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New York Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1858, New York, New York NO. 7960, MORNING JUNE 19, 1858. TWO motatl rar dM tbe eMx to fcr tM la lUr It tte of wd an the Um to SB iww ar penan ud wa to toe IBW * 10 be with or to w by Knary to Md to not fo bo jory of be froa the beyond Jury m or or of to trying the CMO and ta regali bem it may be tbat I Ear a few to yoa la to the or tbe la tbe of and are to rely apoD the of ii to be elicited medlaM of U of two direct or and indirect or Uia tract wben the to a blow or a and be folly there is direst proof of tbe Indirect or is of an array of from a jury and infer the of Ute Mata raot to be be in tbe street by another one tbe blow and tbe parson stabbine ia seen to leave the is and taken with a bloody weapon la though there be no direct evidence that Cie woond was by anch yet tbe tt be ration Tbe and facts most lot be with the having the but the Jury alao be ibat tbe are snch aa to be with any rational than that tha waa the a of are they be and tend to the main If any one of ae tacts linked In the together points to ike ^t of the be consistant with or with the and acts of a wMh orime and if or acta be with and paini directly and tM luUt of the Jury may niu it fled M the of the evidence may be lesa and than direct or the proved are oT a kind and te prod ace quite aa strong a upon tbe mind ai direct In the of crime we are driven 10 rely opon thia of n In the of nd bence tr the verdicts of ware to be predicated vpon direct or oftentimes tbe tuon woold go and public be it ia not relying on improper period of time have we are to to art upon it altogether tbe are that aa have been bad direct through tbe of to make remarks in this case because offered to convict the at the bar of a mixed direct and to be the of a boman being without when perpetrated from a to the of the person a premeditated tbe killing being by whilst engaged in the of a such aa woold be b the former omo the law presumes the intent tiem the mere act of the and of any aot are S bave by the is the act oT and tt la fcr the to excusa or the evidence by Uie the to have been or the not be driven to a In tbe latter when there waa no tbe accused must have been engaged in the of a at tha tune of ine if tbe alleged be a and the has kft tbe premises and Is engaged in another at tbe time of the be not be convicted of murder ondar a count in an indictment the engaged in the of a in tnis there were two either one of the would be found morder if the proved that be bad killed The tia charged the the homicide was committed by tbe prisoner whilst In tbe perpetration a In either case the would be On the morning of the 21st of Eocene a of the police department of tnis was The Grand Jury bad tbe of to be and presented the prisoner at the bar fOr trial in thia cue two for the was he by the prisoner at the With regard to the first question there seemed to be no about the fact that Anderson waa killed on the ot the and from the proof in this not by his own be the evidence that the bis death were made by ballR or from a or ether firearms in the bands of aome other Bat tbe Important in thia caae la who tbe The Court then recapitulated the main pointa la the and stated that tt from either going aU commenting on all the Tbe question the of he ia for tbe jory to They were arbitrarily to a when there la torlL lb this they wwe tn take tbe manner and of the on the stand tbe of bla and the probability of in the nature oT U the be In malarial or to by aa to mattata % be a ream for if the be In any one material It be be and is tka St Bt tta ef Tur Ma In or tiO to no. Mr. Wartte ahm bi OoL the of to camr 6ov. the read mm Camp flooM and Bait Laka te a for tte annr WM atiu deep open the be Mr. the whole of tat at Salt lAka a of In Uia military than waa generally would little to greater than they were aware ot tbe lat of U waa not known in aalt Lake Oty whether it was to be an on or that by Cooke at Tbe of the new arrival In afler that went to Bear to atop the military waa restored to the same state as laat tha under orders to tWie over two The Coraa between Salt Lake bad trona Governor except a company of who to be out with hia had been tbe general theme of in the whan Mr. w. Evading a predatory band the and taking off tte road to the be alao m keeping out of tbe way of the Mormon and close one of principal Tbe trooper him by a spring near Bear river snd made bat followed by twenty eight fourteen before and fourteen tbe Governor to where were about a hundred other borae ana a Tne received Governor C. with greu aad informed him that no would be offered by to the Governor's proceeding to Salt Lake but he would do well to be provided with an was by one party and another ail the way to tbe and with their when tbe road wat bad or tbe snow he arrived in good and expressed little tbe story in 8alt was that some of the escort had endeavored to dissuade him from proceeding by Ecbo where a large body of troops waa whose sentiments towards the Governor was to Uie matter by saying that he wished to meet for that very This pleased tbe he waa aa it would tbe st Echo to whom word was sent in advance that the Governor waa Tbe scene at the eanon been a Tbe and hie were to pretty by the various guarda and bat aa aoon aa the hut one wai the sky was on fire the where the soldiers had been gathering pilea of dry cedar during the A quite feu dc let him hnr from tbe defile takea ha Tbe remarka made by Governor reply to an the Colonel at have been looked tor with intereat by tbe In favor of the were deli verea about ten one aad of their tenor waa in SaU Lake early tbe next The distance ia aboot fifty It waa a bat fia on the popular mind waa old bands stood aloof Governor W. but he had made great with the who voted blm tbe a speech bad excited much he bad promised that be would return Camp Scott a and would bring With Mr. W. the general feeling is now towards the Governor be can do so without prevailed among the regarding their policy under Mr. waa aa to the of tbe peace Young had oat openly in their and Mr. W. does not any man or men in tbe can stand up and any unpopularity on his part aa bat Young had gone so as to a guard in Salt lAke City and several upper to prevent their being bad been tbe cause ot aoine in the em But they moat bitterly of his sot them to tske the supply this and said that he letting them aU oome m and make Bridger Mr. opinion that no attack on States or trains is now intended by the He they not with nie Indians would la Americans stating to be Mr. IS decidedly in support of In case of war be does think 10,000 men woold a force for our Worthen the of the of Bait Lake which Cum Except around the guara houses the city is a nie Mormons had somewhat resented Gov. C Issuing a proclamation inviting persona in Jured to apply to him for For nearly a wedc they large numbers to hia where he had and when be to Camp Scott be the whole of them off with Ko douDt Ibis praiseworthy had cooled tbe feelings of some of Gov. but Mr. W. does net think It wiU prove enough ao to alter mattera op OF THS the St. Lonia June 16.] Tbe party of Col. from Chmp here yesterday on the steamer The Colonel remained but a few leaving Washington on the Ohio and tbe Information brought by bis of we may give name or Major Howard Eagan with Minister the lou from APPEAL TO of the War of of Commercial of tlie Juarez Government at Vera Future Pull of thne or or by the it would not be grand for In criminal of the ix the that It Is not to be that m wlw an wiU into the Thia of la proper for the of tbe aad may be firen by ia not tf In that good but if good be it may of a doubt when the other is nearly the the good la to Thia proof to a great deal with the ia or by the other in that if here be a this ia to and of the evidence in a there stUi reata a doubt tai the mind of a juror that the party ia not then yan to that MmL Bat if aller of the there la no a vagne doubt of yoor abont five the Jury bom in aad it la t shoaM order for snob a coarse in tbe with Mr. agreed that they have The going to tiw 8t Botai aad to noma tar BM if then te an If the tory Tbe to that to us from on party left Camp on tbe of Gov. Cumming bad returned there Cram Salt Lake He stated that instantly upon bla arrival at the Mormon dty be found the population moving otL Tbe movement bad indeed and till the entire people of the northern were m Young delivered into bis hands tbe and all Stato Mormon particularly that Gov. take at theae relying this aa the only one fbr their were urgent that the at once deposit them In a lire proof Tbe eC this with the extensive bad been made to give the to the a la the at Large had been arranged in many honaes which a match would kindled to better councils amang the and strenuous endeavors were made by the part of the to prevent the received the of aad taken maana to prevent the atUI buning of the Gov. Camming it if peacefully to prevent the migration aad aat off after the Tbe whote of tbe northern guards alone being left tal the The number of woman and be Isaa thaa were far so that it waa to The forward traina wore three down the The seven hundred and fifty wagons laden with They were abundantly Many had the baiu bouses of the road Tbe and heavy rains had disappointed their of the dry weather aary to the permanency of and had washed away their They wen thna to the and But appeared no very Buffer much aad trying Tbe attempt to procure a general abandonment of Ute waa of is ur certainty about the which the leaders now propose to TItey keep own in this with remarkable close The suggestion that they were bound for Cedar aty is rather by the that they have driven large herda of their cattle mach of that It feared that they with aome of the Indian tribee of Ote inOi are already sulB aad thos give trouble to Qie bitterly of the of roving parties of them defenceless cn tbe cannot the presented by BO The Indians tbe saying they are aad remained The of inadequate have been Tbe of their la aleae of with the Governar baa to remedy all the of suffering tat the anay thia twenty milea weat of Flotto Bridge met tbe traia of aad also the fbr arrival Johnston baa reported aa to hj their aad by thooe ia the as probably the beat TIm of this to war an the of Us Bla el the army in Ita alsa we ton has tbe aad Mva aad rendered every facility to the Jory had aot Juna tte to hava wbo represents the of Tbe wtt not ef Ibota of we have to the of OF THE City af the bat an 0 of tha tar hM a Che greater portion er IM ara not aad at wan lha an 3aau a acce my last things here have on fhm bal to Kot only is the aad a half with the dergy the decree the property law but alsa four hundred mon been scraped together by hoek or by straits of the under the ot or breaking Tbe administration Uvea ftom hand to the President araws his hundred the and the do the same fbr their San a few days the government could raise only 960,000 to enable blm to cover the of the army of tbe where the battle for life or death is to be He left a with too that could be although tbe journal states it at five that Orders were aent at the lame time to Perez Gomez to abandon bis at and fall back upon where he is to unite with ana both to march on San or New Leon are at Lagos and said to be having concentrated all their corps after tbe victory of last given t3 the of the government that the struggle Is yet to a Perez Gomez took thirty three in aad bung as We shall no doubt bave bitter I learn from the best sources are not well with what is going cm decree has published a forced tax of cae per cent cn atl personal and real which is very to the wno have hardly got over the payaient of tlM of tiie last It will be partially but wiU not relieve the an already clamoring against and this may call out strong measures which win increase the to the of and at is in wLich will iM another motive tor discontent In this of strange In a Uke everything by the time will oome when we can lorrow no and maay will then find in If some kind of a protectorate Is not carried out for OS tbe nationality of will the CdU upon Mr. to Bitter of ike aad French the Loam Lan Woria on Americans and on Lodu to Mr. anS the American Legation for ia an agitation ben among foreign sneb as I have never befon on the subject of a upon real and personal Just imposed by Tbe teve called on Mr. Forsyth for and ao have all opon their Mr. F. a Junta of the hnt it to that thie aad ought not to be made to pay it. He aad lias de tbe French is anathematized more than ever by tbe are excited to tbe pitch of think the liberal cause ia the government is not growing waa late in but he has not been The aay that Zuazua was at tbe gates of 3n Luis with five thousand men and twenty of has effected a junction with which waa occupying San Luis is now at bead of a well appointed army of 6,000 has the same aot It strikes me he committed a military blander in not striking at or or both of their It wsa certainly not d la Tne war is a vindictive and sanguinary Shooting afler the fight bids flair to become is suffering cruelly by the political difference Vera Orat and the It is then an 20,000 of gooda in the waiting for to oome to the Za mors has collected the duties open and tbe supreme will not allow litem to tober Meantime they an damage from tbe long for No of ot go lately made aa to state of things by trying to a between tbe aad the basia ot which was an of the and the free to aad In this he listed the British and and they had an Interview with the Minister of It came to it waa that tbe government did net cana for the of and Um only was to force money out of tiie as a of ita letting the geoda oome In other they might pasa if the would repeat to tbe and it was clear that the French was in wUh the government to the Forsyth to the of the govern meat to tbe fact that hia the or Mr. that IBe of the go wen aad that tt was quito clear that tbe of the was to Ha wartan Zamon over of mer chants who were to The Minister waa at the M. de was with the aad said it be to hia flatly by ever If go M laager then will aot a solvent honse tat It is upon tiie top of a stato of Uke this the piles a loan one Do yoa the groan aad protectorate idea grown Tbe period is aad with great One it ban in tbe very la hen aad Uke a up on Mr. Forsyth's bonds fbr his good con Garcia baa gone to hie home m with a letter from the with he hopea to bring to tbe rascally Prefect who bad him out of private 1. give jon an idea how the new decree ia Mr. Manoel aa the ef Qie Ameritan made np hit mind to to it. He mate his de that lie was ot in the aad to pay bis per A day or two ago the sent him a tf Indeed ia aot already in of Am we hear that the bave beea the for of ao ao that now a soldier ci the caa aot be la tbe whide the an aot satisfied to gin to all of the aad the tt thia time the bi State an receiving frequent aad not over polite Tbe td being hen at laat was at with 1,600 It la quite that I shall soon have to ia my letters to tbe a 0 Captain from ow a Nsv of the Third the caaie orer hen to te that the Is the wife aad haa ao taia ia a aad amy han tta he kapt aay todo The ewe M highest anm the Mr. lisardi contrada that is a mate of bla Mexican says the yon have sugar in aad bi ia yon must pay on the other I knew worth who ban only aad tt baa lieen honea and wan worth that I know too that the have to who to pay taat if they wonld pay would be let off Xbe truth is law waa made to fleece The is from the It ia very tbe at borne should sustain oar in the principie be baa Mot only an in tbe at aad Mr. BiMes wiU be to do hia to impresa Stato to Evoy ia ia to Mr. the American hen far a once will them their property at the a needy aad June from Oe the of Count Mr. write yon all of the of would or to write yon what is known for bat time aad For the peat thna the BMat baa the Palacio ban am ANNA'S 1I SOBM peat I ban engaged la tte aad oT my I tnm af or oa tbe ta order that by sneh I a to tbe Use aad bare been spect to an who an to having aay Jost cana fbr their teve abroad agaM aie a aad ihe or my character aad of the aad the long oa wer of my I ban to aay over which I ban bad ne bave me my I as aoM aa I sball be able to Obtain of important I ter the aad it woold Ect be fbr me to proceed documenta I be liable to fau into aad aa be to tbe face er the other aad an me etili wnh aad an tbe acta of my baa be wiU not let a Uve Spaniard leave hia aad ia nothing of gnat two an in the bands I except only the The towns and hi the State of have been more or by federalista for tbe past at hada Uve government of ita Tbe forcee bad pronounced fbr one knew for whom All I can learn ta that they an very much to general they go la for smaU regulations in every place when a number of highly citizens of jaU for the can be found to form the junta de the Ia the occupants of Salamanca are what will aoon become all over the if a radical doee not scan take m this if a foreign voice is not quickly beard in tbe halls of the great San mutt now be pretty weU occupied aad surrounded by tbe Inope of tbe There is a rep rt that tiie government an yesterday from the Gen. The news was bad for tne I am weU assured that fighting has commenced at San with a fair prospect ot routing tbe government ont of that Tbe faU of San Luis wUl be equivalent to a fall of the government Tbe latter event will sunly follow the thli city then an many rumors as to tbe weakness of tbe and its chances of into pieces some morning for want of to keep up tbe Tbe government is hard up for as aU rf have The Hons levied for tbe creation of a national have created a great deal of and brought forth a toed from tbe and a very clever diplomatic protest tnm the Mr. I have in my laat and m former letters explained the plan of tiie bank and the tm of the up tbe money to create an would prove an incalculable curse to the the of tbe American aad British the with the movements of the government and after resorting to aU of knavish bi which the French took a large the government passed notes to tbe and her Majesty's in they stato of the good behavior of the English and the existing between and the government bad seen proper to prorogue tbe of the decree levying the came out in time for the flowing the departan of the man tbe official comea out and says the wUl be and already the bando bas been From this I very much fear the or to day will never reach tbe coast The evidently to get the money if aad doea not I a straw if their poor country baa to take a flowing for It Tbe present wiU tie tar hence before a arm can be the ia now in the act of trying to put into force scheme to replenish the in a smaU by adding to the existing tariff on imports at least fifty per cent This new dodge has beea by Mr. by the naa ately over a moot hage and is going ahead henin the of everybody at such a rate that be aoon will lie tbe Hon of the if no Already by lila changed baa be made reflected in it It me great to aay that Mr. forsyth baa so far played his part with in the ef the loana aad the M. of Tbe of P 01 are aad to my by who an leat I return my or at return woald be very to a m the capital La several have lately under the caption of glance at tbe et to which 1 have have beea written by aa ia a dignitary of whom I had elevated to rank during tbe very of be writes with so much me. who thus aad without as ii my to are encouraged to act me in thia manner both by my aad by my and if we are to them It would aa if matter of to speak most unfavorably or me all and in aU no ia the why many periodical have into the and errara of oa enry when they have condescended to trouble about of tbx origin and of the and or I have been made a victim is to be and dated from tbe time when first tbe natien honored and me by their and by tbe honors showered down me for my public for tram my earliest youth I have most served my the day I inscribed my name among the or Mexican bi tbe ever year of 1821. From this period an to be dated the persevering of my enemies and and those actions of mine do me most In their enmity me they have even to acknowledge the denial and patriotism which I ed in the days of tbe trial aad suffering of my They have carried their me aa to be guilty of incredible lUly in conduct ban erased my name fnm several wben it bad bean they have removed the of me from tiie m which had been aet ap by tbe wUl of the people or by my bava burnt aD tbe portraits aad of me they conld bty their hands and what is the moat in theae ot which hive they have even left off the annual of the 11th of though it waa ordered to be kept by wanted to prevent my being On other their hatred haa been in tiw of tbe savage have the a member of my body was which I lest while fighting in defence of my bi order that they destroy It They have evea gone ao fbr aa to my and who wen under any violating their places of and np aU their property which they conld lay their hands not find lite to ney have aad by bm tbe appellation of traitor rw my at a time when I drew together I waa aay own money for the of my in order to and equip even at the Ume when I waa the of my when the on which I waa mounted lay on tbe field of whea my clothes were and with when my aad property were set on fin aad evea at such a they branded me with and to in tiie of a treaty of I deemed to be both to tbe stripped me of my property without having any fbr the ass aa a man aad as a aad having any regard for the claims of my children 10 whom my In a want even to deprive me ot the privilege of my 1 which it wonld be and to them thM I ever But even after ao many and against they sn not yet to pursue tbe same and infamous course of and falsifying my and of depreciating aU tbe gnat deeds I have in order if possible to heap disgrace and dishonor upon have never been guilty of tbe presumption of looking upon myself as being on tbe I have confessed my own tor discharging the of chief magistrate of the My been altogether a military and y eara which I might have been able to devote to study and of and I have obliged to in military and in the labon aad dangers of I am far therefore from maintaining that I am perfect in I am and no doubt ban fallen into But those emrs have sever origin to malicious nor are they such as can lie made to the weight of a whole lite consecrated to the my Alas am obliged to it envy and jealousy are which never can be not be at aU that they to me even tbe obligation ia upon public men in vie w of their fellow to or at least to grve an of their conduct and to watch over their ia what at thia impels me to take up my pen to thia duty on my part in to my last of the I in a simple give an of aU my aad of aU my audi aa really witbont aay aim or in being quite sun of that tiie Oddity of truth and impartiality WiU aot tai anything to HI WAS SOT WBT WAS JiE aad with aa tin aad that my waa aad that it waa aot by aay that my waa by tbe WiU ofthe expressed tai the most solema aad that not only it waa by the voice of but that alao aB the of after ite gan tt their full Md support if ray dictatorship was not nor why aad for what was I invested It doee not with It wonld be a ernel aad waaton to call out a to drag him bis home aad in order to make him aern the aad thea on the very next day after giving to Every doing briaga ito own reward as a follows after it ban thaa it baa Joat now wben men the firat in the view of making to their own in liave Juat baa left a mark in our be difficult to blat out bow baa beea 1 How the the altar have been driven bito ban been shut up in ban been abused and even oa the most holy of soldiers ban been wNh tbe honera and of while bnn and the veterana ot War of have been stripped of their sad of sad been made to carry tbe common gun upon their or to take tbe road of or ban even been degraded to tbe office of attest Sadi aa theae wen not the resolta of my I waa not made one to be aad turned out the next they say also that my was aa prejudicial aa tbe of and afterwards me ot giving up my power aad leaving the a is a dear of the ungovernable they ban to find at any that 1 ban Of two I was I waa in the or I was net If the first be why did they tay Why did meto the But if the be guilty of ia I waa required to the wsh which I waa ia might be Item and san the of it bcf How is it that I never do goad which woold theae aa mt in the mooth of 186S, I appeared upon my country 0011, an on a him the of bis ao ao that be dare not pass fnm his house to the Like moat dishonest lie is a passed off with a grand show of aad Xbe troops for tbe interior wen dotted to assist After the left at once for the Vera Cruz June 6, Affairs in that of of Juarez and Governor Friendly Fealings toward and French in status and a rehearsal of the mean political month would apply Vera under martial tbe under arms hen an about the and keep np the same eternal and daOy an attack the To day we hear that Echeagaray is the and to-morrow we are informed that he is returning with his army to Yen can put no in anything you tear jabout the movements of the different foroes at this Aa an tea daya altor Garza was and driven from it waa currently here in the streets that he had taken that is no mail between here aad the dty The coaches but take no matter beyond aad aU lettera ia from tbe interior are stopped in the Post aad parties to whom they are go the Prefect ofthe ud them in bla an withheld is aay of or anything between the two Zuloaga WiU not to aad la return Gov. Zamora wiU not permit to go worth of goods lying in our tito ban bean aad an being by tbe aa an aot permitted to go flus them of Oie be very it is to be many utterly apede han come in from the interior fbr some and mcmey was never and trade mon completely Ven thaa at thia Money ia worth from two to five per per in amaU aad very little tobe at cotton of tbe moot of out of and have been to having of cotton being some 1,000 balea in aton ben Gov. bi his wiU not permit to go the idea that the workmen thrown out of employment will cause them to tarn against the government He doee aot to think for a memant that this aetian on bis part will make the aad thna injured aad thrown out of his moot bitter la to at about the of the state of Ycu in the States caa better matter than we here at the scoie of la conceded hen on aU never nor never will be anything Uke a government in aome foreign able and to do wlU extend a protectorate onr this And ben aU an turned to for that is ben bi aad maintains a mas terly aad a He la as as a aad a He wonld aot bite if yon wen to pat your fiager bi bis ia the of this and and much tf the la his Wt at least two mudi to be aa this BOW only for between thb port and New are few and far being little or no between tbe two Thia ia certainly a very time flor the to her aad it ia to be hoped that wUl at toothy her La at with a fair of a king m tbe aame bae of The trath then la iw WW to do aa the party an to aU or at wen aM of the I aMat fer the waa by the II fha Dan Jaaa bi Om pi aer ead ia tt tha of was the firat who ha that who waa bated by the la ' an aa IM of bH but at It tice la or to aad w ila I the of Now trie man kaa beea Ihe tobe ia for mf to aad most ia of opoa me the power with I waa be even had goae ao tiar aa to sand a to tbe capital to me an my w tbe and to Bat in aC fea opea rebel Udo the f aat dnw op a pisa fbr a aew aa It ia hM to to the aad to the he be waa a plagae aad of the peace aad bat I waa aae bi potting down the tha other atau who joined Mm in bla one of lha first I papand ta attela la my government waa of and and to be paid to so that it aat ba aay laager a to abarate thia ariana an too to be With thia I put ia at the bead of a of new aad abia to me to bt aad I arrived on Ihe shorea of the ia of tbe of whan the haA in aU their I aad to thia day I that for want of a traia of waa to batter down the tha waa hen kat of and tha ia a proper In of my want of w to the aad la the tha to operate as might aU who bad been led taito error by tbe of their leadera might ban aa returning to their I sent to offer to all such pardon aad of the and without any with tha But my were not waited acme days to see if they wonld veaton of their strong but they did not dan to take the and consequently after a few days I left aad marched back to tbe this - the New Joae The of the State tt is fw tbe of a that reporta that of tha ia the Baa have ticen aad to but the haa been carried to haa ita to Isaac J. Sbq aa of the United at of the same nation at the port of Roblea has obtained leave of fbr the purpose to bis than be by then wm moat aaA dittany I bat roda aad deoey la aad of tbt waa asta the aar waa tt ta ha that there wonld bo oaa for a lenr thna to 00^ 111M mada extremely Inexperienced first experience in the art of 11 acquainted with tbe in which I might to and I got nd of the error tiie the ara I a road the city to and I gan orden for the necessary to be taken ia order to oa tha coast of tbe a maritime as a moat for the m well sa for the Ciudad a young lawyer named Garza pat at tbe head eC and tha amaU garrison of the by of the General in qr elae owing to hia Garat now bnu to aad to and ef war fnm the United be alao erected aad to defend the I made f. aet Vara Cruz with cne brigade far Tun in order to operate in wMh General Don who had to mareh apon from San With Both Generate fulfilled the tf tbe aad took Victoria by The little head of the laade ha to their fiMa tibe poor whom be had led At a this fellow Garza the oC a and to the division tt a became and military of tha Province or In man we behold ot tbe and tbe whish urgea on so to keep their m the aad aad Death to ia their usual standard aad In that they may start from nothing and into heroes sad evento ban thia Yucatan tbe which liad sent to Oie revetted wao wen Mag gnaa w their aad in a body marched Ihe Governor aad of the Don B. Diaa de la After a loag aad battle in the capital of General de la Vega completely routed theae Cpon thia the no to and it coat immense and trouble to OF REVOLT OF revolution in the South was gradually dying oat of and would very aoon have altogether ir various bad not begun to shaw being shut up in and to tba greatest by the cos of the was fnm iiia by Gen. Don Felix who went over to hia aide with tha under bis I never coald have expected tha conduct from a soldier I bad with my whom I bad juU before to the rank of Colonel of Battalion in actual and on whom I bad conferred the rank and title of Brevet General of nils event gan fresh to the and the progressed of aU the with which I bad to I persevered in my to views 1 nad set ma I next made a second expedition to tbe revolt bad made its A officer in the name waa bia them into and got tbe troops la join who country joined hia and formed a It became in to act with celerity and decision hi this Tnis waa and with soca that without any all the fled away in all I to parane under tbe command of confidential while brigade was left at under tbe of Leonardo Marquez Afterwards I other important poeta and left my return to the the at ia the dty at broke ont He had pat In lha Governor and Military Commander of the to whom he bad been and bad with both I General Don Guitian to put down this and ha marched against with a brigade weU suppled with military After one battle with this chief 01 under his aad to tbe city to my froa he bad both aad Foor days after my departan Avaa tha ardor to the his andar lha tf D. aad Commander of Saa Lola and Don Antonio deHaro y who waa about that and who bad my government from the very time that be me the portfolio of Minister or Finan of Ay having aow the throughout the whole ia of aU the he had aad conferred appeared also played a great part in the unhappy departure tUl the time of his ta Ban y then who bad canned to be to tha where be found aU hia great hopea be himself being tha of aad people win never to their what a of Bias it ia that mi aad have been able to seize the aad with the which only property beloM to maay yaan of service and real BaA aad make acme man white they fill with who an at tha of these aad who tbe talal which ta tbe aad ntm my return trea tbe aad wen apoke oI the began of tha views tha My was gnat ta the I tend agno ta the that the bad ta a a man aad of which threatened to Among other ba L tha of lha at to than net a ta to hte lUa was a an begged ate to I mm I was ready aad tka aad aad personal aad the order of tha ta a Aa only before tbe waa that of a oaf which been whiA was the oT aach a aad aad the good with at aB I had te of my did aat aa on lUa labore wen by a I who tha aMit to ma aa tha aaly 1 be 1 everybody ancha what tha baa tar Iben few who win aot abas I mala to aie at when armed wen together against my have been to degrade aad iat the cf and
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