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.. . m t rr 1 r mi rm m m m m m mt TO IP 1 lil l;f, N 1 fl 1 1 fill. 11(1 t a. 111 I f I X I f I H I I - I V tl I 5S 1 F3 I fl t f I 1 f vllflilfl l; wllra&i mm ; ' eXlOM; T i! CO' 3 T IT li 'I'Su N Til E i LA.WS-f ILE Q II Alllf I VN3 O F O tni'H BERTT.. VjI. v:ir: s - W I ' ia HI ai" u i: u k li.tiv.. 3 t'u tsr at), i j 8. no. 1143, rem. ri rarer ii "v.'. f f 1 thy Tour rick aoil. Etat"2. Uir: trllcr llraainga poor O'er every UifL" .r Fom the l.arru-rv,!le IIr!J. Ma M4Mk4f VitWA A (Vrvf Wtti mni BytS- mfi nit y to impart nffll TW AtfU...v (liiit I d.tinltv understood, and the re. medy Wru.fi ppami ( but lei m rme upjxe tltat IrB le lit nmi h t nU to the produnir point, it ill ronlin ue o. ir-a-uinft!. To nfaiit it l.e mu t ron'iniiO lliete fame mranf, in a Ir dfprre, that lifr itseii to rrUi iu It mar N ijbii tkn hei!rr lumin; in gre-n or dry reeiaW, ia tlie tri tju; bat thfie ia tin qimtion that toih jare . liitl piiiel in iht distriit. If I ! foil! J arale farnifif up In a jM ap Ipreriaiiort fif t!ii fulject, I !iould fetl that 1 bad dne t'te nmnfrj iomr srrrice. I lua ttou.u le I auniricni reward. FRANKLIN. Th rr" pieuiri of tlie r!!on f:if tnrif mibMittUfrUttfZt.A',i , . far the j'rt ertf,-ilicr than" roiuinu ' A f EETCH C? ' ttUHI 1XB IltUC fEETUtS M. Emto: la my U, I pro niwd to rf hum the aii'gm tf jurnir iu grewi 4 JSt3'r, j lifli ei -.....,. Tim 1a r.it ,eth ah.mt h iai. r rm in ri! er aSiatt !taa liwVr the ifn-hiur Uw of irf"!rtifib, ta tura rnrn & a trtr port ry irtrmU " , A 14 1 wVWk in tin ifjr.fcP'r a rie l druferaJ n rtn.nJfra for tLa tal i throughout parw.k rr;orr .f Kia rliar. acte thaa l f eTI rf agttwn ,ea i!it rilt ir of tk .Mfiwa" dad br-n rnitnly rut off, aoH fear tLourand Unrrra aitd icfantiy mtrt at the rnerey cf t'raf f balirry. the fire f ir.e it artille ry uddm!y r-d, and fur 1 C-rr r. un df r il.e 1 lotti tii n rf C tnsrr , t!ah. 1 : : nfM0.uerev.,!di;en4T.vJa,-.eH f-r, J?""" JJ l'x' . hie ol UT " eainpnf;at Aca Nurn, in lk tuirrtJ ' , , - . , , r V-u Ti i.u r.- 1 o t ed to Iiia prrene, la n lie e iriely of hirh, on the 17th of Noreoiiirf 81 ,, 1 m 1 . . . . , ' , ... . ... - . . tat'd that lie Iia-I wt-n arnt bx m ex- tiltoyaialMaridliraiataner. 1:1,, . , & , at phki'i)mu i.r in in ixitra roaj General Zaehary Taylor, Tit rtcj-Ir'i rerifis fcr tte WITH COXFItEHATlONS IX PATOS OP . I1W EI.ECTIOX. a;U&ata4fweBSMirstiM T!are lib frelirp. tl ia iirposatift 10 dffblt, waa ra. I ka aiffl If iouleta hi vofd. a tWnf BOt fclely, U ta rrt rrtvt a4 fxl -. fuf b,,. He Ul DO cooeea! aaj tLua inJ.rJ at ihaiMK) afj M ... . . . . ... - fta U9raauKit of rretJai I . - .1 . . : wtwat ar roue. BIT I MAIX CO EI.;w. wayawr,nana,iyi ifiWKf TKEft. 1 rare aui far rratX M At4r 1 to Uat client ibey ha ramrd him. It mt imi Bcua aaKwra r art acuui m a aac ; 0 titanar ji"B nwi ty me city auumniica evo btate, b cedar jit . t . . 'la Anna and U:e Mixtfiin nrT t tMrifn-i' '.' 1 1 , , , ,, ,. erf and d fmre beyond 51onti rey Surli f . t .... . ;..: . r,iH3-fed borilrM. lie i.t il.ia .i....:.i..f 1 1. !" 1 1.1 protfu a m-e in fain nn.e.i . -.,. . ivrr ai'i he only wanted (Unrrrl Sir. i far fee aeUa aaKiwa art about la m aaci; 0 u inner gtttn tnaa I : $tt4 ty tlirir roMi.tr). Bt ai.V tUmi ttB ' 0f Lafsrrte, ia Uia 1 S -llS n rwpowt to a fmn " ... . . J dial Surb va the apuit il.at avayed luaj xur anJ ribluiiiM oftba tmtt -irta. nulie antil, and had be fahrird lien, had , itrr the brat aae etcttmnt I t reredrd one airp, ruin ii.eiiuhlem.uld of lha Uule, mttttto& bjr --lirgi of poisant hare been the t owrequenre. The aafciy ' aanw and fain; ami that ar. after all aa a of Iiia own eoianmnd wJJ, reibapa."i t k iarbtTBrirnMi;iV!;tl.etutIic8tiie!0uf , ' '.... anJ arar ajllancea in the alSre of the!, iJ Hudtiif to iht war. from trhHi itui r:..n.iJ 'Mniur-d or d.irm;.!. C.enA J hca Kceutli returned, ba furtfcer SSeotTa landing at Wra lrui 'fmtn.ud.rrn!"lcd! aal ieiPimi!aRiii3iiur:ictu- ' r .Tr , V. , .r " !rr., 'I M proved a iue In (an fn.e, yrt - - cf pa.- I ne e ia a pr.nrto ibu n eaat-1 - "- " - 7V i T i " ied by Uenw.il Seoli on the '.;.', ; , .1 . . Ii ' -I ' i hrre wa he on ikathatt e fieW! Where in. peart.-whi-h -mef yo,., reader-1 fS.!? -' hw 2 f J-nuaryf fr..r Bnoa b' fih baule ed hottest .,d ih. b..w. ,11 rtMlku Th? i. .anther iMtigW : -f ,r fc. WM .'4e4 to eWai. .Hi;ei f,tt thi. kesw ihrre he au. in hand, -e,ij your bread ajon the water..-, - Ar.apffM.re..fll,efartrry o.nm Ml ,, : ..nj,.,,, hi, I caludy turretine tl;. it.u?n,eni. of the retro. , . . nrnir. and wriehii-f ihe rlunrea of the . iuru -ar in mild mni inir , , , . nm f.. : if .:,i. i .: ....i , k...!. day. At one time .the tthole Meaifan imrs tiiiiiruii niiii a lira. 3 uitin ui . - . , . M; infantry and r.alrr. Oiue rr.J.re. the,.. .kJ '"P" L" .,ie ff ,br tonie of litem very entlnmaiiieiillv. i .... . he or.ig'ii Ma imle loree to war attain! . . -i ror tlie pi e'iu i inienu iu tae me iai -" anI i:a diakullica. better than to f,r my mmto. not eai.nj greaily hMlin i "" purpoje oi uunuinsj up a ma ' n ,e ..refore. rri-lifd to CJei the return afier a time i to me or tn wiartynngiown. uHrr,F,..lll'c-'&.ou'MU?rMiiniii from Agiia Nue.a. WraI hone it will be to boih.tlv entertainml by hll the prpriftora. and ' i,,i. .'t l-Vlirilwr. Bal f..l!.at. al I'.ut M my m'jrrt: I metnioned in my IjuH C'anot V r-J and lis e, aa proiniaing ! be (nod green rropa for turning in. The brrl growa rpnunenuly on uiotl of our land, and would therefore arein eidier a protidintial provinion for their renotattioii, or ele a btHimlleaa waste of m - 1 .1 : . t .1 . . a . N.iHif a. i..ca.fl aail .aa. i Ti i III . ' a 1 I CWn-WJTT IIIB UCrillWUWU PI m rHI. Ur f. a. .....I. .1.. :r I I. a. .aumi i.imu iniiiva. e if ani aii'". on ff''Oii auiaoruv. titaii .'.. . . . t . " r i unu pprn'w . g.at. c dm ui- , .in .uliuuiii ther.piiiiiutrwit,Mfiiiltotlielua: . t . ' .:.u .ii lua aiaff implored hint to retire, but he cotton mannueiurer e fMieri nan! ; JtW. of ua li... bkh I am nw iti. nT . .7 " . I t V'c bded them not. Al another, when the tru Nin. i.n viaiii.ii ii in a..v riviiji. tvLi i ii i .m;.i..i . anocK 01 a uiiiiice rnnii. ani otiin armira. . . . .- birk. baa ..grml t lake tlOO.COO stork tb. point. ilnn milea in a-hance of Saltiilo, fought with ungual de-pt-raiion. Our men "Y,1 J rl'. .Ltt.hMmrhecomii in this to. n. and to erert a large enilon ' J " here all tl.t truf. in pent, were a one to five, but llir lark of num. jlJ1 mill. The d,t2f r - thai Fcnnay v,i,i will 5" . ne wa. made op by their almo-l auper-, . ,1" ?i Srii .. . . r , 1'urinine. u nnu uu pimiioii, uiik-h in vum i.. i. I'l. ;..r....... .11 il.ui s"i'imi 1 vi.i. - .-f II lie I'iwhii aaiaj ni. fttiaa . , a I IT,. ..I i. t , ci a am...i,rn re r iib in ia iiranrn 01 iinuiiiirinre. ...... . j j.. . m . i ...nuuia iipritia uitnii'im nw ir .n 111...11 , . .. . a. . oorjy wooxo iu mil wet, uy I.W MirecniniriM ai . - .. . On a liarl-preffU roiuilill, n I'migcu ri-aannable nwt arcrdaitt iih bat r.wluch . he i well ndij.ted. u imminent. wUingu. to wbiA my ia aiJ tUe poMiun wrantw ciiiibl exec me nmlereireuinManera . anJ jn iV(,5(jn). ,he guj. we tdaerre in tht ceononr f .ure, and ' lr 8ilc '" he 'onipany, all of aflaira here arr fully wminftrnfatcd."-- , most ftxorab.e. but the artd.ery as die , preff a JUiance all the appear therefore, without doubt, is ntrrrt.' Is it ,'f.lw,er.n WelUfilte and Wheeling, in : W jaM p. 352 n.am Vcl.at.re in that doath single he eiietl not eon.olatory.totlu.ik. wtr ha.e n- t got Virginia.- Thus mal-er. stood un.d the inot.img'netory Io matter what fnglnful aam ,n,IieV,,Ine. of grief. that will 10 g sorer ih wide world. h....u? e..,. ' . - of the 21s.. when, the army h,-u.S stid, were hurled agamst them no matter , , J f Ke,aHcU. it..aurh...rhri,r.spurry.&e.,lore.,!,. - A HUMOUOIS SPEECH. encampd a Agua Ne,a, the enemv, whether infantry nw?Fhp.mMUlhTtr IJutinaf.w momeni. sate o.ir aoiU fv F,mn the tenor of some h U'ef Itepresentatives.on the ;mre than twenty Iiouand strong, under Jose with il...rrisls,, and threw them bark. j j . (, , rf m)A of oar agrkulu.nl writers, on. would 27th. Mr. Linroln made the "erark Keneral 'Santa Anna, wa. reported to .Manned and l.fele.. Ijeneaih the .teady. .ending the a..Je of U,o falley think ihe farmer were under the ..ecsi- il"''M fth.l,v. He is a very. able, be advannng. and ficneral Taj lor ..nme- iwieewinp Idaze ..hnr well -manne,! bat- ltcaj ,r w af woril fe. ty of importing guano fro.n the lVrui Ian J '"'. :neM.li, honest, ttpright man, and diately fill bark on Buena ista, whi. h- tenee. Ihrtre .1.1 tnt-y rhange the b. m.,ved until they reach : i - i. 1. .i. r c i. i- and e iretnetiinM Wir i'luil ., from iia trreat natur.il adanlai?ca he bad tune a of the day, and in the lat temfie . ., . . .,.,'.. i. .i.. .t... IHalllUV. Ill llll.allll UI fill , ll'IJI ?UUtll . I inoici. In lurni.ll lua u heal nil iiilrn.1 i.iiorniiim frmi. 1'n.nr fur hi rlaivrr. fed Hfttf anweriitsr allfhe objcrironX tai.J previous!)-'aeiertcd as hi battle-ground," charge; when the Mesieana bad drinn ayiinM (.Vn. Taylor, he turned hiVbat- TJie clouds of dust that'roHed in. the" dis-" back the infahtry and were eweeping Y upon (Sen. t!ass and U BaTijiiiore ' tanre towards Aea Nueva-.'on iha.alorg like an avalanche, and defeal seemed- enemy and delivered thi ir fire wit!i snrlt deadly ainf that he was .oirin precip. tate retreat. As Hiey emerged itom tne i u, I.. s- ..r siAn irrv t sallU imt9'"IHIM( .HI 1119 flltiia ; uwiir I " ' r -g " , . . - . , .a from all Habattlc-uel,"--aud .n.usoleums iFJf.ri. After sbowirt that (,'cn. Cass morning of the 22nd, ; signalled h.s certa.... a st.ower ol grape arreted ito-.r . J(U ten,n- grai.,,a,iy relaaed Iian a curious Sit ol marrninz f omnns. 1 lie jnny war quir. r"'Br-. - ,-.. ...... .... ll,i11i1p.n1.nf -vn.Bion.nni i sTeelHiC n inr crerze to eon- " , i-umi aa nm ji-, --. ' r -1 - of the world, for his corn,' wheat,' lurr.ip and other crop. If this is bMik farming, nl bis" supporters prmeiple", varytn wit ! M-atm it'riMintil liirrtiop nnil ViullPT AS tllPV - ' . . . . . . a . a- a. -. - a I I -a... - ... ,-.- .-- . .. . .a - who eau wonder that the orarlieal farmer .ungeneie., eartn2 one stiaile at tlie !mtli l-roarn 01 oama Anna was miowu 10 1 iun, me name now ragm lor neany ten natfteA alontrlotho work ofileath. Ami ia Mmiaed tu it Ii- Tlie esnerimeots and .and another at the Smith, he turned his General I aVlof' moved forward to the JioursJieiu pf tf jhe JasL'rf ne MSl,tT-vihcu.ih'mJLUh:in were Fei n 'flvinff be aoreulationsoii these aul.ee.. are cood iu Attention to Mf. tfersbn; "who" bad aaid, point wncrelie I ft ten (Ted to wail ineatiars. nago Mid slaughter, botn part.ra .eeinvJ furt. them hit emlnisiasin had rearhedits i... .1 1...1.. .1 ... in lia'eneeeh the iiihtr t'av. th.it ihe 'III enoosing mis, ine same roiiipreuciiMc will ...a.. . -! ' ' ' I .,, inff toeeafe me cnnieM. icniromi ,nnmnt, unn, .,,,1 ,j, 1,mar in re w . m a r m m mum m - r b u- . 1. .1 1 11 ci... 1.1. . iini.rmpni nun iiiiiriinff lueiira were ex- cincpii in. anil iii nir:ii 1 uviiir tiim nnm ... .. . - 1.. . 1 v .1 :.. ..1.... dilUcull O'je.ltona of soils and the nour.,." "'a' ,,au ,un,lu "Hl "y wjt :"'".., , 0 . , ,. V- 7 ,- strain 11, nesnouieu again biu again. -iiur ishment of i.UU. b.u ouht not so cou-'-n 'W hroken down horse, to root I He h.bited, winch eharaet-med his dipos.. rnore, with his exhausti d troops, on the n,r oW Kenturkv On anmher oe sta.tlvt. be obtruded upon the view of iked if the gentleman's party had turned lions at llesaca de la lM.i.a. and forced field 0r battle, ready f necessary, to resume casin, herf the ciisia was not less tin- the oractical me rksn farmer. Bat let " h'- ad h7 no "" ",fCeM San,up, ?,Mf al Mnln,n3!' , ,,,; l)'m ,0,fl,icl ,'" .t,,e .con,'n "orrow inineii.. he rode np where Br:.pS" battery ... dlCen J I TroVn To..' balloon here were foul -.Martin Van Burnt 10 root ! And wa. Soon after the l.ne of battle waa formed. Advised to fall bark, he merelv said we WM hn ,, MiJf , 0)l. M caIm as Vf Ah i , nuKble-fii Id tookitiff at a i not that old bore now rooting In a man- nd all made, ready for his attack, the ; w ill feel them in the morning; but when jf ,ie were tmin iome caw remark. rJnle atrowih of rarrol weed incrtlntmade them uneasy and ttncom- enemy came up in dense array. Instead, the sun nw again the Mexicans were A liitle more grape. Captain Brajg." e-rV 1 1LI e'mes uo irenerallv lort.blef r s j however, of forcing the engagement a gone, and their dead and dy.ng left to the An(I n,e ni0ra. vhen that gallant offi. i,;.hrfir?. mild Ue.id the friends of Cjisa were at-1 ce, monger w at-nt to demamUn . rompassion of their ei.em.es. !4.er loW hlti it would be imposMhle to Tshlir o ou atiil Lie rVound un,ptii.g to aneer at the Whigs for norni- ' ..conditional aurretider-an ; tn ttation T,o. was the greatest battle on record, h, Id his pqaitioii unless he wa. quickly Mdniaw can-;encral 'lay lor fohtely declined to ac-( perUap8t ,lineJ b). ,css lhanfiv, ,IloUsand rejnf,K, hc as calmly replied,-! and . .l;.f..l.a i al lV..aa oru litnnrimld lia.ra CCrl.T ! Irimns. ni'ur.V nil III llll'in Vllllllllrf rS. 1.liU llltaia U'ltl rolilTiiroO villi I II via . ..... .aa al.mil.l Mini .!.I mil- mull . Iini.lir, aliiu . v t 1IIV r. .v.j iiiiiinvuw a.i.v. I.. ... . . , !.- - - - ...j... ...... a. ... .j. .-w . , .v .fi awinbef will aU their, might to make 1 he enemy sun lo.nore the attnri;, as llgail,8l ,tt eu.y-one thousaud-a well-ap- by such conduct a this be aroused the f rnT.ef he. Id!. Ihe weiabla matter ol thai Cien. Cass was a military hero Le awaited the .arrival of lua rear column poi,lleU aild well-diiplined army. Tl.o.e drooping spirits of his ...Idier. and in- U tSJ f. 2w S b l. Zai he vl-o h broken hit .word, mm'hcd into to concentnte h.s fnrces. 1 he action twenty-one thousand led on, too. by one spj.cd them with confidence and hope, .mrTemi .o Canada, and ail that; and who now had commenced at half past f-mro clock ,n the jIirnons lhe ablest t.enerals of h.s !ay-a but for which the battle, which ia said' to rrn eu e rfm Tl nf,,,' "'" m.bcn a body of volunteers mMoiiom am inrBloa, as he may be. bave been three lime, lost to him. could .n!! 7?: I ' 1 ; f",'?t w i man! I he CVs men Jiad tao' military V on ,h.' lre,"e ,tft."f t.he.Ame.ri' no.les. remarkable for energy of cl.ar.c never have been finally won. 1 l7..1 ',1 TiirVv tZled In An. chieftains for candidates mhere the Whigs can line, and some bl.ein hum ted ', !'e . ter tlian.nuieknc and fer.il.ty of roi.ceps . Here, as on the Rm Grande.-the eyes v.Mi ul Seniemhee the carrot weed will J i Kt '"'7 presumed to rebuke oiy ironp m"ii.m.m.s lIon AU, ,hJ nial) who niawnaea . f tie whole nation were fixed on him. bs L full bZ m and mZJZ This is a 1 the Whigs for going after a military hero ! , cont.nned until dark with infltngadvantage lhat embatled hostf flu8iied wi.h the an-.; and eve.y heart in the land trembled, in tie in lull bloom and aeeuing. mis is., f & ...... :i:.'.. ... ! i pillar aide, when our men retired, the r ...... ..:,.,. ...... .1,. i . f i,: r... lima nf .....nnirlU'a. Initurp u ill COltilll He review CII ViCII. vass a llillimry ca-, . " . . . , " a'J. '" '"J . iiwuny t m uiiuii wi iiw vciwi. .,.....- tune ol eomparame leisure iui iuon T Mex cans remamint? in possession of the ' ir, i..a n.l rpmrned i,iL.i .i .c. . atf: .i their ui. I 4 - v . , niiv ivit ,iio van1 . inv in aiiva rui'av-b - - - - - - 1 j Mexico, at least under the conuivatice of most verge. The withdrawal of his troops, nor PvAatiilni. l a-., ion oiin.ii.tf o tt ear lie ll a. . .1 txltm A..niMiiiAnt ovnAcrtrn ti IP T a I 1 to l,Ken the land, form new combination. mm, 'f 7 V. .hut nrca.and lav on their " A'k.. , 7 ZZ L 'n.aZ'J.h . ,1 W . " . a . "mitl .llllWHiiMOW a , mi 1 1 14 WJ'MIHV -. w - 1 . them, whom the same t'resiuent h-id sent !iriiaii..n. and curses loud and ueeti strurK ghasily field' of carnage. . I ho h si gun . ,j,ere t0 Jfend the Hag of the U,nion. Jt the ears, if not the hearts, of their rulers. crowers. and oual.t to be seized for turn- iPiis. mat uie yentrai oiu , ; ' " "..J.Dn A.ix.m, , ' " - H . i . a f 1.. ..... I.. ' I flUI IS U IL'IC llici I Mil UIVH Vt Ol'-M" " . tng them under. A. they decay they bud , , . , . The American, bivouacked ... .. .... . . . I .-.no .. i. iii in nrpiit innr in urn. . won m. son, ni it lortne supfKin oi an-? j- - - . , 'i..,.. u,!,.,. tta to be the next day a . . a i. . : . .i. .. :. .i.iaiurt' w:ia nni vitv rii'.ir nnoii me sou- - - , .... . . - oilier crp, ami keep u ioose, nun iii"-: worka easier and .tauda. drought better. To add compost maniiro to the drill or hill, and your crop and land will bs de cidedly improved. Cattle will eat the carrot weed, but are not vety fond of it. (irotving near corn or cotton, it does not appear to injure then, so much a many other weeds do. It i easily killed, and after destroying the crop that come up in February gies no further trouble,' RvE.Kye is considered the least ex hausting of the grain crop, and will grow on poorer soiU than the other cereals. It is much used and highly esteemed in ma ny part, of "Europe,' for turning in.; For this purpose" it ftiay be sowed early say in October, eo as "to furnish a large mass . . .i. . ..i. I ..:n.. I ....... ..I lCI, excrpi in. il a uic iiiiuiaviiicaiuuiu.il e . . " , . . i : - . . ' f , well ai .. if he did break it, he did'nt da ,,ie 23J. 'aS fi"'J al ayl,'caK, arid maUered not; there was with that Spartan .News of Santa Anna s advance came one tfjiy thing e with it. . .Mr. Lincoln aiUe was himself some ilnmr of a military hero; he was out in the then the firing was kept up, almost with- hanj one wiM)ie t.Par head and steady da v. while another rumored the Utal rout out cessation, until darkness came, and iaiu rrasr)ed every difficulty and made and destruction oTUencralTavlor. army. a . e a a -r . i a . . . . . . - . i stopped : the etiusion ot diooii. n "C them invincible. The odds were Iright- I he onle eonsolatnm to be had was trom; ami bis adafe on the rapiial of Mexico! " Tla djret twarrtt to L. heart baa Urn to l.M.,' nilrmned. if. indeed, it had not let nw 2TTZ?Z2T , . - . mm a 1 i.CH Bllil .Nilil a ITSI ajTr a siciEMMM wa Mac waa aa Ika, bica bad rtery motive to culuvata nwiual ;noj-vili and wbkli bt would Bnurh ptefrt to are icing with each other in lha arta of peara tbaa contrmlinf on ttw fir Id of Uule." a.is Jtrgif ttr. voL 73, p. 837. Again ;lna letter to the Hon. Treman Siniili. of the Hons, of Representatives, dated Batou Rouge, March 4di, 1847. he saidt .;;"-''', - I need hard! reply to yoor eoocludlng inqui ry that I a a rea auir, and that I deem a atai. of peace to be ahaolutely oeccewry to tha proper and healthful action of our republican ianitutiefi. Ou ihia iuiottant question I fiecly conteas my atif to ba the unqnaliCrd ailvneato of Hit priuti plea so often laid down by the Father of hia coun try, and ao nrgently lecommended by him in hia Fairwell AdJrets to the American people. In deed, I think I may aafely aay that no n.an can nut mora uniiUrit faith than I do in tha wiadow of bia advice whtn he urgfd upon ua the propri ety of alwaya aUnJing npon our own ami. The .entimcnt here so adu.iraUy ex pressed is in perfect harmony with lit. I aa .a .a, a aTa aT a-a a aa letter of April 'iia, to captain Ji v. a lit son. of New Oilcans, wherein he wrote : M My life has been devoted to anna, yet I look upon war, at alt timet and under all cirrumU it ers, as a national enmiVy, to be avoiJed if cow-" patiMe with national honor. Tha pri !jlfa of our Govrrnrariit, as well aa it tius polky, am oi poard to Ihe iulijnjatjun of other nations and tha duaicnibrraiciit of other couutrica by eon quenta ' . . ti 'f r , '.!.;. ' v . j t What more could be reauired of hi nil . Wh.it more exidirit declarations than these, I am a peace man." and " 1 look upon war, at all times, and. under all fir? cumstances, a. a natioal calamity," couh lie reaiaat oJirai'-t on flies, subject, at kf The sruaraniv is full and Dosiu've. thai ha doe. not think with many of ihe. high- mettled Soulier, of the peace establish, nient, that "the hearts of the people should be prepared for war," nor yet that it i the true policy of the country " to swab low" this piece of territory, or annex that province, under ihe supposition lhat " it would not hurt us." Ilia is quite a dilTe tent nolicr: ho would wiah m unite -tha . whole country in the bonds of indissolu ble brotherhood, and to make peace ami. its blessmss the first study, as it surelv ia' the first glory of every enlightened people. He is for holding writh a steady grasp the cbtalogo. of private and public duty Mic t-tiuiiiijr im. gi.cu 117. iiioi iiur chiii- ples many be worthy of imitation by the rising generation, soon to . occupy our places aod fill our stations in life." Speech at Plaqucmine, ouiaiana, in May ' last. " '-!":" '' -r':- '-' llii Humanity and Kindneu of Heart, Familiar as he is will, human sutTering, lii-neral l ay tor s neart is biled Willi the tenderest sympathies, and quickens' to thev noblest impulses. It were uitlicult. indeed, to decide whether he is more remarkable. ; fur gallant bearing in the field, or kind at- 5 tention to the sick and sorrowful. To his nu.n aratitiora lia K,. ev,r vlnnil in tha r A. Union of a father, caring for their wants, and relieving Ihem. This is natural . aw i .1 .... T .. . . . -a'. f ..... i.i i.l ..n.l.n..a hut In fiia linnnr ho tt Ann. PI.,"t Ilittk war" and wa iut about' as ! lale itseii, no auequate oeScripiniu va.. nd al tln,8 ,he s(lest hearts quail-, the "Government organ. wnicn.aiinougii '"t "- V " -f. I.I.K k na k war. an i was ju. i auuui ..... ., r , .,;; nf , ' . . , , , . .... .... -,i .. a..i - i.i ; t......;J ken. the wounded Mexicans found in bun re n n in, ii.vvu9.cu-.ii ell, out W IlCnever HIS liinil v,i? si til auim ll too rare m mwhio mini - j -- ; - - vt brilliant advances and disastrous retreats, ' ihe roar and shock of batile, hope came 1 nation of disaster,- gave assurance that; also a friend and comforter, while tl;e.viex where regiment after regiment .-engaged j bHck an, Uieir fnirits ro.e; for such was when next heard from, he would be v fad. generally abandoned by tla and drave back five times its number, un- .h- mri nAu-pr'nfbi. naine.and such the fnnml aaMr nossed with his command in i retreating army, were never lelt unDiiried. i;i tlo MPniv. reinforced bv fresh troops. ' .,,..,., ..r u ...o.. i tinra Tavlnr.' Mmo.-..-. 'I'liis nnririiiiiv did not luinr An eye-witness, writing alter tne oat. e or " -V' .- ..." wLiiiLmiwimsiuiii - -j. - ........... - j . ... , Jnaaiilahla .! mlli... am hv the nower o overw he inn- it.i t..., .... i. f ,,11 f,.h ih. ri i.,, iha ommirv. In a lv davs the u" ,5ia a"u U"C1I"" ,,a -- -i. I - Ctl IUI 'ji U MV7 fill a...-.-- Illlll Vl'V. i-wi.M . a, - . . - - By Ae gracioua perro.n of our EkecuUve, :. ... i... -1...1- 5.-.r..i " - 1 mora1 Cicn. Sant.tA.ma returned (Vom exile at Havana, , p..-io mm on o.a, , . .....- - 1 .... -.. . ,. -r Mm , . jn ,he hospital." his suite at Vera Crua, August postt.on mnsl be revteweu am. . reauu ; tallied l.eeiy. a 1 were aa ..... --; . - . nf .,.-.., , . ttt tonneelion that it was mnossib e to beat linn, ami me ..---.-... "---r- near a fight as (Jen. Cass ever was. ,, He broke 1.0 sword, for he had none, he was sorry to say, to break -he had a musket ! He alluded to and ridiculed General Cass's extra charges, and his great facul ty of doing a vast amount of business at the same time, in three diireient places, and receiving pay and rations lor the whole! He referred in the fable of the ass between two stacks of hay, unable to eat either. It would not be so with Oe- that " he had collected all the . a. I . P. 1. wounded Mexicans wno were o-u uy . m ' al of vegeta'de matter tor be. tamed, in in ernl i.ass, lor lie would manage to eat March. This would probably be follow, both, of them up at once.. ed by a dene growth of crop grass, which Mr. Lincoln s manner was so good-na-miirKt haiiiniail in .l.n in Aiiiriiat and 1 1 it red and his stylo so peculiar, that he ...... ... ... tkcDt the House in a continuous roar of VJC1IICHIIH71. - . . , , , 1 . . , PI" Rut to have a dne ennvth of rve on merriment for the last half hour of his very exhausted .lands, is iin possible with-. speech. hclK . Mere nothing will an- out some swer our purpose better, perhaps than RIdo a little Neirer.Dttring the seeding l..wn with r.otton seed, twenty i battle of Palo Alto, the Mexican artillery, or thirty bushels to'flie acre, - After all, ' perceivine GenetalTaylor and his staff, it is doubtful whether very poor lands will ! poured il upon them a shower of canister return a profit, im the labor that will be and grape. ... Upon my word," said the necessary to improve" them. -r The judi-1 general, " 1 do believe the rascals want to cious farmer will select such as, are nnj hit 'me'!" Very soon one of his officer's too much exhausted lor. the purpose Inlf the lands in Laniens may ba very aafely considered poor enutigti to requiie a system of rest and, rea.ovation. .s ,, 5 .lu trie South, with our long liot sum mers, our system of shallow jdowing aiid close grazing of our stublde-fields,. swrn exhansis the vegetnble. mailer in the soil, which evcrv.veat vields less and les, mil jt .., reaches jilie .jiiint, of exhaiisiion which' 'cans-Wit Jo b' Uirb n out. '"Let mni In rule J with lfah, 1846. vThia event, tlieia w every reason to; ol his victory looked to . .. -. Li -I . I... l- 1.. ' ... a ' . .. . ..... 1 1 1 1 . . . .. U . ... ....... ... . 1 . 1. V. . Wieve. v.as b.ought about by Alexander Slidel! j with subsequent operations in the war' reply of hia akl. Mr. Criitenden. to Santa much alter tne m'-; th PmaiiW oivina otfir and roun- - i. ... n u....... .i . i -. r ... . .. ..i..- ...... Vtan. that the venerable catholic prelate, - a o: . win. Mexico, ii wi ii oe ncuiit-eiru tiiiu Anna, mai - uc(. i amr mi "' ... . . ., . i L . iJlSllOp LV.itlll , .' r'"i" iaa,- the service in the uaineurai, at nis puDtt04 r'a S; he was" indirectly ordered to fall back ,,," became a oaUonal molto, document, generally known as v Santa A.i.mV take Ins position at Monterey. J his was fj Profton,mdSela Manof Peace. .,.r.p,ion in eW Orleans, when he warm- -i,:..k , ni.i.1.1 nni ti.vn n.I i undcrslOml 1i hp ili intention of the liOV-1 . . . ... , ... . . .. UaSH, Wlllllill. aanivi. w " i ... ... - .- rndeT up." and suggested to the general, that it would be better lor him to retire to. a position less exposed. Well," said the general, who had been sitting all the time at his ease, with hts leg over the saddle, watching the movements of the contend ing armies," 1st tV'ridV up '"nearer, and then tljck balls; iU gq over us.' And on ba rode too a? til I more exposed, point, i but "where he could have a better view of the bat'le." .- r- ; our blockade, is not to be questioned : , " tratviTK asd cuniEST.L. " Navy Department, May 13, 184B. - Commoboie: If Santa Anna endevors to enter .the Mexican porta, yon will allow him to pass freely. Respectfully vours, GEORGE BANCROFT. ' Commodore D.vv.n Cossta, Commanding Home S ,uadron." . Executive Document, No. 5, Session, . . 30iA Congrm page a, The rejily to the summons to surrender ia a handsome specimen of the," K005I1 and Keady model of correspondence. Here it is: Headquarters Army of Occupation, Near Buena Vwla, Feb. 23, 1847. " Si : In reply to your nolo of this date, aum mifning me to surrender my forces at discretion, I beg leave to say that I decline acceding to your request. 'H ! -.'. - With high respect, I am, sir, your oliedient servant, - - ""Z, TAYLOR,- Major General U. 8. A. Commanding. " 8enor Gen. A. D.1ierr' "SiwTi Asr, f 4 Comminder-inhfff, La Encantanda." 1 eminent; he was of a different opinion. We have now followed General Tay- ly extolled and thanked him foi 1 a ............ , .... ..1 . 11 . ... a-hinh ha onmlntiI I lla. raaa.T.I.. f 1..,. If I. a anlra.,,l. I lOT t inHIS 1 hlS UatlU'S, 1I1U UUV C fVCII III..., Ul.nilV . " - ' lie laaill, IUI rcl IT VHalV 11 I- " . . . . ' ... . ' . . - r .i. ... r k i .lor ol Kurt llarri. for the hu the war." .', . v. .... 1.. . ii....: . i arti.n. iiitrinflr ina war in l.t mn ' i.....,a... i. ,.n ii,ar ... ion. the nsm2 o. n.s s.ar ai iun ii..-, ir. ..-. .6 . defed culmination at Buena were not nnrrequent. and, in border to mam- every ad RePbli u,,der tain discipltne m the army, it was some- Jr me t hU guidance, has alway. been borne in times necessary to inflict the penalty of e Rio safest, triumph. In this respect, if in no other, death; but. onghout h,a whole cam-, ine u.u v,rapue. lie o n n . soueI n,av proper y re- pat-in, not a drop of h s soldier's blood was mg storm, ne li.ettlore ptckea , , . . , piinoi- cutions no jud c al hanging. If his men. ...d stood to stake every thing ": "pr" J1Ied it fel, thevfell in baule: he7v?rned by moral .-no ll lha F..v.... aa l.-il ll inltrni. M S ("III UCUHll""l VI ... . - - ..... ....a i h-i heen h a trade Peace has ever been suasion and the force of example, witnesa di teriumation. notwiihs.anil.ng the n.an- -hf n his jradt. I e-ce diamissed the do- ine nrsi wisn 01 nia uraii. r. - - - , . . 1 ,l......annn. ...!. uanM. aaAnlii.oll 1 ll AHA fit It A icallv a man ol peace, ami m1 ubi cnri u ncm ...a..v- ... whatever their prejudices, more averse to battles. When they were brought befot. war. or more, auxious to hold in check; him,' looking them intently in the face, he ili .i l.il tf iliiniiniilll and love of human exclaimed : "These are not my soldiers. slatiohter which have unfortunately seized ; they ate Mexicans; my aohliers never the ar in which we live, That these desert. e.id mem oaca to me Mexican . -'H- armv!" The celebrated rebuke, by Na-. Gen. Taylor received ttwballa during the poieon 0f t battalion which had incurred, v ono nasstd through Ua slueve of hts coat, . ... , .. -, ., n, Ills uispicaauir, iiiaviiur n msi. t ncr in which his force had been reduced, was to fight and conquer; he did both. And the night before that memorable bat tle, when his enemies at home were straining all their enemies to raise a Lieu- tenant General to command him, and to ; insult and humble him with their vote's' of censure, he, anticipating what the morrow might bring forth, writing to a petsot.nl 1-......I 11... ' ' k:.lf. : - jii ieini, uius exprvi-tou uniicu . dav. ono passed IhrouglV tlie other Uiroath the front.