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n f Vbllr'I. Mississippi; Thmmlkf Morning January -18, 1838.; C "fJilui.kkstfurgMegista , j 'plants at this moment connect tift'efjSesf,' most foolish,' dullest and should bo less .there than elsewhere ik U'V)i'TQii:l nsh uienVcs -sta to'pifferent charters 'of the &l.be, wfci d isgustiiig 'practice on tho face! For years New Orleans has fattened tJ , ft. m yQ'cvlum itiMly to-bn! wcufit -Isave' ki;ovm;iklj oi of the earth. JJxGl Jrjrood. ; j to repletion upon the" industry and soul !fj f-th tyorahiif'is tof.toi () .UtzettiW Mif Liko aPr0Vd fove N 1?!: ttt'su UxVAnxAriTaLE abi.'se or TII,cjgn, she lias been graciously pleased kanco has huh occurred Licii we r CIUZy3?s 100Koa onuississippias W&k. k inrunbnt unV.n nVm tn.k nuir peculiar property or as a per- A.- i r i 1 .. !. npin:il nnnrrniico m whom it would 3:01. Aiewuavs ago mo traitor ' , ;. . : , . . -iva.i r.wrs:VftFV!iiny itliT.huk tnauber tea: Lrti;w ;,v: pn,0f,rrff 'a to accent the tribute or her province ? S:.L-;t f!r.m!ir4-?'. Hh mrKi . years umacqj was the ( ifr;ULinr H:,s ' htlv no.nirrrd l.h' w or citizens looked on-Mississippi as ft.:jtAftWofa1)ro?t6!rdovri r.rrdi' uutweeu hngland and trtoW Eferato'partvf -I-csIc sir, what is vorld, and Arabia, is' to his tobc1 done, wiToii iae Knerms or inn; , w.vvv v. ..a. .,r. .v ci uie rrcc iraucr aeposuea in mo z : .nrtic iu plain violation of their'lit!r coHeo. . Such aro tho slcndeifut Pcst-oilice at this place, a letter to ,torn1"msf u . ' li oaths, and in pos'.tfvo ' rrfdsunljP0011"1 . bourcts of national conpx- some individual in Natchez, franked I lh.ays ol vassalage j firr! their cold oclnl Iu-n. Tho discovery of. c.oiJec jvas by Mm F.ti.Ciaiborhe ; from which fro ldePcndcatV V!iei v Lc'to hold an e'CtionVatnlmr-r'01 la-tHi lho lr part e tQ 0:ir p0,tnvdster erased the frank. iwf transaction of their -t;tho law of the 'and c!i- jlWitoerdii century, and like any th.jVhca Mr. Busancon called aain iai"? themselves was firs by the NijV tJio iLXi cuuyo of toe siaio;. : uiccjvery, u Wi'.s tup, rosip oi to return' the result to the proper d-1';11 Arab' the Schoyldi .mar, fell ua-1( Lr? I ask sir. if tho panders imd, Pfccutmu w,;vn counn7i 1 ..Y.';,iW nr.nv 'whtfis oflr.frdl110 untl li!S tilcipies iled to a mouu- i" 1 .V!.. -I.. - . CT . -.1. ' st sujisest- the morninand was informed of this ,cd to tho peop o of this fc uuo the by the Postmaster ho was highly ia-Tu u titans r.ootec ui tno mougin. dignant ar.it, and charged him with!Vou hav gentlemen as many i..:li.r u.a.a ,; ,.r.wr0 v, Ior wight heretofore that ridicule under the name ot . an. JLSuremsni,""-',"4 V f T 7'.VJV Ufu-I.U, fhank God. annears row'1 u (iC'rt' ad, usual wod fadk o,,,n ),., cm rr3r.".! a cciico berry t!;ere crew wid i,'i;,,',! 4,,t ;! iUtlu t.10 (ii'.-iiIC!.-;S;:n ftiUiiC.0 US U Wil; t wV lKT.it. oi :'?!"! 1 i;:t r;:,.-n iiaon the sail', to!h?i?(r ih('htl'o!btK-j: J(M) i;am ,uni 10 l3lar:ltCatc ai ' Tfeissippi while no himself was in istttthho'd v:e ticke: filth? eteefar;-:: : .y , ; : , . .""4r: fci - " iixov i or.-;, more man iwoivo i:unu wid make no.rctdrn ihucof accord- i ? u.vU ' '"'f L uu aw mate ircc mdes distant, the inoividua! wno in-Molawf If 'tf.is h birfurKd;11 il'3r'il1' i . - would make U30 of such a frank, or up it Mil ay the fact btforo the public, that 'as your worst weapon' Mississippi they may judge- which of. tho thrcei11""," T T,.V: v' he Postmaster who would erase it. We see no reason in tho world why MEXICO AND TEXAS. Mexico it seems, has not vetaban- doncd the attempt to subjugate Tex- rlp'-ti nr rn:t;;;d to be he H1)V! Xet recommetiued .as. it. was, byits the officers: of the lar. or if. vih'cn.rcricsh,KS properties, itsspontaiiecus fiftki the votbs aionottb be cousiifd.'S'10' uiid still more, such is,the ab ii is diHirnh ttv toll what nartV will surdity of ma.u,nid, by . the example triumph or what principles will ?:ac-iot ll. l00i or a Knave, yno called mm-i postage, while thousands ct ethers m:es t0 overrun the infant republic cectl, ''' felf a, saint, coilte took upwards of are compelled to pay several hund-jWe firmly believe, that in the persu- These remarks s r; mwent rtf i he lwo uhuun ;u ea 10 uiuko us- wu (red uonars a year ror weir postage. aacc ct this design, these troops will the Editor of the Free Trader should ;ls, and unadmonished by tbeslaugh bc entitled to send letters free of;tcrilt San Jacinto, prepares new ar- litct, which I presume is no:ninus,:uuu.. fni izi us ov.uia metnncr 01 congress nas as mucn j(.nc0unter ignomemos deteat. The h notorious, that in several ' conntiei .oun,tr)' 'k was u.u dishonored as a j right t-. delegate Ids frank to a thou- jetibrt to subdue a country, which has of this state, at t!io-recent' oI?ciionJProi,l.;t aaiUi,S udred, and near! sand men, as to one, to all his ccri-;onCG liberated itself from wo yoke of hcshcrhiS refused' to:opcii pdll fir, gypnvas, ;t wasnot tin t;ietairdgtitnenis indeed. Vo : cannot, we despotism, and tasted the sweets of nomher of Congress; and iri; ott!'cr.r.on.fav' Vo;iMw UIfcCuvev tuaut tn-jsay, sec into wis, out suppose our rational freedom, will prove as fatal tnc m" countie? tiiey . re the Seer But i where the clectionkvas field. isiimaiv-u iweu ixuo wo wooer iofauons optics arc not sumcieniiy-affwiwraic ln execution as it is inlamous fiised to return the sam to iH iVpuaas. - it i3 .sejdonrtiiat to view such things in a proper light, jeption. When Texas etarv of State'' ! a WOi'(l inaootea to supcttiion Upon tho principle that "to we vie-battalions ot teanta Anna, i,X ;' jiK:'2l'ior any, tiimg except carmvais; but tors belong the spoils," perhaps evc-t'lem with a comparative cnficcd thir pri AtiMtl "o'ciaf ve-),,lltJ 01 tilC A, aL i?lotces ia fry good democrat has a right to frank which liistory can offer few example 'rantyUon the roiton tn:t erumh'od' ani of tho .Pharoas. vvao wen (fetters, particularly' in these hard h,cl. 80.'diem vero scarcely animate m con- fought the and routed carnage of s rceiy animated Wo-Fot-cm- Pul sirrit;e ?r - ..iincie;; Li: lr;uaegraaeia3 inaies 'support tno Post Ouiee department. itjiCir rcSoiutiou rati.crfrotn rhe des-erawlin- on'-:'vo m-""' - uc'"''14' nv ' HV If0 arj 1 ii-iags ofl Would it not he a 'good 'plan, How!pCnition of men hemmed in and cn-oaslyeh'aMnth- '-vi Tnoso that Van Buren's dynasty is en thojvir0nc.d on all sideb and forced 'to thi,-,; -:,tf'' Vp' 1 hv I ,v lt:lc"c d l)Qi1" Hy"4 cil warns to permit democrats to import jcoaibat cr perish. Yet they battled 'u;, ui'.j ! wit! iruo ntUDfit - :paar i, thn t.;i j 1 ,v lUjet vc , in Gil .n;Kii i:.v2i .a.v,jv. ovules assuming to itself a wmvrminvx nr ta old man, and tte.-wnttel inav . ;.r. . f7 ; . , s 1- ") calling it tii-3 "LnieKasaw Union;'-, ' , , f ,." , , ; , , hnn,win.,i i 1 . J,an waiiif-p jio'uiug nut tobacco tu nas undertake t to: endorse, -and: takK. ' 1 ,:4; vr, .Wo coijiplete the etiiisij vvuiea. to, . tuw T4. , , iiavo and toe sensiuwt,. turns oiji t PMuciplo toft in a press, under the b--o cai- ioya ;jjCrp,taaI la oanner of wnat was the Van ; Duren i oxiciifioii " 'to ' Iiis catalogue of wilful lrty, it will issue forth a prompt and n:ii.4in:(;f rv ' u ;, rr-markahlo ii- ; stance oft ho pervericity oftlie human ... . . J -, m 1 I . .... s a4 1 ' 'Z ' ''cisive blow tho liberty ot their coun- Nlw Yoiix :ans "vv oIlea.vs. itry. They have beennovy more than . ' on 1 - a year in tiie enj ymentcf independ- 'inetiuivocal denunciation of such " . ! . ' . . . . . .1.1... ! ict-.infn (H i iii'rvp.ririi v in i i m iiiiii i . .i . i: ....... hnea nwfli, Tr -j - . o...4v,w , v ------ , .. ; yci liiO UISCOUlHOiloui uiuiicy i vim e. profligacy. If yoii do not: if wi wjien ieft to itself, with all its int atpr than in uuisviT. if!1 ? 'irigular powers ofehecnngtlmmimli uc hiX I r n ' an0roreshin naedperjury,such;basejl fobr hundMd years to makensclf hcnin New Vork fwhcro it a. still w.daons o tho. first principled ptt0wii-Sii EuroW.'nnd vvhihvthb V i.,,,. ' ii fjoi- mi, you are.-, unfit Itt9.usa typelj?,i scurcoiy more ! thati' bonuib IttAnil - I . - ' - 1 "caueaiidink in thocausp oi anyi::ltrt iii a la'r.o portion ef the coh- I any, above tho grade cfthe crow of!tinentt tobacco took little mere than fiukiucu hunooner. PatienCB tn xvritn unnn n cAcr jui excites such profound disgust ' jnd indignation;'.-1, will barely add ci i mo ouivoi tne press to nunt y4W etuuouoi, i ., ; , i : half a dozen years to do Known as " 1 forbear. Mr. Editor, for I have far1 as ships can carry it; that it is lot patient '.n tn wrifn ; ii rr n till :fh "nlVvirr sntnffi I in. ivirli now the of every savage lip, with in! ilio circumference of tho'clobf, that fill t!ie atmosphere of the Conti rient vvith a T stench; 'that : the Spaa- Nuw p?r cent, or Fifteen per ccL jehce under a sa.utary government The discount on Mississippi monev jtht-ir resources have been aughient in New York is butiiinc Per cent iiiledin a teidbld ratio their popula- Ip'lliouisvillc from six to seven- and in jtion is far greator they have attach- Now Orleans it .is fifken per cchi.jed tnemseives to the region tor whose With' Now Orleans cur State'" hasldisenthralment they were content to hourly communication from her pon jbieed, by tbc many potent ties that will depart much of our cotton and j bind man to the homcof hisadopiion - They have praciically experienced tho blessinas of liberty, and are less ilthan ever disposed to yield it at tho will of an army or mercenaries Whom victory has taught them to despise. The' troops' that are even now tnar- nn'pin mir.d that the Banks ching into Texas will, we feel assu- in 'nNp.iv Orleans are bv no means red, meet with a rate as terrible as more safe than bur Banks that many their 'predecessors encountered on ofthem have forfeited their charters the - plains of San Jacinto. - What tiiat nearly all of them are controlled will three thousand myridons, half . by the all-powerful commission mer- jclad half fainishc-4 wretches, driven Jhose miscreant sherifisand hold iarH sucks !it; as he'sayis for the heat names to the Bpbirn "de? cjhe Dutchman for tho. cold the i JH01 anindighahtofllfe Frenchman" becanse h'-s iias ! nothing rj yuicers ttjustiouou!d bring tiie yicerst)iustic'Sljould bring tiie ols.to do-the uerman oecauso he ?jabIo oflbndets.tb condign 'puni wilf do;noAingplsc--thc London iimcnt.: V( i : i - V;.1 v: and American apprentice and loafer .'.'' ' vi 'Citizen of Mississippi. . because it niakcs him look like a gen- 7 e? "Coffee: " Toiapco.Threc t'eman and all because it is tho Let us oei chants -and that a major part of the bad debt of this State's held and duo there and ihi n enquire why (lees oar money .suffer greater depreciation there than m the moio nn tnein ci Bravo, '.be 'enabled to accomplish a gainst a population that will rise en masse in defence of t hi ir country, in spired by tho remembrance- of former ties? It is a" natural : operation - ef Itriumphs, end feeling habitual Con- trade. that at i our great tlioroughtare (tempt lor a ierocious, out imoccue of commercial, transportation the me- jibe. i dium of payment is less vaiuali'e than i Besides, Mexico can never organ in dkant places? We all know iizo a sufficient .iorce, to .thoroughly that the discount, upon our money Iconquor Texas. She cannct direct I 4 mi t I.) . it : ir