crmt ol mo uaiciimin.
j.if Sabsirlptioilvpcr yenr. Two Dotj.ars pnyabl in
Rjvancc.. i inn 11 iu in - -
onJ fifty cti. will be charge J. (
ortTwp-.Mi.fT4 In.wrirJ ni .$ for the first, arid 2. cts.
far eacVabjpnt inrtion. Court orders charged
23 per tt;.!h!rirf than t!ietvrates. A liberatdeduo
tion to ittiW-" Ivrrtfse tjhhe year.
. 4 r.- L- - f
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mr t i imn
Editors Af Proprietors;
j .rorri the Daliiinore American of yestsrday. '
J FUIttriEU INTERESTING DETAILS i
DF TIIEl I f) SU RttECTION j AND II OR-
K1BLE sj)L AUG llTElt JN PARIS. ,
Our telegraphic despatches published
yertv'. America... day. with Jfc'arful los'sol life, e-p&iallv
.MinmayyiolUwiemble events which oc- K.Xi fin.-ii !
qqrreurin irtnsTu.Fmg iuu uvc uays nm-
ins: an4he nmn oi junc. uv yesterdays
Kncr a check vpoj. all yock
Do THIS, AND LlBECTY IS SAFE."
Gen' I. Harrison.
VOLUME V, NUMBER 13.
SALISBURY, N. C, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1848.
flag, "No longer of the army of Italy," he ' peace he has had abundant leisure.
.hail wp have additional derails of this
bloody nflaijr which we proceed to lay be
fore our readers : 4 r i
t One if the bloodiest dramas which the
.isiory Jof r farice. has ever had to record,
foil used in expression which was deemed so habits am admitted nn nil ido t. K
On Monday the reinforcements General La- ; r ... TT ,! ,r I remarkable that historv nreservtd it fnr emnlarv.nn.l K,. tnK
- i'. - . - . s M . a ii ii l r 1 I m a rr r s i - m - - - m akvL7B u m. & ft a i
.i btrdri enacted in the strdt ts of Paris.
lid wilted upon M. Marc at the Luxcm-
oufg. rllej listent'd to. then grievances.
nd observing i that iheir spokesman had
,r part of .be cny ; and although mhjeed to j mend u to the attention of all who desire I power in touching the springs of human ous davs, weeks, months, and years of gar
fiiremti. ihrt st.ll a,uh. w.rt, tncredthle va. : to know, from -unprejudiced testimony, action, than ts that of Gen. Tavlor lllus- rison "duty? the , L nJZ.
ior. ii wasnnouzni on iwonaav mornmir. ear- 1 L .1. . . . - - . . . . -" . . . : ' "w t "
would surrender- but aain the I einmg e oltJ General's character : irluve 01 manner in which General may De tound in the rich, manly, and con-
dput of the lerminatiun of the in- "My service in Mexico fppnnpntlv . . Vnawe an cxamPle Ior lue . uenscu uiougni that makes h:s composi-
,n i ' , j i V tltll L Ut 111
ly, -that they
h6)C thus he
rAflerj lour days and nights jof incessant sun col ion, us not immediately realized. At brought me near to Gen. Taylor, and I
ihtlnsj, thq insurgents wel'e utterly van- ,1lf past 10 jhq fighting was resumed,and it jwas industrious in my examination of the
uiJshcd, wnh nn estimated) Idss ol 10,000
Uletl .inti 2i,000 wounded: !
TTho rebellion appears t4 have been
ommchced by a deputation of Ouvriers.
W.1 S nn I V n tl AT n tl I (J hi fill ct rnrrrrln t n l.t it I tun j i.. 1 1 . . f .1
v 7 7 -"e '""c, "m." j nuium cuaracier 01 trie man
more hours, thrtt the government troopsi every Opportunity was Dresented havn nn 1 ' pleasure. 1 nave never visited riucnuen.and oy him proclaimed at 1'itts- His course, while a m;
""tic iMcv.iin.-u, nu u.u iruui oi inu uisurrec. nt;...-. . i . . t'ntij -vituvjiit scciuz iiucnte u uui. iuui lie u iu ucen inr manv onr suin ictn rr.i
tn being broken, the insurgents were; either , ihe irnprpSsions t received Ibr what thev f lty with which he toiled II his associated wiih Gen. Taylor in military proof to substantiate, clcarh
shot taken jirupners, or fled into thescountry in L lh u deshttl tn nvn- talented adjutant was surrounded by pa- service, and frequently on courts martial tablv. what we have char
the direction towards Vincennes. The east- U ... , ..... . lu '-I"ta! lBe ners, so was the General : and though he ! and of inauirv with him. rinrl tliff Hon rvi;Mr...ii
nrmy. lions models ot epistolary writinir. And
5. He is d. man of business habits. I ' it may be found in the significant fact sfa-
nPVCr hVA I." intvn Hon T-)'lnr f trit-a nn i tn1 K- t V. - fntn.n .-. Cl.. a I . .
whenever .v ... iU fa, , UJ vv. UJ tn ,rt ucn. jiusoii iu .ur. : wats uccn the
ern qu-irlers coirr.prising the faubourgs St. An. !
fewest words what manner
Taylor is, I should sav
TO TilE VOTEUS OF
HEAD ASD CmCTLATE TllC I
We have, hitherto, srokcn v
Mr. Reid.tic Democratic cane! i '
vernor, not because his cours
man, is not assailable in ni:.;
lnrs, but because we desired :
our fire, until he cams into
w hen, what ire have to say cf !
be used as a "set otTngair. .
good thingt he will doubtless
self. We propose, now, to
incidents, in his political life, t ;
this standard bearer of the Pr
who has so recently attempt i 1
into the aflections of the dcr r
has always been opposed to .
irallt democratic ; that he l;
sistent in nothing cUe, but his !
every species of legislation c "
extend thejprivilegrs of the rr.:.
zealous advocate he nsic prtt
In addition to this, we4 ns rt.
proceed to prove, that! Mr. U
enemy or 5 ii c W;
course, wliile a me::..
M i ' u.' 1 . . " IWIllla J ' M I T I 1 1 1 Ii IT . Ill rilllllllllt 111. I! rill I III II ir
Hcnattrvd l in the alUir to the 15ih of .Courtf Wie the last subdued. The last band an(1 !lis appearace he
lid to? the men:
ji liik riimmnn . -i i . . .
Vmiaro nnt. tb . . V. '' rS' i . :. T 7 ' - - i i, nf ; ,,.,. ti. uV "I ' ' tu ne was at leisure, he would never in
-r - w w ... w tin k M ti ii I R i r:iiP(i pctnp nru ! i'iar . ... kho i. w i.t .(. lie iiiiu ii iiM ra riw.. ... . . ..... . ...
ilaves 4f this man; you can state your ra 1 ChaU bat the (Jrrl Mhl.. K i lerred from- his tent at MontnrUv tn thU rupt the duties winch his station called
wn gr evanccs." This expression was even from th s sanctuary, and thev were .lauh. ' assembly, and he would not be! remarUl Per, hen these were closed
istorte f amdngst the workmen, that M. tered in the W.rhhorin.r field,. i : 'amon? this nnwd of rr.i m f.,.. I ,or l.ne.4a! ne seemeu to enjoy to a re
oi ma:i Uen. .... . ., , ! , , .V ' , V : V ".""uCWoiuuiiniu,
thatinhimnnpr aAlulB i v,s,ier umuiy, anu uiiimm i)iov uucays.arcw up me proceedings and tics, in this end of the Slate
, lilt!, Ill 1113 IllllJJ(y I , I I . . i !. j M . , . . . f
; si. lauuurtr; giacc io uuiusu uimseii un- itputsuj mv com is. .uen accustomed to against the road from Ike V
win sec the lulJ torce of this
Iarc. had called them slaves.iand it seems On Tuesday;the insurrection was definitely mers as a man at all distinguish
o have been the signal for the conspira- quelled. The joss of life has been terri$c no those around him. Perfectly tor
ors, wllo had organized a vait movement, 'wer than fpurteen general officers had been in his habits ; perfectly plain ill hi
oCQmmencfl their operations Un J hurs- ,ul nms uu a greater joss man in tne entirely unassum n
his dress ;
markable dejrree the
officers, and to be glad to mingle in their
society. As a conversationist, 1 do not
t'l iq nitt' nl i-AnnT
- I a ...lw.vj v.piv mo I 1 I 111.11 1 KJ I llllllil
JVow Ae A'eic Orleans Picayune.
Whilst the procession last evening was
moving to another part of the city, a num-
Turkey Cove, in Uurkc.ht Gill
he voted against the Hickory
pike : and also against the K
Western Turnpike Road. O.
authorize the GoTrr.br to .,
Agent in the counties' of Ci,
Macon, for the purpose of c( '
xu nicylit tVii o.i ,tr I.,,,,. tlirt n.,.f Ko.-i mosi sdhmiuiu enirairfinents ot ianokon. k 1,1
rJ '.,6P,;' " i. nv,, iiiv in ok until- j c p . .i i ii o i kj nn lui li r IIIIL Iliail
. I lf . . A AH f . -I t 1, nr. n ...l. I. .11 .. AT,. ? 1 . .. . .
fcades were raised, and the troops and the ; , ""i"' " " c 7 c"; s." . ealtb, whose thoughts are not:
k' . ' i s-if , u t I -r-. . . , (it'll llinrl n tf Mrnn. Iin'a ( hnrrn no nm : .
anonai uuarus caneu out. un i ridav. . : -r " . " " ..v.,.. on nis nersonal anncaranr-P. nnrl
. L . " KlTlfllilt. niifl iithprs eproro v vrin1rt i E: ' . . ' ,
HP the insurgents possessed them- ,r ' 71 I i r i w . , lino point about h m to attract5
T. t. ' . '. .i ... . , r our or five fiiemhers of the Natiuii.il Asfspm. ! 1 . , ...
etves oi ail mat portion ot the right hank , .... arnJ-L . . attention. In his intercourse v
i j uiiiuii " oi iiiu rviui:ii. aiiiA nidii v iniiri: . . . i :
ni;iiii in nis riripss . i i i r i iiiu mi; ici t urn upr n
1 , T ' in,nlt en. iavlor possesses great power, i :r . . . V money due the State In t V
in his manners, he ; He usps fexvfn.;u- and Pvrvrses himlf her of Persons ,l tle neighborhood of ilie mont u"e uxl(i n -
.iu.. z ; ne uses lew wotus, anu expresses nimselt ; c pk.L ik.i T . i n, . countrv: for Public Lind. bo v,
in line i vv:fu nprty.. n(i fnrm, ut n nt flllti,K. xiu.c. j.ciccix eu ocn. layior . .. ' j r ,
, ...... . ' . n thA nH kg' a nnn t-KUMi.u k.i k "ion me pponie raying tueir !'. :
i would say. now- inv:tpfi hv n-nf,ri i ga money, at a time -when t
His language is select.
nnrr n t ar . . - . uio nai a lit. 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 1' 1 1 1 t hv pnnrr nr o
1'"' "' I ho is pntire V r;ma i p'vi nrru no nr nv .' - . . . x J ow- " :r .1 i.. i ... i i
v th men ,w .iT- - - r , o v gnmpse ot him they gave three cheers for "Ul"'" ,,ilu Uil'! (
I To ri ""i -4 "- ' i) t ?otirrh nnd Rnndv. r..n..ri Tvin. lofeKiue ineiriiaDiiities Willi 1
AJ. wiuj o hinVi hnc .f-A. .1 1.:,. ; O I- HIHUI
ever, from my knowledge of the man
ut"; invited by General ;Gaincs to witness the g,a money;at
tha display. The moment they caught a was ihe oiy c
currency of the c
f the river.Scine.stretchiinr fiom thuFau
ourg St. Ahtoine to the river : whilst on
lie left bank they occupied nil that por
jon ciuledibc Gito ; th Fkubourg St.
.tlarcelj St.! Victor, and the lower quarter
rJ ;St JUuUfcs.
J The comrhunicntion of the insurgents
a v a -
man v in: i - A
Wnlinfliul. fluff thf mnsl frii m K I ti tr r?j f .Ut Me is nee, iranic, anu manly, lie nlav
of the Archlishop of Paris. The venerable " no ars, like some great meti whom 1
predate on Sqnday volunteered to 20 to the insur- have met. Any
gents as a messenger of peace. Cavaiirnac 1 ias nearly as can be desired, and the more
said lhat such ;a step was full of da,nger but j closely his character is examined the
this Christjab pastor persisted. He advanced, 'greater beauties he discloses, j ,
attended by his two vicars, towards the barri. j. He is an honest man. 1 do hot mean
which has ever appeared over his signa
f llfP. nnd in ni'inr n mnoli T nnrlnrcluml
one may approach him ,f as nsser that he is mastcr of
two banks of the river, was cades, with anj olive branch borne before him, by that merely that he does not cheat
liaintaincilby the possession f the church uhRn he wa! ruthlessly shot in his groin, and : ije
of 8t. Ceryaise, a part of thp quarter ol , m mortally juounded. The venerablejprelate 1.
le tcmpleic approaches to Korte Dame .or7e. ud " nsurgenis to too nearest
nd thej bridge of St. Mitche . liy these ,osPtt'. 1,1 .Anuiine , wiiere ne received the
.1 lii - . . hlt snrrnmntlll hnmnchaH nr.rl toe cmno rlml
xtensiVe litres ot operation's the insur- . : TV , ' :
. L.,ud . i ... r.i . 11 Wl" prooauiy ue never correctly ascertain-
ents ofceumed a st portion o the most ed to .vha eJlUc sacrifice of Jife .
elensiUo iimtot the city, and actually this fligbtuil kuggle ha reached, Some com.
.reaiencu ine uoui, Hf.wnicn, M pute the lossjoh the part of the troops las from
icy nau -ccwueu in inKiugi mignt nave 9,000 to 10.Q0D slain, but we hope this is ex
" . ill .17 a, . a. . . I ! " . i . 1
H IOI II
aggerated. Hie number of pi Uoners captured.
pointed to try such as were found with arms in
their hands, 4nd they vill probablybe exported
to the Marquesas Islands, or some transatlantic
tb first victory on their side. On
i . - -i . . .
Ulur wre partial onllicts, but of ihe insurgents exceed 5,000.
r . . i.i -i
rgenisseetueu io te occupied more
"yingjj theiipositions than in nctu-
. . . . . i. .
Mif i i or ? hill YVtiiifiVtr nrOf'i' Iho
overnmentl troops may have had in vari-
us quarters ; where conflicts took place,
msatStt Dcanis and St. Martin, it now ap-
tnru ll.nt Mm i n 1 1 1 II VI u I o pnni-umi rt llin
'V III d lllltlt ItiVi v vwui i i i a 1 . .
Ii . I , I ' I i ,t i i . , rrencu coiouyi a uecree nas ueen pronosea
nsurgentH, tepulsed them, and even beat ... vv ..A .
l.fnv4ii o her ,,arts of tbo cjj-. M. La- thc m;i of individual dUm.l Many
iirtin r6dp with the stall of Cavanac : ldier3 exlijljited sublime courageXjOn the
lbt;ougb PaHs, to quell the nsurreetjon ; olher hand, tbd savage cruelty with which the
hut-kivas evident that nothing but ther! i,stir!cnts wUed war. almost exceeds belief.
U power Jof iarms could compel the insur- They tortured some of their own prisoners
K I fnts fr Virbl. 1 hi! government forr.es out n(Tlho!r hanrta nnrl foot, nnrl infliotod hnr.
, I wcrediyidq3 info three divisiobs, and large barities worthy of savages. The womfen were
b masses of; troops were brought to bear hired to poison the wine sold to the soldiers,
. I x .i .mi i .1 . ; r . i
wip artillery upon tne positions oi me ut
'4 iurgents but still Friday pajssed, and the
l I I i I .J ! ' i i . i -i i ....
insurrection nau evidently gamed strength.
Onj Sajilrday, the iilth, tie National
Asscmbryiecland itself in permanence,
and Piiris? yas placed in a stsite of siege,
liie Executive power was delegated ab-
1 mean that he is a man lhat never
lissembles and w ho scorns alll disguises.
lie neither acts a part among His friends
for effect, nor assumes to be what he is
not. Whenever he speaks you hear what
he honestly believes, and, whether right
or wrong, you feel assurance that he has
expressed his real opinion. His dealings
his mother tongue, and can write about
as handsomely and effectively as he can
fight. Such, then, is the picture of the
man, not of the general, who won my es
teem. I am not in the habit of eulogiz
ing men, and have indulged on this occa-
immediately retired to a part of the room
in winch he could not be seen ; but the
crowd continued to increase and with it
the cheers for the old thunderer of Bue-
rm Vistn. inorfn:pd In ",... m :
- . - ...... ua.jv. in u im ill i 11 - , . , . . . . . i i .
utes the streets in and about the hotel lhls d'stribution draws their
were thronged with a multitude of n. comparai iy lew, anu the j
sons all cheering Gen. Taylor. Several
O a I . t I
uifiiiy oi mem must nave ticrii
He voted for the distribution ci .
Fund, according to Federal j
1 .i . .. .
ii.' li'iunn rt n n no wi.a nrtn I
1, . ..I at Li ,
AH the pris- ! honest name stained by the breath of the
ons are lulifd as well as the dungeons and I slightest reproach,
vaults of the Tuillen'es, the Louvre, Palais Roy- J 2. He is a man o
al, the Chamber of Deputies and the Hotel de
Ville. A military commission has been an.
disnlaved. and his frpatnps? sn rnncnipn
with men have been of a most varied ously illustrated upon the field of battle;
character, and I have never i heard his ; I fbrmed my ideas of the man w hen he
sion because I desired to describe to you, L " T.f X oZA a T 1 ' r P ,
. ... , i . r . .i .1 - J i- bGn lelt tbe crowd and went to General
y,th the exactness of truth, those qualt- Taylor and desired him to appear at the
net which, conbtned in General Taylor. win(ow f ,he (l as PP
made h.m appear lo me s a firsrale mo, wou,(, saUsf an(J di fa ncci ,
el of an American character. 0;herswill ,mK,, Tt. n.,t k:....i
dwell upon the chivalry he has so often Z soTs it Cv7u.d ,
- - -w---- - (tvi ivi a v
with the appointed ceremonies of thc night.
of rare rood judsrment.
By no means possessed of thai; brilliancy
of genius which attracts by its flashes,
yet, like the meteor, expires even while
you look upon it ; by no means possessing
that combination of talent which pene
trates instantly the abstrusest subject, and
measures its length and breadth "as if by
intuition, Gen. Taylor yet has that order
of intellect which more slowly but quite
as surely masters all that it engages, and
was free from duty, and had no motive to
appear in any other light than such as
was thrown upon him by nature, educa
tion, aiid principles.
who, ought to have been I.
this law, arc numerous, hi. !
over a wide extent ofcountry
in effect, swindled out of their
To show how manifestly ur: ;
jurious such a distribution of i
how utterly ineffective ii i
ting the increase of Comir)
which are. so much wanted by
of the West, will only refer t
that, under this distribution,
rich and densely settled cut::.
East ; receives four or live tin,
Hut the crowd continued to increase and
the cheering likewise ; he at length ap
peared at the window. When he was
Kff-n llV tltO millfifllftn Iwlnll' Ihn ilioorlnir
was deafening. As soon as silence could "f th,s monf ns c,1lh.cr1l1? "
be obtained Gen. Taylor addressed the Buncombe, Hay wood or Bur.r.
people in the street to the following effect : Thlle PPulatl?n 13
77 . n i i . ti : lh number of poor chiUrci:,
: ILrESS7lK-m ,nccidcntaly , these Schools, vastly greater. 1
in mi L.iy, dim uuu.u lain uo nn unoo- fu,n ,... vnt-nrXTp U,V i
An intelligent occasional writer in the
, . . . f .1 ' 1. f I " w Jfc UILO VI .till 11CIU, it.'.
New York Courier and Enquirer gives served spectator of the proceedings of this ; Agency, and the School Liv.
the lollowing Extracts of a Letter from
the Hon. John C. Spencer, who, while Se
cretary of War, was necessarily brought
into frequent communication with Gen.
iciiing ueci. ci apan ; jn QUr numbcr spcak
a friend, a brother soldier, , ,ar, We dcsirc nov to arr
lan who I respect and to cnt insl hi ajf ; f
examines all the combinations of which
the subject is susceptible. When he an- j Taylor, which gives a more just idea ol
noimees his conclusion, you feel confident , his civil qualification than perhaps any
that he well understands the ground upon , thing that our readers have before seen :
...u:u u.i ,. u: .i i J.a . '
wmuii ui yiaui, uu iu, anu yei rest as- , you ask me to communicate the opin
sured that the conclusion is the deduction ! .uhu M,iorefn,i i,uo k ' v.
succeeded in; to owing up their most admirably 1 nr snnnfi cpn,P fithfiillv nnnlind ' J .u,,uv':',,",,u
conducted, plan of operations, and having ad. ! fQ ite mAUel i by " rerence to the attain-
vanced theiVlfne ana oossessed themselves of ! the matter m hand It is this order of ments of Taylor, derived from his corres-
who dtank ti reeled and died. It seems to be
believed generally that if the insurgents had sure( that the conclusion is the deduction
the Hotel d4 Ville, and followed up jtheir at.
t:eks along the two banks of the riveri that the
ny other officers of the army to attend
. . : i i i 1 1 . . " j m v.v. .... -
SQlUtelV 10 iyavaignac. anu ai nan past iu i,Kiecd the words pillage and rape are said to
inq, mqmucrs oi me rxecuiie uoycrn
whole ci.y would have given up to pillage.- to the wants ol his family, by so using the
. . . i i . ... . i . . i monnc r ri l ninnsa ua trt cnrriMinH him.
"inent rksig'tied.' They declared that they
ihoulii have been wanting in their duties
and hinoir litid they withdrawn on ac-
count 6f sedition or a publtd peril; they
I f I 1 . . 1 i 1 I I .... i . .. 1 . I . ..
pniyi williurew neiorc a oie oi uie
i'l ismblv. licnotts poured in every hour to
iVin Actninlitv nml .'ii tlio i ll it-1 1 i llf.f Mr-
I la I j " v v. ...w . . ...... ... ...
" l''. i Lf ti . i i ... ..r ,i. 1
"3,1 flVCU Ol IIIU Siaugiuui ui un; i.uijHiai
means at his disposal, as to surround him
! . I 1 '
hnvp i.pp.1 .rt.,ii.rt n., nnp; nf t hoi r ii.i nne rs. I sell in his old age witn a nanasome pn-
Not less iharj'bo.OOO stand of arms bave been vate fortune, and to be blessed with an
seized and eatituicd in the faubourg St. Antoine : almost perlect constitution. 1 would to
. . i a x - jEi.
pondence with the War Department du
ring the time it was jn my charge. It is
very true, I have often stated my high
opinion not only of the sound judgment
and unsurpassed discretion of Gen. Tay
lor, but also of his capacity as a writer,
and when doubts were cast upon the au-
night. The evening has been set apart
to do honor to
and a gentleman
L .1 . I 1. O
wnom me counirv owes a ueui oi irraii- ; ...l- i ! j ..t
. , i.i. i.u r- t r . wnicu win aououcss, re con;
tude. 1 had hoped that no friends of mine j the le of Western Carolir
would notice my presence in a way to at- hc' Senate (Qok up q: q
tract attention. But since you have seen (hc cngrossed bill, entitled A L
fit to manifest your partiality in a man- anJ establish a County by t;
ner which cannot escape notice. I can only Slan, which yas .
thank you for the kindness of the comph- : Mr iIson movcJ that lIjc ,
ment and wish you good night. , on the taUet which was not r
Gen. Tavlor then retired amidst shouts : Thp I. HI ikon roiooto,?
which made the welkin ring. General inir'a'ruinst it. fSenate Jor:
Gaines was then cheered in the most en-. '.ji p. m. j
thusiastic manner. Thc old veteran ap- "The engrossed bill, to
peared at the window, and made a few County by the name bfClc:. .
remarKs in me spirit oi me auuress oi taken un and read the th r
Rpnpral Tnvlnr. I .l ir. '
j uaotu mi . iCft ittiv
The Re turning- Troops. Our soldiers
(says the! New Orleans Bulletin) are com-;
ing back inffcuch crowds that it is quite
day prefer his advice in any matter of ;, thorship of the admirable despatches
private interest ; would take his opinion ; ' nm. frnm -xnx:nn nnAnr hU nnmn
as to the value of an estate ; would rath
er follow his suggestions in a scheme
where property or capital was to be em
barked ; wrould pursue more-confidently
which came from Mexico under his name,
I declared unequivocally my thorough con
viction that he was the author of them.
And 1 stated my reasons for this convic
tion : lhat his official letters and other
. I . 2 1 . 11 1 1 1 . 1. . . ' . . 1 . J
M Guardl. and the fall of one General after impossible io conect me names oi an iu nis C0Unsel where the management o! an
i another. .who was Ui ed or wounded by the arriving companies auu leguncms. omuc : army was inoiveu, or me irue nonor oi m rtKcor,;rin pnntinpH th nmo onn
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I i I .'..!-.1 .: 1.....; .1 .. .....1 ... 1 l": U rU t .. r. 1 nn.1.. nrt? onnntrit wnc et I I'tnlo llion oni nthor . . . . .
,r i insurgents, me sensauuu ueuaiuo ueep auu yesieruay iquiuiu y.1 uc ulu luslrt,) l) "'J v-vy"' j -' v uvuy j densed vigor oPlhought and expression,
. nlarmmgl ! ; eight thousand of them reached JNew Ur- : lf 1 uvB kuowii. V ,cSaru .UIb the same peculiarities of style, and beau
DOUBLE-DEALING WITH THE
Correspondence of the New York Express.
Wasiiinutox, July 9, 1819.
1 have seen no less than five lives ol , time and passed.
! (Senate Journal, 241.1
i "Mr. Spruill moved, that t!
which was rejected the cnnT
lav on ana esiaonsn me cu-j:
well, be reconsidered. which
to. The bill was then re.ul
Thc rub s
lion : iuui ma uiugiai icucis auu uiuci . , , - .. ... , , ... ...t t ' . i
mmnnuiinnc trltiA , A iii .inilor uen. vass, lnienueuior uiuereni mcrioi- . penucu, anu me oiu rcaa a u.;
communications which had lallen under: ,. ... . , . 1 . J, ir ., .
u f;, tu, cor, ! ans. There were two editions issued in : passed. Mr. llctd tolwz '
my observation contained the same con- r , A , . T . l T . ntn ,40
' ..L1 i .:.... :.t.,,l In- . i . 1 . . J r mrlffmpnt as hfiinff hrsf ratp at pvptv thinor. 1 . , n , .
arious iiruciuiiiauuua o.-, j in.,n frnm x.rn. ni7. "ammco.iand the J . p 7 : ' tv. and iorco oi language mat cnaracier-
' T . .! L ....!.. f 1 7, . : ' fnm a hnrco Ircr a im rn a fi.oHa r. rmmtin ' ..... Y . , .. .
51 11 11111 L 11111 .11. LI 1X11 . 1 I a 111 f B. 1.1 fill Ii 111 lauiii u. ia - I 1 - 1 . 1 . 4 l . . 1 At.. a.
---.r -r lzeii nis mexican uesoaicnes : auu mat.
from circumstances personally known to
3. He is a Jinn man and possessed of me, I was certain that he could not have
great energy of character. It were a had the aid in writing the letters and corn
waste of time to dwell upon! these traits munications referred to, which some of
of his character, for his military career the newspapers alleged had been render-
has afforded such abundant examples of e(j to him in Mexico. This opinion I now
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taVnlZtlUC IU lUUUCU I U lliaWI iilTllia IU 1CT ... , K . 1 a : 1 I aawtaa.a- . . J' ..
iT . ..... L,"a . Kio Uranuo. and the transports wnicn
lown ineir anus, uui iu uu wu-ti. . . . i ..".. "' i -
rruJ ..,UUi r L nmnlnvml brought them over are stretched out irorn
n desncrato lighting on both sides, ex- Lafayette to Slaughterhouse Point. .W ith
fcept d Ipl I during a frightful thunder but lew exceptions, they come back in
tormJ In I the .afternoon o( Friday the g0od healtbJ, bronzed by the war, and all
to reach home : and as the ut
March last, and two in June ; the two in Senate Journal 212 13,
March were, in character, unlike those of j "The engrossed bill today
June, and the two of June, like those of tablish a County by the name
March, obviously designed for a Southern '. ell, was taken up, read, the
and Northern market. All attempts at and rejected. Afr. llcid. vet
explanation only make the matter worse, it.r Senate Journal. 2Glr
Here are the books, and here are altera- The Senate took up tlic c i
tions. Free trade opinions inserted in one ! to lay off and establish a Rr.
oditinn. and omitted in the other : thp. let- Blue Ridrre to TurkevJ Cov'c C
ter to Nicholson, against the " Wilmot pies Gap, in Burke County,
Proviso." inserted in one, and opinions read the second time. M r. i
-rnnflirrts Sxexa without intermission. On in a bnrrv ti
. J i .1 ' . I 1 ' . . .1 1 Ivt-. .rM- -vf A. it i. 1 i i n n Vss 1 . a " r . IT
fatdrda)-; however, the carnage anu nai- most dispatch is used oy tiie commanding .. uk 4Vfaia- aeiioeraiciy reiterate, louanui French Revolution takin- its ' to strike out the third scclio
i(T Li . -.i..r ..r.i rai . i.- t'a. it.- a. .i au.V i. : t ti o .n fn m p tft pwrv r iHPn uhn has c .1 u ui nPcnnc u.iin!,ro;nt io upon the r rencn ivcoiuuon iaKing us io mhuc oui iuc iuiru -lu.il .1
lie OniUO SOUmsiueoi uiu ii-ci viu..u- uenerai at uhs post, aim uie vturii uiaa- , -v... .ww.wj ucntuiy wen mi o.? w a.o .. w. . , inPArt nr u;nf, Ta. irLirL irai thn AnnrouriaiU
..a I . . t . . i . o f 1 . . .-- I a . . . . t- . , n. . . , . , l 1 .. I, rt nr.l n( tho ,-r r 1 h 1 1 i ... : . : t ' (llC II nv vntvt. - ...w.. - " w ri V Ml" I T '
iplc. M'uring the whole oi r nuay nigiii ter in gelling them on. u is to De nopeu , cvu ucaiu ui icu wi ... o naou oi merary com iusi.iuh can uuicui , , fo ro r r t tlnn (i;d not nrovnil tThcb!
iUH$ o'efock onSa1Urday..he roar of that it'a few weeks we. will hi able' to t my they are daily exhibited, and stand ; the 8t,?. manner of thought, and turn of . ;GfeC?5 dif? i ed'JltdKsSe J '
expression ol a writer, alter having Deen y . r u .i. tit- w.t.n ...t n i
Ll I...! ' l .. . a4 at. - I . .. .1 l; . e at." t a a i inncninnnMck' A i C nl H V frl in iPVAfV nPflpr i '. C
me nrtinerv and tne noise or me musKeis notice me departure oi me mat rcguiieui. : vu..c,,ivuUU.j u,-r";vu mj " expressiuu ui a mci. nuci uaMUK utcu . . r .u
- r r- ,. . . . ;.....!,UK omanoLe rnm h npn ! ..-.. J I. 1..,..: c lefCni HOIIHS Ol IUC -Ulliliaioa
AVCrC incessant. The reward, to Wliicnmese uravwuenarc , vumu.tiv... aa.rw... , aCquainieu wmi suuic ui uia piuuucuui, , , , xxrac. rotT,r r lntornl Im
I .' ! . . - 1 . .. 1 , . 1 I Li . r , . . a'... . 1 1 , ,l..a a.Ullll UUU VOl ... .l.V. ....
On Saturday night at 8 o'clock, the cap- entitled can pc propeny meieu oumu n em ; 4. ue is a benevolent man. l hisquali- w im a ee laimy at iCt c4ua. .u provernents ; Southward he endorses Mr. Western Turnpike Road, vl
'italwas fri an awlul state. Fighting con- only where hey are best known and to ty has been uniformly displayed in his with which an expert in penmanship can votes arainst them, and approves the first and second times a
.ttouedwhh unabated fury, I Large mass- those potntslwe wish them a safe and treatment of the prisoners who have been decide upon the signature of one whom r n lht ajo He has two faces , the table. Mr. Held voting
e$of troops poured in from all the neigh- speedy return. j placed in his power by the vicissitudes ol ne nab seen niL, uia uam. h Wilmot Proviso, two upon the the table. enate Jour.
' i v . . a a . t t i l - r a, a a -i - ir m n a 11 I iiuiii' iri-i - ij r i i v. -
war. jao man wiio uau eeu una auer , ...v, .v - -j ,-(r --n tho Krnr
the battle of Buena Vista, as he ordered lor, like Gen. Washington, and like every
other modest man, may have had tne aid
T War1r11l r vo ri f rA n '
a.1 . . v I l- uv.il iii.kvmiiii .
ize the construction of tlo 1
boring departments, but stjll the insur-
gents j having renuerect meir posuiou al
most impregnable, resisted jmorc or less
effectually all the forces wljich could be
brought against them. Thejred flag thc
banner oC the rcpubliquc democratique ct
As the Legislature adjo;
Ort! Satjurday morning, at ! the mcetin
mbly, he ri
frv ("Vis! iv Ai.iRtui . A riorresnon
it. .a loat. . ..7.-.. i' ---r-i. tin va?onsto hririfirin the Mexican woun
oeni oi me tsvmncrn ixccvruvi uiio isucoiw v - t- - . r . , . . i .. t,:t.
j- ... i a.at l 1 I u : ! . ..f a litornrr inorifl in Inn 1. 1 n rr nvpr his
fho nnnnkition to Gen Cass in that Oca irom lue uaiue neiu, mm ucaru urn. "i ...j o
State Sevtral of the ntfemfen men as he at once cautioned his oivt, men that despatches, written, as they must have
fioned are xlell known n f the m6st InflSi 1 the wounded were to be treated with merj ' heen, under exctement and sometimes in
enUa? memlfe of the Locofocofa ty i?n I cy. could doubt that he was alive to all rtJ ; haste ; and that friend may have erased a
fl,o' TlTSi.w;'" tu. L ?Lk ' kinder imoulses of our nature. The inJ redundant word or phrase, or rounded a
IUC kJUUC Ul ?iav tililia.. 1 . . ; , , . , .;
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lor, like Gen. Washington, and like every . ' , nis fripnds have shown him day. this vote ol Mr. Ucid's
up in so many ways that he has more lives a vote against Ihe ldlf
than a cat. The last I have seen is in ; We have thus presented, f
German, and this is expressly intended, by ' eration of thc pcopleof N
its omissions and additions, to mislead and na, a very few of the many
deceive that large portion of our adopted hostility which Mr. Held
These lit- : snown towarus mem auu i..
Wre have not the slightest .
who dwell among us.
.la. frioL' n f Hit It' noliticians can hardly
have any effect, now that they arc expos- any. Whig could ever vote ;
" j i . i rrj ... i,-. i
rnaKC auu c arc tvui-ni, t
r- : .i . .t r.i.-j a: ' Ir thie he pviilpnrip nt mpannpitv.
of ttona. Msemb.y, hc President Mr. Yanccyis.not alone : , "S"' vtr.h"TcS whS I Who ihall escape ? iTis notorious that
announced that the government iorces - in ana irpmcuiaiei) uiuuuu muuiguur - .. -. - , " tho u-ritintrs nf WashinHnn and narticu- " v "J 1 ' ' , " J ,
Dprnoerats arft i forbids tneir repetition, anu tne young men ; i"e i"" W1 " . . "fc" e(j. than to recoil upon those wno
2ELb who of hisarmy feel that it is. a j pleasure to ! larly his .?rewell Address, underwent - usc of thcm. E. B.
" s' V. f , m; ba've heretofore been most nromkent are gather around him; because they know revision oi u n. nam., on ; anu a ;
a W aaw. a. IlltUllUI OUU1 UVU V 1 v. . y T g . aU..-il t.. ..7'
pfo' ;tand; that Gen. Cavaignac had given opposed to! pen. Cass; and among the they are as welcome as though they i
the insurgents on the riglit bank till 10 number are Messrs. Belser, Yancey, John sited the hearth-stone of their own home,
tfclock.td-surrender, -ben, f they did not Elmore, N.l Harris. Scott, Semple, May, ana they are at ways as iree,yi mvue . 10
est Western Democrat?, v.
I . ...1.-.. 1..... at - V
electing niiii, -j
messages and public communications of ...... "Tit. W1 how great an enemy 1.;:
ueen l ms mans un , , been to this section oi the ..
iKop Prncilnnt lrVa. ol WAX'S
CYl'ii utui.1 in,ciuviu uitiv ui" x , . . . . 1 1 c , i ucm a . -
subjected to the critical examination of Orleans Delta publishes a call for a meet- conlracted in a. y
his Cabinet. Indeed, I do not uesuate to ing oi uemw..-" never been able to sec i
lay dowritheir arms, he would storm their and others.! Mr. Belser come out, on the partake of whathe has to oiler as u Ujey nis - ;lection of Gen. Taylor. This call is. unty ; i:-::
'entrehenoient lit the FauboaVg St. Antoine 21st instant.Sn the Montgomery Adver- : were under th'e roof of a father, ; His con- 1?""" .nl nnKlin J.inv ' sined by a number of the leading Dem-, '?:?x nreiJiic
without the revision of a friend, when it ocrats of the city of Ne
Villi vltvUlilvil. 1U l.v m. uHuvuigkjt, aillUUIC wlOl itiouuil) ;iu .aw o . . .1 ; L
Where thby were how dnvci.and put the ! User, with a long article against Cass. : duct in sparing the deserter who yvere
i , . Lf. -f .1 n-."i A ... mi i ut . : . t-r - pnntnrpii at Rnna ista exhlDltea at the
wnoio tOjino swora. iuc ueavicsi arm- iney nave ueen .irrauuio p- j ! ... ----- - --, 7
lcrnsa been brought to bear upon them : per there in Opposition to Gen. Gass. It i same time in a remarkable j manner his
ucuctuicucc anu UI3 juuiuguu ,
the worst punish-
return them to thp
h; was not, however, realized.- be done, some of that party wilt vote for Mexican army. : When Napoleon said to
one OI uis oaiiauons, liiscriue it uu iutu
tfrtd iiftTrVdfYiiht hnld lift entertained that : is to hp. rnndoeted bv their aDlesr. writers.
tK. .vl:u -t.i k .r tnivn Thi i i-- .f-rt -will l. niarkhv them to ' shoot them," said he.
ift- i.i.!i -r uA AVr-;flt;nr nf iKp in. ' run tUi.A ...li1oto If Ir Rhniild not i ment 1 will innict is to
,ThQ jfighiing continued the Whole of Sun-! Gen. TayIor;and Fillmore too.w
tant nublic naners to the public scrutiny signed by a number oi mc 'e.ui.ug. - " stinatc sectional prcjudici
- - r . . . a , -a riu iK-ni 'u ir cans. v , ... r. ti.. Iim.
iitnun i r i-rsi it... aai 111 ui tiw " . - . antf nuniv it'., inr mc ttii
... . 1 .iHlmn AL tllR : .
can be obtained will evince more presump- the call, express me. r gr ... Las lways CCn r ,
tinn than frond sense. I I nomination oi ocii. -v i ,i i his opposition.
lion than good sense. , Convention their regret lhat the nii
In lif. arv services; of his country ; Baltimore Convention did not notmna e .
risons and at posts
, military services; of his country ; Baltimore C"1' " 'S, stands before the people, tl.