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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 9 January 1851

jfp ✓4 i Agriculture, f Hcratute, SAN ANTONIO, XE mtlemen and wel- smilingly, and wide open, as- e of the offi- ^uld they there a house, n and varjd ^s. golden is a sight of nut ii of time, íaraeter, in " rich val- ' a fine old ¿nountain background, or a deep -itretcktfs away in the atmosphere beyond.— .to sf >o;i in the Val fry qf L— years ago; its*open door with a ghtv ■x)q^d*)cí t , YV -** «^psTTcwu.y at nome s jpomftn j^j#ísróen,?' said the widow, "and ex- " i<¿ by the! !;ws? tne while I prepare you some re- ' freshment, for you must be faint as well as fatigued." in another moment the, wido;.v was in the stable uuharfcesMRg; tlie peor horses; work to which she was not ac- customed, but whigfr slie nevertheless could do, in tim#of need, being a wo man or strong muscular frame and great energy. She knew it must be done by herself or not at all. As for both men and horses they seemed completely jad^d out. In a little while and she with wref-thed with a vine, whereon hung chi...

Publication Title: San Antonio Ledger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 9 January 1851

m THE LEDGER. Office cm C'om.mere>■ Strut, nearly Sirarro linn sc.. SAN ANTONIO. THURSDAY. JANUARY 9. 1851. For Covcrk.üs crum tiif. Wkstrf.n District VOLNEY E. HOWARD. OF SAN ANTONIO. £ gf* Mr. Saltftiarsh, mail contractor between this city and Port Lavaca, arrived in town iast evening. / 53"Judge I L. Hewitt will please ac- ' pept our thanks for a late copy of the Brownsville Sentinel. Eighth of January. Yesterday was the Anniversary of th liattle fNew Orleans. The glorious (lay | on which the ?kill and valor of our wes tern hunters drove Lack with fearful slaughter from the walls of New Orleans, the proud and veteran warriors who had followed the standard of Wellington to vic- tory through manya desperate and bloody befóte retired The Indi&s. We fear that the «treaty which has lat<*- opposite th- 1 v been concluded .i the Indians on our borders, is destined to share the f of , the numerous other treaties w ive preceded it in past years. Aim >imul- i taneously with th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 9 January 1851

r'/~ mmem i pect aud interests in future not to d success to the one who has on all sewhcre, shown hira- iccting or appreciat- 0~nce or taste, I shall, for to notice their perforin- Micir enterprise all the main most ' CORNER. RtCAN YES- commander 1 at Holmes ^er in tates port mer stt ver Y ester .. 7 o'clock, Captain J. F. Han i ville, Tenn., was Orleans Picayune.] boat Explosion. on to chronicle '? disasters, a at our •JT1% ,uarter to Knoxville, dound for Nash- about leaving the wharf, at the head cA\l oydras street— the captain ringing the bell, the pilot at his post, and the wheels having made three or four revolutions—the- four large boilers exploded, with a re- port equally as loud as that r,f the Louisiana, and with two distinct ex- plosions. The Knoxville was between the Martha Washington below and the Ne Plus Ultra above. One whole boiler passed through the cabin of the Mar- tha Washington abaft the social hall, smashing her machinery. It then en- tered the ladies' cabin of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 16 January 1851

i' ilk YOL. 1. ^cMtíbto^grimltttre, Citrrflftrw,IKweUo^general Jnformatton ani> iljt Jntmstsof tljeBtate. ;* BHp . 34. TERMS $3 PER ANNUJÍ. SAN ANTONIO, T#A^S;: THIIRSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1851. 1 ii INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER. PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS BY JOSEPH WALKER. TERMS.—Subscription—Three dollars a year, invariably in advance. For six months, one dollar and scvcritv-five cents. AD VERTISE.M KÑTS—Will be inserted at the rate of one dollar per square íor the first, JUid fifty cents for eaeh subsequent insertion. Ten' linesor less constitute asquare. Halt the above rates will be charged those who advertise by the year. Announcements of Candidates for office will ba, charged for at the same rate as advertisements Political circulars and all coinmunifiations oi a private or personal nature trill be. cHarscd at the same rate as advertisements. No communication or advetii.eérnent of an abu- sive character will be iiiser din our columns on any term^ . ^ j£° "l^ ' • rcír...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 16 January 1851

mm THE LEDGER. Office on Commerce Street newiy Navarro House. opposite SAN ANTONIO. THURSDAY. JANUARY 16. 1851. Anticipated Revolution is Meiiaol By the arrival of several Mexicana from Monterey, we gather the following partic- i ulars as to the state of affairs in that city — i and adjacent country. Wc have received Texiw Appreciation of the Agency of the American Sunday-School Union. Some time since, the Sunday-school Journal mentioned, that a gentleman in (Georgia who had the control of a certain ' no information from other sources to cor-! *rail™ad, had given to one of the agents of roboratc these statements, but doubt not the American Sunday-school Union, a free foft coxghem PROM THE wEHTKF.M DlSTRJCT, • they are true in their general features, passage*any where on his line. This was From these accounts it appears that the noble for the good old State of Georgia ! people of Monterey, and eastward of that! Recently the agent of the American VOLXEY E. HOW ARD, j city to thc Rio G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 16 January 1851

iTJ re- ion; ktiaí ired [the rics Itfte tir ÍS h id íit \>\ ir le !r. le if liiie til ire to z ;rn * LO* Mía lorl fish,' it to ritli it ec- irch. ^rosc, cm- . n& |s the It ¡t tak- j>lnte, truth >t«t ipty Iner, lelt- ex- I Jou to aP- ot* md mi- nt Iken ?asu [>od, live it Sen- Mis in to inic tall foot "t *? forth \ "j? f SAN ANTONIO. TiieGraveyard.—Strolling around the city, chance directed our steps to the pub- lic Borjing-Ground, which we were bjtli surprised and pained to find in a neglected nd unprotected condition, with human fc&nes scattered in ali directions. In all ages and countries the resting place of the dead has been held sacred and respected. I and it is to bo sincerely hoped that, in this age of intelligence and progress, we are Hot retrograding in this partícula". Surely measures will bo taken to improve the deplorable condition of our Grave yard, and show that we have not lost all respect for those who have been cut down by the relentless monster. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 16 January 1851

to have so much know- ledge P «aid Rose. "Perfect Tx>ah P reiterated Wag- Dr. Warden rubbed his hands in si- lence, and appealed thoughtiul. " I wonder if he ever saw the inside of u college V* continued the old lady. But there was no response. u That reminds me," said Dr. War- den, «nhat the son of my old friend, Dr. >Ainsworth, graduated last commence- mfltt, with distinguished honors; and X perceive by the Medical Journal, that fee had been appointed assistant sur- at the Hospital, and-it isconfi- place, first e esteemed the stranger despite his un- fortunate name. " That was a moment of triumph to the latter; for among all the dross of this world, he had discovered a real diamond. When this discovery was made his object was attained." Our hero paused. " And that young man V said the doctor, eagerly, wiping the perspiration from his face. "Was the son of Dr. Ainsworth," said our hero, calmly. "Great heavens!" exclaimed the doctor, "this is astounding!" At that instant there...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 6 February 1851

THE SAN AN r n: ER. YOL. 1. TERMS S3 PER ANNUM. , ^ ===*= .;. 'i i HJcBctcti to ^gviculínrc Citnatnre, ittisccllang, Mineral 3nfarmotian atnhfijtJínterests of tl)c 0tate. ~ ' " -x" ■ , . NO. 3T. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBUARY 6, '1851. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE Ml 1\ THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER. PUBMSHGD OX THURSDAYS BY JOSEPH WALKER. the same rate a* advertiscrm. as ifoccininunicaiion orax!vrrti-ei nt of an atiu- .ive character will be ia.serte<i m our cuiimns vn terms SINGULAR ANECDOTE OF ETHAN ALLEN- Rivington, the Tory printer, during the American Revolution, was very TERMS.—Scbucbiption*—Three dollars a year, bitter in his attacks on the rebels and invariably in advance. For six months, ene j \],- Washington, as lie facetiously ADVEItT:SeÍÍkSts—Vi 1 í be inserted at the ¡called the great General. Neverthe- rate of ore dollar per square lor he iirst, and t less, he thought proper to remain ill fifty cení f each sutwequent insertion. Ten j Xew York after the departure of the lin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 6 February 1851

HE LEDGER. 0$ct on Commerce Street, nearly oppoúU Nava to house. ikt SAN ANTONIO. tmntsDAYTFEBRUAnr e: is i. Foa Congurea ruom thk Wkster.s District VOLNET E. HOWARD, OR PAW AXTOXIO. We are authorized to announce JOHTS" JAMES as a eandulate te represent the county of Bexar ia the next Legislature, at the general election in August next. CALIFORHIA. The following is the substance of ccnver- sationshad with our fellow-townsman. Sam- uel Newton, lately returned from Cali- fornia. city nearly two years ago, and went by way of El Paso, with pack mules. lie speaks fiff h'is'journey ás TieTñg attended with a great deal of hardship and suffering. Their greate.it suffering was want of water in crossing the desert, through which New River now runs. When Mr. N. and his I strÉljy tablishing schools, and endeavor si to enforce the laws, but with the material with which they had to deal, the floating, foreign and transient 4M pulation, upon whom none of the restraints of the laws of God or man op...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 6 February 1851

t I t i -T From the Ausrnin State Gazette. 'judges in language of about the same im- j war, Phillip of Macedón and Alexander £!eetl u j port of that employed in the constitution ■ the Great owed their success to the The opinion prevails generally, we be- of the State, and may now be regarded as | introduction of the phalanx. Napoleon Heve, that t e e ec ion or ju ges o lie a sett.ed principle, as much so as if! gained his victories bv concentrating Sopreme Conrt, and for those judges o ,t had been expressed in the constitu- ilis forces upon a single point, the District Court who_e terms expire m tion itself. Assuming this proposition to 1852, is to take place in August next L ■ ' ■ r « . Such was our opinion until an examination tion itself. be correct, let us present a case for solu - tion, under the law, had it provided that j LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT. — , . ,. A , , , - 7— -- i—vuati Does it require a long time, days. of the laws upon the subject, recently j the election forjudges sho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 6 February 1851

THE LEDGER.! By the Governor of the State of Texas. New Apportionment.—It appears' that the census will show a popula-1 tion of between twenty-threo and tweuty-four millions in the United States. Il is said the lower House wiil probably remain at the present number, 228; and that the basis of re- presentation wilt be 100.000. By this calculation Louisiana will lose one vote. Texas will doubtless retain her present number of Representatives; but the increase in the ratio, and the fact that the large accession of popula- tion which she has received within the last few months is not taken into the account, may prevent this State from obtaining an additional Representa- tive.—Civilian. A Swindler.—A Cincinnatti de- spatch of the 30th ult. says: The Gazette patrons of this cit;/ have been extensively swindled b}* a tall, black haired, black, whis- kered man, wearing specs at times, who has been hanging around the city printing offices representing him- self as one of Hoe's mechanics. He ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 13 February 1851

VOL,, 1. LEDGER. Dcootci to vtgricuünrc, £ft¿i 19 TERMS J pEft ANNUM. SAN ANTO: TI 11 PJBÍS 2 :mation anir tljr Jnkrcsts of fljr State. I¥0. 38, S.A\ a\T< ).mo Lj;]x ;i:;k PURIilSHF.f) ON TlifRSDWs isy JOSEPH WALKER. TERMS .'BSCBrPTK invariably in aevai Coiirtr :á <c wi.t-1: v A D V E RTIS E \ 1 US TS raf-j oí'<;r¡c dollar p r r.ity r iit'- for sue lines or Itsac rates will be the year. Arsnounr^m'-in*' of Can char:r ;<i :br at tli-i sa;n Political circulars an-! a priva*-: • r personal ni titntea«quar ar^":i tho '—Three dollar i"'.r si;: m ;r¡ -Will b'* in«" re juarotor th- l •:qu4-nt ins- rti •> Hal!?: a ynnr. h.v ÜliC ii at the t. ar.i .. Ten V.'J I pistolj actually trampled and crushed | down ail opposition, roaring at every furious blow—-this is the way to pre- ' serve order in court" a sentiment which h" accompanied with peals of v/iM laughter. In less than two min- utes the party oí the Judge triumph- ed. thr1 clique oí Gi n. Smoot suffered disastrous defeat an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 13 February 1851

The ledger. TEXAS. Office cv C&nmr \'i rorro Hov.se. hones Y^f We ar * authorized to annuunn JAMES .'¡s a candidate r pr> s< nt th< of Bexar in th<* next Lt-gi. Vertiré, at the f lection in An^n«t re .it ¡ an empire of itaelfj should she íía \t the present tiiue when the Union is: out of {be confederacy. (vhiet she Strc.i, varltf 0pf;.rit* the 80 disturbed by the political questions of, means desires) what mor$ te;;sh? w! the day. it is of interest to us. to examine raore does she need. but^JmpeW? * our own position nud see the effect of sue-, and faithful administrators It her own C'«s attending either the North or the «roverniuent. U1 ,:i matters of dis- We believe that her former trial^ and — Puf'' b'twff'ü thtm (adversities have made her wi.se • in gov- We find Tesa- for the fir.-t time, since! ernweiit, and she will take caro of the her nam- lias been known amongst na- futUre. And we farther belU m that the ; tiotis. en jo;, ing a peace and quiet, and an pregeQÍ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 13 February 1851

5 i. \ Slavonic. The Gran 1 Ann::al Coin mimicalion of the Grand Lodge of • JVee and A • :u; t •<] Mason? oi the «State of Texaconvened in tliis place on Monday, the 20th instant. M W. H ardcmau. 0 M . in consr^uence of .serious indisposition, was uriahle to at- ♦ end I hu Grand Annual Communica- tion w lor. I> msamfloH member of Te'csraphH to Ilif* Nrw Oriean-- Picayune. [by the southern' line] Tiik Atlantic.— Baltimore Jan.; liistriot of xetv?. Ytgfb.'r .# hi.—No tidings have vet been received ^ie ®t¡Msss j oí the Atlantic. Set ious apprehensions ^OUIlt Plea^n;. ^tr>r¿' are now enteitained on her account. ' ov/ner of Congressional.—In the Senate to ¿free-soli w.'dg foiü tbe Eighth arrieu- on 2,* of fair ral ■ "¡; :ned bv I* W. Win M Tay-! day numerous petitions for the repeal 1 1'' * at t!1"' y M We are infnned that al- oí ihe fugitive slave law werelaid on the OUSt "ViftdrfccT inost a:! the Lodges in ti e State were re-, table. The French «Spoliation bill was I ve^se| n ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 13 February 1851

THE LEDGER.! B' the Governor of the State of Texas. T HE year 1050 has closed upon us. It has been pregnr-.nt with peril to our glorious in- j «titutions of government, ar.d full of incident i wonhy to be engraven on the memories of th£ : living, anil by tbem-to be faithfcilly recorded lor ; the information and benefit of posterity. It has pa_ i been rendered memorable from the vast and per- - ' plexiníí questions which have agitated and divi- ded the public councils power of ether a surgical operation performed not long since by Dr. Kimball, of Lowel, illustrates the efficacy of Ether, in an- nihilating pain. The operation was the cutting out of the greater portion of a mart* tongue for cancer. The tient baring been put asleep \\ ith the < ,jje pUbiiC co-jnci!s. in it our political ho- ctner, tne diseased tonpuc was remov-1 rizun. once so bright, has been overcast with por- ed, and to arrest the severe bleeding, i lenlious Clouds threatening to break with de iKodittuff'iMi.roi i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 6 March 1851

LEDGE YOL.. 1. CDeuofri) to Agriculture, Citeratnre, ¿Hisctllang, 0tneral ^information ani> tl)e Jntrosts of ft)c Staff. TERMS S3 PER ANNÜM. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1851. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER* PUBLISHED OJÍ THURSDAYS BY JOSEPH WALKER. TERMSSubscription—Three dolían a year, invariably in advance. For six months, cue ¿ollar anfl sevcntv-five cents. ADVEUTISEM ENTS —Will be inserted at the rate of obo dollar prr «square for the first, and fifty cents for each subseqient insertion. Ten • lines or less constitute a square. Half the abeve rates w¡!l be charged tho** who advertise by • \ ñouncemenls*¿r Candidates fair baJ ^IjOQvi í tg! / si . ,;^i >>>A for at the same rate as advertisements Political circulars and all corarouniciations ota private or personal nature will be1 charged at the same rate as advertisements. 2io cuuununication or advertisement of an abu- siV.- character will be insértedin our columns on a n 11 terms. 'm IS em, a,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 6 March 1851

Street Natcrro House cpposm (Ac N ANTON IS5I. £"V~ ~ fon pov0bk84'rr0m the WnaTEBJi DlSTaiCT VOtSEY E. HOWARD, OP SAN ANTOXIO. We are authorized to announce J. W. n£rTDERSO?T, of IIouMoa, as a canJiiate for the Ac T8AKK«GIV C. This is thetlay set apart by our Execu- tive as & day of thanksgiving and prajer to Almighty God, for his many and con- tinued mercies beréficently bestowed upon us. and for a continuation of bis kind-care over us^ To ni the day has ever been one we looked forward to with pleasure. And many of our most fondly cherished recol- lections of youthful pleasures, are associat- ed with by-gone thanksgiving days. It is really the day of worship; that kind of in- stinctive worship naturally flowingfrom a rust :tion. ' are authorized to anmnnce Capt. STEPHEN CROSBY—the present Chief-Clerk in the General Land Office—as a candidate for Commissioner cf the Genera' Land Office at the ensuing Aogs.'-t elccti^p. Mr. * Iba Poor is legally authorized to receive and receipt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 6 March 1851

* Paeiffe muifovert more than 62,- 000,500 of square miles, and cxcecds by 10,000.000 square mifos all the continents and islinds of the globe. Upon this world of iralers lie six hundred and seventy-fire islands, but though their number is so great, tlic surface of the whole, if we ex- cept New Zealand does not exceed 80.- 000 square niiles. or a little more thai) Jíew Zealand. Taking from the estimate New Caledonia, the Salamon group, and other large islands in the southeast part of the ocean, lying between them and New Guinea, there arc about 40 000 square miles, (hss than the arena of New York) for the remaining six hundred islands. In allusion to these facts Mr. Dana, the geologist to the United States exploring expedition, says: "Yet this small area of bind presents us with mountains 14 000 feet in height; volcanoes of an unrivaled magnitude; peaks, crags and gorges of Al- Aríay?^véíSestar* " '• Capt. 3. G. French, Assistant Quarter- master U. 8. army, has arrived in this city ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 6 March 1851

THE LEDGER. To Dolorita. Dearest, darling Dolorita, Than a rosebud, thou art sweeter!— Si,—tucres, mi bonita, Smiling, blushing Dolorita!— Pal beilera, hermosita, Corazon a mi me quita! Than the lilly, she is sweeter, Is my charming Señorita! Sh '* so wcet, whene'er 1 meet her, Tonmy *otil I—I could eat hrrl Seizure op a Cuxard Steameji. —Last Saturday, the Boston Common- wealth had the following :— Not a little excitement was created on change, yesterday, by the announce- ment that the English Steamer Ni- agara, oí the Cunard lin*, had betn seized upon a charge of violation of theUnited States Revenue Laws. On Monday night last an officer oí the Revenue discovered a boat leav- ing the Steamer, which he hailed and ordered to lie to until he could reach her. The boat was found to contain a quanity of goods, silks and laces ; and other goods of similar quality were found on a wharf where they had been landed, in all to the amount of over §5,000. The ofli- cer having reported the facts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 3 April 1851

¿i.*,. 7s THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER. VOL.. 1. Hfcuotefc to Clgricnlture, Citcratnrc, ittiscclhmju (General Jnfarmatúm anil tlje Jntcrests of tljt State. NO. 45 TERMS $3 PER ANNUM. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AÉRIL 3, 1851. invariably in advance. THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER. PUBLISHED 03Í THURSDAYS BY JOSEPH WALKER. TERMS.—Subscription—Three dollars a year, invariably in advance. For six months, one dollar and seventy-five cents. ADVERTISEMKÑTS—Will be inserted at :he rale of one dollar per square for the first, s.nd fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten I i nes or less constitute a sq uare. Hal 11 he above rates will be charged those who advertise by the year. Announcements of Candidates for office will be charged for at the same rate as advertisements. Political circulars and all ecmmuniciations of a private or personal nature will be charged at the same rate as advertisements. No c(~ nun teat ion or advertisement of an abu- Carácter will be inserted in our colunr.ns -mj. JJD WI...

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