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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 28 September 1840

Srf"VS mmsssm. mBBSXZF'&--&rl : sks ;w- a3e?.M ir 2? r " s-" r'' JtVtt -w. T. ...v.'aw - .teftjHay'3.' -Jl Tmi ?' iR2iS " Sw-3 KiKJVjefi 7 ifts?L .. r"l ft ii?iiri.'i'Trt. ' Ti- . V." ft. JL.A. -Vi . I I scie - 1 'Smr--.' fjafi P TE MB Ell a. is&r -a-... l I ?! K h- N" I' t '"VS. iv IV . j .f''? rt'-fj! . Kr-AitiBr" T; ROBINSON & -Xjft. '..- "" T1. t.- r l'LVI-MIlMin "MnmainMaudKDiKTncrfMOXtUT Oi"nt.Ctmr Jf'lfMetM4lJtarty Streets. nif. . z - im nniian -irear.:Wiv- i t . . eat.will be dlscoatiawd (except at the discretion ofifcEdftor) a all arrearageslave been ptid. WeaTWBaiw!rmiaserted at iterate of SI 00 ASStkeflkSerti(and50OTteforeach iSriSW e argteoC the manuscript or ihey mil fce iasertelllOTM anacnargcu atvuiuius'j- i distance; must be accompanied .j-i iamihamI -VMB...nwTr7rr-r- - - - - . . vilatM ICWrjOOQ reiercno: m " " rcandMttaf for any office will be $10 00 s . -in aJraace.s . . . -rrrsgg E5S .mrsa ?& j - b.V For. forty linei'orjes resewal contract tase...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 28 September 1840

3Ti7r""5E3525! r iikk .. " Tic w r .7. rrr1 ""wra. liwk that ..hCo &" J?e nid. I the acLi w oncn9Heror of the Indian Wis. proposition t"o be ? Ta f0?' 1 01 some imnnH . " " " Ki " K an.obiee. I - ruuigci011S. nil...! i . '. l I 01 nolirr - v- - . . " -"uu Wfletnera mcton? P'oS' I cu ihe . . -' - wwumry. and tnfeMWI I . """""wic inroads. njti.-r"! -l ieratlhehanrtcf ' """juries we suf- I of the crrm ..r .x.. "r?-neghbors. A knowWc" b . -" '" warm j-inr!u o.j.i. - - :.' I wc have dearh- Ma. " ""u "c experience establish .. ":.-". ln" country go W -- vjiiniiiii. will n -nl... . i. efficient in ii; '.. -""" s'anaingarroy is in- tosnnno."!1 v"'ulIono1 ""Mends while the rnst - jrvjuucm I0llv.-i . - almost imnovciishin V . coa as We arc i i.viraIr Altpr-mri: .... generals their rin;. .." . "' '"eiroravest ions of mnn.- 7Cr;.'Trf' an.aaflcr lavishingmill- J ni. uiiiilMlllir iri. -. " . nowascver-rho tJ "7 '..."' "ODlaiermnatJon Wte have been tu" 7 " ' "': 'he victor and imj... .'. .". "...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 28 September 1840

HSBMfh wW-srwrvr"' 55if-KfSfS5'StV '" s ;'fe!T "H Wii -: " 'fKiafkSSl r CV . ' . -0Y F S r TasSHfSaS1 A?stWVyJ &i'. T . . r ' L III 1 1 V I I I.I li i MjJMr "P ' ' "" i ''iiJiUi..ip..ujMiiiii.. . i. .1 i i ... I .... a -!' its representative a poor frail crippled-thing called human rcteon as an all sufficient glide oi uuman conuuc now soon aia terror ana carnage and desolvjion as if poured from the infernal pit teach theqcailing and horror strick- en nation that verity there is a God whose -sla'inis are not to beuisregarded by his crea tildes and compel then to rccal and propitiate thejnsulted and banisied influences of the reli- gion of the Bible and" to reinstate them in their donation over the consciences of men! ' . Now what atheism and rcbelion and ignorr ancc with all their licentious precursors .and concomitants have done for other nations in alienating fhem from the Divine guidance and protection they may do for us as a people if yohfnilli in the 'Rihlp which rioints to ...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 28 September 1840

v V '""V - -f j "i "" T & I' -r tf ' 4 V f A -Sf ft 4 fc ' 3 SSSNp- $ I I. m vri. L -f-t MT Jtr' tli. n IrVyS? LVsi ADVERTISEMENTS. Is-TrtV MATAGORDA ACADEMY. FflnHE Rev. C. S. Ives and Lidt would respectfully .A. inform the citizens of this place and its" vicinity I that they arc now prepared to receive pupils ofboih sex- ' branches of a substantial and finished education. '- tVmili .ti;rlttfnl Irvaiinn .nnrl health of Matacorda p. 1 from the comforts and convenience of a well built 5 Utmi- from a strone desire of the people to establish and 'maintain a high tone of moral feeling in the communi- Sy" tv; from the laudable observance of the Lord's day and regular attendance 01 me citizens on vivwc an.x which is now held uninterruptedly on every Smiday; and fromlhtirbiing a regular Sunday School in town this cannot bnt be a very desirable place for an institu- tion for the education of'the young. Mr.lves Is a graduate of one of the first colleges in the United States; and Mrs. Ive...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 6 October 1840

- -vsf f Tqjpr ?- ' MM M IIWWIl Wl iW '! l" liM M M HI Ml J(3?V ' B-tf i' 1 -. ft aC i- . - ' . !& vm SfcM ES H wa i Sft - 4 : j-i .i u . J.8- -n'i -V SAW liUIii ADYOCATE. T. ROBINSON & Co. SAN LUIS TUESDAY OCTOBER 1840 VOL. I. NO. 6. C- JU? " v i lfi rsi. i-'- ??- T5i &v. ?&&..& - -rj; -- tsv ..- 7 t'rsz&M ::tf-sv; 2 - ? SAN LUIS ADVOCATE. MISTED ASfD PUSUMED EVERT TCESDlT BY S. J. DURNETT Oa The Corner of Market Mid Wbcrty Streets. terms s SctscnirTio.v. Five Dollars a year para ble in advance or Seven Dollars at the expiration of the year. No paper will be discontinued (except at the discretion ol the Editor) until all arrearages have been paid. Advertiscmevts will be inserted at the rate of SI 00 per square for the first insertion and 50 cents for each week thereafter ten lines or less constituting a square The number of insertions required.'raust be marked on the margin of the manuscript or they will be inserted till forbid and charged accordingly. A...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 6 October 1840

f"3f- o Rt mode of writing symbols beine emoloved istead of objects while numbers wererepre- cmca oj particular signs. The figure of n rcie representee: an unit and in small nutn- rs.tue computation was made by represent ing it. Larger numbers were expressed bv a peculiar mark and they had such as denoted an imegrainumDers from twenty to eisht thou sand. Had the empire been permitted to exist they would have probably advanced through all those progressive stages by which from similar beginnings the people of the old world bat length attained to the construction of alpha- Fbets. Their mode of computing time Is considered s-a more decisive evidence of their progress improvement Their civil year was a solar le of 3G5 days and consisted of eighteen lonths of twenty days each with five supcr- itimcrarv davs which were devoted to pastime and festivity- The day was reconed to begin at sunrise and was divided into four intervals by the rising and setting of that luminary nnd its two passage...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 6 October 1840

v ftK iMf S- SrV . 4 r& v iv ; ADVERTISEMENTS. MATAGORDA ACADEMY. THE Her. C. S. Ives and Lady would respectfully inform the citizens of this place and its vicinity that they are now prepared loTeceivc pupils ofboth sex- es into their institution and to instruct them in all the branches of a substantial and finlsheJ cdncation. Fromthe delightful location and health ot Matagorda from the comforts and convenience of a well built town; from a strong desire of the people to establish and maintain a. high tone of moral feeling in the communi- ty; from the laudable observance f the Lord's day and regular attendance of the citizen on Divine Service which is now held uninterruptedly pn every Sunday; and from their being a regular Sunday School in town this cannot but be a very desirable place for an institu- tion for the education of the young. Mr. Ives is a graduate of one of the first colleges in the United States; and Mrs. Ives was educated in the best schools for young ladies in New...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 6 October 1840

-- N" . ' sfj 'gWWg C" ? " 1 pi.v w be neutral to shield them from capture. -The statement made above shors in some degrecthc extensive for eign trade carried on in Mexico; to the destruction of which the energies of our navy might be usefully di rected; and through the means of which -we would be able to inflict injury on the foe cripple his commerce destroy his trade and cultivate a disposition on his part to rid himself of the annoyance of " these banditti" by an immediate acknowledgement of the rights which tee may wring from him as a reluctant tribute. But we have oflened heard it maintained that Great Britain would not suffer such depredations to be com- mitted upon her commerce with impunity by a people whose sovreignty she does not acknowledge and whose existence as a govemmentshe has not recognised ; and that we shortd by measures of this son be brought into immediate collision with that formidable power. The force and effect of this argument wc do not understand and cannot...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 13 October 1840

r -L ' yr ti f T'" h.-.Jh. AMOCAT m IStJHttflp TUESDAY OCTOBER 13 1840 T. ROBINSON & Co. OT I.--N0. 7. l xi. BuA ' X- rj ; 'T" -?-- rr' u 4- r- E5 : V - 51 I t AN WIS ADVOCATE. "5- fiXISTCO AKO fCSUBHED EVER TCESDiY B?VS. J.BURNETT Qa TfiTcamer of MtrVet all JUbcrty Strcc.s. ... 'o ..nnnv FTve Dollars a vear. pava- lbJ"'-"':: ' nnll.M t th. ..lrctfnn nf 'Weill aavancc o. sKitui-u" w r ilyanee iheycar. Kotjauer ilrtfscontinucd (except at the discrcjSn Editor) uutifaU arrearages have been paid. of the Editor ertistments will be inserted attheTate of SI 00 ner souare Tottnc iirsi wbciuuuuu - -- - week tb7nfficr-en lines or less constituting a 'L The number of insertions required must be SarSitf'-i the margin of the manuscript or ihey will "be inserted till forbid and charged accordingly. Advertisements from a distance must be accompanied with the CAEn or good reference in town. Announcing candidates for any office will be $10 00 -- in advance. Yearly Advertising. For forty lines or...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 13 October 1840

- - 6 s-tf- f frSs & x- v . t --S i"' "V-g1 v "v -A- ul- - noted by dulness. The horse is languid feeble and inoffensive. Want of food tames the very wildest; and sometimes vicious horses are pur- posely starved to quietness. The time a horse way fast before he lose any portion of bis vig- r;Bil:s vciy uiutu ill uiuciuiiliuukiuuqw. In tome lew it may depend upon pcci.ianiy 01 form. Light-bellied narrow chested horses cannot afford to fast so long as those of round and large carcass. But in general the power of fasting depends upon habit the kind of food and the condition of the horse. When accus- tomed to receive his food only twice or thrice a day he can fast longer by an hour or two with- out exhaustion than when he is in the habit of eating four or five times. As a general rule liable however to many exceptions it may be held that a horse begins to get weak soon after his usual hour of eating is past. The degree and rapidity which his vigor fails depends upon his work and con...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 13 October 1840

s ""TaRtI ' sS Z1?fi&ii-tJ MiTsvi:.--" V J JSlSS Zi-C-- -? wM"j;wm''w jw ? -cr ie .X. x i: r2 eals at tiis day. They do not even perform thMTBfipal office. They are good for noth- tt1a'lkieoaatrj without a signature because 'P&.fcav'io distinctive character. And -yet j .weaaaigraveirioiaDy me expounacrsoi xue kwibat seating m a relic of ancient wisdom when the most superjickdjawyer knows what Btaciratone above testifies that it is nothing but a relic of ancient .ignorance; thatmen began o seal only because they could not wHte. ; wcjjuoic uib luituwing iro.n juugc x tan ui Tore. ' i his venerable custom of seal- arelic of ancient wisdom and is not with- tVegLfceat this day. There is yet some defirteof oIcmHt7Jl"ixnis lormoi conveyance. .A ieal attracts attejnnon ana excites caution m illiterate persons nd thereby operates as a se- curity against f ratwd. If a man's freehold might be conveyediA cre note in writing he might be more fs&lr imPa!cd-on procuring his signature t...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 13 October 1840

V V 7 i li- i 9j1 . -. L 1" i".V - ' ADVERTISEMENTS. MATAGORDA ACADEMY. TEE Rev. C. S.t TZ3 ardtj adv would respectfully inform the citizens of this p ace and its vicinity thai tiler are now prepared to receive pupils ofbolh sex- es into their institution and to instruct them in all the branches of a substantial and finished education. Prom the delightful location and health of Matagorda from the comforts and convenience of a well built town; fromaslrons desire of the people to establish :.nd maintain a high tone of moral feeling in the communt- IV; from the laudable observance of the Lord's day and regular attendance of the citizens on Divine Service which is now held uninterruptedly on even Sunday; rnd from their being a regular Sunday School in town this cannot but be a very desirable place for an institu- tion for the education of the young. Mr. Ives is a graduate ol one ot the lirs; cosicgcs in the United States; and Mrs. Ives was educated in the best schools for young ladies i...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 20 October 1840

itjVSJ? iTT; " '';' Jiif1 "1" SJ" .' Jftte " . TJ KsiW " WAr SwS-nLVIftWJ' -- "t "r 3 "?& i SfaA " IN V t N N I t -J-tw- --' y;ri& v"f'. -'Ww:.H jr. &- S "5"" (SAW LUIS ADVOATE. T. ROBINSON & Co. SAN LUIS TUESDAY OCTOBER 20 1840 '8r VOL. I. NO. S. WB&k & ". '- il j J' ti- IfjjStw. 5fcC " l-i fA SAN LUIS ADVOCATE MIKTE9 AKo'-FCELUHtO ITEST TSXStUY rBT S. JpURNETT Oa The Corner f Jfarfcet matUberty Streets. .itkrmsj Srascairaos. Five Dollars a rear paya Uein advance or Sevcn.Doilarsatthe cxEiraifon of the year. Kb paper will be dlpecttUiltied except the discretion "or theRyror.) tmUl all arrearages have been paid. . JlBYERTtsciiESTs wHMk fusci-tcd at ihcratc of SI 00 per square for the finr icstrtion and 50 ccmsfot each week thereafter en Hues w less cocsiiluiing a square. The unmberVf insertions required must be marked on themargiaot'ihc mannsenpt or they will I inserted lilnwbid aui charged accordingly. Advertisements from a distance mast bo accompanied with ...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 20 October 1840

aSs -fcJk rts-N3i rKj v 1 J Y i i.iM.m.uifcjuiMf"1 From the Christian Mirror. KEPI.KCTIOX. The Past where is it 1 It has fleJ . The Future 7 It may never come. Our friend departed 1 With the dead. Ourselves! Fast hastening to the tomb. What arc earth's joys t The dews of morn. Its honors 1 Ocean's wreathing foam. Where's pcacc t In trials meekly bome. And joyl In heaven the Christians home. CQ31HHJX1CATIONS. For the San Luis Advocate. .The standard of professional qualification in our country should be elevated No candidate for the honors or emoluments of a profession- al life ought to be willing to see this standard degtaded ; and the interesls of the whole com- munity requires of every member who would not see those interests periled that he set his face firmly and constantly against such degra- dation. To prevent this strenuous and persc- vcreing efforts must be made by all who would see professional merit appreciated ; and who deprecate the ruinous effects of quackery and emphys...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 20 October 1840

fOrsWste'-1 s ' -.-T St aft. ' iJMrf" U &.- w 1 1 f i AJ u 1 31 IU ' hi V . tw We readily comply xvith the wish of oar correspond- ent andive the following circular of the nttoriotis Padre Maldobn a place in our columns as a specimen o f the 'goodoUfcolony times when ve were linger" the Fopc of Mexico! Mr. Ewtob: IoJookitigoversomc old pipers pf mine 1 found the enclosed which I think would amfase your Teaders if you would have il translated and rive it a place in your paper. One or the Chute Parmioxi San Luis Sept. 20 1810. v Ausutrs colony. tcre arc various rumors conccruins the dew the Curate from his parochal charge and from the juris- diction of Texas- Some ask me if it islrnc that those Colonists perse cute the Clergy 1 Others il 1 have been a prisoner in Brazoria 1 Considering it lobe my duty to correct puolicoplnion -'-"nfore-mectto my congregation I avail myself of the printing establishment at oar Metropolis to refute a calumny so cnureJev without loundation ana wnicn ...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 20 October 1840

KTTaiC't' ti.; 3 . F""yftus;' .. .V 4. -" ''. " 1 - f ..." 4 H- J 1WIIU lil wi wyw f J? 'L :Si:?IEMTS. MATAGOKIJA ACADEMV. rjHHK Rev. G. S J T7 ar.ar. jun: ii ould respectfully JS. inform the citizens cf thisp accandils viclnil- that they are now prepaid! to receive pupils oflwdi sex- es intothcirjnstitution and lo instruct them in all the branches ora suHstaiilial and finished education. .From the d"lighlfnl location and licaltli of Matagorda from the comforts and convenience cf a well built town; from n strong desire of thepcoplc to establish :.nd maiwain a high tone of moral feeling in the communi- ty; from the laudable observance cf the Lord's day and legnlai attendance of the citizens on Divino Service which is now held iininteri:ptedlv on every Sunday; and frmnlhcirb'.'ng a regular Sunday School in town this cannot but be a very desirable place for an iiistitti. tion for the education of the voting Mr. Ives is a graduate of one of the first colleges in the Uniied State; and Mr...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 27 October 1840

f J SAIV LUIS ADVOCATE. T. ROBINSON & Co. SAN LUIS TUESDAY OCTOBER 27 1840 VOL. I. NO. 9. X ' jf ccA-dtSh') 1 i i II SAN LWSAIVQCATE. Hams anb muniiD ivkrt tcesdit BY S. J. DUItXETT Oa The Orntr f Market and Liberty Street?. TERMS:-SoBscBim.is Five Dollars a year paya- Tilc in advance or Sovca Doll irs at the cipiration of the year. No paper will be Ucoiiiimcd (except at the discretion of the Editor) 'inlil all anear.iges have been paid. AnvKD.TtsEMi-s.Ts will be in cried at the rale of SI 00 per sq-iare f.ir .he first insertion and 50 cents f.ir each week theieiucr ten lines or less constittuins a square. The number of insertions required must be mirketlon the margin of die manuscript or hey will be inserted till foibid and charged accordingly. Advertisements from a s'nnce inns1 b; accompanied wi.h the ctsnor pood refei er.ee in towu. Announcing candidates for any office will bcS'.O 00 '. in advance. JEatsrlr AdvertiatiWK---. ? ForYortr lfnetof 1e jiejiewsb!e'at'pleasaW5av o c-...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 27 October 1840

9 On 4 - s S" nmaerable accounts of duels that occurred du- lintja reign in which the ostcntacious practice of vice brought with it no disgrace at a court where every -restraint of decency was laughed to. scorn; where few men were honest fewer 'women chaste. In the.early years of the exile of James IL a melancholy and almost Theban example of fratricide occurred at St. Germains. Thomas and Edward Cecil sons of the third Ear! of Salisbury quarrelled fought and severely wounded each other. After the duel they were reconciled mutually asked forgiveness sent for a priest and abjured the religion in which they had been brought up. The eldest who was only nineteen years old died of his wounds and the unhappy urvivor was himself shortly after murdered at Rome. Great as was the political reformation effect- ed by the Revolution of 168S that memorable event does not -appear to have produced any immediate beneficial social results. The rage for duelling continued as great during the reign of ...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 27 October 1840

r r f ?' v ." Ly- A reduction of expense might be obtained by giving attea- Uoa to this matter: and whenever an officer was found 'unprofitably employed in collecting the revenue of the government not to employ him at all .- or at least bring down bis compensation to something like an equivalent for his seirices; and do away altogether with' the foi- Kal tribef supernumerary officers who are now at- tached and paid to be attached to the custom-house Mr- vice. We th:ak also that a fund might be raised foi the iwnrriiiin of our judges by a very simple process wiifcomt aay injury to the community and which would -reklve the country in a degree of atax of thirty thous- im dollars a year. By law the attorney of the success- ful party in every suit in the district court is llowed (eat feUuviaVddition to his regular commissions wMek he receivei from Ms client and which is paid by the BBsaccessful party. This is called the " Tax Cost.' The origin of this tax cost is to be found in the early...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 27 October 1840

r C- i-- V i ' Sis-J . &g2 ?. - sWRS? fe3K' JfY - . y- -. " ' ..-- T-.. . to 4 HSteSE! tr:Ei?ENTS. lATAGOieilA ACADEMV. L . IWtBS RenCJaXTi; rr. jAfoM respectfully M. taform the ctfizccs ot this p ace and its .vicinity Mtttther nrcHowprepamlio receive pupils olboih sex- ' teto'tbeir insti'Blioa nod to instruct them in all the branches bra Mibaamial and finished education. Prom the delightful location and health of Matagorda from the comfort and convenience of a well bnilt town: I'mm n strong desire ofthcpcople to establish : nd maintain a high tone of moral feeling in the communi ty; from the laudable observance cl incLrfrastiayana rmilnr "aticnrlance of the citizens on Divine Service. "whtch is now held uninterruptedly on every Sunday; - ' '.1 !! u.1. 3..b..Im.. ChIi.iaI in tt ana ironi;nir uinii rc-ii.u o.ihuj iwiwi iv.u thi cannot but be a verv desirable place for an institu- tion for the education of the ydiing- Mr.lres is aTirradnite of one of the first colleges in the Unii...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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