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civil an ~~thelIxem
. ed t . we
4Ity.6wn'oihealisi thsatheye will haves the
chance very snas I have iaot thedelightest
ideathat the t.?W11besatified. rYoutwhp
t rh e snge
~7~andae buno imy~itec~
concetcannike the anai1leirndeavotb
to teach thiem betteraa not -had ethe full
-efect. Bdte I suppose they are lik, the boy
that-told the ucool-master he would be worse
if he whipped hinai but,Tiwh' afterwanda- con.
sented if one inade himn worse, two ruads him
better. - - l
On nlakipg iniquirios of the orderly soargeant
of the Regment, I fid that tei-e Is is lit.
te sickness In the RegiinsrtW d there'woula '
be among the same body of menat home, and
when you receive the -horried :accounts :or
.idness, severity and Aiandihps,. you imay
safely conclude.that they are greatly exage:- I
ated and are written some sawney, who
expects to gain yoers npathies, by detail
ing and coIerting into ardships,evety little I
inconvenience, or wo has not the resolition
to perform with Manliness the dutie, of i
-The Regimentis still pleasantly situated
at the village of San. Angel,--they have ex
cellent qiarters -hd good rations. Every
fday more or-letof the obtairpermissiop to
go' to the city,and as they; have permianent
situationsanid wages paid reularly eery "
two mnths,they can enjoy many of the-li
urles with whih tiis~ city abounds, such as
.Te creams, lemonades, fruits &-t and when
.a the lepi f mintleps,octhils a puch.
dsbt toe l rt u and
.water, was ntgoog m this climate'lde
ao, to he c u~nd ondence hi his j -
tnent,ihat wehave aien it foy arftd - lux
The Court of Incuiry still couniutes; all
the evidence is In fayor of the -old General,
and nearly the whole army is with him, and
csld it be d allowed, he ould be support
ed by one lo'd and nlraninious acclamation: s
Miesars. SEVI Eaand CLiFroRDare here,
and a correspondence has com enced; every
thing that has transpired is kept in the dark,r
and for some'reason that we cannot divine,
peac istock hs fallen wonderfully i i the last
4)wo orthree days. . I have learned from good I
reliable authority, that Mr. SvrER says he
titends being in the United States by June,
which isas m h as to say, yes, and be kisdd, i
cr no, aid be d-A to youin a very short
apace of time. .
This has been agroat week in Mexico, in *j
commpmoration of the Death and resurrec
Stion of our Savior Yesterday (frniday) was
one in wvhich every body whether feehng it.
or not,' attempted to be wad, not a horse or
carriage was to be seen in the streets. every
one that could, wore blac clothing, not a bel! e
was allowed to be rung, no meats are eaten,
a id numerous tuings are dune to demonstrater
t'aeit sorrows;'to.'day, I1 learn is to be much
after the same order-but. to-morrow (Sun
day), things are to ch,;nge.. Every one comes
out in flying colors; every bell of which there ~
are more than one hundred, are to toll their Al
merriest notes, the httle girls ari age :no:
all dressed out in flowers/the fattedc.lwill
be killedganid every thig thati can demo- t
*trate their pleasure is brought int6 pliy..
even now, ov'er all parts of the city' they are
erected shantees for the sale of sweetmeats
and present.But In this country, almost
one day in every seven Is eithera feast or :
Saint. Yours, &c.
Couon in East India--'he London cor
respondent of the National Intelligencer, in
the' following pargah, which we extract
o~m~bis letterf A11l~,7,furnishes* infor
.mation of verj grea interest and value to the
peole!of kiacountry, concerning the cotton
S"A late repp niiby a select committee
ofthe House nonh upon the subject
of the cotton tae, seemsaloe put the ques
-tion about thia country'.'deriving Its supply *1
.of the raw material from the, East.Indies to -j
rest'for an indefinite period. Amongst other
things, this report states:
"The cotton goods annually exported from i
:Fglapd pmount to, about ?25)O,O,00 in<
.~aor nearl one-half of the whole amount
- fpot, ' i~aifacturing (of cotton A
6osem e 8.Qi90.pople, or. abo at I
one tnhtthvoe~plation.' These
taice of tisl bathf liusine. to Grest
Britai.n. The jtnporlt n from
India commenced mn ~ ayea or two ha.s
fore that from America began.. Sincei:1818
jl.trade wihIg a-h isl rree. I
Jaafiirnlehsi w igh dbqufpeighth a
&tj entire British" cossumptq4 'ut ii
gn~~oqaity, i i only about Iath,.a -
: iotme us rfe a bout 9no.elx.
tieeth qfth whl.Andia-pan nevqr corp.
osa~vr~aI the producq.of i"~f
-' Jowito, , v,~been culiited, n.
dja yearn,^but yet 'thie
qatt vxe oxceed in quanU.i
tnon h'1vl eo~Ihth, of what
the co rtn enet of 6tir' a ft4
lal labdrs and db vi' nta i th
'B~c~'n Dvomberlor me lI~tio>
taubeeg a 24 ~er .olutnnis of ou
~llage We thunk de
crv at ases tstre
umtri4ll6 gas'-'iir iaforniie? wai
etiled b6fip: ft u~fftj.Years ago
ts location, like .Ihat*6f most of'the CoU
louse- tow 'uan Willge. 1.s: ..state
hvorible eithetotj,usinesa oriebalih.
L lihoieded-that'a tocptton on the. lani
Mndiate y4foI dotalgocreek ani
hbf;illage;ibout treed niles distant i'rou
ts present si d ha been iuc
nore suitable. It Is nearly surrounded
I)y awamps' and t:pdndsgand frdra til
ause6,would be suppqed Wunesthy; yP
t hse6althy, as. the general appearano
b our populationtestIfies.: As a place a
usiness, being the'site of the Court Hous
14-the capital 6fite;District, it necessa
ily feteire a donsiderable rtion of th
Sipee its incorporation at the-Lsa
iWe session of 13045 Sumterville a ppear
h have ,eoeived a stimulue,whicOh wa
ortnerly mknqwn to It and, which: -ha
irodugid beneficial results. - Previous t
hat trispegno ,publm ri obr theimjrpve
nent of, th ,yilagee,-,
he, lage 6as w sthe e theatre o
noldh1ispation -Noth, theory an
radti m of -tie, people are generally moa
.1, the appe'arane of the -village'bas beei
nucl4 improved by the erection of numer
us new buildingsaand the comfort of thi
illagers increased by the elevatioun of' th
idewalks, the rounding of the ,streets, I
tight police, and other measures. For
nerly artioderate rain awaterlogged ou
treet.s and renderedliking very un
Jleasant;' now walkngisgenerally: witi
ome comf'ort.-anomegapbliQ spirit ha
ieen manifested iin.vanious quarters bj
he settipg- out of beautifuzl shade tree
Ind biy other. improvements. The Cour
-Iouse is being enlarged to almost doubl,
Is present~size. as. a ,matter. of' conven
ence and .necasity.... There are thirei
hurches, the Presbyteridn, the Baptist
nd.the Methodist, inowhicha religious ser
ices are held, in, aneoat least, generall
eVery Sunday. Two only of' the street
re generally called by name ; Main
unrnng in front of the Court House, ani
Iroad, crossing Main, and running ii
rogof tbQeBaptist.and'Methodist church
s. A new and commiodiouis street ha
iso-boen lately opened mnuch for the con
'enience of thie villager, i But wvhat par
Icularlyzmeirits notiep and attracts atten
ions is thetspirit of' ienterprise .manifesate
n the village during the last t'wo'.year
tinoe its incorporation.. Whether titisi
he result of the incorporation is doubtei
>y many; it is certain. hat enterp~rise ex
its, and avuch amore. peace, quiet an:
curity than obefore that, event. . W
aope it is stabip'and will continue so an
hr the benefit of' the whple body politic
('he. prosporjty of>hh village is desirabli
as thes prosperity 91 'the capital of ti
.8UMTE~R COURT HOUSE.
'The Court Housctof' this Diktrict is nov
eceiving an addition, which -will muel
fldarge it and render It more suitable t<
he wants and iiposeflo hcoui th
ar and the public. Heretofore, the buil
ling has been found too small and -unsmit
d to the onvenient administration of-tha
u~siness of the court. The additioni
nakirigjt the back of'tlie building of tw<
'ooims,'each 25 by 80 feet, whichgwill b
he offices of the.Clerk and Ordinary, cor
'ssponding to tii6 pre'sent 'position~of-thei
corns. *The present offiesof' the ShoriE
ind ?lo.c illl be mrade one bffice for ti
l'fiwth a conneting 'door bcitweei
he two rooms, thus not rilakingit neces
&wyto take down the dividing wall.. Thb
asseht ofiloes sof the' Comrnissioner ii
sqigit dd ONdf ar will, ini a simila
mrnei' rne adone~ofllico for -the: comn
nisaleR The whale i pper part of thl
u ri n,2
Cad d Statesburgn et as
by th~rpies e treeta
tonsderblegid d~d oatev
moade around th .e btea urp. .
, Now this necessity is avoidedii iAftind.y
,~ 1onjecturted the opening . finiew
* thoroughfaxe has added' inuh 'to "ih
ahe. of the an adh sid 41
rstreet atid leSaimdae:lii
On Tuesday, the 23rdha 'terrific ek.
plosion occurred at athe steam mill of
~Messra, GaAIUM de LiG oritued no t
a rilei and a hal fropTa this jlae ertd
gennially known as the Suniterville steain
Saw Mill, It oecurred abottelevitn o -
clock' ilthe nouilg. anu#itel. o
one wrssous fraueT.
The millstained elairebofenu whfo
supplied the steam necessary iorthe ma
chinery. hTiy layide by ide;.and
"theniddle one wa teliea-d on Yhh lotr
side ebput sixfetfrom'thipoit f 1b
furna ee Thue ppy, ta3r nnve the
~mouth -was somewhat crackedgfit b' e.
lieved to be siufflcient( soi t~jhai
safe for da'A fek&mon'ients' be il e
explosion, .he engineer ad fi t6..
Sera pretty full, andgne to anIothe dt
of-the mill, yet in sight of theami Dirin.
his absene it iebilievedt9lia ei ro
broke, leiting, fi boile he con ti ihi
suflicient force to~ rupluro;'it at .thapatch
and throwving the water7'forwailh
Theated boiler, heeb- three-g a'w
and lightness at thie furtber snd, fiftiti.
hither end, heated, 'as Norn1etefiled
with water, produci g a sudden eder -
tion of steam. Ati this pioment t ieo.
aer burit wvith q. terriic eptplosibr, ylich~
uws heard at.tohedstangeofseglileg.
So great was its forn tiithe lerte
tion, from the petoh to -the .ther -end,
about fifteen feet3z length, wvas clrijedAe
-the distance of sevenly rgs, thrq.h
~ the undergrowth, a .stout
wood stump, and makig itsay tIrpug.
a* post of the. mni1f a foot in diarneter gp~daa
pile of bricks, rubbish, old iron and saw
dust abouetigh feet tilick. The othier
part of the boiler, abom six feet long, was
carried in an .9pppsite direction about oe
hidred' yards. Thatp'ortion, fognio a
Pi~ste, from which the, 9azn opnded mug
'pipes passed out, was bkyn; up to. the
roof and lodged among the. rttqrs.
The bricks of the furnace, heinppovt.
m g iron arqhes, and .tle, dirt,.14bes d
wood, near thes boilers, ,wero, afionwered
'around. A child,.pltujni near tlie.bojl.'
erwscovered with .amplaatorsof pud
and ashes. A brioko struok blim ona the'
arm and bruiisqd jt; 'his hat iaaifoiud'
undor one of the boihirsay1hich was'blown'
round and transverse to .itsipreytionssia
tion, so that the vonlder.isIhog be escapel.
It is believed he was'h-in0ole bosiddeni
high ash, pile, in. whipij h62 ussually phy.
edI.. A young man,.near ti ,jflers, at
hiss from Ahems; -hegan ,to run, .ht had
hiardly' gone a few,.steps fbehE' mas
struck downo by a shiowe~of ,bricks aid
mud,. igth on y m pmeitayn~injury.
These were the only injuries t~o individu.
.The boilers to the right and loft ofle
-exploded swere blown from -tlsei'r 'is.
tions, the left ~traansierselv roincId :tbe
,right slightly out of its lin~iof position.
The ground around was much storn up.
'We are inolinedi to believethfo bculr'first
> broke at the patch from thspfall,a~ a doep
i hole was found after the explosion, dil~c.
. ily under the spot ehprgs ; ghe y'rz
r. evidently mrude by wat4deamn3- .
A -few moments before the accidentese
*veral persons, .wpre .around the boilpes
who had fortunately removed ~hh t.o
ourred. s . ;"
Boilers frequently explode fom a u
dcn displapement of the 'waterc -
to fall agtginst:.th'e hepted su
instarntaneous generation ati
rtion of steem, more tlhan the
bear.e bo .r an ahi"
Ost *3000, a racineofpp4ixil
___IR q t
th otsof h AbinvIento%~iPf
*oM~,hom ie Wth
am.bu~~4i M& V
emso coaverio May' flns a4M-* wotiq
this I'eaudonioul not~ o Hit~d
Mi~.Dalns,~n npp~r~ '.13 Q~li
ifivo wth.- iVodbyp41 I.
&i laver.wo*-'eMat-iktematorjs. it
dry) aureof MAadikybteru.iad iai" to8
thstenn it"ou nhich as " "'~ee . 'fr
~lcinof h a ct~ . tA y~ sen-,o
1jVOtw ofy "uliqet ati teimest sl- to.
the ~urisdictiqn ct Odij
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