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ylor, with whom he remained closeted for some hours, and is now on his way to Washington.
It is supposed his mission has some connection with Santa Anna, but upon this point he is silent.
He, however, makes public the intelligence that California has declared itself independent of Mexico, and thrown herself upon the protection of the United States.
This is but the first move in the game I have long since anticipated.
We learn, moreover, that a regiment of infantry is to go out in the North Carolina (74) to California, other troops having preceded them.
We are then to have California at all hazards, and Mexico, I am sure, will never yield this point until she is forced so to do. I look, then, for a long war—at least for no speedy adjustment of our difficulties, unless England should advise Mexico to yield to our requirements.
By the blessing of God I continue in excellent health, and trust this will be continued.
The army is in excellent health, considering its exposure and the