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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - May 28, 1836, Connersville, Indiana arrival from The are only by their dashed into the same contains an great demand for the service and Engineers that exists m consequence enlisted against these they is no resisting the trail of ilie petite for 1 or some time he bv the was very progress i Cleveland Her all ought the United and oi obtaining from manifested the necessity of preparing or them at To this end it has been deemed advisable to organise a Department m Indiana I; for the purpose of giving instructions in civil Class will | be organized on the first Monday in let into the and before there was want of principle and love country they are volunteers in the it j that others by their horses and they think there is no Treasury bv the of Gen. They recent until li came to the therefore hope to their timber where it was The the delusion of ers then themselves and signalizing their zeal in the ed the woods a long time in to entitle toa j when it occurred to out of the of the like a cause cannot be a very good one | sed to a Tiie vif these men are thought tit tree tops were then and we can never admit the game was discovered that Van will prevail in In- ensconced in of a large MAY 28. 1836. I Once we have arrived at the In addition to the regular There or will says unhallowed trusts 1 that he has done the cause of the pie if he does not | do it seme it shall not be for the of Late news informs us that the there will be an end to all things under We just a letter who hape recently perpetrated some J diana as long as her good old Governor murders and depredations upon the against life i The captors A serious state of things is lias been distinguished prisoner was until distinguished prisoner was ui Van by when week in practical 4 the sun. The ephemera flutters its our m Congress under conduct and The | College being wUh a we iriake j one has devoted his whole life to of the in council and in the whilst heart less whose career has and teaching the young we are not sure but aH of a General Indian War 14th inst. by herself in her untired and of One principles of the sant roll around the has her anri received Ij been signalized by a noble or sessions will be the same as in the literary department of the The terms of admission are twenty j dollars per and ten dollars for orbit the summer and the winter during the This last charge will be made but once for any number of sessions that a student may A young man of a competent knowledge of Conic Sections is of immense importance for Land at the Land Office in fordsville in this as it is i in the season an unprecedented ' of emigration has commenced pouring Editorial tribe and the into The most that Time has his Were it not we would have to resolve ourselves into one eternal be fairly attributed to the wisdom of our recent State Sober calculation can hardly conceive of the populous and may qualify himself for of poor Crockett's an by an In we could | sing appearance of State ance of one If these curiosity of years of stopping to look without j who have recently visited the the melancholy fate of that | ring and eastern say that they of knowledge have not been two or more sessions will be reputation of Professor both as an able mathematician and practical affords sufficient warrant that the course of instruction adopted will be ample and It would he superfluous here to urge the importance of the both to the and to individuals where it is known that the demand for more than doubles the | that this demand is constantly that the works now in wiil constant employment to for a number of years before they will be finished and afterwards as as they in superintending keeping them in That the completion of these works will make it necessary to construct And the salaries competent engineers are from seven thousand dollars per promising tield both for profit and | cannot be opened to aspiring mind of the youth of our In conclusion we would ly invite the attention of those whoi wish well to to this old Jis Sancho za said of the man that be the man who first invented stopping Indeed it is a pleasant and a blessed thing to relax the aching tension of one's muscles stop and quietly sit and say to the bustling a brief I care for number closes the second volume of from this will appear at his post and equipped as the law for another year's tour of In the mean time the little world that this faithful sentinel of ours has must try and look out for the best way it can. This small breathing spell we must nods it is And all know that Deity himself and who has no in common with the Western let them select seventh day from alibis young men as their and energy will be an ornament their editors of papers friendly to cause Oi will please copy above a few pres. B. T. Indiana May 14, the United Slates Telegraph May 12. PRESIDENT AND occasion to say to the readers of this that as an a Journeyman and a he has labored faithfully for singular is presented great many As such a this moment of a contest of voracity health now compels him to tween the President and Ex-President of bid them a friendly as he U. matter 01 to these distinguished Mr. declared that coming to wishes to close them no pleasure in letting themselves be i known as if the Providence frown on time is not when all i mankind vrill acknowledge that means any thing else than a lack 1 of w taste or IN The notice is taken from the i Rockville in Partie j County in Ibis Stale on the 27th ult. From i our young State bids as fair to as noted for its extensive beds of Iron nud its extensive Manufactories ef that aa The Foundry named on Sugar wo bad never heard of There is arother ono a few miles above ' South Bend on the Big St. which lis understood to be doing an Tho beds of Bog Ore in the diate vicinity are said to be not only good but Similar Beds have been discovered within a few i miles of Wabash and various parts of the We trust our ture will soon deem it expedient to employ some competent Geologist to make a There is no doubt but j such an examination develop | resources of mineral This he had We trust that these authorities will be deemed a sufficient justification of our number also closes the labors of the present Publisher of as He takes | be taken in baud Jackson was in favor of the treaty I made by the of Col. which gave to the fui and luxuriant province of General Jackson denies the charge through the and Mr. Adams The of Internal ment we have so vigorously embarked demands the survey have been favored with an of examining several manufactured at the i ' of Coflin Co. on Sugar | and take pleasure in stating that we j them altogether superior to | any work of the kind ever In i addition to the firm solid body which their castings the smoothness He trusts that this will be their approaches very without trouble to him or decent We hope the those And he knows that such will be the if he be maintained by as honestly and faithfully as his this question in the We for an exhibition of the Ex jr. is the new the time referred We will a- er of He has the issue of this singular c i ey with no little interest Prospectus iov additional Sub- | And he earnestly good people of seem the friends of this Paper making the most of the advantages the numerous friends of the great the early opening of this | cause of the People and the has given to that j it IS to give lu some ot large s ' of ice in the harbor of and lend him their lateness of the opening of And in return he assures them that at that have given rise i they shall have his at of n i to Ihe interests of that it seems that the friends of the in providing them promptly the Cleveland with as interesting and neat a and the Fairport and the and the vania canal to and the New York and Erie Rail in urging forward ' or in advantages would arise the construction of these have ait had occasion to or of tise of navigation i Even Gov. Warcy conceived of tiie Erie canal obviate tlie the Same to the L' all i a common against As hick would have it will be patronized by adjoining as have one of the same Wc will take ' this occasion to say that the company is composed of such as are entitled to the confidence of the The Editor of the Courier notices two and their circulars to the People of very Tha intelligence noticed in our of the capture of the main body of the Mexican with Santa the President of at their head seems now to be the possibility of a If Gen. Houston bears himself through this business as a Washington he will have achieved for glorious In a late number ofthe Nov Orleans Bulletin tho following letter is May 5. Dear war in Texas is is no doubt oi the Gaines has recalled his Hag which was despatched to the head of Santa and ordered his men to return to Fort send you enclosed a list of the Mexican killed and taken in the late have correct information from more than twenty Santa Anna crossed the at Fort twenty miles below San with alter he took his position near he was joined by 500 He ly commenced throwing up a but before he Gen. upon him with only 6G and two 6 Houston led the charge in He kept up a brisk fire upon the with his held charged with grape and canister but not a rifle was fired till within pistol shot of the Mexican Houston formed his line and rushed over their works ai ihe same time pouring in upon them a most destructive and deadly fire from their moment Houston's men cleared the Mexican breast they drew their pistols and and the work of death commenced in the Mexicans broke in every The battle lasted not more than ten Al the time oi the charge Santa Anna as sitting in his carriage in the surrounded by his He immediately mounted and rode off. This about four o'clock in the Houston followed the dispersed Mexicans till Santa Anna was so closely pursued that he took to the and was taken the nest day in the disguise of a common He was not recognized till brought to Houston's when he asked to be brought to and then disclosed He was recognized and embraced by those of his officers who were There were several officers in Houston's army had known Santa Anna in He has offered to surrender all his force in munitions of to acknowledge the absolute oi and to remain a hostage foi the ratifications of the led the charge most liad his horse killed under and received a in the have not time to further obedient A. poor ' Cro tiad licit been alivo to hi Anna out of the large Tiie spirit of the j lamented Lave bten cring around that eventful or the would have been have in behalf of the and their hence we have that from the i other side of the Question not be uninteresting to our Accordingly we have ann three documents I which have come to country in the pa. pers from Vera Cruz There can be no doubt but that the Mexicans have carried on this war in a most barbarous and inhuman there now seems i to be as little doubt but that the and their especial fri in some nt greatly exaggerated in theif accounts of these Il was positively assorted that Fannin and his band had been all Il now seems pretty certain that they are being prisoners of 'Ve might refer to other There is some little excuse for the in this considering the fearful ode's which they are contending and the savage cruelty of their But this is no It will be very apt to put their friends at a distance on tho guard of their And if the Terian struggle should be a protracted if persevered will be a great detriment to their of Head 3iarch 1835. his the Secretary of war and the General Dou Jose Justo Maria Victory accompanies the and at this being o'clock of the we have a most and glorious the memory of which time cannot announced to you the 27th of the past on communicating the capture of this i waited the arrival of tho first brigade of i in order to operate upon fortress of the but all the of which the brigade is not being able to come only I three battalions in getting here by doubling their With these battalions of and those of and San Luis I enabled to leaving out the fourteen hundred hundred These being divided into four and a body of as in the general orders of a copy which accompanies i this the assault was given lot five in the and met with obstinate so that the struggle of an hour and a was necessary even to bring up the The spectacle which this j exhibited was Men I were in every hand to and disputing for the mastery by the most heroic Twenty-one pieces of artillery which were served with the rapid fire of which to illuminate the interior of the and the ditches and the walls were insufficient obstacles to the undaunted They like valiant and deserve the New Orleans True American gives i of the Supreme as we If the fire of public indignation do not soon wither up 1! tho following particulars of the capture ihe gratitude of their fellow fortress at length remained in ' our with its their native two will indeed be a j Nothing has preserved long but I the fact of their having been thoroughly in the dregs of parly We | I subjoin the conclusion of tho Courier as the Editor can prepare and heji have these two is about removing the onto Monroe door north of He will issue the first number of the next two weeks from of our delegation in j themselves the office of prescribing rules of conduct for and dictating a complete of the enemies of Executive j in the approaching election this if they have acted un- der the promptings of For during 'the next six i he might just as in imitation ofi an especial the the tyrant itor assures the Public that he neither a and attempt to punish to be idle nor A 11 of all those who would I not bend the passing as is now gomg on be- was clear tween of H or after the land a clan of Office holders whose j such If to control the choice of the men of Indiana through the agency the night of the 20th after a skirmish between the Texian made a movement with 600 men and all his and at day break met the Mexican force 1100 or 1200 in and gained a position within rifle distance of the buried in the more than six hundred all and jin the immediate vicinity an increased not yet accurately j to escape the inets of the infantry fell beneath before they were aware ot his sabres of our I had Two discharges of small ced in opportune 1 feel and cannon loaded with musket sured that very few have escaped the the Mexican to inform their companions ot the threw down their them and beaged Amongst the dead were the GOO or 700 the j first and second in command of the broke and endeavored to Bowie and yavis colone s the mounted as they entitled soon overtook all another of the same and tae rest ced the they ran fifteen their acting under his horse bogged down in ity of their On oui near the we had seventy and about He then timber on |i three hundred His pursuers in the of the and twenty
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