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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 19 October 1838

tin '. \\ I tllfiS Cll<|. Ky Miiss., Printed • o)iii ^ f vu.J mi lirli history dosophus Immi (lorion hy ,\<lnins tV: Wilder for fHE <lcslrni li-ii. of the citv of '•'fill's where the Holy Seri|>- Leom ¡ nster. I. Tlioin is, jun.. So ' VQLUME I. tm wm ED1TED BYH. HTUABT. Published kvem,v pkiday morning. TERMS —Five dollar a jrw, in tdhflte. ADVERTISING—One *«]uar<,onc dollarfor(be fat insertion—««ch aubsequent fewer I Hi n, fifty ciiit*. tr All M<n <>n buiiocii oí the office must be port paid or they will not be takm •at of (be post oifice. Front Ilood'f T)wn.—Rcp b wbrd by Q. Dearborn A Co., Krw-York. black, White and browín. All at oucc Miss Morbid left off sugar. She did not resign it as some persons lay down their carriage, the full bodied family xóaeh dwindling into a charriot, next into a fly and then into a sedan1 chain She did not shade it off artistically, like certain house- hold economists, from white to whitey brown, dark brown, and so on, to none ...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 19 October 1838

_y >> v 9 1 l e átauntor , Va. Sj:cci-iwi' contain the particu- lars |¿>f ¿he trial'of the three slaves, Andrew, Lucinda, ana 'Caroline, fur |he murii r of the two children of theit^ master, Mr. Mayse of Bath County, Va. Some account of the murder lias already been given to t«M5 public. On Fruity the 10th of August, two lit- tl'i daughters of Mr. Mayse, one aged something more seven years, and the other probably from 12 to 18 Months younger, who had been going to school for some time, about three quarters of a mile from their father's house, having failed to return home at the usual time, their mother became uneasy at their d"!:iy, an.l caused a search to be made for them, sup^u-ing they had strayed oil fur the purpose of gathering wild berries and had lost their way. ller alarm wasincreas- ed by the fact that her husband was absent at the Hot Springs, and night was fast approaching iForsome time the search was unsuccessful, but at length the children were found lying dead,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 19 October 1838

^Vv ti ?: iit'.icb v. «I* ..«i f n iIms ii.>ti§4Minu fe; Court « • x -1 4o llis (ioVfiniiifrilt ¡ Htiy (.rrtra Iroin ilií Comitindef o! •ü'<1 our < ourse towuíds u • rchS'i ' I n of ih« hW^d | respecting the two Fronchineto, Maio&udand Raimotid, of ir* U States, whoso recent abduction from New York excited so ur : i.;.- I , «uiiv> rim.' ¡i: v n > fh- 1 ' •' •!l "1 • '* •.«•i • | ti iv ; «"•*ii w !«'i t- |l a \u * k,r •iiu !«' i oi"#fu ;ta Mi x. o. v: Iht pir'i aim' l i.>rU d d i>titil further orders 1 tit «t ii'.w a- i « ifit.'v t {.'ivkIi tu the',f..r*Mgii ««'Viril ni. win hi«H . ; • iv.-' ti li -r lru«i« «filie ► him*, we have n< i. fi'liii" hi with mh.Ii vesxelH. ns in ..ill | l.i-.U I | «I* -• ' : I •' ■ . . 4 '. v ■ • i P i ;;¡ í 'iiinni'i.li.rn ü¡>z .cl <; f.rs :i i! j: |i« diuli;'<- liac tal-.i li [ ¡«« I *\ e j • i < - ¡. ami 11: • l • ;irf- iiii n , , . ii- Oiiiv n,ir-:iei>i i «-f ( .ul# our • oc«- j ¡ •;. ¡ • < ■jii'tii' ini i,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 19 October 1838

• ' jrwZ&T7 / /f | v «•' í Flow Blackwood' Magazine. THE BEDOUINS SONG OF HOME, IN A DISTANT LAND. BY MM. goow1.v. Let ma depart—-let me depart O'er tbe bills and the'plains afar; From your balls of pride to the Desert wide. Where the tanta of my people are. Boast not to me of your stately bowers, Where the rose and the lilly bloom, Of your raiment wrought with a thousand flowers In the craftnaan's curious loom. Boast not to me of your cities old, Of your harems rich with gems and gold; For the dungeon deep, 'neath the gilded dome, Where the tyrant reigns, is4tbo Captive's home. Dearer to mo—-Jearer to me la ite roof of my father's tent, And the frugal fare made sumptuous there Bt tbe ma ic love bath lent. ; Your fountains gush from their marble urne, Like a star thut ia hurled to the earth, And the mas!: and the fragrant "loe burns In the bowiia of your wonted rainh. Dearer to aa :* the insence sweet; Dearer to co than your fountain's swell, Of the wild herb erush'd by my camel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 January 1839

r / IK) roj en ti g u c as r p libt'i to KS, catín i sal ■y U P"li H C¡tf . coa ti, tb ncnti THE CIVILIAN AND GALVESTON VOLUME 1. GALVESTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1839. Si vi , ¡ In Tallehassee, Flfltfle^be saw a traveller pay bis bill. Discovering be had money, be told the stranger be was travelling his route, and, as it was a dismal ' road, would be glad of bis company. The stranger EDITED BY II. (iltABT. PUBLISHED EVEllV FItlDAV MORNING. TERMS—Five dollar* a year, in advance. AltVEKTISING—Oue «¿W,one dollar forlhe first .nscrt.on-cnc h «ubsfquc, •A>*-rtion, fiftv cents. .. ¿ <- • . _ w rr aii letter on bMinesi of the offi. t-must i.t po.tpa.a or ih«ywi Uot ,c takeu tanked him, and they travelled together about 17 mmm—a miles, when Cook proposed that they should drink to- CSALTBSTOIV, WEDIflWDAY, JANIJABY 9, 8139* gether; and while the stranger was drinking out of the branch, Cook shot him through the back of the head, and robbed him of $662. Cook and his brother-in-law...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 January 1839

try* vr stAtemekt . --v , j Of the Civil and Contingent Expenses of the (Totem- ment far ike year 1838. * President's salary, - _ $10,000 00 CoatoClwaM inafttrnishbg, 11,003*78 j Private Secretary, - 1,300 00—622,502 78 Vice President's salary - 3,000 00 Secretary of Stale, - 3,500 00 Chief Clerk, * - 1,500 00 j Clerks to end of'December, Treasury, OlAb to end of December, •abont, * «Secretary of War, Chief Cleric Clerks to end of December, about, • " of Navy, 2,700 00— 3,500 00 1,500 00 2,500 00— 3,500 00 1,500 00 3,600 00— 3^00 00 1,500 00— 3,000 00 5,000 00— 2,000 00 2,500 00 General, General, mail as per ap- General Land and'Bookkeeper, Auditor, 7,700 00 7,500 00 8,600 00 5,000 00 8,000 00 31,000 00— 35,500 00 3,000 00 4,000 00 2,000 00— 2,500 00 / 3,000, 00— 2,500 00 1,500 00— 2,500 00 2,500 00— 2,500 00 . 2,500 00— * ■ i® S- * ? 9,000 00 5,500. 00 4,000 00 5,000 00 5,009 00 3,000 00 15,000 00 1,500 00 Amount forward, ^btfbrward. Expenses of Congtes^last $145,802 78 T8 gress pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 January 1839

4*; v"■ tve i t.rr.of, 1.1 3«5,í>ái |ovc-r an¿ í Will I ind property able i* titles, estimate ports, ] > mcam strained eir pro* " ¡I rrom inj- contri, sectiot pop* ' that polic) i of du* i ■ ~~Tr¿i.a4a4Hga—bH6 per Srhr T .*"/ r l/oiu New York ; Mih \! A ürn-h. Miss J A Iirush, C'/ l J T Pinl.ney. MjMert I) JL <j |'ii kn -y. S Wood, J I' Hurler, Capt S Arnold, F. L Arnold, F Fr^bec. G G.Deidioii, VV Wild. Masters Ju«?ph, J HUIOS, and á Taylor, Mr and Mrs Dodge ■ ltd child. IVr Steam sli p Columbia, from New Ooleans: F Bell, II Evans. J VV Collins, A A HaUey, C M McAlister. G It Glenn, M Pr iodic, II Clayton, A átevans. S \V Snow. L Calquahaun, T Moore, VV Clifton, F<Law, W Miller. VV Neville. J Dwighi, S Sini'.h, VV M Heal*, Gen Cornbá, II Wilson. J A Alston. J AI Kap, L Wesaott, J R Oakley. J Swan R Kyle, Madame* Evdtis, Col- lin*, Bush, Moore, Croesse, Devine, and QO on detk. .Mr. sidart — Voii will pleaw publish, in the Civilian, fb« Ordinances of Organization of the G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 January 1839

ín 7 ay VANWINKfcE, BROTHERS, General Auciwu Commission, Agency end Foncarding Mtrtkuttts GALVESTON. RtrcRFxcE;— «Messrs Hillyer, Busfa & Co. " Yanwinkle ¿Banda II Van Pall * Fowler, Badger & Peek, Beard Sl Bjoren, " James Reed & Co. " Bogart & Hawthorn. " Hoyt Sl Ford, , Jonah Willuns, Csq. Haeeifc. Doswell, Adams A Co. \ nrtn«t«„ t«**« W. D. Sl R. M. Lee. \ HoUft°B' Texas* " 8. L Jones Sl Co. Quintana. Waller, M'Connell Sl Masterson, Í Velasco. •' John Sharp Sl Co. 5 Gail Borden, Esq. 7 ) E A. Rhodes, Efa. >Galveston. Stewart Newell, Esq. \ Galveston, Sept. 2d, 1330—1 -tr. } ^ New York. J ' New Orleans. Mobile. Ala. 10,000 vfti M h my t {> , Ft. White Pine Lumber, V«VW 12,000 do. Hemlock Joists and Scantling, 100 50 ft. bxs Window Glass 8x10,10x12.10x14,12x14,12x18 6 do. English do. 13x20,14x90, 14&2, 17x23. 13 <kegs Nails, ft cases superior London Dress& Frock Coats Sl Pantaloons . 3- dó Shoes, 10 kegs Paint: White Lead, Putty, See. 1 bhi. Spirits...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 May 1839

In it t%« •i 04 In 21 at £ 5 ei £ iw Ml ra Nt i. r the civilian and galveston gazette* VOLUME 1. GALVESTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1833. BtlTBD BV STUABT. PUBLIStlED EVKKV r'RlOAY MORNING. TEBXB—Ftvr dollar • ?«*r, in advancr. . AllVLltTlSINU—<>■« M|uare, I««dollar (urine firkt ingestion—each Mtbsoquec of lite office must be post paid or they will uoi he Ukeu **OAJIDS KíílL and other pas «engerí, and ANNOUNCEMENTS of can ' * Er iclTíi wa«ider«l «i charged a, adterlisemenU. FOR NEW ORLEANS. THE new and fast running Steam Ship CU- BA, J. B, Cirioo, muter, will leave Galveston for the ""■•ibwe port on the 1st and 15th of every month, and will •ave New Orleans for Galveston the 8th and 2Sd of each month, ^he CUBA is nearly new, of six hudrcd tons burthen, coppered •ad copper fastened, with Two Corran Boilers. She has two lengths of Fire Hawe; Iron Steering Chains, and is well with Fire Buekets and Small Boats. Aaa STEAM PACKET SHIP, 4he is Miwrpassed for speed and safety by any pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 May 1839

With a cait-l bead was bent' ss if be mediat- ory musket aim, tent tbe ball of kw ero. Tbe report drove the test of of tie lagoon, tbe timid H ill woods aad tbe vultures of tbe surrounding trees. Mhortfty wtifc nge ni Ttfcff f^dw. and tab- ooed ttiL Om of Us of tk. deed elephant, ftM *e j«w. He Bp, wkha tbe Httle aorad IMÍ **peedog1 UMvSmZ be Mt the «U.TCMM. ri u< ¥ fcrwi><,nri- woody Aot- 4' ■6«fcs 'S'' CIT* 1841 ¡Air ® ■ - i ■ ■ ■• íTt. .V i#*1* sn r m v. f ?« (HFwktT #¿ií irs«3* " it^-«ih r -jW1" , As * • -J' (RÉÍÍÍ TIE CUMIAN MU CALVESTOH GAZETTE. re nyf t Some facts have just developed themselves bere, which, if strong eircumstantial evidence is entitled to tbe slightest weight, go to develope an instance of cold-blooded villainy and depravity seldom equalled, and of a character at once sorrowful and revolting. Late in May or early in June, 1837, five or six young men, occupied the same bed room one night, at tbe boavding bouse of Mrs. Mann, at Houston. In tbe morning ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 May 1839

•3s? '/ The 4<>1k>wiiig account of the plague at London in lti$5, is taken from Rothelan. Tük In its maliglity it engrossed the ils of all other maladies, and made doctors despica- ble. Of a potency equal to death, it possessed itself of all bis armories, and was itself the death of every ether mortal distemper. The touch, yea, the very eight of the afflicted was deadly: and its signa were so sudden that families seated iu happiness at their roeals, have seeu the plague spotbegiu to redden, and have wildly scattered themselves -forever. The ce- ment of society was dissolved by it. Mothers, when they saw the sign of infection on the babes at their bosom, east them from them with abhorrence. Wild places were sought for shelter;—-some went into ships end anchored themselves afar off in the waters. But .Aerogel that was pouring the vial, had a foot on the •H an well as on the dry land. No place was so wild ' that the plague did not visit—none so secret that the aiúckrsígbted pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 May 1839

T-F V 1 "■ Z^. •TA «.AUIM, 1^1 Hams, Sboddbfli lid itaélf LiyWH)DIMON A A. TAYLOR k CO. General (Wiitwii Forwarding Merchants t Galveston, Texas. hhucik n *Co. ) , ÍMisiss, V Baltimore. - —>m ftfhr, H ) Nnr (Mnm. MIWYmIL -4- i Eaatpart. ■ * e éacitaoocLfl «Él ■■ ".til a'S r fin tVjÉ ♦ wtcscoc* ffifn >fh ancssi * TW1M > yw;>--tfMy plDRl 7do Bro- JAMSS P. COLE, (iMuflm Canto ) ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ottvamw Tizas. at MhMpNvf Cipk Taylor. UtoO, IkUl. IXISS, McCULLOUGH fc ALLKN, atlMS Merchante, Houston Tixas. •WON k HITCHCOCK. GALVESTON HOTEL. JLhA THE undersigned bin taken lie (bore y [ well know* atoad, and ara nv preparad to ocaonno dato all gossto Hat M]f ««II opon tksa. Visiters will at fiad oar tskto sad bar wall supplied with all Iba conforto •f lito to ba had ia Texas. A. LAS HLEY dss2l:lfrtf ' HANDLES, Batter, Sweet Oil, Kegs Sounds and ^ Tóame , Chocolate, Ac.,jeet received sad for sala by ney*3fe* DIMON A HITCHCOCK. a FOR SALE.—The HOUSE and LOT *t pnetf HnpMkfC. H. Vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 January 1840

'/■- ft i «■ é f E CIVILIAN ¿ <*X • * * ♦*rS VOLUME II. KDITIB Bir n. ITUABT. PUBLISHED EVERY WBDNEtlDAY AND SATURDAY. ¿SSStt"*** a *"*.'•«toiice.or *even dollars and lar «lid • half in advance, ut*tóiirX)fa7ii'aTlÍiet^J,y^yj;f<^1- Iba armi weekly. * ADVERTISING—One square, une doll , for the firm inser- tion aa< K subsequent insertion, fifty cent*. ° * tr All letter* on business bf lite office must be pv.t oajj thqywill not be taken uul of the postoffice. CARDS of Steamboat and other .passengers, ánd Annopnce- mkxts of candidate* for office, fare consitlerud and charged a* ad- yeitistmente , Oír The above rati are in New Orleans iiioney.and out books, ffucSt". u;ii K-l ur. 11_i l! rHr-.. galveston, texas, saturday,january 3,8, 1840. placed at the disposition f «be Oaprimenl iveranieut te rail* recruits elsewhere,and p W* do not know of a public man ú,'Te¿¿ who* «unes have been more arduouq or better fulfikd than thpae of General Henderson, arid the pleasure with • «• ® • w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 January 1840

Mí. •■• ■-' .'A- ' • . : .' • - ,•'... •"... A i* ... • • -/.V ; • •& .,'«•■■ ? ;• v * ' V *'-. - ."• V ;£4 ?•- ■ É'-'¿a*>í •• • ftrl ..' V" •W- jjy y ! i&s J* * *i '" "/^*' ''**• ' ' ** ' I <!*"•'" "' A UC?Tííri^fO« Fridiy^jth iiisi , ^viil bs su)j Rt,pubj¡n Aiv-' il lion, iiíf/mit Vyattttyorisp/foraceotiin of the Under- wrueri-,4 Urgetásíortfornt ofready made Clothing, «<nrti tiBjr «f ConwyVenn' Punt*, «<c,—A| o:3 Burgau<¡,.l ;#'>l3, and sutdry oUis/.Mtieto^-dvinajgod 'on the voyage of .importation. '«';• V. " ■iffjiepositive, willumt reserve ■—'Terms c«'«k, New ■ Orleans currency, or TextisTreasury Notaa m N«« Orleans quotations;. jirt UKU ; ,A. J. VANWlNKDE, Auctioneer. Hi m RépuSlic of Texas—Cafinty of Galveston. NRY N. POTTpR having petitioned the Probote Court, r... ■ — .«■ a i- (Jif Eaiute pf J«ine« L. Gor- LL persons indebted toMha undersigned, are hereby notified _ tljat I hiva thii day trartsfered mybooks, note's and accounts Messrs McKinuay and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 January 1840

^xv ^ ;' 'k .. • ^ * V \ > PENNElTtf PAltSQNS, Commission Merchants* Galveston, Texas, Have jiMt completed large and coinmodioU bailding a, Tor the piirpoaeof receiving Holing and and doing a Gener- al Commission Baeines . ■ Alt 0nmli consigned and entrusted to uur care, wiMbo proinptlyattended to. KfcrKBEKCL* . '•< v . ft RitMUV* . PkUattelfMa. *■ ^ Sat ". Conv asa <r PiItírUí*. — W BlMm. Ri«u* Jk> C#~. Orleans. Conreas A..C . J • . Qam. k fewn* SAMUEL MAAS, Land Broker, le CwwwW« Merékant, GALVESTON, THAI. |3" Of fina liia Agency; m every braníti relative and especially that, eonnected with-the trade pfl^^ m - ■ * —L,!- Land* in Eastern oí Western uii the mist acceptable teruaa.. L. M, HlTCHfcOCK, Wholesale and Retail Dealer m Groceries, Crockery and Skif^kondliry, COMMISSION AND FbRWARDIM^ MBRCUANT,] cío! ~~"r Prviiions ' Gaveston liov 13-.tr MENARD, Commission, Ktctiviug and nov lSdhf , - Immri 'ding, Menkonit. .««j.yptrroii eiT*. urn; •chanté. any purl af the Republ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 January 1840

Cígto c; ' / ' -'.'í: - v rm THE" ElVUfAN AND 6ÁLVESTflH BAZfTTF. CAlV« TOIV, MTBBBAY, IMViMT 18, 184 . •' r- /*?.' •7 TJio. yotin^géntlomen at the. Lyceum, had an am- "tMioJ .jiu^lic debate, on Thursday evening, on .the Hubjoct, "Should capital punishment bo abolished?" We were agrqeably surprised at the eloquence, t ct, and research displayed by tho speakers, and the com-, pany generally aeemed to bo highly, pleased. The question was ably debated oa WUi a^jO ; a^^|SCÍaédt in ihe negativo. Messrs, John S; "ETa«s, James A. Jones, Lilly, arid one or two others, whose names we Mr. RÍ'CulIougb in the negative. The bill to establish a Light house on the East end of Galveston has become a law, We are'not advised of its details. An affair of honor almost, came oft' iff this city on Wednesday. Gapt. Skerrett sent a challenge to Capt. Lawrence, both of the army, by the liandd of- Mr.A. Robertson, of Houston. Upon the delivery of the challertge, some altercation arose between the chal- lenge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 November 1840

dAtrVEST "« M *>« k«« Ml 8 EADBON. are march 41 Ltaiw AittM a jy N : Mt; Wl except the I bar I'er ten oontraete Oave bee inlit consequently cannot be statu pplicatieiis and at tb« store I* v*éi*i ■oN iüto fc^Ít«at-^«d3¡5 WALTON Id XX bmed Itomitfppt, liiuii-l 6 doxen each, or at rata CHCOCK. sept 19 aB^MMMaH A jF ~oW"HET® tlttlfcl fcáiÉ .TI i Uní, J ni Jul ** %*«• *ifl¿# ^tFoOMMSÑToS tiff* pOITlllw WTfr W *P|9wM«toM*tfifraJ ***** vassm ^; 3 ^^^TSKSfSSSSSSB Tgir^ZSSlWfcma^é m a ^nA,"fc heretofore fnptnlih btt«iiH)M _ ■■ some a nu nU t«^J®íÍiWééKb^a«i>A( sMMfcfcaiííifrii ■iwíbí éfrp*ti<ft l 4f« *+'iaeaprt<*i* rB w> dj l «íí iKí«í5tlJ WF tuce. m ROW ONI |J§!J8*| ^^5??SS#5W**« JLj l*ñ#> ma, .ifrsrfawM,i¿w Tkatl sbatUlae be the dntjr of tfd at ttaYagalar weakly moet- mtr* ttmr £U3SS&ltt 'A'ltWtifl Sr^SÍWrV áWHIMFdérfe ■ ^ llá iJl BÉ v**M* *«?íWw SDEl*- r «hill reWWe *,**! *4* prt oertíMr * 3rW*^«W^' Mí.WALTON, 1 un V-Í 1 Afir • iwialmanla ofuiuCt* JPwIdéílaeecured &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 November 1840

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Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 November 1840

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Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 November 1840

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