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' ! i Gen'l. Harrison.
, NEW '.SERIES.
42,; GR VOLUME II
Frornthe New Orleans Picayune of the 24th: ultimo.
From Mexico-T-Iiriportaiit Ncr.
TWELVE pAYS LATER.
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null . Pji r,ni: rri
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Ae VcconJ between; Jhu power of the Sfatn and at thisj port yesterdajKmnrning from Vera Cruz.
fpiintenane'if jniur p !icy of ordr and
Lotion, -'will .TnoiSsand hiore insure the 1
rta' 1 i i i t
l, (jcreioprneiij m our iniiiuiions ana lliO rty
f of the national prosperity.
I (.. Muriinmut Lid L,.,l;,..l I 1 ! .
.If RV" V W M'UVU II3CII III
l-ini 'ho eiccuiioiv of (he great works Wiich
nave roieu, ine necessary ineasureH mr
ifl;ing them a oiicmxion will le ufiriitted
,-Tot. ThU iwb jshiill in4 a fw year bav
f4e'fcfd onVancqr bb p(M ;rfil guarantiJ
Jtctar'dv an J i he: tort de o.iin r ht-r
jiifl acttvityi aiiJ 'M a tat
over all iirf 'f "iiriierriiory an ! thr
. ". :' J L. .I...5! , , ti'n .. .
jlcUi P uoi popui:iiipni v uiie iht nn
,irtant crdii't have iecn jibiained the situ u'umi
liHirflaawiCfiiarjiatiy-uecotntf inure an;l n nt
Law wfatinwJlrf iinaH:e,! with varioti other
.ature, whose Abject U to intnrhiee in' ihi I
Jniifiiitialiori iinportantJjrnproverntMits, will lo i
A,,rfiy pr'aenteti t y oii.n
..I'miitnjie to r.reiv from all fiiri'in, poivers
grille and nmrcablei asti-aiices. I lipe thai
pijrjr which hat'inuiintainti general' p 'ue a
iJjl'iii.'maiiy.aloria'-'Will- ohm diycaa-e l hi?
armory k tny roin to i- lelj in honor.
Xhn friendship I hut iniifes on to tin Qrieeh
((Ireat ftri'ain. and oP whirli h has, Juairi
wrecavy-Ht!irdeJ. iikj an amicable tfistinUny;
4l .ilj in ituarciinKMi(i,f otir pivernni -nti;
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ii.nr ni.ii"ii-. i ur i ij-miii I il('illlt'(I
fT?H tfi fr pntrin doU n ihtodioo Jlavi
iriHe if al.liiM ino.n.' t ini course i f b in
fd nao rXi'ClMii I Uvh by tin- t otdiiM
,;irrji(i'ii of the inuilinle t'.tti-v vi' the
4ife. iho'lnvr tfH(irll be eflVuci u.hIv
con. She sfjiM thence on J he 13th instant, bringing
jeijrrsjtM iiic uay oi sailing, liy her ye have
reCivH our file fi-mit Veraj Cruz to th lliii,
atif frAro the city of Mexico to the 6th. The
nev is very important. i
jFhJ city was nlletrypsterday with confradic.
torr nimors in rj?ard to Mr. SlidplL Th r-
Med, and Ut ihi'
S:lll)( t IlltP. inir iiiii'nirti
ipl'n placi-d undfr the ck hi5ive Mirveilan :e of
i'ltavo rrftson io bonfl that hu common
jaiT Kra;tvH Vnu"t'iaUml will h'ad, on
nail rraitv' up
Ijnh i)f the U v
11 I.IU'.SIO (
rilr and atiftccoinmfucial ndatioua, w
jinr .i oNieti i our eitwr:.
(Event whhdi fdploiV, but wVi h have a
p.n rjrnmii'M me jiivr.-Mm oi our Hoklu-rs,
iiiifld iiir nosWiorii in Alrb-a. I
ii'i!edprnnit ineaurVi!iii order that the
tin:iliu 'of jidKctf inay retain every when tl:e.
aiidcriu&pry t!at bicom Imt. Wish
Hi,ji!;ince o tjiiue oip riHTgelrr- persever-
! win l.ty'lhij IkMindutioii of thn seciuitj
p rt at first credited ta that he had bfen or.
died from the Rep;ibjic ; that he thereupon de.
mWl)dl ian escort frim Jalapa to Vera 'Cniz.
wjii.hj was I'efued him ; ihaf Commander Ger
rt of the Somers. the lying at Vera Cruz.up.
on thiji proceeded with a detachment of officers
ntd Marines ti escort Mr. Slidell to ihej coast,
a distance of sme 70tor 80 miles. We do not
nljalij iniiirh credit tn ttiis rumor it appear im.
p si!! Airain : a letter' dated .the 9ih, from
Vrera Cniz say, that up to that dafe MrjSiidell
had rWt dem'inded of the new government anv
refogjiitjon of his oflifial capacity, but the pop
u'lir belief wa that stich reeognition would be
; refined. Another letter dated the ISfli says:
j 4 IVf. Rlfclell has demand"d liis passport's, hav.
i ina flu led inthe obieet of his mission. This
anryvirs to us the more probable version. The
M''kitjani papers before us say nothing on this
subject. X ' i ' '
. number f important despatches were re.
reived hy th Pario. whieli were yesterday fir--warld'nl
to Wahinrton by mail. So fr as we
lrn. n letters h:vV been received in town
from M-. S'id-dl of a late d tte. Our own opin
io l-ls l that the lini" the Pario sailed that gen
t'enfa 'Mias at Puebla.
, The United Slates brig Somers C mmander I The following is ihe composition ofjtbe Cab-
.er)ry arrived-at jVer Cruz on the fi ll insfant.Tinet of Gen. Paredes
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the 2J of the above article? met on ib 3d in.
stnt. Gen. Tornel was chosen President, and
Gen. Almonte and another. Secretaries. Gen.
Piredesas then chosen President f the Re.
pMic. His election and his acceptance wpre
communicated through a committee. A com
mittee of three wag appointed to draw up he
oajh to be administered to the President. Tjivo
of them reported in favor ot an oath in the us.
ua form, to observe the existihglaws, !&c. ; but
Gen. Bustamente was in fiifor! of compelling
ihej President to swear to repel thefi invasion
of the United States.' After a Jong discussion
the. Assembly assented to thei report of the ma.
jority, and, upon this ground, thai the
manded by (Jen. Bustamente woiild
mount to a declaration of war, aiid that it was
beyond the competency of the Assembly to de
clare war. . - I' ' i
0u the 4th inst'v the oath was administered in
great state. The Piesident made a Nrief dis.
course, to which Gen. Tornel replied, and all
hands pnieeeded to the cathedral, whpte a Te
Dtpm was celebrated. The President's dis
coiirse is patriotic and commonplace, a'njl makes
no allusion to the f ueign aflairsof the republic.
'I he Assembly adjourned the same day. The
torn of the oath which thePrestdent finally took
is as fjllows : j '; .
"You swear to God to sustain the independ
ence and integrity of the national territory : a
gatnst any fireign aggression whatever ; and
the, Republican, popular, representative system ;
and the plan of administration of the Republic,
Agreed to by the Act of the Army on the 2d of
The Gen. Bustamente, who took prjrt in this
Assembly, was not the ex-President jof that
name. Both he and Gen. ilerrera wjere inyi-
led to take part in the proceedings, but indig
nantly refused. j
yivjM'riiv of.' Algeria.
nMdw?i;lving at Sacrifiuo on the V3ih. The
B-it"h bpig Persian, the French brig GrifTn.
and !lhe Spanish rig patriota were likewise ly
ing thf.re!. The Spanish brig Jason was in fiort.
TTieW were all the fireign vessels of war at
Vera Cruz. The schwoner Creole and her
miffirKlite brig Petersburg were in Port.
The revolution in Mexico appears to be com
p'eie. Refire enterinr the. city of Mexico, con
fereiices' were -held between Gen. Paredes and
fTrded nvi vur
wrMi.raiiiii"iii!Uie great .anu artiu .u.s
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hi ft the inlii.nai will has Minim u0 o e. to
tl. Providencii fiasi Messed our dfuls
bMituued i)i. prectnus; consolations, in
a fdinily", !, AVher'ever they lave appeared.
aviinis have I t'rift. wdrtlit v i ih!il h i amc
t .-..! t .1 ' . . I I.
vruiice'. ; My rindsjins arc increasiri
wimntcr, and growing unifer my own eyes
4uaret jsh and Mveetejst ''hrpe is that, by
ranee nod our zeal 'in serving
her atfection, and
ot tniy lanniy hiiu couniry ie ior
t ii '
nr wen, we 1 1
Tbc Chambtf bn Depif ies re -assembled n
te 29ji, an electejd tlm P resident for the ses
lion. Tiielchoice" fell upon ' M. Sauzet, tlb for-
tier President and UohKcrvittive candidate, , by
iUtotei; ii being a majority of GO viited
Gen'. A iileueia at Gaufit loupe, close by the cap
ilol.iiGen. Valencia representing the firmer
i;nvtnuwnt. and for a lime, indeed, acted as
President of the repuHlic. ' In their conferen
ces in yh.ich Gen. Tornel shared, the siiMmi.s.
siin of the capitol wasfuUy arranged.' Valencia
aiming .to spare any rfTu-in of blood. The
entrance1 was not m id till ihe 2 loliimo. when
a potion of the. garrison -of the capitol march
ed out and joined the troops un lor "Paredes, and
the yhufe thereupon escorted him into the capi.
tt in. triumph, amidst salvos of artillery. An
a Idrss of the general was immediately issued.
yy j lis contents are unimportant, save that he urges
our I the.. troops to be tolerant and peaceable. '
lien. I aredes hnn previou.-ly ad'lt essed a let.
ter til Gn.4lerrera. anmaincing his inexorable!
deterinination to carry through the revolution.
atter appears to have yielded his authority;
ti Gen. Va-eneia- without a struggle. Thet
a'ate of siege ' in which the ca'pitol has been;
placejd by Ilerrera, was declared at an end onj
Si t of Ipf pmlipr. 5I
There was a menting in Mexico on the 2l of
January tJ general officers and others called by?
Gen Paredes. After avowing the pronuncia-i
mento at San. Luis, he. declared to the Junta his
M. DufiiiseJ the oppositjpu candidate, wh(i had
wva lli,iu VI rvriAa oa.iia I l ti a t
, , t t ! ; : . . J . I readiness to submit to tneir prudent resolutions!
...u..-rTu:m ua:. .e .co ,-fvai,e ur u.i.er.. and entire liberty which each enjoyed H
pronounce his opinions. I hereuiMin addition
andjexplanations were made to the solemn Aci
i! candidates were xdiosen on the first ballot to
the CJur- Vice Pres Sdcntihips.
f ,Xews had been received in Paris of tlnf tnel
f'J liKf tosi of bei goyi'lrnment steamer Pa pin.
i She .WJ Cadiz, pec. 5 ifif Senegal, and a storm
. coining on jshe grouruWd on a sandbankL n ne
t triilei noritiNif hNloriradore. near the main land.
It proved iinrxtsslble to! 'let her ofl. For
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ottrhe rr slated the i ttack of the wavif. luit
1. &f at length U'ent down, and of 15T persons
. DO were-hit linnnl iriilv 7fi were aivc '
General Alnvmte, Minister of war ; Senor
Luis Pan as, Treasury Department ; Senor Cas
tillo y Lanzas, Foreign Affairs, and Senor Be
cerra, (Bishop of Chiapas) of Justice, &c. ; .
Such is the Cabinet according to a private
letter of the 13ih December.' Gen. Tornel re
fused the portfolio of Foreign Affairs and Scuor
Gordva reiused-that of Justice. j
Of these ministers, two have represented
Mexico near the Government of Washington;
we allude to Gen. Almonte and Senorj Castillo.
The ministry' is represented, as a Ixxly, deserving
ol public, confidence. '
jNotTTiog is said in the papers in relation to
the feelings of Paredes towards this! country,
but verbally we learn that he is very postile!.
El Mmi'or, f. the 2J inst. contains an aWi
cle upon the critical situation in which the Cali
fornias arc placed, with the view of arousing at-
tention to the suiMecf. Mi
, The latest dates from this city' which the Ve
ra-Cruz editors had receivedwere ihej29th No
vember. They infer from I them somewhat
strangely that the: Cabinet of Washington was
somewhat alarmed at the menacing jaspect o
our relations with England, and inclined to re
cejde from its extreme pretentions in regard to
Texas so far even as to restore the hew State
to Mexico, ' flattering unction ! ' i
Gravo complaints are made in a communica
tion from Gen. Mejia, of the 30th Nov., that
there are numerous Mexicans regulafly engag
ed in furnishing the American troops at Corpus
Christ! with supplies. 3 I ' !
Of the $30,000 in the National Treasury the
day that the capitol declared fir Paredes, $25,
000 was ordered by Herrera to be sent to- the
Armyof the North. Whether it was so sent
appears doubtful. i j
IMPORTANT FKONi CANADA.
We f find inbe Montreal Herald the
proceedings of a rhetingheld pursuant to
a notice! addressed to thrt inhabitants of
Montreal, hy autKoritvof tbe Constitution
al Committee. The meeting convened on
he 16th inst.. in the large hall attached
to St. Paul's Cathedral, and was attended
it is said, by more than two thousand of
he most respectable and influential of the
citizens of Montreal. We copy the fol-
owingj report :
Honorable James Frnser was called to
he Chair, and Captain Maiden requested
o perform the dattes pt' Secretary.
The I Hon. Chairman, after a few
preliminary observations regardingthe ob-
ecl of the meetitig, as previously convey
ed by the notice called upon those gen-
lemon who were prepared with motions
relating thereto, f4o enter thejiusiness of
the evening, when the following resolu-
ions were adopted without a single dis
sent ing; vioice in the vast assemblage:
First, Moved bv John Wilson, Esq. se
conded by Arthur, Buckly, Esq. .
rhathudging - from recent events in
the neighboring republic, it is not improb
able that a' disunion of the American
States is not far distant ; and as ibis rne'et
ting doiibts not that those favorable to
true liberjty, both civil and religious, would
gladly avail themselves of an opportune
tv of dissolving a connection with men
of habitsotnd feeling diametrically oppos
ed totheir own, that ihe. approacbing rup-
ture affords a favorable occasion of secur
ing them! an alliance wilh our peaceful
colony." ; . ' ' ,
Second. Moved rv Archibald Home,
A Bill has rieen .introduced into the
Pennsylvania Senate providing for the
gradual extinguishment of (be debt of that
State. Irs provisions are thus stated by
tbe. Harrisburg correspondent of the. Phil
adelphia Inquirer, who thinks the bill good
and practicable, except the eighth section :
iTbe first section provides that the pre
sent collateral inheritance tax be doubled
to 5 per cent, and when the'claimants are
non-residents of the United, States to 10
per cent. T
2d. 'Levying a tax upon all descending
real and personal estate, of more thitn
Tlx Turpentine 'Region, Ti .U
State has nerer, to our knowleJ-e, I
prosperous a condition ts at prese i.t.
! have risen, one, two, or three hundred j
' negroes hate risen prouatiiy nay por c .
hbor is so profitable that the country n
j money to make investments. At a lit
sale in Wilmington of f-ty negroes, t!
!age price 'paid for men, women r
idren, is stated to hare been $330. Int!
part of Bladen, handsj hired fr from
8161. A gentleman; who had gone '
mington to sell his turpentine, in p
81900, remarked that (bat sum was the ;
of the lalior of f ur handi. .
As a consequence if litis State r f t!.
fir the first time, probably, manj pcrs
the upper counties arej moving dowi..
tide of Western emigration may bo said
ceased entirely. "I ;
This is a more propt able busines t!
Walker's imaginary profits of the mai.:
and five limes as' much tir reai pn :.
should continue fr a jear or tf o, we 1
pect to see L'co Focoisro, envious a? i
tf the prosperity if any class, runnir.:
gainst tho turpeotiael maker. lr
Observer. , J J . .
A Fatal Duel. We aave been pr!
i 1 .
learn, and are nowpained to inform o-
82000, and i ss than 810.000 1 per cent ; , ' , - . J lu . ,
,i o.rtnnn 11 .1 ftrtl ! that a Duel was f Might yesterday in n;.
j il TODni than 810.000. and less than 825,- j , , " Y-J- ....
i 000. 2 per cent ; jf more than 823.000 and Bladensburg. l-twee VK Daniel Jo..n
L... ' Thomas F. Jtines. Esnbf Pemuifnons c
830.0n0. anrl lriVnnn. 4 ner cent t itn. (North Carolina.) which terminated at t;
t; : - 1 - , I , t 1
wards of 8100,000. 5 percent; and when
the claimants arej not citizens'of the Uni
ted States, double these rates. j
3d, 4th and 5th sections, provide for en
forcing the above;.
6th, The Statej Treasurer to keep a dis
tinct account of all receipts under above,
to go into a sinking fund.
;7th. Governor,State Treasurer and Au
ditor General, to be Commissioners of sink
ing fund, with power to invest-in State
stocks, Scc. ; j
i 8th, The State Treasurer to ascertain
the whole amount of assessable property
in the Commonwealth; also, the State
Debt, including ftelief Notes.; apportion
the same upon the different counties ac
cording to the property in each, ami sepd
hre in the instantaneous qcatn 01 me i-r:
I 1 t
It is said lhat the ur iung C'niba!a:.',
his second, were arrestee upon the spt't 1 .
civil authorities of the county. (Prince Ge
Maryland.) Xat. Int F b 3.
The Ltt:e Duel near D ailenibttr VI
lowing particulars of icciirrences iinmei!'
following the duel belwe -n Mr. Jones an
Johnson are given by a correjHindint (
Richmond Ennuirer. and are itrcsuni 'd i
- 1 . , . :
' Afier the parties concerned in.the l itf
duel were taken to Uppep MarllNi'rouh, ;
request of the magistrate, who had rvf.
take bail, a Judge ,f he jSuprior Coiat
Btate re-examineil the case, and dec! ! ! t
as killing in a duel was-tiot a capital 1 '
according to the lan of iMarvland, lh
certificates of suqli to the 1 reasurer I ot i,nder arrest were ent iled to lie admitteil t
the several counties, who are to publish
the same. &c. Scc, and providing that the
Esq. seconded by Edmund Drenon, Esq. ownTa ol ProPe.rty ,n the. several counties
..Thoti;m,J.,i ...ithtMt. n ;nn Ir may pay od their proportion uistocksatid
of San Luis Potosi in substance as follows :
s ' ... j
1st. The- termination of the function of the
ild Congress and President is declared on th
sanfce ground as at San Louis Potosi.
2inlf A Junta of Notables, composed of twp
froiji tjaich department, to be named by the Prcj
sidentrshall elect at once a : person to discharge
itiwexecuuve iiincuons. until me exiraorninary
Chhgreiss shall meet, which is to f irm a consti.
lutpm ill conf irmify with the 3d Article of ihe
Act of San Luis. !
JbHsrZiajJieK WRlniir. We learn bv
tbe Columbia (S. Cj) Chronicle, that this 3 I. This Junta of representatives shall be
individual bus been I arrested in that citv dissolved when it has: elected a President, and
on a charge o( fennibling, and held to bail administered the oaith to sustain, the mdf-
n the Sum btr000 lor his appearance PF11 inrp ""n, um- repuoiie.i 1. ipu r
. . s . . 1 r.riiiiniivc Rvs'cin. and the adinmistrative
I I; T J ,
- .. iJiiii of l he Reiiolilic'
lice ot 1 a r
II was nnnrrhended bv ihe. no
m ' t- ) : 11 1
olumjim, imhijediait'lv after the tiublica
4th The powers of the President are limited
1 . 1 is. m. 1
a... .'-a . ! n. . . . k'iiA.va-ii,rviad; am nion ti univ im irt
wonntan nrttde by the Chronicle, dopied " : 's i.;y '"'T
theWytbevillefVa) MountaidWhig , tended to provide f.rnatnmal def-nce, and then
ririn V A .n,;A .-,r ! otdy. according to a provision 111 existing laws.
ttiiarr. .?eJ ,r-ta r .vl t.l I ,.t '5tliu rh ministers of the provisional Prew.
l I la f ' rr a a 1 1
la . r - w
VL I la f rr a a
vjujeviwe, A a. J tus Ctrl whose name
Mnrgret E. .Ourxv was onlv! about
l or 16 Vars 'of : age. Wright pasised
'a last n sum naer at and about Ctfavson
ulphurSpritigs, and by some means be
'iim acquaiiiicu viiu tier, gam
dejit afe respimsible for their acts to the fifst
coiistitiilioual Congress : but these acts canrjot
6th. iThe President in eight days afler taking
possession o in we r shall convoke an extraer
1 t dinary Congress, whsch shall assemble in flur
h. , inondis in the capital; and ia firming a cbusjti
-".--luus.oringiug sorrow anu uesotauon ftj1(i sar!intce3 whieli it has t.nce adopted fr
. . T.VV?'j r i,u.M1 e ni- j interior government, !
p tnartner ef the most extensive cathe-
rJs of Eurbpei I It is intended to appeal
, orid;in 'this Undertaking to. every-con
treri.,t.. .t .1 r .,
i, (vmih pi: uieir uenomination in ine
Mates, lilt is; estimated that tho
1 cost about seventy-five thou
' 7lt An m-tiiill council h.i 11 riri'iin in cits.
IZ V.i , " ."V r U ; Pf, 'V'11 1 1'ilhin. it shall Hot alter or change the princip
'Potable, and fcatislng disgrace, ignominy
ruin to lalt upon herseii. 1 he to
lumhia Ipapetdoes not state whether the
d Wn wiih him at the time of his ar
frfst." He was bailed by Green 1
lHichland District, S. C.
I. ""gtit former V resided in this teit
t.,c Llia marneit man,' ami his vvileJ is stt
,,vng I ere.-4A'fi6rrti7e Regixtcr.
' - lie tCA t Ctnt.wt ii-t ihn V-itlnrJl Tnl
, - my s sis l liu 4Waav.ira Xlaivl
iion. with which the Provisional President niay
Con sun in an giuvr; auaira 01 oiaic.
jifeth. The authorities of those departments
only shall cease to enjoy their finctions, which
are opposed to t he present plan of the regenera
tion ff the Republic, and there shall lie replaced
according to the laws of their original estab
lishment. - f
jv9 b. The judicial power"- shall discharge its
imriort:inl fimrtiorw n'f rcc:ili!v to the laws, knd
-vWcer ilia,t'.' tlii-Koman Catholics ,bf f'ithoHt any yatiaiioo, ? . i j
- "Mingtbnthav it in contemnlatioTi to I I I 1 nthNr mm chitl ln nroseented fir his for.
.1 ii - 11 ' . . 4. .. - i v.. v ' r 1 t r r
1'2 llle fT17roP0,?,a cufcn -fnce ot ( mer piilitM opinions.
1 "'nillCOh rllmoiltlrtiH! cimatt!Hi, afto. i i . i - .!
H These actswere firmany discussed by
Junta, and adopted by all present wilh the
Icention of General Alcorfa and. Minon.'
it.;-" ; 1
Jheir signatures were, then attached, and anWng
them we note those fGeneral Parades, Bri.vi,
jValencia, Filasola, Almonte, Mora, Reyes and
tut he rs.
From the Ohio State Journal. 1
MY BOY. ' '
I have little a bright haired boy, j
With eyes of blue-bell hue, j
And cheeks as velve ty and fresh ;
As roses bathed with dew.
His lips as fragrant seem to mine,
As strawberries in May ; j '
And with n Hsping voice he sings1,
Hurra ! hurra! for Clay ! j
f i 1
'Three summers only hath he seen,
And when I hear his voice, '
So full of melody and glee,
It makes my heart rejoice. j
file sings full many" a merry tunei
I And old familiar way,
!But 'mong them all he loves the best,
To sing hurra for Clay ! ; ;
" One said to him, " Don't sing that song,
Mjr boy ; 'tis quite too late: j
Hurra for Polk and Dallas now.j
For Clay is out of date." j
The boy looked up perplexed and sad, 1
As if-he meant to say, j
He's good, and I may; sing for him.
Hurra ! hurra for Clay. j
Yes, child ; he is as worthy now
As in his- palmiest days, j
When voices joined the shoat and song
That now forget to; raise :
Those voices will be b.eard agai,
And join some other day j
As loud, as long, as bold and free
As when they sang for Clay.
Thatjimpressed with this conviction, if
becomes pur imperative duty to hold out
the. right, ilia nJ of - fellowship to our breth
ren in the Northern States, and to assure
them of our ardent desire to cooperate
with them in effecting a connection with
an empire; where. tbe advantages of liber
ty, restrained within due limits, are fully
enjoyed, and yet where the law is neither
trampled under foot, nor made subservient
to the vox populi.
Third. Moved by James Curlew, Esq.,
seconded by Writ. Davidson Esq,
Thatv a correspondence be opened,
through ! the Constitutional Committee,
with such States as, fromther geographi
cal position, and the tone of political feel
ing generally evinced by them, would be
likely to appreciate such a change."
Fourth. Moved by Stephen Hall, Esq..
seconded by B M'Croken. Esq., who
addressed the meeting at considerable
length.; pointing oat tbe many advantages
both in H commercial and political point
of view, to be derived by such a step, as
well to the Canadas as to the States,
which would be thereby annexed to the
British Empire. :
44 That the opinion of this meeting, the
boundary between the British possessions
and the American States best calculated
toestablishand maintain permanent peace
on this continent, would be a line com
mencing at the Atlantic wilh the city of
New lork, extending along the Southern
boundary of the State of Pennsylvania,
continuing the same along the Northern
boundary of the States
and Missouri, and thence
43d parallel of latitude to
The Montreal Transcript of the 21th
ult. thus alludes to affair in the United
States in connection with the appointment
of the E trl of Cathcart as Governer of the
The iappointrrient of Earl Cathcart to
I the government of ibis Proviace has been.
in all probability, suggested by the uncer-
tain nature 01 ute relations m pir scm -a-
isting between Great Britain and the Uni
ted States. Although we by no means ap
prehend a war.! we can perfectly under-
stand that the appointment 01 a man pos
sessing the military reputation of Lord
Cathcart may be useful in more ways than
relief notes, and receive a certificate for
ever discharging fhem from all future li
abilities, and also; from tax under the 3d
firvt ff fiinui:it i,Yu 1
i i . i , i .
was no law 10 te.ia i.
which was tendered and j accepted, ti.
ed without bail on the tU
kislrates. as there
The second ot tbe suiviviog rumbataut v
restetl witlKHit suflicietit authority, for fln
ho affuiavit on which, to tjase Ihe warrant
which he was takenj Atd, after his dU :!
while an affidavit and new warrant w'cro I
oreoared on h'u h to iartest him arain. 1
j iniyuKua vxfciiicfi. iiii. uia.-HMi, iu i ins CSi'afaP. Aasi Mtgul y& iiJ ioani ; i .
to be connected with the Evening Mirror, j ties returned lo Elizabeth city. North C. :
inflicted - personal chastisement, with a ! where they reside., and the coqso of Dr.
dog-whip, on thej Editor of the Herald, son was at the same time taken lo hi $ f. ;
about 1 o'chwk this afternoon, at the corner
of Maiden L;ne and Nassau street. T,bc
whip broke after four or five blows, and
the parties separated. The provocation
was tin article in ihe Herald, accusing the i coin was started. Mr. Lfon objected to i
Mirror of levying; "black mail" on Tem- , gle, because he was the king f Lit -.
pleton,the vocalist, and alleging that Cla- i therefore unsuitable .Ct a republic. J
son furnished funds to keep the Mirror j Thatcher, who was always. character;,
alive. There is no doubt but the cow- S1 natural mirthfulness, replied, that ;
hidee deserves all he got on this occasion, l u wo,,M ,M" aB wel1 f !fke the '
and more besides ; though the immediate I ? ai aaunal had nothing i
prox-ocation in Clason's case was small, !'! h" nU nr c.n.ld high run,
compared with what many others have 1 l' "' VT ; "r' 1
wMfr i r .. , m , m,r lings wouhi lie a very cuvenietu nai:;-
sutteretl 1mm the same Quarter. We. . . i
. . . , " icniiciini-pieces ihi ii-fri3ti ns. ii.i-
iin, so often ive t, .M
.von. i nni ri i-n.'i i in.roii ni i.iri 0,1 u
will, no doubt, enable Bennett i vi,:,t arrnior..m.nif will v.., tn .lc f '.'
to sell more Extras. He left the scene of j iie man who carried lhJ challenge. N
ovuuii iiii a Kt uus ui ins iiceis. fail, repnea judge naiciier. ny,
iv. l . jour, or Commerce.
Matthew Lyon was a iemlcr of tl.c ' '
gress. and of course strongly opMsrd t
anu Kaisers. unt niu ii'H 'ii"ii
however, object entirely to this mode of L,i rJJjJi .rr'J
f'llninn. rm rurL' I l.io M ..!.., I . ....
..'i i 1 1, iiuir, ioio rAi I iiui illlllll y
.u V I tongue of Pamyar the language of the
IS?,". N'!fni Patriarch Job ! There is a deep interest
of U.iio, Illinois attWched fothis discovery, as by its means
:e following the ; tno$K ancient inscriptions which abound
o the Pacilic U- ...Uk.. :.
willina to be called a coward ! Yc
I am a coward ; arul he Inelw il vefv
he neer would have challenged n
turned ihe laugh ujKin Lyon, who vi i- l.
eluded there was no use . trying to f '' t .
who fired nothing but jokes. r
Curious Discovert. We learn from a
foreign journal that the Rev. C. Foster has
recently discovered a key to the an
cient language of Arabia the long-lost
tongue of Pamvar the lamruaire of the
" - . - I I . . . mm ' I mm
liming I nr. jittusc.-1 be correpp
the Argus writes, thai while Mr. Cobb
gia, was shaking a few days ngo,
.m K r A'r..Kio oh,l iiMiivtauais crowuep arouna mm, at
pretation has hitherto baffled the efforts ?Jef of fH her places, they m.ght c-.;
of the most learned oriental linguists, may f he clck !o when hIi hmjr v,
now be deciphered with great fidelity, I lhp jrcrrr themselves, t!
Ihiw bringing us, as it were, into imme- ,,ack on, N.Kf phing forward the l.c .
dtate connection with the ancient inhabi- ,ar1y extending the riht hand with !
lants of -the lands ot Lz -inscriptions intense anxieiy exhibited in every ml;
Carved by a people who flourished long i the middle of a sentence, Aiwn came t
before the time of Moses, compared ijvitlr! mer. announcing the expiration of the
whom the antiquity of Greece and Rome
is' modern history,
A recent letter from Yucatan, receiv
ed at New Orleans by way of Mexico, ;
says : 1 :
The people of Yucatan are in daily ex-'
J . i s
Por the. resr. we believe that his pecaiion ot declaring the independence
Lordship will be found quite adequate to ! of that province. Offences on the part of
the civil duties of the government. He is j ,h Mexican Congress towards ucatan
considered to possess good business habits j have dictated this step. Two assemblies,
and is hot likely to allow his baton of of- composed of the; most distinguished jper
fice toibe a mere plaything in his bands, nonages have already met to discuss the
It islstated that thirteen thousand troops measure of separation, and much is said
r ibMilino incbwlinir twn onmn:mies of! seeking assist.ince, should it be neces-
a - laaw i a v--",, - - w.,pv---. - i
sappers and miners, have been ordered
immediately toi this country. This ac
counts for some of the recent movements
that have taken place in the Lower Pro
Go!" shouted a waggish member
bam, at the top of h'u j voice and im::.:
seventeen sprang lo tb.'ir feet, cnb.j.
Speaker," as loud as they could bdivl !
in the gallery were frightened into hy-!"
immense roar of laughter echoed th re
Hall, while Mr. Uoloi" of Siulh Car .;;
seen, with horrorjdepicjed in his com .
counting, with his pointed finger, the i.
aspirant fr ihe fLnir. Ill was a rich k
which would have made Hogarth's ct ,
A Big Story; made "Bigger" A Ncw ng
lander, off Southwest, seemed particularly dis
posed to astonish the other passengers with
touh stories 1 about Yankeedom. At last he
mentionedthat one of his near neighbors owned
an immense dairy and made a million pounds
of cheese yearly. This ' story produced some
sensation and' ihe Yankee perceiving that his
veracity was in danger offbeing questioned, ap
pealed to a friend as filhvs : i
i True, isn't it, Mr. P. I speak of Deacon
Brmvn you know Deacon Brown ?
; Ye-e.-s," replied t ho f friend. i that is, yes,
1 know Deacon Brown, though I d(on't know as
I ever heard- precisely flow mary pounds of
butter and cheese he makes a year, nui i Know,
he has twelve sawmills that all go by butler
milk." r. ! . . .',
The M. E. Church, South. In the trial
in Maysville between the members of the
M. E. Church, South, and the old organi
zation, Judge Reed has delivered an opin
ion, which, in effect, divides the property
in the proportion ot memoersmpoi me re-
spectiye parties. An appeal has Deen ta-
ken tb the Court of Appeals. iv. U. Ucttu.
sary from the cabinet at Washington,
Do the people:.
lieiiuve nod realize, mat in IM ci.. ,
State of New York, an jl in the preset.!
ened age there is a p-pu!ar ami jmu i;
ciation who make it a jiractice, even
occasions, to eoltret and burn all they
A new British claim to Oregon is pre- 1 tain, of Bibles which the Bible h ki-
sented in a Canada paper. It is founded been circulating j and islriliutiog at...
upon Ihe discovery in Montreal. Canada, UH,T f the c.itry ! Y t h
c(.,imo ijmwl n.i(lTUmn. lact: and several hundreds of such I '
UI till iioiiuuuuiri iiiiiiii v ivi m mmj-
son, who asse
country of the Columbia river as early as
1800. five years before Lewis and Clarke,
irican discoverers. iV. 1. Sun.
rt5 lhat he explored the ' tr,;yed l.r puUnfire
n1miV.r. riv-Pr L frlv ,own of Cbamplain, is this Mate. . .
! ' I i
year 1811. the
Let no llcaJhrn Read .TA.:t. I
each 'other's thto.t!-.
Vandalism. X letter from Washington
says : Some miscreant has recently dis
figured Greenough's statue of Washing
ton, whichstahds in the temporary octa-
-1-1 TI . I.
gon .miliums ui me xo- , , perfeclum t jmpUlon vegetal, which grows on
and of the figure of Columbus, standing , a Kpecics cf IVyt entwined around a jH.plar, or
on the left side of the antique chair, (on ; any olncr un lrt,P. 'rni8 blossom i an eiact
ft.,- Cnmmrrrn trith I.irrrnnrJ. Tbe I PreiMirinS to cot
value of the produce shipped from ihe U. been appropriated to the. preach,.-,
States to Liverpool, for the first six months : Pf ' r V nZllnV
of the past year, was 839.000,000, of I P'red-m be Cr.s ! I low we 1 1 ..
. . . i lieved the inmnclion Ihe Saviour.
which 833.000,000 was in cotton. ; j ht.in, ln Jny if.M, vrtS,f t
; i ; i Go ye into all ihe world and preuL i
, A BuUe'rJly JPoirfr. In ihe gardens of San I1 lo ever crealure.
Joseph and its environs is seen in its greatest ...... .
wnicu iiir: iiiaui awiuc n nun .representation oi a living ouueruj , " ""
the! arm, with his hand and ball, have lately, there is no meibotl of . preserving it,
heen broken off and carried away. The even tor a lime ; no sooner is it gathered than
letters of the Latin inscription have also it wither and falls ko dusti Col. CaMose's
Indiana. The Whigs of India
nominated Joseph G. Marshall f -r (
or. and Codlove S. Orth for Li
Governor, to jbe supported at t!
election on Mf"nday.lhe3 l of v,-j
Mr. Marshall Is reputed to be t;
finest and ablest orators in tbe V.'
been defaced.' - 1 Sixteen Yean in ihe W. Indus. I
Hi ! ' l ..H,.-:-.M.;- , . .,.
i'J ' : ; ... ! r ; ' !
j The Assembljof potableVproyided fo by
J ' ; ' . . .