." . cents
the loll. ivvmg t leijin nt .1. nuiiC.a'.ioii
of the :haract r and tcii'i' ncv of Ab
Men may think as lliev w ill on the
d. .. s!inn nf k!:i vei v : hiit 1,0 t:,Mi. '
l.lin b-,1 ! v I. is hoi'.-itie.-ii II,. 1.1 i.. mii.I !
icem.lices, can watch, as we h ive.
l!.e use : t.d nro.'ii ss ol !-. A I nl In. n !
party in this coiinti v, ami not hold !
the leavt (..r-ci-ivahle i iion leii.i nee . I . ''
it to be recreancy to (If.. I and ti easoii
t ) the St ite. A mice subtle or .Ian
ucrous enemy to religion 01 to liber
ty it is impossible to conceive. ( 1 m
institi. tions could more easily with-! l have on
stand the whole comliiiied I.. ice ol ! v cue n,..mc!,i's ti.i.e to baud you
Europe direct-d against them. It is,,, ,.,,s.-,. to which I it for you.
yet to give them a seven! trial; t'Vo ate io.niiei.tai ily expecting to
convulse our whole nation, ami to !
hasten on a civil war, which we &;
already fathering on a no dis' iut ho
rizon. The party gather fnrco :.nd
virulence in its progress, it as-imi-lates
toitseif every p irtieu'ar fanati
cism in the country, arid roils. m its
accumulated and accumulating wa
ters to destruction, riot only of negro
slavery, but of the staie, of govern
ment, of religioiH institutions, of all
social organizations, and of ail law
but the law every man is to himelf.
The wildest extravagance can con
ceive nothing more extravagant than
itsavowe I piinriples; and tho bohie.-t
and lively imagination falls short of
the terrible evil its success would in
volve. The l!rilish government; for
reasons not difficult to divine, gives
this party its oflici .1 sanction, and
urges it on by all the indirect means
in its power.
It .ipjiears from a letter from one
of the Agents of the Ihitish North
West Company, that thev have n.
settlement in Grown n.-'ith of lati-
!tud 4D der. and never h.id nnv: and
jennst, are north of the 49th. degree,
land as the value and importance of
the territory to the United States
oepenns maimy on I's au vaniageous
I position for carrying on a profitable
'. remmprco with some f the riches!
poitions ol the earth, the
S'lnenderinsr this part of the ten itory
or indeed aiiv part, inu-t be manifest
to all who have mule 1 lien; selves ac
iiuatritni uitli the fnets.
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! m view .;i u.e rapi.i mciease o
poi.n'ation and the character ol
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; (M' . nit a Ijt!,0 listnis!ll
,n2 t,at a,. v (i.kmu' man am .. us
' js willing to vield to the iaetens:ons
of Great 111 itain. I I irll'ord Times.
fi;7- We coin- the lollowins from
!the New O leics Jelln soman llej.ub
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M Ij a 1 (j U.
IEt:L..tRATlo OF W-lR!!
'The schooner Kela:i.p :o, which
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, recent v arrived at tlx; Ua i iom
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i I ill Ml'.. l.illllV II ' I" uiv i' v .,,.
Iiwsdav ev.-ning. Ui.rprevi.nisa.
,,is j,v this essfl w ei e vei v lim-
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jone of the few letters which ieache.lt() the other Departments. The New
the city in cii.p.iny wi'n it.e ues -
patches tor the Stale 1 ).'p:u t iieiit.
It was not i nti! a hit hour yes'e.thiv
that we rpcfied the let lei. an ex -
tract from which follows, containing
. the oflicial communic.iti ns. a trans-
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. Iilllllll Ol Ullll .11 IS Mil' "llll-ll. I I'r
letter is fiom a fneiid Mne nd- i 'or this it v, wh. we under jtand, has
ent in Vrra Ci uz, and ei.e used the j cl. si d his . iii :i d icl.ilions with this
con. niiinic. ti ins. which are tio.n the iv.i.ntry, an I will leave in the It lam
.Minister t War 8c .M trine of Mexi- j nj-. next S-nurday for Vera Cruz,
i . It appears by tin s. th.t the Ti:' cl.im' ot the Mexican Con
vicviot.s intimations of tin inien-! -ilate i.i-re, w id he followed bv that
committed oii'iions of Mexico to declare war a-:
ainst iiiis country h iv i
i positive and determined -hnpe. No
, Mmj,:t. ;.t ,, non-in'etcoui se, it ap
j v . siru.(.rit VPSlt to ,,ie
j '" '"T
n'ih:ois. ...tinr snort ot a war
! :i v;ir ol in v istori ttn lh;i! o n.
l""l,,,s t,,e re-coo p.- st .. iex .s
w i I .iii;.e. se their lie!!i.'.'iiit lfilif:L's
..lid licl tiieir w.iun.l-d t.. i.
:t it is to be, we niiit pre
-eves tor t!io straggle. We !:ope ;
I v this tiuic that oui il -et is in t ie
we hope that our littla army!
i at its post
1 lie a:er W itch, j
I 1 1 h iii. iv be looked t 'T every
will !i:i; g us full p.u ik'iil.iis.
V e h.ive u.is.ia to i-e'li-ve
the .!. pat. !. (,, i!..- i 1
Sl..le af;.in'loi,. 1. 1
rtn eiit ot
!;t by the
i:i;. .-o. c- 1 1 1 1 1: 1 1 i. a ' 1 I t e-
ol w.il IciVIti I'.'l'll d- ci tled lV
.Mexi "an ( loverniiieii i.
I.l a st. II 1 lose!" V lew ot a war w :ti.
Me XI' ', Wi' take occ.im. ll to Mpal
v.iialv.e s .id the other il'iy. as llie
eo;i;se which s'uHlId be piiTslie.l III
:iei an celit. It Hi- are to be fin
li.o:Ied 1:1 a i-.'l.i'ii t W Ith Mexico, we
hope ihat the scale upon wliich the
eoiit- s! w lli be j r-.se. -lit'-hear
S ui t' l ela tl"ii to th
1 bv 1 wi'l ;
power and 1
dir.itv of tliis iiatioii. L-t the as
Hon ol our might as well as om
' Ijht I e .-" com
II...'. .un 'ijg t.n
"ti.ern. Milts ol a
v. stiue l r.'.io eau
P-ii ;; her
vvill !em..lii 111 ..! H
into a lepetiti 'ii
if the fiituily ot en.
to a war it'i ii'.
Ti.e follow mg is i he letter and doc
uments refeiie.l t-'t
Vkra Cue, July il, 1 C 1
I h:it Snt:
receive the i.ec.arati
11 ol wara-
gainst the United Slate:
f I... il,w ,.l ..... u. ,v.. in. !
to the interior. The Water Witch
will sail lor your port on the 'Joth or
i'Jih. " Vouis,
or-Tici:oi' www and m v-
M.' i loN' OF Ol'KllATiOVS.
Circuliir The I'nited States have
c.i!;s miniated the peifi.iy against
.Mexico, by sanctioning ihe deciee
which declares the annexation of the
department of Texas to that Repub
lic. The injustice of that liiurpa
tion is apparent, and .Mexico cannot
tolerate such a grave injury without
making an ellort to prove to the Uni
ted Stales the possibility of her abil
ity to cause her l ights to be respbet
ed. With this object the Supreme
Government has resolved upon a de
claration of war against that power,
seeing that our forbearance, instead
nf being leceived as a proof of our
trim. Ily disposition, has been inter
prrlcd into an acknowledged impos
sibility on our part to carry on a
Such nneiroroii hc put of the
United States will he advantageous
to Mexico, because, suddenly aban
doning its pacific attitude, it will to
morrow communicate to Congress
the declcratiou of war, and excite
the patriotism of iti citizens to sus-
j tain the dignity of the nation and the
'integrity of its territory, now treach-
jerously attached, in utter disregard
of all guaranties recognized in this
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ai'u in i.iiiti.
ou will re i.iiiv appreciate the
. importance ot this subject, and t he
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nr re-si ty of preparing the troops un
der your command, t mar
- iiiny point which may require protcc
itinn ':nst these n.os' hp 'ii-t ai"'i e--
.sions. i itiieneu ov Hie piovis -
, iona Pres . .nt to uijom np.-n von, as
iinnor.. n... . i.l I'.inr , i- c ni. on!
tVirifn ,,j.s ji.public.'to"ho!,l !
in readiness to repel those
j who seek the ruin of Mexico. The
L'o eni'iiei t is occupied in cr
tin; diilerei.t p nuts on too trontieis,
$ in coli.-ctmu tiie necessar mans,
- j '" h''. antmg to
,, s..,,.rpi, s (- t,1(ljr ,.(,ntrv
I hav tlie honor to communicate
fur jour intelligence, and to direct
! your conduct
f - I i t i r t i
ini.ianii l.iuenv, .viesiei, Juiv
1 tt:U. t R4-i.
This ciicular to t!;e authorities sub-
oruiniite fo tliis offi. e.
j Si,i.i!:,r fi,-.M.!nrs uer nddrpesed
it iiieans Ke;) i!)i!vin sivs:
l "Ah the Mexic-m vessels now in
port have obtained their cleaiances
! from the Custom 1 1. .use, with the ex-
j .-cpti n of the schooner Uelaii.pago.
i Th:s v. s:el will await the pleasme of
u. i I. .. :
. ,T, .11,111-111-, till- .Ill.Vivlll V.'.'ll?U.
of the ('ons-il-ites elsewhere in this
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1 1., ii i
. arrived yesterday.
Ot leans papers of the
days later. We copy
from l!i' -Vevv O.lcuis
that d ito:
t)-h iu-t. t v.
the ..l'..-.v i...
U ;.;. .hc in ,
A V ak : I i ll
Mi:xico. It aHords
u ; iiiceli i
ire to be enabled to I
h r 'i.ti o.-nts froiM the 'I'm-
)-c -.tiui-li are ul'i -lined fron '
! yesteid.iy, not so in:.ch j
v arc a rei'
.i:io:i of the
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.w-u .i. repeaie.uy "i-" :
the i.. M:v our government'
I id ; t in the event ol a
-aiI'i M.-xie.i. but because thev show
th.t h vv.-ver v.e ili.iv wrangle
,11 :ii . oi. -erns. our co.iiitry.
r u r.ni-.'." is, ater all. t.he iiiutlo
'i r! v ir'ie American.
We hive now to say tint, if .Mex
if.i is in ui en.ni'!i to I 'oiiar.I her na-
1 ti ie-.; existence hv tledarir.g war a
ig i st the I'nited States, we hope
'oik government will make no chil i"s
I p'ay "I the matter but proceed at
; 01 e, w ith t net u v. t put au end to
j 1 l.t- . 01, test in a way that s.ia'l re
! ioi.r..l to the honor of the AmeniMtl
name, and at the same time convince
,. 1 iiciir. .uii.u i'iii 1. 111.11.1 iii-i-
..'ii l.i.ropeui powers, thai wc are, ,- - .. i. . 1 c 1
' c ' . ,- : tutioiis; and be at. e to nidge ot his
mas'ers ol our movements on tins, ... , 11. -.1 ..1
iC i.til.ent. ;
.., ,iere is t0 be war, let it be no,
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'temporising a!l.nr, but prompt, elhc i-
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o "lis and convulsive. Let ihewn.-iei
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oiiuiry without a disei.tu:g votce.
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. i .i in u.e ii v ci liiuei. i ; itmi ici iul-
i. ivciniieiit act as becomes the iep-;
rs.'iitativc ol a great nation a na-j
t on too magnanimous to provoke a
it nr u lilt .in irin.iil.ilA ..ti.t i.,ii-iii-1i.-
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iici'ii ... lull enere!!!-. -1 ..,"! i when
lorc.'il into it. to p ake the aggressive
party fuliy alone fr its r.ishne-s.
We hope that Mex;co, relieved from
the gasconading inlluences of a few
hot-headed functionaries, will yet re
trace her steps. If she does not, the
conseipiences will be upon her own
head. A war between this country
nii.l .Mexico slioul l, as a
course, be short and decisive."'
The New Oi leans Picayune of the
C'.h inst. says:
.Mexico has not yet actually de
clared w ar or at least Ind not nt the
latest dales received from the city,
but the communications, of Garcia
Conde, published in thn Republican
of yesterday, would go to show that
the fearful mandate might be expect
ed with little delay. The Water
Witch now anxiously exj ected, will
tell the stoiy.
Army Mnruvnls. From the Pi
cayune of the lOil; iust., we copy
The steamboat Missouri brought
down yesterday companies, C. Si. D.
of the 4th infantry. They are from
Fort Scott on the Missouri, but last
from Jelleison II.irrac.ks. They were
under the command, as far down as
Sf Louis, of llrevet .Major Graham,
Capt. McCall, Lieuts. Ilollaway.
Iloskins, and Cochran, but upon their
arrival here the officers in command
were reported to be llrevet. Major
Graham, ami Lieut. Charles Ilosk
ins, R. V.. Cochran and 1. A. Herry.
The same boit brought down a de
tachment of recruits from Jefferson
Harracks, under command of Lieut.
Gore. The whole body, J1C in num
ber, were landed nt the Harracks he
low the rit v. Thev are on their ivav
to join the forces already in Texas.
If the accredited estimates of the
Me xican forces be nearly accurate,
and we do not doubt that they are,
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would not be hazardous to entrust
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.Mexico to those of our troorw which
will shortly be concentrated on the
Weeni frontier of Tex is.
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TTie Pillowing circular was nd-
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at .New Orleans, to t ie other Mexi-
can Consuls in the U. S:
New Orleans, Au. 8th, 1815
I5y order of Iis I'xce'leney IVes
id 'iit of the Itepuhlie, I inform the
American citizens residing in the U
nited States that His Excellency has
determined that this Consulate be
closed, and that I return to Mexico,
taking with me its archives, in con
sequence of the state of our relations
with the United Slates. In compli
ance with this order. 1 will this day,
close my office, and will sail to mor
row for Vera Cruz, on boarJ the Mex
ican schooner Ilelarnpago.
F. 1)e Aiuiangoiz. Consul.
The Picayune of the 10th inst-t
The Mexican schooner Relampn-
iTO, with Senor Arrangoiz on hoard,
was towed down the river last eve
ning by ihe towboat flen'.-va. The
same b at likewise towed down the
Mexican schooners Atrevida &, Car
men, i liese las' two are bound to
Campeachv; the Ritompao to "eia
WORK: A DUTV.
uI.et no farmer's wife think her
children too good to labor; but, on
the contrary, let tier strive eauy to
iix habits cf industry. Let every
mother teach In r soas, that while la-
b iron the farm is honorable, idle
ness, ignorance arid vice a'one biing
reproach. And when this lesson is
tlioionhly impressed on l.er son, o
corresponding h.ib'ts are formei!, that
son will be likely t m ike an efficient
man i.d n useful riti.en, whether ho
be following a profession, or In en
agod in the safe and more pleasant
; pursuit of asriculture. Uut when
the mother with ut this lesson, and
wi,l.out these habits, undertake t
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I llio.t; l.he.v l'l lll.l.ve ion. a ih.iicti.
'Let Tvirpnt hitmi to LMve nil iheir
chiidrea a good e.hicatiju. Let the
nl.iit-.l iiih..n it.-.t :i f.irmnr nf.l n.i
education, be banished Irom every
dwelling- There is no pm suit, where
iiiteliigen.-p, and a well cultivated
and a well disciplined mind, is more
necessa: v. than in proper m inure
ment ol the farm. Let the mind be
enlarged by a knowledge of history,
political economy, and especially the
sciences connected with agriculture.
Let tiie yoiiiii; farmer inricli his mind
by gener.il rendii'. Let him thor-
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IJ"ii;u;;ii I I li 1 1 s il 11,1 llillies WllllUltl IliO
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nit i oevoie ins nine 10 waicuiir o-
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'ti "'" pwooc in-.eresis, u.aii iu nit?
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puruit of hoi.est industry. In short,
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if t the la rmer he able to rt-as..n. to
txamine. and toj-i.lge fur himself,
I he will soon take the elevated stand
j in society to which his calling cnti
I ties him. and he wi'l nolongtr have
the opportunity ol complaining that
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pr ilessionai men i.ave tio much in
ihience. This will have a great ten
dency to attach farmer's sons to tiieir
home and to their larms.''
-I True Pic t tm: A young man
who formerly lived in Now York,
and who by some good fortune or
other, during a short residence in Eu
rope, had collected together a large
sum of money, on his return to that
city thus desciibes what he calls
codfish aristocracy' of Gotham:
4,A source of great amusement to
me, on mv return from Kurope to
New York, was the discovery of so
many new senses, when I discovered
so many wealthy men who compose
the codfish aristocracy of New York,
extending their hands to me, and ex
pressing their great delight at seeing
me again, although before I left New
York, those same nabobs would have
looked down upon me with disdain it
I had presumed to have spoken to
them. I rea'ly forgot, till they forc
ed the truth upon my mind, that,
since I left them, I had accumulated
a few more dirty dollars, and that
now, therefore, we weie upon equal
graund! I5ah! the thought of mon
ey being the standard of merit makes
nie sick, and the fawning, canting ob
sequiousness which I witnessed Irom
many during my Hying visit to Ame
rica, made me despise the sycophants,
and almost wish l was not worth a
shilling in the world! On the other
hand I met some good honest friends
in humble circumstances, who almost
approached nie with awe and then
I felt ashamed of human nature.
What a miserable, pitiful, and dis
graceful state of society it is, which