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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 4 January 1843

AND GAL GALVES 1¥W msw- ■■ gyr #S¡3| • - "we...- CITY GAZE WED,\ESBDAÍ. JANUAttí 4, 1843. ■■■■■■ ■■■■ —I [SEÉtf .atf¡#i¡K ljr*ant«. Eight postpaid or r——,(>flbe ofljee mutt ;«or(b« pomace1. . f *íín™ other passenger, and Announce lor office, are considered and chargq^ a* of dÜire than tnree lines [A POINT AND GALVESTON. ,, } el y not an hour't detention either tide'.. on (o tbe steam boat, the heavy eiptihe of which wilt stify occasional trino for the pWMi, wa have just fin- y superior flat nil boat, competent to carry 30 hea^ul two Waggons and Team* at once which on their'arri- —irtinia Point, or on the alriivalofhut one passenger, the boat Will forthwith convey Ore in to Eagle Grove, 4 miles'below he towq. A flag alafia erected at tbe Grove,and by railing lb nag, tye Boat will never, ¿xqeed 20 to 50 minutos incrossir voetr to rcceive passenger* from the island. "' ? 2* 8YDN0R & STREET, Proprietors. Üi'HÜARTtttcasks swfeetMalega Wine, •8 do do diy do dsf DEOTfJSWYT hft. L. D...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston City Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 4 January 1843

o NV * W$í A s - • WEPNB^fiAY, JANUARY 4, 1843. rets.—But little of iuterest reaches U8 from thia .and thai little, but slowly. No «nail came by tlií fast Dayton, and we are consequently without lettjra from Washington. A letter to tho Houston Telegraph says— "Since Mr. Borden has bi lived and exhibited ^ icu- nxnta to show that the duties colleciedíat Galveston a(#iHMtily suffici f lv. • * r f ■ r * ■. I V . W support ot govt üetlt should be thrown on the middle ■■ counties." It s$ems probable, howrv ^, that sotne reduction in he rate of duties will bo made. ' $ The same letter suya— ■'* "The bill introduced by Mr. Jack to abolish the office of Secretary of the Treasury and make the Treasurer independent of the Executive, and also to abolish the office of War and iNavy, meets with geii- «ral approbation. The bill proposes that the duties of the Se.crelufy of' the'Treasury, shall -here a ft pr de-*' volve on the Trej^spr^r, ti-d of the Secretary of War and Navy devolve oh the Secret...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 4 January 1843

w "> haw rjcewij j">ade "W ~i-~«urai««É*)< n8 ivho/o B"t'tíme'"*- Jnieol- '/ áetiherdi have not been ua iu (bat jíclióu for mauy4)feari. It iraup- ¡ ¡he lévele winter at the north haa dri hfi'iw south than usual. This is very f,>r the Indian ttibes who have lately cdme p) \VVéo Village to form a tréaly*wiih our «nt, for Uiey ure tlvug furnished with an a _ supply <^f ÍV'd It is said the. Indian wai - lj-e i^p>'« .v|ng the time duii' g which they are it foi lÍ>e arrival of our jpmmiasiimera in hutit- tbe young men «ftiiH several tiibes are „'ig an innocent and generous rivalry of skill fuvorile Indian uceupat\oa.— Tcltgropk. 'ecltanici.— Hero U a yopng mechanic job. He Will remember Ins fir* pa «she live , t We.have never' forgotten our grtefnl timn «1 ho ¿ave us tin- first job we received ip prin- rá>« mire it was mirall ami besides it «m llevej paid lo ¡t^nd^d to benefit ti , and vvé hávé alway* iield hirn in ineinbranoe Encourage the young muii and lie will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 4 January 1843

job printing, EMBRACING riMS BILLS, STEAM E3A1Í33LLS. ¡a ondoso ©wow gante cial, and other Blanks! INVITATIONS;, fer ¿fAifi or Sfteamrfoax OB WITHOUT SHIPPERS NAUKi EAVSjAND CIBCVUB8 eral xntoitatfon ; P> NVIT ATION ¡CARDS:* T~ \ A CARD. mm TO enable at to erect a new buildiug, replenish our su (nodi uuJ sustain a* in badness, we are compiled to AII persona indebted to us will please consider oar íévei by die itonn, ojmeforward and make payment with aa little lAii Wm.HallirCo Iwy as possible. THE Subscribers, tender their service* i afltfeu stoek of urge ralos da Sxflcutod with neatness AT THE OFFICE GALVESTON he C1VILIN. m J D GROESBEECK. l.Ml'OHTEE and dealer in Vrugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuff's, Chemi- cals, Glass Ware, "Perfumery ¿jr. Courier of Avenue D. and 23d Streets, Galvrs'.on, Corner ol Main and Congress Streets Houston cliitects adttBuilders, u of patronage,.They | to attend to all buaiue Tlie subscriber vo /or.aadmay Trem?|Pw,eet, Banks A DeYoung of Galvest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 11 January 1843

rannum payable in adVhnc¿. *|Wf. «no dtllur lor ilia finn^tner- i, Ifty cent*. Eight Una* uialia^ tlnseriwn 11, 1843, lmppfcwljw « plT\. «nil Bonnet lower* are u i. ¿uto; itivy hit* on hand a go tooth Ptiwdef.'k ltpt«ior« •In* or *tfo«w * Ml >WW F.RMAN. notice* of moretban tnree finé* \m QUARTER casksiweet Mitlegu VViné, alters on business pf the office tinst be post ps id or h taken ohi the post office. ItesuiUoat auil other passenger, and Announce u for olfioe, aro considered und charged a* SrHoge and obituary i charged ai advertise bating pilotage. ' lit regulating the appointment and dutiei of: rat ike ■PortojTGalvctton, Approved \th Feb tfftjiibio. U*>/-t.iwrt"¡ittjrf b, :<i 't- r >'> ■ . 15.. Bat farther enacted, That tha Pilóla ofsaidi itled to demand and receive fpr their oeiyicea,. KMRaps S¡¡&iSV| ESVSSfi Ve*«*f* drawi rig eight feet and ovér, three dollar per'- «mu ¡ aajr pilot that miy be detained'waiting on any vessel bound lor 9«?.<>wdjwin enter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 11 January 1843

a¡w& m ® «Káto. AY, JANUARY 11. 18437 mit. y i amvb«L|0 Monday (torn New Orleans. ;ht is iiojiiniportaul to lit this country, ropeau intelligence i« semewhat inter* ict sucb mattera as appear to ua to charges, and affect actor that Congre they are made with so mudi directness, •o deeply tlio character of the Cliiet Magistrulo of the Republic, that they cannot be ovei looked.— Gen. Houston himself should demand it; if he does not, the world will think he fours an examination of his conduct." •The Tropic is badly informed in regard to Texian affaiis if it supp jsus any one hero believes Gen. Hous- ton has held improper correspondence with persons in authority in Mexico, 01 enemies to Texas. A man whose chaructor has been as thoroughly canvassed as his, and who, "with all his imperfections on his head," has received such repeated minks of the approbation of his fellovr citixons, could tako no moro effectual Jan to show t hat he was of weak and bending char- Sr and unwouhy of public...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 11 January 1843

oriton he rMchedth ground Vcasol em- ws bad by siill-how- gXtolden- ^position of tb«jpnk yr ad- íe wily creature wdTu this time nt insensibility ai thp foot of i pan. Tbe moment Uie crow d--' Sir _ in. abatate the pole, aiwl cl , •ueched out qia head, a d ere it could secare i mouth- ful of tbe interdicted fpod. tbe watchful avenger seiz- ed the depredator by the neck wKUt the rapidity of "it, and aacured it from doing further mischief. w began to chatter and grin with every ex- pression of gratified triumph, while the crows flew a- Toand, cawing in boisterous chime, as if deprecating the chastisementabout to be inflicted upon tbeireap* pahioMr The monkey continued for a while if .and grin in triumphant mockery of their die- e then deliberately placed the captive crdw between his knees, and began to pluck it wi'.h the most humorous gravity. When tui bud completely atripped.itr except tlie large feathers in the pinions SI t^id tale, he flung it into the ail- as high as bis strength I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 11 January 1843

mSrn' 'EltDRACINO ;j steam 89a1 bills, cnl>Hr\w<n*. A|< person. lay it* possible. TIONS; or- SPieamt 'IT SHIPPERS O tIKVDLAM ! itfltfonw; •<Hl I f OKAY ttKUEIPTS, LABELS ' Bfcacfttaf with naataesa accuracy ud despatch AT THE OFFICE OF TUK galveston civil jn. • J D GROESgteECK. " "r IMPdllTEK AND bE^LEU IS Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuff*, Cketpi- . tafce.. cals.rGlas Ware, Perfumery flllriher of Av.nne D, and 22d Streets, Galveston, Corner ot Main and Congrega Streets Houston __ H. WILSON, 2d door- from Avenue C., Tvemont street, Galveston, Does ¿very deffct «plioú óf Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron work. December 'J, I84-i. • ¡«sag-. rRBvBAl j ¡J'1 ''i &tfit)wl ) .np'Hfcr ; JL "Is cliitedts -fag" j 1.1 ?• «' > , át8.S«~_ ■i.Mjitpwi'; " i tar parlour, where al v andeoohedi !|TeX#W iIksiI a «haia FWWMijf ittend to I ba round at his pi GaliMMn ""■«^•G„AKKt RICHARD BACHE, JUSTICE OF THIS PEACE fur Galveston county, hits opened brs offl:aatCook'sboilditiR,Tremon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 21 January 1843

Sk'. - BHRflIliBtfHílflHBÉK. AND GALVESTON, TEXA& I HTIIABT, WEDNESDAY ANIMATURDAY. At ♦'■PViniiuui payable within six month* afler the time, uf gitbscrifiwf—or (10 at the end of the year. A Up, published Weekly, foi th* country, at $5 per annum payable inadvuncc. AUVKRTIdlNG—One square, one dollar for the firat inser tion, each subsequent inaertiuu, fifty tents. Eight tinea make a ' square. >/w All letters on busiuftas of the office must be post paid or ' they will not be taken eiit of the post office. GAUDS of Steamboat and other passenger, And Announce manta, of candidates fur office, are Considered and charged as advertismenls. " 0* Marriage and obituary notices of more tbao tnreo lines in length charged as advertisements. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1843. most needed, which were furnished by the Alcalde, who informed them that the Mexican troops stationed there had fled. Qen. Somervell, believing his forcc too small to venture further, then gave orders I re- turn. This gave d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 21 January 1843

H y SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 1843. The steam packet iar York arrived off the bar on Thursday evening, but on accouut of the thick and be- stormy state of the weather was uno ble to enter fore oar paper of this morning went Jo prea?. A sail vessel, supposed to be an American, Eng- lish, or French sloop of war, has also beén at anchor .?v refl lhe rougi, outoii weatl two oi bet*for prevented a pilo ngout to her. As. ( 7 REVENUE. returns to the Treasury Department, from the 9 Custom Houses of the republic, exhibit the following as the receipts and expenses of collecting ¡0 nine months ending 31st October last. 'orts; Tola! Revenue. Expense. Nett am't. Galveston, Brassos, Matagorda, Red River, Sail AuguBtine Sabine 73.140 13 30 7,382 49 $,581 67 8,036 67' 1,521 20 2 661 29 1,593 03 850 36 IMS 53 65,103 46 6,586 10 4,721 20 6,988 64 3,431 56 106 53 feveral limes, but had escaped, leaving, hit family in. Austin. What injury be sustaiued is unknown. The * ' ill bringing Austin, they neral Lan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 21 January 1843

■Mr*- "■Hit •Mf .'■ c-yv* |L 7 MT FATHER- LAND, father l nd my iew, v ouUprnd > Sabbath hours, 7 - , «m-í; Tbe Urda (bat alai amour the botfeli. Tbroagh all Iba lunuer day. I of my birth!—nina errly love! Ouee mor* tby aira í breathe! ' . I tee tby prumHülU tower above— Thy greeo vale deep bauealh— Thy grove , thy ruclu, thy murmuring rills, All mo before aillo eye , The dawn of momtog on thy hilb; Thy gorgeous iumeUlle — Thy foreiU, from wbore deep rece A thoM and stream have birth,' O ladd'uiag the lonely wikierniMs, And filling the green aileMneu • ■ , With melody and mirth. S ^ lwoaderlf toy home would aaem Aa loveirat of yore! if the mouoti aging by the And if tbe flower alfil blooi I wonder (Joe, tin, the mountain' n my dream , Yet till And And ol Patriot, icipalily unici ELECTION NOTICE. /«lection will be held on the let Monday in Fobraary next, lo wit. the 6th day of February; A D 1848, in tBe county or ■ton for Sheriff and Coroner oi aaid county. — ' polla will be opened...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 21 January 1843

M e \ I )' <{*&■ "M" m.: ñ ■' A writer in the Times is-undertaking to enlighten the people iti relation to the pant mismanagement and present policy of our Government. If he is, what he subscribes himself, "an j^glish Traveller," lie mani- fests a degree of assunmce sufficient to carry him through the world without other means. The inter- est h« take in our affairs is 110 doubt equal to the inter- est he has. JOB PRINTING, % IK (EMBRACING POSTING BILLS, STEAM B0A1 BILLS, ©TflrGÜÜB ©mLlL@ 4 PUNCHES. IRIS1I WHISKEY, Loaf Sugar and Lemons sol, t.tie* to auit purchasers at nov 23 J A SAUl j^igBBLSN, #■ ... From the indications about our streets and stores, we boliové that business his never been moré active or healthy rn this city than a^presert't, ^ttvory thing goes on qSietly, but confidence js restored, and busi- ness, being based upon the actual wants and ability °f$J® people, has assumed a character which must esa to the advantage and prosperity of all parties concerned. Peo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 25 January 1843

** SATURDAY, month, after (be ti mSNF At#J peranum pt MS | jpip8p @pti8;" «* . CARDS of Steamboat and other pasierige*, and HMrtft ofcaiididatos for office, are considered and charged ú NllVfjiflMQMli] '«{J i)fi ; °f * "iti 1Ti ni ir i ni ¡ ii ' " -.i i1, i y v - -'•■'•••> ■■?"■ 1 tm iUtowJkttM ' rom a* rfgifatiMfa,appointment anddutiet of ii'in a - -• li Mi s i T3fl or Surgeon fcFjg? n style or Mitts, ¡eft; a style of Cari ik •ew supply of Franóli Artificial Ftowera ara oSemd for Sato low for cash by J. OSTERMAN- CHRISTMAS PRESENTS '•PAYMENT fllHE subscribers are now ntll J. J. DAV M ka on hand a good ¡ tooth Powder, a sii| tine or nweetnina'l JL price tor any quantity of a portion or tr ' rom London, They will also allow a Goods. . Jan ÍU I A large (apply of German Toya, for «ato by dec7,. . J OS IMPÓR From «•sec port «hall be ti veeton, Approved il^Ftb \ That the Pilots oraáid pilotage at tlie f'ollowir lMlh|ái fight feet water, two dollars and receive for their services, to w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 25 January 1843

IIV ■ that tbe Mexican army bad been augmented to 80,000 T; lía by, a j UW® ®r®uíí(rí654|)wí maja. A gentleman froa Tex«s, who baa resided in VMTtAiF TAWíUnv os ion * México for many years wastben in the United States JANUARY 26, 1843' and met anothe/gentleman there who bad ju.t trav- Mnnday, the 16th, and Post Maltera to re- for direct taxes'and p«st- f+H fruit- • *A-i t 75 "i '■ ML. repealing the duty on su- Major General of tbe Mili- vote of both bienes. jpH^WWr\ É~iifcwy — ^ . .¿i ■ •./ • ;•'-|"t ■esa adjourned, tbe President séflt clerk of the Houae of Representa- [j not to allow, to the membeis who ea from Congress, any payduiing the time they were absent. The clerk declared that contrary tf> all precedent, and refused to make Eduction in their accounts. The President then BCted the" Auditor not to audit their accounts for r during tbé time they were absent. This was ' gentler elled through Mexico f paat through tbe | of Mexican troQpa weir® repor tbe • the sd as an Executi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 25 January 1843

\ / \ '***%•«.... <4 L ■ ? at- ■ ■"■ us visitation is , and describes translated from los? Ófpiaf- 500,000. My atorro. ¡ .The fierceness of gathered from the anuexed e\- at sea at ever J in the ;« tiatire el .Me Lisbboi erty on land and ^persons perished •> 'hMtorm may be «^waterWfall of St. fjuzia; though not overflow* • Hig its banks belqw, came ruohiog with such fury as to carry off imrijense logs/capped with mapwfy. which vyere placed at various distances to Btay Its lore®, That of Oalhao rushed forth, carrying away «he bridges, overflowing the neighboring lands and sundry streets, the water filing ty the second flojr of the hoiisoi^ and carried off headlong into the ocean thp^new market, f>art of the Academic Square, and tlje yery banks at its outlet. To complete the calami- ty of thia district, the Nora brook, which at all sea- eons is nearly dry, became swollen, overflowed, dama- ging all that obstructed its course, many houses wére swept away from tbie quarter, othe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 25 January 1843

POSTING 01 ■ • 'IT *•<?* / |HE Subscriber will •nd for his own Notar mvft ITTwqBT WB£e MndKL •u: .-■ ' BOAT SILLS, r ©MLiLSa other Blanks: s V í>#" S%atn¿eai && o/Ú mrif P* WITHOUT ■ILI, HEAIHJAN1 CIBCI jFuwécar limitation ; BUSINSS, ADDRfcSS.;ANO kINVITATION iCARDS J)RAY RECWPI , Í.A0KLS, PAMfULSTS, &c. *c. with neatneas accuracy, b4 despatch Af WII5 OÍÍÍCB OF THE GALVESTON CIVHilN.' „ , JAMES M'RNIGHT, Wholesale'dealer in Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, Shoes *■'. Clothing Groceries tpo.. RliCEIVINO FOHWÁUD1NG AND COMMISSION MeRCHAN"! - Galveston Texas; IILLIAMS & Co. , and solicits Shepherd to them. AWFOR mixture alio Balsam GROE&BEECK BEECK IH w NOTICE. WILL pay no debt* whatever contracted by men in my em« pioymont, unless by Verbal or written order from myself, eh 12 NDLABJD1E. NOTICE. ■** ~ HTH: Forwarding Sept. 38—1H *- GA Commission Merchants E3TON, Texas. E. O. LYNCH, Auction and Cummission Merchant: Galveston Texas. O* Liberal advance# made on consignmen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 28 January 1843

¿f 1 Xkk^' AND GALVESTON C1T¥ "i'$ '*L . LISHED IN] ICO EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. edtie&satssb Jp*" * ""■ OaiuHUAIi r Atf® P,rl,0,mm payable withftsii months after the time of ub*ribi g-or $10*whw end" of the year. Also, published weekk. foi U «countrJtAlJjf6 per annum payable in advaocc. A0VtHT18ING—OiH£Square, one dollar for the first inner t¡oiv«*cb ub*)<lu8ul insertion, fifty cents. Might linea make a 8<I(pr^Xll Wters on business ofthe office musLbe post paid or tbsy will not be taken out of the post office. CA KUS of Steamboat and ottier paaaenger, and Announce mente, of candidates for office, are considered and charged an «drurtWmsnls. ID* Marriage and obituary notices of more tban tnree lines in length charged as advertisementa. , LAW REGULATING PILOTAGE. Jfrm a* A*1, regulating the appointment and duties of plait a,t the Port of Galveston, Approved 4th Feb' 1812. '■ ••SECTION 5. Be \l further tnacUd, That the Pilots ofsiid port «bull be entitled to demand and r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 28 January 1843

WW 'I " Es RY 28," 1843. and too Isla The people We willing be nee#* for-their protect thought in 5^ t for frontier protection, the defence of Galves- employmeut of a to keep the ari all ^hat is fighting, should, any never asked a regular force iobabla by gentlemen from Washing- sealing the duly on sugar, coffee, Siteel, did not receive the signature of the Presi- aiid therefore did not become a law. We hope indi is the casé. The manufacture of sugar lias been commenced on a respectable scale in the coun- try and the,naturalfacilities fur its production as well as the low out the qecessity cane. Coffee is n garded as terior.t Th claims to be cines for ii pears to be tinctioii. S used in the co or complained of. a luxur ich i and the July has never I ce of cotton, would seem to ncouragirf£ the cultivation indispensable, and ¡seven yet re- by mnu Of our citizens in the in- other anieles which have4lrouger on the free list, (drugs and medi- now pay duty, and there ap. e is n>,sfelt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 28 January 1843

h tical itbm**** ,—Mr. Clements, an Edglish- iaa lately invented aeveral nautical instruments value. They haVe been fully experimented he Lords Curn,mÍ88Íoner8 of ihe Admiralty, warded tu the inventor. It, is supposed brought into use in her Majesty's uuvy. fese instruments, «ays the Philadelphia North A- ierican, are the sillometer, marine thermometer and steam thermometer. The sillometer is an instrument l>y which the sp?ed of a vessel is self-registered, so ' that it is easy to discover, under any circumstances, [what-is the best trim of the vessel and the most ad- 'vantageoue quantity and distribution of the sails for obtaining the greatest speed. The marine thermome- ,/I ter shows the e«4ct depth of watei over which the 1 vessel is passing; so that the marinear,"by looking at a 1 dial-piulo, may be made awaré of the proximity of rocks or shoals. The steam thermometer indicates every variation of temperature in the steam in the boiU of of a steamboat, and would be of great us...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 28 January 1843

■ú ✓ . • *r id* #, ' ^ // j r JOB PRINTING, embracing POSTING BILLS, STEAM-B0A1 BILLS, AMD ©"fflKJEB SK)©'W BOtUlAB .and other Blanks: ITATIONS; ¿üdt $4 oj ££ac¿tny ^or 3%*/* of Sleamtoa* WITH OK WITHOUT SHIPPERS NAMEI JBIIili ITEABSJABD CIBOPLAB8 jpunnral *u4iítatíou ; BU SIN SSi AD 0 R^s8S .£: AND INVITATION (CARDS; dltav hkoklpts, labels, pampiilet8, 4c. tic. Bzecnted with neatness accuracy, and despatch at the office of the GALVESTON CIYILIN. JAMES M'KNIGHT, Wholesaletdcaler in Dry Goods, Huts', Boots, Shoes Clothing Groceries tfc. Receiving forwajiding and Commission Merchan'i Galveston Texas; . I H. h. WILLIAMS &"í¿7~ Forwarding and Commission Merchants tíopt. 88-111 GALVESTON, Texas. NOTICE. THE Subscriber will coutinuothe bi and Tor bit own account, at cha old Sbopherd, and solicita from Iba friend of public, tha same confidence and support ~ july24—tf, ; ■ in hi* own name Crawford and firm, and the to tbem. RAWFORD: NOTICE ■■ f. I :a celebrated Gonorrheal mixture alio B...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston City Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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