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hires optional, cept when &mantra arP paid,
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UT .adv ertise by the *t.
ha se raii to ensue att4tlon. • . . _
1, POETRY .
*turns rinarn , TIAN ATM 1111234111*
Dent wife, acme malty / years have !lowa
Itstelot 01141111604 to snarly ;
Thal you Was ratbeirtylne, I own,
lOtt than I wast i all JO tatty,
In siacte state full_ enough
lie livid, and wished to tty khe double ;
Fdalnieblp 1.4 festal but meagre snag,
401 rails an evanescent bubble:
F ees books do steel a ilium cum,
'l6p soothe are In whys ionisore times,
Anit 'nit*/ prose seemed nay time,
A r id still more stuald striagtat rhymes.
drama I announced a bare, •
I l iarettot for a edible (mke%
fhlikes and characeis of yore,
'Oren pakten aonienee was the fashion.
Th4e was a cacuusal any bean,
s wet of strange ithd constant longing;
...kri4 through my brain what thoughts would dart,
Ons , many shapeo l i gO wildly thinning!
MY.yeeli" ars, that were like a feather,
iliesour so beavy,ead, peculiar ;
i gummed it was the weather,
Alld Ora my ancient sercet-hatart, Julia.
Bdwben the fonneSsreen quite warm,
Is h ii glide a. warsitly untied the tenet,
I (bind not neither sun mar stares
nr rune. Julia nial the [natter •
Who is it dim ?" madly
4 It omit be eeme euCb etanning fairy
A'Fpveliel one," my Smut replied,
1 • Debts:as, dear,
ArVote you doubted, then refused ,
- , 10 I. to my sudden Wooing, ~
BA when you paused and wily mused
ki,7potityour charainand my soaping,.
Yrfot yodel brenaterlenting knew .
ttiinft, eating of LoceinfibUnfe emotion,
Add nosily repaid the Ira .
likep ferviir• of iuyiseurr dechtirol.
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SWOet wife! did I not tell you moth ',„
lists we shouki always Sum each ottset," , ...
That 1 wouW ahras be In unlit ''.,.
• if S ..nor mots' than husband„ father, brother? N N.
Alf i what lase you not4reh to me ',,
fey loa., my SoYAIIY pride, my ummam% •
Silpe twenty year l u yt iba&tet i witli Ike, ' , .
kedreama of re an pleasure.
Feast Ciiiciei kourisat.
It , tIC Lowe Story, •
Thatitbelcourse of true love never did run
ootlt.. has been again proved by a CireAlni
is ~ . cc [filth widelt e were made acquainted a,
since, or some time back a widow
) y - resided • 1 the upper part of our city,
a' ose inlet and ,: tired manner led' her to a
v ,"*.l suety aim .st entirely. She was only
own to her n . ghbors, and by them but
sl Ji.tli, She ha; ,no ehddren,. was scarce
t., rty 1p appea ,1. and was remarkably good
1. 'kin ' with a 4.• of the mournful cast, winch
a - re • sso often Noose for their heroines, and.
'eh , reds slosh ......a charm to the features of
t e petve order: It was known of her that
se b been married to 'a man much older
t se t4rielf who bad died and left her in conk
* circumstances. About two weeks
s ae Liwrentiordle omnibus drove up to
r d, r, and shelstepped into_ the vehicle for
(lei."., se of vi4t? be villar There was
o , bout
t i lt ;
tie' e age wit
AI ; nunutesl
gentle ' made • the
attent ii 4 the : Ay, ano --
~ veil!ins wer, e bled the stranger to get a
glut ?)If her feat . An ejaculation expres
siveel ci •ffisprise escaped him, and a scream from'
• the La y proved hat she was startled in no
slight kgreq. • I" “Charlesr and ini a
some* a scene ly -witnessed off the eta e'
was piarformed in the omnibus. TheiSople
who had entered the carriage 'as strangers,
*ere i 4 ea& 'otheit's arms, the.lady in tears the
geatlWa midi; *ng - by. lia:voice an d care i,..
tea, t h e extreme joy. -
In 'so daysl nger, the widow was no lon
ger a widow,, no the stranger a bachelor. ' I ,
Th ‘. secret of his sudden change of circurn
s is this :
S e twelve years ago, the two persons
who . names e. have given as 3tary awl
Char ' resided in a little town of Weitern '
Pe lyaaia. : e former was the belle of
the _ Re., 'and he latter, some 'two or,t t bree
y 136 senior, was ;tier I*r. ThO Inaich
was, ' 6 3' 1 4 . aeitlV to th 4 friends of bqth
parti _ ; the yo log man .hbantig six **eel( tit
cha - ter. Be fore the ; time fixed 'fitr
however, suit:odium psiiis: - ill ~ • ' q'
lover ranting Mini front,COMOSative ~. , iris
to ' ury i and t the it - stance: of her relatives,,
the ent _ postponed and litianiluip.
ken. f.. I 2 - in -spits lor:tliiidOiible:M4-
fr= .'e s iro , . left his boi4, - no ol*liiiiir
. . ~ A., ea ;or tr= afterwards, inS
into . table for tholoes Of lierlciver,,attraCtild
the 'on of a
near this city. ; Ilk, a,' lakeScle;* : 1W
f as to v'' •lisiaiiii,e ,of her, 'dit t os&
fe 'her :else 61 to4r wpm of hie -) 4 04
she e-what scalierat auliCesitta*A
in " , '.. ' e:iidiOldviseliclor.,L d; Three
* ' after- • , .• ' sursitiskaler - - - intsbilieb Aid,
let he rs . - ..aimarto:AiioiiiilLow,
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- - Air Lloulajnie ' '.
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has resided; for nearly seven unkiwering
and thilinOW4-*living only in the ivorldctif a
mournful memory, enlivened only 'by an . cke-
. nhe might yet 'meet
her heart'a'che en:
By a singular`, coincidence he happened be
in our city where he had arriveC. a fewilays
before from New Orleans, and *as paYitik a
visit to the garrison on the day on whiel4he
called the _omnibus for the purpcise of arbek
torsion in the same neighborhood. They.li:ee
ognizedscach. other in a moment, mutual
nations 'ensued, he was still unmarried, amther
wildest. hopes were realized by her - union pith
the husband of her girlhood's 'choice.
We have the names of the parties in
tie romance in our posseision, and would live
them if it were necessary, The !-!bridegrOku
had gone to the
,South, success has cro4ned
I his efforts, and he is by this time' on his ay
I with his bride, to his plantation in LouisiMm:!
1 The history. affords Material forlialf a d'izen
I novels, with a proof that roinantiOattaelenentsl
are extant in this humdriun world of our;—
IWe hoe that the parties may live to eoy
throngh long years of happiness, the rewa rd ofl
their fidelity' to their early vows. •
Nagsvo and Its. Templ e . ' 1; 1
We take the following interesting info&a
don from a forthcoming volume of - Mr. (.Ibas.
Latunan, about the, Upper Mississippi. it is.,
dated at Nauvoo, in July 1846. : , The aut hor
On ,my Way up the Mississippi, -I tarried a
few hours at the far-famed city of , -Nanvoo - ;—,
and when I resumed my course, I 'felt lik4ne /
just awakened frOm au incomprehensible &i nn].
Surely, surely fanaticism is a most, foul fitiitl,
and, we ought to rejoice with exceeding '00)
that lie who rules the armies of fleaven, tivetl
the protector of Earth and its inhabitants,l4ndl
ithat Ile will not leave all mankind...alone ttfthe
mercy-of their idols. - - :.' 'O,! '1
i The Mormon city occupies an-elevated pesi- 1
tion, and, as approached from the south,llap- ,
Ipears capable of containing a hundred thc o i,Us- •,
and souls.' But its gloomy streets bring a itiost
melancholy-Alisappointment. Where latelre- t
lsided.no less than twenty-fire thousand pO, - ple,
-I there were not to be seen ' more than fiveliun- ,
dred ; and these; in mind, body:, 'and pitise, o
Iseemed per ectly wretched. In a walk of atilut
4 , ten minutes, I counted several hundred e itn- 1,
neys, which were all that at least that nmilher
of families had to t behind them as. memotials :
of their folly, and the wiekedness id' their er,- rn-0,
seeu tors. When this city was in its gl, , rvtiev- t PFFICIA/
cry dwelling was surrotnided with ..8 garlieni s , . , L -
that the corporation limits were estremeliez- FROM VE
pensive; but now all the fences are in rithtnntl' - - •
''the latidy Crowded streets actually rank- *W. ,
i ve g of tits houses le: standin4not ,
1 ) -- IN
i more th an one out of every tet, s ) Occupicitt•x- ; th e Washingion
leeptiff• by the spider and' toad. ,"Uardly alYin- * ". , ,
c " b ' ins fun . ' 4 ' 6 ' .
dow retained whole pane of glat.s,—ano he '
i doors were broke and open, andhingelett.—
i Not a single laughin,-voice did I hear iit , :the ' i shape of detailed •
f whole. place, and the linPsof suffering andtcare , Scutt and Conine
I seemed to be' imprinted on fhe,facei of tlflery i votio brought to th
!children that met me in the wa%._' . .l saw riot a '
. •-•. Totten, of the Engi
t single one of those numerous dome'Aie annuals, t
o n ''' anl Inuch activ ity an
i which add so much to the coinforis o
life ; and I heard not a Single sot*, even , in - las were brought t
the robin and the wren, which aid; alwayttSur . v by Passed 3lids
to build their nests about the habitatietns of; fp
accounts of th
men. Aye, the very sunshine, and the piCas-1
Q they midi
ant passing breeze, seemed both .:to ape of ,
sin, sorrow, and uttei desolation. .• • l'l may, but
Yet in the centre Of this scene ofruin, aftinds
the Temple of Nanvoo, which is unquestlona- !red rthe Norther.)
bly one o? thefinest buildings - in this coraitry.
can boast of nobler
It is built of lime stone, quarried . withiit the , •
limits of the city, in the bed of a dry st* J am, . 343 1
awl the architect, named Weeks, and thefvery ; fished in our seconc,
individuals whe labored upon the buildingfrere ! hoWever, to keep ti •
Mormons.. It is 128 feet in length, - 84 , ,ifeet HA to-day. 1
wide, anti from the ground to the extremelitim- ,
Upon the receipt
mit, it niessures 292. feet. It is principally af
iugton, .of the capt
ter the amain style of architecture, somewhat
intermixed - with Grecian and Egyptia4 It and the Castle, af.
has a piltico, with •three Roman'archwa.s.B. arsenal, an d t h e
It is surrounded with pilasters, at the base of joyi spread as far
' which is carved a new- moon, inverted ; while rculated
the capital of each is formed of an uncouthlwad,l news ci i
aupporred by-two hands holding a tramp p
et._ these official deg
Directly under the tower in front, is this inserip- I " Victory follow
tion in golden letters : "Tits Horst oil' TUE l lt was n settled in
Loan—BCILT BY Tar CLIO - ECU or JE,rs o e this war Will
, Nam Or LAMA DAY_ SAINTS-0)4 1 MM% . - ! tit Castle of San
eer• APRIL 6, 1841. liordifEss To THE MED." i to n r distinguish an d s k i lf u l Ge, , 4 o'clock, in.) ...awry., eel_ .ii - in
' In the baiement-rodni, which is . pavef f wit l b' brave officers a d men—to the: gallant of-loctivity. - To-Morrow; early, if the city shaaid
brick, and converges to the centre, is a llptis- ;fi r s snd inen nf our Navy, this mat achieve- ,nontintie obstinate, batteries Nos. 4 wit
and' 5 -
- I nd font, supported by twelVtioxel, as la" - as' moot has bee% !effected with little loss of life be ready to add their fire :1 ,No. 4, consisting of
life, the whole-executed in solid '.stone. t.Two i ott io tt r pint. Viro have taken the Gibraltar of Sour 24-pounders • ilia tiro 8-inch ' Paitban
stairways leadinto it from opposite dimetions ; i th 4 western continen i i. We have added new i ginis. and No. 5 (naval battery) of ,three 32-
while on either side are two rooms fdr ttib re- t laiirels to our wreath. The gratitude ontl ad- !•poundersand three 8-inch Paixharts—the guns, I
"C•Nding clerks, and all around no: less tlO 12imiiatioirof &free pie are due to Alai: Gen. officers, awl sailors landed from the squadron
preparation-rooms besides. On 'lthe.first,:floor( Se Ott. tWe con_ , tulate our country tigainl4--our friends of the nevi being 4 unremitting
are three pidpitS,' and a place for the chOir ;----lupon the prowess f theirartny and nevy.l i lu their zealous co-operation,- in ;every- mode
and on either - =side eight Roman windti•—ilen w
than eleremo . tits, a succession of achieve- i and. form . +' t , 1 .•. 1 . i •
Over the Prophet's pulpit, or throne, to this 1 - rucnts has poured - upon us which would grace , : So far, we know that our lire upon the city
'inscription: "Tile Loao 4,0, examd!R! OUR theaura; of any , ••plc-under. the sun. I Let ;has been highly . ielfective---particularly from
ssearrica : COME AFTER 176." ' ' 11 our countrymen re nice, and let them pouy out the batteries •of 10-inch ;mortal* phmod at'
Ik‘tweentlic first and second - floors ate ttio" their ` thanks toith • brave teen who haveidonclahout 800,yards from thncify. Including the i
long roomaApprop . riated to the pgriarcleifhicli • h or to the chi , ter of this free cOuntry." i preparation and defence of the batteries, from
are lighted with
. eight . circular. windows vaA.
i anianda jirtz At-dia .- ale Union hy l Cu!. the heginelut — now - now — Oa' netwith -
Th e room of the seixind floor,. inlererY Fghes" '''+: 214 ten. ' I , Standing the,imitsir•ftine of itimenetoy, from city .
tar, is tweeitiely lilte that of the first- Around 1 , / . . .-i - I hiuel castle—we have kinlylhad lour Or'five men
the hall of thkspacionaattie arel twelvepanall - The; trenchc.l. ere open eeYou-tlays. i The t !wounded, and one , office; audtone man killed,
rooms, with cad) a circular window, and *was- front our bat , • yea 000 60 0 4 thrnP and in or emir the trenches. That of wits Capt.•
sive leekoathe ‘ iloor, - ;,,At.t:t.bestird front cor- ahalf days. Our pg the 16 days interveninl John R. Vinton, •of the tnited 'aides Bd . ar.
meats cf,theTediaiiioirn twe'laindlag. staitw„. ays, weal: the di • , larkathin of the , troops an Itillery;', one of the!mag talented, 'neceMplished,
which meet iii the Main ; Of the' tAlFer , ` aThlt.', lead, t : opening ot:, otiations, there- we r five end. effective; members of the ado*, and who
to the minpuit,-,-whila the "of -. tin -,01 ye of- , violenti. orthernil l in , which all
•: 4- *as' hi g hly,diatioguished.*tha.bdiaor opera:,
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UMW is " arranged, fora prOlai . “4 o ii 11# the in of stoTes, iir,e... as interrupted. ,d n. tions at Montereji - . He i felt:kat , everting? in
walls ii tun noble n dit te a .. va ry from:4004o: six. tr the itmve# 41 yir °Corn trenches. there the trmiches;: *l4e - ke"iivai.cin-ikty - ;as field
kit in.Abieknesil• '_, ••'' - I , '" -It . : ~ . :i --; t 7., ‘ ~, - w 'two days a. . pightis,.towhieh it' wail iin- 'and,eummandihgOffieetrtfidierialfr regretted:
,Eatkaatint the - Amu/al khaki iit.theOtenni possible
fcrieeli di thezday, it is matte - tithe` . ia4';'t this 1 clearing the tr aches and batteries , eflavg . _e sideliner
. gre**ia full view 4,the enemy :and
Tan* 1,4-talitalt t•lso,ooo'f;jll4., , Offleti 44 .‘
WO : g sll4loarrellt , ilia.ttecu- irithin,lreseir if 'ffik-,-gtuts,prThioerst .of the
wgi offer . Al'aill . A . fer4200,0001 1 1/ 1 iktka) l4 . ' l ath* ; e : ..'''''' - ' L-1 • -''' '''''''' '-' 1--
I ,# 4 wed ed '' lam tallP " - r, ~_liilvai e l.a lat ' l r eselra:
a kog tioniP s fPeY. , heroic -'4"PorObileril! ''' Th`r- 14691 1 1 % !a I " l o s Pial.' *lit e° 44 " 1 " , leludet , hgkrtluaCaeald -4-41 !!!' 12 , 711 14L *id
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r''''sOPport . t '.-..as, Ui 017 PfEcura toll 58 wea- , -m H afting, inall, 64e_r
indell that e spako to SOU& , )),.. t.:- ) ; I ( _.••‘., ;• ':, ,•-- - • ..: -
(is '''- tine, s ,isa 1u rd, 1 ' Officers blikcii-Captain • John 4. , Viilton;
y religion' LS ii!calse ' on , ---- 12d artillery i.- Captain .Alburtis, ~. 20 , itantry,
ns upon mai 1 ;•
moliippholy - t •
. tolloiring 1 o
lot. - 'What i
ati sincere; is it 'lit - eiliel bi tee extrgme i Midshipman T,•••A Shulirck,,,tlavjk ..: • . .. ' - -iiiitlitit '''' ll "i l -'"- - 4 '' t
those who call hetitselves, th; ' only the
,Onteers k . Wouniges 7 4 4 ikuk t ; Coliniel Dickin- -- .Pfiriftle.-24.4•Thefirtormlbt\
igh, to oppress' - e and my pe tile as ley c.son, Sonth Carolinavolunticers,-sevcrely ;. Lieut. the night ; We Crontineneedtbia
dine? - MY' pr perky his been stolen fom •• A.• S. Baldwin,, navy, : slightly.; Ligett.,Delosier as` he sea - lie iiiit'alittle am
and My - diva rig tonstimed; and new, . Davidson, 2d infantry, very . slightly; Limit. shells'and iii - - ea.,. • . ,-.
emy familxistel . dent upon, a more for- ,Lewik,Neill„ .2d,dragoonS; .severely. ..All the ' -Thettaval - ttaiy•No: 8,- '
to brother for: s pport, my little children 1 wounded are. tieing well. 1 ' '[ - • ' great Activity `tinder Captain
of go into the, s reet without Imiugpeltedj• :The, number. of rank 11 6 4 file priturners bad end in rank of the sqUadrrin;
stouts, and my daughters cannot go to the I not been aceerta.ined, hitt (reekpliing. on all Hisl fire Was - etitinued to
' aftertr. pail Of - ter; without being insult- 1 previous accounts of the iscrength- of the gar- I fore be was rehered b ) :CaVit.'
y the young an t noble among Our. persee,,u- fisting) cannot Pe.eitituated AVless "'than 4,0041) 1 0d with -a fret supply of i_' '
i. - - I de‘not de . .. , o this treatment. Lam ! men --of which en:ember, a cynsiderable portion A. haitingexh•iiiited the tiiippl
~..scoundrel or; Toreigner—far. far from j are supposed be of their. try ,best troops. • ' with him: ,He :lost forte sato
a 'nab is this stip esition. ,My Ontifether, .if From a list, furpisbed I y one of Mexi- ' one officer, Limit. BatelkidiAl
r, twaSkilled at di , battle of Yorktown, as an . can commissioners, it is sapposed the : following . Ibitterieis, its.
fficer of the glorie . Revolution ; imy own fa- 'officers were present in the city and Castle, via :, Tired buklanguidly during the,
-her, too, was also an American 'army officer' —5 generals, 18 colonel[, 37: lieutenant cola- of Shells, - which are now gob
during the last - war, .• 11 all ,my kindred have', eels, a majors, 901 captains, and-18 . 0 lieuten-1 birieh. - ; .:,
ever been faithful :t. the upright I laws of the ants. • _ . f The two reports of Col. ;Br
Government.. 'Know ng, :therefore, ;these things : The. principal terms of capitulation were : artillery, tothl of this dto, I
to be true, and kno in' too, that I, ant an bun- . That the garrisons should /ay down their arms enclose, give the ineidents'fif
est man, it is very • . to be treated by in. ;as prisoners of War—officers retaining their teries. - - I -
fellow countrymen A a vagabond. ; 0, I love swords ; that they should. march Out With the - Battery No. 4, which iii
this; sacred Temple • early, and it makes ins honors of war—sabating the fikgs of the city-and ; pounders, and two 84nek Pr
wee it to think that I must so soon leave it to , castle from their own batteries,
~en -striking been much - dcdriyed in the! fit
the [tender mercies o • the Christiaa world!" ' them, at the moment the troOps werefsurrender- fatigable engineers by thh it
Thus far had this poor man proceeded, when ing their arms ; that the troops,- regulars ked up the work with sand. iteal
his ritterance was ac uaily choked. With tsars— irregulars, should be disehatied and dispersed I could be opened' by the half-'
and! 1 am glad of it, or lay (two- heart was af- Ito their bellies, under parole given upon their! It will, howeifer, doubtless b
fected by bil. piteo • tale. I gave him a dollar • own rolls and by their own liffieers, not to serve' - early to-momwm - ornitig.•.l
for Iris trouble, wiles ho was called to attend a 'against the /Jolted States until duly esehang- t • March 25.-=The Prineete
nett[ arrival of visite : and I was left alone, in'
ed—officers giving, at the, Saute time, their' stilt for Philadelphia;l 114ve
the Ibelfrey of the ,T •tnple I. • , . own parole for themselves I iudividnally; '; that 1 continue this report. '.
Then it was that I had an opportuAity to lall. public property of every: description should All the batteries, Nes. i,
uniSe upon the sups b panorama that met, may I become' the property of the United States ;I- in awful activity this mornin
gaze upon every rid . I was in a truly spire- [that such portions of the armament as may Ino doubt, very great, and I t
did ;Temple—that emple in the centre of a I not:have been deitroyed-7 during the continu- ! not bold out • beyond to-t,
desolated city—and that city in the centre of ; mice of the war, MAY be liable to be rester- I meriting many of the - new Met
an4pfareutly - botin ess wilderness. To the ed by , stipulations in the, treaty ,of peace ; [ position to add their fire, Whe
east lay in perfect •auty the grand prairie:of .that private property is to be inviolate and not' lay of some tivelve hours, ;if t
Illinois, reaching to be waters of Michigan, : ;liable- to be taken without 'arrangement with 'surrender sherald he receiVed,
to the north and ,•• th faded away the winding ; the owner ;- that the religionof the inhabitants, !parties for &tarrying thg city
MiSsissippi ; and 0 . the west, as fat as the e 3 e , its institutions, and' eeretunnies . are solemnly ;far the _defenhe has been; st
could reaeh, - . was ;st read out a perfect sea of,, goaranteed ; that officers and men :under 'par- !nate: . I - , 1 . ..• [I.
forest. land, enterin which I could just distini ; ale may remain in the city do settle private af- 1 I enclose a 'copy of a meal vial received last
guish a caravan of sited Mormons, on their , faits, not to eseerst five days. , . , 1 night sioned y the Consids: of Great Britain,
lined march to 0 • on and California, As I ; A friendly eumnine,Ation had peen opened 'France, Spain, and. Pros* ' *thierVera'ciba,
befere remarked,* en I went . forth from out ; with the town of Medelin, twelve miles south- :asking' me to grant a truce f. -etiolate the nen
,porehes if the. Motwon Temple, to • ward of. Vera Cruz, after a sharp skirmish, eon- ' l , trills, together with MesiOn - omen: and child
journey deeper into the wilderness, I felt like [ducted. by Col. Barney, against some troops [rot, to withrltawlrom the sc eof havoc aliiiiit
mid ; awakened front . dream. 1 . , 1 that attempted to obstruct the way. And: an 4 them. - I sliall4eply:. the fro .. ent that an op-
' ...,-,-....4........-.......... , ,expedition, by land and -Water, was. about tolportunity mity be takkn, - ',to say--1: That:a;
Penns)h - autan. • . . proceed to Alvarado ; where, however, no op- 'truce•t:an pla - be granted •• n the application.
: DESPATCHES - . :position was looked lei. Indeed,
.it was con- 'of Got. ile - es, - with alyi•tv to - - siniender ;•
RA CRU.Z!!! ! itidently statelier camp, when the Princeton'':2. That in s ndin,,,,o safedra to- tlinilllferent
. sailed, that 31:0kitrau commiCsioners' L had already 1 Consols,' In' 'fining as- fur ' ack - eteth,e'l.ttilt
1 ,. ,
of a s Terrikle : arrived, for the purpose of treating for the sub- • msr., I distin fly -- adenottio• - rd thein4 r pa'l Alen
, raker. • 1 mission of that. place. The principal object of I !Ay the French and Sp)ini-1; • Consuls- 7 -0)k
Gen. Scott at Alvarado, isi to pen 'a source of i/of voured, through the titcli, : hel:Mier 'ColiSeili
Ihrion of Saturday night !supply of horses, mules, and beef cattle. -, •• =of the dangers that hate", Hewed ; - L .- Ibid . .
Attu - / • although - a t th a t date, Illiti . Already: *lnk,
I accounts of- the recent L lIEAD-QUAILTERS OF VIE lr, -
.u t h e .
rCepip Washington. brfore Verti Cruz. North 2.7 '4:, 'to allow an person what
t at era Cruz
• ver to pasitilie I
.1 , r
. . Sin : Yesterday, seven of our -10-inch mor- I line: of inves nent either y, yet the 1 , 16e1t ! 1
espatehes from Maj. Cen. ! 'tars, being, in battery, and the labors of plant-, ode had hien' left open to th , .Consuls ati4"o - tb,...."
ore Perry. The former ling the remainder of our heavy metal being in 'er neutrals tat pass out tiiith it respeiti - Ve Strips'
Secretary of War by Col. 'progress, 1 addressed, at 2 'o'clock. p. in., a 'Of Vairup to the 224 inst.
,; a id40,,1,:5h0l en•-•
'summons to the Governor'ef Vern ,Cruz and' eloie to - the meinorialistsf a. cpy -of mr - SIM 7 - ;:
eer Corps, who displayed
- ;within the two hours limited by the. beirer of [ mons to the Governor, tol sh w that 1. hrid'fill-'
1 skill at Ir-era Cruz. 'The '
1 the flag, received the Govern - 'a
-answer. Cop- ,ly considered the nrilships and dill-.
the Secretary of the 'Na- ' ies of the two papers, (mat, espectively, A I tresses of the Place,' itielndi • those -of Wom'en .
ipmau linger, of the. Navy ; . and B,) are herewith, encloSe . ;. ,' 1 and'ehildre - n, before' one ku - -had been firediin
Nat • s how not only what 1 It Will be perceived that! the Glicernor, wit& !that direetior . The interici e Petite - AElie
't turns out, is the commander of both nlase,s, 1 neutral ships of war. and the city yeas stop'
during the giege t 0 cap- 1 1 1. I' • plain' i ' Ithel mentionedir •b' C • lid' . •
l errose, against the terms of Lie summons, at ast , ate y omm ore,
to save their friends from `to suppose me• to have .detitanded the surrender ; Perry, with in 3 , .. coneurreAC , 'which I' placed
len subsequently -occasion- ,of the castle and of the eity---when, in. fact, jon the grout d that that put. reourse could, riot
N.- •Nr :-.f thr irld . from the non-arrival of our ' heavy rectal—prin. Ifailto give ttirthe enemy *to al:aid land Oki
'''-- •-"reat-. ort.
if i • t•.- -, • • •,..
It will he Seen . from. tile- - ,emoriat: that Or
batteries havie already hail a terrible • etrect -- -bn ,
the-City, - (also' known thrkei h other sources,)
and hence the inference that a surrender mist
I soon be prlipesed. zln Ilisti Lhainitio 'lnn-.
er to remain,' sir, with Pik], (*wet, your-inept
obedient serifint, WINF RLD SCOTT.
Hon. Wm. LL Meser, Seer tory of•Witfi'L ' 1 1 - , - I
' [Here follows letterk tba, ett ., A andly ? . , ttie ,
summona of Gen: . Seat:lke an. . '
I surrender nflthe city, ditceik March 22,1•fe110*-.
led by' the - re ly of - Goverpor 3.lpraels;gl) . I Sakte
I date, il f " ' '. g - and evincing,aidetermlinatinielte
'detnditlie,c I,y• to . ' thela4.]: ''• -
•: \ ..- - • ftiotraty. Ilia
• en lip: :Washington; • i ,
Stu ;- I.h re. the honor.: •
formation of he.gekteral-an. ) ,
22d inst,, , . a
,a.,, as tioernas.;
. .•reportedthat the baite.•,
ly Cavancett o receive: sever
Vint numbef in-battery.'ll
tlay.LWas;- cep:wed-to ope
city .of Ye :,Crus,:- ...Atf el'
T 1361103 firing. 'o4llit city, In,
1., 2,.-and-8 - ere openedtai.
and triparei4ietrect - i 7 .-, :,4
, , Fratittiegineinent tie.,
the afternoo,of tike22diin ,
incessant:di' ' 7 1-anoiliiglit!:- , 1
Dit.lthe • a-it, .liidditring
No. ,i -::Aras3 dindee; the `co. .
Braila, -' of p art"
undeifAliti e urge' . of -Linn ,
of the 2dra. Maui isnaibit,
the _charge : otOaptaitt-Vint
o'clki.l4' - i'P. 81.,Iiiherithe' , ..
upon Lieut.° eau t-: Vaavlie,t, . ,
,• I _,„- ',T.IALEIC7I4, I InItta.it4.-..5t.,
.Cipttii9,Y,:,. taAjP l .4 lll ,9 : _ i m
.I•the fulft - 41 .14 3'; , ..'_- 80 vM 4 1
5 .3110 1 .4W9-. ~ . .-.' -, . - 7.-'. '4 -4 ' ft
jjwilier ', *Alio PRI: a
'PPioutioatt :ei,,,.. ll )ritto*:
1.4*.be0 p ut,
Oiciiil\e" , :- ‘: 4,- . 1
016 - 064 • stirs
tff: 4' , 71 ,
tvpir hp to the , dephittitei of
nei., l- *W•riiiiiiit,*xEkets to if
AFBtielifi(Abs,loi the Unified
Ipi.,lrMlo 3l o
3:,*,1,fi (3z 71 , s - .;
; t: • 2
!, 14'-. ; : I 7
if 1 11 ,- ..- , 1 [. - 1::' 1 , .5,
tates, l - . . the 25th
orenootr, as - soon
I . th; to land At*,
tau opero"::Ulib. ;
a about 10 ti4ili: '
in.; a: little? . be
-1 'yo; Who 40-
Iv. he bad brought
ghtly butt 1 :1 -
1,2; ill 3;:laio.
) day for the , waht
it g out om ' the
; khead, eldeF
, opies of which II
' 1 iahan guns,*
1. nds of the tilde-
I; . rther that .011m1
i ly at] fast as st,
• in full activity .
n being about to
but a moment to
3,4, and t'al
ink the rite dan- ,
ay. To- 07.4 w
re will be like
or after She
Illy assault:. so.
kited and; vbsti
mi rk forth° in
' hie tbat,on -Abe
bochlef engine '
es ware isafficient
4he lie upon
, the fire[liiio
Ithe right, bats
mtto' of Ca pi
tarp. No:. , `3, siir
ti,. of tlits - -glad
ttiatatid: , dirst44
1 3r .1.0 7 04 6 40 ,
E. c a 1
1:: ;,,. ,
.4 1 :131Y . '6'141 9 '
• if. 4 I
I,,Ntioatifia44.(94 ,, i
' or? 019dgfi
1 9mr AiN3,00 31 i 3
~ .;Lest. eight 4pege
pounder gun# to blab
P9rl - 4 11 41 1 **on- 1 144 -
4 ' 411 ,1 4, 1"d - in batter
itzeq . " l . ll be ir r e,Yer
Rini:7 o f Alas keTi
ted sufficiently to
open tap :four' batted
24-pouttilera and t.
jneressed, effect, am
ear) Ireatt testir
yation;,o the skill
keen detailed on-al
motion, f end 41' the
flip men' ir) the
04'4 1 1661-
chief t, „ at•;l.,
out v anyl effect - .but ,1
their batteries were
at baiter) , No. 1, and
A shell t
men of eompanyT, 2 1
Thebell•fell on one
the iortar bed and t
feet from the platto
can be obtained front
~rho mortar-will be
Welace been it
hi place taillight, aa
liough' to , seind , „
being obserde4 by t
am, *toy ilespecifu
Second , Arti
Ttii. Sewn, Aetbi
.IThen flows ale
Then a letter._
PERRY, ordering If
neutral vessels. ! ,
'" Then one front!' •
iiu 18,14 410 4. . n g theto
- - - ',At:specs
. . _ yzas Cn '
.Sya-;'-The flag of,
this. city-and the C
Our troops halm:.
o'clock. / It is no
Worth. is int„.comm ,
Articles of capit
changed. at. ot late hi
eiriose a copy ofth
ci/.l ‘ bare.heretofont
dents.of, ;the - 15. '
Nothing of _
in the morning oft
ed. overtires frroln-
G en: 3lorales had d
wide it, diffreultto„
andlinposSi v blo to - S,'
I was obliged , ickten
lone.; or-to, - alone
had-shout . disposi
loss of a 4la ~ orper
pen gttteA. '-' The.,
shott . thepromdila
1 -lesterfl l: after
1, the commissioners a
I ,nwetfing-hefOrer tad
I hy Groferal,l. loan& ~.
gishoro his:second - in
ias'a coMmiisionier. o
Although - +kind', _.
inent - mil4ef. *Ay,
lid notlitta te ff lri , i
sire :that ' r ,A.,
dutedand , e*sa
Sion - awl nits ',.'of -.0
r beCtileciprirtksilly a ,
lamhle-to his sigma ,
I can .. , countiisnioners
(Mond Totten. -1 4 '
(Sem could.ask )/s
111 - IEMI
, 3-13 - 1:- f.,,...-,;:r.a.,-,;-....,:,'15'i;11-i•
."_ 0 , M 1
1 . • Sp-..F‘t
zt,6 ater;l 7 .
9 in 9,04 7 ti4:1111"
L .: ! 1 , 1 81 "intgl#114 3- ,*
'7 i 144° 4 ...1i5t4 ,4 * -
hit;18117:=44 ; 1'...M.
, of- thstlste of spas
I uO -to 4' oieha,- -A. IC •
Oran Minot I
I , pOed briskirion our
st,ise this Morgan' gmelth:
:I mist 10. o'closkillassil" Lf
gain opened-oil us,. and
, 2d intillencwas killed
thee men were nnyerely
tery; Whet* ifeir
4tilley; wen liolmmted.
ofi the- moricii*brnek
th l e,ordminee deficit; and
ncitinted: - -
rained fineti the:: grant of
wire thnot -tone everylke-
t 4 the balletic* vitlimit
ly,l yoir ebedienti3Oani,
lery. Cidefef - Artille*T ,
- Adjt.' Gen., .Armylleid
ter from the gorr:git Coti.
PaTe the lit Y-
bmj klel/f i : 813 , 44.1 OE'
lo , atTpt, lbw =Osage ,of
6' to tiel_riir'eigntiii
Tois - 01 - 42,A)01144,.., .
; Maktiti 29;1047.:•1n
tilt): United' SW oll' ut -A
. -4 1 3 t , over ,tbe.s.lnagn int
• .ef:San Juan: dostMoet. `,.•
- both :. , 4Q
. 1 - nowi., [ 1 Bzigooli* ~ ,..fift
tipn:weie signed imiteg
', niioC . lotoro. loot 1 '
liromont , s ,:',- i .. z is
porind..Ouk ,. :. .puuo4intsin -
Ltip tn - ,:tbni;2 - othis - ,una-4- , ,.
tOrestt..oieunediill - Andy
next 44,*ben I;reeely-,
r: 0 1 ..'slnidOloi. 'on which
v .. (4% - eil t he preciol JCOM•
. , 'fiti wind cod mud '
M ~ 'mice*: withAn sty,
Cri to Goomoapre _ Perry.
rtitin'thti , , prope4tion. A.
.El.6,re upon ik, pbworgiat
' ou to s' Pi1ett,r5t.,,445...
3CT • r . coalii,mit , be
cacao;,. i , . larra , ‘ll/
Apki p, -;r -, - -,-,. -
novo' 2 heditbaied; and
. pdintea by me , narly . the
' in we ib*i,iiiikomteil
- . t ",
9tpak , _ eX i firtyl met
ilan , Miptain'Anlick,
14,, ~. ~ of. t lie Navy,
imps . , ,i , ~ c orange
' _.:Nole 4 , cOonoonder. - 4
.pyi l p et .itou k tesys .1.4?,,de
_4ly 1 0.4 O:
iliAriteiri (tin 4
tb - 00;?
, 14 : 1.,
'.. - v ' ..o wutukonoikaAcho 4 :-
oil - , : 1 11)§-1 6 -rigin0 , 4w4.-
pro:,, 1, rO_L-iß4sial i . ..et )
0, in* if
00 - 100 . -14405 i
itlfick iilmore: _ ``. The