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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 May 1847

Islr: New Store and New Goods!! I We sIftbtlowWrrarlmpoiUiitHtii.orfoltriiXfi.ci 7pliEio!iW(!7M'''(me jo.f TfcfimT frorir'Netv castle as prisoners, or In bs lrfino:tccI to the I ted S files, lt 'u st aled thai most or them" prefer t i . I. .. tr..:.. i u. . - . i .i-ii-t.. . ...i.ii-l..i I In Psrhsmenl, the Uoveinnleiil .clieroaporieenrral eda- uen. ocoiis wiiciai ucspa circs were u .iM,.ur. th(nr.i oPD..rtw.i r th Uiru loxrn Ktit I'iIiIa in mlitiiittti in stated abov c. I condition. He stales that 3301) Mexican prisoners were taken, T,,e lmporu ol breaJstotls and nrnviaiona continue U be clu,WeoftheomcersWhileS,ntaAnnand7000 ucceeded in (reeling their erospe. Ocn. Scott o r b.rMt Indian torn SI to 51. per quarter. The estimates our loss ill killed ami wounded, at Uol). demand it elrady, principally l,.r home cuo.uinplKia The Mexican loss on the field ol biitlc'was 353; uJJjJ'n' ... , i a i . ' )i is sweeptn on what famine haa spared, ine lever, gene- which was increased during Ihv ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 13 May 1847

3L from tfis Boston Cultivator. Black Sea Wheat. Mttsrs Editors: Your correspondent, Mr Da con, has thrown out some correct hints on the pro ductiveness or Black Sea Wheal. Those formers who have an acre or mofe of common tillage land, or an rich soil, will do well to try this kind of grain. The berry is tery hard, tiran thin it re quires close grinding to make good Hour. A pint of water sprinkled on to a bushel of this wheat, and lying orcr night before grinding will improve the flour. Dread mado after itie fallowing directions will bo white, and more moist, and eweeter than from the ivestern flour. The yeast is made by adding about two spoonsful of milk with a pint of water, strained into flour as thick as pancakes, add half of salt spoon full of salt: Keep warm till it ferments. Sponge the flour or bread after it rises. Knead thoroughly, this is very important in the manufac ture of good bread. For biscuit and pie crust, this flour is not ao good, it requires more shorten ing. No...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 May 1847

J"" ' 1 n 'i1 Ymr-HW;-"m .In r'mi-.'ifrW-'t ' -- - -- - --. ,--.., i itjlwii i T iiitt7faMiMlSili Willi asii-asnaaiH "in i r 111 1 ii r .Pfrmont f9$ltittl VOLUME XIII. PORTER & MOORE, IVo. 13 Coiuiiicrcc Street, HARTFORD. OOSTSr.. ,'7 ul",1'9i an W which were bought before Ihe recent advance ami III be told lower than can be bought In 6ny other market. 760 Quintal,, Codfish, 300 llrircls No. t Mackerel, ' 150 III. J ,0. 100 ir. " i Jo. 100 Kills I .1,." 150 Barrels a do. 100 lir. " " J do. 'I ; f 100 Qr.". s do. 5 100 KltU " '2 dol "'i 70 llarrela " 3 'do.- ' " 50 Tierces " I Salmon. 20 Itarrela " 1 . do.. , . ,e. - JO Mr. " " I do.. ,. !0lr. J do. 20 Kills " l do. 250 Barrels " 1 Dlue Fish. 20(1 lir. " I do. do. 150 llarrela " I Sword Kith. J00 III. ' 1 do. do. 50 llarrela 11 1 Bass, t 50 lir." " I do. 50 Darrels " 1 Codfish, Shad, Smoked Salmon, Herring, Halibut, Napes and bins, Sound and Tongues, Sic.; fee. Together nllh a gOod assortment of Provisions. Sm3S QUA DUO URN &...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 May 1847

f'VoM Me AVw Ortani ZeciVrt, JVtiy 2. Interesting Account of (Lc Battle of Ccrro Gordo. We are Indebted to C.iplain Hughes, or ihe To pogrsphioal Corps, for much nimble and interest ing Information relating to the late glorloui victor of Cerro Gordo. Capt. Ilughea is the very able and Intelligent officer who accompanied Gen. Wool on hta march from San Antnnla lo Monclova, and rendered important services to the army and lo the country, by hi valuable reconnoisancca of the Im portant part of Mexico through which Wool' col umn marched. Ilia descriptions hate been publish ed in the papers u the country, and commanded great attenliun and admiration at the time. To Captain Hashes belongs the high distinction of hat ing selected the position occupied by Gen. Tajrlor at Ouena Vista. On the occasion of an encamp ment of Wool'a dirison near Buena Vista, Capt. Hughes was struck with llio advantages which this position presented for defence, and suggested to Gen. Wool to occupy it in case Santa...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 May 1847

.nrz , .,- ... ... tablishcd his head-quarters in the Custom House, one, of (hs best constructed uulldltlgsin tho ciijr. The marine officer with the.' guard of the aleam' frigate, was quartered on the -ground floor of the game building, and Capt. Kdsmi, commanding ma rines of the home snundrou, occupied the deserted Oarrncks and an old Church on the Plata, Copt. Drceso has been appointed Oorcrnor of Iho place, bj the Cominodurr, and here tvtthaso been for three daji, with eterfthiiij most judiciously arranged,! and iro as comfortable as circumstances will admit of. From one of tho public .stores e hare taken nails, rigging, etc., that belonged to the wrecked1 brig Triuton j and an expedition has J'nl returned from up the titter, with h'er boats, besides schooners, launches and boats captured from the en em jr. Gen. Cos' house is handsomely fitted up with costly furniture, and he must hare fled in great alarm, for on going into bis quarters we found his bed just as ha bad turnedout o...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 20 May 1847

Dn. Wari.cn on Tile Ilons. The Massachu setts Legislative Agricultural Meetings closed tlii year with a lecture on tho Horse, by Dr. John C. Warren. Hoaaid! ' "The food of the horse should ho proportioned to his labor. If the same quantity of food was al lowed to a horse which did not work, its to one which did, the consequences would soon be fatal the blind staggers, which was apoplexy, would be produced. Four hours' exercise a day was essen tial to the health of a horse. Dr. Warren thought that horses should be al lowed stalls that were 0 or 7 feet wide, that they might hate room to more about and turn round. It was well to haro a bar behind them, and to leare them unhaltered, It was a mistaken notion, he said, that after hard driving, horses should be kept ' fasting until they were cool. A horso could eat 'with as much safely immediately on stopping after a hard drive, as at any time. A little moist food should be given to him at once. If ho was very thirsty and yet was hot, he 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. — 27 May 1847

i 11 St jTamilg Newspaper, EDcuotc i) to politics, Cj'omc Snimstrji, News, &(jnm Hurt anfo (General 3ntc lligcncc. VOLUME XIII. IHtATTIEIJORO, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1847. NUMBER 40. PUBLISHED EVE II Y THURSDAY BV XV to, E. KYTHF.lt. 0 F F I C E No. I WHEELER'S STONE BUILDING. Tiki.-To single subscriber, $'i,00 1 yesr. To Com paniee, and to those who pay in advance, i liberal dlacount will be made. Hanover Street, BOSTON, "Carpet Warehouse, NO. 102. rp HE subscriber htj received a new stock of Car JL petinga fur the Spring trade, embracing a com plele assortment ol BRUSSELS, Impirial Ttrtt Ply, Superfine Kidderminster, Extra IHne, Fine and Medium. tZ3Paintcd Floor Cloths all Widths. Cotton anJ Wool Ingrain and Striped Carpetlnga, Hemp and Stair do.; Straw Malting, 4, 5 and 6-4; Cotton, Linen and Wool Stair Coverings, Window Shades and Fixtures, Printed Dockings, Linen Crumb Cloths, Hugs, Mats, Stair Hods, be. &c; all of which will be ofleted at the lowest market prices Tor Cash, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 May 1847

iVctV York Anniversaries. TnE American Thact Societv Is exerting a powerful nnil wide-spread inllucnce for the promo, lion of intelligence and pure morals in our country. The Society has had in commission during the whole or a pari of the past year, exclusive of those in the service of tho American Tract Society at Boston and other branches, two hundred and sixty seven colporteurs, including forty-four students of theology from seventeen seminaries: and colleges, and thirty-seven for tho German, French, Irish and Norwegian population, in twenty-seven Slates. The circulation hy colporteurs amounts lo 227,110 volumes, by salo, or an average nf more than one to each family visitod, anil 57,223 books, and nearly 3,300,000 pages of tracts among the destitute, gra tuitously, in seven different languages. The circu lation has been greater, hy nearly thirty millions of pages, than during any previous year, amounting tn fl5,975 volumes, 5,841,550 publications, or 153, 575,G24 pages. During t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 May 1847

iVom the National Intelligencer. The United States and Jlcxico. In Uie Washington Correspondence of tho Phil adelphia Public Ledger, tho writer thereof, well in formed ol'ull the oct and thoughts of our Admin istration, gives us very distinctly to understand that tho enttnte cordinle between tho PrcsiJenl of tho United Slates and the then Ex-President of Mexi co, by uliich the lutlcr was enabled to regain his office and lead tho forces of Mexico against those of the United Slates, has continued to exist up to a very recent date. Wc hope that no reader will ci ther overlook or forget this extraordinary reten tion : " Washington, May 13. With the defeat of aania sinna my hope or peace is considcably di minished; for, however strongly the opposition press may hate railed against what it was pleased to call "the paosport granlcd to that chief," certain it is that our belt hopet of peace rested on him. and that nothing but the impossibility of sustaining himself in uicxico uasinus iir oa...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 27 May 1847

1 ii r"""' nf """iuii I f, Ram Manure. Spread tour barn manures in referi-nre m Immnz then) ill llio liills. This mode heenmlmr more popular each year. If your aoil ia too poor to start the com well at first, put s handful of something or other In each hill, in pre r.r.nr in ntittinir in a sliorelfull to drr ud. and to harbor worms, and to majce corn-stalks Instead of corn, causing more labor, and making the land nooier rather than richer. Put on a handful of ' . X I f I . . . I f asnei, t spooniui 01 piaster, a ica-spouniui 01 guano, or some homceopalhie doso from an apothecary's if you must hare more stimulus in the hill than elsewhere, but never put a large quantity of aiiy thing in the hill. On drv nreenaward, ashes are generally good. the ley operates to rot the sward. But strong ash es should not be buried up with the corn. In many csaes they arc found to eat off the tender roots when they first shoot out. Ashes should be laid on the hill, and this may bo done as soon ss the c...

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

1 ','V''--i'--Ts -in n .iBjjuiT'-a.-ji ii- & JFamilji.., Ntwspapcr, JDcuotc & to Politics, game Snbnetrji, -tos, &gricn Ita ani) (general 3nt licence. VOLUME XIH. BRATTL.EBORO, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1847. NUMBER 41. Business Oards. JOHN F. ADKINS, iiniiriCTDitxR or CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS, West Brattlcboro. Vt. (35) PHOENIX HOUSE, CII.tltljES a. XlWHEA'Cli, BHATTJ-iEBORO, VT. Feb. 1st, 1847. 1j23 P. SIMONDS, HlH,'riCTUIim ISD DB11IR IX Ladies', Gentlemen's, Misses' and Children'! BOOTS, SHOES, AND RUBBERS, II Alii. '8 BUILDING, NEARLY OPPOSITE SMITH'S STAGE HOUSE. E. HART, FASHION ABLiB TAIL.OR, ,d By" NO. 8 GRAltlTi! uutraaj) I nltATTI YROHO VI llal I ROBERT WtSScLHOcrTi Mi Ui) Uomcopatliie k llyilropatbic Physician, Elliot Street, Brtittleboro, Vt. S. PIKE, GUNSMITH, OPPOSITE TUB PIItENIX HOUSE, BRATFLEBORO, Yt. XI. SPAXDXjVG, xvi. x., SURGEON DENTIST. OFFICE, First Door South of DUTTON Jc CLANK'S STORE. (lylO) SIX, IT DYING. Grove Street Dye House, WORCESTER, MASS. BILK. uu...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 June 1847

)ft; . ,.',.s.'i''W' twelve miles in loiig'perspc'clite, at llio en J of which, Isy the bridge ly men aione tney coutci cross, and tho wills of St. Klieiine. For lifo I fur life I but fainter grew the palfrey's efforts, his leaps were shorter each one than the last, his breathing groans were painiut. no roil ed, too, it etery stride, and staggered, and, if not upheld by the suro band of that splendid horsewo man, he must have fallen hair an hottr'befbrc. But now the thundering clang of their pursuer's hoofs, and thefierco shouts, camo fast anil frequent on their cars ( and M tho same instant lUoul saw by a convulsive shiver' illicit ran through every limb or the poor palfrey that its last racowas run. 'Clear your foot frnm the stirrup, Blanche,' ho cried, 'and spring when I catch you.' And without slackening his pace he threw his reins loose, took bis sword, which be bad not found time to sheathe, between his teeth, and flinging hii right arm round her body, swung her, as she sprung...

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

Senator Benton's Speech. On the evening of the J3ih ull.. Senator Ben ton addressed a crowded meeting of his constitu ents at St. Louis, upon tlio political topics acted upon at the late session or Congress. Upon the Oregon question, he declared that he had crcr been in fror or latitude 40 as the proper bounds!, and that tlio demand of the American government was wrongful when applied to Prater's river, which runs from 40 to 64. lie devoted much of his ad dress to the Texas annexation treatv. which, in the manner it was conducted, lie said, was the cause of me war witn .Mexico. Texas might litre been re covered, with all ease, Lul for the doings of the Tj. ler administration, "for selfish and unworthy pur poses." The Senator glanced at tho Lieutenant Generalship in Ids' own peculiar wajr, and observed thai he "who had- refused embassies of the first courts of Europe, was willing to go to Mexico ; he who had refused to let his friends propose him for first Msjor-General in Mar, 1840,...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 3 June 1847

1 Agricultural Department, Piouomrra. Perhaps no part of husbandry is more familiar than ploughing, nnd no part, as a general rule, morn Imperfectly done. Tho farmers of this country, anxious to gain possession of ex leniivo farms, generally occupy moro land than they can command means to cullirato in a proper manner. The consequence is that the ploughing, like every thing else, is done in a hurry, and there foro only half done. Tho best fields are ploughed only once, and the hardest twice; and what is not cut up is said to bo covered up, and hence ready for tho seed. This is all wrong, and ruinous to the farmer. The invariable rulo should be, to cultivate no more land than can bo cultivated well; and in ploughing, to repeat the process until the soil, to tho depth of a full, deep furrow, la reduced to a fine mellow texture whether it requires the pro cess to be repeated ten times or only once. The furrow should be cut deep enough to turn up and thoroughly expose the lower part of t...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 June 1847

Miwi)iiiiiMplpBlliMWWIWiii)i''W " mum ii WW"" hipiiikww - , & jfamilji Kewspapct, Dtuotc to politics,. $omc 3nbustrji, Ncrus, $ujriat Ituvc ana (General 3nt lligcucc VOliUME XIII. BRATTLEBORO, THURSDAY, JUNE lO, 1847. NUMBER 4&. rtW,WIWiliiiiiiiiil ir.filW I'iWiiiMIIIIWIIIMM v PUBLISHED .EVERY THURSDAY BY XVIII. E. KYTIIEK. OFFICE No. ! WHEELER'S STONE BUILDING. I New Store and New Goods!! rrulE subscribers have juat received, from New X York large addition lo lljtif former duck of Goods, making nerhans. the mostcomnleto assortment Taaua Tn .ln.1. ..lUr.r. MM... T CVrr.. I tO D6 fOUnd ID tills SCClIOll of tli6 COURlfV. BiTlfinir psnies, and to thorn who psy la advance, a liberal discount whichmay be found ' T ... . ' ' ' I fin PivM n.nrilvl M M T.atnaa al ak.n11.Q former price. 3D t'leces runted Lawns amj Muehhv; 10 do Embroidered Swiss do; 10 do Bsrsges and Balzorlnee; 5 do Flaid Linen Ginghams; 10 do French do; 5 do Printed Foulard Sitka, very low; ID do .I'm J and striped...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 June 1847

.1 !1 - Arrlral of tko Ilibcrala. Qrtat Wit in Dread Stuff Continued Monetary Distress Irish Outbreaks, The sleamcr llibcrnia arrived at Boston at 0 1-4 o'clock on Thursday morning, in about 15 days from Liverpool. She brings 80 passenger, and .189,101 in specie. Breadstuff have advanced materially in the Eng. llsh market. In the Tint two weeks nf Mar, there nu a rise or 1U to 10). per qr. on Indian corn, anu of 8 to 10s. per bbl. on flour, according to quality. The former now sells at C0., and the latter nl 60s. This rise is attributable to the small atocks of grain now on hand in Europe generally, and Iho uncer tain!; of there being enough to last till next harvest. Wheat has now reached so high a point as to be beyond the means of the poorer classes, A de creased consumption will ensue, and this may serve to check anr further advance. The market for American cured provisions Is steady, with a brisk demand. The pressure in the money market continuca with unabated violence. " Merch...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 June 1847

CONCERT OF THE BAKERS. Thia Interesting bind of vocalist gave Conceit, according to appointment, In lhi village, on Tuesday evening or last neck. They had good audience, sod aung lo, the evident satisfaction and delight or The Improvement they hue made within two ysara I surprising, and we now regard Ihem as Inferior to no pejlormeraof the tind that we have ever heard. 'e Orten Mountain Freeman. - CharTof !. A man named Lindscy A. Injallt, snd a woman named Etiiabelli Farmer, have kern arretted at Luwrll, at principal and accessory In a rsne committed Upon a young girl named Milekell. Tlie virlim waa from' Vermont, waa only IB tears orage.aod waa ,if feeble frame .and Intellect Both of the accused were committed lo Jail to anawer to the charge; Ration Courier. Jt Valuable Hern A wag in Pennsylvania not long alnee purchased a very fine horae. Returning from a ride a few , daya allerwardi, ho aild that he had discovered a quality In ' this animal which added fifty dollara to hia value...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 10 June 1847

amm. ll'aaa',TS'',j'ly pitim trees, tisuaiiy.nuvil uj una name, lias yiu Tailed to such in extent as in many places to des troy the trees, nnd dj-courngo further attempts to coltii ate them. We published an article, last week, from the Albany Cultivator, recommending excision as an effectual remedy. With us it has always been successful, but others hare complained of Its failure. The article above mentioned speaks alto of the ip plication of salt or brine. At one of the Agricul tural Meetings at the State House in Boston, in the winter of 1845-0, Dr. S. A. ShurtlelT gave a statement in detail, of experiments which he had made w'uli entire success. We think ho stated that on diseased trees, around which salt was freely placed during the winter, the excrescences had dis appeared, and the trees assumed a healthy and vig orous state. Washing the excrescences with strong lime-water whenever they appeared had produced the same effect. In other cases the warts wero cut away, and the nlaces...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 June 1847

Vermont IBs . ,!'. UTS'' K ! & jmmUji cu)0iapct JDcuotc i io politic, $omc 3nbft0lrjj, itfctt0, QVgrtcn Ituu cmi) 8cncral 3ntc lltgcitcc. VOLUME XIII. JBRATTIiEBORO, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1847. NUMBER 43. PUBLISHED EVE R.Y THURSDAY BY ffffl. E. KYTIIEK. OFFICE So. 2 WHEELER'S STONE BlILDLNC. Ti. To single subscriber!, $3,00 a year. To Com panies, and to those who pay in advance, a liberal discount will be made. Business Cards. EAGLE IRON FOUNDRY. Sward, Stubble, Corn A Side Hill BP & W 8 9 Manufactured and lor Bale Wholesale and. Retail by JJ. JE. JBROJFJV CO., tllnsdalc, JV. 11. .11. E. Baowir, (41) J. Known. OLIVER RHODES, WHOLESALE DEALER IK Forcigu and Domestic Straw, - AltD FANCY BIIAID BONNETS, MILLINEIIY.&C. Brnttlcboro, Vt. ICJ-Prcsent style Bonnet Mocks constantly on hand. CfCall at t door south of Unitarian Meeting House. JOHN F. ADKINS, MAItUIMCTUEEa or CARRIAGES AND SLEIGHS, West Rrattlcbovo, Vt. (35) PHOENIX HOUSE, BKATTXEBOItO, VT. Feb. lit', 1847. Iy23 P. SIM...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 17 June 1847

2L 3?S!3ssaJfi rym tiiiwiiiii jnTBttMMWWwMwca ii iiimii u . r-twr Anolltcr Ualtlc hi View. Tlie ndvnnco of our army to I'ucbla takes us a liltlc by surprise. From iho previous accounts we were led lo think that Gen. Scott had charged his designs after Iho departure of tho old volunteers, ond would remain in Jalapa, with hi vanguard, at 1'crote. Out it appears our frst opinion, that he vtould push on without awaiting for reinforcements, is tho must correct. Gen, Worth lias entered Iho largo town of I'ucbla, and received tho courtesies of the high dignitaries of the church the most po tential authorities in Mexico. Santa Anna, In the meantimeabandoning his position at Orizaba, has pushed ahead of Worth, with his usual promptitude ond rapidity, on the road from Puebla to Mexico. Wc thought that his object would be lo harrass the rear of Gen. Scott, to cut off his communications, and capturo his trains with guerrilla parties. But it is rumored, and tho lone of the Mexican papers gives c...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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