The Northern Standard. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 20, 1842 Page: 2 of 4
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thousand men. If volunteers for a less term of ser
vice than onevcar. or during the uar. should be em
ployed they would not be enabled to achieve any ob
jecfof importance. Si months would he necessary
to pcrlcct them in the manual exercise the drill and
duties of the camp and no time would be affortlrd for
operations against the enemy. As soon .is the tunc
lor which they were engaged would empire if ihe-y
were 110 discharged discontent ami mutiny would
nrise with a broiling up to finish the catastrophe.
Fnc ihous-md men returning to the s-itlcmcnts of
Texas disorganized and exasperated would bo more
formidable thin four times their number if the enuny
invading us. If the country is once entered u ith a
view-to cxtoitthe recognition of our Independence
we must not abandon our object for if we should for
oae moment surrender any advantages upon a se-
cond attempt we should find increased difficulties
and a disposition against us on the put of ourenemy
of the most desperate and determined character an-
ting from various cauies The place of voluntccis
would have to be supplied by drafted mihth with
w horn discontent might very reasonably he expected
Ifany attempt should be made to detain them for a
longer time than si months; if they should indeed
b" willing to sub ui to the call for an oficniive war
beyond the lim.tsofthe Republic for even that time.
In the prosecution of an offensive war. there should
he no question as to the right of the goicrnmjiit to
command the scrv ices of its citizens. Unfortunately
:ii the very outset the question arise? has Congress
the power by th Constitution to order a draft ami
. oi.ipclttie citizens of the Republic to march beyond
our limits in a war of invasion' If this po.vcr ex
ists it is not to be found amongst the enumerated
powers expressly delegated by the Constitution to
Congress; and to men is clear that no such power
lias been delegated but it is "expressly reserved to the
people." If Congress does not po-sess such power
then such a livv would be unconstitutional. Were
the Executive to sanction anv such hw. with a be
lief that no such power di J exist he would violate
Ins duty to his country and to himself.
To commence invasion the troops should be en-
gaged for and during the continuance of the war
lo in Mitt o iMeMco witu a torce such as will ensure
success not less than two millier.s of money will be
required for one year's serv.ee at the same time
embracing the supplies which ur may del ic from
our enemy. To command this amount of money
would have been difficult for our country at anv peri
od and particularly so at this time when embarrass
ments exist to a more distressing extent than perhaps
atany previous period m our history That we h -.vo
valuable and almost boundless resources all will ad-
mit but they are not available and we have not there-
fore the means indispensable to the prosecution of a
campaign. Resources arc on' thing means are
.mother. Instead of means Congress has placed at
the disposition of the Executive ten millions of acres
of land for the purpose of raising mcars sufficient to
prosecute the war The Executive dors not possess
the facilities requisite to convert these resources into
means. To efitct a di-position of lands by sale or
hy pothecation in the Unnitcd States would not Le
practicable. There uniinnrm el -o I iif'-wh i
wrc sfiKnj me u'" .i' irei. t' a'v ' !' I tar. '. v t" i l; the kit i At tins tune it
..ollars per aero can n v ' pur hase-d improve! ailu of vui' m pn. mc o '' jriii hat it should do
tom oncta 'hrecdi. .i p-r acra. It cannot be to jSO The prooiarui'ion cf !. c ' has gone forth
vaablo to sunnos .!( at !auJs neither designated! r induced bv aa assurance ths' 'i e N iv could be put
cycl vvnbir. l!ie v est domain of Texas could r m a st i f itt p- rai.o i. nr J in.u li ilely tal.c pos-
camiot obtain anv. 1 he bill pn. 10.1s to lace re
sources at his eommand but no mi ana for the accom
plishinc.nl of the ebjrets for w Inch it piofessi to mal.c
By sanctioning the bill as a war measure at this
lime win 11 no attempt has bem made and ctulu not
for some tunc be made to obtain iman would lo my
mind produce a mostdi letenous iiillittncc upon the
country A war of invasion tvoiihl be the tlitmi'of
continued con'.i rsatitn rt stair offe.erish xcitrmeut
would exist throughout the country general incer-
titude would pervade every ilass and discontent
would bcunivcrsal The qui stion would be asked
what is the Executive doing? lit ha all power
given lo him and immense resoutces placet) :.t his
disposition when therefore will aclite operations
commence? It would be ure-dl-is for him to respond
that these resources arc net mums that he has not a
dollar to commence operations with and that there-
fore his delegated powers arc useless The Execu
tive has indeed a show of power but he is helpless and
destitute for the want of means.
It would be in vain for him to attempt an explana-
tion in this state of embarrassment. Ecry one who
was favorable lo invasion would iiave a plmofa
campaign; and let his evcitionsaml 7e-.1l lew hat the"
might the enthusiastic never eould excuse him;aml
the n fiVctue onion of the community might find it
impossible to justify his apparent npithy. To an Executive-
officer 110 sil'iatiju cou! 1 lie i"ore unhappy
or better calculated to re inter useless all his c..l ami
exertions mthc administration o the Govirniau.t.
To my mind also this bill if ado; ltd would have
a tendency to impair the v..iui rr.J credit of cir cur-
rincv It h i b'eii fully t t d bv cxperi nee that
ofhnsivo War conduetcd bv a Nation hasalwavs 1
juejiiilici.il I'ifiut i:cc upon the- value of its stocks cau-
sing their cettaui drprtsston. Instead o( iinprovmg
our cretlit or i;iving viuuo to our curuncy. it woulii
impair the one and de preci ite the other. We stand
inthe mostviiai need of their improvement r.nda
War without mean- is not calcul itul to insiin iheai-
t immriit of the obji ct. '1 hough not in a situ ition
regularly invade .Mexico under the dircuioisof tin
Executive sustained aloi u by the patriotism of our
citi7rn lixiswill be .11 if lora eompirativel' Hi
Pin? amountto carry on :. retaliatory war or. at hal
to give- pio'ectiou to our --outh-weiierii fujiiliti.
"houldour independence not bo acknowledged by the
mediations which arc now goingon and the interfer-
ence of-pouirs which .uk iteognistd 1 ur liahpn-
denhe. by the meeting of the regular sis on f Con-
gress by which time-it mav be poss bl.. to lealisc-
some meaiiS the country will tin 11 Loin a situation rt
lerst as fd orable for cfii nsn e w r.i as it is at the pre s
It is m unfist that the Executive previotistot11.1t
tune could not realise thtse' means from the resources
placed at his d.-position bv the present aill and be a-
ble to make their. ipplicatiou to any valuable purpose.
lie is however resolved toannov and nipire the en
emy pi every wa-and with eveiy me:i that may Le
in his power.
1 he Lxccu'iv e it- authe 1 red bv the bill lo keep the
Navyat .ri To d ti. - ' ou-cdiate mean
1 s . i . - i' . di t'. i 0.11 d dollars in
nce become JidesiiOlcebjCct ef acijrisiticn -nhf - toji-hs-ptcfciter'0TT7nritw
Ov rstrmuST;j"'j cut au'Tti
md icemei.t to ctijinuistocomc and pr.e-- - r-. i'h
' occupmcy alone cik? not L w-J ( I!
eireds oi thousands rt icr..o s.i ip h ii"ri"i . . 1'
V tne gottran--it e 1-xaca..' el '1 -el in qu m
i.ifs'ii the Uniid tresala pirco not exceeding
twenty-five dollars per six hundred and forty acrts
Under these circumstances it cannot be supposed that
jnouev or means for conducting a campaign to an a-
mount that would be effective could be raised in the
Uftueu btates by the hypothecation or sale often mil-
lions of acres of land or that Texas land r-ould sell
111 market unless in such portions as veic specially
designated and surv eyed.
If we turn our eyes to Eurape the prospect certain-
ly docs not brighten. "When the depression in the
general financial system of the world was much less
than it is at this time two intelligent gentlemen were
employed as agents in traversing all Europe for tlu
pnrpose of raising five millions of dollars and au-
thorised to pledge the public f nth and all the resour-
ces and means of the government for the purpose of
making the negotiation. And although our bonds
were offered at a depreciated value after employing
three years they returned without having succeeded
in negotiating any portion of the bonds at more than
fifty cents on the dollar.
The section of the bill proposing to give to each
volunteer or drafted militia man six hundred and for-
ty acres of land would be a draw back if it did not
totally defeat the sale of the ten millions of acres in-
tended to be offered. At the expiration of six- months
service this provision would throw into the market
live thousand pieces of scrip each calling lor six nun
Mon nl thee i( i;i "oirt- IJ'rtu ajii.'io
J r s! m o' "he n !.! n ' i and the en'ire
I ! cp '. . '!( nis 1 found impossi
n 'i 'j-i' ! -. c it J ''c . . rnmeiit has no
r m- -J ru ;lt pC.r! -in. t. must elapse be-
1 ! t-"iic. s proio-(d h -i I mi! at the disposi-
tion of the Executive could be eonve Hid if ever into
means available for fitting out the Navy. The em-
ergency is instant and pressing. What can be done?
Experience teaches us that without means we can-
not maintain a war. The emigrants who have arn-
ved in the count: v came in violatioi of the expiess
rrquiritionsof the Executive as to tluir clothing and
hv tin 1. '.1 11 111 b.o individual lapacity should be
dt ! gated lu his rt prisiiitaiive but remain vested in
h 111 . srn mdi feasible right and that the representa-
tive should in vi r exercise rower the delegation of
w Inch is questionable to attempt its exercise w here it
might be luble abuse Agents arc responsible to
the people under the great constitutional charter of
thtirlibtr'y. The d-h gaud powers are defined and
expressly granted all others remain with the people
The concurrent vyill ofnll tin three departments of
the Ciovrrmcnt united could not render valid a prin-
ciple and make it binding upon the people which
was not set forth and guaranteed by the Constitution
The approval by the I'rtsiibi.t r! t"e principle set
forth by Congress would not jus'ify the exercise- on
hispirtof the extraordinary powers tendered by the
bill The citii us of the Republic regaul him a the
chief conservator of the Constitution and as such he
should ever feel it a duty incumbent upon hiuilo re-
sist every apparent encroachment upon their rights
hut net 1 r to exercise one of question ible character.
Principle isiternal and never changes men and
things do change. If it would be wrong to clothe
one individual with powers who might by their cxer
cisc bring ruin upon his country it is equally at war
with principle that a man should exercise power im
prop' rly grai.tfd though it were intended for the sal
vntion of his country.
I cannot conceive that the Constitution authorizes
any w here the powers granted 111 the second ai.d sev-
enth section of this bill ind if no other objection
than this cx.sled to the bill I would diem it insuper-
able. ThcExrcutivediily apprcciites the flattering tes-
timony of confidence which has been manifested by
the Honorable Congress in the lntegrityand patriot
ism of In- heart I !e c in 111 ver be insensible to the
approbation of his coun'rymen and when expressed
by the asM mblctl w isdom of the nation itassumes the
most imposing and grate'ul clnracter; and he is
proud to assure the honorable Congress that if every
facihtv and all the means requisite for the accomplish-
ment of a war o! invasion were at his command the
poweibby the lull granted -hottld never he exercised
bv him to the pnaidice of his country. He has been
and is cor 111 cli d w itli the building up and existence of
the Ooveinment. and no circumstance could ever in-
duce I.un to raise a arricidal arm against it. Its es
u.biishmcut its prosperity and its glory will be tin
consummation of his. happiness. The anticipation ol
its permanency will be chcikhed by every patriot
now livrig and he trusts their exenious will Le um
tie! in pcrfcciing and giving perpetuity to its free in-
stitutions No act should be clone by them w hicli
could have a ti ndency to di fiat the great object of it-
creation and prcsmt cxrs'cnce. If the Lxccntivt
were to Miirtiun the exeri'ise of powers granted to
him by the bill he would consider it an act of vv.1r.1-
gainst all his hopis and desires for itsfnturcrnd per-
manent welfare It might so happen in after turns
that great cvcitemi ii and dilhVul'Hs. might CMst in
the country and that to if nicely the existing nii-fnr-
tunes ofthi times ine-asurts might be contcmplatrd ol
an extraoidmary characti r and dangerous to liberty.
The pre -tut aet ol Congress would be brought up
rcferrul to and adopted asa prece-dent deriving.!!
thority from us antiquity and the rssociations vvnh
which it might be connected: and some individual
clothed with similar power and deriving authority
froia this example alone 111 the prosecution ofambi-
tiousand selfishi mis might exenise it in thedtstruc-
linn of the hi" rtn of lugciMintrr Thrrelore I call
never s iiution the adoption ofaprmciplc.it war will
the itmvi.'tion of my mind -the racticc rf my life
and the liberties o: inv fellow-men.
to ire by 1 xprefs under date of the l'Jlhiusl. 1 have-
so ariangid that on the 13th int. in rriscnic of thc-
ticers. of this c.-mtoiiiiKUl I have arranged that while
siilciiiuiing the birth day par.uh of his Exci Ilimy
the President the Texan piisouers thll he sworn add
set at liberty that they may riturn to the United
Stalls but under the cons deration if they bo appre-
hended .-gam with arms in their hands they shall
sulli r death. On the conclusion of this ceremony I
shall give them corresponding passpoits and shall ad-
vise the commanding general nt Vera Cru not to
impede their cmbail.ation.
Gen Jose Dubain commanding thefoitat Perote
rcporls thus on the 13th. lo the Minister of war and
In compliance with the superior order of your
Excellency of the 10th lust receive.! by express at
10 o'clock on the night of the 11th I madi such dis-
position that all the Tean prisoners 111 this fortress
were put upon their march for Xilapa. Fortv -seven
of these prisoners left escorted by a squidronof
Atlixco. Three prisoners remain in thehospitils'ck
who will Le movid forward as soon as the state of
their health permits.
?i1eico Thccommandant at the Capital w rites
to the Minister on the 1 Itli as folio ns.
Excellent Sir I have the honor to submit to i our
Exec lit iii-y a list of the Texan prisoners who by or-
der of his Evcelleiicy the President were sit at liber
ty ytsteid.iy remarking at the same tune that of the
nine w ho arc 111 the hcspita
seven iii St. Jago and the other died this morning of
the small pox.
bou one thousand men who roiiset! hy hunger and
the high price at which potatoes were selling broke
into the market and forcibly possessed themselves of
the pot lines stored there. A second attack v.as
made w Inch the police n-pelled. There was a pub-
lic meeting eonvened by the iMayorto provide for the
wants of the poor. There are two thousand in the
workhouse but double that number is outside press-
in;' for relief.
A boat laden with flour was attacked near Rathan-
ganin thecounty Kildareand an attempt was made
lo plunder it. In fact wretchedness and riot extend
all over the country. Potatoes ISd a stone (14
lbs ) and were they to be had for a penny a stone the
poor people h ive not the penny to pay for them.
John Francis for shooting at the Queen has been
triedfor high trt ason and found guilty althoug there
was no proof that the pistol which he fired was load-
ed. '-The sentence of the court" said Chief Justice
Tind il to the prisoner "is that you John Francis
be taken from hence to the placefrom whence you
came that you be drawn from thence on a hurdle to the
I.-ce of execution and that you be hanged by the neck
until von be dt ad and that your head be after wards
severed from your Lody &"that your body be divided
into foil r epi rters to be disposed of in such manneras to
her M ijsty shall seem fit ai.d the Lord have mercy
on your onl "
The .Muscat ship of war the Sultana had arrived
at Lonlon from Zanzibar bringing an Ambasador
lirnm till; Suit in to the Ff"1"''1 Vi.i't .
LATEST F1IO.M MEXICO.
The schooner Lauri Vugmii arrived yrverdiy
from Tampico She brought papers to the IDih ulti-
mo and letters to the 21th
The most important news received by her. i the
release ofthc Santa Fe prisoners of which we spc-ik
else-vhcre. Thi constituent Con.'resS of Mi xieo op
ened on the IU1I1 of June The Courier g.vest'ic
lollouing extracts from bau'.a Anna'o speech. deliver-
ed on the o'-c tsion l'r
'In America parnciil irly the m iss (of the-p:o-ple)
have receivid n impulse tint it may he proper
and possille to gtutl--. bat nnposs.hle to "check be
cause its tendency is to create and improve The in-
stituttopsof 1S2 1 had placed the nation in .111 extreme
to that from which it was drive 11 in 1!G The se-
ductive example of felicity up to th it tune alwrys on
the-increase in the Uiii'kI Stitcs of Aim-nci. lid us
to thecoinproinising adoption of a svsti m of "overn-
icnt. tliat suitid only th.it sitiguhr people Tnuu
siippIiisofprovMon. They did i.ol bring with them
the means nrcrssary to iiitir subststtni'e tor even a
shorl time. 1 here have not been public means to
sustain them. Piivale resouteesare now exhausted
liberality is worn down; and if the fciv who arc
now here cannot be sustained forthe want of public
ipeans how could tbe-Exrcunve call for. receiveat.d
supportau emigration of five thousand.
If contributions were liberally made throughout
the Republic a considerable time must elapse before
they could be converted into available (minis such
means as would enable the Executive to organize and
march an army. It could not be done at laast ante-
rior to the meeting ofthe next regular session of Con-
gress. Then it would seem that this bill would ifap-
proicd. only sanction expectation agitate the com-
munity and awaken a new ferment without producing
any effect beneficial orsa'isfactory tothc country.
To invite an army of five thousand volunteers into
service without means lo subsist them would be pro-
ductive of incalculable injury to the nation. I would
not adventure anything fraught with so much peril
drcdand forty acres w hich -vould amount in the ai- t0 mJ' country. The experience of seven years is be
grcgate to upwards qf three millions; and for twelve
months to near six millions and a half of acres. The
certain prospect of purchasing these for a mere trifle
would induce those who wish to speculate in Texas
lands to husband their inean; as they could render
eiicm inoio avaiicole oy speculating upon discharged
soldiers than they could by purchasing lands ol the
Executive under the provisions ofthe bill. To hy
pothecate the ten millious of acres placed atthedispo-
suion 01 tne executive without other guarantees lor
the final payment of the money obtained would by
the Executive be deemed impossible to any useful ex-
tent; nor would it be more probable that any sale
could be effected of lands which could not be identifi-
ed: and the location of which if everlocated. must be
at the expense trouble and risk ofthe purchasers. If
it were possible to eriect either of these objects it
would require m&Uis for its eflectation. The Exec
utive has not one dollar. The Congress has annro
priated already an amount greater than the whole
circulalmg mediaujauthomed by law in the Repub-
lic. Jt would he necessary to have means even for
an attempt at the accomplishment prthe object ofthe
hill. To employ agents to receive subscriptions or
coniriDutiona in ineimerent counties ofthc Republic
An. nil. Sam v Fl Piumim.ks. Rn.rAsnr 1-
is with fei lings of the liveliest phasure that we an
nouiice tin-release of the prisoners of the untoward
Santa Fe expedition. This will bring joy to the bo-
Isoms of tin ir frirrd indeed it will be gratifying
! to every friend of humanity Thencwscamcthrough
the medium of a private letter to a gentleman in this
cay; it is (lomasouu-e that pl.-icsits truth and au-
tlieiitic.iy beyond dun! t
The huuilrids of letters which We have received
since our return from Mexico frcm the parents bro-
thers and friends of tin so men are proofs of the inter-
est and anxiety which were (ell for the ir fate.
The news of their ulryse will be hailed both m
Ti xasand this country with general joy and gratu-
htion. Here is the I'tnc' ofthe letter in question which
we have been politely permitted to publish: Pic.
Ton-ico. June 2 lth. ISI'2.
'- I have only tiulc to advise tint on the 13th hist.
Santa Anni released rthc Texan prisoners.
' My information is iiudoiihtid as it comes from
our minister the Hon. Waddy Thompson who will
send them all home by the fiist man of war that may
arrive at Vera Cruz."
THE TEXIAN PRISONERS.
It woud have been too laborious a task for us to
have answ end by letter the numerous communica
tions vc havobecn lccciiing for a long time past
Irom anxious itlativcsoftlicp-isonersin Mexico He
nave hastened to publish all news of them as fast as
ordination and discinlineare not maintnineil. an arm
ed force is more dangerous to the security of citizens
anu uic iioenies o: a country than all the external
enemies that could invade its"rihts
Then il we are not in a situ ition to receive a force
olthisdcicnrlion or sound policy should forbid the
experiment the qnestion would arise from whence
could the Executive derive arfarmy for the purposes
of invasion ?
His opinion is that he has not the power even
with the sanction of Congress to comne-1 the service
ofthe militia out ofthe Republic. y
Thus Congress has not nlaccd tlid means for no
offensive war within his control and he w ill not af-
fect to assume n responsibility in the discharge of a-
ny trust which he deems impracticable or subject
his country t inevitable ois-astprsrand altera fruitless
ih.l a I ! .. .IJ - . A n r - a' L.BHh i -. J.? df 1 l.
auu ciscwuerc wouia require some advance to Jjo i'i'"ujt h m a ccnuuion more 10 oe ucpior-
madetothem. If men arc willing to givetheir time ctnan 'nits present circumstances
10 the country they wcoldfind ityery onerous toad- These reasors arc to the raind ofthc Executive
entirely sulhcient tojuslifvrtheiiitorposilion of his ve-
to; but another cbJciTonabla"featiirc. 'et remains to
bo noticed. The hill proposes to invest and clothe
fore me and in its face 1 could not sanction the mea-
iurc ;v hen I have not the means of employing those
who might come in instant sen ice. rii-ntofnrpn
few haveassumed the right of dictating to the Execu- received and now with intense satisfaction we give
tiveand if five thousand were assembled; they wouldi the follow inc lit nfi'ieuisn t Loatr n luitJ and has-
IM'I rnn lift Pnr ID tin ip Vinrvln-r .. ..l nA.. A 7Tt . Itrninrr r inin timir Vinm-1 nnnn n. n.
ww- w......v tl me JIUIUUCJ a UIIU 1 1J I " . iUlUll
ly the Executive but the nation would he at their mer
cy; for it is an established maxim in wr. that if sub
conilmt.il n- w is the error we imagined tint the- Uni-
ted Statis owed their prosperity to their institutions
and not to the ch.'i-acti r of tai ir people.
"We imagined that bvwiitingdown for ourselves
the 1 1:110 laws and by adopting" the same forms w o
conk! cfliruatt- a complete revolution in the 1 ibits
and custom- and national spirit ofthe Mexicans ni
hility and disunion w re the conarqitCi.ee s bica:i-
ihe action of the government ever proud a nul.itv
Events hive plainly indicant! the risks tin- rnii..----ran
and shou td that its independence .ir
asa nation was threatened. A rollossus-
foot or. Ti xas nor can its advance be chi
an energetic gov ernmrnt one and indiv is:
" The Mexican Republic has proudly
flum ils lattr prcstrntt; postllOtl. Tile St
number: of thearmy have been trebled . -.
ors ofthe- nation are about to b" uufiirltti
it? ships of war. R forms an 1 improvei 1
adoptid in our rcvi nuc sj-strm and care .
ken to make the Mexican people s! arers .
' resslhat distinguishes the age.
"The most frank and cordiil re latiens have been
sustained with the powers fiimillv to Mexico Should
ltnppcar that any nation has invalid our rights or
praelL-ally violaleiltb.it good fu:h" of which we have
set an 1 x.anirl.- it will b- found that mv governm-'nt
as acted wtha dignity becoi-iing the country over
"My .ittririon h is been principally fixed on the
territory of Texas which has bem usurped but as a
pielimmary to further usurpations The struggle-
now going on must ben vitil one foi the Mexican re-
publicahd if we wish to pnservcan l.onoraLle name
among civilised rations it is nccess iry that we should
emp'oy all our energies and resourci's in combatting
wilhuitt erasing and at o:.y sacrifiee-and at all haz-
ards until our arms and our pretensions shall tri-
Loul Congleton be'ti-r known as Sir Henry Par-
one is in St Laarus ! iiell.comittetl suicide on the bill of June-
Three small steamships h ive been built in Eng-
land at the expense ofthe Pope to navigate ihcTi-
The American Ministar. Mr Everett was present
at the- Quoin's diawiug room on the ICth June.
Knotvlcs'neiv play hasLee-n pioduced at the Hay-
markit mi'l met with triumphant success.
Up to the 31st of .May tlie amount of contributions
for ti.e sufferers at Hamburg wasaboutl 913000.
The Prince Royal of Hanover is about to be mar-
ried Thenrme of his afilinctd wife the Princess
Alt-xai.dria Maria Wilhelmina Catharine Charlotte.
Theresa Henrietta Louisa Paulina Elizabeth Fred-
erica Gcorgma ofSaxe Alttnb'irg (farmcrly Hilbo-
The rowdy Marquis of Waterford has committed
matrimony and giveiiup tuistin r oir brass door rap-
pers an J all that intelkctu il"and aristocratic knid-vf
The American missionaries in Pales'ine arc not
very vvell trcatid.
Cii:cvs--ia The Rusiangovcrnment is about to semi
an army to Cncassia of such power and numbers as
must reduce the natives to subjection.
China There his been no further fighting in
China no hostile movement yet by the British to-
wards Canton The British pli nipotentiary has iss-
ued .1 proclamation. LV this it isdtclared that Hong-
kong and Chiiskan will remain 11 tin-possession of
fcaigl in.! nil allourdeiiir.irfsare-complied withbylhc
Emperor; and that the v shtll be colisid-rctl'frre
ports rqinliy opin to ti
..It r.. . -
' v irt '
. 1 1 1 1 1 p rir
I- ' .
x-ancc money for such a. privilege- The assurance
n Tccurs mat tne government has not one rpr.t in
! thenij or means out of which the Exccutive-j
romise remuneration. Are means nceesarv
ont the noweis with w hkh the Executive is
K2. A II tniitt iilmil tlm iriAM n T L-
iui. uuiuu tii.11 ii:y u;u. uvea lie
v 1 The answer i lhalJicJias none he
theExecutivo with extraordinary ponersanddiscrc
Hon which to Jifs mind jorescnt important objoctioliT
ins a principle in aMWQll regulated KcpublSl
jocrnmenisiuat no prnver wlucji.cin be cxet
tcning to join their friends once moru
Coirnus-ionirs- Col Mm. G. CikL and Dr. Ukli-ird I.
Brinliain; Canlaiii J. S. Sutton Tlitotlore Sevej adjutant;
Ira Miinnii Jolai W. Ilarn. I.. II. Broun lieutenant; C.
J. Barqnes; 3irscen J. A. AVIutakir; cim mKrv H. I..
Gruh; Quarter Mrs'or Valcntu.c Beimelt; Musician-. A.
I Kendall M'. II. Scant; Soldier- W.W. Al-buryJ. Al-cxPidt-r.J
SI. Adam. J. 31 nijar L. Dutlcr r.KickTonl
J Alcl.aui.lian II. A Al'en J. Uedlen Levi Payne George-r.-mliell
neorrc Rarnartl. S. P. Hunter. I.. C. Blake. J.L.
Mabry AI. 1) Ercdy J. SI. Allen John M. Miller A. Mory
ll.Clcuiberlain John Cuinininyii G.D. Miller L. JtrtKiiit
L5. AVaiL- J !.. Malkcr B. N. Gihnorc (jeorgc Urovcr J.
IliiSho Thos i: Jcnlo P. ScarLorun;li Charles M'lutc D.
WhiicAVni Stcsce J Wsrd John Tal!. J. 11 Hcsen.F.
Itudse J. Hudson H A. Kuykerdall Jt tin Mnrjin Wm.
i:ose-nl.rrvA 15.iki-r i:. Kellet Ilouigui P. I.iddv L.I'rc-
iran I. ICalfli.J. V Kerlon P. Munlij M C.imiiticll. T.
D. Coylc P. L.K .IlJuhiiP. Uan-ii.c: KIanTlio.
M I'uiit. C. M.-nli J llavnl. I!-r-lincr. I! Loeklinrt.J
C. Ihc- P. S. M'ar.1 P. Ncuimn U. N. Giii n F. K. IV r-k-ns
S G. Te-1K 1Z Hall H. Itbckwell G. Ajrc.W J
Pell Ilriflifii A. C Hti'ler.J. Nornnn- Il Pndir.J.
S. FilunnXi:. Strrud. "r. Yoiin?. 3 McGuirc. B. It. Hcin-
in?JoliintroiuS S. Tlimia li. Coltcll J. Cnshcilind
J. PratCM'm Ko ler 11 McDoiuIJ C. Itullard Jas. Boyd
1.. ivoouiii cieo & .a.uenms li . 1 imicr a.JemiMin
J Gi-nSlriid. K I lurr.AV. Moiln; 1 II)
In gMMHiMVj. rrUilmoiir N. C-
llud-an.Hrnordi-r V. Connlcii
M e nluBbelowlhcoliietjl docuinc. U 111 relatioi: to t!ic
TffBTnwo 'Va-e.uez eomminJinslliero J of x.il-!?.
il'Uflo tin Miiii-ter of War and MariuMil.. 2 (
I lime: j "
In compliance with vour Dxcellciny's cii..r. sent
LATEST FROM ENGLAND.
The steamship Caledonia arrived at Boston on the
morning of the jth instant. She It ft Liverpool on
the- 10th of June-. The mail of yesterday furnished
us with the English news which she brought out.
Tun Cotton Mum:t Always regarding the
rate ofthc- market of our staple commodity as first in
order of impoilaucc to leaders in this meridian we
give it precedence of all other items. In the present
instance we regret to say the news is far from bcinr
Th .cir rr at Lm ' forthe week cp liar t'lt-
17thof June wi IToltg- ales 2i'-0 -t"nvig
whicl w-rc Ifis i Man '- .1 1 1 21' n -. . m'
do. o a 7 I li SCO Upland 3 4 .1 C I ! 7.r ' ".
Orlea.. 3 7 e- 1 7 3 S 5 1 10 Alabama vx.i- a 1
J-S- '"io Cgv J t.an G "J a 0- 20 10 Mad-as and Su-
rat 3 I S .1 1 11 i
. Trr r. the mani.nicttjriiir.irstr."ctse.onii?iiirf?nll vour ini
a -ti w rnii- 13 n r
- It 11 n.t-l In I. It
' .' 'J1" " ' ' '"
'..i 'i i-ri-
' i' 1 111 I - -i:
' Ij 1 " .
ft j . - i i
t!iiit.iiiiu ciiiiiznec has fillen with it rtgimerlie)f
sepojs Col Palmer their coiniiiinilor his bctn
forced to cipitulatt- Gen. N"it.at Candali ir. had hith-
erto gallantly resi:iid all attacks a d defeated tho
plans ofthe insurgi nts
Butthrse. in turn had successfully blocked up the
passes brtwi en Cauda ha r. and Schrli an'l Gen. Eng-
land who endravorrdto force these pa-s"s Trasoblirr-
ed to retreat with loss upon Quettah Pic.
Mvurivoe Habit and long life together aio
moie necrssiry to hippmess and ev.-n tolove than
is generally imagined No one is hippy with the
o!ject of his attachment until he has passeJ :nauy
days and above all many days of misfortune with
her The married pair must knew e.-ich mhnr tn tUo
bottom of their sou!;- the my3-erious-nrH-iUiL- I
w...... ... ..... siuust'5 111 int? nriimrtii f-htiTv-i.
mustberais-! in i's inmost folds how closely soever
it may be kent drawn to the rest ofthe world. What'
on account of a fit of ciprice or a burst of pssion.
am I to he exposed to the f.ar of losing my wife ami
my children and to renounce the hope ofpassinrnjy
declining d.is w ith them' Let no one imaginethat
ftar w il. make me a better husband No; we do not
attach ourselves to a pdssssion of which wo ore not
secure; w e do not lov c property which w c are in dan-
ger of losing.
" tt'e 11 rt dt e to Hymen the. uinTsof t Mn
n. n ike a s i.-n d reniitv .- 1 :;g plnntom uno
.i. r 15 su'heunt to destroy your Inppin.ss in such
.r ii-itntunion you will coflstrn-ly compare orc.!
am her the- vvift' ynu have lost to the one yon have
gamed and .to n-t I.iiv . sJr ihe kilnrcc
wi I always mcli-if t0 the pa t fi'r o GtJ hfia ccn-
itrnctea the human heart T!n dsfaction of 11 sen -
iiuitu. waicii snouid tt- ir. Iiiisu I- will empotc-n all
um 5nj cnre
pr new intent you
vur ui to vour bo-
... n r .. t .. .-.1 . -.. f
env 7 ii iii- tn tiii: iiLtK i-iiiinti' lift i.m' . M(.n vinir npn rr n h: iii .... i. 1
e ad le.nGribalr. v3 3 8?0 ?Or'Z EveV. f 7 Z "1 ".'1 . i'L" .S"7S ROt "? h'L
G2a..flG0 Mob.o70n7S M5' V Had I haPpywheu he s 'd .v led rd Z XS
ahJ di pri sseil
ii ' '.- - -. u si.ii ii-pKs inci'i-saritiT 10 con
"nt". 1 (cn'mti't mtn nni n.v .1... . .1 . .
Ir.ii.AN-n-The.no-tstrikii.gfe-aturc.nthenc-vsifuture. ""' '"M- .e preset x una the
orou-jiii.' v I III C-aieiiOllU IS I ii tlr-.titnti i-nni fl .in ff
lhemainrfwe'.'ring'clasia England nn.tth.. r.i
state efs''rv7itiem 'n v. in -U the people ct Ireland are
placee1 a state w hich has inaddened them into a-ts
of otifa-c plunder and thrown tiio comry into what
may be called a civil war. Alarming riots which
hive icsulicd in falai coas-cque-nccs have taken place
in several towns in the south and wen of Ireland
Sev .al t'loiisaiid iersons !ittackiI n fi-..... mr.
near Ji.n:i . m e county CI in- A party of he po-
lice w n alltd out to ill i"r-e tliPiu wheua ceiillict
cnsilei' in wlnJi v-oi.-.-ii t ih. rteojdr- v -r.- daiiuer-
ously vo'iiiN-!" md many of 'htiii' killed.
In C ' av vr nesmine . hiisimilnr K-. .. i.
acted fl. lAhlioii.-oto ftha 'own were rar-
mlivi hi crt.ir.1 iL.. . ! r . .'
... r .- . .Usiwi 01 11 -il w-omeli .13d ljs
hey I rol e into ai.d robbed every sto.e which wai
known -o -ontain potatoes The military and police
wercc-ll.dout to dispcw them bi-l (ho mob drove
Mem irto their ii-snectiv.' b.itrack...
In C-ark (ciiv)ihni-s wircin lhes.iinc ta
" The wife of a Christian is not a sunpL- Mortal
she 13 a mysterious nnrrlm Iwinn .!. fl. -I. r.e
. .- . - i "-"i nit' iii.11 ui tj;t:
n 1 ; 11 . """' "- "-1 ' '- russo-ai as
well as hw body are incomplet- without hi wife ha
has strength ho ha bem-tv; ho cnb It lh . cn. .
and I ibori .1 .he h- Ids hut he un lerstands i.elhtnrwf
iiomeslic 11. his compin-oii isawaiunrrio prtparo
hi repast mid stveeieu bis existence. He has his
croc and herrartn-r of his couch'is therein nfin
them his days iflnj he id and troubled but in the.
chaste nru. caViiswita " d3 com'ert acl reposex
Witfioui wjmafc na" -ould be rude gross and oIi
nty IVoiiwu pre ins tmvintl him ihe iJ5j6of
existence ast is? -'eepers otthelorestb vh:c
rate h- irunfe-' of tlieslutdy oalts wjth their Fv
ed nrlrind & Finally the Christian mir. Vl
die unit il iK-thcr thev rear the Irmtsofj'11 p '
?ru Inv- cillt !? i.t tltnTrat. fc H
i.nUtsof ihe lo'iih. Ckaica-V
in the di.
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De Morse, Charles. The Northern Standard. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 1, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 20, 1842, newspaper, August 20, 1842; Clarksville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80452/m1/2/: accessed October 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.