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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 April 1847

n fire of ahclla and round tliot from the town and I emtio, few of which reached our line, and those doing no harm. -fNtlVVfCV. In this villsgr, at tli Phoenix Home. .Match .11, br Rev. u. unrisiie t.i niui Harriet At 8 o'clock, A. M., Iho lilllo steamer Spitfire "T'h W' T i i n it run in close to the limit ami threw a number of i N,Br.f.e, Much V5, by lies. F.'llartwell, Mr Henry anens lino me pincc, receiving it ore jiuiii tnu uasuo i n, iwe ra lo rtnea iiannan A. rung, now fir .ifwime. in return. This morning, our tinny innvcd nearer the (oirn. It Ins approached considerably within rarigo of the guns in the lutin, and can ho reached by those in the castle, from both of which a brisk cannonading has been kept up during tho day. The line ex- tends across iho railrn.id which goes trum the town to tho magazine, and the acqucduct which supplies the city with water is likewise in our possession. In short, the city is fair I r inrcstcd. and communi cations bv the main roads cut oil". En...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 8 April 1847

JSSsa-. fHL'rabr(llHary Case of AtHjieccrc. The following account of a femalo converted In to, n'adliUf'iillcorriipteu' substance, we copy from ,tlic N. Y. True Sun. The Sun conlnlin many facts connected With this lingular case, front which we glean the following: The had was disinterred the middlo of lost mouth from the ancient place of sepulture at the corner of Broadway and Twelfth streets, lately con- cried into a ground for speculation and modern im proicmcnt. The name of the disinterred fcmalo was Friend, a hearty married lady who died sud denly at the age of OS, during the month of Feb ruary, 1630. Subsequently her husband waa bu ried close by her side, though not ao deep by per haps six inches. Children end other relatives have since been consigned to the same few yards square of earth, and two or three of her children, we be lieve, were buried over their parents. There they remained. .until a few weeks aince, when the new order of things that had arisen in relation to the p...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 April 1847

$1 .fomtlg 1 Nctuspapct, PJcDotc bta politics, jfomc iijMBtrjj, Nero, Slgrtai Itart ani (teicral Sntc Iftgencc. VOIiUME XIII BR ATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, APJRII- 15, 1847. DUMBER 34 PUBLISHED 13 V EUT THUUSOAV BY OP FICE No. 1 WHEELER'S UTO.NE BUILDIM. Ti.al. To ioiU subscribers, ',00 yesr. To Com. panics, end lo those who psy in advance, a liberal discount I rul be nude. C O O JL E X ' S TTnumnnf llarriitvnriovi flollnmr No. 2 Granite Rew, ,. OVER II. D. BHACkETTS JEWELRY STORE.( THE subscriber respectfully gives notice to Ihe c'u liens of Bratlleboro and vicinity, that hehas tak en Ihe above rooms with the (Mention ot locating a permanent Gallery (ahaalil encoulsgements' prraent,) for'the purpose ol taking Dsguerreutype l'ortraili In hia large and beautiful atyle. Any one wishing Tor a rood Likeness il onlv asked to Give him a sitting, and if nol satuheu, need not purchase, lie noum auo in- i lesiaenis, vile alranoera viiitinc Bra'lleburo. as well as to call and tee hia collection of s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 April 1847

lit up Capt. Preston's face as he emended his hand for the supposed letter. Old Jacob, who had no missive ol that character to dclirer, but who had ennm whollv on his own responsibility, hesitated what to say. While the two parties arc thus re garding each other, we will explain the incident! which had brought them thus unexpectedly tocsin- From th New Orleans Bee, tSmh 29. tfir7 Lntcr News freta tic Sk Grande. The, Mniamnras FlSfffeontainsBn ac count of the "brittle of Butna Vista. A lew inci- denta of iirtcrest, wriich wo do not remember to ha,tc seen tlsewhere, iitoBiinexed. On the-231, a'l ea'tljrdvn71he,baltle"'wa'a re' netted with great fury. The chief efforts of the enemy seemed to bo directed against the left "Wing, composed of Gen. Wool's diviaiou, Gen. Lane being in command of the Indiana brigade. The fight was mini trtllnate and sanguinary, Santa Anna, from ills vastly aurieriri'r forcefwAs enabled to direct, against this part nf our army, three or four, men to one. They ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 April 1847

unwonted ferocity., It is.stid that even, the British Minister, Mr Bankhead, at last dales hardly dared venture li.to the at. eels, for Tear of being shot by some of the different contending factions. Gomel Farias has his, parly, the priests bate their party, those In faror of peace have a parly, and then there are the war men, the Santa Anna men, the Almonte men, and hat not. All was "confusion worse confoun led," and I cm make neither head nor tail of tho different rumors. -' The Meticans have been firing since noon, to day, and from the mot of their batteries, and the roar of round ahot and shells' has been constantly dinning in the ears Of our men. Strange that they do not effect more. They must think they are des troying the "Yankees," as they now all term us, by dozens, else they would not keep up such an" inces sant firing. The weather continues fine for landing, and mu nitions and supplies- are rapidly accumulating at the depots. The officers of the nary continue to use thei...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 15 April 1847

kits. 8"Piinting-, txlazmg, &c. rrUlft subscriber, et)ihihop, Noi 6, tfrlck Row, JL up ctairs, continues 'ihe i'dLVTiV (7 Kiisinessln nil Its departments. Thojcwtlntlug job In hlj line ate respectfully invited to give him b rnll.i ' 1 ' House niitl Shop rniiiting) Paper ing, (lazing, , s nnd every thing jirrtainlng la his line of business- will be promptly attended to and executed in a faithful ami aat'sfactoty manner. Materials Tor House Painting lornishrd on the moil favorable terms. Sign Painting, Perjons, wanting Signs Painted and Lellrted are in vited to call, as the subscriber is confident or his abili ty to giro entiro satisfaction In that branch oT busi ness. Terms reasonable. H3 He keeps on hand for aale, PAINTS ready mixed. Boiled Oil, Furniture Varnish, Japan, Splrtls Turpentlnei ttc, as low aa ennbe purchased elsewhere. Wanted. Four Journeymen. I ALONZO HATCH. Umtlleboro, March 24, 1847. 31 BOOKS. , THE Pir-oniu's Hjiar, by Rev, J. L. Merrick, elevenyeara Missionary ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 April 1847

.-a. ... --i ." .v'.VJSJ! iSW.,; j'K 1,. .......... . .... - . . ., 1 ' " r ' -i ' vttnwa wm f ft , " jt i . to lomi mi) t n(T '-.lltprf , - - ! w twt h-- - r " . rsuh ' Ar . - t l H i . & ihmilu NcUjsjmpir, cuott i ft folitics, Ifjomc 3ttlmsttii, $ms, Strict, llntc mi Gfrntral 3M lligcitcc. volume Sail. " ATTMJBORO, TIICKSDAY, APRIt 22, 1 S47 . NUMBEIt 1 iicnux PUBLISHED EVERT-TIIUnsDAV 11 X XVH. 13. KVTHER. OFFICE .. t WHEELER'S STME BCILMXG. Taint. To tin glo ob.cribtri, rt,00 yeir. To Coin piniel, and to thot who pay ia advance, a liberal diaeoaat Wilt b made PORTER & MOORE, IYo. 43 Cemmcrcc Strccl, HAXTFORS, COXV., HAVE on hind and for sale.1 large assortment ol PlCKLED AND DRV'FISH, al of which nere bought before the recrnt'advance and will be toll loner than can be booght In any other market. 750 Quintal Codlith, 300 Ilaireb No. 1 Mackerel, 150 HI. do. do. 100 Qtt. ' 100 Kittt, 150 Uarrela ioo nr. ' 100 Qr. ' lOOKitU , 70 Darreli do, do. , dj. 9 do 50 Tiereea "USaimon...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 April 1847

lie retreating foe, whom they drove beforo them as Wolves driro frightened sheep. As the battle drew liesrer, she could distinguish the several war cries. 'Huzza for Marian remember his oath drive - on the dogs V These wero the shouts of the assailants, to which the royal officers replied, ' y Stand fast Tar old England. ' Down with the rebels. Stand fast I' For a moment the retreating fugitives rallied, and made a aland. Thie, was almost opposite 'the window where Kale remained w'uli her father, in apits of the danger, chained, as if by fascination, to the spot. A reinforcement of soldiers, at the same instant, came running down lha street, and Ibeir Companions parting right and left to make way for them, they gained the front and threw in a withers Ing volley on the foe. These, not expecting such sudden check, fell into some disorder. 'Now charge on the rascals,' cried a voice, and Col. Campbell sprung to the tan waving htsawunl. 'Qive them the bayonet, lads, and the field is ours...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 April 1847

bj.it.. . i i.!.-ay tsua 1 - v twiMirii iirr JSt.'.es;vwi- .. . - - . ... PjgojojowawjasjjBsjsfawswjw . -Baasaaawi ' "cj- t". . t. .n I. ...... , .r!Twwaweweaoawanwnwnwwjwawan Vermont; Menix,," Ma Coetiy Isjeolnga, floorithiof boilaeat InUDfioerreo type Ilel7yfcl4f llw (MM Week! ha hit eapfc d of the ln potUnV,.i'cM"fe!lli;llli,.lcliif oofi'.f and on tlJktwrjBwtpwU." WpicloiM ct'lM.biturlictilrl7 If Ihe ilturii good looklpf:' Aa a atiittlat contMt le bo ex hibited m 4 "show" much longer,, oar friend will doell to call iooo. ' & ' , raosivs Cover run Armu At tha Piobati Office, Brat. tleborot on Monday Ihe SGln IriL Loir-Itit k, i pur. UtltcrtOineJ)jGlovetr The finder will confer a favor by coving Ihcro at iMe pfllce. Boiros Atlii. Colonel Schraler, long1 al.d favorably known tho editor or tho Lowell Courier, .hll parchtsed the Boston Allss of lu present proprietorsj tod ukrl pot. tuion the let ol Me. Mom Thoom. The President hit celled Tor 10,000 note soldiere to ctrrjr on tho w...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 22 April 1847

V1 mhos w an Ta, rf tWl m rwr .1. t., a. i.. " Prom Blackwood Msgsnoe. Though clouds nVrosa our native akyJt J Andacenltodimlhetunf - -Wo Kill not donll in Isngour lie, ,Or deem ilio dsy Is dons i Tho tirl (! wo loved before, j No lessWIl chiil.li nor. And crown llie banquet orjorpfj"1 With Honor to tho Plow. '" 1 ' In Ihese fair fields, whoic poicerul ipoU ' To faith and hope are given, We'll eek the prise with honel toil, AniMfivo the resllo Heaven? " We'll gin us to tho wolk like men 'Who owe a holy voi ' i ' Ahiflf In Jiy we meet sgtln, - i i (Its Ilonsr to llicl'lowi Let tl trrtj'd In migie power, '' With Labor hnd fn html,' i , ' Go forth, and now in peril's hour ' Suitiin a sinking land. , , Let never Sloth unnerve the irm, . . Or fear tho spirit cow ; , . I,,. Thole words alono ihould wo;k charm All Honor to the l'lij, ' , ; "f The hearth re drew, the meadow drain, Tho latent susnipeipjorc, ., And o'er the long-eipecting plain. , . Lriiiuse tbe quickening store i Then fearle...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 April 1847

lt. Ui ;(' ' V- lllWMMMMfcjyMrtMMpBl-M-Yr Jtjg. Mnr a - vmnfn lull t- mm- - . Hi. Uctmont Ifil !1 fr 5 ( , t n 'li'i- i ' ..a !1 31 JTmntlg Nciuspapcv, ffltvote i ta Politics, Cjome Sitimstrji, News, &grtai Uurc mti (fimtcral Jnte licence. VOLUME XIII. BR ATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, APRII, 291847. NUMBER 36. Boston anil Hartford Advertisements. C. W- & S. JT. M. ItOBIB R, (6UCOESSOH3 TO HOMES, HOMER it CO.) lMrOtTtRI 1HD WllOLUltC DI1LIIS IK Foreign & Domestic Hardware & Cutlery. Not. Si and 33 Union St., BOSTON. HAVING frequently received orders from iheir cuatomers addressed 'Homer fy Co.' C. W. & S. J. M. II. woulJ particularly request theCr frienda lo add r cs all letters to ll.eir present firm, as another Hardwire House has been recently formed In this city under the style or 'Homer 4- Co., with which they have no connection whatever. ?12ffSS M. BTT1TG3 & CO., 53 Commerce Street, Hartford, Cobb., AIU: oneting for salt a Urge and complete aaaortment of GIIOCEIUE...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 April 1847

indispuliblc. II the Senile had aaid what thai res olution proposes, the dinger would Into been over, but these gentlemen would tint voie fur it. To a min, thej voted igainst it, Every member ol the Senate belonging to the party, in tlie Northern States, however warmly the ma havo declared themselves against new slave States, jet refused to role against all territorial acquisition : a measure proposed and offered to them as a perfect security against more slave States. The are. Tor ocquiring territory ; the are for more Statei J and, Tor the sake of this the are trilling ,toun tho risk of these new States boing-alare States, and to meet all the conrulsions wrnjrtf tho discussion of that momentous question ma hereafter produce Sir, if there bo wisdom, or prudence, or consistency, aound policy, or comprehensive foresight in all IhlCl cannot "see It. Tho amendment of the honorable member from Georgia was supported by the roles ol twenty-four members ol tho Senate. Twenty-nine members r...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 April 1847

Arrival of the ,CaRilrm---15 Days Later from Liirope. The ateaniehip Cambria arrived al Boston on Tue aJajr cf lilt week, l9uHi o'clock, '1 M ,ln 111 daye from Liverpool, She broiighl 1'Jo paesengere, and 30U,0UU Iifiiwcie. Her commercial newe la highly Important. There hie been eodden fall In the pricea of erain cfer- ery description, in England, Ireland, and France. Thia waa occaaioned nut an much, by lite large ininurlatinna, aa by a. panic among the epeculatora. Flour baa declined 6 or Ci. per barrel, aefllng at Liverpool on Ihe lit., at 3d 40s. inuisn dun naa nt. mi... - i.-,v uintr, .iiau-.u of bringing 7l)s. per quarter, aa at our hit adflcee, it la. worth hardly Ma. Out pricea mere gradually recovering when th Cambria lelt. ' ' American beef and pork were In good demand, it a alight advance. Lard rttainlaina ita -valuei Trade la aomeivbat better In the meaulactering diatricle, and the cotton market baa consequent) improved, Iron ia without alteration. In Parliament, the cond...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 29 April 1847

-3 a. Hoiisc-Kccping. As thou art only beginning the world, there Tore refrain from purchaaing costly furniture j and flr ai you would the plague, all temptaitona to pur chaaing plate. Perhaps your wife attends a tea-water company at the house of Mrs Van Pelt. Mr Van Pelt Is an old established thriving trader.- On the tabic is a silver tea-pot, a silver milk-pot, sugar bowl and tones. You so to seo tour wife homo she looks sid ; and on the Way she never opens tier mouth. Hating got home, (no takes her stand at the glass whilo untying her hat. Ilcr lato pretty face is noV as long as a bean pole. She looka sober as a church-mouse : you are distressed on her account: in the most aoothing manner possible, you inquire what is the matter with your dear Maria; she looks as if she had lost all her friends ; for one minute she won't apeak, and, perhaps, she begins to cry. Now, be cool, take it easy, and acquit thyself like a man. Sit on a chair near enough to be heard; cover jour face with s...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 May 1847

1 -1 1.J Dhccnix. i i.ii..iai(i & JTamilji Ncwspapci, EDcuotc b to politics, f)omc' Jnbnstvji, News, Qigriai Itnrc ana cncral Sntc lligcncc. VOLUME XIII. BRATTLBBOROmeRSDAY, MAY 6, J 847. NUMBER 3 7. rUnLlSIIKI) VE11Y TIIUftSDAV II Y Will. 12. RVTIIEK. 0 P P I C E Xo. ! WHEELER'S STO.XE BUILDIMJ. Ttaxs. To single .ab.criber., $'i,00 a ye if. To Com panies, tnd to those who pay in advance, a liberal diaeounl will bo made. Business Cards. JOHN F. ADKINS, iiKuncioER or CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS, West BrntllcliorO) Vt. (35) OLIVER RHODES, WIIOLIIiLI DEALER In Forcigu ami Domestic Straw, AHD- FANCY DIUID BONNETS, MILLINERY, &C. Hrnttlcboro, VI. KJ-Presenl style Bonnet Blocks constantly on hand, recall at 1 door south of Unitarian Meeting Houae. BENNETT'S DAGUERREOTYPE 3IIMATIIRE ROOMS, IN II ALL'S IA).N(; I1UII.UI.NO. ENTBAKCE ONE DOOtt SOUTH Or THE POST OPPICE. Brallleboro, April 13, 1847. 31 PHOENIX HOUSE, CHARLES C. X.-IIVJCEA'CE, BHATTL.EBORO, VT. Feb. l.t,lW7. 1,23 WARD & BO...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 May 1847

1 say, is desitous of finding a subject obnoxious to liis ihiealcned penalties, it may bo relief to hint to be Informed that ho need nut pass beyond tlic shad uw of his own pattoil. And uhilo he utters the libellous intimation that the army of Snuta Anna Mould Ira strengthened by tho accession of some thousands uf American citizens, but lor tho res training fear of the holler, and that they therefore merit the penalties of overt treason, tie arc prompt id to ask how much less meritorious is he, who, by the extreme exercise of his appointing power, gave to that army its commander-in-chief! Sir, there is no justification for this act. There is no excuse for it. There Is no palliation" fur it. Whether regarded as a blunder or a crime, it ad mils of im extenuation. In the most favorablo view the utmost charity can take of tho transaction, it was an extra piece o( diplomatic chicanery, which has no parallel among enlightened nations, and which the world will laugh at, white we most de pl...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 May 1847

of General Kntriify-j.-JSuttle o! Snti Picrtt1i Wc find in llio NaMounl Jntclligenccr of Apii 2.1J, an intcresllm letter friili n rrciillernan attach ed lo Gctt. Kciuiirj's command, describing some. ui nit dangers anu miiicuiiicj it men beset the (Jen eral and' his small force, in I heir progress llirougl California : San Dieco, Upper California, Jan. 10. 1S17. You will learn by the despatches uiih which ihi. will (jo to Washington, that we hate met with rath. tr o uiilcrent reception tn California from what vie anticipated wlicn 1 wrote you last from the Illodel mine. it . .. . . ... uiuu mining ai me mouui nt the llio U1I.1, we intercepted a party of Californians who were on their way to Sonora, and got from Ihcm the first intelligence mat a counter revolution had taken placo in California; that Qcn. Flures,. with seven hundred men, had driven out the Amrricans from tho I'ucblo do los Anglos, and were in possession of that place,; and that San Diego had been taken by Conij Stockto...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 6 May 1847

,.v... jLf Agricultural Department. Qaroenino OrnrtATio.Ns. It Is well to be in readiness for the commencement of gardening ope rations at the earliest period which the slate of the weather and the condition of the soil will admit. Some articles can hardly be put in the ground loo soon after the frost has left it. This is the case with peas, lettuces, radishes, early cabbages, pars neps, spinach, parsley, 4tc. It is rare that these plants are killed by frosts that occur after tho sea son has so fir advanced that the ground has once become fairly settled, For peas, the earliest varieties, such as the early Washington, the Prince Albert, andlheCedo-niilli, should be chosen, anil they should be planted on the warmest and most sheltered soils. Faraneps and spinach, olsA may be sown in the open air as soon as the ground can be worked. It is a great adrantage to give some plants a start in a hot-bed; particularly lettuces, cabbage, cucum bers, tomatoes, and egg-plants. By forcing in this ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 May 1847

.,. ..,.,. , , , n) ; t w , , L --t- - , ,y -lWWaPl'8wimB'llll I , I'uHlll & jfamUji Newspaper, $)cuotc I) to Politico, $omc Subustvy, News, Qtrjvicn Hurt ana (General 3ntt lliQCixcc. - -mvvaJ- j --s-- sny1 TOIiUMEJOII. BR ATTL.BBORO, THUltSpAY, JIAY 13, 1847. NUMBER 38; TUBL1SUED EVERY THURSDAY BY AVM. E. RYT1ICK. OFHCESo. Z WIIEELEnjTOSE BCIIDISO, Tsrxi. To alogle subscribers, $'1,00 a ye ar. To Com. paniee, and to those who pay in advance, a liberal discount will bo made. CHAD HO URN & OILMAN, MO. 43 FULTON STREET, BOSTON, - mroRTzki or, iso DCAr.KRa.iii. IRON, STEED, FILES &C. Offer to Deilrri and Conimnert, tithe lowral rat. Old Stbte Bar Iron. 'Sanderaon'e.' JeasopV tnd 'Wijrlt.rj( Hound., , Oclogon, Norwir Sffedri " llngliilillf fined " Common 14 11 American R8'd " Ulster Chili. " l't mliroke Chain ' Sq're fc Round Spike u Am and Enjj, Hoop American Band 11 Norway Nail Koda. Old Salle " " Sliapea. Rwedri " American " llnrae Bhoea. Jzlttrtrt, 1 1-8 to 3 Incite f. K...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 May 1847

9 Battle of Sacramf iito-Defeat of the Encra.v, and Capture of Cklhuakua. Ht-IDQIMRTIKS Or TUB ARM IN CltltlUAIlUA, Oil of Chihuahun,' March 4th, 1847. t hate Ine honor lo report to you the movements of the atmy under my comnaiid lines my last offi cii! report. On the evening of the 8th of February, 1847, we left the town of El Paso del Norte, escorting the merchant train or caravan of ahout 315 wagons Tor the city of Chihuahua. Our force consisted of 02 1 effective men i 117 officers and privates of the artil lery; 03 of Lieut. Col. Mitchell's escort, and tho remainder the 1st regiment Missouri mounted vol unteers. Wo progressed in the direction of this jilacV until tho'iotli, when we wcreinformrd by our spies that the enemy, to the number of 1,500 men, were at Insencas, the country seat of Gov. Trias, about 25 miles in advance. When we arrived, on tho evening of the SGth, near that point, we found that the force bad retreat ed in the direction of this city. On the evening of the 2...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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