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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - June 25, 1836, Connersville, Indiana NO. ITU ANNL 3. KAk CAN WITH A MAINTAIN la. K U is j WITH THE ' His complexion is The treaty with Ibe H at reports in litlle but he more of the men and Chiefs of the to the the Mexican He i by Carroll and John IIE FANNIN There as our reauers already heri becu a ion comn ced by the The is believed to give a faithful account of that horrid It is from a who went from Ky directed the date of the W a of expensive has been 5iJC(-e;rhil in Marrying art of named John was info tea of n age is 41 bv the President and Senate really he gave names cf no j New Vork imar t ' ' on the Brasses himself under a little old thai only which could Cos was taken has been less than twenty He his ground the month of 3iny to have a hundred no tlian His great ambition is to of He is now busily at number 2,-13J on anxious to make up in the and was bark to a of When I first saw he was upon the treaty at large is too long for our present and we must therefore content ourselves with stating itii leading The sum the only parts which could paid by the United in con- hini was his which is a dark of this is five millions laice this i of writing vou a few lines to let you that I am still in suppose yon will have heard ches I was either taken or was takeri prisoner on has a high but not sums are to be invested bv the the 2u(n kept a straight and | United States and all of us who with Col. veil his eyes a brilliant productive stocks of for beside other were long black the benefit of the whole emigrant out to be but witli oth at the and sandy out of lire hundred and His complexion is Before we were and he wears little gold rings m his party had a baKle wilh the He is a cousin to Sania in a larga and hilled third Colonel as the Mexicans is reputed natural son of three hundred of but one of Spanish by a full blooded editor in Illinois excuses is in Price are ul of as The above mentioned who is J. aged seven years may console himself with 1; ^^^ the that some distance irom the a few lout having the are unable to keep and on returning she the child I the even with the use of if he lived but a 19ih to bury and thaU and is regarded as a man we must have killed and some i of superior talents like 800 or 1000. Their 1.000ours 250. |! LANDSLANDS. circumstances under which | The following extract of a from wore taken are We were Receiver of Public Moneys at Fort without any in this to Post Waster i ions or and in such a situation shews how strong we could not use our in tide of and speculation i; i of which we it best setting Had Mr. Clay's Land surrender on terms offered to p the House of j to us as prisoners of portion of this money would and according to rules of j have to e tian But how sadly were we her more effec deceived the sequel will starving us a they ordered us saying we going after bur. when wc had marched about half a a General national For an addition School 150,000 annuity cf a OF CANAL Curious in nation is now is On the Gth instant a breach for a sum of to in the Erie Canal at which i who was a prisoner | Ha ha's a good j invested by 7he of the United ji red four days to repair During this the spaco ot live arc gays It took all the in and speaks States as a part of the National Fund I interval the crowd of boats waters of supplementary article stipulates near the breach so great that it and the first payment cf an additional sum of | quired ten days to the canal wilh into the Gulf of by United States to defray to a navigable The Albany second into the and the the expense of the Argus of from which we and to cover ali claims for Tive these letter from the 1 by which we do not canal superintendent to the comptroller ry well know what is and adds states thai on Tuesday day on more to the General repairs were completed the boals had accumulated above the into Lake TU 11. B. we were ordered to of OF MR. The New York papers announce the to carry on | death of Hon. | that within the short period of twelve her plan of Internal Minister to He died on l Ohio will contain a million and am receiving froDi 20 to 25 at his seat at Red i; or I wo millions of dollars per and have for a by ana a million or a million and a lithe last thirty in my cold while heated on linois a a dinner was on ihe Till inst. Baltimore to ing so as to touch each through of 7 to This of U is was by tlic so courteously by ilio Mexicans marched all on one side of and took deliberate aim at I ana His short and sudden a more ful to it. has The American Livingston received since the 7lh of March was in his 7d and the last lime as you have was fortunate and it is said that tiie folks we laany weeks he 1 had fonly began to that | ked with all the hard having nothing to eat will take 1,500,000 during rent of a for five successive davs and but i Ind. a was length arrived safely hers this after a travel of two weeks prairies and during which time had some narrow especially night before on line of the picket guards of the Mexican 1 was near being killed or Felipe is The nre in but think I shall live to cee her free We have in and expect to enemy in a few What ara well with the exception of occasioned bv walking through prairies To-morrow h it to a. Extract from a deli House of of Mr. Livingston liad during United on of tlie and I Land by Mr. McComas of We i io heard years McComas said the d been called iLe tucky a and Michigan and a millinn The in Pennsylvania and Vir i in the and so ba very The whole I of ihe nnd South witbin the I r 01 iod il not iall I short oi man and i rvi shall go over the river to a farm to I get entirely when 1 will | - avenge death of my brave by All of my company were i Your B. attention of has called iti to do with the anv of matter? Is it intended j settle the principles of the next Ad- 1 a of s be as a from Ihc city of to the was ihr Uie Corner of tance 1 v it it Il of American arid the of has produced eel joy cur united lis in slill closer borids to our and tiie Presidents were Chiri United the Vice iiiC William V. being made a Among lic ] the un which v is is daily and in the paths oi in aris and in in every i noble and com i when oii oilier i a year or highly now nice a v. oi io of Mayor gf the city happy of Ken was mosi veti I OF SAN Extract from a letter of a correspondent ot the New Orleans both about to retire to private life i actively in the profession of the to Clay a foi no and president having of was mosi Not long filling he on the to and 20th in honor of the victory of Gen Houston over the he was Some fourteen vears li Mr. L. was elected a Member of 1 country's He said the narae House of Representatives from the I of Henry Clay might men to Orleans and a vote against tlie He said he | Senator from state of had never supported Clay for any as a vvestern enemy fired their cannon live times It was loaded the lime j was always proud of him as one of heri and man held the | most talented Though he did not I match was killed by a boy and the piece agree him in come of his It a splendid brass nine yet he always admired hearing the inscription ji lofty bearing of the bold and generous j fulmina in Roman j though he may be The cannon was taken whelmed by the wave of and the enemy put to rout nineteen these party times and the ules after the first gun was The merits of this man be calmly Thomas T. a worthy and respectable planter of i was murdered a few days since oi which station he continued discharge on the resignation in 1831, he was appointed Alexander so notorious for Secretary of in the annals of our late mission the Diplomatic i was killed a short time since at and by rude liand of ii is for io an tiie of iias been in some instrumental in averting so a another he forth by a in to among the ranks was 1 took a deliberate look over the field three days after the The sight was Here lying in there scattered ground was strewed with dead dead and chaos of a routed was strewed upon the in a confusion the cannot the natural eye must be convinced of the faces of most of the dead were shades of as black as horribly swollen and the tongues the skin limbs in many instances elevated and half horrible and disgusting masses will be gratified by a will enrol his name on the i brightest pages of American He iwill be regarded as one of those rare i spirits that can lise the and soar above parly feeling and selfish and cast oil on the troubled waves iof his distracted Black lines might be drawn around his yet a glorious resurrection awaits He will live in affections of every votary of civil the while are ninny whose existence will go down wilh of politics to of the United States to with its is fresh in the memory of all our claims of Mr. Livingston to grateful recollection do not rest upon the services rendered by him in His Codes cf and founded on tempered by and bearing throughout impress of author's character for would clothe his memory wilh honor and respect for ages to private his kindness of and liberal hospitality were such as to adorn high stations which he and to add grace to his more solid in a fracas at a faro He was slabbed in the by which the jugular vein was and he died Rail Road Thursday Mr. James of a very worthy and respectable was killed on the Norristown Rail being crushed under one of the Cars which fell off the Perry of has been elected Senator of the United States from in place of of J. it has been in the to be for many absent from my But I thai I upon landing in as were at returned to my my and my native 1 have found myself among men who speak the same who have ihc same habits and are almost by the same hiws and look back with pride upon the same pages of who delight in fame of the the 1 May 28. We through a channel entitled to entire thai the health Gideon present Poets short i have by a majority of owe vole in the in America i replied very Isaac Hill is a straight forward What he does the 18. have received the particulars does in the face of the He i an unfortunate occurrence which took |i never caught in a in in this on 7V;/ics. 4th A wretch by ihe name That is not The town Alfred bad been in in New Hampshire was once a and the exhibited an honorable and between and which we trust will be Santa Anna's His forehead ced him although his but in spreading dition is it is hoped that extends back may still The intellect of small a little illustrious man is still but his ed with Tiie skin on I capability of expressing himself is lower of his forehead as he ly impaired by which is so great vates lo He has the slightest exertion or excitement bis nose is narrow is distressing to and it has been is tolerably proper lo prevent his attention and the to business or to This the mation may perhaps be useful in destroyed by and the lip one of his il trouble to those who might otherwise and his two perished in the teeth under jaw to converse or correspond with expostulating with A quarrel in which drew his dirk and wounded Thompson so severely that he died on the following Wiley has been fully committed to awit on charge of wilful C. C. has been retained as counsel for the citadel at Eng. account of the prospect of the wheat crops in that quarter of the The blight is and though the recent that have invigorated other the wheat lie to pass iur one knowing of cf two Tiie key stone stale have given liim a John Piatt advertises in a paper Already tney place that bebas succeeded in | have two papers cultivating genuine Tea Plant of guinst of which arc printed He he raised the in and U plant for ten years at and
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