rUmi of thc Wntclimaii.
J Knu. if nJt: pfib in .dr.nce,Two dollar.
nnJ fifty c!ta I wiU be cuoftea. . j
i i-J' i J .1 fi Al for the first, and 25ct8.
,for each kobequer ins.-jrion.
. M. . l-hUhr!ihn thise t
Ition'to ih'U whi adverfi by the year.
&tt lo live Kdi.if ?e Postpaid. ,
rates. A liberal deduc-
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Orlcins Picayune, 23d alt.
EXTRACTS OF MEXICAN INTEL
LlcJEJvCEOiY THE STEAMER AVON.
Brigadier Gen, Cn Iwaladcr had resign
ed, lie iWcxpecii;d to arrive at Vera
Crux vi th the 'next train. He left the city
orftlcxicoonkhe 8li irist;
LIr Wist also left the city on the 8th,
With an escort. .
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The Mexican payers contain notices
.confirming'; thq rum& of a recent fight be
. tween the Americans and Mexicans in
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BRUNER & JAMES,
Editors 4 Proprietors.
" Kixr A CHECK CTON ILL yovr.
Do THIS, 1ND LlBKUTT IS SAFX.'
Gen' I. Harrison.
VOLUME V, NUMBER 2.
From the BaUuiiore Fun, I.
ARRIVAL OF TUC S'i
8 DATS LATEIt ritOJI
SALISBURY, N. C , THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1848.
lly thd niail wl
icial Register of Du:
It., contains the fol-
rah go, of hdicih
lowing nnnbunccmejit of the event which
we find translated ft the American Star : !
ch reached this capi
tal on the lib ult.Jivc learn that our bro-
of Chihuahua have
a Cruz de Rosales, by
on the advance from
interior, l'rivate letters
ails all agreeing upon
I ho' plaza of Chihua-
thcrs of itbc jStato
been routed ut San!
j "t)e Amerjcan forced
El Tasp to the jnte
' give a variety of (let
one nomt J viz t that!
i ' ' i i In 1 i III i it i
pua uavn g neen ue tared inderensiine at
K count il of; war, (lis Excellency Senor
, J)orv Angel Tfias, with his artillery and
disposable lorce deiefmined to evacuate
If and vjthiri i tweniy two leagues from
Chihuahua. At ihl- point on the? lGth, a
severe !tiiid bloody 4'g;gHn(nt took place
LiHvveen the. Mexican Si-American troops,
They would Have renewed the attempton
the ollowingmorning, had it not been for
the effect oifthe rarified atmosphere at
such a height as well as of the wind and
upon storm their eyes. Some of the par
ty were nearfy blinded, and their suffer
ings were extreme. Several of them were
obliged to descend from the mountain
blindfolded, ajnd have their horses led by
others. There was noserious accident that
occurred, thojbgh the riders were several
times in great danger from the difficulty
of ascendinglthe cliffs with their horses.
From te Star of the 11th instant.
I The Monitor ot yesterday, has a letter
j dated on the-Gth, (Thursday last,) which
states that Sixteen members only were
1 wanting to make a quorum. The writer
State will take place on the 30th of the
present month. A detachment of 800 men,
sent to San Luis de La Paez. by the Gov
ernor of Guanajuato, to assist in protect
ing the State against the Indians, has re
tired to Dolores Hidalgo without firing a
gun. Gen. Bustamente, to whom the peo
ple looked for assistance, has written that
he would come, but they have lost all hopes
ot getting ssuccor trom him. !
The -Monitor, of the 11th, says that the
Stateof Guanajuato followed the exam
ple of San Lais, and the Indians! are in a
state of revolution. j
The court martial tor the trial, of Lieu
tenant John Smith, 3d Battalion, Louisana
volunteers, commenced sitting rin the
13th1nstant at Vera Cruz. Wo find no
report of the proceedings. The court con
sists of Lt. Col. Ficsca, (Presd'tl) Capts
.i i .i ; I i,. , ! White, r eatherston, Besancon, Ferrv and
thinks the necssary number will soon be i XA7l ' , T . . . ' V '
The Chartist Demonstration C
landfAfairs in France II
Continent Reported arrival .
lippe in Xew YorlSiarc r.
4 j .
en late at night by the same Gen. Pillow "
just before the battle. i J ttXBtt Aw!ric w" ur
I rode up to him to congratulate him i TV T'-.V V 'y-
nn hi cftv nnr? th cn.noc. P tV, I "barf .t 4 o dock. I senJ jroa t!,e L
...u:u j . . .n il i P,ch.
in attendande. and that when Congress
once gets together, Ilerera will be chosen
President, s'w)ce a majority' of the legisla
ture have already expressed themselves
in his favor. At the preliminary meeting,
nn the 3rd instant, there were 5G mem-
Wheat, and Lieuts. Curtis an)J Young
(Judge Advocate.) The charges prefer
red against Lt. Smith are, desertion; en
ticing of soldiers to desert ; embezzlement
of public property ; conduct unbecoming1
an ofheer and a gentleman.
tVlrich lasted from 0
, Jng until Jsjuivst. T
too lean aitacH upoh
AT.. ( , t T T I
, ners pn-.u fe ; It is rumored lhat Gen.Cushin
have yet recorded. arious commun,- briRade is ordered lo Jalapa
: lions had neen received i mm me iumisrer ; Tnree companies of Col. McLbllan's re-
o'clock in the mom- ! m ' 1 11 url,ul1 V?'i giment ot Tennessee volunteers arrived
ie Americans under- ! lrom J'scpaiul l uebla had tieen paid i at Vera Cruz on the 1 4th. One hundred
make the Delta ; that it had met with a
success from the time it went into exis
tence, which no other paper ever had in
the Southern country, and it was mainly
indebted for itjo the energy, industry and
independence of its proprietors. It was
in the coarse ot a general conversation,
while I was talking to Gen. Pillow, that
Nineteenth Day, April 0 John H. Peo
ples, of the American Star, gave some de
tails of a conversation between himself
and Gen. Pillow, in reference to Mr. Peo
ple's previous notice of intention to pub
lish the Leonidas letter, with such com
ments as he thought it deserved. Gen.
Pillow said to him :
' You must recollect, as I said before
that I never forgot my friends nor forgive
my enemies. At that time the late Capt.
Smith, 3d Infantry, came in, and the con
versation stopped. After Captain bmilh
had left the room, I askedGen Pillow if he
would allow me to take that letter which
he had addressed, but not sent, to me, that
could shape a contradiction, as he author
ized, from. He reminded me again, when
I TOt no to leave the. rnnm. that, hn was
second in command, and it General Scott! eneSV, 1 lhil!i he always displayed as
Which ItUM tiirrittrl nnt a4 mall oe rtiil! ' " '
have wished from the prospects of the pre- , The'Cb"tit meif,nS
iuus uigui. i ne uenerai repuca, - l es,
sir, I had arranged all 1 my plan?, which
have been successfully carried out, and
Gen. Scott is perfectly satisfied with it
The subjoined quotation from th same
witness, Capt. H., only agrees with the
opinion entertained by every sensible and
candid mind in this country, respecting
the energy of the brave old General who
has done so much with so meagre means
in Mexico, and who has been so ungrate
fully rewarded for his services.
Q. Had the witness many official or
other interviews with Gen. Scott between
the 7lh and 12th of September, and what
was the impression received by witness
on those occasions, regarding said Scott's
energy compared with earlier occasions in
the campaign ? f
A. 1 have had frequent interviews
with Gen. Scott during the stated time,
and as the occasion required any great
were to go home or any thing were to
happen him, he then would take com
mand of the .army."
The substance of Lt. Tilton's testimony
suited in leaving theni masters of (he dVM
Senor Trias and a
'of officer, having
The ttUniUerof killj
) h supposekl to! have
the plaza, which re- i travelling and other expenses Irom two and thirteen men, of the New York vol- j is comprised in the following paragraph
H ... t;.... ..f I... i.AA l" uiMi;,imuui..u wuii..-i iw cnouit iiniw nn ppi-s nni pp ho nnmmani tit anta n
considerable, number ! reach Queretaro. One Deputy writes j Torryf arrived ;it yera Cmz Q 8U
... ! that he has been unable to get a seat in ! ;n tttM K,1Mlla xt w u.. e
the stage. ,1 he.news of the ratification I Jew York 1
of the treaty hac been received in Quere- Tne carer of the notorious ,jher Ja.
laro, ano it was ueueveu mai me moum-
wen laKen prisoners
1 is not known, but it
been great on both
'it is much 'to be Umented that the he
roic efforts of ilhe illustrious Governor of
Chihuahua should gai:i have been of no
avail. Fprttiiie, a.4bl'ten as she chooses
ItObe disdainful, mliv snatch from us the
; victory, bul slie car never take from our
country tlje lienor t sheltering within its
j bosom such children as Senor Trias. His
aav,i natj ; in nut xii uuuuiict.'U ity gooil
plexicansi I hey hive secured him titles
iof 'inestimable value, which have obtain
ed, for him thcj.gratj.ude of the public
jThe States ought to hasten to demand tf
jthe Supreme Ooverument that it obtain at
Umce, the liberty of o distinguished a citi-
. r L- i'i a ... -t i . i .
i2en from the American general in charge
i liustaniente wajj at. San Luis Potosi
with a clihsiderabtii force. No mention
yis made of. a revolution in that State, but
Jhe presencclof the ex-President there
wth a ))b(dy of trocj is was regarded with
Euspicioi;by the S r.
Pare'des 1ms Dilates reX Queretaro, of
the 1st itifct., has a; severe article in rela
; tion to Puredes. It says he ouuht to be
i regarded I as a de,vdrterf and treated ac-
cordingly- pursuedjand overtaken. It is
equally severe upoii those Deputies who
-fail to at(cnd. ;at (Jheretaro for thedis
charge pf their legjslative duties.
AnAMEACjCordfiig to El Progreso, at
. Querelaro. Adame,Governor of San Luis,
i recently Jmpeachedj by order ol the su
tprcmc authorities. ras sent a letter to the
. S4jpremo.;GovJjrnment demanding an ex-
, 'nUnaliori; Tie Minister of Foreign Ite
? lations replies that an lb? discharge of his
Jdujyo preserve public order and tran
j qutlity, h say the Necessity of issuing an
order to tho iomm indante of San Luis
to arrest Senor Ada ne, it being notorious
j that hnvftis implic.aed in the late revolu-
j tionary.; movetifenta in that State. He
adds that in conseqi ence of Congress not
being iri .session, to whom the subject be
i Jongs, no action has been had in the pre
t mises, bUt that itvas nuch as the press has
occupiedlitsclf upon the subject, the char
. ges of the Supreme Government will be
: immediately, publisl eil.
i putnic roads. 1 he lliligencies are regu
M larly. plundered. The ladrones seem to
cations would be accepted.
The Monitor publishes a list of the
members elect of Congress, who have
failed to attend for the discharge of their
duties. Thk number is as follows, viz :
Guanajuato. 5 Deputies and 2 Senators.
Mexico, G Deputies and 2 Senators. San
Luis, 2 Depqties. Vera Cruz, 3 Deputies.
Tolucai 1 Deputy. JaltseQ, 4 Deputies.
Zacatecas, 3 Deputies. Oajaca, 5 Depu
ties. Sonora. 2 Deputies. Tamaulipas
and'Colena, 2 Deputies. Making 37 in
all who hai'e not presented themselves.
This number, the reader will bear in mind,
is not necessary for a quorum,
Destatcii. The N. O. Pieayune, of
Monday. 3rd of April, was received at the
Star office, in Mexico, on Sunday morn
ing, the 9th at G o'clock. This is hard to
A number of families, driven from Yu
catan by th! Indians, had arrived at Vera
Cruz in a slate of miserable destitution.
Subscriptions were raised for their succor,
to which the) Americans were the princi
The Vera; Cruz True American, of the
15th, says that the United States propel
ler Massachusetts, Captain Wood, left on
the 14th forjNew Orleans, with one hun
dred and filly sick soldiers from the gen
' The French citizens of Vera Cruz gave
a banquet oh the evening of the 15th in
honor of the French Revolution.
The hospital at Vera Cruz is about be
ing removed to Jalapa, so learns the True
Since the publication of the armistice,
many families have returned to the City
of Mexico, ivhich gives the town a more
lively appearance. The Star of the 5th
that State. He I n''' 01
several omcers 01 ranK in ine lucxican
army ; alsofa full company of Mexican
cavalry full -- equipped with escopettes,
swords. &c. The Star expresses the hope
and belief that the presence offlthose troop
ers will not lead to a rupture of the ar
mistice. Qur own correspondent, howev
er, details a serious affair, 'which might
vell create) the suspicion that some of the
Mexican officers in the City are intent up
on breaking: the convention, and hinder,
rauta has at last been checked.; A letter
from Queretaro, dated April 2, states that
the Father was arrested at Huajutla, by
the Prefect Don Cristobal Andrade. The
arrest is officially announced in the Tarn
Capt. Connolly!, of the Louisiana Moun
ted Battalion, arrived at VeraiCruz. es
corting the mail at Puebla, on the 12lh
instant. Capt. C. met a great many goer
rilleios, but they made no opposition to
his march. He also met a Mexican train
of eight wagons, the conductors of which
reported that the gufcrrilleros had levied
a contribution of three hundred dollars on
"On or about the 22d September, I, to
gether with another officer, paid a visit of
ceremony to Gen. Pillow, Upon that oc
casion, the conversation turned upon the
battles preceded our entrance into the ci
ty. Maj, Gen. Pillow stated to us that
the battle of Molino del Rey was an un
fortunate affair ; he informed us that he
had lost 890 men,, which loss we, (mean
ing the general officers) sedulously con
cealed from the army, lest it might have
a dispiriting effect on the men, and that
Gen. Scott was stunned or parlyzed by
this loss ; aniF consequently, upon himself
as second in command, devolved the sub
sequent movements or words to that ef-
much or more energy, both of mind and
body, as 1 observed on lesser occasions.
Lieut. Reeman testified that Major
Rurns denied positively to him having
been the author of the Leonidas h'tter.
The Major, it will be recollected, claimed,
before the court, the authorship of said
lhe Cbartut meeting was attrr. ! ! !
wi held on Kcaningion Common. T.
K-nt 10 Parliament by Deputies, a:; J v.
the mass of th people.
Ireland still remained quiet, the C .
overawed the revolt for ihe ptfwut. A
being manufactured, howerer, anJ t! j
ing rifle ahooting.
Holland and Belgium were tranqt '..
Tujkey has acknowledged the Fit
The Arch Duke Stephen has tern C
Serious disturbances have taken j! .
It is reported that Louis rhi'.'.ipr, !
French, has come over as a pan,.-' r ,
Denmark has commenced war
llolstein. A fierce battle was fju.-'.t
and the Danes were victorious. The !
on both fides.
The Prussian troops were orJete,! t
port of llolstein, and should the Ki
taliation stop the passa'ge, his territory
An insuncc'.ion has broken cut in !!
A frighiiaj riot has taken place ct C
Madrid was quiet.
The Austrians have been everyw!.-:
The Polish Committee in 1050:1 1:
committees throughout Prussia, ca :
arm. They were sharpeninecj 1
of insurrection all over the country.
away the Prussian eoldiers and cut c '.
document. He also showed Lieutenant
R. Certain laudatory verses, in which 1 have also torn down the Prussian
Gen. Pillow's name was introduced in the ' treasury.
chorus, the whole written and adapted to Manufactures are duU. and prov
the beautiful air of Jim Crow.
Lieut. McConnell thus speaks in an- '
swer to a question when and where he
saw Gen. Pillow at the battle of Chapul- '
tapec. He states the time twenty min- j
utes after the place bad fallen, that Gen. ;
P. was carried into the works : ;
44 When I was near the building, I saw Gen.
Pillow borne alonj on the backs of soma fob
diers. I remember it was at this time lhat they
feet ; J do not recollect exactly the words ! xve,e "y'"S h;n alt" fuf PP'd mo-
COURT OF INQUIRY. 1
Our contemporaries published this mor
ning the proceedings of the Court of In
quiry at the city of Mexico, embracing
the proceedings of the 18th 19th and 20th
days. The details are two long for our
columns. We give a sonopsis, embracing
all the points of interest. Mobile Adver
The first witness called was Lt. Clarke.
I whose testimony was expected to impeach
the previous deposition of Major Burns,
who had sworn that he had never before
been a witness before a civil court. Lt.
C. was not allowed by the: court to testi
fy, because it could not find on the records
of the court that Major Burns liad so sta
ted. To this decision Gen. Scott entered
his protest. f S
Capt. Taylor's testimony was verv clear
ly, against the claim of Gen. Pillow, of
having planned the battle of Contrcras.
He says : "I asked him the night, previ
ous to the battle how things looked ? He
replied, badly. He said the position was
very strong, too strong to be attacked, and
used. I was also civen to understand at
the same time, by Gen. Pillow, that the
conception,-as well as the execution, of
the assault upon Chapultapec, originated
with himself. With the exception of some
personal compliments on ourselves and
the Voltigeur Regiment, that was, I be
lieve, the substance of the conversation."
Mr. Trist thus runs a tristful thrust at
General P.'s claims to the honors of the
victory of-the 20th of August. They had
been in Gen. Scott's room on the night of
the 19th, engaged in consultation respec
ting the contemplated battle of the mor
row. Mr. T. says :
44 The company dropped off until at a
very late hour of the night, when prepa
ration were made by General Scott to go
to bed, and he had a bed made in his room
also for General Pillow. Upon my leav
ing the room to go to my.own, Gen. Pillow
followed me and went with me to my room.
He then, in a very solemn tone, said to
me, 44 This is going to be a failure. I an
swered thatthings had certainly not looked
very bright at nightfall, but my own spir
its had been very much; raised by Capt.
Lee s arrival, and the information brought
with him.- Gen. PilTow did not notice
my remark, but in a tone and manner im
plying that I had interrupted him, went
on to say, that I call on you now to re
member and bear me witness hereafter.
The Repeal papers in Ireland ar :
John O'Connell has had an intent
Russell, in which he asked Urge ci
The intentions of the French L
warlike. Prparations in France r i
Berlin, Rome, Palermo and Mr . 1 .
Russia promises neutrality if net : .
The great meeting of the Cl.n.:.-
Con Maiiet. A little better f '
Flour has improved Is per quarter r.:
Indian Meal is quoted at 11 a 1 ;
Cotton is generally in pood Jerri:
week amount to 25.250 bales. New
at 3J a 5, and Mobile at 3 a 41.
The Freedom of the Pr.i:
is a great concession to the j
ry article heretofore publi '
first to be submitted to the :
tnent to look at him, and seeing thai he did not
appear to suffer much hurt, and remembering a
circumstance which happened some time pre
vious, I passed on, thinking he was but slightly
Rather a thrust that no doubt more severe
than the wound that put Pillow in the blanket.
The testimony of Lieut. Simpson goes mere,
ly to confirm lhat of Lieut. McConnell, as to
the time that elapsed after the fall o( Chapultc-
pec before the arrival of General Pillow, in a 1 the government, and impri
blanket, at the Castle. Here the Court ad- j sure to foow publicali
journed to the next day. ! ... .
All the developments of this Court are a rich j llberal Sentiments.' Th.c Lt:.
commentary upon the means taken to rob Gen- ! was particularly roused it
erate Scolt and Smith of the honors so nobly :
won by their foresight and skill and which a j
base conspiracy attempted to 6teal from them.
Rut the people of this country will yet put a
correct estimate upon the whole matter, and
we hope reward the actors therein, according
to their deserts. One thing appears evident,
and that is, that Gen. Scott will lose nothing
can newspapers, and lest
of a Republic should sprea 1
dominions, he proscribed :;'.!
from the United States ur.u
allies. They were not nlk
through any post offices m
that he was going to report that fact to ' that 1 have had nothing to do with it. At
that time, 1 looked upon these words as
the. dying charge of a man who expected
to be killed next day, and in a manner
corresponding to lhat expression, I irtade
him a promise, as well as I recollect, 44 1
Fnnf -IP i1iik- i
1 from Pachuca 011 th
of silvers-is from
11 fromHeal del
' f officers accompani
think thdt during th h armistice they can- u" ou vein 1011, aim nmue
6t be molested, wiilc committing their I f Posslble' ratification of the treaty.
depredations. If they fall into the hands
of Americans the) discover their error.
A conducta came in
' i lb, bringing 09 bars
Real del Monte and
hico. The following
d ihe train : Colonel
1 and Webbe, Lieuts.
. 1 Moore, ' Bad ford,; lirums, Simmons, and despatched t(
1 - HodgespV. (? M. IThe escort consisted ns lo (,e js.
" I of a cbmany of .tlfe'.'M Dragoons, and a c-metifipd kW
portion of- tho lth art illery.
PorodATArirj'L. A large party left the
city of Mexico on t)ie 3d insf., to Visit Po-
' pocatopetl, under .the escort, of Captain
The Monitor, of the 7th, announces, on
the authority of a letter from Queretaro,
dated the 2nd instant, that'as Padre Ja
rauta was; jpassing, incognito, through
Huejutla, jh company with Suarez. he
was arrested by the Prefect, Don Cristo
bal Andrade, and that information was
Gen. Scott, advisim? him to leavp. it. and
get in the rear of San Antonio.? Rather
a strange opinion for one who liad plann
ed the attack ! I
Capt. Grayson's testimony locates Gen.
Pillow at San" Augustine on the 20th of
August, at about seven o'clock,! A. M.
Lt. Beauregard testified thatiin a con
sultation of General and StafT Officers, at
Piedad, Gen. Scott expressed a decided
prefereance for attacking Chapultepec,
in preference to the. Garita of San Anto
nio, but that Gen. Pillow preferred an at
tack on the latter, although on the eve
ning before he had said to hirri that the
time for attacking the latter had passed.
The testimony of Mr. James! L. Frea-
will iiot forget.
further remarks in the same strain, giving
his views of what ought to be done."
Mr. Trist further testified, that at a mee
ting of many general officers, about the
11th of September, General Scott was in
favor of attacking Chapultapec, but that
Gen. Pillow was very reserved. Further
more, that about the same time, Gen. Pil
low expressed to him his decided opinion
that there should be no more active ope
rations until the army was reinforced.'
He also testifies that Gen. Scott was not
cast down nor irresolute alter the affair
of Molino'del Rey, as stated by General
Pillow, though he was much grieved at
1 uiiu iiiui ic, itmi viviu 1 wcuti win lUlw iiutiiiii" rrf t
by the investigation, and Gen. Pillow will gain j prownces. ine emperor 1. ::
i less. While certain centlemen that have tea- 1 to cede the freedom of the :
titled in the matter will acquire no fresh laurels i these restrictions will, dV;,
thereby. Truth is mighty and must prevail, j moved.
It was ihought that the Court of Inquiry i :
would soon adjourn to the United States, where ; EDITOR. OP TUP
are manv of those whose testimony ia cnnitid. rrt - '
f - i i n ri 1 1 n rm vna , i rt r ft ...
a statement to the public, di..
ticipation in the late attempt 1 ;
I Jl .t.. L t ...
uiiu ucciiires mai ue auroc.iics
lawful means to aecnmnlih l! r
view. Rut the Press shot li t
pursue such a course as to I" . !
sues and riotous result?. Tl. ;t
tion for an attack on his o!Ti:c.
guilty of a participation in tl.
negroes, the laws are sulTicu :
rights of ibe aggrieved, an J t;
State. In no case should wn :
scended. Where this is r.f :
duty of chizens to submit to
Uvi can be enacted, rather t l
greater evils that may ame f
lence. Weekly Commercial.
t i he Star says:
I TUg expediiiou reached the base of the
- i'mountatri on -Thursday nighty the fourth
I day out. 1 Thi distance about sixty-five
I mifes. jThey comttienced the ascent on
I Friday and rejachedj the summit of vege- j arts, to thejnumher of 25.000, are now in
1 tation at about six o'clock in the morning, j a state of revolution, and their number is
The nigbt before smarting on the ascent, still increasing. Several haciendas, or
, the pnrtyi encoiintefed a tremendous snow j plantations have been robbed of all the
Monti, uctotn)anie by hail, thunder and i cattle and liorses. Some of the planters
ner, 44 Mustang" of the Delta, is too rich
to the Government for orders ! inJ good to be passed over lightly. We
position to be made of the will therefore give the most racy morsel.
sanctified assassin. ! "James L. Freanor recalled- Ques-
! The coltimns of the Monitor arc filled tion by the Prosecution. Has the wit- j the loss of many personal friends.
I with accounts of robberies. i ness ever had any particular conversation says :
! The Staj of Guanajuato followed the j with Maj. Gen. Pillow, on the subject of t rccollect particularly, Martin Scott
; example of San Luis, and the Indians are ! the interest he. the said Pillow, took in the ; one 0f them. His mind, in other res
! in a state I bt" revolution. The Monitor newspaper, printed in New Orleans, call- ; nnnts was nreciselv what I have alwavs
says that thje revolution, which was com- ; ed the Delta, and respecting iwhat the i known it to be, in regard to all operations
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menced byiiibout 40 individuals, has now : saict ruiow wouia uo lor tne oenent 01
mustered tjpwards of 2.000 partizans. i that paper? If so, when, where, or in
The Monitor, of the 7ih, contains a let- i what particular connection was such con-
ter from San Luis, stating that the Indi-! versation, as far as memory may serve ?
CASSIUS M. CLAY. !
The calumniator of Henry Clay receives
very little quarter from the public press.
The Cincinnati Atlas closes a scathing
review of his malignant letter with the
following anecdote Rich. Whig.
We think Cassius is guilty of a sin of
omission, together with many of commis
sion, in his letter. If Mr. Clay absent at
He then began some J the Virginia Springs, was virtually guil
ty of the murder ol Cassius on his sick bed,
he ought, on the other hand, to be credit
ed for saving the life of Cassius at a still
greater distance. We cannot vouch for
the truth of the statement, but it has been
made to us on respectable authority, that
Cassius, when a prisoner among the Mex
icans, begged them to spare his life telling
ing he was a son, or relative of Tlenry
Clay, who was opposed to the war, but
who.if be were slain. would take vengeance
against Mexico ! Now, if this be true,
we think Cassius does not deal fairly to
complain of Mr. Clay for leaving him to
be murdered in his sick bed. The one
at least ou"ht to balance the other.
tut? t nrnmm r
MAM J W V. . V .
Shortly after the late mi - :
coism at Raltegh, we hap;
hear one of the brethren" ,
the name of their CandL! '
declare," said he, "I'dcr;":
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111 III'. , UUV IJ t 1 I l 4111 .
mail an rAunuiuuiai j t
man to whin Manlv ! ;
I -r -
dard. or Guhck, will cnli
Delta, remarking at the same time to Gen.
Pierce, that 44 this is one of our friends
lightning. 1 It was difficult to find wood. 1 have beeri murdered. The. letter alsn
and, hut lew tires cobld be had. The storm ! states that? the capital, San Luis, is the.
continued to rage, itoppins at ab6ut 1 o'- ! onlv part of the Slate where one can re-
cl'ock, InlconSiequeftce. of the severity of main withisecurity. The session of the 1 and said, I don't recollect whether it was
ine com and $cverat ot the party becom-! Legislature ot that Mate adjourned on ; immediately alter or in tne course 01 mat
ing nearly exjiausieu. At about this time ; the 31st ult., and deprived, ly a decree, j conversation, that he intenuea to uo some-
they suppqsed themselves within about a Don Adairie, Governor, and Don Avila, thing for that paper ; that he intended to
Lieut. Governor, of their respective offices.
Don Juliario Reyes, their present Govern
or, received extraordinary powers, to last
until the meeting of the next Legislature. !
of the army, busy all day in receiving re
ports, and comparing views perfectly clear
and collected. If there was any differ
ence between his condition then and on
" A. -lt was on or about the 2.1 ot Au- j former occasions, he was more animated.'
gust last, at Mixcoac, and I think in the ; , . . . .i A
Afternoon, while in conversationKvith Gen. TeJ 1 8.-The test.mo
Pillow, Gen. Pierce entered the room ; n Mr Fnst continued t went pnn
Gen. Pillow introduced me to Gen. Pierce, : c'Pa.U' to exculpate General Scott from
as bein- connected with the New Orleans ! ll!e' !PulalJ?n cast UP" h,m Gener;
ai rinow, oi naving maoe an experiment
in the affair of Molino del Rey. Mr. T.,
it would seem, was not;altogether cool in
his manner, as the President of the Court
requested that he would give his evidence
ocracy" down this way r.s
. ness of their Candidate, u.
An immense meeting assembled on Mon- make frequent mention of
day afternoon, in Independence Square, ' I'ortJi
Philadelphia, for the purpose of express-! :
ing sympathy with Republican France.
At the appointed hour the meeting was
called to order by Renjamin W. Richards,
formerly Mayor of the city of Philadel
phia, and on his motion Mayor ReUterling,
of the Northern Liberties, was called to
the Chair, in the absence of Mayor Swift
the Chairman of the day, who was sick.
Three rotrums were erected, and ad
dresses, in English, French, and German,
were delivered by several distinguished
gentlemen. The Marseilles Hymn and
Hail Columbia were sung by a powerful
choir, and three cheers were given for
"France, and Freedom throughout the
T a r i
thousand, leetj of llib crater of the moun
1 tain. Oivinir to ttid denth of the snnvv
I,. " ri J
and ttlR UnX'eritxr ftCllUa mtnwm ttiau war.
obligetl.tb desist frdm ariy further efforts
to ascend to
he sqmmU on lhat day.
It is stated in the New York 44 Express " that
The Secretary of the Ti
sued proposals for a new !.
millions of dollars one r.'
fruits of the Mexican w
will be received until S i4:
of June, on which day, .v.
bids will be opened at Tn
The following is the t
way the John-Dnnkry has tf .'.
nowned Gen. Pillw
! COME REST OS Till;
i The Pillow case has been ;
en out, and all its content I
with less of a spirit and tone of hatred, &c.
make it. or words to that effect : I can't,; The suhioined extract from the testi
use the Drecise laneuaee : I think the ! monv of Captain Huger, on the evening mora than three thousand men are now ennair- Nothing can bolster up tl
words were to that effect, my impression ! of the 20th, after the battle, it would be j ed upon the enlargement of the Erie Canal, 'tbor, eren should he he p!.v-r !
is. those were the words used. II replied 'Well to compare with the one quoted a- j and considerable portions of the enlargement j of military afi.iirs, protect ed J
The election for a new Governor of thd to Gen. Pillow, that no one person could I bove from the testimony of Mr. Trist, giv-1 are to be brought into use this season. the admmi,traiion.yoA.y
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