Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 29, 1847, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 29, 1847 Page 1
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1 TH] Vol. U1L H*. 404-?Wtate Mm, THE NEW YORK HERALD ESTABLISHMENT, North-WtM corntr of Pulton Mini Nuwu III. JAMES GORDON BENNETTTPROPRIETOR. ('fRCUL.ATIO.'M ?JfOKVY THOVIAJia DAILY HERALD?Krery day, Price 2 cenu per eonir-^7 15 jur nunum?iityable ia kilr nice. WEKKLY HERALD?E?ery 8?turd?y-Piice 6* cnti per copy?S3 UK cuu i<ee eiiiiam?peyeble ni ?a?a"? HEK \LD fOR EITROPE?E*?ry *tr?m Packet d*y? PrKe *K ccuU per copy?Si P*r uiuum, mclnoiuf po>U>e, pit <ble niedr&nce. Subscription* end M'tWOWti willpr ??>e??edby \ii*?r? Uilijcniiii IS Rue Viyienne. Paxil; P L 8imm!J*. I! Carnhll*. .mif John Mi"?'*!, bookieller, Loudou. AVNOAL PICTORIAL HMRALD?PnbluhH on the lit f %(/? \?ir?iiwl? copies mptiici men AU f t".KTISfciXK.'fTS. Iir the mntl prices?nlw a) s c Kp li. advance Ad verti?em?nt? should !? written in aplain, legible iu nuer. The Proprietor will not be responsible lor errors '>? njjv occur in them. PHI NTlNCi of all kinds executed heanrifu.'l>- an J with. Jf pitch. Ah letter* or eonmMuuMtiona by mail, nddrsised to the < eJttblishineut. rau.t be post paid, or ihe postage will be dc Jur'vil fn-in ihe *ub?cri|>r1oa mnner remitted. "'w' tuMrANy ON ANT) AFTER TffUKBDATT JUNfc li&TTm. thr Curs will rou a* fol'owe, autil further notioe. Up train* will leave me City Hall_for , H ilemk Morrieiaua. Forhainli Tackahoo rlcasitotrille, >H A.M. Wiu'nuBr'ge. Hart's and Newca.Ue 7 " IMAM. White Pl'n*. Bedford. 8 ? T " 7 A. M. WWlickrllle * " It " 10 " f roton Fall*. 10 " 11 " 4 P. M. 7 A. M. 11 " I P. M. S ? ,r 1 P. M. 3 P. M. 4 !J * 5 JO " 4 J# '* 5 " a io t 90 Re ton ins to Wew York will leave? Mor*j.auxkHarlem Foniham. WIU'msBr'ge. Tackahoe. 7 0$ A- 5L IMAM. 44 A. M 1 X A.M. 8 10 " 7 54 " 7 SO ' I 48 * V " tt W " 9 tC " 1 20 P. M'0 " It 23 P. M IB J P.M. 4 58 U K P.M. 1 44 " t 40 ,r^ White Pl'n?. a a oi - 6 " 7 to A n. ? M U4 " ? 0# " 8 33 " t ?? " fc M T 44 * 1 t. M # 5 83 " ft S3 " 8 05 PlMsnatvlU* Xi\t Castle. Bedford. WbltlitkrilU fsTI t *st 58?& hti Otoufi Falls. 7)0 AM. 4 10 P M. T^e train* to and from Croton Falls will uot (top ou New Yorlt Island, exoept at Broome street, and Sid street. A car will preowde each train tea miuntes, to take up passenger* ui vhe city. The morning train of cart from Croton Fulls will not stop ggtweeu white Plains and ^ew York, except at Tnokaboe hxtrk train* ou Suuday* to Harlem and Morrialaua, If ftu* Hr?*ejfor Lake ivUhopeckand Danbarr 1mv? Oroton Halls no (U'iival 01 the 7 o'clock A. M. and 4 F. M. train*, and for Paw niWMfc, io Oroton Fajl* #1 04 o WhidiokrliU 87W oNewontli... 75 o PlMuaarril}? fhi o White Plain*.., ^ So Freight train* leare City H&U at 12 M. and at 7 P. M. ReroriiinR, lea?e Crotnn Kalis at 7 A. M. and 9 P. " ~^r?DAItV KXCURSlOtf TO~THK_ErY t.^kZ^SIAN rIBLUS. H ?BOKEN ?Qajjna afttr t*ilZXt353tf Sunday, July llth, the steamboit I'lONLEH vtill mike regular trips from Caual and Nu.pteenth stieeu, diK'Ct i? the Blyaiau Fiol<)*, at Hobokeu, leaving the above mentioned i.Ucei a* follows^? XIimm<-nJ street, Nineteenth stretft, Klysian Field*, 10 o'dock, 10M o'ejoek, Uij^ o'oUtck. l| :: >|: : || : irHlft're 7X " . 8 " i*nauaiit.WBiiu'ft/, L-uNii BHAVUH, C <U. ...i?^ Ocean House, Jnui|iiug Point, Ruiihodi, and wMi'mrmftin Katontuwn Laudiiur. The ?reninl>oe! KDWIN C*p?uu Haynea, will rati a* follows lrum foo: t>f Yesey ?lri'?t, North Rirer ?? l,?sve Vow York Lear* Shrewsbury. O'clock July. OVlook. Tliermday. 20. i P.M. Fridir. 3C, 9 A.M F id , 3.1. J r. M Maiiuday, 31, 9 A. M IMlu-diy. Si, S f. jl. >>W? wi.'l h? in r ullneMu') thearrirkl or'.he boat to coo??. Ijrr. to nil part* rfltie Cunt.try. jvl Wi*re KOK sHRKWsUl/KV.OCfc VNTUU&K, ' iMJ*i I rnit Br tiicii H utunti. Dock, Brawn's IWk, 'ijiwis Mi(lilI towu ii.it Red Bank.?The Ste.imhoai OKUS C Piiee, M iner, will tun as follow*, from Fulton Marker ""lip, kasr Knn :? 1. -ivr w i'ork Lesve Shrewsbury. July. O'clock. July. O'clock Th>ifd*v. 29. u A M. Thtr*dav. 29. ii6. P.M. FVnl iv, il>, a A.M. Kiidiv-, 30, to. AM. jMtur.Uy, 31, 7 A.M. Saturday, 31, lO'i, A.M h i. ! n, An r. I, 8 VM. ^ui.d^y. Anif. I, 6. PM TV- Li i* .Stswei will ran to Howrll Work*, Sijuan Village an I rn.hoJd fctaut? to convey ptusengers to ail parU of (lie ccuutry, N. B All persons are forbid trusting liie above boat on nccount of 'lit* l Kvuer*. J. P. ALLAIRE. j > ?'' 't " < MIU,NINO MNK H?K At.HANl AND TKOV l?te>m-diate Landings, v.o'tOi.llv3 Breakfast pjid Dinner un board tti'Boat. The !.)w |>rBB?ure steamboat TItOY, Captain A. liorham h ill tl.e atrambimt pier fool of Barclay street, Monday* Wednesdays, and Fridays, at seven o'eloek A M Ke'urnlr." > be oppoei'e days The 3 ?miv NIM5 All V, H L KrMoe*, will leave the f* r?mbo.it Pier foot i f B\rc1>y* r?it. Tuesday, Tborsday ah.' S?r?ir<Uy, tthnlf put su o'clock, A. M., returning on the opiw>-it? du ?. ' ' f'.irf JO Out*. ni lr-i*lit, on 'lOird orM F.B.IUI1,a ft". iVj.'M. u iHe ai>utI. jy20 . i^,UlX/:Tij>>rsTttAlwBOAris K<lh VI RAN V, Daily, Kmnl n a Kicejj(ed-> 1 -r>^.vmNmb fnr.nnii Direct?At 7 o'clock, P. M., froti t..c I'i r b?!rtii?-u ('mirtUudl *ud Liberty street* .io*r ISAAC Nfc'.WTON, l!n|l VVra. T\ Pe<-h. wift i?.>r in loudiy, Wednesday, and Friday eveuinju, At 7 ctboat llKNDtllK llUDrtON, Capt. H. O. Ointteit ? ill ir/.re .m Tuesday, Thursday uud Watiiiday evenings ?: t o'c'.-Miii S.weinl 'lY.ii ,a for &:h?neeuui<>, BilLtou, hj.i1 Suratog* will run rs foll iw-,:?L<"ive Albauy at 8*^ A.M., 3 i*. *' . fcfrpt tviniWy*. Kieser.gen will find this tlie most ei ped.iii.-in awl convenient routf. Atf'i.e (? t in-i.. r. .vi.?l.iuiiuig at latermedLte ?Uc?a? l.-.i Mir (. o[ ii, U.uci >y k'reei Ui-Muil*y' JlOOllclSTRIJ, i.?ptnin U. H K'JTTT, *UI M on dry, w'srliiredny, Krigny,and Sunday afternoons, ?.cuV,i>^t SOU I'H \MKRK' A, Captain T. N. Hulse. will k it ou Tuesday, Thursday, wd Saturday afterno. I* it J I, clock. '(tin * .v# lw,l<?lil.r l'lMm.,.l.'<IIMn?ll,ii,li i. .m?l. time i' -, the Morning Oar? for- if HU>*f >t \Vwt. V.'i- ,-.iu t'lkon at iaodcrr.ro rniei, *uU cone t&keu ?l'!?r t oYjiy L, IV NI. *>* All i<f -htii*fue forbid tnmiug nuy of ths bona ol* tliii II , without u wrilirn ordM Iroin ihr caprium or accut*I' n |, ,> or freight, apply ou bonrd the bona, or to I*. t.' Kl 1t1, I.VZ. ?I tli* o^ci- '"i Inr ?h?rf. jv12ic , r*""?L Om>hU ION V\?*AUK Uh> ICfc?To r i' ,Jl?A Ibauv, 1,'tic i, $l 5It: Syreeute, $2; Oswego .. -4.1; H'>thr?tcr, I'S 21; Htilfulo, !?2 "<0: Clrrelaii"'-. vt VI, l> rrnit, ?S; Mil"-?nkic $<P. < h^ro. $0; <-inCn uiri, Jii. Xoroiito i'i<l IIuOnltoR) Jri; H'lnt*lull, ?2; AluotlMl,$4; PHf '.burg, $8. <lSt?, HO BtrcUy ?fre?-t . r iiri'y r?'|U rc'l will be ifi reu for the fnliii.u'iit nf all c.,.irr io, .'In with tin* c-iminu.. jvlH Wr v, [, K\., \g?n<. Tit-' York?1?<7. " NOTICE. STATBN iHJLAVJD mmY.?On and -f% ndrr SUNDAY. Ai>riI tVt} , >(*'mbn?ii * Ok' MCXSL* SVLTH a,.d S'l'A TKN liLANDKR will r .lit., follow*, until IuitIui uotice licavk sr4ir:-i isi.ino .V 8, I J, 11.11, A. M., suit I. 2, J, ?, 3, ?, 7, Y. M t.JUrg ,uw to hk Vt T. f !#. '.1, A. M.. v.d 1, 1, rnu miiiotM puit I, tod ni < 3, \ O'clorl;, P M. ' * <-rU V, 1 llli >Hf .** ^"Tnr'rTnT^-?^ Lin ?-TTi^uYif ?T $/V olILtf A'un>r?Thf <ti|>*rior, faar tiuiiiift jtki/JSm ?bi|? 1.1VK.hI'OOL, IIVi ion* Imrihen, i'?pt. J U . rr.t'lv*. will ??il ?< ?b ? , her regular <Uy. ftrlfhi ,,r hiring ?l?c nit tml mip*rior .lj.-i.tnr, <U inn". :uiply'o'i?. c | aiu o'i noud, *t w* ,t ?idr i* flnrin "r VVOODtirU. St MINTUEN, W H-n?h it. i rr 'f r Sli'D. i'lir (>;.< k-' llli' t4no*u ?.f tU? Wmi, 12.11) tout biirtbi"n. . hilii' Wij-iJIi will iuoc?'d th* Liverpool, oml nil mi Ur' ri'-il-i >1,v*,21! Sf,n. i^^2:' rr ifj* K)H Ol. v30()W-Hrrulnr P ckec of tlir lltli fV"1 A is'? li? lini* hew Ur. ir? ho: ?hip bKOOKSJ?a tu??, Opt. Hugh McKwco. will h.m! a> tin ? it**rrr'^ulMrdny. K?r frviwlit o- prui t, h*vi K jplmdld nctommndatioun. n|? pty nn Ooar?i. I*?f>c 01 iit? even ir , r " or 10 1 WOr?DHULL k MlNTl}RN. rr8o?h?. i f. - retrul r |MQ?.rf barn A?1 ??n l.'arr, 400 tout, ( -apt Wrig.it, y, ill 4UCCce*l ?h? Brno*-hy, and Mil mU her legujar day. ' ,0 i~~* 'vs:u!?iV?c h uTT- fkiO'S V;\?igh \TION x y.VV Ofr'Kh K, iu connection with lt?yi?Hra * i AIAN'Mm * ? : 1 -f*- - bfijio inbrm tlw inlbTu-Tiv-.f h?y l? ?vf opened .i Koiuf in couue(tioii wtfli 1 h<*ir friend*. < i ui^f llipptri) ft mi, of Livcrj>ool. *ud are enabled i<> f invard |mu iiicm loiod from Liverpool, Btlful. Dublin, i nrk. ? ! til other paru til* Ore ?t Rriuiu anil lrehnu, on in ?*t iidv Miti^coiH tciim. Kor the Keuei'tl ?*ti iff r toon given to j'??* flt*i)i*t'r< coming through <?nr noune in Li?eipool, we can. t)V irf.M. ice t?? an me rout le ten re reived from einivraeff from the old eottntry, Attfcat to the good treatment. they have at nil timr:? received Ie oritur to fully carry nut the arrangement, wa IM* * Ori u i?nl?fPil lo ttMi-ahlUh >1 ltou?? ) UHl City, th-it f?l I %'t i|>i>'>iurri?< oi . nil uit.idV ?\uce coinmou io emigrauU here aud in Interpool mty Ik- prevented. (h ?>r*u Uippnrd V. S m, Livari>ool, devraifrh the !!<* '!jtil, (J' . ?k, llotf itiipter, of the Lyi i|kk?I. a'iH * "unn'nfiDii, on thru rcguWrday?, and. iu ndditinu, one or more tir-'cl *?<hi|.4ever? week. in wi' !ii ik to <cn?l in-mey to thelT friend* r*n procure Hr'f'*, p*' hie r.t ciuht without dt*c<>aut, oa fl?-' principal h^nu.t hi <1 their l?fii??ifi in Knithid, Ireland, and * Hand. p:M " ( A KM SO *. HIPF*H > oe h afreet, ewf?i I W .1? .. - ,/OK LIVKRPOt'L.?r.ehet <v v?Hm7r. * '? /" 'V I1IN.I fc|K H'??. I nid. . ittfi torn* r?n ' r, U'l.il od Mm I er regular day, <?th oi Ang\i*t V ..eroinmoii ill? im i ' 'iimii, tn c?bm ij.J fi^ra^u na-* eiii; lieinq itli.ur* r*.? 'I b> ii y ?' ! iu " '! ttir airrtivr i i rrr "I I jrthn b?it>g A rJv i* k iif.4, thuM tlfuir.'O o'* j i diking n> ilti. a, It i I : |. ...ki-t klwutil iiuk* rarly ?i>|)|io i , on tuwrrt. loot .-,1 AiniJo.i Uu?, 01 to J t - ML'KK A V , ,, j cornfrl'ii# ,'H. otli .trrelii. T ' ? will JJt ?*ce#?d?d by tlnni; ,< r.M i.vv |"\ckrt ??,I|. WEH I 1 , Allen, bttrt I . , 13J,(| toun, W Mil llih ( Annn'ihT dny. ^ p/r?o.i? umir.'hi nf wurtu k fur * t fruixU in Itif om fi,unify, run Int. lliim brought out 14 cittier of (lie *hove l?bkeu, by ?j)j)lyuig u ?bov?. jyMrc E NE NE1 THE I A ( 4 -sa I. c a. ( The Dttmrlpllon of tha Ow(l?< Castl* or Pkrutr, Meiioo, May 10,1647. i send you herewith a kketch of tho oelebratod C?st> of Perot*, under tho impreMion that a wood out from it, in your Wttkly Iltrald, would give your readers a better Idea of this place, ftu famous In Vexioan history, than any description that could be written out, 'l'be diw-nblons of tlM Castlo and its appurtenances are accurately noted on the sketch, having been carefully measured on the spot. The walla and building* are oci&structed in the maul substantial manner, and are in perfect repair throughout. Tho masonry work U Uic most beautiful I hare AFFAIRS IN THE WAR QUARTER. AMKR1CAN PRISON KP.S IN MSXICO. IKrom the New Orleans Pioay une July 20 ] We have been allowed to make use of a letter from Lieut Barbour, of the 1st Regiment Kentucgy Volunteers. who Is now a prisoner lu the city of Mexico it will be recollected that ha wu taken prisoner when in command of the escort of a train out to pieoe* by the Mexicans After tlie publication of tbe paragraph in thin paper which elicited the letter, intelligence wui> received of Lieut. Barbour's fate, and pubU?kl>'.l. jet the letter is Interesting for lomo of It* detail*, and we give It.omltti t paragraph* of a private nature. The letter will awaken new alarm for the fate of the handful of brave raen now prisoners In the cl'y of Mexico The perfidy of Santa Ynna in the ca^e of th?s? prisoner* is sufficient to justify every stigma which has ever heen iwst upon him It is eminently ornel and cr>nt>>ciptlhle, aud fur more shameless than most of hia unworthy urtf f?r often the man undeavor* to propitiate universal regard by trait* of app tri.nt magnanimity:? Citt or Mexico. June U9.1817 Utar 8m?1 wa* surprised on receiving a number of tbe JV. O Picayune of tbe ?th iu?t , to find that nothing wa* known of me and uy command since our capture on the 'J4lh of February last A correspondent of the fieuyunt suppose* that we were murdered, and the e4i t.ov concurs with hiui in opinion, I bad written repeatedly. and had contldently hoped that some of my letter# hu i reached their destination; Indued, 1 was very c.r talu that my friends in Monterey had ruoeived Intelll j;euue of us. 1 regret this the more, as it has doubtless i.aused my family and friends much unnecessary uu easiness. On the 4th of this month 190 of our prisoners (among wnom vrero ? naries anu jonn swi^eri; ion tne < aitir of SantlRKO in tbia oity for Tampico, where wn ware told tbey were to be released, but It is with regret that ?ro learn through the eity paper* bar* that they were 'topped at an Indian Tillage 160 luilen from tbi* by 'order of General '.anta Anna, and that they were ntar. ring. (1?b. Gar ray, who haa them in charge, writes to the Government here that*he cannot obtain provi*iona. *e. I refer yon to th? paper iU RrpubUc-j.no, wblob 1 *end you. Wo burn suffered gr?at hardship*, particularly the oien. They bare been In m state of nahe'luees, famine und disease fur tho list flv* month*, and many of (hero ?vould have died had It not beeu for the foreigners bore through ?ho>n nld wa* given theui We have been tin parole slooe tbo JHh of April Ust, and thin eity In assigned ua a* our chartel. The Government hat palil u* dur'ug part of thi* time four rial* (<W? oeut*) yrr Htm ?ud they char/u u* tho ?ame tfl obtain It; so In fiot w? ;et nothing. But we have not been in want, for uteroanilie house* here at? willing to supply ua wltli whatever und* we w*nt li la known offlclally to n* that Major* Oiiue* and Bor'and Capt*. Clay, Heady and Uanley, Lieut* Chureblll. <n 1 Pavldaou were agTeed to be exonangwd at tj?? battle if Anfjoetnra. ( apt. Smith. Quartermaster. Mldrhlpnftti k'^ei*. of tho navv, and invself were not nrorl'ied far t)ut this Government, or ruther Bantu Anna, h:if uo Idea oi reltasi ir any M iu It Ik his wbh to *?ud n* to Acapulnoon the VaciUc. "tho irost rigid ami coiapul*><rj measure* on the part of our government will [alone] do uk any good [There in evidently a word wantinglu tbU sentence tn the original, and we have ventured to mpply it. It. I* but a oonj-oture .1 As I send thl* by th? Brtstish courier, thenoe by the paoket ria llava. a to New Orleans, I cannot mention any new? of local or military charaeter, ap it would compromise )iU neutrality. Respectfully your frland and ?orv't, WM. T. BJ.RBOUA eANTA ANNA AW CKRRO OOKDO. [From the New Orleans Ploayunr, July 30 ] We promised the other day to pay our respects to Santa Anna * detailed report of the battle of Cerro (iorde It Is In the nature of an autobiography. eltended from t lie moment a hen the Army of the .North wa.'retiring to It* former (juarters, "covered with glory on the field of Angostura," down to the lflth of April. The dlfflculMt s he bud to encounter occupy much of tliH long narrative and do not require to t>? told III* minute dwrlptlon of tho work* at Orro Oordo would hardly be intelligible without the plan accompanying the report The most rapid and condensed portion of tbu narrative describe* tbo lighting, but the event* ar< not new. tw he uontiuts himself principally to tho florin ing of tin* height known a* the Telegraph. The death of ( ii'ii. \ ae<|Uei Htid tint faltering ot tbo I'uebU brigade are the inoKl notable of the event* of lb* dry lu hie story Despatching the detail* oi the defeat, he conclude* hi* report with a kind ot*ui rnary of excuses and or his protested derign*,wlilch we have buetily and rude, ly tranrluted. We hardly need *ny that the original report I* spirited, artful ai.d well written. ' Such is the exact and genuine account of my operation* at C? rio Gordo during the few day* which elepsed from niy arri>*i till the morning of the IHth. By this It will be seen bv tbo Sum-emo Government, that ?urrounded by a thousand (iltfl:ultie* I inured no means or elfort* to assure a triumph for the nation in the position selected; that there w?re no grave error* or faults committed, a* malevn|?B<Hi or cowardice haa uhlspeted; and | thutasujy mlvrexts and uiy glory were identified with i those of the nation. ?o It I* but Juxtice to nieto confess ' that it wa* not my fruit that there?ult did not correspond to my efforts and my most ardent desires Grant, If you pleatc, that there should have beeu roinewhat n ore flt in nets and intrepidity shown by our soldiers; but they t bouid be excused la coaelderaUon of thu little eg W YO W YOKK, THURSDAY M 1 CELEBRATED CASTLI ir m i I In II :::::: So n r iipi .... tam? IH jji'j!: JD fU SS I?ill L i "?Ar I hfffffftrn? \Jf Ju" WOH/ i" r ! " l". I" I' | '| IIMl I 71////^!'w/hnr^ WMWWl^i)B%. V - - .; ^ *** utl? wall, 40 rwet 3 oowr roo? OT "urtain, 847 feet. 4. lunar fao? of ba?t ever #e?n. The front walU *re faced with dressed stone, and the miUirlulu end workmanship of this fortress art* In every rt-?p*ot far superior to Ban Juau de Ullia, of which you have heard so much. Besides the barracks and casemate,swhlch are very exUuFlve, and could easily accommodnta 6.000 men, there are numerous workshops within the walla, for blacksmiths, carpenters, armorers, wheelwrights, and, In fact, every branch ol mechanics usuilly found in a (treat uraeoal. Among the obitf objects of Interest in the Castle are the casemates in which the Texan prisoners were confined, and upon the walls of which the names of many of thorn were lusuribed. and aru still risible. The cbaperience of war which they had had during the fuw months that they had been enlisted. The fortifications, too, upon the bill kuown as the Telegraph, were deficient; but it should not be forgotteu that the enemy did not allow tiuiu for the completion of the works designed and commenord. nor was it possible to complete them without sufficient laborer*, without tools, and even without materials. The people did not afford the aid which waa required of them.and some of them contiguous to tbe seat of war deserve the denunciations which the Governor of that State did not spare them,uot withstanding his well known moderation. ileMdea the deflsteucies above Indicated, more infantry of the line w?re wanting, which it waa impossible t<> procure You will have notlcea that among the f?w bodies ot permanent infantry which i enumerate, th-re were only a few more than 3 <K) men, and even of these Some hudiuil licon recruited. 'I be rwn.iitider. enouuh to lit iq^ u i the uiiLob'T to a little over 8090 men, helonj;<*(110 the Natioual <;uard, recently enlisted, and yet to buru their first cartridge in pretiuuce of the enemy. It ii not true, then-tore, 1 hit there were assembled there a force ot from 12 11)0 to 14 uui) men. <ia hag been hastily or inalioiously cumulated But there is nothing strange in t lie victory won by the enemy if it is considered that their number was almost, double our?, that they pofts?< d all those element* which we were In want of. and th it ihetr courage in the action wan aa denperntv a* would hare been their situation if th?y hid lost the buttle. At tome future day, when political passions and personal rivalries havu passed away, entire justice will )>e done those Mem-uns who, notivitbbtuuding their dUlukviiuugea opposed their gnuerou* brcants to the ?rto!>ut invader on tiie 17th and l".h of April, and toid uearly the victory which was wou ou the iooond day uf combat. A tavorahle moment gained the triumph, which was lu a measure brought about by the want of time to fortify our position properly,by tne fearciiy of (io<?d troop*, by the blamel)-?l iiiczperienoe of others newly euliited, by the want of laborers and Ot the tools indispensable for fortifications erectiug in haste, and the waut of other materials and elements which are reasonably reuulred to ausure anucnesatul result. Nothing ot nil tbin wait con<,?aled from niP,nor was my resolution shaken by It Wheu it groat people In Invaded by an unjust enemy, which alius at wuundiuK In rights Bud trampling <>u it* dtgulty. It oanuot ekouie it??-ir Irom a light, ?v#u thou,:ii it h 'lliJ be uui>r>'| ?rt il lot thn combat. It will biilltr defeats, but wuakeulng 'hi enemy eveu In It* owu disasters, It will r.<;uire eiperience,*iid MO'innr or later It will exterminate the luv.t lor, or at lKH.it give bim a poi-ltivedtfcat In tiiisoonviction, wblub is deep rooted within mo, I have sought tlmen"my in every direction, and Inflicted heavy lo-aes upon hln. In both the actloDa which I have fought. If Mexicans discover that we do u?t light the cnomy an oftan a* an opportunity occurs, they will abandou Ihinnmlfw to despair. wbi'ti there ar?j abuudai.t reasons lor looking forward to ilia happy ?Uy In which the ouuntry Uiay secure again unfading glory My faltb In her cUftinleg has uevor abandoned me; and I leave to others lbr< pi -ai-urn of exarol-lng their malevolence or their envy, whllat I strive with ail my powers to wr^st victory Irun th? bands ol the eneiuy, or to meet death?the auly piSr-IMe term of my determination to serve with leal aud loyalty tb.< na.ioti whiflQ baa ao constantly h onored me." 1 he clo5lBft parajrnj.h of thn report la a tribute to those who fail, and a recommendation of their families to the generosity of the llt-public. rtEWS FROM rnr KIO RANDF. Tbe ntaamhbij) Mary Klugflaud, Capt. Davis arrived yesterday morning from Urajja baaUago, having tailed on the 16th lu;it. Capt Davis leports that th i fMo Grande was navigable to Reynws* for the large cl&ai boats, while tboee of a light drangbt can amend j Cainargo. The steamer Kough and Iteady had started with troop* on hoard tor viler, where the camp of lustrtictlon had been formed uuder Oeu. Hopping, Col. Helknap actlug as Inspector. There was a rumor at the Rraios when Capt. Davis left, that Urraa witn a force of 3lXHi men was about to make a descent upon Reynosa. One company on the wav to the eaiim of Instruction. bad been lauded st Mev no*a. ariil thu .|ij?rt> rtqhkl?T whh u-akJog every preparation to defend ihe place. Heveral of the enemy liaTe lately he< n te*n on the river, unci II I* juppoMOd to Iw Lrrea* object to attack ftoiue of thu depot* or wagon tratiin between (. *inargo and Monterey. A gang of desperadoes commanded by a man n:iinod King composed ol .vlesloatm nnd p?o;>le of other imtlon*. ha.< been found n>'iir the Urazo? Hoiu?uf tli? in-tnb.ire of iIih k^ii* liaro been taken prisoner* and tlin n ut dibpurncd. 1 tin rancho frequented by them wn? burnt to the ground. So fir the report of Oapt r??.\ i?< xt?ud? We turn now to the Afntamoi at Flag of the Hub ln?t , the lnte*t paper which ha? reached iiji We ttnd in it no confirmation of the rurame ab:>ut L'rre*. but other* of a very n miliar Import touching Caivajul. The heveral iitorie* Cm?r*n little con?if<tency,itud we diniui?s them with much credulity. We cull the following Uenw from the Flat i? < ompnny II, IVth Infantry, 90 men and three officer*, commanded by let Lieut, iieo. W. Clutter, pa*?ed i>p the rlvur on 'lliur?day The men wer? *11 recruited in

Virginia, and me a noble ?pimm men of lUe chivalmu* on* of that ancient State The company h*e loit but one umn fllriae It* organisation, and nil ?re now In dne henlth Lieut ('hitter I* hastening hie command with all despatch to the camp of Instruction at Alter, where three companion of the aaiuu regiment hare preceded hlm. RK ? _ ORNLNG. JULY 29, 1847 2 OF PEROTE, IN MEXI \ SCUM? *1= lllji fi0A * y\\5 rtHAnus | Ml Y\V ^jsi' i iXhUL* "T " jj ot/^/g. H Bell, a inwt gallant'officer uuH noblo geutleuian. ha* entered actively into tlio recruiting ?et vice, and will bo a canlid it? far lieutouunt colonel of the regiment when raited. Wo wero tola IftHf evening that a few day* ago a number of horse* belonging to th" tiu;irf"ruiaiter's department were unimpeded" unl run off. '1 ki'HM or four Mexloai.a In lh? public otnploy were sent after them After huddling them together. and while engaged in throwing rope* over Iheir nick*, a ttrango Mexican w >* observed officiating in the name Huh of eervice. Qt^fk a? i.homcht a lariat tva* cant over 111* head and the noose drawn The Kuddeuoees and t'rree of the tictioo threw him to the ground aud disljrated hi* nek. Sever*! horse*. wo lenrn. have been ridden oil in thin way at tariou* time* Some nix or ** ven horse* on tbi* occasion escaped without the I'. H brand being burnt upon tin in. <>f: aih*. in '.At.tror A correspond: tit of .1 h Jial'unor. H-jiuhiicun. wi 't\nv from vionter y. Upper California. under date of \iarch 1Mb, c iyn 1 gr-- it d-:il In 1nidation of thatlertllo region. W . 0'~>py the following.? An regard* California, titer# lit* been *0 much writtou and s<tld hb >ut it, thirt it reema to be aim out a wcru-out tale: but tin re ha* nothing ever l>oen written it ita praise, that, tt-11 half it.* worth >'< a eouotry?a land that Trovi deuce has marked sa a hoiue. an hd-n tor the ho in of freedom. But. ntill everything is wanUn,; hero to make tbi* a country, a Statu; there aiwny* ha* been a gorernor hvro. hut no gov>-rnm>'nt: the oldrat HpaularU in the I tud know* nothing about tho right of autfrage, and tie word election by popular vote i< entirely unknown This land want* more i ankeea before It can become a portion of the l.'nlted Htare* It ti> to be hoped that (inn hearny will not be removed front theothce o| govern* r until hie plana are carried out. and a republican form of 'J iTeroiueut established. as ho ii uO'|iiaiuted with the nature of the people and hi* plau of ilaiu josiloe that be rtt'al* out to tlern ha* gained their e?ie?-in. and he is looked to by the Ittb'ihltmt* a* a succor In thi? their h>urofneed You can Imagine the state of a country tliat ha* been lir>raeeed by Internal revolution*, for two years put under mart .ul law. ami tb?t uot reaching out of sight Of the sentinel. and no lorern&l machine of law or order at work to keep it* marauding inhabittr tl at peace. Thin muni gnou bo remedied, and l>eu Kearny 1* the mua that I* now looked on ai the oue fitted to undertake th * task. The fuoctinuarin* of the late government (snoalled) have all returned. with the exception of Gen Ca*tro. and a friendly feeling begins to rxl?t between them aud the Americans Ball* and tan dangnr* are given by them anil by nor offloers, and all commingle and mjoy themselves together The etarry nag decorate! the hail* of tboNt that w?ro out a diort time since favorites of the government of llniro If the forces of the l'nit"d Ntates with duw withdrawn from ' allforula. the people would declari and maintain nn iudept ndeuce of Meftino. A* regard* >he soil of California It consist* of a Mar It luoulJ the average depth of four feet on hill and valley: every specie* of grain ot vegetable that ever sprouted' out of the I'arth nan heril>ed her* to bursting'erfoct,on Tobuoao. hemp. and Out cnn to brought to r.uch perflation hern, that no bountry In the vorij oan It, and no lard on earth can produce such grapes a* thin; the Tine, if properly cultivated hero, could be brought to greater perfection thau any country in the world t have seen noma vineyard* of the Hpaniards horn, that arc extensive. but not properly cultivated. Not iiuiuy moro year* will pass before ail nitlon* of the earth will !eek the wiiirs of > alifornli As to it>< virtues as a grazing (v.tintrr,1 klifornia stands unparalleled on i arlh; grass and wliifoaH grow everywhere, and now you c*n sue ^jrrass t wo feet In height on ? very plain, where thousand* of cuttle are fending, aud Oontinue to do so trota year lo yetr.aa the fields ur? ever tfreen. and have heen so hinoo time begnn. Vou may bvart of I oa proved breads of rattle in the. Mtatea. such aDurhnms, Devonshire!!. ik? ; hut come to ' aiifuruia aud * ?> a herd of two or tbrea thousand bnllorks feeding on t h'< plain*, and then ask why California has been overlooked a<- regards Its superiority of cattle over all olh. ra of the earth Tbern is no attention patii to thriu. as We have to give toeatll.'tn the States, but they grow up in nature's wide douiain, the lsrgest and fattest ou earth Every lagoon, lake, and river terms with 0*h of every species- the salmon in particular. J he mountains and tiiaiun aro lliled with deer. elk. and every sp-eles of b-ssi that lives; elnu Is of geese and ducks of every kind no canvass hacks) (ill the air. HicknuM of any kind Iunknown. Life last* until age makes it a burden 'J lie hill* are rloh with precious minerals; rich Iri n and copper ore peep! out of every hill side; every thing Is abundant except I Trad, and that the lary Spaniard* am too worthless to raise Hour is now worth p. r barrel, end cannot he had for that. Beef. be?l 1* tbe word; the native! live on meat; they work. Ilvu with, and lire oa their cattla; and tn? wonder to mo I!, that horns and hair do notgruw out vf eveiy Indian and Spaniard ni I California. Send out our country men; ?e want scttUrs. not iMdiet*? here; tell them that this is Kdrn on a Uigo ?c?h ; Uie laud 1mm Increased Ui richness, ae the noun of lire ElBflf can. tlon, 193 Ml. ?. Moat wall, 14 Ion, 90 fcot. fl. Plokot fanoo. I'd, a n?at nod beautlfnl room, la uUo an object of tut?rttsi, and contains tho grave of Guadeloupe Victoria, llrat I'rvfMonl of t!i? Maxloaii republic, wno died iu 1824. In tlia koutliweat anglo of the tnoat (which I* dry and n ppear* to have been so for y?ara, though It i* nald tiiut jt can bo filled irliti water Iu two bourn.) in a large lough woiden croak. at tha foot oi which wv found a number of unbuiled akcletona Tlitfi ho learn am tlio remains of Mexican criminal* who had been fastened to tho crariH and shot, and their bod Lei loft unburied on tile spot where they fell. Tho wall In tho rear of the crons han the mark* of iscorcR upon soorea of inu*liut balls upThe following does not ageee with our last previous ndvlcea from San Antonio :? A gentleman Jn?t from San Antonio, Texan. Informs us that Col. Hayaia making ve*y alow progress In forming his new regiment. The men comporting tho recently ilUbauded regiinoiit were collected from remote part* ot Texas, and w itli few exceptions have returned to their homes, go vexed at the trouble and expense that they have been put to, that no inducement* can make them return. The colonel haa not given up, hut atill lia* hopea of railv 1 iicr ennush tmv< to form the new reelmeut {'. I ERA CO. .^i ontt, aud near th? oroHHWvr* tr?uoh*? th?t contained the bone* of th? ilala that w?r? from tlmn to tiBi? ooll?ot.iU unil burled. TUcr# ?ru (wo moat inn^nlfkonl Spanish broDx* mortars, each a?r?ntot>n inch*.! In Jl* muter in the clrar. iu tho aunt and south bastions. that would cscltu univircal admiration anion# tho ?nod <*ili21HDH of (fotharn. if monutfld on ?oni?< of lb? forts In your harbor, and would proTe fiso?-diiigljr useful in 1 those of nmd Tho garrison of Wrote con*l*lit of sevun 1 Poni|iiini?K of thu 1st IVr.iitylvania voluutt-ers, and one company or u. i?. artillery vcry truiy youn, H. K. Sf'OTT, Cip'n of th? C'adwnllador (traya, 1st Ilcg't I'enn'u Volunteura. doro havs Incroaned and gone wea?ward. If th? eon* of the tanturu ahore of Maryland and my native State ot Virginia were taken from their sandy home* In the ?ast. and transplanted In thla the far w.'st tbc change would be tuoli that tin. gray-headi'd would dance. tlui con-umptlve bd cured the lean beconiu fat. and they would *oou forget their he rrlnt-frlef whilst revelling over the mlnnii chowders of thli? lo>>ly land I would nay a lew word* to the "soap-locks" of your city. Ifwn had any use for theiu out here; but ii* there U no us h, according to Ihal'i will, for physicians or <|U?cks of any kind, they weed not Mine V* to lawyer*, we hare no us? for tllem; tu wo ha To no law to expound, they would hut? nothing to do; aud when w< make our civil lawn, (which will I b? teion ) wu intend them to b* so pl-tin and republican, that everybody can understand them wif.h ml ex- J I'anation Aa to rogues and raaoul*. the supply on hand is entirely over the demand. not only Amrricft i manu- j factum, but fro.u every land that the Run shines upon banner*, mechanics tif every kind. Tierchant*, trader*. i piintern. and men ol every honest calling, can l>e< nine ricii here. We wiut tbeui here; and when they conic, let eacu briny hi.* Implement* of trade or ?nliui< with j hi ii. a* there h nothing here towards civilization, only i what. ha* h " a brou^h} here by settler* Inir rovemem art two thousand year* behind the out in tbla ocuu- ' try; aud wnan they coma from the ustem Stated, let th?in riiinn by way of the re*. as it I* better than the fatiguiug travel by land, and then they can brii f what they w*ut with them There have been three hundred i w-iji'.n* with >iuli(rnntK Ut-ly arrived in tbs >all y of the Mkcr.iuit uto liver, frura independence, Mii,?ourt. 'I his .alley (.Sacmmento) Is the most extennlve settle- ' im ot of Americans in I atlfornla and this broad and I fertile vall>-y is fa.->t filling up Silence reigned over it 1 through uiief; it? blooming bniiom was the haunt of the .-IK aud thu bvMlfl 01' the woo.I*; the death like mllluim | wan only broken by iha eplaih o( the Indian's puddle, ! lie wafted hi? fur-Indentd canoa down itapearlv water:- j The bardy pioneerc;nne to it with ate and rill?, and unfurled our etarry ling over It, and now it blo?*oui? a" tli? ro.?e. I'h? plough boy'<i merry whlitle, tbu tuilk maid's (fay ?oug, and the ;hutn <.f bu?y life, are board from the atioivn of San Francisco'* placid water to the cliBi of the ?nnwy mountain.*, and the time i* rot far ditfiunt when tin- lively val.eyi and plains of tbia beautiful country will teuni with thousand* of the k>dii of tha earth that lore to rejioee under thebranrhea of I, I burly'. Tree. Pan FranriPi n bijfi fair to >> the commercial mart rt Calitornia; but .Monti-ivy enjoys the tame favors of trad* ut pr???m ; yet the couVhiiIi nee of navigation on the rlvitk thai . rapty Into *an ) rancleoo'* bay maki * It bet ter than thil a.- .1 market. But the time is drawing near wh>n the mountain* will be tunnelled. *he ravines f)U'd up and the rumble of the hiseing engine be beurd ou I ulroad* from V'auo >uvrr> lslar,d to 1'anama. and the ? vus of tbeSe fi rests'.bunk Cod for the day that made thorn I too. EMIGRATION TO WALIFOR^IA. '1 be difficulties and datum to which otir hardy pioneer* to ' alifwruia and Orepou. are graphically *ei tortb by Mr (tuivvey, a eorrespondert tothe Wt#lr? n Mivoiitor One of bis letter* appeared In that p.;per on the I'lib ln?t Thin l'tt< r I* dated on the'.'<Uh of March llot, at f,ow-r f'liebla The writer arrived at tbo first rtettlemeijl In ' alifornla on the 14lh of October, after a n<ry I ri>< and tlre*oni*j< Hi o. y Very noou after tbelf arrival in ' all f rula, hearing of the revolution, end that the American Colon were ruined, theaaomlifranlr' enltf.r?-l r? volunteer? in u regiment formed under t'ol. Fremont. with rbe pr<lmlne uf fweuiy-flve dollar* per month *er^- ;ioti> thirty five. He *pea.krf Very favorably of the cuntry o?ii which he ha* passed, and *ay*. that If be Were now back In Missouri with bo> family, an i with h * pre?ent know ledge of the eouotiy, he would not hesitate to rnov. there. The choi tu* of tli?-ouutry rou*t he very great to counterbalaticu the difficulties which the t-mirraota enoounter in getting there, aud of which be gives *ome account in hi i letter lie went out with .Viorau aud Boon, who changed tb?ir mind* on tn? route, aud went (O upgon. UOT. uog|!? r??*u ' "iin'i ?ii? m??hiuii time Mr. Qmrv-y UIJ. flanoifh difRcultjr, baring lout hiH oattle. A party of migrant*, who wont out, or itutcil, with Col. Hu^MI, *ufTer?d almoit increlible h*rd?hip* in the uiouiitm'nH K*t winter, having b<en pre ented trotn eroding tlifui by the *now. Thin company ru composed of twenty tbrm wagon*, and left In Hun Creek on the 131b day of May. Iei8 About a month prerion* to tli? Uatc of the totter, flu' women and two uo"i itrriTtKi at < i-piaiu Jotiuiou'f, the tint houeo of the < aiifomi* tetUeineat, entirely uakeo. ami tbuir If t froet bitten. They 'titled, that th?ir coiupauy hul arrived at Truckey'* I.ake. ou theea>l hide of the mouuUio*. and found the *now no deep tout thiy could not travel. l aming starvation *i.\teen ot the ftronge.11 (?i?wu melmi and lire female*) ugrird to ctart I'ur the rtettlenienti on foot Ai'U-r waud^-rio^ about a number of daya, bewildered. their provinbiii. gave out. Long bunker nmdu It nece><*ary to rai>t lo> to ?* who i4iould b? *ar.riflped, to make f.-od lor th< rent, but ?t thin tlitt th>) weaker began to oia, which rendered tin taking of life uouocei-t-ary A*they died tile noiupany went iuto oalop and made meat id t lie dead bodied of their companion" Nine of the men died and reveu were Mkten. One of the men wat carried to Johnson'*, on the back of au lodtuo Hroui tbie rtutenient it wtuld heem that the women endured the hardship? he'.ter tban the men. ai nun* of lh?m died. The com pa nyUlt behind numbered idxty poul*. ten of th, m io< n tho otbur* women and children ll.tT ?>rn In cami about one hundred mllea from tJohn*on ? Revolting a: it may *eein. it la ntated that one of the women ?a? obliged to eat part of the detil body of her father ami brother, and another w? her hut ban a* heart cooked'. B 1ajLttoyjk ^4 ^xs LD. t\\\4 1N? OWth It ought to b? u. ??ry tin? oountr* lo luntify to imnur to audi iufferinuB and horror* ?enj*niin Hud*p?-lU Lau boeti ayp*>im#w4 Labttlr, of * oompauy in the California Battalion, with - --> of $1'JU per month. ThU writer uii l bat o.neral Kearny wa* tta O#. irnor and Commander-in-Chief of Upper .,4 1 WM California. AKMY IHTSLLtUkNlK We hare b<wn Informed that the two oaw com pan in* of Mounted Volunteer*, which h*n baen raiavd <D law than ten day* by Captain* Fairchild and Beaanoon. will embark for Vara Crui on Wednesday next. ThoaH flue troop* ura already furnlnbed with aroiK, aud mopt of thou have already received til-Ir uniform! Yesterday carpenter* wera busily engaged in making lUlla for the bor.e* of th-ae troop* on the iteamabipx Eudoraand Kaablon On W-dduhIhy next wa may. therefore. pr?-pare to bid a e rdlal food bye for it time to tbe gallant nn?n who b*vt? m> i K^erly coroa forward to r??ar aloft the biDnar of tba KlHr? und Klrlpe* in the cuuutry of tba enrtuy ? Nut O'lruM L)*ha, 'jolh i.itt ("apt Mvlngjtoii'a company of roluntaara f->r tha M>-xiu?u war arrived iu I'Mllihuaara on lha Wtb ii ataut. utnUr I-Oiniuxnj of l?t auti 'JJ Lleutriianta D M at?*w?rt, Jr.. and W W S?ott 'I hay number abuut flf<y u>?-o Thu rvuiAiiider of tba ooaipany . aa on tba W?y, and w? to urnvx In a day or two 1'be company bai be?n r?l/*?*d to Kant KUrlda, principally in (Joluuibla County I h?-y rutbark at tit Mark* for .vleiieo.?Arm Oiltuut Jjntm. U(JIk iuil. . LUut Wiikiiiion. of tlia lilth infantry, arrived b> ra liut vTcning (torn Camargo. on bl? way to Jarkaonvlll*, liliuoia wli.-ro lie will reoiult for bin regimentSt Louit KfvulU. Jury 30 Col Halli, of the n*w regiment of mounted volunteer* ut liMt-pvudtnce Una in&ile tba following appointments?Adjutant. H Hart; Quartarmaatar, r J Sloa?on; Looniummry J B Thump-on. 8*rgrant Major. W. 8. Wbaaily; Quaru-rmaaier Sergeant, .U?x ? St Louu R pultican, July 30. Capt t C. Camngton, Jr. of tba Virginia Regiment Of volunteer*, reached tblo mly on Sunday evening. Tba objaot of bis raturn from Mecleo la to obtain recruit* to tupyly the vac&nclac in tba regiment occasioned by deatbi and dUcbargi-s ? Richmond WMg, July 27. Thx Committee ok Five ?Th* Uuited St * ? agf-nt for the Ch?rnlirrs, Col. M'K cick, taaa r? aivad a commuuicaUon from tba oomntlaaloaar of Indian afialr*, Hon \V Medlll dated J9tb Vlarofa. requirInn that lh? nommlttnA r?f Av> annnint?<i h? lha IntAtv puny to carry out ih? provisions of tbe #th artlaU *f tbe treaty of 1*40, lu favor of that party, ehall rt-iMtable. and so correct and modi! j their report that It wUI batter coutnrm with the spirit of tba treaty. Tba errors of the oouiniitUa which ara to be eorreotad axe. as we underetaud them, Id havinir approbated morn of the t lOu 00U to defray tba espeus* n of tbe party, as such, thau wan authorised; and iu having allowed olalms In favor of person* who did not beloug to tba party. W'a suppose the nqumt of tba commissioner will be promptly acceded to ; and tba difloullles la tlM way of paylug the party be removed aoon a* ptaatlctbl*. We noderstaud that Iba Cherokee agent bat r?o?Utiy forwarded to New Orleans, to hf placed In the govern meat treasury there, about (90 000 of utupttM money belonging to the Cherokee*. This la dona la compliance wltb a circular from tba commissioner of lA> cUan affair# Tht-?e >30.000 was a balance due to tba Cherokee*, w? are Informed, for arrearages on auuultles wltbbald In 10)0. and why It has not been paid over we ara not aware. Beading money from the Indian oountry, while the government U to lurgely indebted to us. la a retrograde stop, and might ?.-?-m to Imply?" Yon Indiana mb wait for your tuouey till we tbraeb the rmaelly Mast, can* " Ts-ka to-keh, convicted of the murder of tha woman at Bealtlu's prairie, ? ?? bung at tbe oourt-boaM la Delaware District on Friday last, tlie 2d lust ,'ln tbe pa? enoe nt a numerous cou oume cf people | The murder was among the uKMt uruel and wanton that we ham heard ol It heeum to have burn p?rp? ratted for the jratlocatlon of a bvutal paxakm, and that It Imperiously dumaudeo tin- most rl^orou* punUbmeDt 1? evident t? everj mind, from the circuiualaiiOrA that b>r husband wai absent at the time, that ?h? wan slabbed uot Uxh than :x doieu tiu>> ?. aoiua ray iwunty, and that hen the boc'y win dUcoverud thn bust luoriung, a L*?pIww inWnt wm found at her b wi.-t W? uudprsuud that hercrsl reaper UM? merchant* in Fort Stuiih bare <;*a?td to deal In spirltou* l<(ju><rs, ana lbat t b" t lint Tempemuc" Si.ciety b?? ? adop <\ a i < <>tution rri'oniiu?ndiii|t in their uji uii?r- loi to deal with lUerCbautii tfliO fi ll Ibtnu to lb? ludiiuja Th? teiopcrauoe cnUMt lu lh? uauou numbers tbotwiind* ot Iricude. including men ol weNitb. rwpwlability { .iud iutlufooc It now posoMUKt'R * p?*Br wbiuli, properly ' directed, Is not to b? slightly luitliuated; and that poa?f i < bould be brought to bear upon the buuiano ?ud? which it U striving to urociuplieu ?Vlttruktt Jldwcuti, 6iK initant. AitKK^r ov a Kidnapper?On Sundny moratag U?t, >iq individual c.uiiuy hiu.b< It illums, took pttm-a^o in the northern cam for Frederiokibu'g Soon after getting In be (Willimns) Intorwd Captain Darrac tt tnat u? winlird hiui to Atop iouiu tin miles I rem ibu oily and ta.i?i iu two Metroes, which b? etuted belonged to biin ? tbat h? did not know xautly wbera tbey would bo on the road, but bu wanted lb* tapta'n to kwp a look out for them- a white man lie Mid, would b>i with theiu 11 ih (WiIIUhih) app> am nee, eonvrr?atlon and movement*, attracted thn intention of Captain Uarracutt. and bo kept a ntrict watch for thn kigrnas and j white in:in; baton reucblui; tbu pluce dc. i^ni.ti d tbey I had not srrlved?and tb- oir? weut on to the Junctiou, wbetl' CapUiill 0.ir<itColt |iUl out and pro.-eedtd to loot, for thn ne^roeii They were boon loun.i and taken into custody; but the wbitu m.iu, wbo e name in b'lierrd to be A.leu. escaped into the woods. ? *|ti.lu Uartacoit brought the negro** back to this cily ou Sunday night, and mdeuvon J to give ntlcn through tb? twlrgupu to an a^ent In ! rrdvtlckrbur . to liuvw U llUalu* uireaUdj , hu iuoop<r?lor i i f roicru'b'liurK um Icing iu pi*. ?, ilie If u pruVHii ln< flWctuul ou :ti.it nigh . J.mly on Mobility Woiuiog, iowr-vi-r. ihe iriio i were it^uiu put iu uiotiou, w!i?;i thn nu^vitr ??? rrliirn?<) iliitt < upturn VVIilium Wllimnsou (who u itti'd in uirt-.-liug tint Il*-gr>?H Ul till! .1 Ullfl lob) llhli Mill ? llili'l ll.r up lo l>'r. (Jfi l -k-'^u. H wilh lh ? !! ?s wiilcli Im J i-U lo ln? i.rfrit ul the hiiluDpi 1-r VV>i)i?,u-, ?l?i ia lidw rin.Sttkl in j .1 nl ! jv-.i--!icKuburif J Li ut^ron 11 ii.i (j.ij, ou>- 10 Mr. WiUiniii ii Kov, ul >i.?tibu?>, mul tliu ?itirt tu .r "otiu II l?bb, of t'i.uucesti r. an J w> r? Inrtcl to p. iioum iu thin city by Vmsis M. 1 ?tir. St :-?oo. I urni.in n for il>?' I'ibi r klUt.nppcr, but hi had Hut brru ?r1-tr.ivil wbi'ii tin rji." i'J! U Ik" Juactlon y??,V:V4y> ?Itvrcouu.? Jiu Ui/tvnJ Lntjuii tr, 37(1 ii ?f. SCPKFMI Coi'KT ?Ti": Juiy itim ihf old fcuprttuitt CoUi'i which h?B b'-? n held in I'lo-a for tbr?n nr.ckii I>t < hW Ju-1jfr? Uardnloy, and Juitic i whltllr^y Mud VicKiisocli ??? elosrd on Saturday at .1 I (I i liH U8t Caiim- mgtud WitS .No. 07, ti>? ic-ua of which w?? of Juir, 1M4. Ol'KAiN KTV.W, NAVIGATION )0>l tN \ , tlli.ro 11 Willi ui ?tte?l. re. n .lU, 1 un i ?? . rt!?r? KU* ud How i ? A I'en, Willum ''liAit/iKililr, Moilifi^r Livrn2?(fM9 Joliu A. Inehn, Jt/hu L- ir|ikei(i, Oeli H. RAND, TretidtBt Jf.rr.vARp MILLS, Or arm I Ajeot, > \% \ ?>rk I H4ki i:? t.. A*vnton, ^ec^nry. In conformity *ilh llie |>r vltioui I H t cU?a**r MQUi% < iftieb\ tirm i)m( lir 'i<>oki Tor kUt^rintioi. I?*r mi Mitouut n ot weeding $30(1,000 r ? r)iv cnj. tul lock s>i U?f mmja N&V Ifc'utiou (.'/lllitiiiiy, Mill be ii>- hi tbr (iffirt* ot ill# ''ominiiTj^ W ilhain, coiwn of VV?ll sued, uu Muua?y. 2Ut itur, IH7. We |t?r rent of the ninonnt ??ih?r^rd rnu?t !h? paM M the i?eriuti oftub*CriplH>ii \u oi b*|k bill*, 'i he l-?leiiCe ?,f he subMTipliou vvill be rullr?l lor in iniUliMbd not rtcmlitiK 0 l?ri ceur.u in i\ I** rvqaiH by the <jpemtiou* ol tu? C-otnj v ay. iu*n utx/n thu r> <J?> s jjtvimj. ui4icc. j'he I ? i* t.V &rli ?ocihm oftiiv l'?y?L*wt? *' 8ubfcri|'tiuii to the cnifitnl of U.? 1 ? m, hi. , oiler t>.?j mount him yhe $ in Jwe'ereuce b<* II ?< <! to * in.iy then In* ?lcrknoMe<t. and Coin* ml r^t vt then fhcu nciU'il mb?CFTfi?'H * je<i 30r ry -.e- ? "hih i.|V KlnQ -X . ,ii "f" 4?v'. J'l Augiur 'i n* ii>1-iiiiii] i.> w tnui m i.)ii|> $AH All *AN U-, l)?rt4)<xi ?>??? ' I'i'iiM Tliai?p??'ii| ?t lit ??il?? llohi r)ii?:,ilij ai c iuni'?'I*ti i,i f>r? fe?' ?t eond |Ki???IHH i?, ? t o \Till hi- Oik i| *1 rr'tid-il 'i )t<, ? i.txinf ' :?*inc. ihniilil m.ike t-tt. v i. I'liti ' ? j. \:?>urnR\v, ivtt e< r??r Pine kuJ K<illih i trrf i> BRITISH AND MOItTil AVKHKM> HO*'AL S'J>a.I SHIP, isnto-.. i.,l ; 3" Ivimf i i-i?ii, in !r< .ytUr lx>r?f? ul'fh? A'lir ii ility HIHtK SlA, ( iitiiiN Alburn*.*: Kynli. Al.h.i>ur> I Kl'tJiu h.'l\?sr<IO lo:r BJU1 fANNlA. Captain John Hr" ift. CAMBKlA.' at'txin< li t lu-JLin* A< A 01 A. < ?i'i.ia W .llwin iinrrii' Tli* foar <[r*D'iiliiiMi now bciili(.n< nrr TMK. AMfcKlCA 'I'Mh NjAt'Ai;A. THKV CANADA TMK Kl iiOI'A \ rvu It itpl^iinlril to *"i| fr ini i ? r^-<il nr? <lir Uriraun J?lr I. I'll;!.. ruin Inly 10. IM? VFA:>rI* ?>,. iqU'I 'i .i i,l fruin Hi?'t. u iri tHr nrt'inuin, uru?r I, ir r llibfniin, An|itl lt?, IHt? Pwnu-ntfrri' lutfgaks mn*t m "d Itoard rhe d,?y pirviuut v> Milium. Iim|( nx?u#y?Krhi DutUWU LiveriK'oi. SIW, 4o -bi w tl?|ifn?, i^ti. No hero* miiiH iiniil.i'iia fur. l'lie?e ?M|? curry *?|wri?ii r-d lurirom. fio I'rnpl t, cieept iprcic. t??nri on iKyi of vul ii?. b ur (rriglil, r-1' * iKC,?i m> i tlu r iufm uvm.od. MiiiI > to ? I) HHIOHAM. jr., *- m. \i I1AKNDKN fc ?:<>.'? ? / IT?** I" addition to tin ilv"vr lin* Iwiwrru Licf|iv<i| if?!if?t, mil Hviiiin, a nmlrnql li'ui Iwi-u rnicn <1 ml. ? nl M? ui-vrriininit, tv r?t*lili?h * linv brtwrtn l,m-r|.i.? 1 nn New York ili'rtt, Tlir ttrtnmhii for this r\ir? nrn ,< \v In iiih built,and cnrly next yenr tin* nnticv will b* jircii (ihrtimr whtnllwy will start Under the urw (unmet tlir ir sinters will noil every HntuitUy durmy etnlil months, sml -sery furtiinilii doting li?j Iilhu month* in (lie vr*r. (Join* u rriiHtrly >H>iwrrn l,ivi-r|HM>| mil tlnlifns md Boston. uml I* weeu l.neipool snd Ww V'irk. tnfS ' FOR I.IVK.PPQOl..?Tbe m?f?i':rtnt "t ?ew Ht??mi>b||>8\M *11 MW'liH i ?i : in ^ ' ' tln.-^p"*. will ?*il iimi 'u*IIi o ~^%Uuli?uLl^ihr >1 i,l' Amu i lixtnu* nn|<rrM? s?*'?n in Juri.-ni for n limi'. d nuniNer f ser.i mi cabo. iiajfunn-.i, who wi I bo taken ?t s rfwnil I'M*-* t>r?oii? ile.iri'ti* of eii|i?ir ngsccoad r hi" !? ?*? f>'Wit. rrivmli in iIip old tuimif. io lesse Ll??i?"il "? Hie Mb H liirmlii-i fn Nrm Yoik.in (! <> aboee steswer. > " 'I P ici*? charged I'.t i-eiii<r |<iM?n|?ri, by w? (' P. IV. JlffliNkN fc i 'I.,, , _ , jy*| Itt'ui ?; Suuiii St., b?lu? Uu?Ii??- 'J.