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Wisconsin Argus (Newspaper) - October 31, 1848, Madison, Wisconsin w SMITH HOLT- as Cards 31 BRIDGE Co nn tn readers thr It if I I Hi the Water St Milwaukee nt Hut I If t s I II tri f 1 I1 i It V N V David TT n 41 liAv A MI i SI Pa nil Win UM KM TTn IB It is Well Jo all the In and war wuh Ori it to the tf r inj by marque were fallen in ea which were sailors nnd ami ed valuable roe crew and finally applied to the of American in port for the loan of their for a day This faY'ir was readily The deror was scan manned by eighty val of i ad which ninety as fine fellows as r knotted a i be in UM dictates of MADISON TUESDAY OCTOBER 1848 F ropi i wont meet be in e anc j mti e This wrs a the matter nev tj tte Vat we There was force in tt e ret of the mnn anJ tin responded to tet He felt that il ordered to semi port in the and saw s jch a crew atl little than to let fire Stag's Hut the gre ter part of nl quarte 3 he promptly defiled in hist to and pi of private 01 or an h privateer no ch tin cables in those B shipt t Co on board in his barge agrei ably to and passed up the were and over tho gangway lit i i nij I nnu IB the the ships were hr on the own mind that was Vi he an in the TT I thu lit A t he wj 1 ho to n mpy INI th a Ac nt Law n K ha McGregor nf IV U s t Mil J V-i pi i x I U k Wii they caj after i stripped of thei Much often j seen in thu night on the Atl on the on the Indian and j while they ended to cripple resourc -i of the enemy they ed ti vast 1 suffering and many worthy mei who perhaps dej a wat the two -s as u groat evil to be at ii from IP of ti tho lowest dept t ot ty Such i re some of antl consequences a wor Ii tilt in Kith of August 1 13 a of a ri rig 1 Mil V V 1 MI t 1C T i t I C an v r W J H m u ill Si In t it i I W T fr i K t it I i M t A C S- t T t rs i p fr I r ID 1 1 b I be I i 1 not in IHT nn t i In V I rj J tm I lo find on the pilot boat moJi n u port in Ni i In lies with burn or d to till i t uith on I v pc c nr U it cl: to u iu great o luted for luik t hting ol pound cam nuts whil LTt-jtl stamen D i Ns ui uU in T She was 1111 Ii -.1 u Ii side t t Slit I fur a nry mist il M spurred g rune 115 1 seas n H nh ai J to d i a great mischief and would short work with anything of less fo ce than nar He to take y The re lull equalled the expectations of Capt who stood in as much of a imall gun Irtig as of tl frigate but who was determined to moid a con- tact with either and trust to the nets of h s heels if he could once get fairly ou to sea An opportunity at length A furious set iu The wind blew in fierce anc fitful gusts and the rain in prent abundance and the obscurity of the ordered he cable to be ct I and a r and jib shot like a of the of poa The anderer hnd n fire run to the Capo of jood Hope and with no- thing to for One da i win n a few degrees o the of he as day broke in the a ship steering to th under n press of Capt W altered the i of the unO steered directly Or the ship winch hi soon made out to be a heavy Itn ss well upon tba when far away BL it i uncertain what liar 3 result liad he not nt the of the a id a Mrs but Henderson SI e wn in a in her ai d addressed I ho captain in B T ice which ed to in mci for months to the gruff mutter ngi jf tl e sailors like the music o thr spheres Ho listened to her atte in eloquent guage eil thi cansa of her kand em Wil on who with all a Dalian r at man was in his lurn complewiy ti U hei to give herself no further the Teasel and cargo should be nstor d to her husband Such the of beauty ng m bt h If cf h inanity and In thj mean t c English sailors who were among the en re ng in sundry al n merits I sav row ed a rough jug a ke a screech owl wi h t ie bro chilis just look nature never defF ww against each was to lake the cromrormrJ of a ship in the East In- dia trade He sailed from New and in due time arrived ar the Cape of Good Hope On ami reporting his vessel be asked if he was the same Captain Wilcox who com- manded the brig Wanderer during the war replied he said the officer allow me to return my thanks for youi kind ment of a countryman whom you cap- tured off tha Cape but generously re- stored his vessel and cargo He found that the story was well known at the Cape for the Alnwick had put into Table Bay after the vessels separated and Henderson and his fair companion were loud and eager in their praises of the generous hearted Yankee captain was great hospitality during his stay at Cape Town The Governor showed him many attentions were and parties given for his especial gratification nnd the ladies in particular welcomed him with their smiles AnJ all this for ing the dictates of a heart ami refusing to act on the high sens in a manner more becoming n lawless caneer or a pirate than n member of a civilized nnd Christian community The more he reflected on the course he wits prevailed upon to adopt with re- gard lo the English East the mamed with a and and in tte w oils w l irK TCI mul WT i 11 H I tin nt in KAI i v x fir i r n v K i v i H U- y r II 1 r Thu V a ni I nl c i by an of tnc were piped Come i iy the captain we iry ihu of fellow tuken nothing yet nnd there id picking on boar 1 of suine of ot ward The thing m lit be carefully for if Jc tin Dull only suspects our ri he will is out of the d by these it the in e e gun j better be was with himself rip led Ben so there is What a ninny I should said he to himself if I hnd sot the wick Castle on fire with the pi en of doing my best to cripple the ces of tlie enemy He left the Cape of Good Hope nml neit touched ai the Isle of France of it i M gff tU I wish I a flower path by her own I might tta To hef Thon in bar writ MM By soft die I were a Sutlo upon tin boug That j Vin the enabled loc tion qft the nil upon the same rWt a c to the of a It Will tio that the ie M rra ot tho backward by any T eight h il may have tp M each r IK atl wheel aeli the it a M tltc That gun was ast in a foundry I is m ul i f t js kind cf metal ait mot ev of the crew nnd her a s o u of t le same kidney of mnr in these Yankees i a e all This has u it an on board ill as sure is my thy ight i we been ter the ship was anchored in Port Louis in the boatswain i he started in his gig for the shore A pit iiir Hill mil water laugh us ly and the Lill bullero in a style other charn of a ft r B t i t ui t b i T On ll i fill 11 b Wiir a rol a stric i hu crew it i i vc 1 v pass ig 11 n of canvass vas packed on the brig and it was dent that thr the ihd not like her ice for he tacked ship nml to t ic southwest Thi Wanderer nd gained upon chase and the weather quarter when jr vf h t npl fired a gun to windward IT i pHU -I r I M I Mn n n I I N K r 1 mi I In- Str i M Wu i i r f n nJ 1 I W I V in It ilv II M it riMM nf Tl r levy in i Ten it HT ur f movo thp i illi lit r iiii ru ot i il f vith i v n y H n 11 Wit 11 with a and wa their lie fou id litt e u in withi 1 rgo merchant hat I taut 2 I tree as her homo luw through she to roam Ami o'er hor mwk tn To fun bor brow nml kiu her t- And her I T were n glimmering In sky through from afu Might her i watch ad Uw Indent no iio more nnd mi cluster than a- roi nd tbu of thu sun 110 be doubted dial the grandeur of thu d url of was never continent and perhaps never pa sed on the scuts snoie for research ill u A hangs all an bb vail ol obscurity Is even more of ions irom fact that bad no lialict not even sysum of n-s Irit all re by These ai i-l if fly ami to the c of Mr tho ot be IMS in weave for all we h ve kit of the Its is enveloped in itu growth 01 ly by the gigantic in from forests of thi the nev rights to destined ttr the in thia the mercy if her lord m mav Car Iwi n ice ol the courting time iy simply drawing the k may buy a i many large English ship lay m his track and as he drew near he saw a lady beneath the awning on the poop reading while breathing the sea air As the boat was gliding j the quarter she raised her eyes frum 1 do of he it page and gazed upon ibo features A cr stanil proudly among tl e lighter of t nJ astonish d the corporal cl my of the American Hor visage be a pi to tell in the boatswain This ship Castle of guns bui it by a e mcr h int bi ig rmed with quakers times ami American col The and b r a dozen greenhorns mil sloops of of which it WO! M replied by showing the E ensign and taking in her coursers und sals and was evidently preparing for a bush Not a shot ever until the was within No I j n II I inters il i a match for I ie n anil he Ii die slurs tit his try i- ill nnd re- Iy fur lur mtr nstern to ri the preclude the io ubi ily of ni point t in 1 the ere iy would claw ill teh The was U ind to China und B short v hundred ar fifteen days She uf tun been w Wilcox sprang upon a thr gangway with a iust nut f t le wo ds And all this comes o u of on board They ttr it hu boi om of all the chief that r was hatched For my part I tha of n N it thai every pretty girl tight yi jr blear-eyed squab trumpe in his hand Hff was a rme j rip I hickory bark fellow a wme tartness Jack c trie 1 in into port in the ers which at were at convenient wb ill southern H tin 1 t 1 Ull I K IIK III M SKI II I hull l in of vain i ul rs from purc quite n tion HIT the and old Treenail at in Ii n few da nnd had a voice ike the famous of elJ division there shouted be nU ready to aid then ng his trumpet towards huge ship vita cannon from tier sides ha had the aol impudence 1 i id handsome sailor with i bright black eye such is ta lies iovo to louk upon A is ne er out of place at was instantly lighted up with ast ment nnd Captain Wilcox she said with here is captain shu down the Then i mi- ning lo the side of the deck ed a which was lightly reposing on her shoulders and it the attracted the alter ion of thai gentleman who now and in a moment he was of the He was received at the gangway by captain Henderson and his lovely wife I need my he wiis m the kindest manner tbv first warm greetings were over Mrs derson with of a de- into the cabin was gantly fitted up and returned un a ol a ami in its K r i tl first Temple not iml Who can say long before st is of many a id among them is 01 8 ng the gen will now ensue in marital op stolary 1 Arer writers have no for I its antl ns to Ihu W deem t important to copy t few of they fatter Front a fo a king for u cool From i ie store Market st I o'clock Dear 1 am confoundedly Tm mg tn take up mil am i of a Please sen 1 me a check lor iif y dollars by 1 export money from dle's Jraft nert ami will then M- fund it want Your tir Letter Front a wift who Utr right to a Dear harh s i am that you I come to me for the mann r yon have acted I loaned yon ten int week next day 1 di I not hear a word rom you for three after I yon Ally ii in in not onp before i i i i 1 yes to buy tobacco which you oa that T 11 u that evening I I was iw a city when not 1 luite aea or on e in I itr weather or foul bearing in her arms n and the nan that g at the aif i pretty is add in n and in lone no t am i es to be to Ship ihoy haul down your colors and Lay ur main topsail lo the man ie Ja chimed in his I'll you a Then and the boatswain lurnin take gi est tone to tbe Englishman nr to his by was 1 to c ase his clamshell take good then in his W enl upon deck wj Hani your flag I say or I'll blow you sky ith high threat produced the desire ri In- n i i look ns he gi fuel The casno ing u ion the deck and the heavy yard t f Englishman was brnceil round tho was put w n down nnd he ship was lo with her an ad- i to the mast having struck LAND AGENCY ii fa i pin vo on of the to tlu United letter of 1 brig that aim tga Jonathan j Want erer Cant sent his Hei Jei si n h upon his arm ere v aft My tads said he yoi nobly We have J this British East man o fun and shi n a and rtr h lut inti ce without firing n lawful prize to the re cannot man her an port I A I1 iri rh 1 j yoi he i out 1 other m I ml it 1 t HIT Hot I f thai pii C t i n moril ni u re NKO lnu i ir r inn tn I hi i w ill In MM r il pro i ml n in shoro i n s 1 nini u liii ra nf reel puns ol his i his brig opart harbor and to conceal I ie actual armament lit talked itli the ruck privateer i util ence of O ami t luin Ir d iren In the inic he was fee etlj purchasing office on board accompanied by his clerk in officers uniform in order to send on board the brig the captain of the slip with his and ai matu of crew as the boa would convey The proved to be the Alnwick tle Capt Henderson nf seven hundred and f fty ions from bound to the I le of France with stores provisions of use to of n privateer The mounted teen pound was manned by a crew o fony men a 1 of leas anJ s ks and by told The guna were all double sho Hr nl rtM m I I o strict n of pni a or wo ulen guns to I e oti on cnr as i hen hut appeared to buard regularly i riages 01 slides H- on ga i to show bo a sei i tho part herr were th c v Land A- Si k fount llf l for n 1 -I v I is M il ill tl 1 V f th Mr iml I i 11 I- f tri- t- I i On Jay Commodor Treenail in a sation Wilcox tcl nn ulen to en Sii nl the wanderer was av a e that the In satisfy hin if his vessel nnd 1 to ti m nn opinion of the result any might ta e place i n on of the seas e merely t thq iho nd her cargo are of no to is I- n captain is the owner iif vessel Ha is a man rh an and tin loaf of hi vessel will strip him of all ii you child alout two years of who was indeed a miniature edition of His said the lier eyes were with lears of joy anil is CHARLES WILCOX SON As captain stepped over gangway after bidding hu a temporary ha was 1 to himself an drel I should have been to burnt the Alnwick has been sniM and and written about McC when pursued by the tribes of were in their tents Whatever ii the of Mexican iwer wr arc that it was i t of i no better index ol t le iih nf a people can be i ill in tbt c which in art of ho barbarian 1.1 u palace Or s a pillar nr sculptures a Yet f are in exquisite ol among the relics t It is kilobit too that him lo carved hi found in Mexico whoie nte at thai lime almost un in tlie The read ie who will carefully nil he can find ir ny of this in pre- anil ilia a In are inter Monti of iad Ills table with fresh from the by on fool as i n in In iti n bravo rsi Ingh Kline of will cct all f Inch 1 when tho jinu line K Wheeling Va tut anys iho vt their of Bulletin in temerity it not lie grual nation seemed lo all that of captain a hopes of thr ra wilh the fall nf General who was celebrated in day line of Mexico began to for his gallant feats uron tlie hostile go swiftly down Fiom hi llm eloquently tlie pith in then l 1 I arm for I H It in ou Ui tnln It i lh ID I us i on I Ii m 2 tn ol N Tu June i nini hlf i n nr N Y next t w 11 mis irra iho nh ted vith round and and one well directed would have fearful work win the Wanderer and the conlen her B it Henderson was nied by his wife a yorng and beautiful won an to whom ha lad been married bat i few short And this must be bfs tance to engage in a desperate consul will a Teasel his a heart be handed he cer his papers and nst isted bis wife n lo the boat and wilh of the crew they were on board the The men were in s for greater secu ily and stowed aih the in waist Captain Wilcox ascertained by the ship's papers that lie cnf lured a of lie Ul not fparo mtn ca e her mlo an American port ier consisted of b his I have promised that the ship shull be iven up the cap- lain with al with liberty to on heir voyage What say you lacs hav I acted right s iid Mi Henderson ing arm t wardi the rough ing an J add easing them in A lodious O do confirm the mise 0 ir is captain hat giren me ani ill you Thi sla ted at the totely Approaching one of he by the blood of iho ied by the Americans ona Capt af judge thai von arc a cbent antl not to trusted If ymi are much in want of money 11 sli your note ith per cent n If yuit like this up note atl Snooks 1 for J m Let it bo lone right away I've my rank took and wan in ike a Vuure JANE T Thr From the store J Dear Jane Thin nn time If do not gel the dollan day 1 si all bi- ruined my will In 150110 an I to the iner 1 he vi ry house will over nir linn me This in a poor of your attar our CHARLES tiff 4 wife a At 2 o'clock Den At a I'm to bear youi r its t lan 1 It you fail my advi -a lo fOV m to bear ip your then w nothing like heart In one up in antic If nAA by itie 1 ban imn that I In my own In roj to your man vi h t s muc i ardor and admiration us if she lial en a superior being aern from the skies anil when en tain repeated his tio i ling by hia rs any relu t ice UM the Jin It ins pl Wilcox nci -in tin brip luiti is d trim 1 01 ti to s imposing n ie nance ko J n idol wit L red H m i tins and fibres pist Is ry of in in t at he was directly he WHS in ir act d right 1 he was re- to b-r a ri shout of Aye cheers for Mrs Urady when too to a- void it that tbe savages had laid an for In front near left large numbers of armed warriors lay watching for their prey As Brady approached got wilhin the ambuscade the Indians in tile closed in behind him He was ded on three sides and on the ran a river the bank of which wa eighty of nearly perpendicular scent Tbe sarages mre of then prey nnd rushed furiously on Brady saw ai the extent of h danger but being mounted on a During the Afternoon of ilay and Friday week a al of a locomotive and pounds exhibited on a l in the lot 1 e- ilions about thi lovo which 1 il nt Jiar beg 1 remind you ibal 1 f love you TO nd tbe taw mo to my i in my own way If ever a1 yon can't gel an I won't be bin upon you Send your note for at if 100 of silks m 1 Jl send you Yours JANE i from n tween and streets this t- iy Vfw York is from any its principal 18 for ill ann inclines MJ as to lessen ihr in lie building of railroads Wo saw thr Operate we'll tin ti tailor May of ihil order K my who two pain of nng let mJ the t in Id not be to the an I he issued orders take out loin with baggage set the on fire It vet s then that captain wi re to in a Hent eison Aid tbo a Were given with a heary good wi even the Et join d in hem with the of the who slit soir ind ulky under the rebuke of J ic T ie en were liberated and up ca lain Henderson The iii captain and the f e so ei ly hi cabin with their pre- sence was lire nety impressive Cap- loin Hem eison his gratitude 11 the eat erms and solemnly he vou repay the obligation first l ire it be in his power to art an F n tl wri Is could not express her mettled he not to ne ta tnc ll cm ken He Ins wl of during tlm the bank and gave him the nm rein the gallant charter went off an arrow and the bank nil such tremendous speed that he cotil I not stop on margin bin with a rious bound sprung rider and a1 into the air Fortunately there i large tree nt the foot of iL on the border of the river TSi t i unn j in- top thickly interlaced with a wil I the rj to vine Into the top cf the tree f a the horse and Us Tlie lull w uni alld the The captain the o ower nf bullei broken pled into the stream re shore a abo and regained the land in iy returns fro i indicate that Johnston on the vote of last when i gra Her of had majority is i or v boi owner of sr ip and carpo icd u sort to overcome her of j for when her fa led he she threw her arms aro ifti tlie of worthy Yankee He I n kn mJ him much to tha i if that by ship his ind gi of Capt coi was s heard he make up or n nun l of t c 1 in ti benefit to Ins -an or hei is upon his lips nrc t and wo can 10 or J and even the t The coalition of tho with irw j tif and it a in heavy as be done by any other if nf a track barring the of in the load above the tre of gravity The f luo on one above oilier lower are the mi a-j thoso in nmt perform Tbe nn ho f toji used luit rig and aits In liio or ii tlie tup c rs Kilo other on two stubby vi rural tec H Ill not hit her tUft for ill If you allow liim lo ill at s juu ilo S 9 of the but tho tbo den crane majority dost not i nl tbr of the in lo the nl t Siy moil Op lie nl on Ii will tin r fore he tin tw d in I I If I tilt I ll fill c tenter nt informs tba he hai in perfectly proof and bavin tin properly drying im- after H ird lo n it nil -t iu r which it n ti in cci ntw I a lie I unill ll ip by which it be to for fion h in the common It mid will no It IK to any for bow in inny be For n it it n ulinn u VIT fait off by p I In I milling it i morn if i and ITU i nn il mnn IKI L ncf will mm 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