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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houstonian — 16 August 1841

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Publication Title: Houstonian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houstonian — 18 August 1841

*rr-~ rirst r^rr^rr^i C^t¿ mm :t\ g nm |o, ^,is itrtén* bfa. Dnlthtenót kiokflíkc ujnc«jijnyi«nfrt 6h Ü t £lwr $®d Wn waUrnv^^^ I)nvv,wMWM iiíato &¿ti g*éa^ t° lipw*¿k tt when yeu «*4rn4 baefc towfoir eemtitu- deaMbát* ♦ i the' reputation, «nt«—and what exen¡ie'di*i yota reéiuer te tbeui i i bal Dr. Wl m a "*unnl ¡tfdm* "The primer would not print them, unless bo ill established ihtll was pmdtheeasb beforehand;". The people at than any mJpHrjAui {¿ynclrberg would not I gulled in ,thi* way, and *' exponte;, it Vill were about to hang, or lynch you, lor what tlicy was in- deemed treason, o your part, towards them. Some reflecting men interposed, and saved you, or you would have been elevated aktee the Mad* of your fellow-citizens. Hut this is not the only instance, ¡11 which pity and contempt, has saved tbo j'ííhh meritfd ¡mmslmmt. Did you expect that those who sent you on that besmess¿ r ,f*atM patriotic iVUt remind you, that you , when yÉp wefe^'í^rostdetil f nd & Bryan, of ...

Publication Title: Houstonian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houstonian — 20 August 1841

Mátela?, Wednesday ami JHrtday,*t #1 pit , and mrtkty tnrefy Thurwbty Kt #ü per ami,*-* U Soltar pr *f«ar« fur tilie f Nt ami fifty é«ttt¿ for *<tcti ctittUmwrtii ;—l^stt or khw to #wm*« "I4* *•• it*# ** MljvertlUHSi bjf th -" if *, Ít rea OUal4f d« nil witt U< tunde. Cunt.,|t r*'••• ! e,ommunmaitoiM,*Vv. «ill be t l. u- llMi ** « r« i * <♦ ¡m^í ru*i'HM híí, aimuM of eui|dtdi M* #Mt in "ad* anee. Tre**urv X«0$ i* K* *♦ til Mm ir market pm a. HHHHI WKmSm llglPIp; |8SEpjp Itfyliill' ¿mí "liiÉifoiiMáuL mmá w*Pr íP^¡ípPRWS^ •■*■■ ... K IJ,l.tHO> I #W« R*. IMgmli*f ibmr d «fth< witl If* , T* va Iflllití ItÜVUty h ti tía? "i.Mil I 11 *1M« it fWjítitHi*# «if Fmnpanv tb *'- < tisiiHilinil o )!i jrlWtm^ «ft no « • *♦ F? itgn i applied Mth ¡Jstw f, Iff II UtImiiIi offpMtMMMMi i« bewail* # pohhdn d; tCltlN iUf wlllüfe til*? M ri fMÍ JifMUt'ft of 4 ti# gttd <¿í*l «ííitrf*?ít f *s 1 ColiiUy ttt h e lulled lllilf < |, tif being atwíMt to * JffíM from bmHatam ilt ? li ' ;V/...

Publication Title: Houstonian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houstonian — 20 August 1841

mmm eooíWBm ■ My 11/ íí'-~- pi >: TV:,i Jjífe 1 llf a'"'" ' Mpg tí & •«: j.S^; qi^ 4i|R^|WtM jvnfrwnú MAsM tmtíint •* inirtm being i* the bM disturbed. Yet we «re a# taken, far it wats dc«turl>ed in the «widen «n¡>rt*idt*tUkt retreat from N«¿w Washington -for llw IVmh^# dignity tuífered ta tl v docking of:.|M*frof hi* Fxcellen *y;* «áilnet, <«!«« Atioiioey «enera!; we believe,) for whom be refused t« watt. Burnet etriick mi blow, mioghd i« tu conflict and Texas has yet to learn the lirst step li« took during that dark and eventful period, which established bis reputation as statesman. At the election iu ft$8 he *e* made Vice president Frnm the time of I * inauguration, what fraud policy has he suggested far the consideration «f tho nation nr. it representatives in cettgreJÉt None. During líen, ourgovernment acttif imprudently in taking the part L UJ| ^M.nm winter, he #.ffi listed a* President, •he did in the misunderstanding Iwtween him pml n,,IH ¿f eminent and thu d...

Publication Title: Houstonian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houstonian — 20 August 1841

m npiiE 'A «it! b*mw ILN Dans half lot V ~4 by latere*!, religion of political t ^r. '2 V-~lV¿ ' Yankee Irwn New York Ha* «*- i of stages to fia regalafly lnítwtse t and Morida un I bétwmi that eupi- , , j COIt H KKCIA I.. Da He the latest Mttr Or Intuí date*. 10 o 11 prem. "if ó a Af 71 . I a IC 2? a :M « I ] "¿lía 25 tli-. : 12 a 14 «Kl a tlO Mari A. E. Everett , lot-Mi, 7 uní! t, ia block (Kl, and improvement *,aad fractional loU 1,9,9, land o, in ir a el nina I block 02; and tafo U nial (0 in block (SI.' Cha* L Clark, the ¿team raw mill, with twoacrtaof land aatl one lot adjoining the tail). Henry Corrí, l« td in Mock Ij/Und improvements. ¿ f* W;Capmn, one female *íave¿ . J Hall, uorth east part lot o ,e in black 2. w t*a 0 a 0| í>; a IÜ a, l?t IX) a 01* ,ap ^ -a. J íw York, «barf, / \§m-' do 00 days '^laei ,l*ri,a*nry Notes, State# Rink Note*, Texw Tr*?a*urv Note*, (jh r dollar,] Ho Bonds .: : : ! COTTON. Liverpool Cla*í>tficatkm:— Ordinary, Middling Middling Fair. CJaod ...

Publication Title: Houstonian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houstonian — 20 August 1841

«*1? MAGXEj cotiftf y ftf ¡iUii-.iti nh: m thté court! ! ithe city of Hou* ü, at Tuesdays iIm 7th diiy of Septeud** ¿wHfri \* ;W n«ki, tilk-, interest and elmm of Wilson iu «ndla kit No. ® « bhék No,#!: krtWfci 7 m block Xa, 7, «di kit No. 19 lúblock X . my of Houston ; segad and tekort in execution as; y ul «nd K bt|fl Wilson, to Mtisfy i ofThomas F. Mchmney, administrator i ItiwiM C*iilia|!iW<inh| «Iw'd, «mí will be *old by n withiu the hour* prescribed by law, for cash, wilh «j T. RODGgRS. 8hHTH.q. M tXCC Mhrrltf** *ttlr.-By virtue of tin execution lo mm directed by the Hon. District court in and for ti*' county of //*rt , t have levied hjkui and will expose I poblie «Ir on Tui'jdity the 7th of Hep. next, at the ewirt (hhmc door in the city of Houston, nil the right, inks, interest and claim of A C Allen in ami to block* Now. 3, I, St, IT , arid «4. «>0 acres of laud «mm of the City tract, adjoining //enry Trott's survey on Ike north «de of Buffalo bayou,reserving the tim- ...

Publication Title: Houstonian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houstonian — 6 September 1841

V f Ji .. t. (-? 1 i " C n(i' r -v- 4 - 0 vf Xk h' .gent a moralist as you will not regard this as a crime above " the ordinary frailty of human na- ture." i You say "that upon the " records of the Senate 1 stand convicted' of peculation and fraud against this Republic."' This is a base falsehood. There is no such record the subject matter of such re- cord never existed. And I'apppal to the journals of the Senate dispersed through the country as proof of the falsehood and recklessness of your charges. Mark now a plain tale shall put you down. A Senator of the Congress of '3S-9 wrote a note marked " private" and "confidential" de- nouncing me and Col. James Morgan to the pre- sent Executive. The late Judge Thompson.ihen private secretary of the Executive informed me of this note. The first time I met that Senator afterwards I demanded of him an explanation of his " confidential" aspersions. For an insult offered me when making this demand I smote thatseualor severeIyforlhwith on the ...

Publication Title: Houstonian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houstonian — 6 September 1841

r " f.jy-r nfw A--a.. aj JW 7 V THE HOUSTONIAN' JOSEPH BAKER. Editor. Houston Jflonday September 6. .FOiJ PRESIDENT GEN. SAM. HOUSTCf. FOii VICE PBESIDENT GEN. MEMUCAN HUNT" TnE ELECTION. We need not remind our fellow-citizens that to-day is the day of the elrction. No citizen of Texas uho has the good of his country at heart can look with in- difference upon the proceedings of to day. Every one has an imperative duty to perform ; and we trust that no consideration will prevent the performance of that duty conscientiously and without any undue hias. Wc have distinctly expressed our choice of the two candidates now before the people for the Chief Magis- tracy and have given our reasons fiy the course we pursue; We neither expect nor wish to dictate to our fellow-citizeus but we certainly think that those who arc acquainted with the true interests of the country and are .willing to act without prejudice cannot hesi- tate in their choice. Elect Houston and we have at the head of our go...

Publication Title: Houstonian, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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