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sustain the national honor, when Scott, detained at Puebla for want of troops, found himself seriously comprom themselves to the defence of cities and forts like Puebla and Perote, and to harassing the Americans with theeffort which has secured the victory. Perote and Puebla fell into the hands of the Americans without a strunly numbered forty-five hundred men when it entered Puebla. The large train, from which it could not separateo was condemned to inactivity on the table-lands of Puebla. But this want of foresight was soon followed by a of Vera Cruz and Perote, were gathered together in Puebla, where six hundred able-bodied men and six hundred the Americans to abandon their communications with Puebla rendered it necessary for them to keep their lines ands and the high chain of mountains which separate Puebla from the interior basin of Mexico. The heavy rainsd he yet given up the game. His sudden attack upon Puebla is an evidence of his daring and of the resources o