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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 March 1847

. lA.-jjillZ-i -f.. '-HaV..' Americans would oppcar la liavo had a much easier Ticlory than prcrious accounts had leu us to sup pose. They took a howitzer mid three other pieces. On the 27jh, the Americans took possession of El Passo with C90 cavalry and 400 infantry, accord ing to iIiq Mexican account. There is no mention of thoir having adtanccd upon the city of Chihua li u a. .Mouth or the Itio (IiiA.snr., Feb. 4. Wc liaic received further intelligence rcjpcetiiiff the fate of Lieut. I.itchio It seems thnt the ten dra- froons reached Victoria in safely, Lut there is no onger any doubt about the death of the valuable young officer. The party halted at stouit on the road, and l.ieut. Ililclue lelt the men for a few mo ments to go with a guide and proeuro forage for the horses. They had proceeded but it short dis tance when a Mexican came dashing up on horse back, threw a lasso suddenly over Hitchic'a neck, onu uraggcil Him, lull speed, across a held, and then inuracrau anu stripped...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 4 March 1847

Cheap Hoofs for Iliiiltlings. Ilia frequently necessary to construct out buil dings, sheds, &.C., of a cheap character for tempora ry use, but which arc, nevertheless, required to be well protected from the weather. The following simple and expeditious method of roofing out houses and other similar structures, may, therefore, bo of service to some ol our readers. 1 he rollers arc to bo four inches deep and two and a half thick ; the cov ering to be of boards 3-4 of nn inch, straight edged, and securely nailed to prevent warping. Over this place R course of common attesting paper, such as is ordinarily used under the copper eliciting of ves sels, and moke it fast by small nails. Then apply n composition made oftho following ii'grcdicuts, viz : eight gallons ofcominon tar, two of Koman cement, three pounds of tallow, and fire of rosin. These ingredients should be well boiled and applied when ho'. Care should bo taken that the compo sition be spread as evenly as possible, and corcr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 March 1847

51 JFamilii Newspaper, Pcuotc D to Politics, )omc nbnstrrj, News, Slcjriai Ituvc nno (general 3nte lligcncc. TOJL.UME XIII. BR ATTIiEBORO, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1847. NUMBER 29. PUBLISHED EVERY T II U IIS DA T BY TO 13. ItYTIIEII. OFFICE .o. 2 WHEELER'S STOXE BCllDIJB. Frotn (As Batten Trtttller. Give me three grains of Corn, Mother. IT MRS. A.M. KDMOIS. (The abo.e words were lb. Uii reqoeit of Irish lad urtil. mollwr, u b wasdinf frost itiMition. She found lhlc gilioi Tirxs. To tingle sobveriberv, S'iW ayeir To Cm' piniei, and to inwe wno pay in euranee, a iiwrai auwouni lB , ,. orhi, dielei utmi them to him. It rill tii) tnHs. I.itt - a s - . a. i - s r - " - i in suie nu i uie wwna iiout wtre raruaiRr iroiu unuci Give me three grainf of corn, toother, Business Cards. G. W. STONE'S D.lGUEItREOXVPE liOO.HS, SO. 2 GRAXITE nOH', DIIATTLEDORO. .Vilialurei laien in any weather, and id in Cases, Lockets, Pint, Uracclets and Rings, in a 53) Superior Style. XI. SrAIiDING, xa. D.. SURGEON DE...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 March 1847

TWEXTY-MXTH CONGRKSS. Tho Senate took a tcccts from 4 lo 0 o'clock. After llio recess, Mr Pearce of Mil. addressed IheScnato in opposition lo tho Three Million Bill, in any and every shape. . Mr Dix ofN. Y. followed, who said lio should, under his Instruction, voto Tor the hill, with tho proviso prohibiting slavery in new territory, which he intimated was to ho olTercd, or uithout the pro- ""Mr J'oliqson ofl.ouisiana, Mr Duller of S. C. and Mr Colcpiill of Georgia, followed, and spoko warm ly against any prohibition of slavery in territory to lilt nrnnirpil. Mr Dayton of N. J. defended the right of the general government 10 pronimi sinrer m new ritnrv. It is now 7 o'clock, and the Scnalo is still in ration. 10 o'clock Mr Wcslc'oit of Florida is now speaking, and the voto will probably to taken to' nirrlit. lull tint fur nn hour or two vet House. Trie House concurred with tho Senate in tho amendments to tho bill increasing tho ilia' rinn Corns. The bill from the Senate lor tho relief...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 March 1847

VERMONT PHOENIX, Supremo Court... .License Question Decided. ...... u,!.!,,, uritrA ar-ueil neiore ri . ........ - r II (J l.., irm .m, ......1.1, r, liircim VUuria ore - , . uly ciUbl'uhed Hut Uie se vir.il blsles inr the right to ... j ...,.i.r..t... tit nn. it, ..iinn.l:,. nf ,,..ml,-r. immediate v alter dehve nntf tlie decision in lint The Wilmot Proviso. The North lui been strain bclrsycd by In own recreant i, and tin Three Million Hill haa become law wiiiioul Wilniot Provieo attached. In tho Senile, the Tote hnnrnn and Ur chl 01 maiana. nna tirccse 01 Illinois . IIT. . .1 .11 ....n.l.n.l (hut lt,n P.n.l.ft til L--t. i - .U- tl.....n tnw tl f.nKiirranna -nit ih-n ram- em Uairlk ii"w -" .,............ , hi "till oi nil, iiiueu iiiiic niu.iiunru ii. iiiuvtu Hat let not the IrieniU ol irecdora oe aiaiieaneneu oy uui .-nl&livea or tne people may dc oriut-u or uiitch w uvu-T the irUBl WniCn la Spuieu m .............. sill ntrer recede from the position they hare .alien, ine grea...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 11 March 1847

.nVililiji' i iim ) From the Courricr ci Etatt Unit. Truth Stranger than Fiction. A remarkable lawsuit directed against Iho curato of parish in (lie Asturias, has lea to tha realiza tion of the most romanlic ftclion,aml, being Inter spread with many collections of anecdotes, Luce do Lancival has composed from it an heroic produc tion entitled Le CAartVetir, (The Carthusian Friar ) Whilst Spain still possessed some colonics upon the American continent, a young man newly married, not luring succeeded in his business, was obliged to leave his wife in avlllago near Artorga, and go to seek his fortune in the new world. The suc cessive revolutions of this country far from achiev ing his ruin, were, on the contrary favorablo to him. Ho found himself soon in a condition to end $500 to his wife.by means of the curato of his church, whom ho reccommcndcd not to give it to her all at once for fear slio would spend so large a um loo soon. The curate so well observed this ndvico that he pretended...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 March 1847

Ser taut 8t 1 h & jTmntlji Newspaper, jQDcuotc i la talUtrs, Qomc Juimntqi, Nctos, .SVgvicn Itnw anti (fibmttai 3ntc licence VOLUME XIII. BR ATTMBOKO, TIIUIISIJAY, MARCH 18, 184T. NUMBER 30 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY WM, E. UYTHEK. OPPICEXo. 2 WHEELER'S STONE BUILDIXU. Tirms. To ingle Bobicriben, $'4,00 jear To Com. paniei, and to thoie who ptj in adraace, a liberal diKounl will be made. which mercor, antimony, arKRic, copper, and other poit nou mineral, of like character, hat no ntaca, In hi (jreat Mrdicil Work he iaji, I hate tpared neither paioa nor eipense to acquire a know led jja of tlio practice of the most noted rhfticlana. retiininir from each retry thing tckieh I have proted by experience to h useful. I hare' not lltooglil i oeueath me to conrertd with root and Indian doe 1 tors, and anr other peraoni who hare nrofrned to Dottcii I anj valuibte remedy, or any linprovrd method of treating thieaie. The tiinU aod laggeslfonc or eiperienced to or and female practitionera ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 March 1847

VS Capture of jlnjsrs Gaines ami Borland. Tho following (9 1 mora minuta account than li i jel keen published or the surprise and capluro of Majors Gaines and norland, with their respect ire detachments ; Camp Ban Juan be Owen Vista, ) I (Ficc miles from. Satiitlo, Matto,) Jn. 25, 1847. ) Editors PkayuneMn accounts of the cap ture of Majors Gaines end Holland, and the detach ments under their commands will doubtless ho sent to the United Slates some of them discreditable to the officers in captivity, as the Mexican tcriion nf the story which reached us represented them all to hare been taken asleep, without having their sentinels posted. I know all tho officers who hate been captured, and without disparagement to their brother officers, I may say confidently, their superiors are not to be found in the regiment to which they belong. The name may be safely said of the men with them, as titer were all nicked men. Officers and men will ilcsiro that they ill be fairly represented in the ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 March 1847

From th Washington (Jo ion. The Tost Office Dqiartmcnt We hsstrn to lav before oar readers the new rcgu Von Me .V. O. Picayune of March il . ,Thk Ki-.MOittU) Batt(.e. Soirie feeling lias been excited )n the city uy Ine reports winch have rench- ,t . c ' '"7" "'7"' ' cd l,tro from Tainp co, lb an action had been Isllons which have been adopted by the Postmaster . . s.l.ili, . ,;,. ,,n r.rr,., ,.f fieneral General, under the law passed at the close ol the last session or Congress. They embrace a vaiiely of new and interesting .provl.hins, which ought to he thor oughly understood by the ieoile themselves, as well as by nil the postma.ler. The attention oflhlilasl and Imporlsnt class of officers, throughout the coun try, Is specially invited in them. Regulations of the Post Office Department for Ihe fought near Sallillo, between the forces of General 1 aylor and Santa Anna. The rumor obtained currency nnd even credence at Tampico, but is no doubt unfounded. We published tcslcrdajr u tel...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 18 March 1847

The Tall Gentleman's Apology. Upbtsid me not ) I never iwore Ktrrnal lot e to thee, i For thou att only Tour feel lilgli, ' And 1 em ! feet three ', 1 wonder, dear, liow 70a supposed That 1 could look 10 low, There'! many one cin tie a knot, Who csnnol fix a beta. ' r Besides you mmt eonfen mj love, The bargain! scarcely fair, '' For never could e make a match, J ' Allho we made a pair j Marriage, 1 know, make! one of two, But here'i the horrid bore, My friende declare, if you are one, That 1 it leait, am four. 'Tie true, the moraliiti hare aald, That love haa got no eyea, But why ahould allmyalghabe heaved For one who hai no lixe I And nn our wedding-day, I'm aure I'd leave you la the lurch ; For you never eaw 1 eteeple, dear, In the iniide or church. 'Tie uaoat for the wife to take tier huiband by the arm, But pray excuae me ahould I hint A aortof fond alarm, That when I offered you my arm, That happineaa to beg, Your higheat effort, dear, would be, To take tne by the leg. ; Then ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 March 1847

mImi ""I ''i'mmmmfmmmmm0trmmt iwmmwi'V ii, i . ,.Jti n f , v. V. , i,..'S, v,,, .,.,"., xtO s . .t . . iK' J" .,Mlk . "j" ."-en .it' I ! Sm J '! " - i -. .fill' ' - ' ,1 - ' i . Hi' -its -n 1 -ft v . i - a' 'V it f. s 21 iTnmilii Ncwspapcu, EUcuotc b to Politics, iijomc Snbnsivji, News, C&cjrici. Unvc ana (6cncial nic lligcncc. VOLUME XIII. KK ATTL.EORO,TIIURSDAlf,MAROII 25, 8847. NUMBER 31. Ucrmont ffSfe J Jill On the Death or Mr It. Hillings. Bear II gcniW awnj. To mingle will, tljjr, ' ' The remnant of III m tint we loffd ; Ills spirit hi gone ' Tu h'i long waugUX home, To inmsioni in lieiten above. Will on artUCa Innd, ' t AnJ a high soaring mind, Jjiviih noturo had gifled him well; Hut hit (alenU bright Were checked in their flight, While Death on him rivets hit spell. Though noble and good, The pale conqueror stood, E'en anxious to pluck such a priiej And then hand in hand, They left for that land That's far, far away in thti aklcs. A mother's pnre untie lleamed Iron) heav...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 March 1847

ITT: IT'.T'Jiiwip'ijiwi'iiiriiiiMi hi hi in i i i ii ii i i Very J.nto from Mexico. liilnrn of Atocha hit reception in Mexico Midshipman llogers sent to 1'crole arrival of Volunteer at Anton Lixardo mart of Sun' ta Anna anil hit plans Inter from Chihuahua further of the llatlle of lirazlto, $t. v,v. By the arrival of the V. S. revenue culler For. ward, Capt. Nones, a large mail was yesterday re ceired from Anion Lizardo. 'Our own tellers come 1 ilown to the 23th of February, on vhicli day a norther prevailed which prevented the Forward from leaving before, the 2d of March instant. Tho information which follows wo dcrirc exclusively from our letters and papers. It appears thai Scnor Amelia, whoso arrival at Vera Cruz, with despatches, was announced yes terday, went over there on the Forward from this city direct. Ho reached there on I lie Dili ull., and proceeded immediately lo Mexico. lie returned from the capital on the Slilh ull., and repaired again immediately on board the Forwar...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 March 1847

lLiiil&yzmikz, ;4aagi3 .''ji-g, JVimi.nc X O. Pit. of March 14. The Latest from the Sent of M'nr. Arriral of Ihe Arhpc The Latest .iiilintlir Ac counts from Urn. Taylor The summons of San. ta Anna unit llrply of (tin. Tatlor I.uttil DespaUkeS from Stontirrg I'urtijicalions of Los Mucrtos Abandonment of Cerratro Of. cupalion of Marin, Mi'cr, itr., by the Mexicans Contra liclion of Mr.Culloiirh' s Capture, etc. etc. 1'hc If. S. schooner Arispc, Capl. West, arrived in port tcstcrday nficrimoli from llic mouth of the Uio ti'rnmle, having sailed thence nil the (ill) insl. l)r J arris, of tlio If. S. Army, came passenger uu her. llo is the hearer of despatches from Col. Curtis, in command at Camargo, to the Gorcrmnciit at Washington, Dr Jams left Camargo on tho 'Jd insl. There had heen nothing rccchctl there fioul fieri. Taylor in several days. The rumors which prevailed were brought through by Mexicans, mil were of the most contradictory character. To enable us to dis tinguish what i...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 25 March 1847

WW"' The Dloqiicncc of Patrick Henry. Unquestionably Patrick Henry was tlie most elo quent rpenker of modern times if notof nil times. The following narrative from tlie Baptist Register, gif cs a fine illustration of liis powers and the effects lie produced upon the minds of .those who heard him. It appears that soon after Henry's noted ease of 'tobacco and preserves,' aa It was sometimes called, he heard a case of oppression fur conscience's sake. Tho English church having been established by law in Virginia, became, as all establishments arc uont to do, exceedingly intolerant tonardt other sects. In prosecution of this system of con lersalion, three liipint clergymen had been in dicted at I'Vedericksburgh, lor preaching the gos pel of the soil of God, contrary tolhe atatuie. ilenry, hearjng of this, rode some fifty miles to vol ii i tccnhis services in the defence- or the oppres sed. He entered tho court, being iir.kiiowii to all savo the Bench and bar, while the indictment was be...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 April 1847

' f fit. ' Tt ?' i? s ' . I. Iwmtfiii fait S ,1 . 1 1 f 21 Family Newspaper, EDcuotc b ta Politics, 'fjomc Subusivj), Ncum, SVcjrin. Itnrc ani (General intelligence. VOIAJMEJOH. Btt ATTLEBOUO, TPHURSDAY, APJUt. 1, 1847. NUMBER 32. PUBLISHED E V CRY TIIUflSDAY BT TO. E. KYTIirit. OFFICE Xa. I WHEELER'S 8T0XE BCILDIXI). Terms. To tingle luWribtn, $,00 a year. To Com paoies, and to thow who pay in advaoce, a liberal div-ounl will be mad. rVom Schlatter' t Letters. A London Brewery. I intended to hire written to-day a brief descrip. lion of my visit to the Colosseum and the wax works of Madam Tussaud, but I hare concluded to change my ground, and giro you an account ofavisitl made the other day to the great Drewery of Messrs Barclay ic Perkins, which is perhaps, after all, mis of the greatest wonders of London. This Brewery is situated on what is called the Surrey side of the Thames, about fire miles walk from Lon don Bridge. I hare been with a friend down to St. Cath erine'! docks, to ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 April 1847

to your lines, mid challenged you to fight singly or otherwise, 1 myself heard (lie alarm with which the soldiers cried, "Hero comes I'reslon again I''; 'lie well knew no one would accept his challenge, bo hia braiado cost him nothing,' 'Go meet liim when he comes again, anil, tee whether ho meant it Tor bravadol' marled Kalo i nnd then remembering tho enthusiasm into which the had teen hurried, she colored, end-resumed her work in tome embarrassment. Major Lindsay stifled a momentary exeoralion un lits American rival, for he began toifcar, from the spirit which Rate had-thown, that the chWalrie ex plnita of dpt. PresiowKvere making a decided im. prcssiort on her hearl. The desperate daring which lhe rebel officer had shown wilhin the last Tew days, Major -Lindsay hail attributed, .in Ids own mind, lo n desire onihe part or Preston to dazzle his mis tress; hut Kate's behavior towards himself had been bo flattering, in comparison with that bestowed on others, thai, until this moment,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 April 1847

it jou t Mother is dead 1" nnd there, fearful reali ty, was the daughter, a akclclon hcraelf, crouched and crying over the lifeless body of her mother, which was on the floor, cramped up as the had died, with her rags and her cloak ahout her, bjr the aide of a few embers of po.it. In the next cabin ivero three young children be longing to Iho daughter, whose husband had run away from her, all pictures of death. This poor creature said she did not know what to do with the corpse, she had no means of getting it rcmorcd, and she was too exhausted to rembro it herself. This cabin was about three miles from the rectory. In another cabin, the door of which was stopped with dung, was a poor woman whom we had taken by surprise, as she roused up evidently much as nstoniahed. Sho buret into tears upon seeing the doctor, and said she had not been able to sleep since the corpse of the woman had laid in her bed. This was a poor creature who was passing this mis erable cabin, and asked the ol3 wo...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 1 April 1847

..M ,,. Miifej,'. frfi&r.l,V, 4 a. nil On Fermentation. 'i - Vffm A Bflion Cultivator, . !il . Messrs. Editors; In on agricultural course of reading, I Iiave met with the following paasago on a subject but little understood in the general way, but which contains in Itself A whole rolumo of instructions to the practitioner, for whose Use I now beg its insertion in jour Useful miscellany. It is on the difference, between sacharint end putrefactive fermentation a difference big with the most important results lo the Farmer, and in terest to the men of reflection. It will repay it whole year of study. "It seems to generally admitted, that animal anil vegetable matter must he reduced to A perfectly soluble state, before it can be appropriated as fond for plants, and, to effect this, it is considered nec essary that a perfect decomposition should take place of the substance provided for this purpose; and many processes are noticed, by which decom position is effected ; but that which ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 April 1847

"'fu - -redw ' : ' MR ..' t... ,i' ' 'T ,i -.H.-vf r. i -tit"! W '- rt '(, j , --?',, (.; hi-, I ' .1 t - . Mi: -id&t 'a! J .: . sV f i & JTnmtlji Newspaper, JBcuotc b to JJolittcs, $omc Snbnstqi, Ncum, SUjricn Uurc aub (Sntcual 3ntc Nigeria. -' ..-.It Ho VOLUME XIII. BR ATTXEBORO, THURSDAY, APKII., 1847. NUMBER 33. umnonx tsJSBI raBSSJS -.easr -BiBB -h . m rUBLlSllfcD EVERY THURSDAY BY Witt. K. RYT1IEK. OPFICESo. I WIIEEIER'S STONE BUHDLXB. Tim.-To tingle subscribers, tJ.V..O0 yesr. To Com. paniee, and to those who pay In advance, a liberal dieeount will be made. Written Tor tbe Vermont Pboonlx. , False Pleasure. Falee Measure I Ah, how aouoda thai wordj T To those who own Ha away, Whose heart like troubled fountain stirred, !e bubbling on its way.' It aouiida a knell whose ringfng chime , ? Is heart) through many yeare , . , Its echo, acenea of other limee, , v The answer, naught but tears. Jl binds the spirit down to earth, , ' When it,wootd upward soar; 4 And calla perve...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 April 1847

' 'II turned. With I groan she burled her fice igalnsl (lie B'jfa. ( To be Continued.) lom the Ncn Orleans Delta, March 23aV AMERICAN ARMS TRIUMPHANT H J JLoss of the Mexicans 4000, -Tliat of the Americans 7Wiq A BLOODY BATTLE-AMERICAN VALOR TRIUMPHANT. SAN-'' TA ANNAS ARMY CUT TO PIECES BY GENERAL TAYLOR HI Loss of Cols. Tell, McKcc, IlnrdiH, Clay, Ace. ' On tho 4lh March, Dr Turner, U. S. A., after many dangers and hair breadth -escapes, arrived in eafety at Matanroras. Previous to Ins arrival, the) communications between Monterey and our lines on the Rio Grande, had been closed so mo days. Dr T. communicated to our correspondents a hur ried account of tho severe battlo of Burna Vista, fought between Gen. Santa Anna's forces, about 17,000 strong, and General Taylor's little army, be tween 4 and 5,000, mostly volunteers. The battle began on the glorious anniversary of the birth of Washington, a fit day Tor the display nf American patriotism and valor. The scene of this bloody fight...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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