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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Galvestonian — 8 May 1841
4m> PUBLISHED] Y EVENING VISITER NAL MELODY; yet aetto music by Horn. a sleeping one day, of a wood-cutter's hatchet he heard attump to aee what waa to ja£ ha sang like ta it sneiterau me, •ll «tick to it now.' owl the freexea then awt, -• t end aoat low- ago, that they ne'er would ' 4" ' * • beforgot, be forgot langetne.1 ami played have bound me, owl and the ^jeííÉSÍsS m GALVESTONIAN. AT FIVE DOLIiARS P£R ANNUM, IN ADVANCE, IB Y SAMUEL BANGS GALVESTON, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1841. No. 1. Well do please to tell me, Mist Sophrina.' 'Wel>, I heard that—O I caa't tell it' *Ah l ye , como now, do.—(Taking hdr hand.) •Well I did'nt aay it—but I heard that— 'What ?—¿-(Putting an arm round her waist.) ■« K)1 don't aoueese me so—I heard that—that— STATEMENT ov JOHN MILTON, K ired tbe following communication of ladiés and of fptt^ae we hold r and gallantry to lay it be- neighbor o^the Civilian wiQ (,¿r considerhinwelf iorever in di Down on your knees, neigh- it quickly or you are a lost man...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Galvestonian — 8 May 1841
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Galvestonian — 8 May 1841
MuSs*- / mm oe coaaiuerea WmW# FRipAY MORNING, MAT 7^ 1841. W* The City Inspector of New York reports 168 interments in that city in a week—44 men, 35 mien, 58 boys, 81 girls—53 under 2 years of age —deaths by consumption 29. In Pkiluielphia there were 98 deaths; adults 47, children 51. In Boston there wete 85 deaths. JO" The new Governor ofthe Island of Cuba, has taken active measures for suppressing gamb- ling not only in Havana but throughout the Island. At the lawst accounts the police were rery vigilant m ferreting out and arresting all offenders. K*"Byadvices from Jamaica, W. I. to the 29d ult we leafa that there hsd been great suffering on She Island, by reason of a drought—so muehsojthat water was doled out by masters of plantations, to in very short allowances. The City of Hertford, (Conn.) has determine .... a to the Legislature of that State, hi authority to loan the credit of the hy toan $200,000, to aid in the con* ofthe Hartfoidand Springfield Railroad. m ^ ftom R. Rho...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly Galvestonian — 8 May 1841
í:,.? V f' . Be® Ite ■ &¥*; \v S^f*j i %— K'l V AUSTIN CITT GAZETTE. Published, every Wednesday, by Sam. Whiting. Those interested ¡a the Gazette being of opinion that, during the present cricis of affairs In Texas, it is absolutely necessary to commit the helm into the charge of some skilful pilot, who not only possesses the ability but also the will and nerve accessary to guide the ^Vessel of State" from the midst of tba breakers where she at present labors, ¿b imminent basará of being dashed to jaeces, and viewing, in Gen. Sax Houston, "the pilot that weathered the storm," and enjoys the full and deserved confidence of hit fellow-citizens, will support him fot re-election as president of Texas. The columns of tba Gazette will t tion of the Republic. In this journal, the laws and ConssKution will, at all times, find a fearless advocate. * The Gazette, not bpipg baaed on party politics, frill lend its support to the Executive in every in- stance where the measures adopted by hi...