J...-; Two DottAM per cr.un in advance,
v jJ..ntt Insert 8 rrsquafe for the first.
."( TT - .U.i- ' . .
I rtS cenU tor etch subsequent i sertiori
FROM THE RIO GR,J(DE.
VvThp following proclamation Has been is
ieivi (5 en. Ta)lor, hd is publis! ed in both
papers ? -j ,, : t, i I'.
: !.K PROCLAMATION.
-I t 1 M II Nil I i 1 M i I I J I 1 1 . I I l AVI m ? r ' 1 1 ! i 1 11 ''11 - ? II 'II I II ! A ( ' T '
MKNER & TAMES .) ! - . ' VS3Z&s . ;. , (,Lt
Mi . i! - ii
i Vl hi l'wtfc of Mexico : Afier many years'
:.:ii .ii(Iiirance. the United States are at
eoflsttained to acknowledge, that a war
ndtveiMf Lftwcen 'dHr Oovernmdnt and, the
;,rtriimcnt UMevco. l or mani years our
tripns'lave teen subjected to repeated insults
iaJ injdriesi our'veseUjand cargoei have been
.!aii4conficate!d, our merchants have been
j,iV.il-red.l maimed.i imprisoned, without cause
imJ without. Reparation. At length your gov--Vfltienl
ackfiowlethjed the justice of our claims.
1 1 n ngfed by treaty to make sati faction, by
klMimcnt of several million of dollar i Ji but this
;"'afv has tech violated by your iulers; and
iciltf navo been wiinneiu.
ninato all dilficulties by
fcful hotiation has been rejedted by the
fcltator Parcdcs, aiid ourT.Ministeij of peace,
I hpm youri rulers had agreed to receive, has
i;Ju n.teda hearing. fo has bdea treated
les has an.
J Editors Proprietors.
A CHECI UPOS ALL VOCE
IS SAfE'-i j ..
Do Tpir. Aim Liberty
NEW ; SERIES,
, NUMBER 15, 0F VOLUME III.
SALISBURY, N; C,
AfUG-UST 7, 1846
on the 5lk Inst, and all the troops were called
put and kept -under arms all night. Congress
is still in 'session, but is doing nothing. It has
passed a (decree, however authorising Paredes
to prosccuto (he war, but has iurnished him no
tJiiiiipulate .paymdiltf 1
( 0jfrjfote c'rurt'to terrnii
: Lctful hotiationi had
.i indignity and insult, and Pared
jnccJ that war Icxtsta between
la 1 1
fiK'thu3 firt proclaimed by him, lints been ac
iiCoriZTCt, wrth perfect unanimity, and will
rf prosecuted with yigof and energy against
rii army and rulers !ut those ot the Mexican
ein .lo wb re.main neutral will not be molest.
Sour government Jtiin rlhe; bands of tyrants
uttrper. :i The1 hate abolished your State
fovcrnrHCiitthey havibj overthrown Vour fedef.
il(institutiVn they have deprived you of the
f 4t of surtragc, delbtroycd the libe rty of the
prektkf polled you of yours arms, ahd reduced
poer oCa.military Dictator. lour army and
rulbrs rxtOTi from the ppoplo by grievous taxa
("ul. by forced loansj arid military seizures, the
i utft tnoaPJ, wiucn susimnsiue usurpers in pow
I r.j lfcing disarmed, yo.ii were left (defenceless,
I I in fcasv prcVtothe savage Camanchesi who not
..l Antrhu iniir livf nnd nrnnprtv. lint rlriwA
t I '"'i v ; i I i ' "
otJ captivity, more noruuiu inan up am useii,
rJr wrcs .and' children. It is yoiLr miliary
rihi koJiaye reduced you to this deplorable
condition, i! It is thes.e tyrants, and their corrupt
mi? crul snueiiiica, , gwijjvy nu ic jicupto a
means of doing so.
j On the Rid Grande, nothing of much impor
tance has beenrred. Gen. Taylor continues his
removal t Ca.rmargo as rapidl as his means
cf transportation will allow, of which there is a
shameful deficiency. There are nine steamers
plying on J the river' between Matamoras and
Carmargoj bu in many places the current is so
swift Ibat Ihe with difficulty make a'mile an
hour. The 2d battalion of Tennessee volun
leers and ihe 1st Baltimore regiment,! in all be
tween 1100 and 1200! men, are now at the
mouth of the river, awaiting transportation to
unta. ; , 1 . "V. i ;
The Prince on brought. despatches of an im
portant character in the Pacific, and; also the
news that JourjGulf squadron has by -this time
taken possession of Alvarado. By the next mail
we may learn something of f he movements of
the P.acifid squadron, i n
We finJ the1
following extract of a letter Tin
tike Charleston News : j j '
Ui S.Steamei Mississippi,
I QfXera Cruz July 14, 1846.
j The Commqdore and all tne Squadron, except
tiae at Mary's
cptlected, the Mexican torch concentrate
at the latter point, is extremely insignifi
cant. Nothing regarding the reported ap-,
proach of Paredes with the army of re-!
serve, of an authentic nature, has been
ascertained at Head-Quarters, although
scouts are out in some numbers lor that
purpose. j : ji ; :
tEvery thing, however, seems to 'an
nounce that the possession of Monterey
will be fiercely disputed, as it is, by 'na
ture and art, one of the most powerful
strongholds in Mexico, j The inhabitants
ami soldiers are j daily employed in im
proving its defences. ; - j
j . 11 i i 1
"Ccrpt Thomton.-f-Uy news ; brought by the
steamship Alabama: from Brazos Santiago, the
New Orleans Times of the 20th ult. learns that
the court martial on: Capt. Thornton terminated
on the 15th June; and the general impression
is, that he has been acquitted. The proceed,
ings, however, says the Timesj will not be made
public until they have been approved and con
firmed by the President at Washington. One
passage of his reported defence has been com
mented on with admiration by all in the camp
at Mattamoras. He said, that, in the perform
ance of the act for which ho was tried rash
ness or precipitancy, we believe he "did not
seethe numbers of the enemy; all he saw was
' GEN. TAYLOR HEADED.
i. The singular simplicity that marks Gen.
Taylor personaf appearance and habits
have become a subject of universal fame.
It is curious, that; a soldier, so eminent in
all the qualities of discipline,; should be so
citizen-looking iri his awn appearance.
A cufiousiscene Occurred at fPoint Isabel,
jat the time Commodore Conner appeared
off that place wiih his fleet, to give suc
cor tq the M Army of Occupation." Com.
Conner is a naval officer that is not only
strict in; his dress, but has a Philadelphia
nicety about it. I lie appears in full and
jsplenlidj uniform ?on all occasions, being
the exact counterpart! in this particular
ot uen.j lay lor.
it to he, iliis a prctuiumcm fr. . ' :
rncourajremcnt to crimp ! f-
and folly in legislation, of vl'
J no example in the annals of 1 .ur:
lalion. . But if it was a copvV !
jisnact,I should be still oppo t !
The British rarliament can cj -
cannot; it b omnipotent wc ar : 1
It may take the subject s property i
piace it pleases, and pay him for;i:.
j upon the crround of paying hU pi
proms. We can only take W.v
I property n a specified case t!
j necessity to the public servict-, a
! of ground Ibr a fort. : , ! i
- - I ;
Passage of tic Anti-Turn!
nudANS FROM PENNSYJ.Va '
i . . r
The news of the passage of tl.
AFFAIRS ON THE RIO GRANDE.
The New York, Courier and Enquirer con- '
verts to practical use! the recent information of
increasing sickness and discontents among the j
Volunteer troons now on and near the Rio '
Grande, the latter being produced by the inac- j Tariff bill by the Senate, hare l yr.:
tion resulting, perhaps necessarily, by the want j in bilade)phta with alann an i
of transportation and supplies. We extract!0 bom, Irtief. fhe Times, a
from its article on the subject (he following oar- ' Palr announces the news, wit! LI
agraphs, well worthy of the reader's attention :
" Injhe state of suspense thus caused, insu
bordination and discontent may, it is to be fear
ed, spread among the volunteers : and the en.
thusiasm of the first impulse beinv worn awar.
as follows ;
Tntlft Aflame nnrt f n UTPtlPO urn Sc6 Hie
w u..va - .-n ..uv, ..iv i . : .. .' ; .. l
erethe aboto naroedivessels are blockading ! ,ne exicak mq wavii ovo American
suiu, uiiu uu was wuung 10 riSK uis own iuu iu
an attempt to cut it down ! ; !
Tamnica and the mouth of the Rio Grande. We
lay here in sight of San: Juan de Ulloa with her
big guns grinnfng at usall we want is a chance
to batter down her walls give us two ships of
the line added to our squadron and ve can do it
they are a cowardly set. The Princeton run
sufficiently close to the Castle a few days since
to have been riddled, but was not touched her
TREASON TO PEKXS YLVa N I
The infamy has been consummate ) !
the votejof George MifBin Dallai 1
vania! j rhe Old Keystone has c:
hv tKa in rrn fa kaiul mi w !....!. . .
j in the tedium, the privations, and, wo fear, the , ,hat of him who fired the EphcYian v
At the nmnprt mp . rm n " 1. t. . " ' ' , "7 "P ,lie80 me ot Oeo. W. Uallas hall hi i .
- j - i v""'"wuuii vuuui i imnns will ue less rename wnen ine mnr rir i is
sent wotd i to Gen. Taylor, that he would i al sLll come. ' I "' 'T""" ,"?m, 3 ?
comeiashore to pay hitn a visit of ceremo- i "All this wa, foresoen-all'.hU wa,i,td. S SS Velhb trr
into a tremendous excitement. It Com- j would have been obviated by Gen. Scott. His he has answered the call as ihe-a-imodojre
Conner hsad quietly come up to his j plan was, that the twelve months men should spends tdthc mercy cry of the he! !
Jent, and given him a; sailor' eripe, and not precede their supplies and means of trans, ooor IVnnn-lrn-; t l an nmntr.. ; '
l j ' l t- . l. ii i ' nnrlilinn . I. L: a 1 ! : ., 1
o have the most!carefully dressed officer ! " i- destination--that when south prostrated and trodden dowa t
in out Navy, commanding ihe finest fleet, IVreadv imbued 7 ZZlST fP?' ! "VVl P orally and
to come in iu 1 uniform, surrounded bv all unvt 'n M. .r.C . lu!!Bnu P7 ne iraua must t
isur.ci by whom you are thus oppressed and
iHrt-rrhLed, some of kvhorn have boldly advo-
iv m .hi nifi
f r:. ""r. . F I
1 !.",! 111
i 1 ted a monarchical irovernment, nna wouia
I I lace a Luropeinrt4tice upon thej throne of
inciico. . a c como io ouiain rcuarauciaior re
nted Vrngs and injuries ; we cbnie to obtain
naemniiy lor uie pasi, nnu securuy ior ue imure;
wp camo to overthrow tho tyrants who have ue.
trbyed your liberties, but we come tp make no
vft'jrjpqn the pcopJe oj Aleico, qo upon any
toun qi tree government ihey may choose to se-
rci ir mrmseives. ; ii is our wisn to see i you
iWratcd iforn despots, to drive back the safae
lanianchqs ; (o prevent the renewal of their
lssauiu, a lid to compel tacm to restore to you
rotaaptijily your lonjlost wives andf kildren.
toyr religion, your aitars aiid churches, the pro-
gfri bf your churched and citizens, the em.
Wet?i of your faith, land Us i ministers, shall bo
protected and remain inviolate. 1 undreds of
ourjatmy, and hundreds of thousand i of our pco.
nlare members of the Catholic C hurch. Ih
every Statct, aiid in nearly every city and village
four Union, Catholic churches ex st, and the
f 1 plaits perform their holy functions in peacp and
i ecynty, under the sacred guarantee of our Con-
idiliwinn. j Wo rrm f mnnn iht ruin tlo nf
;o:as friends' and republican brethren, and all
thd receive us as urh uliall bo nrolt-r.tpd. whilst
I iuae-wuq arc seuuceu into tne armyot youraic-
.1.-11 l.' . 1 L' L J. LII
vi iuii( uo irviueu as ; enemies. o suaii
1 . i .. . .. i . I ?
captain isthe j-ight stripe. He went with the
Princeton a few days since close t the beach,
put his men ashore and had a fight with about
300 Mexipans-L-killed 3 or 4 and drojve the re
mainder oil snot a bullock and took hitn on
hoard.. Our squadron has now got so indepen
dent that they jlake what water we want, there
being a fresh water river nearby.;
The New Orleans correspondent of. the
Charleston Courier, of July 21st, says : The j
The Princeton run Kaccounts from the army are rather contradicto
ry, but I think it pretty well ascertained, that all
the troops will soon be in motion for Monterey.
I learn that Col. Hays' rangers had proceeded
nearly to that city on a reconnoitering expedi
tion, and that one of them, bolder than his 1 fel
lows, had penetrated to the precipitous cliffs
which overhang the town, aiid command a per
fect view of it. He reports that all seemed to
be bustle and activity, numerous workmen Were
busy in repairing tho old, and building new! for
tifications, and every preparation appeared to be
making for an active defence. Such is the sto
ry reported by this bold soldier, and though , it
Has rather a romantic sound, I believe it to be
correct. b :
want from you nothing but food for our ai
tvHjIfurtfifsyou shall be paid in casl the full
It is the settled tolicv of vour tViants to de-
CtT.e you In Tegard to tho policy arjd chdfacter
of bur covcrrlment and neonle. Tkeaei tyrants
the example -of pur free institutions, and
constantly endeavor to misrepresent our nnrbQ-
and inspire you with, hatred for your repub-
itoorcuirenot the Amer can union, tiivo
us but the. opportunity to undeceive Vouand you
will sqon learn that all the representations of pa
re qV$ wercalse, and were only made to induce
yoMb consent tb tho establishment bf a despotic
government.'- ; .! H I i ' -l I .
. Ih yourstru
3fohxrchV, thousands of bur countrymen risfepil
N. O. Commercial Times.
i MONTEREY GEN'L. TAYLOR
; FORTHCOMING CAMPAIGN.
i Everyffresk arrival from the Seat of
War serves to sharpen curiosity, and keep
alive thev interest we all feel as to future
events, in our collision with Mexico, which
is now bibgiming to assume a place of ac
tivity, after rather long interval of re
pose, on the part ot the belligerents.
Ihe lollowing highly interesting infor
mation, although given in a rather desul
tory form, we derive from a gentleman
who hasjjustj arrived here from Camargo,
which he visited on the Steamboat Big
Hatchee and who left that town on the
14th inst. I ' I
The Big Hatchee reached Camarso on
the evening of the 13fh, having on board
troops and provisions a company of the
7th Regiment. Two companies of the
same Regimpnt had previously arrived on
the steamboats Brownsville,! Enterprise,
and J. EL Roberts. The river was falling
rapidly, .and ihe Rancheros resuming their
usual occupations. Col. Hays' Rangers
Were noi there at that date. Thev. how-
t - , r v 7 1 .
! as the rumor.
hoisance of the country as far as Monte-
r - t. . .
rey. uur inormant states, that it was re
ported by the Rangers, that they hadspen
etrated to the precipitous cliffs that over
hang Monterey, when a trooper, a very
adventurous; soldier, named Cummins,
reached a point, overhanging the Bishop's
Palace.which commanded a view of the
e all, with a seusc of the necessity of subor
dination and of exact discipline, should be sent
to the field at once to enter upon an active cam
"This was sneered at, at the time, by the'
Evening Post and others, as the pedantry of the
profession ; by others as covering an unwilling.
ness on the part of a man who had affronted
death in perils of war, arjd in the Ulack Hawk
campaign in perils from pestilence, as a reluct.
ance to take the field; and thus it turned out
that the wise provision oFtrexpcrienced and
patriotic soldier, who was desirous to save tho
c , k. . - r
:heard of his peculiar disregard of military cessary and unprofitibie delay and d f and
dress; he concluded he would make the ! most unwilling, by preceding that new force to
visit n St manner comporting to General ; the scene of action, lo suercede a gallant bro
Tayldr's habits, and consequently equip- ; ther officer, Tavlok who was doing his duty
iped himself in plain white drilling, and j so brilliantly this experienced foresight and
unattended came; ashore. ! these honorable scruples have, been turned into
Thb moment old " Rough and Ready" ; sources of reproach 'against Winfield Scott.
Iheard that Commodore Conner had land- I " Events are fast justifying him against the
ed, he abandoned some heavy work he ! hasty cenure and the poor and cteap ridicule
was personally attending to about the j t0 xv.hich ""guarded remonstrances on his part,
camp, and precipitately rushed into his ! g'n unaeservea suspicion ana unwortny ma
itent. delved at the bottom bf an old chest, ! nuV"es' ve "J6 nd l1 '3 "W t0
ait iiu win sec iuir
the pomp of splendid equipments, to pay
ia visit ofceemohy, vas more than Gen.
Taylor had, without some effort, nerve to
go through with j but,! equal ever to all
emergencies, he determined to compli
ment the Commodore, land? through him,
the Navy,' by appearing in full uniform
a thing his officers associated with him
for years, had never witnessed.
In the meanwhile Commodore Conner
was cogitaiing oyer, the most proper way
to complimrjit General 1 aylor. Having
Santa Fe Expedition. The following is ta.
ken from the St., Louis Republican, of the:;22d
ultimo : '
"A letter fiom Fort Leavenworth statesithat
land pulled but a uniform coat, that had
peacefully slumbered for years in undis-
" 1st. Through the want of foresight of the
Administration, in providing means of transpor-
! ur.rt.At. is iuc nuiu aiiu we et'i.ij.
I motion, even though we stand sdi;ar
lone. But we shall not be alone. .
stout arms of sixteen thousand iron-w .
miners, will roll on the ball, nor wi!'. H
justice has been done to Pennsylvania.
The Tlnies, after complimenting t!
sentatives and Senators from tluit .v
their efforts to defeat the bill, cone! i V
Tennessee ! What shall Penrmlv
to her ! -We gave her a President to
refused her vote; she has given t i -st
ruction bf her legislature, the; cm;
bleau of a ruined and di.graced con rj
Well may Pennsylvania exclaim ia
guage of the simple Thracian, I i
i 1 ' i !
f There are no pckIj in lie ai n '. '
The Inquirer, a Whig paper, says :
The intelligence from Washing
we publish this morning, is wclllca!
startle and excite the people of IV i.:.
It wilLbe-seen that the tariffof MJ, 1
! lost in the Senate of the United uu :
! the castinr rot nfthft Yirn PrpsiiV -
George MJ Dallas. The gentleman r.
assumed a' fearful responsibility. lie
;the standing collar was three button holes
a rumor has just reached the Fort to the effect .'above the other, and sat himself down as
that Captain Moore of the; United States Dra
goons, with his command, had overtaken; the
Mexican traders whom he was sent out to stop
uncomfortable as. can well be imagined.
With quiet step And unattended, Commo
dore Conner presented himself at General
that the traders had previously been reinforc iTaylor's tent ; the two soldiers shook
cu ujr a uuuj ui mcA.v.auS .,v. a.ua x hatids, both in exceeding astonishment at
whch, however, Capt Moore was notaware. j, each others appearaiice. i
The traders refused submission to the order, u ,p, .u lt t lL
.i o,,,.: tn it' ,n ..tin-o.. Ir wags in the army say that the a-
i . ir t?--.:: a ; bove contains the onlv authentic account.
jturbed quietude, slipped himself into it,. in tatioDf Gen. Taylor was entirely unable to fob ! a blow at the prosperity of this Co'rnn
his haste, fastening it so that one side of i v: .v i i i !.. ...
- j o i iun ui ilia moi subcases uu iuc iviu vaiaiiuc, nnu coniiniucuan acioi noiinrai r:
and to make a Victorious, and possibly an unre- j the effects of which he can never rcc
sisled, march jnto the interior of Mexico with j repeat he has assumed a most f ar
the regular force and the six months volunteers,
who on his first call hastened to his standard ;
a"d . '
44 2d. That the inactivity of the 12 months'
volunteers who are now joining Gen. Taylor,
and of the whole force of that officer, arises from
a neglect of the counsels of Gen. Scott, and
from tho entire inadequacy of the preparations
of the Administration to give efficiency to the directed Uhe progress of which tct.
patriotic impulse of the nation, which has fur- sands hive watched in fear and !r-;
nished, at the first' intimation that they were j virtually passed. The productive 1:.'
wanted, moro than the required number ot vol- country reaches its culminating j
ol in wYiinVt Pant TVT nrr .: C.n rtt. T?rrrnn!n: n nd
... u.... - " o ,- i i rr 1 . j i l
a Lieutenant whose name is not stated, were ; " ucic v?cu. x iui vs ener ueaueu, arm
killed, besides several nonicommissioned offi- j; that since that time he has taken to linen
cers and privates. ; The balance of Captain roundabouts, of the largest dimensions,
Moore's command were compelled to retreat j with jnore pertinacity: than ever. N'. O.
. Such is the report, but we do not place any t Tropic.
confidence in its authenticity ; for if there was f f i
any truth in it, it is probable that a correct ac- j,
count would have reached the Fort quite as soon
siouny. 1 1 ne people oi mis ttn.:.
will speak upon this subject prcr.;!'.
tones of thunder. ;
The Ui S. Gazette, also Whi, U
lowing remarks on the subject : I
The great crisis is passed, an! t!
toward which the attention of the mil
j Extraordinary filalformationi
i ue cic iiuuiiiivu jusLnujijf ui iuu
r i! ' i: 1- fl i" r '
j . ; f most exiruoriunary ircaii oi nature we
r i a : j . , , have evjer had occasion to record, being
Library for tlx Army.X ; capital idea has , . the birtb of a livin- child vvithl the heart
oeen suggesa oy tne uev ur. .larsnan o outsiile of the ch Thi rcmarkabl
Vicksbunj, Mississippi, ot ffctliui; the different , . . r r
passage, and commences its uonu
with the action of the law wlica .'
whole city. The utmost activity seemed
to prevail among the Mexicans who were
iJ i : ;: ,l. c
le fof Jiberiy, with tho Spanish P it-jmnmg uie oiu lor-
.mnii 'iicliH !. it-t vii-viint, n unco. X IIU
booksellers to make up a library for the use of j
our army in Mexico (we presume there is now
no doubt that they are in Mexican territory
how long to remain so is a different matter.)
The following publishers in New York have al-
phenomenon in the history pf human na
ture is fin absolute arid indisputable fact,
tariff nf 1P42. ! !
j . We give elsewhere the record of
1 dings, by, which the nefarious mcas i
carried into effect. It will hi v
1 0nnffvlinii at tfk rrt rr v ll ('
i M. VUII9JIlllf m UIA vr IU
BENTON ON McKAY'S BILL.
In the course of his remarks in the Sen
ate on Monday, Mr. Benton paid the fol
i L? t i- j a ni.t-.. 11:11 . i . . ..
lowing nign compumviu iu iii;jivu.y om. to destroy ner prosperity, uut im-iq
I undertake to say it is the first bill wWmo mawe her cup ot ra ,
which rewards fraud which has been seen ; ter' thc. blow .whl 8m,les ber 1 1
in the annals of human legislation. The
come from one of her own sons," 1
)tiiuii. x 11c; ; , . . ,
T I h a v4 tt tr 9 V M i t i i rr. r
however unlikely it is to meet jwith cred- i s"'",0". .ur "' 'nereiore, quicrs irom ;J her . dejejtiin in tlie c
ibility on tha part of the publ e. The heart J .,? ?J" " W'l ' The Chronicle: neutral, tas ,',
s ent re v outs de of the bodv. and desti- . cauuu iu nauuuium. i.i.ruawV1w. n. nv . - ,
1 lie loiiowui nuuiisucis iu iiew lum udicui- " vj r ' ' Jy it' l p-- 1 rvric. .,:rii .
ready contributed a very respectable collection : tute of any pericardium ; thus even with- I diflers from it in the measure of per cen- postscript .
the r t VP. nrl it;:J l.lJ l : .I,.J !. ip...j IHtmDer Ot troops was not ascertained, but ! l.nUv. RUrA-SnhnW M. W D,vld Tin. hn& aio.atriY. as if th flesh had bftpn poriaiion.
Oii( owri O)mrn6dore.lthe talla nt Porter, maini I lrom le mbvements observable, it was ' rious Mead. J. S. Redfield, "Fowler & Wells, C. lionenedJ the heart pulled out. and the porters
tataed in 'triumbh vour flaff unon ihl nan. and cvidentHheV were preparing every means ; S. Francis & Co.. Wood & Son. and Stanford I wn'n'hd suffered to trrovv un a?ain. Each 1 establish
, : " ! , o r. o , r .
' ' ' . i . 9 I
ouruovernmeotwas the first to Kcknowlode
your independence. , With'nride knd
" i-y. l.ii' if. : - t .. . r . r r
ire i-nroueu vour name on the list of independent
Republics, anil sincerely desired that vhiMriiht
iw peace a nu prosperity enjoy all th,e blessings of
Bjt crniin i , oucccs on ma pan ot your
lrit.n i.i..!.t lU iiL. irJ s
Ol delence. i & Swords. I i I nnUhtihn nf thft cnnrs ran
Gen. fl aylor is now encamped with four We hone that when these books cot toj Mat- observed, and the whole natu
delicate organ is made
. n tbinntnPMl nrntPMion ?t 5 nrtmrlort turn allowed to the importer. The Brit-
r r :" r tr r i 1 . n . l i ,, .u.
,irk from the external surface of the chest, ci auowa icii ijcr im.f 'tau9cmai
is tne usual rngusn proiu on a iair iin-
They therefore take thc tm-
goods at his own price, and at the
ed profit. That is treating him
44 Harper &; Rrothcr, Burgess, Stringe
VU.. H Ilf V VX X Ulllcllll. OttAHJll VX- IU I It: 3, JlXclUV't
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H. Newman, W. Taylor & Co., J. & G. H. which at that point Dears a matte resem
C ! . 1 . V n-aa in ttru v.i '
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ed by the Magnetic leicgrapu, i
ray of hope for tho tariff of '42 1 1. -tiuuished!
the fraud upon Peir.i--;.
the country at large, has been b r and
the hvDocrisr and trickery! tf t
cratic leaders in the campaign uf
1 as a fair merchant and carrvin? out the
uwhiivhi . . , r . tn v exnosea. iui unon sucn iit" j
ral artinn of idea o1 lhe act. , liut our act allows oniy ' rf . i mrr r-i
rat action oi . ,i:n-. ceance for such treachery such r
v s h p. tn thp. i ve per cenu, u iuiuai nut uuiv uu... in.a , , ... , a .
iiici 9mKM ruv u un
fColonel's Walton's. Davis's. 1 amnraa find rriv tbp. nffiners and soldiers some : this i
Dakin'sj and Marks's.) with the Alabami- I food for solid reflection, we shall see less of the , immediate investigation of the eve. The ! from lhe British, act, but from the reason
ans, under Capt. Desha, at IBuena Vista, flippant nonsense, which lias characterized too-, f,rts hnvi stated reHehnrl ns hv aooidfint. of it, and, in tact, is lounded in no reason
. 1 f t .1 XT A ' t I !
on the borders of a lake, seventeen miles I 'nany of the communications jta the New Or- J
yrnm againsi me army or tne union ts impos- nn-t.,i Lc r., au l . ! lpn,,a nnnorc
feihin' Kiit ir iti nAiit,r..ii.aij ii i m .t i ! , y,"';"wl V wa"wi. me ueaun oi rv" 1
taloinfto fiiiyouritbrvris xkiX, their sold. 11" a' pe"' Baylor, !
icr,eatinout yourlibstance and harrassin2 K? m Proved, owing to the fine air j
you! whh still more grievous taxation. Alrehdy ! " ' VJ "u ana sPendid encamping
e; hiye alolished the liberty of (he Pressi as Srd?the j occuPd- . ! !
xiic jiuaua were penectiy lmpassaole
for wheele vehicles, owing to the swam- 1
py soil, 'occasioned by the immense fills
ol ram which had recently taken place.
piiat bit- iu uie.iiiirouucuon 01 tnai Monar
Mhich .ijl is their jeal purpose to proclaim
hd cstabluh. ;- j . M ' . t
Mians, Ve jnust treat as enemies and over
tWw'ihe tyrants, who whilst they have wrann
(11a1nl WSMrted us, have deprived you of yourjlib-
i . ei'can people, who remain lieu- inst. The
'.""."""B.haU be pro ected against Soldiery in
thlii I militn rv rt standi . l.i. .t. n 1 i .1 . ' .
r i Vt " " ' U 1 ine ivepuuiican Army
Brevet Mail Gen.lU. S i rm'
CTP Mr. Walsh, the Paris correspon
dent of the National Intelligences states
that the Americans in France were inex
pressibly relieved and exhilated by the
news of Gen'l Taylor's victories. Europe,
) l i I n t-irrtP-
but so incredible did they seem that spe-! f perceni., w noi our mercua.. .
ft al nnn rv was mac ft n vp at on to thft I u, oui auoui iwcncmm o...-v- -.-.. w
matter; the attending
case we understand was
ted, deceived, and outraged pe op!-
i i -
44 When a man hath taken a"
. I, U 1 1 mtf In U'flf If
i c -u : : onc dprpil lair, a ouau uui. " "
physician in the i rwu" "Purri y" f" ..rVI :I he be chanred with any buslru
Dr. Win. Riley. 1? rea lintain, tne Ti" n . 1 .hall l.P. free at home one year. :.
Baltic Sun. PoTfrZZ Itisfor cheer up his wife which he hfi
Mr. Cosby, of ! "rnment "XnJ now'.' Thus we are enabled to undef. :
flip Union Hntpl. has nrpspntpil ns with a i . .--:rvl nn ..,
, ,., , , .i . i -T ' - ; ,inon what nrilivil" ii uvi v-i 11 1
he thinks, has been impressed in tne most
. rP-vrY n n crtoi'imon tJc nrnconl rrtr ' .1 1 T.. -.11
, . ' , . , , , fj xvnici.w, iopvvn.n i invw u, on a irauu i uy an our uumuih-
' given on
it is so manv vouncr crentlcrrit r:
v J j
to the arms of the fair. They
benehcial way by the Da ties, the suose-;. lhat beats alr creation It is decidedly 7, v the laws of the world.
en i? a r clients and such nrw, to
rhe Stamr Mercer arrived at the mouth , quent proceedings in Congress, .and .the. laT u and best Jooki vegetable of "m the me of the patriarchs to the pres of their country and engager,
ol the Ilio tirandft. all sn p rm thp lth nn;iin man;raciat nne r fho u4m ( Tin. .. . b. . . .i Irom toeiimcunucjia moiwi t , WelLDarbv rut
luv li.A.vi.w. .
Soldier, is not alone in his cj ir.
y iDe- correspondencojO , the Mobile Herald
n4 1 ribune, '.contains tho latest intelligence
,..pe VlroJo that we have received,
-from Vhich we copy the iollowtn t items .
of the Rio Grande, all safe, on the 17th j patriotic manifestations of the whole Un-
e were no signs ot Mexican ion. Lively satisfaction, he says, perva
the vicinity of Camargo. This ded the Chamber of Deputies on the re
a paltry one, after all, as rc I ceipt of the news most of the Conserya-
1 ii ,i f it . . f ' t ..i
va mm population, me iormer tives even DetravedJnat tecims ;vu uui
not oeipg more man twenty ; the whole
of the population had been obliged by the
'town is bu
the kind, we ever saw weighing in the t jayfraud is a crime punishable by
neighborhood of a couple of pounds, and f es an(j forfeitures: by no human legis
zot and two of his colleagues and a fi
in size something smaller than
vil'shead." TFeintendlt for our Senior, The bill gives fire percent, profit on th
when he 44 comes to town.", but really il I mount ! This is incomprehensible ir
wmi n np :i ipasi i fir : uintr
lation was fraud ever before rewarded.- . 'Amw fV, t '
tt I Is to at by the fire 'tiU the uti-ni r
inundation to seek shelter elsewhere, on
the high grounds. There was no exhibi
tion of hostility or discontent on the part
of the people $ on the contrary, they show-
.i i ! : a -c i " .
.'UrULftl. Wfll m l Tnmmrh nnrl Iho j i . . .
C.infe - Tbe Pr nc.iin .2 aerg'?S: u" tlie Sth mnt. before the
w(r frora iniiM;..i .:... i.'j X. . tor"vai ol ttte Americans, seventeen horse-
' il '" ., . , v,,"r "'VM "U f" J
fired on by a largo body of Mexicans. Thdfire
-T HLuiiieuiaieiy returned ;Dy the Kvater nff toar
I iiJ tr-i. .. )... . . - I - - " -
I v. r. tfonx'the ship. A shell frorn hfer, it
. fa a,ieii rtght in' the midst of he Mexicans,
XM t( work ofdestruct ion j i
It is the impreisiori of the C,d
UIIIIUUU1U i I II 44 1.
encani cannot hold lout miich longer.
TJr;a.re doing nothing towards plosecutinithe
r"Tnf Jyedcs dare not leavjs the City of
.'U'lll'rt i :ia .
men left Camargo for Monterey.
Capt. Walker had returned from his fti-
peditioh td Mpnterey, and. delivered a re
port, which is said to be an exceedingly
interesting oie, of the state of, the coun
try through Yhich he passed, halting pla
ces, etc., etc. i There is no i probabilityof !
" uri'V7 . ucin& tnaae to ine ad vance
of the American troops between Camarsro
was etpected thero land M,c!ii
. . . . i . l : . . l . " x
ol his partj-, the nearest ana mosi aevoieu, jjerfl
were alone chap-fallen. He had been as-i . ' 1 ..' : ; . T.m.
sured that should war ensue between What s the wc weight of that I oma
England and the U, States, 20,000 French ' to, neighbor ? It's likely we had one the
volunteers, under experienced officers,
would at ohce endeavor to reach our
snores for the purpose of joining in the in-
vasion ot uanada. rle states tnts as evtn-
cive oi tne disposition oi tne rrencn peo- .j m.
pie, whose anti-British feeling, thoughxlor- m
mant, is as active as ever; I
Is thej Union serious or: is it jesting,
merely to raise a laligh, or, excite a won-
wlpr?! ii We cannot think the Union is in
sequential preposterous. It can only re-; i . i
suit from copying the substance of the! 1 V hy the Crow has so "VJ J"
British act without understanding it; and As I was sitting by mjwindo,. ;i
thenthinking ten per cent, rather a n.gn ago, a crow augiucu - 4 .
premium on fraud, our bill reduces it to which stood six or eight . rou; .
EPPS, the murderer, of Mr. Muir, had Yiot
been arrested when last herd fromhe was,
however, hotly pursued by a posse from Lynch;
btirg, in which lovvn helspent a day andjuight,
hut left the next morning in ithe stage, for; the
ninprnav n I lint nifrcrnr iiiaii 7 . . 1 . . . ir. fnni K rianmnrr n nnr 1 1 1 iv izi.iti
766- ' i five T Why str, in we c1 Ul ft ,iouu u4r "u --j'j""t o - -
How many ounce i Rr:tish svstem forfeits the whole importa- took tip the eggs one by one, a
I :: y ri-.-.-.-- is reasonable. and so hav, , ed .hem. I t
v Will;" : . a,s always done. Uur laws ai-, mat .ne;en. - , . ,
Union pays:- : ways forfeit forfraud. but this aetrewarus: , PfMJ'VTlVvasl"
charge that: Mr, Polk's adminis- And now upon wat pnnc.ple ear, our eU.zens of ,he air .
has thus far been protcriptire. is bill propose to p five per wnl ! On I, j ha. cruel babiM
ix ultra ot unscrupulous untair- upon the principle ot 1 Ju i '
"7 i rnvi ...Kir, hi al owed.and then it I smaller birds, j , .
IMS mere uiauuca i iUCU. wuiucu, lion ton a.u uo . " . i w I Whpn cpp a r Ti '
- r . u. v i . ... i .ri ni:gt un. iiinrai. --
U.n know better shou d be tne usual orom, ns m v. v... r-.- ,t v". . . i -.t..: r;.,?.
s . I
West : The news of the murder did not; reach
.'rcy.an'dr from what could be i Lynchburg until he had departed thclcity.
earhest. L4exr Ga:
nt n a nrofit. five per cent
II. xsu, i - , .
i i - r .t . .ni. ; Hpfmiins nim
rouDCn' oi ine . -
out of seven arid a half pe r c ent. As a
fraudulent importation, as the bill declares
irfia trmild live tnvcac
iAij uriA others, must rispect
Vermont Chron. .
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