Adams Sentinel 10/26/1846: "results of the war"
ab-sencer AJIVashingtpn leMerin the-N, Y. Journal of ! commercerspeakmg of the Mexican war, says : ■4s to .the, results of the :n;ar,_they must rLrrpfabe.t^^no w.n_ toy t he-. Gavernme.nl- than to any private individual ; and, so I§ UmAnejnQ&cinent gone.ihauhe Go erninenl cannot control its results. ioorrest the "war. nf he r,r«c-.r,f would be impracticable even if desired ' writ-1 ' * 1 t.^wo.i,^. > /, rnncv- imvp mKen into inei hands the conquest of Mexico and^ihey ,,u"- 11 — f"u me wnoie oi n, — witn rtr ,t,;ir.rt.,i .t,« ~~ f.z ~ '"... ^. .r...»,Mt mt ^ t.u-.u|)Krdiion oi ine government ol the llniiprl StnioQ T~~ ' blindness of Mexico on one siTh.', and the impulses of the American population on the other side, will insure the speedy con-guest of all Mexico. ' Ii is oLlitlle .importance what the administration may do in this war— whcther-lhey manage iUvelU or 1,1 — tor an trint was wanted was to set the ball in motion. The sacrifice of Taylor and all bis force, at Sail tuts — an event likelv enough— -will hut hasten and insure the destruction of Mexican nationality. - - —