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07" Boot f b tpMU two to despair of c4Pt lr" Vio Harm Id other way ham rrortd : ths tiprdirnl of rsytn'a r; him In. A Ne Damp hire editor of i).r hate Mill sitmp u-MsvitUlO tf tbf 296 s-lrctnral vt- airtrialn fur Via Itarrri. If the "Mt-v-un" i re of tacit in owwkel.ning majority of the rlccl! rtMrs, R U tiojahr hi fri'bdt thoaH b to tJtilj a lite l (Vf JrHgrr of in election by lb- llnr s.f Rearcseftttatirt. jol at tbi llmt ! .1m'ku J- Curlle. 7e T.Wfr JpWfo. Th N.iJhI Inirflw,. ter fmbUhe ihe late irjrt of ifce 8ecrUry rsf tb TrraMry, in frftly lo tke relatioa of the Senate. Th AlL.wng Itblr, forming i part f the rr(of!, tfvi! saarVd A, rmbraesi I He principal facf tov-hl for by the irsattiry. Slttitnml oflhf nf ; m th Tr-aaury Utt ii lubj.ct to Jf.ll t lh 31. t 11. .eh, 1TM, f.r as rtrsrtamsd Itn Ihs rslitrtK r-rattnt, (mm i irlurtir cf uosroiJsl-U fNt.) ntlh (be trfrrt plater of tl- tHMt. In itWf itif not. Msu.t UstA, 'SttlaVl. Cummrrrial llanV. I'MitriHSHlb, Mrrrtiaut't Hank. 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Uniwi Hank f l.-iii"ti i, N Ortaant, "ommerci-l Uank, N OiWiw. niu'iiia 74 i HJl.iiS tKJ j Ht'l.ill ?0 1 IJMlt 76 127.0S1 y, m,r,pi 07 M17.008 At vjynv: ts 177,870 to 1,00 1101 18 i.i t3u:,t as 1.177 0 V1 Marchaiilr A: Maiiufii'iurr' IUnk,l'ilUliU'jli,41,Oil.r, " Cliutnn H .nk.l i.ntiilMi. UHi, Tranklin I'artk, Ciiwimuiti, Oimnifici) lUnk, l.'inriniiali, ARrnrjr tf ilo t"(. l.-mu, I.ollloillr fining! Ini'illllldd. Ilrancli llauk fifltijiana, InJianxi'olit, )o. ila. ,'w XUmnf, )n, ilv. UirhNioml, t'tlimi PnV f TMl'aN Slain illl", riantrr' llnk f Mliii i, Nathiz, llank of Minhifn, Ditrnit, 1'arairri iii .MciIuk' llauk, Dclroil, 39W.Y lui.sta 39..ll'i 13 1.11.167 7.i A'i'il 1R1 mti,:K so 35'.'.0l. 75 I tWO IS 4 J 3i4l(i 01 i S,tllO..',8C ?J 70.,Si.0 03 $:il.lia5.1M 70 111 aiMilioii I" l'i air vi- ainiMiiit, Ihrrn i at the triiiit of Ih TfcofiiTr, in tb" Union Hunk ef Tonntnac, ir r'lirj li KCuUlit of litlci of Cbickaraw IiihIs llii rtitn of f 44CJ0OO; ubich it to bo invcttol fur the bcuifit ot tb Cli(ckaaw Indi.ins a;rrrlily In the ftipuUti ins r f th treaty. Trtaturyoflhe V. SMtt, .Inril 15, 1030. JOHN CMI,Hi:i,lTrei.urrr. Ilnn. L"ll Wmi'lliury. f e. irlnry of lint Trpjiury. f'rum Hit CSMe. Tim CRKKIC WAR. Kitract of o leltcr from the Postmaster nt Co liimbur, CJeo. to the ro-tmnttor Ceneral. dated Cohm'jut, May IS. 13:10. IaA c ruing two friendly Indiana were dospite.li rd to inform a body of Indians repioncnted to be friendly, and encamped near iho rpot where the mail wa altacked on Monday the lOih in!., that if they would come in they would be protected, lly ihcm'l aent a note to a white man, who ii with Un friendly party, iiifr:nui(r him thai if he would bring in ill the niaiU, with the ni.nUtnnce of Iho fiicndly Indiana, I would .'ive him $'K)0. The two Indiana have not yet returned. As the mill lull, ate a! uablc,l would oiler a much lirgcr nuni lo liavo them broiiehl in. but it m ouuerexsary; lhinj:s are now situated, thev can only be brought in by tho uid of the fiiemlly Indian", .vho will be aiifd with a little. No body ol while can be nUtainoil r.t any oricc to co to lUi and em'eavur to re. cue the mailf, o great in the panie now pervading the conn- ... , r ft tin f trv. Yciitcriiay, tarm noutct jice nniu iwm liimbua were burned down, nnd tins morning aou.o m'gropt were atlarked not more than naif a mile from (lirird, n town limited directly opposite thi, on the w ceiem bank of tho Chattahoochie ri-cr. A horc wan wounded, and one of the negroti" nhot through lh arm. I shall continue my exertion to re-cuo the iniW, or eu much of them as may not havo nocn daatroyed or carried away. It KCini now that there wero Ki pcraons along uilh the mail when it wai ulticked. K'cveii of them have reached Columbus in wfety, nfler having wndrrd about in the swamp until Sat tiighl and thia morning. The reroaiuuij fmr aro known to lncbccn killed, aatbry worn men l tall by fomc oftboie who hatu oacaped. Ono of the killed wan a Mr Ilalletl of New York, repreiaulid to bo a mercbant of wealth and ro.poolability. Roanoke, a mall village uu the (Jcorjia ido of the Chattahoo c!de river, foity milra beloiv tbii, has ben burned by the Indian! and fifteen white ptnons killed."' THi: INDIAN WAR. JJrMrl n hlUr.tUtert Ctlfmbta, Co. Mty 'i 1 . Troopa arc cnntiouiag to arritc har,and moro arc expected. There hai not ben say MrtieuUr knowu as lo what the Indiana sro about fur several days, except that conic bouips arc known to have been bornt. and ove morodeoplc killed. We are ii waiiimr fur a force sufiicielit lo no out sod make an ttlack. Nothing can be doun unlesa wo v.... . .,r..l frco. ai there n a Uriro number r -ii imhan and thev are doternMr.pd on war ' t the place wltero Rotnokc was burst, the Indian' have rousted two attacks, nd they have . t.M..i...,t. ,f rvi ha.',. The Indiana are now in posoiiun of a raock rrcatcr extent of country than imtginwl ihe I-eople c-uor.lly, and they have ahead.- done tlarna-e to',a creater eatent than il was thought they couldo in auch a short time. The country from K. A;aatinr. Florida, to Jdootcomery AI , excepting some 40 lo CO n.ilf ketaretn Tlihui-c id Roauuke,!. ib nutuc po. tion of the Indian, tnd it i the case now that rseh day, noce they took hoatilc altitude, up 10 thit lima, hi added tUCi'ghl t (t' en). Tlse ti-m'"t Coluwbui ha timed in tafety. ,Wc consider ibis town peifecily Mfe.at e htte abost 20O0 ldicrt, alt rfatrt. and a regulw ctmpalgijwill l eoamcnecd s'X-n tt a sutHu cvt forre tl orgtmscJ, and the L'. States o2kr,r time. fnml'u .Vrar )al Kttntng Stcr. LATI-ST I'ROM TKXAS. All duU ira rtmouil. The S"cw Oilcan in- ' prt to May i:iih, tnJ Motile to Mtj 1 tih, con- fam fall, ample anil nrncui. drttila nf tbr Rfrat tK-lory, and render It In fact more brilliant tod tmairfcaMt tnampb tlun ur ptctiout trcuunl fpompatfa. ' Mr .V. O. Caw !llilin, Mjj II. (uuure.i rut, April US, 1930. Wnrp mj Utt, our political illuiiion clianccd. Oaf antir unJcr Grn. Iloutlon, itttckiv ditialon f tb" Motictnt unilrr ibe conitncnd of S'anli Anna, In prrn, whirb rcsvltrnl in the complete doitruc linn ofii, tftcr Villuij; ilKinl f00 and tlie unio nuni lr taVon prionpr, together with SanU Anna, ill lila iiflicflra, ml In Srcrrtiry, f AlmontrJ Arc. ! ! Oar Iom txa bat fix klllud and fifteen fcounded, (oho ittre i!(t!.) TIim apprars alinont iinpiMMblo, but it in true 'Aann Ann tlTira to rhnulel;r our indepprxl ,nrr. and l"t oor wptrn limitu W ll.e II in firinilp. Tim I bad from hit' nun mouth in a rnnrerfation I had "Itli liim. Ho i rather uncj.ay in Ins pratent rUuatiiMi and will ninknany prntnirc tn get viT; but up IkiM luni last nnlil wo Into ourfclie rerun; ; and we intrml to piin Another linovk in the brail lo mother Hhiinn in a day or tun, ami ynu may look Ar r. nnlbiir t'lclory proud a lliU oiw, no we have iimtr mm fur in the defeat of Sanln Anna'n divi. ion c bid but 7 60 men in the rmgngctnvnt but mirh a hiilrhem I do not u nut to too again, our ri fleititin cbirafld on the artillery and killed every irisn Ibal a eriny at the minion. Wo tnuk everl mule lmd of uiuliay, and a jieat (jtiuiilily of other puodt mid bacgio, If. I have tint rcccltod the drafl far the pnoiU Mild the (joiemtiicnt ; a pari nf the cabinet was in the '',!J ! 'Jl1' w,ll liatu ll adjnUed in a few dnja and lend it to ynu, I w ill nlno lifit your city snnn and b alil lo ml tic all. In ciao th.il I want any thing ont down, I will uritu you whuii and where. Willi due recpect, 1 remain your, kc. Ju:i. 1. 1'onT or o u.vhstom April U0, Cohnirt Triplet Dear Sir- Von ilnubt!oi base henrd of a nplcn ilid ami lieeiatvo nclory gained on t!m 1 1: in?t. bv (Ion. Houston over Muula Anna nuil m fnrccii Sautn Amu, Col. Almnntc, Gen. Cos and come other officers an: iriKoners, The enemy had about . (JOtl killed, and cibt ut fiOU or 0(10 uru prieoner.i; n j bout III) oflicers wero killed on the field. Our loss ! wax 7 killed and 1 1 wounded. Wonderful dispar ity : Signed, I)wn O. Ih.'r.M'.r, l'rciirfcnt Ktpublic 'J'cxa?. Hxtrnct of another letter fioni the chief Clerk of the Secretary ofStalu's OlUce, to K. II. Hall, c. ol tliM lily, dated flAi.vi:sTo.i mr, April U7. "I have just had the pleaii'iic of etcinp; the royal persona, (Sen. Santa Anna, (Sun. Cos, and Col, Al monte, The buttle wan fought on the '-1st, above l.yiich'i- Terry about 050 Mexicans killed, and a llko number taken irioiiorft. Seven hundred and fifty wait the vliolo of llmToxian force, flmcrnl UoiHton -tas ahphtly wounded." The Mobilu Advctliscr of .May 13th, dates that three gentlemen who were in tho bnitlo with (Son. Houston, had arrived in that city. Their accounts fully eubctuiilintcd ecry particular as heretofore glU'll, Ailer the rout of the Mexicans, Houetmfs men ' continued to follow up and pour in upon them for uo hour. Tlicso gentlemen t-ay that (SonuraU Cos and Almonte were among tho pri aoners first taken. Tho former was palo and great Iv aeitbli d t but the latter dieiil iycd, ait ho lnid done during the fight, great coolnetn and courage. .Sanla Anna lied among thu carlicot tliai unreal ! ed. Ilo waa seen by two lii.vd, ona about la, and ,(,,. ollt;r ( j7 Nl,rjj f 3g,.( i0 go into n thick j ,,t ( WUfUt They kojil watch of tho placo during ,,,, nt, B,j tle ,cxt morning a man came out i (ifpj, cominen Mexican linldier. Not nua . j0ct i oj luni to bo Santa Anno, they took him pria, ' , - . i ... ...:-l I . .. I.. mer. lie oiierco no resistance but wished to be taken to Gen. Houston. Ho was conducted to Gen IIouMiin, when ho made himself known a Santa Anna, naked thu rerfpoct duo officer nf rank, and nindo the offers for his liberty winch have been published. Santa Anna, Mr Andrews Fay, is p iiarcullv about -13 years of age, of Mlher small stnt uro, dark complexion, black hair, black bright eye? uud altogether a good looking tmiu. When questioned as to the murder of Cols. Fan ning and Ward, and tho men under their command he Mated that in thubaillo the evening previous to their surrender, uboui 1000 of the Mexicans were killed while uul more than -0 I'oxam had fallen that the Tcxans had exhuiuted their ammunition and wore without water that tl.cy surrendered upon the terms ofcopilulation, sincu published, but that he had been induced lo violate thee terms Inr two reasons first, because the day alter the sur render of Col. Ward, and those under Ins command thu number of prisoners became so gieat in coin-o iuunce,that he had nut provisions sufficient forthcin and hu own armv secondly, ho had not men e noogli to keop thorn seciiroly. Consequently, Col Waid and alilDat all his soldiers weic shot with Uol. Fanning, When queationod roftocting the fight near the Misiun, between I ho Moxicans and Cel. Ward company, ho slated that eVout 100 of the Mexicans ucttj killed, but that Col. Ward and his men were i protected by the walls of the church, in which the had slationed tlicmsnhe-. 1 Thu following named persons undor tho com nvand of Metr Fannmif r.d Ward, mailt their et , Mpe-Joseph Andrewionr informar.t.)I)avid Holt I"" Washington, Dickenaon, Sam I Hard- wy, and Ronj. Mordecii, all Georgians. Doctor Shacklofurd of Ala., had hit life spared, and is now in attendance upon ibe wounded Mexicans, The Mexican and the Texan who made llicir T. lnB that when Col. Ward was about to be shot he was ordered to kneel, but could ' not be wade to do so either by threats or promises, His xRut ijmil nothing could subdu-. Ilepiood- ly bsd them defiance, and died like an American soldier ! In thi buttle between Houston nd Santa Anna, Col. Mirabeau Ianiar, of Geo., grettly dtitioguish vl hmiielffor his valor and inlicpidily, and faimsd ihe applause f xll- It is sa.J iliore were nut fifty Texan the ll tlr; 'hat. the Texan army ut cutnrK,eJ "'mnit tin ic!j cf rciuo'etrtv 8ni Anna I prisoner cn in armr-d veel, nef Gahratun island, while the Mrxiccn prisoner who arc able lo libor.arc enf"td in building brcal work on the laltcd, 1 The New Orleans Rre atatcitliat Gen. Ilouitnn made a forced march from Hamaburr;, and eme up ith Kant Ann on the cttninj- of April UOth. ndsuccrrdrdiu alluring kirn into wood that Bij;ht. Tho next day at 4 r. ., already stated, the si mulnncoii attack of the Texan commenced, Gen. Houston bring ported out of view of th enemy. Iloutlon lounded aloud the word chargr; and eve ry Texan promptly responded by shouting Alamo ! Almio ! in voices that resembled the Indian war whoop; and ilruck the terror of mgcancc into the aouls nf lb butchering enemy. Tho Tcxana oj'n- cd with the cannuns which had been presented to ibeni by tho hadiri of Nafhiillc ; tnd with their rape shut did great execution. Tho brass howit- ler of tho enemy was silenced after the first fire; II llie .Mexican gunners picked out by the Texan rifle. Humanity and rxhauslion alone ended the ecda of death which folluwcd ; for the Mexicans ere terrified in Ihe action ; they laid down their arms, wero killed, taken prisoners, and ficd. The o.valry thought to reticat by tho bridge, lut il had linen fill iloun hi the mnrninp, and (hey wcte rom pilled lo t!y through the w oods, where most of them perished, or were captured, 1 hat was thu resort and fate of Santa Anna. He escaped on horseback, immediately after the action, for tho budge, but fell back inl'o the wood that night whtro ho reposed with tho niiif quitniM in s inc. llul the Tcxana beinrr on Iho alert, cnui'ht luni r.exl morning disguised in common clolhfs. 1 wo oi them seized him without knowing hint. He instantly look mil 200 doubloon from his bell, which he offered them to permit his flight, but with out avail. Ho then offered also u costly diamond broarh the IwoTexans instead of being templed, suspected him to bo an "hidalgo;" and immediate ly brniighl hi to into Houston's lent. Ileing still unrecogn.zi'd, the Mexiroti gnncrnhsmo exclaimed Vive loss Texians! Vive el General Houston !" Hut young Zavala who was lately in this city, com ing in, recognized thu I'residenl in the captive hyp ocrite. This N one. of the most singular conies Is record in history. Tho enemy had about 1110 men in tho action, scarcely more than a score of w hum es caped being killed or taken pricoiiers ; not ono offi cer of name or note. Tim Toxians had onlv 3S0 in Ihe contest, as a corns rc reserve wa h-fl to 'lard the b-iggnge; yet out of that number only 7 wero killed and U0 wounded. Mo'tnl the privates taken prisoners are employ ed in constructing a fort at Galvvsloti Uiy. The officers ure reserved fur furlln-r requisition. About tlOO horse and mules, w ith largo quanti ties of plate, clothing, -c. that the enemy had plundered in their march, became booty to tho Tex ans, with about $14,000 in epecie, which was di vided aa prize money among the victors. The wiiw paper contains u leltcr dated Goliad, March Ufith. from a Mexican General of Ssnin Ao- nariy ti Ilia U'iftl. It nwl aina auhorrid picture f Ihe atlrocities committnl by Santa Anna's army, at which tho officer himself confesses that ho was so disgticied that lie proceeded In advance to Ur rea's division. lie speaks of seeing the dead bodiei of our countryum! strewed on tho road mangled by wild beasts others shot down in tho most in. human manner most ol them handsome- youths. On March U7lh,412 prisoners were shot, and nt 11 o'clock tho same evening their bodiei were burnt Ho computes the number of foreigners killed in Texas at 1000. lom Ihe I.imiiiana .Idccriitcr, May 1 1. Arrived schooner Flash, from Galveston Hay, having on board several pasi-engrrs 'vho wero in tho glorious battle of the Ul.it April. She aWu brought various letters for thu Texian agents in Now Orleans nnd for privato individuals, all of width fully eotroborcted the previous accounts ol tho rapture of Santa Anna, and ol Houston's un paralleled victory. When the Hash railed, Santa Anna was under Iho charge of Capt. Hawkins, of the Texian schr, nf war Independence, then in Galveston Il.iy, nnd the piisoners of his army were employed in build nig Fori Travis, on Galveston Island. The accounts by thu Flash, state that General Houston had great difficulty in restraining his troops from proceeding summarily with Sanlu Anna, as tho Tcxans ir.ade their attack under ihe watchword of "Alamo and Fanning." The Advertiser oftbo 11th, give a particular account of the interview between Hoyslon and Santa Anna. Houston asked him why he put the "ow survivors of tho Alamo to death. He replied that his troops were so much exasperated al the number oi their killed and wounded, Hint no could not restrain them. He was ihtii asked why Fan ning'! command wero slaughtered. His a.ianr was, there were so many prisoner it was impossi ble either to keep them or to feed them. Hcalso asserted that Col. Fanning and I)r Shackelford still remained prisoners at Victoria. MASSACRi: OF FANNING. Thu New Orleans Urn of tho lUth Inst, contains a loiter writton by a Mexican General in tho army ..rsi.iin, Anns in his wife, in which an account of the massacre of Ihe troops under Cols. Fanning and Ward Is fiven with tri cat minuteness and with nainful nartieulanty. The following extract! art- I I all that w e have room for to-day : "Hut what an awful tecne did the field present when (hero nnsonor wero executed and fell dead in heap; and what spectator could view it without horror! They were ill )oung,thc oldeat nutmoio than thirtv. and of fine florid complexions. When these unfortunaie vouihi were brought to thc-placo of dettb, Ihcir lamenutiooa and the ippcal which they utlcrtd lo beaten in "ir own language, un extended arms, kneeling, or pottrate on the earth, were iuch at might bate caused the very ttonc to cry out with compassion." "I. S. Tint day, I'alm Suodiy, Mtrcb 27, bis been to rne a tetton of moat heartfelt orrow. At nx :n tho morning the execution of 412 American prnotier wt commenced, and continued lill 6, when the lst of the number w W. At eleven began Umi opcrition ofburruog ibe bodie. Whu cn te.l when they ! eouumJ 1 1 I assure vou that the number tfloreigner w no lave ieii in Texia dunug this campaign must exceed 1800. We have ttiU 60 ol inm uvZ TJli:RBAT VICTOR V VlW Valvar: The following rtttarta from a letter -he a ti rily of prttculr In regard to Houston's victory, which art new: .VitfAifirVs, .loy Art, ie."( l -TV.- .. I.. T - 1." .1.. .1 -IIU'lll 1 . " . " " irranru 1,1 afl a ssi f.. .! I 1. .1 1 I ii'i; "intii wa urspaicnrii to llie ncio iUlllrrs ol .aiiln Anna, and urdcrcd hit men lo return In fort Josnp. 1 tend ynu cncloaed a lul ofthr Mexican ortVcrs killed and laken In thr battle we have oorroi l in formation from more than twenty Inters. Thr mottimt Houttnn'a turn rlrated Ihe Mexi can bieast work they dicw Ihcir pi-tots and knives,' a twt I tin u-n,i .,r .. . 1 ... ........ . . .1 ..... o in-ain t;iiiiiiiir.icrii in I Al lint l l lit; i Mrxicaiit broke in every diicciion. Tho bttile Us- ( led not moro thin Irii minute. At the lime of il.ol charge Santa A lira wa titling in his curiagr in the ' rear, surrounded by his stiff"; h imniedi.iirly tntiun-l tod hit horse and rodo nil. Tin- was about four '-1 clock ill tho attrruoon, Houston fnllovird the dis-1 potted Mexicans till dark, Santa Anna was so closely pursued that he look lo the swamp, and was taken the next day in the disguise of a common soldier; ho was not recognized till broiighllu Hons. ton, and then disclosed hinmrlf. He wat immedi ately recognized and embraced by tl oso of hit offi cer! who ttcie present. 'Their, wero so oral nlli errs in Houston's army who had known him in Mexico, and immediately recognized him. Ho h offered lo surrender all hit force in Texas, muni tions of war he to arknowledgo tho absolute III Jepcndenco of Texas, and to remain a hostage for the ratification of the tteatv. Houston led the charge most gallantly had his horse killed under him, and received a w .vund in the leg, 1 havo not lime to give y on farther particu In rs. Your obedient servant, 1'. A. Mnusi:. I'rom llie UmVm Stntiutl. (TWu har received from a fiiond who has re cently rot n mod from 'Toxas, Ihe following Official Docuiiicfit. The iniignifieent offers made by the Gnvernmorit of Texas to emigrants whoen'cr the vrvie.fi of the country, will, we hue no doubt, ho ihe nivalis of induring many of the hirdy hoiis of Now- I'ngland to iuuvc their iniiive hills lo obtain posses sion of the rich and fertile plains uf Texas. In a"il- litimi to the bounty in land, till who enter tin; ser vice receive the in me pay un officers and piiyiilcs- in tho 1J. S. army s Wiikisi'.as, many individuals from the U, Stains and rlsow.-.ere, have left their homes of peace and cninfort to volunteer in the service of llni country, and enduied iho hardship" nnd perils of war, in its struggle against Mexican tyranny : and have by their gencrnus patriotism ami gallant conduct in the field, earned onr warmest gratiiudo, Tlurtfoir HiMiluril, Tint bounties of laud be granted and are hereby granted to said volunteers .is follows, viz : To nil who lire nn.v in srrvice, and shnll con- tlnoo In si-r lice fultlifully.iltiring Ihe war.lUfiO items! To nil who have served faithfully, or who shall havo served faithfully, for n period not six mouths, To all who have served faithl'iiHi, fur it period not loss than three months, DUO ucies. To all who shall enter I ho service previous In the firslduy of next July, and shall continue in ser vice faithfully during the war, provided the t.nr hall continue fur a period muru hurt six mouths, 000 ucres. To all who shall enter the service ufter tho 1st day of next July, n quantity proportioned to their services, and to be hetenfter determined. Ititohfl, That the lawful heir or heirs of all such volunteers as may havo fallen, or may here after fall in the prem.-iit rontesl with the Moxiau Government, or who nny have died, or may hero alter din from any accident, whilst in the service of iho country du.ing the wur, shall bo granted the quantity of land which would havo been duo iho de ceased under the cn'onii'atioii laws us eslablishcd by the laws of tho land.had ho surviu-d; that is to say, one league and labor (4001 acrefir a man of family, and one third of a h ague (1170 ucres) for a singto man nho, that thu said heir or heirs shall receive, in addition to tho land granted aforsuid, n bounty of 010 acrut as decreed by the council at San Felipe, on thu 1 1th day of Decem ber. ISUj. Jlnolveil, That every applicant for land under these claim, shall present a certificate from tl.o proper officer undor whose command ho Rcrved, ol the time of his service, faithful discharge, Uc. and such further evidence as may bo considered suffici ent, and that the said evidence shall bo presumed tn n Innil riiiioniHsiorinr. or such proper neeul as may be rslLblishcd by law, lo establish Iho correct net's of the claims if'0. that these claims may b. located on anv unsimrnprialed and vacant land in llie country, but no singlo granl shall bo lorated in moro than a single body, nor any grant oi iu arms in any other form tl om two equal shirrs; nor any grant of 900 acres in any other form than n sauare of 010 acres, and anniner square ui .uu arms; nor anv print of fl 10 arret, in any other form than a squar-; nor any granl ol .uu acie any olber form than a square. Thu nxpenso ... f - surveying, office fees, Uc. shall be borne by Ihe claimant, llnulvnl. That no bounty of land, ss h'jro rpcci fifd, shall bo constructed so a to afl'eit the rights and privileges to laud uiuler the colonization law, as established by the law of tho land of any ol th land of any of said voluntecrs.any moro than ll it hid not been granted. .VoW, That said volunteers shall.iu cato they by error locale any of Ihe uid claims upon Itnds previously held by legal titles or posarition, be al lowed to lift said location and again li.eaU! said claim upon any vacant land in iht Republic. 'Tho above is a copy from the records of tho Con- vcntion. RAM. P.CARSON, Kecy of State. Givo at Harn-bnrg.thia UOdi day of March, 7 one thousand eight hundred and thirty six. J WANTED. lO OOO I0"61 WOOL wanted, for which a lair price will be paid in Goods, and part Cash. !1 HODGIi5 Ii GlhMORK. BOOKS! IIOQKSU riAHEtuhscriberit c-nilaut!y rrceutnf new an .L dition toxfiimu Rook ttoc.. Ruiland, May 17. W FV. MA IIUIISI), la 91. Alban., Hi u!i. ,Mr Vm K. Wihrr, lo Mitt rh Kot l'hl, Iwta o'Sl At' an . In W.athf Mh-l.1, 10th uU. Mr Jamsi M. Strarm, l Mill l.nttna ihrtwin. 1 1 .Nanb.mpthrt, Maj 31, Mr (Sro. SlrlckltaJ lo MUa I 1 .,,1. 1 (n ,vi,i llisi,. h. Oaujlitrf f Dr. S. l.CO' .if Shsl- fc orr. I Otttlf. rd.Mr Alfred Arms In Mitt lluntra Oirrn. Iraf.bMb '! Oollf.ml. In Kn.Upli,niat nit. Mr J.l Marsh, In Mm Mary ll.Ct..!., U.lhof WliHUr nti:t), hi thit tt n un isturday la', )ra. Aiwh WstUr, nO, hi llortlnslt n, Tapt 1 haiMi-ot Tallh.sjMl 7U. I t lint't!irr. ,Mrr .Nit tn!, jl , In II. rt-. Milt Sluldah tVois', Ii Cu'l. IGttt mil. Mr m Wright, 34. lu Mniilpslur, !r J".i GnlIiM of Worcf tlrr, 70. 31 AifiodTia i?, x ; ij hi CIRCUS. rntlli: M ANAGFR nf this s,l, ndid I'qucstnan JL nnd Dramatic Ihtiiblislimeut, which gained unprecedented popularity i:i the tity of New Yoik ilnniii,' the past winter, has been induced In comply with thu solicitation" ofi ifluruilial Gentlemen Ituiii abroad, who have vvilncsmil thn performances, and will make n rapid excursion through the principal Towns in this serHoii of thn country, and provut their vnnderf.il variety nf Feats ; many of whu-li, have nuver helot r been attempted on this sido of Ihu At I nit tc. Proud nf the ihst'iigu shed approbation and hitliiunrihlr uuilicncnn wi'h which Ihey havu been honored, I liny have cheerfully incurred a Intgo expruv to iuhnm-e slill muri' the ultrartiuus fur thu Siniiuier IrHvelliug feanii. The ARKNA is newly nnd romplrtiOy (ittrd i"it, with a numerous enin;iiiiiy of UfiUFSTUI ANS, posses-ing inieqiitilli'd trileiit ; and a Html of llano vrrian and Arabian IIOR'K.S, which, fur biuuty nnd iiiuiiagruient. iixuel nil previous oxlnhitiuiis ev er uffered hem tin) whuhi is uccoinpuiiicd by a supeiiur "Innil tit .lEnir. h.I)Ii:S and, (SKNThUMRN nro particularly inviled lo view thn Arena hilo fitting tip, lo prnvo In them l.uw eouifurtiihly they will bo seated, and in w linl a superior plan this Travelling llitahlish mentis erected. It is likewise .piopcr to stale, that the strictest attention will bo paid to gentility, and neither word nor action introduced I tin I can of. lend Ihe most dehcalu or suiceptihlo mind; hut ciich umusemcnts only selected as ciinnul fail tu instruct us well as du on iho intelligent and ic lined of eve- rv cmiiliiiniilj. , Will bo IIXHIIIITUD ut RUThANP. Or.o. II, IIiumaVs HOTKh, on SATURDAY, Iho ltlh day of Juiih, roiioMi iui iim,v, Tho pi.rfoimancti u ill cominence at twti o'clock in iho nfternouli also, nt half past 7 n'clnrk ill thj Mii liing. o adiiittLiico lo those in ihe i:uniiig who havo J ni'l in the duy time, wiihnui iho iiaual fee. JCpllOXi:.S 30 cents Children under 10 year half price PIT U3 cunts without any distinction of ape. 7'Ar nltivr trill U Kthihilid l ii'Al.l.l.Xa h'Oltl), Mr Uomint'r Iluttl, on rjlllhlY, the 101A Jjiir. UNION HALL AM) Clarctidoii riiii, fjUll! eubicribcr retpectfully informs his friends JL and tho public ihut w 11 mso situated with in a few rods of tho spruif-H is completely finished, in a genteel nud haudsomu manner, for the accom odation of visitor", affording facilities for tuing the waters, not obtaiusd at any other house in the vi cinity. His Table will be furnished with lbs choicest delicacies of the season, and hit liar with the heal Wlnea; Parties of Pleasure will be accom modated on the uiott liberal terms; Congress Wn ter freah from the fountain head will be constantly kept on hand. Good Stabling for horses, and p. turago at tin: shortest distance, and every attention will he paid to the want and wishes of thoso who may favor hi in with a call. 'The medical virtue of tho waters, a attested by their successful application in almost every variety ofditraan, arp not turparacd by any mineral springs in ihts rouniry. Oratefol for iho liberal patronage h has hitherto received, and determined to spare no exertion which may contribute to the comfort tn1 welfare of lus gucelr, the subscriber lenders hi warmett ac knowledgment fur past Mors, and respectfully o licilt their continuance. DAVID IIODGMAN, Jr. Clirenden, Miy U5. H30, Jil CotiiinitHioiifrsi iVoticc. 7 ihe ubaorihn hnuig appointed bv the lion. Probate Court for Ihe ilulrici nf Htilhind, conluilsaioiiert, to receive, exatn'tar nnd adjust nil chiimi, and d(naiida uf all persons sgsinit the s-tlutK of THOMAS hooki:r, late of ItulUnd, in iJ ditliirt, ilrr rased, rrp letrnted inanlvriit, and alto all clsiuia anil dr. mandt exhibitrd in olTet thrrnto; and six inonflis from llir 2?tl day of Mny Intl. heiriK alloweJ by taid court for lint purpose, we do tlirrrfore here by glvo notice that we will attend lo tliebuiinots of our tald appointment, at the S. Toot'i oflie' in Rutland, on lb- last Wednrtdayt of Juntf and September next, fiom 1 o'clock until 0 o'clock, P. M. nnrach of laid 'J)t- WM.C. KITTRIOOK, I rt WI,t " IU 1 I' i J 1 l)atl at Htitlatid, ifn 2TtH dy of My A -'ituVrna. aass"