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Oregon City, (Oregon Territory,) Thursday, July 13, 1848,
F Dm pet .
A Taar la lh Nati-th caul t "lit.
Ma. Editox Por the military opera
lion of llw last campaign, I refer you to
the proper officers tail lo the pig of tho
Ilut knowing your predilection for Mui
dlt Onion, and hiving rtcrntly tkrn a
oonaldtrakle tlroll oyojr the northern par
tlon of it though not accustomed to keep
ing a dlary or Jouroalltlng iflany way
I look theeo few rough note specially fW
Friday, May 24, Having been long
elno apprised of the evil oansplraoi! and
maohlnatlon of the Ceyueet, and other
Indiana agalnit our mltslonarie at Tshl
makaln, and being apprised, on yesterday,
by leltart from the missionaries at that
place, of their rtoent removal lo a Hud.
eon'a Bay Port for protection, and being
now on the head of Poluee river, within
ISO mile of their elation, 00 men volun
leered under Major Magcne to go and ten
der aid lo our brother and altlar Amtricatu
whoea live we considered every hour ex
posed to danger. 81 out at norm, travel,
ed due north 9ft milea over rolling pral.
nr-, scattering pine timber toll aimllar lo
the ttil upland in Muttmri; encamped on
the north fork of I'uluee river
Saturday, May 37 Traveled about 40
milra In ilav. oit land lhat in anil and an
iterance alimlar lo that ofyelefda
- vegetation ili.li and luxuriant
.Vba.rtM 9Sf'iniiilrv Imtoinea more
broken and gravelly. .oil not ao good- , "." '' ".timers an.lt u.tnina, tolcai.l,
.i.nUri.iere..ing-eide.tyarproarlng '"I"' "'". or 'G""""' '"' 'lf
attrrnn; traveled III mile, and ene.mp I'"" l'.l.u l format... .. "An ml. Ill
ed on (lie Spok.n m.r, (a branch of the , P ' ' ","nl" '""" hpriic i far
tV.lu.nl.,..) a betutiful and ver) ra,., I"" "''" " l--"l- "" '"l"
.Itrui', nearlbe die of the WillemeMe rivir
:!,e Indian. ery k ly assisted u. in crr-a Tnur.day - -IWnl tin. morning near
, llhr,r tMfn the fall, of .P, wl.itl. I .... told, if
,V.m.dL.O.-ro.e.!th..r.ver.an.l.ai,", ' ". '" ' p-' '" '"'K1'' '"'
a number of ihe Spo'.eu. who lived clot.-
fter irav.liiiL- l6.n.lr.aero.lhc'e,,- I rrgrrttr.1 ni.irn noM.arninpti.ai
mountain, r camt In alghl of one of no
li re' "inott tweet and peaceful tctnra"
that I ever beheld a perfectly level pral.
t... vfttlf-v. nflli rl, tiral aiiil and veirrla.
non-aboul 10 mil., long and a wide; al
tbe wmhrail comer of which tlood the
nr.t little building and pleasure garden.
..f Ihe mlMlon-lhe whole .urrouml.d by
i..r.. i .,.!.- 1,111. . i,i,.lMv.
It the .r, e.rance of a grand amphitheatre.
Near the bc.i.e. and garden, and .1 the
..,t of a lofty bill, nature pour, forth one
ofbcr.wc.,,.1 liulr foui.l...... hlcl. in J
,l,e la.guage of the naliua. I. call. ,1
.TaliimaUln.- hentr the name or lb.,
mi..io... We had j.i.l arrived, ond nn-'
furled our l-nner from the lP of the
houae, when Mrurt
ra Eel it Walker, with '
)nung Mr. Iwl, having heard we were
coining, came from Colville. It we a
meeting of joy. They teemed incapable
of rxprraaing thrlr gratitude and thank
for the little protection and aatialance we
had come to offer j they did not fear the
lead from their own Indian; yet, contid.
ering the prrcariou, not to tay dangerou
condition of affair throughout the whole
Indian territory, they thought it beat for
both themtrlvei and the board, that, for a
while at lean, they withdraw until matter
auume a more paolRo aapect. They had
come to thai conclualon before our arrival;
l he re fore, their joy at our pretence.
Tuesday, 30, Mlatlonarlca act out to
day for Fort Colville, 70 milea, to bring
tin Ir famillea on ihe way to Ilia Willamette.
Wtdnttday, Tkwiday and Friday, wait,
d at the mUelon for the return of the fami
Ilea. Saturday, JuntB. Miealonarle and their
famillea all come. Truly like aweel flow.
era in a lonttome wild la the appearanoe
of lovely women and children in a aavago
land. A number of tMr Indian came
In to-day to talk with and bid adieu to
their friend. They aiked many que.
liona concerning the length of their ab.
aence, and on being told that when all
thing became ealm again, their teacher
would return, they teemed much better
aatUfied. They gave the Indiana a num
ber of little prevent of domeitio article
and vettelt of tmall value, but amounting
to a great deal with them. In tha evening
we Uartrd, (leaving young Mr. Lewi
there wilh hone lo like the remainder of
the moveable property to Colville, to whom
and to hit worthy father many tbtnktare
due for their kind proteollon, and attlt
tanoe of the miulonariea at that place
from the ftrat outbreaking of hottllllle,)
and came 8 or 8 milea, crowed flpokan
river and encamped for the night. The,
noxt day being Habbath, ho rettid.
Sunday, June 4. Had Divine service
twice in camp to-day, and a I llttened to
thn devout strain nf the ewret PailmlM,
" HkhI b Ih. wink my liwl and Kinf ,
To.U tlijr liama fit. think and iiig,"
utlsrnd by tliu toft and plaintive voko nf
woman, I wae Involuntarily Iril to exclaim'
Thrn U no lf on earth o nrtct
As lb human t,n tllvtn t
Khortly after, we bad eervlte in another
part of llm camp, performed In the lan
guage of tlir natlvca a number of them
having followed u that far to tako a le.t
and euV'llonaln leavo of their preceptor".
I am much bettor pleated wilh lb Hpo
kana then any oilier Indian I have anen,
niul I hain rraeon to hope that the ml,
aioiiary labor at that place hac not been
in vaiu. ,
Monday, Jam ft. Tin morning bid fam
well, for the lat lime, In all iheHpokaf.,
(ate two who tame with u to Snake riv
er) traveled about !tt mile nver a inont
beautiful rolling country, and encamped
on Kuck oreek.
Tutlday, II. Traveled about '.'ft miles
(n.diy, peil a beautiful lake some H nr
10 mile long, cnend wilh iiinumeralle
fowl. Thia lake la the li.nl of Poluae
riier; country broken, riicimpeil al a
large ledge of ha.alltc r'.k.
W'r.lnriday, 7 I'aaaul the .lay riiite
it-, it ..-
llie ioi.ii.aii of Madam
Walker, win i ruing cm the natural hi.
t.trv of tin- rigioii, tharacter nf ihe no
'" "') "!" " '"' ''"' "'"' ' ,ur ."
we pnv-l near llieni, till It , ton laic.
C'muu d Hnake rier at nn in Pnlutt-
cantwa, and came nn and encaniiK-.nrar
the place where, a few werka Ik fori1, bail
jii'ii.minnd ou. long and bard battle on
' ?"''' 0 Starii d rarh , and came i
J Tuil.lr lul n.n, where we .ncam.l
'"'fn' Mde an e,K ai.ii and
'"l'"1 H "''I"' b"'" '' , ' ""
J ' ,"" "'c' "
" noul.lrii.B ruin.of the fbrnatir
habitation of their worthy brother and a. ..
I h-y frlcl but a hour or two and
' uu' " f,w ,mIt"' ".cainped till
Monday, whu. the) will umtu.ue tb.ir
w ,0 "' " '"'""' "
our good I'lllxeiia men- give inciii a wci
coma reception when-, may they lito in
win', coiilinlnwiit and happincat, until
ordered rUewhere bj Ihoae for whom they
lalair ; and that they and their children
may forever enjoy the tnnlr of the great
(mkI of the acraphim and heathrn, i the
heart' aentim.'iil of a
For Hi. Hprelator.
Ma. KntTou Would It not l- wtll to
oik n a place in tint column of the Specta
tor fur children' instruction and aniuae-
nirut ? They aro a pah and parcel of
ouracltca; they form a chief part of our
ocial joy and comfort., and ahould we
not npt'll to their jn ou. hourt and active
iiiiuda, a theme of inlerrat, found in many
of our excellent Mriodicala cat! of the
inountalu I Wo are doing nobly in tu
tabling an well our prracnt publications,
but aro not able lo aupport, aa yet, per
haps, ono exclu.ivcly for children. Let
II lake particular caro nf the want of
our youth, for, u un traiu them, ihey will
be our glory or our thamc; a they ad
vance to occupy our plaoea in the ooun.
oil of our nation, or a head of fatnillc,
Ihey take their place tide by aide with in.
I hap wen the following idea tomewhero
expniucd, and I think with great truth I
II No young perton can cherlali a wicked
and vile charaotrr, and al the tame timo
love Ihe toolety of the young." How true
it it that the grew feeling of an unruly
yward youth aro uncongenial lo the
and purer heart or an Inltnl, untainl
a yet wilh the cold deception of a
kd generation of peraont. Who can
not look oacH wiin aorrow ai mo urai ia.w
hootkevrn though it appeared al the timo
to be ImL-an equivocation, and had ihe
aemblanoe of all exouae In hack il. Let
ut watch cloecly the Aral budding of a
wicked heart in our child ; ll ua careful-
ly, calmly and firmly check it, and, when
penitent, ahow a frco and full forgiveuett.
Ilut lei ue alao ihow In our child the real
abhorrence whiohthe great Cod hat lo an
open, or a concealed ialtehond,
D. C. W. 8.
Tim Pint mtMihaxMl.
There onte lived In a city, far over Ihe
mountain, a little boy and girl, who had
good parentt lo tell Idem what wa right
and whatwaa wrong. They lived In a big
brick houte, around which grew very
man) pretty (lower. On one tid of ihe
bouM wat a wide pnroh and a good brick
walk under the porch, to that when the
wtathar wat ttormy they oould play un
der the orch and be dry. Oi the other
tide, and al one end of the bouw, I litre
grew houeyiucklo, anowballt, grapevine
rov buthe., among.! which wat large
buah of while meca which bad climbed to
tho lop of ihe wall, and dropping it grace
ful head, nearly cow red tho eccond ttory
window from view. The honeytucklo,
joining with the rose in luminer lime, cov.
ored the window entirely. Beneath thia
wi,dow, a well a over a largearden,
them grtw dtfTohU, tulip and a great
many other very beautiful (lot jtt. The
mother uf thia little- boy and girl wat very
fond of thcte llowtra, and beatowed very
great care upon lliem, vi.iling them darly,
weeding them, and during the hot tummer
lay a, watering them in order to keep them
from Tiliiiig. Tin mother ued to lake
tin little bo) and girl oul into ihe garden
wilh her, and leach Ibcin the names of the
different hrul, plant and flower, aim
how to like care of them, .'ill gave them
a little corner forilieiiiiieltea, and allowed
them flower of their own lo cultivate.
The mother wa not unmindful of their
am, and while .lie cultivated lliit beau
tiful gnrdiu, al. forgot not to train her
little children in the right way. O,-.. day
,1)11. little ho) had done wrong, aud hia
goo.) mother knowing that he had done
, wrong, puniahed him, for the feared lhat
I ho might grow up a be' man. A toon
i at ihe little boy waa whipped ho ran away
I into the garden, and, looking all around to
I tee if any one wt there, he went into the
daffidlN under Ihe .bailed w indow, and
I broke one of ibcin off, and ran nut of the
garden aa if nothing had been done. Ilia
mother aeeins him ua to quickly into
the garden, auapceted something wrong,
laothe went up atair and peeped through
Ihe rntcbuth and lioneyiucklc, .he caught
bun at hi bad work. She called him to
her a n a ho stepped out of the gar
den, and puniahed him for tin act ofdecep
Imn and mi.rhief Should the mother liato
asked her little boy about it after a abort
tune, he would perhtpt ue added a lie
to hi conduct already bad enough, but
I the waited not to talk or punish in Ihe fu
, lure, but al oner told her ton of hia great
wickcdiicu, and punished him aa a warn
ing for the future " lie lhat aparclh Id
rod haleth hit ton ; but he that lovelh him
chaalenelh him betimes." Pruv. xiii. o.
34 v. The good mother ha lieen long
incc gathered home to her fathers and
her find : the little loy hat grown to be a
man ; and aliltough removed more than a
thousand milt a from thai beautiful garden
and the good father and titter of hit joulh,
he ct recollects with pleasure the kind
mother who kept him from tlicjfrjf false
hood. I). C. W. 8.
Km Ihe 8petl.
Mr. Ei'iToa The w ithin i intended for
publication, and in connection with il (If;
il meet your approbation,) I thould I
pleaaed lo aay, for tho information of any
who may wiah to join the Colouring Com
pany, that there are now, in the Cayuse
country, grist and taw mills, blacksmith'
anvil and bellow, with tome tools, a quail
lily of iron, plows, harrowt,hoet, a crop of
wheat, easc, pniatnra and corn with al
moat every comcnlrncrt and facility for
forming a aettlcinent. Time, in connec
tion with the superior and peculiar adap
tation of lhat section of country to the
growth of wool, railing of bora and cat.
ll hold out Inducement lo the husband,
man not equalled by any portion of Wil
lamette valley while Ihe climate, for
health, and the scenery for beauty, can.
not be excelled by any tpo of earth.
Respectfully, II. A. O. LKE.
In consideration of ihe barbaroua and In
aiiflbrable conduct of the Cayute Indian,
at portrayed in Ihe missacroof the Amerl
can famillea at Waiilatpu, and the aubto.
quent courte or hottilitlee against Ihe
American generally ; and with a view lo
inflict upon them a jut and proper pun
ishment, at well aa lo aeoure and protect
our fellow. citizens, Immigrating from the
United State to thl territory, agalntt
courte of recklett aggreationt to long and
uniformly practised upon them by the aald
Ca)ute Indian; after coniultalioa with
Hi Excellency, Ceo. AaixxiTHr, Oov.
O. T.,and with hi advice and content, I,
II. A. O, Li t, Superln'l of Indian Affaire,
hereby declare the territory of aald Cayut
Indiant forfeited by them, and justly tub.
jeet to be occupied and bald by American
citltena, resident in Oregon. To encour
age such cjtixent to occupy and bold aald
territory, Captain Philip P. Thompeoo of
Yamhill county, Jamea Taylor, Eaq., of
C1lop county, and all Ihtlr aieoelatte,
with all other wishing to atttle there, are
hereby authorised to take and bold land
claim within the territory of the Cayuae
Indiant, according to the lawa of Oregon,
regulating 'he taking and holding of laad
claim ; and il i alao understood thai no
treaty stipulation shall, hereafter, be en
tered into wilh said Indian prejudicial to
Ihe interests of tuch eetilert, while they
conform to the law of the land.
In testimony of which, I subscribe my
II. A. G. LKE.
Supt. I. A. T. O.
l.tDUK DtrAITXINT, i
Orrgoo City, July 0, 1649. J
OatooH Cirr, June 34, 1 849.
Sir Inclosed It a letter from William
Mcllean, Bq., Chief Trader of ihe Hon
II. D. Co. at Ft. Kez Perce, containing
some intelligence relative to Indian affair.
which may be read with tome interest.
In connection with the transaction re
ported in that letter, allow me to tay lhat
a reward of CO blankeli has been offered
fitr the capture and delivery of any one of
the principal murderer tucl) at Telow.
knikt, Tarn -Sucky, ic, or half that amount
for their acalpt ; and 33 blanketa for any
one of Ihe common men concerned' in lb
maatacre. Thia reward wa offered upon
the faith of a aubtcription, which wa got.
tew wp In the reglmft, after II waa reeoL
ved that It waa useleta for the regiment to
pursue the flying enemy farther. The (act
that tuch a reward waa offered, wat not
known to Serpent Jaune at the time refer
red to in Mcllean't letter; but I am happy
to tay, il wat known lo Ihe Nex Perce,
and fatorabty considered by litem; and
that 1 have good reason to believe, that
aome of the moat influential men amongst
them are now laboring to gain that reward.
Permit me to intrude a little farther, and
tay, for tho information of all concerned,
that il is desirable lhat the peace of the
country should not be endangered ty ml
ionarie exposing themtelve to the fate
of our esteemed and lamented friends at
Waiilatpu. In accordance with Ihi de.
ire, an opportunity waa offered Rev'd
Mrurt. Eel ic Walker -.' making their
escape from the cMualtloa of av
treachery untwed by efficient milt,
protection; and I am; truly glad that they
improved that opportunity, and are now
taftly, and I hope, plcaaantly enjoying the
toclely of friend in Ihi oily. Upon the
tame principle, a note watdropt Ihe Rev.
Fa' t aa I pasted Wascopam, a copy of
which I enclose.
II. a.'g. LEE,
, Sup. Ind. Affair.
Ft. WAsrorAM, June IS, 1848
Rtv'd Metrieurt.A Superintendent of
Indian Affaire, it become my duty to in
form you, with all due respect to your sa.
cred calling, that it 1 desirable, no farther
missionary effort ahould be made with any
Indiana east of the Cascade mountain, un
til the pretence of well organ!) and die
ciplined troops, undor command of United
Stalet officer, ehall render auoh effort
aafe and judicious.
At present, tha relatione between the
white and Indian, are too precariou lo
allow missionary labor wilh the Indiana,
to be eitherprudent or effective of good.
So toon aa circumstance will allow, I
tball lake muoh pleaaure lo throwing wide
Ihe door of mlaaionary labor amoagtt lb
native, lo all dtrittian mil ti oajarir al
present, prudence demands thai It thould
le tlatti agalntt all.
With much respect,
1 have the honor to be,
Meatleurt. youroh't aerv'i,
To Messieurs. Blanchitt.
Respect good men when in their pre,
rnce If you do not fear them.
Pom Nsx Piacis, Juno 4, 1848.
Dttr Sir I loae no lima In communl-
eating with you, aa I am jutt put in pot
seal on of information which ta of great
importance to you all, and which I believe
lo be correct. PaUlis or Pierre, who I
encamped about 7 milea up the Columbia,
with a tmall party of Walla Walla, curing
almon, waa aant to me by Serpent Jaune,
to inform me that, aa aoon aa he reached
the Yakima, a day'a march from here, he
fell In with one or the murderer, whom lie
got lied by hi young men and hung on
the pot. He then Waned in aearch of an.
other on by the nam of Tnonat he who
Killed tne American mat attenaeo ine
grist mill be waa aald to be a abort die.
lane up upon another river ; but at 8r.
peni jaune earn nia meastngtr wnen atan
log to go after blm, 1 oannot aay what may
be nia feU. irrots) uua taiormautw, yaw
will be the beet iude. whether you thould
end a party immediately loattlst Serpent
Jaune, in caee thia Thomaa might be pro
tected by other. Depending on Patatia
mora than on Serpent J.-ne, I believe the
report lo be correct, and lhat there i no
treacherou design in it.
The good opinion entertained toward
me. by ih offvceri and men. it certainly
flattering, aad through you, air, I beg to
expreee my humble, but uncere acanow,
loac menta to them, and trutt that my con
duct will be ao regulated at to merit a
continuation or toe tame.
I feel particularly thankful to you, dr,
and the Doctor, tor he anxiety evinced in
regard to my health, and that of my fami.
ly it ia merely a cold with which we have
been trouble.; nowever, i iniorm you coin
that w are on the recovery, ao that it will
supersede lb necessity of sending medi
With etteem and regard,
I remain, dear, air, your truly,
Qr. Matter, S. H. GooDHUt.
From our Extra of U 11 last
Tery late) froa Earwjve Bcrwlav
U la FnsaKtAIMUcaiUaii
UM TUfmti my lmH' PhlUn
It3i Fiaiwbl wltli ates
By the arrival of tbe "Eveline," Capt.
Goodwin, w bar received tbe "Polyne
aiaa" of Jua 8d, taat, which brinp Intel,
liganoa oaeof tbe moat auddeo, unax
pectod, treaneadou aad overwhelming
out buret of popular feeling, which waa
ever before anywhere exhibited!! We
eee no notice of any further newa from
the United States, than that contained in
tbe following, which in no way particular.
Iv relate to Oreoon. The Polynesian
iiopitTrrom lb Britannia." of Feb. 38.
Each noat ha hitherto brousht only in
telligence of tbe spread of insurrection, of
inedltanectlonol the National uuaras, or
tbe falling off of the troop, and of the ri
ting nuje and increaiing confidence of
tnoae rati mataraorihe people which car
ried the Revolution of 1780 throush an
ocean of blood, desolated Europe for twen
ty yean with revolutionary wart.andover
threw the Bourbon dynasty in 1880 to raise
on lit ruin the Orleam monarchy. Ru.
mor, outstripping authentic intelligence,
telle of a dreadful and sanguinary atrus.
sle between the troops and the people
le between the troop and the people in
the wall of Pari, and of risings in every
part of France. But the grand facta,
tuning forth from the confuted detail
which reach us, are now placed beyond all
Louie Philippe ha abdicated.
The Royal family hat left Parit.
A Provisional Committee of Republl.
can 1 appointed.
event have marched with such (right,
ful rapidity that it I difficult to follow
them. The rapid victory of the Reoubli.
can party In Pari of the Mountain of
1847 may be beat gathered by the ex.
isac wnicn rapiaiy louowed each otner
the course of yesterday. At noon the
followinc waa received bv the eltctrio
telegraph from Boulogne :
'AJIsanectlon or troop.
Frightful Iota of life.
'Amien baa revolted.
'No mall baa arrived from Parit to day.
The railroad elation and barrier are
in Boeateaiop of the people. The rail are
taken up to a certain ditianoe from Pari,
to prevent Ihe troop arriving from the
'The aaorifice of life Is frightful. Some
of lb troop of Ihe line have refuted to
Amient baa aeoonded the movement.
'All communication! are cut off with
Paria. The mail and passenger returned
Two hour latec the telegraph brousht
yet mora startling news:
Abdication or ixuis rhitippe.
Loult Philippe ha abdicated.
The Royal Family hat left Paria.
The Count De Paria ia King.
The Duke De Nemourt.at Resent, is
'A Provisional Government 1 establish.
d, composed of Lamartlne, Ltbru Rollln,
Odillon Barrot, Marie, Arago, Garnler Pa.
g, Louis Blanc.'
A third arrival announced the Aboli
tion of Ih French Monarchy t
Paata, ThurwJay.'Pelw j!aV a"i
'A Provltlooal Oonnm tm'tmC'
formed aad la aitling at the Hotel Ml
le. The member are earn to pa,
Duponi de L'Eure, Laiwarttoe,' '
Rollra. Marie. Ferdinand CM
Blanc, Marratt (Editor of Use 1
and Gamier Pasca.
'The llepoaltlon ol Luia nuiff f
'Depotlilonof the Ktaf.
ti... .il h mm illimlMai"' 1
a Regtncy thould te fortaetl, mitt JttKf i
n,ll..rn,l.ii nmin ftwaat fMattM t'fi
coma of ace. Tbie baa bM ItUmL-'-
ana a rupuouc ia uwrm open. v. i vj
.. .. M 'j..... . .
'All J ant ia id use uutaa at ss ntttwsH. ,5-j
al Guard, the Tulleriea kava MM atxtev i'l
ed, aad the furniture aWroyod. . ,ii
Kuaf , Querns as4 Filaaie teM
allowed to depart without
They left in a Brougham. Tltrtvaajaj ,
were an wunarawa aoon leesT. ..(.:;, j
Soma Uvea ware loat bat art a1 M
great number. Mole waa Aral awaltljit
rejected by tbe people. M. M. IVHt
and Barrot were nest named awl tajM
. 'The Chamber met today, btttM atja
lilace overpowered the majority.
'Gamier Fag i Major of Paria.
A (trong goyanunti wui at atjfaev i
tied. ' y
A Republic on lb modal of iktVttmti.
Btata la propotea. ' ;,
M. Thlere and M.CMnioo Barm at
failed In forming an acceptaW Mllatrjr
The Palace of the Palais. Royal kti
been taken pottettion of by the pajfliyjft
tera great deal of carnage. Aa MMwk
wa made at one o'clock on tha PateW af ,
the Tuilerie. Tbe King abdloaletl la aV
vor of the Count De Paris. Tha DataV
eta or Orleana la proclaimed Rag eat
The Kins at ono o'clock left tbe Pat
ace of tbe Tuileri, eteorted by a ftttf
of the cavalry of the National Gaati. ami
teveral regiment of reftuar oayalr it
Ana oarnagwt weni oj use Hwayaw tats -y
barrier of Paaaey. "fi
1 rro vosmoer o syrpOHtsi atsf WJBW . .
ed itaair ra porwumeiict.' JM
-rara il slant v-
Tha Palaeai of tba Ttdkriaa la ia-sM'S
hand, of the National Gaard aa. atofwSll
nia. Tlia. sis Itnnalast law (kansssssslssBt VH
' ..--..-... . Vj
.1 " HLZ -- .'.-iv --c t
jutt paated, carryi
throoa-roorn or taa xaawttaa ;
ibouldera io triwaaaTiM'amgM
.T. - IJI 1. t JSttU.'
. soiaMr sa w s taajtf aaats ita
troop of the Una have fraUralaatl Wlab ap ,
National Guard; aad tbe Natkaal taaM t:4
wiin in people, aii unaroowrw awnswaai .-j
llu.n .IJm aT iVa Im im a af ijs 1C-J
I hear distant Bring while I wrM.
An attempt waa mad oa two n
Mlnister'a residence at 11 o'etaok, t
Tbe tooain baa bean eottaaal aM mj
throughout Pari. evu
I do not know that it will laaftaal
communicate any mor baVaa"aatt Iwar
with the Chambers. At ptaX taara la
no ppuibilily of patting. ,'
i be number of kuim M is a af
wards of 000, principally 1a tha I
hood of the Palalt Royal, and bstwaaa IhM
and the Tuileriea. .
The proclamaUone appointing M.'
m . uatton narroc uarai a Matt
Minister, are torn down ovary w ban ha
.L. Mil . w
It it said General Lamorickr ia WUt V
or at an event, wouooea.
The Ducbe of Orleana and IJwfajtsaf
d Paris wsnt to the Chamber at aaJf aajg
one, acoompaniea oy mo Aassa xaaNa) v
and a large party of officer oa borasaasai. s-M
i ne uuoneee waa in aeep mournuxg.
The people have penetrated lata al)
cellars of the Tuileries, and aro dsstiibaM
ting the wine.
eon o-cut. ,
The Ducheaa of Orleana, the Coaal )
Paria and tha Duke de Nemours bav ho
at Ihe Chamber of Deputiea, aad bay beaa
rejected by tbe Chamber, aad tha aatala
who penetrated into Ih Chamber. '
The Briliah Mail for India wat barM
by ihe French mob. Th coat of ana at
the British Embassy ia Paria ware aV
ttroyed. Great consternation prevajaasl 1
throughout Europe. Wa shall glva a, fif
taila in our ntt paper. N iv
Throughout rant, tb tatung waa
iMvavatnat fliiU. II A lisa nnlatfl.
vinol cins franc la Ut da GulasL la
de Guixot," were popular eria. k
peart that he had filled hie botal
troops, who nred upon ta popuia,
greauy iniunawa inara. j-'j1'.
It wa reported that most of tha saasaV.J.u
of Ih king hsd reachtd lUadaaiitt S
and had been well rolvd, bat tMM
bimaeir bad not naenad tioalaa,
Ut of March. Il waa niatorod ha
itnna lAina itniittn itHtiiaaaa
What hat become of GulaoCU a4 'ata
ted. Much pityra (alt for hUataaaW
anAnlttllv Ap hia SMI Mulku aai ttMSM
liouta fhiuppa abdioatedla aurorar
uount a rant, ana appoutM taa V
of Orleana Regent. SaawHlatwwTt
It la aid inatCMiaad.tM UsiMal
and SwitMriand had aJJusawltaaaat
UfJW V1VUaH I fU4'
4 M tUtPBnBtBU m rniM.
oi irw Briny, mna iim mi
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