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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 March 1855

9il ' J ..... . i. f: .I v j ;y :u PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. - V - . , " "Truth and Justice." ; . ' . ; . , ...... . AT 11 50 IN ADVANCE lume XX. ; GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, MARCH 22 . 1 85 5 " : , . Number .17. ''''''''''l [For the Gallipolis Journal.] TO COUSIN H V*****. ilj heart is like a May -born flower, -- , Oped by the south wind's sigh, ". .- Nurtured by dew and sonny shower, ' Beneath, a genial sky! . ; Lone with, her breath like zephyr's sigh . ' "'Showers on my heart soft dew, ind brightly as the summer sky Bends o'er me friendship true. I would that as the grateful flower, - Gives fragrance rich and sweet, So my faint heart had but the power T render tribute meet . Accept its gratitude, I pray, Its kindliest thoughts are thine, " May (here be ever round thy way True friends as are round mine. GALLIPOLIS. O. M. A. R. WHAT A PAIR OF ANDIRONS COST. Peter,' said my uncle, knocking the ashes from his pipe, and laying it on : the corner of the mantle-piece, and then fixing his eyes ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 March 1855

THE JOURNAL. EDITED UD PUBLISHED BlA JAMES HABPEB, tWAt 81 60, ,in variably in France. uaxlipolis. tHlTBSDAT, JUB. 22, 1855 ; ' y We have been so closely confined . to the mechanical department of our oSee the past week, that no opportuni - ty has been afforded to express our - views on the various subjects of the day, particularly that aH-absorbing topic, fen- . ring the public cow-pasture and repair ing the pomps. But the ball has been ; set in motion, and by the time the old fogies revolve it in their minds that a , spirit of improvement has been mani- - fested in our midst, the pasture will be enclosed with a neat and durable fence. ' (he rusty ' pumps-handles, that have pointed at our present board of Trus tees for the past ten months, will be bright and polished from constant use. and our whole town will receive such an impetus that it will take an age of " constant drawback on the part of these old drones to cheek it. We shall en' , deavor to give the matter more atten tion n...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 March 1855

Tai Battls-told OH THa Rio ""GiLiifD A correspondent of the N. O. Picayune, writing from Brownsville in February last, says: I hare just retnrned from a riait to v the battle ground of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma, bat scarcely a ves ' tige remains to denote those fields which redound so touch to the gallantry of , our regular army. On the former field - a cannon ball is occasionally picked up, which is the only indication that it was erer used, ezsept for the peaceful pur poses of grazing the large herds which . at present roam orer it. At the Besaca de la Palma the faint outlines of the redoubt which the Mexi- cans occupwu in iu west usu ui tuo -Besaca are still visible, bnt so over grown with brush and undergrowth that they can scarcely be followed. One or 'two trees still show marks of the strife; and a few shreds of old shoes and an oc casional battered eanteen are also to be found in the chaparral; but there is vinnnrht 1co tr, show that here was the - - 1 .1. . I 1 .1. sc...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 March 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC. ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC. NEW YORK, March 14. 1 lirerpool date to the 27th, being seven " days later.' 1 - - ' Cottok. The sales for the last tea ; flays were 51,000 bales, 2,000 of which were on speculation and 1,000 for ex port, being decline of ; Orleans fair M middling 5J; nplandfair 5; niid- " dting 4. ' Gladstone. Herbert and Graham hare .-resigned and the Ministry has been re constituted. . ' . - -1 A battle was fought at Eapatona be tween "Omar Pasba and Liprandi, in : which the Russians were repulsed. ' - &tcoD Dssfatch. Gladstone, Her- bert and Graham hare resigned because 'Roebuck's motion for a committee of " inquiry into the management of the war was earned. The Cabinet is re modelled hat there Is no important ' change, except that Lord John Russell is Colonial Secretary. .' . Joseph Hume is dead. The Vienna Conference will be opened in a tew days. All parties express anx iety for peace. ' '- . ' It is officially announced by the allies that on...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 March 1855

' A-r-"'.SaTXfc Kii '.- ifcl" .7f.: fq-'; iviT WjC .,11. i'i ij i i Oil! J5 I) .li. i iO PJtTM " v.-.f .7 A ' trualH'tr ni vj'.t a V? -4; ;; fj.fl -J- rfji.:'.' ' V-.-i'V.-'i t1 ,v. OrfT -.;!.: :-. ':.:--T.!aJ jf' i 1 . J r - r - 1 -r" ,.-r mB l m - r r- - 1 . I i -- 7 7-v. ir t fc. I W im n. sr.-.-r . . - - I B 1 J ' Ww 1 .1 2 A i IfWV I" 1 I i i- Ifl ..... I: I' I I . Hi HI- 1 ;l Lin I , ,r ...K, ,:c- ,1 In: "Tnsri - -r --t ... -i ; ?-,; r ; ,-' -. . . ..." PUBLISHED BY JAMES HABPEK.. . . ' - ; :- , ..'' -' .:,;iv,,"Trtk:iBi Jlliee.M- ' ' . ATI 60 15 ADYAKOt YIiiine rXX.'-;';"::'':v.lV.: GALLIPOLIS; OIIXOV MARCH 29. 1855:; ; Number 18. IN THE MEADOWS. IN THE MEADOWS. BY BAYARD TAYLOR. -a) t Ga in tfc inmner meadowy : jr i In-the ineloT illooe, . : ? r -; tTith tb infinite sky above m, . . And the sua so hia mid-dj throoe. r The smeQ at the flowering grasses . -7-f Ie eweetor than any roee, - Aad a fciUioe rf happy iaaaeU ' Sing j the Tann repose. :, . t The Aether lark, that it br...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 March 1855

THE JOURNAL. mcnxv jam pububbxd bt JAMES HABPER. 9 At ft 60, invariably in adVance. ttlLfjIPOLIM. Thursday, MAR. 29, 1855 Fiaa. On Sunday morning last 'smote u observed issuing from the wiftdW of tie room ceupied by the .Sbns of Temperance, in Mrs. Mason's large brick building, on Second street, -and an alarm being given, our eitisens Ynshed to the spot just is time to pre vent ilie most destructive conflagration probably that has ever befallen our town. The Sons of Temperance met fn wYiatw hall fiafiirrlftv witWI4 ekarirl vImi the janitor Je ft the fire in the store lad -nearly died out, but during the night fire corns tttiicafed to the floor near- the stove, by some means, and when dis covered" a hole was burnt through the , floor and joists sufficiently large for the -hall stove to fall through to the second floor. Four joists were burnt through on the third floor and a large hole burnt -through the floor in the room immedi-1 ately beneath. r Happily it was discov ered just in li...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 March 1855

GALLIPOLIS MARKET. Wednesday, Mar 28 1853. JW, $8 50a9 OO 5 Wheat, . 1 6u0 Ou'Bacoa, : " 10 Cora, 6ujOo0n,ck, .; 10li Oats, 40 ,11. 0. Sugar, 6to Flaxseed, ISSLoafdo, 10il3 PoUtdM, 1 eOtol 25NOMolawe,' 25 Onions, SOBiee, i & 68 Dr-d Apples,lr atfTaa .-A. ... ; - Peaches, . ;Hi Y.Btsou, 25toT5 LaM.keg, "' 8 Imperial, 50U1OO Feathers, 40 GOnpoWder,- 3075 Rags, - 3;Br lntat , 4 to 0 s Ginseng, - 90 Hails, '. " 5to Beeswax, . ., i 20 Lard Oil. 60l 00 Butter, ' ' " ' . 15 Linseed Oil, 901 00 Ben, r ; 12;Whiskey. " , 0000 .Cheese; . ' tfcStfRed Beans, 154 Ottckeas, 1 00l,50.Whito ." -I 750 00 Baltiper bushel. 50l; r.. . . ; ' CINCINNATI MARKET. March 24 P. M. Flour, heard of to-day was BO Dris. WextraVat t8 60. The supplies rare jrery light, comprising only 652 brls. .Of Unun, 400 bush, uata sola u sod 3,600 bash. Corn to Arrive, at 66c We also beard .of a sale of 10,000 trash. Corn, deliverable on the Wabash, at 5tfo. f White .Corn is rery scarce, and commands 70c. r Provisions The m...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 March 1855

THE RECIPROCITY TREATY IN FORCE By President the United States of America. A PROCLAMATION. Whereas by a act of the Congress of the United States, approved the fifth day of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, entitled "An act to carry into effect a treaty between the United States and Great Britain, signed on the fifth day of June, eighteen hundred and fifty-four," it is provided that, whenever the President of the United State shall receive satisfactory evidence that the Imperial Parliament of Great Britain and the provincial Parliaments of Canada, New Bruns wick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward's Island have passed laws on their part to give full effect to the provisions of the said treaty, he is authorized to issue his proclamation that he has such eviden ces. - And whereas, satisfactory information nas Deen received oy me mat ine im perial Parliament of Great Britain and the Provincial Parliaments of Canada, XT T : -1. TtJ c- 1 t- . new DrunswiciL, uovaocoua ana I nn...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 April 1855

v r- r. ..iv i . T: ?a - . - , . " t - ft . .- -' ." 4 ' - C.S ..-.-: T i" " " ' " - PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Truth and Justice." - t . . -.-.. -JT : - - - - . "Volume XX. GAL LI POL I S , OH I O, MAY 5; 1 855 .r:- v : ' "1 . i . , t-1.T-- " : --.Number). - fc . . . . . , in i i;i 11 [From the Buffalo Morning Express.] OLD LETTERS. Thm'a a package of old letter in tie little rose-wood Do, Which.the key tied to this locket, worn npon Hi ucajfc UIMUCaSJ tTill you go and get the package, and the let ten read to me? I hare tried to do it often, bat, for tean, I -t could not see, . ..i- Toa hare brought them thank you, darling ' now sit down npon the bed. And lift gently to your bosom my poor throb- . bine, burning head; Bead the blessed words distinctly, that I luae noteren one. Oh, the precioaa hand that penned them, its last work for me is done! Bat if yon should erer see him, wham I nerer . roore shall sea, Tell him that the sweetest solace, his dear let ters were to me; That I ner...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 April 1855

THE'JOURNAL. . kditid axo fvbuchks st iA&ISS SABVSA, JAt f I 50, invariably hi advaneeV GALLIPOLIS. THTJBSDAY. . - APWL 5, 1855. - .Tb Eucctkw. Cur torn for tSe . 'past weeX has Been fn a fever of excite mt-BiiT -maTTed bV the "talk oirj 7 .1 , - ltano in tlie creat City Of H Tort Never before at a corporation election was there as much eross-firing. Astonishing at it may eem a large num ber of the voters, whose interest was decided! in favor of improvements, were short-sighted, enough, to array themselves with' the old fogies in oppo sition" to tie reform part y. The tem perance question was secretly sprang, without any just cause, and by this man eeurre we were enabled to elect but a portion of our ticket. - However we elected a Mayor, David B. Hebard, Esq., and two Trustees, Edward Dele tombe and John Sanns, Jr.; being a tie rote between Peletombe and Care, the Judges drew lots, which resulted in fa vor of the former.. The opposition elected their Eecorder, Robert Black, and ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 April 1855

X5T E is stated that OoL Wm. Walk er, the .humbue- President of the hum bug Republic of Sonora, hat received 1 donation of 62,000 acres of land from the Government of Nicaragua, and that be is about to set sau for that country. Doubtful. . -'u"''"i 7 CoPHcrt Bi.trrrt.-'-We have reeeired a private letter. from a gentleman of character at Council Bluff from which . we copy the following. -ti' It i dated March 10th: . - -O " "More building will be done here this season, than has ever been done before. We hate had the most pleasant winter I have ever seen; neither snow or rain to interrupt the travel.- The roads hare been as solid as a barn floor all the time. and while I am writing the weather is more like May than March." . ' Lewis Newsom,. BOUNTY Land and Pension Agent, Gallipolis, Ohio, will attend at his office, to receive claims to prosecute Until notice is given to the contrary. April 5, 1855. ' ' ' - GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY, !The Most Valuable Spring and Summer -; . y Medicine in t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 April 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. Confirmation of the Death f the Em - pror of Raiti- Hi Son Alexander ".Qcistlj iettled'ofi tie,Throne cLCb Kmrire T Wr. Policy of Russia ol a be Changed Probable Rnp- . "ui Between France and England .The Cotton Market" Unsettled ' Breadstufi Lower. "" .; :-T,.rJ e JNiw Yoai, March . Tbe teamer Atlantic, with 'advice from. .Liverpool to the I Oth nil,' has arrived at thi " port. She bring one week'a later " from all parts of Europe. c ' - y COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. . The Cotton market at Liverpool open-1 ed active, and price in the fore part of the -week, advanced fuiiy-fa, out to ward the close, ue market became dull, and price declined id holder press; ioz their clock on the market. The sale duripw the week reachd 87,000 bale, of which speculators took 17,000 bales, and exporter 12,000 do- . . ,,. Breadstuff , of all kinds were dull, and price lower.. Wheat had declined 2d per bushel; Flour: la per bbl., and eorals, perquarter i.- Baring's Circular eajs a ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 April 1855

. r i f: Yi"1:! i-T"'V , - V-l ? -l " - - tern i i 1 j- ir- .r--. -i 1 -1 irf.-A ' PUBLISHED' BY JAMES HAEPER. ; "Truth and Jaitice." AT tt 50 IN ADVANCE Volume rX.X.r GALL IPO LIS OH I O APRIL 12 . 1 5 5 i IV '4 1 7 " l-i Number, 20." fas -t.: IK- : ... j.r. v j I..;;-.-!:- .. SB' [From the Cincinnati Gazette.] THE SOLDIERS OF SEVENTY-SIX SlowtyrfeeMylliey nsiirckh ,l! :, from th oeD roorUl triie; r i J ; '-'r Arms reversed nd bannera trailing j vr From the battle-field of life; Eearen bless those soble patriots Honor to thai gallant band! ' r- , . CbeerthevhsamviUis bkMrap? - v' - Gits then fold with pei hao41..-i. j-L Ah, theif Hvi wereoften penf dj "t"7. '3 RTien trith Washiagto they stood; . And how oft foet-sore and weary, , Hare their paths been track'd WKh blood, Soldiers of the Kevohrtion! ' -' ; Have j oar "rations' and your "spay," . Been dealt out in liberal meaadret -. ; i t.:i 4 BaTe ye naught against nsf-rsayl - : Was h not their rater ()roide:' 'i-'U - "' - BT.Ae "Go...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 April 1855

THEJOURNAL. fDITXb A1T PtTBIStI n " 7 AXUXB8HA&FEB. IS At 91 60. invariaWV in advance. ALL I PO LIS. fHUBSDAT,- - APRIL IS; 1855. Ciif CRnriTi Elictiojt. Jas. J. Faran, the Democratic candidate for Mayor, is elected orer Jas. D. Taylor, the Know Nothing candidate, by 965 majority. - .Almost the entire Democratic ticket is elected, and the candidates have . been jSworn into office. Bat it appears the election has been contested by the AmerJcaii party. - We see by the Cin cinuatf Enquirer of Sunday that s writ pf quo warranto was granted against the Democratic candidates, to whom the city clerk had granted certificates of v their election.. The information was filed by Messrs. Logan, Huston, Porcell and Probaseo, who state" that they were fleeted to o&ee according to the legal returns of the respective wards, and they desire that the candidates to whom the clerk granted certificates shall ap pear and show by what authority ' they bold their offices. The matter was to be brough...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 April 1855

tTDr.RoolUnft German Bitten are justly reckoned among our most valuable medicines. In eases of Dyspepsia, h acta like magic, ntrewrtiening the tone of the stomach, stimu- feting the digestive powers, tod giving ruddy health to tie cheek mod bngktneea to um ere. There US thousands in .this community Who can testify to their virtues, and thousands will hereafter add their testimony. . Sr. C. M.Jack son, 130 Arch st between Sizth.'Fhiladelphis, prepares this valuable article. March 29, 1855. ETOLD SORES. ULCERS, and all erOp- tions and diseases arisinff from an Impure or depraved state of the blood. See the extraor dinary cure of Mr. Win. O. Harwood, a highly respectable ehiien of Bichroond. Vs., by Car ter's Spanish Mixture. Ee had ulcers, and ores of the worst description, and finally got so bad, he wss unable to walk, except on crutches. A few botUes of Carter's Spanish Mixture, the great blood purifier, cored him, as it has cored hundreds of others who have suf fered with rheumatis...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 April 1855

We copy the following from the Cincinnati Commercial: Y.. '"-.We learnt from. private eormponi deuce that (be ateamer Yuba, which left here in febusryy'with number of J. 8: soldiers, Recruits from Newport bar yackf,. for ArkansaV river, is in tight place : Before- reaching Napoleon, the mouth of: the Arkansas the smallpox broke out atnonc the soldiers.'' and the (oat. was not ' permitted to land at that port, ;,,When last heard front she was laid op somewhere Hp the Arkansas, The troops were suffering from disease - and want of food, aad a requisition had been made upon Capt. McClelland of the New World; for government stores. The Captain declined . delivering the stores until freight and charges on ithe same were paid, and at last accounts the United States 'officers on' the Tubs were about marching with a body men to take possession -of the govern sent rations on the New'Worid. 1 The water is too low for the ' boat' to ascend Arkansas rivers i L t- . .r:n , . . . i . , ' .JtiF.The...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 April 1855

-i"Kr 4w yv .d..y JO dm ' 0 V PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." Volume XX. AT 'ft 60 IX ADVANCE GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, APRIL 19. 1855. .Number 21. - THE SCHOOL HOUSE. BY J. A. BLACKMON. Hard by the broad and dusty street Where maples throw a cooling shade, And frequent tread of playful feet A bare and beaten track has made; . The school house standeth, old and rode, And there a score of jears hath stood. Tfce windows, eurtarnless and bare. Are often marred with a broken pane, Until the shrill autumnal air. Or wintry blast beat through again; And the rude benches and the walls Are rough with uncouth cuts and scrawls- The rill that bubbles sparkling by, Has not a free unbroken flow; Its floods, quaint, mimic mills supply, - And infant navies o'er it go; And where it slain bars still and wide, . The boys in winter skate and slide. And pass'ng by the half-oped door, Too hear the teacher, loud and clear. Pouring his precepts evermore Into the young and listless ear. Patience and...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 April 1855

fflB JOURNAL. xditxb a so rmunns xt JTAXSES XX ARPSR. -atSTAtvI 60, invariably in advance (iiu-iroLh. iTHTJBSDAT. APRIL. 19, 1855 X3TTbe folTowing officers were ap ixuhUd by tie Town ' Council, at their last njeetrng." Ttey are air good, capa ble men: ' Board of Health Dr." E. Horgan, John Hntainptllar. L. P. Magnet, V. M. Flror and Motes Gates. ' '- Police Jas. McLaughlin, E, Davis, S. C. Thompson, F. Mathers, Thomas fiifl and B. F. Sprague.. ; Fire. Wardens C. Creuxet. J. Hut- sinpniar. H. Langley and E. Dele tombe. ' ' JTarsbal Julius R. Baxter. -Weigh Master Peter A-Sanns. Measure Mister Robert Black.. ' Treasurer Martin Van den; ' Warden E. Deletombe. . " Market Clerk Jobn BanSari . ". yKev. lax Esdt" preached at the Methodist E. church, in this town, on Sunday morning and evening last. He is a Tcry able dirine, and those who .listened to him were handsomely re paid for their attention. There are some first rate singers in the Methodist church, and we are pleased to see x dis p...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 April 1855

T7ISH1 FISH! I 1 0 bbls. White Fish; X1-15 half bbls. White Fish;- -. 10 bbls. No. 1 Lake Salmon; 1 5 half bbls. No. 1 Lake Salmon; for sale low, by .- ' - HENEING & CADOT. Ipril 19. 1855. TEACHERS EXAMINATION. THE Board of School Examiners of Gallia coantv -will hold meetings at the court boose in Gallipolis on " Saturday, May 5th, at 9 A.M., ' : Saturday, June id, " " . For 0e examination of Teachers undei the "act to provide for the re-organUatioo. super ' Tision and maintenance of common schools," passed March 14, 1653. -By order of the Board, April 19. '54. P. B. HEBARD, Sec'y. : SHERIFF'S'SALE. ri obedience to two writs of rendi to me directed from the Court of Com ' mon Pleas of Gallia county, I will ex ... pose to public sale at the Court House v m Gallipolis on the 21st day of May, 1855, atone o'clock P. M. on said day the following described real estate, to wit: fourteen and one-half acres of land taken from off the east end of twenty tine acres, (29) of the west end o...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 April 1855

Ths Wit Storuiso or the Mala koff Rioocbt. Describing the recent storming of a Russian redoubt by the French, the London Timet ears, edito rially.' ., . . .- , - . . . "R appears by the last accounts that the purpose of the allied generals is aUIl fixed on th prosecution of the siege, by means of a bombardment, fol lowed by an assault. Two experiment ta! attacks hare been made by thf French in -two different ways, which! serve- to show that it is not easy to gain i J . :.JnMiM. n-Jk4 a ttuvantagw utcj w iucieKigw tximnist. It annears. from botn ine Russian and French reports, that on the night of the 2 1st of February, the Rus sians succeeded in throwing p with great rapidity a new .redoubt on the right bank of the careening harbor. ,. - "Within forty-eight, hours General Oanrobert resolved to force the new posi- tion, and the attack was made before the work had been completed. A large body ot rrencn troops, under General Monet,' advanced on the night of the 23d against this redoubt...

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