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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 14 February 1852

ra Itimes rrowri \ .,-4 \\ •i i V in 9 IS n •t |v ri li- fe / ' // A. %tx\m Sttawcafcr ■M Ul,l*llTI WGIJKLV IIIf JOII.\ l>. lou.IN A\l> Vox,, ti. 71 oral earn. 8. GOLDMAN, «Molroalr ¿tatí detail DI : A M.U I.\ ])ri/(lnwh% C/ tt/i in¿r, (froerrie¡t, líardimrc and (¿iii ensu ti re, Fu mil. tire, Hoots, Sh<,i\iy Tfalit, .^"0"IASS'rEK!>'E:ATÍa OB *s AT T,,E E*D I«K YEAH. VICTORIA, TJSXAS, ¡8ATURDA Y, JEBRU ARY 11, 1853. ('tr•.*, a.'/ ktnds <>f /jIi¡iioi\i, ' X' ' ur.i, Tobacco and ao-i.y. am) FORWAliDLNC BUSINESS. fRIME uiiilcrsijj tu «] having just l>n i It a lian* ami subsi iuti.il whirl, is in every r, iiri't pri■ |>:ir< il tu rem ¡ve iiihI forward •pititín, iinii h!ii|> produce ni lito Northern citiesor \nw « M !i-:iiih. AIM;. FRUAl.MK, Inillnnuhi, Jiintiary I, IDVJ—30—ti" (¡Ko. S. MpNEFEE,' Uccrivim. Fonviirdlus, muí L'ojiiniissiuii ■ TX.7I £1^ 2 ES «. huí in no 11, Texas. Refers to Messrs, I.ewiavt (irneabock, Enoch Jones Ci... l'uscliaI i!t Uichiirds...

Publication Title: Texian Advocate, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 14 February 1852

7 'í -é i % > marked ■ ditTorunce but ween ihe litis* « t | with'' certain while ihey lull _iy the BooreUry of Government, where vored class Hill (he concussion of land i" m ule, that the former enjoy an irre'oeahlo right, and the certificóle* ore of no value nor effect, un- ten the prescribed condition* have been complied wi h."—3 White 883. The apraitinna in the case* cited by co in- •el condition precedent, nnd not un- >r their performance, n* *ve have iioen, title to bo delivered, to colonists nnd purchxser* under the colonisation law* of the Statu of Guahulla nnd Texas, wore of un entirely different character. Under those low* iho title of possession was the final title, vest- ing the fee absolutely in the grnnlee.-- Condition* were annexed, except to those granted to the military, and some other fa- vored person*. (Ducree 10, Art's VO, "¿2.) But they were conditions subsequent, upon the nonperformance of which llie title* were aubjuet to forfeiture; bul until which the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 14 February 1852

♦ y. .fií/Tií'!l"•aif'W •:f ,l"1" *■u c..™*_Th. Ai,«¡,iu« the 12(11 ol November, 1851, is hernbv rnc- „roi„, i . ogniznd nnd adopted by the Su,te of Tn.xns, " ¿Ut }M' s">*' •lid tho value assigned tu each chips of tin. yesterday tin- Semite ordered the en- bilities bv 8tiid ofliini'rg in their report nfure- Rro*slnc"1 giv' different rail road char* said, is what tho State of Toxai reeogniacs ''rs' "I0 "" ll,n ,la>' previous. nsduo to the respectivo claimant*. ' parsed n large niimbor of ehnrters ol" v DAVID C. LMCKSON, Speaker of the I (mise of Representatives JAMBS W. IIKNDKIISOX, President of the Senate. Indian i)«>| i(>ilu«ioiiN. Wo saw and conversed with Judge Gam- illo ol San l'atricio in the early part of the week. Ho informs us I hat during the recent foray of the Indians into his neigh- borhood lour ol iliein went to his ranch in day timo mid sut lire tit two of his houses mid burned litem to the ground. Jlelow will lie l.itttul resolutions recently adopted by ll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 14 February 1852

v I 'i ¿i E ataca G. W. ADAMS, («t'Cr.KSí iR TO PVItOV, ADAMS & 0< „) R&osxvzno. ror.WAHDiwa, AUD COMMISSION MERCHANT, J ra« > Ttxas. iMoTjcii ItOllfSlI «« <• U "«fcSC<i LUMBER, , „ , Undingfrom SehrU 'Hueva Vista' ami JVwrj,. -g PEE''' Florida Yd- l/«Wjv"v |ow Pin rough «ml drei.etl fiioringitnch boards,weatherboards I i Mtuts nth nnd scmtljng 2x3 n 6x0-- nrhiflh will be ...Id "t Ml lor dressed, ftlld §22 60 Tor rough for cam, oo^anjtrjcnrji^ Lavaca. Nov- 4. 185L l «n" "i R. M. FORBES. ¿u J.inc laautiti¡tí^wnUfii Pi ^^gyttcemfwtc. s. a* unit*. 8. A. WHITE & Iteceii luir. I'orwiii'Ulnn "«l Coin ■iiNkIoii Mercluuil*. INDIANO!.A, TEXAS. i8-tr. I II. 11UNG1Ü &■ CO., Commission and Forwarding s«M «mía hums, PORT LAVACA, Tcxat. «TtS. J. C. STANTON informs li«r fríen I yj_ thm |,«r hnuno in in good repairs nnd thnt alio unn uccommodntn her Iricnd, in the best iq inner. Good itable, Intvu bem provided, with oart-ful li< stlrrs. Nov. 1851—20-1 v COTTON GÍÑ8 &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 6 March 1852

-*■ yfV- / v v"v*^W*S/Vv\ Vol. G. f* A!V,> ™°®A STK NE, AT #3 IM AW^Cití, $1 IN SIX MONTHS, O $ AT «RE END OF THUS YJUH. YICTOIlLvf ÍÉXAsTsATU 11 1¿ * ^MARcÍTg^ÍsS! ftocai <£*m. S. GOLDMAN, WtolcsKUt autr uttail DKAJiKU IN Dru Cmndt, Clothing, Grorerie , Hardware and (¿itriiuioarr, Furniture, J fruit , Mine , Ilats, Caji , all kind of ÍAf/uurt, Tobacco and Segar . 30-1,y. ©4>a®Maaaa©a AND FORWARDING BUSINESS. rglilE undersigned having just built a -™- now and substantial wharf, is in uvery respect prapiiriid tu tact'.'.¿11 Iiiiij Uij M>«,nl . ,* i nffil i-. 10 iou A"ilu ni ■■ ticsorA&w Orleans. A00. FROMME. 1 ■iiliniioln, .Tnnnary 1, 185'i—30—tl' GEO. S. MEN I IEEE i Ri'itivius. Forwardins;, mid Commission wbo H«.®.:3 ■ India nol i, Texas, Refers to I.rwis it Groesbcck, Enoch Junes 4: Cu., l'lischal & Richardson. A. A. Lock- wood, ¡Messrs. J. Y. Dusliiol, Paymaster U. 8. A., L. G. Capers, Sun Antuniu; Mnj. E. 11. Uab- l.itt, llunrieruiiistor IJ. S. A., Juool> ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 6 March 1852

# % ** lib'' t TEXAS: Y MORNING, MARCH 6. (gallons to Dr. Lewie, ta N.O. papers, that Government sicamor <5. for hi« county, corn- on Monday Inst. It for ttro week . „ Esq., Attorney at from Seguin to tho city I'orsona writing to him will btar this in mind. Early Cotton.—Mr. Fit/.patr'ick, who t }he Aronosa, in this county, told ui the other day that li« wps scraping his cotton, tho plants having already put forth their fifth loaves. This, with Cupt. Raid's, earliest cotton .we have ever heard i Texas. Mr. Fitzpntrick and CapU Reid are both trying by very early crop ping, to choat the worm out of tho coming crop*.. Gen. Hamilton's Letter. Wo publish in our pjpor to-day a well written latter addressed by Gen. Jambs Hamiitow to the people of Texns upon the «tibfcet of tho public debt. This ilelit it is Í*1 has bocrt sealed by tho Legislature ' «, but ¿ho great bulk of the amount I .remains suspended upon thy Flhe United States Congress which ) hqve become á sort of agent tjlWcen th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 6 March 1852

w !- Texas.—1The first permanent set tlement was mudo ¡u Texas in 1UD2, by the Spun jsli, at San Antonio do Bexar. In 17U¡¿ the Frcnch formed a few settlements in southern LouUiaua, and claimod the coun- try from tlio muutlt of tho Mobilo river to the Bay of. Mutugorriu. When Louisian: was purchased of tho French, in 1803, Texas constitutod a part of that territory. It remained in tito possession of our gov- ernment until 1810, when in the cession of Florida to tho United State." by Spain, the Su,btuo river was made the western bound- ary of Louisiana; consequently. Texas then became a part of Mexico, which was then under the Spanish dominion. Mexico continued to belong to Spain un- til! lHtil, when it becnmc an independent republic. Previous to this period I ho terri- tory of Texas was chielly inhabited bv In- dinos, and remained an almost unexplored wilderness. At this time, Moses Austin, of Durham, Connecticut, obtnined permis- sion to settlo a colony of emigrants in Tex- as. lie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 6 March 1852

I I i 1 LAVACA, Tetas. H/ÍR8. J. C. BTANTON inform* lior frumls, iTi that bur t)uu*u u>u good repair; nnd tliai (lie can accommodate licr IrirMirt* in tho best mankM. Good stable liavo boon provided, with careful hostlers Wo , 1851—88-1 y cotton qin8 & mills P M. FOItUFft, Agent fur II. & O. Avery's IX Mi'nor ED COTTON UtXS and Cor, Mills, un iire|mr«d 10 furnish pi linter in Wm orn Texnt, ilpon lorms as below. Tho makers warrant their Clin ami Mill to perform well in all ease*, when propelled l>y proper power and gearing, and according lo ihuir direction* nc- ootiiptittying the same; and in esses where either may provo defectiva in ittelf, another will be furulslitd In it* plaen. ... fpti H1HOK1. ■Gr.-s delivered at Lavaca for if3 per MW. Milu—French burr, (liunk,) in Inolies di- ameter, double geared, $Wfi. Cullen, (Rusk.) for Gin* considored sdiie lit Janu- 9 purchase, and eftonded, If necea- lio crop i* reatly for market. f onM without the Oin, 4 month*! flgether p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 3 April 1852

'V ' I®®'" t. life itrj PpM feSiw i|k ;$ A-. - ,'■ ji' JyijArji' Vol. (i. ' Vvv v'V ' Howl ttfttfr*. Si GOLDMAN, CS?itQlf$fllc antt iuííxíI Di.VI.KR IN Dry Goodt, Clothing, Grneariet, Hardware and (¿urciuictirc, Furniture, Hoots, ¡Shoes, Jfnlt, Caps, nil kind* of ÍAi/ror*, &'ftfurs. Tobacco ami 3Ü-1.V. [J AM) FOR WARDING BUSINESS. %íI lí untlcrKiynod having just built ¡1 i /«ifs'l', suhstunt ill I vv.i.irf,/ ' i". evor,v Unrr^f J¿h,Vi ' ' | '/, * .7" " Ten. ¡i¡ )U.MK. • Indianera, January I, I3.V2—.T it geo. s. MiiXKFi-:!-:,"" Rccclrliig. Fuminlinir, mid Ciiinmissioii zuciKa B&K2 m Indiana!Texas. Refer tn Mourn. Lewis & (¡rmuboek, Munch Jonus It Co., PaHohnl \ liit.iuird.siin, A. A. l.nck- wood, Messrs. J. Y. Oiisliicl, Piym:iMtor U. S. A., L.(i. Clíper , Snn A11 ton in; ¡\Iiij. I!. H. Bab- bitt, Quartermaster l! S A., .1 •on!) Mans, Froinnin, Imlimirtla; IXrimilt.in it Hancock Aim- iln; Messrs. J. I!. Gravea A Sun, Oswald Wink. ktnt, Nuw Orlunns. 36-ly " TliO'S J EN KI ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 3 April 1852

■ft ¡m * i 'ñtf* v,S£ .JagM II I- «vi EXAS: U. APRIL a. Iton nre prngrww- i repairs on tho bridge, wngona cronsinj noil iti'i Jw - - WWmi 'é&:^ . ÍP SR| v¿\ ■Kp| ti juna in New Orlonn e-eloclloti of Mayor anya: "There nov- New Orlciuis which up. In a political point of to tell which party ia The Council* ore close—the ayor ia whig—the Recordar nro oil do mocralic — the Surveyor, Treasurer, nud probably Controller and Street Commit- eloper, are whig. id romim display made over him ther« than in nny groat ciiiy ho has yet visited. Tho City Council Imvu mudo arrangements for his reception, nud pr v¡J- ed npartinonts at a hotel. The absence of one of Ihu editors of this paper, and the indisposition of the other, Will account for the lack of cditori.il matter in the present number. The Presbytery which met nt Goliad on last woek, have Agreed to locuto the Col- lege at that place. Wo congratulate our neighbors on their success in carrying off the prize from their competitors. Though l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 3 April 1852

Ankci'odu ok Washington.— It lias often Icon remarked of Washington, that srm ) I A |v I* i' no one was over in his presence without being strongly imprci ted by rovcrcnco I'ur his dignity, lint it.seems by the following nuccdoto, which is related by a correspon- dent of the Now York Courier und Enquir- er, that at least thero was one exception: When tlio President was procuring the ground for tlio city which was to lie the «eat ol government, ho had but little dllli- culty in obtaining tho necessary releases, except in ono instant. Air. James llyrnes was tho owner of a lot or tract, which it was advisable should bo included in the plan. Tho General hail various uonfcrcn- ens with Mr. B., who was especially obsti- nate, and resisted all tho renHoning and persuasion of the great nr.it. Indignant at being thus opposed, Washington turned up- on him, with indignation, and c:iid with great severity, ".Mr. .i .tn's Byrnes, w hat would your land have been worth it' I bad not placed this ci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 3 April 1852

w i % .■■•■ F: - Es?". p: 11 •tv' ' KsEr awmfevr 1 f> V i I tk:í ra gqrtot vttegronu . G. VV. ADAMS, I TO **<«, ABAW & «'>.,) ra, rokWABBZNO, mi MERCmXT, lirnin. Texas. kuaurietl ir<>n«h antl Dreuefl I Sehft'Unen* t'ittM' mi 'ftárg ' FfcBT florid Yel- low Pin* rniigl fin-1 inch hoard., weatherboard. 3 >„ nnd «liuntling 5x8 n flxfl— until rat *Xl tar dres.ed, «n<! k, far m<4, e lt'm or etrn. It. H. roRUKS. ior.4. 1851. PORTLAVACA, Tern*. Ttyf 118. J. C. STANTON infant liar friaa 'a, XtA thai her hounn is ill good lep ir¡ and thill •he cm a ¿commodate her (Honda ia th, Weil asinner. Oood «tablea have bin pr T «l«d, «ri tit careful Imatlera. Nov. IUÓI —S8-Iv WHISKEY AND FLOUR. ■g A A HI'.LK favorito brand. wliía ay. lull lUO liliU St I..mis flour, landing p> i " aiuuiuvr Hayburn. For aula by R. M. FOU BES, V, t.avaea, March 1,11142 SALT—Expected to arrive in all of thi- we per Bell*i Buena Vial , Irnm Mobile, .'■>■". big.i l.irorpool around ault. in fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 22 May 1852

i i * • -í i i \ >t' < 11 '■ C ♦ Vol. 7. nocai eíims. liOBEIlT RE.MCK A CO., DEALERS I.V OfiUGS, MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFF, &C. SEGUIN, TEXAS. CHARLES J. MITCHELL, Attorney at Law, Victoria, Texas. THOMAS A'X"ffHBSE DOLLARS FEB AWKVM, I*VARIABLY ^ ADVANCE. VICTOlilA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 93, 1855? S. GOLDMAN, SBttolrsalc ¿ruin iirtítíl DEALER IN Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries Hardware and Queenswarc, Furniture, Hoot*, Shoes, JJult, Caps, all kind* of Liquors, Tobacco and t Sizars. • ♦ .v 38-1^. * AND FORWARDING BUSINESS. THE undersigned having just built n now ntul substantial wlinrf, is in every respect prepared to rocoive uud forward goods, «mi «hi produce to tlio Northern chics or New Orleans. AUC. FROM MIS. Iudiitnolti, January I, 10.>2—30—tf aocni CiTt'iio. CLUCK I.. OWKN A CO., DKALKItS IN DRY-GOODS, HARDWARE AND CUT- LERY, GROCERIES, QUEENS AND GLASSWARE, SAD- DLISRY, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, «¡to. ifcc. .0ÍT* Cash advances mudo on consignments ol Cut inn uud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 22 May 1852

W§ ' I I '-.M 'S*. ájaijacittí- f«í¿ revtó VICTORIA, TEXAS: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 22. - W« in eathorlied (o anaouaco Saxoci. R. Ml*o*. at • candidal* for the office of Bherifl' of Victoriacounty, at lh« next Augiial alretion. "^""i.ar aulhorlead to announce tlio name , Benwett of Oonxilei, as a caadl- i August elect! jn, for tho ofllea of Viiyor In Gomales Land District— aald District compriesa the old oounty of Gon- litlng of Gonsnlea, and the grealnr part Of Oniiaatupf, Caldwell, Lavaca, and De- witt counties. «rWe are authorised to animunee W*. 8 Uitn, K q., ui candidate for Dietrict Attor- ney fur iho tenth Judicial Oiatriet, at the noil Aqgun alretion. QgrWo nro authorised to announce K. B. , White, F. q na a candidato for tho «Ace ol Sheriff of Di'Wltt county at the ensuing Au- gust election. Wo are authorised to annnnnte Jams B Bbaw, Iviq., a* a candidate for re-election to ihn nlii ii of Cmiplioller.at the eneulng August fl«(!iion> *vV uro authorised to announce Jute H . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 22 May 1852

1 J** JWMÉ ■ i f I I i We learn that Matthew St. Clair Clnrke, an old nnd highly-esteemed citizen ol' Wash- ington, died in that city on tho 0th inst.—• He had been for aevcrnl ycnrs Clerk of tho Hoiw of Representative*. WVV VV \ vww New tirlcuiis Itlurhei. New Orleans, May 14, 1S53. Cotton.-—1The week opened with a stea- dy demand, but a* thn iiiotur*' tables had pretty well been swept by the Inrgo busi- ness of the preceding day, 10.000 baleo, the anles did nut exceed 0500 bales, prices acquiring moro steadiness and Middling settling at 8J a 8}c. On Monday factors domnndod a further advance, in conse- quence the sales wero confined to 2250 bales. On Tuesday and Wednesday the market presented a dull appenranco, and the snles were limited to 0000 bales, at ir- regular prices. Yesterday the advices by the Canada, thestenmer of the 1st instant, though reporting nn active maiket nt Liv- erpool, with firm prices, do not appear to have buen looked upon as favorable, and the salea were co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 22 May 1852

ftwmiffriiiwtf . O. w. ADAMS, (IB TO pvnox, ADAMA Sí CO.,) a, FORWARDING, A.io MISSION MERCHANT, Lamen, Texas. PORT LAVACA, Texas, It «"R8. J. C. STANTON informs her fru n I , JYJ_ ilut her house in in good repair, nuil tlint «lio «un accuinmodatij her IiumuI. in the host manner. Goad stables hat* been provided, with careful bus tier . No . IBM—28-1 y ___ WHI8KEV AM) FLOUR. -f A A BUL# (ovi.rl tfi brand* whiskoy. J.lIU 100 hhls St LouU flour, landing por slimmer Itayburn. Fur sale by It. M. FORBEM. T.nvnen, March 1,1W53 SALT—Expected to arrive In all of this w«ol> por sch'r IJiiom Vlst , from Mobilp. 500 Wag* I live i pool ground Hilt, in lili'' order. Will bo Hold in aniinlTlit) , at SI 75 por nck. It. M. FORBES. L*>vnon, Mnroh I, 1B52 Wi,\látf, BRANDIES AND SEUARS. F.r'l) per ech'rs "Clinton" nnd "Churlo* .Iv il.itry," from Now York, nliege invoiceuf eh lion brands. Call nnd sample thoni, [{. M. FOR lip '. Lavaca, Mnroh I, 1 f!.i2 Yellow I'ltie IjUUiMi'"'1- ''Ago Mobile, cnn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 June 1852

IMP ■ ■?' ■ X" -4 •y t-.r Í 1: Vol,. 7. I'l ltL.IMIi:i> ÍVHüULV BV JOIIN f), LOG.l>y^'ll 'J1IONAS S'l'EKNE,1 VICTORIA, TEXAS^^m ADVANCE. Horal Cttrft*. ROBERT RE\1CK & CO., dhatilírs in MUGS, MEDICINES. PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFF, &C. SEGUIN, TEXAS. ~F AM IL Y GROCERIES, Di'u¡|ti, Qcdiciiifiü, faints (tils Act;., .AT" ^.fcBTTSyiLLE.. THE subscribo* , oto-just opi ning'full and compote asaortintíiit . of art1 clou in the above line ,.which they wi'faell low for cash, as their inutU Is, n qiUcttoniiyMii hotter than ft slow sliilir 1 - U. give them a oil! to ilioir frioiids. to SANFORD. | I . I t ' I I • BEKN ciarla, Texas. S. GOLDMAN, molerte nxxt tail DKALKtt IX Dry Goods, Cltthing, Graeeriet, Ilardicare and (¿urénswart, Furniture, Hunt.', Sitúes, llatsx Cans, all kinds of Liquors, Tubmen and Sega rs. _ 30-ly. AND FOR W AimiJV(j! BUSINESS. r«TllE''~unilersigiml having just built n -S- new nml subslatili il ti.ii'l. is in i ver raspoei prepared lo mid l«trw:i¡\l ^oods, ,nd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 June 1852

■A * i. , <* M •< r/ | mi " ? :*4 ' "I • . 1# *V *&&'4 ****** J. JUNE 18. knaounce 0' orce w. 9 M o irk of Vietori* eousty, at • assiuIMtts fs* *s-*Usllon to ¡•nuolttfo Join T. Ib* offic* oí Bhurifl' t election. neo A. M. Wis- i M county, at A* «mu- te for th. renseque AW T. ■ lor tho offic# of DU- tloi band Dwtrict. iter portion* «ll,"Gunn ipf A! t tiu ;< the. coun« W tío . w*. lib of II ■ ill Noaiinees—lleNUll re Couveufioii. of Victorin untie of Cflhuun, formerly Victo m / I 1h f# •$ ¡ a utlturitrrf to announce P. U. Psid- q.*, ** a'eandidate for rfc-olectlon to tho ' Aiiomoi^- and Collector of Vlotoria nitty, at 4h« eaculng election. i are aulliorlxed to annonnce Jamii \V. hsium, Esq., u candidal* for Blieriff of Vltturia culiuty ul the eniuing August election. We mr* authorised to annouaee Bylts*th Berro* m n eandid#te for the offico of Aaeeuor •nd Cslloetor of the eouftty of Vietoria, at the approaching election. Wo are authorised to announce Samcii. B. Mixox,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 June 1852

% «v - *%1 i ! > a «JSs^íi * ;,:; y 1 Moiitespun, to whom tho king gave suvcrul millions u« a dowry. This Diko ul Or- lean* wur tho Regent so iiiinutis in history for his talents mid vice . Three generations nltcrwnrds the House of Orleans again swelled their possessions by ubsurbing the bulk ol the fortunes uliich Louis XIV had bestowed upon his other natural children. By the extinction ol the other lines of descent the whole hud cen- tered in the daughter of the Duke de Pan- tljievre—.1 young lady whoso iulioritnnce was estimated ut nearly three millions fraucs per milium. Shu was married, in 1708, to Louis Philippe Joseph, great grand son of the Regent, better known in history by the tnnie of Philippe Egalitc—who made himself so inf.Hiiiuis during the French revolution. Aiming the estates which she brought to her husband were those of Neu- illy and D'liii, which were tho first seized by Louis N ipuleon, and are the suliji-cts ol the pending suits in tho French courts.— Tho uni...

Publication Title: Texian Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 12 June 1852

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