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. !'-,- hot confttt. The b.oWa nature of ifct ,rpro.eh. ry it .lorn. Vista, graduated wuh great lU-rnr Op'nUENA VISTA. I J'J x ' W We" t Z ..m h a. g'e.ted w,ih trine at the Miliary Acadcmr at BVTTU, 01 IlLt.VA im ftf ori tBer.l t.feie.., !AjuIuM!i if trumpet.. WriIlVit in 1631. He remained km L EKS-"- ' Jt. ... r int.m l HU ' ff V. vr -en w.ii . ' io ,u VM f1)f a ,rtion of that tme atttioned to ' , ; S iMlm J 'aS the uff of Ge-cr-1 - fftwW - y J ' ,a,.P lk,0,:i U lhl CTji. si leare 1 ttlffnecf Unto. Cliff, U. self in Kentucky to lU rcaum cf the r Uw iy. ciHmiur. c- V,,M be tutrUd by . 1 o M. i-M by a b. .. f zl'Bf J' i8 Co!eRfl of m -imenU Colonel II 2 2j 3 3 O S TT f) ) lTjW.. ";kfc? V.V; X,V Miae It if t"Xe'.i. h.r,( bi. tIiB4f. Cflf 11. -a,. from ft Thursday, Apri Ui. W. b.d At P!e..f f f i.tif ljl; ; f ih efe "y! A Mr" ,iPf. th.t i fr o U.irj any d;.ire IVmt. of he eU. cf 13. b had re- 7 K) e,iJ.y with M.jor CvfTf e. cf the Aj- . " rr JJ J'Y W leL u eenf .1 1 an.-M. 3"-o tsed from Ue annr and beeoce detoted n'i lS l eftb.di.uBeuUbedGfr.1 b farM J " r,e,ced eh.nJfrla. foo.nd. To tkh Kn-mcer. OlJrr than Clay, he in- to brirely cn be VUm ef Ch.Uftte, f flt.r i.T ,Tr. I. itr it. the Utttfn.ot if I If J. th.t bi. f anpl. rem d trnh the eommand of the reg.ment I alleqce aTl .;wo. and in tafbu. e-ther b.tdf . by the .We ; 'lh J,, ef, wWb r,s. f drm.ad I U S.r An- and wa filled for it by t!e rossHn f . r Pprt u aiJefGe8.T.ylornth.bMly6llat ,0, f ,f Whrn tV.e tarrd,i...f 0m.a CMoneUcdVtson I)an,of the Mww-Muliaee aniUfaita BoenaViiu. We a.e cre.ilr i.drl.ed ! baowiei w he eei irlaied to the Meairan, bt ried tipri volunteer. ho wre A oumbrr ot wijwu tue aniw to him fcr o.ay p.rtcdir. of ilia b.rJ. fi',,, u .r,V LUh.nla .nd ejeb-ow i. ottrr atni.t. ded at the Daideof lUcm im,ta alo ivt'rj. bat poo. f m uw General T.jlr b.d Wen io mbr. ineMinf .Pn iU.nf.1e .urh a w.e. an ! .ephfd. tn.t be diMnuhed men.bei of the list ton- ,roU; M firrt .ifht. with the nition at hHi he K m (A oul . Mfl (;f. T.,!or l9 luirmdfr gre. and on the hrealinS out of the war . ,man oa band. . Al-;,.. .1 f Bbw i n m nd ill. e.re of ibcLet . Irrrd in .n br. or he would de.troy a I In left a.h.ton in Angttf t last, m Umc to w Wf h w d; - H,. movemeat tow.rd. A N.eie J R , m f .re.. ltrut. Cit.end.n-. rply. M eommand bu regunent and wm m ny r M!wVkS merely a ruie to deeey tb. enemy into "J" f "h,, . "lU TiK r(rM.er ,lt . w. h.r. fclredy fiten - Cm. Taylor laurels at the haUlea of Monterey, hut rWifr. . the field which be b.d ler!.d lr hie ?L ?2 !?2 JTi?J?Lofd wrrr .Wfn(.Vr.r-ern,in4trd the in- hrfore he left Washington he dirtinpLb- " w,a J crfu!!.' "at batde-gronnd. A. eom .. McC.llorl,-. P"! 'b;1; m." ' . inU U tl. ree,meneed. and ed himlf by a enecch on the floor of- r"rV men. 5ho were i...t..bU in- Jj, TStei tJ" C w . eoXurdVn.il ..igbu . U l!ou,e. in replV to attaeU open the Vr1 ' forced hi. of S.nt. Sl .... Sao , Ann, three .U fi f f t X IUtCrC,m8 Aga Nee... Cenrr.l T jIm q. -leUy m ,fy. wl,lch,uai!e, Ueu'.O'D.ier. true that ctente ormrnne m Me, ito broke o? b.. e,mP. a d fed Ibitl itt P hif f rf . M brf df nff fce ?e re the reply to thee attarkt . and hat 1':: " . , t fi,.t lot-.BoeBi i.-n. rj.. po..t.oo I yfd hf fi ihetunnet. ffcte will tell derpeet upon the hea.t . of . raaf.1 rtery.-Tl.KrH! wu adaiuaMj chon. It t the foot ...k .... i.... ..r .h ihcl rton!c; hut the ewiat uuUcation iu mj m Mum U4 wctl. ,a e(,.t of. mouat.in.orr.thrr of too mountam.. fa rf ,,.UreJ there as nil a toldifr led to naJe !'.v C'01- ,hv,s wal calculated to Jcal f imporuot bu-nc w. tmnuj. ,: betoken wh.ch r.n ihe rojd l.roin a , ,Pan'ime. the Imli.na h,U. m:n t . One i ttu.e fKeee w.. ... po't the moral uf the tory. wa be e.irwrnS io rUrUUrw u fcn narrow t.lley. On h.s r.?M tne.e wa. we rJ M(Jrred ft rfJ T fl tt(,Jfrf whifh t,,e Col. Alexander M. Miuhcl. (a native , yoan3 ,,0 w or.him-a . Ev, a deep tafine. which prtec'eJ i that lirt ww mf t Uefl,,Mll0,lf h,d drtne Koodex.e. .- C) h eommauded a ir5iir.cnt of n lW.vt.-ry. t9 mtn tJ more eff.cto ' ly ". ' J ' anJ di.r,,Jinz WM lf,lUr,on. tm0ng t!,e Mexico rr.k.. A. to Oh... volunteer at Montcn-y. graduate.! t!w t .,, Ihw m ?!SIJii .2! on H , b..I . mou- A--t-n. A.'ju-m Gen. I..e,ln ruh- fl .g bVbo..t. of Ueio( Uken. th.y ) I'oint m 1 b3;. He mji. wound- rc rf v,, to S tSX e1 hfi' ''" a"d h lMm aree.ypr..b.hy mereeoo.p.ny m.,ker;. fd at the ball e of the SU hrrtrmbcr. id fd.fW bf m e5 irSU,e,D r,,rlhe,r ,ot- .hkhVer. dropped oetbe field and pek.len,l TVeUiar.of Mitad front thetSond w'.. e.?0-wT; i " b. I. p.M.f .l.ro,ch h.e be-ly . ,d ,,p by .he ..Lent MeiicaM. Hi ' Ei- J the f oh ,u!e of the town, under gm oTl. .576 ,0iul,fe 10 1,,U b'ialI,l S-J11 eneyefthe War Department, to who Majo r(.rneral I lute r. iiw ,he g to the mode ol fiffh.io .ui.ed 10 our n. . : ' "1 " - " " -f t ' i...-....- - t... i." , gi of lV.i,lrme. t!nr know hut u!k incr ei Qtf.orihei.ndeiUking.anditw..lat. CoUel Yell le, the fore not mm, a er.vtern. by ihe must .elite. zraloM. I1 if fjfi!? mi?riin Tn 'tn" trntlv 5f."CVolunteera-A letter fiwae in ih. day brfore the big gun. brgan to charge of hi. nvnu.trd vtluner gin t efficient .nd gilbnt conduct. Tbmuh ? !f , ' " ' , i mltTis hrCni ,h6 Junteeri tohUbroUVriuuuPU open, a Urge body ol lanecr., and a killed by out the w hole action he w.a eoniumly "P lll'Jjt vl r i ; Jated Bmo. ain.ii.go. March 25th. .uie. tu I i. ammbM .1 MaK K M M ffl lfll.lA 1 L . L t . . 1. .... aM IhA illAtiAttll.tll I Aft " " " mwwr u.u wiitt .i.ciii ii nil !. a lai.cr. which cliirirl I lis nil ll-ll inu tui b iiiiiiru in in. ui'iiviiiiimi vi vvi v. cant fire, p.reoi ed Decenary to return their fire. Our . charge ol c.e.lrywhich they did with plaint mide ag.in.t him. and th.t wa, fr.v anJ V, A .? "rt,S rom,mand' "wntionttU Jcthof Mr. J.t, H.Mau., cannon were there fore silent the whole of iht.r rifle, delifer.ni at the aatn. time a .hat he eapeaed him.elf mo much. ling, gone ol t.ic ti.uo regiment, and who, compmny from Caewell eoonty. The the 21.1. Eiehior ten killed .nd wounded mod dc.tiuclie fir. amrg ihe crowded General Lne, alop, ahowed him.. If to bo J "ie lat 'Sates, bad gone to giTc battle to M olher iui. of new. TLi ccm- n;e were the extent of lh. ea.oaltiesautained columns ol caialrr. The enemt ere a brae and en4b!e oflieer. Although ',e"er.' rrca J kiin Gca.TYUc,eninianJ,tiJ wor tt n i- -I ttim ISiJ m fine tvauiv Mlt tltll lh llv Vtibkr ion. oe.r of i-rjr. ..,.. tt,., or.. ..w. . ulLllI j,.' la on, r, tt. lie uuasy. is nnoinrr gra. uaie irotn me -- - - - - - thoneh kept op very brikiy, and ap- The Miasisaipnians the heroes a miracle if.ai nt c.-r-nru u.c f,.. t,-- "-ry Acailcruy. fo alo are l icut. " ,VC1"? ncui"r rio.M. ir well manneo, oiaaoi.i.ie exren Aionierey, alter oun riaro cniy as saircaus wnicn uunneu ma ran, ne aas . . . . , , ; : . A". . ;.,,..ni..i,,.i....MMniMif. in,iin-m...t..itm.. Tk... Kt . Ieg.on, which was at the brittle at Monte it wdi"ovcreJ. Thuk iter, regTWto.ua by oor army on the 21l. During the comjleulr repulsed. The diMirgui hed wounded early io the ation he kept bis u,!t'J 'i16 """t1.. v 0Ul"Tra(Iua'f, ticipating "march to ism Ui. Pmki dy an ofiicer approached oor line wih commandfr ol this gl!et regiment. Col. horse until it th-std, aud ueter lor a mo- wc w!' r'clgft v,z :. Colonel A' Uirv would bate oroe Mhot weak." a flag of truce, and reque.ted tote .hown Jefferson Dais. as bdiv wounded, an toent left Ins pnt. bert G. Johnon, of Texa., in the ttafT of to Gen, Taj!t.r, Tle brave old man as escopett ball having entered hi. loot and The old Genrl-in-Ch ef remained at Governor Henderson at Monterey, Colo- itttrg quietly on Lie old.whi e charger, passed outof his lea. He r. hotae.er. h.so-igin.l and much expnied posiuen, W.B.Burneti,oftherfimcnlof.Ner "f,'1 with bis leg over the pommel of .he sad- doing wli ben ht leard hom. The aupr n ending the battle and narrowly York volunteer, now at Vera Cruz; Lieut. "V Arw ork' BrV"' A , . die- watehinff the mofemenU of the enr- ehi.alrou. I.Uut. C..I. MeClunr was nre- .lel.n.ff it. ten . An esenr.u Kali Colonel Henry G. Burton, (a native of lumburj lute rwulteJ in faor of tf i w a my. when the Mexican officer was pre- vented lrm d seated. In a ery courteous and g are ft, I deed of .hi brill manoej the officer stated that be bad tons wound i..g lU a l.aie ol the brave pas.td through his overcoa. that tame Vermont,) and M.-.jor Hardie. both in the '' l'g) .j.mty for Maya of tU ? uilltant fight by the gri-old brown, so f.mitur to all th. offi- California regiment. To this list the names of New York it put down at 1,735. received at the bt le t f cers and men who have ever bten under of n,3n" others perhaps inferior in rank. The Whis ba a! triumpheJ in t! A been eent by his Excellency Gen. Santa Monterey, which at 11 confinea him to l i hie command, a d winch has seen s- teral co"hl he added, and one occurs to us who ti election in Xcrk, Xcw Jewry. . . 1 1 f I 1 " . . . mm 1 . . , ... . vn. .1.1 rmt I.m .v...itl.t XI. ! . . ...... Anna, to oia cxreuency, urn. i ajmr, i ota, uom unicn it is omen leareo oy nia eompaiiia in rloiida, in J exaa, anJ lr. "v o" .w-jur .urmwe- -i hey bate all carried Ui cay of Anjiia inquire in the roost respectful manner, bet friends he will never rrcover. Mexico. ther I. Clarke, frmn St. Ixui, who raifinl (c.a.y hy a omjoriiy of upward of a buiuM what he Gen.Taywaa waiiinzfor.' C.d. Hunij.hrey Marshall, splendid re- On ti e night of the 22d. boh armies a battalion organized as a battery of volun- olct. From the edence "of Gen. Taylor's bit- giment ol Keniurkv Clrv nere impa- drew off from the fild of battle. Our a.en tpcr arll!en'i which is now in i'anta ; . teries, and the quiet manner in which he uent lor an opportunity of showing their were ei'g ged all night in bringing in the , Ittc from .llcxlro. reccivru oann Anna e irrrinc caiimniau- rneoie, anu avengicg trie fap'ore. ol tne r Onnileu ami t king care of Uiem the "ror "" r?i I'oint gTauuaics inj, ihe Mexican supposed be was afkirg brethren, then in thr hards ol the enemy. Mekicana as ll as their own men. arcmentioned.it is perhaps needless to add. , "'unehw ropers froaiihcrity of a very pertinent quesiionl to whi.h. how- They weie aoon favored with the desired There were. I.owever. fcui tew ol our w no desire to obscure or abate one iota "f 10 lh 2,1,1 Mrch. From tlic it f ever, old Kough and Keady gave the very opportunity, by the approach of a force meu found on .be field wnunded. Thev ,rom Uie g,or.v due 10 the other noble ofli- ljr" ' pmrnee or Anna a; . t. ' .'- . . . . ' i i. i . . ..... . Ol!' D pertinent reply that "be was only waiting of more than 2000 Lnrers and Hosaair, wre, to ue Sota Anna, significant rr.r have distinguished themselves t!,c city of Mexico waa u(r.wnt to put a pt for Gen. Santa Anna to surrender,' to his who gallantly charged ihera. The Ken- words, in bis der atch, all dead." ihe vt the volunteers in Mexico. Colonels ' retolutionary act which were in jt? bnes. This message proved to be rtwe tuckians stood their ground with immo- cowardlv micresnts having killed every Hardin, Yell, and many other gallant spir there. From Han Lui io the caj'ital, it i to ascertain where Gen. Taylor's rosi- vable sieadmees, and receiving the enemy man wl om they oveit -ok wounded and ls ',avc spa'ed with their lives the evi- hi proc. wv trium;!id. He continually nx lion wae, for afier the return of the Mx- with a fir. from .heir carbines, eharjed helpless on the field. With like tupitode ,Pnce 0I" their intrepid and faithful dis delegations from Uongrewnt nut to propitia jean, the bat cry seemed io open upon m the most gallant stvle throufh the eo- and trtabery, ihry Ufiil eir dead oi.buri- charge of duty. 'But we have believed that him. Addrewm from the diiTtirnt Ptatrrci Gen. Taylor's position, and the baMs flew mn on the right, and wheeling, fell on ed and th. ir wounded une-red for, rn ti e il ls hat aimple justire to West Point to p.,, , i,inl OIl i,(,ute. lleasriveJia " T M , ,,. .v. l,ieir ,eM "Me,ng Kimng a great umu wnere ihey nil. The Utter were " 1 "" " giving ciiiciency tome i,nnie,lUte tieiniir of the n.iital on the '.'tnh. 0 inuiueiequo ina pema oi ms i-iu..or, many ol .nem. A like charge w as made oaried to Sa'tdlo, i;i our own wagons the '"mccr regiments at Monterey ami Hue-.1i,.,nnl i,.ltu .,,,1111 tnere sat the old chief, on biseonspicous by Col. May. ai the head of a squadron foru.er were buried hv .1 e alcsde, undera Vista, and to exhibit the usefulness of , ,;... t r- n Th -U-wbit. hore. peering .hrough hiaspy glass of Dragoons, and oneol A.kansaaCa.alry, the orders of General Tailor. graduates who have resided from the ar- fl, J V Ouadaiupe 11. at the long line of Mexicao troops that , U,eif b, jr of lbe enemy's A number officers were taken prisoner., my " officering the militia in time of war. g , , ftcm,K,n of ha roll.ming.i.y w could be aeen at a great distance on the Cavalry, i b l.ke result.. and an exchange waa effected, by wbich Gommrhtisunnecessary.na it in sufficient l,ml ,he rII-v of Mrx, w,lh grc'a PmP8"d march. The persuasion of Ins ads couhl Uuri- o the eniai?erer,t on the tioht. ail our mn h i i,..i. torive the facts fullv In the nnbl o. Tbi.. h'mn'ty. A Tt Ikum wa. sunj in the mrir.r nnhl p. rhii not induce him to abandon his lavorable S.ma Anna seeing V at Cen. Tav..i were r.haed. Cas.ius M. Clay's 1 arty are ft9 wIi,,,, ought to he nieiuioned at a ,i,:m rhurrh' w,,'re he received the frla-itan. puiunui vuiciiii rui Vi Kirrv n no. wen prne'iu on i'e ien aie nne'eratood now to be to the city ol ""icwncninn puoiir n.ind is so much in- " "iriuc an.. rrjHjruon. old white horse. To the suggestion of bis flank, eent a lar force of Cavxlry Maxico. . terested in passhg even's. , The inautml adJrcss of Santa Anna is rv .aff that eld whitey a rather too con- around thai roint, and o.tflnkipg Tay- Amen 'the killed the wounded of lie 0V'e eannot permit ihii vindication of linlwd,in which hoysthat he eiitera upon fl-icoous a charger for . he commander, he 0r, .ueceeded in throwing 2000 men imo Mexicans are ihree general offireis and West Point to paM, wit!i.nt adding- to the dWharjs of the duties of the Supreme SU'i replied that the old fellow bad mts-ed ,is rear. I!.,t (n. Taylor immedi-My twenty rolonele a..d comn.audeis of bai- . the name of a gallant North C'arolini- cy lcausc ho Mw'iliat it -the ! M the fp at Monterey, on account of a eore ttai Cant. Kiairp. with lis atli!. CrV. Ikl on..' Clen. fltmmt i. ..,. . I.... all llO. ihouoll liril lnnr:illt vmiintnit u. . r . .... .1:.. .....,. nf the loot, and be was . determined be should ag.in.t ihi force, who sucee'iled in rut- as yet reahzed the briliant career of which ntpted during the Battle of Bucna Vista P:U1. nd becam ho believcl be wouMt!'" uae 111 anare umb time. tin. ll.em r II Imm t ie main horfr. I.trnt. Ii nn...l&r.l t.i vi.: n ..i..i 0110 or ilio rlnr-rnmnu nr.KnA. - i .. . ... t .1 , ml At aanrvse on tbe 22d Ftbroiry, the Crittenden s e'espairbrd wuh afl-g of an earnet H. was o.der d by S..t ,,,(leto Brevet 2d Lieut. Francis T.Bryan, iba iWmlenr and honor cfMei' viin.vainii(iiiiciitiiiciiirAiuu.cic ,ru,r cuu.nuti Anna in aiiaca anu cirry 011 i;o during " 11 c?i mini, anu uie son ol 'ri r .. fftnti Anna is cnniKo' drawn out in immense numbers. The of ibis force. The Mexican officer, pre- the engagement at Buena Vista, With one of our mst Valued citizenn.! , ,? 1 T, ' n ' iimUirr of Forein dark column, of infantry extended as far tending no- to onderaund l,e characterof ,,e rjrCI, he made t dem..r..lri,.,n Edit. Beo. rflmni ! " Ma"T , w; P- as tbe eye could reach, and the cavalry h.. mission, iM.ed that he should be ar,ns.i,e town w,th2000ca.aliy. L.rnt. " - - M,l,n; D Jum f ! . ,, p. aeemed to cover the wbde view with blindfJded. aero.d.ng .0 . he rules r.fwai. Shor,r with sixty men and lw..a.ill pie-J Miple EujaT.The product of maple rranci"0 Kunrvo-v 1 tu1?l ' their imerminabl. lines. At intervals be- and thu bad.ihe l.ieinenat t carr ed into eei-Vd a,t tleiy, wentjouitomeettt. t .ljanr,,!?ar in ,8lU ,n Jie tTuite I States, is en- ,0 ,?n,,rio ( !ul,mfy- of "ar ,m t een the infantry and cavalry, their big the cmp of Mania Anna himself. This was (Jrneral. and at one discharge of ii.7ci.- 'nldtohavcreche)d22.0t0,0(Mlpnmile, Thc PM party, as o!r. rm-;.in grcacr guns, strongly protected by a large artil- . runt to gel time to extricate the Mexi- nof fn, hin, h.s -re flrce la ,e a quantity exceediujj ihe whole amount ol dance the clement, of stability to lux lery force, kept up an incessant cannonade can cavalry from their dsngerou posni. n, right-about in doubU quck time. 8u3ar consumed by Portugal, and ne nly naidiobein hish favor with Santa Anna. giinst our lines. Their force, were soon and pendir.lhUtiuce they were all drawn i e'lualliiiir the eoilsnmntioTi in Nwod-n nudutelv unnn his inauzuration he jHiWislml iu motion. Our artillery was thrown for- -fT by a different road from .hat by which p . Tu " ., Norway and Denmark together. .JJreas to his countrymen which breathes a sr ward to meet ihem. nrotec eri h the to. ibev had ained Ih luntrers. Gen. Wool led the main body LietU. Criuenden was conducted blin - WEST POlNTy VINDICATED. mmc y a h hm t0 their inte.it, W person, and w.s seen every where, folded tj. the tent of the Mexican Gei.er.l- West Polnt Gradaates COaimanrllng ho affects the air of a aaint : the tf'rrl tions. and 10 unite heartily for the WPW" ,aliy,r.g nnd encourag-ng the volunteers: n-Ch.ef, wh.ch be found a long distanre VoluiilcerReCnlS.-I.i.ut. Col. Herf- lio , of aanctitv is a bUch on the face of the a ,i. of ,he common enenrv. He anting t ino. srmtes were .000 engaged in Iron, tbe scene of action, and. which, he ry Clay, Jr., of the Kentucky volunteers, piety. p70v" td he U Jrr'v -coaded by the yfr