1 1 Ixornii oLtho i Wntclnaaii. i
J I 'U.y vir. Two Dollars payabl
FAtillc4. 1 Baiif not paid in advance,. Two dollan
i.A.i rift ctsJ will be charged.
i ' .... ...i Q1 f.trttie firM.&nd 25 cts.
Aif fich BWqient p9Tllon. oun uruc.s cimrgru
21 befr ct. hiclief than tnese rmr. .n. nociui ucuuc-
. ?. . ' . i. . .1 tu flip vpnr
1100 tO IIWBC WHU Un v
jrrrr.K's to the liUitors musi ir yuaum.
'Jl -1'. :
AWp YORK; STATE COLONIZATION
'V ; .V v SOCIETY.
TM Society Jia-s recency held an Anniver
aryiiMeting in the; city of New York, at which
aaulntercsting Jacts relating to the Republic
it Li ie rial and jlhe operations of its patrons in
hit country, weife brought to light. Two hun.
!rcdUrtd "cighty.fiv'e emigrants, and (our hun
rredfainlj forty. ihreo1 emancipated slaves have
-oncftOTjibcria! withlrf the year. The fiicnds
t universal annexation will rejoice to learn
-that jhja first republic of the Negro race which
UcwIcPhas txtt seen, is seeking to be an-
i.exed 'fo lhe U(iited States. 1 his project is
V V j 1 J JLL y-tLJLJLY 1L1 AL
' f , ' I .
1 N 0
BRUNEK & JAMES,
Editors 4' Proprietors, m
" Keep a check ttpon all yock
i K CLECS.
Do Tins, and Liberty is safe."
VOLUME V; NUMBER 5.
SALISBURY, N 0., THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1848
i.exffl ,p he U(iite'l Mates. 1 (us project is
. fitorrti by the Ni Y. Society, which proposes
; ! raje-850.000 this year toNbe expended in
M endinff free blacks to Li1eia7J W cotild wish
From the Baltimole Sun.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER
Seven j Days Later from Europe.
Republicanism in France Triumph of
Jj(imaHine--Advance in the price of
CotloriX Decline in Breadstuff's.
We received last evening, from our
New Yq?k correspondent, the following
telegraphic despatch of a portion of the
news bjj jthe steamer Caledonia, wiiich
arrived Boston yesterday morning.
s, provided the industry, settlements, and ; . - , . . . .... .
dilutions1 of these American emigrants ork' hofever, broke in the middle of
our despa.tch, preventing us lrom receiv
ing our usually copipus telegraphic de
tails : : I
j New York, May 21 G P. M.
The steamer Caledonia arrived at Bos
po)l on itpe. Gth inst., and consequently
brings syen days later intelligence.
Indeed, so clearly and prominently lias I have been surprised! to learn that a man
the expression of popular feeling been
manifested, that some fears are entertain
ed of the minority resorting to ulterior
measures in order to render the past pro
ceeding of the Provisional Government
at;viry jStatein tbo Union would contribute
like sunt till t free persons of color in the
Union j&hould bd well sellleiWn the new African
"public. ! The; tradd of that nation with the
j-iterWof the Continent, and with the United
iatqs.iwiil soon grow lc' a birgo and lucrative
, wee !iii
' f iset Willi l.air anu jusi encouragemeni ai our
1 anoVlftl'he fact that so many human heiogs
I, rrv :iniesern lAfiiea, without aits, sciences,
c:? -civilization, and witb very little labor, proves
i inclusively, that with all these benefits super
r Jdd to the natyral auSantages of the country,
the people cf Africa rnight export and import a
Urgi amount of jhe products of human skill and
iidutry. i Cive them intellectual and moral
ducat ibi) a t a fit e of, and relish for a higher
land 4 id of physical coinfrt- something to la-
"ior for nd the cannibals of Africa will im
rove as fast as jthose; of the Sandwick Islands,
V ak did the ancient Hritaius, who lived in
jollow 'trees, frj on acorns and were clothed
ritb.the skins of . wild beasts. In New.York,
'Jagiachuselts.aud other Northern States, there
are! thousands qf educated Negroes, souie of
wbotn are. frkillfl ruechauics and ftrmejis, who
will make excellent citizens and teachers in
Liberia. ; A boundless field for enterprise, use
fjlne,and nobje distinction is opened to these
ia tbo hew Republic ; and we are happy to see
' ' i. ' i - v
CO many OlspOeCU lO iinprovc ujb or)uriuiMiy.
Here the Boston tel
egraph got out of order, and nothing fur
ther could be obtained. ;
as Rubio's immense wealth, and with the
stake hb has in the country, was opposed
to peace, as he must know that the na
tionality of the country is lost if the trea
ty now at Queretaro is not ratified. But
he is the owner of some of the largest
cotton factories in Mexico, and may de
sire the extension of the American Gov
ernment over the whole country to give
rr EUROPEAN IN H :
The fullowin U the .. .
Rush, the Minister of tl t
is, ia presenting to the Pr '. '
from that of the country v. .
letters of recognition cf t!. '
Gentlemen I. have tl - '.
to you a letter from the Pi ,
Siatef, .which confers on v.,
voy extraordinary and v.i'
of that Republic to the Itr ;
In presenting this letter if h
to yo'uat the same time, M
which the President fec! f -
France,. and I am direct:
From the Xew Orleans ricayune, llxtra, Stay IB.
Important from Mexico.
A Quorum of the Mex ican Cotigrcss'al last as
sembled at Queretaro Conflicting Opinions
vpon the Peace Question.
By the arrival of the schooner Ma
this morning, we have received Vera
Between twenty and thirty desertions took . Jenl desire to cuIl,rat(v v. ;
place from the army here on Saturday n.ght. ality, between the two rerv :
ou will recollect that ;your correspondent at j y relations, Lich will tcr.
Queretaro some time since stated that a plan Inost prccious rccirrocal i.
had been organized there to eflect a desertion charged to declare that t!. I
of several hundreds , from the army in and about ol roy conduct in reco M.lz;
this city, and that the parties who were to effect ! pubiic xvhen ils exi.Menc".: w
it were soon to leave. It has been discovered .vn,u : pAi1Pn,v i,r ii , t
: that the head q'arters of the schemers are at menU U waa lhen h;'po d
. Guadaloupe. They g.ve each man that deserts j at present this is the third r;
as hih as a hundred dollars. Measures have ' n,.,:it,,. i ,
that security to industry which experience . been taken to trap the gentlemen. Several j agitated, and France -
has proved never will exist under the Mex- ' faithful men have been allowed to go to them trials and difficulties tl ' I
ican Government. He is a large com- J as deserters, and these men are communicating menlhas succeeded in i: ji!
mercial speculator besidesand, like ma- j information of their movements. D. S. blessings of tranquillity at !
ny others of that class, may be opposed to ' ' abroad." History w ili t..'tl
peace at the present time lest the goods e ana important jrom lucatanUonclu. Inense work. IamdouM.v !
rdered from abroad may ar- slun UJ " mwyvj i tacc. , on ,bis occasion mvf li.I
they have ordered lrom abroad may
rive after the treat) lias been ratified and i
when the Mexican tariff will have come ;
Cruz dates to the 7lh inst., the day of her gested to me as one reason for his opposi
departure, and our correspondence from
the city of Mexico to the 2d,
Shortly after; the arrival of the May
By the arrival last evening of the Yucatan now do so with the asjer.t
schooner Aparecida, Capt. Espinola, we are in , and of my country. .
possession ot late and highly interesting intelli- i 44 1 may now again be j
gence from Yucatan, which will afford much my ardent wishes that ul.t r.
pleasure to those who have been lamenting ihe : have passed from your Inn.!-,
dent of tins city, who knows him well. , Anarecida lefl Camneachv on the 2J Inst.. and I Assemble that nrrM l,n lv ,
bear of the character and : c:c?.i ' .. n.i, .i iirillfTa Ila rrnn. w. 1 iv it,- -Iti.!:v,m0r,i ,r
. - .afau "'"""q"' Mv. lawns aw- . j b VSIMUIIfUIIK Ul lii :
into operation acain. This has beensug
tionto peace by an old and intelligent resi
dent of this (
From what 1
i c I ; i. ,1 : a. . l i lit r tit t
uiurniug, aim a portion ot me , u was uruueu aooui mat an nopes oi power or lvunio l attacn great imponance rija oi tiie 29lh uju ''h report3 contained in : France the crcatcsl rro.--
received when the line was in- a neace were at an eud. I he shortness to the nosition betakes in regard to the ii
U4 and nothing further could be of the time allowed us to prepare a slip ! treaty. The monitor Republicano, pub- ; our reporter bv Cantain Kniuola. are some- i r t '. . i
ening. She sailed ft om Liver-; before the mail closes, does ;not admit of ; lished in this city, a strong advocate of what at variance, and we are a little at a loss mt. . !
we have received by this arrival. "Wjp ' I have referred as a hoax, at the same tac- the 23th April, publishes a treaty of peace con.
gELL(NU UKY GOODS.
er (x, omuns Ji,uronean l imes. puDiisn iwo letters irom our special cor- nv con esses mat tne government nas liiu .-ij-m, m Kmaiai, u , ,
. . . .... " r -1 . - . . . I I ' C- t I 1 OI O
a i i j ii a.w a- B'aa a . i r - . - aii . rri m r- r- r w- r j n r-v ff-vi at ji i . r "fc m. v i 1 r 1
wie ionowing account ol tne conai- responuenr, wnien no not present matters ; reason -to beware ot its enemies, imicio- ai,i,"iu,iu yj . rr.in
the markets : ' in so gloomy a light though they con- ! sed you will find the article of the Moni- i !'varbachano, Governor ot 1 ucatan, and com- j
. m , . . i . . . . miicinnnri rinnninlnn liv II l:irinln I : I rum. .
, May 5. 1 here has been a tain much to Keep alive apprehension. i tor on the sumect. I -ii , UMi..
U : - . . .. . . . . i " . I mnni r.iii.r)iii fit hn ritnlifrl Inrlian finrt
improvement in cotton since the The kudora is reported below with la- ) 1 here are numerous rumors afloat here . , , , ., ., , r -i .'fruitful
0 B t
'r People generally, think that it is a very easy
matter .to stand jehind a counter and retail Ury
CwmJs I lnit' a vj-eek' experience in the busi
ness would convince the cleverest man that it
is much more djflicult and laborious than the
tik of iurning ag! tndtone 12 hours per diem.
j j The.ofijce of salesmen ombodie, in its duties,
j riecessijy fr thje shrewdness of a politician,
t. i i..tVe pertuasion of a lover, the politeness of a
i..f Vrheitetheld, the: patience ot a Jotj, ann tne im
L I i nudencd of aTfrckrnfcket. There are sales-
I ' J i mjkmm M . la Inatr A it aai ix i lt nOITtf i f IICII fl ll 2
lHrU, W l(t' I'Vlli IIVV-I H SVfC. 14.
I I a a mm
tamer, yne ot(f tuo gentlemen, who u in a
' More iri .Chatham! street, not long since was
II ! called to show a very fastidious and fashionable
iadyj wrjo dropped in whilo going to Stewart's,'
f ' Koaie rilb silk cloaking. Kvcry article of this
h ,kiid-ws exposed to her view the whole store
'Was' ransacked -nothing suited. The costly
was'siimatised as trash every thing was com
'mort and not fit for a ladj. She 'guessed she
, would o to Stf wait's.' The salesman pre.
tended to bo indignant.'
S i Madam, ' saic he, in a tone of injured inno
cf ttc, 1 have a very beautiful and rare piece
I cf good i -a case- of which I divided with Mr.
' r?teWarK who is my brother-in-law, but it would
i r '' . .. r i.'.i i
it gseicss to suow it 10 you. 11 is me oniy
jWce left in this city.'
;40h!( allow trio -to see it,' she asked in an
r Pilous tine, and continued, 'I had no intention
' i it apnoyiiig youf or of disparaging the merits
f '.'tl yfur .wares.' ; I
I'lHiti salesminj, who was now watched in
j Lre4lhlss silence. by his fellow-clerks, proceed
cd, lis if with much reluctance, and with ex
,i previous of fear' that it would be injured by
it '..4 . 1 1 i i
gelljng Jumbled, to display an ancient piece oi
Vesting,' which hjad, been lying in some store
ftvejypars, and was considered to be unsaleable,
'ihet lady'exainiued and liked it much. That
was! piece of goods worthy to be worn. How
much was it a yard ? -i
' Twenty. two shillings.'
' 4 Oh I that is Very high.'
Vlhe're,, excliimed he,
last weekV. principally low and middling
qualiliej being in request, caused by an
increased jtlemand ior manufacturers and
The sates for the week comprise 39,200
bales, atjtlie following rates : Upland or
dinary 3gd to 3.1; middling 3fd ; mid
dling fair d ; good 5d. New Orleans
ordinary) pL to 3jd ; middling 3j to 4d ;
middling fair 4J d ; fair 4jd ; good fair
5d ; good 5 to Gd ; choice marks Gl to
7d. j -
Mobile I ordinary 3i to 3kl : middlinsr
) , ar 44 "T
4d ; midtljing fair 4jd ;' fair 4f d ; good
4jd. &id Island, ordinary to middling 7k
to 9d ; fYir to good 10 to lid ; good to
fine 14 to 17d ; stands 4 to 7d.
The imports of cotton for the week
were 13sjlG bales. The stock in port
318,090 bales; against 530.900 last year.
Prices well sustainel at an advance of d.
B r e.vdtuffs. Best Canal flour, 2Gs Gd
to 29s.! ()d. Richmond and Alexandria,
2G to 27 h.; Philadelphia and Baltimore,
20 to 27s. Orleans and Ohio, 25s Gd to
2Gs Gd. I j
Wheat, Imixed, 7s 2d to 8a 4d per 70
lbs ; red Gs 5d to 7s Gd. Corn 2Gs to 28s J
per quarter. Meal lis Gd to lis per bbl.
Rye 3s to )3s 8d per GO lbs.
All thfj Ubove quotations are with the
ter advices. If .she arrives in season for in relation to money and munitions com
a postscript we shall add a word to this
fT Ant VttS Y 1 POAil v A t v
mem. to receive lrom n r
fficial recognition of t!.
was the first to ret
f the American lit ;
and still contested, I .
influence cf the d :
was destined in half a i ecu;
Special Correspondence of the Picayune.
City of Mexico, April 30, 1818.
The inclosed letter of your correspon
dent at Queretaro should have been in
my hands last night, but some irregulari
ty in the post office here prevented my re
ceiving it until this morning.
You .will see your correspondent an
. . e . . .
ain Espinola reports, however, that on i proportions oi iieany a v.
a a a a t S 11 IT I rail II llil" 11151 fl.)
ri.iv lip Ifft niiv vn rrrpivri In lhi . J -
that both arms and ammunition are being .cfrect luat pat,"'yith his forces, were within 6
received through Acapulco lrom outh ' leagues of Merida, fiom which he judged that
... .... .. ,o jr
ing into the country to prosecute the war. , c'apt:
I have very good authority for stating IC j..
nounces the important fact that a quorum '. sn Patricio company.
America in considerable quantities.
Queretaro, April 27, 1848.
American deserters are continually arriving
heie ; during the last three days twenty soldiers
presented themselves to the Mexican Govern.
, ment, and were immediately incorporated in the
is at Queretaro at last, and that Congress
only awaits the arrival of the American
commissioners to commence its delibera
tions. Why they should wait for the ar
rival of the commissioners to commence
their sittings is moee than I khow. Their
first duty, as required by the constitution, i
is to elect a President, and this before en
tering into a consideration of the treaty.
The commissioners are waiting to hear of
ficially that Congress is prepared to sit
before they leave for Queretaro. As soon
as that fact is announced to them by the
Mexican Goverment they wil start. They
expect to receive a communication by the
mail which arrives from Queretaro on the
2d of next month. ,
Last nijiht the city was thrown into a
Under the influence of fine weather the I tion ot a letter purportin
r tf . .. .. . -i a 1 l.-l'.L,J
ponding depression in London on Monday ment at Queretaro. A respectable gentle
last, which has not yet been retrieved. j man has received by extraordinary ex-
. . ' t ! i i . ... . i' i 1 i. ...l l.
At Liiverpool, on the 4th inst., the corn ! press irom ywereuuo a leuer wuicu a-
The garrison of Queretaro is composed of
820 men of till arms. Kijiht hundred men have
deserted, with arms and baggage, from the ar
my of reserve, 2,500 strong, which the Govern
ment had sent against thb insurgents at Sierra
A wager of 810,000 has been made for and
against peace ; several Deputies are concern
ed in the bet, and it is said Mr. Rubio, the
principal better has staked $3000 against the
The number of Deputies is completed. The
arrival of the American Commissioners is look
ed for in order to open the Congress. The
Consuls of the foreign pdwers are all here.
Anxiety is at its highest pitch, and the delibe-
i rations of Congress are longed for as is the
i coming of the Messiah.
tranquility had not been restored, but that hos
tilities had again been renewed. It is quite
probable that Rat's forces were remaining in
the vicinity of Merida until the terms of the
treaty were complied with, and in accordance
with "the 9:h article, which provides that as
Soon as the ratification ol the treaty is comple.
frt1 ilia ikaliifrirrtif C r r a j cVitll 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 t r I irn
ivu uiv in iii.tui iviwva oiiuii uiuiuaiii ivntwi
to their homes, leaving merely such forces as 3 . . . . .
. , , 'J i . I i- i , us the assurance thatiibeir ;
are necessary to keep order and establish Iran- ... . ,. . , r
.... , , J '. .. i -ii i r ranco will bo accomn isbr :,
quihtv and harmony in the several villages. ,. n . i
, J. r , . public will issue strong and -
Captain L. also reports that about twenty-eight !' , . , . .-n .
i r a ct . rr.uJI , ' "Ie hands, to pass still tro:i-
vessels from dillerent nations were oil the coast, i . . , rr . , ;,
r , , f. to the hands of the whole in! .
removing the inhabitants of l ucatan to Cam-; . . . k, A .
v. We strongly incline to the belief that - , r . . 'I lr , .
belonged to the American ll
first to recognize the new 1Y
so to affix its signature to the t
of French democracy in P. :r
tnre will bring good fortune i
...... i . i-
, ioiwnnsianuing tne agr.a;r :
ments inseparable froni " sue!
; downfall of the government
! institutions of quite a ditlere:.:
so great a displacement t f i:.
are hence forward ripe for t!
1 U t n n t n ,.1 . ,,1 .1 fl U .r. .rl 'i iT n ! t 3 r .-. tkfl in
J . Wli.it .a liliv.nra U'AQ ri I
surjrents seem to have had every thing that they , . 3 r .
, ? , .1.1 .1 of the superibr men of tbo n
desired "ranted them by the commissioners. ; . . . . , , . .
to J into the ideas and habits 1 !.
"""" : without exception.' Tie Re;
The Editor of a Southern paper thus amus- i wish for is that which I you
ingly hits off Brigadier General Pillow, the a progressive .republic, 1 .
man that made Mr. Polk, as he declares, Pre- the ideas of property, rnanuf.u '
sident. ! probity, liberty, and the m t
He was dressed in a full suit of regimentals,' feelings of the citizens, ll i
with the brass buttons and "ilt'lacc Dertaininir which the first crv was a crv i
fraternity which shattered
to a 'lull brigadier, and wore his three corner- fraternity wuicu shattered t i
It has transpired from the meeting held by 1 ed cocked hat afier the most approved style of of vengeance and political i
state of great excitement by the circula- j the officers of the artillery that they have made militia musters. He was accompanied by his proclaimed peace and wine
i r . .1 .1 . i. r : .i . . . . . ' . .
the influence of fine weather the I Hon ol a letter purporting; to be Irom ; a uemanu on me uoeriiiem io receive mcir aid ; two servants, and nad along the requisite : inscrioing on us banner the i .;
j 'com market declined from the ' Queretaro, ot which the following is a,! Pay in the same manner :that the members of number of prancing coursers, either for a charge ' propriation and proscription, 1. 1-
Iast week with a ceneral inac translation: i Congress receive it, and that they have made or a retreat. The General gratified the citi- the atiolitiou of the pain of dca:
trade There was also a corres- Popular Revolution asrainst the Govern- f n a"essraenl ,0, furnish supplies to Landero, ZPns of New Orleans iwilh his horsemanship, ternity of nations. These pi
ii - V , 4 ..4 i.i ,i I but the nature of these supplies is not known, freouentlv durini? his stav. Every morninir. his as we hope they will be. by t1
inscribing on its baaner the
market closed sluggishly. The chief al
teration was in corn meal, and the de
mand wasjextremely dull. Business yes
terday Was regarded as decidedly unfa
vorable tplholders. j
ro visiphs. Beef, d u ty f ree, prime mess
mong other things sajs :
"Queretaro, April 27 1818,
ll o'clock at night.
" Dear Friend The people have bc-
f come weary iVifh suffering the oppression
and sport of pefiy tyrants. 1 his at least
80s to 92 pd per tierce, prime, 30s to 3Gs. fVw nco Ji.uiu iUvU . n,i Kv
lrirne mss 1 orU, tree ot duty, nev, 2as he omnipi,ent exercise of its will, discar-: tion with his companions, Corsazar, Almonte
but the nature of these supplies is not known.
The following is the article alluded to by our
There is an end to Peace.
The Government of Pen a y Pena has finish
ed in a tragical manner.' Ever since yester
day morning this news, was rumored, those who
circulated it referring to an express arrived the
nijiht before last from Queretaro, and to respec
table houses of the city of Mexico.
Gen. Bustamente, in a well formed combina-
! l p, f4-UeAv you would my that.'
I ,,. 4 Stat ii stay 1 don't bo it
beginning to fold it
if i( stay 1 don't bo in 60 great a hurry !'
ibe'erid 4 I'll give you twenty shillings.'
, 4 Madam, you Insult me again.'
fsif inn m x fl ' fnrL o r t f inn TY 1 L- A
to 7US per parrel ; oiu, 44s to bus ; mess,
14s to G0$ prime, 35s to 45s. Bacon, du
ty free, old dried, 15s to 30s; cut, long
and shortj middles, free'of bone, salted and
ribbed, Eastern, 50s to 54s ; Western, 37s
to 52s 3dj; smoked canvassed Hams, 20s
to 50s per cwt., duty paid, not smoked,
25s to 43$4 duty free.
Lard.-j-pine leaf 42s to 45s per; cwt. ;
do in kegsJ39s to 42s; in bbls.. ordinary
up tne deduction on some velvet which I require J to middling, 3Gs to 38s.
for jrimmhigs,' almoit entreated the fair shop-j Rice. -Carolina dressed, first quality
rrJi ''"'.: (duty Is) ll7s to 18s Gd ; 2d quality 15 to
Pho 'sdlesman, after much persuasion, sold
ihe ladv the vestiii!. (or which thev had in vain
i, - - , f . . j ' ' - J . -
tV. .rvmilit fk vst n tAf s. Ii 1 1 1 ft fi iutr voni Iho nrinn ! - i i m i - i . n
., v. ...v r..v. , s 1(J lo ou -i auow, duty paid, io
ts vesting i ami" velvet amounted to $33! out of
hlth the'cleiks were permitted to pay for a
upper f oysters. The best of this brief tale
t l)ry Goods is yet to be told. The lady had
l.erjrloak made, and ono or two of her friends,
I'ilifilited'with it, bought the rest of the velvet
at the sjimo priceY
I There is a moral in jhis anecdote, which we
leave t be discovered by the ingenuity of all
t ir lady readers, who occasionally go a shop-
ilog; . : ' !
dine: what is called the General Govern
ment of the nation, established at Quere- i
taro, it has prostrated to the. earth its
treacherous oppressors. At 9 o'clock on '
the night of this day, without any resis
tance, it proclaimed the only, plan which
in the present circumstances can save the
country, viz : War, and irar withou truce
or quarter, until an honorable peace is con
quered ' Such is the programme of this
happy revolution, at the hefjd of which
are the distinguished Gens. Almonte, Bus
tamente and Paredes,' to whoso voice all
Ilosin, free of duty, amber and yellow,
Tallow, duty paid, 5Gs
to TJOs percwt. 1 allow, duty free, 4Gs to
50s per cwt. '
i uqiciijii.c, uuSu, i ei j u The tocsi rl bf liberty has sounded at
ty paid; pitch, free, 2sGd to 3d; tm. free, ; wake , The invincible hand of Providence
points out to you the road bySVhich eve
ry nation on the globe will occupy its true
and Paredes, prepared a resolution with such
secrecy and success that the blow was success
fully struck. Pena y Peha, Rosa, Auaya, Ose.
ro, Pedraza, and many other Deputies and Se
nators, have been obliged to fly and seek a hi
Almonte, in conformity with his wishes, "fills
the Presidency. The other three generals are
at the head of 8000 men, and the head of the
new army is Bustamente.: The new adminis
tration count upon three millions of dollars,
which have been furnished by sundry rich Mex.
ican and foreign merchants, who have also
bound themselves to pay every month one mil
who are Mexicans, rather than partizans, : lion and a half of dollars during the duration of
' The express being on the point of leav
ing, I renew to you the assurances of my
lis to 12s
Dew rofted hemp, 23s to 25s per ton ;
hackled, 2Gs to 29s.
5,eV' 7f lof : r , , . , , ! place. Mexicans ! fulfil your destiny V
Airgmia leaf tobacco, faded, bonded, ; r Tlio ,o e. pt. rrt, tn ,i 0 i.
2jd to 2jtl ; ordinary, sound, 3.d ; mid- j cati j am ino.mcJ( by 0)d rt.sidents
dl.ng 4d ; good 4 to 5d ; fine 5j( ; Stem- ; hpre hat he circulation of stories in
1' I ,
The bnlyjnolice of Louis Philippe, which we
f id bi toe English papers, is the following, from
i London Timfs :
.NVe believe that the reports of the Comte de
I futlty's (Louis' Philippe') investments here
"i re fnjirely fictitious, j He lives at Claremoni
I t, a state of almost penury, denying Iiimselt
t 'etj fhoie iimall luxuries which had become
J-'.Tt'ost hkce'ssaries from long use to a man of
J 1 jinie i of life ; even with the mo sit rigid cconi(
t -ny, riowcver, u m said, that his income is still
i isufficient tor u maintenance, and that in a
ear orllwo if his-survives so long, ho will be
f onijdetifiy dcslitnte. ; It Cun, however, scajice.
jT b.lhf intention of the French government
1 sequotrate thcipiivate property not only of
iie ,ex.King, but of his whole family. The
wrs of his son's .wives are said to be almost
ntrrely invested (either it) French funds, or in
ind in France, and whatever claim th nation
1 jajf'j have upon tbe royal estates, it can by.no
rocess that we aro awaro of be extended to
rjf thus acquired.
med, sou nil, 3d to Gd. K entucky leaf,
2d to Id ( stemmed 3d to 5d ; manufac
tured Id to 9d. '
LondonUloney Market Iay 5th. The
funds opeiied with the appearance of
much firrrfhess, but owing to an apprehen
sion of French interference against Aus
tria, closed at per cent, decline Con
sols closin; at 83 j
Messrs. IJLpys, Mason 6b Co., flax spin
ners, and jMex. Hndder & Sons, woollen
spinners, Have failed. Their mills are at
the war. The Government also counts upon
80,000 muskets, w hich have fur some time been
collected with zeal and secrecy.
Finally, a commission preceded by an extra- I
ordinary courier has started to call back Santa
Anna. The nation recovers its life, courage,
and conceives great hopes. War will be car
ried every where,
j These are the particulars of the interesting
j news reported and confirmed yesterday ; we,
1 however, know positively that the whole is a
i There is a factious band which, with the
grossest effrontefy, insert lies with the dress of
frequently during his stay. Every morning, his as we hope they will be, bv
servants led out two of his chargers, elegantly , scmbly, strengthened by an i
caparisoned, and walked them up and down ihe force, of which each citizen :
street, in front of the St. Charles ; and upon himself, as you have seen, tic
inquiry as to whose horses they were, always concentrated in a strong repre
condescended to' answer, 4 They are Brigadier Government, will make tie 1".
General Pillow's, sir-Brigadier Gen. Pillow and it may be said of the Pu
is gwine to take a ride, sir.' The morning af- the American people -what a :.
ter his arrival, he, accompanied by his aid, two countries applied; to thm
mounted his horse, it is said, without any other the Republic of the two wen:
accident except twice tupping himself up with , sentiments which Ihe I rench
Lis spurs, and gallantly trotting up St. Charles,
around into Magazine street, where he halted
before the Picayune office. The publisher, in
hot haste, rushed to tliO'door, where, after re-'
cciving a military salute from the Brigadier,
the following racy aud unique dialogue took
place : I Correspondence of the Bait i;r.
What is the price,' said the Brigadier, of New York, May
twelve numbers of the Picayune per annum ? El(clion of K & Scnaors in;
1 wenty dollars, said the publisher. I f
That is pretty tall, however send six numbers ! The Legislature of Connecti
to Mrs. Brigadier General Pillow, at Columbia, ded yesterday to elect Senator.
Tennessee ; and six to Mr. Brigadier General State, the one to supply the v.;
Pillow wherever he may be on service, as he isting by the death; oi the; In!
expects to be on active duty soon. And by the
way, you can announce in your paper, to-morrow
that Brigadier General Pillow has arrived
in the city, in good health and is, at present,
staying at the St. Charles."
sensibility and gratitude to , i
the Government of the United v
express them to you in a sin:;':
Frenchman has for the America:
Huntingdon, and the other toii:c
N;lcs, (Locofoco.) whose term- v.
expired on the 4th of March tv
Gov. Baldwin, of New Haven, i:
t ing his seat by Gov.'DissclPsjapp
; and the Hon. Truman Smith, of Li !
It is stated that another, foreign legion, Chairman of the Committee on ,
composed of deserters from our army, has Affairs in the House of Represent
been formed at Queretaro. We trust received a majority of votes, ar. 1
that they may compose the advance ! accordingly declared duly elected,
guard" of the Mexican army, in case an- were both the regular nominees!
other battle shall be fought between the ' Whig caucus. The result has giu
Mcxicansand Americans. The traitorous Cral satisfaction. . : : ' J ;
scoundrels should be at once exterpated , -X
and although they do not deserve to die! Rogues. The Storcof our won'
on the field of battle, still we would rath-' ZPn, Amos Jessup, was broken i
and many circumstances render it within ! We, notwithstanding, counsel the Supreme " src u,e"l,,,iu? ,u,.r 'r" ! iUonu ii...iIa,uai;y1,uur
the range of possibility that lie Govern- j Government to be on the alert. These rumors i Pe reason that lead is cheaper than rope, j of goods taken oil. inere vas so.
. , 4 peril I U UIIW4I1VH1V
.... I a . romo1 Iliific tir t'iien In!
JIail Worm. i nere was a severe nan siorm . . . . 1 j
! a few miles below this place on the 2d inst jail, and has closed the names, c.
The report was evidently put in circulation The pieces that fell were quite large, but we , concerned in like nefarious pjc.s.
of no material damage being done , miserably execuieu couuiciilh t.,
crops. ; ! lounu wnu mm, uwiup b"U4J'
print is the usual precursor of revolutions, truth. This is the truth.
ment of Pena y Pena, without popularity j are generally the precursors of great mtsfor- i
and without resources, may be ousted from l,,nes- Vigilance must be the watchword of j
power before the treaty can be ratified, j lhe Government and of every 2ood. Mexican.
Tk,, Mr,, ,UmMndinr rinv whnh Ve rePort was evidently put i ft circuIalK
Pena y Pena in the present condition of the j to Produfe lhte catastrophe which it pretends had .have heard
t j I ,i i rpi occurreu. in inis way revutuuous are some tQ the crons.
nn n fi, nn,-. hnr m thorn! I ho uil. - lw iij WHS
Frrnce.-pWrillraer & Smith's European
Times, of the 5th instant says: "The
returns oft the French election are now
completedl. and notwithstanding the ut
most exertions of the French Republicans
and Communists, who left neither fair nor
foul mean!; untriea to effect their purpose,
the lists exhibit a triumphant testimony to
the popularity of the principles propound
ed and actltjd upon by Lamariine and the
treasury can hardly cive theml The ad
a - ;
vices from Queretaro show -if betting
can be taken as an index a; division a
mong the members of Congress on the sub
ject of peace. Rubio (whom your corres
pondent says has made a bet; of $5000
that there will be no peace) is one of the
wealthiest " and most influential men in
Mexico. He is a Spaniard, and for the
last ten or twelve years, by means of bis
wealth and his powers of intringe, which
are said to be great, has whenever he
pleased controlled the Government that
has existed in the country. He is. too;
the staunch friend of Paredes, and w hen
Paredes was President was his main stay.
times brought about in Mexico. Eds. Pic
City of Mexico, May 2, 1843. j
I have just received a letter from your corres- j
pondent at Queretaro, and not having time to ,
give a translation before the mail closes, I can ,
only furnish the substance. wIIe says Herrera I
has been nominated President, and the majori-
lv of the Deputies will vote for him. Otero,
In the neighborhood of Columbia it was very D Jr. J's goods.
severe, and the injury to the cotton crop has
been serious. The Telegraph states that sev
eral of the largest planters are ploughing up
and re-planting their cotton. Camden Journal.
Fuicllevillc Cai-olinian; Satui
It is stated that the number of churches in
Washington is greater than in any other city
in a-J k
of the same population : Roman Catholic
The Chicago Convention, coir put ed
of human life's in the steam liar igati
West, at 4C3 a year. ; There are '
Uat hands continually rxposed j fa tl
which river and Lke improve trie vM v
5,i signally diminish. i l
who it has been reported for some time was op- protestant Episcopal . Methodist Episcopal 8, ? drumming .through the '
posed to-peace, your correspondent says has lrotestant Methodist i; Presbyterian 4, Baptist ; j j.J.j Krf ja,i cck for to".
changed his opinion, and will vote for the trea- 3t Quaker 1. Total 20. ; Je4",jji Mr.MMooney 'promising b
ty. All this looks as it the peace party were
in the ascendancy. Herrera is an old peace
rjaan, and Otero is a man of talent and influence.
in the Emerald Lie, to every u
the meeting for railing money, &:c, a!;
YCT Accounts from Indiana give
most flattering prosp'ect of the wheat crop. 1 aLhis instance.