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$ too prolix for rt newspaper to copy.
.jub$tance ojl ttui as follows:
( " K"P A rPX ALL r0C DO THIS. AKD LlBEMT IS SlFt."
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BRUNER & JAMES,
Editors 4 Proprietors.
i wiJovv rcsUingiin onfl of the north-
1 1 Carolina, had two
SALISBURY, N. C
signed to Uilj ier ; and that he had done pressive action whikh no 1 nger needed IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. I several others. Quiet was soon restored
the interpretations oil his mojiion to deny Ratification of an Armistice -Another ! in the town, after the fight ink was over."
'.,r'vn who wdre rrrUtesa boy and a
! ,. ' Trwy wer( hith nearly grown, at
rim!' to wliiich !c entreat the atten-
the reader, ff hough mutes, une.d-
tiand simje, tly were not deficient,
t -yovld s?cm M1 A Certain degree of na
ft intelligence ; hut lacking wholly
external aiilhy which society would
c trained -!tjTnt(j activity, they soon
TTBveU ilictnelves y Id. and uhmanagea
'v o lafl as pirent il. control was con-
rrncd hey ycrf Jharrniess, however,
ltfin'n0:O&nc t6 those with whom
rjMramei in contacts and, though moody
jnd p:ssionaie; ui prjous, v tc very iar
rum exhibiting jsuch pispoitions as would
so at the instigation of a bad heart. The
last to he particularly insisted upon. The
result wc giyq1 entirely in Mr. Simrns' lan
guage. I . -
It was onlyjafter considerablfe time and
difficulty, lhatjthe mother appeared to con
ceive the entire scope of the ideas which
the judge labored to convey. :. Professing,
at last, that I she did so, she prepared to 1 harborage in his breast. T
transmit t h rrt to her son through their j admirably true to his purpose. No lan-
as a cue'st to which
NUMBER 49, OF VOLUME IV.
TiHU'ESDAY, APRIL 6, 1848.
fling it from him with aversion and horror,
ie had never civen
Fight ivilh the Guerrilleros.
that he was guiltyH-lhat he had! never
lifted his hancf auaintt his sistpr :Uto de
clare that he had aHvavs loved Her too 1 he New Orleans Picayune, of the 20th
well to give her paid ; and ks for the bad, instant, announces the arrival of the stea-
black heart ol which he wis accused, to mer Massachusetts and the shin Danvers
guage could have made it
ie action was
from Vera Cruz, the Danvers bringing ad
vices from that city to the 12th ins!. :
Gen. Pillow and Cen. Worth had been
restored to their commands, i
Santa Anna was again at Tehucatan
on the 12th, having left Orazaba on the
night previous. The Government has triv-
Lctlcr from Hon. D. 1. I
House or Rkpui:sknt r :
.' " JV. i
Gextlemex: I hare Leers ..
receipt of your iuviiation to a f .'
be given hj the Wbis'of Pi.i
22J instant, on wbich ccasi ;i i'
bring forward the namr f (' - '
lor as a candidate for ttn IV "
to the decision of a Whir Nat , :
j My answer has been deujej u .'
J time, in anticipation of the b-v j j
; he in mj jwiwer to accept yrju i;r.
i joiccd, as 1 should be, to uni:?
son on that occasion, ar-.d anti
aid ytm in its high object, I ftzr :
necessiiyof my presence berr, ia :
of ptiMic duties, will prevent t:
! Hut allow me, gentlemen, to js-ny
ahsent.l shall bcHhorotighly i i"';
ment and foeling ; and 1 sirtoi
dcmonstialion will be uch :i c
produce a beneficial effect i y
en him the passport, but it was generally
l- 1 1-1 a 1 . . . . . I "
icuee(i inai ms intention :in asking it and the t cause vou bore t
was only to lull the coverntnent to sleep, i nrnner iLit vour rir. ,
As we were led to anticipate by our i in order he might put himself to the head h.is never been shaken, fboul 1 t
more binifi- previous advices, (says the Picayune.) the ; of a body of troops
ih is movement in fitor of a Ji-:
iisiimi men a rii nrc itpijoi it wuc ?,
- - ( - H V' - . W V l M
curious siuuy 10 me court to witness the cant. It was the vonke ot ftature in her "sM"rtiiuii ui iuc luexicttu, cu uuusmuu- i nerreras neaiin was said to be a little or me rresiaency: anav,..!
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progress of Uhe scene, and the gradual 1 emercencv. Here whs a case in! which ers, with those appointed by Uen. Butler, . better. tunate in selecting, as the t
dawning, upjoh the inert and unexpert in-S the instincts made the actor ; enabling j hv terminated in an armistice. Gen. j In Guadalupe, Herrara was the choice P'ntation cl bis clanns '
vorin anu vjen. mun represenieu uen. j ol the people tor President, and the me- toruary a u.j incmuramo .1,1
Butler in the negotiations. We hear a ! vailing sentiment was in favor of peace,
good deal of dissatisfaction expressed with The Governors of the States of Jalisco
the terms of the convention entered into." and Zacatecas have answered the circu-
ui. 1 itauuc iuiMiauca uiucis ui mr yn iwsa) uijii wish 10 Know wny me
3lvc rendered 1. then dangerous, or
me 10 1
1 it: . i -
It. - Vllfll U f I U III-. 1 171 IV I I t ..IfAC-T rt 1L AnTlnA
.orae to' the ir -hborhood. They i -i . " 0
iretuus loterateuj inougn wnnoui win
mute himself had pro?
1 4rl O
;5j sympathies; and, though unmolested
ji their omewhat leorratic courses, were
ttt very lar irom possessing me lavor, or
Jvcntbe pity of thoke around them."
Colli vyre Wld a'ifd Wandering in their
Ubitsbut the. jiisterij (who is represented
alpvi possesseSd quite a gentle and pleas-
jig character;, was peculiarly so. ou
A-aslitcrally a Wild bymph of the woods,
wandering ji way, dKy nnd night, at all
bWnclseaj5Vi!-4-Pesigiring no harm
lecling no iear-ranu ,so compieieiy 111 uis
TfMrd or restraint and pursuit, that it be-
nme necessary to erect for her a rude
jiiuvreVUng in jthe thickest of the forest,
wher she was! known to range, in order
bat Hie might, wh she pleased, Una a
Jielfer at nigbt fioini the inclement wea-
bcr. Hoy often or pow unfrequently she
employed this; refiieVin obedi(Mice to her
instincts Could only Ibc conjectured. That
lie did us0 it; ivas j satisfactorily known.
Thitber hc retired vvhen the storm threat
ene or the cold ; and from thence she
Icnicrged wheb! the. Iweather moderated,
Jaot rcgonlitig the absence ot the sunshine,
but going: Ibrthiat (jiwn, at dusk, or in the
tfarighi, as if; jshe plommuned with other
than toe orillntifry inua'bitantsjof this earth.
Witji wild creatiifes she fived in a de
;rec 0 f social intercourse and kindly com
ttiurtio vsuch nis it as uMprli impossible
'.hat a being BO coitstituldd should ever
'Jlhavetound in -llumua society : unless, per-
was so morally superior.
Kvould have been ever
her friends to cares
his eyes teemrngvith
the case to the
which, to those who knew hjis remkrkable
tellect ol the !youih, ot the strange, unac-1 him to attain adegree qf cloqjuencejthough
customed idha. From the first, there had speechless, which produced tjmotiohs quite
been no sign of lndiflerencc1 on his part. : as intense, and convictions quite ns satis-
lie exhibited ja large degree of curiosity , factory, as any words could have done.-
anu anxiety it wou i hav3 been idle to ine wnoie court was in tears, lnecoun
plead ididc.i'or the absence of suflicient ! sel of the prisoner was dumb, havinsr no ! Q'en, Butler, to March Oth, promulgating : treaty is not published
j intelligence;;, render him a sociably re-' arguments so powerful as those wich the t lhe Armistice, which he ratified on the The State of San Louis expresses the
. .1 1. 1 1 . 1 1
mem, anu ine novel scene in wnicti ne
lbund himsqlf, were all circumstances cal
culated to open the1 way for new and
strange convictions ; and when the moth-! successes in sudden and passionate out
er challenged his attention, she found him ' bursts of emotion, it will not seemjextrav
equally heedful and submissive. Thede- I ajxanr to say, was one of the most noble
tails of such a, scene are not to be des-j and touching specimens of judicial .elo
cribed. It ivould be equally useless and quence that ever rcspc ndedlto theifull and
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impossiDie 10 enueavor to uetaii me van- exquisue sympamies qi an audience.
ous steps and, processes the eager signs
the murmured sounds the wild con-
Thei Jude. T5' tu? Army. It is styled a " Mildu- same dissatisfaction, and the Ayuntamien
frequent overflow, ! rV Convention for the Provisional Suspcn- to declares thatjhe State docs not recog- suitable
iurv. in a lcharffe &ipn of Hostilities." The commissioners ; nise the Genera! Government of the na- ; deney a
our country, and which has n nv i
sluined in ihe hearts of their r
glories of Taylor and Buenn Vi
hallwed memory ol Washir.pt :
While, gentlemen, we tho i!J .
hiding ihe decision of a Wl.14 ?
vent ion, fairly constituted, an) f
ing the popular will, in the sc. t el.
tortions of Visage the impatient action
We need hardly saV that the prisoner j lcc ,s t0 remain m force during the pe-
was-acquitted that tile juri', without lea-1 noa tixea by the treaty, or unnl one par-
their places, found hirn guiltless of ! lX stlaM S'e pe other notice ot its termi
of the form j by which she first impressed I the offence ; the mer 3 army of circum- nation, with live days delay lor places
him with the idea of his sister when in I stances, short of absolute proof of the j Wlthin 00 leagues of the capital, seven for
life of hisjquarrel with heron the morn j crime, not being suffered to Weigh! against j Pccs within 90 leagues, and twenty days
ing of her death -how she went forth in- j that voice of the mule himself, whifsh could or olner places.
to the forest? ks usual how he loaded his only have found its irresistible eloquence ! - It. provides for "an absolute and gener
gun and 'foljqwed her how he came bacli in the conscious innocence of his heart. al suspension of arms and hostilities
and she didlnot how she was lbund in ' But who was guilty? The question, to j throughout the whole Republic." The
what condition her body riddled with i this day, remains unanswered, it is one j American troops are not to advance from
bullets, andlshe incanable of farther strife ! that need not be airain disturbed. The 1 tne,r present positions, or extend their oc-
and farther suffering at any hands. Step penalties, to him whose haiid performed J cupation of the country. Persons not be-
uy sipji, noever, siowiy, nut wun a
wonderful iqgenuity, the result of long
names as our cand.d vv
nev and Vice Presidencv. 'Ca
j met in the Capital on the 29th February, tion, and in future will yield no obedience distinguished individuals whose ;
and isigned the Convention on that day. , to it ; but the Star thinks San Louis mav be canvassed, it cannot be iii;
It is alleged to be in compliance with the yet be one of the warmest supporters of very desirable, to hold pn-Km
2d article of the treaty of peace, which,
as recited, provides that immediately up
on the signature of the treaty such a con
vention shall be entered into. The armis-
the policy of Pena y Pen a.
The Star says there were thirty-one
members of Congress in attendance, at
Queretaro, on the 21st Feb. A meeting
was fixed for the 29th.
The anniversary of the debarkation at
Vera Cruz was celebrated there on the
The anniversary of Washington's birth
day was observed in the ca;pitol.
practice andfdaily necessities, she led his
incapable mind opward to the just appret
ciation of al the facts in the history. j
It was evident, at the close of a certain
stage in the! proceedings, that these were
finally comprehended. The important diff
MP vlhere it
that hive and I pity
rJiprrscitt to; reddncilp
4. inul anxieties sucn
the murderous action, have, lodoubt. been lonSinS to eittier army may travel lreeiy
quite as terrible as aihy wjiich Could be ' (which, we suppose, includes the guerril
inflicted by hurnaii lav;. It! was ?ery pro- i leros.) The military contributions are sus
bably, as we have already hinted, the in- j pended until the expiration of the conven
voluntary deed of the hunter, whose heart lion' excepting the taxes on gaming hous-
foiled in thp iiPCPSsarv rAnrairii wViirh I liquor SHOPS, MeXICail Citizens
THE LATE EUROPEAN NEWS
The New York Tribune
Article, thus refers to the
the mercantile classes of that city of the
recent events in France:
On 'Change there was very little dispo
sition to day to make operations. All
parties, especially on the foreign side, were
busy discussing the news from France.
would have. honestly (jeclarjed his misfor
tune, and have found in thej openfavowal
as her erratic habits
wulVi forever have Scent in exercise. The
Juritefs found ber absolutely herding with
the deer whichjtheV jlursaiied. They were
iep, as she sat, or wandered beneath the
.1.1. -L' . 1: : JL -.i 1
iuiu vi;s, oro$iugj viinoui apprehension,
around ner lootstefs. Ihe doe led her
ll joung-fawn to the tery4 spot where she
Lj tnost loved tn iiugrtifi appeared to place
r us .ti. 1 ; 1! 1 ' .
luinuK: heejuig 01 pne who represented
Offlamty only jin itst most friendly and af-
lecfionat'e aspects, j p he wild turkey led
llonjr ihe tract, ttiiiembarrassed at her
' ' . j 1 ' I I i '
coming and; the partridge and the dove,
cknofcledgig in bipr a nature not unlike
tair ovp, felt in her presence no necessi-
Mto Use their witfgs. We exaggerate
wuim in mcse siiurments. ftuch were
tbeas.se rVc rut ijons made on oath by the
witnesses, 01w. of whom were of a class
ta invent .such Jseenifng extravagances.
idis testimony is greatly countenanced
leading event in our history. It
these 'abode pursuing this wild,
ficulty remiiined of showinghim, not only of his sorrow and contriticm
his own share in the deed, but the motive I and a relief against ihose ttingsl of sell
and the malice of it: the moral of the reproach, which his very silence must
fact how, provoked by his sister ! in the ! make remorseful,
quarrel. heS bad prepared his gun .with!
uucKsiioi, jon ner uesiruciion : now, lineu j
with this purpose, he had deliberately ptirj- j
sued her, inffigated by the bad. black heart.
had folio weil her to her favorite retreat in j
ine lorest, and thera completed the meu- ! pose deep ploughingJ imagining that it
sure of his eVil thoughts by jshooting her ; must injure their soild
through theody. We need: scarcely say. while they entertain t lis idea, they go on,
that it was jn approaching this portion of ! jLlst scratching the soil, yeir after year,
her task, thij the mother fotind her great- j until nothing is left for thkm to' scratch
est difliculty. lo connect the- moral pur but the clav. Last winter I had com
pose with tile deed, with which, to the or- j menced ploughing my corn land when my
dinary mmd,iit is not alwaysrcoupled, was ; agent came in, and hH was decided in his
and in a spirit of frankness a:i t .
ciliaiion and forbearance, disco?- ;
pression to the claims of thon .
tion of the people maydtir) t
highest office in their gift, li i v
by some that it is better t.) wal:
meats of public opinion, and ihut
wise to indicate individual pir fVi
think diflferenily and having e'e
, on the stdject, satisfactory lea
judgineni, 1 am free to avow tl.cr .
; cidrdltf of the opinion that Genera'. ,
lo be the candidate, of the II V.
? in its Money 1 Unitctl Sialcs for the nexi Prt
A markable fur his sympathy v;th t
views tauen by 1 our pconle for his nlain rer
for his strong common te:;5?
integrity, public and private !
and prudonce his ardent and n:.
otism his fealty to the Coni'.it!.''
of ihe States his bravery in th j
dutn in counsel his indomitallo '
tie, and his generous auJ huriru.'
in the hour of victory over a pro':
linguished for that rare union f t
bedience of the soldier w'uli tl.- ;
ihe freeman, which could ej al!
Executive displeasure in the f.ic .
From the Soutliern Plinter. i
Mr. Editor, Many practical men op-
in the present case productive of more opinion that 1 was turbin
i 1 . k - .
prolonged tifiltl of the patience of the par- ! the dead soil-he bel evedl it would ulti- i Tr- wnere,.an mei ican ts a par y -
ties. The CQUrt. however, and the SOeC- mntflv imnmvfl tliP buld. arid that! it vvnnbt
. I ! 1 . I rt ' . J . ' ' . . 1 . i .
he was firmly per-
tators, watched, with unflagging interest, i wash awav less : but
. . - i ... v
the strange cVramatic spectacle. They did ; suaded it would lesse 1 thd first crops. I
not seem tojfeel fatigue as they looked to 'desired him to have the whole field bro
the eyes and i eat u res of the accused for ken as deep as it could be
the gradual j eppearance of that dawn- two-horse ploughs, and he
ing light ofl consciousness which should fully. It was the best p
there was much difference of opinion
both among the merchants and in Wall
are to exercise all their ordinary political ( street as to what would be the e ffect of
rights, in the election of civil officers. Fed- the advices upon this country. The mag
eral and State. LTpon notice of an elec- j nitude of the causes prevented any verv
tion, the American Commanding officer is j decided expression of opinion until more vv''b onmistakeabJe emphasi
to march out pf the occupied town with time had been had for dicstin" the facts an(I -"brink from no rcsjoii
all his force, except so much as will suf- ; The prevailing impression appeared to be
fipe.lo protect the barracks, stores, &c. j that the immediate influence of the news
What fine opportunities for Mexican would be unfavorable, as creating more
or less alarm, raising the rate of Sterling
bills near if not to the snecie noinf. and
a . ' , . - , llll I1IIUI1I I'lVf SJV UU-'
embarrassing that large portion of our - Ta..,or is eminently ft o be i
chicanery H The 'Mexican authorities,
may, during the armistice, collect the usu
al taxes, except impost and internal tran
sit duties, and duties on precious metals ;
the tobacco monopoly not to be re-estab-
' I lished, except on 09 days notice. The
post offices to be re established, and pro
tected. Unappropriated public property 1 olution in France, would be brought to
mind which has proved equal t . ;
ing emergencies which it has 1
an eventful life to encounter ; r. :
conspicuous among all men f ;
and tin affected modest v, which ii :
, ihe infdllihlc index of true giea';
merchants who are connected with the
manufacturing and commercial interests
of France. A general war in Europe,
which is a remote nrobabilitv of this rev-
pp tod much of
may be taken possession of by the Mexi
cans ; convents and charity buildings to
be evacuated by the Americans. Mexi
can courts to have jurisdiction, except in
announce the; entry. ot the new idea into , eVcr saw broken, genera
Krane life iriji thM communion with the
1 i 1-'
inferior suspicious! nature in the haunt p01 seemea q
oUe fovj the! wild eat. and the deer P'd thent ;
ihilthk rW,r Uirl kSrn Hnltv CnnnA mtlP- i exchanged
his mind. Equally wild and vacant, for
a time, werlijhis" features, as he submitted
to a fartheHexaminalion, in which the
signs were many of them wholly new, and
insignificant of new suggestions signs,
some of thejtj, of which the woman her-
oubtful, even while she em
and which she sometimes
f&r others. It was doubtful
would snppppfl Tti- Iwu-
seemed rather bewildered than informed.
She herscIQgrew somewhat bewildered ;
to, nine inches. It was
and all mv neiirhbois
done; b' good
oughed field I
ly, frqm seven
verv bid field,
but one, said I
would regret-;lhe deep ploiighingi It made
the best crop of corn I ever saw on the
We tried an experiment on a smaller
scale, to tejst the benefit of deep plough
this great and free peon!. In t
culiar and dangerous cri.is X 1
cated .Mexican relations t; t'
and feaiful issues which ar! to :
prosi'ctitinu and end of l!ii 1::
there will be, I think, ams'i t'
reasons for his elevation tot!," ( ;
cy, a hih and patriotic policy i:i
man at the head of our nail ::a!
moral power with the pej!f;
popularity, nt cotif;ned tonu i ' ;
and his iamiliarity with the
. of .Mexican affairs, wou'.d cnat
and it was Oiily by the frequent interposi- deep. The third was
tion of the jiidge, that she was kept steadilV
on the track of that leading motive of the
supposed criipinal, to which it was essen
tial that his'thoughts should be awakened.
Still, there was progress : every now and
rctSli She; whom! the reptile and the
Wst had spared, fell a victim to the care-
tosncs$ or the; brutality of her own spe
e'ej. IA load of buckshot had nenetrated
inftpcent Ijosont, and when she was
iscovered. life waslutteilv extinct. The
J'Jfsti 1 naturjilly was, by whose hands
VJ ihtj'pcrishi'd ? l.Who could have been
CUlltV Ifil 1 rpi-i t flrrfll"nl n wanton.
entirely Witbodt! motive ; so horribly j len' 11 , , ,.J . e st'en M l ee 01 Ul(i,
uel,bi the case of a.creature so com-I bo' ".oM j'ghten as if under a moral
by Wry ffeling of sympathy and 1 consciousness;;; and he would nod aflirma
P'ly to the UtljilgeWe and the protection I. llve 3'- a !l,nS the suggestion that the
of humanitvf H il I mother labored to convey.
fVwnji' strnnge to saj, atter some) l'ointaiterf point was thus gained, in
JTanaering, settlt'c I upon the youth, her : this strangeSjjrogress ; and the whole na
lrotberi j'l.hcire v,'rc certain facts and ; ture of the pliarge, slowly and painfully
evolved in details too minute for us to fol
low, it was evident to all, began to glim
filteen inches deep. The ihext was plough
ed like the field, say about eight inches
rehched, and soon.
bear upon this country through various
mediums, and there was much difference
in the views of Wall street whether the
influences of such an event would be fa
vorable or disastrous. One party argued
Mexican police force of GOO to be allowed that such an event would throw the car-
in the Federal district. Foreigners are rying trade of the whole world into our
r .t Tt- - i . i .,. .. . 1 more than any oilier man, to 1 1 -
troops on the Rio Grande to protect the , would be sent to this country for invest- , - on a pur permanent, i-'.
population from Indian incursions. The ' ment, which the owners would no longer : uais, satisfactory to both Reju1
Mexican religion and church property to rUk in the securities of the tottering and j cut a'nj alarming question aii-i
be respected. Either party is allowed debt-burdened kingdoms of Europe, and j present contest with Mexico. I
and required to disperse any body of arm- that a boundless market would be opened that General Ta)lor is a ;
ed men who may assemble in any part of lor our surplus produce and manufactures. ' self, always been, and exrift a!
Mexico. The convention is signed by Ig- as the nations of Europe could not fight Whig a true Republican W!,:j.
natio de Moro y YHamil, Benito (uijano, battles and grow corn at ihe same time, i when it cost something of li-' f :
W. J. Worth, and Pcrsifor F. Smith. i All these things would undoubtedly to alk "r political faiih, arti !.-
d add immensely cry ' "rP"tl.,,,e " -i.v
ularitv. lint 1 nave ncvrr ;
Gen. Lane, who left the city of Mexico certain extent occur atnl
K l'T'!. T.-.lv 4- ,1 . I t thr won fli ! tint fnn rt-
u" lUK 1,'U1 u".1 SCC,T , A!n;umui11 Wl "l'"-- shrunk from resnonfcibility.V I
returned on the 1st inst His object was Qn the other hand, it was ured that a ! amt.itinn b.u m nromnt- .l.e -
i i iT i - . . i . i i .... , 'n .i . ' ...
We laid off a piede of thin high i o surprise am capture rareues at xuian- general war Europe would destroy every
land into four beds-Hlbur rows' to each ; cin?- l.iko oanta Anna, noveer, ine merchant with commercial relations on
bed. One bed was frrhcM nfm, rhrd. nhnnt i 'resident escaped. Gen. Lane was tne other side that there being no for-
i ' L I . . I
By mistake one of the trenched beds was
laid off with five, instead of four, corn
rows all the beds being of equal width
and the corn on this bed was the best
All had the same treat ment in every re
spect, and I believe, from previous expe
riments, that it the summer had been a
dry one, the difference in favor of the
agreeably entertained by his wile. ; ejorn credits here, aU remittances must
"It was early in the morning, (says an perforce be made in specie, and that a
account in the American Star,) when they ; suspension of all the Banks of the United
reached Tulancingo, and they remained ; States would follow in 30 days. There is
all day. Started the next morning for ; some force in these arguments, the pre-
the hacienda of Guadalupe, which they , mises a general war being' admitted, ; ', .
reached in me aiiernoon, aim iiuiu w iicui-e uul u is not prouaoie mai ucn uu; olilical parlies in ihe Oi ' N
thev sailed forth at 12 o'clock M. for Se- the result. None of the Allied Powers . ' ... i
. .. iio.ir linnni'. I r. ill iri-i w
try, anu launiuuy oiscnargiv a ,
cumbent on me as one of hr 1. :
I am now, and have always, L '
lhurij Clay,he patriot and K!
ilinching champion of Wfcig j ;
hanuer has never been tlirov, n
bul I have been found enlj-b d
How long, how zealously a:.d r :
been a soldier in his cau-, t
to be the true cause cH'! "
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ijUiiiuipiau, anu i cawicu am auu-usr. ira- aie jjrepareu or wining again io inicneie ; ,jje wjsJorn of ihe Nation i! C
lore arriving, however, they were inform- with France excepting Prussia. Howev- determine lhat the great t'i'i r.
ed that 3000 Lancers were there. By er distasteful it may be to Great Britain r, .hall he our standard bearer in i
deepest ploughing woblf have been much tu, the lexans were in the advance, pre- to have a Republic established on the op- tPst, I am read and willing
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greater. My agent id liow aniauvocate ceueu wy lne anu xiays, anu wnen uie posue snore oi me tnannej, snc win naru- vice in ihat glouous cause as z
I Circumstances f wh b Stemmed tn civp a
TOnlenancrjto th horrible conjecture
rHiwasjoy nishands the iatal shot
fere sent lt aprjeanrs that, for some days
u,fore her death, there had been a misun-
lrslandingj amoaihjjtig to warm disagrre-
ni, rjctween.thd two. , Jn their own im-
perfect, but paissiQiiatc manner, they had
vwrejeti on ie vr.. morning ol the dav
r'aich thia Meed was done. She had
tr.n. I . ! 1 ; . I .1.
ic lorth, and, without any known re-
ton: I . ' j ti-.. i . . .
-"viiuuion Dejtwecn them, he had been
rfer laseiz J,5s gfiH, only a Tittle while
7Mo load it, and follow in her foot-
pi Thcie and oil ler particulars which
Peared in eyidence, rendered his con-
If . k 1 ' . ! It
ni exeep nil
He was accjrdihljr arrested. confined
ir !y' lirPgh tp f.rl"l. Hut here a
k , r"V vuiuru-f-uuw was n to ue
to tihfletand the charge against
iWtff111 H Fgards the "evil in-
jAa no one elle could communicate
jvurloojnvey to his mind! the full
ror Whng h U sistlr : that h !hd oV.
of deep ploughing.
mer faintly jiipon his faculties; until as
the burden of the accusation, in all-its
hideous proportions, flashed completely
upon his soul, he uttered a shriek of ter
rible intelligence, which thrilled through
the whole assembly a hideous shriek,
such as belongs only to the mute, where
the voice seetps to struggle with convul
sive violence against the bonds which it ceedingly volatile, an
cannot break!: and before his nurnose ' from organized bodiei
could be coiliectured. he leaped from the 1 quickly flies off. It is
prisoner's cnoXt. and. nutting aside all ob- nure while in the heaib
J-.J, - J - - o .
. ! t.hmT nnrl Maior Polk romin? un. the
In opening the manbne heaps ;when you tow was regularlv assailed ; the enemy
commence their transportation to the field, firing from every house.- In some instan-
to sprinkle a bush- ces we are told, it came to a hand-to-hand ces up to the last moment
it is an excellent plan
el or so of gypsum or
One of the most powe
all manures is a stfbstaace knovyn to che
mists as ammonia. T
got opposite' the first house in the edge of ly venture, excepting with diplomacy, to If I had ihe power to make Mr.
the town, a volley ot escopeta balls came resist it. ith her enormous debt, a de- ' and to command for hint mv
whistling from it. The doors were soon
opened, and the assailants killed. The
next house or curatel. it was the same
ficient revenue, Ireland on the point of
rebellion, and uneasy spirits enough in
England to fan the democraiic spirit to
an outbreak, she will doubtless acquiesce
quietly in what she im impotent to resist.
Such, indeed, was the tenor of the advi-
branches of ihe National J,?;;i
of the 2nat Whig policy of u!
most distinguished advocate, 1
f Kon rC ill 4- nrlll'tf I Vi i firit t'l'l I
years, and place him in that rt
which hi eminent services at. 1
country so justly entitle U:n. 1
be blind to the sigus of l!.p t;
whether he cau be elertrd. j A
(May ould be elected, thef i- '
i be almost insurmountable difficulty nority in b.nh branches f tl.c -
Mt heh you at- j Fifty prisoner, were brought into the city j n, marc Ajrg : a XZ' "Lfilu
WILLI Hi" illllltJ-MIILI UI I iJ t3 III i ' -' . .
ed his armskbout the neck of thej aston
ished magistrate ; and with convulsive
sobs, the inadequate wail ot imbecility1,
the tears alljtlle while pouring; down his
cheeks, ho proceeded by his rude but ex-
lained, much to the ad vantage of the poor
lands on which you scatter it
laster over them. bght. in a snort time the enemy were leading European powers rare just now
nl inoredipnts in driven irom meir positions, anu some oi sumcientiy employed with their own un-
them collecting in a tiodv outside the town, rulv possessions. Ihe only potentate who ,;e t,rohati!itv lo fear dial, ;
were pursued respectively by Lane and might have a stomach for the fight, and nQsi al,j fury 0f partisan z-k
Hays, and terribly cut up. who has ample means to urge it, is Nich- nomination would be the sij!n!
'The loss in killed, on the side of the olas of Russia. What will be his action every faction of an old and p.
pnemv. is set down at 100 at least. W e w e await with some interest. 1 here tion again.t mm, anu mai i
lost one man killed, and four wounded. ' would
Wis substance isex-
m when separated
py their decay, it
retained in the ma-
because--it is not
tho i'nipp'Pniniri exnosed to the air.
, uoj . o t i . , , - . ; . v, . .i .. r.,. ar
soace. bound li.llnnmm thn stens which ! temnt to cart it away and spread it oui yesieroay,amongsi wuuai v. a ,-iuu- -
I I - l- l-v ' I . I. ! 1 ! . ! - --aii ii- r1l II nv. tann nnd twb lieutenants. Col. Montano. tervening.
iru tu me uencn Where sat me presiums i f : . r .T ,
judge. He bad seen the part which the cape, unless you resort to some means for ; the rather ot the captain was kiiico, as
I iHtter had tAhln i., u .-:.,t iv' notid rPtainin it i Now it bits been found that ! was also Padre Martinez, the second and
..... w . .-.v t in ii in l iiiiu uun r 1 11 1 . !. .. . t T .
ii . ...ii: .- n f i .t k; einH hae n rrron t irtimirv nr imf in . nnsoin irienu.ui jaiauin. jmauia umi-
uia v.uimuiuiif' imiuence on ins inuuier, , nno o.-, to rr- j -r y , , . . . .. j i i . u
and conceivbdlhimto h the sole arbiterlall its forms, particuHrly for gypsum.-f i self, it is believed, was wounded, but he
of his fate, j In an instant, he had fasten ; Therefore,! by sprinkliWg, powdered gyri-
SUm Oil lue iJiaiiuicr, iiio diiiiiiwmtfc "uivm
ivrml.l nthprivisfi he hiss in the air. forms i
chemical union with it, and is thereby re. j washot. lhe wadding irom me pisioi
ftntagedf the poor 'ignited the straw, and soon it was in a
,.! ici .tlv condemned, it imi' t
victory, in reference at lent t
wise legislation. Certainly !. '
e5?eane.d with five or.six men. A Guerril
leTro was pursued by one of our men, and
took shelter in a forageiroom, where he
blaze. The' house was consumed, as was
Th n. nnli oflthfi interven
mm mm. w ' v - - -
ing kingdoms would risei in rebellion,
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and a uunureu mousanu nrmcu ,ru ; treaty with Mexico w hi h !
would-throw-thernselves as a barrier on rnfc.ate o( ifg n the S
the frontier of France. We look for no . ir te 0.1$e c( nPprei ei.t
general AVar in Europe, butve anticipate te mo$t ,ic,ientt and peiha; s
by the next sterrtner advices of the entire tiaam Looking, then, to .
success of the Reform party in France, j party and its principles, and .
and the spread of republicanism among! and,, I might add, the verj .
other nations, Lombardy, 'jBararia, Ger-j country nd its institutions i v
many, Belgium. t " 1 the name of Mr. Clay ouglt i
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