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LATE FKOM UAXTA fC . tlicm tie Girnwi'. O-'e. fc.e tW
By tbe arrival at Fort Lrav eaworth, aa'" kaea4 tba tftlrrauaai. a t-fi-
- i ..kutAM iiui af.cti iir awaas ayitr riiiv
it mJl atdeii aa.ai la - J -- - , ' T
Mi.e&aJ aafc- Tmii cratra lit a .- lit Kk k aai w w use u, 30iU October. T Ucet. UoL Ktf, ww. '""T;
U,hiImi1, eadro be j r ; Ampadu eaLVJ ba berk anJ avb- tU MUeotin feisBirer. i Irani iLiju aa tit t,UM.J ly iht cfi.
" , tui, f ,,t iir. obd it iird. Tti in "44 ee in rem by Gen. Keajaey Iclt I CaMotnU ca tie, err ef k$ eravy aha asarrgm ta
lill-dMIltii!i. Oadit'CfBe-U T)l. w4 M rcdy true, f 5-hf S-pifnibr.ulicj wiihLimrorn.,t IMstua vat serened ia thi ty.
;Uf ' I'cratty corc !( B. C, O, K. aa4 I. la I'mud Fiom r, !
fj.!Ver, ed t rwgtatiteiatee wdUotj Mch Iij. deservedly aid if Gen. Sutra drooBSia a'4 about 400 oea,jtf t kara that tie
j .u...jf.!. ! Tv lrt rcrsoiul brarery I u U t ihtmt mounted on mulct. Tbt toata of ttu!si GoveiBa-eatei tree. crJiirs; Gee.
U turn talrtiW iittit of a b aJairsuoa sn4 aJutaiioa of t!to at couQ ctnaa4 va caesium! by asaej
b j erf i 1cJ. It JS i I! " home, but it it ea prruiunty ol lit, lit of ut o!4et aaa o tspnirnrea moun-
tt mi l J- t4 lr. U ui p.rar.I,sw urraa(Jr4 by taea equally ao hy uinerrt aoJ mJrtt ai oot of fieat fcarj.
btu a ieucrd. Ubca liJ lyminf an, wbo, ia fclordiaatc po- tnj auCcrinf . if not aH!utf !y im-
Mf t 4fta be tir( hi aa a.! tion, art rapablt of any thing aaI ecry practtrl!aw oeiB damm the Kio Cnaik
lirvty ij.iftaiai fr ihe wrtkiwf l3iB brt aai (real: aal alihongb ob- w Socoro, (aa o!J Sj aaith towa formerlj
brrf )tbprataaK'fff bcai a k.eurr4 from tltt ere tf tk rounirr, are f mora isportanre frost tlit large fa rt
ialrttTftiibntf.'-ftry lfOrrf(lia fact iu pri!e nl vreaairot 1 iU aoa atatioard there.) aboat S00 oiilra aoetK
t4 btt aar .by I'. 1 iv I rlei tf ! tale oecaita here fitr i f maJng wma Saaia Ye ; thenca et to tUa Ci!a,r
aa wJ.oar gtt.9. ttMt it t btawaie a;n i;ioe nom e rrgaia a uwic wi (pronnunml Iieru;) mrnrt uoara u
ier and ftn'irf u ub a nvia I.i. ' rt ruim. nJ now joj nw u.-v in una to wiutia 1 59 or zoti tni:e oi v
4 uftiBg tt ia pi'l.cwlar aay; anj'anJ olui V.rv uuOrrgn ia the arrfire; hM4of ihe (Julfcf California, ihia ahici
ktail.tie g aia t it atetBiiajl-ow ihtirripm du corpa promj' them the Gila emptiei ielf; theoct norihwetl
m etna tee. aoJ ihte aloava a.ffer ileac : t thrir Jeruiioa to Uieir profr iyn, i a Momrrrr. on the IVifif. Tli root
te.rrt i bt goerael ky ter. frrwinfy the teumony f o!uo- tkl and known aa the Topper Mir
Tleh.btaolaaaittsttne;F euri- wra aja aereuer tiiaabute uie puouc route.
ca. W ail bate ter4 tf aui bouM. mind in iu appreciation of the joanj of- ( Tl.ia rommand ia areompanied by tie
a Guttata toeaiy ftt if Juffttrr, 61 ed Ccera cf lie aiuiy. .fj!!.iii.j ofHcfra : Gen. Kearney, fon-
ub La"a aid rwai cl g'Ct tisa and ,.,....,..,. mandifi (.pi. Juhnaon, lat drajooc.
attig b. TSiett and lauar Jata are Cca. Ectlar CCB. Tailor. !aiWe-jaip; Capt. Turner. It dngooif,
coptcuctrdapootuicdy aircktn:clprio- ... , , jAJiuum General of the Mjrmy cf lie
1 1 lea. Wt were ot d.pef ed t atticb any . Wrl WaJor Tl00ia, sWOrd. Quatur-
laioxtinitctipeeieatte nalea bat!rrd .he h oedajs t!B,, U.S. Arrov; Aiant Sergeaia
iPii ait la t:a feaitca care note. I m , . . Jhn . tirinm a id K. Mwnaon, oi re
.Major JBI
ner, comminJin; drajjounaj Captaina
u fie caat ari u It a gl
faatlc baa ita proptif rf e-siu.cga rhoi
Mua eiet tuibora that late cm d ia be
pto ieni! gti.acdaeritnotfor thii i tepeateu. ana ai.ua lie fero ifook, Moore. Uur-win. and Grirr. lit
Ua (e.U atta fli aor.a amJJ nerer j 9 J "T" rrirr. ir- T s tig00n,; tnd LieutenanU lme.
aj the a at to hia l.df'a cbbr. Tba " r"1", ! Hammond. Noble. Davidaon, and McIJ
fare.likaiba abiiuti. it aal prow-:1"" caaawwa. e Pdu.ii loiay
Tailor l carry oa iLt war audi reaeaed
aM'gy ia eoetrqataet of tie refaat of
lie a ico to eegouate. waa viihia a fao
ilea of II aa terry, ted oal4 itrrb tlat
point tbe Bxt day, .
Tke Lralthef tit traopa at l!ot.terry
aa anuch bitter thaa it t ad kera oa iSa
Rij GianJr. The fotufieaticae ia tit
1 bare to kfona voa Uiat rum ill be far
aitbed, a taurh aa csa be gi'-Lrml, at
doHara per mu!a load, and !o muW aW
bardra, aa anoa a tley arrirt from tke
interior, brre tfer bate brea teat oa bu
eioeta. bvt on!md,lo return fanhaiUiv
aid the aaJerataodias thai tLa'eiirrret
J prkr fur freight from lioa city to Ceralio,
a. aaa a y a
appoa or L&I aiaay aU airr,
afcta a t ariiia frem beUo. V COO aw
far diy, aad at bear tbt Urtleaoa ki
et aa the adtaaet aatel aa of
aea. f aaa eiaicetd. aad aa ia trrj
Crer of tba tay, tbat e bate doae
oiorg aad caaaantied aa kr aarab!e arra
mr wto uiii-h at atarca m tsia
env eeiarionrdb the ireklar lropa.
Gra. Tatl n'a raaap aa abaat tbrrt J indicated.
aadea thit aula of klaaurer. (aerte. ''
The Ui arcvanU fieot Geoaral Aapa With tbia moute, I rflVr ypa tny ron
dia nJ hit araaf left them teyi ad Sl l- idri:ion aud tlfem. God and fibeiiy.
to. o thfir inmh tvaatd Saa Iaia Mouierry, fpteraWr SUih 1818.
ti.i,tal.tCh pontit aa ruo.ed iht -rptXUsCO DU T. WUALES," .
Santa Aana bad arrited at the bad of? Ia tlairei.fy of t! Goteruor to Co!.
. . . ...
ill be cren be doea imt
ta tvo dollars, and fifty eenta pre mule , duert oa. To and ilia war a mora .it
bad to Canurjo, fite duQara-7-ta Cadi" 1 tl mial be auatk aeaer the Me tirta
reiu, one dullr aod fiy reauwtlia aame rapiia!; aad tfcal i. Vira Cras abovlj It
to tlte csuita of IXiJorra and Coacepiioa. alea by ibe ta ay f Ala aiaJa. Wa ae
whkh art below Cadereita.- . jaow errr TOO aide (ram tlar ty afItK.
M Such Witi the re, roa will fdeaaa ico, aitfi vaat drarrt t uame. fa g
aijttify the aame to Gen. Tajlor, addir aaid. 10 malt peaea ttomwkmHu
at llie aame time that it a U not be eeres J Mexiea.ioaae thi, j Battle aadjae, aad
aary to use force ia prorniinf tlie objecia jaae Gatramrt.t matt cma.eara tgii.
indurated, fur there ia oa lack of deaire to , I) at bare e a volaater re. aad iua t . .
.... i-. ..... .t. .
u m-fie -r a iy inaaad
e, Utliut t!ia f?trat e iDari.i ... r
the mot aeiite uenlla. aar agaiaat f
Maie obere will. i,a m.aiia. aad pJ
tea afforfl etny f.nbiy i0 CIV iiM(
eettlaUy and mtt dittafoattr far u
Our atmy, aa ro aitaateJ, ran" be tl
bra Ju-
ih Hire ihaand men. and wtt dailr riv vi i in. it
ptrtiag rtii f irrent. l- Mate ,he prit-e the Mrairaa government f I'reJ Fiaaeh ia Fpa 0
reinft rrenei.t which bad reached Maa t- j anwrre at hat price it will be farnilied - -
ray at the iie oar infcrmaott lefu O.dert k, army at 6e dollar jt mul load. J TexmeSSf 0 VoICEtCClS the KHIM
hd been recened, it ta at drraiood. by ; yow e Jave poitiie proof that UA ia . ajjj Woandei ea
the other re gimeaia atatioiied oa the K10 ;xM Jou',1, wbat the Mexican goternnicnt ' fla if!- uii. r.i , .
Gr,n.. to ma l.,..r,'a b.ad qa..ura Jpavt,wo Jo!!ara and C'ty crnta Tnmwl, ? f '.'S ' t
Tb. K. cky and Ten,e. moaMed lvm, At ndard ,,ri. So a ah the vlnXS . ?
ireiuiriita bad tot let Mauuo- i.-. nrr-d nil i-arden insile. Hot the Gn.i ..' . . . 1 ' bailie
Z i 7 . . 1 1. 1 . " SH'Mwrer, an
crnor a' iin 'j,u ouu
There r-aJ been afTrara betoera t'e if j, rcr
, li led, wounded, and miin; in hit
drd a th the meana of tilt ng down. Sto tom c, B. la wfcieb he iaci!en.
neD.t. ih-br, btca her e;V. boti11 fen Moaaell from the liter im
Unei i1. eat ia iht hot aaod, a d , area Tu ," tueceat our
aivrc to b.tch thea lor bar. S .at bid ) eagra officul dela la d 1 01 j.itify ut a
bj.U to like U-e carkoo, which i'xpretamf an opmiin. Pwlmra.lf op
dpot ua berega in ihe netw of other J P0" flea. Builer.andb I eu.g aa wa
biiJr-rbut aha lnv eotar h alwart la " Mic by He
aelart ti a ib.u of b.rda that bte bili aaomitr.non wim u.e et g.i or auper
baped like Ut ooa, lat tbea aba ia ti-S Cea. Taylor, we aete ll.eleta eaa
eurrj ker )0urgwil bate tke time k'nJ,001 "nn toaay a word ahich aball de
of fJ at aba ber!f wool I prorare. ! fro a ha hud earned fa at aa a gal
JL'nUkubocktr Mazazint. ila tolJiirand an arcomputhed affirtr.
j 111 uteui vi itrroiaso in 111 war 01 ibis
, waa alone tufficie tt wit'i ut In repel tue
, cha'f of limiJuy in hit aetere and bl -oJv
jehaiga Von the Meticao I. rre , ai.d e
itope mtitne tnicui dtapatriiea will ax
CMliitict of tlia Cincinnati AdwtLicr.
PE-JCIUPTIO.N OF MO.VTEREy.
Monrc;, ScpUuber $, 1816.
mi '
ju. array u now qmeuy ouanere.i in pnt bim fr0m eentyrafiraoneeettart
atained patemenla at thit moment mark
aaa aoout ue grauna. ao recently atrewn fl,ki lhe Uf fef lb, Uoop, UuJff t
wuh the tletd and dying. The blood-f
11 1 a w a
tm .nm r .u.nri. .dt wni.. o ue. uuer enure-
iK. frnm r.ai Mn if.- fii ! J rpfota of the teroit of ihe eapitala.
battle. I heard Gen. Duder remark V "V?'1 T0" hT ecmmtatioiier.
Ol. JoLnton. of Texaa, ihea acting !PP'1 ""C tneta, ana aaDta
bia aid, -tbat the Poal of darker wai 1 the q-lj confi.mad by I.e.. Taylor and
Doat of honor " That it 110 doubt true. Ampudia. U e beg lete 10 tuggeai thai
and, if ao. tben the wreath of honor lh PPW'. expre.teu. of ibi.
ahould not be withheld from the graree
of Uie dead and the browa of Uie Jiinjf
of thoae who participated in the ttorming
af Monterey, After a careful extipina
tioa of the ground occupied by the ene
my at the point ed" attack-1-- -mm r,
seieDce, and number of troopa, ane ia at
lonithed, not that oa many were killed,
but that agy ahould ba left to tell the ato
ry of the action.
birang'a and lamentable that the horn
ef of mtnkind ahould be profoundly be
award eti ihoat only who conduct aue-
u .1 . .r ui.m,ii i
aaanaiij u,a H' 7 "d r ra-fly qaal.fied to judge of the
. 1 " j & 1
arroceBOQt. the Itaumg rrotniooa of
all en data been to ia ably crmciad and
rondeaiDed by earUtn cartl knighlt,"
neeeitanly ignoiant of ttit eireumatancet
which io tie opinion of our gtllant anJ
aaearioiia commander aa will aa ol lit
irau ng ...jj j: .
if not ntciaaary, ia more than auffic em
to yinJicaU iia propriety, pailicularly in
the absence of any iropeacbmiot ol iu
wiadna from pertooa entnltd to reaptct.
Some oftha wiiitra from the camp, it it
true.exprete ihemtelret in terwa of airong
(Jittititlaction; but the aubaitaroa ol an
Taine, if ihe tame regiment. The iden
tic part of the expedition is tinder ihe
command of that meriiorioin oflirer, Futt
Lieut. W, II. Umroy, of ihe eorpt of To
oograpliical Engineer, ao well and ft
voruhly known for hit laborioua and t
eitrate t urveya un the Northeattern Boun
dary, and contiata of Firtt Lieut. Wata
er. "of the Engineer Corpe ; Mr. Heeler
of the Dittrict of Columbia, and Mr;
Stanley, employed at Santa Ve aa the it
tin of the expedition. The command ia
alto accompanied by Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mr.
Kobidoux, and a guide from Taot, alio
ukea with him fur hi own riding Ee
mulet, 10 diflicuH ia the route in hia esti
mation and exper ence. t
The General ttarted w ith wagnnt and
with one wagon load of pack aaddlea for
inulea, intending to park when the wag
on break down.
The Colonel report that every thing
waa tranquil at Santa Ye when he left,
(September 2?ih.) although a rery cur
rent tumor existed that the Armijo laniily
would endeavor to incite the population
to open retiatanre at aoon as General
Kearney and the regular iroopa of the
United Staler had left that pari of ihe
country. Thi report wa not believed.
however, o.-, if true, would have caused
no uneasineta.
General Kearney, by printed prolama-
lion, dated September 22, 184G, anuoun-
ciliictii t,f .Monterey eudTex Rmgert, ai;ic.ur worthy Alcalde here baa at
which reiu.lrJ. Cril, in l'i iiaieinuon tm 0cxan; le and probably gnca hint
of a Texaa Volatteer, aad thin, by way ? i,jg eti;
a . a . t
ea to fjwrtiiaw on our coca. Tu . , ; "
- " '-w oi'tif ai. all jM a-niainiaa
---nil
regi-
of revet g-, i the k l;ng tf e een Mx V. houetrr, looka upon the reply
1. ttea. ',f Gov. Morale aa aalu-fcctorv, and an-
mm .
of ihe Nashville hi
imlancboly column we
nrwfpapar. Mii.uar rrrorda mutt
p-ar in ie jnuriula r othei M net. Wlut
It ia the niot
ever taw in B
icaaa by the lOmraOe. if ire alaio,
Tailor, to prevent aiiudar ocrurrtDCti. wrr, him thi.:
1... 1 . ... ... .....1 t,. .1... 'I'l.:.:... 1 . 1 .
ii.u uiLruu .11 ruiLtfpi ruiiu ,u in wi t)i. , iiiiii!" nan nip iioniir in sp.
InbulfdjhroueU the rt y. :knoledf the irrint of the aaliafactoty 'l! , J ,V,CeI U',",,,: '
L.eut.Col.MClung w...a.idlyrecov.:llo!C ftCoy. Morulos, dated irMerdaiVf, lr.C ! I ar'"1 "f- ,f,r,.0ry
ering f.om the eff.cta ofb.t wound. Ort nbtiv J corn and mule of bunlcu. and ! ! 1 ' "V ll mrfn,e ' Wb
of the ofiVer ol bia reg imem itfrrm kr jie J:lhe honor to inform him that, for 'f .T. i 1 rP,.:,;'M1,rml' ' glare
thit the gallant CJont I was the fint n.an thecmirnceofiho w ho bring in corn. ' 11 baUlf-,lf ' ; "ie'r hearts
r -------- nn innffr firiilll.lK tu itm ..-.i
I.. 1 .1 . I .
" lert w i!l fj, w hat heart w ill bn ak, ww
cr ihe gIHinv iletelopments of the re-
that abowed lamam on tne D'ti 1 hi ttot m- i'ani ciuiy. tlie Militant of t ol. , in
jed by General Taylor', d.vi-ion, and Iforey. will receive and pay for all that ," , "l""t e touar, du
that he rt reived hit woundiwtiitw avng' i induced on iroaie, according lo the M . 1,,. r . . . ...
1 hit eword aloft aud rheer-n. i n hia men. , ,)r stipulated umm bv Gov. Moralca." ! 1 ".. 11 f r "! Loj- amrl;. announ
Lu v........ ti.. t-. k.n 1 ' r,nf 'e ifetail of ihe hatiSc. whi! 11
t IIIVVklfiBr a Himi a iiw iiiwan.i vase a - --w aaa
atitiek him onbitl.ll baud ahiUt holJii-g i f The corrr.po, Jf m ,f th NawO.leiei ., T'"1 ':uiion cr
hia cbtafd to bit lip, aud cut otTtaoofimea writia from Mjcterey on the I3.h wblt auccc. of the American
hie fiogert, glairting liom the tr.bbardJctofcer at lolloat: fnf ''f,nJ to u rp"lI' by a tone i.f
and entering bia abdomrnl. Ir.eluring a' "(J.o. Taylor aem 10 hut settle d 'J? 1, ' 'UC, ,M,,llt,e C:iAorM'
ua toune the bont above ihe hip j ondoan, U tpend the e.ghl weikt met uon- .7 "r . " 1 f l l 7llu h ' hke
We feel bound lo aUte funl er;from 1 ed in the cp tuUtion at qa.eliy at potai- 1 ,n,,'d of..f, ehaJ?1 "f lrU""Ph
e.Wence farnithtd us, ibai Gen. T.vl ble. I hire it turn talk of a pott beioe ' ," , 'f , ere w nn un'
eootoeaa and round judmeol .h ougl eubl,had at Linares, a town about one 'V, bo!M!" bul,u ! t'"' hnKXi' "'
the terriUt Ihret day waa rea.a ked hundred milea from bete, on the mad to ' , ,ll,ur, of cuquctt ant
every one atttattd. end Hist liit ii.t.r"Ttmnco:bui when. Ida nnik.,ow. li!.'""f. ,,re ",uou fcinamen ana
. - -. ' 1 ..1 . .
ly waa aucu, be brine in me thicit alto said
- . 1 r 11
Piesident of the United States, he ap
points the following named pertohs the
executive and administrative officera of
the law and government of ihe Territo
ry of New Mexico: Governor, Cliailes
lient; Secretary of the Territory, Don
Aduciano Vigil; Marshal, Iticliard Dal
lam ; United States District Attorney,
Francis I. Blair; Treaturer, Charlea
Clummer; Auditor Public Accounts, Eu
gene Lciiensdorfer; and Jo;ib Houghton,
Antonio Joie Otero, and Charlea liau
bien, Judges of the Supreme Court.
These appointments are regarded as the
r.L. ....... ..1 l .. .1..
eipenae of ihe blod of thoae who die. P'oprieiy w toe tou.se Pm.
piT... ... S eommindiTt. At all evlDt. Gen. I -y-
and will b so j lor and the efli-era by whom he was
The town it situated at the mountain' '0.terf. art rnflled lo the brnefit of
ptit which separates the plain exiending' ' x1 ,h,e-T "". ,n, ,h( '
L ,um fi.Af V M..; rL .1.. own behalf: tod w It-el wadaatorrd, that.
p9 a ia at aM wi aa - atvw at vi mv iiimi ia- . a.aa . 4 . . a ata I f
. ... 1 Mhaai eUaaa ah I liawaa folic e a tw laa il tea 1 ia Ka nttlI l-v t mila mi nf 1 1. m MSa
taiuou region, which continue until von " "r" ",r? 'v-J '''"'y:, i v"' "" ,u"" mm" ",c Ui
have atcrnded lha table-land upon which j Government Me rtt.on. by which may i ml present at Santa Fe. I (.appoint
the capital ia uaieJ. Theaa Bnuniaina acf l."e;e 'JI bu 1 men of Gov. Bent appear lo give gene-
r. . . . . . . fini.iAN mm trt 111 ttliftrl.irift .tMlitfir li.llifi. i tl iilidri.tiAii
ante will ereal ahru nines irunt Hie D Utn. -1 - . - .-. ......,..
anlike the Alleghaniat, which are ap-1 w bnP lial ,ne euu"!e' w"unZ'
pronhed only vhrough a otm.ry ioi.gh ,on torre;poi.dtai of the N. Lxpr.
aud broken. Joag behms you are at their''"01 "' " 'P'"-'? '
bate. Thair aspect it bleak and dreary El,;.n M f om,,, ll-1
ia the extreme, Tlte ascent present an ! general 1 ajlor did well m making tbe
aqgie apparently of aixiy or aeveniy de-i leVn,,",,h 'he e,ne-my "Uf l"'..re"
greet, and their crett "exhibits a sharp! J"1' of ,,he, p".l.l.on of Ampud.a. I ne
rtJge-of nearly uniform heighu except!10" f.,,fe (ha eat.)-would have been
where broken ihrough, aa tbotigh p eces, poqiittiionably tbrnbla wlut .t w.a if .lie
had broken out, leafing apertures of sev-1 fcule' h,U b""f,lll,er P"sud. The
en hundred far t, with perpendicular sides,5 Mexican would hi, autlend oio; but
hrnuS whmii xih.p r.a I. ,i;...Pm-! '''eh whoUial carnage ai oidd hive
...
fittsst, that his escape was det m$ft,rt
culous. , lie still pretervtt the a a n
hia f.alinaa. and aland tenia In otere
. a-' - .--.v m
bit Govemmeiit may order
teivicea, af bia countty
whether at ihe bead ol
, - ... ,..v VIVVM aa tiiwiiiirii aj
friends. Richmond RrpuUitan.
mm, mm.- m .11 t) . a , a
! aivu aaaiiu aa aiiaaia waraia naa aaikKi iiiari
, . v. ....viouru ail
he fight, and alalia where the bV" Kincootdt. about forty milti from here.
on the S.Itillo road. I hae good mam j
tooeiieve UoeriI I at lor and other cfT
crrt lit It in cotnaiariil. anJ in th r.
rr bin?" '.denceof Ihe 1'iCtidenl. data m
B,,. .I.htm. Wathmgton slroiiglv advitina no fi.nl erlcw 'nTl Election, the Whiirs carried
m - t la.nl !- . w - - ,1,. ...... . .-
nve ". t auvanre into me interior on i .a li;,a. ,J,c oy an immense popular maiori-
i -I'l i .. . iv ,n,t . . .i.... ' . ,.
n I ......... nn i . aalVSa.: 1 ."Jl'""" " " '
. mmj -tiwprviuw I
inn the llOt Of mountain, an.l . .1..:... AtgTOt
- " i1IV:
alia. Deisehed hills seem to tise occa-
ensuad f om a ronlmuanre of the filil
aionaly likl an excrescence from the .u,a D,,e "tn. ne awt' fotsiui sa
plain, and manr of them
On one of these alanJs th
ll eiitniB.nJinr tS Men anil nl
imlas. It ia a-i-aaihla. it in.P. from ! lt nl'1 have o be fed, nd he had not
the east, with gentle Mcent. but at you th P,i,0B 10 f"d :hem ' h' Ti,ey
look west fro the heights immediately i oul',1 Un W,,e u be r,,,c,tl underteeme
bevond il. ihe head row dizxr. and on'e : u,", in'1 had n'Jl """trcal lorce
ar '
cence irom me' . , .--" ; ,! : .
of graal height. ttafaelion, uen. I aj lor woiild nae found
he Bishop's Cat- j more P',l,ner 'n nd bout his ctmp th-n
:n and plain for ! be n tolditr in his own army. Thene,
tinaccotloiBd fo hih places as I am
shrink infoluntarily back from the pre
cipice, and instinctively seeks a turer foot
lug andeflimer grasp upon the thorny
ehaparrel aurrounding him. Tliie castle.
nn ttanar. a.. l.Ltn ku f).n Wnrili '
How it wat dons I cannot cnmpiehen I,
to guard them. 'Then, it t o, lie cotihl
only have found himself in secure pn
teuton of the otv, wh.cli waa ihe great
p'jsel of the baitje.
Richmond Jt'ltig.
Col. KuflT reports Col. Price, of ihe
2d reeimcnl ol Missouri volunteers, at
the old Pecos village, one day's march
(thirty miles) from Santa Fe, on the morn
ing of ihe 28th September.
The iroop left in Santa Fe and vicin
ity are Major M.' Lewis Clark's battal
ion of horse attillery and a part of Col.
Price'a regiment, together will, Capt. An
gney'a and Caplaia Murphy' companies
of infantry.
Col. Doniphan' regiment had obtain
ed permission of Gen Kearney to march
to Chihuahua, and efleci there a junction
with Gen. Wool, of th United State
army. Indeed, such a movement was
necessary, as, ow ing to some mismanage
Lieut, frits, lot dettha bevn
looouoced, ia alive and now aStw Or
leaos. We are gra'ined to be ib!e btaie thai
the duels which were nn the lis at Ca
mrgo between Col. Bade R ton and
Geo. M.uball, and alio btu Ci)t.
Wa m a. ... I.
uon. oi Lrfutioa, and Lapt'l;, evet
ol ibe Text iolunteits, havlil tetol
amicably arranged. I '
Col. Wm. S. Fiteher. enrpnV dar of
ihe" ill-fated Mierexped tion."adCrt
rnnk S Eaily, ofih Wshingin Tex
as volunteers, and hero of Moutei-, died
m iia.vrston on the 26 li matam.
Gin. Ampudia I at isued anoihrr pin
elamaiion since hitietteatfron. M-'itsiey,
calling upon the Mexieai a lo fioi k to hia
standard to repel the iovadert of tl.eirj
toil. His cxcuie, in the proclamatiop,
for a defeat at Monterey and the surren
der ol that city 10 our troopa, is a want
of ammur.iiiou ! The utter falsity of this
aiaiercent is well known, for any quantity
of ammumti m waa found at Monterey al
ter the capitulation.
Fact n. Assertion. Tl.c Standard
has been sm uiin for some time, that tlte
Whig and Aholitionifts of the North have
lonneil a le;irtie of Union. In the late
upstion of tin- v "ivv voieu uown by a still
J-vsntriTn Vir a.?inMlv . 'oninnsition In
ill al. a.-! .
It trots io twr
--wanM. a . a a. .. . " "wwiu li'
Sart aons ireie y iroportsut olaca aemaa Pla"t ow "' hav hanncnl if
I to the Gulfnf Cltforma; there lo told on ' lhe vhi& rc Abolitionist
and iubtf our force at well at postible
on the cuiiiri, and Ut the Mencana
come to ft hi ua. if ibvir Government will
n t makipsice."
Arrival of the Britannia.
16 Duyt luttr from I'.uropt.
The deplorable condition of Ireland cn
groie publ c attention in the llritiah isl-
Thehrretppndenl of the Picayune
titattblhe resciton which ha ukrn
a w-a a saw tiailti;
,,tac ift he army, upon tel ling down J over that unfortunate
a aa-a m
ami. I he Limine continues in ...,!
country. Diteaie
qateiiyjier o nacii It.igac a..d txcat- f the most maliiuiaiii ivn... Ln M
,..! i Caliv n.infi.l ...... .rr.... .... v -
From the Matamoroa Flip.
After the capitulation, Gov. Morales
had a conversation with (en. Tavlor, and
me to tlie Imrrora of i .n..,. 'ft..
Tft ire few here fsvs he whose nnnwes of thi Oupk. .r ....it...
heiris,' not ache to leeiheir home and, stoter, have hern consummated without
familf T.e uneertau.iy thai pevailsi producine any more aeriou etTecU on po
withSard lo tde luto-e esuss much , lineal affairs than protests from England,
uneat. Y bai is ti be done nex.f, and Irom one in two other European pow
Wl.oniCoveinn.er.t iloi,ew,t,,hat er. against the alliance with France,
of Meal I ihe war er.did? Knowing which are intended to form the basis of
noirf of what ta piism; at home, we j future interventions, ahould occasion re
can. Jdge by what we see and hear, quire.
ar. Judging from piesent ap-( .The ttrntt tordialt between France
pares, the ais.it and l.mge.t.igl,udi and England is at an end. Henceforth
u,.. U. C.. ..a., amiau ai uia coi.vtc the two powers will move independently
1 Mr -.-w nap viii.
inent, provision were very scarce, tbe ar-
rominf need, i oi eacn oilier. Iram-a in in. Sn.!,. hi.
1tir an in .rti.i. u .ik ... rr . . . ..
f , " a view to me re-conquet of the Spanish
taund tiperience. a dy or iwo a nee,' America.. There is some anxietv vet
ip..wru u c a iMier in. i ne ,u.. in I if n. ii. . ..f
u.c4ucm voi. tt lining, quarter mas- w i-miu which conumed Im Urilam. The noble vel U i 11 !..
lor a. .mr-A n, 1. 1..-. I .!. C..1I inBn ...... r. ... 1. 1 . It.. . ... . ' V - - r. l! ri' II JIM'l C,
.v. e.w..., ai.v..c,DCU ,umnV,njr ,,olP ......... vu ,v ru.jrci. m, iriiiarK: aiinougli every ettorl has been made
... nit v.iMi mur wiiu rcicreiice to ue suu-, i rri as a nation ao much move her. It
jocts ot that conversation : .xaen as our in regard la thai of Met
"Oen. J ay tor orders me to address f wuari in reipuci it n m,,.
r - -
Power of Gentleness. Whoever un-
alikoogh lhe m)Jui eperandi has been 1 ilerstandu his own interests, and is plas-
explai;ied to me half a dozen times by jed with the beautiful rather than the c!c
Ihose who participated in the battle. One ! formed, will be careful to cherish the vir
wo jld think it an effectual resistance, pro- j tue of gentleness. It requires but a s-light
perly measured against one body as well t knowledge of human nature to convince
a another, totally regardless of numbers us, that much of our happiness in life must
or courage, in lad, no one doubts that : depend upon tue cultivation of tins virtue. ! the Tropic
vnnr IYpMif.rini .1 rrn trnrtmta cult?..... Inlliirrffa. l'ha nn.iiJ. ... I L.
my beinf ob rgad to auhsiat fionn Ucnt'a reference to the ronveat.n..-.a.l i.l.re an abundant sor'nlv r
bort (tome tin. in July) up to the last of you lha olhcr morni vUm vishi u ... 0r battle. Wnl, them irro-e -hen
Septemher. without ...p, r coffee, and ra . M. 0w , , . J e ftn
on half ra ton of floor (ground wheat.) He l1esir8 particllI;ir ,. w,j- ,bho.rence. and ha. a.tad 3 ,a.
It wa, Hit universal fael.ef at Santa Fe on!er ,hc iniabita,;i(l of Uli- lm.e dM.rmmed ,ea.i,nr. ,g ", ,
that Gen Wool would me,! with no re j flirnish nmI,s for blir(lt,n . hf4,, of A ,,MP,K ,
tttaitea at Ch.hualma. Constant com- anJ Ca T, fc , f Mot fc
intlniralioil was hd between tie traders' i ... . . b . . ........ .. . " l"'r
..... ... - . koou iiumtier now cmninvmi. vet m.i'nrr rinr
(MiiliM'th..!! in(l ll.o lr.l... " . .
t f the Great
lo ra
ts ihotiuht she will not ins
tall, rmit li more damage than the already
has.
Flout is in dem:inil in Liverpool at an
adiance of one shilling since ihe lst
steamer. Cotton advanced I farthing.
Grain is rapidly advancing in all the Eu
ropean ports.
Mr. IJrancrort the new minister, had
arrived in London,
Money market depressed, in anticipa
n of bullion beinir shipped to Amcri-
re iibout to open their ports lor
Iht troopi who have lal-;cn the toon could! Gentleness will as ist its possessor in all
defend it against a myriad of men. Gen. j his lawful undertakings; it will often
Taylor, ia conversation with me, said he ' make hitn ueccisful when nothing else
had nn hesitation in pronouncing it the could. It is exceedingly lovely and at
strongest position on the continent, ejteept j tractive in its appearance; it wins the
Qnebee. By the by, a word aboul the! hearts of all; it is even stronger than ar
eapttuUtion. The bearer ot lhe (Jag of' gnmcnt, and often prevails "when thaX
truee proposed a surrender of the town
allowing them to remove all the public
property : t.en. Taylor asked n uncon
ditional surrender of every thing: quite
a diflVrpnee. They had from 8 to I? o'
clock t answer At 12 they tent for
Gen. Taylor. A,f!pf exhausting his ps
lience with diplomacy, and Ampudia had
declared he was no way straitent-d to t-uh-i
rotation, Gen. Taylor said : ".Sir, hold 1 shine, when aH around him are, like ma
yxHX town, yourself, aud our army maniacs, theaport of theirswn parsiona.
ron iiiis piace onwanf, lion
n. n.. .. - a a
j - t , " lu'iner in tin ca.
. L,v, , V T me narticulaily 'heir W,e . it is reported that the British govern
Sav to Vn.'l Kcpellnnnv il.-.i .. ... 11 SrniV. nulla im ,r 1 . ' .
i L'rvn vnnw tuv vpit nr wam ' ' ... ... ...... JV - ' iiiiunui..Fers njett
. , lK0M hhXr WF A, quest or command the inhabitants to b heiie, ds.s of s'.ldi;n. -Si f,r t crai
The art of the a tea in, I'i!...!!.. an in ihni. nnm ....I . .- .1. . . " t,t,tm,J. .... j. ....... . , . o
- - .-....-- 1 ... .....n iuiii auti 7S(MfC 1110 saillC ' nr iuiu ;.m I'llllrtlt thdir inn,,. 1
ew (Means puts us in otettion of i considerable amount in this city. but doi.e it a nn-ire, y ilifenma ih'
the anttiiinei! ii.lellioeiiea fr...n it. t?.n! nns.D.. .1... .1.: .1 1 1 . . t r.i.1 ..ir, .. .1... ... ... r
, 1 , nw.vooij uini mis com snouiu oe ore '-v.,, un a n..usiiij tneir a
v.ranue, wnicu w a copy principally nom in. and it must he. bv vniie R violins : Placed under tl.a l
----- I ' J J V1IV ....
i.rilAra ai
would be powerless and iiierectiial ; it
shows that a man can put a bridle upon
his passions ; that he is above the ignoble
vulgar, whose characteristic is to storm
and rage like the troubled ocean, at every
little adversity and disappointment that
crosses their path. It shows that he can
soar away in the bright atmosphere of
rood feelinir, and live in a continual sun-
The steamthip Mclvim srrie I al Gal-
.pi .... ..
j ne ciidiera appears to be making Us
way si Mvly hut anrely towards Europe,
'mv l ibe in vev nearly its former track. llvin
'lection of vniiH... - Avli.-...iA.t iitfutf ... tt.A nn:..t .
h,, ! IV a. t.' mar amhit !..... u 7 I,-. ---" y ,' 'i 01 rersia.
1; : '.J ".; .' ''"Ul"c" .v ! ..,,""' sno more sc-iit not only extendi tsef north and west
, first means, it wi he n:n fnrntihiic eouitdiihed General 1.. r... i .
...to. oo ,h. 23J itltimo from Bra,- S . ! price the Moxicari governmcnt a.i if; .he war beingonde,. nm' S ZlTT TeZt
I.go. having sustained torae damage in by the second, the owners mv!to '!. Our n o-iti , .. Vt .' C : . . L : i. ... V V i cheran. its
..i 1 .u: . . -r . .. . i'-' "o iwiiiwi iwirm ti inree nun-
vnrw si uamrr. 180 miles di.t.i.i. musl' dred a day for several d:,v.
SlOnrii M lhi, nl. 'Pi... i. ' . i
, ,,,, iiii criiii-. MriTirnnvn I...J
I'..... l . . riiiuu it
Klll linill II nuns. ' lha mi.-, i ..I a I.I.
h r m..nn.rk I i.r. ....... . I...
imi muir own government lor redress!
.attat ftt I l.niain . ..... ..f i tr .. i ... . ,
....... . . u.jiini.i. aj i ou win pieasc to inform mc "
Mississippi sn.l Texas volunurrt. Col. ( ly, (we wis, a ,peC(lv , j t,e
Bdis Peyton. Gen. A, S. Johnson, Mr. ' current nrienn of ifanni.Hi- Lmln
i a . t - .
Kendall, of ihe rcavou. ami a hre
number of d.schtrged vofuntesrs, making
about 300 in all. Tne stealer Fl "da.
btmnd for New Orleans, put into Galves
ton an the 24 h.She'had one hundred
and six'y ducharged volunteer oa board,
and put in for supplies of water and p o
Viion.
There it little new from Iht rmy.
Thing were in ttalu quo at the last ae.
count. Gen. Taylor wa in trioquil
transnn
a...-,. .
ioaa irom Hamargo to thia
prices which iho Mexican jr'Viont
have been paying for corn ar sca
son." ptf
To this nolo of Col. v Gov.
Morales replies as follows 5 .
"fetnee this government hr V'
sure ot conrerrtng with Gon lor uf
lias no protection.
.iiii-jriiig n. ar 2.500. , 1,4.1,
.1 . in.. . . . .
city1 ! "r "". no, 11 .hey choose
iraint must be cut liff.
a rich I
no US as
lo act, our
AlitioOsb this is
l ev, 11 supplies art luaiUnuate
i witiii, exei t m beef, for
lengui o iime. Our
any
armv. or fie effac.
te part otf, i ion ilfminutive to meet a
S'rf.iirtfn.A. f. :. ? 1. . l :
.w v, i ia we.K, pnyiica y, f,r
ll has now been in cinpaiiM over ifiiriaan
asatn
A levnluiion broke
out in Genoi, on the 3d ol Ociober, in
consequent. f ,,e rHu(l oflh. c,)linc,
'fSlile to vnt fnnl. :nnl .1...
- - 0111 iitiuiiMrotii at'-
of the League of the Catholic
mi a rvniil'.r h.llta
...... . '
orii
o vanvua auojecis 01 imp y ' "toi, u 1 11 acmtv rioihir g and much
have taken. due measure i'fnnplish hardship and expasiire. Th yolqnteaia
your desires, relative (0 the' halation are numerous, btt, with tbe exception ol
S'lltlll in
tai.ton. There
ween the goteiiuiieril troops atd the
inurg,.ntsin which, after a slurp con-
I'ni-ie government troops were defeated
4 all points, fll, into cnn'iMton, and sur
renderrd. Tli Conned of S;t irr me
diately resigned, and the insurgents r
gmi2ed a provisiooi.1 Government.

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