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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Constitutional Advocate and Texas Public Advertiser — 5 September 1832

M i. MP TEXAS AY, SEPTEMBER % 1833. * iMr vMrAT i rmo* SAi« Fkuk *. """ • h ot'July, of the present yoar, 1 «'•>>• jnbilee to the citizof i ot Vhjtc do Austin, on uccoun i of ''ir ol ( «il, Atuirix, rep. x3e from Tex** in the legi'sla- aCVo.thiiiht nnd Texas, and fe oa- colony, nlw had been ab> the inrerior near live moo ths. * CI ita.noros, on iho I4lh J aly, "tii/Cuooner M' \iro, ono of five '-V which had on hoard 490 a ten, ! ' "'V <d t e:i. S.mi.i Anna,< om- 1 ■*'i h. I'oloml Mc\ia, form erlv ^ n t'barge d'\t lairs at W ahh- * ... . I ti' f'et*t ani\« i<.i! taenn uth BRAZORIA, W. f>' root <>n the I'j.'.'i. and Colo nets *. i-i i Austin land* <t .iad itais -edi- j.«M c«-«h*d to lira7.i ri.*, wl iere lTiir. aitdwt*:i : re- i t! e mo-' «mai titer h .111 iu'i'ohii'. t i" the pro- >)• ni n. pnhlishQ J in t« *vti. >t' *\\r vNU Colonel i * dau-I .he Custom- 1-.- !>•> irtm* n', and oih r public your unexpected return to Texas will long be rememb...

Publication Title: Constitutional Advocate And Texas Public Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Constitutional Advocate and Texas Public Advertiser — 5 September 1832

■ v*: :4K m MI4Z0R&JU T W&ONSSOAY, MJSrTKMB£R a. (ttrW« have ok ■ aged ibi||| rfour pubbhcaima to Wednesday, which wu Itoi will better servs our convenience. Wo made an error in speak- ing of tile election in our pa- per of the 4th oil. It was call- haro been "the Biennial Elec* tion. / APOLOG1SS. Wc dislike apologies, but we have too to make to the public, the necossity ofbo.U anting fromtho samo cause— the sickness of'the Editor. Tue first is to our subcribers, for the delay cfour publication: this, however, shall be no lots to them, as thoy will re- ceive a complete Volume, 52 uo's oftlio paper, fur the year. • Our second apology or rathe Axpla- nation, is iu relation to thu puoncatien of a .ia id-bill signed G. H. CV.ten, and printed by htm whilst in charge of the the ufice during our absence and ill- ness an i wuiioui our knowledge; the hand-oill being of a charactor it was never our intention should pas* thro this press. We have expressed our in. ten.i >n of labouri...

Publication Title: Constitutional Advocate And Texas Public Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Constitutional Advocate and Texas Public Advertiser — 5 September 1832

rties of ouar the dreadful ra- apprehended iited bands, r, I10 has insulted in the exercise of our _jction& by saying Americans and Indians are by aim held in the same estimation, and as coi- ns on the same tooting. And jaSy also, said to a body of jr roerchauts who had waited n him (being somewhat alar- hI at his military movements) iswer to a question relative e safety of their property, he would be answerable <r conduct of his soldiers. ry' his auxiliaries. xsecjuentiy, that the Con- aon and Laws of our coun* nay not be oroken, that the its true J-- Jffl FdW$ I rj- l7 hi liberty and peacc of our v citizens may not be jeo- rgtsed, we call on you to as- os9as men who have hearts, not power, to be free. flWrt|flfC We do make a solemn to another, and to you all, •we will rally around the standard Jul* Anus, as the champion of our ,iv6do |U<l that we wiU risk our Zives aud properties in support ot'tue Consti- tution and Laws—of our Rights and Liberties- God and Liberty. Naco...

Publication Title: Constitutional Advocate And Texas Public Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Constitutional Advocate and Texas Public Advertiser — 15 June 1833

m 'I, t y-0. 40% -f * '.''} ' St , •". r?il «- * ff,-; - .i' BRAZORIA, SATRDAY, TUNE 15,1833. TBiM*- and Ad- on * royal Totiitf! > vitf lippaa.a'lwaefc, si six dollars-per. payable half yearly in d* "4:-§fe^■■■■- f • '*:;•}■;■-<"■••" - inserted at the fol not exceeding a H and For eadh cootie- ones in proportion. MJ-'" ■■ "' —1 ■- BlltS. AND EGYPT. eived tins day. by an eyance, news of thg from Alexandria o* the IIth of March, Toulon by the St the game time to be forv&hrdet' haste to goverainent. of t Meheroed Ati, tion of the ML ng despatched ^ to make General, the d'beea a. tnceacert jistrianAmbus of Ibrahim forthe (nter do Mireult, the who had Ibrahim; and flatly props- wf w farmer immediately to carry is of the ram- rahim ed between in rs the is a letter from another M the I o** accounts ana in toe; colonies which have not le- gislative assemblies, some agreement is to be come to with the planters lor the like purpose. The loan is to pay an interest of five per cent, b...

Publication Title: Constitutional Advocate And Texas Public Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Constitutional Advocate and Texas Public Advertiser — 15 June 1833

entreaties were « call of the then die was married end pregnant, te say so, inorder c#ael torment M her, too,'* she added with lfc|jl warmth of expression for which she e, ,Mtell them that they may ob my account, and causeto blush at a mar of which they will be made ec^fainted with im. on my arriyal id Italy. covering e course o of Nantes, autumn, off the Island of comottVe submarine novel construction* 31^ tea fe* s& in length, andthree feet ttven in diameter in theiHBatMtii$d& * Jsim«llei£ tare Has endowed fish, and ur th in- itis brougbtino with a to* for ib b play by thi aid steam.. When the flux of the sea the ravmtor into his on the |nd"th n - of. the at a spot teen feel, bringing up with him o. re-appearance, a quantity of flints and a few shells, Duringhis subme " his boij I^^KfSBrmos tions, in Older to deceive those who " ja^^e^were ,;:fi his track, ana rose at some «ny rflhenu H.then repeatedly while ua and at ******* the cover " * " woulTi^e sit twejv hear tme! It...

Publication Title: Constitutional Advocate And Texas Public Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Constitutional Advocate and Texas Public Advertiser — 15 June 1833

p TliSSff^STOtMniw«?r^t PP88688?011 of Oporto, he wag ^ w, cotjm* In thisooaittry, was (established at Ten cuco in 1599; but this branch of indus- try had pimal'into the hands of the In. dians aidcasts of the provinces of Gas. dslsiars, rbebla, ana Queretare. There are scarcely any. silk mano- ' The silk hand- am wrought by th* ~ of the village ' iBflsdo of worm, not xmori., •t * The value in 1803, was riTTtinss ijfninn rnm^tm mm * CO farmers . . 59*,S29 Tistla the aSi Ctt from thnMfthe ..TKiS^P, 2,674,008 revenue, 5,021,820 y there ate a. . t _ of whom are wemea Thejf manufacture every month 'about/ 2,560,000 small boxes ofpapcr cigars wyr^ss's'si dollars. *£he monthly expenses art 31,7811 dollars. The annual vali^eo .atacturedther- mmi o «>, hut the price at the high* that it is be* thatusod in th* ed contrary to. w of gunp<>*dei in the valley of Mexico, ibe capital. ham, shoes, a j2 V «od^ there jo* * One of the most ittbat of silversmith it aretobe mj U Mexi- of platemn...

Publication Title: Constitutional Advocate And Texas Public Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Constitutional Advocate and Texas Public Advertiser — 15 June 1833

f- *•* 1 $pm ** i it V \6-•?'.«: w .' IbUovkf narrative •?Ofi { -V, > ,eii i take die ^9 aa^eoherd b<%, abou >t a$e,was driv nga flock o " ' to t fitrmtr named t-Orns, tran the of the iu ranced ....., and endea- from his prey. The the bo>. ily 'ore him to the grou<<.« of ihe victim brough M:. r#4te the. spo., win animal wW •Abrothe; of the rescue, wee seized and over- t; abd finally up, at whom ihe te. n m I t. i. his last to clasp ryassaaptffnbis arms, him fast, • notwithstanding wounds be received from claws of bis prisoner, till " arrived, and atleogt h ' " the wolf; a tfa$ great precaution, le« injure the unforiunic who Stil?. held, ihe p. They were even the jaw ot tbe welf, to the throat of his an* 5W SEAT OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE:— k<4Si FIRST SALE OF LOTS in tax , fc,. t severe, and more of the boy; but no colmssw w oar an e; to whom are requested to'make iiii . , m K de Co. Or 7AOSION f The public are hercbv uotUied, thai a new town has just been lai# of...

Publication Title: Constitutional Advocate And Texas Public Advertiser, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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