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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 18 October 1842

a" rt- THE TE V AS TIMES (IHBHiHH '4 ..y . -- .-? f&Y roL. i GALVESTON TUE OCTOBER 18 1842. Np3 J. PINCKARD. editor and proprietor. THE TEXAS TIMES. HUNTED AKB rtJBLISHED EVERT SATUWUT BY D. DAVIS For Ihe Proprietor. TERM-!: Scmoiriok In adnce for 12 months or 53 Nos...$4 00 AiihNMnttxii ine vtiiumr... ........ . w ...... . j ...i.- .):..: r MM will tf nuroniinaea lexrcui ui ire tun-ivnv wi m mvn-B -- - the Editor) until all.arreanges are pain. MWttmsil-Adveiltseiiients will be tnsenej ni ine rate OIVVI UO Pr square oi ten imra i irsii ; i- rimn. and 50 cents for each week thereafter. The amber of insertions required must be marked on the . . f- -i . B.l........ltl.A.nCr.llllllfll.. margin Ol memanuscnpi.ur uicj- m ui-is"ivu w. bid and charged aecor lingly. . c-:....l .fvrtimrntn or business cards not rxcecd- inf four lines $3 50 fnr three ninths S6 00 for six An.l Sin (10 for metre months. r.K.HMMnrr. .-n''fint fnr office will be 810 00 anwnuu ... . - -.--- - . JJ...- I To quar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 18 October 1842

tSTF i'y-1 ? c -? -...- T-ifA.1' r kM- &- lrW Y-k u? 4 w ? kiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHka - - .-a" ? ji1& P"P-Ji i i"k.v--j- p!sii.j''7i - - ?a&i'.&ii J?- -- " -dsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii - r ...For the Tcxaa.Times. hSC i. A STORV HI? TRTAS.l J"1 V'-lltrtiA to travel a few dalrVasA iM forcifiticr -JhtfibmpMkia.. The rains had eweJJen'lbe streams and :jaiderd-a passage across the country almost impracti-wMsWe'-bad not procccdcd.'farbftfcoe:cameToa " BWiSMeii creek. I nrsDared mvselfrbv. strippinc off my - iUfcsW'nd"'p!ungcd into tho stream "I swam.tho creek vaad called nnoa ray companion to follow my example. fT prepared himself accordratfJo'my'cHrectioM and in Tic T . f- . Y-- L'lit k..t.f.J nn1 Wsn BiieBfea; out unionuuaiciy uis;noreciuuim:u ...... Jul head he vienj into the waierandswara over to tlio side wham I awaited him : his horse however returned to the Vesftsette land where bis 'clothes were deposited x tola n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 2 November 1842

&'' Zvrfi.t!'' 'i&&$fw r. r. n V is . .5 'ti tt -. .. -ST v.-iW7-1 '5s.ft-e.l Sg ' .-. .. "x! TEXAS TIMES. JKTTi -j. VOL. I. GALVESTON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1842 NO. 45. t-i iUv -t-.. SU.. . &'&mm I Ai - ; 'JL:;JI'M:-Mli x r --1 Rlt tr 'IT 'jr. A i. ' '. ?5 - - f- F.HNCKARD. EDITOR ANitPR0?Rrr.'TOR. v ii ' ' ' '. ' ''' ' ' THE TEX;ASTtJlM.ESv nutrrxs and rtUMUWcmr iatoroat. BY D. DjSip.-S. ' For the. Vrapvf&H '4 4. r v TERMS: - Soucumcx In advance for 12 months or 54 Nos...-00 Ko taper will be .discontinue d (except at the' discretion of the Editor) umu an arrearsgesare psiu. . AnrssTtstBO. Advertisements will be inserted at iheTate of 01 00 per square of ten lines or less for the firt in- sertion and 50 cents for 'each week thereafter. Tho number of insertions requited must be marked on the margin of the manuscript or they will-be inserted till for- bid and charged accordingly. . Je Professional adverliementsor business -cards not exceeding- four lines S3 50 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 2 November 1842

--"K. ? (w .. jll !V to jt--.-" 0fe 4- Pl K V '1S&& WP .- & - 3-. 3? CV iy.i A j V JU K Cvsioct kcclurttt or Mexican Soldiers. It is a fact worthy of notice that from tho earliest periods that conflicts bare ensued between the Mexicans and Anglo-Americans the Mexican soldiers hate never been known to stand a direct charge of Anglo-American troops. In every battle and skirmish that has occurred whenever a charge has been made upon Mexican soldiers they have invariably Bed as if panic struck. Tho celebrated Mina who com menced the invasion of Mexico with only three hundred troops chiefly Anglo-Americans availed himself of this ad- vantage and was uniformly successful often routing in a desperate charge Mexican detachments ilirrc times greater than.his own. The Patrio: forces under Kemper and Ju- tieras in the frequent contests with the Mexicans unucr Salcedoand Elisondo near Bexar in 1813 resorted to the ante expedient with similar success Arrdondo hoccr after the defeat o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 2 November 1842

$ffip X "Vl an-.; .. - e 'wri - trr a f I V- v . w L r t .- t rtnlon of the landing of the nary officers at Tampico: " Tta Medwtjr dorioi her Uit trip down die Gnlf was obGged Jo lere her mail and mail officer it Tampico bo- canaa be could not get off during norther and the last tanner the Solway from there not only could not get the mail and officer but waa oMigid.lo.leave her own togeth- er wiU the pnrsur became of "the tamo difficulty." From the N. O. Tropic we also clip the fol- lowing: j- " From the Correspondent of the Noticioso. Visa Cjtcx Sept. 30 1843. On the Slat inau 2500 men left Maxieo destined for Jal- apa to replace the 3000 who are to operate against Cam- peeehy. The squadron is composed of two steamers two brig and three achoonerswith provision! for three months "fy1? 0 etaixa beon " P0s or Texas should their ctTona in Yucatan be crowned with success. The port is doted until the sailing of the expedition. 8nt Ana leaves Mexico on the 1st of October and proceeds in" ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 2 November 1842

si. r-r. ! M-4ftJ " iT3tV. jr T' FH T T' sMcjr pt. f -. t j f THE WORTH OF WOMAN. TM.OX TBI StRHiX OF ICBILLIH. Honored be woman! she bem on the sight Graceral and fair like a being of light ; Scatter around her wherever (he strays Rows of bliss o'er our ihorn-corercd ways ; Roses of Paradise sent from above . To be gathered and twined in a garland of Love. Man on passion's stormy ocean. Tossed by surges mountain high Conns the hurricane's commotion Spurns at Reason's feeble cry. Loud the tempest roars around him Louder it still roars within ; Flashing lights of hope confound him Stuns hint life's incessant din. Woman invites him with bliss in her smile To cease from the toil and be happy awhile ; Whispering wooingly come to my boner- Go not in search of the phantom of power Honor and wealth are illusorj come ! Happiness dwells in the temple of Home. Man with fury stern and saiagc Persecutes his brother man ; Reckless if he bless orravacc Action action still Ire plan. Now creating n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 6 November 1842

A &t U .t-i ;T 5?t . -'re- J"w i H - P. - W. rv ; ws .5 u-. ! E. x -Y f' f in ft- jJ S "'; vr THE BECT.G A CONTINUATION 0:F "IHE OLvI. TEXilS TIMES. SAN LU'I-S ADVQCATF.. GALYESTON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6 1842. iTK PIKCKARft'EfalTOR AMD PROPRIETOR. THE TEXAS. TI M'E S . fOTEO 4X9 tUSUIBU WtttlT fr D. D A V 1 9 . For tp Proprittor. ? ' TERM WMaanBKIaainaclarlSeoathiorStKo(...t4 00 .. Al Ik clot efts Volume 3 00 ywrBVt dJaronbtrtid (except at lb discretion of rTt iWj MNl tll.amaragaa ar (Mid. Aiiaaiiinu Adtwttitomiata wiO b utcrttJ "at ih rate i"T-W'W Ber.aaiaareof ten lineaacleas forth first in- Hinn m4 SO ma for nth week thereafter. The rjtuw rf iiittrVmni requirad aoetb mtrked on lb ifa 0 Witniciipt.or tiny will Ulaatrtadtilllor- U asss) tUwJ eeeotliagly. MMhI drrt"wraott OT.tasttne cart not exeetd- vJikaT few fastayMSO for tart twoaiba-46 00 for six tan 1H W for twain months. . tuMtM far oEc trill bo J0 00 s"ytriy adrrfiitera a reasonable dedoctian ?sS TW feSowiajf potluntn will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 6 November 1842

''i b yic To tbi Emnk or TOS 1 IU til - V4 vHt It is iih real aaiirfaciiaa'laat I4icorrr in rnitr Ittt nambm lhal you have rxirautrd int.. a mr ol the un'ial- lowad e of iha Prrf ide nr'nf Texa-. and drp'nral.lr maM ha the tanr laof anr attof p-onr. whu ml siiui.rlr tir'd to. and wink tl the turntiide-of the acti.ra m am rnvrrn I IDtgU tnrit ure"yaa Ihe firat tri 'natd artTtuil di- awa-taitiBj aota uMwrac i n4 ii ia jog wfin ti an anfuiu. tDMBi maxtm wh eh hit BrrTaiTid In nmnnr bet" tint "tbt Ku can d.t n-t amej" anJ I tin hehete iht! COT President with rut im'-erfiir ha la.crd i him'rf that. " ai applteab'a In him (at certainty he la trfnt n a If IkA kailiilu1 tat tlt fa l...i.K a .!..'... I. vn iV'imwuT-irw . . .- ii ..-c" UH"' '" itttiutCarg'rtablinkaatruch intatfa) rde;.r ifili y bat not he wttold hare bwn impr a In d at iLe lati rr-ri t. which h etmrf ned br pr-c at aiin m tin m the 7 h 7nna Ian il lh- cur f llmi'tiMi dar tye'eare lhath' iM totabmt to tli-r diiermtniti..n ihr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 6 November 1842

w IX if?' V' to iMHwmtwtirrf.tto owalciliiyeBdintis. fMM k ih Ma iwiea Mwa rrwa point to Ts)jafcilatit klt .tWw rtofMririta Bu.It.etncr. w'yuMHjl fteex the tatleme clcmtatt. JteS8"" i"cihK' aaamtaaaaaia e ItwMl OfM oer.de roied country thr 'itojiir-fmrfMit kgkJili!ari the WM(wSMSt4w'wlidi we. may expect at the slated 2$$241Zf. " '- -1. i PMjMMtJMaricf-tM contempt ridicule end MiaarM'iHMJt'latbe-Unittd.Stttn-we . JMpfM4 km ta .Aek-upecUtioBi of pot b-a-wijfMoili titt cktfe; wd art looted opea at MttaWtftft ntt tf. --iMI who b ire fMMffcMtfi! of rouindiat Mexicans FM J fr HjtMet and MltthMriimf ear fee; to tweatr tbonc ralBBBBBBBBnanil ."eP r&am fpelitiWfrme? from abroad; A anaiBvaaBv auihtAHal lu JaJ a...! - aMiaiWiiM.ve tret 1t ia... aLjafatfk Mha AAAA Ibb. Banaaafk laaUBM aaneaiet nfanfnmgt W .aM.'eaapatav TWr cTap&i.& pri- r 111 m iiiyia wtwat pjiaw k'.ftriMli'MEilacfatiiaeV W''lWihitit&'iwirt af oneness airi HaV'OiiWi'atui to'yfate.tbhw of wenaaitefiMkkvW mHagtypy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 6 November 1842

y W For the Tf xu Time. THE TEXIAN HUNTER. i An 21 OU EnglUk Gsailrawa. Whan murmurs Guidelnpa'sttreaui Alone 1U rocky bed. Embowered in a live-oak grove There stands a lowly ibed All treaty grown for cold has beta .Iu binh for tniny a year God rtM ha toal who onca aboda Within that cabin drear ? A brave old Taxian hunter ha AU ol tha prtjiita wild A lonely ttrtnie. nntanght old man No cara nor lear ha knew 80 htppr in hi solitndr 80 ca Deles kind tad true i With a Tit art that like his ri8t good ? Na'cr watered in iu aim- la waal and woe to friend or foe la truth waa are the tataa t For a fine old Texun burner bold ' --Wtlfht .tJjfco rsam'd the .wild. " "" v- '- Be aaWota assent the bwr asaat Where men logtiBtrnsraiV- Yat kindly towtlda hb'tsttdv man Tha raatt-leaa woodma'irfclt. HairoaviaaEeainiled and well Too Arab boat be plat'd. Wbeoaro 10 hit green-wood borne A wand'nnr lootattp atray'd like roud old Tsxian hunter bold Allof the praine wild. v Wljtf lliftitn warditmay'd the la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 16 November 1842

SfeLl J. JUUliS BEING A CONTINUATION OF tTHE SAN LUIS ADYOOATE.' kyoL. i. GALVESTON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1G 1842. NO. 47. TEXAS mwmMU k PINCKARD EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. THE TEIAS.T13IES PRINTED ANT1 nWLISIJED 1VKKKLY . B Y D. DAVIS For tlic Proprietor TERMS: SoBPcElrnn.v In advance for IS months or 53 No... 81 00 .At the close or tho Volume 5 "00 No paper will bo discontinued (except nt the discntion of 1 lie hditnr.) unlil all arrearages nro paid AtiTERTisi.io. Advertisements will be inserted at UioTatc of SI 00 per squate often lines r less for llic first'in- If t-criion and 50 cents Tor each neck thereafter. 1 lie number of insertions required must be marked on the margin of the manuscript or they will be inserted till for- bid and charted accordingly. Professional advertiscments-or business cards not exceed- ing four liois S3 50 for three months SC 00 lor six months 310 00 for twelve months. Announcing candidates for ollicc will be $10 00 To quarterly or yearly advertisers a reason...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 16 November 1842

met For llic Texas Times. Pivririnn It may noi be uninteresting to yournumcrous readers' be intiirmcil wnat lias uecn none in anncni. iotm in Ihm countries when n dariric invader txillulcd their soil y the ravages of their millions. Three hundred S;arians ml 1)11. mm.1I Xpni9 at liin straits uf Tlirrmonvhc. and disputed tlie passage ol 3000000 Persians surccasfuIU for days and killed three thousand and but for the treachery of the traiti r Upialns uim went lurme of gold to the I cr- sian commander and disclosed lo him a secret passage up the hill would have maintained ilmir pnt. The Per- atnetf.Lirfr ntlvantan-cnf lhctvi$safe. fetl on liio Spartan hand by surprise and llncby overcome llicin kl'iui: every one but one who cscapt d 'o Spartan when ho was stigmatized as acv'rard. At Tlicrmonylaj there was erected n niapnificent monu- ment in honor of those brave defenders tt" (Jrccre. On the ni'inutnent were two wripiiotisi The one general and rrlatinc to all llm-e u-lm ilied on this nc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 16 November 1842

TV? MWfctss liV SiTsTSelt . .jT Wr .-? y rL' r. fc-r a. " &?T '. HA.f N. 'rf'V? B j?---- C 9 &. W-ft.v. y" ik. ss.r A " ""Sil - ffi fiJEE I- 4 1? t yj NjfciS- .-i-. r-- a tj & ZZ& !&? Vi 1 "- - V- i aiice with a population of less than one hundred thousand and a territory as extensive as five of the larger States ol the Union occupied a high and in- teresting rank hoth in Europe and-America. A revo- lution has been accomplished without much loss of Wood or treasure and a high excitement was running in her favor as a nation with a general belief in her capacity to maintain her position. Her lands weie every where appreciated if not over valued and emigration was setting to her shores. Yet with the eyes of all Europe and America dU rectett towards the new 'Star' which was rising in the horizon with the resources of an immense pu'i- lic domain icithoul tear we have sunk to the v cry lowest depths or wretchedness and meanness. Will the Civilian with these facts stand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 16 November 1842

& ..v wrrr. '"- JI ji- j-e"r- 1 c-- 1 fc.: n ( " 1 ?mr r?i" -Jk &-41 '! i vv i.?-3 ' :.- v)j r : F. S Tv 0 It. -sa? If; Ft. K 15 if V t ii rye o r. a i. oyi o v r. . BT JtMEs fi. VErXIVU.. O'rcp ill tic watcis a Coral Crote Wheic the 'iirJc niullcl nml guld-rishroie Vt litre the-ca-ilowcr spreads ilsleatrs of blur 'I liit ncr arc net with falling den II til in bright an J changeful beaut) shine Par lo n in tlie green and jjliss) brine. The flour is nf" sand lilc the inoiiitam drift And the jcail shells 'pauglc tho Ifi it) snow ; From curat rocks the -ca pi nils tifl Tlmr houghs nlicrc Hie lull s and billons lion ; I he water is calm ai A still liclon For the winds and waus arc absent there Ami Ihe sinds urebrnht as the star that glow In the motionless fields or upper air: There with Us waving hhde ul glecu The sea-flag streams through -he silctil walci A'nd the crimson leaf of the UuNc is veil To bljshj like n banner balh'd in ihujhlcr There with a light .itnl easy motion Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 23 November 1842

'rt-rsJ .(M Vr.tJTtJ-.' f I .- Ti V hM'isV. t.Wm E' o-tf aAvr? . ' &T " &&& ' .. 51 7t( TSiSS" . - . --$1 " "- xs - - vf - .ft ' BCfipSjgr''aMr'14ia iaww; r5'jn.!r3fe Vse- ' Y t.-33S!rjq8irj : -r-k -S ?: A-rc': : TrHT X 1 0 N 01E "39HE SAN LUIS ADVOCATE;"- J5i 'IIY ? crl $& GALVESTON WEDNESDAY NOV.EMBER 23 1842. NO: 48. -! .aSw?533 HHHHIIIHMMIHHH nB. ' "P V? taH' ? a"VhIaa TIIIEJS j-l'aBhko'.MMHLBMHHKMflBlij:. iJB. .J. rs-- f ' 1 " " v i .? ft m is? !'.! Sirf " &P- 8 l$PkE-C l W-Jb !& lt22 I - s V' f t-. J tw: -su-. . X kI& SMtL Jb ' vg t-.-jg.5 F.- PINCKARD. EDITOR AND PltoFRlETOlIK; J"'T. if'E' P E1 X A S r T -I "M- !. 8nB?CBllTio!Jn advance for 12 months or 52Nos... 00 A i ttu rlnun "nf llir Volume 5 00 No paper will be discontinued (except at tho discrctrooof ;IM itidlior! until an arreaniKci i j. AjruTiiia. Advertisements will. bo inserted at the rile -t ei m tir cnHirit nf inn linM ur Ims. for the finttn- tftettion and) cents for each week iherc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 23 November 1842

WWsmmw Ti rawv ' usur" 'rtff- Vj - .p"-." ra PBf 'si&z?? K V ''AJf 'y; ftf "a?4. MJ .&)' ..&?. $i W V U rjji en FL rs i i ijF- ersm sjNfceM iU -1 .A . tV"eW rr 'm t W2l . "W" M-a. i Efir&mHn' MfcM rATA2r-KlLV!T twakl Arthal of the Great Welter tttamilupr.Tkrc iajt later from England. The Great Western arrivedat New Ysrk on tho evening of the Cth bringing English datei to the 22d Oct. Crescent C ity. She bnofii out the ratified treaty and 110 passengers a- mong whom arc: His Excellency M. Virgil Mazer tho Belgian Minister; Le Vicomptede Cram) el M. Louis Dorg de Balzal Vice Consul of France in New York; M. Sam- payo Attache to the Legation of Ihe United Slates at Paris; and Al. Pageot Charge d' Affairs de France at New York. .Box's .American Notes. This anxiously looked for new work on America by Dickens came out in the Western and the first volume which contains an account of the au- thor's reception in this country is ndvertised to appear in an Extra Brother Jonatha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 23 November 1842

"mwrm ?!& -r". j-1 jt:.". ' TIT - vy te4 1 1 A 5T lf .T I V-- IP1 1 Uk. tvefi& E.m . mm .Uri'!..'"'! WTf OTiral interesting IteMoTnsw. (. Th eipedition 'detuned for the subjugation of Yeestan- haHed es the 19th nit. It consisted or the war atraiMr Gaadaloupe and the City of Dublin two brig and two . schooners of war together with the transport which had bcenpresMd into the service tbe English barqu Duke of Wellington schooner Herald nid J. V. Dun the American ahip Virginia Antoinette and barque Anna Lost! Belgian brig Elephantine a French barque and a BpanUh. pelacre. v Joar thousand troop were on. board tbeae vessels which are paid by Un GoveVnmtnt according to their tonage- To give tdat to the pageant near-one . hnndred dark-eyed senora embarked with their liege "lord and gallants to witness the demolition of the fort if the young republic and the supposed retreat of the Yuca- tan from the beautiful country. Capt. Charlewood i in command of the naval and Gen. J. V. Minon o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 23 November 1842

""'Fpf- .r-tf-fc'Y' re vi V nm ": 17; fe3f-i s..v:f .tTC"'.' J ? r&-J J&A i3 a-r ? 6.V fifp: Is i V i t?ir- fX Ir .ii. '. .V X apatisOTTryaEaaaqg HHilB -0 NA C HI LD. s BY MISS BABSETT. " Tis aye a solemn thing to mc To look upon a bsbc that sleeps t ' x Wearing in it spirit-deeps . i The unrevcaled mystery Of itt Adam's taint and.woe Which when thij revealed be Will not let it slumber so'. . Lying new in life b'cnealh The shadow of the coming death With that soft low quiet breath As if it felt the suu! Knowing all things by their blooms Not their roots I Yea ! the sun and sky Only by the warmth that comes Out of each! earth only by The pleasant hues that o'er it run! And hunan lore by drops of sweet White nourishment still hanging round The little mouth ss slumber bound! All which broken sentieocy Will gather and unite and climb To an itrimorlilily Good or evil each sublime Through life and death to life again. O little lids now closed fist! Mint j e learn to drop at last O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 7 December 1842

THE TEXAN TIMES. JSPS&F. A W -lV- V&EING A CONTINUATION OF "TELE SAN LUIS ADVOCATE." VOL. I. GALYESTON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 181:2. NO. 50. F. PINCKARD editor and proprietor. "THE TEXAS TIMES HINTED AXB rCBLMUID WEEKLY . BY D. D A VIS? For Ut Proprietor v TERMS .Quia i in va. In timet for it months or M Xo...sM 00 .Auheetoaeof the Volume J 00 Wa-mptrwinu daeonunued (except it the ducreuonof -. ikJitorBBtatll.miruerPtuo. AOTaTOCto-AdrtenenuwiII b mierieJ l iha rttt of Ct OO.per qutttof a line less for the fimia- teuoo and SO ctat (or etch r eek thernrta. The "MBtUroflnwruoiii rtquired mottb marked on toe wants of the Banuenpt. orthey Viil be inserted UB hr- bidaodthurtdaeeorJiaflr. - riniwnnil adrutifemtBta or tmnnea card not exceet- to fear hoe. M 50 for three month-96 00 for ax ' .i-7.iv. inno for twsln nontha. ;fajn-iiliint rinilHrri t caod'tdalea lor office will be 810 00 adTtrtacn a reaaoamaie 'i f itiemen wiu pkn-Tact aa t:uuuurin aabet totbe-nniee." - Hooter J. u. aBttf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 7 December 1842

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