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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 June 1842

H ft f 'A ?, EE2E w'wjfn'!1,!1,1" "--i'BnBiiH,li..ar"'lWrvaB DIRECT lQRTAT10IJERqiVi FRANCE. f a 'RRIVAL oftheBrjg ,'Jtfomade,,Jinnn,$afbeillss, trilh A "selectcargobf French Gobdj viz. v' - ""' "v 100 Casks Clarer-" - 71 " -Brandy Cherries,;; 2001-2" -do.5'. - 300 " Claret, - Co. . . - 50 1-4" .PorUA v-; 50 " " -flfadefla, 30 " " SSrHerrie, -f 50 pipes CoBfanrly, - 200 " Oljve.Oil, 12 " Sweetmeats, 45 " ilalaga Raisins, 24 Drnms, Figs, 50 Cases Pickles; Anchoves' viuuDoxes iwascat ivine, KOOiT " Corafals. assorted. Salmon; ?.? $ 100 boxes Soap!' f--r . jgf4C " Anisette (Bordeaux) 'K. .Rehne&L.oat sugart eWj OtlCl Sr,t1n, nlsn Tpnpir. rnfon htrlp.s anrimiheKDroaace-in -exchange., -t .. J Tl A'D7rAtrP&'T3t3-ttITDrfW '"" Galvestonfjan. 1 1, 1843. ,; D.O.J.VUUfVA.Vb 1-fcUUlHJ.WW. jaV20 d&wtC321, nr- ; - -lo "SiwsTtMffiiSTt; 3Fea& J.&MUL WJL . .MMWMwgimsAa.g. As fixed by th-e "sixth CongreesfwiiiCtfro)ii and after the 1st day of J&bwarj20abh in Gold, Silver, or J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 June 1842

" , ,s - -ttaBJuSZa ;Lfc - - a, '- J ' ' J- ,"! j f - jwgwvjj' " TTT- - pjjjjrn ,m m-iiw 'jjmiiBgar'ii'.riiiimiiiiii'wwniiMi nT-1-ri-.iinwir.ir : or $7 at the end of t&eyearr ft: if- ft flSPraBSSSMdDEE. HOUST OjN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1842. YOL. VII NO. 27-WHOLE Mg342. t- rr rrtrSt JTU DJian .& -JEj -iSPili "-" -Tsr'- s fcESSfcllfo GEE &TIOORE. S&aSsficSwai 3iassl-ccsSi6!rt3ni;k&rf.nnr5VIiTipr snnare. S I UU mg-JS&I tLancTisabsequeiilSnBerUon, " - - 50 3tiIKet?$lfL! shermlSonSiiSie? nfcE&iSane5irotfs . .-5 tl E4lMNL S-. fiT months "or 52 numbers, - 4 25 " - - &pwmm 13 - - . . 'JeS sinsicDaper, , - - - - - i?bivenforsabfnptions. So 00 3 00 2 00 13 L'fin6a3emeBtof Candidates per annon, 10 00 0 nertcent, oaJth&abuve rates win De inaue to jaraoiics. perusing by the qnarter can no so on f.lHnnlfflP TT-.h til t TiriVllpU'P flf ie tiiBgas-rfLt uai" """ 7rV cbanjnngsqBdregJeeKper quaner, &hi; j u, nariS' changing 4 each week, "SIejtiSSMSl!hoal written ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 June 1842

?4?m. J t . aiee,.after vairiljpssaying to question thejdnvers, or me - Nassers; could onTysuy," "Never did accents of the l.ving . rrntT or JJirottws vnfrft which is Rtilipd in von grave oi snow-vreitlprSbe paused for a moment; then, evident- ly: answer-naffier own thoughts, said again, "No u0 os'impossiblfr-'By what miracle could he have reached the.rinWf Victor The fortunate mareschal had hft Sinolensre out' straggling, wretched "hosts entered it. Thejprench reached Studianka, on the left bank of the BerlsiSa. 7 Aimee felt that the turning-point which must decilfthe fate of herself and her boy, was arrived. On theP&cliug of that passage depended all her hopes of freedom of life; but still the thoughts of that voice haun- t's. jtfiQ.mmH TTnahle to obtain any information from SEpsewholly uninterested in her queries, she prepared her usaaLcouch-m the comfortless wain. au-uin iiiym auc could hear the noise or me worKmen eugugeu uiC juU- rlmtinn of those bridges over which the tro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 June 1842

5s.'--s----5. $f2V&'&&- --"----rR5: 5--fr',p-r-r. -? 5-fe.-- k-ssjp - sr- - "X -- rsf rfw. PU SsfV v -c- f M f . 'h The veneraKSnFWJEiaBSa3ther of Ihe tires- ent dislinasbedPresrdwtSmMates Senate. SomercotyflgiNew Jersey, on JajSIRgWlSSSvKire- ' V r r.rH?r-.-T- d ied'a'HhisE'esiQence the22daatm jer centeand thersaie was stormed. safr j&'smi?etf&r. rr s2' !S?Ia3Seny' Iate of Washington CountfexasAwas. drowned in the Arkansas River near IaeMlsburg-,''o.nahei5thiuU.bv the UDsettinfir of a canoe. v & - kWwi?Ji'Pi2TFhTorlinr nf lha Pinninnoili rU. S&r ?. ,'?feiafc ' jraares tnewneacop oi Unio at twenty-five mil- -iionsiorapusneis; rnoTeztnan trie ffreat cron of 1839 nnd fc$JejjMed tnat "r will be sold in that citySeasonTateshan S3 a barrel. fsHRiBLEEAiNHlMBURG. This once flour- wm mmercial Emporium of Germany, Sixty streeets, contain- PTPl flpctrntrprl infliirlinrr :-:rt7J J"l ww. ...& ,. twogplend id tChurchsfWli5teeples 400 feet high. The TospectVTsSTjrr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 June 1842

w ttfasfc -$ - "- . jft & . 1 "Vr, & U aw. -'itfiT wit !& ''vPGSEIK'Sk i'fi ; " 4 : J - DURHA'MPLTTLE, AND BERKSHIRE PIGS'! -T-HE undersigned naving, under the'firm of .Barnard &Co., S-5- A FEWiialfcblood Durham Calile, and fhorugh bred Berk- J- Galveston, aniMh&oore Co., Houston', opened ahouse at Sfcf -. tt shire Pissf can be had, deU?ereli'in?Houston. to order, by . Houston, and one,a Galveston, for ihejtaansactibn of a general aDnUcallonftS"- - JOHN SHA'CKELFORD, Jr. f ,-.- liouslpnwanuaryam, 104a. " jan zm an V TVR3TIOE. Tjiomas M". Bagby ol this city, is my legallj '' lv authorised agent and attorney, to transact any and all ol imy-bnsraess, during ray absence-irom the republic. gsepTS2237d&w JAMES S. IIOLMAN "CT3E3SNESSEE AND SWEDES IRON. 6 tons of tlieab 1 e v?d!raTrrcles receivedfby the lastpackef Neptune, consisting cagoou. assortment, seieciea ior mauuiatiunug uu an ucacriu- liions ofnlousrhs. horse shoe, axe, bar, tire, and hoop iron: rouiii. fand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 June 1842

'TJX- s . 36? -r-55- '-& fc !3B?r s .- T S .SS &.- " -M ciftrsiiivFiifMr a twit "a ctttl mourns wKBf --V- J tf IB & I s: .ByaCJG-EB, & MOORE. - OTif f HED J3 f'C R U GEJR & MOORE. ESCEiTjO-v- per-TL&mSntlis or 52 numbers, - So 00 T "Hi, g 26 " - - - 3 00 mS&tf, 3c 3 " 13 V-ENlf .- -single paper, - - 2 00 13 3p3iV0 creatt v?M oe given ior buuscupuuut.. Ta.5TERTisiNr.rist insertion, - - per square, $ I 00 -- 2'fand subsequent insertion, " - - 50 . ?", ' , Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 -- ijjt" ta.nnounceraent ol CandFdates per anno't, 10 00 v Adiscount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to fsherii&f,on'alllegal notice. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following. 'termsc "Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares1 each, week, per quarter, $40; 5 squares. clgiag'3teacB"week,'S50;C squares, changing 4 each week. -- $f6Q., -,. jiTaavertisements sent without tariilui instructions will un- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 June 1842

sr V - srCfc'. & - . & && "L 3jBr- a a. - -S, j-- 1-M E S-S A G E if or' tu ""president of THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS, TO """ " BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS. 7 i 3 "- Executive Department, ? . - rf City of Houston, June 27, 1842 J Gentlemenfof tk Senate, 4"" and of the House of Representatives : Events havetranspired since your adjournment, which, - in the opinion of the Executive, demand the action of Con- gress in-extraordinary session. The termination of your last session left the Executive surrounded with numerous and insuperable difficulties, to which circumstances, since arising, haye superadded causes of embarrassmeit requir- ing the exercise of all the wisdom, energy and patriotism, which the nation can command. The necessary aids were solicited to meet the emergencies which have since taken place, and which were anticipated by the Executive; but the honorable Congress did not accord in his suggestions, and the precautionary measures requisite were not adopted. A demon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 June 1842

!vB"aWJ9'Sfv f ,t--n(s!eM-r'A S ' 3f" S r " ',"4saco,, r irith& Gulf. -We understand -she will setvslil ae:ain for the ccasf of Mexico in a few days. ally4cnown in England, for new dupes to be made. The best method to avoid frauds of this character, is for erai- grantsuotwainintU they arrive in Texas before they pur- He is, even at this time, coming with large quantities of 'choice spirits1 of other lands, to complete the work of death, desolation, and tvrannv so Ion? carried on. with More jmposition. We learn from the Galveston I circumstances of fraud and perfidy scarcely parralleled in civilian, that, several of the passengers who arrived on I the most barbarous ages, and totally unworthy the toler- the baTque FaffifaaUrom London, purchased spurious an a ? community. ? titles to lands uTexas, in that city. We had supposed a onraehrei against our best friends and become their that the frauds of foreign land speculators were too gener- J worst enemies. He has excited domestic b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 June 1842

- 'dgSf, gpyijp TF&M&&mimmdti- ywiyw .- A 5- - gwrw 'wgpis .- xr. t "-i 5 . : -TltTC- T A 1X75! V ' -5?" ..". yT? tfTk .cpcsion oPLJbnSTess endin -t-fc A J i?.Apri,jmff for sale bv the subscriber. Also for sale, all tvibei,aws oTTexaspreviously passed and the Statates oi Co- ' -ahuila and Texas, in English and Spanish. These can be -' l furnished ia"bound .volumes or in pamphlet form. ... " - J. W. CRUGER, Telegraph Office, .--" "-anjrHlroff.tJPO. Houston u. "f "" w UK&E SHOES, WKUUGHT WAILS, &c Received tJPHEL. by the Kingston, an assortment 01 xnnsc, ouuj, au ,.V: 33$A7;fought Nails, Mustard, Pepper Sauce, Cayenne and black -ggfe) bfr '" S:dACKELFdOfRD?nby "-HOES. 6 cases of ladies and gentlemen t. shoes, boots Ti-'-O &c, consisting of ladies' prunelle boot, seal lace shoes, -prunella foxed boots, strap shoes, morocco boots, prunel- -V-'Taandkid slippers, ties, and .straps; gentlemen's lasting and , -- lined brogues, kip and calf-skin shoes,-brogans and pum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 July 1842

aa.- -"S3- r -" 7p- iJ-?,, - it - ?-- V . gKra-.rrn-wiTTgn-rM i, n nun'li.WTi'iiiriiMTiiiiiin-T--nrT n nywrirHM.MHiWi.'lilliirwiiinw-m.i-ir , ,-.,..- ,,. . ,. , . -, .. ,- , . .-, t iT.wn rg,.- i 1 1 .-j -uj-l i. -. .- ... , , .-..., i. .,.-, ,,.- - -" -" -.-- i - - ----- , ..... - ------ . ,- ,Twd i .-iuirK,,ixrwirTsrKBmr-nitmirsa proajKiffimfUffa-wiiMH i mi n i i ,n t .Ki mJBteOBBBrxi i I'fi'H yTgpmMyfQffw TBl&JflS- $5 im advance. 3Y CKUG-EK, & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. Sdbscbiptiom, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - So 00 6 " 26 " - - - 00 ft - 3 t 13 "" - - " " i single paper, - - - - -rjgjJrJ?o credit "will be given lor subscriptions. 'Advertising, lst insertion, - - per square, $ " V 2d and subsequent insertion, " - - " " Political cards, each insertion, - - 2 00 13 I 00 50 4 00 - " -Announcernpntof Candidates per amio't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriffs, on all legal aotic-s. Persons desirous of advertising by the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 July 1842

iWfwtfiwtMWi- mx 3t - . I v-rf'- ..lng.mleeUagxead-and adopted. A nmjority of the coinimt- sojdee onlililaryffairs made their Report, which was leaTLand adopted, and a billrtp affthorize offensive war NfagarnstiMexleo, and1 for-other purposrs, reported as a sub--YjstUuteo? iBe Jomt Resolution referred to them, was read, trlfeoblnson moved the printing of 250 copies ol said vepprtTind bill! JVlr. Mayfield moved to amend by insert- ing 0Q0 accepted. Mr. Caldwell called for a decis- - slqn ofahe. question. Ayes and Noes called for, and stood Ayes 23:Noes 10 carried. Mr. Forbs moved to amend ' the rrjotuiR.of Mr. Robinson, by printing 130 copies of thebill ., Mr. Van Zandt moved the motion, by punting 60 copies. On motion of Mr Mayfield, the motions were ' "laid en the. table. On motion of Mr. Mayfield, the above bill and report were made the special order of the day for 11 o'clock- on Wednesday. By leave, Mr. Jones of San Batricio, introduced a resolution defining the pay to be receive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 July 1842

"---3ysBl'jrr BVf'g'&$i.iiF&c 1 JS" rsmffffr-V99s&. j"M i -I t-KVIPfcrW-f! 'IIWWilWrfiT 'iiVililfTHITlBpcj ing, appeared on the pari of the state. The New York Herald contains a full report of the trial. This trial attracted as much interest as the trial of the murderer, Colt. Among the audience were found Judges, Generals, and men of every military and civil grade. - The"house was so crowded that thousands of individuals "whor wished to attend the trial, were unable to enter the doors, i The jury returned a verdict of guilty. We may therefore expect to hear by the next arrival, that he has taken up his lodgings at Sing Sing. Rhode Island. The late accounts from Providence indicate that the war has closed. The late report tha the insurgents were collecting their forces in Connecticut toinvade Rhode Island, is contradicted. The Providencet -Express, ihe organ of the insurgents, says, "that no war. Jike.measures have been or are taking place, as reported, -on the border of...

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

Jw -ls M?fS5S.-TnJ(t, JjSJ-3(p85IS w ;. ""jpvr c -WeJJl9JM?"P-"i4 t, - ; .-Sf" tr .aST&ggyg&t 'r sif ! 'TTOftSE HOES. WROUGHT NAILS. &c Received jDL-ijytbe-Kingston7an assottmentoftHore, Shoe, and "WronghMSails, Mustatd, Pepper JSauee, Cayenne and black PeppemgTSajoa,) brandy fruits, Sardines, it, and for sale by , iuS " - - J. SHACKELFORD, Jr Sj.OES.-s-bsCdsesCdT ladle's and gentlemen s shoes, boots &c, consisting oP-ladies' prunelleboots, seal lace shoes, prunella foxed boots strap shoes, morocco boois, prunel- la and kid slippers, ties and straps'; gentlemen's lasting and lined brogues, jripjand calfskin shoes, brogans and pumps, and a eood assortment of boy's shoes, just received and lor sale by m-aylSl J. SHACKELFORD, Jr. - A RARE CHANGE rpHREE thousand acres ofland, adjoining the Houston city JLleague and near White Oak bayou, about one-half tiinrjer- eT, will be sold low for cash, or exchanged for cord wood deliv- ered on. the Dank-of Buffalo bayou. Refer to H...

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

.wVXi..Afs. r 1 -U Vt ' wmL ' -- - or $7 at the end of tike year. wp- - f-Hi at 3 I.j iKCHj N ax j j I Ax. ljLy Vw4aS 4J$liliuy ", v i s-urr - - ii S. S9Hi Si 9l 53 --iP SwbMHi KBSfc TarasSUr &g 6r """lfc av $&? vKVtBfl , "" - B w -f , ? 'nSrS' $5 ibi advance. Wtihlished Weekly, -- ft -; :. i V V Ik BY ORUG-EK, & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGEE & MOORE. Subscription, j.er 12 months or 52 numbers, 6 " 26 " - - -S5 00 - 3 00 - 2 00 13 tt -3 13 ."N " single paper, ,- - - - JT-No credit will b given for subscriptions. rDVETna, 1st insertion, - - per square, $ 1 00 2t and bubsequent insertion, u - - 50 " Politica cards, each insertion, - 4 00 " Annour ?et.ol -Candidates per anno't, lojW A discount of 10 per on the afc3S3&,tpJ ViilKSmaa5 sher if:, on all lpgal -5"a- feS-quar'-cr can do so on mis, ciijoaprivHsge -of 5r"TjuartsVlth 5 squares F6ires; cliairgingieacb week, nt -without wrtit5jnsQaciibns wiUaiu- es3 soo rtrhid. rrtHnfiflrteii-six' monthsi -and chSKrpd afwird jnfh...

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

e , e ;- -- - T he-bill to psbsecuie the war, togetheriwitiTthe 'report of the majority ofthe committee, were taken up, and on mo- tion ot Mr, Van Zandtt the Honse resolved itself into a committee of the. whole, jlr. Van Zandt in the Chair; after some time spent thereon, the committee rose and re- ported progress, and asked leave to sit again adopted. On motion, the House adjourned until 3 o:clock. Thursday, July 7th. P Half past 3 o'clock, P. M. $ House met, quorum present. - On motion of Mr. Cooke, the offensive "War Question" was taken up, House in committee ofLtbe whole. Mr. Raymond in the chair. Committee rose, reported progress and bill back to the House with amendments, and recommended their adop- tion report, read, and on motion of Mr. Williamson, made the special order of the day for 10 o'clock, to- morrow. Message received from ,the President and referred to committee on .Military Affairs. On motion, the House adjourned until 9 o'clock, A. M., to morrow morning. Friday, Ju...

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

- -v k. ft 7 t if ? - f A and it may soon become a common occurrence to see a barrel of flour or other produce purchased foi its value in some manufactured article or a lot of ground or negro slave bought in by offering an equivalent in cotton or su- gar." We believe this system, inconvenient though it maybe, will be found far more advantageous to all classess, of honest and industrious citizens, than the late fraudulent -systems of banking. Brokers Broken. The general council of5ew orable the District Court for the county of Bowie. They remained in the custody of the Sheriff of Red River, un- til the District Court for that County. The Grand Jury having presented them for murder, thev were arraigned and plead "not guilty" Upon their affidavit of the want of testimony, the trial was put off to the fall term, and they remanded to prison. Before the close of the term for Red River, however, a motion (in the nature of a habeas corpus") for bail was made. The counsel for the prison- ers...

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

jj, - . .THE LAWS - V. Jr lls?TpH TJTlo frt cnla Tttvt to !;? Ki. A lfj4Vkw nnl 11 ---- j. U11. UJ lULilUUlUH."aUU 1UI OU1C, ail. lu&xaws orxesasprevionsiy passed ana the Statutes oi Co- ahuila and Texas, in English andSpaiiish.These can be J. W. CRUGER, Telegraph Office, ap 8 dtf-wtf-282 f -Houston I (THOn SEGARb, choice brands,for sale by XJiJJJ pet 30 SHEPHERD, & .CRAWFORD. TO LAWYERS, CLERKS OF .COURTS, JUS- B 'VICES OB' THE PEACE, AND CONSTABLES. LANK Affidavits to .obtain Attachments, " Bonds in Attachments, " "Writs of Attachments, " Summons for Garnashee, " Fi. Pi. against plantiff E.-F. for cost, zZ " States' Warrants, "V " Supcenas for witness, -"j " ZUitimus for want of Bail, w " Citations, ' " Mitimus for Capitol Felony, " -v, " Appeal Bond, " Recognizance to appear and testify " " do do to Prosecute, " do do to appear and answer, " Warrents to bring belore the Court, . " Letters oi citizenship, " Summons for District Court, " do County Court, " Sheriff's executi...

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

- "5S "5- m Bfiffar-A 'no? mis' ' mwj - tt-1 .-. -S-" Kfts&s5M ar s i 5S 1 JS - . -- J IffitiJC 'frfcfc .i r,rMvmxiiiiscj3.Mtijm "'n 'mi imjnm" """"tttif tgr1 gtMMffirwrviiwCTmrigMiMyfrTrwc JPuhlishetl Weekly or $7 at the sail of the year. rr Iws. :iii J pHifc ;8ES 'rfiHra ie " . ,tjgXfoCTJX"tnjr"Juam-BJi ii" if. -...,,- i .,., -- ,-, Ju-i-uj ,,..-... -'ggj-g ii in i f w imr -'-" e cttOTGrassawscasM i' ffr- f h JBT CBLSTGER & MOORE. PUBLISHED1 BY CRUGER & MOORE 'KM KlTS. IS months or 52 numbers, 6 26 " - 3 13 " SpBscfiiPTiov, per So 00. '3 00 2 00 13 single paper, -iSjgggfo'cfsdiL will bagiven for subscriptions S-DYERTisiNa, Im insertion, - - per square, ' t'sn. qj nnr? suhseauent insertion. " - - a. - Si 00 50 oj nnr? suhseauent insertion. . 8&k Political cards, each insertion, 4 00 ffl Announcemcnrol Candidates per anno'tj 10 00 lA discount of 10 percent, oa the above rates will be made to sheriff;-, on all legal notic-s Persbn; desirous of advertising by the quart...

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

"K " vjfSS"" v Ks rv being-thankful to anj' one, but lo the decisionprudence, judgment and valor of the Yucatecos. It is offered, that there shall be no innovations made in. the civil and military list, and that the incumbents of the various offices at the time of adopting the said declaration, shall remain in their several stations. There is no favor to be discovered in this offer, because there isnothingmore granled.to us than what we already posses. It is intend- ed to flatter the State, with the officers retaining- their stations, because the said provisional Government believes that in Yucatan the plan of persons and not of principles was adopted; for unfortunately, the experience has, thus demonstrated ever since the nation has been plagued with revolutions and changes of administrations. It is necessary to remember," that in the year of 1832 the federation has been reestablished in this State, because the dominant party in Mexico has thus advised it; this change was made by t...

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

1 I jp "p . 5 j--, duct, and frank in its proceedings and 'moreover animated! nine-pound field piece. Gen! Davis, after the battle, sent: with, the desire that the relations which until the present time happily subsisted between the Republic and the Uni- ted States, should suffer not the least change, believes it o be its duty to respect in all form its former protest iirnfiRt such tolerence. the continuation of which it will consider as a positive acjof hostility against this republic, wlich will regulate the conduct it ought to observe in the romner which the justice, interest and the national digni- t' exact. The' undersigned hopes that the Secretary will favor him with a reply, with the conciseness which the import- ance of the subject demands, and avails himself of the opportunity to repeauhe assurances of the distinguished consideration with which he subscribes himself His verv ob't serv't, J. MARIA DE BOCANEZRA. A Copy, Mexico, May 31, 1842. O. MONASTERIO. (Diario del Galveri...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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