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st rietest vifjaiunce, JudiouA ötrttc ScutuicL wbif iS" wi! , " arc hing
i their customary yams boat Air. Kenton's declination
HEHI-WEEKLf. of the appointment of Major Genera) Ins personal
Krtuto vu.ii.i e i! thc PKicr. or timTT. rctethaaa With the President in eiwsacqnence, Sic Ac.
IMMVMI'OI.IS 11. Iii II 5t4i inn. All tliis stuff ia worth just ss tnueli and no more than
the humbug in w Inch it is their vocation to deal gene-
Rcw Hampshire Ereel ! abater f rom .Mexico. I duty to prepare ammunition to collect and improve
(irrat Victory over fee combined force$ of F(lr alism, By the schooner Bra ve, Captain Riddle, which ar- j the armsto bring from all points the artillery, and
Political Abolition und Furtion. iriveu nere yesieiuav irom ll.uana, alter a presage of at mum iu gamer an u war materia is : mini ahm!
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JSmce the publication of that document, l.e has issued
his address to the soldiers, in w inch he reiterates the
helplessness und destitution of those under him, and
states his determination of immediately proceeding
I serve to be reprimanded But it is not sumcient, if forth in search of the "litany sdtasnag taw soldiers.
-J -t,,f tke Umited States, km uutho. M? The pair deviLs however moat have sometime
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rilm "t t'i- ilnttrmmmt.
Granite State battled the mixed cohorts of Federalism,
ami nobis have tbev triumphed. Tlie Toryism
Massachusetts was broucM fully to bear in the con-! from ' ra r,lZ papers Which had just readied IIa- numerous and disciplined; it is not sufficient this the Gth ult., at San Luis lot .si, and is intended to
i .1... . . vaim: thev extend to the 7th ult.
n Ihc Diario ue la Marina, in an extra published on j we desire to secure a victory to oar arras, that Ute las they are deserted ty the Government, that they
of the 27th ult., aire tbe following items of news, taken army which I have the honor to command, should be I must endeavor to "kill what they eat." It is dated
test ; but New Ham; .-lure's Democratic sons recoiled
icv extend to the 7th ult. 1 army is possessed ot the most eminent enthusiasm to ! insure the soldiers with courage uiid patriotism
Ministry. oenor Kejon has again entered the avenge tne out rages thai nave Deen done to toe nation ;
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'to jrahble ab ut, and perhaps uns sunject win uo as irom me poaiwing iou.au. nnurwuim, I Ministry . ukinfl cliarae of the nort-folio of Foreign ihm is a great deal, certainly, hot it is bv no means: From the St. Louis Xevnue of the oth.
'g - t 1 well as any. But we doubt whether they ill he able greets the return ot her s:st(;r into the democratic Relations. Uanalizo still continues to hold that of all thai is required. I'uil ot lire, and desirous of Important from lli Wflt fisisl rs
. ,,. n . , to si take the confidence of a single good Democrat, in h
Tbeioihra mg will hereafter be Ute permanent terms im c
of the II '. 7 ittdsetnm Stüh Sentinel: Mr- ,i,lt,", or lUit ttm&BUV 1 heir object is I
,--i'vint nts ti be made always in advance. too easily fathomed. The Washington Union re-
One copy, one year, 2.00 . narlml ia publish hag Mr. Beaton's notes, which
appeared in our last semi-weekly :
t is a subject of much regret, that circumstances comme
have prevented the emploxmeot ot his talents in this uas
branch ol the public service. 1 he President regrets
it, because lie I. as the highest confidence in the mili
tary lawnta, the Real skill, and the ijreat energy of
Gen. Benton. He had honed ?o have it in hi power
to place him at the head of the army. The House of
Turee copies, one your,
Kite copies, one Near,
Ten copies, one vear,
I Published three tunes a week duntig the BSJSSieai.)
Otoe copy, S; 1 . 1 1 I Three cop.es, fMMIU
( 'ii" cojiy during the seseiou, lAnj
Tnree or more conies, each Ml
Tiie unders rjn-d w ill not publish legs I notices
Tri ii r''si.:'4'iive nnoers vvithoul pavmeni Deiru uia
t. e. f.r in advance. JUliN V. DFKS,
CHAP AI ANS & SPANN.
Tai C'oi r"poiilcti:.
J I r abelbyville. Wr have wnt one mimt i to J.M.m pr
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saeaasjat pjprr isanf fcjr nan, Weaaesaftua oir isaansi aftea.
iaauM w e litt üo loi wie, vve luve no cxhin. t t im doing i Ii- aiiw
h oil.i ts, aod an f rr;rnr, iuri Ii utiI .y Tlicr Ufcn vf HMtte tliou
wndi uf dolbre, nniut e ih t adherv r:ily to tun terms.
cmllire lo , II at II ihr Stnlr Sentinel w.ia raidillt I on Ihe rretllt 'general Ijentoii a JUIll
)trui, u woaiti rum ih roiririt.M in irutiuii tws ears, and as 1 chief command of the army in the field' without
MiiMMig die iliin! tltai wvaa. s perseding tour other generuls who bold si ni.r
S. M.. I in lima I. U.il.ince asolalt.I in .ur 1. Iter, paused Ui your i olll 111 i s i , ,i , ; r : 1 1 VV i.O are at llltfl tlinn I'llliloved
actively in the held : to have done it at tins critical
Sent our dvert.M-mei.ts l.y ,ta ... TaaasSSf jaBcture uou'd have bei n to jeopard (ha SUCCCSI of
eur arms, and to embarrssa the military operations
Cewtbc ToWMMir F t!i U . ,. fonts ! A now in process ot execution. I oder these circum-
meeting of the Democrats of Centre Townshin will I Hf!imrs' " a ,,( reirei im u m netai
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nily. We have only room for the following, the War, and oenor Doblado, ex-governor of Guanajuato, glory, the gallant Republicans ot the army of the irom taaatai I V.
1 ot'icial not bennr vet at hand : 1 l'00 been PP'",I Minister of Justice. Aljs Would not have been able to do what thev (lid, if S?1ttjaler (j dm. Ckttfki H ut and twtnhf Amri
From the Boston Pott nuren apoiiaiion UM. Uns measure FtJl instead ot anoing tne seauiirui and tert;ie tieuis ot " f re rawc, ana lanai na aaacK on
NEW HAMPSHIRE DEMOCRACY continues to agitate both the Government and Con- Italy they had met with barren deserts, obliged to Fff ct., djc
Tk.jiUTUuMMM r i 'r c, i i 'gress. I'p to the latest dates from the tapttoL noth cross in the horrid nudity in which tltey were. Ti.e followino; sad news unrieed last avialamHaan
Ihe noble democracy ol the Grtlllte State baft fM .' olltaiI1,.fl troni th,s s,,r,J p No helo could be eiveu to them fur the moment . Iwlepend, nee. We eive a oort.on of an extra r.
vindicated their honor in a manner worthy of rrntetui .i. : ..... i i i . . .. . . , .i i e .i . L.wJ r..M ii r. . .
i . .ii. . . 'p. : . I aauisi me project niu UCCI1 received JiliU DUDllS ien Wll lUCir VOUni; ecUerS I , I r till tlie MUHVV 100 01 the ' - "i-m me expositor onae, and a letter Irom
udation in the late contest. J heir slnuinei" n r. . K.. . ' . . B. . . , 1 is, l. ...i ui -..n .
op irom an parts oi aiezico; one irom the Blbop of Alps, poinieu oui w toem me reuc ciues wnicn wooau - i" ......i m9vmm u iwn.iavi iuu ms us
igainst a most desperate and reckless enemy, Mic)KMCan WM remarkable for its energetic tone, become a pi ize to their army. They saw With won- melancholy details
Mswd ot wbigs, renegades, and fanatics! But ,..., .... i .-ir ... . ... b., . , , di i ..: i.... ...
r Iii .v . . , iiinii .iniiu iiineeii seems to nave tauen tlie aiartn, iier, tne nuynincrai i min t.i., ., . r -
sol pure old Jellersonian Democracy justly mnA in .iftt kih i,,, i,n inuM. miyiii,iM thom Hmm Hip Mexican soldier the same neranpctinn M Messrs. Harris. .Wilier, and others have naat airisal
appreciated the importance of the contest, and went
into it with a resolution worthy ol their cause, am
achieved one of the most glorious civil victories re-
: the charge made amiinat him bv his M imnlacahk eno- He has tu march throturh his own eountnr. and he is i from tsanta Fe, bringing intelligence that an outbreak
' I miea that it owes i:s origin to him. He -ays he obliged to respect the houses and property of bis I had taken place at Taos that Charles In-nt, Governor
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ReitreaentaUves had ex: reused, by u vi rv large majo- rordüd in tbe annak of onf nnlitiral histore Ud, ' 1,1 ' uu"" m'1 imoi .nation w men uas reacneu couiurymen, wno expect ir- n. n... niu.e. won. an - ' , ' , ; " ' "l IZZ " 1 . r79
in rif their desire to have a General-in-Chief sefceted . polllicai blStory. Influ- ,!irn frotll at parts of the Republic, that it has pro- nearly deserted, it does net offer a shelter againtt the f billed bytbe aaarectioi j aiaa Gen. Lee and
in irny, tueir oesire to nasi a uenerai mniei seiectea (n,t.s trum Massachusetts were brought to bear: , m, ,,,. . L. 2 aXmnmi ,ri. ' i lf.!rm,:,.f ,,,r .,mm mmntity ni water tor the brother. t -tret ier with Mr. 1 uriev. as well mnr.v
le n tilt- 1 resident h.inselt : but tl.e vv Hole leueral party ,,., t M... I). rn,, r:.ts w i;h ,r,,.,,t f-.n-.. : i1 . " " . . " . 1 " - T" .1- " . . : "
of the Senate, in coalmen With that balancof- J . J rr,,rr,, chametar loo tha T.llie nK M1001 u,ld tl,:,t ,s dw,"'d US author, from en and horses; if we advance, it is mmstry to v ineriea ns. i nis coin pany Bome six men
oower nartv M to whose araaioua disnenaation we are i ? - 2? . . , , i tbe publication of a confidential communication made put from distance to distance depots of provisions ' f 8sta Fa on the 13th of January ; and learned
- md Ä ÄeÄva Tnd byl. "oll,eC,overnmeut. If, then, this is ao the where the soldier will be able to tind, after being intHlmence h,h they bring m regard to the
Oil their nrivileired SofaS defeated the nroOOSilion- V . triumphed our all ubsbclea, and , meSSUre available, in the present critical con- worn down by fatigue and hunger, the necessary re- ; ntttr Iron, un express sent Ran the alcalde of I aos
- i d 1, Ncu llamplore ,s restored ber former high post- jancture of the Nation, and to prevent the evils pre- sources to livl on. WitbtHit this it teems impossible the alcalde at Loa Vegan, rising the (otegai ag
.mil placed the fiesideni in an embarrassing relation lu. m t,lt. family ol Democratic States, rhe ureas J. . , . , . . . ., 1 ., I ,.i.,..i. - .i. .... i.. .
In thM vvlnh. uikiM-i Tins important . . s.ue h.v.nr ...... . , , .. r . dlCteo 01 it, lie entreats l .oiigress. if thevaienot lor the iiriiiv to make anv movement, nas anyuur.g " - -
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Lveu inns e,ii iin ii i- uiiiiuii in tue cciwir, in- activity. vnMlan.-e and anil tv mist rnasii anil tumor 11 , . r 11 . C i I i , ,
Ir , i r.i i . . igMeoce, biiu auitny u'isi rjia . u, ami lienor mich a manner na mitn thorn mmi wvoaI i haw mad,. ikAMftmh of mmUImhii t is that if Col. Price is not upon los guard, a similar
. ..u,. oacu,c..ie...i..,..-Mo,. o, ur amwu Bhotild be rendered them tor their ifallaiit bearimr. I rv; J r.T..; m Äi..; .... J i . o, b,.,.,, revolution will take ulaca at the rite of Santa Fn.
. n l'ojtlirp llil i liM rl tin rx.Wir t.i i i- i.rii-iti' Wi .i , w, . . , .. in cuiwruunicc ui iin-M- M' inviiiaiiuii.-, ii I- -. iu ivu o, ...MMoir, um i vwihv. ..- -
VW o congress, tlul be MO no por to u.Mgnan ItM. .aaaoi the people have also exhibited a firm-1 .., r' i,.a ,. . ., vll.ri.t i tillt, l.. i , .i JL. and orobablv Co. Doniohan and !,,, valiant littla
l u ! os 1 1 1 1 Iii t iu ill .dl ' i i .'C ui hit ' ivi an i ' ' i i . ii ' ' j i 1 1 . i i r i t , , i . u i i i
means to raise funds. A proposition was accordingly is worse, I don't see that there is any prospect of do
ion that (ieneral
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rexDENCE, Ifareh 1st. 1" 17
Editor pf the Reveille Mr. .Miller, of Saline
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fx-holden at the Court lloose on Monday afternoon, ÄVÄÄn-j u iu m. .Lud l;. ehen.-n in tl.m s-.m o T
j-'ii vNfuciiW x-y 1'iiictit, nit; v ' ii i ct h mm ii Hi.i t www area a mewtij invti
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which do him blffa honor, declined to accept the ap- be tound in the returns. But considering all the cir. belonging for the most part to Spanish merchants of lion; I appeal to the tcsumony ot the authorities ol - , .", ' "." 1 u' ' " , ,l,
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ipril .eii, at ;i o'clock, P. M , to choose delegates t.. I(f- tlle lMi winta out. Upon the receipt of this letter", neither time nor room for any comments upon it this
a county convention, and to transact such other busi- (ieneral Benton promptly, and frankly, and in terms week; nor are any necessary. The whole story will
ncfis a mav properly come before them.
n., , .. , - an I ointaaent of major eeneral in the army, which the cumstances ti.e character, means
President had ottered to him, and which the Senate slices ot the motley host opposed to
"Tb neaaila uf ikta n ir. hM hum mmumnh m d so honorably and nnanimonsl v OOttfirmed. we think this victory unparallele.
ii.t n.mioi bfthMM Am i..t . -.r ,..,t. i.r..,. i Rii..n It is poss.hlc that tins measure, deemed of vital political triumphs
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and t ie one now m nro.rn.-a. In Hi- we fonrrht to portanca by ihe President, might still have ulti- -l vide is very large thc larges
- nnBT man nutrly been pasaed t a majority ol the Senate, it mw oiaie. it win prooaoiy exceed UU.Utsj. Vvhal
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it had n t Deen announced (in conversation) by some ,nc majornj er inr, vv lumms is, we are now unabi
nesaand intelligence w hich no men-ices could daunt
or nicked ingenuity mislead;
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riguis, ano unuenwanuing, oareu maintain Uiem. land to authorize the Government to borrow from the ness.and in the' most dreadful misery, so much so from which their courage and prowesn camnot esricns
From th New Hompskirs Potrui. in..,,,,. w...i!,i,. ti... ,.f st ir.n is si . ...i, r ti. ihat for lwmtv.fi ve dava I have not been able to nnv them.
DEMOCRACY TRUJMPHANT ! FEDERALISM latter with the power of selling securities, redeeming their rations, which have been therefore taken on
AND FACTION PROSTRATE!! Lanital, a... &- i riM ja ult.. nsoimior. was credit.
A democratic governor .1 democratic council .1 passed bv the Coturresf rivinaT amnle powers to the! Tlie heroic defenders of Monterey, wounded by the I ety, and others have unt arrived from Santa Fe.
dtmCraiic senaJe A democratic house. Government to proportion (lay) contributions bv balls of the enemies, are lying here, quite abaridoned, I wnc place they; left January L9tb. They br;ng
Such, in a few words, is the ekariooa reault of rl... Users possible means. One tact, it is added, is without any other assistance than that which the bud news A few days on tlssif jm.mev they
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nroven positive. Santa .Anna, in a mmumcation cnanty ana tne patriotism ot a icw inueDtiama give I . " 7 " WJmw
inade to that body, states that be has found himself then..' had jt made their escape front raos, and who re.
-.Mi.r.-.l Ia ! a liniiila m .(si LL. i .. ,S mW Thorn Ic not in this f, i h i vv r I i rn n B v e a won . ortedthata rillir ,,t tl,e mbhle had token place
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lie one now in progress
repel an invading nie from our shores
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K mi.e,! me ranonihilit to the utmost" Tbe Minia- scarcelv nossible to assist the troops with two days J ''" 1 1'" tamwzwtu o, aoaa, uam y
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January 28, states that be had just forwarded $3d,UUU to attend to present necessities, ui tne nimi.i-mi ' ' ' " -mt
. ,. . ... ,1... r.v annronrated or the expenses ,.t the amiv. op!; si..).- uc """"e to me ;u..rn..iis nau mxn aiueu
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Don Ventura Mora at Maaatlan had proclaimed OQU have come to hand, which was received 1,, De-1 , " " "ree lam. 01 nis in
A Ii...... .. I ...I ... ..C. MmhM Inc. mnA noth.nir tins nres.-nt month, and in Ii " i IT 1 1 ' rl i . ! vv liefe he W lis atWtekeil. J he lllSUT-
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c:i Iii mi t, 1 jtMitiT n in 1" . 11. f 1 r - 1 ..r r . o iiHti ii i uiTii ii ii i nuj 1 1 1 1 u i i ii con v er si, 1 11 in 1 11 v iiiu,: . .....j . . , . ... 1 . ...in.- c iii t lion una nie ...., .. .. . .v u ... - . - . 0 , 1 . .1 1 1 v 1 w .
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of the a bole people (w ith tha exception of such men as
out the remainder of the .session on the 1;
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lanes U.ichanaii and oth.-rs of the aaoaVrn deasocra- j Congress, and thus defeated, not only this bill, but Inuinpliantly elected, and that will satisfy the Demo-1 March from San Lni. It is slso recorded thst on
cy while Una is detested at heart bv thoosnnda of pMsagaol some of the appropriation bills, just cracy ol the urauite Mate, wIkj have so nobly viudi the 27th the Mexican army waa to leave San Luis,
a.i parties who have not vet avowed it. .Since jt 1 "s the two million bill had been defeated at the last cated themselves, and so triumphantly redeemed the for Saltillo and .Monterey, several brigades having
baa been neoctaiBaed thai this ia 10 be a rar of eon- J sesaion, ay Senator lavia speaking State from the control of the most incompetent, been pushed forward in that direction. Gen. Valcn-
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ouet. neonle. wlui heretofore regarded it in a d.fter. against it. tiatliei man lose those bills, so imlis
ent light, have just eaeamenced thinking fur them-1 pesable to keep the wheel, ol g;overttment in motion
selves. No denunciation such ta "treason and trai- "ring the war, the friends of the measure (ol the
ton Will prevent an express..):, of opinion. Those ppointmenl of S commanding general; were corn
most in tbe habit of reaorting to such denunciations l" 1Ir,i l" bandon it.
are the BSOSt likely, on the nrst necaaion which may ! ,;' t,hS result, the country does not lose the services
present itself, M bs themseU res guilty of treason." ' ",f NIr' Benton, but he remains 10 the high othce ot
t .T. . , . c , .. ., Senator ot the I uited States, winch he has su long
GO-lue above is a beautiful specimen of the rare morably graced.
acumen, h.stoncal kwrwledge, and political honesty j
of thc new bellows-blower of Uit Slate Journal! Firm Uotigrcasieiaaal Dtetricf
What an exalted e-t:!u tte must the writer place ujm.ii VVs have noticed two communicatiooa in the 44 Ea
tan intelligence of the people, if he really supposes i,fl(M published at J.isp'-r, Dubois county, signed ,4a
them ta be an ignorant of the political history of thc Jeifersonian Democrat." The object of the w riter is
war of 112, as not to kn tW weil that his statements very evident. He wishes to prevent the nomination
aro the very reve.se of truth ! We should consider f Mr. Owen for Congress, and to sectire the noinina-
knavish. corrupt, and imbecile administration that ! cia had resigned the com ma lid of the division at Tula ;
the officer now in charge 10 Mnir- Genera
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which were lent me 00 pledge of my private property, nan naff on ma momerers so tar, nut ms nun,
and which were sent to the division in observation "at 'ventoully, remams lobe tobJ. An express had been
Tula. Could the army under soch miserable ciicum-1 eot to M re, bat Air. Aid er reports that there
stances, make a movement 1 Far, very far, au, I were not more than 4U0 efficient men with Prase, and
tv,.,,, inin.,.tin0 th.-it tl. Ueaican aohiier depends that t rt (Alarcy) north f the hasp, was not yet m
;, upon the promptness with which Ins country paysl condition U reeve a prrssna fur a p.otraeted
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him, but there are difficulties which it
ever disgraced any enlightened nation.
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list rontaina. rdonr I .... ' Ira t Vi.v There sisaears to ha no truth tn the I for ua to overcome. It is impossible to give rations
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IS l!llt0$5,DlC j nii. unv ue i oti, "uni unsr; 10 ue lll'UIM'
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eu, .is uiev were miii in me town, lue torce ol the
to the troops when there is no rations, or to pay them riil,hU' was' l" Taos, ibout lis hundred, ifcaagh there
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UAl of FORTY-ONE to tbe democraU ! irary, the papers state that the authorities ot the de- " , r le ri v IndianaaVe hope of plunder, lo two or three
t,e towns to be lieard from gave last year, demo- lament, being convinced that it is the intention ol JgJ "m ,, , ac- thousand. Air. MiHer thinks, Zw v r, that Colas!
erat. 8, federal alhes ... the enemy to attak that city, are actively employed "? a , . ; , ,J n 8 hue would not think of waiting to bs besieged, but
It tha representatives from Hums towns should be in devising and perfecting measures tor its defence. KJVfJÄ would at once march out and meet the cd It
the same as last year, ;,ud no others shall have been - Pnentc National." and another sahent pomt,callod . ' ; 1 lw s J . mJ,; l ,r e would undoubtedly be scattered on the first smritad
elected, we reckon the bouse to stand as follows Chiquihuite, have been fortiicd. Thc legislative as-1 1,8 wnta' 11 do,s 11 h ab w ,,lJlt 1 Fr1 in ,
Dem er als, 150
Federal allies, 134
. . 1 ä ft.
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..c ,1... A , t,n... i... enemy, to sustain us r ci n;,me, ami me iitirj ana ,
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aajfjalraj gvilty of folly aimcasl equal to his own, to tion of some other person. In order to accomplish 10, and 12. The allied candidates are probably chosen ! Wubasco. Don Justo Si
ssbaalt evidence tu ab w tl at so far from sapporting his purjK.se, he not only praises the candidate of Ins 1M Noe.2,5, and Ii. In district Mo. 11 vve think there ed Governor of Tabasco,
Col. Alurphev with Government funds was met
'less have been, till to-dav, all The endeavors I ,;,,ir d) Santa Fe. N i SutaVstte, tsarer
used, al) the steps that I have taken, having in ut despatches, was met within a couple a days'
Si n vtk. The democratic candidate fr r the situation and number of our trooos are mute con- "cw r,HV,I'ls " neceaaarj lunua. oiea öfter , j v -
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ate 111 which the troops were placed. The answers " he had planned an escape, but had been Med ill
" . . n . . a a a . . -
lli democratic majority.
b democratic candidate
appear to be elected In districts Nos. 1, 3. 4, 6, 7, , tradictory
authorised the Governor ol Vera Crua to adopt every
' possible means for defence clothing Iii in , for the
time, with extraordinary powers. The accounts vf
is no choice.
Santa Anna lias been appoint-
ad intuitu, by the Supreme
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,i ... . .. .i ci i i.- ....... .u ii i . i j m no ui'i.tr. . lovci n ni' iii. n uie v i tin. ;t oimniBii siuop-oi
tue war ot low, the tuen tedera , but now seit- wn choice, which ta all very well; but ha insidiously , , ., , , 1
.... ' , , r , ii. .It ii probab e that the Democratic can- war, destined tor this port, entered the river,
atyled whig p,rtv , opp ed it with as much or more assails and misrepresents Air. Owen, which IS not SO didates fof councillors are elected in all except the !
bitternesa than they now oppose the .Mexican war. well, and nhich we do not believe ia agreeable to the Cheshire district, though we cannot now tell with PrsjCla aWM tleai of Simla 4niia.
ineiactoi their opposition their -moral treason," leeimjrsoi me people oi ine nrsi oistrict. u lias not "y: t posswi mat our candidates in both. t, , , liZTe liZ 1 'uZ ' i ,i.;..i. 'Mtlm you further information m retard to D..,,, than.
the Kock lll-rha in and Strafford Jrfti .M ULU ' " "" .... ... iw i- ,.... j .v in.,i .. uns n.niuo y"j , , , . T , . .'
i - w u w jv iv Htn
to all these were promises, and remote hopes, which
I fear will never be realized, or it so, they come per
haps too late.
I think that I have fulfilled, by this, my duties,
because it is not for me to j r pose the way of pro-
v id ins the necessary funds, and I have only to my
it. Gen. Doniphan had received invitations to ap-
proach Chihuahua promises of a friendly relation,
&c, but treachery was designed sodouatedly, and
prudence and valor avail be nrcrsas rj to extricate
him. The express which left Santa l e on January
Dili w ill probably arrive here to-morrow. This will
in district No.
as the :ilional IntfdlifTMM th.n tliu urmn .if tin. vet heconle neci sarv to destroy Mr. flaren ehera
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r. i ...... , - , u in.- n iim.T.HL' VUl"s.
Democractic administration called it, is written in tar, or to stab his reputation, in order to secure the -, .. . .
ONi.KKSS. (eil. l'i:i-uo m rln tn.
the history of the country, and forms the few dta- nommatioa of somebody else; and if such are the g t user two thousand majority! Last year
nracefftd pages eoatained in that history. This is nly means by which Mr Owen can beset ns.de, we majority in the district was less than (( and i
well known to every man of common intelligence, have no hesitation in saying they ought not to be sac- snu his allien hate all the time aasnred their readers
and was witnessed bv many a man now living. The cessful. Uix ou!d lie defeated by more than rive bun-
.... . dred .
J -urnal itself confesses as much bv naminn Air. Lu- VVe have no disposition to interfere in anv district i' t j . . t . i . , ,
J ' c i . i Jo.iuson is elected in tne 4tb by a large mato-
cnaaan an one or the pponenta of the war of 11. hut our own, in the nomination of candidates, and rity j vve cannot tell how much.
He was then a federalist or whig ; at least vve sup- shall not voluntarily d i so, except to publish honest No choice m th" Other districts. In district No S,
pons it true, that he nominally belonged to that party communications in favor of any democrat in whose mouiton, (dem..; lacks some im) ol an election; but
at thai time. But it is false that h- opposed that behalf they may be w ritten. iHit vve have spoken ot
mM m - . ft 4 . I ' ft r Hi
war ; on wie contrary, he supported it both by the matters reierrcu to anove Tor tins reason. A a w
head and hands; ami it was the "moral treason" days since we received a marked copy of the " Eagle,"
of the föderal party, and their taking sides w ith enclosing a manuscript note, (on which the jjovern-
'IM t iiti a JPm . ara
which I made on mv return to this eonntrv in mnist ' u ,.p ,t m,,.-: hn Lt.ou .. thr.t thoso sn.:.ll sums that 1 '", dieXICaiH WHO 1180 l.eeil arrot. U in :.nta l e on
last, and determined to respect the national will, I have been from time to time remitted are not of great ? bad been diaeharged. Vtw neceastty m
whatever it should be, I have directed all mv atten- help, because thev will do only to cover the wants of Uon't' 111 N' Mexico, With a system of severity
lion to the def, nee of the country, to the suataining I a dav, they are not sufficient to make permanent sniblfcla to the brnto! cl,nru, terot the inhabitants, is
Of her threatened liberties, to restore to our arms their ! impression," nor to base further operations Dpon. If suhlciently apparent. When sheBwa makewar as
old brilliancy, (Which had been tarnished in the late ' those w ho are able to do it are not Willing to help the 'I we meant it . s.
conflicts,) and to rout the enemy who attempts to nrmv, the only protection which the country has Will Jmu i f s; : m r ., . A.arcfi 1st. 1-1.
blot out Mexico from the cata louge of nations. Fullv ! be exposed, and thev may lose all with tteir independ- Messrs. Enroics. .Jr. i.eore H..ir.nau nnd
satisfied with the honor if exiwaing my life for the ence,and they will be obliged to transmit to posterity several others, arrived here this evening frum Santa
pooiI of mv rountrv. fand, nerhaea not "without hon i . ,,nn.o ft.ll of inomine I ring some startllnjr mtelliprnee.
B" J'V" "M ..... .. . ...... - i .......... . ' " 'fe
the British, thai tanght bun be was on the rent was äVfrauded of postage,) and w hich note,
srrong alee, and impelled him to leave tho federal though without aig nature of any kind nodtstly began
and join th..- dem icr t ic or republican party. Let the time :
Journal specify an act of Bocbanans adverse to the 44 Will the Sentinel please publish the extracts (of
be has about 7'I0 more votes than f.inoi ('..1 IV ih
atrful volunteer. In Nö. L Jenneaa. rdem.) ha
large plurality, and lacks about latJOofan election.
Il'- has about 7U more than Goodwin.
If we tind room, we mav hereafter treat our read-
of acquiring an immortal name, by securing her
el ry forever, by placing her in that pre-eminent po
sition which she ought to occupy amongat the civil
r . nmtrriMi'M ' I would have omitted to nrescnt to
you such a picture as that eiven to von now, ami ........ ... .. v.. ,...,... u
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This company state that the information '.vhich the
which 1 know 'will fill your hearts with bitterness; hut J " mrty miieaoi
ivnil nntinn. f tl.iw nM ..f tl LA- I I.. ...Lw. I ; ..i W t.. ,v iron notire of all that A aos, u men aiarineu tneui. as mere were only lour m
imvv oih"iiö ton pH t iii ni fyav.iftftft-i'ftn.i. i iimi in c ii 'j--'-'------ r. . .
command of the army. I knew very well liow dan-1 occurs. It would be a crime were it not brought to comf, Lney travelled night and day till they
Cert)Ul the enterprise was; I knew the risks end I your notice. 1 don't accuse any one, nor do 1 direct jars, out of d.i.ger-and came by Uenfs 1-ort where
compromises I would ha ve to incur : I knew that the mvaelf to anv bodv : but I cannot consent that tht tney 'tarried awhile.
era lo a specimen of the 44 weepm?, wailing and am,y was rery small, and disorganised in conse-f lionor of the army, and mine, also, should sutler, Lbey also statelhst they bad received pews from
gnaaliing of teeth," of the N. V. Tribune, ai Ihe qence of the lata dismrda, and that there were few when, in no period "of our history, has the army de- " l'-n.phan. who :,,d taken poss.--s.onot Kl Paaaa.
glorious result. rl- who retained relicts of instruction and served more credit and mere esteem from the whole A I' tT,.r bad rCre,ved L1 1 J ,"'
discipline; I knew that the excheuner of the nation , ,,trv ('a"s- ,rom Xl" ('"v, iM r tA 1 hlhaabua, in which he
i . i .. .. i , . m t'nMiir'iiv iii- iifi "i. . i v . . . .i . ... i .. .1 . .i ... i i i - i. r i r.- ...... sain ma. .eil. v ooi u.i.s vv 1 1 ii i ii i i i rl I nay s u.arci in
orose I'ion i.T the ivnr ntvninaf ('r.t P,:. C. a COiUUIUUiCai e'U SjJiieU a .lenersoiliail l"'iUo( IHI, I I """"' 1 uaavat. 1 ue U UIOH StaiCS Iliai On i . i i.i 11 s 1 1 1 1 umi inmic spun w.ib uiumth uow,i, , oucei muff mvseil I SIKl . I rein mi .01 nn; isw uwc, .
pro. t l.i ion 01 tne v...r against ureal Britain, t it . , . . .. ... . , ., ... t. . n.i ihm nil ..r.. i.r..,i r ti, t-.,i Mrnli.i.nno I ..... .... 11...1 Chihuahua, fhis was intended to deceive the Aaaeri-
UiarKi-tl li! uif ivijie, w i.u in.- iuihiw m bihuiui im- i.i.ii i 111111 ui ua Btniuu Ol IIIC CUflte, a UUtU- ,,,, iimuuh iviviuiivuji i jiitAiuaiifi waft i siin iceiniceL tuat im: ft i.i liuh wiica
her of brevets wet a ,., fi, . 1 , , 1 ,1 . ,1 m 1 whoh i:a v e been taking place constantly during the me to defend her in the present contest and to restore "ns ' '"""I -now .. wjuas
ocr ot brevets a ere confirmed, and that the official unfg period of more than twenty-five years: bat 1 to her her liberty, bonorVand glory, or,to perish with Wool. 1 ue only chance ot his escape is to retreat
order is now in the course of preparation. I hat Of wma Ji4rmi I ... w..r,r...rt c-,li' f,. ,.t Ii nm.u ;0 ..1.. 1 J n,,l r ont mm. nor back to Santa Fo. He will be certain to be attack. d
cm. We Challenge and d Mr it to do so. When it
can do that, and when it can slnaw that brrsuna of it
he is suStai Bed by the democratic ).irtv, as the whigS
Nastain huiiel VTebster, who not only opposed the
war but voted against etery bill in Congress for the
pay of tiie so!,h. rs and Seamen WbO were fighting
the battles of the country, or as they sustain John
Latvia, who as editor of the Worcester Spy," m
NUssndtusetts, aWnouaced the government then, just
ns the lou iul and Other federal whig papers denounce
it now, th.' u we will admit that mu democrat can be
named who, as tha Journal assert!, 000 sed that
mJust war. h vvhrni it can -how that a sinalc one
of 111 S ates wllich then refuted tluir qootas of men
to fni th ranks uf our impoverished and bleeding ar
Bt , or that a single one oi them which proieated,
and appointed delegates to, t'.," inmmona "Hartford
Cooventita," which was designed to give anoreri
character to their 14 moral treason," when the Jour
nal can show that ttngh out of those Stages was not
mmfat federal- ronfr , in agery branch of their
several governments, then we will ad nit thai there" .s
a s'i t ! of truth and propriety m the otherwise ut
terly fil.-e assertions which it make -.
As to the talk of the Journal a bo .t " prevent, re an
e,ues,ion of opinion' we know of none who with
n d it, except it be the federal wb and uiira sla
very Senators. No true democrat, much M he may
regret the 44m ral treason" ot a portion of the whig,
a 1 j
remarai pretacea .as ruiiorioi
'Iben followed the editorial prcficc, all cut and
dricl to eur hand-', and beautifully embt llisbed With
punctuation mirks and rhetorical flourishes 1 A rarer
specimen of imp I ' ' tiian all this, we have g Id. mi
Brevet Major General " conferred on Gen. Worth and without hesitation! instantly took the immense I do I oretend anything else. But if, unfortunately, f feecea sent op from Chihuahua. These gentlemen
come in contact with. Tim writer roust either suppose the regiment of mounted riflemen,
has been announced, and anion;' the others are an- responsibility on tny shoulders
aounced the names of Colonel Percifer F Smith at Surrounded by ditliculties and thousands of obsta-
errdit should not be given to my wordsif, against "ins uiai me weakened condition ol the Americans
all hope, somebody iliould think me not capable ol " uering ine ruieaw, win
keening faith with tliem, I shall prove it with deeds, five the Mexicans aach an advantage taart taaay may
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ol lili-li I li'i.l l". inl. A,w. iiifli.,1,1 I. ..in. ..1,1 , f.. .
..j I. 1- ,,r mm l.th . and knavn himsidf wl id, 1 . i . . ... n UKiUllt. and IO 00 all Wlllcll, as a .Mexican ami as a Tell me, ll it is desireu to Uel.ver IDC comiiianu oi , i )
rouU "r b' b ,t!l ll intl a kMaXL himm whlt li general Lv brevet, and Lieut. Col. Henrv Wilson, of rwl ,!, u- K.a , . ..... i i ....m ., ' . i ...... .... ;, .1.1 u 1 ...Li u. hv confiscate all the nooda of the traders.
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mat is our private opinii n of him. publicly express .1
. I ... . " --m-i-.w.v ' : tiit tu nn "im
tlie 1st regiment ol intantrv, to be colonel bv brevet, think exnedient ami luwonnrv. 1 felt verv cnueh af-ithi thm -,st onnortonitv to acouire an immortal
TL.. i! l! .1 I ... L I..11 nifiiA .nolo oiii.o.rh In r .1 11 . . em' ft k mm ". m n "'. 1 i
llltS laCl lilill III l'iii;Tii its Mi ii inn. ia jnii vmvmii t" tf X j k i r
From the St. Louis L'ntun.
'i t m lo a . am
III- III! .. 'ft I 11
'allant ami meritorious eonihict m the rmi. ui l' u. coiisii eriü"' luvst t as the rreat centre ot al nmmm liccuiise when it concerns mv eonntrv tier! i bmti i.ir.i, , a. , . ,.
show that be is consciou, notwithstanding his folly, ture of Monterey. Lieutenant Colonel John Garland H' a,ui 1 trembled, contemplating how closely feelings and glory, there is nothing, nothing in the Mv Dean Friend:-As I expect io haveaa oppor-
of the dirt) part be is playing. But be cannot so of tl:). Uh rrifilurul rf inftnlry l0 , e ,iM ' lojgui d are my destini . with those - f tins country, ; world difficull to ma. !UU;, '1 -tt. r he ore the mail Ir. m Santa
mm iv catch birds with Mff VVs know him and Z Jr ?Z 1 11 r ' 3 which is bo beloved by me. A single fault on mi 1 will retire if it is tbooght useful, not to take the Fo ea 1 communicate the intelligence I have reeetveal.
""7 c" 1 ; k 7 weknoa bim,and vet, and tapt. rbomas Childs, ol the 3d regiment af part could liave ubnrged ber forever in an abyas öf I aower which was conferred upon me n few days ago ; f esvor lo writs yon a few lines, altasjnfh
Utink we can latlKim nis Shallow artincea. -A mi we artillery, an.l lieutenant colonel bv brevet, to he irmominv: n.l thm it mrmm A 1.,,. .t,n;,",,!i t,i ....tu,...,!,!,...,,,! n,f .u,. nno t' .-it I Am it is extrem Iv cold, and our tires have lieen put out
1 .'i . . 1 1 1. . . . 1 .11 11 1 1 i ' ''ii;i.i"-i-ii.iikt-ii.iTi:iiv.'i..iiii,,iiiiiiiv'ii'ii.iv..'-
would advise him, as we would advise all pert young I cnlood by brevet, for their sallaat and meritorii
men wh en WO wisli no harm, to stick to his bo iks, conduct in the battle.- of 'alu Alto and R
attend to hi practice if he can get any at Evansville, lahna, vVc. S c.
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and it none is 10 do uau mere, 10 go iu auuie otiiei
place where he can get at least enough to keep him
out of mischief; and above all things, not to attempt
very high Bights in the political empyrean, until l.e
become ' ' If be will act according to this ad
vice, faithful!) stick to his profession, and as faith
fully vote the democratic ticket, five years, or so, ne
will not be compelled to seek office for himself or
others, but office may seek him.
esaca de Ja
V I he V tnoennes Sun copies Scripture nf the
Vtncenne fiajsette, whereat the Gazette retoris by
asking 44 wh it decent stomach would not rebel at the
sickening stuff." The quotation was sonronos. er
Tliatlicsaiiatirw Bleav Ptaowvery.
Hv a eu re'sp i:i J !i ;e with N. I). Wi nBEE, Esq., of
this county, we b-aru that he is sanguine of having
1 . .-a I
eise me uasetre has tut Jittie reverence for the good letters might be badlv interpreted, and also that the
I enemy would be made acquainted by them of enr
1 I painful and difficult situation, and would have reaov-
P, II. Parks. Esq., in announced us a candidate for ered more Couraffe, and Drobahlv have undertaken
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mend. I ...it h an more moloviru nt nor other honor than "X 18 i-T11r freely.
The Supreme Government knew all my afflictions that of saving my country, in the present war with "11, l,'c "f '"''nth. Gov. Lent, with all
and fears, as I took care of advising it of all, placing the United States; and as soon as it has been done, 1 the Americans residing in Taos was ens , asanaa
(onatftntlv hl'.! it ti,.. .i. .!.... 1 .v,.t... r. .i... ...SR r. ! .1 .. n .i..,.t... i...rti. ...wl .... iiiiit-M. ered bv the New Mexicans: for some tiaae an out-
1 1 1 I'r.-iun butin. or
,.,. i.r...-. I.. iniiiiriii ill in riri 11 in nn i r u - ...... ......... va
.oil on vvlneh I was born. 1 shall seek III a forelLMl IM0 Df ,Iu :r M
........ , c. ' n i. i iii ..
cigni Mexicans nan neu arresiu nnu imprisoueo
the most eminent were Th' mas t rtiZ, s cold III
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iugs which .ue an. tv was enduring. And 1 continu-1 power will be able to take me from thence to public j hss been threatening, and a?
requested bim to send resources to cover the life. And if still my self-denial is not judged suffi-1 eethe troops were in a State ol
ereal and urgenl necessities with which 1 waa sur- cient if my presence is thought dangerous on the and every one lay down to rest wi
rounded; but 1 d.d not wish to publish my frequent
u;i.l nearly daily cuiutnunicstion, fearing that my
1 ongresj in the Uth district.
iJOTwo guns, weighing seven tons each, have
been shipped from Boston, for Mexico.
l thought of deserving by such noble conduct, the 'joy the applause and esteem of my fellowcitizena.
esteem of all my fellow citizens, who certainly, being ANTONIO LOPEZ 1K SANTA ANNA.
aware of the tarts, could not do less than appreciate
in it all liiat should be considered noble and greet.
Luit, unfortunately, I see that I was mistaken, anil
ountrv an asylum for my hist days, in which 1 shall
nra eonslantlv for the oroaueritv and increase of mv
country Far, very far am i from having an amb.tioa command under Armijo, Diego Archolette, Wsaerly
l. ss noble or praiaeworthy ; because, undeceived of ""'her ol the Mexican i migress, Ntcmdas PUio,
the taliie of nower snd distinelion. there onlv remains Santiago Amtijo, Manull Ciearea, and others. Ti.eso
. . i ,, . t . I . i I.. .ij.m. m. mnA in persona bad arranet'd a plan of attack upon tbe city
to me one true pleaeure, wtucn i, to iu serve ana , .' . , '
oi can ia re, unici v. i- ni r u in ouier to extend
..in .tic?ir. ti. pn.tf-i in tl..i.i IV..... ,. C . . . . .... . 1 ,1.. .... ....... ..I '.... .1... I. , t . ..1., ,.... ..I .1... ,w ...... n I I ltOMA !.t I.I 1 Y Ot ANOlULi'. Kkvoi.i I lo IN All", vieo
van uvsui; iu illiam llllill 1 1 Ulli il UCU t'X ire.-M 'I Ol UIW1TCICU KHIUUliU Ol III: soiukiou UI Ulf iiiciai ,..t I ' r fr. .111 imtnllna I, nM lliair umiMtlm it'....t
1 . . tne following paragraph, which we copy from the! mm granting to me their sympath) n noi
it. Aa oaten enemy ta nor so b..d as a secret, trench- sanattion ot the third degres in all its tonus. lie in- ; VYaahington Union of the I'Jth inst., receives an ' Pisc, they heap upon me alTronts and vituperation,
ercaaa me. Tire dinner can be epared iör and held rorma ns the work is nearly ready for the prase, and J importance beyond what it would otherwise have, t am accused of apathy and inaction. It ia supposed
a -mm mt . . r 1 - .lift .1 mm a . 1.1 . f .1 ' .1 'It . 1
Head quarters. Sem Luit Pototiti
January wtb, 1947. s
LtiH'i from Tnmpii o.
By the arrival at New Orleans of thescnoonet Ab-
hy .Morton, from TampICO, the 24th ult., we hear m-
rexvonsiblc for bia aeyinxs and doinss. and the effects will speedily be published. We have not seen the from the Mexican news rid Havana and New Or-1 bt I ee with cool indifference, the ills of the coun-1 tellurence thence uo to that date.
Of llietn. Tins is all we propose to do in relation to Work ; but have been favored by the author with one ans, poniisned in another column of our paper to-1 iry, nni some oi mem nave gone so utr aa io present j (ieneral Scott, the Comma nder-jn-t Hi el, arrivcu on
Ihoee Who support and dend Mexico and condemn f the formults, which we are at liberty to make ': A speedy union of Santa Anna with the Church. , me, m the oyes of the world, as aim itor Ta.npico, on Thursday even,,,?, the 1st I, I... but did '
);,i..ui.i ..nvio), ... . - , against the present tonjrress, woul seem not at all WaJ thw detention m ban Lutet says the not come ashore until Friday mornim:. previous to!
and us- u! the.r o.vn country. They have not an ea !:','1" AS It may, perhaps, be mtcresUng to some , mwmg ,ie i,,,,.., )(f he pr,.t Ct(nüi,1((, of hostile party of tl.e pn-s. Why, when tl.e (ieneral rhicb he received B 4thunder;n vveicoine." He
,,, ;. mI.1 ... .i. a i ... c nt oar scientific friends, we siraseoav ai near as t:...... ... n.,. i e . i t . ' ,.c ..... 1 i ... ,i. .. i: LJ i. ......... . i . , ..
- i" nn- 1 1 !. : ii in oiii n ion or i is e ores- I m i j uung? iii .urAivu, unless im- i ""r( VH'KI lullf IO I " l,wa CUCiU) iiwwii aim nun niMii lf mv-jin, seeineu to lie in line licil IUI anu Mino. .. ui iru ii-
Men ; and if
asasl expect to
ihes met like Msaoral traitor-" thev possible, not basing type complete at peasant tor soch 1 the demands of the Clergy. Tlie Union saya : explores the States of Coaliuila, Nuevo Leon and
a he ass an btaint f.,., mm f mmm . Work. We believe, ho.vever, it is near enOtta?fa t'J be e French journal at New York gives the sub-! Tama ill i pas, do they not go out and meet him I W by
. H i'iiftoiiri iiwmi u ii Moni m t r
A-Miiitiiaeiiii i, Uaaj preisjeni,
ßodolphm Scboonnver, t bo fi . t lienlenant ' ;
J. ML TlHon, to be fit al lie utenanf of infantry.
David W. Scott, le be Bret lieutenant of infantry.
A. I). GriuVtb, to L. aacoud liewtenent of infantry.
Kichtr! Owes, to be captain uf infantry.
Williaaa I ooper, to be aacoad uVntenanl of infantn
nil nf Indi ma. j
IS.irlliol )t W 4tlfy.
A friend at Co tumbu i writes that Mtha I5tb Mav i
will su:t fur hohiing the district convention." and
ftarther says 4 ;v aranf convention, expect to abide
bv its decision, and further, will give the eeamaee,
whoever he mav be. a m tjiritnjn
Death oi ShutaToa Aujms Wnra. Mm. Hun.
Mclnmrs Attin, v.fe of the Hon. Wm. Allen.
SsnatOf from Ohio, d.ed in Washington on the 1 3th
ni'f , aii about 10, Her disease was pktttisy.
.as the daughter of . Govermw Arthur of Ohio
fairly read, at least.
liirrn X-lbf 4 'I to fun! tin ralut of .
stance of a private letter, received by the way of does noi the Uoinroauder-iii-ebiei advance into the
Havana, winch throws some light upon the reaction Country .' Why doe.- he not fight hilO and drive him
which is now said to be ffoinn on in the Mexican out of the country 1 Mexicans, hear me, and believe
Htsull A -
rimitiil. It Wiiiilil st'ftii t i.it ii,.' i i riff ii Iiiii. ami
I i - - - "-w. m)j , ii" 'i j 1
petty has been threatened by the war party, baa
decided to make its cause that of the republic, and tO
throw its induence on the side nf peace. Its plan to
arrive at such a result is very simple. It is to over
throw the Federal Congress, from which it has now
c? ' - "
that no one wishes more than myself, that the dav of
glory hr the country, the day uf confusion and horror
in the unjust enemy should shine; but unfortunately,
holy ns my wishes are, the difficulties are great with
winch 1 am beset.
On my arrival at the capitol, the army was not
inr the congratulations of a great Dumber of the citi
zens, he proceeded to !m. fiitteraon's bead auartera.
On the 'Jlst be embarked with his suite on board the
it, so ns to produce a compkie revoluti u ibroMgSMBad
the deji artna rit of New sfeiico, which Waa to have
taken place on ( hnstmas night, but the arrest of the
conspirators frustrated this plan
The above is an extract from a letter written by
J. W. Abert, U V. S. A., to Ckilond i;..b rt " amp
bell of St. Louis, Mo. We copy the billowing addi
tional particulars from the St. Lotus 11,011 ;
ADDVTl 'N.L PARTICULARS.
A friend at lud ! ndenee ic.s s,.,t J, ; tin of
the insurrection at Taos, as far as they were known.
His letter shot. 'i! Live nailed us esti iday ; but it
was aclosed to au ther :
4 The Alcalde of Taos acted a double pafft Ho
arrute to the Alcalde of Los tfegaa thai lie arnadd join
him with IHK men in a n e.pi dition :it;ji,tist Santa Fe,
steamship IfassachuscttS, to proceed, no doubt, to the ' t ''Z Tt . ttt" tl SLT
island of Lol.us. The four brigades under Generals ;it M"rt' ,,,at TM ,nc,JtJ to the Aim ricans.
TwigM, Pillow. Shielda and Qnittnan, are embarking; ror mis preienueo ineouamp ii appears na was kiUM
probacy, tor the same destination, although nothing by the . I- xicaus. Ihe Alcalde t L-.s egas intorm
positive in relation thereto, was promulgated to the , " ' J o t-ecomi the outbr.akuf
inhabitants of Tampico. The Sentinel aeys : -tha lob- ft,,d co-operate w itb ibe Ameri-
ib sti nation of these troops hi verv properly left to the
General Worth. The brigade of General Worth
-34-d nothing to hope, and to sub-titute in nlaea of .t an I what it is lo-day, as vom will easily see by my nerra
.z aanoiute powei, strong enough to constrain Mexico ' tion. Since that time, it h is been increased three
fbs) to peace, Sucll is the double Drocesa which it under-: fourths of its original force. I did not find here, nor
. takes; nnd it is reported that the clergy have cast 1 was there i: ny in anv other place, a depo- I if nidi, bad not reached Tanmieo on the 96th nit., but was
QjrTwo oc three provoking typographical errnri their eyea upon Santa Anna aa the proper instrument ( horses, or equipments. I was compelled first to aend hourly expected.
rurred in tbe Circolar aa Judge Wick, whieh ap. j 10 accmnpliah their purpose. Tbe Mexican Ghanaral I for the men to all the Statee to fill up tha regiments. I flie acene in and about Tampico is stated to be
peared in Saturdavs 8ami-weeklf The word county ,ft0uW, therefora, by tbia aceoun!, Ie on the point of ; A soldier cannot he made at once, and the wimle alirring in the extreme. Review of troops, in regi
! , . , reaching the dictatorabip a snooad Usaa, by the aid of world knows that the ordinance requires four months ments ttid brigades, were daily taking place ; Vesseb
in one place was printed wrmtry , and the words Ui: cvry anj 0, ,.xprcS8 cooditiOO of respecting I at least of instruction, for the purpose of being tbte wvrv tirraally arriving with foods, merchandize,
1 Whig cot iers, " near the end were punted 14 lug its property, and concluding a peace without delay. I to do duty in time of peace. Would it have bu n ,i!.t:irv stores, &c. 4tc. ; the American population
. . . . ..imp, ' r. 1 : . 1 : I 1 l 1 . I 1 t in I . .... mialilMM ..a r.i.iii tlin until nf in .. . .
courses, then err neou-ly euriecUU Ml " vv n.g com- 1 nere is nowiiog iiuprouanie, iny tue tyOurier, m pruuvui, vinm, .isonig iu vkiijv iivw ua uw wi in- were all in intense excitement, regaining coining
m-rre.-and then hark aaain. hv some hocus anens luW combination of events, regard being had to the
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.. i.i'l ,: 1.1 it , . ( ,. ,,,i w I in iMini . uau im 1 1 im -11 1 1 oiii . 11 1 11 11. 111111, uu 1
ru tin imagination ol the public; tor what is ine ip
value f . secret if it is in the possession of every doubtlul. ( aptam Murpehy wss Wlthw
1.WI Hilles ol Santa te when the trailers imt him, iU
into 41 Whig cteai!j"
o v 1 jt I 1 1 if ati to lit f 1 '. 1 n ' r ' i ' I . . no rurin tri im 1 hr.m as , .1
1 hese errors tire corrected in .0., c .
gather this lntormat.on, is moreover in a position
which gives much weight to his words, and vve should
action, to take thc initiative, and to present my sell to events. Everv thing announced action, in its utmost
the field with an army nf novices, composed ol men intensity, All quiet, with regard to the enemy, in
taken up in the moment from their domestic oeeupa- tM. flt,."rior.
tioita 1 Would the people not accuse me then, and Destitution in the Mexican 4 rate Poxtfttl of thi
. a .. ... . be by no means surprised to .see a new revolution I With more reason, of having exposed to an evident ,;,,,,.,.,, ,,t The Tamnieo Sentinel of the 3üth alt.,
requests US 10 Say tnat rill Ctr Der l.,-., ,1,0 0, !U; ni.n irl.ito .il nr,. aJ AMM.l itAitMr. lha honor of nor armi and tha liberty of our ...,m.i...- n nMAnlatmaluM haa Santa Anna to his
11 ilur 1 irn '..'. II. .1 . . I I. . '.. . ... J . . , l i .. .
miles tins side of IJetit's fort. Lieut. Abert on hia
way in, lost ull Ins mules. Brown, with the mail. .$
a short distunce In in the State line, in distress, but
help has been -ent to him.
Our forces in New Mnxico and rnlifnrnia arc
scattered over o large I district of country that they
can be easily cut up by eoneentrated in v i nn nt s of
thc enemy, and an MM doubts the hostility of the
.Mexicans. The lmhan villages will be excited to
join the insurrection, and the next arrival will bring
important news Ibf weal or wo. (internment must
act instantlv. .Mol troossj i.nist he berried fiarsvat
to aid or a enge the Missouri volunteers, ßjmpalfc
for the cowardly assassins can lind no place in any
American heart. The raeliag is so strong here that
tnam, imdr irn.ie Hotel, rontinues to kept open lively on n,e theatre of the war, pcem for the pinsatll country, having WMDmitted the imprudence ot operat- countrymen. The distress pervs
i n Summit mi rnn, i to forget thc political combinations of thc country." ag with man and not with soldiers! Was it not my l paints, hj really unexampled
dmrr his army, which if he w-rd be given, a safVjf can be put in moti.e:
in modern history.
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