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L ; - ii ccived no
? 1! cai:o Gen.
" iv ;1 :mv of his
5rs, as we' Icarrt from the New
eans papers! Wonder if the as
iaii of the ' Wa-hirtori Union and
."rf-Democratic papers, that Gen.
rlor won't accept the nomination,
j any thing to ii j with the non-nr-ti
fGcn. TaIjr's letters? It looks
jpicious, any how'. But as it is
. known, positively tha t the Gen.
Jl accept, oii2;ht' ndt tlie thief to
wardlhc letters, as they cai be of
i further use! ' ' t-
V v Great i!u k r . Ju hj 1 S, 1 8 1 9!
' Its. ot the Grf.cn. V Patriot: '
On the 10th of Juno; as .President
. the Wilis: National Convention, I
jMres.-cd from Philadelphia to Oi n-
To the Ihm. JVM. Mo
. J.'M. Moki:::;:d, V
horo,' Guilford Co., C.
cms f:c::i t!
r; vt.rv at
" ''i Antonio
WHAT COL. BRAGG SAYA
A b on ut i f is bswdrd wns p resc ;i cd
to Li. Col. IL-axton Erai; on, the h
in-taut, by the citiztnbf 3Iobile,
a token of.the estimation inwhica
they. held ' his distinguished services
in the battle in which hevas en
gageJ,under Gen. Taylor, Iivthe val
ley oflhfvRio Grandcj. The presen
tation .speech was made by G. F.
Lindsay, Esq., and in the course 6f
Us reply thereto, GoL Bragg said:
"For all the success which has at
tended, me ill: performing those duties
I have been indebted to' the confi-"
tlence and kindness of my Comman
der, and for the gallantry and devo
tion of those who served under me.
!Passing by the incidents of Fort
Brown and Monterey, to which you
have so eloquently alluded, I may", be
pardoned for saying in reference to
the more memorable field, of Buena
Viata, that the credit which has been
awarded for the nart nerformed bv
:al Zfichary Taylor and linn. Mil- pr command on it'iat occason has had
hrd Fillmore letter, apjriMng them its origin irL thc'd.MiitercstcdnrsHnntf
' 'uf the nomination by the Convention, giw W-h!,. 0ld Chiof
usd requesting their acceptance of
; tbe nominatums.
Having received' no reply horn ei
(tier of. the gentlemen, the last ot June
' liJdressed then) again, and enclosed
copies ot my letters of 10th June.
j On the 3d July I l-cceived a commu
nication from'Mr. Fillmore,' dated at
. fVIbany, 17th June, which has been
i forwarded to the "National Intelligen
cer for publication.
From Gen. -Taylor i bavc received
' rocommanication,and 1 see by. a. N.
4 Orleans paper that as late as 5th Ju:
lv hp had received no communication
from. me. On yesterday I addressed
liim again, directly, and also through
rvvo friends; so that it r tioixxl some
one. of mv communications will reach
- Vim.. His rpnlv shall be i)ubliahcd
t soon as receive.iL
with i;r.-t il..yic
cf a large mrethr cftke 'ci'"
Raleigh, held on Mor.y '
which fjprec but by'no i:
magnify his peculiar virtue-:
At 'a meeting of the citizen cf Ral
eigh, who heard with painful e::.V
tibns of heart, the death of Vision
R. Galz1 Eq., cue of our mo-t c .ti
mablc fellow citizen?, who departed
this life at Petersburg, 6w the morn-
I ing of the '23d int., cn motion of the
iiiia-james ireucii, tu. IK 1 lay
Wood, Esq v Intcndant of the City,'
Vas called to the Chair, and Benj. B.
jiithwas appointed Secretary.
,11. W. Hunted, Esq then introdu
ce the subjoined Resolutions,' as ex?
prciive of the sense of the meeting,
anlyhich, on motion of D. K. Mc
Rac, xq., who sustained them in
some Wling and suitable remarks,
were unanimously adopted:
. WiieiVas, It has pleased Almighty
God; to Vike suddenly from among
us, our llow citizen and friend,
Weston IRGale.-, Esq., a man who
has long bW eminently distinguish
ed, as well. br his public services, as
for the private virtue, which adorn
ed his lifcyand endeared him to the
community. - ,
iiresoh'cd, That in the death of
hasTosf.bne v'ho.-e pubtLC spirit and
public rtVs4 have Jong - marked him
hsxTirervr ih liriMitcst ornaments.
ilCAUMlU lUdl, JM..1 ctu uis-
nton - ;
rcvious i.Gjice, n
" numher of the
t at the Court
' ' 1 foiiuiiiru-i
All r -j:Lri:
ihe cilT wjih a verj strong c;. j -i,y. j
calli:) ; ,
Chair, nr. !
CoL II. S. U
of the meeting, wuii.ilr
cause of 'iVmpcrrv;n.'e
tcntion. The meeting
happily and cflectlvely
the Rer." Mr. WiL:y, ryC t:
and i'lr. N. W. ooZi
Asheville. Whereupon it . .
't Rclolucd, That a commits . -persons
be appointed to report .to .
adjoiirned meeting, to be held in the
Court-IIouse, on the-12th of August,
what measures are called. for to ar
rest the evils of intemperance, and to
make arrangements for said meeting.
In compliance with the foregoing
resolutions, the Chairman ," appointed
trvr, tinned ihs s-jiciJj cf Mr.
jLuvc.was nerc cjaia tue cause. t a a. acv
wiiii rUurale: tccorIr-lv'Mr. Bit!
t.Js hi s Mill, by which he kit vlO,C JJ u f
h j siiicr ia Lo'ar.J, aLj'a' u'.jruiof h:
I'coperiy to tin (litAy Leaned Alurrcjij.
Us thea cair.miited suicide.
wPv. o Davs Liicr..--Sir.Ci ths abjva
was ia tyj e, ho U. S.'fcieamihip Now.Or.
luacs, Capiam E. AulJ, has arrived, hav
irg sailed on ih 17ih ini'.aat. Si. Las
ughi ocr lh heaJoparters of the 5ih
- try, ui-Jt-r cd.iin.'iuJ oi Lieut. CjIoh.1
We hve not yet receivtJ a full
si2Cers,'but by a card published
- Cvjiamo, we n-Jta that Cjrjaia'
the 2J Dragoons, Capi. U:ep
" 1 Artillery, Lieutenant Iliiu
:ry, Captain M'Ciclluu, A.
cole,!J Dragons, Ad
'o;h Inlarary, Luttauni
, Lieuieaaiit Merchant
.unt Brown kjJ Pat.
Jtenacf Ra3jrd; Ut
Sj came passt'i:tf on
IVom A iYcto OrUmnM Commercial Bulletin
GEN. TAYLOR'S ACCEPTANCE,
Iri consequence of the delay which
Jias attended, (lie receipt of Governor
Morehead's letter, nd the general
anxiety that is felt on the subject, the
toilmvinir cornnondcnce is laid be
fore the public, in, anticipation of its
The letter to Gov- Morchpad, went
f.rf-.,nl h- tbftmail oi the ISth and
wilL therefore probably appear at3 the
North, before this rcachcs.thcre. : ,
PniLADELnii , June JO, IS 18.,
Ocn. S.achary Taylor: Dear Sir:
r :.. xftVm Wli? nf tht"i
United Sti. , held in this city on the
7th inst, a: continued from day to
day until th. th, you were nomina
ted as a cand.. 1 tc for the .Presidency
of the ; United itcs, at the ensuing
.Presidential elet! ion. -
By a resolution of said Convention,
. it was made tin duty of their Presi
dent to commun.jate to you, the re
sult ofthcir. declarations, and to, re
quest your ac ptanco of the riomin
"In-nhpclirr-iito paid resolve, I,
the or-'an '-ignated, have the hon
or to m-: to you the foregoing com
munication,ndto ask your accept
, ii... w-"i"itnn.
4 rr,o lr:ir sir. to indulge the
hope that hewho never -shrinks from
:u:i;tx- nnr fails to tlis-
charge any duty assigned him by his
Government, will not nou' refuse the
rt,nnie rail of his countrymen
inm 5r-with sentiments ot very
' ' high regard, your most obedient sr
Vant L "M. MOREHEAD, "
lWr of th h:: Nat. Convention
who iscver inclined lo ue&tow on
others, honors justly, due to himself.
To General 1 ay lor,, and to him aloud, tressed oi this Git may bitterly
belongs all the glory tor that achieve- plore the loss oi one, whose lmpul
ment. And I but express the uni ver- si ve gericroMty and benificcnt acts' for
sal opinion of those who 'served un- their relief, knc no bounds short of
der him, in saying that no other liv- his absolute inamt.tvto relieve. His
ing man Mcomu uac uuiumcu mac jeari v;is u.iw;ijanu; , ins- xianu u.i-
victorv. bo great was that conh- wavs open as d ivto meltinir chari
denee renosed iri himbv the troons.lt v.". , .
that no -other could have commanded! "-Resolved. Tha'tU friends ot the de
it, that his presence on anv part of ceased, wc know tict where to find
the field was sufficient iiot only to his equal, in thoknild arid manly
change despair into hope, but to give virtues so effect'uallik winning liearts
assurance of victbrv, andto dispel all to friendship.; II isfjj ends were ma-
doubt of ultimate triumph." : nV and devoted; wdtt jievc he had no
This is the testimonv of a true and enemies. . H
patriotic son of North Carolina; who5, .; Resolved , That biinuly may well
,.i t t i. :-ir grieve, tor the loss oftb Head. Few
amiougn a ijcmocrui, luiuui iu , , , fatll(avnfi hnoanfi
join his party in their, ungrateful at- or master. God only an ..heal the
tempts to blight the fair fame of one wound. . I t
who has deserved so well of his conn- Resolve d, That w wll receive his
r tj t ti body, on its arrival it t
think of this, t
mittec, viz: CoL.B. J. Gatther, 1.
R. CaldweilEiq., Dr.J. M-. Ilappoldt
lev. J. M. Wilson, CoL C. IIcDow-
ell William Fullwood, D. . Copcning,
William Gibbs, John IL Pearson,
John Rutherford. -
It was furwie&orderfd'that the pro
ceedings of this meeting be published
in the Highland Messenger
. J. D. FERREE, Sc3.
body, on its arrival it tie : Depot in
this City, and attend t touts place ot
rest. - J
Resolved j. That a copy bf the pro
ceedings be furnished-, to i he familv
of the deceased. :
On motion of Col, W. It II. Tuck-
GEN. CASS LIYES--RICn DIS-
? The investigations. vof the several
A.i;;nnc nf ihh r.nmnhlft Iivps ofGrn.ler.it was
' r i-i nffMiiil'iiTmn' Resolved, That the Mcrihants be
Cass disclose a system of frwd upon . ..f d
.1.1 iIrrri'v in Tn - . . , .',
me pcupiu . the Funeral Scmccs. '
hl-tory of the country. ,1 he editor ot Qn motion, the mectiig adjourned
the N. York Express, writing . from . W D. HAY WOOD, Ch'nYu.
Wointr'fnn snvs: ' -B..B. S.MITH," Setretarr.
ruJ'n ;rt tP tW fivnT Jivra IIis remains arrived It the Depot
rnn I sntn fni r iflprnnt in this Citv,about half past 1, P. M:
of Gen. Cass, intended lor uuierent ,T , jifjv- .1 v
i- TkAM tivnor1itirvnL on Monda v, attended bv, his' broken
meridianSi Ihere erc twq coitions , L j a. ri..
issued in March last, dncltwo inJune; i X S -X i '
. . i:i. who had cone too late b close hi
the two in uine vni, m cuau.iti, . l -
unlike thos6 of March;, and the two W and .were immaliatdy convey
US -r.,.An :ed to their last resting pkee, atten-
otislv designed; for a Southern and -""J - i
v : ; ah rtttnnmt the Funeral Service of theEpiscopal
Norihem market. All attempts at , i
tnn vm-iUfio matter v'"ulwl " WJ
wiull A:I: u: Mason. . The Merchants cbsed their
are alterations,7 :
doors, and the whole citv scimed vei
ed in sadness.
t . Tniv in. is is. -1
---7 . . I
' Sir: I hnve had the honor to rc
cmoy. ..' c :r,r.-.:-nt!cu of June
in,L i thit the hiT Con-.
vention;wLich"a, at PLila.
delnhia on tV.c 7th cftl.t mondi, and
ofi:iv.Mv.rc rrc-.idin- 0,1-
.7... 1 ,f. t,0 1 ne 1 ress nas iosl an auu iauor
eailion. una uuuticu m uu. umti, . r 1 1 i
P A!" v;.i,ni.n ;ntth-ViU the poor a friend who neva refuses
mot ProvisoT inserted 111 one, and o- ..s .v t j
ninions upon the Jb rencn uevoiuiion t 7 1 1 i Vui K
r ?. .. !.iiB..;.1,i,afU.- l,tM,1 sons, and his family Ah! Vho can
" "r W WJ tell the depth of their rro! We
Cass is" made to haveour faces, one uumuiuu.j mj pu.-r
for each ot the different points of the May he temper the Ws i, these
eomnass. - He, looks North and West Aorn IzmhsU-Ralcigh Rcgisttr. t
in favor of Internal Improvements; MEETOG 0F THE" ROUGH aK'D
boutliwara nc enuyi nrnv nini
... . ;rf tlm .nnrl nnnmves nft n.kA.Ul LC-U1J.
nil that he has done. ' . - Wednesday, Jt;ly2G, J6lS. .
i He-has two faces upon the. Wilmot The Club came to order: byf cilling
Proviso, two upon the tariff, two up- p)r. MX. Neilsonto the Chairl
nn the French King and Revolution; upon patriotic speeches were nade
and his friends have shown him up by Messrs. W.' Williams, Johi Wr.
in so man v -wavs that, hejias more Voolfm, James M.Edney- and N
lives than a est: The last I have WC Woodfin, Esas : V .
vLl:i is in German, and this , is ex- When on motion, a Committ of
pre - ly intended, by its omissions and 5 were. appointed, whose diity it ii to
rditiens. to mislead and deceive that I make. suitable arrangements" for'Jie
lsrgo p - "'n of our adopted citizens reception of o;:.- Voluntei', and a!sq
v.I.J d wi among us. These .little to tender them a public dinner. . 1
tricks of little politicians can hardly I- Meeting nd-rned to meet next
Lave any other effect, now that they Wednesday ni-hr. '
o.-cd, than to recoil upon those
akeiiic c: t:iQ7.L
M L. NEILS QN. Chm.
L B. Sawyle, Sec.-'
Fro7n the Ar. O. Picayune, J-24 it,tt.
IjVxkw rno.u jlexico.
Engagement between thd Troops of ISui
, tamente and Fured'es.
Our; pckuges by the' Alabama, contain
papers Irorn the city ol Mexico to the Ilih
iisUiot--tbree days later than our former
accounts. 1 , .
We have at la 6t accounts of an engaged
rnent' between the truopi uf Busts ineute
irid Paredes. The oihctal ; report of the
former officer is bffure us, tJuted Marfit,
the 7th inst- It ii nut worth translating
a: length, "but e givo the substance-ot it,
He arrived at Marfil on iha 5ih itistani aud
established there- his headquarters. lie
immediately ordered reconnoissuntcs to
be tiude ot the heinlus on wkich Parade
bd planted cannon, and 'ordered a Hoe 10
be termed by which alt the entrances tu
the citv of Guanajuato should be secured.
fhis wfs done amidst 1 short discharge of
rhuskqtiw, which did no harm. "Ttieprin
Cipal" positions of the enemy were fduud 1q
be the carita tiurmiguero, and the heiwhts
of El Tnjado nd San Miguel, On the 6ih
he determined to attack the; Hnniguero
and the Tido.. Thia was accordins'iv
done, hui with no decisive result, o far as.
wc can judge, noi knowing ihb' localiues
He claims thai he drove the insurgents sev
e?at limes behind thtif works, they having
sallied out to attack him.. His own luss is
said To be slight, white P4redts had 27
killed and about sixty wounded. he tor
ces of 'Pa redes received considerable ac
cession from the people ol the surrounaing
country, he having promised iem ' jhe
-sack in:; of Guinijuato 1 after hii triumph
should be secure. 1 he reports ol bustamete
is accurnuanied by various subftrports o
no interesl here, and an address ut Luta
; iiin"te lo his troops, which is as genuine
ft specimen of Mexican gratdiioutince as
we have .met in wu$ a long wmie, .
Th ive?p.ipers ha.ve nrivate lellersfrom
Guanojuata to th 7th. These gves a less
tavorabie coloring to the success ot Bus
tamentei though ihy . speak wait of :tho
courage displayed by hirrty. Thy say the
pronunciados-hud much the adiTn:ae ot
position; and Paredes, coinma,ndng in per
son, sucevded in. rtuting 'u purnurt jf th
tiircs of BusUmente.,' The Uteres touk
prtwjth Partds and wumabjui s'ealir.g
theguos of the slain and ' setlig them.-
The letters say thai many wre UtlU-d
'wnhoul specilying m which sadti A Yau
1 kec artillprisl, on the side ot Ptwedes, had
a foot shot off in.'lhe action an .--oao- of
pastamentes ;uns was d:sirioun c J "
Tht superiority in numbers if the fr
ces of liuiiamente enabled hvn to put a
good fic on matters ando relnsru Iran
qulf ail the Tih. The paperswtin:ier whv
t..- Tttntind piysive, beiievinj vi
fM.otis uctutn-an'd with his Mij(.or lorct"
at one cruh ihv iTiiurjrectioa.
From :sfniiK ifi-J n'l ; i e i'Iij 4 ,J
tu'it t'. 'C.U- ( i" lV'ld-S HM'KTV jV
ecquincg sir.. w . llece tl;canitcity cf
ijers not yet hsing at
bally that it was cur
ht'VL'd m Vera Cruz
. icuted Bu&tutnentu,
Jer of five huudred
' the Alabdmi gave
y . and uuon iuulU
iat i ..
ciil- 'I ..,
Jt Ul. v
CfciVt-d ll !
tesns u 1:: . i.. : -
Vera Cruz, ui ... . .1 no
latest lUiellleiiCO Iro;; ;,
ed lito dcUit ol P-'. .
and uoi Bji'ii.:..-.'
h ive it from , onuiJ:, r r
Captaiu. AulJj in co::;
the lullowtng para,-:
iQietlieot Mcxic.r.H . :
the Uct uf tnert poitc J u .
and without c'ouuud.i.;. t
Ktfirrn'thal he will t.,;
mcnt ot llorrera.
f Lieutenant Martin. CJ
at the Naiiondl Bn :y
of yelluw tJcr, ui.r I. - .
short leave ot atv.-i :
j The troops are t ',
have had trujsporis i
them; except the l&i L
stationed m part ia t;
town us the garnsua 1 -
companies of drajjo. , i.
jear.guardof the airnyi
(juueral Arii'.a, uia,.:
h'is rfciiynd. '
Arriv al of t2. s
At .au early huui t..
ved our advices by l;;- 1 .
The papers f rom U: j . . .
are no liiier than wre i;
abatna. : v !
The Great UV
at poon ! Thursd i
Vera Cruz on fc'v... t,
brought over STOjO'JU ri (
the oilicers and'men ct tl,-;
besides a laje nunit r .
The troops were :r:.;..
board Ihe U.S. stea;.: r ... . ,
be conveyed lo E'uscj;, .
A letter trom .Mdjr C .
lerniaster in Mexico, -ancholy
tnteiligetice oi 1
T. M. Gltason, A. Q. .' .
Vera Cruz'on thc lG.'. :
pau 10, P. 11. , ahcr - .
ot the voinifo. Major C
can do no justice to t!. ) ;
meritorious otficer, who ;
country wtll j h1; j
Capt, I, was with Gen. 'i .
tie ol Monterey, and s;... . 1
performed arduous djt) u
Mexico, and parucjlrly i
'Ve have cosurs. i
foreigner, a passenger v 1
tern, whti kit the c:iy cl ."
I2.h. Ho sis lb it i
exceedingly ahnr. . J t : 1 .
cets of ParoJs -.J;t sw. ;
lortiry the 'cr'j .t i!. city t
appruUch. it wi,iu,ijI.
be lo w 1 hit th'- l . v -j i '.: 1 1 f
lament was sinady Jtf.-a. e J
he rt jrlot the I,::. .
irary nutwi.hst n J.' T , --
Two Americans trz ro'L
the cjhv b.'lore iiuo- i.:t
then murJertJ. TU. hd a
ot iroae uit!itLti, -uiVv..'-1
The Mexican aut.hu'K.'a
robbers H '.vi 1:. ;tl.j rj i 1j
as t&Si as takt.i.-" .
V.' ; ; rf'.'T c
ut i - C '..: -
.: tl -
n ! '
t"rrj!.-j i ;
hne cf t ':r ep';
bi siir. j I .iui it rt
iho IJiji't d Sia!c3 lin t
try, cor.-j';:r'il c't kc?
A rur.i r wn-ni it t
ParJt :nij P.,a-.inir.:c
fi ,;!.!, l-A I coa!J cl tqa:
lis source. . " '
.- The ' Tr.s w'n hr.:
n t!i? cu ? ji I ;r
ou'jiori'.ii ..1, held a mceiu
irg and pissed resolutio;
tneatnry to' Mr. D.aia'ni'
tor. 1 have also heard I
thjttof t!.e mrfclmn cf
llieir sense of his ur.L'r
attention by a public' di
VI:i!j 1 wiite, tl.
marching past, with dri
colors flying, on ihair
there to embark on bj in
mer for Cat hhnJ. T
iH-ahhy, mid are clc
theyhad just marclu.d' o
Speak r tig of tlw-lth, I )
pteasura cf shaking luru
may ga. , . '
1 have heard nf i ever a
fever within thw last f-w
them ibnt cf Capt.- Gl
who ts not expucte to sv
, . Tilcgi
; .Froi; rtcw
Undr date of 14th ml
leans, we loarn that
pi ?ce Ml on'th? night ol
by iich accident a,
uyre drownrd: Some
by swimming. The nu
ts unknown at tha tin:
t'.y doing in otto:
;ndt;d by holders.
1 XX ev. Win. i:
'jjs gentleman, win
b miny ' tho i
ent out wiiti the 1
2see, as ch.iplair
".ed, but whiit ab
' with quite an ndvet
written by him '
i in this place, we
make the fultawi
.'ft lha city, and in ihe
r:t occurred, which a:
titu innocrnt 'amuse
a given hour, wa wi
..iy. Through some''
t together, u'nd the
-need some five miles
A frif 1 ficcompa
niles; wht-n he toturne
ertske my - comrades
ro two great big Me'
j nn either aids , ant
going, &c ' Pies
imes "were &u brauiifu
' could not misunJerstc
'i . a fine horse Jar
i:h till he could ma a
' ' all put spurs to our
! me, except oao
i this moment, 1
and fell. The
i, i long ropo fi;
lns.?0'. ' me. Welt7
fit my neck.' I
ol, raised it I
-.ik as thtfugh
Tjst then 1 r
vas fi: to die,
" fnd been,
'9 fiy tn
As Iks call
.RINGS', as C!
" re, wtl
j do j
Pic II: -tcf tl-Unl