From a Tallahassee paper.
ANOTHER WAR. We have Just learned by an express from St. Marks, that one hundred and three Irish laborers arrived at that place yesterday from the St. Joseph's rail road, and in evening commenced a riot bidding defiance to the civil authority. A severe contest ensued with the citizens, amounting to about forty men, which terminated in the restoration of order. Fortunately, the citizens made but little use of fire arms many of the rioters are severely wounded. Fifty of them are lodged in jail. The masters and mates of vessels in port, rendered great assistance. The contest lasted about an hour.
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