2 wits ftr ec suveht in-
j J:- .W;.l 25 nt!r Ctw maocr.
The '-Battle, of D
..l.L;c :rii:"!; . . ' s
m i t flvtihls afternoon ti c enemy ap-
' meached Prcaufu, auer ium.b V
T!. jl. .JrxO !Vc expected an attack this
2? -bat probably it w Intake -place
SSfif ur Majesty (knows better
t. 1 vhAt time it reqi ires for heavy
aftHI jry to beftti, down enclosures, wulls
flnd palisades., : .
Tbi next night, at midi ight, he des
i i i 1 j' "j i " : ' " " i I 11,1 "Ti ' ' ' i ' : " ' ' "
i ill - bib . b u i :.n m w i lat . i , . i n ' d m a t-mv, r n - . .- in . m . m hi uii i iii ik ' r '
T1IE SANTA FK LXi :
firei and in U mdmeht Dresden became the
target fof three hundred cannon, all train
ed 'upon her devoted buildings. Y. Then
commenced one of war's Wildest 'scenes.
St. Cyr replied with bis artillery, 'and thun?
jderjjanswerfeid thunder, as if the hot Au
ust afternoon was ending in a real storm
ti ii p ii - . . - I
-"I ";7.r i .',.,t:A':in ,im nUnnnrino- nn oi neaven. pans leiun an incessant snow-
'SLrmincdllo do nil ii quc power; vorsmg .hc ,ky hung
Liif I can nnsvier for notbih
dintely on me
rendered Ilk command to Mackjonald, and
timed his facet towards Dresden. Murat
was despatched in hot haste, to announce
Bw!vfll'nnfi rr'nvsiirn th? besieged. Ih
thernUdlebf hs guards, whi :h had march
ed nearly thirty miles a day : i nee the com
iienccment or the war, ho took the road
tOthct;civ-i" i' Ul ' . ; ' ' :: r '
;, To rc vi vc his jinking troc ps, he order
ed twenty .thousand bottle i of wine to
. lij distributed arong them, but not thr.ee
ihous'ftfid could l?e procured. He, howev
er, rnarcliefl alj n6xt day, ha ring dispatch
Vcd a hesscnger to the besieged to ascef
'lain ttic exact amount of danger. Said
apoonyto. the rncssengj'r Gourgaud,
Set iut immediately for Dresdeij ; ride
' as ba.nl as you. can, and bo there this eve-
ning-Hjsee St. . ,tyrt ,lhe5 Lmg ot iNapies
arid tibp lung of Saxony dncouragc e
ry one. Tell tliem thatI can be In Dre$-
den "tb-f morrow i With forty thousand men,
itia thd .day joiiowi! with my whole ar-
j iny.; !At diiyibreak visit t,hd outposts ana
re,uouuis ;v.ousuit me cuinmanuer oi cn
' i . i. il 1 :l t'li
Eincera a 10 yneiuer mev can inoiu oui.
c blazins bombs tra-
for a moment like
nicssengerstbf death over the streets, and
thei) dropped with an explosion that shook
fhe ground, among the frightened inhabi-
tants. I Amid the shrieks of thh wnnndpd
tants. j Am d the shrieks of the vounde
and the steii language of command, ws
heard the heavy rumbling of the artillei
and; ammunition -wagons throuch tl:
streets ; and in the intervals, j the steady
Jrarhp ot the marching columns, still has
tening to tlie w'ork'of deah fWhile over
all, las if tcj; drown all ; like (successive
the resistless . Ney on
"xounff Guard, tvhilst
pont were in the centre,which Napoleon
commanded in person ! ' ,
j; The Tain fell in torrents, and, jhe thick
mist shrouded the field as if to shut bat
the ghastly spectacle its bosom Exhibited.
fThe cannonading soon commenced, bpt
iwith little effect, as the mist concealed the
armies from each other. , A hundred and
jbixty thousand of the allies, stretiched ink
huge Semicirclel along the heights, while
jNapolepn, with a hundred and thirty iho a-
'sand in a plain; below, vas wajiting the
favorable moment in which to commence
the attack. At length the battle opened
nearly half a century,' is as incomprehen
sible as it is humiliating. It ought not to
befforgotien thKt the blow struck in 1776
was- not tor potilical independence exclu-J
mvcij, y viso auu painouc lievoiu
tioriary' ancestors were not less desirous to
break the yoke .of commercial! vassalage,
by which the enterprizc of our people had
bejen systematically fettered and the de-vejopment-bf
the resources of the country
retarded J ' And yet that yoke has been
fastened upon our necks by our own hand
iwrcathed with flower?, it is true, by
thp$e who; have done the deed, and who
hope, byjbeautiful dissertations upon the
cosmopolitan influences of " free trade,"
oh the right, where a fierce (firing 'was i ; to induce the people to submit to its gall-
heard as Victor; pressed firmly against an
Austrian battery. Suddenly,! Napoleon
heard a shock like a falling mountain.4-
lluj-ry hafclf to
ar.d bring a fu
rrie tb-morrqw at Stolpeh,
1 report of pt. I Cyr s anjd
3laraU opinion as to the Teal state bf
"Uiin2S.T $Away dashed Gourkaud in hot
jpced, while theEmperor hurried on. hi
i.exhaued army. Gourgaujl did not waiit
t tiU daj-brcak btj fore lav returned, lie
found every thing on the verge of ruin
the alicd army jWtts slowly Enveloping the
devoted city, andwhcrM at dark, he isueid
- i r
clam where the! lightning falls
ieaest, $pttke . ' the , fierce batteries that
jwere explojling on ieach oilier. , But the
confusion aiid death and terror that reign
ed through jthe city; as the burning build
fngS shot their flames heavenward, were
potl yet complete. nThe- inhabitants had
ed to their cellars to escape the balls
nd shells that came rushing; everv mo-
en t through theiri dwellings : and amid
hehurry and bustle of the arriving ar
mies, and their hasty treads along' the
streets, and the roll of drums, and rattlinsr
pf armoury and clatigor of trumpets, and
jtbunder bflatrtillery the signal was given
jforllhe assault three cannon shots from
fhe height, of Raeicknitz. The next mo
merit six massive columns, with 50 can
inoniat their head, began to move down
jthe slopes pressing straight for the city.;
fThe muffled sound of their heavy, mea
sured tread was heard 'within the walls,
as in dead silence and awful majesty they
moved forjvvard upon the batteries.
It. was asight to strike terror to the heart
pf the boldest, but St. Cyr marked their
advance with the calmness of a fearless
soul and firmly awaited the onset that e-
ing pressure, lhis, we beg leave to say
is no new idea, nor is it ot Whig paterni-
ty; ; lieiore Vice Jf resident DALLAS had
While Victor wjas engaging the enemy in bartered the settled convictionsof his jud
ironi,iYiurai, unperceiveu in ine inicK misr, meut ior ine secona omce in me
ew?,.-We will not hint that h has 'commuted
SO eareirioii a tJnnrlpr- ..Ttrsiw. I
rorth Carolina doei adhere to her wbigery
Mike her ro$in to Jbeir- pine trees. illerfirt
blow in the cause Was the Mecklenburg De
claration in 1776her last is the re election
of Graham in - Stick to ii!" Ye$!
i always honest and true." We will dmJi
that? fully, and vft fel proud when wo, think of
it. sTliat she has devised no means of dur.a.
inf forjifiieaple, is a libel. She has a large
Education Fund, which will never 1 stolen by
Iocotoco-bank. robbers, as has been the case io
some States ; and "though poor, she has no bond
on sale ia Wall street, as ihe j highly educated
State (Jackson county, fur instance,) of Ala
baraa has, at GO cents in the dollar 1 It is true
she 'has no cast-iron etatesman, as Little
Uascony " has, but While the rtames of Gasion.
Badger, Stanly and Graham remain to her
and, while the least worthy and gified of her
sons furnish the materials for Presidents and
Foreign Ambassadors and while she continues
had stolen around to the rear, and without a the
note of warning, hurst with twejlve thou- ! sen
sand rnvnlrv tin tho. rnemv. lift rode ; incor
straight through their broken linles, tram- cod
Dling under foot the dead and dying:' Ney ! niah
was equally successful on the left, and as 1 ne asserted that his opinions were " in- ! of her way," by the barking of all the puppies
the mists lifted, it showed the aUiled vfings flexidli:"! hut upon one subject, and that in the Union, whether fromthe kennel of Mr.
both driven back. The day wore away i was in favor ot the Protective policy. j Calhoun or Gen. Jackson not even with old
in blood carts, loaded with the Svounded, j " The answer he continued may seem to j Ritchie to lead lheack.
moved in a constant stream in!o!the;city ; j crry me some what farther than- any of; ; '-
The St. Louis papers cTr
contains some accounts i';. ...
ney s command. Gen. K. w
steadily' on his route to
marched from Bent s Fort o
with several .companies of T.
dragoons, the 1st regiment c f ; ;
unteers, under Col. Donip! u: ,
Jahan of volunteer artillery,
Llark. Thertrobps were ."ii i
health and spirits. Age:
.had taken "place amon ;!
which some fifty 0f them (c -
i5 iu lue volunteers) wen-1
feared would - not be re c o .
Moore, of the: Dragoons, I
three spies, who had been ;
Santa Fe to ascertain the c
tcnt.&c, of the United Statt-: s
their capture and their pur
cerjamed, by. the
ney they were shown all ovt r
and, after they had seen ever: v
were dismissed and permit ic ft
Santa Fe. .
From" these men, and from i ;
it had been ascertained sati-I
there would be no rcss'tau
Kearneys taking possession i i
In fact, it is said that the Mc;.
anxiously awaiting the airi ,
my, believing that it wou!
a. harvest In the way of tra l .
tion from the tronblesome It.
vicinity. Ihere weTc no trc
ilmei. How has .he Tariff become "J i "P- ov. Ar.ni.
poratad a most inspnarnhlv in onr : Z 1 . ...A" . a'prociamation. in which :
e of legislation f .skid ,h' mle-.i XZ.'Tr?"'?' J existing Koslili.ics Ictv
iir 1832. in the same soeech In which 1 .K.-will , Z ' .. V "x.T? 'T States and .Mexico will not i
-w...v. nuui iuu civil itruur
! trade between the United St:
la Fe; that, in all respects, i
conducted as if the w ar did i
It is said that Gen. Kearr
at Santa Fe until Col. P rice s i
land wnen nignt again eipsea over
the scene, the allied armies had decided
to retreat. Head ley's Napolcoh and his
nections lead me to the conviction that it
rives there.- That, upon tht ir
It is with pride and pleasure we an-' resimcnt or a poriioa of it, v.
occupy oanta re, and othi ;
From the Richmond Whig
"GROANS OF THE BRITONS.
Many years ago, this was aj favorite
phrase" in this country, whenever it was
deemed necessary to ' refer to jthe com
plaints of. the British presses upoi the pol
svstem is a LFG1TI- ' nounce that, by a vote of tho neonlp. nf th
iM ATE SCION OF THE REVOLUTION ! Town and County of Alexandria, taken ' V.uls !n the vicinity, and C
with the residue of the forct
that Ihe protection and encouragement of " under the provisions of an act of Congress.
our own manufactures were objects contem- j that portion of the District of Columbia
immediately to California.
I I ma .1 l nr.. .
plated by the sages and soldiers of that ongmaiiy ceuea to the Ueneral Govern-' ? UUUUfCU iuormo:i .
great epoch, AS ALIKE THE PROOF I ment by the State of Virginia, lying south j der the commaud of Ltcur.
AND SEniTRlTV OP nnr? lMrPPT?T ! of the Potomac River, has lon UP.TPn . NVer5 progressing rapidly. '
- - " - -m v w 4 M. A JL. A S W A V A tM A.
nierce, and thus to keep our industry and henceforth
soon grw into disuse. A more appropri
ate exclamation, indeed, is the line of
frnm lt rru in ti,r,lo cmirno, I yen; JNapoleon trembled to behold. No t'feoutney, "Joy ! joy in London now ! An
heavens were eluwitU with the liMit of !ooner uiu1 they come within the range of j4 English paper, for example, speaks in the i niertt the; word INDEPENDENCE was
iheir bivouac Jin?s, while d burning vjl
lage hear by, thrbw a still more baleful
light over (he scene. Spurring his parif
ing steed through; the-gloonh, he at mid
iiight burst in a jfierce gallop into the
quart's of the Old Guard, and was imme
diately .ushered, into j the presence of the
anxious Emperor.i The report confirmed
.fcfr .w?rst fears. j At day-break the weary
soldiers iwere rpused from their rcposp,
ftlld though theV had marelUd a. hnndnld
and twenty mijes in ibuV lays, pressed
cheerfully forward ; for already the dis
tant sound pf heavy cannonading was
home by, on thej' morning breeze. At eight
in the; m'ornipg,! Napoleon and the vhole
td vancc(. guard, j' reached "an elevation
that overlooked: the VhoI plain in whicli
the city Jay cmboiomed : and lo ! w hat a
jrubUmeiyet territic. sight met their gaze.
The whole Volley vas filled with march
ing coliimns, preparing for ah assault;
.while the beams pf the morhing sun wrere
sent back from eoiiiitless helmets and bat-
onets that mb vtid and shook ih their light.
iicreanu ttiero; yolumes 61 smoke told
where thb batteries were firing, while te
heavy cannonading rolled like thunder
over the hills. There, too, the jFrench ar
my, twenty thopsand strong, packed be
hind tlic redoubts, yet appearing like a
single' regiment iij the midst of the host
that enveloped thciriJ Courier after cou-
t dashing into
rr I ;i n mi n crn
artillery than the ominous silence yas ' followirjj
oroiien uy its dealening roar. In a mo- The Independence packet-shipj Captain
uivm iac neignis apout tne city were m a i Allen, w
w w w m . -mM m. m. - w
PENCE.!:: The power to regulate corn-! CEDED to the parent State, and will : Jhirty-eigbt miles in two dav.
in become a component MCctu i-jwuu.u ua ;i
nearly as soon; as Lol. t'net
and quite as soon as the pur;
enlistment required. '
A great many traders ami
amount of goods are going
are scattered all along the i u
resources! subservient to her, (continues , Part f the Old Dominion. The vote ta
Ur. Dallas.) was conceded by the Colo-1 kcn on this subject, w hich will be found
icy of the American governmenti But St ; nies to the mother country. It was, how-' m another column, shows the strong feel-
lyaa novi ceaseu io ue appncauie anu wui i ever, one gi uie leaumg powers ot sover- , iUo cmt-iiMuau uy moae iuieresieu, oi me
lich has so often brought important in
eignty, the efliciencvof which underwent justice and policy of this measure, and a
frequent canvass, and to the eniovment degree of unanimity which is hardly ever i
ana exx-rcise ot winch they aimed the mo- uulullll-u uu questions oi a pnouc uature.
blaze : and the fiftV cannon at tho hi4l telliTenct from thft United States. fUrivprl1 In
jof these columns , belched, forth fire and j this port ijrom New York, on Sunday h.st, bring
smoke j apd amid the chargipg of infan- i"g the; hest piece of news which she, has ever
try, the bursting of shells, the1 rolling fire conveyed to this country namely, that of the
oi musuetnand the explosion ol hundreds
of cannon! St. Cyr received 'the shock. !
For two hours did the battle rage with
isanguinaijy ferocity. The plain was cov-!
ered with dead the suburbs overwhelm-
passing of the new and liberal tarifflof duties
on imperils, founded on Mr. Walker's report,
through ithe American House of Representa
tives, by ja majority of 114 to 95 votek" i
No one can be surprized at, the gratifl
VOTE ON RETROCESSION.
n r .
majority i 541 Santa Fe in conquence of the
As the substance and not the form is ' troops from this country we
material, and RETROCESSION has been marc,h thither. The people
effected by the vote of the people, We do ! inS tbe cattle and effects m l
ed with assailants, and ready to yield ev-il cation thus expressed, when rib isifiform-
erymoment -the enemy s batteries were! I cd that t he immediate etfect of the intel-
playing wifhin fifteen rods of the ram-! I ligence by which it was inspired was the
tier. Hdinirias fbr Hife. ken
k - L It I - l.i , f .. ..... . .
iuc prpence oijine emperor; bidding him
e city. A
e a ciotui
makej baste; ,if he Svould sa
lew hours would settle its
Jon, leaving h is guard to foil
jaway ia.a furious crallbn. w
oi oust along the 'road, alotie told where
his' carriage wbs whirling onward. As
parts the axes of the pioneers were heard
on the gates; and the shouts,; and veils,
anu execrations rose over tne walls ot the!
cit'. The last of St. Cyr's resere were!
in the battle, and had been for half an
hour, and Napoleon began to tremble for;
his army. But at half past six; irrthe hot- j j
test bf the ight, the Young Guard arrived,! j
shouting asithey came, and wbre received i
pn return iith shouts by the armyf that!
ifor a moment drowned the roar of battle.!)
jTheh Napoleon's brow cleared up, and St.
Cyr for the first time, drew a sigh of re
llief.l Ii- '
Tie gat were thrown open, and the
impetuous Ney, with the invincible Guard,
poured through one like a resistless tor
rent on the foe, followed soon by Murat,
Iwitli his heiadlong cavalry. Mortter sal
Jied forth from another; and the Young
though wery and travel worn, burst with
cheers on the chief redoubt which, after
flowing in blood, had been wrested from
'the Frcnch-j and svfept it like a tornado.
Timse sijj massive columns, thinned and
riddled through, recoiled before the fierce
Uttered. .The design of Great Britain was
tb extort revenue on articles exported
thence to the colonies here, and which she
prohibited the colonies from manufactur
ing for themselves. Hence, independence,
resistence'to the revenue acts, and the es
tablishment of our own factories were si
multaneous and associating ideas." So
speaks George M. Dallas in 1832; and 1 effected
a . ... 11-. 1 .
Vftt Wft ninvv sifn him in nhflipnpp in i nOL I 111 n 1C It Wnrl.li Whilp to v:iit IrnfTr
J i ,w W WWW ft f W V V - . -mum m w UVVBWa, . I- a
i ill i if. f-rv fciTii. i'it z nir tjr-:ii
DCpFwi Santa Fe. M r. S
ston has recently returned to
the extraordinary .short spac"
seven days.' He made the v. l
to and from Santa, Fe inr.''
states that great alarm was t
Santa Fe in conquence of the
they could, and provisions w c
augmentation in price of the products of
British inines and looms, and a cotempb
rancous decline in the price of American
produce, with which the people; of this
countryj who are hereafter expected to
consume a larger quantity of foreign fab
rics, are to pay for them. We have no
doubt that when the news of the final pals
sage of I the bill reached Great .Britain,
there was a general jubilee among the
master , manufacturers and their opera
tives tjhat every factoryin the great mah-
ufactunng districts was illuminated, and
I that bonfires blazed upon all the moua
I tain-tops of Cornwall and Wales. ' Such
' an ebullition of feeling would be just as
j natural as that the law which leads! to tit
; should produce gloom and despondency
j and fearful forebodings among American
capitalists and, laborers whose profits and
; wages must necessarily be diminished by
Uhe sane measure which swells the .alrea
,; dy bloated coffers of British manufactuir-
I ers, anq augments the wages oi those m
; their employment. "
party decree, and in opposition to his own but adopt immediately the emblems of
convictions, giving a vote, as the presi- J fetate sovereignty. 'and date from 1 trgm
ding officer of an American Senate, such ' ia. Alex. Gaz.
as might iiave been expected from a mem- : r
ber ot the British House of Lords strik- i 'Senator Wcstcott of Florida. This gen-
ing dovyn that system which in 1832 he j tleman attracted no little attention, during
solemnly land truly characterized as a the late session of Congress, by his;inde
legitimate scion of the Revolution" and j pendence of party. This trait -was par
was alike the proof and security of our ticularly displayed in the progress pf the
independence !" I controversy .between Messrs Webster
; c heard " the groans of the Britons" and Ingersoll the latter of whom he
in 1776, and they have been familiar mu- excoriated with very great and deserv
sic to our cars, with occasional intervals, ed severity. Wc now learn, from the
eyersihce But, if the existing system is Washington correspondent of the I3alti
tp be maintained, we shall hear them no ; more Patriot, that, in consequence of Mr.
more. Their shouts of joy will hencefor- j Prestcott's manly, course on that occasion,
at secretion, the weather had
"as to occasion a failure of the
Governor of Santa Fe li.v.i
that he would make no res;.-::,
spectable American force, but
an one present itself would n :
thcColerado. He had not nv
soldiers, miserably clad, and r
expected from' no quarter. C
and all the troops and trade r
up the Arkansas to J3ent's Vc:
Ward ring in our ears.
be heard at home !
The groans will a large number of distinguished gentle
I men, of both political parties, in Boston,
addressed him a' very flattering and com
plimentary letter, to which Mr. Westcott
Ttc Charlotte Convention.
vention which met -at'Chai!
House, Va., on the 4th instas.',
to consideration the improve:
Roanoke navigation, was well
After deliberation, the Con vc ml
of agreeing upon apian fori:;:;
has replied in a'' .manner entirely charac- i Roanoke with suitable tccj
... ... ! r ....I . . .
io eneci it, io ine greai sur 1 r t
ers on, has recommended the c
of a Rail Road from Danvil
he apprdached the gates, the Russian bat- ! onset, like the waves w hen they meet a
fceries) BWept'tbd rbad with such a deadly rock:; and $lowly surged back from the
fire; Uiat he . was jcompelled to leave his kalis. In the mean time, dark and heavy
carriaecand crawl along on his hands clouds began to roll upvthe scorchihsr hea-
and knees over the ground, ivhile the can-1 kens; and tlie distant roll of thunder min-
COri ball vhistled; iri an incessant shower ! Cledrwith tile roll of artillerv. Men 1-md
j . V I
is not me - xpenmeniai lanu Pi ; n'. nararar)hs
J -L-1-. i nill ; r T ( r?" I
appropriaieiy curisieneu ine JDru- ; Jnrofopo "Xew! "
larin f uan any one douot it ai- State. We five
ter these evidences-of British delight , t
its passage, and of the depressing influ
ence it has already exerted, andi Which
From the Montgomery (Ala.) Journal.
POOR OLD NORTH CAROLINA."
It has been the custom, time immemorial, to tcristic. " He has no mercy for those blind
sneer at North Carolina. She has been, always, devotees of pirtV, whether calling them
tHe moon far the bavinir of nunDies oC eterv de- Selves Whigs or Democrats, who scrunle
greev She! has been misused and aspersed J not, for party ends, to traduce and vilify ! of Richmond l---the ote being. ;
from the date of the theft of her Declaration of the reputation and public character of the , Road 52 ; for' the improve r:.
Independence, up to the present moment. Her , truly great men of our country. The cor- ' Roanoke 36. 'We have but li
"honest. poverty " has excited the derision of resDondence will of rnnrsp h nnhlirior1.f ! that the Rail Road will be ult.
. i ' - i" . i .r c.. ii. . .c ' ' i. - .1 ' - r . '"
bandoncu Dccause oi us impr.
notwithstanding its popularity i
: . m . r"
"The President of the United States ; veniion ; i ana we inereiore .n
has been often heard to remark, since he cls,oa iias, icnipurmu .
frustrated the. more practical;;
1 he h i'
the mean-hlearted of every State especially of 1
those whose morals are as lax as their soil is
fertile. ;The last and most insolent of the news-
attacking her, appears in the
published at Marion, in this
the article at length :
Poor Old North Carolina ! This Bee
tea of the Confederacy, still wants the school
master. She sticks to her whiggery like her
has' been President, that all the institu
tions of Providence! were wise, but none
of them more sothan the institution of a
above him. 4 1 4; ! ' r : j kurned this hot August afternoon into a
I .Suddetily;andj unannounced, as "if he pattle storml and now the elements were
had faflen from the clouds, he appeared ?o end it With a fight of their own. Ia the
at the Royal Palace," where the King of faidst of the deepening gloom, the allies,
baxQny.wasl deliberating oik the terms of now for the first time aware that theEm-
must necessarily be much more seriously j rosin to her! pine trees. Wc despair of ever
felt hereafter, when tim shall hate beeh ! seeing hei tight herself,' until the State devises
afforded for a full development of! its ef- j some ineansj of educating her population. Won- Providence," and especially the Sabbath,
fects, ia our own country? With much ! der if they have heard that Gen. Harrison was noAV that the President of the U. States.
more propriety, indeed, may the! cloth!- j dead yetj and have not unwittingly voted for i who is a ' working President' not a man T ,r ,
weavers and the iron-masters oft Great uTip and Tyler too?" . The Wilmington Jour. nr w,Kc ..r?n and who nluab iCPThe New lork corrc
mentof the Roanoke.
latter work, however, arc not t!
ed, and seem determined to p;;
the enterprise. Another Conv
been called to meet in Oxford, in
on the 3d of November next.
Recorder. ; .
j . : .1. j -fl-.i.
vapuuiauon. t ; ailing ior no resi, ne tooK i peror as hi uiv cu , ure w uu ineir iioops
i single rjage so afe not to attract the eni i for the night! The rain came down as if
erny's fire and went forth to visit the out-l j he clouds were falling, drenching the liv-
went forth td visit the out4
er works.; So near had the eiiemv an- ing and dcadarmies : vet Nanoleon. heed
proached, thatjhe youth by his side was ' less of the sto(rm, and knowing what great i
, Struck1 down by1-a.Kr)ent mutiket hall I ' results denenrled nnnn tho next dav's ae- !
naviiig finished i inspcctiofi. and settled 1 ton, ivas seeh hurrying on foot through
WS Dians, DC returned to thti V .ot nrw i the Streets to thn hridp-e. over whteh he !
' ir L . . ill .-, . ! . : . ; . . l ! t- ? . I 1 i i; . : I . . rr ' : '
UUrrieU OH Couriers IO thf t ITr.nf rViri vnerttefl thp. Piirn nt 'Mnrmnnf nnH Via. MiniereSIS VVUICI1 It WaS HIS eSDeCial OUIV. aS oJfrtr k'nntt Ua kofiri ncmo cfrn
aT.m fnul XVcre advancing b4 tor to arrive. With anxious heart he stood i jan American statesman, to protect at j and neighbors voting to sustain men and mea3-
Britain prect a statue ofj gold in hbnor of f nal of the; 14th inst., gives election returns from
Secretary Walker, the great champion of '. fn W of the. counties in that .State, ackno.
Foreign! over American Industry, than the ! edfes ll?e Ae"? ae, shamefulyftea?i
sugar makers of Cuba, who We vveie som4 i f1.' an ys that the article communicating
: :J c i l j J i I I this tnelancholv result, is penned with 'mortiti-
iiuic biuice juturmeu uau i m comempiaf .. u j v j t. . c
i c .u t T Tr S- f cation andsorrow.' Aodoubt of it, fnet
iiuu iu vuuicr.upon mat genuemaq a uisf
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unciion, wni.cn. in our hhmble judgment and correc!t judgment in regard to the best in- the western part of the State of New York,
will be a monnment nf his trpnhrv trt i . . .l, 1 '
. . . , ; , . . T" leresi oi our common country, noi iu inane ine : Savs :
' I left Avon on the cveninf? of ihe 6ih, with
nia, but on arriving at that place I found the ho-
fi: tf i. i t :t . I t .rim morion n-jtinn trAm si i h r i r in
i i nai. vour columns disoiav too mucn cood sense jouraai . -w.Wv,, ...
r : t ft 0
nfmh.Kf nnn.nrlnce.' and Who alwaVs ! . . UU 'W'
rirr. . thr har eston Tatnot states tb:;
attends church' nas oeen pieaseu to ex- j : nfp
.end ,o ,hem hi W t tF',
congratulate all Concerned. 1. 1 . Cou. ' b . .
J took passage, was lost on its p i .
New York to Liverpool, lie
mention the name of the ycsiil.
The Missouri Legislature is i:
cofoco. Except eighteen, all the
of the Lower House are Loco:
tions of the
j K . . 'W . i T" " aWftfti I - - - ---- - - - t m a m v w . , i
lorced marches towards the citv. First and 1 stcned. till the heavv tread of their ! gainst foreign competition, so far as the ; ures, at war with their best interests. 4 Never
tae-indomitable guards arid the- brave ' Advancing columns through the darkness ' legitimate exercise of the powers conferj i saytdie,' however, rub out and 'at 'em again.'
vuirassierseaireriorLiic onsei.enmo r-. ro ivri h e hnfn nm thn n9 thor rea udoo ine government dv ine constuu oeewnai nacpv resuns are uowinir irum
'S n mrtous haste over in
v: 1 .. . i . t . i Ji. . .. ' . 1
"'crjoycu lnnaoiianis siooii
tad; offered : therri; food and .
ough I weary, hungry and
fellows rcfuieditb take
ieini over tne iheld. and he came at every
Jitep upon heahs of corpses, while groans 1 ed with so much delight by the press and!
nrwl lirT..i..:i., : i V U. nrrl nfrirpat RritMin Riif tUat tin
..r. i5tiiaumis jiiucu nuiu tuc i;iuutti s w. -r...u.w.
iu every OirectlOlt ; .lor .thousands or tnej mencniB uougicsa suuum Mttye uciiuera,ic
wounded, luncovered and unburied. lav ex-1 h attempted to strike a death-bloiv at
iP. f n. Willi . . ,.1.-'
. tzn,- tho.. tiivn nil lilir r "
the expectation of staying the night at Caledo- J 'Lr.rltv on ioint ball
, ft.V v J w - '
t. :-aa o r ' nineiv seven. - cuuiwtk
arri;d onward towards the
jw reaay 10 uurst on their companions
H.W o'cldck the troops ' coramencetl ; cnl
letlD2 the 'ritV Infnntrv. rat'nlrv nnrl nrJ
crj Pouring forward with imnetuous;
jpecd tin there .appeared t( be no end
rushing thousands. T hus, without
-i ?-. . . ! . : i;n.ikni ! nurnoses-
bridge., The! j begad to pool over' the bridge,' lie hasten- Mon wd authorize. 4 ! ' j'.. : ill selfisacrinqlttg labors of missionaries in u.a- o It Sems that the inhabitants of: The Croton Uacn-OCotwith,
v 11c screetsJ ed hae c. and traversinsr the eitv. nasspri ii me uiuicnean oiaies were sui coioi y . i th-, ! io,t n 1. rense. and tne tavern. ;IT,rn. .tmnlr of water lurnish - : :
drink? Knllrtnt i tL mI,L. ml rlU ; hial ahhendap'es tn th ttririssh-, P.rnnir!: Thebrce ! of the first sentence of the article : . rj:.,,. :nil,ni nf measure, del i :. 1... ill-..- r.rlfc it U itated thit
"'"-1 vm at iiiG uiuci siuv.i tiiv i iciitu iuc cur i i o ...w.... ..x, o . . .1. .- i ivciri;ci s. icriiiiii 1 u "iii ; vii t ui . luov . w.
thirsty, . thei 1 tire ljnns that were formed without thi Hrld our legislators sat in St. Stej)hen'.( quoted,, we are compelled to admit, is aiio emer j termined tQ cut oft- .very accommodatidn from hot weather lb water has ic?
' either, and xvallsir Tiie hi vbuac fires shed a lurid i Chapel, we should have expected to sees lost? U3 do no remember to fiave neard ; the , lioff community. Hence those fences; 4 rapidl than; it run hi, and in c
.i.m iki( i;i,rL U ii j i i. J Li. L. fl L,k nloAt MveAA uA ;u:.t. L..l of Hated, before. It is doubtless some piace oi ,am ae.hf,ftf. n their sheds and : .l. ...nnfP ;n ihe tinner .storr v n:
aiuuu iurti vb" over me neiu. anu ue came at every sum ptu aa mat huiuuw eiccvii
oWPnt did the steady columns arrive
- naw ,ong, andi w
iTt . Vock in
were still hurrying in,
e! attack commenced.
tterie'9 that coVered the heights a-
he CltV oneried vvith 'thrip; tPrriMp! rfprs
posedrto the storm,' dragging out the weary
m'b4" -any in me morning, ia-
was oil horseback-, and rode Out to
the army. 1 akmg his place beside a huge ot
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tive State is assimilated. But what are :ts ex
act peculiarities ? We .wish to know, that we
mayf property repel the cbarge 05 insult, if any,
coudied in the comoarison. We confess iguor-
anrrt on ih nnint and in order to induces the
der the fostering influence of the legisla-l editor of the! News io enlighten us and them,
latiori of its predecessors, and iaviolatibnH We will adroit, ci o this, the ignorance of all
all thb experience of the; bastr ajnd bf j fWlo w citizens of North (Carolina; A friend at , - . t . : : : fJ5? p,i
' II .1 - I 1 V f . j- : ' 1 'f . .1 j I t 1- ' 1 . U. inlan. I ." f T - 1
tire.iuaL.was oiazmg and crackliag in tnafu inemaxims leit ioraisguiuance py : out eiuow soppoaca iua ui wuicuipui-nj ;
'! . - ..i - Hi 1 -x i t P. . r rli -, i l . L .It:: J i , J j .Lll.VI na oInciTat ntf corArr. tn Baa.
centre ox me sjhi uuara; he issued his or siaiesmen :wno iraaiicu -uui iuuva 0-13 ucu ,n.jn.y, r. ..- -r ?
rs forthe dav. Victor Was on the right ; j tern and .shaped bur national , poliby fo
U)Un,.io Q,,fU r.imlinn. to which our na- i
These tavern-keepers being deprived of their,
old privilege of surrbunding their houses witW
Virginia fence," hare enclosed their premis
es' wilh rails ! A jdecided improvement we
think.! If our taverns must be fenced in, let it',
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be done ,with Ihe proper materials, not wiin pia-j
of staggering toen fi e. Hr'J 1- ' '
Uiai Iinpertment. as. are jhV remarksbf the
The amount paidby companies hi Lo well er-
erjr month for wagesvamounts to 8.177,600.-''
a . m. -
U. McKay, the chairman 1 oft
nWaysand Means, statf that ti..
Undress for mileage and perditi: ,
355-for the sessioa.
i Imioxieatioii ia Stcedcn. For t?
fence a man is exposed iu the p ir;
fbllowing Sunday, deprived cf Lis
cfcise, and disqualified to appear 1
Tative: '- '-
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