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We ia teUom be-1- t jrer-M&t the btor rv oce- aW- lhaa h tcgdee fnea4 eiLiktr- ,h rHUm eon- TU kka that a rnaa become a tmw tut Jay. ahar8- " WiiU Werdi."by aimpSy expewaio Ma i;probauo IV ;-ft. areedter lbirtY Tears' of measures, some durractkl and others 'Iter aye, Vori ia- eTO aa4tgao Wu Cnea4 by ao cWuirJ rjMrii, bat wa of rather a j ia barters tare, while Worth was of' vi'L a fial eve aad tf&n$ !i-poiUoa, dsn nr., holy to ba nboicJ by vuljir pm. Wo tt o rttlfn ftofit raaj bm a lude aO-silf-at. nJ inL whSc nt "Mi Ivd."iB K!it err leceod? iher wereoo (dioaal taiaiiuat 4 beWea, the pro- " . . While ihoa ewnhwed. a rrcrui:in Srr- ceat, foe k O'y Pt of the lae war with Cngfutd. pnraJed the atreeu of HnUon dramBML op 0nf jreao ral" M fijjht foe free trade and aHor'a gi'hu." Enoojh bad uanplred a!rea!y to too t to ih bigheit p'tcb aU Worth's reartU! ardur, f4 o oJ thocifht be bec&;t soldier. Worth's anera'rr. our friend it&rmce' tis. were frma Mrd Vineyard. Mas aa.hun?a. a proud bold stock, of high ao-1 snrue h-.t amtor raue beanos. Some of the familr had intermarried with Uie n S!f and b'raiea of the Indians of New , &hnJ, thns cniting the best blood of: t bijrgtnr ana h tue ptimtuve acvjtnnmpti anoae startling notes are now a- tl?rs of Use Old Bay State. Vorvll,wl.enwatcninJtolhrirlerctostllealrli5!lt., young, to aU the eiu-rgetl and free-born nature of the Amcrirao, added the jroamimr. resderc. warrior disposition of the red man of the forest. ith a broad forehead, high check bones, piercinf eye. stout athlftie frame, qui. k, warm bluod, andabrae and feailess heart the war offered tlie opportunity to taakeof such a Material a yaiiiaW sol iter sod a succfssjfu) ptleer. W orth had been garrisoned wr some month at . where the misconduct of fellow soldier ftt bin) utf tj;a fjrt round of Uie ladJer. Worth waa a km. ter then, as now, to soldier in distress, and eneouraged (as fellow, after he had been made known the penal;j- of hi con duct, Iq make' to iit'e commanding officer A representation of the anait in writing, fie plead --d bia iffnoranre and want of skill in writing, and the prohahility of fail ure. Here, give me a pen," said n orth, a . a m anj j!) a tew minutes, vwuta pa, in a clear ooid hand and unassuming mai)ncr, a few lines vindicating the soldier in strong terms, and presenting his rase in a view cot entertained before. The soldier resented it to his officer : Did you wlwte this!' was quickly asked, and answered i.i the negative. ."Who did J" "Private "Vorth, sir.'? f Send Private Worth to lae." In a few minutes Worth present ed himself with the same rather Muster Jul and consequential air that usually! marked bis bearing; an with a prompt " At your service, sir.'-' Did you ii rjte tUis!" l did, sir,'' short and quick. Sundry questions were asked as tq his for mer occupation, object in catering the ar my, dec., which were answered in the snuio positive and reckless tone, and Worth was dismissed with M Come to my .aarquee. There' was so little that was ."hcouraein? in the Commander's tone. i!)at Worth was totally unconscious of the jood fortune in' store for him, when he 'r fs jf v;u,f', v1"5 j I " I want you for my private sec-, .. I rr rt- ni9 ami iKaa t IK n uuteryed kI)i i Oalnvt 9f I ituij . ... . . fhis was cnoiigh for W orth. II is sc- tive, resolute, and uctermineu manner. and commanding appearance, struck the erutiuizing eye of tien. Scott when they tiret met, who forthwith selected him'as Ins Aid. Opportunity soon occurred, and ' ii the early part of the battle of LnndyV 1 -tne, while charging bravelj upon the! can, )orUi RU, it was supposed, artady wounded. Io oqe who has er rs'ad tlie history of that battle al : , jit unparalleled in the severity of the latest, the obstinacy with which the vete rans of England maintained their ground, hd Uie irrepressible ardor which marked cry 'charge of the Jericans, in the face - bayonets arid cannon can" fail to ap ; .ccisle the intrepidity and gallant bear of Worth on that occasion. When K: fell, two' of hs solrlier. attempted' to ar liiin from the field, when a ball struck im. j of theiq, scattering his brains ovej A ' rth and his' companion, he other icd him in his armsj and earned htm ". .. n th 3 reach of the enemy. His friends i.i-'-uraeJ bim as dead, and months claps t .forc his WQunds had so far healed as enable him to return to the service. jVe have not time to follow him through i uiious" successes anil promotion, and jilant and distinguished conduct in . londa war. 1 lie part he acted in i t,ro million bill. prohibit;,, ,)e exis.pi.re upj-ure of Monterey was bold delibe-'of Shiveiv in every tenitory aeqnired by .nde.uine:.?ly successful. 1 hey un-j ,IC United Statei from Mexico, by treaty -cd hi military talents, who suppos- nx other-rue! Yes, it wa David Wilmo.. comtueudahiQ determination to add ,ft oU,j aye upon a propoaiiioii that hi. :i to his name, to alone for lusui)rgr:jtwenyHhree colleagties. thirteen of thein absence from i she larmy on the me. hln p.diiieal rriends, voted ag.inst: vM, ;.le 8th and 9th of May would urge ,e ii waf, that offered Ihe antWavery' a- leadstronz into fiirhu heedless nf his i . 4' :i life or life lives of his men. Worth il ways bold, intrepid, sometimes reck- Ust of concqtjerces when duty prompt t i ; but calm and collected, when he knew i cess hung upon cool, deliberate and de- t:i,e action. His Government has re . ir hd hji tpartff by steady promotion, !.;: lis countrymen, with one voice, have ' 'stowed honpr ypoi whorq honor is 1 ' The wisest act of the President. .:.s whole conduct of the war, was that M rruscd Worth's proflered resigna iiisa. and restated him to the Army and .... j. .(lglt. r, xn tlie t'olumbut (G-w-i,) Eaqoirer. Mexica war, intended at first to unu me ijiniqisiraiion n halo of likely to hang around iu neck .iill-slone, draeiojr down deeper more deep, if possible, it) th :ea of i cur uplift, li W ia tuU f L - . It i at tbe Lndt of o greet avd wMOmrcU l wtw. V b-at a helping haw! to far- aoga. TU glory Uiorg lad.e ViX lit 'rata fNiJralH injurious to the beat interest of roue- try, i and Muyewlat rkb. It may be that the rttidat and the Party ia peaer deem themeL.e to nntd to bo loocbfel ith saw acted band, and too -j waluUnoLhirr tooule thensrltea oaivetw muj popular wikwnun uuiic jvuiikm t!uulJ coiocule withUieir. Is ihia.how ever, the Admiuif Uaiinn ia ainpilarly mo IiHtuaite. The people baveweigited,aud are now veigliing, iu meacurta in the tub- a ace. One by one the Slatr of the IV Um are rendering their rondemnatory rcr- diet ogaiiitt ita pdicy. its prior iplea. and ua practirea. e uk no more, la tlie gtorioua eonteat Ui redeem the Gorera-i ment and rave unharaied lie interests v( tlie people, are have ntsrt-hrd farn'ard, eustainej by t!e approval nf our partv as etf tak-a, and cheered by Ute liopea thai ed Democracy of the Und. At surk a time' it is unreasonable to cancel that we would turn aside from our liili purpose to wage : a newspaper war, when nothing ie in vlr. ! ed but ie question of our individual pat riotism, -The fame would not be worth the jcandJe. What we have said in refer enee to this Mexican war must stand or utl. It has been uttered, we know, in the faee of power, but will stand recorded as jut and true,' when tht power shaU ba ve perwnea and passed away. The DUemma. The Washington cor- reeponuent pf the Ualtimore I'atnot arritef aa fojlows in relation to a subject deeply interesting to the American peojde: M Can any one tell how ottr Govern ment is to get out of the war with Mexico ! It is an eay matter for an ambiiioue, weak or unwise President to get the country into a war, even without the aid of Con gress, although the Constitution prohibits tne act, but to get it out of a war when once iji not the most feasible task in the world!' Will we consent to a treaty of peace and amity with Mexico, after who) has happened, without a lwe of her territory t And supposing she yields as much territory as we agree to be satisfied with, will that end the matter? Will there be no strife, no contention after that f Let the treaty be made and signed and sent to the Senate, it must nwiva iho annro. batton of two-thirds of that bodr, or it will U k dead letter, blown to the w'inds. made nn'l ami until I Will tvn.l,;1 f ienato' vole for it, unless there shall be in it a clause prohibiting the existence of sla very in the newly acquired territory ! On (he other hand, will two thirds of the Se nate vote for the treaty if it don contain a clause of such a prohibitory nature? It a well enough to took this whole matter full in thft face, and for every lover nf his country and the orosreritv of this elntmu. I . . .1 I a t" oiii snocKingiy amiseu union. toasK him elf what danger this war whh Mcxi.-o ii f a S a. a aa irauniwnn: u it snail result in the cis- solution of the Unionwhich Heaven for- n?ini!Atl.:.1t L i i . i bid I let him who brought it on be over- whelmed with the terrible responsibility 1 of the act !'; j j That "Chap." There is no little joy , anu coii'i.miioii anion the Iocoloco pa-! per, because David Wilinot, a member ; or tonjres from Pennylvania, was not! defeated at the late election in that Stale. Much pleasure i manifested at his re-election. And, why so T i probably the response of the reader. We do not know that we can give 'the correct solution to the problem; so we will not undertake the task : but there is an item or two in the history of David which we will note. They are these : Out of twenty four mem? bers of Congress, from Pennsylvania. fourteen Locofocos.and ten Whigs, David Wilirv.l H the nnlv on u-lin liail iha bohliiess to go againn American industry and enterprise by voting for the British Tariff of 1819. This may be the, or one, reason why there is so much crowing over his re.-eleciion. But this is not the only bojd deed of daring,'-' that David was capable of performing during the Ut scmioii of Congress. He it was, ihe very t " rliap, the t ennca " il'miicriiic .... hoc. that mnvfl 1K0 unuiJmuiii 11 ,1.. inendmetit to the two million bill, the sub stance of which is given shove,' and which was utained by the II oil e of Represen tative, where the Icofocos have a majo rity of between sixty and seventy ! As Nathan said to David in inlden limes, so say we to David Wilmoi Thou art (ho man." And if Southern Locofocos a " mi can particularly crow over his re-election, ihey ought to stop throwing up abortion to the Whigs hat? certain. Sointrville Reporter. Horn of the Economy of the Ad ministration. A late number of the GalvesJon News (Loco) has the rollow lgf We 0ffIand. from O-nml anttmritv ma. trt. juaniiues oi corn shipped froniHrore and other places, for th use of Gen. yool army, cost the gov ernment wjjen delirered at Sau Antonio, 0t !3Ji t.a II fertVtSe Am.i a aWe$nce of f f T. V aiua iurtaace $ ICO avie4 J"h 'V da gUdiy bsre V M ! f b-bL Pr inUnuat. who m Us rommoa fHje ea it iarn t i cent per bauUL Tbis kind of economy feesi a atrikieg aaaWgy la the l.ts nd efertiw ef gnverxsmeai raursfter. a bo b them et tb government from 1159 to 1 1T3 each wtca ilfliversd, a Ll amirs, f"l!j roJ. foubj bo baj ia TfX at trwa $Zi to f 40 each. l!t o aappoaa .t i . r ti if Jo tfce favored few QuitymiJ janimuarMUKii tm Fiar of Matataorae bandies the auulera withonl gtot ea. Wo lilo that paper it l boneat. lourpenrient ood leaneaa I rota 4 wo rao learn, fleeciaf lite govrmaent the order of the day. and baa been re dared to a yiifin. Wo com am J iht ti the Secretary of Wii a lu Wr mtctim. i'rora ibe Xw Otkana rkavacr. Kery battle thfct ha been foagltt, from the briUiant feats onoa Uie Ilio lirande to the aiifinarv aff-ir at Idooten-y. lias been l.iietf ny the annwunreinrBi mai the Mesieans would ni4 oiaLe auother sund ahinM our troops. Even before the commencement cf Jiosiil.lirs. rre yet a suilf suukrt had been uisehargru, the ame thin; was aaid of the encuiy, and tiflierrs of arknowhdged braery. who wire anown to i aril lr an ppportunify to i!jijnguih ihrmrlvra Upon stricken arid, jrft the seat of war but a litde while before iha engagements of the 8th and Oth nf May, in despair of there bring a shock of arms to diversify the monotony tf earnrt duty. 1 he Mexicans, bowev er, have disappointed all these expecta tions. At Palo Alio, at Reeaca, it Morw teiey, st AUsrado and at Tabasco they have evinced a spirit of which they were not sufpcrled, and in no instance hive they fled the battle before tiny were whelmed by (he superior piowess and discipline of our forces. We luve heard it repeated of late that there would be no more fighting. It is impossible to discover any basis lor such a conjecture. The conduct of ihe sol diery at Tabasco, the behaviour of the troops st Alvarado, no lesa than at the battles of the Rio Grande and the despe rate struggle at Monterey, eive evidence of anything else thsn a speedy cessation of hostilities. I he people throughout Mex ico cherish a hatred of the Americans that will scarcely permit thir rulers to cflei peace, if they were disposed lo do so. And the recent shipment of letters ef marque to Havana, accompanied by nat uralization papers and offers nf extraordi nary piittleges to ail who will sad under them, is token ot a protracted and deter mined contest. The Spnnih Government will ararcely permit letter of marque to be fitted out at any of its principal ports; neverthe less vessels ready for enterprises of this natnre may be got to sea from some of the inferior and obeure harbors of the Gulf. A Government would scarcely begin the business of privateering if it desired peace, as this sort of warfare i ihe most irrita ting of all the modes of harassing and annoying an enemy. The indications are therefore that the war i to be continued, that other and bloody battle are yet to be fought, and thai the Mexicans will have to bo made lo feel more of ihe sharpness of war and lesa of ihe forbearance of magnanimity man tney nave yet done be f-re they come to terms. OUR NEW BRETHREN'. Annexation goes on swimmingly a mong our neighbor's provinces on the west of the continent. We thrash and conquer like wildfire, an appropriate ter ritory, people and all. with a celerity that woujd have astonished JiiMhs C?sar in his palrt iest days. New Mexico and Ca lifornia,' quite to the Pacifie ocean, and just as far south as we choe to apply the Democratic earring knife, creeled into Territories or the Uniteil States, and Go vernors, Secretaries, Marshals, Attor ney, Judges. &e., installed in office, on the mere ipte dixit of Jimes ft. Polk ! Well hath he been called, in the poetic language of the book with the ya'jerkiv er, " bnndy Jim of Tenncee " '' Without saying "by your leave" to the peutde of ihe Uni ed Su-e, fand of ...... - .. :.!.....- . i c .r . course without a word of asvenl from the people of the Mexican Republic.) the free uegroea, mulat'toes, Indian, degenerate Spaniard, half-breeds, qtianer-breed, and no breed at all, and mongrel of all de scriptions, in those distant region; all pro fessing Ihe faith of Holy Mother Church al Rome ; without pirly, without intelli gence, and not half civilized ; deceptive, ctuel, treacherous in their nature,-all, all, at one sweep pf the new besom of Annexation, are made American citizens of. "Cffisar wills it!" What a lovely set of Fellow Cilizenf and Brethren in the Faith we have gol I How the American patriot's heart rptjsl expand, and throb with joyous emotion, on contemplating this vast and varied se cession o the republican citizenship of nis oeiovru country r And how specially obliged lo oor Pie sident must those' new people feel, who are kindly ermitted to stay at their own homes and by their firesides, on condition of swearing treason lo the institutions of their falhersl Our magnsnimoii" President annex es and organizes new Territories of ihe United Siates, without assistance from, or consulting with, the constituted represen tative authorities of ihe country. He stops not a moment to look for authority ii fiat scut j J aUratuat of Cefld' tieairy liaaof, oeo toon a as tie lTwfu !. A4to: lias aa ortgtaai uiaa -a, ef. ..; ui eVr;aes ta M rnarartrr, ibo jOrtar, bo k!aaea, and the Satpaoo. idj OS now, ia, thai li i!td not create oot ef the nrvlf oooqoefeJ foaatry tribotarjr frottoree, a rprvBj tLe unpen! reao ry oitbal! oad brtog oa tm who lutj Kiprheroe, to if tt ia lb g'adiUial are na, and delight ll populate, aa perl i aef sub rvoqaefftl Hut ia bia tralf iornuuUe oiadosi be has aeen fit to create lis cooquetu into Territories of tbe United Stages, aitb the seal lortas. aaa art suppose tf coete. the eseal rights permitted to sufh Hb-, lUhaetits. W e snsy aooa see then rp.; reseated ia Mil Congress by some emsarareoI fr;n 150 tl.y Riracberoe or dingy bslf-bierds war thy eooipeeta ff tbe Democracy svf tie House! Crwrnthnrngk rtfiJ. Frota iha New Vtk ContWr Utftunlj. f ii? LONI OF THE ATLANTIC The saotaiag boat ftota U Mta brmis ! about twa uclcvk. P. 3I-.caie iio e-a- fuUardbeaiwsadmgpariiralarsof ibeb ss'trt with the stessaeeat Mna. btid ep ol tbe i wble strainer Ailate( anh abuet tl.e livrr. sbo.ttvf a mdes below Nsfb- ftuty lie I SI Nu lie I fa A Ufa's Pwiat for t'.i city ail-outs, aed by the viobaee ol tbe vbo-k nh.'.l past 1? eYbwk ea Ti ridv brke the roaaeaioa pipe ol the Ilsiia. aiainiaf, with between ?0 aad 80 nerscis en bosrd, as at arty as e.n be s-reruinril. iocbjdiaf pasiBers,rrew,sriais.A:r. and hJ iattr tll aader iy a bea lte stcira chest esi.tnJsd ahd the aind at the' am tiiae shifted to the noith-wei sod; blew almost a Imriiesae, Maey peisous ere sealded ar-d the air ieondtd with ibejren. C.pum Dustaa immedis rr eslltd all bti.il. lo the lot wnl deck and otdred them in heave over iheir nehvr. ' but the violenct of ihe g'l and the tes,! .e tes,! bow. gt i ll bey,' Licit bioke consisBilv ovrr th tendered it th i.bor ol aa boi r to tt i thieeou'. Th atesater worked bet plunging her boas under st eeiy lucn sad drtgging .er snchor. Hetceo the lime ol ancborieg and diybglu she hd drijjed her anchors aSout elevin milts. Tlie fiies were put out at d) light, ill, pt'trr-rrrt and crew siitTeied great'y from j ll. it. lan lw f ,1 m ..t.t . ilia jtl.lt ' mtns i f kcepins warm w.s b wrspiiig iheaelve iubli.ki and ws'kiug brisk- S vice in the Mexican war until the Gov' safe aiirhmafe. Dclvr Armt-r nt f ly about the bo.t. 'crnnient found itoclf in a strait. The aidy conti s of his wile abdfiiecbildr. All began to look to iheir own pettnnd Gpvemment is in a strait, and Gen. rVott the cldrtliigl.t-eayrl ag. the jeun( stftty, put on the bff-p trer and ' has been called upon for aid. It i the est aa inf.m. Dr. Arnistroi. wttretvrr pired ihemrlveforany nnerrenry. The opinion of military men, and among oth ing Irom hi monthly i-M to Itoiton, m (loon, thu irr. settees, 4e. d crsof Gen. Taylor himself, that the whole attend the ineeio g nl th Piuifcnual Cos- lachJncHi twar,frrriiiliifttho-e of the Monterey demonstration, from lie, mitlee of the Uosid. upon, whenever she should ttr ke. The ; ginning to end, was wrong ; that no bene j Journal J Commerce. g-lt incrrating in violence. Ctpt. Iks an I fit, corresponding with its cost in life ami ! ....... ., oideied about forty toi a o aol H b ( treasure, ha been obtained ; that the origi-j Tlie Randolph Slave, some 400 in hrown-overboad, ia nrdr Ij lighten tie . nal design of pushing General Taylor for- numlicr, who were prevented by the mod Veel. ward to San Luis, hv thia route, was utter, from setilinu-on tlmir own Inmi. in rili... About noon oa Thursday, ihe smoke piprs, which were very large and betvy, were ordereJ lo be thioan ovibaid. Tbi was done, the Ct,in atsisting, and the etetnr wts eased fur a shoit time, ss tbera w Ittt surltc otTered lu iii force of the wind. The steamer eon itaird to drift, hoacver, and veryihii'g looked Lopeler. The d.ngrr increased so rspidlv, tbat between 2 and 8 o'clock Captain Dus at ordeisd the decks to be rleurd ol all meirbtndixr of every thini that was in the way. Ca.es of boots, shoes, baud of flour. ioet, dec., dee., including i n package said to coniaio (7000 aonb o! pUte, were thrown ove.boatd. Tl.e.e were six tj a-ijeUt thousand dolltrt wrt! of l.ceon board, brlongingto on of the paMcnjert whoiitil previously said that j organiznlion," and adiirerent plan of op- ly. It apj car thai a wealthy Russian he would give the wh Ie lo any one wl.o j crations, and has been compelled lo ak j General obtained the consent of a b ami wotild put him safely tthote. This lce . the aid of General Scott. lul daughter of a Ptdish Nobleman, to was atterwsrds seen tt ewn along the bctrh. All ilif efforts, l.owtver, to tve tbe hope of safely were oer, and all hit desiiOb and aox'mus th.l the stetmrr should strike tl e beach. About midnight ah partrd one of her cable, there being four out, one a itched to 3000 weight of furntc btrs, and the other in anchor. After this ihe fxle eonunueii io increase and blew a perfrct, ite.mer were untvailmg. o perron; left to believe that the Administration Imc lived togoher f..r two years, when she woekid hauler than Captain Dustan, and J no definite object, any more than a mature was informed hv lierhusbndofthedcrrp ht I'aoepgeit and crew. After their re-1 plan for effecting it. i lion, and finally discarded by bim. She petted and uniird efforts bad failed. a A portion of the Western and Southern soticlit in ta n fur teAtf. in lr ilm cmiris. - - - - -.i..v.j iik.ii. i niiuiru in iii.irc jjriirr recii uirui. iii wuiiie properly was given She wa diiren still nearer j tircly a matter of conjecture, and arc prob-j the lady w hoin he so wantonly deceived, but pasted a point that all ex ! ably yet to he decided upon. Rut if the' and he is not permitted even lo marry a would trika upou. Shs then j Mexican Congress, which is now about to' gain. ("-"Tl ui the thoie, but peeled aha drifted ahnill 1 I mil. Inrlh.r nvokinn in I -- .....,p ... , I all 2 miles, which occupied 18 boa is, of, ernble uncertainty and .uffer.ng She ( 'ia v lvl V 'I7fi;,,'?",llcd8e,0f rofk, !on tihcrMand. A tremendous ret "rV"v "? " lr "V"? territory. . : ledge; so far up indeed, as almost to throw j her ovtr on io ths other side. This w. i he crisis in fhe fisaer. Il was terrible. jnd hcan-rsAdine in the extreme. I , five minute after she struck, she ws in! i t iecr. In ihete fie minu:t at least one j btif f thote on Jjotfd ihe A dtntip were 7 i ken bom tim into etsrnjty. The scresm. I th crush, die ror o the set w dteadful. ; There were ix females, four rhild'f ft tmi .two infants among ihe passengers, Alt the j fem-les were drowned or crumbed lo deiih. j Only one pf the children ws s.red, and Ifli sp tne omy one laimy t j 1 1. . ... i, i , . . e w a mfinurr. iii inner, rpoiner, mtrrieu sister, sno a ypungerr-is-tsr, and two young brothers, were on botrd. The poor li'lle orphan thus caved, and thu thrown slnne on to the world, is only 12 years of g. The two infant were drowned, frozen or cruth'd ti death. All this occurrrd at half part foui o'clopk oo Friday morning. It is not known with, certainty how many lives were losi by 'ihis disaster. Among them, however, js Papt. flurt ln. Ihe commander pf ihe bo.t. and one of the mnt accomp'i'hed eaptajn upon our inland wttf tf. U ws last sen by Mr. Stetson when th latter received Of; der from bint lo go forward snd at Uif proper moment la l?t go the clujus. Ai t! t Ae elpi.la stoJ p be prs aaraai gii bia deta atc.Ulj aed em ss Utd p?M'l esvoiira aa if poaabure. AHbjeefueesaediebe fos the Bearyaoa f be f rr.s bia sts fate was jd wi-b ibst of tit rMl be eoaassat!fi. Cape Vasapcli of the Ibbsgea. eae srui Wdbaaa ef the Claopap. Ir awbed eety asiiac tbst lay va fbew Mf. ta tba taiicl of Itie sefefeu;" rtatlifs, preswiaa. every tines; eefd. ia tart a a fivee pprmf . i IU. Tatkoi. d Netatsa. ataa lUl.e L. t.Mr.;u!iir uroa a.cb sid et.rv af! ifmr ttn4 be en bis iindea ie sei j lughty spoiea W ey aosay mum atre,ra aauciaism curaatf lk4 iHe sat jecjs of H. j L:eai. Aa.uor f , U. H. A-' iit tnUti We aaJrrsuai u-si tnete waa aa in i.ecaioftO.wuafca , Uie A tissue stesnef. SUlfflloat Coloa. Aa etUs f'era the r flies el the . Orleans P-cm of ltbe7SdinsuvuisibtibSfaaiboaiSul:ia tte tiia, and were arcoep-akd ry (tsaa. frosa VirUbart. aa ibe 21 t int.. forte saro. 7 : . f. .....I .A. by which the ebb I chrk, the rent.d ea gineer aad bctaevaiacnttrtise anJ iLint ; dark baad and derk passesgrra acre , scalded, sasav of ihsa ao eeteiely ibail ihete was no proswci of iheir ieceeiy.l The e.bia pategrr were all td,t Dr. Annstron5,-Tl e rbrtstlia pttl sblougb by tl-e imaedae staking of tl e 'especii,iy iLaipumonftf ileinairtrd with Maris between 25 and 30 peisoaa ssorsjthe AateMcao liosrdotComaiUsioaersf aeredrowaed, who were oa tbe toatri Fwreign Mission, a ill be des.y griej dtrk. to te.ia hat the Res. Dr. Aratiraa-.... Tl.s iramhosi Ta!m. earns dowa tl e river soon ader and took oa bosrd ihe river soon a'ur and took oa bond lb j wum!eJ sad eoeyd Jibem brk toj Ntrhex tt be pUeed in ie bopnal. i Th nstnes f the killed an I woendedi ' are not sum. rtrCL'tLATION'S OS THE MEXICAN WAR. I'ormpoitdrncf of Uie Journal of Coninrrrc. Wsoliington, Norembct SK General Scott said, a while ao, that he ncvei would le called upon for active ser- , lv absurd; that General Taylor never bad cmicr iiiw lorvc vy ino auppiica m-rrtiBry ; vwpi oi tne aujoining county a her for such an enterprise! that it line been ' ihey have been distributed among families, abandoned at the suggestion of General who are teachirg them to read, ami train Tavlw, J iUm entirely new id m of ing Uiem to habits of industry and frtiml the wai has been or mnsl be adopted. I ity, General Taylor, before he matched' .... from Matamoios, told Major Forsyth that ! Louis Philippe i allowed by the nation he did not know what war the object of X 500,000 per annum ; and JL 40,000 for the movement he was ordered to make, tlie Cotnte de Pari, beside a large allow and that, if the design was to go to Kan ' nce for the Duchess , D'Oilcans. He Luis or the city of Mexico, rampico was j the point from which the movement should be made. (General Taylor has.no dmiht, express-: since his accession to the throne, about ed the same opinions in his roircypnndence : '!5,O0U,IK)0. ' with the Government. Afterabmgpause,) " " , therefore, the Government has adop'edj A Novel Case. Tjte Russian Empe what the Union pioncrlv called a " new i lor decided a remaikable law suit remit- Iu regard to the Mexican war, it ha not yet been made known, nor in any way appeared, what is its true object. We are people considei the object to be territorial acquisition conquest and approve of it.' peror, who decided lh;.t the marriage was Some of the Southern politicians view it j illegal, but in conxequrucc of the tlecrp as a means of extending Southern territory i lion of the pretended husbaud, lis order ami influence, and restoring to them the! ed his dismissal Irom the Army, with the scepter ol Federal dominion. j loss of his salary and his office, with- The terms upon which this Govern- out havine an v claim ta anmlirr anooint- ment is prepared to make peace arccn - ' 1.1 . I I (r,ciuiir,iiiuni i uibjmisiiuiii ii meet our: p-oposals, which are to bo submitted to il,! it must follow that this Government will ; 1bot to enter mlo a treaty npirn cqiiit-' able terms, instead of demanding half of ... T , . w y - 'tv ic J. - - . urj M loi ht aind hre fr.im1 Ohio. He look in excellent health.! l I". ll'U'l tlMII till) II 117 ww lieu Judge tatron i ho on the ground, and (dent yon should do so. several pf the otler judges aie known toj Have the courage to reak to s friend be on their way io the r.iy. Th three; i , ,Cedy" coat, eten though you are depa.ncius ol the Government wi I bei company with a .rich one, and richly voder lull swing by Monday nex. ! is altired. . Hi f y tinleft.i0dth.Hhe Preridei't will, Have the courage lo ownlhat you sre baf reu h lo ay in hi Mrcaie uf our noor. n.l ll.u. .1 I. 9111 t.AWaMmU T . I M .ll.rfl- rcUunn with Mexico, and ihat he m . - . . make die best ol Ihe na-t , wnli pie.t pro .1 - . - i i- ruite ti ijjn fu HIS lulure. lit imnn..l..n . ...?v.. K... .,u.,,rg Blorfc In ,r a II, , Wta.l a.. . LI... LI I. : . . I w.y ol peace with Mexico is a sr-orlt 1 wtih .he Ai.inipis.rtt.on here a the Gov.j eminent ol Msi.Co. 1 hose who knqv 1 OIO.I ol ihe fiaie of pubhe senlimem i,i, Mexjrp ae of the iqipreoion that neace my t e i.4 if our (Joveinmetit w pll con sent lp oiie upon rquiiable .eriiis. and by rquiiable term j inpatil ihrt .ajlj-muni-nt ol ihecUjiut of A.mercan citizis, w hich ought io b the main etute of war. since M-(icovsw)lTMdd mot in her dlii,que.iciep Jlt'tl q.a whom she has wrongrd. 'fW jndced is the head nd front of Iter offaiidjug (award uf, tpd one whjph i woujd now ba glad to re move a ihe price of peace. The great Its&tlirg Uori iad.s syleHvJ&w wdl be aa eSjaetaeat ef tte sUea f beaadary. bltaica wilt ae tey.rU. saaeb pf fcr arsnlwy irl t. m pey, wlicb U ba aane tap kt till bkl tbre it bat Ii.tl dttpaoj jr bare te 1 t b 8 so i y. Tin, ba4. ry qtcsdsa aiU ibeiet-M be tU giu bi-e tf eoa-eaiioa peaJieg be e aulrt. y, aed t a aae ie wbicb tbe blieaa. t'Oieat of oar rounfrv n,. i p' aeoa.bly dneciU e Aiavitia. .-- . , Vei"rr, EflrTT CIV. & vIrtL-lJU. rfrfeieai. Tbe 3' !rs ReaabJi, el ti n lt iii Uoactlie Ttrf eoiB'ta me Hj.rmtir,e. orssMMly r reived, id tbe roltety ef e ir.I of t'aiM Suns esgAB.by ibe ladiaa. ?r tie passu! lh Arlsasa, Tbere acre taut I L. I.. a , . ' f n may HHuwirtj artu mj aaalea Tl-e wgoas were filled aitk e'obip. aad ioptt.l atxrs, foa.a.iMary't Matri r. elT-e, Xc. Tbry totk poiMS(ltl! poManaa -t every tbag except ibe roas. j msde en" ith the f pMy. Tl is out as rommiiied by a p.ny f ia haarirtd Paaice Iadiani and li'lte oppeMlioa. aw saade by Ue n-e-, il ev ...u, BuiMin. We shall tuve, to dohti fall particulars ia a dsy or tee, ' . of the Srrit oi that Baaril, M aiaepg the lol of the A IMi. (I ftif,aij ihe lost of the A lnlo. Ha ftif.,rai.j bis lasltervire br the benefit nf hi fellaw raea oa 'I bar4y, while tb Aitsn'ie lay at tnrhnr. He roaducteJ l. iliti,l.t. ia exrrris, anddrlivtred an tpp'oi r at sddrrtf, icepni.l.iing the reasons whuh uglil lo fill the totous ol di puterif eu ih gitMudc and thankrgiviif, and m-ng the re', no doubl, lb turpni iaii mai inrr ay mrs aaveu irom tit uangets wlnrh tl.rcilrned thsaa hilil,e r.ob!e boat was !nt in end bruushi tt have been belter accommodated by tU lias thirteen or fourteen magnificent Pali- res, and has derived from the sale of fire- wood and limber cul in the roval foresti ( unite in marriage with him ( and uukno . to the lady, the ceremony was performed by ait officer, ili2uied as a priest. Thry when finally her case came before the Em- j ment. His whole property was given to - - Horal Courage In Every Day Lift, Have the courage lo discharge a debt w,liIeY0l ,li(Ve , j,, Tr pjek. et. 7 ' Have the cotiraffe lo do without that ' hich you do uot need, however much eye may covet it. nw i vmaj( at virwBrv i vi a "- when ii .i..., i.i ,u o. rill ti IiaI.1 aaka Irtanna u ' at is faftl mi .r.... . .. . Have the courage to make a will, at"' . I m w Have the-eouraae to. U-U a ii.ru why yu ,l0i en,i yin your noni,v, . Have Ihe courage to cul" the most agreeable acqiiainiaiice you have, when t re convinced that lie lacks nrinciidc ! biend should bear wiih S friend's in firmiiies," but not w ith his tier. Hive the courage to ehowyour res pppt for honesty, in 'whalc'ver"'guise it ap-. pears ; and your corjieinpl for di."honcsiy an dupliejty, by - whomsueyrr .exhibited. Have the courage to wear your old clothe until you can pay for newpmes. Have the courage lo obey your Maker, at ihe risk of being ridiculed by man. Dive the courage lo take q good paper, "iidgio pay for it auiiuall in advance.