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ear" porti-e no (ml difficulty ariii fa J terrUft tl a- RfftUivat-MiQ Led beta iw rit iiit UerT Part of tha couuirV tU ! o IS. CLUt rVreak. annaU (4u hr of appM.tmenta iJtottt o-I rJ C eciw,i 14 lh TetACkry-bf io- Im" IB triii I Uatiffar, i i-pAivTurvM t nrrtfE. 4V B a aa wa a w j I .. V .(lj .L., ,J.m..r V.nt ' ,rt t Isrsl Biaa a ho ran be had fe Wttf an 1 in hniHHeJ head. real rfewr ia fcepi . . , tht eeort af lb neenl re,nv.J. from of-1 ln P?'' P" . . v .. i ... r.. ,i.. ...,:. r ... uwsiwonny ruea. 'r ' '' I,. AdJU.-rauan to gel up . rlamor on " '. 'I"- .T. L ' that ground, Lika h Van Buiea ml Geo. farntag him -M N m a&yiuroa- Ugiuin hi efEfit by placing s ATuai Aa of iu desks m hereapoa ihe 8ecta ry. fcrtfiinj Jorw rarfjABBini. iMmi stitl tprtiici, battened la "repeal th trior, by writing I Mr. Cfc<rM the luKow it g note ; Not Ofl lTMI-3 J4.t I, 1014. jJk.on.lh. rpue''i'J :h 'f ''' J I. ita fU.it and Wthful officer, in f .err branch A''"""'"1'""-. 1 , I Ve.j.leHl j U.. m ..rj, ibe., a. arfca ito aa. i ai'ttiiiiH impniam iinena ta ami !r simple jrounJ of MtUueat fpjiiou. I icvui tliu ammrufe nr atavb. Oar ibort ..M,"' ' s T"Cr Vl'.e oie moat l.kelr to trtor Umtui .i:h. Ma-da. I ma a nut uaniru dt iU oppuuriua , aiad a twr btM, iM I ail brlirn tfM tU (men! AJauwintkms bul hey ts- ',d aHr; In a a ont. ei the 1're.iJi-n!. iu I i im-w i rviMNwlt; joa aia rwulrd to my deep Mlr rei and a litel .jasfitby ia'faie, waat apprntaiW jdWiaHnt at! were aa ajauaiad ataa m jb. pnM. tLa vViriuiit aaJenaliafwaad set atalf (eel hat aaaaifeat it, W a propoaa iheie fort ftat ft laeeuaf ba beld. tWtbwiili, o fira'vtiwbsioaj to 11 Public aeiiiu&eot aid CreJiiqj oar e'ny w rrUtM-k to thk tuotrmenl la 'Monb Carolina, and their ena of tKI iiapertaaea ta aer rVy of ike eostrang'aied rratnl inprareaaaiit. aaacb m ' adaawa &ie rwtrt. Oaaj Betoit iba arriraj of U.ta tirea lb toa bad abyairiaa told aa lbat ba eiamiaed ealyf retired; sat, bawaver. aaiil jLey had art . f t 1 a r j ' r . if viva arera maa tiiaaMra actra evoara priraiau arte at saragr aataan'y, the to drfrad tbeaaarJira arera aaked. Of tioa arl.eieof eauata mir blod W eoidle. ibeae. ant bad bit rla'd frartared. Bat paitial arrounu ba rrarhed aa i4 A brea ffoportioa. aeariy all indeed,' die art. nr.theataaara marauder. Dorr. of ihne thaioct ihetr Iira oa TburaJay leo Zamor. a aioaf eatimaHl ritixrti, m9 akht. arera aeuf pariicipaoia ta tlit rkx. r -rrrl 10 Irarn. ie imnnt tb .Iain. lie. XrvA licnLl. lU arriJrntal deailia of innoeent peraona Zjaoto bad ju dmleti, snitt uea. " -l . . . I '. t T - " a I a era eaaaed ry tna laiaiakra ofucra hij, nrmaf aa Awenran rmxea. iiot TteRethodlSttbOFCbSoCtlL Frefrvl;8B.ia die firrt volley. Ono of tlw af Mr. Zamora'a imi art iiOed at ti-e Nmiheta Cfiriaiio AJaoate arr leara ! aoamlrd. ea brrs bfKi1il to tht ttnapi- 'tht uni litnc, aniirr Lt!lj aiuruiVd, ibatiberearetMneWaAanualCIereareeii.I. waa rebeat deoneiaiHnt f tbaaad bia aWbiert.a iii ixM4 fonnera. ia iheClah lauih. roerin ihetuih Luil.oriiie. A ahooiinj innoreiit men.'ycjtfa of aje, carried imo cpiiiy. At fra era Stalea ad le latliaa Temtoryr Tht prutetin that be a at rairig by. a inert 'raarha Sana Olaya two n.ru rra iiiWd raera! allprrlalelldeJa, f ll afcole, M , apertaior. ie. The;nrkel fbie ca!,Jand a wowan and io el.JJrrn takeceap. a ilehauJacf f r Klinp; the rrt!ar Imarever, were (ouuJ CI!rJ aiili brary e. from the nnrtin tie lot I , Mr. pabnl aid BtiaaioBary aoik i. eatruied tionea. j Willfey.thearifeof ('apt. IVnjvnin Wilt. 10 ilieroteff 1.176 trau-llipg piearleia.1 Attodier, proinilng tint be bad dune fey, bia brother and .tter-iM law. arte being an ii.erra. duiiny the f 4t rar,of 'muhtng, aaa ftund bot in a direr lion 'eartied affeaptirea. Tht rd mother 1 f 73. The tout nuoiler ofavperaaauairdbirb neer.arily ioilMd tbt bit armjMra. UilWy perarcied in (olloa ie; lu-r pieai brr ia ICS ; and of loral prt ac hrr vas nied tu throw a .tone at lie n.o- ehilJien. and eld to fur aom i!itaare, 3.UJ6. a hrreat if 116. lliinugliaouteof 'Went berercitedile wound. Aa.I another teyaiJIeaa 4 arge meuam-e. when the ... . ;"")ilit I onrrrenee. gie no ielraa. 1 he f ihe kiHeil war aiiurk tUrerilvou iheip IiiJune, eeuinj her. lieil her bamla behind "T" a a.. 1 t . , .. . . . . . . ,.T ,. t 1 . . j twai; but viHlrr the riiraaMaan I eauaot' . ' " rar,"w' ,ru' ;' l ' ' Wliiit bopiitg uuuvaMriily . ner, piereru urr wnn iiteir laneea ana ar. ari ti .n a it anil aiunffiriist tMitii i f-nini. Then arenmeut, atripned f lit P1'e,r' a erery otiiei ai.i.n he na. ouLe ih irawaal anJ aprBiari aa Hiiradrd. wiriMMa,niMwi ut.io. inuiHna w pi,i Hp a alone. jroaa. anu ten ner on me gronna welteim i!.rira. ia ih Ml i true Uen f-cL. fi'1 ditwi;h lilt-, fiinily ari op w tha J I j in her blood, at (hey a iippoted dead. Thi. .m an I hit IViiiocraeac aueeeatoit purl rril,ril',e ,f ' 'l " tbe riiBtry "oui.Ik! la two roctm auj kaoraU. 1 ear. lite la'je increase of ?6.t33. l he FKOM CALIFOKNU. pair wuiuan. bowr'rer.tureeedtd in rewh- t ue.l a rr.!-ririit couW; thev nrofataed a"J lh r!i-erire. and the hiiU.anf j Vm waierifulhr Mitaiiiaiy rolUeii.-iitif die atjearare Tilegraphic ileapalrh fum New "g ei2hW? ranrhoin a iuit h.n-U 10 ta irty men; lli rotinny expected no U?9 ,,f Adiniwatraiion a ill le mora K. J VA! KEK. j wI,,",rJ wm fWevn ,he " fon-' (Meant, dated oa iha 2id ultimo, men- i" "J w.ldah d condiiioa, and is now, be ier of them; bul Cen. Taylor eame iif '" "a'ifd. Wuh watrl lo meaaii ret, Jar L. nuMieaa, Eaa. Jlereneea. and amount In Imle upaarila ,, ,,e arrival there wf the barque ITtwi- wt BBderMaad. a manlae. t oflu ton higher cr.mnd. at the Proi- ,ie ,'ab", Wbai. ..pontic wju.!e. - hi. blur b.ait iia own eon.inent nrvlof fr,,Um ,u,7 dB ,,,e :' 'jda. fr. i (afrefc The dit;rueiion of propenr on ll.it ri- .. . r . ... ..... - . 1 11 rriinlreil ti lirino ahiiut the vteuteal at- I :.. r ... .t 1 !nC. pot rritorlrtl. arconlli In the re 1 M, ..i f .h. I. C1.1.. .... liaatwn iinmciic. V lour.l i. .1... urm uni wi a party, out 01 uia a rnoie I co . . - - - - , lunrr, 1 i' irrrniinn nr.. nil-, r t , - - - . ... ! tainnLle amount of puMie e-ot'; Willi re- J ,!.,., ((lreed a b-ng replv to Mr. War-j 'urn U,e ,rr,0", ' ? 1 erne puraenser in thit etel. and it it f e ! f .evenly Imraet by eno 8en- 1- -. e'epert lon.r.i." ahonf the r;ui.!l.laiit it,"i.r ,i; i,.....!i '., I . lercnae will tland at ohoal ,iai.d thai ha l.aa a himn f .J.I i lleinaB. We art It-mired to learn of il. Uy tfCh 1 .1 ,lrri.,;,.M ln amil l lii tuili-ir.il 1.. ...1.. r..n. ......... -!,;.. 1. 1,.. ' . . lfvtTiMlliminaWaVal tl.ia irauinent we have tken orra.ion ""'u "f ,h ,ru"' Iwretmora to liolire and aiilficienily ,K. ''Lv lliowii,. iheai.aaer a hu 11 l.t..wn j,,,,, ,H HtU,g ,r(.am(.j (lllll0(.fn, a. But, at it eoiuinue. b he put f.r:h. '"" "' ''' ( tout !) ihai . 1 e , wa. in ihe ea- a a wt of forlorn bom-, hy the l.iiinu ,r"u".T ""V f r ",r ' 'I"" i im.ai-on i.f the iinnmruUta Feereiarv. a and iu tWiiitoi. wt w.!l py it ihe ill- '. f anu pica- j r.i, of taipw. er. rlher brief CUM- '.'' rninarra..H.a oa- . i(rjli j , fCJ.OOU, an improremenl of more than poamioti worth two ihoutaud dollara! eaeapeof Mr. Ibnet and hit companion LOlHIuponbtlyeaitpprnlMmt. . j' .e trcounu of the abundanre of gU (rom eiptiriiy. They were, boweer. Pnfn Wrarlr. . Tho OurtW nancra raw . 4 I r ,. .. t . -.:'--" wruoui exairrriairB. port ilia lt of tle aliip Maria from I.i-j a . a a aa aa " "r I The fiiregning it but a faint ontline of '.I.. ..... .-I -.1 . .1.1 . r daeive4 a-eaerl of a Airil (Jern'iuu. n ihe firtt plire.llien.Iel m al, in what way were the gcneroiia trnliint-mt grow, ed bv Gt-ueral Taylor in thecnurte of hit eamli.hry mel hy the paniaant of the lute Adiuiniiitraiioii? llnw nij the Union treat ihrni and IrcM him? From the moment tu t a .a I.!. a . . .a . a . erorBiitr. or. to Mat " , . , . , 1 I p nonua onngt ine rnnrvinfi inlel-i'"" . pcrpriraim wniiin ine ut lew ' . . niprn-L. Willi n hiinilrfil anil lptn rnt. . . ... ... .'. . I i. . i .... . -- , V . "K'nca nut uoionti t remotit had arntcil n our immeuiaie viciniiy. .... -f . rl,:..l tl. . I .. .II I... . . j Stia riminliiWil ninnit Ilia ir in . .. I' " . 7 . " K' r " "ieI nion the rreeilom if op n on. an po- , , i im-alilonna. I. M .......a... i . a I I tl.a l.tllfilf Si I.tta'raVlaa Irld Al.Tf hlll.f ... . . .u.id...ru .v ... B. r....K r..u...v. wr,,,,r fan ,lOM,Mr ,.,,1 rr " " - . Anouierdeapalt hlrom Kew Yotk timet I that M'ttrt. Howkind dt AaninwalL of Fire In Ctlna. Neat ht rearhrd kmmM,u...;..,i..i .... r. .anlou of a greal fire at kwai-lam. lha : Kcw n.Uant annouru ine ib m-.l i I lit...! a.aaai Ataaawa aaa.aa a.aaaa k I aa aa I.I f..- al.aa. ieta .,t iiara r-at lull afaeiii w rl9l l( Ulf a . j : r k i f i. . i. f new were tared. " h " Pr":e Vf;-" ,0 1-V7- mem wi.li the L.ecaiire for Ihe time be- )uniU ;iaiIiiii lo HtMe but pi) luunii) , IH8 1 i f'....;..i I,. ... i... a '" a - ' "-aat. Bl'l a arw a a a '...-..i .1 ii .. i" ivapiim 01 ine iwane priMince. 11 w, The.bvequoi.iiM iW.m ihe lirtl Al- ' ..T ! id thai opaard of 4.t00 bo.iae. and f aaama on the 5h iuti.ini of iheir riea- Ilirra lliannn .ml fulilomla rr.. v.. HH .IV Urr.ll.IV a II'IIIIIUJUIV 'I'lHilirill fl I..-.. 1.1... ,1.. V.I.I... i ........ ; I mr ..riiiiintrii .ii.iuc. H..U Hin-.l lP I . , . . . P -" v.i ii". ,iv.i, .-nil the ir Xominee. wa. Iheit any' ibin. i,. 1 JL Un l f:'i,h "( hh h" h' "- B8VmeBt. t!'0'" b ht" "' f. f "nf "'PPOTd that ihey ha.e ..nfrieniHy or .oo bitter to be t,i,l of him? j rtd SiuTi Z o.mZi ,1 Z uU, I M n7 tJ W.ahi..,5,on. on ao ! V "n:u,, m(l""' f ,he ""fr U had over a hall a million of dollar.. XV,,. iiofhj. pertonal. bit pol.ucal. -d ti . bvllSffinr. lVWtMa,.r.nuloii.iiempl.nd;.Bn the bn.er .hen. on atreral oeeation. Knoj.lle. renn.. on the 21!!, inl. leil date whirh 'J, fnH i a iiMoua aucnipwinanr.n.-ii ,,i ..i.,.,.-,.,,,.,;... u I.. iluT...! hi. .I.i.i..n I..II I. KIAmI i . . . . . , i i i 'en in rarinut I nia cwni iih.ik i in una way, uy mo an i, m( ((0 frj,.n(j oi me wppotmun panj' aiMi pe-t, me; I.I...I ' eaijasaa, ul nerenciiy. attumeil a r!iaracif r. and (ienerI Tivlor wa rhnen by the united and strenuous effort t of the X liig paity, against a nioai iolent and reniorrei' party oppntitinn. What. then, ilot-t the Union risk? Hat it tha fare to demaitl nay, is it-to poor rpiriied at to "w i.li to have ihe oflicet oftrusi and eon fnletire under ihie reviled candidate filled dill filled hy in friend and co-parii- tnnt, genmlly iheniHlvci anwng the not aietor the revilertf Would it be pot utile in carry on the Government upon ihe principle which the. Opposition pint i .no tflhali anu ijreeily enough tr pie tcriht to ihe new Adiniiiislration! " Thetu Dppiititioh peitilemen tscm to lorgei mat many oi ine removal oi which they roinpl.iii are required by the very principle on which they are affectedly roinlcnincd.' .Mn'rfy", we believe it may be a nd most, of the removal! whichtive bcen r.ude, are of wnrin, often viol.inl.pariv'iiien. A pretty ptM lliii'g are come lo, if Gene ral Taylor.'froni a patriotic dislike of par ty policy, were compelled to keep in of (ice nut merely rank pnriy men, but men v!io in ihclite elerlionrexettrd all their offirhii influence, and often jn the most i:nuirjiii iLle niunner, to prevent'his elec tion. j We have, however, the ratif fiction to htlu ve Iliat the absurd clamor will be ns powerleta towards thoe at whom it it Aimed as j. is ritliciddus on the 'purl of its author. ' The editor of the Union may re4 assured that his hollow phrases pro. Hum not the slightest effect either on the friptidt of the Administration or the coun try at large. The people will be gratified to see unscrupulous partisans removed f'om offices of trust and ptiltttcal influence i n,..,;.l. 'I hnr. i . r.i.1.1. .int.... ; rr"'"- " raprrieui as even Whiji! .... . .i.. .... i : ! Ac. H i to he prctmneri, eoull not have jTiin uri.nii .iv i u.icri n.i.i .... i.nrri 1 . .i, Ti . .i . .mio,.. of the quotation. The old hero !. " ' ""''S .1.1..... .. l . r i .i i " l unuiirii uiiiil i any a.ij iiunj; mxiui inula anu llio whole lenor of Ins life thout lluil he would not even advance a Ii .end's welfare (JK.N. WORTH. f.s ..;.. -a or ine purple oi isKinz mm roiiai.icration inrifro beins of ib Oih April : According to the Alia Californian, the .Vlaflrifitralaa nf ill. nrin.-!nnl ... m. .u A tingle houe in Charlaion has ship. L,M,U, (, pretCBl w Uo,er;ior miih ,,, hu iioiiuhhi pon. wuiun me pan year, Commodore Jones a lo the detriment of naiiomd jn'ereal I h hilmlclphia lder gives the fol- niaje t(l various porn or the l'n while at the same lime nn man would lw'C h of (Jeu. Worth's career: . 1 . ., x twu no,,, ...a pom ,.,. paai ear, Commodore Jones a memorial of the two thousand seven hundred and lenbdes ,,,,,,, ur lhe ,,rairf of ,h, lVo.,i... of yarns, wnaburgt, khetlmga. Ae., m.iu- (;overnrnrn. hfeame , ih.ciure.1 in the Matet of (.eorg.a and j on. h. nli411i lh. .,. I he th.pmenia were led ,M ,.., -- or,i.. li,:. . 'i South Carolina. ion. labor harder to eneomp.st a friend's pn. """7 Beware Of Enakes.-Tbt arerflow eominereial. Also, the legislative Astern bly of the district of S.b Francico hat prepared to lay before the Governor and i fntiiKin. ii 11111 nm iiiuinn tt-iiniii t-awiaaiiit.i : t e ta ta I'lnaic rt'itiiria uiiriii7 iriar t a . . a . .T.kV il . . i k 1 .1 mniid fever ihn raanl in ih nnrTh.n. " orongni large numoeis or tnaket and . fommodore a tlaiemenl or the meant jto dva:,,a!.eand U. ! . . , . , 4 Caii-ii'-i II air.nalill l,i.n.if k I,;. ,r'c'' longer tnaket, ihe mot vene-. ly, and propeity or indiridualt. It it a so lll'.IVO, ...U VIIIUirU;.ll ... .I.IILt7. IV tllB 1 J . ..... .... -V . (V . . . petent exclusion of the dishonest and incompe tent, be ronsidered a crime, then the Pre sident may be looked upon as obnoiiout to the charge by those who entertain such singular opinions. If hit poverty in hav .L . . I . . . . on inai oioony neiu, ss well as at whip pews, he was' breretied, first to captain and then to major. He won, during his military raieer, no less than four bievrls nn the field or bailie. On lhe field or Pn- w . ' I ii.in. . .. i l mg nothing io serve but his country lye j iai"fcoa, wnere ne rommanueu ami gam him liable la serious charges, it should be j eJ victory oer the Indian, he was bre recollected thai lhe country has kept him "cited brigadier and again, a major busy for forty years, and that he hat not ! funeral in Mrxirn, in one of the most bril- li.nl time to learn to serve anybody else ! j ll,m "mpr.igns that ever attended the But, quote him right, genilemen don't ; """"h of an army. pervert his hineunge or irT to muke him " "w services as a brave and iudicions say, either hy word or iltt.d' thai u hitli olTicrr, were always acknowledged by Ihe he has not said. something which she did not see, and died The town of San Francisco was under in a few hours afteiwsrds. Persons should great excitement, which arose from ramors not annecessarily expose themselves in Iht water. Pieoyunt Wrf uk that the military were preparing to attack it, and that Gen. Smith had abolished all messures of safely taken by the l-eginla-lure. The Alcalde and all tht Council of lhe town weia thanlarrd bv inaiiraa nf - --- -- i Incidents of the Xew York Rlota. Gleaned from the New York papera As an evidence that the rioters did not! ,he Pr nJ P-" omcrn. The dit properly estimate the avowed intentions orJer wn"'h nin in branches of the of ihe authorities i maintain the supre-j hninisrration is attributed lo tht conduct macy of tbt laws, a physician siatct that ,he ',e f-o'nrt :l. Mason, one of them, whom he wt attending for a ' . A wtM'.,y PP. ""ed the " Placet severe wound, lold him thev never ihotn.hi Times," is soon to be puhlishedatSaeia- j eoinmander-in cliirf. for, in nearlv all lhe ! ,ne military wnuM fire 'ball cartridges. mc'0- g'e "Tuiale information j biiitlts of Tavlor and Scoll, Worth led the! Another of lhe mob, mrxl i.elive in inci-l 1,1 elalion to Ihe mines. cJaerauienin has advanced asaiiiiitg divisions. At Mon- i '"f ""'I '!'"g 'hem in their lawless acta, ! "iwn very rapidly and contains many A the Union at Waahinwinn, ant ihe 1 rey he carried lhe principal fortresses. ! e-i'petl unhurt lhe limt two volleys, and ''" houses. Eniniier in Kirhmond, serm to have fur- le asisinl io bombard Veri Cruz, and 1 laughed al the idea of the tronpi fiiii g ' n were on foot to estahliali a regu- gotten, in a Krrat degree, lhe principles ' appoinird governor of the lown after; Wank Pa"rri'l!',s; but at ihe third volley he. ,ar,,n 01 niatls throupli l-alilornin upon which Ihe late Adiiiiiiislralion were u Mpilulatmii. PARTY PIIOSCRII'TIOM. At Cerro Gordo he took in the habit of at ling w ith regard to tcnio- ad active pari, led the advance lo Puehl-j. vaU and appointments, ii cannot he mil of diMinguihed himsi If highly at Cheruhtis- place to refresli llteir inmoiies upon a " longhl the most snnnioNry engage- ...I. in. ..I' .A .......I. i . ... IV. .1 tlilllil aii it. A ,1 a M. .....I uri. .i i , . i .. -.. i-tn'i.tin. n! iiiin-ii iiiu-irnt. iTriutrii' " " " , .iu. .in, ...in .i.iririi Wherrthn work it done, ihey will su.i,.J ,. ,. ,.. .. , , i,;jl; ,.,..,. i ' ... .... ... lam the President in giving effect to hi. I 1 vwMi tranSi)rljo .,,.,, , ,,, ,,, al ,P 8(orllli o-, .( M geuerous and patrtotie dtsposttion B"l,,M.C(lri;d al)llt VPiiri la, s-,,, , smP ,tlsJlt;lV,;t, ,,ie Jc Vi ,or Iiipv i!n nut wish In in in slmw liw ilicliLo ; - . . r L k i.nin., i From ihe Ri.lnnnn.t Whi, f iv.K s.m lain. an" p,,,,"MM' gcr thai ever marked vi " aj j safcvj'isig va'iv.riiiiis ns.--iiir-: - r live party men in office; and as we really iTHE SPOILS SYSTEM ILLUSTRATED, feel not a line lurking kindness for onrve-i The last Tuscaloosa Mniioi contains nerable neighbor, we would whispir to a correspondence between Ja. I.. C.'hil him on this topic, that the American pro-; dress, Usq., of that city, and "Sir" Kohl, pie have it little common snse, aiid thai Walker of the Treasury Dcpartuient, if he wishe'tiie Adinini.-lwtmii lo break j which strikinjly illustrates the beauties of ilown the ilivi-ioti walls 01 jMrf)-, he had i the Dug ild Dalghriivsyatem of "proveml" better sei the example himself.- Let him lor sei vice tendered, mil not less striking. ' his ch l?l T . . - . . I- .- . i oi. ijjuio. i ne nam leeimg prevail-" aiM. Louis. The terrildecalamity w hich has visited the city h is not hio'ken the sptiit of its citizens. They are already on the a!eit they have the spirit ol men i and they talk like men i extending ill,.!. ....!. f;.. I I - i . .- : . . ahsui,, from wholetaleahnse; let him n-My the character of ,he Secretary of ,he j , , .5 A ' 'X nn nw .uiiiMiiiirii. T'llHIvr. Haill1! U1U f liriiM.rv, Presiilent, ot imbecility" and "want ofj Having re.ion to believe that he c-iild capacity,- let Ifini give fair play to ihcj obtain nmiffice from the adiuinisiration, ' niensures of the Atlmins ration;" and weiMr. Childless, ' though a Whig, viniied . will iheti (at fai as depends on our hum-! Washington' for the purpose ol " living ' ble selves) see what we can do lor Lint-' his lock," bia application being sustained j tlf and his friends now in oflice. by the unanimous recomiiieiul iiion of the ! The country is fully satisfi. d with the Alabama ikleg-ilioii in ..Congress, all ofj course pursued by Piesidenl Taylor, and , whom, with a single exception, are de- j will stislaiir him in it. There i pre- i nmcrms" of the airaiffhiesi sect. Nniliiiu vailing impression thai many unfit men ws std ..f his political opinions, in truth, I Internal Improvement Convention are in lhe em f.yment of the Government, s Mr. Childress says, he is in no other f A great Ntate Convention is ii astern. and lhe people oesire meir removal, it ih ; way a pohttctuti than by eaMing hts vote hie ,.,t Sislniry, N. ., on the Uih of iiiiuiiunt. i iim ine uMinui'iui is, n ,t i.iiy, in accoruauee Willi Lis convictions; e.x- resisted ften. Taylor's election. I he hihiting so little interest in such nutters people see no partii ular reason w hy they otherwise, that even his immediate rep- hoitld he retained in oflice lo theexi lusion resentative," (Mr. Payne.) who recotn- df as good and better men who have brought mended htm in reference exclusively to his shout a change m the Administration. btiMiiess qualifications, did not know lo 'Vlaiadtttit, hou ever, T rather we maintain, which prirty he was attached. iir Ro-' tliat mere partisan fcrvi-e l not a sufii- ben, taking it for granted that no Whig iienl ground for appoiniincut, and we are: would have the impudence to apply to an l.sppy to believe that this is a fixed prin- ' Administration, administered avowedly on ciple with Gen. Taylor and bis Cabinet, the sjuiils principle, for an office, and con-1 It tins wilt snowy me inton wet-hall not scqtiently that Mr. Childress wa of the quarrel. We believe it is the firm pur-."true grit," promptly promised him an pe oi the Pre.idi nt to appoint the best appointment and, under protni.e, . Mr. qualified man. Due tegard lo georapfii-. C. immediately took steps to remove his c.,1 ili-irilunion will iiHtssarily impose family to Washington. Rut before he B:e liinttatu ns thu j rn cip'.r; ljut in ( had been regularly installed, some of the teiiiioii p:n( to present and prospective business wants and coiiveti'euces, lhe sytup-ithy of the citizens it aw akened and i tnoKi hi tively engaged in attending io the wants and relieving the distresses of the pour, who have lost their all of world ly g ods hy the fire, and are without shel ter or food. Thai is all right. Jtoi. Intel June, for litinioses connected with that important Sine Improvement, the Great Central Railroad, which was authorised by ihe last Lcgi-latnre of North Carolina. j We look upon thin woik w ith the deep est interest; tor we anticipate from its connection w ith our city; by means of the seaboard ami Koannkc Railroad, lhe fu was wounded in the arm and hand, and nf-1 ,n 'he Pn Sm r raeico there were ter pausing an instant in astonishment, ' '(,''") vessels, which number w as daily slanted at full speed, and was not seen augmenting by new arrivals. again during the night. .1 On Saturday morning, Bridget Fagati, ; " From the Daily Picayune of Ihe S4th ulL who was wounded in the knee "while re- FROM TEXAS. turning h-tne with her husband, had her! By the arrival here yesterday of ihc'lative of the General, was taken pri leg taken off just above the joint, it steamship Globe. Capi. fclnrv, from Bra- Gen. Oiidinnt, unprepared for mrl Late from Europe. ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. England. The bill fur the modiftVa tioiinl lhe Navigation Ijiwt had been carried in the House i f Lorda. by a nia- joiiiy of 10 in favor f the Mmisters. I here law. may now be ronsidered ss virtually repealed. The result has given lha Al big Ministry a new tenure of of. tie. The arguments on lhe a n't rf error. (brought by W. S. O'Brien nd Me Manna. nave been read before the Inrds, and, without hearing counsel for lhe crown, the law lords and judges unanimously de cided ibal the errors assigned by the plain. lifT ceald not be maintained hy lh ar fiuiirnts. and ibat the judgment of the Court of Queen' t Benrb in Ireland mnsi tland aflirmed. It ia now expected thai the sentence of transportation will be car. rieu into etiect ncioro the 1st proximo. European Affairs. The Whole eon tmentid Kuiope seems ready to burst into one general conflagration. The quarrels between tht parliaments throughout all the vinous li visions nf Ger. many and their rrsperiivt princes, hat retched tbt highett pi'eh. and in Saxon a conflict bat already laken place. n i isreaueii, mt people, or rather tht Red Repabliraa party, fourht with lha troops during several houn. on tht Sirs intt.. and a treat lots of lift occurred. The Railroads were displaced, in order to prevent troops from Berlin from arriving ; but a sufficient number of Prnssiant has. mg eome Bp opportunely, a momentary tranquility wit secured by sheer military force. The fight, however, was renewed on the fV.h, and a frightful cannonading lasted all day, ami! niehl separated the combatants. On ihe ?th, the battle wat renewed again at 4 o'clock in the morn ing, and the most deadly warfare wat go ing on in the streets, by the latest advices, up to C o'clock of that day. Intelligence from Dresden to the 8i?i, states, thai hostilities still raged between the royalists and insurgents, to the disad vantage of the latter, without any imme diate prospect of their termination. Italy. In Italy the advance of the Frein li expedition tow ard Rome has been checked by the resistance of the Republi cans of the Roman Slates. In two en counters the French were driven bark w ith great loss, and Capi. Oudiuot, a re- risouer. h a re- being found almost beyond hope that the 7.0s Santiago the l'Jih, and Galveston the ccption. has withdrawn his troops four wound would ever bed, and as delay ' 2 1st inst., we have received the Browns- leagues rrom the City, and there waits caused great risk of life, jhe patient w as ville Flag of the 15th and the Galveston j for re-inforcements and further itislriir pnt under the influence of rh'ornform, and papers lo the 2lsl. inclnsive. "ions from his government. The French the operation performed by Dr. J. Kearney , We deeply regret to learn that, from I bad 180 killed, and 400 wounded. l!7utr, w,;,An,l,l,,s,,s,,i,l,'asc'Ci'l,n,,(,'!,'i "'"poed state-of our Texas frontier.! FranceFrom Paris the report is still r. , ,. e7.nI0,r',,n7.'hi','!','i' 'roop of that branch ol the service 'repeated that the 11.pl.1re between the putatton or the ih.gl, , which so little which is alone adapted lo cope with the j President and M. Napoleon Bonaparte is ThiL wa. r..n ..i........,r0ri7!,'ri,,P8Vfvvil,IIm!i;:,:sin !-mp!eif. A fierce quarrel, ii it said. 1 " r ') - 'ou m country neing avanai.ie, nn nrup- ; rices between 'them. Their ouarrels 111 serums one ,,., , ,e prr. f j,n lion of Camanchcs has lately taken place, Urease the dangers which surround the Dal7.ell whn received a shot ... the groin, attended with the most awful destruction bodies i:f the army, privates and officers which D..lr, II w ho received a shot 1.1 lhe of life and property among our defence-f which seem to have been greatly ero,,., which broke the thigh hone near less lellow-cil.zens. The following, from ! wrought P by ihe Soci.dists. ine neaii. 1 he would was almon surely ihe l'.r..-n. ;Hn r n.. ic.t. I ti.. rv. u 1 ... . 1 ... .1,. aw... Hi.-.., . 1 irm 'i 1e111ra1 inarciien 011 ie 27ih ult.. from ( jviu Vecchia. .The ac count of his further progress is furnished ny tcicgiapliic (hspaii-hps. Gen. Diulinol .......-! ... . ' , moiw 1. mil tne surgeons offered the pa tells lhe melancholy tale: neni ine s.tit chance nltorded hy ampu- On Thniday last our town was thrown talion at the hip joint, the most fearful on- into frreai excitement hv il. arrival nf an or...;..,. :., .......... . . . - o" 1 vin.ii.ii in ntni't-iY. 1, was a-epiiii?n ov r v tun., i ... 11..1.. 11.. .i.. i. 1 .... 1 hi... .i .r ii ,, , .."hi .11.. nu.., H.i......... 1..- ...r.uau fei nut on ins marcli lor Koine, wncrc h.m. ami performed by Dr. Rodgers. The stalling intelligence that a numerous and . according to every information, he was .TI'I'IITh Tr nnra,JT rhiS fiI-Wo hand of Indian, had just made called by the people, hut having met from I, iT Tu Tl r "'e "i"1" 1 tl,s,p", "I"'" ,h"1 e' "t l,a'1 , feigners, w ho occupy R.nne, mere v,l,.rnr!0,.nT hei,trrru- 'h"ln'i'lmy-'f "' -ermu. resistance il.a.i he expected, he warl ,S r , le, ,U Hfn .ase The Maare fn,m IHinl 'P Ptmn at some distance from ZZl InrlV i f,"",,;'riH'"1?s,"'';.,'8,I'''c had been intercepted, and the pro-1, he city, and was waiting lhe arrival of L , irr..fi " 1 k" I'"' JC '."1 ,,rie",r Mr' a,,8!,' 8ml Mr' bi'fil". "'e ret. of the expedition. No due is giv ' 1 .r,e T ,he d"T d' i?1' P".e prisoners. A train of en, but ii is probable that Ken. Oudinot f H ' hey firi d ,nsli",l')'."J transport wagons had also been captured . was near Rome on the 30th hit. ' . . I between IJrownsville and Point Isabel. J lie wounds received by the military ! containing much valmihl ic iiiiiuii more severe man most perspps On Thursday, the Paris papers gave no certain information of iha entrv of the Sllt'll nf OUr citizens SB u-rro In I. 1 . I . Ill .... laarll fillnnn.. r .1 r . I I 1 . " "V 1 .U.I1 ., .IIMII'O .1.1., ii.iur. . . m2r'. rcl iliast. they tvere procure horse, speedily repaired thiil.er. is. that the Neapolitans were marching f . mr . .n.l I -r Bll B . I ... I . . a :TZ'ry'r 01 r0rlK W?.ly,,Wm CT na hro,.,.r-rel were too .mall to do upon the ci.y.and ilia . aid that lhe French iMKi. uuoiun iur wnirn nature oeeina i nanny to have formed hei. We congratulate our citizens on the assembling of ihis Con vention, as an evidence that lhe good peo ple of North Carolina are bestirring them selves with a commendable spirit to ex pedite ihe great work ; and wa nope and trust that every Norfolk man will feel a riiert but their numbers were too small to do upon the city, and it is said ihai the Fi isabhng more than defend (lie settlement of Ma;, j would occupy it before them, (d from) Taylor; pursuit was impracticable. The The Cnnstiuuinnel stabe, that it a more dangerous and d wound than ihe contusion received -ll -.a a conme stone. And when we consider commandant al Fort Brown, Col. Morris, that the troops, after being for a long lime j likewise despmched in wagons some thirty excited by the most violent and acerava-! infantrv .ill hi. icn.ut,i. r.... u...; ting abuse, stood firm and unresitting, un- nn'y a guard al the fori, bul ther progress fit til m one company half were disabled, was too tardy to avail anyihing against a-di and in another eleven shared tht came J foe so wily' and well mounted. - There lei was reported that the French army had made good iheir entry into Rome, and hid taken several prisoners, among whom were only ve Komsns. I his report, however. es not appear to rest upon any " tent authority.