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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - October 23, 1846, Indianapolis, Indiana Lao Bison a spawn Blake s Sui Din a up stairs opt site Browning s Washington Hail. Terms of subscript Ioor. Is 00 per year for single Copic if paid in and .,1,1 u, or months. 0 Iho end of the Quot subscribe atone Potof tit and pay within Ilia Flat namely Days after lilo Dale of Sib ascription is to each will be received for the year or 52 numbers. Clubs of i went at one Post office Al $1 25 each if paid in Advance. ,.clubs of fifty subscribers will be supplied with 52 number or a year Laius counted for $40 in a of advertising. at one Dollar per Square of 250 Ems equal to 12 lines for Trio Twenty rive cents for each add Wiecki Llis for Pici b pay Yoi a postage Sadie of sinking fund i ands. The following pieces parcels or lots of land or .0 much of Oael a. May be necessary will on saturday the i2lli Day of december , Between the hours of 8 Zelock a. And 5 o clock 11. M., at the House door in the town of Indianapolis be offered for Sale to the highest bidder the bid being ecu Al to the amount charge Able state fund. If Indiana 10 secure Loans from and forfeited by non payment i he sinking if the 1 room Connie. The West half of the North East Quarter of see 3 t 20 n r 2 e. Containing 80 acres More or less also the East half of the North East Quarter of Sec. 31, 20 n r 2 e. Containing 80 acres More or less. Mori aged by William Stephenson , int. 8132 c the South East Quarter of the North East Quarls of Sec 30, t 20 n r 2 a containing to acres More c Leas. Mortgaged by Robert Stephenson loan in sic s270 37. The East half of the South East Quarter of Sec 2 19 n r 2 a containing 80 acres. Mortgaged by Joh Jamison loan in. In. 8317 20. The cast half of the South West Quarter of Sec 3t 18 n r 1 a 80 acres. Molg aged by Joseph Keith loan in. Amp a. So 21 the South East Quarter of Llie South East Duane of Sec 30 t 19 r 1 a font Ailiin Quot 40 acres also in South West Quarter of the South West Quarter of be 2p t 19 r 1 0, containing 40 acres. Mortgaged h Klueh Mcl Lenry loan Iii. In. 6173 11. The South half of the North West Quarter of be 2 t 18 n r 2 a and the South half of the North eos Quarter of said Sec cml dining in All inti by Miner Sanli urn loan int. Amp a. $5c0 the East half of the s e or of Sec 31 t 19 n r 1 a containing 80 acres. Molg aged by Samuel s. Brown loan inheres a and Daiges $327 so to. To a or or i or of see 11 also the Earl 11 also the weal half of 18 n r 2 e. Mon aged by half of the n e or the n w or of be Henry Suteji Henson the _ Raitio a Colt Tolj. It half of the soul Hes t or a Ine 80 Aeres 12 t 19 11 aged by Afi. Int. Amp a. S370 Ullh half of la t 18 n Range a a containing 59 32-100 aged by Bartholomew Bridges loan the cast half of the North West qui. North West Quarter of the North East Junr scr of Sec 12 t is n r 5 a containing 120 acres. Molg aged by Daniel Hare loan in. In. A Quot the North half of Llie North. T 19 r 6, containing 93 92-100 acres. Mortgaged by Jonathan Hou Liam loan in. A to. 8575 75, lots no g and 7 in Squaric no 8 in the Tow blocs Villa also lot noon squad. Vivid Anthony loan the East half of 1 19 i Range 4 a also Llie is Lorah East Quarter of said s t half of the South East. A containing 80 a Ere John Moore loan in. Amp a. 8236 the South t of Sec 33, t 19 n ran Morig de by Willie a the South half of the North East qui t 19 n r 4 a also the South cast Quarte West Quarter of said Sec t and a Cor 120 acres. Molg aged by Alfred Rcd Iii the into Ideal half of the North cd Sec 21, t 10 n r 4 e. Containing in All mortgaged by i 12tl9n d. Gailit the Taining 10 a the South of Sec 32 t 20 n .�?z.�?z�?z. Particular de script which see pages 637-8, Book e of the records of deeds in Hamilton county. Mortgaged by Jonathan Arnold and Alpheus Roberts and forfeited and sold to Jacob Steinan loan int. Amp a. .s432 71. The West half of tie North what Quarter of Sec t 18 n r 5 a also the West half of the South a 3uarter 0f Sec 19, t 18 n r 5 e. Mortgaged by a Rew fryberger loan in. Amp a 8223 10. The Eist Milf of the Southwest Quarter of Sec 1 t 19 n r 4 a also the North cast Quarter of the nor East Quarter of see 211 19 120 acres. Mortgaged by _ Butler Loa s408 99. The South East Quarter of the North West Quarter and the North West Quarter of the North East qua Lei of secs a 17 n r 6 e. Flor lagged by Gardner Gold Smith loan int. Amp a. 8111 06. The East half of the South cast Quarter of see 28 t 20 n r 4 a containing 80 acres also the North was Ouarles of the South East Quarter of Sec 12, 1 19 n 4 a containing in All 120 acres. Mortgaged by Henry Jones loan in. Amp a. 8118 47. The South cast Quarter of Sec 1 t 19 n r 5 a also ibo South half of the North West Quarter of see 6 19r6e. Molg aged by Gilbert Kemp loan i Etc. S535 15. The North East Quarter of see 8, t 18 n r 6 mortgaged by Peter Lenner loan in. $476 c9. The North t quart "th7east half of the North West Quarter of Sec 36, 120 n r 5 a also the North cast Quarter of the South West Quarter of Sec 36,120 or 5c, containing 120 acres also Llie South half of the North East quark of Sec 3, t 20 n r 5 a containing 80 acres. Mori greed by David s. Masters and Stephcn master loan int. Amp a. $587 91. The East half of the North East Quarter of dec 1 it a a in Purd Umlor the t quart is r 6 e. Mortgaged by Hezekiah Pool loan int. Sec. 8309 38. The a ugh half of the n o or Ani pan of the n w or cast of White River of Sec 13118 n r 4 a Cor Taining 96 78-100 acres. Mortgaged by James Cai 1er log ii interest and damages 8418. The South half of the n w or of Sec 6 118 r 5 e containing 85 26-100 acres also the East half of Sec 1 1 i9n use containing so mortgaged by John d. Cottingham loan it amp a. �560. The 8 w or of Sec 6119 n r g a also the n e or of >oqrofs�12tl9nr5e also n w or of s e or of Secl Salij nr5c also the East half of so Yrol dec 12119 n r 5 c. Mortgaged by Allen Cole loan int.  Etc.5m 72-100. The West half of the s a prof Sec 34, t i9ijr4 a containmg80 acres. Mortgaged by Stephen Cary loan interest sic. 8297 07-100. The West half of the n w or of Sec 14 also then e or of the n e or of Sec 15, All in t 19 n r 5 a containing in All lib acres. Mortgaged by Albert b. Cole Foan interest amp a. 8476 46-100. Newm pm that a vol. Ii. Indianapolis Friday october 23, 1846. No. 6. in n. Rayne Loami Iii trip is uic., �378 52. The East half of the North West Quarter of Sec 20, 16 a r 7 a containing 80 acres also the Middle Ivision of 1� no. 2, and the Eastern division of of no. 3, in Meeks Reserve in the town of Greenfield for a More panic Lite Deseri Olion of which Seo Page 309, Book a of the records of deeds in Hancock Ity. Mortgaged by George Tague loan Isle i if ski the North West Quarter of Sec 31, a r 8 a containing 80 utes also part of the half of the South West Quarter of dec a 116 a r a for a More particular a scrip of which see Page 275, Book a of the record Hancock county. Mortgaged by Drury loan &c., 85 0 75. 16 1 s Alexander loan g 80 1 to aged by of�cl9, the cast half of t 16 a r 6 a containing 69 75.100 acres also tic West half of the Northeast Quarter of Sec 25 t 16 a r 5 a containing 80 acres. Mortgaged by Landon Waslis and Thomas Craig Loi in to and 27 in the t the plat of saidtc., 889, in of Greenfield own. Mortgaged 8238,24. By William Galbraith a so tc., 8215 19. T half of the North East Ling 80 i aged by Hizkiah so it a 23. The West half of ii Asa Kirkley Luai no 80 1 if. Ill a Loa half a a Blizil Meek loan. Incr loan in t half of the is or of. In All 120 at in Iwuc Rusl it half of the 14 acres c r of the. ,&c.,82gs11. Quot Ess. Lii acres also the Arleroy seen. Mortgaged by see 2 aforesaid Molg aged by sic 8561 66. Half mile slake in 15 acres Mote or Les which in Mari Zierlin to loan Init Chi eie., Sija the West half of then 15n,r 4 Ajohn Bell. Morrison. the South. Mortgaged by josephs443 2�. A mencing at inc South t 17 a r 3 a Monlai Nimitr Lunarde script o Jacob Glazier a id by him assigned loan,,elc.,sc65 95. The South Case Quarter of Sec 17, 116 a r 3 Ceon Taining 100 acres. Molg aged by Enoch Railsback loan interest ctc.,s410 23. Part of lot no. 4 in Square no. 55 Indianapolis for a More a articular which see Page 38, Book i of the records of deeds in Marion county. Mortgaged by Philip w. Seibert loan interest Etc., s51s 17. Lot no. 1 and the West half of lot no. 2 in Oul Block no. 4, being Lart of the donation lands Oil joining the town of Indianapolis for a More particular of which see Page 35, Hook i of the records of deeds of Marion Enid Only. Ilon caged by John earnly and Timothy Kirk and in refiled and sold to r. L. Walpole loan interest ic., 151 dollars 16 cents. Lots no. 4, 5, and 6, in ski the 20 acre Lake on the i a 4 a also Par mortgaged by John l. Young to 5doirais75cenif. In at the half n 31 and 32, t ii of the South Viding s f. Of the recoils of deeds in Marion to unto. To aged by William Evans and Smith a Mcfall Loi interest eie., 147 dollars 3c cells. The Soili Pari of the cast half of the Norelli a Nuar Ler of Sec 13, t 15 ii r 3 a Conan Inibig 50 car Morl need by Thomas Goti loan interest eie., dollars 70 events. The West half of inc 94-100 a s off the Sou r of Ilio non Laining to i Rah West Quad Sci 7 91-100 acres ind thereof Al mortgaged by Joseph Wilson Erk is loan Inion -10 Are in Glasso ai39 dollars Iff the Illg 4 8233 20.100. Of see 35, t la a r imaged by Elijah Vic a. Of. 100. Ilton Dicks Conti half of the South w 2 a containing 80. It half of the s and the near 1 township for i 31, t 17 the cast half of the South West a a a tl6n,,eonlaining60ncresmor, gigged by Ezekiel fio Naday loan si22 22. The West half of the South Casi i 1 15 a r 1 a Abo the cast half of t the Southwest a Nailer of said Sec i ing in Ali 120 acres More or Leas. James Tal Boll loan interest ic., also the 19, t 15 i . Alldridge Loai ter of see 28, Idse Rofloc ing 40 acres.  1er of see 34, of by is Oft aged Loai half of the East half of the South a c 5, t 15 a r 1 a also the West half st Quarter of the North West Quarter big in ail Gaaei Thompson Loi r less. A Molg aged by 1, i Etc., 83-24 4 5. North West fractional Quarter of Sec v. Mortgaged by Jehu Fladiy Loai of in and tin of Sec of the tl5n,. Robert Reagan t quart of the lion 15n,r2w,conlaininge0a i half of the so j. Morrison president. Eng fed a polls 30lh sept., 104b. 4lds Eipp Anatie is of the Ogiretia lion m in Oie Gning , Lor cast a West a North Section to Lorna hip loan 1. Mon ,81115 Liso pan of Ece 9, jagged by the Vest half orig Ira e or in 15 a r a a a Eon mining 80 area. Mortgaged by George Damali loan int to est and damages �223 15-100. Marion comity. The East half of the North cast Quaner of Sec 16, 4 a Eon Laining 80 acres More or less lying a Road. �1 i 1�?t.i.-r,----- the michigan8575 75. Engaged by John Hemer to Laid Ilaff of the South West Quarter of Sec. 21, t 15 a r 3 e. Mortgaged by Abraham ii of Gen loan interest Etc., 8510 75. The South East Quaner of Sec 22,116 a r 3 econ Taing Accra More or less. Molg aged by Samuel of Foulon loan interest Etc., 8135 i. The East half of the South East Quarter of Sec 18, i 15 a r 3 a containing 60 acres. Molg aged by James w. Rolinson loan interest Etc., 8539 81. Tow West half of the Northwest Quaner of Sec 15, 114 a r 2 a containing 80 acres. Mortgaged by Ruel Reagan and forfeited and sold to Zabloc Jackson loan interest Etc., 8110 94. Half of the South West Quarter and the half of the. Pc Fisher nil i olos Liaa i half of the Erest if. 8476 it in of 605, i 18 n r 5 a containing 1 mortgaged by Thomas Hare forfeit i Earl s. Faw loan merest amp a. 819 the West half of the s c or of Sec 23 20 n r 3 a containing 80 acres in Hamilton county also the West Hal of the s w or of 6cc21,121 n r 5e, con Ila cock county. Lola nut Hber Twenty four and sixty in the a own of Greenfield As designated on the plat of said town. Mortgaged by de w Andirson loan interest and damage s�4 75, the West half of the s w or of Sec 27, township 15 or 7 a containing 80 acres More or less. Mortgaged by Squire Worl loan interest inv 8287 86. The East Alf of the South West Quarter of dec a t 15ij,i 6 a cont Ming 71 12-100 acres. Mortgaged by David Carr loan interest ite., �216 30. A lot m 68 in the town of Greenfield As de scribal on the plat of said town mortgaged by Joseph matters loan interest &c., 9324 45. = lots no. 130 and 127 in Spilman a Reserve in the town of Greenfield for a Mora particular description of which so Page s50, Book a of the record 1 and sold Irest Etc., s80i 40. Part of the East of Sec 13,15 a r 3 a Eon Laining 30 a also the South half of out lot no.108 on the Iona in ing 14 46 too Acrea i Lertg aged by but libel f. Morris loan interest Etc., s594 so. The East half of the South West Quarter of Sec 14, 114 a r 3 e. Mortgaged by Elijah no Bride loan interest Etc., sh500. The West half of the South West Quarter of Sec 14, and the East half of the South East Quarter of see 15, 116 a r 3 a containing 160 acres. Mortgaged by Thomas o Neal loan interest Etc., $280 83. The cast half of the South West Quarter of Sec 31, 115 a r 5 a also Tho West half of the South East Quarter of the same Sec. Mortgaged by Lewis o Neal Loon interest Etc., 8335 77. The West half of Tho South West Quarter of Sec 14, t 16 a r 3e, containing 80 acres. Mortgaged by Charles p. O Neal loan interest Etc., 8003 of. The West half of the North cast Quarter of Sec 11, 115 a r 4 c. Mortgaged by James Parr loan interest Etc., 8533 72. A the East Hal of Tho South East Quarter of -114 a r4 a also the South West Quarter of the South West Quarter of Sec 14,114, r 4 a contain neg m All 120 acres. Mortgaged by Willyun Power and Samuel Power loan interest Etc., 835735. Lots no. 10,11, and 12, in Square no. 50, in Tho town of Indianapolis. Mortgaged by Harry Perry loan interest Etc. 8221 in. Trio West half of Tho North cast Quarter of Sec 30, t 16 a r4, acres. Molg aged by Jon Allian fee Ollendi loan merest Etc., 8592 Fig. The cast half of Tho North East Quarter of Sec 30, containing 80 acres. Mortgaged by Fehd yield Foan interest ctc., $59? 58 half of the South cast quart or of Sec 4, 116 a r 5 e. Mortgaged by track k. Wheeler and forfeited and sold to John Faola Dir loan merest Quot lit no 8, in Square no. 31, in the town of Indi Anapolis. Mort ged by Thomas Hogland loan &Quot-th?m5i5l& of uie East half of the North cast Quarter of Vej 35. T in r 3, in Manon county con Giaimi 40 Kirer Molg aged by Samuel Hender Jonildo interest &.c., $575 75. The West half of Tho North West Quarter of Tec 0, William a Send yield rho Casi half of tie a e or of Sec 1 t 15, r Ling 60 a Rcd. Mortgaged by David by n. File rest &e., 270 dollars 37.100 cents Rise East half of the n e or of Sec 35, t 15 Ilai Ninn .0 acres. Mor longed by Jimines i loan in Ernst Etc., c57 dollars 90-100 a fhe Casi half of s w or of dec 1, Siso tic the s w or t i i a r 4 a Conla Inibig in is. A Vlodi longed by Sec Tihen Craigie loan i 774 dollars34.loo cells. Rhc Easl Lialo Flocs c or of Sec 13,1 m if icing so Acrea. Ilonga Gitl Liy wham a i 111., Lime very sics from Gen Taylor s Camp. This evening s Southern mail brings a Somo deeply interesting and to drilling now from our Gallant army. We Lay before. Our readers at once Al the copious detail which have readied us in the extra Pica Yune of this Day week sunday of course we cannot vouch for the entire Curacy of Toliese statements. In addition to the information thus Cei Ved we have had the pleasure of see Captain Ealon who has brought Despal is from Gen. Taylor to the War Dpi mint. Caplain Ealon left our Camp Monterey on Tho evening of the 2slh of september. He deserves great credit for the alacrity and Energy n Aioli he Lias in reaching Washington from Monterey ill suit can do is we have no Lime for Fullier to night. Our army has again covered self with glory. It has driven the mex cans rom their Strong Enloe Sclimenti on cry precipitous Heights on both sides of the Eio Del Tigre storming to Lien in tie if the enemy and to Weir guns�?beat-1 army of double Timeir own Force is Ion estimated and after four Days fighting driving the enemy from one int after another and from Reet Cor polling them to sur Lerey with All its supplies of provision &c., and Cannon y Small . Neither pass a specified line Wirich is try half Way Between Munte Llo underweight weeks. By i ill the first place docs not Brace our other lines of operations and oudh a it is subject in express terms to the orders and instr fictions of the two Goe a a mints. Tho Iirma is worthy of ail raise for tie gallantry and skill ave been displayed Liy our of tick a oops hot ii volunteers and Reguli Ponall opt onions Gen. Won. The 11 mortar and two 24 . 1 Hii Wilwers been put in the Batler on the in hrs orb in a Ravine 1400 a pads a Island fro m the calh.,dral fort or Citadel and wire support. Id by the 4,h regiment of in faulty. At 8 a. La on Chesui the order a for this 10 opt in up ii Ibe Citadel and town imm Al 1er the first Divi Sion with Chr 3,1 and 4lh infant or v in add Ance Uii de col. G,,were ordered to s Kirmish with the enemy on ii 1 i Trynie l. Fiol the cite and should pms Jirels of Success .iff.t, 10 Quot carry the Mon Advance,1 v. This Iii Acu was directed by Man slice Delg birr Cio. Williams topographical Engineer and . Kin to ibo Las division. A heavy lire from the Fust re was mini. Delely opened up in Iho adv Ince Lizul like troop Suson Iun edit entering and engaging to lie a i. By in the streets of the ally having pay a d Brough an Iii Wessant Cross Fin from Ilie Pilj Del the first tic Casi half of in 1er 77 in 1 Mong aged by Jase Jih i. Cic., 193 dollars 90-100. Ill dollars 15 .100c a he West half of Llie s. West half of the s w a tinged by Jacob to Lars Al Lutio cent to much of the e As will Pav the in Oslo Wilf Bol re be no bid of also the West half of the Iione a r 5 a containing 17 94-100 Irois the South emf of the last Mon cased by Peler Smock 1, interest etc334 dollars93. Scqrofsec5t mar 1 a Alao Lor longed premise principal in Crest 1 offered or Caj to i . Pledging a pal by order of the Board of the sink in fun the Tho of adv j. Morrison president. New 1,Ivery is stable. He subscriber havin recently erected a Large and com Modic in the r of brow horses and carnage or to coi any Point at the usual prices. In connection with the livery part we intend hav ing a regular Sale of horses every saturday Al auction at the stable. Persons having horses to sell can have Vliem loitered each saturday by enter ing them on the Sale list previous to the Sale Day of each week. Persons wishing to Purchase can do so with safety As All horses offered by is is sound will to guaranteed to be such or the Purl base Money a irbe refunded. Horses Bougill and sold boarded by the Day Elk nicked and broke tc., where every at Coli necessary will be paid to tin Guo Mekies. Sheads. , Pri is Rio Java and st. Domi packages Superior teas. 10 barrels Ixia and Lump sugar. 15 barrels n. O. A molasses. 25 boxes smoked herring. 20 kegs Dupont s powder. 200 lbs Spanish float indigo. Jolo lbs Sal Seratus. 1000 lbs bar Lead. 3000 Cotton yarn. And in fact even article 1 by mar 27 Tonew stocks cheap prices. Thomas i Smith amp son inform their old friends and nil persons who 1 May want to Purchase that they have just Cei cd Good and general assortment of seasonable dry goods which have been selected with great care bought Low prices and which Are Well adapted to this m mg3�etglsware, Anil every other article of common use which they Are disposed to sell cheap for Cash or country produce. Come and see us and Don t forget your old friends for the Sake of now and untried a Lianes we arc still at our old a land on Washington Streel Indianapolis nov. 7, 1845. A of seeds Flat Linen feathers beeswax Butler Beans amp a. Always come and see us when you Are in town. Nmt27 of &c0. Isla and Lufa pied Yinfan Endermo a munition a Iii a be perhaps near and Salti other Brilli als of our co ind the Bili Imor e banal is in of the in pin d to i assisted by Capi. Ring of the by Capi la id on id 1 Worth i Glo try. But in Ohia ining Lii have lost Many a n Lant Soldier. The he Trinen Are Alicd with the Dee i tude for the heroic services of to men who have thus i Pala Dory. Ble officer and Gal the the morning of the s i continued his operatic of Iii division stormed Savoly the Heig Liis Abi. Both were carried by Captain Vinton 3d the Bishop s command a Sillery. In a to , Acyl ii thug Luo user 01 the american general. The terms of capitulation were a effect is follows that Tho officers should be allowed to March out with their Side arms. That Tho cavalry and infantry should be allowed to March out with their arms and accoutrements. Flint the artillery should be allowed to March out with one Battery of six pieces and Twenty one rounds of ammunition. That All other munitions of War and supplies should to turned Over to a Board of american officers appointed to receive them. That the mexican army should be Al Lowed seven Days to evacuate the City and that the american troops should not occupy it until evacuated. That the cathedrals fort or Citadel should be evacuated at 10, a. M., next Day 2sth, the mexicans then marching out and the american Garrison marching in. The mexicans allowed to Aalto their Flag when hauled Down. That there should be an armist Iee of eight weeks during which time neither army should pass a line running from the Rinconado through Linares and san for Nando this lenient offer of the american general was dictated with the concurrence of hi3 generals and by motives of Good policy and consideration for the Good de Ferneo of their City by the mexican army. A Williams topographical engineers lieutenant Terrett 1st infantry Captain l. N. Norris 3d do Captain Field 3d do major Barbour 3a do lieutenant Irwin 3d do lieutenant Ila Litt 3d do lieutenant Hoskins 4th do Woods 41h do Captain Mckavetz my do colonel Watson Hal Dimoro battalion Captain Allen 1st Tennessee regiment lieutenant Putnam 1st do. Do. A lieutenant in a German company. H uni eds major Lear 3d infantry severely capt. Bainbridge 3d do., very slightly Lieut. R. H. Graham .4th do severely maj. Abercombie 1st do., slightly Lieut. Potter 7ih do., slightly maj. Mansfield engineers slightly Gen. Buller Volunteer division slightly col. Mitchell Ohio volunteers slightly col. Mcclung Mississippi regiment severely major Alexander Tennessee volunteers Lieut. Allen do. Lieut. Scudder do Lieut. Thomas Texas regiment Lieut. Armstrong Ohio regiment severely capt. Gillespie Texas rangers mortally wounded since dead. Its of the ii any of the idly Syi by a a Lathi id the whole s with their official details of this Brilliant the n. 0. Pic from the a Jerrie Al of the steamship Jan Czafit Lalion of Mont Days hard fighting. The steamship Jam Wood arrived from by 1 o clock this morning received the glorious news has capitulated after three rate lighting. Capt. Eaton aids of Gen. Taylor arrived yes l. Day. Uree l. Day Captain s Santiago about by her we hives that Monterey Days of Despe in one of Tho the Day he inc office it of capita Ces of Arti munition i lace this d Diatel to ices in the i r Captain Bla and Galla a Good red in in do to hard Pend. Fou Supply. E Bishop comp near Mon the 21st, 22d, hard fight Fello Uffe upon t on the and his bearing despatches for m As Lingl left Monterey on the 25th us. Col. Kinney and one other gentleman accompanied him from Mon Leroy col. Kinney kindly look charge of packages of letters for us and brought them to Camargo and there delivered Vliem to his companion by whom they were faithfully delivered. We shall Nat forget the service. To com it delay the press to at Empl to write out a narration of the Battles the following Quot memoranda Quot Are from the Ien of an officer who was in the Battles. Gen. Wort i who led the attack upon Tho City on the West Side has immortalized himself. The fighting was desperate on our Side the mexicans outnumbering us by two to one and being protected by 22d, col. Garland relieved As the Garry forts by Gen. Quit i Sippi and tent companies of Ali Early on the Quitman from his position that the second and third it fences East of the abandoned by to of the c Ith the Mucky Regit my had Bee i poured missis and five Tetrev sept. í4. Id 23d, there was Here and Many poor de by it. But i think id that the town is in it May safely be Gen. Taylor s Power. The place was much More strongly fortified than general Taylor had any idea of and the mexicans defended their works with skill and determination. This morning col. Moreno the adjutant general of the mexican army came into ired listed ill a prop Silit offic and in Hendri Oulu ult Strong entrenchments. All the la we k Aln Down 300 w iders will Deli Luisiana boys did hoi Lew they would est All our differ or our loss at 500 or Ere killed. This Bei f the fight. It 1.1 i hear that the state. Over of who it tells the cd Hasty me americ in orc on the Siuai farm Fob 8ai.�. Lying about six Miles South East of Indianapol lis containing 80 acres lie tween 35and 10 acres of which Are cd card with Good come Orlabdo we Lher boarded House smoke House and slab los. Tho land is of very fair Quality and will be sold Al fair Lori re on Good terms. Enquire of a Quot h. Lorrison Al Indianapolis. Blake or of pm. Jacob Turner. Bibbons. Tights t Quot Fri a a oct.9,4lfa Noranda of the operations of the m army before Monterey mex a the 19i/i to Thedith september. 19th Gen. Taylor arrived before with a Force of. About 6000 men and after Deconno storing the City at about i,s00or 1,600 Yards from the Cathedral fort during which he was fired upon from its batteries his Force was encamped at the Walnut Springs three Miles Short of Iho City. Liis was the nearest position it which the army could obtain a Supply of water and be beyond Trio reach of Tho enemy s batteries. The remainder of Tho 19th was occupied by Tho engineers in making recon nuisances of Tho City batteries and commanding Heights. On the 20th, Gen. Worth was ordered with his division to move by a circuitous route to Tho right to gain the Saltillo Road beyond the West of the town and to storm Tho Heights above Bishop s Palace which vital Point the enemy appear to have strangely neglected. Circumstances caused his halt on Tho Naglit of the 20th, Short of Tho intended position. On the morning of the 21st to continued his route and alter an encounter with a Large body of Tho enemy s cavalry and infantry supported by artillery from the Heights to repulsed them Quot Quot raped covering the Pas it was Here discovered besides the fort Al Iho Bishop s Palace and the occupation of Iho Heig Liis above ii two forts on commanding Emilii Necci on Tho opposite Side of the san Juan had been fortified am occupied. These two loiter Heights were then Sior Mcd on. Carried the guns of Tho last fort carried being immediately turned with a plunging 6ro upon lilt Bishop a pal co. On this Saraa morning i Pilsl. The first division of Regola troops under Gen. Twiggs and Len a of ulcer division Sage e Dull i 1 ordered under arms i Lako Adi. The 22d, had retired from All his defences to the main Plaza and ils Iii mediate Vicinity. A command of two companies of Mississippi and two of Tennessee troops were then thrown into the streets to reconnoitre and soon became Holly engaged with the enemy. These were soon supported by col. Wood s regiment of Texas rangers dismounted by Bragg s Light Battery and the 2d infantry the enemy s was constant and uninterrupted from the streets House tops barricades &e., &c., in the Vicinity of the Plaza. The pieces of Bragg s Battery wore also used with much be get far into the heart of the City. This engagement lasted the Best the Day our troops having driven the scattered parties of the ene by and penetrated quite to the defences of the main Plaza. The advantage thus gained it was not considered necessary to hold As the o enemy had permanently abandoned the City and ils defences except the main Plaza its immediate Vicinity and the Cathedral fort or Citadel. Early in the afternoon same Day Gen. Worth assaulted from the Bishop s Palace the West Side of the City and succeeded in driving the enemy and maintaining his position within a Short distance of the main Plaza on that Side of the City towards evening the mortar had also been planted in the cemetery enclosure and during the night did great in Tho circumscribed Camp of the enemy in the Plaza. Tints ended the operations of the 23d. Early on the morning of the 24th, a communication was sent to Gen. Taylor from Gen. Ampudia under a Flag making an offer of capitulation to which the former refused to accede As it asked More than the american commander would under any Cordum stances Grant at the same time a demand to surrender was in reply made upon Gen. Ampudia 12 Was the hour at which Tho acceptance or non a Cep Taneo was to be communicated to the american general. At in a. M., the mexican general stint requesting a personal Congo Rance with Gen. Taylor which was granted the principal officers of rank on either Side accompanying their generals. After several oilers in relation to the capitulation of Tho City Mado on either Side and refused at half past 4 p. A. General Taylor arose and saying he would give general Ampudia one hour to consider and accept or refuse left the conference with Bis officers. At Tho expiration of Tho hour Tho discharge of the mortar was to to the signal for Tho commencement of hostilities. Before Tho expiration of the hour however an officer was sent on the part of Gen. Ampudia to inform the american general that to avoid Tho further effusion of blood and the National Honor being satisfied by Tho Oxer tons of the mexican troops he Hod Afulei consultation with his general of scars tie. Is dear at and 1 mexi As they Gen. S a Gal his i rom Gen. Amp he and his army and to ret Gen. Taylor dec Lii at Pudia and b to Oming in toners of War the men to to disbanded and dispersed with stipulation lot to serve against us during Tho War he Gen and officers to remain in custody until disposed of by order of our govern nent. The parties have been negotiating ill Day and if they do not agree there fill be some hard fighting As Tho place Annot hold out Long. Although v Tho place and Victory it has Cost u the carnage on our Side is Gre probably More so than that of the to that to do not know fought under cover All the time. Worth has distinguished himself a Lant Soldier and skillful commando Gen. To Flor gave him a fair Chance id he has nobly availed himself of with Hay s regiment of Tex 1 volunteers have gained More ground a carried More Points than All the rest of the army and with very Little loss up to yesterday 6 a m., it is Only five killed id Twenty eight wounded. The loss on in Side will not be less than five Hundred killed wounded and prisoners. Brazos Santiago sept. 29, 1846. Gen. Taylor s army arrived before Monterey on the 9th and found the enemy occupying the place in Force. Our de the attack on the 2ist and continued it for three Days. On the Ling of the 24th Gen Ampudia offered pit ulate which was granted by Geti Taylor. Seven Days were allowed to the Moxi is to evacuate and an armistice of eight inks. It the troops of neither party Are to pass a line running from the Rinconado rough Linares and san Fernando. Gen. Ampudia acknowledged 7, e number of his troops but it probably amounted to fully 11,000. Our loss is severe. Tho 1st, 3d, and 4th infantry suffered with Tho Tennessee volunteers on the 21st, under the Eyo of Gen. Taylor. Gen. Taylor escaped unhurt but a As greatly exposed his horse was wounded. Our killed and wounded will amount to 600. Gen. Worth with his battalion and Hays command had an action some distance this Side of Montero with n considerable mexican Force and dispersed in a Short time. Colonel Hays killed a lieutenant coi Odol of Tho mexican army single handed. How Many wore killed or wounded in this Section 1 did not learn. Somo volunteers on their Way from Mier to join the army were attacked by a Large body of troops and killed and shockingly mutilated. M0ht��it,,ib46. It Niemen Tho City Hai. Capil ulried on Ihu following terms the mexican a Oldt Mhall by Perim Lea 10 tech out of town with their a mall a idly Miles hence and Eboni 30 Mille Sallio and it be not Toup Pryich Neurita this Hal to this Fly Quot w we a a it la it or a

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