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• instant, oatttaine the , folloning.:
The steamer Ni tune arrived at Tampico,
-Nov: 22d , "with 4.50 regular troops, titular the
•corriiirandof Colonel Gatos ; and the steamer
ften; with more troops; arrived on the 23t1.,
--vrf t eif-the-town- , : waslab:Otice-given:up-to-the
gripasonesl, unaer . the name of Fort Conner
- I ca; batiory' . .Ol.:twa 42- poll nder .cannonatles
wariisilled•:FrirtAim, hotter.of AirS. Chase,
• ladjutiluflatrit'Ameriortri Consul at 'Tempi.
O. -Thisdady behaired.most nobly: showing
that eheyras apatriot under all circumstances;
when etir - Small vessels were about to ap
. preachtthe-town of Tampico. she ram 'up our
flag irt,ilefianco of the Alcodtt dud othet
officenk . •
,Sortie time before Mrs. erase wrote to
Conftnedere Conner telling hint the place
could be taken, and giving_ a draft of the
harbor. - ; -Besides the cannon nientroned
Abere some field pieces- arc mounted on the
hcitts bops" • •
The Neptune 'sailed front Tampico. on the
244 k-ult: .anit encountering
.a liorther was
driven .beck and %Created or: the, bar, All
, hands :were saved but 'the vessel is a total
The town of Tampico is already iii estate
'of defencefind rostiforcernents are arriving
daily. t - • - - • • •
Saltine has been abandoned, and there is
no doubt that- it is now in-the possession of
the, advanced guards of the army. under Gee.
, The state of Mexiep is represented to be
even worse than ,even ' S6nte , Attna o lately"'
Made an adiffem to hits troops, 'apparently to
extiait from them an--, inyitatien to reinstate
himself at the bead of the Government.
He was disappointed, however, as his ma.
• tion was received in profound Mimics', and
afterwards started, with all his cavalry. on a
secret expediton some think to cut oil one
of the divisions of our army, which lie Will
be,_likely_to_find— The most probable
conjecture is that he - has gone to Mexico. to
eentrol the action of the new Congress. The
St. •Marys leftover the bar at - Tampico, the
Potomac,.Trinceton, and John Mains, and
' vessels.oo the town of Tampico. Left
the steamer ,Sea ashore abreast of the town,
on 'a mud bank. Passed the Mississippi 60
miles north of Tampico, bound but. Officers
of the St. Marys all well
A letter from: Pensacola , Dec 7in the
Picayune, says that Captain Tatnall, with the
steamer Spitfire, had gone up the river 60 or
10 miles from Tampico. and tak en possession
of two towns, at one of which he . captured
ten large ' cannoniand a heavy quantity of
ammunition, whiMarl been received from
Tampico when the 'Mekicans retreated from
the city. The two regiments which °vacua
ted-Ta-npico, revoltecl,when they -got to San
Luis Potepi t and were disbanded. They
were opposed to Santa Anna.. Great dissen.
sion ptevaifed at- San Luis Potosi. The army
Was about 16;000 strong, but in a state of
,istarsittiotr.l7 — =There-were-tour-cliflerent
firms._ Santa Anna arrested Paredes act]
Heim. • .• '
The steamer Telegraph, from Brazoi 2Pth
alt.,and Port Livaco on the first inst., arrived
at New °dearer of: the sth, with her flag at
hell mast, having on board the remains of
the lamented Major Ringold, anti Lieut.
Cochrikirin - charge of the Baltimore Corn-.
Gen. Butler is Military commander of
Monterey, Gen. Taylor had been to &hill°,
returned leaving General. Worth in posses
sion of that place. It was the impression
that the whole of the American forces, ex
cept a number necessary to garrison the sev
eral fortsi - in route, would — concentrate re
Tampico. and that Gen. Taylor in going
there will take a line of march, leaving San
Luis Potosi to the right; when arrived at
Tampico and having the necessary forces
to carry on the Mime operations, an mtack
will be made on Vera Cruz, simultaneously
by sea and land,
Another Mexicali Revolution.
The Union of Saturday publishes the fuh.
lowing extract of a letter from an officer or
die army to Washington, dated:
Moeice, Dec. 5, 1846
"The news horn Mexico shows that count
.ty in an awful state of anarchy- San).ll An.
-na-has,gonw-bactrAo-Mexice, T and-lifere are:
only 10 0 000 - disaffected, 'halt 'starved troops
at Potosi. Gen. Taylor ought to be there
new with 9000 or 10,000" troops. It is 'said
Herrera will be elected President, and in that
event "mace will be certain."
This stems to concur with , theest news
from Tampico. florreta Was elected to
Congts with greatiimmimity, and his pop
•ularity is unquestionaVie.
the brig dateS to' the 2nd inst.,
trent ktaiana , hiiin been, reeeired:
lion tO:lbe'prOSPect "of fitting out privateers
Cap!. F.: tells us that a Ifeitiette!' of.
was at Ifs:vane' with ' c ommissions
Aarqne s ,ifmt he: asked film for
the but could . find no purchnsere:', The
i,miresion 'Oitnetiat'Cittripbell thq Amen.
can 'CiniOntVes, thai. no privateers' would be
fitted .eaclit - Naba. It. it pretty strongly be.
liesied4het the reports which' Itul,'lheir way
idto ilie,papers' i rire got up hy,intereatild pat
te,get the,earrYing trade.. ,
. Tinetti Sosts:lnjor Nan , Boren,son ofthe
il•riniti,ifeideii4lnetid ni- - aid to General Taylor
it the 'Binge otMoiitereYi.lotiti CL'Caltioun's
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The'ilerald and Expositor lsoidtv offered to suhsterl,
hers at ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY, CENTS ii year
hut only when paid IN ADVANON. Two &Mare If
'Wm Paid In advance. - We re - Member'
that what we mean by:payi itteghs paying nt
year. We' hope to find non an or 'ungenerous
- itnltTryarik - for - 11 - ftt - thirredneedtermsra fter-tVey.-
ha re let their subscriptions -Itterturrerallunntlis' fiver,
the Omer The tOrald .Isritrr s .the ,, theripeit'peiver • In'
the OMIT. anal MOCllittlidiDf matter cc
air other. Its Hat ofsithsrribers Is 'readily larreasina,
Whirl, renders Ito profitelde advertising medhim. .
Srldl PRI NTD:f4 or nye 0. description executed with
the utmost neatness And at the lowest prises, with
now rind faehimmtde tYPP. The :patronage :or our
triattas respecipipy solicited.
Whit State ConVeinou►
A State Convention, to be composed' of
T)eleaaths from the City Of Philadelphia.and
the several eountiesequal , to their represen
tation hi the_Cameral.Assembly of. this Coin -
moirwealtit; *ill be he at Harrisburg,
• , 04TWs - ay &TA
nt to o'clock in the forenonti,•forthe pmr.est
of Felecting candidates for Governor and Ca
.natCommissiOner to ha - supported, by the
Whigs and the,hiends of the Protectivi'Pol
icy at the- next ensuing election, 'and to trans
act such othechusiness as may
lull - giant to the success of the Whig cause.
J. P.•SANDERSON, •
SAMUEL D. KARNS.
- JOSEPH KONIGMACHER,
. MORTON MiMIPLIA . EL,
' LAMES FOX
• WILLIAM •RUTLF:R,
•J J. SLOCITM.
JOHN R. ENE.,
JOHN H. JOHNSON,
hig - Statet.:ommittur.
Dee. 1. 1846.
. . -..,
Whig County Ocuivention.
ReAlution by the Whig filig Committee.
- Resolved, ghat the Democratic Whigs of
the_saveral_wardC-borcogps and township
ofr7 Ctimberl lid county, be requested to Meet
at their us al places in their respective town
ships, on SATURDAY ; the. 2d of January
next, to-elect two delegates from each ward,
borough and townshipi - who - shall - meet — in
County Convention, in Carlisle, on MON DAY
thed lth day of January next, for the purpose
of appointing two Representative and one
Senatorial Delegates, to represent Cumber._
land county hi the - Whig . State Conventio n
which meets at Harrisburg, on Tuesday the
9th of March next, to firiinniateAtsWhig car;
dilate for Gcoiernor and Canal Commisioner
Abstracts pf the reports of -the Secretaries
of War and of the Navy, will, .be fouild an
An interesting chapt€r from Mr: Bur,
:owes awn :no u emir vanin wt (c
found on nur first page; it is a fair index of
the general character of that useful work. -
04- Our aeknowledgements are .dues to
Senator Cameron, and Messrs. Stewart and
Black, of the }louse; for wily copies of the
Message. • ,
M..RearlEsri., Attorney; General
Pennsylvania, has resigned h'iti °Mee.
Cause not known—Mr. Rend was a MuLien-
Hopes are' indulged that the action
Of the Mexican Congress which wrist() meet
on'the 6th inst., will be of a character tending
A mriticsv REviiiiv.—The December num
ber of the Review has been received. We
have not had time to examine it closely but
it reams' filled with well-written papers on
various subjects. The pre.selit number ,is
embellished w:th a portrait . of Hon. John P.
Kennedy. We trust--the—Review is -ade
quatery sustained„ as ire merits deserve. _
Moats - Vor,utrrectut..:- I -The Philadelphia
Rangers, Capt. Charles . .4aylor, which has
been accepted as the devOthcomPany in the
PennsOvania Regiment, passed through our
borough on Monday evening,' on their way
to Pittsburg. They nnrebered- 001g:eighty,
and are an exceedingly tine body. of Men.,
Whatever lawlessness and rowdyism may
have characterized some of the Volunteer's
stboleft Philadelphia last-week, we are glair
to my. :that Capt Naylor's company deported
themselves Willi all proper,. ilecottiat_end - re,
epect,.manitesting not the odighteit. spirit of
disorder. Capt. Naylor will be recollected_
atthe. , whig,.member_:of__COngress who,,se
sotlntily defeated Tory
,I_,ngeretili a few year's
since. , ,
The - President, in his message talks in the
stereotyped style of Free - TraileT theorists " - of
the benefits to accrue to, farmers hy,,, the ":its.:‘
justion:of thereat. What are the facto?
6 December of last year produce was higher
under the Tat iff 0f.1847-.•=than it is noiti
ter,the Tariff of 1846, although
, the scarcity
broadgreater ,finth, it waii,Then. Ono
stich.facriii ward' all the theories that INN
Thg - cii4olitteei.sitti.Pg.ol,lllllololPhia
to r!iesive,subsCriplicons for the, laeli,efit Of: the I
-Volunteers and their`fenailiesTalu:tintiOr that'
he - rium - recei**ni - srytarteenyt i ff!riiMecOnte=
and solicit . j!i*TiPii4s44,,:e*;:=).4Whgl);o4
coUhtiee. Fsitzto(Orkteiltirtirkett, dons ,Carn,
to , aniy of our friends who'.,nkie.4isipii:ll
jin ectfinding'it publishea'l4oo'o.. , l,6 , our pa=
iitikitegitilswe rapidl y rai'lling‘incT!
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, irOie \ l - tretweert Mr...ll,l4chattait,' .
11(11.1 S e I r t sio . ti.o.,,!to.arylOxitnin',4o4l
iiiliiia -atiiiiiittiOri'lielatiOn to a inigetittitOii'-
irf-Mf.:J 1410a410 letter:' •., - - i vY,..,&.,;y-v,
' : 4 ' Nrilrliiiiiiiii.that you cerisiter nil(totii.r.
m‘micetiorr,rty.yoil kind ankconcilisto,tic , !,li
war eertairdrio tnteeded. . Personotly,*.l.l
base always sinter* J - regiettict the existcnce Of
th tootrapir tiov"do'-islill'iiiiiiiii ,- 7 11*4 - 44 4 '
Aterigt c the; hopei ihat i - -.ender 'YfeltAta- 1,
B - Yste - iii;llinfilB It
,Ite':',:hrinliielyt - ::tiiiiiftta OW
'ARijeia may reboiririrrier•saltliec 3 :iiiirtiOr7;
tunes; and her people maY;teKtit*Tle, 4s.l 9
natural - events. in history ; that.theyvrejßeptil
-lies, 'which might do each other ) :,syt .rneetii
lerect In peace, should .be engaged hi
",For the character of MexicoLthronghout
the world; this.. war has.hedene - Aeod , „elleFt:
No person can
,hereafter dqubt the i velprief
her troops.. Its every,engagemenithey ; hBVe
proved theniselves to.be s mew!' : . :,;<,°,'
Now What-will .-the'4.Volunteer call;I : suolt
sentiments as these; coming trots one .4 the'
Most distin g uished locobiecia in, the latta ;
. Dabiel-Weiister never spoke imterpa'
so. complimentary as
_'these . of MexiCiiii
r iv - kit,, Whig . Air deprecated.
the wit'in StrycinNinistitan Mr. Buchanan
uses.l We itorin-A rkVolunteeri in its future.
dentinciations ol.theWeratastry* ill not allow
'Mr. Blitilitatute to ea .- C:6rd.... . ' ' -- ' •
Krthe Volunteer tells us with sa -great ,
deal of gravity tilat out (thins three thensand
Jpeolpeos' in Cll 'berkind. county . who: toted, .
ler Annexation , tircoly 7 tlsrec have, 'actually'.
offered theivserViceS to 'figtit. Well.lhit'S
encouraging information=the country Will
f(breette freer" new. 'TIM entalitel of:these
honest twenty three entitles them 'll4.lYrtWer
to sincere respecttlity have shown 'that
what they say at the ballot bow they ate
ready to carry out with the rartrieige box.--'.
But will the Volunteer tells us how many of
the blustering teo;iers.of the "democracy" are
amongst these twenty-three 1 — 14 - chu,initity'
editors of locofeco. paperal, How teary of
the stump speakers of 1844, NkildTred
so loudly and laughed at the 'appr'' :.ions
of a War with Mexico ? We will Venture to
say not ntie—tlicy are all !life yet by "their
firesides!" , ,
The whigs boweverAseem determine , ' to
_keep ahead—not in empty professions of
patriotism, but in actual demonstrationi of
valor. kWii heard the:Other day of a young
whig of Mechaniciburg who has bet - ales ,
vaunting Locos an example vihieh ought to
shame them. He -did net merely talk of go.
big tri•Mexico, but.seeing tic Company Itkc
lyto be seised •out .of the three-thousand
friends cif Annexaticin in this county, he im
mediately posted 01l to 'Philadelphia, jollied
- ono4ifthe - compantev, and - 15 --- now- on -Int'
-Way-to : the-Seat-of AV,ar_L..,Ard yot with
hundreds of such casesl4Kin him the Val-.
unteer haettlie hardihood to anen'so !trigs of
friendship for We enemy !,
"Tme patriot , for be it understood....
lee.. e.y,,ountry fur mxcountre!li
The force of this couplet from sortie
unknown seems..tcOlayo "struck in" upon
our friend Gitt very suddenly, and he now
announces a most blood thirsty anxiety to get
down to Mexico. Hut volimteer
without it condition, whichis that the Editor
of the Herald shall go along ! We must beg
leave however respectfully to
. decline, as we
generally "pick our company" and haie
made up 'our mind to wait • for ' the grand
march of the "democracy," whom the lass
N'olunteer anaritnices are ready to oiler their
services "if need be"! ‘Vo have concluded to
wait and go with them. Alter Santa Anna
.has_secured.PeaceAis_expectekthat Jut en-
tire Regiment will bo raised in Cumberland
aounty.eomposed wholly of the "democracy" .
and When they go we'll be
'9l ehiel inning them Inkin' neva,
And Will we'll print 'enn."
But Mr. G. if you are afiaid to go without
company suppose you try and getv friend
Ott- The only hope of Peace which the
Message holds out is lhrough,the anticipated
sucoess,of the machinations of .Santa Anna.
What a startling cimfessioit is:this for Mr.
Polk to Make to the people of the U. States.
Who is Santa Anna? The blood-thirsty
murderer .of American citizens at the
Alamo! The low gatO6ler, whose dig:
nified - passion: for. co4 : figirfing *i ilp_itn.
exile,: iq Havanna, we heard so much
of last .summer!.. And — it is through ,
this nine's expected treachery to his own
carto'ohat are ie,olitaist Peace ! Such
ict,i .: ol#;Aeriiii in a felic's palmation !
ittatrititesscw- 7 :1 Mark II: Parkenson
hits been irrestetlat Nett' Orleans, accusal!
of Itottliug;lutercourse• with the Mexican,
Goveriitaleto, Mr. Parkenson is a' leading
rofgale - ai.
We y your very, questionable as
sertion'fot that, but ; it is alma that the man
who gaye Santa Anna an entrance intollex
ico (o take command of its' armieiagainit us
is a loco6co 1•
( , Ae venal,and corrupt as Santa Anna him ,
self"- Volunteer. ; • .
, And .yet this same venal and coiruPtSlita,
Anna is the man Otiter
ed to Mezico, I;4'ki't';;ie.
---- ',Pine Volinorrinvf - 4-11itu 4inst7iiiitachniont
orvalini!nern which , inn, Philadelphia; did
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; no!-,•bohnyeTiliiiinnelves `vfirrt-vr..'lltOn'itin
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it!%,al ft,tp kiii,!ali . f:c'oliTii4l l ,•• 33 !-iirtruoted
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i lr OW l . l flkilli siiilo 4 ll4o -•- I.4o imnePOlb
Ilion aittittutiiiisterice di xpluntehrs trorri. their
'Mines to Os seat at war. -
' hi' th#L, nate , on the -10th, Mr. Critter
#PlPtilliilt, letT l 9 6o pPPrPvitle&Ai°9o,
jitty, for:O . loers,thusichins a tiil privates, Both
Ogaft,krev and • i•ohitiierx . , - who'a tsiinguished
1 ,1 1- W t iri ii kvOi Ili the ',Mexican, War.— Ile ; air
liAiiik4tbit - h - iih - Olilil - rit: - rtn - entiv -- dav
iniTcuille7Nll7-for — the - -im provemen l —ol
•western rlfers. , ' •
Mr ; Le;vial resolution tint the Vice Presi
dent ?iiptio'int standing committees wits
opposed,by Messrs. Westcott and Mangum;
Mr,. Lewis replied : 10, 18 t 0,23.
Oninotion O:Mi. Sevier, Monday 1 o'clock
,was fixed loithe election of Committees
Votiespondenee of the United States Gazelle,
Sayings. & Doings at Washington.
. • ,Wasiiiacrem, Dec, 9, '46.
- . ,
li...Chandle4 Usif.•-411.interestib,g and
.Fiery ratty ilebate iikung up Oa the'opaniirg,
of the House roorning;',upon Mr, Garrett
Drayls' .. osolution submitted yeAterday, call
,iiig-upeu the President to inforill that body
Whether the extraordinary course pursued by
Gen. Corn Stockton, and Coin.
estahlishirig , - Cliil . govorn - nents in
Ualiforniaiitat New Mexico, declaring them •
to be a part eflhe Milted -States, and requi
ring the inhabitants t , take The oath of elle- -
biancetn.the United SNteti, had b e en pursued:
y the orders of thO President, and if not,
Whether it tnet his sanction.' The debate,
withallt concluded,' occupied the
*bole Alan and was participated in by Mr.
Davia, Mr,' • bouglas„ Mr. Schenck, Mr.
thirillsoM Mr. bet!, Mr. Winthrop, and Mr.
triolmas of Senth Carolina. , .
The gees - non upon the adoption of the
resolution‘ren pending when the. Douse ad:,
jammed yeSterday Mr. Davis this morning .
adtocated its passage and Commented upon
the unconstitutional ; illegal, and most extra
ordinary. assumption of power by Gen. Kear
ney, and Commodohir - Slochpii, acid esiieei-
proclaniation of thelaner. Ills ob
jeet he said, Was to ascertain Whether these
fUnctionaries had acted in this manner by
order of the ,Executive, and if riot, whether
the txecutive hail sanctioned their proceed.
ings. De wished to know by what authority
Under the constitution or the laws of nations,
these - public Officers had Undertaken to
establish olid grolernment in fotaign and
detlgtictred territories, and to Style thernselVes
" Goeirners and ComManderS in
Mr.:Douglas replied and contended that
thish authority was exercised by the •Et-glit - of
contest, an t i that It was prinetiOned by the
laws of nations. lie insisted that, not billy
had - they - the' right, but it was their ditty to
establish - gcverrorrentioSie• • •
Mr. Davis replied and control erted
- Datiglas' position that the laws of nations
gave any such authority. he asked .
had not general Taylor assumed and exerci
sed-such authority at .111ontetey Ile. hail
done no ninth :Regal act. , Ile had called
Orion noltdeiienn - swear allegiance-to the
_United •States,lie nad issued no proclamation
annexing the._comitry to ours.and lie had not
"-‘ , ricetrtroi"
the people to elect a tgislatinti—no such
,11iiralaras.earrie - diirewocc OrOpliiipo
idsnilemen as tai
inteniational law upon the subject :tinder
discussion, which was left unsettled, or ratli
was - yielded by 11r: - Douglas: .
Mr. if took the ground that the officers
referred to, General Kerurkey and Commo
dore Stockton, were awing under military
law,_ Jul.] were therelote despotic. Inter
alma silent !eget,. WO a maxim appli able
to the present case. file was unwilling that
the Call should be ensue Open the executive,
Inkaidricit think it would nmuint to any
thing. It was true, as the gentleman from
11)- fiad said that these men Were satraps:
they exercised unlimited power, rind could
administer the laws, or establish them- just
as they might think fit. They could even
order the citizens to he shot, though they
would be hold responsible fin whatever they
Mr, Schenck vrtyksurpriseil at the extraor
dinary positions advanced by the zeoileman
from S. C. and commented upon them with
great force. Mr. Davis had in his remarks
alluded to the tact the government establish
ed by Gen. K earney w,as hide the hounds
clalinted for Twins. In reply to this Mr.
point open the Rio del Node to which he
.claimed Texas ter extend. Mr. Schenck
now dwelled upon this point, lie had oath,
to do with Mr. Douglus and his speech; he
cared not whether he churned the , 'ltio clot
Node from its mouth'. its - son rce. , nr. .any
point abort of that,- for the boundary. of Tex
es; the . controversy ht this matter was with
the President, nod in insisting that' Gen.
-Kearney had a• right to treat, Smith f . e.tka
foreign, conquered cottr.try, - ke'ntlorned seem
ed to have forgotten a document which they
thentaelVei had lauded, butry6Faettlay.lll -- A
very fulsome_strain of oulcul he manta the
PreSident'ir MatAsage. At the- mention of
this document the Locos picked tip their
ears and gave 'attentive heed. Mr. Schenck
then teed, front the Message' itself a passage
in which... , ,mr: claims the Rio Del,
Nide . ornitilta* - 6eitth - to - iti source, as 'the
- boundaiyorTexas. According `to the Presi 7
derit,:theri Santa Fe was a part Of one of the
States of this Union, and if he had aidliorized,
Gen:Kendiejr.. eitahlish n civil governinefif
there=-ii jthiir the 'Stile of Texas, by, his own
shoWlfig,ilda washable to, 'and' ought to be
impeached. hut hewould inquire of a gen.'
tlemiii . .l4l .Oli
present . ' iii'.the hull;
hall• 'Who ' . ought
to knOW'Otere bookie` of Texati'Weie,
• whem.thiy wire? He put" the. question to
. Mr. Piltilitiry, who represents, the Weitern
themselves ..ittioht'-ilte'.Matterl' it didn't
of ' h'''
matter , what yern t ey. at ,
so.the.eoitrilliiv*gsitrernial. At ibis reply,
a load AaUgh , wili i - 'iniserit.itpon Aliii - "Loeotopo,
- .siderof iliet-HOuse;' l `.`But- Sch'e'pek le not
' the ranklybefdattitlettor bluffed d :an thing
irifrginfeMC.,..:llo 7 .retoitinrimitiediatekirlhat.
'fhqt:icite 7 ikin*iyiegl . AherLdidß 7 t-c4i*:illat,
*nti - gediefnifdl "TS.S that tt!ey.cOnht.::_iiiiir,dilf
!itklf 1 5 . ttioitf.'qlut.! tlie . '''friOdi - of
government • thet,-bid *ishaki " foe'. a'
republicitii!hirin "of rifert,toittitiiinii 'dint the'
form ; -, of •the,; cot etitnfjon: r: lie kilo ;fiat
elusive orbinfOicilii: eared 'not [or°'the
• fontiof. -, ilie gotiniundriu'ar tho'ccitiettietipne
411. - ttvey . ;oitititpd . or cafedloi.
. Teniarkg; ,. *tliah " were tiiublr'',more
Itto fnitid*iii:piiilgelitihari'Ffini.fi Media
told' , With biting 'Wee!' 7 tOitin
r then,,t,efetcetl.tq Ptcs9 l 4illatimr - Pf
Clitit. , l3l*Oticio;,hon t ,yittioli,he itti#o:.passages en :
; 0411;1104 Wit' ihn7wfto,
hief.of the` Military, forcbd'b '
00400 4 4000 6 v`POuiAlkir :41 3 00009. 1 h:
thitikOitt.*ol'.oo*,slo)*liti',..A r raf#minti';
. , .
I„ . eP, A -s
12 . 4 of thoXon . p9totidtr is:.Suc ttn,office . r,.re,
oognizert T , Nttrete , nt'' the 1 lanthortzing
Ahe Pregident id Xtitiesint larch . ' itifficjir r ap d •
-what- is' h'fisalairt - .. l Theie - .l4o.qfteltiond_,
he desired id .hatr ,rened. NI, . . 7 0.1
Bir,..t.'apokelifeit . if(detablerflengthi a i
waif foltoXved,by.fdr: t inthrogtrho - jeAfw, -.;
l liftt - -*thlit - itartkotO r tif,e47llgyfirl - eatiY;l7 -11 4;*.
'referred to Me la ne of Mw'?bik, til - 410:
Ntessuge which' deprecated any discussinn of
ttre war and tfilit causes which led to it•-a
-1 amottnting to _ treason. . Thit (potation of,
and. Ittlarlrtng the : words,
,!.giY,:frig, conifo td,
the`etietity"-iiaWftignificiint: It AV - iiiteritr;
deal toeilanc,e, deb,- to cartatlitit litorty of
ve,ech , , that sncred right. Which lay at this 'ye.'
ry J6119(11,4°1) of freedom. no, wits.giart the'
tlfbate-hadrarised r and so , sdon , alter the_ le
. = , ....i. inrmnatze by the Presiderft,
were - not to:be silenced branyilireat or in-.
sinuation from the Executive, and he trusted
that the discussion *Mild be carried' on with
the freedom of, raj - nark. in, Whicli imas pro-
perfor - the - reprosentatives of the ,:American
people to indulge. The lecture - which had
been read to them from the. Executive, was
a most significant one, and marlted the spirit,
of m wiern de mocracy. . •
Mr. %Vinthrop then referred to the mes
sage and called attention to the language of
the first sentence. The President congratm.
Inter' theth, • among other things, 'upon the
rapid exterisimi - pl - -our territory !' Ile• had
already on a former occasion„congiatulated
them upon the acquisition of Texas. so. that,
he coifd trot now refer to that extension of
- our territory, nor could he allude to
because, 'according to big views .(not Mr.
W.'s) ho'had, given up one hal! of that which
belonged to us. (A laugh.) He could there
fore only alluile to the acquisition Of the
provinces of New Mexico; EaDqinfjp, &c
It was true ; that the .nriestiagbpdVe sif the
possessiOnof these as temporary, "but tt also
said that it Wonld become necessary to take
steps for holding. theni, and Congress. was
called upon to make appropriations for
building forts in them. This looked like an
intention to keep permanent possession.
And moreover. the self constituted Govern
ors had established officers whose tertri WHs
fixed for a period of four 'gears,. This • did
not, at any rate, look - like - holding temporary
possession of them.
Alr.,)Vinthropeferred to and 'stated, what
he conceived to be the law of nations"upon
the subject of fithiffg - posseSsion;and - govern ,
in conquered provinces. They had only a
right to ternpoiary• possession, to hold them
until yuare was restored-and a treaty made.
.Mr. llotines•expressed his .surprise at the
doctrine advanced by his colleaghe, Mr.
Ellett, and that lie sir till hate admitted, up
'on the floor of the legislative.porly,of a. free,
natjon—a nation of laws, which insists upon
the supremacy of the law it) all cases, such
a principle as "Inter A ulna, silent legts."--z
The laws were never-silenced here,hy arms,
nor did-he admit that our arms could silence
laws any where. If that doctrine were true,
we sere no better than filer' anciermand
min~Northmen, who ovedhrowed anti took
possession of thrones.trampled the people in
the-eust and-establislied their own-lawsnpon
the rui l is of liaise of the ilnicpiered people.
Ile adinitted nn Mich ialtt^bolie.part 01-our
naval and military conotturfiter-sovritt - fte eon , .
damned thecourse they had pursued in Mex
ico. He was.for Ids country and the consti
littion.and,when upon to.choose be
tween-them and Mr. Polk, he 'Aphid not
long hesitate whioll . fo choose.., - -Ho was in
laver of the _resolution and react:Len:arm passa
ges horn % . ritiel, • Wlrtelr - trad - tre
by _some one Who had preceded himtrrahow
that a.coliqueror.coald ( my acquire tfie.right
of the sovereign or ruler of a country, and
could finly hold that temporarily. That he
must conform to the lasso and usages of the
country, arid allow till people the benefit of
them. - Mr. A. said he Alitl not believe that
Polk had authorised these officers to
issue the Proolariiitions they had issued, if
he (lid, it was nn evidence that he was lune.
rant of the first principles of international law
and for one Ire-was ready to pass censure
upon him for it.
Mr. Hudak obtained. the floor after Mr,
Holmes, arid the use then adjourria.
I greatly mistake the American people, if
they do not desire to know by What authori
ty, and right, our Military and naval officers
declare large territory of foreign country to
belong to the United States, and establish
,civil gotarnment, appciint themselves, goy
,_emen,(,,,and their Inends'Jucms,_Sheriflit or
Marshalls,strateS Fee.. fixed7tV34 - tefrirl
during which - ther shal t ; hold their offices;
their saries, an not' only that, but
establish a legislatere, determining how
many members it shall consist of, when and
where it shall nit ; and, -Mcleod, exercising
alt i the prittar teal authority of a despotic
' monarch.. fleetly, if this can be dope with
Corresponth:nce of Atki!f:icah,
W#IP lA, 0 .0 N) D 6O . / 1
II the tnajonty,, io &bide to'sti•
fie the very 'roper tiifitted bt Mr.
Davis, as to the inStriaitions anti
Sfockton, and SlOat, the subject will be intros
dined before the Senate, where those thing
are not so readily disposed oE •
Thereis no antherity fat the statement piO
mulgatsid through the Locofoco prints . that
Col. Benton is to assume •the leadership-for
the Adtninistmtron in-i:the Senate. Sinee..it
came; WO potterhu hUs stood purposely afoot,
and•given it na_more_countenance_or_co-mp—
aration than his political associatkis &Imam
ded. It is not, therefore; probatiWthatcow,
when half M its limited aistence has expir- i
ed, and" when tte ,strongest declat aliens of
public *opinion have been etpressed against
it trim all quartets of the country, he should
identity. himself witVits fulling fortunes.—
There is an end to all conjecture,. however,.
on. this subject, TM Col. Beincni bas , very .tm:
reservedly-scoateibet-the iden.---,, (lezfeehr•ltis-
Own dignity and. pensequenco , too : :matililo'
lake the responeibility 'of the titsnrthaMrtli .
frilin'Oioiiiimioo Aid . adritkiStratiprii from.
itti l l,;00 ; fri;)ti 'feet.. ,, . - „., g :-. -. , 4... -,..;',
,Letters have-been- received here !rem': re 7 -
iirObabiliff of Mr,. Cliei:eleetion tU:t U:;:ra-
Caite. : Y:Ai::eeCur,by.:Mr.,Wictrehertatt retire , .
iiiifilt - -;,i'ihiv , ilielidifs!te.T.tes , esnd' 1'4'4 11 1
ahall , recurlo'lluseeubjenoyllnbetter elle !f :,
sett 'ef .ell the feet5:,;_....1,:::::4'44.;-; ' . ':,.:.'-• '''
"i- Wa r ihni the Tillowing- in -the' -.Washington
C'oustspoOdenee Of "ilia 'llelihnoja; Patriot:
l • i , i , colni nes i ers , §ieweit "T,0,i 0 ,0 1 5,,14:t4:). ilk
aiilp}iiii i iikibinii 'any. oidere lo pbseaell:to,tbu
' GulPh. tcl take cern tiat4 ;:at ihk - eadnilion
.thare: , 'lt.it'epleins'diet `iti." - tbsi,hitoiliav,i;,lie,
, hadwiih thst - P,iesiderV,an;thi,lsubleet; the
.latter'v: . isbeil c he 'eh - lie - the' rerpboilibiloyi oi alt
attempt; to lake the Castla of San Juan d'Ullea
ftomt his own' shattlittnaio'thestcol the , valet
ialigeitiin telordi4Y)aiii•ipg it 'to , h hi Illsolof
!lei; to 6 ,,eitteit the q Coigri or' not, iii.liiii Lit
,oko tt e,g=siwcomisodore L sio;*aiat 'V ,.
, 010 I Win axdor;ll:lll.,ta We tinil'tkiiiii t It i r it;
lien; : I will- obey ' n ; your 'enlefi - eV& illt >
aid do my
,best loit keitlaitrinrii4-atit,
aamo , ,thetteseehtilbilitY el lifif,aintiir&tie!4- 1 ,
,Thei`GO”liigiOtiVit AilliYnat'il fe'' , lbe't'r44or
,ulitlor the4o . 4rournitinceoPWC:if Ca'inti4!
slcifeBtoWatlititaigottlit*lrlii , PhiladilphliV ,
I.o l ;o 4 . o iiif t•rokeiktivot , Wial RIM* fit illek 1
- -W.ekifind- inNtillis ~NentS, I ork Courier: - and
Erpiire? - tiat'i it'nfthis - POStiilitititirDeriet:
ah . :l;:jt ; • -the' kif,terev,S . ty,-and-laltt plain
and 6:3f tblO
..Xii t esittOn"OktiitAffitiftl Cifllik
dePariinent dining. the yiiii 4 .'• This?, inc ome'
Of therPOst Ofilicidiring thins `year 14idifiethe;
Ocrease of '062,624. 4ti. Phis dimintilien
'arises chiefly from loss on letter postage, but
aMong othereauses are mentioned exprelises,
by whichletters are , teg - plaily delivered, the
collection - And transmissipoJetters - , direct- -
'ed to di ff erent' persons, under ' Vi'e envelope,
by which the. department - getgort , the rtAg.re
gam *elghti - but a dellarterlsOrt , poinage,
litierTirsh - ould - have - five - .7'orlyli-dollais.- -
P -- Criti - TletteTtiV - me - also -- nitiderthe - vehicles
-011ratalrintlAiteirarnentemass of .printed
circulars, transient iiteMpapers, etc . which
are not c:allkd jefierit)' Wiped, constitute a
heavy item of expense in thejnatter of trans 7
portatimi. , To these must be added the,
:I dead - 'l6iteri," - which Unit:teat . tn newly two
To remedy these" evils, he recom mends
thaithdrate for single letters. be reduced to
one quarter of !aOlvunce,,pkeept in case of. a
letter weighing . less than , half.anieunee and
Anitteri, on 4 single sheet. 'That the same
power .granted to the Iteireime Departinent
to prevent a iliolatien of its-revenue laws, be
granted to the riait Office Department. (This
it need haring' be. Said, Would not be tolera
ted, - Men may be,permitted to tumble about
goodejAnd :bent after silks among. teine, nr '
fine wool- among• cotton - , but it Will 'scarcely
answer,lo make thel.tingersi,pf , the depart
ment - busy aronrid -• the - seals; 'end- 'intimate
with the contents - Al the •private -Corresprit
dence 'of Ilareciuritry,p . , ' - ' : -.. . . .
.' - I:6116W Yelating ' to . kirgekS, - lin Ahinki i
AMA& be 'unSetiled ,sin d' subject tin the inspec.•
ticin of . .Post Offik'aiggent, anc.f.that, postage
on newti'paperslie rib edjustnif as to eptiMach
more nearly the cost Of Wenn:nudism. and
clelifery,,- (We are afraid - the Postmaster
General will find the matter of cheap trans
portation of newspaper a necessary evil.)-
- Transient newspapers, or others sent by those
who are not publishers should, he thinks, ue
higherthan others. All printed matter, go,
should be prepaid or rated donble: This last
suggestion is a very:Onnil one, fir if 41 ear
-1 respondence is worth anything at all it is
worth.ptiying for. ,
The ineorrie during the period above men
tioned,‘Eas 94;084.287 ...7, and the deficiency
as compared with'thereceidis - of 6597,097177
This deficiency was - supplied by drafts on
the contingent lund of 86.0,0130 proiided far
by hvv. . .
On the 30th Juno there were 14,69.1 post
Offices:: 876 were established (twin"' (he
year. and 499 discontinued-making an ac-.
tual increase of 4'18.: At this time the num
ber is 14,703. Nearly one-third of the post
offices in the United States have been volun
tarily vacated since th 9 act of 1845, owing tb
the consequent increase of laboi and the
abatement of privileges and compensation.
The onerous • manner in ----- ciltiCh the 'law
presses on Postmasters _ and clerks is briefly
but dearly shown; but - while the evil is la
mented rto remedy is suggested.
It is evident the Postmaster thinks tht
Department should ...have_ contd.)] of the lines
of telegraph, and he again urges hiS opinions
upon thboattention of Congress. . • , ~
The folliwing_is a.iy_nopNia of. thd Raport
of Mr. Walker, Seceetarrof - the - Treasury.—
We learn from it that • - • •
The rveeipts of t d government
for the peer ending 30th of
June 1846, were ii 29,499.249 06
Add Whine° Of Ist of July '45,
Tcitttamt!ttnt of rpeone
The ex peadittirUs during sarnn—
Balance in Treasury on Ist of •
duly, 1840, was . 50,04,4119 os
The Secretary-filen esfimates that the-whole
amount of receipts_ itimthe Treasurer during
the year ending July 1, 1847, frotii glisten - A,
loans' &c. l wiltbe 650,462,1`/0 68.. whilst at
the same time the expenthtsrds will amount
to $55,241 ; 212 09. The hugest portion 0 1
this experiiiiiiire will of course.be on accotott
of the army. _
The Secretary then proteeds. TWO mil
-lions-of dollarksheuhlb_e_kept in the Ti
toy_esPectAtilly'litime of 'war. Though the
Mftlial.delleit on 'the 80 kale '4B, may not,
exceed' $19,090 4 10, it ii Itiortant.to hait , e',
then a surplus of 84,060,00 . Ile Teton) . -
mends theteloro a load'of 523,000,000 t un
less additional Revenue can be raised. Ile
therefore recommends a duty of 25 per"ieni
- on—Tra - and-toffre, - which would render a than
of 19 millions sufficient. fithingthe fruit fis
cal year there were 16.891,020 pounds of
tea consnmedin the United States, -valued
at $3,973;337.- ' There were also' conseened
124,936,054 pounds of mike, 'inifu'ed di S'7,:-
802;894. A' duty of '2s'Per vent, on these'
sums-would raise a revenue of $2,916;t57 75
or allowing for deerMise of imports $2,500;900'
He recdomniends that the Tariff on Tea and '
Coflemiliimild take effect on .the_fust of Jan
daryilitit is iii three weeks from this time.
If that duty` iernot laid It:3 apprehends enthir
tasim'ent Id obtaining the loan: The loan
he'thilikenilineld be for a terry of 20 years.
lie 1110.690 3'a that the revenue was de,
l elining at dier date of the mpeal of the 'Para
of. ?42, 'The receipts being some 800.000
lesslatlt year Iliad - the previous 'one-. This
heqittiibuters to the SpeCific dean.
Theeduties until:O. the new Thrill; ins Rani
more, Philadelphia, and New York-, the
first 5 day's of Dec. 40,-were 9416,802 '97
Do. fintt'llve„dayet'of Dec. '45 1 1 08,274 50'
Duties this,ypar estimated at 27,835,731 00 ,
The Sub-Treasury law is next discussed,'
and sevet al defects arepoirited out. A Branch
51int.is recommended at. Now York: . The
' °coining of foreign 'currency is' advise& . '
, Tfre-nOW Tariff receives a labored sloth
catitilli,,s , Thisis about as much a relittfre,,,Of
th6 , -Repory-fis'l he War is of The ',Preaidenl'al
Meskago. ''Tli'iigOod effecis'ef the:,ol'w sys- , ,
teiikare'refettred to.' ,Tlie farmers are, 'espec
iiii...y fefdireil,:to'. l , Re
egitinskiliciPOleciive,'poßcy.'?, 41y..a table,
he',iittempl,?.f,e,g!Vc4-Viallhe aggregate value
tif,miiteu s riecolienl,,iyo rT lnd Indian corn, oats
and barley :Was,on the 35th. of ..July i -18401
theist .Dempber ,Whelithe new , Tariff went
into 0ffecti1 1 18.9,287;565-i-7iiiklitg:asonggrW
.gate diffpreirce.ilidhe_Price l of_Slls,9ss,B49:
~ TheSecietary,thiaks that uncier thd" nail
system ivelstibulit soon expEolS9gari'Mulast.
'sea t ,Woo),gemp .. and - CellehmtiquOtct,nreri
and ' evenithni, . 'Pm air- **NM .9'04319"' iii
I:itiiitered . .,,',,Tlottmy,Taliff it ill' enikl'Atlfilold .
'More reyeaue. Iliaft, that of 02.-:::7,7'77T' ,'„l';',;'"i'..
HP:fe'Ve'lltr.lti'ailti:the reduclioir Atagrailii;
afion orthe i publie, , fiindOn ; lievor tif.tiettlittrie
ThikaMOunt now atibject. to ,sale:. au...private
elifty, exeeils'=':(4o,CTOilliptily_of 'acres : , :Phi , '
Ilcirot . ofit'billtikilrie"Parfitifici'is -reciiinitieti
't*lttenlreintlitf }louse last' riesiiion,"..-...:: -,, -....'.'''
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TOefoption,: , ,l4niiii: i mie 'liiiy.pt ,1111poral
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topics billed lan tati'ortri:-.'.
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The Treasury Rcpdrl.
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I • : • 'l'4o49l,Tl•Slite Terr tort'.
ti) . see the 'NettlierniPiviis'
talkino , . grpund reference,to the
• Pri.i4o: 4 ololl . r'd by the South for annex,. .;
ing:apertioMflitTexice to the Union as tv
Sliivejtirrit4k,'i Tt is the duty ; says. the RC-
.c4ster4intirteani---of-Worther n men „and
Ailithern:±:Piiiines at this time to unileceir~'
our . Southern brethren ,in this_point. ,No "
Slave Stale carved out of Meilen can ever
be "admitted'. Human bondage must never'. •
east ilii",.bnigmettrilaotv upon, another - loot •
of the'Tjaki; The Northern members rt
t.longresSreithateTer.p,aity, who •shall"riiit
cippose . tailitiAttmost its Wilber extension,
will :be, jpetly and-. inevitably
- tirtivers - dl rcrrob iitiiiK ucl i is the immovat
ble deternlination ofNeithotn
BALTpfORE A II TPITTSDITEG.—The board of
Directoti olthe Baltimore and Ohio Beilroail
Company, have adopted resolutions i 6. the
effect that a 'meeting of the stockholders is
to be called • in; the Month of February,, that
the Board of Directors ommend to the
meeting the santion of a subscription of
$600,000 to the 'Pittsbiteradd Connellsville •
,Railroad, to . be.exnendod !hat Vint of the
road between .Pittsburg rind Smithfield-(niter
the-Marybind Line ; ) provided the Pittsburg
and ConnellsvilleCompany will give a pledge'
that do connexion shall be forined with any.
road, without the consout ol- the Baltimore
and. Ohio Railrdad Coinpany, Cori...Maher
thir(thetolli on tbe Pittsburg. 'and Connellir
vine road are -to conform to those ton ,-the
Baltimore and Ohio,.ilailroail. The, former •
company is also to'be required:to show. that
their portion of the means for completing ths
the road to the Maryland Line 'will be lor,
fished as may be Wanted. •
THE WHIGS AND THE ADMINISTRATION.-,
The Washington correspondent of the t'. S.
Gazette says that the Whigs in Con gress iu
tenslirtgresant-tio'obstacles whate.vr. to any
measure of the administration having in view
the vigorous prosecution of the war. The
war existingi'they hold it to-be theinhity-to—
furnish all the means necessary to proscenia
it with vigor ; and to bring it to a successful
termination ; but while they do this, they
will hold the ad.mmistrietion to its responsibil,
ity, not only for the manner in which it is
conducted, „law-for- bringing it , ttge
country without just cause. • 11"
Cej- The quota of Volunteers faille war,
from Massachusettt, wilt be brought into
service by companies. One company .is
now full ; and is commanded by Captain Ed
ward Webster, a son of Senator Webster.
0:::7Mr. Gilt ought certainly to give-the
name of that •, tory" \Tito would rather fight
the Americans than the Mexicans : to the
public. - • '
pliikaclpl i in Markt.
Monday Evening, Dec. 1 Ith.
• . invit
day, nail standard brands are held al $4;25; bin is it
out sales except some small ,bets of Obi! Western,
which is scarce and wanted by the coin
Meal- Demand improved, nigh further inter tin t ha
extent of 3500 lbs. l'entl'a. at $3 121, including 5150
liarrels at 3 10. Rye Flour—A sonallinele.4.l repelled
nt $3 021... Wheat—None arriving, geed Penult, yip.,
.are offerid•nt 103 a 104 c ;• the only saleisfahnu4.sl l l
bushels w eor
hite at Ile. in store. n-91itt Itttle
and nonthernn yellon stationary at 21c. Ws—Three
cargoes Southern sold at 30c. hiskey steady at IA
a 21c. for hlnls and bap. - ' • • -
tl q oar
On the - lath Wit. by thrt Rev. Alexander ithartb Mr.
Itonewr Micaer. to ELIZABETH only daughter of
!Olin McCulloch, uhtof- Newton tovenahlp --
dtTetehtte, eQi•t n nallthiVillneee, on Thuredre
the 3d Ink. 31f. beihrt. s flowittie; aged 100111 fU year'
HEALTH! 0 BLESSECS HEALTH!
Thou art above all gold and ttriaques 'II
Ilion' who ealargest the soill=and ope;let.:
all its p . cArers to tecelye instruction, and of
more to wish for; and he that is so wretched.
as nalrave th . eitf not: wmits every thing. beside .
Let as h,6 thankftil bran/fill li's Pill; giv
its hafth=let then these blessed Pills.,which
a century's pse has fully est:dill::0 16 be
file Vest metfleine O'er &wowed on
For the prevailing ,colds and coughs, they.
- Mat - medicine its •
capable of imparting:
4 4 lii in' (alC l tax§
Sore Agent for this Borough..
Stephen falbeftsert Shrppernt,*g.r
Breneman, (.7 N e'We , ti
A. Q. Miller, White
lI Rimer, Shiremanstown.. •
J. d: S. A..CoyIW, IlogestoK n..
James Kyle, Jacksonville. •
S. L. Sentrnatt,Newvilis. . •
Rider & Diller, Boiling Springir. • ' •
Da. WISMAR'S BA 1.9A711 or -WILD CIII:ItItr.47
;Elie extraordinary success - atiendirig.the trite'
of this . medicine, in diSeristr ; of
i f he many singnlar curt s il bass elteciell,„havir
ing _torally attracted the attention of many,.
physicians, as Well as the wholeJraterinty
quacks,. variouiconjaciniesLnini , fs'armareu . -.-
' Neve arisen respecting its ; sontO7
irhysicianshave!. , Upprseil rt to,coutantiotlitie,
other ignorant pretenders sarit.trinst "contailt.;
mercury. and. to Fume "such substance
each attribute itit4ingular eflicaCy.
opinons are altogether etroneons, and 0h:i,n . .,„
lated to 'pr e judice ninny., persons 'againit
il'.itD6t 01. 7 R. UG NOiI. „..
That it contahor nothing of this kind,'or env
the least on_ the contrary, it,.
composed of the tnost L e;tople substantes,the
principal of which are the eAirticts'of tsi'innt
Wild cherry bark ? and the wholestieret pi its
efficacy consists to the` ritooti:by .: ,wpielt
are prepared,. : .,. , . „!,L •
none gruitte:Wiihett i the written
or thid,beough, ; • • , Lt •
I ' COIOITIPATION OF I UF, PONV.VI3OV-Q0.114#.4"1
iiesei,lienditehel;giild Mein? pain - ' '
and 'breast, nausea anesielettiSssi
petite, yellow or swarthy'coinplaßioiOlte4 %
are the* beret ettnplora.der,
Wrig/a%vlnditni•Vegetal4a Pitleirif always
remove o abbi'.4§ o o l- 14 4 i.qt.4,1 1 M 1 i,"..
oausertlitY • Pulto TraY P
ni the hotly
humors which - are tfiYeiie?; At
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tO' A ett l l3l4;'o .s A o el bPrArei
in all castle give relisiVend, PerSeverlinee'Wglt.: -
mostessurodlidrive.dY o J;y,
ihe.ltnntaph , . anti iboil.la s l4
all' bilious 04 , 01111 a humbratairklltierefirtit'pf
dimtkqo op, t
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