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L tv THE GUARD. EDITED IJY J. II. KILPATHICK. PRINTED BY J. C. MOKUILl- 5-0 OLL7 8 rP If 3 u '2 s MARSHALL COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI. own happy land of liberty, that the Ameri can citizen is not without his city of refuge where the petty tyrant dare not intrude, though he appear in the garb of a circuit judge. The length ot Judge 'lhatcners opinion precludes it Irom our columns. OCT On our return from Jackson. ;Tl,ss'3- mo them as ih,lome of lneir childhood, cnse. crated 9" tne resling PIace of the remains of lhei"alner an tne'r kindred, vr'tn which associated the most pleasing and endear ing remembrances; and, coming to an un tried land, after a sojourn of fire years, they sever voluntanly, the lies that bind them, and become in feeling and in interest truly Americans. I shall not attempt to answer the futile ar rrument adopted by your contemporary, that That caught the rat That eat the malt. That lay in the house that Jack built. Frclinghuysen: This is the priest all shaven and shorn That married the man all tattered and torn Unto the maiden all forlorn That milked the cow with a crumpled nora That tossed the dog That worried the cat That caught the rat That eat the malt That lay in the house that Jack built. Wednesday, December', I ' to mill PATRONS We arc in need of money; and hop. ihose indebted to us will Ulieve we -re telling ,I.o truth. nd -fork over." thecal amount. 'which, though tbfj are sunn nnw..mf . n "uretty considerable" -,',, were they paid due ui rrouiJ Don't believe people ind; when they tell you printers can live on wine it I? not o. take our word for it. WaU u gentlemen, and settle; and do not let us be continually straining our modesty by dun ning you to death. Pay up, and we will de Miand venture the assertion, that after !..,.- r,;,i ttiA nrinter. vour hours of J Uli iU 1 ' fc I v .w I w ut . f iha rfon. Mr. Ko- very agreeable society of wia Lerts, one of oar Keprntatives m Con- Iloberts an eieiau m iuC fe . " - i nrinpinlps. He has cause ot aemo r . . . Our Legislators have wisely concluded, . tiiA ron"'a Qiri.irp. and nasi o mwn crev "c FLU'V " ' . . . . t:r I fn evil as well as cood report. It that tne nrst iweniy-one years or our Democratic triurnph jn 1844: . r ,f, n b.nrd and wellhouId be devoted to the examination of this This is the cock that crowed in the morn noes uc 8 "'-'"t -. i i r .i tt fruaht battle, before the shouts of victory system (meaning the government of the U. c . Ci.iasl r4 Hnnnn fill fima has Tr linPn have died a war. to meet an old veteran, and w....0 v y T . , , lusirom any acuve pariicipanon m ns man- view the flash of joy as it plays upon his aTemenlexce pt b v propounding the sim honest countenance. At Vicksburg, we met nje auestions whether during five years a f- Kp,1 Senator. Robert J. Wal-1 tr arrivinsr at the aee of maturity, an indi- ,un n hi, v to Washing vidual be not far better calculated to exam ... . , .1 line ana aeiermme au luiuuuaui M""u"t lon. . , . , fifteen precedinj, years7- rationforthe man, and acknowledged ne And araint whether an individual, personal- very valuable services rendered the party dj jv acquainted with the results of both gov mm m . a . . 1 hirn durin tlie last campaign. A repetition ernments, be not, by far, the better judge as to the advantages ol the one over me omer, and the more likely to appreciate Us bles- is unnecessary. That awoke the priest all shaven and shorn That married the man all tattered and torn Unto the maiden all forlorn That milked the cow with a crumpled norn That tossed the dog That worried the cat That caught the rat That eat the malt That lay in the house IhatJJack built. DEATH OF JOHN A. MURRELL. This noted individual recently died a I T-fc mm m - ... . i... j . Ak..an There are other reasons umel in favor of John B. Murphey's Tavern, in Pikeville ronioioc, u uu - lhe oged cha which al anolher time Bledsoe county, Tenn. Nearly all the time where we trust its proprietors will be more be noliced but iesl j snould intrude too since he came out of the Penitentiary, he has handsomely rewarded ior ineir exeruous ' much upon the columns ol your paper, J been in very bad health. We believe he had Respectfully yours, A Naturalized Citizen. rest will be more sweet, end your dreams! the cause of Democracy. The editorials of J bring my remarks, for the present, to a close. J fallen into the first stages of consumption a . m mi n . rwm .1 1 . I J not unlike those of our lust parents, ine Tribune hear me impress or iaoor auu were not in debt. - intellect, yet they have not yielded a rich frKemember our terms, 83 if paid within reward, pecuniarily speaking. i I, ... n I ni. - - ' thcvear:Sl after the cxpirauon ui u. jra.. gfKPnM manv. Iett6rs ml . I . f I II J VM M -rJ v The present vorumu m , received some on business which Morse's Teleghapu.- Februnry next. should have been answered immediately.- year or two ago, and it was that disease, in connexion with dyspepsia, that terminated lllQ I1I0 lilt', hfl 1 f rc lia rlontki la njns Sin mi , f "j uviviv ma ucaiiii lis nu kEi inis wonaenui in- .u.. ,, vention continues to operate daily with per- at u:ara. fp;inj. uV;. ,u ,i j .7' aL . 7 j . 1 , t V made and exhibited to him. Murrei ny .t u.mcu.t .-. . iu w proreMed religion before he left the Peniten- momenis auer me arrival 01 me mans irora :.. - ..v, j i- ir lt ll.aiTl UUI 1ICVCI UUdtilCU IlilllSCll IU UUV Communicated Oihers ware dictated by the partiality if lhe East at Baltimore, or from the South at c'huJch. It was his intention, if he had have Married, In ,l,e Ctt, of Jackson on ,b. frieBd.hip-oh.r. from poli.ica. friend. Z'dhTor"ZAZ S?. "T' Th''t Kditor of the Holly Springs Guard, to Miss m the columns of the Guard it is now too Df some forty miles is thus literally anni- A;A ";,.. r J .,-. . r... tie uku nuiiuut ie ui 1 i mat liO UIIEU . r si w r. . l. 1 1 .1 txt . ! i. : 1 . ,i j i 1 1 : .1 . CAROLINE daughter 01 ue.v. " . iate to publish mem. we can say iu oui ....atcu, aim uuiiiiu,o auu .ii..g ou are ,ai(J jhat,eftprepared to meet his God. 1 , . . . r .11. .11 jirinaiu m prrton inrn e,in mnar n iia. . Treasurer of the State. Mnends that we are comiortabiy aomiciiea .7 .Y V "c He was in his senses up to the last minute see exemplified in these latter al jlome without even a wish to roam, ror T ' 7 "'or two before the breath went out of his bo dy, and denied to the last that he was guilty of the principal charges alleged against him. He was anxious to write out his defence be fore he died, and thought that he could vin dicate himself before an impartial public. His acre was about o5 years. He had a toie. rably cood education, and conversed freely. rhus lived and thus died John A. Murreu. 'inen WC SUU P"ul" ai IIUIIIC WllUUUI CVCU a man w .wc.i.. ... np ora fror,em:t0H frnrn Hofi; , days, a fact often stated in history that the the future, letters of every description shallUyashington and from Washington to Balti. "North ' is disposca 10 encro-i-u upu o receive prompt attention. more at the same moment of time for while South. In the olden time the theft consisted in - each assistant was communicating to the , , i.i.ji. rTT We learn from the Republican Ban- ,u- .u. .: 1 j : the ats'.raction ol land ana wcaan anu liumtj 1 - - .... Ule,i simpie auu nigemows apparatus i. r.K, ,i,:,k rriiT3 iiiocf ! ner. that lUr. uiay a omciai ma:oruy :'u at eac 1 station was a so recordinrr the infnr nftio it 14 II1R IDS UI "Uiv.il iiiivw. ...wi - - I O " v . I . a r- '.; I - . . T f . I .1 t ... nrp5r.nr.B of Glorious Tennessee is 11.5. - mauon iransmiueo irom me omer. Lorn t. t , .: n ,J ,, T , ; munications, it will be recollected, can be woman. io uhluc-i i"v rr r-ueorce li. r ail, ijsn. uas uucuinc uiie -Chattanooga Gaz. mfl.-lfl fit nnu Knur r f tVo?ntr r n T fi nn.l 1 r v.. Cnnmiornr ilnn thn ono 1R . . i-.r.l : : I ..... . ... . V jo; oinnuiuiv.u vu j , - - ot tne associate eouors 01 me mississippian. u is noi requisite, wnen intelligence is trans- question, and I suppose no ctuetiain ever re- T , . , f , conducteci public milted from either station, that any person JEI4ECTMOJY JVJEWS. ioiced more over lhe spoils of war, than our , rv,,,-!, rrnm ha ;n;ni f .1 should be m attendance at the other inas- Nortu CAUOUNA.-Keturns from 51 coun . I UU111UI 1U J V-pW. ...ua... w 1 ltUI I .. ...... I . . . I f Weil. . much as tne communications, be thevIonr ties show a democratic cam on me uover. torts ot its talented editors, rnce and ran. . , nra . , . ,. - - i . ,, f ron A m.;n,;.v for I'U vvry nn AVVA thoif tlAAl ind ffl. I 1 I f t t I ! P fp L K. MM.AUft a . . a i 1 ir v in miliar'. 1 1 i v ( i .1 i v iiiciii iiL.L.ii ut.La vi vtoTfsr a rt fi j ra n 11 j nratrarifan t -v n n i i. i i 1 1 mw .w - n i i mii 111111 11 i ui in .i flmwra n nrir fr-.rln i4 hpen ' r r O" r r& v iuu. H'emeu iwi uu icuuui wiay t vvrv,. . , & , b-. - - . dnce the nrice of adverlisimr and iob work, of time. " for Clav. tran?P!aatcd to a. stranger dime. a"ncugn - Indiana. The State Sentinel published at another chance i3 gone from us old Bachelors, .V... , .. NRfillO TAT.K. IndianaDolis. nives 2471. maiority for the i union has been effected between the North democracy w " X, e . . .. . n democralic electoral ticket in Indiana . I . 4 : naa,m.rrnrl 1- hocnoi L- Inr ailhiir . .... " I uu 1 I . - 11 n nl nml South, all diflerences compromised, and penuguuvm uu uu. Pu., drum which ? notam ss. Virgima. l he majority lor i oik in tti I . ir .1.-1M 1 . I - a . . I . a .! 1.... ..ll,l, TT T i. i... tt,A.:tL-Bn t.ronri in , m ii.pm tne ca Der or us eauors me uueiai ijuiiou" "Look a. ip .'vm." n nrociern nanm counties in mis oiaie iso.sn. jeuiucium; .VVf -4J .W-V- I 1 - M " friend does ovor his successful foray. mrhans it is all for the best although one of i 1 together forever. She has gone to a stranger age of the party land but she will be welcomed by the fair daughters of the North those Bweet denizens of the country of valor and the land cf worth in all their blooming beauty will find a fit and meet companion in this fair daughter of the eunny South. G. ? The TuUisher of the Unard his no idea of letting the Editor off with the above. It will be recollected he gave us goss, when we were married, because, forsooth, we took a wifo from our old residence; but he has gone to a strancro land with the arrow from the fickle little gol firmly fixed in his brea3f, raised the dark piratical flag, and succeeded in cap turing one of Mississippi's handsomest little crafts, with scarce a returning broadside. "Well, the deed is done, the die is cast, and we one dav to a field hand over thft fpnrfl In The Grain since IS 10, 2,163. Polk's majority in adioininfr lot. loolc-a-hpn. dv Ant inll the State will probably be from 3,000 to For the Guard. lrce down dar?" .... 1,000. NATIVE AMERICANISM. "Yass, Jim, I does." Georgia.- We have received returns from Mk. Editor: It seems, that already the Wai, I got up dat tree day 'fore to mor- all the counties m Georgia except seven.- i- nni;.,nf row, to de berrvtoD.' The democratic majority so far is J17. lhe n I V'ii maa tirior T.m? I cnnntiKg t n hpsr frnm nave lai) democratic uuriiuiuiuiuauuu '"31u "c oiit-.u I 1 rl nnn orl Til j I mn'nril v in (if-lnhpr lut f i t m, II i n.. - I m lar irom surprisea ii eveniuany, me uue 01 im cjar out to todder eend ob dat lonces' whig should be lost as the designation of a j limb, I hearn sumfin drop. Wat you guess 1'rcsidciitial I.lcction. TIIE VICTORY IN MISSISiUTI. VOTE OF 1SH. Counties. roll: Clay. Adams, 452 755 Amite, 31 i-J AtlalU, 503 '270 Bolivar, 61 03 Copiah, OiU -117 Covington, 30$ iS Choctaw, Oil 4-G Chickasaw, C3Z Coahoma. 1C2 " M3 Claiborne. 40 311 Clarke, 353 SSG Carroll, 742 CZS DeSoto, 000 (XX) Franklin, 220 172 Greene, 175 C2 Hinds, 1113 1193 Harrison, 10D 105 Hancock, 000 V00 Holmes, 49S 57S Itawamba, S25 OCS Jetrerson, 333 ZCl Jones, 117 7i Jasper, 403 210 Jackson, 2IG 17 Kemper, 513 201 Lawrence, 513 01 Lafayette, C3i 5 12 Leake, 233 UW Lauderdale, C31 2-5G Lowndes, S50 G 1 4 Marion, 231 CS Madison, 4SG G12 Monroe, Oil 5tJ Marshall, USt 1033 Noxubee, 577 31D Neshoba, 23J r,i Newton, 270 1 VI Octibeha, 315 211 Pike, Ml 232 Ponola, 403 Terry. 71 12.1 Pontotoc, 700 351 Rankin, 400 II U Smith, 2 10 y I Scott, 230 112 Simpson, 300 ITS Tishemingo, 1001 40 Tunica, ,2 IS 17J Tallahatchie, 213 17J Tippah, 1170 CO Winston, 473 201 Washington, 10S 20'J Warren, 507 t22 Wilkinson, 353 -ill Wayne, 95 102 Yazoo, 530 57 9 Yallobusha, fct03 719 Total, 25,001 10,13o 10,130 5.025 ! MatKci c r rv'uie a: r- ; a. 1 Trn tK . .! . . ..... a. j. - j a. . . . . ..... i. liji. ;J )At !oe ar d r.c..c r ed I y Ii.. our aiTrft.cn i r.!ir:-r.l , . takes a ni fr tzr. e portant a:.J tri;::ei z . . iitfnce t telf tt tiwi. iv cr . oner it.:. t .niV. and t;.--::: t.-. ant. w.'.fn sM:ei what i rr.jr.! . rj.;: . Jrien at j au.c and r!.ea:f 1 i;;e r.uj t ct ::. l: the U.i.ipi.tfi furs-.; v; i v r.::.;: tr, r;v r , Dit with tier he jwiif;-.) j ? i r.: .o..JWia pit'i w 1;t z:.i narrow raai j i .';:z . .. jcattexci wi:! av,:e i.nz,i Z illuiu.uIJ ly -i .',::. . j J u PklTTV Ilt. .- ban a.Trct.vU : a ; in 5 lau.:l iJf to: .,:c: cn in t lie . "t: It t.;i te tiarti y . ; .; .: e have f. r '.it a . M brolhciiv, t..rrtf a t. . .,.,;. :.. i ir t. tal h', .;i!rr.i! 1 tcrnal lute. W. i all t!:e ur J .: ..in: ivM t; n. o. a reo-siii.'; il...-. : a r U-i ci tLe Tbre t- iu - c . lhe -1'. v c r.;;. ..: A : 1 .'. ci..;c v.! . .. . . ...... . i , l aa..V U KUfl W 1 . ' Cica f if tilr.: ' 3 L ic cn t i . : in tis c- .. t acd laru.l-f". i. -it. ..'? ... I?... .... i ; . - . ....., a - V . 4 1 ..1 .... '-,.4... a . a . tiKSs. ctlli.- I'.-. 'J m c .i.Tie of iL-i i . . ., . : tlJ!'J ta:r era ;ri'iu j i-ac .x.c- c.i r. e I vej ar;?-. A . . r r v ;" , 'I U fx vj H .: .. iUu!c.a. ru : .,; . tx .lAr:.a.;. u ! r; V.".-. ; . p'.c'ei f.r S : . , ., we leara t . .. a - . i. 't . - as c - defeated party, and the specious cognomen 'twas, Sam?' of Native Americans, substituted in its place. I gibs it up." 'T"ivn rv fnnllaib mnrrml TTtrnlif T?wnlt l.t . "a.- a,aaw aw...... M.a-. UfUL. Uut whatever may uc tne motives wnicn Like to broke mv ned been y , b j have moved the originators oi mis quesuon, i eber since!' it is not our intention to discuss, the policy f rlr,A ,!!! ho. Ih snhiect of our re. Hiti"HUUMi THAT JAUlv DUILT" v HiU v..uwv ..... J I rf a . . . IIM I I rC rrrA Ttnt ntxtraw n n r -! nn T . L " i u. iiiiiiu. uui nt-.t-t jun a C!3lUii U 11119 The change proposed (we assume Irom homely storv of vouth which has so much whig organs) is the extension of the term of point and applicability, and which is so well! REFINED VILLAINY. It is stated in several Eastern papers that certain whis of New York, who had betted largely, on Mr. Clay, made arrangements and ascertained in advance of the mails that New-York had gone for Polk. Having learned this fact, they procured a leading Whig paper in the city of iNew York to pub lish an article, announcing in positive terms that the State had gone lor Clay and that he was elected. These fellows then posted oil to Philadelphia, where all was anxiety and suspense the fixed up news came by the I ii.. r r f I nn Inn 1 n loi r A vtl A -ivi" r i i K I Inuli!.. I give them oar favorite toast, "Long may they probation allotted to ioreigners irom live iau.c3, as - and thereupon a system of hedging live and proper." M. years to twentfj-one years. lhe onf wh,ch we 5w Pre.senl to ?ur Trcad- iommenced-whigs who had bet on Clay -W- What now are the crounds alled-ed to m TC,0m!??? r6"" V?1 l f and who knew that he was beaten, now bet "AN EDITOR IN LUCK." . ,, 1 nowarethe e0,V,.rrori n PP y hl's ..flrihe,rec"liaIr .Pmon of the farge sums with other whigs on Polk, and tj i . , justify such a change First That foreign- "great embodiment" and thrice defeated as- : X , ' I th whiffi nf pv Ynrlr in 1 lie above arrears in the . verv comnh. . . ... r L. .. ... ... in that way the whigs ol iew lork swm- ippears in the very comp! mentarj' notice taken of our marriage by our contemporaries of the Mississippian. We feel that we are in luck when we take a glance al the benevolent, kind and happy countenance of our bonny, bonny wifp; but when the publisher makes his appearance, in his husband-like manner, we are reminded that he too was married some six months since. So not only the editor, but the Guard cfiice is in luck. Whenever, perchance, our eyes are turned from the domestic to the political circle, the returns convince us of the election of James K. Polk we then feel know that we are in luck that lhe aMisSaSsippian and its editors are in luck, that the Democratic paity are m luck and that the country seneraliy are in luck and well "Guarded" for the next four years. . n P TU u i viw ..utiu uiicu vuuri neij whs week, owing to the absence of JuJge Howe ry. We are not advised of the caue of his absence. ECr We are gratified that Captain Hick y was released bv Judge Thatcher from the cruel, unjust and tyranical decision of the superanuated old simpleton, Judge Coa'ler. lhe Judge to gratify a private freak was willing to convert the judicial robe into an engine ui oppression. He. forgetlu. of his own 80if.rpeclrrorg;irul of his high office, forgetful of the law, forgetful nfl;. ' II M . . , i r . r i -n ...... ... n uiui "y ers who come to this country, come imbued pirani ior me jl residential cnair, inai it win lhe of Philadelphia out of one . A ft in r V r. I I I I ft aV-a ,J ft a, Vt .. s ry j torr,uPy imprisoned Mr. Hickey, fordoing what. the constitu ticn guaranties to every individual, an pression oi opinion, nickey, a httie loeof oro editor, had dared to publish his opinion of the conduct of this upright Judge what! an insult to a whiff judge? We are truly re- ioiced that we have judges in the State that .... .i ... . .i are willing uy tneir ueuisiou w leuutce me pcttv tyrant. though he may be found among their own nurabcr7 Wc rejoice, that in our with the prejudices of birth and education in favor of the land of their nativity. Is this strictly true? For one, we answer decidedlv it is not. Nor is it reasonable it should be so. If foreigners are so wed ded to the policy and government under which they were born, is it rational to sup pose that they would desire to throw off their allegiance and adopt a country as their own, and that voluntarily, against which, their prejudices are strongly opposed? As well may we conclude, that citizens of this country, yea, Native Americans, would vol- untarily absolve themselves from their alle giance to this country, and become the sub. jc.t3 and citizens of the most despotic and barbarous nation upon earth. But it may be urged that their interests prompts them to adopt this country as theirs whilst theii prejudices are still in favor of the govern ment of their native land. And this has been urged. Would Native Americans consult the his tory of ihif government, they would find that this was one of the caWs of the sepa ration which took place al the lose of the revolutionary war, or, if it please them bet- ler, upon the declaiation of Independence. It was the interest of the governed to have a voice in the councils of the realm more it was their right, and dearly wedded as history shows they were to the mother coun try, still they hesitated not to meet oppres sion with the sword, and the blood ol thou sands cemented the principles of liberty. "c ue5Snaants ot the same race so degene- -. tne love of liberty is extinct wilhiu their breasts? Let lheir conduct be the answer,-They leave a land dear to commend itself to every one, and elicit many I I It a nearly laugn irom wnigs as wen as demo crats. Jy. U. Jiepubhcan. A new edition of the House that Jack Built. United Stales Treasury: This is lhe House that Jack built. Public Deposites: This is the malt that lay in the housa That Jack built. Nick Biddle: This is the rat that eat the malt That lay in the house That Jack built. Gen. Jackson: This is the cat that caught lhe rat That eat the malt That lay in the house That Jack built. Federalism: This is the dog that worried the cat That caught the rat Thai eat the malt That layt'm the house That Jack built The People: 1 tut is the cow with the crumpled horn mat tossed the dog That worried the cat That caught the rat That eat the malt it T-al ,ay in lhe hoase tnal J3 built. Hard cider and beef hurrah in 1S40: This is the maiden all forlorn That milked lhe cow with a crumpled That tossed the dog That worried the cat That caught the rat That eat lhe malt Henry cLyf lhal Jack bu5!t' tL". i-lheJm?li aU t?tter and torn 1 hat kissed tne maiden all forlr That miiktd lhe cow with a crumpled! Thatiossed the dog Tht worried the cat hundred thousand dollars! These same gen tlemen are loud in denouncing what they call locofoco frauds in the election! This is a good specimen of "Satan rebuking Sin. Naturalization Lavr. The following are the provisions required by the act of Congress upon the subject of the naturalization of foreigners. And it is against this law that the coons are contending. I. All aliens who have been in this country five years, and who have made a declaration of their inteTitions two years prior to their ap plication, can be naturalized. II. All who have arrived in this country pre vious to. 1812 can be naturalized without having previously made a declaration ofinten'.ion. III. All who have arrived in the country un der the age of eighteen yean, and have contin ued to reside therein for five years, can be nat uralized without having made a previous deo la ration of intention. IV. The children of a naturalized citizen, who were minors when their parent wa natu ralized and at that time resident with him in this coantry, are American citizens. . ... - A Twin Ukclb! At Massat, in France, on the 20lh ultimo, two females, mother and daughter, gave birth to a male child within two minutes ol each other, lhe ba bies were put into one cradle whilst the mo thers were attended to, and the result was an impossibility which was the uncle and which was the nephe w. A Mason or an Odd Fellow is bound to render assistance to his brother in neerl in any part of the world; why is it not so a mong Christians? But let a Christian go from this State to New Orleans and be taken sick, and not only ick, but needy, and make himself known to the churches, as a Chris tian, and who would "come to his aid on thil account." Thev had dilightful sleighing in N. York two weeks ago. There was an abundance ofaaow. The Mier Prisoners. The Galveston News, of the 6th inst. (says the N. O. P,cay une.) has the follow in;; in relatioa to the I .-e eu.tjr t.-.e f a . termed t?y $a;:.? t i. v. re!eici itat tr.f r ,.:e.-j throUj;' v.: exrrt. --i x:.l eicaf iLi:.r.-a, t: e A .:.: col by ti e 1.Z' r. 4. ta Auai, as 1 1 1 itfn sj - Nc : a . Mi. 11:. ro i i te curd-.. lit Hit I C .tv:"!,.. t.. f 1 1 :..-. 1 j fc a l v, 1 4 "-.:.: . H 1 . - a a a. I Texan prisoners reccntlv liberated at IV- rote. We ourselves knew, month since,! 12'i, r. tnat an or a portion 01 these brave men were t-c i- busily employed in digging through their prison with the intention of i.Teciin-; their escape. Here is the article from the New: "A nortion of tlir nrinnfrj -r. making arrangements to eilect their al Jf,' J,.1; ; se,e escape from the castle when their re- cori.V:!' , 4 c-m'"' lease was made known to them. It iiuow.1' " appears they were confined in four W..:j ttav r. - ? ., separate rooms, twenty-six in each a- lJ.v fi; rt ' t z . partment. Those in one of the rooms f..Kei;t l- - ' - 5 :r . I.a. ....all I. . n A . . I iuu wan uim.icuc iur a man iu i-ui uui T,t i - 1 ' 1 . r - tl n-. s v i'"- --, ...... ... ... a Vnh awful jnr, r-i.; S.ck deep ta ery inm' The C:u '-.1 i mz i .Ni,'. per wi 1 pi. ; v. ami replace the rock, so as there was no possible chance of detection. This had been done for several days, and they wero daily secreting provisions for their flight, when Gov. Shannon visited the prison. Their object was made known to the Minister, who re quested them to desist until his arri val at the capitol, as it was his inten tion to make an etFort to have them liberated. The result of his influence in the cause of humanity was made manifest by their immediate release, whJrh nn rlnnl.t hn5 nrornntrl tK 1 l....a i i . tr.cn -n- ; luaa ui otitiai nits uuu luam imru- .. 1 . ,i i. tt c U. ITLIIT. X. STn.vrrox, r.uoni.i:rr ,v tUMM;.-:tiN. i:i:cKiv:.,; . WAUlJl.Nv; Mi;i.CHANi ."112 ' ' r v O.X Flu Tit Uf' i;': -V U t 4 - 'W C CO th : iWu ships and difficulties they would have tea u ' is ".Vr7i .YLs'.i.-. ? , encountered before the' could have -Are c r':--. 1 $ eflected their escape from the country." Dec. I. l-.lt. It aU. CORN BREAD. Our cousin Polly thus writes, in the Wes tern Cultivator, about the art and mystery cf making good corn bread. Well I was going to tell your femi!e readers how to make good corn bread, as 1 think when well made, it is the Lest rA eaten and lhe healthiest, and the mosi gene rally liked. Besides, cousin, (excus me for this familiarity, for I wrote it down be fore I thought, and although this relationship does in fact exist, yet we nevir h? .1 pleasure of a personal acquaintance,) you ut uni wnen the wheat crops fail, we use a great deal of this articV Well, to the subject. Take as raucji com meal as you wish to cook, scald it well, bv pouring boihnz water over it and ttlrrin ft thoroughly; then mix it to the coasisten-y of batter with milkif it u pretty rich 11 mixing part, that a M.uiuugmy aone, me more lhe letter. Put in nna mrrr m r I r . 1 TT o cd3poooiui ot saitratus. auu a. lau.c-spoouiui or moreollard. Mix the whole thoroughly together, till ih in. gu i?1? arc5nVe,-vincorPrated through lhe whole-mind I tay the mixing, lhe more ... w..a... Ia uow 10 oe oaxed as ujual about ihree quarters of an hour, and vn-i COMMERCIAL HOTE ME3IIMIIS. Ti:... By Thoiun i;. JuIuiXaiii ( Lite (ft if i.'xv Lt x ,- . j :". ;... icrtii.fe tr. '-., r . . The Ccmrate:A! H.'r. i ; j n 1 ofiie ljiafMpinfai.. r. -.r iosU Li-d c;. .a . t vV. ia Tte f epr?:sf r ;j 4 - "..'u cei'-ei by ejee.ii t . -. - Mere rh it. tWo I. IS41. oil'J. Ai..tiMni,i.i.-s Ci. r" Pn-iats Cc-a.-tc; 5!tr,iU C Terra. lStt, cf s j I : , . ; C4y cf Jart-jLirv 115. t-., .. 1, town f ir--? .7 .. . -'i;..cr". t i c i xaocij to th r. - ; . I.ira Cri a. tiee'd ilo Leu 43 5,5 4:,4 - I- t V -the tcw ef lb.:T S;r;,k nV. v I C ' FurcLxcr. HAMILTON a, - . J . . - f,,i; m . ,,,11, , . s 1 r .: I wUl nave we l't corn bread you ever a:e. ' A-ri-r.t; V. , Lee. t, 1U. tt 3w.