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It va vita it4 titbclM Art ve teeogataed agsaa. teee4ey esMg mi butts leva ttit Poet Sw. the fc4-ni? iC eft Weed Major Jck Dtvaiag, His fCtMttt iimcmwi.' ea ! Ictdcta I lee v. ft.tt alvsya been ail ties f ITfc ,,f MI Lavs made ml offeece U ! be wt F be . M1 u if ttwtit at fJsaeeastBg if ee eaealjPeaeitt Cspttia Ryedtit kit ae ZZrf..kL.r.:....MM.!i Tsaasa HsU tMt ease Tea- IPW iwwv w aww Vaff eJMva-aw T I J nf their OfiyritAee , iW aeser; f ia.. Mir tVeUis haet elwave turn te lb iVI.J. 1 titcb UBparrai iBfjr i ! Ittoegltta. bd turh inH!!fM ol vvt ticrrtll M U l flwwPt At (Ml!J fibtl f U f rrbblc fra lim that li w ift Ml. Kit N , ili.oU .1!. . . A ((., rr.nn ftuMii nra. U riBIIII 1 iktif rtur, tud te It ttfun tL, i skrrt rr8rt It Jfiefifd, itbotl cMl- ikiag aajr ilg Ikt feiaJ paliff lavania thea. ibt fdi mj ipigiat ktt faint p'aef po ibf tanft ad'att off trye biaiied ai iita &! jar Ilanniag. ht fca ql ai0r(4 fcia Intadakip for t (a it aaajricd. or crr aktkta, bj t!i atej dtffVreaera el tpia ioa aboftt ace apd menuri a thai bate grave ep b(ifr vt fat Sja Jut iiof )'. Te aft fifty f',4 to undf riiinJ, from batba ) a uba 1at i f the foliowirj Utitr. tbit it ji not tht at my tx ftci fiem tie 4!jor, M tfaa State of Maine, Uh 9, 147. Mr, Oilh 4 Mr Dtar Old frwedt; ilj leittr hi yoa baarJ Ike teinboai oe Long ItUad Souod ru off aa alien by lha kett'a ritging tor aa to get teady to g 9 atfaore, tht 1 dttle't get half thiM(k teliing oa tbt talk I had villi U I'reaidtnt thai ly; aad wt'tt baj ao much talk aioea, and aaen as nuch en tbt jueroey, tbat 1 ahtnt bt able to tell tMieoeliaaleoraqaartcroo'tiat letter. It tuJJ a4ea mM book to gift tea a food houa of the whole noty. Butthtf're aMciii wJJ ba back to WMhiogioo belort )oaaa gal thia letter, for ho aiarud to ga back lait Saturday; ao foaM get tbt vbole acceaatoftht juriey froa Lim. Ile'il bt aWligbted o aet dove aod ult you all about u Jar Wi beta amtxinj'jr Ideated ilk tha lult Mr ney.frea ep It botton. Ue'a been on hia b'ek oed'd boota all iba waj. leveed l grtarie nore tttopio bt beoiwr ao mwb, u eema at af lit etood aitaigbter then aat . Ha ttid ibt oaor. in lia apeeeh at A ugutu, Saturday, "s! 1 aeldoa bippeea that iba com at ef aejr aaoa lift ia muk'd bv ao dminfjiUe4 a aecrp ion aa baa been accorded to ma to-J a v." Wall, vo it haa tfljway aloig; bnrrhin, and and firing, and tpeecbea. a aoppeia, and ibakmr iU ine eteaathnat itoaa iU a gotalit4e breait a good long talk, letit to : Nov. Ill it yoa to be candid. N' a got a lit4e bream if for, eayrcfTrwaet yoa to be candid, no tae a a wot tuend to ent ia a fctgb aia lioa ouleaa bt w ill bt caodid and apeak tht truth. Aad eov, Majot, t dotA vast tou ao iattar oaes I ant voaj to ve can- did, aad toll ana gat .hat you thmfc. Yen weot aiag with Pietideot Jackaon alien Iia aaidtttia toerJo tart, and bad a ebinre to tee the bolt operation: aod eovl vtat yoa to tell ao candidly, U you Ihibk the projle aa aay mott loud vfhia this they two of ae. Well, cow, Colonel, eaya I, not with inglt burl yotjtfeelina ivall, bat, eteio yotTao atled ay candid opinion, 1 wont dtay 4wt abet tha people aro aery l- od of ) o, aaaiinly lond, petbapa aa fond a they can be. Hut, after all, theia tiaee aiot fxacdy equal to eld llickory'a tiiu, tlt obatdo you mean? aaya bt. WtlU aaya 1. the people all aeea lobe m tio fond, but, aomt bow it seema to liate a aort of mfAerWi-fv tkote about IU it dtml aeea to be eo teal hearty ae ilrry ehooed t tdd Hickory. Wrtl now. Major, eaya he. and ha red deutd a little wlies be aaid this; aaya ba. that only aliowa bo atrong your prrjo dlcea aet in faror of the o;l G.nerl. But lt'oogtityou an a nan of ttrenger wind anJ aoundei judgment. 1 ciat agree with yon tgatnsi tie evidence ofay uen f nea. Did yon nonce alt the way along how thick the crowtJaibck'd round me to bake feanda with at! " Yea, eaya I; hot they didn't go it with ark rtiah aa they did lieu my oil frttad the Ciimral coat thia way. They jeaatd aiotnd him ao they hid t jclimb exei each mher'a heada to get at him.' And 1 had to take bolJ eoaetiuiee by the hour together and help Ilia shake ha rule with ea, or he i.ever woold hate goHhiough ith tnchalf of Va. , Well tben aaya he, did yoa mind bow ud they ebiered tod hurrahed wLeieter ee come afong? Yee, UolOi:tl.ayi 1, 1 heard all th.t; but, ay gtaetutiff hrear o'd Hickory made bie B-PMafauce fit eroei. rosrfd tight out like fhunder. WtJ'a SI;. for sJts he.' ffiCt CaMn'i neat nrm etirere mar tht iemociai and I aiit. Hviidifs ftee me at Ta'minaftv II... a. a . ...... llatl. I Lnii ihundei iifelf eolun't be-t that. It's no oaf Mat ir ftflr J otf to ft gat tQe piTfli no Fiestdeut ever recefted such marks Of I'onor hunt the peojla be lore. f awi ture of thsfy y meai iba vh6f 1 pcoftle, F'edersl'rih al well I?eit.twra''s; tbat is ft ihfte if tff atfch pety.fo t Pederatitts Bow dT4 affd Mr. R,clie asya there ia.- Only ihink. flis old I der.l biute of Maaebtjfetts Jfd the btjaine-e ) UUif, up aa handsome and teemed to be a UH i ..f ... .. raa.aa., if, ' .... 1 I VI a.aa aa... ay . nvi ... . w . a f (irviu. . see any ditterenc Vm u.bn . ,.f. Msjor, t isl aveu your r o.u ineaw iitcaory 2f j 1 X t rli K.Vttff wcU nt i jlfU- kRim I base. s Will ee, eeys I. Cadoevl, I ' to... tatter Gtoersl T tor Mettle te feet mi fcet, Wi yee M, ttjr. has ffWW a leaf tJ Lis . tJc sell m.state es yew ps s aie j .r-. obi Bm(I seal frf Mexwe- Ui ; Lie 1'aaWgc Collrft aad a alt Pocj ia0.e? " . T t see! iNa. VJ f Wtw yee W rl tr'f!, if" ,, ! ad I ct rt; aad I JfN li vjr rdt, I wU M. r ort poDklar viih ibt bolk rrtpUtaas tei tid Mkltijr U 11 bM Il'itt tt!r, hia ieftfiar tstrtDiuea art a ,ej f 9pUr ith ia DraucMvlsktt Uwed. IltatipeUTt ebcti pmj. &tt 1 aa NUjr fcraaactd it fla t tutb 1 LtiiJ mni th CrfUOfif M 1st t? JPplt m I bt. licit tbt free'idcat get up sol vtlked aboet tbt floor, and aceaed in deep audy for aa aurb aa fee awtica. At laat aaya be; Major, I aied e gr in apeeck theie at Ilalnaere otberdif. aet it saw, eLdldaYikee euttlj Low o get oaer i. liow ao? aaya I. Why, aaya be, 1 et ol eel to bate laid. light op aod doe. piel blank, tbat 1 ebotild ictirt hen tbia teiet op. 1 l'Ou!d a)y taUrd aboot ay dett to Kiift to pntaie hfe. 1 aa too baity, land contain d ibj at If toe aeon.. There neter aa a better chance for any body to be lee ted thae there ia for at sow, if 1 hadn't aadt lhat enfortoaatf teaatk. JacLavn aiood loiee, and JefTrtion etood teire, and i aepp oee it it teally ay duty to aerre ay eieeiry ae long aa they did. But if I aheuld ondeitske to tun agin, 1 epoet tbey would be throwing tbat Ualii aere speech in ay teetb. tell bow, eaya I, Colonel. ranl yen ace your war out ef that! Yets wasn't bora down Cast so fur as I ws. lia so great ef a job to get eer tbat trouble. At tbat tbt Prcaident Wthtenrd p a rood dial; and says be, Well. Maior, 11. icllroo what 'tis, if jeo'H eet at oter tbat difficulty baadtgaelv. wbco wecoat to net anotret ahufut for tbe efficee. I yt.11 may cbooat any eaid lntthe peek, and fyou shall hatt ii. Well, nj$ , Colonel, about lhat re nark o( yourn at Baltiaore, thst yon aheuld give up when this term iaout, all you've got to do is to get Mr. Htcktt to taJte it back in the Union; let bin declare tbat it was only a aort of eprcutation, has tily throve out, wiibeut aucb roaatdr ra tion, and that, ao far aa ba understands, neither tbt President not any of bis Ca binet enterlaine enr aucb aiewa. Thea yoa ctn go along jest aa smooth and Baft at if nothing had happened. Fact, lhai'a lUsays tht Colonel, map ping hit fingers; strange 1 didn't think ol im tut.. aei, 4 v. ti to. working ent el difficuliies! 1 believe 111 aaka tip my mind to ge ahead another term; 1 don't tee any thing in the way. 111 tell ta bow 1 think el wotkint it. I've been reading ever thia letter of Taylor's to tbt Cincinnati Signal. He'a an eld head, but be ntnt agoiog to cone another Bona Vista blunder oter at. II I don't lake tha vind out of bia Mils before long, I'll tngagt to aakt him King ol Alatn-o. Andjl'il try him on bit own tack too. 111 coma out and declare that 1 von'l ba Ihtl" by our flat boatmen, and a pair of caudiJata of no party neither; and threv ayaclf upon tht people. I convinced, from vhal I'ea teen on this journey, tbat Ibt Whies vill go for at almost to a man. Van Bursa and W right, who say I'm not lbt man for the .Northern Demo crats, may go to grass. 1 go fot the peo ple, the vbole people, and nothing but tht people. Well, eaya I, Colonel, that's tht road; aod I visit you a pleasant and prosperous journey. " - We bad some mora talk about tht war before vt reached Augasia, bat 1 haven't got lima to explain to yoa tbe President's views about it in thia latter. Ha says he aeane to keep a tight reia over Taylor, and not let bia do aucb, and when bt dr a do any thing, make him rsport it to tbe Government through Scon. 1 asked him if ba vasn't afraid of making too tall a man out ol Scott by placing bim eo Tsylot'a shoulders, and he said no, he should look out for thai, and if ho tea any danger ol it he should make Seoti report te ibt' Government through Mr. -Trial.- : - - After vt visited Angusta, and Hallo writ, and Gafdiofr. I tiled to tet lha President 10 go out l Dovningville, but he said be didu'l Hunk it vould do for! moat wreioie rnsuner, iue views w ant fcim to stop any longer this lime, thoogh I Coun, and benee be vai uniformly stlsl ihert vss no place in Ibt country that he ted for lhat purpose. I was moie snxioua to see, and ha pro-j Geo. G. alto atated that in Florida, a m...,i ,h. -.. li..r time h ctuid tel. misunderstanding arota between Gin, to make a flying visit there. 1 arwed him :i I . a..!.., II....I: ll Wnillll illl lAt flat to to out ai d atop a day or two, as I badsi'l! seen uncle Josbus or Aunt Kea.ah or any , reepondeuce ensued, vhieb proved per of 'em there for a long lime. He said.jfee'ly iaitafactory to Gsn. rwtggs. One certsiiJy, by ell means, and he vouldlof Gen. laylora communtcatiow, to hurr- back to Wsshioirton and l ok 1 round two or three days and aee. w list - ,a best to ba dona about this Mexican! i,.a.h ,-M..li to the Uu 1 w.r bjeioesr, v ... 1 K,A,:aht on fiom Uinersl eoit,!awe l"""" -...., ,uwm- teemed to be attinC into someth.ag of they b.d over tteo. snarl. He e.td be woold have thing. .11 j lion eeem. to have foreshadowed thedee .! r. ..I bs the time I trot back .lung P-hea tbe fame of vbicb haa spread evti in Waifhifteton. aa that wt could mais 7" - l l - up' otn intuit sl once what is beat to bt dent?. r' , YnoroWmend, MtOHACK ifrfjn'SlKC. Col. tfonfyfWrf 3V fftaf ftia famoas'formeotobtwtred.iiit impoiiihltiocrowd JMissooTi bor have One more R than Get. In, any vbtie, evto a Jetler i. This aetma ' T ..l. .. u.., ...a. u. HnmdJ - . . ' ' ' ' 1 1 J l Ula I UIV lvl."T a... - j t??y; ' , rcmnl Aifftitaw w Cea. TeTiar. Os-e ef th nwwi MtiMfit areeif tt reteewii r r" ss el ska gust here, m lelleeti J' adttary brew re pea j ehspUta t fame Itave ktca ibrpve,iewaw tokirsoe. Mf u stsapeef aiure. Wfc ae i!ase aad tkeefSctr. fee UMI eU.Xieg asik it ga- vcrtt t t- 4hm Ntftit, tbmit f it wtl at toclH ti, U br)iBa MtttttM tl frtt as4 gtttfaj (IiH.'rttrr4 aciiUr otUitr, iik tost iii(rKT to ceriitkerT: ef qart fcaild. It tMbact M atocp; aadfrva ikt girai tqtttUtaa cxerrUt lit utwl9 y, ,f kaa Ud lia itwimilj above bia terabit et undergoing tbit eatt fatigue ihtetigb vbkb te baa passed aaid tbt keamoekt atd aavaaaaba ef FleiUa, aad the aul a ore teceet Iclda el Mexico. Hit faft ia itpreasite ef great deUra'aa-li.-by at still at softened by lb lindliei fceliagt ef tbt aovf, aa to lenJri tbt pet feet etranger prepoaaessed in bia behalf. Hie bead ia laige, vtll-deteloped ia tbe anterior tee ions, and corned vnb 1 cede rate quantity ef bait, no v tinged by & to loeing pencil ofnae, v bich be iraripetttd oe one tide, aod braahed dtiwn. Ilia eye browe are heavy, and extended evei the eptit erbu; tht t) e giey, full of Art, and expresnvt when bit menui pevtrt are called into play, yet reposiog aa if ia plea- seat quiet, w ben ia erdietry. Ilia nose ia straight, neither panakiog ol the Grecian nor Koaan order; mi iipe tbie, tbe epper rlra, and the loam aliihtly eroiecting. Tba outline ol bia face is teal, tbe akin wriakled, nd deeply embrowned by the many tropical sunt to etbicb be baa been exposed. Hia aanneis are funk, aoctal. aod no one ever left bie company, with out leeliug that be bad baea mingling with e geadesaa ef tbe Una oldsn tines. He at times appear a ia deep medita tion, and ia then not alvaya accessible. In bia ailttary discipline be ia 6ra, and e specie all orders emsnatiog from bia of fire to be rigidly enforced and obeetved treating bis aca not as belola or alavca, but exercising only that coaaaod wbicb ie nereeasry for the good ol the whole. j e tot younger emecie unuci eta, nt ie peculiarly lenient often treating their little faulta aort with a faihet'e forgiv aeea, than with the judgment of a rulei. In hia ceneral toilet be doea not imitate tht beau Bieaaels, and band-box daodiea ef iht present fashionable epoch, but ippe tela bia petaoo ie wmson with bia age, and baa ao greet predilection lor tbe uni form, la this, kovever, he ia by to means peculiar, lor e majority ef ear re gular mtliuiy gentlemen aeldom appear ia their extctnala on duty; and tbt atstiona 10 hicb General Taylor haa been aaatgn ed, have been ta tbe vara end sunny KamiIi. Kltlaiag K ty lUai doth undieas coat diaegrteable to lha phyawd feelinss. 1 have generally aeaa hia in a pair of gray bowsers, a dark veat, aod either n brown or apecVIed (rock coat, reaching lover than would suit the Hatch ed end pria bucks of modern eiviliiation. He weaia a lung black atlk neck handker chief, the knot not looking as if be bad been torturing himself to strange it before a fall length mirror; ha eomenmea weata a .white bat, resembling in ahepe thoaa common soldiers shots, not much polish ed. WHO WRITES FOR UE.N. TAYLOR ! Tha beauty of General Taylot't de spatch s a, (beautiful because brief) baa ali ened great commendation from the press. But it vas sometime tince suggested lhat he was 001 tha author of thsoi; that Ma jor Bliss wss entitled to sll lha credit which thsy possess. To piove til tuch M giings out" were bated upon trror, tht editor of the Hagerttown Torch Light publishes tbt following facta obiaioed from a gentleman who ia a graduate of Weal Point, and who was a class and room mate ol Col. Davis of Mississippi; la eonveriation vilb Gen. G , of tht U. States Artny, ooe stationed at Waahingtqn, our friend asked tht ques tion, if Gen. Bliss did not write ibe des patches. The old Genersl'a eyt sparkled with indignation, and he replied that bt htd eereed with, Geoeral Taylor upon thirtctn Court Mar tiala, and tbat ht (Geo. T had been selected by eaeh Court, to drew up its eeport, because of bia soperi or ability in composition that all vctt viilt ne to accede to him the faculty of ;etpreeing 10 the clearest, strongest and Twiggs and Gen. Taylor, fiom a remark. made by the latter, in icfereoce to tome miliiery operations of the former. A cor wbicb lie gave, at large, nis views ol me matter in. dispute, icacbed Waahington, and. aa Geo. G. remarked, vaa regarded br the geutlamen of the amy as one ol ll aa.aaa.al aklkfl fllla- a-fll Europe sud our country. . Ont of lbt peculiarities of Geo. Tay Jor'f ttrlt of writing was also-noted. In sirad of leaving, ae is customary, a margin jet the top end side of tht sheet. Gen. T commences lithe extreme limit, end fill ! tha sheet to completely, thst, aa our in- tn ha am rf lha man DCCUllellliei 01 - . , "oujtt n eauj ... wAHUXtro;c aso taj icx. -1 Tit RtAaooJ Ket tiraa Ut rU 4 axeatiee te tie reaoiaaa ikea ty Urn, ' hat keea aeeBmed by lieet. Taywr. ie ra tatie to tbe pftpaiiio ef ekruof bia to tbe aaese tttga tioicc. . z i... .e .m t ; 1 t.;..,. I acecwry tbe statieai ie wbkb yavr irteee pee- aataBIaWalrfvieWa arjpttjnm eur tngvpwmtn, eewy we- urt ataWMvter. Ana)luct ha eWWuwj llwecmduUweeiyeaaBa utoua ptftrtuioiia el eunrtrM ranukiaw awr ap-, rr.X ' "J"" I ... a y . i ftwaa a artiest, ebaaew with tbe faeaeVtt aeedil taoaa. etttaoed by kabil, OM eeoierraled to tht !fltTc ','W..i3aT a ail umawM, tuat wa "www, 10 vmmm eoantry. yoo rritirord m, ta fl? life. ' vow mil 9mtin nmtJt : 1- t.U ln nuMlaWif !h ii a Trft? pitr!. TloPr I 2l . . V , , I JLVZ tZJSZ-' !71mZry. u the gwt object f ay aafHratmia on tbe eanclo 1 eaoaa of tba War but laaaat inawiible latbe rarauaaiaoa tbat ay am ice arc yet due as tba 1 fy.MtbaeUy duljaaefit toeraand tbn ; if eiU a aoUirr.I aa aathfied, if m. bigber and more RafwrtaiUe dutkw, I deaire not to eppoasrtbe manifeat wiak of the ncofkbut I , will ixt be tbe casahJatt f any party ae clique, ad abouM tbe natasai at tarxa aocX ta fit awe ta the cbakr of chief magiatracy, tbe goad of all Mrtere and tbe National mooi would be ny treat and absorbing aim." " . , , . . The position here assumed by General lylor ia identical vi.h that taken by n. iVaaiiineton : and needs na other Taylor Gen. Washington; and needs no other sanction than that of the Father of bU Country," to vindicate ita propriety, Froca the Meicantila ConffiJrnt of the Xa-. nonal lateuigrnm. .Ntw Vk. July . 187. Time haa shown that 1 waa tight in my predictions. I told your resdeia that wl!llfcton'I firu addSt to Corre ' loreqnaScd only by that eviacMlrg te i$umUM m WtfTVnn J i ahtoa a Cat addreat to Longreaa. KicfWfc.e aiaia etetr.,! A. mmm ahk iU Wx.L aew. . that raaaaj but the 1 .?P J J ". lr. - JJL.f,tuJthuriuitxBcirtn marchmr eel te attark f ra bl iBd oCt tf padaet. - -a eoio woum cesee to corae irom r.uropel. ... .k.....;. B,,a,.r . . . after ibt 1st July. None ramt ky t lie bu.1' l,,he "m? V?" PP J hotix-Bg tba maaeiacturt and aalt of Csle.lonia.and nomort will come. Bsd-! of.ht' P?,on' "d H it info. Lqaara. H tetoed by Gae. stuffs having again fallen materially in ...... r .1 1 . 1 1 1 tuureijiniiv, wi 1110 uici curnicu pminia IU. ..!. MVAMM ltt.Aaaa.lana. Iaaaaaaaaa .laaa.a. will yet. if no diaasur befall tha foreien .. I crops, bt a large decline ia breadstuff's 111 Europe. But come what may, the losses on shipments from this country will be tremendous 1 mean on the shipments during the last two months. The imports into Great Britain front this country and the Mediterranean will be, duiing July, tht largeai ever known for that mouth in tht memory of roan. Our crops of grain art large, and it ap peara to me that prices will be as low 11 .mrnenout tttt worm next year aa .v7 Will not thia were ever known to bt. atagger those who have attributed iht rise I in gram 111 thia country to tht Tariff of 18461 Hour, grain, &e. will fall in this coun try rapidly, a exports will stop very soon, murk to the discomfort of the farmers who planted ao much grain in anticipation of a different slate of things. llit imports from Europe art large will soon be much larrer than our exports; and, by tht time tht end of President Polk's term of service arrives, wt shall be owing a large debt to Europe, which must bt paid in coin, unless tht Whig Administration of 1849 annihilate tht ta riff of 1846. Having done with the sub ject of Finance and Commerce, 1 gie you these my poor views in parting, and beg you to believe me, with great respect and regard, yours, Lc. An Jlmwtr to the Quatinn, - What ham ihi am, who had not then arrived. Some War has done to tu." . i of the papers mention lhat Gen. Cadwal- Col. Win. B. Campbell'a first regiment ,ader arrivcd al 1utbla 014 30lh' IIe of Tennesse volunteers numbered 1,000 1-;8' l.,erote fcou. the 29th, awaiting brave men on their march to Mexico. j Gen. Pillow, Only 350, rank and file, of this gallant re-! -r,,e Mw from tne ei,Jr of Mexico is gimenl relumed with their Colonel to their Vfry indefinite. Gen. Scol it is aaid, homes. . j naa communicated to tht government that Col. Wra.T. Ha8kell'a.2d regimenfof).Mr',rri8.i,rM with; Mm and authorized Tennessee volunteers numbered 1,040 on ! lo neg01"31 for a peace. Santa Anna their march to Mexico. Onlv 360 of naJ been in am endeavoring to pro- theie gallant men, rank and file, returned c"rc a qu" f Congreea to tay Gene with Col. Haskell to their homes ami j ,a Sfo,, eJBicaaort belere iVfc friends their wives and children theiri are unaWe to throw much light up fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, and oth-!on ,,,e nioveiiieiita of Gen. Cadwalhider er relatives and friends. .tnd Gen. Pillow. The latter ia aaid to The rest of them thirteen hundred, and t Airv sickneaa and hulkta. .liu. and shot, and swords, have consigned m an early grave in a foreign land, from their aauve nomea, without coffins and winding sheets, or headtnones to tell who thev are or trAere they are. Poor fellows ! mourn-' ful and vacant are many loved homea and a . n realties : but the sleeping dead know it not. They repose beneath the. burning sands of an inhospiuble clime, promiscu ously thrown logntlier; and there they a & -. . "ea . a . muni rest in quiet uu tne last loud trump calls the nations of the earth to stand be fore the God of Armies! , . , Jonuborough Whig. I'L. ... ... . a , j- . mn. r vT . V- , .,a n.a Reg1 ment of lolunteers, which has just re - n.na..t . r a . .!!J1J2 ginally consisted. ..... wa.- Hivu, vi a.uitii ii ori .M. - . J hia rcifiment was in l.i.l. t. t .. HO battle. haVinir hnin omuU...,) i ... .i:7l" , 8U: llinrr iVin .toiia-ai. it,. T;- f i. . a I 'O " "aaF -alio ..ll' vllilllUO , 8HU yet, says the Iuisville Journal, over one half of them have died, or Mere in a dy ing condition, by diseases contracted in lhat wretched climate. 1 The Turkish Government proposes rai.ing 10,000 Christian seamen, tn serve in tlit navy, in conjutictjjii with Mussul man mariners.. rum U . t- Da. Jiaal. t TLiTrRT rcoa iicxicu. I , p I lib aJL. e!atce tltree tlavt latrt tbi ear tftviouhr ttceiveJL iYt enakt frrat lliew si trtiee 4 rxtnetaTvbkli are ciwa be law. we bad ta tneaa ee evweacea m that furtnidalle. fearful eppesitioa le le aaona et vjbkb, 10, u-a way ,enuueef ear .,wmmwmmmmm ,,m, Mntilrd. ittt!erisier. Bratrmlitina? to ..fatf pl ej rapilad. .. t , v J wntrn nu ma martr urn v&mjw.wm w V"; We' bear taothire efl ana annihilate l.B. PCOlt Ut Bia ejuar:erf at riiCbit. SanU Anna, it aecma.'iovever amlt . t v am.. . i...aaii awea wa-ova vr vu narra. a a at wa avw. taw aa riaetat ia aw a, a f tiove be may be to play the dictator, it ral Alskaaa, that Gee. Setu vis atU aipa ther aby ia proclaiming bia prefen ncei tbla r the SJih Jane, veiling reiaiarcr j he appears to think that be eaa get along-.' atata. aa be thinka it set ajviaablt to tBOtign aBiBua 0 nit - snuci sMRwiig, 1 be can keep the government tooairf. though resting on a fraction f a ministry. ' The filca before s rontalo fufl ret icwa f theepinkma ef tlie diCVrent Bevapa pera throughout the country, whkti ntirn ! bcr about tventy, and with but one unglt J exception (in Durango) tliey are fully ia j faf or of tht war. ... .R..i,i;,.M .v. iw.t,' "-v. r--.-..v, -----. containa a lengthy article on the auV-! of tbe Dictatorship. Up to that date ! yect tSinia Anna wax not proclaimed, nor had be proclaimed himself, na Uiriator. la deed, the Monitor ridiculed the idea that , he designed to become ent. Tbt minor 0 lhatffec mhifh prevailetl , ,he eapi uUU 1o hatJ or5 inaled .JU, and . i,t! z t. 1 ben P9- 7 M ,B Jf j I viiv..... vv7U....j. ... J Congresa rnel at the capital at last ro me awn, anu uie frornwiwH vi 'IT a reeras, waa loat by one vote. El Raxonador, the peace paper, aaya Uiat it bat iccoinmended reare only be- cause it ia ronvinced that the Government vtuuiu imji vi toiiu nu, wit : -. , j fiua very rmiclt, saying tnat Be ta ine cm Iir man in the country who can keep alive ..wa,.'I,,"V .. . , i he legislature of A tntnal.entcs had: 1 nt imiiiinr m a ntnai-Mi.ia nan given ita vote to Gen. Almonte. A letter .., . v. a- iromyjaea eaya tnat ania anna naa vttn tinanimotisly ttomtnatct) President by the aaHTgraitiiuiQ ii ilia, .'lair. Gen. Valencia had reported having ar ....I t . ... ..IT .1... Vial. rived at San Luia Potosi on the 8ih of June, where lie look immediaw command of the army. Gen. Salaa had also arriv ed there arid taken charge of bit post. ;- It seems, from what we ace in tha Mo nitor of the 11th, lhat Santa Anna and (Janalizo bad M made friends ovew awn. I anu, eoiiacuucmiT, iii a.wImiKid or ttit a, as - - latter lor nts conduct at Uerro Uoroo waa dropped. Although it waa reported that he had been appointed Governor of the State of Vera Cruz, ht waa to be employ in the defence of tht capit.it A letter from Tuxpan, of 31st May, aaya thit the inhabitants are ao much frightened there, tint as toon as they saw a vessel approaching the port, they pack- , ! ed. up their beds and ran to tht woods, whcie they remained until they were as sured that there waa no danger in the town. Ne Orleans, July R. The advices from Mexico to the morn ing of the 20th of June, ant)' from Pucbla to the 30th. Gen. Scott had not been able to leave Pucbla. He was wailing the reinforce litems under Gen. Cadwallader and Gen. have bee1 compelled to conleat.tltettoaHl ; whh the euerrilla parties, till he was bu- ynd Ceiro Gordo. Guerrillcros fot;k aJ ' anta8e. f every defile to resist his pro- arcM' ,,.s ,wss " Iavia 10 ,na" e,cn, w i vcrc- ' 5 'ie Government ol tlie city of PueMa ',as ')p,n entrusted to Lieutenant Colonel t 9 i. m . a a a .a -. ,..!-..:. m. Beltoii of the 3d Artillery. From the Natinonal Intelligencer. Extract of a leUer raceimd in thia city from an omcer u ben. ool (Imaton. . SaltiUo, June 12, 1847., Our troops are nearly all taken off thia lino and ordered lo Vera Crux, and vt ait ( hi inner 030 na. , JU SO. V aienc I a, I mho 'PPoiaieJ to iht auprtae; ; enmenand ol tht Mexican errat. ia ia Saa! litre in rather a bad fii. . Geo. Valencia, "" wi mo mrxican aintfi a iw oiv '-rg.ni.ing hi. foroe. for .Both.l J - - a--.., W VTI1III i nVIHIHE ..j .1 .t.:. a" BiH I il n aa. la I . k. . .... al.aa.aa ..ll.a.. i.u ,u numinE, ne leineiiwnftv . . a nu lavneos ol our Uoons We heat of troops arriving at Matamorossnd Potnllaa- .a . . bel, but immediately they are sent for by Gsn. Scott and we ere left alone, 4Ve have here about fifteen hundred men, all told: one rtfiment of Mtasitsippi, one batt.lioa of Vrrginia, and one ,eomp.ny o North Carotins. In Monterty oat batislionnf Virginia and tht Massachu setts and tbt North Carolina below, keeping up the Hoe of eomrauoicaiiou. I Tke V.ii.Ut UJ f.ii l-Ua etWrJ - , . . . a tiat anal gmaMjr wa east atee et bet. aeJ art fcwedy tegtgei ia litg aa4 cwrtptiais g Uttat aaa, wbe axe Mber,e4nI,aaMX9tltekara. fi fax'a reapeey aa U te be alrta tyjwfa order, a4 be aa a f l disci plianraa aad good diUl c &m3&Mi tlTt tbey vW teplare ear two I4eta aegl. meats, aad that tbey caa to-epted Ofea. Yt vett ttiapete'd to lljj k aeaa.' y f tba at frtt,bai c4 asy M(tt4 o etareeegea ttfit; f art, aa tbe e-piuet4ta..tff sraetita letttr'e tilcaUe te :xs.5aAi Tbe New Orlf tBt Def tbe ftiiieai. fiyn "The crcarv ef last teeaiag Itaraa Jiera pMiiegrra that (act ee tha aaif h vw u-wi'Ui4 who urs uaa 10, WO e,ee. aa it ia poa.ti.tly .d thM the Mtxereaa waul make a trtag etd aaarebce ee the road betveea Paella ,ad the teapiul. , AU etaaaakatioaa be- , w eo eta Li va and i'uebla art catattly eat off- A largo eeabtf ef melea v tie takte frea a tot at Ytia Ciaa aa ikl Silk . ' bit, aaid te U 1300 in ee.btr. Tbe a-,.. t.f. U .t, r ,v- 1.- -a """r were immediately pet ie i peeled ef kavint ba4 etas treat, btiegsae eeaaeeuea w iita the gueirilla party thst leeTx the a General Cade eladrf bad Ptiebla. . Use. Ptllew vat aulei. arrived 11 aet ea tba . road by It ,y iacb ef ' the courier, and a at fighting eve tsegiouadv? , liter naOretm-Tkt Boeteaei titors aavt reeiivea uregao papeia 10 iba , 6,,, jtwtf by lbt ,,! tli . Starhag, coniideratly later thaa our ilea, 1 be additioeal iaforaatita thee gain frta ij,,., bwt,,. j,oely that the Legla , iooiaed ee tbe 20tb ol Dereabee. baviag passed thirty ivebiUi and und.y ,.,Alaiintia. ifflmie tha billa waa aaa , Abl,Delkt. bl)l ,bt 0-,f p,,Md wt b, lhf cMli,ilfc0W, .0i. The pilot b II ffabicb ve spoke yesterday wee fiua! y B.,. lllllffl. ihtUtri ,d Coemy Courta liavt beei e,uMi,hed, and the bale territory dti ajedjinlo r0ilMie, Mr. 8. K. Barlow is I - - auibonxed by aa actef the Igwlsiaie to open toad scross tht Caacads meuataias. Tbe vhtle debt ef tbe Tet tilery isci timaUd at 110,000. The citizeas generally are represented to be bappy aod te a prosperous condition. Previous to the adjournment ef tht Isg ialaiure a aneaonsl ie Congress was adtp frine iht txieaaioe el tht laoe af tbt United diaue over ine a erritory, sad lbt ergaoixsuoa ef a tcrritoiij govia Bient, Com. Jldttrtutr, aeaetbi IXlx From tht Sandwich Islands. By tha same ateival Iroa Califoroia va have Seadvick I.laad papers te the 16th af January. The Polyeesisa ef thst dale is asiftly filled vith accounts ef our war . liks doings in Mexico and California. It announces, boveter, tht arrival cfW ty barrels ef flour from Oregon, which it , -saysesae io good, lime; tht Bumerous-. k men-ol-war in tl.e Pacific were ,V,eil'ng the Sandwich lslsodcisuJ-ol bouse sjid hnme. -.'!; There ia seme god-naiurid..baniering.. . beteete tht ediiots.ol Oregon and Ilopo-. , lulu. The foraer invitea tlieiidwirh , I ilmders to leae their homes, and settlts,.; ia Oregon, vhtrs tvciy map ie a lrilVpl- -rf J tier; to vbicb tht.llonululu man rsplir ... tbti the Sandwich J -landers hivt BP.tjs. . liah for tbe fogs and lever and, ague .4 .. Oregon; all thsy ask it hal the Orej.oj jini i ,t vill send hem ph nty el floor aqd luavf i-, end iske sugar, and vqffte ia .etchire. . A sensible .Botioo, that, . - From the Iaondon Chronicle. t," r At far ap the sus.cess.of their. aililr., .. operations is. .concerotd, nothing more,, . conclusive can bt rqKtifed. that) the laie. aovemeatt el iht Umted, States' generals tY, agatoal tbe focee thatthe Msxjeini have v: been .able, to oppose to them in tbp ll is impossible ;to ttsd tht acetentt.of theas .a.ucceaait. actions .. iOtovl t0". . thing like a feeling .of contrnjpt jor tit . beaten. party,.o f troBg aa ,t ffec do il " " triumpha of miliier y prowtaa eierciae nn . the miqd.. . Almoet despite. of the elf ims 1 of justice, spd of compaeejoQ for.ihe count- Isaa and unofrrn.iting thousand vipe f'K are inextricably bound up wth thpae oi the beaten Jroppe, one is tempted to ex . claim, thai. ley who know o ill ho v lo defend a 'country are not worthy to P01 seas one. The ptizt of empire so sll ma lory i Ul's us bears inacribcd upoo tbt legend, ptlut fortiori. ' Chinese Jock in New York. There. arrived in JNrw York on FrithiV last, fnl f !miiiin. t'liiiia.M mmiiI at Junk. Sht vauii'ii, , in Mono rau, v vas bound t England, and put into lSew v Yt.rk lo refit. She bad becu two lim- tired and tw elve daya making her passage. She i. of the burthen if about seven hun dred tons. Iler commander is an Eng lishman, and her crew eonsiste of Mea Englisliinen and fifty-Chinamen. I'he New York Express aaya ahe i ujiltke a slttp brig, scliooner, tesnter, .eanal-baU or .any 1 other crafty f Her stern appeat like iwft or jhrae pop decks piled one above another, nearly fifty feet above the water illerprow. ia nearly fqttare, and open in front,' .Slw ha!Uerie.r walke owiaide, extending from the etierir to midships.