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UNION, THE CONSTITUTION AND THE LaWS-THE GUARDIANS OF OI R LIBERTY.
yl. XSIH. Ac. It-, 1- -5 iftt. " iaielVeiaJ 14 I ;tUiKHl.th7eilrrt :! ift'HtRfiirtnffitJ d Cruhles. srd Wsii'ulB4"J.i'JAa.i'i.rajij-ncil a t. 1 gt ijr ret arda Ba t.atti.ey Vad Bt UnWt um loeeet sr?e. I Ma iLr purr-me of aa their err--,.,.,, u t t d on tti fnm tha N- WU STANZAS. y9Ttts xsioitr cr act. jiK-ia waist gteel wtert rt Mt lo,t g ! h 1 e -" thj ' t "J yaa aeteen'y aWj Tij Mit iui r her. b,s- t lhr laud Ik aptrh gtuTdko, tUl round fL S . Ur hwt na a I toa w pi'ui v )... --- v-t ------ ' tUreae t heir, TM '' ttk7 tCacM its lei's aad griefa ta saar i ritl.tr tutr bit ua-.ul 'bee, m loV I ret a promlra dresl, A Father aaad ha a gxUrd ihea te evcr'aat. iagrcti! Tu art wot Viat la as, Mated f ilj Uk frr-rn guil a fre, - -. 8 teviag, faiotfttt. par tud meek, thill ur xaila tc; Tba ae.ai ah It fca ta aa like lie fair atartrf eci 'Thai merll'y thi ita Itatluwrd 1 jlil oVr a!. . -lie a!i vf hraaea. Oil a, tb art not lutt la ua! in DeaiLMane taller, ilitir, B.ji tb 3avUars ar.tr), llij heart hart sol (rj Ilia "loaa'a Up" had HjHted i', JrJia'a aravra writ anil. Or Murare4 ai!Ui" in thine i ar, ibt dirnl t Hi waif f Oh, lwaa a epectade aal1im Ilj latk bb aioareJ ffm earth, Tbina aj d.r. Kd to ilia land of thine immor lalhuht The Cf), ilia Cra, wia all llij bpe, thine aachor anJ defence, Aid Kaa ilia ekara araa made atrauf in ChritVa inuiplenci1 The rri a memagrrof late, and aow thine t riaud'a dune; And we will gird a (or the race which thev "wi'tl haal run! 'And t.nwa tnrtt il.jr apiiit bleal, opnn that radiant thoir, Hill aa ii crl not loat la o, hut enlj (one hrfor!' Itaiaden, l'y 14, l!4l. TRUTH MANFULLY SPOKEN. O. A. Bfowii'On haa in the la-t l)mt C'aie Renew a eper on" i hi Uiim anI Gruuntl ftf (loieramriili" which (ya the Nrw Yrk Tribon') cnihnilrrt . OiucH truth oarniial io the pullie w lfte hirh haa not luthffio bcru duly et be Lire their readrra in the nuUicatinn claim ing U be csfHcially Democratic. We 'lake (row it the rllinc fSUart. which rtnboCiee a act-inj( rrbnLe l the uenit gnguia m of iha day, m u ch jianea with tua tnanr for uemt'oarj; "Thera ia a Btionff lenilcnrv and h'tlJ a datfrons lei.de ncy amimg its l Underrate the innoitanra of Lb rat am dia, phiJoaojdiifal tnetigatin. pr found achutarhti. and ariantific Uin - . . a Bllffttt lie lift he a titrg U ic wci otra- Wfeat ia rtot (fapgfrotif in tlia tea Jirftj ia tha fart Cm it ta tUnackt ta bt dfnotatie. an4 ta tmomf$ti by auat who hae tbe rata and the tteaila f irr OrAerrarj. Ta it put faee agaiott it ia ueipwte rorttlan to the vagae charge cf being aiiWrra , aa4 t bt c'enotiarad SI U.a eeii.ica t, t!.a fiU. aa ea vh hara aa ffc5df nee is tha ge 1. vo In for ff b!ar goteraajrai bui wha aroald iatrndaea a ajxMiairhy, er tadd vp aa aria lorriry, er eiftM,thief ilit qolta at hi, if t He. flat I, far oae, tseet the charge brrt aa th tbreabolJ. I I'rsj that thia HHidriKj ta dftaocmttr, or that it ra asUa f one lemarrae) J it ia deetdrdly aati I morratit. aad ogiate ia tha aboir, ia the perernioe at derapcraey, Tfcee it dcttibcracr, ia ear ararihy aeuae af ibe teraii oaly -vbere ears taaa ba a rrind af bit aw'a. and itra that atind rlrarly, 4itinrtljr, withoet lafriaf it to bo fot ia tha eutea of any etlier rata. ftlure rer,?eaieiae; regaided at a rrinriptf, ia aot aeeetaattlj a deferring in Ce ntaat. but it the tea tod just institution attd adrainiatraiioa of Gn(rhmrat fur the hghet and bf t good of the h pro pie.. I am thought ta van rouodeaet ia iba people but I dare really mot eon fidrtea in then than be haa baid the other day, Siac 1 La-a bees ia oflire 1 hare mad tiny duty ta ateertata and roniorm to the will of my riotiitien' I dire tell the people a hat I behet io be the tibta aeoual to Ibetr well b riff, and to rontudict thera to tleir very f.cr wba I believe them ia the wrong. Cut ray confidence ia the people i m their eai abilniea, and not ia their artaal a tatnaitnt, or in the praebeal wtednm of their aciaiil jndgmertta. The peojile ta ahoo. I want erni&deece it the poult' eatrpeonle, the people whoae toiea we rollrrt at the ballui-boi, who iir fct are, and alwaya must need be, only a eaiill mintirite ofth wbol popuUtton. The . . . e auiue people, il their eoice could really he I erd, would be Imd and earnet in rondriunattoa ol the teidney of which we roeak. They feel that tl.ee warn intrllie enee. want light, and they look a gertr around for it; but berwten litem and tha liht etaiid evr thia immrofe oony o al allow patrd poliUeiaat. who dried noth ti ao murh aa popular intelligent" aou whae tf!e chmce f aurcea ia in that ting out the I'ght. and mating the pcoptr twin re that they the people are alrea iy mit era of piliticl acienoe. Here lies tha tti1. Nr.riv all our writeia, our whole newai'nper prea(wii!i few honor He eiceptiuna, do little cite than echo what they t-ke to be the donnaai.t con viciioi.a of their rtpcciie partiei, ert or ch"ol: and if one chanrr to thtt'k for turns If. and labir t admnre the bim i.i drvate the aiQ'id.id of thoothl, the Whole pxrk. ' T'lT. BUnclie.Swf etheirt.'Iillle dn? and are let lniae upon him, and ha ia forth wttti run do n at a wild be at, or a aag who if aulTered to eirape would coirupt the people and eal out Iheir auhtiance nnh rt detour iheir women and children Now, in Hie ntme of tctence. of knoalrdge, of wirdxn. of ifloe, of the people, of outrasfd democracy, I lir on solnmilr and earnestly proteit agamst thia terriltlv to the m tervilut t which a man i er iibra it rfd 'ailh rtur (or hontl purnoes. but for purpoar nUava bane and atlfisb. ; I love my coun - -j t't. Ia r-rirtfel Umra, tne ta uf a -eanffh loeet tour vpiis i LLicrte c.ly : rrrs'Ll a tery Sit :tttjrr. I krew , mt tt b k:nett aj poaraucc, fr ut the way hm froti tije . a and I ahall therWt a j prreiat tt. bond- aie painted a .d giUrr. 1 he ia-1 I oltea hear if yaw fra yeui cvoctcy. ut? of the thpa are ptotrcted fm the caea wLa twit Kagland. 4 bar of ana ly th tereen exttadteg aeo tha ' year beatib aad 4 your Janrti ia ttrteu, topporud fiora tle roof of the hoete. There are either ol etsig, or ia order lo admit the I'ght are of eyetcr tbellt craped fine, attialiaartfl kcptrrra of g la. We art a great may taiUtit to work ft at, 1 estde ihir.gt tery a til the Cfiitjatioa of the Uaiow with t laoroa." The gloom aad iittnit which the fl wffoi U'O llaiied tUe Bank (and the StiKt to which I have referred ha pro duced ia England i vtav ciur. yt tkihotti'd ey tl Depaitaaent mi War, late Icdfbdwic, I.Kaii, mm th dih of Aageit, rest tnoilh, or aooa then after aa practicable. . St hl taikteg arrafe.eslt lofuraUh ht desired eacori. I hate recti red th "HHtof Capt ShC. Cle.ol U rtf i meal drifoona, fey which f tmi hU 1 hreghv )id met wnh eod eery pr perl ditaf,,!, hundred mtmprrftit- lm t. 1m l-r-i- I 1: cetaaryiobecrrtul tha there . .. ' were eo'e.wi.ed by tl,e ettir.aaf tl V"? 'kTm T T M . .V. . . ...... .. . . !. . ... r , waa io atwra ajBti the Mneka , 9 ifthy bad a good patirro; be I it it it at U I wih thai tha tamt ftMrtly lechegt Jjrlitr tf Cin. Ce!Cfn. Ttjr,' ji ercrja wlkh t-''-ra t ia .... . jre. lr.e J.e !--s l": jeMi ty " " 5t- u 1;--r'J, t tautrr fi2 r C.tw bf tMJiJ fc.tt f treJ u e-i i! rc f fiJU' Aa eacml for t!.e prn-crt ra cfffM:0M tJ1j tn erry f,, 5rlr t SuJa ft trtJtrt ba Uea aikfd lor. d ; ... I bt rewind far e I&43f)l riaale, to HCrtieti, the a'Mi'k rf.Uici dCBt.rit. and U. a fct the firmttet with which I eta. lata the rtf ha of lL flfell.c, tha t-at hieb tb fo'J.iwirg eU'cire peciUi ta ohcjt'. ia hh t bate far aothdrity 7h of ih rct of Tacuba) o tare ed l-y tho d, rf - )U Foe tie fan re m quietiU le traatcd. tod all l.eJfM-rt who a.de th territory f the Rcj-uhSt o thir t defect or patrltia it. fur- they cp'rd ei United Sutca f.t Crgliahiaea whkh ai tJy at they taw the article before them. t.hlaheiea, l am itappy io ear, ry Our glorct to!ed ihrm mt. Thair where entenata for them. Hut tbe e . . . a a a a . brat altrwpu to imitate them prndaeed eer on oon eioct, i tear, are a eci. moat abaarJ looking thing but, a we Ie set, and oothiaf aato the aidom were not tery particular tbvat r per- aad beat rserunt of each calm and dta eoml appearance, iLey anavcred the par-'oaaiionate men aa yourtetf, aad ihoae poof let ping oar hand warm, being who are competent to tabdue tad eon- . - 9 m a at ar.a'.aa .. raa a a a tned with fur. Unly one man succeed trol ui itret oi iie tuiuutem, win re aota d in bicninf out a pair al alt reiemUtng ' lo preaeto to ihote two jieat cottUie Engliah g.et. They were almott tlie th hlctaiBtt of peace. onlr iradet-people who did mtdeicit thai We rtad with'atregt in thitenon- city, and they Lad alwaya plenty to do. lry the tceonit of the doiagi eo both Jjtut. Murray Doingt in Uhia. 'a.t oi yr nonnera noourra. i nero I it hot an Eogliahmaa of character tad common aenee who would not depre ... . . . . . .... rata a war with Aaicriea: but too UrUith Cficeri and American Credit. (Mk after your people on the bord- Few of our readera, we 'a-e ay, bat er at well at we. I think yoa w.ll find were tentihly imoreaaed with the an ot tt all timet dtapottd to art unly by ccilo. related in the exract from Gen. ynut bat Jlia Hull it a tnerhy letto J. IImill n'e anti-repudiation Speech when yoa rouae hira, and, though wil- ... .. .. I . " . r ! whicb we Dubliahed a law lve teo. oi itne to mko more irorn ma wwroi m hit conaertatitB with a Drittih efficer : America lhn Jrora any body ie, jet who had, anfoitunately for him. invented there are limit ta hi lurbearanee. L.nutd the eatinia of hi a life in American you but multiply yoorrelf into a dozen Southern S ate eim kt. The mention of t Freiident of tt man) Siaitt, I am tore the name of til officer fSir Jhn Mo. all thia ill feeling would aion tobetdc. At nllyon Wdton) hat induced a friend of I for my tingle tetf. the marked lindner oort to furniah at with a copy of a j Iter ! extended both to General Rtall and ma received from him on the tame tuhjectby your countrymen ha comerted.ii omtwo yein ott hy a ditingnibed ' more or leat into Jlmtricunt, and indue- officer of our own Army, which tut ap. jeu a contitenee in tneir puoueaeeuiiiiee. petred to u of eufOcieni Irrteretl (notlimg honor, aud gnou unn, wtttch 1 am now tiaaitlal maul a.a, aaVt.al at All if a-ft r III Dae B w1t.lorntndgooda.n.ei.fihema.,w.irh j 1 love her political inat.luMO.-a; a practical!)- means fie wiiCom aud gm.d ifiii ol the email minority a; the hed of one or the othr f the two great pd tical parties into which the rnuutrv t litded. Mr acholarahip for the rake of rholar hip i no rioobi content p.ihle; we nt no pei'antry. no dileHanlienn That awl of acho1arhip whicli, in it tpiril aud rf 'fct, look iier beyond thtcul ivalion, tbe intere st, or ihc pare if the scholar hiniitll, deer a no encouragement from aChnli.n people. AH aclndarnlup. or tchul iati". or acientific. or even atlieiie attatniuente,'like Hi pnsseaainn of pro 1 am ambiiioue of seeing my cotumymen l.kiirff the lead in eery depnttment l high and manly llmwght. I am rot will ing to be alwaya dependent oh foreigners fur my intellectual nutriment; I blush to think thai when ( would read a profound wmk on re'enre, whether moral, mtelleo ti al ai cial. oo'i ical. or relie not, 1 mnt order tlf out Fiance or G rmany. But rt il muat be ill w c ceare to hld it de mocratic lo eclin only the thoughts ol the people, en though it be th ir bet se c.nwl ihoiiphia.' We must dare-Berk for . a a'lf.. truth.' and dare utter it, ami Jre laoor lor forbidding it) lo pobtirh. as exhibiting the actual operation ol the Mate tlelinqm-n- ciet upon ihote individuate w ho ware in duced by their confidence in American bo nor In invest their all in the Mate secun- tit a; and tt showing also the Ir-elicg of the army aa well at of the inti lligeni people of. England low t id the United Sutra at the moment when there wat aome reason In apprebrod a rupture between the two cottntiiet. The writer nf the auhj-itned Letter, it may be memisrd. wat cat tured. seeee- ly- wounded, at Chippewa, on ihe Sth of July, 1814, and, with hia friend Mjor General Sir Tntneai Hiali, also hauty wounded and captured at the bxtle of Niegara tome twenty dyt latter, ly, to gether with our Mnj. Gen. Scott, (he too bring btlly wounded.) for some time, St firtt near UulT.I.', and aferwards ou ihe road between Bnflklo and Albany, until tkry wire able io travel. From aeiocia lion and a community of suffering a friendship waa contracted bc twten thee nflirera and G-n. Soott, who assisted ihrir return lo Ene'atid on rarole, and taeiluatcd their iuiny in the United Statet previoua to iheir t!rparture; of which and other cWililiea received at that lime such a tenet has been entertained by lhoe t-fficers that both Sir Phtneat and Sir Ji.hu have eer tinrt been unbound ed in their attentions to a l Amerx.nt fall ing within their reach. This PTf l. nation will serve lo intro duce to our readers ihe follow ii S 'Letter Sutet from S i J. M. Wilson to General Sco't afraid will prove the rum of, my dear General, your, o ost fiiltulty ' " J. MOKII.LYON WILSON. FROM THE WES I' EKN f RONTIEK. From the Miasouri Reporte.. July St. "Santa Fe Traders -Captain Cooke, of th Uuned Sutet army, hat mad an official report to Genetal Gaines, of this AliiiHiry uti8ion, in reicrente to in re cent proceeding in the Indian territory, by which it apprara that he disaimedacoil) pany ol Tt-X'ans, under the command of Lulinel Suively, on the 30'!i ol jane ta-t. When he approached the tpot where the Tesins were encamped, a whits flag wst displayed. In pursuance of a message sent to them. Col. Suively and two oth ers waited on Capt. Cooke aud informed him that they were acting under a com mission from the Tex'an Government, and thought they wet in ih uirttory 1 that Ri uubl c. Col. S. produced hi commission from the Trxian Secretary of War, authorizing him ta raise a force of line hundred men lo plunder lit Santa F trailer whilst ctosatng the lextan territory on their way to th United Stat". But Cspt. C. concluding ihut such a commission would hardly autho rise land privateering, at hail on the American ide of the line, or on d eputed territory, disarmed tha Te xinnt and gve them permistion either io return to Tex as or lo accompany him to the Ihitt d aiainiuenie,'iiKe me piisseaniMi ui - - , . . . nr pcrtv, place, or pouer sl.o.rld be regarded . the ileat.on of the pcojle in lead I oj i .i v i f ...... in .,!,. in ihm. u -Inch willnercr at a tier ed inn, o be used not lor ihe msrrly obey ing lhe,,,. which Royal -Hospital, Chleat) October 9, 1841. ;J My dear General Scott: Upwards of seventeen yesrt h.ve now passed away since I was opposed lo you at Cliifflewa, and was afterwards you prisoner aud fdlote tufjerer near Buff.lo. Yet, during that time. I have ueet ceised t leel a a eraitful tecol cction ol your kindnesa to ma, and a high admira'ion of thuse chialrtus helings which au united you m battle. And it it the reoollectton of those stirring and bygone timea."and the elevated opinion enWtainedof you by Sir Fhinease Riall and myself, which personal god l iht possessor, bui for the ( be moral, intellectual, and sacred leation be oheyina ihem.iti the miserable dema-. now inducet me to write to you. .. - r ...... I I- :...vu..rn I l.-iil rprpil- ' . .... .. . . .. I. ... 1 I1B lifUIllUlQ llltl'l. . . - - r'"..tf F'S Fm 'C'V "I l ed on P...i... ihrouah rhlTerent States of of the mae. Tltt literature we aut in , uo u 'i thu Union in 1614. both in reepeei of thi. country ia not the literature, w Men 'K "l "".9 UfVA7;moJteheir induatr and moutces. mid ol the teaul,. fra drf-r,ine to nopular passion by the loud u-mdy profession hry maU wf ra and i.innt. ., i,.e,d the litera-iite on vll occasions oj dcvolionio ineutjc ; inactive aud honorable that Slcill '" broathf .. . . .. .... . .....It ' ' m II : li.atia full ol the lo.e ..I rmtn as mao, " , ,., all who. Linnese wju unu - Thoujih their iron wot a is yet Iheir tools, such aa chusels. Unes.ax I es. ic. are excellent, and kept very sharp. I a .f iht nrciilar tnstea j oi thai kindle holv ardor in a. n . . 1 .! ..... ,.t com undT it iiilineitce, ami iti'ii" " them the ntedrd ai-d.im to l-ibor fr t'te n.oral, the relignus, the intellectual, and the physic-l well-being ot alt men, e pecially ol the poorer nd morenumermn clasncs. Tlie tetd' ncy ol which we spak is In the erraijoo uf a 1 1 nature the reverse of tins. It i a leellnijt tendency i. bu U levtla dnwnwaids. and not apwaidt. Instead of feeling it imi, linj criou do')' t ins ruci and elevate ilw ma, the leudeo cy aiitiit gal u i t.Uhk.i ou liooi th. mass, and to biii ilMUithi down V level wiiu ilii lurrow tes, crude lions, a .d blind iilti"f f ihe millliu.de. li Ud ludMiy ts c.tuniuoJ cnt our l'tiey nv ko ..... the handsaw. Ibry li.J. '""ZZ l F ur from uUtot well at it, coLr fine work, which, if L ,y, bo ,urJri.ej ,f I ,oine. the n ut.n?, e ,-.be 'JJ " -11 feel ali Ue netvois about lite i.tte .ork had tec dotte-w, a ch - he , nnhJ nossesscu, viz: JUi,uuu. m vmh caoal and banking sharta and MtssisMppi aud Indiana Stale stocks: and now, alas, none of three three concerns py their dividends! I litve a wife and sis chil drr n, ami two of your murket balls are ..-.it i.i.,o.l iU v kniU t aud under this 11. l'ft.M " " . Cul. S. insisted upon a right to mirmt? the eneniv iwenlv miles it to the l rr'roryofant ulra'Power.ar d complain ed that hia men would he in great dangrr, without their arm, from a large body of hot -ite Indiana that ihey had recently met, and further.' tharthly were in a starving condition. An attempt was made by C l. S.'s aid to incite the I extant to resis tance, bnl they yielded al ihe approath of Cant C. The Urcer pan ol the ex- iant accepted the offer of Capt. C. and returned with him to the United Stylet the othar portion proceeded to Tex as with Colonel S. Col. Warfield wat one of ihe band. He w as the only one ofthepaitv who had a regnlor commis sion, tie was empowered ey uie i ian Goreriimoni lo bestow an unlimited nnmher of -commissions oncitzrnsol the United Sutrs t m.ke waj on . M'Xico. Mc Daniel, one of the unwderers of Char- vis, hem a rapKiT cointuiaiuu, g to him by Wirfield. From the St. Louia cvf nin? G.nctle. Gen. Gaines and the Santa te l raters. Throuch the politeness of that indefa tigable and Trterau officer, Gen. Ganes, we sre enaiilro-to. present-, our reauere with a trancrint ul the energetic des- na ch f-f warded hy him lo IJiijjadier Ge- t .... . ' . f- . o u nera 1 ay lor, comiuanaing at run ouimu, Arkan-ai. relative to the line of conduct which will hereafter uo-ern the military with regard to the eserl and protection ol the Santa Fe traders. -I It epiril in raravaat found epoa . Senia Fe rtad, yet torae ewher a.ea ol tW.aB,A iftsrrttt ttoa are ppMd to feestt ,w,riUg about thi trading road redr ta rouar apa lb eaotTtadir g caav.ns. This mvtl not Ce, It it or eeeua. doty to pat down n predatory raeata of thlt tort of land print erring, teth at have too long tutubt4 u aik the rharacier of enra oiling litem le member of Ameticaa Repobhct towsrdt each other. , W mutt destroy. arrestt or dnarm all such law lest eoutbiaatione whentver found w ithia or nrar our vnmatled Loun dary. In the rame under consideration, it it very eidrnt that no tuch movement or rapture can take place any where vvon the Santa Fe road, wilhunt jeopaidmg the Uvea and property of any el our rood citicent ent ted m this ralutle tnd growinr trad. Under thi view of the suHeci I could oothesi'at ti appro th . Mm. .a. mm a conduct ol ibat eiceiianl ouicei, capt. Cooke. . The ooeitinn whether the pretended Tex'ana were found within our territo rial hmits or not, wtt a question which, in the absence f a marked boundary, Capt. Cooke hid aright to decide, ao far at the foirmment oi Ms conduct wtt concerned, while in the dUchsrge of the duiy assigned to hira. .Hit duty w i to Bold protection lo the pertont tna pro perly of the citizen of ih United State and Mexico, lawfully engaged in tilde upon the Santa Fe road. The tarn d chancier of this duty re quiied perfVrt impartiality on tbe part ol the United Statet commander to whom it is eonfidrd. and rta'urtlly constitutes him, whit acting under th authority of hia fovernment, a fit and proper lodge for the lime being to dec.de how fr he ran eo. and where he ! old halt, consis tently with the we'd known principle! of the law uf nationa. . I have long acted upon the principle that h r the purposes ol protection oi on nffcudinir citizens teatnst savage, tt well is against precatory bands ol cmlizrtf mm ditnnsrd to violate the known lwa of war, or lo violate the long-cherished princio'et of that free trade and toct Intercourse which l.ae done to much for the treat caue of civilization and free covernmenl throoghout the ciil.zed w otl.l, we aluuld not hetliiaii to consider tvery fool of Und tnd water netr our unmarked boundary, and especially that nnon the Santa Fe road, from the Mi- si.uri io the liio del A'ore a neutral ground, and within th reach ol our au o . ..... , ... , ihoritv. or at least until me totinuiry uiir i roaiked and cstablishtd according to existing tieti-s. 1 acted up n this prm ciple t'pon the Sbine frontier in the year 1836, much to he Uli8laciion oi cor tainsflf-csteeinedioiioni"s,w tth whom these land rmvateen may now unite in abuing me. Bui I am never o well a- tisficd wih niv own conduct whin find my self abused by political intriguers and tamt privateers or piruies. Th escort ncently authorized by th Denartmei.t of War will be ordered to a reinble aa soon af cr the 6th of Augtixt. nr xt month, as practicable, ai or near Inde nrm'ence. .It. i possible thtl the escot may not be ready t. h ao lodrpeudtnce until the 15ih of August. I am. very retiecifully, your obedient servant, EDMUND P. GAINES. Maj r Cm. U. S. Army commanding. To Brig. Gen. Z. Taylor, torn, the 2d Ocp't, Foil Smiih, Aikansas. areouai.ihl C5y be capttred uat'er a m, shall be pot -o jaimed,! ddad,, I eth er accmpaaid m thru eater piii by f. ar or many deinrers. and lihoig-H t leesthly it my be junfied by he pretext of iBterlrnog ia ll Cj4 diafun't widi the tiew of atutainf a txdiura! ead Tbtt penalty shall be t flirted t H hrer, be ikey of what tuay tbey )" Ve.us the Mexfaot, being at pete wtv il ftWr uaUooa. th respon- tibdity ol 1 1 m n may m.k War upon tnera i pwrny ti(ttit and place Mm w ithoot trie rtrotrrw,a ( rsing treaties. ZJ. lite (.enerai..cjb(rf M tua At- . a mT my, tbe orneiajt aMaant ef th Manume aad troonei Ufp mt$. aud ali having tuiiilary aultmrtty stl al aJ spprehcud a feigner invading v-.f riiory or promoting ciwt war who , ia hand. ha l be respwnti.hie hw the a acvepaton acrop!hmeut of thi' d ere, aod the punUhmeut for it iafraeimo shah be the lorsofolleo fey tlie person rttpoattble. ? - ' Therefore I eems-nd that 'tti be prtated. published, tbd circulated, tud re cti th proper i Xreutfon. sn Naiiooal 1'alact ol otextto, J7 uae, 83. . AfitOKlO LOPEZ SANTA AMI. Jnaa Masia Tnaieav, MinttUr l'r d arta.w TARIFF. After all ihatlboen said and written em thia street, thtrifrg the asl bftcen aponft. aod aite r havuig caro- ullv read ami pondered a rtreir uaul ot what haa been said on boll titjet, w o thoulirVeally like io knoa what it is on thia suhicct. which divides vf twaleaO- in nartii a of the couatryt nr rtihrf, we thouUl like to koow what it it that the. Dcmocrata are to incessantly gambling . about. On Ue Toiff. Henry flay; Vhi wdl be acknowledged at Pretty good Whi? authority, in a speeoh in tha U. S. Senate, en ih ltt of March, 1842, eed the following language:, . - M me not bt mMttrKicrsroon ont entreat thai Immi not be KisKxri.EtEK- w i .. .i . ..... r TED COT NOT WWCOIWg HIB ftpiviit of a Ilioa Protective Tasirr. 1 aji FOR ABtDINO BT THE PRlXClPLM Of TB CoHfROKiss Act. iJtm for doing what no Southern man of fair candid mind ever yet denied giving to the country a re venue which may provide for the ccono mical wants of the Government, and at the same time giving incidental proteC' tion to ovr home industry," John C. I alhoun, whom it will be con fessed ia not bad Democratic authority now. whatever he may ouce have been, during the same debate made a speech. in which he advocated strongly a re venue tariff. We have not the tpeech by us, or wo would give his precise words The dttterence, tnereiorc, seems io be that ihe Whigs desire a revenue tariff, because they believe it , the bet ter way to provide for the expenses of ihi crnVs-rnment. and because it will at the fame tlmo afford incidental protection to our own industry: ihe" Democrats da sire a revenue tariff for the sake of a, re venue, but they deplore. the" feature of incidental protection. They like a part of the effects'-bul not the whole. This is the feeling, and ieY -of the bet:cr inform ed of ihe Democrats. A great por ioit of them rave, and rnt, and snort about a tariff, without sense enough to form all opinion correctly on the subject, or pra deiwe enough to hold their tongues and eonceal ihrtrignorauce. 9 w o. . Ihghlani Aiess. - I ... a . aa-a h!a le or il consists inen-i; .--.6-: i , f ,. .t .r General Scolt, which me document i wrmen ,, of hnss wire jcgcl with a aharp lut ro . aBI infrm m. have no doubt, have doe inttuance -upnu mrt-U The pta-ern to be carved ,s pUc I , d . j m h ...!. ..,K!nd hle b.ireJ in it.; w f ",ie';,':tty. St..- ar tcf vicinity of our north wester., frontier. ,hro,Sh.. htl.cw.rei3psedand.n. e( .1- a h.v-.CSrn. (J.tnet deservet and should .eceie, Mlt tie ho.dl... which W1;0! ' 1 tihl i'x credit r!r..r his promptnude in tin. m,Uer, the , W)lod; .tie dr. wing .s S;w'hU.crU.vie.prc.cul,mbariaStint:..tl.as ibauks of hi ftilow-cit zens. iu tbe g'Cacslt are anl accuracy. MEXICO. Papers from the ily of Mexico have been received at Pcnsacola up to the 27 h of June. The Diario del G-bicrno con tains the following decree of Santa Anna: Ministry of War and Marine. An'o- nio l...nra da Smla Anna, roeitimg well d h s eountiy, ener-i oi wiviion P.csiuenl provisional ot the nepuono-oi Mosiro. to the inhabitant ol it. X.now a. tnat. considering the criminal andde- in.ihlH ruactic of loreigners. belonging by birth to nations nowlning in peace and amity with the Mexicans, ut usurping iheir territory," in luvading it with arms in hand, by at arktitg ihe troops of the Republic, by despoiling th. ir property, aud by committing excesses wort1y td banda'oi robbers and pirat-s that act with out the pal of lh law .4 uanous. and in fin, that ihe time his arrived to put an rndlti these tl and scandalous procedd tnjrs ixerciiii'g the right and employing The Choicr A Q iakr, residing at Pari, was waited on by lour wmkmen, in order lo nuke, their eomphment. and ask for their uimI new yar's gifts. Well, my frieod." aid tlie' Quaker, " her ar your gilts; choose fifteen franc or ihe Bible." "I dout know how to r ad," said h fiist, to I will Uk - fee fifieen frat ct." 1 eaR read," laid th sreor d." but I hive, pressing wants." He took the fif teen francs. 'The third also made the time choice. He now earn to Ih fourth, a lad aHiWit th'ttren. The .Quaker look: td at him with an air of goodness. . . 'Wilt you, too, lake thes three . . ' . i. . ....... . .: . pieces, wntcn you may uoiain aiaay uuiu hv your labor and tiHlostryJ' As J oa say the bok i good. I w ill taku it, and rem) it to fuy mother," repli ed the boy. II toolTth Bihl. ope-.nl it aid found bi lwiort the litres a gold piece of forty Iraues. The others huntt down thojr hCwd, "and h Q inker told them he w-s sorry they hd uotmae a better choice.