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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 April 1842

--v- -V -I N. I Ib-'-. IUfi ir J CJlIS?and Palm Leaf fiati-f casexjf palm leaf iad. ? I , e .v i. otniR.,p.iiftT .silk hats.vmst received andforsaleby may 18 tJaaaviut "" .'--- O COTTON Pl5AEKSv " fTHE subscriberwillpay thelighesi ma&etprice foHcotlon de- iJiYerrd at Houston. .., . , M rCTyfvnpf'l!gfN' nov 25 264-wlf , .f ul? , JOHNJY. "' JaEifiTol flae JKefiii&lic of Texas, As ftxefrbv iht svttK. Con'greesojiaTce- effect from. y&pfyfr the 1st Stay of Jtfhwqr, 3842, iwgroMe ?ung.w, -.- . per cent, aav Ale, ana alL'dtbcr lands ot Man uqnor, ? 10 Sets. Allspice, perv Bagging, baleo; ism twine for'packin liz fe " JO perlcentadvi cotton, il Books and Stationary; Bonnets, Ladies, Batter, per lb. - i Beef, per 200 lb:, - .S3 0 &" . . . .i4 ?-U,ctsS Jtsaeon, per id fiTi "' V nmpnts and nriSary schopl books, rfree.,? ft Cattle and stock ol all kinds; - Corn, and Corn meal.per.bubhel of SOlbo. Coffee, per lb. - Cider, m cask or bottle, Chocolate, per lb. -t Cigars, Spanish, p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 April 1842

"pqryv &&- f-,sr- 7 3 ?i!!fc's?si; ilJJ & ,u lii Hi .' j: fife-. $5 iaiidvance. u:&7.afrflie enil ofStife 'AsiiW JSOfJER & MOOKE -HST'OlC WBJESDAY, APRIL 13, 1842: - "555 i. :YmwP&rwm no: asr. ,-;3fiw "" - &tBE " - V - rrgiss" r&fl&m. toer - .irum e cb tto m na v (? j jAe v SS 'ibvbw ... -j. j Tfct. vatki.-ii JsiJiiDijLjJiafe iB& fl ;Tfs. ,?"&. H wMBi 'U , . iVKWHbmHTn-t if rnr ., , , &f&? I V -A tt MMMd& mm. :t 5c 3 & i i) K SHEQ.BT'CS'RUGEfltt'&.MOOKE - 'A-Jci'KjiKSsrM - - r&Uiivn.omas oifaarfiumbers, - -&j wj C ,r 26 r .f -" r-r -. rt 3 OG 3 '- 13 " - -2- 00 SI 00 400 Ingle paper, - - - iiVo creiif wilrlljgi veiL,fo r subscriptions. dssetisikGj 1st insertion,- - per square: 3d and suteeauentinsertion olitfcalJcaras, each insertion, $? r'Annonfitementoi Candidaiesperaifnd1 10 00 Hi& rohowiritermsc Per 4 squares with the privilege of tV 'iia ! -r 9 rwiihaaKori inslrcctfons will nn '-flP isSobrirI)Tdj5.i ert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 April 1842

a . ,N V :!SBb. f . L change of sentiment. Her glances continued. abeverai lime6ar eyesrmet: At .length 'the beaedSHiSS' was, pro- uounced I lingered aBout the premises until 1 saw the dark eyed damsel set out for home alone and onfooL OhJ ( thajtithe customs of "Society would ermiV;Tor we are surely one-insoul. CueloimalriyllihalgJhrows up a harner'betveenJieartSvmade for each-other ir Yet I foL- lowed'after Hferhloolced fbehind and JthjMightrshet . ened her's, as if to leracoma isjiAvitfcuher, "Nnhlp. vnnnar rreatnrfifc i&lhau?hL:4b.S Noble young creaiuJiHithoughtIj;her artless and warm heart is superioritpaesliacklesiflScnstom I" j I nf InnrrtVi ntima roil llTla. ctnnp'fi thttiWOf heK SBe , 4 jsaddenly halted, and hired her free towards me. My.heartf swelled to bursting. I reached the spot where she stood? jJSne began to speak, and liookoflfcny hat, as if doing rev? erennfito nn ano-el. JL"Are you-a pedler?" M&' 'No, my dear girl, that is not myoccupation." -V'Well I don'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 April 1842

rw?r ' sscgr ?-- ,4S"! . . .,J Saj3i . j 2Df ,4ji M K4fe' . - : -? II- i&ive been on ineiRSrande capable of slibjecUnff ihe rehole'coimtry o at"river. We.hopei&B efforts that tcT organize an efficient army will be" and that the volunteers that are now iTe now ma 4f-irore succi fWgiiMS- wjumcu iuiuk. vvesi, win uuljjcuiih. men pie- for aJavo rite commander, tq overpower their patri- soi; but that they wijl merge all private feeling-sin the lgiteto advance the interests of theTlepublic. , Let them .jipw-f P" neiermine mrejiaitniui-soiaiers to ionow iue smuuuru -''yifth'eirountry under the directionof the commander duly JC-'JfiraJeiraWtfanDofnted. and success must be certain. -5 sS .a.-' w- ---- - .sa aJLJPhe" Mails. "ve have learned with sincere .regret a, - (hat themaTIs haverbeen slopped on all the main routes of ia TiL,7fttnVi1ii -inTFiJa I an ewl that our citPzens will fpfil most sensibly. Tnerejs hardly a branch ofGovernment from which thexitizens'deriveJgreaier benefits ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 April 1842

f"SS jk sS V , - - - --p--?f"Z:--- VW 4 r - - fft & jNiu 1VTOTICE. 53xomas M. Bfigby -of this city, ismy legallvd JLY -anJiorised agent and attorney, to iransaci any mm au ui SiMEsSsJOAl: - "i.- acafcr! "jfcrei ty ihegsixlh. uongreeajio laicc eject jrom 1E&2: Silver Aor JSxchemter "Bills I T'TiT fir.'- " ' '- Percent adv feagffins, baletope and twine for packing, - . , ??Jtnn l ' m . - f . 50 percent adv. ftnntefand SmfiDnBrv.1 .i- ' jfcmm JtMf Sfi? ..?" Bonnets, Udiesplfefe, ArfKl Batter, per lb. irHfc. LV ' 4W i Beef, per 200 lb, LVjSffi5lt Bacon, per lb. - f I Bt nJT. I Bibles. Testaments and primary school books, ilree. v- Cattle and stock ol all kinds, ; ..W, & ; r!rn and Corn meal. per bushel of 50 lbs. , iJgtCisj; s 4m.-io ik V. - . 10 per centfadv. - 3 cts. 5 00 300 35 per cent adv. ,3 cts. Cider, in cask or bottle, - Chocolate, per lb. - ? Cigars, Spanish, per 1000, -- - urnericau, at- Carriages, pleasure, Cheese, per lb. fct Chairs - ' J. - Clothing, ready made...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 April 1842

- r 21 UJ. JPu&lislied Weekly. or $7 at the end of tiae year.- WEDJNESDAYTAPEIL 20, 1842. YOK VII.-NO. 18-WHOLE NO. 333. 55 . - SS aWw j2 . -Li si: f - w rare&i -w :r "IC L o tjt-'' "' 1 -VlWk K;fPPK' "LWi. T ..rrr a- . i? 's i m J 3 E 1 . -MS&yaSPIWfft ' --JiftiUb sm.-& ftfiSSKi&r. fafS montfe or 12 narabetS, - So 1& $5KT -fetG -"- 6 - 3 00, J&SfL 22L .Shff siVenJc r stJjscnptions. ., c Sf-fagssr PbMcaXwrBM each inssmoni1f34?Ol).s; i? " jSMjincem-iitoltadidaMrnimHjjafll wx "A 4iscoam-of 3Hftetrat.pa tteaftDve rates wfli lie mauelo fir . . a;! S. ...t-v T3jk"rjl -Srmsiivic1' "TGntJi f nr?i?0frA nT gc, $&jra$e5J5g Squares, 9$ss$89 sssK W . . T l - .asf;isTraclCJJ UUltlS; itUU jjBaSgCU,UljfcU li SiBSi&JSBVs. anjy. ,u,"- meir?- Js-:rT --- i4 " Jto!WSBiU?,?ejnlmenaM,i.iiw.. ... JVb cTeiUmilgvceitrXXiXiY lcansieutdctyeriibert timterauy citcinisaiicfes. Tie AbQV-etejrasare rateditt?peeIor its eaawalenvnl 1 c ,. fevffs ej$ste AndTCpfieress fief not by hf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 April 1842

s & a.. Lewis arriving at our camp, tlfe enterprise would have been crowned with- success. Gov. Arraijo on leaving Santa Fe had publicly said, that in case of an engage- ment with, us, he did Hot believe his men would stand after the first fire, and lie was consequently prepared for retreat,.his men instead of being well armed and discip- liaecL.soldiers, were the most ill equipped mob I ever saw. Moreover, instead of the people being universally lostilfc towards us, we have learned since, that they were united then under Arraijo's banner through fear of his authority, and. they lad long been discontented with the oppression which they had suffered from him, and after the first victory achieved by us, would have gladly united with us in expelling him from the country;' and 'received -with gratitude the protection of Texas This information we have derived from authentic sources, and I can assert with confidence, that the people generally, not only of New -Mexico, butako at the Pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 April 1842

c-""o;3. r T-p-r 1 V Jvfe1 C Irs . ?' ix&s eminent pf.ihai country against Mexico unlejsghe cuizens of the Union cantored at Santa Feare releasedmmeoi- ately uporuhe application ofGetv. Thompson. Ilysfta raqred that toermea -steamers Missou'n ana Mississippi have beensjorderea to Yera Gruz.varid also a portion of the'WesjIndialsq'aadron Sot the purpose of enforcing a -compliaScffUhthe derrands "Of t.he governmentat-ash-.. -j mgtonr ' T Lord Ashburton -special minister from the Court of St. Jamesyarrived;flt Annapolis in the British frigate War- spite on tne,3d-inst. The arrival oftfus gentleman is hafled'airuHtcauveof belter limesano the most sanguine iiopes-areentertatned as to the happy issue of hisembassy. SEreJcK. -The, Steamer Philadelphia wasdriven aground at t&e mouthtofthe Brazos river on Wednesday last anH Is" a total wreck. 450 bales, of'colton were on Lafitte t and has -. - sifely arrived at3aIveston. -The stonh attjajveston oiTWedaesday last was so vio- lent thaU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 April 1842

il m -A superior article, for sale by SHEPHERD & CRAWFORD. F' KY1NG PANS. o dozen long and miou handle iryiBj pans, just receivedand ior sale by may 18 J. SHACKELFORD, Jr. JU&r received, 20 bbis. superfine Flour, 20 bbls. mes Pork, 20 bbls. brown sugar, 10 sacks coffee, 3 hbds. bacon, 20 bbls. Mercer potatoes, 112 ps. Kentucky, Dundee, and India Bagging, 60 coils rope, 3000 lb. Sweede's Iron, (ass'd.) JSTails, hoes, spades, sadirons, domestic, bed ticking, linsey ' plead shirtings, &c, &c, for sale low by Dec. 30. dec 30 d&wtf-318 GEO. ALLEN &CO. vTJRANDY.- D sale by 4 barrels American brandy, just received and h may4 J SHACKELFORD, Jr Tariff ot the Kepublic of Texas, As fixed by the sixth Congrccs; to take effect froi and after the 1st day of February, 1842, payabt in Gold, Slice?, or jzzentquer joius, Per cent, adv 10 5 cts. Ale, and all other kinds of Malt Liquor, Allspice, per lb. - - Bagging, bale rope and twine for packing cotton, Books and Stationary, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 April 1842

" .s-ftTi iLT.'rw.'My wg TWIlW"! of piru Such a man his true worth of character ; und Ills hie is a blessing to himself, to bis .irmly, to society, and to ibrcworld:"" Ann then, -my friends, to attaja this character, aim at virtue arid moral excellence. This is the fls the indis- pensable qualification of a good citizen ;.,it Imparts life and character, to all institutions and interests m soeii ty. It is, indeed thedewanU rain -that nourisheth ; theineand the fig tree bv which we are shaded and refreshed. Havces. Brevities: A man ofjgenius, by too much dividing his attention, becomes diarnond-duat instead of remaining a diamond. " ' Asthe prickliest leaves are the driest, so the pertest fel- lows are generally the most barren. Terse isto.poetry, what music is to dancing. Govenments -are generally about twenty years behind the intellect of their time. In legislation, they are like parents" quarrelling what Icind of frock the boy shall wear, who, in the meantime, grows up to manhood, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 April 1842

! on an offensive war against Mexico; and. those whose presenceis not absolutely required at home, are resolved to hold themselves in readiness to march at a moment's warning to the West. If llie remainder of the eastern counties will display similar zeal in Ohe good cause, the western cufzens will soon have reason to rejoice, thaUhe jnvasion offlheir country has roused;a spirit, that will nover rest until an acknowledgement four independence is ex- tortedfrom the unwilling foe,.and the western settler, like the eastern, may sit'underVhjs own vina tmd fig tree, and gases SS2BS22ESSEEaaSEH; t-viiLa,i,rrTrft enjoy the blessings of secuntjgaod peace. Jtefc Th W ditaf of the Galveston Advertiser has bren inform- Release or JMr. .Van 'KcssA., correspondent of thePicayune thus accountsjfor the release of Mr. VanNess by Santa Anna. " - ? iPerhaps a, word maySccount for this ;$and as the ex- planation is creditable to Sanfa&Anua and to MexicovI am not, orav to avail myself of an opportu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 April 1842

i '& & -wg""T ""'rt' ?" a ' iSSSS t&& w-T V? i . K E . .-(,'r . - ..w-ria !! i hht in, iii ill PI MUM1 I d i..-m ir iinliwn-.i,iiwjijtliBia3flll.i - IW". J '"V ' "' 1S - g i I iwmm . . T , , ,, ,.-. Jrbr-J5?a95 yf it..iiHHlllll 111 Ill I I I PCriimiyiryHT . - i .. -- Z jiESJetfERS' 5 in advance. ' gieb?isheeZ Wteldy - :B GRUGcgR -& MOORE. P-UiBJLSHED BY CRUGER & MOORE Sobscbiptiox, per 12 months or 52 namters, - So 00 . 3 " .13 - - 2 00 ic single paper, - - - - 13 ZfrXojureaU will be given forubscriptions Advertising. 1st insertion, - - ersqmre, $ 1 00 . 21 and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 Political cards, each insertion - - 4 00 "" Announcement ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 Adisconnt of 10 per cent, oathe aboverates will be made to henfij, on all legal notiejs - Persons desirousoiaavertising by the quarter can do so on the ifoliosring. terra's: Per 4 squares, ,wuh the privilege of changing Jqtnres eacn week, per qtarler, 40; 5 squares, -chiiigiugeach wee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 April 1842

NK V 33-asu2 the Republic o Texas, As fixedi the sixth Confrees; Ho take effect from and after the 1st day of February,-1842, payable inGold, Silver, or -Exchequer 'Bills. Per cent, adv aip and all other kinds of MalrLiquor. - 10 " Allspice. per lb. - . -'.t Bagging', bale rope and twine for packing 'cotton, .' j? Books and Stalibnarj-.i - - 'Bonnets, 'Ladies,. - Batler, per, lb. - - ---, Beef, per 200 lb, - ""- - Bacon, per lb. - -- Bibles, Testaments and priraar)' school books, Cattle and stock ol all kinds, " n1K " Corn, and Corn ineal, per bushel of 50 lbs. Cofifee, pec lb. , - Cider, in caskor bottle, - , , " Chocolate, per lb. - ' - 't ' Cigars, Spanish, per 1000, Garriagcs, pleasure, - . . Cheese, per IK - . - Chairs, - - " -Clothing, ready made, - i ' - Flour, per bbl. - Fruits, dried and green, Furniture, and all manufactures, of wood, Fire Arms of every description, Farming utensils,- implements of husbandry, and Furniture the .property of Emigrants v in-actual&se, nol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 May 1842

$5 in advance. BY CKUGEK, & MOOEE. - PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE TEKMS. Sobsgriptio.v, per 13 months or 52 numbers, - S5 00 - I " 6 " 26 3 00 " 3 " 13 ," . " single paper, - - - - fiVb crcdilMrill be given for subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square. " 2d and subsequent insertion, " - . " Political cards, each insertion, - 2 00 13 SI 00 50 00 " Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriffi?, on all legal noticrs. Person"! desirous of advertising by the quaiter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of -changing 2 squares eacli week, per quarter, $10 ; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, $50; G squares, changing 4 each week, -$60. All advertisements sent without written instructions will un less soo-ier forbid, be inserted six months, and charged accord- ingly. No personal advertisements will be inserted. No credit-mill begiven to any transient advertiser, under a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 May 1842

mAMxM&ak&jmHLv-?MP, vv pus. intelligent and laborous Secretary of "the Navy, in eue cion. a. jx. upsner, who u.us jjiuvlu miuaeu uuiu a learned commentator upon the Constitution, and an excel- lent officer-. Pennsylvania, one of the most powerful and lear headed financiers, in the Hon. Walter Forward, whose brilliant report accompanying President Tyler's Fiscal Bill, commanded the warm and heaity enconiums of even bitterest political foes Chivalrous South Caro- lina has sunt, to his councils as Attorney General, the Hon Hugh S Legare. talented us he is industrious, and gifted with a knowledge of maritime, national and consti- tutional law, which renders him both the pride of his riaiive State and an ornament, not only bright, but useful in the deliberations of the cabinet. Kentucky, too, has her representative in the Hon. C. A. Wickliffe, Post- Master General, whose fine judgment, clear mind and business habits, constitute him a most competent officer to pfeside over that mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 May 1842

" ,"&&myjfFr 'Tr-iif-'''--''1-'-'- i-,"l"i1'" ' i "i TWIt "- - --K.- "passed by Congress, they are accordingly referred to the consideration of the iivo Houses. JOHN TYLER. Mr. Reily io Mr Webstei. Exhacis. Legation of Texas, ) Washington, March 28th, 1842. ) .. The undersigned, Charge d'Afiaires of Texas, has the 'ionor to call the attention of Mr. Webster to the condition of the existing relations between the two countries. In a conversation on the 25th inst , the undeisisned was .informed bv Mr. Webster that the nnints stihmittpH in him y Mr. Bee, the predecessor of the undersigned, in Sept. SSS'AifflS' jusi, ior constaerauou as ine oasis or a treaty Detween American gold countiy and the Government he represents, which has been partially interrupted, and hope hereafur we may count on his Governrmnl as cue of our uaimest friends and allies. The cluvarly of France has been too often proved on this continent, for us to doubt for a moment, her favoiable disposition for the sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 May 1842

i to qaa sacks Liverpool salt, recem-d by u. OUU steamer Col. Woods, direct from New Orleans i good order, and for sale by leb9 d&wtt-das J. SHACKELFORD, Jr. 1SEGROES FOR SALE. THREE young and very likely negro men. Apnly to J. SHACKELFORD, Jh, Jan. 13th, 1842. jan 13 dtf ilain Street. Tariff ot the Republic of Texas, As fixed by the sixth Congrecs; to take effect froi and after the 1st day of February, 1842, payablf in Gold, Silver, or Exchequer Bills. Per cent. ad Ale: and alL other kinds of-Malt Liauor. - 10 " Allspice, per lb. - "Bagging", bale rope and twine for packing cotton, - . - Books and Stationary, - Sonnets, Ladies, - Butter, per lb. - Beef, per 200 lbs, Bacon, per lb. - - Bibles, Testaments and primary school books, Cattle and stock ol all kinds, Corn, and Corn ineal, per bushel of 50 lbs. Coffee, per lb. " - Cider, in cask or bottle, -'Chocolate, per lb. - Cigars, Spanish, per 1000, - " American, " Carriages, pleasure, -" Cheese, per lb- - -5 cts. 10 per cent ad ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 May 1842

-s$ s vHk.- E "PJJfet "'' . " P&te' --iV "r 44M (& . vN"Hijfcn m m mmwiQ mmi -- & zr r'Sr" - '" TJBEJttS-$5 ia advance. V Published Weekly. or $7 at t he esse! if th yea. r C !f - - &S . - f -i . ...m.i-. I.,...,, . .... gMMMegcatn' in nr.'Mwig i mi aBa'"' "" " -' -r ; f- "BB ,'SG? fcW W, XSB WWW WaTCiba VI li b or uger, &r moore PUBLISHED BY CRUGEE & MOORE ,, TBKfflLS.' SoBsciuPiiO'f. ner 12 months or52 numbers, - - ??o 00 u " 26 " - - 3 '' 3 . 13' " -' - - 2 .- " sinsrlfi DaDer. - - --- 00 00 13 00 50 00 frA'o credit -will be given foubscriptlons." . anrroTtoKR Vo- insertion. E .- Per SOUS per square, ,- JS nl;r ' ' 2i and sbsequenLaflSertion,; I " Political cards. eacSinsenion, T " Announcement olJa,ndidaterperannot, 10 00 A discounter l0"per cent, on-Hfe above rates -will be tnadeJo sheriff, on all legal notic -s. "' Pprns desirous of advertisins by the quarter can do so on thesPsltOWjng terms: Per 4 squajres, wish the privilege of .caagglng squares cuj.-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 May 1842

-JCmBj ay ' rri?W3i5P IP" ' IP .if iiiwwi i- y sssfC F e fjsm -' .u i inn -u'M-EiSftjaffHwa! private letters to his old friends. - "Cherish," said he, to u laitor uhorieh nlWnvs love ofiiberty. in snite of the -excesses It. has apparently' led to," andefbte yourself 10 the service of your country." ,&For the Telegxaph. S" '"' Houston, May 9th, 1842. : Mr. -Editor: At the request of a number of friends, and with a-view of giving what information 1 can to those of my fellow.-citizens whose relatives and friends were connected with the late unfortunate Santa Fe" expe- dition, Lpropose, as far as my memory will serve me, to .give a Journal of the most important occurrences of our route. .. . I pronose also, by a true narrative of facts, to convince those who may have been disposed to attach some blame to Texian soldieis for the delivery of their arms to an enemy, that culpability cannot, under the circumstances, attach itself to either officers or men. Could 1 in true 'colors, depic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 May 1842

tv- Vf z4t"i&iGV4t Xt wsa(ij ?" Ka- lvw r the object of these letters, jso create-nn impression here, thatlhe place is well forunWso that oar army will notfvlnture to, attacK it Even if therewere 2000 Mexican troopsin that city, it could not hold ouUigaiust 500of our troops. Bexar, defended EyA70Qjregular Mexican soldiers under Cosvas captured, .about 15CT TfTans. qme of our soldiers declared tbjtir was sur- rendered to Col. Cooke, commanding only 49 men ! Almost every,house roBexar isvbuilt of stone; but Mata- mofosnsists almost entirely of wooden and briclc houses, which could beset on-fire and easily burnt to the ground daring n strong norher. Theory fear of this, would induce the inhabitants to surrender upon the approach of aarysuHiciently powerful to match the garrison in the open-field. The town is commanded Wa high bluff that jejtorelyverlooks "itlfrom the east side of the river. It can be"approached without difficulty hy the upper road towards Coroargo. During Jthe, "Fe...

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