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2, 296, 296, 298, 299, 301, 308-11, 312, 313, 316, 318, 321, 324, 330, 334, 343, 349, 351 Frothingham, 60, 60, 77, 100, 261, 287, 332, 333 Fuller, 229, 261, 262 Gage, 62, 64, 59, 69, 74, 78, 80, 81, 111, 161, 297 Gallagher, 346 Gallop, 261 Galvin, 179 Gammon, 349 Gannett, 104, 118 Gardner, 12, 13, 24, 38, 68, 94, 100, 118-20, 130, 131, 137, 140, 141, 143, 170-72, 178, 187, 194, 196, 204, 206, 208, 215, 251, 252, 270, 274, 308, 334, 344, 346 Garfield, 193, 262 Gasset, 164 Gates, 22, 166, 351 Gay, 32, 218, 262, 340 Gee, 24 Geier, 343 Geohagan, 262, 310, 326 Gerry, 69, 60, 190, 262 Gibbons, 6, 7 Gibbs, 172, 177, 343 Gibson, 166, 215, 252,348 Gilbert, 252, 310 Gilceas, 346 Gill, 44 Gilmore, 262, 309 Gilson, 219, 262 Gladdeus, 252 Glazier, 262, 263 Gleason, 218, 252 Gleison, 7 Goddard, 233, 252, 309 Goddin and Godding, 11, 12, 22, 262, 263, 299, 301, 328 Goffe, 7 Goldsmith, 262, 263 Goldthw
come in and help themselves, after the manner of the little roast pigs that ran about requesting to be eaten, have suddenly disappeared, leaving us therefore in grave doubt of the statement that they had "implored." Under these circumstances, General Gasset has issued a proclamation to the effect that the Custom House, Postal Department, &c., &c., being thus deserted, shall be administered by officers selected from the army under his orders, and that the Mexican tariff shall remain unchanged. Tppointed in his stead. The Mexican Cortez closed on the 15th after fully authorizing the President to adopt all measures he might deem prudent in regard to the "Spanish invasion." General Parrodi had been named Minister of War. General Gasset, of the Spanish forces, had established a custom-house in Vera Cruz, and Uraga had established another five leagues from the city. Juarez in his proclamation calls on all parties to give up their present quarrels and unite against the co