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Lima Argus, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1846, Lima, Ohio THE LIMA ARGUS The and Right Is Expedient Fourth Volume Tuesday Morning December 29 1846 We w e I The commencement of the session is jL 7 i J From the New York Courier whig enough The Federalists are determined thai it THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE reached us by on die Executive The Message has been handled a g wiU b r shall be without a parallel for unrelenting warfare in tho pure and the Mexican jn out columns this morning It it a document of War denounced with extreme virulence great length but it will be read with absorbing in- On the Garret Davis of Kentucky submitted by ail classes of our fellow and we the following are happy to add that all which refers to our with three of the That the President communicate lo the give very general satisfaction For or all orders and instructions to General Tay i ourselves we say unhesitatingly that this portion lor General General Kear ney of the does great credit to the Sloat Captain Stockton or any other of and will be a noble vindication of our government fieer of the Government in relation to the in the estimation of the world It eddies or organization of civil government in sea itself to the justice ss well as the patriotism of any portion of the territory of Mexico which the people and we indi Ife the hope mat no been or he taken of by the citizen will hostility or navy of the United States also what form of the administration sola warp his judgment as to government such officers or either of them may induce caviling at what is so forcibly so j have established and organized and whether put forth on this subject President had approved anJ recognized said The review the conduct of towards menu anterior to her invasion of Texas On day Col Sawyer give notice of ano ner attack our aimy is admirably well his intention to introduce a for reducing the every candid j 0 questions ss to tf of our gov prices of the pu lands i towards our republic On th's In the Sen ate on tHe Mr Illinois position by Air Webster is more j gave notice that he should at ar than would part for graduating prices of the p attention of our readers th t portion of the i i intended to prove Mexico not the and for a government and o wn The Chauni BY I ask not for bis lineage I ask not for his name If be in his heart He noble birth may claim I care not though of this world's wealth But slender be his part when I ask lias a true man's heart 1 ask not from what land he came Nor where his youth was nursed If pure the stream it natters not The source froct it The palace or the hevel Where life began I not of bet answer this Is ha art honest man? Nay blush not now what matters it Where first he drew h's breath A manger was the lowly bed Of Hm of Nazareth Be naught be any every thing 1 care not what you be If you answer when 1 Art thou pure true free A COURAGE We hare f iven many most touching inci of what a soldier tto endure but recollect nono that would seem to require more fortitude to endure without murmur and disobedience than is given in ft letter of Rowan Kentucky to ler the battle of Monterey On Monday night the were in high splits They had lost but few men AH night they threw up At night tho firing ceased The left wing of the Ken tucky regiment to which 1 attached were married into the fort taken by us to hold it during the night As we moved in wt were A STOR OLDEN By an ancient law of the Statt of from December to April all were forbid from killing deer penalty 10 half of the money going to tht coot in default of Uu on the naked A Yankee patting tl rough the Slate of New York near Albany in the month of Junt a younf Dutchman hit squinting at a deer about thirty pacee from him Mine Cot if I had mint gun here and if it was not for t e law i COM teer for mv dinner in point blank shot of the The Yankee had a with him and im- on our right by another both i shot the deer and threw the ed fue the whole time we were matching in into the mow and running up a distance of one mile Such a night at i that night had eaten nothing siaca daylight had nn fire Said down in the mire and blood emong dead mea and and s cold rein fell on us all night I had no coat en having into the fight in my shirt 1 never heard balls before Two cannon balls passed within tvo of me and many more within a short distance to him said my dear fellow you have inp a deer you shot him with your shovel The Dutchman Got i tink mv ahorel was Well said tht Yankee you hare the deer and 1 will go to the plain ou unless you give tut skin ud two dollars the Du though I tnl dink mv First a land office in the rf Oregon do beyond Mr Cameron of nil ted a resolution legitimate of Texas inquiring into the expediency of making increased tlu cast bank of Kio Grand- shows in mo ry and lands 10 KUiers in war Mix to In the House the r up for consideration As we left thn fort on Tuesday dink my go c we had been holding stated before is much better den pay ten dollars ordered So the Bargain was tht thr W A S ea T O S 1 scatter as the of protection taking tha skin and two dollars and left This of on Hit raked our line j Dutchman to take tart of tht venison tU States and un which occurred i- Philadelphia I had sot away from the company about -0 the Dutchman it er ewv the Uio New Vork and a the year 1844 is by myself when a whale load of grape other Dutchman camt up and threatened op to the to the shot discharged at me alone 1 which tht shovel shooter re- n the and stooped in Lushes when had passed and of Mr Divis came w in 1519 and that of every in Ui every man Mr in M June Monroe sent iu the power of capitalist isis and manu j win at place nort the K-o chapter in No 2 e sights la look shot with and me the shot fell Yankee bate whU I in a f f rce live a messenger Guiw'wi to Brn off cer of republican I hail We loat three of our men Kid to Hani ht had ad-eniurero about to t vi tne fol irons fires this iho were billed the deer himself Tht Dutchmen then the and the lie i f War as He that our Jem u- e of Congress ami the hy fie ex- temporarily of ti r s d M es H aud of as agreed to pursue tht Yankee and bring bin That in ih v i In to t ly it is to and seme with small with before a justice ind hav him fined Anna 11 Texas know t at the d the They soon Jonathan and carried i i i ed Rio ester i boundary and s d fortune of the nt in the Anna tt ss suth protesting his r Thud I liai by an art of the of As sank back in chair y on after Wolfe stood e on hint folded ar rs His oilier Anna cold glassy glared v ith that wh Ui was entitled an at to the boun stood out dark and distinct from the centre of she Ins brow His look his attitude his s- i.e were met an j tr j t? o tne of de c i r b the Messrs n Woodward e est principles common conduct of the his drove Fed n the f -la in J J The debate two in House In ths on M- K-o Oranda fry i on the ground had no time him before a justice and Hans entered tht unni to lury the dead The j com plaint pro bono publico Whereupon ens were full c f carrion birds end the eir with the justice after hearing pro I have not titna to write at large and taking th mailer in a cool um health unhurt without a scratch deliberate consideration came to the am thankful conclusion that the Yankee killed tht detr j a certain instrument colled a rifle and SAN JUAN t he pay a fin of 10 or be whipped tea appearance were I.e contemplated the j was is western br tU form before h r SAIN j th t ne pav ann OT or De civil anj morning v Merchant A officer said to be of lashes 1 ha Yankee chose the over me up to that boundary So they style we Hag viewing in a Montreal paper the plan ol The justice then ordered the to during tiie period of more than mould under our thu Now he is ho broken rations pursued bv tiie United against elapsed -i h makes j hns following on the celebrated flied After he had given him five lied to a tree and tht whip mined another proposition for creasing the piy to the K o ii r i ru Semple 3 for ov and her on to mt I t what ore they Vera CruT and was to him tht Other firt Union exert sed our o for ial the plan will be when the Yankee cried us in ths papers for elections und of San Juan and Vera Cruz I half of lo the complainant with their own money and s nusl their sharu Out ish law by Cot tht ankee tie up the girt him half HS ii and we ta's the hue and cry about the tiie ta this region tierras has MARK THE TRAI for Bavai nusi have their sharu few W gov on rule jon of Tampico Y a od of es we flood I in summer for at our K climate f the low or hot country oi ir over the territory tha ecc ilia SUB of counties to the K o Grande c- i M r i of volunteers anJ M a lor her system the territory them with v e e and collected or else thai our turn The to he Vue end also post and Mo ths coun the appointment of the standing committees A senator and a iti it were is In the House the fro Treasury De- elected to the of the c public ana to the Union is us such be the act took sed liSe ET an en fit was and i On the there was n slight in the of an he the form of a increased gace in m And we co nil we the R compensation The Mr at head of the Com r on of the lhat Hj Mr of the accepted and Uio ers in us -n cv Finance and the boundary of Tex yur In the Houat the were announced a jr after the and some transacted He in this region hns r c ioe vc nji T j JI is decided in B of the of being at that season From the A- to Tiie castle is spoken of as a- is pood policy for ved in lo 6 or we 1 be President's Measure has wrought a wonder fui in public and perspicuous tbc at timt when our nation is foreign powers to be but little glory in j i ni Ihn r his arms aloft m but as can ar immense weight of metal to bear Daniel Webster tht 5 it 1 do not think the exploit will a at Hall 1 and 3 juan President can be for tht part he has taken in tha weather on the has signified his determination in ad- vance to oppose all appropriations lot T in tnat i in the i tr r pay ot soldiers or volunteers If there be not six es i- y hundreds and rr ry winch the Revolution and to our countr onc hli while h s eve flashed with and CO of every body for the vindication ol thai mer and the Kio now he x va they h had for keeping a cutle out at appointed and the Senate formally and between tbat river ana me ivio now ccnstitmes part of a and is Ut vat a man! ell well 1 remember the The certainly marie short at this time in tbe Conness of Un thy we waited open him Hewt there in iu m th reported wer Jt W-r of will show an can ser lhat old face with jhe snw white hair now told thf Pi vory manufacturers He heard us all Qne were borne at the him to were ti uphold he not ud States We shall not publish this infamous of These nd what is raore Vulgarity misrepresentation and abuse for tw in 6 justly left him but to in ry simple reasons Tbe that we hwe the the Rio of twenty thousand men into Independence ways a profound for a lory and at a part of Slate of and as a traitor and the second is that we bare no desire entitled to defence aggression any the to make our paper the vehicle of thought and Siat Tne idea that the invited r ment that would shame the or hen roost hh by the than the rwi f TH wo of th hy a follow en snd to show by ih can w him i would for from the ders lhat u intention of which of the New York lo make wpm an the were found of ilic If elected Legislature ibat State j put forth in ih ably und it cannot fail to pro a effect pan lit public b uS A new water ia mentioned an Um i at a time as tht nemy hy weakening our and art at the country as il in Too by half it nt all is mv a- be driven at he owning of a If 10 Ihry rray scoff at tht word traitor bat they yet find on their is tie crowning infamy of their Ha stand by his country Bright or i the Kilida fiam a Mac And if toil fluid Trie any Kai da of John A cxp the of A 1817 abroad for Anna re cd in B as his his Come in of U I am By h Wuh the i ick year you i is ot buy nor sw I mill around rj I of a in the West a cir u where in to be A went into a bar roon fur to drink sell the a if oo waM a ic i U U wei Y vour cast 10 it n TV d fit hern I the old win bis w n not ta dc Uu th er of r s i In fan thm 1.1 ry o itu or i ot Lave Jot u vo too or ef from army t a in i Tbf news from shows ia na awful Kate of anarchy Sinia Ann bi W i TS ate a aim n Urn s the rS the rr Me Now fact that A will Laws mange d o S fiom 1 n Enp re A or U o A Uie Hank I face fll j dwindles to a in rn t ic arid else one save tJj of hwan ih of is tot mor than onr ia a Die cood w down nno Potosi Ceo lor 10 be now or 10.000 ft nni and will I o on war and 01 6 ht a cen any of I tot peace DM they re j ova tni proper i r it
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