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, . . , , r r . ' 1 c i . 1 - ri r a fr - -. - - 7T .SArrr.jv.ixa';:"' lo I J-Jiw.,"ti'j tw mxv: U'C -vl t 14 t 1 r . '' -. L . 1 1,7 in advance, $2,00 ai the end, : ; ' . , j", ' ",y '-'.- - f "Mff DwelU tUere to my m.,., t.- ,,,11 n t. r.B .iff ; ;,rBY MITCI1ENER & MATHETC . V; New PJniadelpIiiaJceMiber lWhl844i.; Vn! - ri i n i ii '. i 1 1 J' .' 1 1 J ; .i i ROME, ,v I' , , VHome, thy joys are passing lovely- , Joy ooetranger heart can lell.", , What charm rests upon endearing Dame-my home happinew! Without this, home wouldbe like a temple .(tripped oi iUgarlahds; there a father welcomes, wilh WOdaffectiona, brotlier,'sjfiDd. sympatbie comfoit in Jhe hour pf distress, and assUt in every trial; vthre a jiious mother first .taught the infant lip U liag (he name 'jOf Jesus; and there q, loved Uter dwells, the companion' of early deft. ... .,:,.;, ,,;,; ,; .,: r, r I J -Truly, If thera is aright that is Ipyely : ber below, Is r home sweet home! It iilik, J he basis of the desert. The pasting; of our days may-be painful-our path inay be checkered w'ith.a6rroit .nd &n unWndness knd frowns may -wither the jnyousness' of the heait, feffacethe happy snliles from the brov, and bedew Jiff's ' Way witfi!ears,--yef1 when the- memory hoversi over the tasl.'there Is no pjace upon, which lt! delights to linger, i the lovee 'scene's of chiliTnoo'tTs iibpne ! It is,ltie polar 'ItaTof exfslencei.' What cheers the mariner air away ' frm Ma native fafad in $ foreign port? orj tossed upon; . Ihe boundiug billows, as he pace?' the deck at midnight '"jtlone, what thoughts fill'bis breastV He is thinking of Theloretf 'fines fhr away at I, is owlic happy cotlngej"id pis-mind's eyS 'he seei tb'e Smliing group '.seated arbuncj . hecheer.ful .ireside. In imagination' he tftv therri i uniting their voices in singing the sweet sons "which tie) . loves. He is anticipating the hoar when be shall remrq . lb his iiattvr- and to greet thps absent oties,'o- deal td ; his heart.. , -'' " '' j . '. .j Why rests that deep stadeot sadness upon the strahi ger'a brow as be seals himself amid the family circlet He i surrounded: by all the luxuries that .Wealth can ', afford; happy faces gather around him, and strive1 in vain tq win a smile.' AW he is thinking of his' own . sweet hotnet of the loved ones assembled within hit . own cheerful cot H v--.,i;.'r" ' Hs: ; . i. . Why those tears which steel down the cheeks of that young and lovely girl, as she mingles in the social cin- del Ahl sheis an orphan; she,-too, had (happy home "hut that house is now forsaken and ' desolate; its loyerj ' onei fare' now sleeping in the cold and silent tomb. The "jjjentf? mottter'wfio Vvatchei over her infancy ,' and hnslp- ed hef to sleep with a lullabyj whlcn a mother' only can ' ilngj wS(fglrlhood'days taught her'jof the Syjor and fun4 her youthtuf voice to" sing fija'iseg to his pa'me has gona to tb? ' Mansions of jotf above, and is miogling . et apngs, n4ltuninjj her golden harp with bright angels ..ftfneaveiiir- foor oriel': She is now left to tread fhe t'thorty jShth'of iife.'a lonely ,tnomeless wanderer! T'"' " : Th ,ft is fri lhl$ changing world.' 'The' objects.most heaf are ' shalchW iw'ay.' We are depried Vf the '' Mends flfnonf nio'st we tore,' arid oUr cherished. h9me is 'fchdereo'ctrear and desba'(e: " !'Passing' away", i8 engra- en oh alt jhin'gs'. eaohijLJ BuL'tsre..is Ut" home tfiajt - 'IrWws no changes, where separations never take place' 'Mjrhctt faortWktf obe of-thik -world my obtain rN liel forfait iheir fjrielshnd w'here'the sighs arid teart'oii dearth are efehan'getf for Unending songs lW joy.' Thaj rliofeelsftiurirl fuheaven; i '"" m-.- i flf-'fd'-lh shadowy past; there is one I'sireeY reminiscencp .-wblch the storms; of life can never whither; It Is' the ei- - oltedlofr'of hoineof ctiildftgodts hbine. 'i In tte ii ;loMd'fotdre;; there hrorie fiiight ur wbost lustre neve ..' lades; tt is the hope o home of a hetvenly home; ' SPECIMEN Off JAi FOURTH X& JULY J ' m rThe fctloWJng Is glven by'aome- tcOTtetrrrjorary "ki i ttatl Fourth tily-rattom-i--? j '-.' f Americans) !:This'U it great countfrfwide--yasj; and in (he wlthwest unlfmifed.. Onr; repuU'is 'fy yt "destined to n-mkk ill South' America to-.oscnpf the " Russian Possestiont, aid again'to'reeovef 'possessibji ' of those British prtrins. which' As, power of the' olil thirteen Colonies won frdm th8 French on (he plains' at, . Abraham! all rightfully om io reixm0sig-(P a jraaf'androwftig c'duhtrjf.i' PihnuiVEIall wai itscra-1 , uei dui wnar wnar win oe louna lun&er enough tdr Jf eoffinf : Scoop 11 the wter out of the Aiteniic C( eean, ahd'ils hedwpuy opt afford a grave sufjicient.oir m wijoc, ui y vi Auinca uas scarcPty, growq ; em creek bigger plantations." btter mill privileees- bioader lanes, DignerTnountains, deeper cataracts, Joudat music fcrkeer lightfairigj'lraVtr tten.handsome'fwrtJ'anrl .. pore money 'ban, jEnglaiidiliior havel'Tu'ndei'dl applanse.t tF.j f; ' " ...U'f r: I . A NATIVE AMERICAN THE LA3TJ0lt?.- A. T-T-l 1 1 I - ' . . I ,r' ' ' . ' r ' !,. . au irisumjjn wuo naa cmigraieu 10 inxst parti here a wife.iuid as blessed.Jin due course of time with a family. His pldesl'sotvPa trick, having" bern"!horn on Liberty's soil deemed himself a Native. Americj a, , and as snch joined the procession of the Natives.; His ft.fier saw hfni In the ranks, 'and became enraged When PaT'ca.fod home to get his dinfiSr, htf ifotherseiiJ' him by the eollar, and raising the cow-hide "over hs' bead,eiclaimed "rll jaclie ye how'fe'oppose your pltrents; and to' be pjsrambulatfngihi svreets with them Natives," anddown came the cow-hide wlthtatage severity. ! Pat, somewhat disconcerted, ran from the house, and narrated the" tale of his wces-r-addibgir conclusion: i , "I dont mind the licking, but the'ided of b)fng whip ped by a d- 4 rascally foreigner is more than 4 can . .tanrfl"'"' '' ' . ' "." .1 t: r-t inw i, : . ; j ; A French statisticalVork states that the inclinations to cr ime is af its maximum in men about the age of 27 'tDWomen fiVii'' years, later; (hat the greatest phytic) strength of man it develop ed between the see of 25 and 3p, and the gre test mental powers between the age" of 45 and SO, and that gaming is the .principal cause d1 suicide amongst males, and disappointments In ov,eal falri nMgstiefn'ales. ".'. 1 !' !:-m ! i'.li v OPEINQ A STOIcE; ' . :-' '' : ' i A feHow taking up at a Tagrarit, declared that he wps not ua man without any -visible means o f subsistence," as he had just opened a 'tore.' 1 -it'was found, oh inquiry . that he had Bot epettfdhfwlth a crow-bat in the light " I'i-i JOf- i-- .-.'I ' . A. ' i ' . ana oiuq nunateiy ice aora pelongeto another man, r Two te aspootrs full of finely pdwdered charcoal drank ' in f' half tumblerof water, WIIL in less than fifteen tain -"ties, glvertllef trvtbeslck headachy when a used, 1 in must cases k is, by suptrtbuudunce oi acloS Job the Aumuk - t IVH. i Doynooa.f.uTope!;wl)at.-is Europe? he is no, whaj: iolhing; a Ircnmsfantfi a rnber, a mere;tbeoleMTid"ea We"iave fas'terstea-'mhsats' swifter locomotiyes:''tfdy A TALK.- f- " ..-".';..,.,,,.!! - The Oneida Chief, a spirited little campaign paper; published at Utiea, has been discontinued, having ftiifil.; led the purpose of its publication. ' The Inst and closingj number contnins the folloing "talk of the Chief to fclsj tribe by way -of valedictory. i ; ' , r. -,t . j gAGOLA! BROTHERS! ONEIDAPIUgb.' The Mingo coo is dead; hi skin-hangs in the camp of .the OneiUfri. The coons taiked large and used great words; but when the battle came, their courage was gone, Itieirj warriors were to few. They turned pale and they pour ) ed water from their eyes like m woman of die long knives. -. . , "j 1 - '-i 1 Brethrn.do your hearl It is well. Yon have many sc'slps 'or the Mingo eoons at eur belts. Your cornfields are safe;yoor womea will no mote be frightened by the( war try of' the en emy The coons are-bad, very bad; They came wilh smooth words on their lougue, but the words of their hearts wete as briitleasan asbbow. Thd Oneidas are braves, they; are the children of a grea obiet Listen, the coon is dead. : -. ' ; . i ,, ', t : ' Brethwn, Oneida, do you hear.: The Mingo coons have gone In rheir. canoes up the waters of the Salt Ri ver. They have asked for peace; their calumet is bro-i ken; their wampum Is all gone to buy fire water and powder; but the fire, water took away their legs, and their powder-was damp.: .Their warriors had nothing tb give.: They asked ue for venison to sustain them op their voyage, but the braves of the Oneidas gave tbem a handful of Polk root. ; This i will; teste buier, but it iwill,keep theic papooses ,trom -crying with) hUnger.-4 They could raise 'nothing in - their Clay, fields-- Th( Minjtoe sre beaten; lhey are scattered like the leaves in a hurricane. Onty four snowsago they irere a great nation' Then every leal in the' woods bore a foot prinj of a Mingo. Now their skins are upoh tiie lodges, ot the Oneidas. : The coon nation is destroyed. - It is very, Well.'''-' " ': p-i,'1 i OV!'l : Brothers, jOpefdBsl' listen once more:. Now the Mo hawks, the Onondagas, the Cayugas, the Senecav and the Oneidas are friends.: Weliave smoked the pipe of peaot together,'. Oar braves have been together on the trail of the Mingoes. i Our warriors were all together in Ihe great fight , :Thrlr tomahawks all dra.Dk the, blooi cf the-coonsn It WHs-welL: Tbe pyea of outi young braves are like the eaglesiHU a c6orares,atofn fruiri bis new home, iet he war song erier the' tar...t)r ,eyery bravs;' If a Iwif rustle fciafaiviglireak. ktnyotKsftflt'S point put the thriving Mingo, Jt.isall well.,, y Our talk is ended.;:. Brother,-Oneidas iarewell.r- ;MgU)'? 5i v i-n s : :1 r-.:j . -i, v!:ioi sit This relers to a device at the head of tlie.cohcjudini numbes of Biltler's. Tory Range. ,l ia, the, Onida Chief administering a, handful of Polk weed to a flying Whig. '-' ' ' v.l; n....;, (jfjt;. j TiO OF JCE1N A RIXt? rDtT10T o yfepna ,tu the Mining Journal, ,th fpllowing.method forproauciqg jQe.in a,red hoi crfjcible.v-,., , .'lacea .piaiina crucipie pver,.a spirlt-lamp,-an keep.it aed heat; pour in spme sulphefpus ci.which through the most volatile of bodies at a, fpmmgnen perattwec wine found to, becorae. cpjnnletelj , ppfA ii aie Dtcr.uc.tbie,anq .not.a drop, evaporaiesbeiRg.anB; wunded, by a atmoplre ofjitsowo,,!; duepoj jn faoi tquch the sides.,, ;A"Icwirr!ps of .waier are .now tortf duced whethe; acid Jmmgdiately: coining ja. conta,c;t w.tb the healed sides of the cruciblei flies off in jut- nhur bus.acld yapofj and.;,sq rapid,i : ita, prpgress; ibqi me calotio,o fbe water passes wfr-wiut itjvhichfaHs Iqrnpof 'ice to the,boi(omi by ..taking j4va.ptaro.ef il 4jiuueui;ueigrF w a.npw;mevumoyJpelometl out a lump of ice from a red hot vessel! , ' .. )4 , Ul " A' RICH MAN-SlN'GUtAR MA UR IA dEv Iri' Ifl theft idied t,;Bsl;ia ag unmarried ma n named Dcllacrik, tearlnf a fbrtune or 700,900" TiVrea, 200,000 tivres tu chkritahld,1hsrlUtiofl,fn, Brescia and Milan, UoO.OOOlivres (Oftila'taraldaughrerjby a'femafe natned" P'atd4 rma"inder;o'f hii property t h nftitrral son, toy BnotherftfrinhS iThe exeeutors having made inquiry for Ihe legatee fend -Heir,' 'discovered tha1 they had been married to :h othersince 841,' hnvinp heen ignorant of their eonsa'ngniriiiyl 11 They have been Kparated byorderof the'authoritles; and Ihe frmtile has retired to a conveof,' F'orturiatejy' hef have no 'cbil Aeh1''Theoc'unims'cdnfiecler'wi(h this affair havje teen laid befoWlheouTl'-bf -Rome, andlt' i' bxpeeted that the marriage- will be annulled" :i tvii: ir-i ;f DKssiJir of "knowledge. . The eye by long use comes tp eee even in the darkest cavern: and, there, ia no subject so obscure, but we-raay iexqisome gliiripsa cl irutb .by, )oqg pouring ,on. . 4;rutb,-is the cry oi aJl,but.tbeJ game ,of a-Jew . Cef, airily, where it is the.phief passioUj it does not give wjy W vulgar cares and views; nor is it contented, with a Jjtile acdof .in, the jea'rlyr part (pffc; acijyei perhaps, ijo pursue, but nptap'o weigh andievise. HUhat wquki na.lpi a rea) prpgrest.Ui; knowledge, must dedicate his agejs welljt y.o.utbpthelauigrpwih ,as - eU'.as, toe outh, 4he )atnrpwifi as well, as ,lhe irst jr.uiu, al,we, altar Bf;;iT(utp,l.BerkleyP,,..:! r ... g : ,Th're itayaung,,womfln in Kleminr coTinfy, mntyKyl, h ia tlx feet eleven iuche' hlgh.i.and' nerf person in proportionable ''magnitude. The expneision of her face Is pleatani, and Jike other fespect'able country gidsj yet dneis at first strnckwith mudhmwonishment at herab-pearancer- The idea at first is that nf another ;iace pf. moitale, 'Who, like Gulliver's Bfobdignagthavfi the bald or good fortune to be giants, in comparison with) other, I beiaga.",,, y,J , .. ,..,( ,,,,-,1. j y ,.,.7 ''' -',-'" '! v PUNISHMENT.' j -' The rlolalions of 'tbdlaw of. nature Vf'Oclt pfedeces ors and our "cbtemporaries, are ptmished in us alsf The disease and deformity around us, certify (he infraf tion of natural, inKlleetuai; and tnoraltawt, and- often Violation tori Violation to treed such compound misery. Alockjaw. thai peods a'mhD't bead: bacli to hit heelsi hydrophobia, that malces him hark af'bls yfife t,aabeal insanity, (hfll makes hiin eat grass; ;war, plague, photer. , famine, indicate n.ccrtain,ftrocjty nature which' .as It bad its iole,t by hnma.q crimp, must have, outlet by human sufferings Unhappily almost po matt exists. 'who has not in hfs own person, become to some amount a miuihiiuiuci iu iuc.biu auu w) uiauc uiiusca iiuuieioa hare'intheexpialion;;;.' V' ' ''" '' : i FtLLtNo TpxAsivft. thousand, emigrants jio. 1 exas passed inrougo L,mie , itocic during tot luinrner ind fall. ' ' From: the Albanv Cultivatoc visit to lIkdenwald. W lately (Augest,) passed a da in the vicinity of Kinderhojok. Among other places of interest, we visi ted Lindenwald, the seal of Ex President, Vin Bqiisn.J -t'v. : ; .v.- :.i.A' ' i t.A Iu-ss, is pleasantly retired, gnd commands "a Very a- greeahle landscape view, jht . most prominent features of Which ate,' often veiled by the shadowy clpud , 'We 'fonnuMr,yaiiBurehat home, and accompan ied hiin in a walk over the larm. When he . entered on the occupancy of this place on his retirement from the Presidency, three years sinc,.',t it was much put ot order; ihe land havinj been rented for 20 years, and been under cultivation for, the period of 1(!0 years. ( Sev-1 erai oi me Duuuiiigs naa Decome poor, me ienc.es were old and, were rotiipg down,-rand .hushes and era.ss o' wild growth bad taken possession of much oi tlie larm-l During the. short time it has be?n uhder Air. Van Bu- ren's manhiement the place has been greatly improved,! .-j'J ' LV.J L. I... -(.:-." . l.Ji J aiiu a cuuise is nuw lainv uvuu ur wniuu a nauusdiuc income may be derived, from it. The garden and plea sure grounds have been enlarged ahd newly laid out h(t-hoU'!eR have been erected arid a large number p-nlt and ornamental trees, shrubbery, &c:;' have been, planted The greenboo'se cohtaihs a, collection blfrbm fruits and 'plants! amontf"' which' were ''some' fine graps just ripening. ' lrithe garden vi policed ffriesa'mi pies of the fruits Of the season, a- d some Of the fines! melons we havf ever seen, jn this latitude. Among the objects,. which gavebeauty. and .-interest to the grounds, are two artificial ponds in the garden', They were easily made, by constructing dams, across a little qraoir originating truip spvings on the premises Soon after they weie made, (three years ago,) some fjsi were pu; into tnem ana tney a.re now so well stocked wi.th tro.'it, pickerej and perch, that Mr; yan, Burenasj surea.us ihey will afford an abundant .supply for his ta There are many situations where such ponds may b made, arid wjth a trifling expense, the luxury of eaten mg and eating a fine trout or pickerel may be had at any iinie.' Several of the" .fields fhave oeen ericlosetl wiui new ivnce, suvuaj uuiiiuus iteieu, liuuiy iupi are a verv tas viaim-noiise. and a nam ca cuta ed i s't'oi'.ing;i50;fyns'16i.ihay.a1tqj jfwel'V 'B'! ,-Bi ffl,"f P? l.l'B,.)nosi imporuTni, liipoyeiveqis wuu. thoroughly reclaimed, and are, covered ,wuh ljuxunad1 li i: i i : T ...:.t. 'i orops of grass or o:ts.r-Three ye;irs ago; this land, wap almpst worshless. v,lt,was fifst.drainet by diieh. r,The stumps, Ibushe'r,,.&c , "were then cut arid burqed". andhe ashes spread on the land... It .was afterwards eowtt grass; using. a.- mixture .ol tiiriotjiv. and red-top "setdi three pecks to, the am. .. The wliujj f"ff Pf Jwlfijnmk was thiftyjeighj, dollar? per, acrev, ir Una $j:r. .Van Buren ha set a goyj x'a.mp,.wlt(c.li jve'opelfi'l I lie J'ollovyed.by ol Jier Ijarrijers i.hfhe neighborhood who have The p'otatoe crop is one. of considera We conseaueiice J on this !afrp as well aspri fltliers .ip the vianjiv. . .MM Van "Brep raises iherik jalledjorjjpri'.producj! i" i .-.-u.'..j .i -ijn ..." is Urom thebalU cw vejii-t ago :by.4hc,Sh I ' jj .i ' r. .li . . .'b.ui 1 -I.J . til'- ' '', j ii i'.'i. ! .1 l. . .. ' 1 .' ; Wp. 'NtrtwR.Wf ijfl'fiifi trikfSHf be'&ised wflu fjfeM, by the quantity inl Nf.a? . ..A.fifi crfipsjnpeaf' tp be walLmanageil.'and ae.-Pramisiik. lleashed ashes were totcA- here .last,- asowitl, excejleptupcesi. ,yreat b,eneut nas ajsppsen ipa irpn piowipg,n..;K . ,Mr. Van Borep ke.cps.bgljjjiule, stock, aeonsiderjibie cAjeoLbeing thsale pijhaich ,Mr&.P?litV!a IW farrn is.. well calculated .o.pnpducej jtne , hcjrsea.fijr carriages jipd farm. wqrk,.witb -a, yoiepX pxeik ana'h' sufficient number pf.cpwf tv'afutrdifnilk, ao.4 uuerfd( the, family, comprising ebpul,all;.Ye..djd nut, see the cows; but were infprmec that, they, were. jgradft-Qnf- hams,, aud Fare,, excellent,, for , the, dairy,, .,We.,were shown a gow three years gld, Durham bull, whose bjra and limbsde note good, blood, .and ivhosa maMowsk ; .. . .. . ,. " - - rniniinn jnni fiM.iB n inn uv jiniinn h AU.tue improvements of whicn we have spoken, have been.planned and executed under, theimmediate super vision of r.yan Buren, who, fino.,jn. ihesa usef , En terprises a salutary exercise for the, faculties of Remind and-body.'WJrich seepJs tO;.hftrrighlytenjQyed. In this plsasanf retreat. Jemovullrom .Aha, csret; of , state, and the turmoil ofwar, hef'iijt.iil. tu'i l.: ,i!n .11 .wrri? -iHWith a Cholcatew -etired( , ai..:rP. , Prink 15 pure pleasurta of a .rural, lile,". b'iS'u ni6n'; S" H reatene'd ;jn TP'sErfA'rt Thc.cpop.majprilyji Hie Lcgislnjure, appear, rewl ved to, fsidi 4. name a hofpiiqtw as (hat pf .the memord. ble.alaTMprtl Convenipn.j;;M i-P erkixis ieirpduced injo ihe Beqate.lhisiprnlog, a. ttrjngf j-esolutipus, .w.bidh will Ije found no,uT,irepqrte4 prQgeediagS; o(. jdiaj. ,dayj f ..-ai-TOosi xifaordarKvcrmracief , for, tlii latiWdb. 3 h?SB.rBsolWoni threaten piunjpBiin,,!! wf.eni1pine ra-annexatien of Txas, ;Arj tix ifqpj .Jdera . .ujaji! iMr'.PetkinsjjXmisthe not)iSwaaop5 ,pf, the, most zealouasupporiers in the State of Ohio,, of the, great eepu-emboidiirteat., who bad po objectipps tp jhe annet- 'atipn of. Twaa, bot.f9nM bfr,a(J.,o aeai.!i:pmwhat j8Cvns.Ureucy:loftbe,cpon9, whfB, ip the jWay, 04 their darling ;teyo,lu-iionary; achemest;'., But estqrday , my were ihn, clamorous advocates. of law, and ojder. and nowjbey.arc,(9i.nijl!ifying,the. actioj) ojf.j.lj.geperal government, and the laws ,p(,Jbe State.to..,gfalUy..lUdii Vindictive ..spirik, ;t) Wjll ,tha people; sancljpn ..tu'ch ja course, TWe thpk,npt,7 W)n,m) !. ' ! . , Ii,Pe(kinsny tpllowlne;, tjie, footsteps. pfjlr, Slade of Vermont, whom an e.wfraPge paper notices a follows: n..'ii,,(i3 aj . ";y .,,: ',vt,.-. if 'A , ; Disunion. Gyyenior, ?lade, the delightful; specimen pf, a whig Governpt,Jabi.la.tf i 'essage to the, Xfg8: lajlure ofi.Yprmpnt,.saj8.in reler"epce .to iheAnnqxatin f (Te t it- M '("'t'ycii: .wi- i;m I ' .'.'Upon the ponsummatlpo of the diretened measure, i do not hesitate lo sathat jt wonlti, be thif dutyof j Vejr nTpntJa ecjare ber upalterable .determination., io nave Op connection with 4 Pe uu'on! lnBi .PPJi f.01 beir csent1andBgainst,her,will,'.,; T fll . ,. ., j ...(Tet this very-man affected (pt.he,iquie,..ata'(ned .bp-canse.tjuaulbumt-an.d aet k,iadredspirlts, wade war ' ;likspecche, at tir jtjirmer-tHble.somew WWtlfa,R!w.i!rt,!WVW.,'W .D0U8h; W dart not act it, while heuip grows. 1 Prnm that 'Moiaa VnrU tlaraA i M&hty ,Imprtut from Mexico Vw wIU that1 . i Kejiablic Santa Anna tu Trouble at Home , A,rriral of pipatch,es. , ,,, ti W ; ipatn Elliot, arrured; The English frigate Spartan Ca at NewOfleans on the 38ifa ait, with advices from Vent Crux to the 17ib . .These advices are of the moat ira portant character. . ; ."...vi i-t;-.ivA t.u to vt -.Ii appear, t.iat',wMin6iier' waf monmarilyiex-i peeling am phssportu io leavt the toumryji that tl.e Brit isb Ambnssfidiir had clwpHlelirJ a sfiecia) messenger ta England, .i,cHiseo4ence (t.the .aflqifS betweeaMhis' country nd Mexico asnniinK,a critical position? &ou1 ihat speti)!-, meiengjrs, bad aiarttd fcr : Washington with dispBti-bes Uniiw giiyerninent, i v Is. j:n- is j Accurdinsf Jib this nes,!ifLiir8 between Mico and tjie United igievloul: i)v. warlike,: and a rupture be-l tween the two nations may lead to-wry serious difficult ,na England.if with do other Earopeari goverrrrnent. , Wa take. the. annexed particuiara from the New leans papers af the 88th.uH. j. t,t nij ,:-. ;i ,Capt. EUJou, with several of .his ogicera; catrih-up from, the, Baiize yesterday, and has la ken lodging a the St, Charles Hotel, ,Wc understand that the Spartan brought despatches for the English Government, and in the present critical, state pf Mexican, affairs they are doubtless of great impdnance.y. .f i vh,i ': ; ,,.The cljjr.was.rife with rumers yesterday morning, to the effect that pur Minister to Mexico, Ihe Hon, Wilson Shannon, had demanded bis passports and was on his way home;. aLd a)6o that a serious revolution had bro ke n out in Mexico, which had resulted in the ovpi throw ol Santa Anna.- There certainty was some foundation fpr this startling intelligence but the news does not turn put as important at was at first reported, although stilt of a monvntout nature, A c. ;.,: i nf.-Mri-s'-t'. 1 An insurrection has; broken. :9Ut; at Guadalaxar'ar Guansjiiatpand San Luis, sufficiently serious to require Ihe ptrsoha'l 'attention ol Santa Anna.'The' movement was headed by- Geh. Paieotes, 'who calls' the President (o an account for the enormoui sums ofmoriflyexpend 1 erJ jluriilg his adm'iniistratori.'j' dtt'rlnmrihdifbn on this 1 subjeft'is derived from a' letter dated MexicOj jhe iGlfi November from a highly respectable and unquestionable source.'' Sarita, Anna had raised an army ol 10,000 men, ang proceeaen lowaros uuauaiaxara lor tne puN ojerit'arjNWisonSllarinpn pended all is (ifliciat relations wilh" die MexVan Go. ernmeiX. It seems that Uie, American Mihister thought I.: ., ; a.. :... '.-t.yn .i.L.r.8.t- 1 -. proper to remonstrate With the Government upon the suhiect of Ihe crotected inyasion of Texas. His coin- plaints were received-with. a very bad grace,,. anff we are informed thaVthe Mexiqan' Minisier. replied to Mr. Shariuoji, ttiatlUe United Staled Ti'act pbtliirig whatever, tp do with tlie jnternaj affa irs of Mexico, and that whaljjl ever proceedings mignt tie in contemplation against a ... . .. . . .?'t!l. -j:..';.,': revoueo province was no concern wnaiever 01 jae Uf ijed Stateal .any 0he"fore7gn'',-pp.we, TMI Shannon' letter is pubjisfced,.aj ;lenjthj to thft totieiuill -r.L.rt.Li. ..';. I t. i. . l 01 welg ji,i a. 1411 aof aernewnaODugaiorv prorfuctiop, in wbicb strong language iseaipleyed, and tteWfntjJoltiotf hejaout;-" yi" f e, various tomes 'siannoh's'letie'ri'and ,f AsAprodi $ttt)lf9mmei Important, , Mc, B)inklieaa;,ihe British Minisler 'af Mexico imipf Oiaiei QifmciKu inesuip 01 war opanan, lome oanze, under ihe commaaS'ol'Lhrd Minto, wiih dispatches far. tne samegnxeinmem. ane American njinister avau ed himselt'of theia'me oppoTtunitjV''t6 -lay before thje UniMd'-.Sr.ates Government a"Btatement of whaf had traotpirea.o:i.--4 .i a.-'.T l n.tta','tr ..-l From the bfflcersof ihe Spartan we learn that Ge DUff Green had arrived at VeraiOruni from.fhecivy of Metico, with despatches for our government; and eni bafked.knmediately ftii board: Iherentter, W,nodboy The Wl hailed for Pensacola 'M Wi 17d4"tha day of the sailing of the 8paKan?-i,Tbe dispatches of Gen, G. iart thought-td'be ttf'tbe greatesT importahbs, i j ,'i'So far hswe-can learn from tJie hasty . perusaf ot our filet, . disturbances Ha ve broken out (n the Ststo of Jalis--co,' the cjpilil. of. which :isQuadhljar?.-, Geni-Eareilts. appears to be at the head of the movement; .and itje. affair i.s evideptnfetJ bTbrpwrod, by the offi- r C il.,. ' 'li .'1-Ili"-J..4..'k-'''-i -:i cers of. (lie. guvernmeril :' as extremely seriou. " A suL, guiar circiimsipnce in.me Du.s111r.ss is, mai Men. vana-. nj&u, tuo - x 1 uvm uuai xiesmeyi ip iiqw giving, Orudis (p5the,.CnsiuiionaF' Presid letter haying received notice to place.jiimseli'af tne. head of tiie troops conceDLuted 'at JaIapna,..aLonce jdyfulW, Compiles-. -Hi's drders were fo march at'onee todueri- Wro, a 'citt three'or fbuf day march lrdm Mexico, and I'on theToad to GuarMlajarai Jberto opefate as the ex igences of the case might demand Santa Anna putt s trpops at once fn, 'mdllpdh'nd 4nflolific'f 9 o Jiead.qna -(er?.,that . he,. . has under ,hisr,p , 1500 .cavelry and 36 field pieces, all, in jae best stale if equipment,'- .' I ' '. 'From EmM.,mt ohsAHk Aiflta' ttaVfaaaVf near 1falapa',rwWre:heret,hTs nerf brfrle'-ne 'fcsued,' iantrie Cth inst a breif and 'spirited adrTiw lb Me hnrfy.'!- He denouritfes merinrlirct-'bf Patt'desf in stirring op a re. volution in Guadalajara, declaies hiiti diraitor,1tnd'the instrument of,i a faction- and- appajiia to the. (rpops by iheir former exploits,; lo awpd by him, -and ;chaslise the j jmamous tnm&i n? cans oiiqsbii uia numpiins(fi. mene-ot the Government,' ready to- do all in bs ppwir the ' fienernl Hi capital to the, ilexjean n'atio'n,"an to theahny, ippeak uig 10 irieiii 10 siauu 17 uieir counirr -auu qj canur Anna in this moment, whra-tho rwiWnaJfe'adv Involt f lSf0'tyjpW:AotiiKtMf& ' wftfi new internal '(lisensioris.,; Helapii8ars to'rc'gref Ihif llie i march of the arrny oppn Texas, should hfl Vebeen1 late rnpttd by in is last outbreaky but,, promwes rfn oee to ihe guilty allthe punishment: the laws will authorize 't: General Arista appears to be all thin whHengaxiU jn repressingibtlndian outrage in Worihern Mexirh, he accounts of which, already given by us, have nj lpbM"olTuin'ite' plU'iwf adj6tdicg''pro'v1bcea fiaii joined themdve- tiient. But Ihi last ''mair'ivh'ich' haif reached the citjf df ' 'MVxibd, 'ta1g'd'to'cbri6lwrleU " I vve k'iuu lunner inai uie jimeiicau. iimiiier r;eui- . Esa'rias tem'norariiv.sus- J'The Verify f 'the,'Miis Sendr !'Rcj()i'iyifi tupsiapce'' as '.stiieij, 'thoiigh' .c'Suched' in 'courteoqs'artespeclful tcrini,' It eriters into an ielapo- . I rate exam'triatibti of 'fha-various tonics embraced in Mr.. to preserve the rategrity of tire terrftcrr and sustain constitutional government. : v,. . j n wt VOL VN0''49y WH01.E N0.! W been egtagetateaVjiThalosa ioiha affaiwicf Loa r.!?ro are stated by him, in bis cfficiaJwepprVt iparij tiia same ftgbres at,eave,-,...5VL .KK-rf nt -wt r " -. ' rDESTftubrjTr6N'l:OFi the cUMBfcittArra - - vAttEt R'AROAD"BRfriGE'1fiT 'FfftE. ' !l We' lea'rn' from'a stseVlpf fn tbettasBnrJ' BtiU . 'llgeifcer.hiriaftuVtJtPclocVKn'Wrie ; the C u mberla rid' Val le y' R a il roa8 Bridge Yt' toflStfa. k'neh'firma was dVrtd le be oi IWnd tetStlf ' " ifld the flames-Vread? 'thwii'a9 TUgtVwiWW tfa -lime;' that 'bcl&rtjtheii-' Jmgrtss' CouTd VStftSMHaW bridge' Wasvarmdstehfiriy corrsutrimeo. 'TWWstWi led about riild way between b6 iMfaM fcrfhe"7 HalddBf "6f (he rTver arid the' sKort'opposit'e Hitrishfir and'exferSd InVfo the'shoW caused much'damage'td 'teVeraTbtiildij'i; ings U tl)H Immediatt 'vic'ln'ityf meaTitim '-thd Bamia coniihued to spread In ihe op'pbsilfedirectlon.'oritll Wk( VP Iwemy-friar arcnescompostBge bridge, 'wera entirely Vonstimmed An effort to nlowjiplhe' brldga where ite'rbsses the island andthoi-arresl n''pfcreea of the fire; provrrrg unsuciessfuTWWl andefea.t eV portion of the Hmbeia were cut M two'aoouf the" ttM die of theifth afch rdrhthe Harrfsbiirg tide flh ii- rer.' he means w'a sicceasful Ha stopping the lauts, tut InfoittiHatelf eosf the H of a iuinbef of citiawiet for when the1 fire reached 'the fifth pifflr; ih4 whole"paB felt into the river", carrying with it 50" or 60 persons -who were engaged wilh ihe'firaprttus'V1)fWetir'aha fbbrth pier aidihe' poitrt edt;lcatchlrrjf a Bomber betVeen ihelimbert, mahgiing their bodies Wf aorrlblh iriao ner'.hha" severely mjurag tererat othersi'' Th baHea of two tbalVnast have been instantly ItUled havw beem already recbveredjiterebl btliers' Wefaa i'tenartesa condition and life altogether despah-ed'otv The Intelli gencer, golhg to press at 6 o'clocfc; MyXlie hat Mardlew partiealars, hut fere that maBytlivehabeiiiIoeT,1ia several hats have been plckbp. forWch&eiaaAbt , foond aV.WBiJ- u.i- ln A !aZ ,hnli; "This bridge1 as one' of the moat aplendid piece! ot architecture in the country. 1 Tha frackn f hrail. . road wns laid Upon the top, and Mneath a 1 donbw iciN riage way and foot path. : It was ovwanile in fhglh, atid ihe cust of construction- w?s upwaTd 'f 113,009. The fire originated doubtless froni a spark frotn- toco motive. 1 There ia little probability thaiitwilheoc te re-construetedX ' .1!-l :o:i(m:v rwi'innot hct M ""?. t'.-i.ft v5 B"''''y.i'-a tvvtut latrh mm; ' Li.Tfen.-i-T he Democratlcttjaioii, feThadayyt! Ai if. b'y a Prorideniia'1'imdrfereatiehe teat of Ufa was : horto great at apprehended bthosetJx sawraj, Urga ' nump Uaringclirogtidtbe rjmbertvaBd otherr.hehig relieved from their perilous siruaiionJby megr of boat. The principal sufferera iatohn!-ydtiBng,tB8liUly killed; Thomas &e'Mossa lad, abouT 14 ywia pf age, -not ( peoted to! sur viwj: Jdhh - Brown, i.Mt) .Rhotult, , and MriVin Caatrtyddngerobsly injured; fciaiber,of olhers,oicjeIeshrlfcir;ymq oTrtH, i) 1 , 'Co'Ctuierfeif Amd'rica fialif iioilart nri ;iE' eff?u tiori ul,a icq moil 1! oi viii niti -t il n coraespondenc tftM tlhfo'Dattiajentkt d kai h'm.j ftvd T'.'tn ion i;l JtnK MMw iMt '- '," 'iTie ivf if ' ex pe'c'tanpy' ias 'ilJT--coon'jegislstion has commenced its liellfr iftell nir'ser, much to tieloy i.-i ffi. ;- V ' fix-,-,..:'--- ofdemocratiC; whig1 .native. ' American repntjlicsnt a "iong-iiunded nsmeliut (ha deVoteet off AaaleW hodim4int,'' havefsm'arkahle liking 'lot ilia pullcnaiih nnA lArrihln th ammd. . t . . , , ffo Monday 2d irt, after fitt usual formula attends gjonjliopenuig pt a jritljtraeBojilritnjf ftWPfWjA '.W,,&fibi'.fl??ff eenan' aud tjouts. fstultedeujrsenilia.ileo, tinn pf-Whigs, (excuu the, prnissioij pf the innumerable liaJMipepd v( tp tlmt,ibuied4 name). ,wborwer xjultft ujiisjlid j.bfif, aui)iority ' ai(dA,wo,reidrnetmesl poprteuus, thniiks in. Janguage stereotyped wi.ha d. . dretiei of tlhejr jwhig nredecesso(s ofljpe, dejitereaV some, thirty yesr ago.,, Tbetacooo Aasamhljiaea art a . potnpout Mt.pfjiows t preoUA uckr-chancjihe result of tha aniatHpf p ly factiqpa, efiettiby,: their droit Rotrhtcli.lecii,on tiitot'Aaa giMotbunya-a jority. 1 1 would require, lbs psncif.of .a; tyogarlh, lo poi(ray,itlie,e iniujian pf (vstures wltith Uisstgeqtry dir : play, in (he rude excess oftboir delight, bsesaw fiftagein . fyiled honesty, jii the 1st elactjon and gava (ham, fcm tury.Hwe?.andJplaaa.: Bpt tbqii-, ayilj '.b bad "vwed. yet,-?orj asaa hons(. ysoroaa jahavedjjt insreijy 'ihey re.awsst mlk pow, bat '(jjrpnjtjUiha jang L'Jdaf - .Hl' !H inauguration oJIordaoai tuok r.,. Lmk ..'..k.:.. .... . :.. .1.. d . , p! floe, , 1; oih.,H tMises jbaiug prcMsat, tha Rapretaautiva'' itjallr tie.it aj.tvall-.built fellowf pbMologittfsW'ouid .prnnoupce along ppinipn uppo.t'a quantaa and- qudlity pfh.ii, brains. , lfwmj Mj&f'wtfioQtt. Jwvi -p-dp- pradjI..lK6:Slatai)),tbogb.,elj adapted. MJlh9JMd4Vo;eMOg J4mA ' , Wha'(. oheH -Ut&hfp 4i Hl oiogi,,rKtie it' ;wm(sn!t ad. tba ao4f.facVpa ara-.aWrfa fe) ba aiib. tarvsd. Jhe vietim bave boeo jr.dooir0d,ianai. tha proudest, and- rmwt -contpienous aiming themT it, ihm valiant fellow'at tn'i'heTrri'o? di',3uitetmn.,!' foo ,1' c i'tHhi io ih cu'uomaiy prit?lfag" 6f'1h'A(ldVo'si and ige ; read ihe canting of Wr. Coombs' and t Uery can robs malice 'in'Yhs ar6 of psiriol bear ism 'and! 4rMutk Tuf Ji.fioeiot9f7'ijie TreMBry,: :Tt knoir w.hat.thesa yiliIpa.aiiioidt jthafel ,t, Ma paapp't righu,,, Ti,Ua'i1ati.wa deet, aeoracy it -J!V If. and thersforrti; tljaimbaeirw tddara ajf JMor-f'Mahff'ft.-'f r;.i?Alaaiaf Gayarnor, J whig piilsn.ee) i:sio.io b printat lei leapt at the option of newspaper publishers. M UPliba balding fttftotyrolfl ja thit., anas JRtra' ' uiimontiojiedf',hjeri wpu)d bfV tee a . lacs; pp stiti 1 tf 1 ,'. eha'gihgsquiri gnnsjit iSjbMliayJ HCM' inuVeranee, agiuiiiva.,tWttriiIiiajk sndt (jotmUuitu l.J flraia oewmaandijii tOiaWitM jkTiiaalt .-Iwavaii,'!'' fif , pruvt lliHCtttrtuaaMiWi 6T'htg'af!I ' '" J.-' 'f).i Jfci' mi your readort know the taut rigged orsft well Pami Medlryv' ' The evideiit ibjail olf j asier'day arid lorday'a iiTOceedingils' 'tVfrtpp&j aWilaeaa' 'AaUfu'taf -df over them 4U- wttwtt, svit m their tempursry puwst , thsv Cr.'., "Tfie feg ,Y'it!vd'vfcrVa' liM'bagun-'tlis plf ?irarqly ' d -Velltipid, et'eiif,ngli',T'lnoftft wtit u 'in i , ' m J . . vrti JIM td V .'i'V 1.' t . S onn-ra ine neiei hiim tnets ul pirtisn ftmsunuium nj P 4 V