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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 8, 1836, Alton, Illinois                             Wi toltwc wwiKft tw wlwhwl n w wur hid tinl vl tiw with tieiit n nnr lintlri Seiinn had all anUsmnumcd to that they crowing Iho by niwl swimrng nvro in the osca hat no and ht by fiUjil Biirlinson thiy MM OV tho piiiiny willi 200 and before iiMof the had surrendered after burying n lo tho All was panic nnd confusion in llm Mexican Anna bad oflnrod nil armistice which Ind been refused ho had made further of fiirs lo acknowledge the Independence of Tex m iking tho Rio Grande the boundary and ro u hostigr until ibe government of lln United Slaics should to gnaanuia the end I can JllllUU sjiuum and it sbould lo approved by tbo se of Mexico 1axa was consiiloreil safe anl the war and the Mexican army would probably tolidly Uouston has n him by Simla Anna nnd also his sad J April lifilh 5 To Oil Excellency of llie of regret extremely Ihnt my silnalioi Kince thobailie of llm 2st has been such ns t prevontmy rendering you my oflicial report i tho sumo previous lit Ibis I have Iho honor to inform llmt on lln evening of the ISlh after a forced marr of fifty five which wns effected in twi days and a half tho army arrived opposite liar risbiirg that evening a courier of the was from which 1 learned Sin la wilh one division of his Ihree Iroop bad marched in llio direction of Lynchs ferr the burning Ilarnsbnrgb ns In passed The army was ordered lo by n lo march early Ibe next I In main body ollecled a crossing over I i yoii on llm morning il the mill having loft tint Ihe nick and a snf licicnl camp guard in Ihe Vta continual the march throughout tlio unking but one in thu prairie for n short and wlthou Al daylight we resumed Ihe line of in a short distance our scouts on countered those of Ihc nnd wo recnivci infornmtiou that Santa Anna was al Mow would tlnil day lako up Ibe lim of inarch for crossing at Tbo Texian army halted wilbin half a mile of Ihn ferry in some and wero engaged in slaughtering when the army of Santa Anna was discovered lo bo approaching in bat tin having been encamped nt Cluppors eight miles Disposition wjs im mediately made of onr amiIpiepiralion for bis lie look a position willi his infimlry nnd artillery in tho occupying an island of bis cavalry covering the left Tho nrlillcry Ihcn opened on our on consisting aoume luriiftea incdium twulvo The infantry 1 in column advanced with tho design of ing our but wero repulsed by a discharge of grape and cannislor from our consis ting of two six The enemy bad uc cupiod n piece of limber williin riflo shot of the left wing of our from which an occasion al inlorclmngo of small arms look plicc between Iho until the enemy withdrew loa posi tion on tho hank of the San about three quarters of n mile from our nnd commenced a A short time be fore our mounted about live in number under be special command of marched out lor llio purpose of reconnituring Ibo ibey received a volly fyjni llio left of ho ene mys and alter a sharp rencounter with their in which ours noted and per formed some feats of during Ibcy reti red in good having had Iwo men severe ly and several horses killed in the moan timo Iho under Iho command ol nnd Bushs with Iho hud marched out for tbo posn of covering tbo rolroat if Al ihoso full buck in good order to our menl about and remained without un ostensible action unlil iho 21st at half pas thrno tho first rcfrosbmenla whicl they Imd enjoyed for two Tbo enemy in Iho moan timo extended the right Hank o their infiinlry so as to occupy the extreme poin of a skirl of limber on the bank of the S in Ja and secured Ihoir left by a fortificalior above 5 foot constructed of packs nm loavtng an opening in tho centre o tho breast work in which their artillery wa tho cavalry upon thoii lull About 0 oclock on the morning tho 2 the enemy were reinforced by 500 choice troop iindar llio command of Ineroasln oilbctivo force lo upwards of 1500 moi while our uguregalo force for Ibo field number cd Ai hull past oclock in Iho eve I ordered tho iho arm to parado their respective having i menu timo ordered bridge on Iho onlr road communicating with Iho eight miles from our to be des thus cutting offal possibility of escape Our troops paraded with alacrity and an woro anxious for thu Their conscious disparity in numbers only scorned to incrcaso their onlhusiusm and and haighlon cd Ihoir anxicly for the Oursitualion nflurdcd mo nn opportunity of making the ar rangements preparatory lo Iho without exposing our designs lo iho 1st Ilegimenl commanded by wns assigned llio Tho 2d under Iho command of formed Iliu loft of Iho Tlio under tho command of in spector wns placed on Ihe right of Ihe Isl Uuimont uml four companies of under tho command of Henry sustained tho Artillery upon tho Our Cavalry commanded by Minibou whoso gallant am daring conduct on tho previous day hid the admiration of bio and called bin to Ihat placed on our exlremo right completed our Our cavalry wns firs despatched to the front of Iho enemys fo tho pur peso of attracting their whilst ai extensive island of limber afforded us an oppor tunily of concentrating our forces and display ing from that point agreeably to the previous do aiHU of the Every evolution was per Joimcd with the whole advancing rap WfA oprn witli onf The liHik two enemys mid vuA fllitlivo tiro with grape and Stomnn with bis regiment having com j Io action ujKm our lofl llie i wltolo nt thn centre nnd on tin in double ipiick rung Die received iho olio nys and advanced without po nt Jiul before a piece was discharged Iiniu onr Onr ivithmit a unlil hey wcru in possession The and the left of Mil iiirdH Inking possnsBinu nf ibn breastwork our having galhmily charged up within 70 of tho enemys when it was ta ken by The conflict lasted about jighloen ininuies frnm lime of close unlil wo wrre in cf llm jimmys rn taking ono piece of load ed four stand of all their c imp equip stores and Our cavalry had charged nnd niKLd ot Iho rnrmy upon tho right and given pursuit to tho which did nol cense until arrived at Iho bridge which I ul among foremost in ollnmnnd ing the Tho conflict jn ihe breast work lasted hula few momenls many of Ihe troops encountered band to andnotjiaving Ihe of b lyonols un onr side onr men used their pieces ns wnr breaking many of them oil at ihe Tho route commenced al halfpnsl Mid liio pursnilhy the main nrmy continued until A guard w s then left in the enemys and our army returned with their killed nnd In tho our loss killed Mid iwtnlylliroo of whom The enemjj loss was OK lininng which was 1 general 4 co 2 lieutenant 0 12 of which were f ft lieiilciiant 2 Jd co 7 1 Prisoners Sintn Jeneral 1 co nitln to t colo private secret try of General S inta An and the Colonel of IlioCjuerrcro are included in llie ioncnil Sanla Anna not laknii imlil llie ami Cos on very few having About 300 and HOO pis have hen collected since the action suv hundred imtl horses were and near tuvlvu lhins ind dollars in For so veinl days previous to Ihe onr Iroops woro engaged in forced exposed cijssivc imd lie additional inconvenielicy of extremely had illy supplied wilh ra lions and amid every dimculty they lore up with cheeifuluriss and nnd prrformcd their niirches wilh speed and was no Previous lo nnd during the action my vinced every disposition to be and were aclirrlj in their In the lliclu I am assured ilut they domaaned selves in such amanner us proved Ihcm worthy ineinbeisof the army of Secretary of was on the loitr weeks his services had been highly to tlio army in battle be was on thu left where Shermans command first en countered and drove the enemy he bore him and tinned his eflorls and c remaining with the pursuers unlil resis Unc3 t Invn llio honor nf tranftiriiltna n ist of all tho officers and men who wero cngx cd in tlio which I respectfully request nay bo ns an act of justice to the in For tho Commanding General to allempldiscrimiutilton as to lluj couduclof ilioso vho commanded in tbo or who were would bo Our cess in ho ncfion is conclusive proof of their luring intrepidity and every oflicer and man proved liimaelf worlby of the cause in vliicli ho while Iho triumph received a llslro from iho humanily which characterized boir conduct after victory ami richly entitles hem to tho admiration and gmiiludo of their Nor should withhold tho irihutn if our grateful thanks from Ilut Being who ulcs Iho destinies of nnd baa in llie mo of grealesl need enabled us lo nncsi u lowurful invader wbilsl dcvaalutiog our coun THE 1 havo Ibo honor lo high Your obedient Ci Frnm the True May PARTICULARS OF TUB CAPTURE OF SANTA During Iho night of the 20ih after Iho skirmish between the Mexican nnd Texian Con Houston mndo a movement with 000 men and ull his and nl day break met iho Mexican force or nljio in nnd gained a posi lion wilbin rifle distance before Ihey were aware of his Two discharges of small aims and cannon loaded wilh musket aclllod tbonllair tho Mexican soldiers then llnow down Ihoir mosl of ihcm willmut nnd begged fur 000 or 700 Tlio officers broke and en deavored lo escape the moulod bow soon overlook all wbodisinnced Ibo they ran fifteen when his borso bogced down in llio near Ibo Brasses then mado for tho limber on Mis pursuers in Iho eagerness ol thuebasodnsliod inlo tbo same bog left Iheir horses nnd continued the puisuiton which was very owing to llio recent rains until they readied tho where it wns The pursuers then spread them nnd searched the wood for a long lime in whenil occurred loan old that Ihochaso like n hard picssed have luken Ibo Tho treo tops weio Ihon when lollho gamo was discovered snugly ensconced in the forks of a Hoc Tbo captors did not know who their prison er until they reached Iho when Ibe Mexican soldiers El General El Gefe Anna Ooit MixisTKit TO Sloven ion and his lady reached Ibis city in Ibo last iteamboat from nnd ore now at will remain heio u few dnys preparulory to his receiving It is understood ho will sail on ihe firsi of Juno for He coeaiu Iho packet ship having declined 11 national which nas tendered W to Yew J to May three nmro schooners had nr rived at the port of wilh wheat from amount of thoir cargoes 5132 Of Tfimr While Kifelontl JO A Morgan Jo Dacics JAM KM Pane Clinton IIHST V LY A WILLIAM JOHN C1KORCJK DAVID ROI1KRT J A MIS SKMlLR Cotuttij JACOB UOHKRT EDMUND For THOMAS ISAAC fou Wo aro lo announce AL as a candidate for lite Stale Senate for tho counlios bf Clair and Wo aro requested to announce o thn voters of Macoupen bat Major JOHN LO OAN a candidate tijr commissioner ul Ihe nexl Angusl will plcnsc inform llie voters of Macoupin counly that JAMES isa candilnlo for county commisoionor ut the next August A HOUSTONS ARIliVAL AT NEH Tliis personage so much renowned of arrived in New on tbo 2Ild of and confirms substanlially all the former published itiilcinents respecting tlie late and cap lire We publish in another column Iho oflicial ncconnl of the FOURTH or over memorable anniversary is near at Wo liavo heard ot a word itbout any arrangements being undo forn celebration of Ihe Bill surely citizens will not let it pass without notice even n Has the spirit if patriotism descried Ibe breasts of our coun rymcn Havo Ibeglorious deeds of our fath by which wo aro put in possession of the incuse civil and religious privileges wo en been forgotten Will nol ben onr young men up iho subject in nnd have ho necessary arrangements adopted for a eel ebrnlion of the day which shall nl once be lib eral nnd of n character which will do honor olhomsolves and ilicir The Legislature of Pennsylvania met at on Iho lOlh of according lo for the purpose of revising thi Statutes of Ihe iho fiench Ambassador il a said is about lo return lo to ro sumo Iho duties of his The following is tlio speech of Ibo English Ambassador lo this upon oc casion of tho late public dinner wilh wllicl ho was honored in Baltimore it has been rny in th public to bo for many years absent from myunlive But I assure yoi that I have upon landing in as if I woro at once returned to my am my nnri my native I havo funm myself among mon who speak the same Inn who hnvc tbo same habit and feelings aro almost b Iho samp laws and baci with prido upon Ibo sumo pnges of history who delight in tbo fame of tho same poet nnd short I have found inAmorici unolhcr Wo lako pleasure in informing tho public o ho arrival of ho new steam ferry boai SAINT from the Ohio lo lake the place of ho old boat which was sunk lasl fall The Allon Ferry in their exertions to accommodate the traveling certainly deserve great mid ive cannot but hope their success will bo commensurate with the oxerlions in Ibis The Charles com inonccd running regularly on Monday A dcstruclivo firo occurred in New Orleans on Iho evening of Iho 18th of caugl in a forgo attached to tho one Mr Miller in Ihe lower part of iho It is sail Ihal more lhan 50 houses woro burnt in about half no Many families woro renderei nnd two or three children burnt tc Tho corporation resolved on tho day to cflect a loan of on Iho credit of the for distribution among tho learn that Iho steamer Helen collapsed ono of her n few iiomenls after leaving on her wny down llio Il is wilh deep regret wo have lo thai the principal and ono other hand worn scalded lo and four others very Colo was well known on the river as u and safe and no blama is attached lo as Ihe boilors wore well filled with nl Iho timo the IVo loarn from iho Chicago that the commissioners of ibe Illinois and Michigan canal have determined that Iho shall be 3fj taut viilo at tin BO feet on tho sur and I feet The sidesaCtho canal arc lo bo threo feot above high water Wlmt gives us peculiar pleasure to state in eriiito to this work dial Iho use of ardent spirit is not lo bo allowed in its The cry is still thiy than thirteen hundred passengers fioin vcd in New on the 15ih THE IXDIAN Vc are pained lo puldish ars of ihe rising of the ic annexed purlieu eek and nmlorof many nf Ibo inhabilanls on llio bor snf nnd A fearful nc ml is duo from Ibo for Ihn do ctdess manner in whicli tho lives nndjirop uf our huvo been lull cl loseil to the hordes of savages upon our The following urn Trotn the liaaff of Cmli llio arrival of Ibe sleain pack William from wo c liuen put in possession of papers from I to Itlt Injclligcnco fiom Ihe ek counlry is of a melancholy The inns in Uussell and Btiibci counties Ala in have dug up llm and com nilled so many outrages on tho inhabitants long Ibe llalcliachublia that the pco u havo called upon tho Governor for protec Ktimiliea havo boon driven their their cudlo nnd IheiV dwellings In cousequclico of this slnlo of he Governor had issued nu order nu itincing llie nnd despatched nn ollieer Iho Arsenal nl Mount wilh a cquisilion for Iwo thousand togeth r wilh tlio ammunition necessary for a The Washington Globe of Tuesday con iins nn oflicial letter from nnoiincing Ihn denlh of who vas shot dead by be Indians on tlio 5th bout 15 miles below Fort The olumbus Herald of Ibo mills A llobbs has also been murdered bile by the same treacherous A tiling man who was lying in bed willi lade his escape by immodialoly raising a lank of llio floor and under Ihe More linn 100 including nnd have fled lo Georgia for iilcty others are coming nnd wnr seems Those ineludinn the Rich Bnl and many have oft behind ihcm several hundred acres ol mil in a high stale of cultivation lo become desolalion and a Abcrcrombio was deputed nboul a or Iwo since lo visit the governor of Al and make known the perilous silualion f llio defenceless lie went nnd ejmcd fr in left here on Saturday on the same wish him more settlers have nearly all come wcio murdered on tbo roud yes A lellor from Ihe laic India lo nlso published in Ihi after speaking of the alarm of tin eople in the neighborhood of Fort Milchcl In order to satisfy myself of the intention of llie 1 despatched n messenger af cr some of iheir principal chiefs lo como nn ee for ibe purpose uf ascertaining fro Imm what Ilicir people Tho chic lave not but sent mo that the men wore bent upon nnd bad prlnefl of ho past nnd present seasons have been a nub eel of complaint nil over Ibo Much pecubilion has boon nnd many rua ous given for Iho existence of Ibis slnlo of but no satisfactory soltilion of tho ililli idly been The following nrti lo from Iliu Cincinnati will throw omo light upon tho and must nil that u speedy reduction must lake daco in Ibo price of n every article ofcoiinlry TI1M Thero never a nmro prumis ng season lhan Iho All nccounirt bal we havo seen agree in with a single which wns an attempt somewhere n Pennsylvania up nn alarm ihnt Ibe lessian fly wns destroying Ibo Last il was all irintir and the poor lies were Infl lo Il is a lilllu singu ur thai the last winter wns the longest and meof llio mosl severe tlmro hns boon foi very little snow compnrnlivc in the Mississippi yet we do not icnr a word of Iho deslruclion of Iho winter frain Il may ho accounted fur in ibis bal Iho crops last year not only proved nhnn lanlly productive but thai there ul this n grentot quantity uf wheat and Hour in hand ilum has been at this whilst citizens have boon pay ng nearly Iwo prices for their A gen Ionian who recently made n u of Ibis nnd Indiana snij in orms us thai the quantity of wheat joiighl up on speculation was nenlioncd ono individual who had ten thou sand for which bo hud refused icr We hope ho may keep itwitil 10 cnn gel Our ns ns opinion tbnl flour will be fourdollars bo ore June is hisobsctvalions during bis were also extended lo with simi iir giving it as his opinion ibero never was as much in Ihe country ul Ibis season of Ibo year as al The proof of ibis is coming home to us in the fall of hams from sixteen to ten ut which hitler price they aro now bought from Iho wagons daily nnd we know of a lol of Ihe hog having been sold al seven and r is declining in pticc nl over Ibe Unilcd ibero was nol over tiro thirds of a crop lasi and llio next harvest is six months oil But will this fall in prices now bring back Ibe hundreds of induslrious mechanics lha havo been driven from ourcily by speculation to scrk their bread elsewhere i will have a tendency o prevent olhers going There has not been a yenr since we netvCin there has nol beenmore I ban double Ibe number of buildings in progrcs al Ibis season of the year lhan there now A muster carpenter who wo buildings on tells us ho finds il very difficult lo ge bonds to carry nnd will nol contract fo any mote this A letter from of Iho 71 says Our markol is glutted ivillrbncon sales o good western nl la for IDiTor nn 01 for shoulders n lol ol 1200 ns snmblcd in Ibe swamp near the Federal Baltimore by General sol viih the view of attacking any Iroops llml on the whnjf at 12 The loss musl b nighl march inlo Iho 1 have salisfied immense on especially on a myself thai Ihey contemplate and willioul military Iho settlers musl be driv en from Ilicir homes wilh n grenl loss of if nol iheir I have thought it my duly to give you this Ihal you may call inlo immediate service n Sliflicienl force to put these Indians down and protect the lives nnd properly of the settlers An extra from theoflico of iho Charleston Couricron Sunday ns Iliu latest that ihero wns no longer nny doubl of ngeneral Creek Fifly families arere fiorled lo have been just murdered nnd 2000 people have fled to for protec It is stale of ibe frontier is most There aie not 500 effec tive men between the Creeks and and Iloiida will be if Ihe govern ors of South Carolina nnd Georgia do not send mounted men to iho Florida line and lo Tho number of persons known to bo killed was A family consisling of n his nnd on their way to were all killed except the whpescnped wilh two shots through her This happened on the old federal at police Inelvo miles west of Tho Indians have entire possession of that within llml nnd alHheset tlcmenls in that below llio Iho sertlers having consisling of about 150 wilh about 150 on their way to were fired upon on Monday theOlh when llio first wagon descended o It is supposed that Ihe Indians have got possesion on I ho abandoned of from to bushels ol They destroyed every thing on Ibcn burning iho The Indians had sent word lo that ihoy would burn that placo on n certain which had A parly of about 40 armed men went on be road from with ihe Accommodation v I he ffs ra cK rrr 4 years who could give no information of f ban its parents they bad piobahly A known IS rare nn arliclo as n halfo friend V rliinf parents they bad piobahly n Friendly who had been sent for to n a urge Inls arc on their nayTrom Now Al on the flour wa very dull during ihe weak previousin Thili dolphia il wns declining on Ibe 14th in Cii cinall il sold al 75 per the and n further reduciion wns anlicipalot Whiskey sold in Iliu laller place at llm sam dole for 25 cenls per and 8 cents wa tho most that could bo obtained for largo lo of hog It was sold last week al for To By inserting llio following wo do not wish lo bo considered ns adoplin tbo views of our or even ns b Moving that ho resolution of Bonton w oflcred in good We have seen of Ibis within the last fe to satisfy os tlnil il is only a purl of r extensive system of deception by which it attempted lo gull tho people inlo Ibo belit that tho destruction of tho Bank will I succeeded by a currency purely Tl game was commenced while bo war upon tl Bank wns and it is doubtless wit in the rccollectioiiof most of our th it was the occasion of many un oratorical by Iho renowned Colonel A go currency was declared to bo more in nccon auco wilh the spirit of our tht the bank rag currency which has been so o leu nnd so severely Bin what Ibo teslimony at fuels What is Iho preset condition of our 03 comparedwit its condition n few years ago The bankin capital in tho States whore the present admii islration have unlimited srniy has insome sea in trebled and Cold nnd llie fift quarter Wo nro therefore ml Ins young men were beyond his The communication beyond 12 o lj mflcs wesl of on the old fedora being cut en many more murdcis linn be above slated might bnvo been committed but ol course could not bo Charleston papers to Ihe and Angus la lo the 10th further accounts of ho depredationsof the more hoirid lhan those detailed Exlract of a loiter from a in Mer cer dated NKW May this pail of Term Pinna is settling very ist Ibis General hoallh Every thing demands n high Corn vorlh from SO to 7fl cents per linshel baeon rroin 12 to per flour from lo icr bairel labor from o per Wheat chiefly doslrnycd by iho was al our lasl dales engaged in discussion put of reference of nemorials for ho recognition of Texian indo in appropriating money to pios ciio Ihe war against the Clocks and which these mco in tho sincorily wi schemes urn intrniluci II is as idle lo tulk ofsubsliluling gold for il present circulating medium of Ibis i it is to think of making diamonds nnrwer tli purposes of But we leave ou correspondent lo the expression of his views and arc willing lo allow him iho use of 01 columns for Ihal For lln good measure proposed by Senator liei On ihe iWdol Benlon sul milled lo tbo Senaio iho following That fmni and after Ibn dai I m Ihe year nothing but gold anil silver ought lo public liims and that on lo report u bill i i llm II m ntilry le ci ys rn I Idto Ibis Aclunl seniors inucd specie cnuimh I purcluso land sullicicnl for Ihoir own im mcdiale use and they will not bo rompelled buy by of ils being zeu by Reject tho bank rags Irom the Lind and you cut un land speculation by the ll vory thing to borrow from tho favomdeasioiii JoaJs of rags to bo in thu pubi oauhH K110W Hull III1 Hind will not como back for redemption y ynnrn hut to borrow Ihoir lileer nnd until ill boa vory dillkull 11 bo said lint it will drnin Iho Western of ils gold nnd Tliin will lo some so long ns tho fur Iho public aro hurried Vlo New York nnd Bill ot bu Iho cnso midor Iho proposed Bpeclc to so groaf nn bxtciit IB imilor Alibis tho purcjinso public lands either itli or wilh llmt tvliicli is per cent ctlrr lhan piirdnsn mis for ids li bi KJI JtttmCti uiit which want fot iay belmltl ntimcnjus bands of iih their saddlulingsslullcd wilh rmp by Ibe hiiid eon converted inlo Qffiee Haniy nying nil tho public landsIn innikct more tlnn double thn quantity of pub c hind in liy actual mil would bo if lund apccuhilioii wi ro nut the operation of Iho proscnC llm jnoral rovcrnmcnt is rapidly beconimg esled of ils best lues u rt civo in exchange Not u n It a ere it infiniloly worse llitm Iho syslcm ho lands cnnnot bo rolm lo tho nnd the bargain Im Already flic debt duo 10 government from the deposito is so to null far itiou iiiv ucpuyiiu IS go Congress isafraid to call fur pijmont will produce n Tncy dare not will p ass iblicl u win inounco u Incy dare not ho bill o dislribiilc llio proceeds of tho lie leal tho whig should call slnrnu nnd bin Inak ir Ihoir nnu ijiui tiriajf ic pet Bui government ever iilizo Iho dobt tho public liudsor ono thing is lo the uluslrioiis who wauls a pioco of i ind for hisown will buy it at a igh price foreign land ho banks and speculators are Iho f pirlies beuofited by llie nrcsent systom I lie ovornmont ils good lauds fur a des dobl j llio cultivator paysa Ire 10 or qundruplo price for hind but the spcc Iho dilleronco between he mi liimim price of public lands mid Iho p icj it vbich ho sells the which is tho shnro of tho spoils allot by ilio present lo Im pel banks Henions if adoplcd will irovoan clVcclual check to the presentijslcm glad ID dec Ihil Iho leadnf opposilion feimtore havo evinced r deposition to support piinided i meets rim of Iho vestorn members Let them not lo give it their decidud nnd united Il is and ore will not bo suspected of originating in tho milk of Ibo Any western may yolo for willioul Iho sligliicsl Let tho West go for il nnd il must AN RKSIOBXT or Tbo following remarks are from Iho Evening and were published in per as inlioduclory to Ibeaccounlof thcraiir dor of Ilammoml and burning of Mclhlosh in We publish Ihoin to show that iho languageWhich wns employed by us in lion lo was even tame ivitli llml of some of oat We do not by nny menus williIlia llul Ibis shocking even should he Tor goilen as soon ns So far us thelion orof our counHy is wo should in deed be huppy if il woro incniioncd no 11 is n disgrace lo that barbarities which tinder its mosl dospolic bus laid aside us too tovalting lo humanily loloralcd any aro revived in our Wo llml IhoTcoling of Ibis giacc sbould be so generally and the public abhorrence of such acls BO decided ly expressed as to if their recurrence in If tho people of Louis choosu lo copy Iho practices of savages and put ibcircapliveslo death by Iho torments of they cannot expect Ihnttho rest of Ilia world should be silcnl spcclnlors of ilia atro Men will call llio act by ils aim andIhoso who wero engaged in besides bo ing branded as murderers for puttinglo death human being without form of will bo marked ns under the human conceal Iho instincts of the wolf and Tho event should therefore bo remembered as a warning against Iho excesses lo which an excited multitudemay bo curried when it at tempts to take Iho law in ils own Wo had hoped that Iheso excesses for he given way o n feeling of caused by iho various ouliages which had been perpetrated by mobs in different parts of our Tim evenl has disappointed but wo hope Ihat this frightful instance of popu lar madness will bo the From the Baltimore T bo horrible proceeding nl whcro burned lo donih a negro who com mitted admits of no llio net Ihey became murderers bo wretch would huvo been condemned death by llie regular had he suliercd to await his jnslicn would have been appeased but to ding him slake nnd burn him without Ihe snnction of wns to establish a supposing is loosbocljin pimislimom to be sanctioned by Us infliction willioul is still I bo tragedies at and Louii make uno blush for ones Fyuihtution of the Now oik Daily Advertiser diafu n Unemntiand selling in Wnll nt I nnd similar aro obtained for drafts lluouglioul Ibe ol Iho eqiialmmr Ihe curiency Jackson said ho would give tho pnblio n bolter nurren than Ibal of tho United Slates Wo should be glad to be informed when his prom iso is to be Baltimore Paliiotuf llm say flm of ank under its new auspices stands tjiun lls iliscmmieil nis on Bank slock on oil o 6Ccu oo 1W I Sf7005SO m ln V sale has bucn of smuM branches wero nnd i   

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