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Mexican Times (Newspaper) - May 27, 1867, Mexico, New Mexico A SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO COMMERCE AND 4. MOVE STEADILY MON MAY 27, 3867. No. 9 Move steadily move On in this world uf there's thorns your path 0> win strewn Willi flowers In the or in ihe If or a true an I a daring on your Move move ly On in litis wo lil Whether it be o'er a in r Or ilt of mmw Whi tluT vmii friends filse or Whether sad cir Be ymi arc - then dare and M ive on your Move steadily move steadily on sit ami sgh Over some rll ( her a sky Theie is there is lest pleasures that st iv Move steadily on with a trut Muve sti mi your PARDONING THE RE 15EL. BY martin a. for have you Kennedy beautiful ig I was il by his i n a stua in a IK at dwelling in ir I have heard that the has 1 fir seven thousand men in lhe I those fa i a lies will a end hv 1 threat I not ti in rf aiding in the Susan's 11�I no longer receive and Willi a. sense of idle hade him leave lier forever and her timn her id he his The next c irs lime to Ins and it. Wis ii re S f t Tune rapidly aw hut no came of the Kennedy ' he Was all I was soon 1>V his Several calls f u had been many el relatives re in the Federal j and her old was The I eli is. If gin t he were i. 1Y1 ami came tM y uf until ai las they co | the army them won the st irry The hie tile which is I and We Will ill tempt to describe it Fiom t i from valley the t ruble t nil ii the arms Were g fit; invaders to I the and j thai eory mediately after the b tic of g and ' to toe reiel the wh Weie Crowded iii o buns an I d or lay in i I Cine for t j w is Mun wh in ii V vi h the field to W oil tan e they might t i th rs Sum md in one the j ti -Id were tilled W ill men ill every upon the g I Win ii w is I teue I hy their own id on I. ai 1 party directed their j hod lied fii I an I f 1'ial -o de now After * hoys ill cared oil ii if done which I lie t i them directed I attention a gni if who Were apart fmm the rest gained from reports lai I ' ' Immediately General after before tie | not j I assumed of the mily that was h ft in the way j no uf the in mi the side of the i I 1 applied to anv hut their for 10-iucll i were in the and and mot w ueh I considered to them by their formi i necessary the of the lower hut none could be the general | earliest refer to I being New Orleans would not tile Hrt of the and to j be by the river and I Wis iken for larger j foe lied to make best possible over ih Th d here en- i defence with the guns at my Twelve cm tired linn ha I been po inders w re sent to Jacks above the point of It is enough it was on tue St of April I St together with a large additional j to say that the fifth day of bombardment that weie completely ty of and being nd endurance went by in vain correspond the wit i in of the that With calibre h in jest die ' it was I i ted wd could not hinder fiom | to tow through the mini unless could be detained for however was The rest ha I i some time under fire of the j then to he fully armed and dialed and in ' rapidly the construction of ram and a which had been prepared for co operation with the were jealous alike of the interference they had at first met with from the and of that to which they now subjected when transferred lo the rule of their professional It is not for us who inherit the memories of to lean too hardly on the errors which divided the command at this critical and kept the real chiefs at twenty miles th ill -I HUH j HtMl lit the meanwhile whole squadron wis | a at a ro obstruction t d for the under ti of Is. The forts had eighty fin by the tg er ' be broug leuc dyi ig on by the ig er that be brought successively to to m. it the bear upon were manned by g a battle it in the contracted ' uf well trained affording of a river's The mere a double relief to and commanded ii Wiis hy no means the of by who had no superiors in any cire for his perhaps u in - I feared th a the water in the spring ty the battle of he ( the accompanying would cany he every his and i away the yet every confidence was felt th it ler personally that the river would remain closed until hi sh ne in the I such ii ne as the steamers could he w en tided in- 1 I ti. my we will not - know I aur of Southern and educated differently My sympathies are for j Was one bearing the uniform of a rebel native and now that they have j nearly to refO to resent tlie wrongs ' heaped upon them hy the throw ilie yoke lias so long been chafing I feel it my duty as well as my privilege to go at once and utTur my fit bie servires our you do not mean to say that you intend to join in this do you 1"' in C my replied to utilise such sog the nf individuals of w is by th engineer of ' It who the should he stopped and the sides in t of the plan wis I 11'11e 11:11 Iy hy all the Then each for the hum p the or hy 1." bigs sail I. in every device iin w re lined h by by with ropes by Some r vessels over lo make lu March no heavy guns jet been although applications le by ine to some from when that place wis The general of all those to whom I applied the I truest guns should he p above New not I had notified the department on 111 id that in my the fleet only te I the arrival of the ence and Not only did Mitchell refuse to place the where her battery might be of bik ihe only immediate service remaining to be performed - the sending down of in the night against Porter's left the tugboats allotted for that duty being under ' This does net excuse the says there were six boats oi the river et available for this independent of those alluded and fire baiges were More plainly still d Lowell's Report speak of what occurred that night and dining the eventful one which lie a for the very reason set forth in my letter to the department ttf the 15th of Unable to erti anil unwilling to be governed by their almost total want of and rendered them useless anil when the enemy finally dashed upon them suddenly in a dark regret very much that the department not think il advisable to grant my request to place some competent head in charge of these The 23rd of April broke warm ami 1 could not ihe Southern which runs in my veins by remaining heie while my countrymen are ham ho liberty ami for It will he to pari with but I mv passed around A deep gash on ihe top uf his head passage of a of and in his leit side appeared t be a severe She was lo offer him a cup of water when he opened eyes mid looked at a closing them miir muie i iii an a cry of and a j avows and declares gazing at him then step- to b- about to essay an which was a vessels to attempt to pass up the river from j The garrisons had now giren up hope of i immediate aid from the and at The personal exertions of an tempi d lo repair the pressing damages as major 0 it relation of the Gen I they best could under Porter's di I at length procure three 10 inch and j the JaUer slackened perceptive 8-inrh hollow shot j and struck by this fact and five huge which were mounted j he as fa jetter I bet .re the ascribed to the enemy's growing short of ando movements in the flurt mice mote wrote to Mi to urge ths the less and some iht ir t mike things more visible j as before on the IS 11 iog the for die actual conflict was lo j April but a week ins to Porter's a tack take iii j was damaged by a ihus ill person with by a according ail of whose Opinions I s ' the the a id the ch and effectiveness the as an For six long days did the garrisons of the elates to hive that of Porter was 10 it deference to h s charge and the reputation he had gamed rather that to his relative In cral of the 2Uiit of me ll of- w siii c o' iwo modes by that and when has gained j ilis tl i my I think will not he a great i is it t do you a drink of ami The lorts were ai water | a I to he run in the and He his eyes and looked wildly nt j t until a as s then raising i lurce t-i was in the above at a the lie ir j en lure the fire which Porter rained on as the casemates h u the 13-iuch shells dieted serious and disabled a of the guns The unprotected barracks in fort were destroyed with all j the spare most within the twelve flours tremendous I Tne CT could make while I will to claim you as j and and take you lo my home it A strange her in 01 i to spend the of our j t was in | j iiim that Susa J the iii le rebel M time could think of no one bur M she tried heard to l i a few he was removed to a more iful for loig ek- life no a thread Susan vi I Iiim ami her to Co her mind Woil I wan k to the time n they log a ii 1 and the sight 01 lint as he looked so on in her formi r he and fire the I which th v might be conveyed by a t j luW creek the whi Toe then be ef fo b. the hulk of the j ml f up along the ti operate fui tiler by land or Water i according to ihe means of the enemy I This project was in the end not executed in 1 ils the hots to its hj ccas The assault i was by a bombardment fmu ler's heavy Af er had within of Works by the morning i of the 13m and the work i tion beg in by their throwing ih it day nearly shells about ihe heads of the j I Those hav at the at Oi leans need do so no j muie tney j of the Federal and ihe v g iin j and decision with which Farrag it ai toe j to with the divi ed and posed them by the On ihe of General a known who j ed the defeat became lint the enemy's fleet was H ith lie and his General anticipated and bad in ole urgent and repeated a change of armament at the gnus in which weie hul old 32 ami 42 held to be unfit for repelling the steam fleet which threatened a second f works nt arer to the city mounted hut of the former having even of the latter the urgent of the naval w siles lo use this of the armament mi some g fitting for d- fense of the How this most serious uf i ot ordnance a. use fiom the of the on the river from L We quote his own at some not only this to how early in the Wai the Con federates naval authorities had turned their in the of which two large intended both for ramming carrying guns in battel were b iog prepared at JX for the success of the Union the mechanical means wuich their foes controlled were hy no to th. ir powers of This deficiency continual delay whilst the of anil so far i that thai the de- for the 1st of were fumul for use when the Federal three mouths burst its through to the fated to feel and her swf blue j upon how ymi | 1 will to so. h a ihn g. -i ' wif much as I love you J think of Jl win On vuur hand our and in our starry ll in ihe must never thing your for I Will never wed a j | you distract cried Samuel taking her hand in Do talk that my vim certainly ' Hot veur me. j jr If y- U Will this notion lime he f in i In- old he Wa I will bieak tan ly replied f you wid you forget I wll have to do a who seeks t c destruction of I almost to said but I cannot lei that me fiom my I lo He at h ami he sat hy her on the In- which they sat three years - he took her hand in and he V said it is a long we sat 1 will nevei forget he last visit 1 mad - you ami had I ad- I r tu my services lo my in- would have been a happy man mid if yol ai e | it be mi. j can give you but ii h- a fur me you can me. as soon as yon I have a duly to pei firm as Well as replied that is to myself from toe 0t tin Mr. if that is and forget me as as assured that you ban no place in my ' Oh my you drive me cried nut call me ymir any if you what have you must he a Ware I do not wih your company 4" I Can but 1 CitU never forget said preparing to I may if mv life is and perhaps ymi forget your prejudices by that Susan had the sofa and burst into that she fully realized a little more than before rame into place to attend had m an His Hut I Was hoi and rolled to my I have now taken il ri oath of to the Umt d am to leave South forever Never again wid I take up arms my I have done very wr but 1 hope you will forgive ami the promise yon mole lung will hut rebel lie will again be lier head on his bosom and red you were a but I will cheet fully and renew my to be yours A f w months later papers of jr ihe of and Mr. Samuel Tlie Wavy iai the Iks Edinburgh Official - - As expressed yourself perfectly father was ane of the satisfied with force given to and as cl consequently he Was desirable to and being a gentleman in every st use uf the as far as outward are c he no difficulty in winning the affections of the belle uf lint at the outbreak of re when Kennedy declared his more will be added before you can the and the country will you Such success have been all but im hail the Confederate been as organised as at the time was A. full knowledge of the feeble owing to the inferiority uf range of most of their yet the never and the enormous of Federal determined to ihe endeavour to i the by main force in tho hours of I On tiie third under cover i of a furious an expedition of two gun under approaches the means of ' says Ad niral was nut in the failure to ignite the petards with the galvanic In no officer of ih American services hail at that time been trained to the use upon or under water of powerful engine of he St was a under the a highly meritorious In fact the under Lieutenant grappled one of the which that officer boarded at and detached from the chains had secured her to ihe barricade which was then laid His iat the only one seen hy the of 'A heavy lire Was upon which caused ner to but not until she had partially her The raft after this could regarded as an The following night the garrison were cheered by the descent from Orleans of one of two ir the heavy By this time the s in their defences were very under almost liable cever ih y had to make tlie necessary On with Captain a naval officer who now arrive I and assumed charge of all the steamers gathered fur lae Duncan learnt that her motive was incomplete and hat sti far from taking ihe offensive against the his was bent on her above the forts until ihe uh had finished their In vain ihe General appeal to his chief at ami the latter to Commodore the successor ol aid uf The sent indeed to the but with the proviso to them only Sf in his judgment it was und iii consequence Mitchell to keeping tho for present nut of fair to say that his vi w was those of the naval officers under hi in. On the other the volunteers who chiefly manned the in small After the wir had actually carried 9,11 fur the of the uf New York hy a who for his work as a ot the U. S. under whom he wst leuco 011 with Sir and learnt the of Parley's work uu the wreck the been in use thirteen years by the Royal at being into a position to aid at least by her battery in the H s request Was and somewhat he communicated the additional news that his suspicious were confirmed by tne enemy's b ials fixing white ll tgs in the line of their expected lie learnt from reply that the would be ready by Before that ev hail the ironclad was prepared to be blown up by his own Kept so caref illy out of way as she had ihe only damage inflicted by Iter was that caused by the explosion to the she had been built to aid The anxiety suffered by Duncan and his troops during the early part of the night was enhanced by an increase in the fire of the which took place when the tl and by their ignorance of what the enemy was doing under cover of Porter's shelis as. on the previous the promised fire rafts were floated down by the Wan it was should be especially with this omission it is hard to Il is clear that Captain though invested nominally with the whole control of the river was unable lo make his felt by the naval whose senior declared officially three days in the name of his would not be governed by the regulations of the navy or command by naval At two o'clock on the morning of the 2-1'h, Farragut gave his d signal ordinary red so as not to excite the advance began in two That on the under Captun wasted by the gunboat which bore the She was followed by the steam and and five other gunboats in The left the the Admiral's was in but stronger by a being led by his in the gunboat which was followed by two other and five more The divided counsels uf their the exhaustion of the insubordination of the incompleteness of their were all unknown to and how great commander's anxiety as to the issue of his bold and the prospect of passing the forts With a respectable is best shown by his General sent round a time before in the opinion of the the propitious time has tne signal will be made to weigh and advance to the in his at the time of arriving at of ilia different divisions uf the - he will make the No. aud abide the or to keep under past three the tho placed themselves so as and for the nighty by addition ' the sailing which was towed range of Fort i Severely damaged the - jaye way ihe rush the while at the fame moment the forts opened and one of the most tearful scenes began which naval be
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