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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 19 February 1852

w 1L to THE SAN IS FU131-1 et VAN DERLIP ANTONIO LEDGER iied OX TWRSOAYS, & HEWITT. TERM S : Subscription—Thrce<loHar«a year, invariably in advance. For six months, one dollar and sewi«ty-fire cents. ADVERTISEMENTS—Will b<* inserted at the rate ofoacdoilar per square for the first, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lfnesor les-s- constituí - a square. A consider- able discount will be made to those who ad- vertise by the year, payable quarterly, in advance. Announcements of Candidate for office will be charged fir ; dollars. Political circulars and all cnmmnniciatibns of a pnva'e or personal nature will be charged at the íar.ie rate a advertisements. No commun ration or advertisement nf an abnaive character will be inserted in our col- umns trn any terms. THE LEDGER. VAN DERLIP &. HEWITT, Editors. SAN ANTONIO. THURSDAY. PKIIKI AKY 1 . IH.52. JEj" Our readers will fiud in auother column a list of the captions of the acts passed by the fourth Legislature...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 19 February 1852

Separate, And reserved for future opera- ions, w en there shall be plenty of water. The ruse, Jhowovcr, did not succeed, every One fiecmg through it at once, and only becoming j more firmly convinced of the Vast *ealf,h that lay hidden in the earth Wath toeir feet. The majority of the tlainis are;being ' worked with a will." and ! we shau joon know if the whole hill is ' rich, or iftthis one claim alone is to yield fortunes yj its owners. Another hole,! Ihwer down the hill side, has commenced : paying at ¿even feet from the surface, the owners avverring most positively that they ' get from *t five dollars per bucket. A tunnel company has also been formed, and have commenced operations in the hill. The indications of gold, here, are the same ! as those op Jrench ami n:n„ i rench and Stockton Hiils. guilty -•y were Arrival of the Sea Bird. LATEljl FROM SAN DIEGO. The Set Uird brings dates from San Diego andfLos Angeles to the 13th. The former intelligence of the suppression of the Ind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 19 February 1852

t" • J'-* t \i f : &£« alii THE MODERN BELLE. Extract from Mr. Park's Poem, read at the late Manchester, New HampsJtirt, Fair. The daughter sits in the pa¡ k>r, Ami rocks in ner eat*y cá¿úr, She's ciad in her *ili¿:> ant satins, And jewels are in her hair— She winks ana giggle a~.d simpers, And simp rs, ana giggles n i winks, Aíkí thuugu she taika -> .t iit le. • ;Tis vastly ffiurc than • in* tiank-. Her father goes clad in his ro««ei, And raggea aad seedv ■ at— Hi* coats are ail u .v t e • . . r«% He wears a shock i: ¡/ i-a., ¡.at. He's holding ami saving his ¡;a!ii¡g«, So carefully cay by -*y. Wnile she, on her "beau ar*a her poodles Is throwing them all away. ;3be liesa-hed in the morning, Till nearl}' the hour ot r,oon ; Then comes down snapping and snarling, Because she was called so soon ; Her hair is still in the papers. Her cheeks still dabtjleu with paint— Remains of her last night's blushes, Belore she intended 10 taint. > <• doats upon men unshaven. An....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 11 March 1852

i? 4 f AN 1 ■ * íDojotcí) to ^gricn'fttru/ íHisceflaiiii, Citcraínre, Antral Juformatiort aní) tl)c interests of tl)c State. TERMS S3 PER ANNUM. i SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH.il, 1852. INVARIABLY IN ADVj at Lav, I. T. HEWITT. 9.G. NEWTON. Hewitt & M Attorneys and Cov San Antonio, -jw—j WILL practice in the Texas Courts of the Fourth and Second Judicial Districts, and in the Supreme Court at Austin. Business entrusted to their care, will be ptly and faithfully attended to. ey will al>o give their prompt attention-to liection of all claims entrusted to thei jnd will act as General Land Agents. ber Ü, 1851. 20-tf iXKRUr. IBA V. JANES. an Derlip &. Jones, rneys and Counselors at Law, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, attend promptly to all business «. a. WHITK. J. asiiwgkth. S. A* White & Co., Retenías, Forwarding and Commission MERCHANTS, —INDIANOLA, TEXAS — Geo. S. Menefee, Receivinc, Forwarding and Com- mission Merchant, Indianola, Tex as, Refer to Messrs. Lewis & Groesb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 11 March 1852

THE 8 AN ANTONIO LEDGER IS PFBLI8HED ON THURSDAYS, by DERLIP & HEWITT. VAN TERMS: iptiox—Three dollars a rear, iavariablv vanee. Fur six months, or.e dollar ami v-five cent*. TISEMKNTS—Wi H be inserted afthe THE MORMONS IN UTAH. By the last California papers of the date of Feb. 1st, it appears that the in- habitants of the interesting territory of Utah have disclaimed all allegiance to the Government of the United States, and ex- pressed a determination to establish an in* NEWS FROM THE RIO GRANDE. BV GOVERNMENT BSPRESS. Correspondence oí the Sail Antonio I<edger. onedollar per square for rV first, and s , , . ... m, ts for each subsequent insertion. Ten dependent sovereignty of their own. Thej lew con triture a scuare. A consiuer- j appear to be as mad and fanatical f wiHf be made fo those who ad payable quarterly, ii upon year. of Candidates for office will be dollars. Political circulars and all commanimations -of a pnvh-e or personal nato re will be chargai at the kioe ra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 11 March 1852

rJ V y. Oh By [From the N. O Picayune.] 7AL OF THE CHEROKEE. D y< Later from California. |rday of the steamer |venport, command- re hours from Cha- 1 other consideration, would move awkwardly in our harness. As the present session was composed of the samé members, with a few exceptions, they came to their work better prepared by the forty days' drill of the last session. Independent of the adverse ctfnside: e California mails j lioos above alluded to, there was another j wieh perhaps more than all things Scent City sailed on the ¡ e^áe; contributed to cramp the iirstsessfon Si six gww, we *ip to Feb. Isi The ateametfUrfScent City sailed on the i e*3e> contributed to cramp the firstsession 19ih for New York, with $ 1,500.000 in ; of t}ie Legislature. That thing was party gold dust on freight, and 300 passengers. ! subserviency, and the rigor of party drill. Affairs in California seem to be in statu From the very first day of its sitting to Ítu>. The country is generally quie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 11 March 1852

V i. «• w | ST AX Z AST ,'h a clónales summer «kv lie j-p— >m seemed rgiurv of a second day ; Yy. the grove, the pendant fiower. 'tiny blade oí"arrays wre ¡wen Jtyed in bvautv's «imple power— oarer summers sunny vheen. thus, methought, the ém i 1-m lies— Curistian's spirit, purged oí'«sin, lays a TeS x of ihe skies, Heaven abure—a Heaven wkl.iii. |camc a breath of air. scarcely see me.i 10 blow, f o'er ihat mirror (air, the iairy scene below, jmtner sky, the leafy grove. rndent flower so bright before. ,11 was yet the same above, a the second image bore. raethought, when o'er the soul ^•rcfi. felt breath of sin is driven, oua its waves tumultuous roll fd darkling cloud the sbeen of Heaven. [ N. Y. Evening Post. idents of the Revolution, {From the N. Y. Evening Post.J SURRENDER OF BURGOYNE. ,as 1777, the sentiment of the i-aglisli pgople generally was in favor of .¿{irtsking means necessary to reduce the ""«ricail colonies to unconditional sub- 01#' YTbe j^'ng had not softened his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 29 April 1852

TOL ===== «3 MR ANNUM. %. ÍA - V SAN AN ER. SB Oetwtcb to &grirnltarc, jjlisctllang, £itcraturc, 0cncral Juformation aníi tl)c interests óf tlje State. ' _ SAN ANTÜNIO, TEXAS. 1HÜRSDAY, APRIL 29. 1852. NO. 40. INVARIABLY IN Mfl vvWIwOn «• iittwj Antonio, TaA it. -ftfMl — _ _ iptlf :md fatihfally attested to. ffiw Ifceér prompt attention to éÁVí'tjoo «i ail «Um« enirustcd* to thiir «a v«U act as Qeaeral Land Agents , r* '«51. -f '/ WII ta P. JuWrtg. Derlip Sl J«ntt, ««y aW Counselor tU Law, AIVTONTÓ. TK$A% .¡. a? test* PROMPTLY To ÍU ' K\TTUTTED to their r,, J- ~ ~ - - a^t^9-rr- J B. E. Edwards, attorney at law IHD GENERAL LAND AttEMT. —SAN ANTONIO. TLOXAS.— I::i Angel Navarro, • ttorney and Counselor at Law, SAN ANTOKIO, TEXAS. eneral Auction and Com- ■iatlou Business. LE of property of all descriptions at Public -Auction or at private saie. Sales for ac- J<Wof Administrator's. Will make purchases Stales.on private account. Strict attention iven to all business entrusted to h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 29 April 1852

d >—i THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER t3 published ojf THURSDAYS, bt# VAN DEBflP A HEWITT. «**8 s.-asciwmox—■' a sorenty-frre cent JtDV l rate of one dollar ' fiity cent* for " Um or" ■l ill t of in our col a year- invariably , one doiiar and rted st*.he i first, a ad t insertion. Ten A eorisider- tothofte who ad- y able quarterly, in eooupuniciaiMDs bra aje #iU be ci*arged a( =r= EjtXjOP ft- HEWITT, Editora. LN ANTONIO. THUF8DAY.APHII, «9. 18«*. ?osTomcx-W« have petitions in circulatUm^*g* d*jr thecittaens of tbe fer- tile valley of the Cíbolo, having for their ob- jcct the establishment of a postoffice at or Mr. Weir's tn "^-.Penyman's on said A postofice in {hat jfl W •it .vw in fret— Semana 1R, *m he subject to the faro rabie consideration of " the powers that be." JLf*We are requested to state that any communications addressed to the Mail Agent or Texas, at this place, will receive prompt attention. Boots? Books!—It will be seen by ■ n advertisement in this week's issue that there wm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 29 April 1852

k " V * ,f r [Telegraphed tp Ote N. Orleans Delta,] IY A|i OF TOE AMERICA. ham it iMfr, sinking. The ivcd proved to be irremediable, and her lose, together with her cargo sequence. The information Saving been no mm oniqpiqd t0.ttmartixen# of Jlpd ianola early ofitrns TOlífrwrog'aay, nil •ble boato were likéirtíóiW,Preluding"the customháuse life-boat, and on1 that noon the ^aaaeugeru and crew we taken off safety by Uapt Boehner. Daring the aright of the accident a heavy south wind blew, but on ' ¿'•nrriKn<* nnrJ from f!«at time til* Mi of the scene, it was from North. The Meteor had forty-eight passengers, besides the crew, all of whom were saved. That $uch a calamity should follow so early in the"wake of the lndépendence, is lamentable, and verifies the tritj^old adage thatmisfortunes never come alone." Those with whom we have conversed, including Mr. Armstrong, of New Or- leans, speak in the; highest terms of Cap- tain Forbes and the officers. This is the third vessel lost at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 29 April 1852

1 |1 ^ rlv 1S *<x% ot bis y toutíWhg* lines wet* written cordjng his gricl «pon th. f - of toil, tilroogh nightly fear.« heart for years; features gTev. Aly he^ JaeMeyedblessing true. i do*e, I pcaec a Ed fcve, and saintlier grace •eanty cf her iaee. t pe«. :df the breast, > and restless sch?inci i our cariy dream- 's kiss, iflgblis ; bore vp before. I , fair and swtcr, ime's lagging feet, ia wy heart for years, happy tear . k#£ Dlfc oí woe, and sorr r vision fills ingnight.. blow,' °«Love with sno---' Tr ___ _ AeOld iaottfll in "th e srimersnow, A eoMef heart at rest below: AUfeda utter darkness hurled, And darknessover all the world., My heart>aibird'Wth br rSM£t*ej¡¿ is# Ana lülsi fJTWe are not ofum in the habit of publish- ing original poetry," but the following bit of ad- " the press is so apt that we e U a place. From its tenor, it is a lusion" that its writer has been of his head.—A. O. Picayune, ft** CantTon". *e, who in search of fun or faipr, V make a thrust or ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 27 May 1852

«-««t—1 ■■' ! ■ r Dcuotefc to dlgriraltare, JUtsaUang, Ciícraíurc, ^fnatral information aníi tljc interests of the Stat VOL. III. TERMS S3 PER ANNUM. SAN ANTONIO, T^XAS, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1852. % " . v [VARIABLY IN ADVANCE; S. O. NKWTO.V. / I- L. HEWITT. Hewitt St, Newton, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. San Antonio, Texas, WILL practice in the Texas Courts of the Fourth and Second Judicial Districts, and in the Supreme Court at AuMin. Business entrusted to their care, will be I # promptly and faithfully attended to. ./ ■ . r|My¡f abo give their prompt attention to f''t ol a'1 claims entruhted to their l <-?, avM) iH5l a* General Lan(1 Agents. nicm.ip. p. JOVf'.S - ttll SIN ESS A' J. lUMir.TON. ESLKl HENDIIEE. Hamilton & Hendrec, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, AUSTIN—TKX AS. Will practice in the District and Supreme Courts ol the State, and the United S;ati*^ Dis- trict Court. nd4v)Mv Trevanion T. Tcel, Attorney and 'Counselor at Law, LOCKiJART—Caldwell co., Texas. Will gi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 27 May 1852

i' * • • i r\ The Texas Trade. TV e have a word to say apon Ihis sab jcct. Under the regime of the old re- public, when we exported little, and im- ported in about the same proportion, oar trade was of but little value, New Orleans being the nearest market for the sale of the productions of the soil of Texas, and beiog able to furnish oar citizens with articles of indispensable necessity, at a reasonable price, obtained the preference THE SAH ANTONIO LEDGl 18 PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS* ■T D. C. VAN DEItLIP. TERMS: Sumcriptiox—Threetiollars a year iavarfe in advance. For six mouths*, one dollar •eventy-five cents. ADVERTISEMENTS-Will be inserted at tale of one dollar per square for the first, üfty cents for each subsequent insertion. linen Or less constitute a square. A consic able discount will be made to those who vertise by the year, payable quarterly, advance. Announcements of Candidates for office will|during the minority of the country charged five dollars. . _ . /' , Fofttttealei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 27 May 1852

ft 1 Floor ibaih IÍÍ* \ bis that f the t was •< o Sails Vafcia, Saxony, Electorate and Duchy o< Hease, Thunngian States, Hanover and Brooawick. The Congress adjourned till The silver mines discovered, in 1850, in Bohemia, are reported to be so produc- tive, that the Government has ordered the ° i-Cl , ve? mines, eleven in number. Which have been abandoned for half a cen- tury, to be again worked, in hopes to find them similarly rich. . ^ l®tter *rom Petersburg, of th# 13th ult.. says there is no appearance of Farther Iriiaui Items. Looking over our files of Mexican papers received by the brigs American and Te- huantepeo, we find a few more items of in- terest. Our dates from the city of Mexi- co arc to the 1st, and from Vera Cruz to the 7th inst. The Legislature of the State of Vera Cruz, previous to adjourning, ganted an amnesty to all persons who had in any manner been connected with whatever seditious movements had occurred in the State during the past year ; provided that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 27 May 1852

V \ TUB IVY IN THE DUSGEOS. % _ BT C0AHLE8 MACKAT. * • 'i'h".(ivr in a der.g on grew, | Uufe.i by rain, uncbeer-i by dew; * . Irs pallid leafletsUnljr drank •fttvs moistures foul and oJors ran*. t * through the dungeon-grating high, * J^fai ¿«uabeam from the sky \ It the grateful floor, Iti^ ent gladness evermore. The Ivy felt a tremor shoot Though all its fibres to the root; It felt the lteht—it saw the rav- lt «trove to blossom into day. \ r** It grew, it crep-\ it pushed, it dumb — Long had the darkness been its horns ¡ And in the currents of the air lu tender branches flourished fair. I' re ached the beam, iTthrilled, it curled. It blessed the war<oth that cheers the world; It r e towards the dungeon bars, It l<x>ked upon the san andstars. i Itefih the life of bursting Spring, V lit card thr. happy sky-lark ring. , ^^lt caught the breath oV morns and eves, ^ An "l wooed the awallúw to its leaves. Br'rains and dews and sunshine fed, Over the outward wall it spread ; An*l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 1 July 1852

vol.. in. mn_ ¿jf ¿is Ocuoteii to SVgricnlturc, íHisífllang, CitcraturdBmural 3uformatiou anil tl)í Jníertsís of |l)t State, NO. 6. ■ - - ■ TERMS S3 PER ANNUM. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, 'HÜRSDAY, JULY 1, 1852. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ñ 8 I. I.. HEWITT. 8. G. NEWTON Hewitt & Newton, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, San Antonio. Texas, WILL, practice in the Texas Courts of the Fourth and Second Judicial Districts, and in lie Supreme Court at Austin. Business entrusted to their care, will be promptly and faithfully attended to. They will also give their prompt attention to the collection of all claims entrusted to their care, an i will act as General Land Agents. October 9, 1851. 20-tf * ,aj| p- jhnes. Van Derlip & Jones, •Attorneys and Counselors at Ltqw, SANANTO ATTEND PROMPTLY To] ' ENTRUSTED TO THEIR ¡ «Ipusft "***■ J. E. EdiraYds, attorney at law, and general land agent. —san antonio, texas — 1::t A* J. IIAMU.TON. ESI.EK IIENDREE. Hamilton & Hendree, Attorneys & counselor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 1 July 1852

a THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER IS PUBLISHES ON THURSDAYS, D. C. VAN DERLIP. TERMS: ScBscnrrrmx—Threedollarsa year, invariably in advance. For six months, oas dollar and seventy-five cents. ADVERTISEMENTS—Will be inserted at the rati ofonc dollar per square for the first, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten liniisor lc*s constitute a square. A consider- able discount will be made to those who ad- vertise by the year, payable quarterly, in advance. Announcements of Candidates for office will be chzirgéd five dollars. Political circulars and all communiciations of a privare or personal nature will be charged at the same rate as advertisements. No communication or advertisement of an abnsive character will be inserted in oar col- umns on nnv terms. 1 S'i THE LEDGER. D. C. VAN DERLIP, Editor. SAN ANTONIO. THURSDAY. JULY 1, 1862. hi elect'*' i p« '1 3 / / JCt* Heavy rains have fallen since our last issue, and good crops are rendered quite certain. SO" New postoffices have been es...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 1 July 1852

Nomination of Scott and GrUmm. Whi$- Convention.—The Picayune of the 23d ultimo, informs of the nomination on the 21st,-fifty-third ballot,l"f Gene ral Scott, U. S. A., as the Whig candidate for President. On the evening of tht «ame day, W A. Graham, of North Caro- lina, received, on the second ballot, the nomination for Vice-president. The v-')te Webster, 21; Fillmore Scott, lf.9; Crittenden, 1; blank 1 ' The southern vote, of course v for Fillmore. ' 112; was cast Ex-governor Jone, „f Tennessee, read sJi7Pftr from Scott 1 he General said he heard that he hsd. beau honored by the choice of the Whig Rational Convention for its nomi- nee to the Presidency. He would accept the nom nation together with the platform as laid rdown by the, convention. The reading of the despatch created immense enthusiasm. The nomination clared Unanimous. A salute was fired. Thirty-Second Congress-First Session. Washington, June 7.—In the Senate, to-day, (¡everal billa were passed, and the bill to repair ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 1 July 1852

y SPROÜLLS New Orleans and< Texas tí. States Mail Liae of Ltw-prenure Bte ghípsi HARRAL. Warehouse LOUi lAfOiXOK'S ADDRESS TO HIS ABSY Guards! who at Smolensko fled— WO- I bMfyour pardon—bled! \j Uucle blood you're shed, Do the same for me. For my Now' the dar and now's fhe hour, Heads to upTii and streets to scour; Strike for rank, promotion, power, Sawg, and eau de vie. Who'* afnid a child to kill 1 Wbore*pccts a shopman's till 1 Who would pay a tailor,s bill 1 Let him turn and flee. Who would burst a goldsmith' door, Shoot a di n, or sack a store ? Let htm arm—and go before— That is, follow me! See the mob, to madness riled, Up the barricades bare piled; in amongst them, roan and child, Unrelentingly! . Shoot the men! there's scarcely one In a dozer got a gun ; Stop them If thev try to run, Witt artillery! Shoot the boys! each one may grow Into—of the state—a foe. (Meaning by the state, you know, My supremacy!) Shoot the girts and women old 1 Those may bear ns traitors bold— T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 8 July 1852

SÜ / - THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER. VOL. III. TERMS S3 PER ANNUM. Eleuoitij to ^gricnltuvc, íUiscdtann, Cileratore, (Qtaieral information and tljc interests of tljc State. — —.— — — i • | NO. 7. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1852. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. L nr.WITT. s. a. newton. Hewitt Sc Newton, Attorneys and Counselorif at Imic. San Antonio. Texas, WILL practice in '.he Texas Courts of the fourth and Second Judicial Districts, nud in the Supreme Court at Austin. Business entrusted to their care, will be Promptly and faithfully attended to. They will also give their prompt attention to '.lie collection oí all claims entrusted to their i:are, and will act as General Land Agents. October i>, 1851. 20-tf VANnv.Ri.IP. |H* P. JONKS. , Van Derlip Sc Jones, '.Attorneys and Counselors at Law. ■ SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, WILL ATTEND PROMPTLY TO ALL BUSINESS TIIEIR CARE. 20-tf A' J. hamilton. eslehhkvdrer. Hamilton & Hendree. Al TORNEYS & COUNSELORS at LAW, AUSTIN, Texas. Will practic...

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