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

Sir-t,-Ba&htSSS''- jTL "J- O''0ES 6 case.- - ,K-j ; jcccoa1 jrgcgne Pools, sea lJvgjgiiocs, ." ! ta kTifLxiZTUppsrSj ties and straps j gentlemen's 'lasting and lined brogues, jtipand palfskin shoes, brogans and pumps, and a good'assortment of boy's shoes, just received and for sale by may IB J. SMAOKiSLFORD, Jr. A RARE CHANCE. THREE thousand acres of land, adjoining the Houston city league and near White Ok baou, about one-half timser- ed, will be sold lowibr cash, or-exchanged for cord wood deliv- eredton the bank of Buffalo byou. Refer to Houston, Dec. 23, 1841. ANDREWS & SWAIN. dec22d&wtf T)RANDY. 2J Pipes French Brandy, for sale by JE oct30 d&wtf. SHEPHERD & CRAWFORD. NOTICE. . v 7T1HE undersigned have this day dissolved by mutual consent. , iJL- F. Moore is to settle the affairs of Moore & Co., Houston, .and E. L. Barnard is to settle the affairsjof Barnard & Co., Gal- veston. E. L. BARNARD, FRANCIS MOORE. July 12, 1842. ' July l3l&wtf-345 N,sB. ...

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

--.' t "v- ' ". w- r s A. fearaaUtgi--- ' TMltifIS-5 in. advance. BYGftUGEIt & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. v T KJHS. 12 months or 52 numbers, G " 26 " - jBobscriptiox, per : 00 00 13 00 50 00 jf 3 13 " ! , single paper, - - - - Tct credit will be given for subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, 2d and subsequent insertion, " - . Political cards, each insertion, - Si jc Annnnncempntof Candidatesuerannot. 10 00 'Aiscbuntjf 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made. to " n'H?-Z ?-j. ( nJwArjnw hir . nnfi rim. pan nn-n nn 'Xh&Tofiowlngiaermsr: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of Vchsngjng' STsjpares each weeK, per quarter, sny ; o square-,, spfSng 3 eachweekj-S50 ; G squares, changing 4 each, week, ta&vere,mfents sent without written instructions will un- tre sbbaer3pijidj beinserted six months, and charged accord- glyv t ' -Nopersonal advertisements will be inserted. ifttrJSil taitt be given o any transient advertiser, under any gr- Tyipv...

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

Was r ' r- Hj'UMIf ' ""Wg-'' :- VS--"y,SS KBe' &--.( WTl?S ''lXS-y ,5" : i i?! - v - " -- 43- ' v &' y "-'sr jf- - . r"5 v'""25?'"w5, . f ; 0- - 1 w V said election, the President Sam Houston should be chosen by the voters as the commander, he is hereby authorised -- to take coraraandi?saidarrafm person1' the Ayes and -Noes stood as follows Ayes", Messrs. Colquhoun, Muse ,- '- ,j"twv.k Q-jrfMnPB JVTpsct "Rarnptt. Rvrne. Greer. Jack. -- a.m ,., -, ..- -i't-J - - ,... " "To WnnHTOropn Khnnr nnrl -THUS M nsr Mr. Muse ' "moraTto infertthe words, -provided he resign his station "" as PresideutioXthe Nation';-T-iosL Mr. Jack moved to lIUUH, fUUU, W .M, -..... .... . ' ."vi J --- -insert atteivlne word "command, tne woras "ii ne iiiidk DToner:' C nJi' Murl nff - rl.nA. mnnoH thaKontitA nninnrn UiJMlCU. ITU. VJtlCCl UJtii luvumuiv WUjw uniirp'tlock, P. M. carried.. JP& 4fc 4 o'clock, P. M The Senate met pursuant to adjournment, the Presi dent in ttre:chair;.roll called, no quoru...

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

k - "i,"-" ', A fc s" t " "5" .! of the majority of the committee, and again laid on the ta- ble, and bill concerning the removal of the government offices taken up and read 1st time. Bill authorising Se cretary of Treasury to divide the bonds of F. Dawson, &c., taken up and amendment passed. Bill authorising the President to accept the services of four companies or frontier protection taken up and referred to committee on military affairs. Mr. Wynns introduced a resolution for certain purposes therein named. Bill authorising the county court of Brazoria county to levy tax, taken up and laid on table till Monday morning. House adjourned un- til Monday morning. THE TELEGRAPH. EDITED BY FHANCIS.MOORE, Jr. Moustana Wednesday ) Wuly 2T, 1 842. Conokess. The extra, session of Congress closed on Saturday List We fear little benefit will result from its L deliberations, xne great oojecurior which h whs uuu- vened have been in a measure defeated. The bill au- .5?v thorising the Presiden...

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

- -"wswiC " .V -r - - ..u ?c' wwg V-y. "ft fc. ATTORNEY ATTlAW: - A- -W3TNNS vilLlLiCfnttire give-fifS,- entire attention to hi? ZofDofes5ioK. He saliva foancLat-Jus office or at hisTesi- Ti . v VfATtTQ,rwtf-323- ,-idenc: -feb J9 d&wtf-325. OFHE session of Congress. endinj184l, are now pub- 'iished.and'lor sale by he subscriber, Alsp-for sale, all the Laws of Texas previously passed-raDd the Statutes of Co- abuila 'and Texas-, in English-ind Spanish. These can be iurnisneo, in iwyuu vuuuues orm puuiumvi. wn"., -f -jsmi-t arrfi fltf-wtf-382 - Houston BHAiSDy. 21 Jeipes French Brandy, lorsaie oy- --- ocf3fa&wtr' SHEPHERD fo CRAWFORD JONTEED STATES OF AMERICA. . J STATE OPQmeaiJl, r 'South Judicial District. Pnrrch tS TVnthi Inches. i .Clerk's OfficejDistrict Court- I SAMUEL ST. HYAMS, clerk ofthe Dfstrict Court Innnd for 5 the-parish of Nachlloches, tenth JudirialJJisirictpf the Stnteof Louisiana, do ierebyccrtiryr thatl have careruliyek'amined the re- cords of the said, court...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 August 1842

"' w2rtif&GfF)JFKS&QRfi&r' l-rr ?- -- "? IH.IXSF'g tJtL " 'flrr-. r-XTftltpM J,r-9 pty pit VgVKaaqflfcT "gw j ' n TSlipSSSSSs "5. - yMV& Hg -t- TMRJ7IS $5 in advance. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end of the year. BY CECJGER, & MOORE. HOUST ?N5 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1842. YOL. YII. NO. 33-WHOLE WO. 348. s s PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE TERES. Subscription, per 12 months or 2 numbers. - So 00 " G i 26 " - ii "3 " 13 " 3 00 2 00 13 u' -" . single paper, - - - - - No credit -will be given for subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - -- per square, $ " " 2d and subsequent insertion, " - - 00 50 " Political cards, each insertion, - 4 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per anno't, 1 0 00 A discount of 10 per cent, onthetabove rates will be made to sheriff?, on all legal notics. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the- following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, S40 ; 5 squares, changing 3 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 August 1842

3SSP: y V- rHm yvbiimfti M'.a-J-it-tmiwiMMiyBn the bill, the yeas and nays being called, stood as follows: Yeas, Messrs. Barnett, Colquhoun, Greer, Owen 4, Nays, Messrs. Jack, Jones, Moore, Muse, Shaw and Webb 6, lost. Mr. Colquhoun moved to insert the woids "also Jacob Duckworth and Nancy Duckwoith" canitd. Mr. Moore moved the bill he engrossed, the yeas and nays being called for stood as follows: Yeas, Messrs. Joues, Moore, Muse, Shaw and Webb-5, Nays, Messrs. Barnett, Colquhoun, Greer, Jack and Owen 5, the chair decided in the affirmative carried. Mr. Moore moved a fuilher suspension of the rule carried. Mr. Barnett moved to lay the bill on the table lost. The yeas and nays being called on the final passagestood as follows: Yeas, Messrs. Jones, Moore, Muse, Shaw and Webb 5, Nays, Messrs. Barnett, Byrne, Colquhoun, Greer and Jack 5, the Chair decided in the affirmative, Mr. Owen was excused from voting. Mr. Jack moved the Senate go into secret session carried. Doors opened. A comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 August 1842

ryary-y wpy-iy -jfajinT- '"" S ss 'ggaP y j sword and the purse of the Nation in the same hands which confounds the distinctions required by tne Consti- tution, and aims at the union of both branches of the Gov- ernment, when the Constitution exacts that theyremain forever separate, distinct, and independent. "The departments of this Government shall remain for- ever separate and distinct," says the first page of the Con- stitution, which means that they shall exercise, different powers and perform different offices. Of what effect is this clause, if the power of Congress to raise a revenue for the support of a war is assigned to the President? How can they be separate when one is the agent of an- ither tiow can they remain distinct n doui enter uu he same duty ? One independent branch of the Govern- hent can no more be theaffent of another, with one form ing an union or casting off independence, than one inde yiendent nun or nation can be the agent of another inde- pendent man or n...

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

tj a ir"m tmmr- -& - .. i . T-irr'PTVC'n ho-lnfp arrrivar nfschonnei Col. Hanson, and JX Steam Packet "New York, the following well selected as.- f tl ; "f...1 TT..JMI.A 9... J?. sorimem Oi urroceries, ouuery, uaiuwaic, iu. ixu. 12 dozen kuives and forks. 20 lbs. cotton wrapping twine, C boxes soap, 3 " starch, 2 " imperial tea, 2 " Y. H.do, 9 kegsDuponts F P F G rifle powder, 1 barrel spts. turpentine, 10 coils manilla rope from 1 inch, Qhnrps bar lead. 100,000 cut tacks as'dsizes, 1 doz. long-handled shovels, 4 " brass wire seives, 12 " door and window bolts, 20 " hand-saw files, 10 " J cat and mill saw do, 10 " pitt saw do, 6 " pewter fassets, 40 kegs nails and spikes as'd. sizes, 2 doz. grubbing hoes, '2 " painted pails, 50 sacks salt, 10 ps.Kentucky Baggin g, 30 demijohns from 1 to 5 gallon, 4 barls molasses, new crop, 6 reams wrapping paper, 10,000 cigars, a superior quality i cons ivy. rope, 50 doz. cups and saucers, a rooo .'.a nnA mtpr -nrnnf 20 doz. ed?ed plates. boots...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 August 1842

HM r v -Sfe f 1KI419 Q&ETOl? v SS w T&&ti?ZS 5 in advance. BY CRUGER & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. TEKMS. Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - too 00 G 2(5 " - - - 3 00 3 . 13 " - - 2 00 " single paper, ----- id s-v ,rA7i ;tit:ii iio ilvpn fm subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, S 1 00 50 ' SJfl anu SUUaequem mcim-n, Political cards, each insertion, 4 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per anno"t, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriftVon all legal notic s. Person desirous ol advertising by the quaiter can do sn on the following terms: Per 4 square, with the privilege of chan'"in- -2- squ ires each week, per quarter, S40 ; 5 bquare-,, changing 3 each week, $50; Gsquarea, changing 4 each week, $60. , ., . ... ah nrtrorHments'sent without written instructions will tin- less soo ler forbid, be inserted &ix months., and charged accord inIy. .No personal advertisements will be inserted. No cre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 August 1842

'tt. 5- T?W boy. But never mini just now. You know in what soil he will be most likely to thrive. I shall call again to-morrow. By that time make your choice, and leave the rejajo me." The morrow came the choice was made T land Edmund was to study for the Church, at Oxford, (tbe great ambition of his youthful mind,) upon an ample " xiUoWcincc secured to him by Squire Jones, in .such a way asnothlugbut his own misconduct could foifeit. IPEdmund was the pride of his grandfather, he was no less the idol of his mother, who would sometimes think rthat Heaven had bestowed jsuch a treasure upon her, in compensation for whatit had taken away. Perhaps her love for Edmund wassomewhat heightened, by thecircum--staricethat she had lost her first child when it was only four years old, and he had become, therefore, her only one; hut, in truth, his own affectionate disposition, his ingenu- ousness of character, and his intellectual endowments, were, of themselves, sufficient passports to all the J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 August 1842

""' ?-"- ' "e,. .:- :- L nity, they will appreciate my views on the subject expres sed as aforesaid, and have the grievance redressed ; this done, then with rectifying other defects in our constitution, we jnayyet resusitate the vital spark of the liberties and rights of our common country, and each one safely repose in our delightful climate, under his own vine and fig- tree)' - - - :Jr Bro Tomato. The Editor of the Texian and Brazos Farmer, gives an account of a tomato stalk now growing in the garden of Mr. . Moss, near Washington, that meas- ftpures ILi feet across to the extremities of the branches and" 40 feet around them. It now contains several bushels or tomatoes, and a large number have been picked from it during the spring and summer. Col. Clements arrived in town last vrek from Li- mar, tie orings lime important intelligence vipi Hickey we are happy to state, 13 rapidly recovering. Col. Clements has'temlered his resignation to the Secre- tary of War. .-TJiis will be a sou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 August 1842

V JN " j-t? ss .-- -' ,' M. F K W apss ' THE LAWS OF THE session of Congress endingl&il, are nowoflered for .sale by the subscriber. Also for sale, all the Laws oi Texas previously passed andthe statutes of Cohuila and Tex- as,in Englik and Spanish. These can be furnished in bound volumes or in pamphlet form. Also a map and Description ot -Texas, Iry Francis Moore, Jr. r nov.24 wtf-312 GEORGE BALL, Galveston. GALVESTON AND HOUSTON PACKET. THE LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAMBOAT, EDWARD BURLESON, J. H. COX, MiSTEH, Ctf gSL"Q7ILL run as a regular packet be-rf, 7 i& W tweea the above ports, touching Vi' t at-all the intermediate landings. This boat is surpassed by nonem theRepublic in point of accommodations. Passengers may feel-perfectly secuie whileon board,-as every precaution will-be taken for their comfort and safety, and they can rely on punctuality and' despatch. For freight or passage, apply on board; ' . Houston. Feb. 15. 1842. feb 15 dtf-wtf 324 u!t-am-aui-h: rgHhrrfaMtPWHffl&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 August 1842

ycV. ? 3? & "" ; - i - - TPunsixhpfl WeeMu ov 7 at the end of the year. v SISc71" $5 in -advasBce. Mfuo&tsnea w ceMy. . , . - - BY GJRUGfER & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGEKh MUUJ.&. TEBfflS. ' r - 12 months or 32 numbers, -.. S5tG0' SuBS&RUn! Sdbs 26 i o 13 J single paper. ' fVNo credit wift'be given for subscriptions. ADyEaTisiNG, lstKlnsertion, - - per square, $10 rj01'' 2d rand subsequent insertion, " - - 51) " Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 "" Anrjonncementol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 1$ percent, on the above rates will be made to sheriffs, on all l&gal notice. Persons desfrous of advertising by the quaiter can do so on tie following fterms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of chanjrmg 2 sqjuares each week, per quarter.O ; 5 square-., changing fysihh. week, $50 ; Squares, changing 4 each week, Atl ataertisements sent without lorUlsn instructions J will un- less s'ooTer forbid, 6a inserted fix months, and charged accord f TNo perso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 August 1842

r r : pint of yeast, (or" good sweet emptings.) nd three quarts of water, of a moderate temperature, aud the whole being well mixed and kneaded, and set by in a proper tempera- ture, will rise in about an hour, or perhaps a little moie. It will rise better and more equally if the mass is covered. It must undergo a second kneading before it is formed in- to loaves for the oven. The more bie d is kneaded, the better it will be. Be careful not to allow your bread lo bacome. sour in rising. Milk is by somn used instead of water In mixing their bread. Milk will make white bread but it will not be us sweet, and diies quicker than bread made with water. If loaves are slightly gashed with alcnife round the edges, before they aie put in the oven, cracking will be avoided in baking. From an hour to an hour and a half is requred to bake bread fully. Cruel Stratagem. Did you ever hear of "old Smith' that used to live away down east, during the early settle- ment of the country now called Maine?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 August 1842

ria.sr"K?B& U& - v Jj. t a i ' " ficefand all&rairds, Vintil our arras and our pretensions shallfinally triumph." Tfa'ecoficluding paragraph is evidently intended like the old threats of Bustamenle, for Mexicans. Santa An- l r. ji J .I.-. rp nn hfi rfiUIll- na has. too oiten aeciarea, iuai icwa "- fted to lhe Mexican nation with advantage to me country, , for us to believe that he is sincere in his threats. Buste- mente often filled the ranks of hinny underthe pretence that he intended To iBade Texas, and it seems that Santa- Anna avails himself of the popular prejudices of his coun- trymen for the same purpose. If by this means he shall succeed in raisin&an army of mercenary soldiers capable of sustaining him on a throne: he may then throw off themaskund declare that-Texians arenas incapable of uniting under the same government with Mexicans, as - S.-L1. .r.!mr iii1i nmlar onrl rBfnmmpnn that r-Gll ISincapauic ui i"''g " "-, u.. .-ww the ffivoTteH'province be severe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 August 1842

OP .TjHE SKS&norjapngrpseningi4I. ?.re nowouered lor sa'.a by .the subscriber. .Also lor sale, all the Laws of Texas previbuflv passed andlhe statutes of Cohuila and Tex- as, in English and Spanish. These can be furnished in bound volumes or in pinipnlet form. Also a map and Description ol Texas, by Francis Moore, Jr. nov 24 wtf-31'2 GEORGE BALL, Galveston. GALVESTON AND HOUSTON PACKET. THE LIGHT DRAUGHT STEAMBOAT, EDWARD BURLESON, J, H. COX, jMaSTEH, -4jafgy3,T77"ILL run as a regular packet be-jt??fg3 w "& Vv tween the above ports, touching? .t. Us at all the intermediate landings. This boat is surpassed by Bone in the Republic in point ol accommoJations. Passengers may feel perfectly secuie while on board, as every precaution will be taken for their comfort and safety, and they can rely on punctuality and despatch. For lreight or passage, apply on board. Houston, Feb. 15, 1842. ebJ5 dtf-wtf 324 AN INDEX TO THE LAWS OF THE REPUB- LIC HAS BEEN COMPLETED, HICH is so accurate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 August 1842

-tW-S.gStPBr ---st- 1 -35 - - f. JJJvu " "-jr V Wx-. T "jpn QG&IKD & -KgS .- -$? '-'UiWBR- liiJJ f 5liir'a- K -- " r- y aaEBISS $5 oUE&dvaiifee. Published JWeekly. r $7"nt'tho ejiif of tke year. "f WF -f-JBiaXr -&vztj "'MM;- ' '3!y!If "rfP wiiffip mm vtrcAa BGERU&ER & MOQEE.' pirn &HED BY OBUGEE & MOORE. JIUMS; - Susscaiezufx. ner 12 months or-52 numbers, - feir uu AlsSh, 25 -,- 3 00 13. " " M-yM-S"' fgineletoaper, '-'V - "13 vvntrt5.; ferine riven forsubscrintionS-. lVERTiiNGrisr'ias&nian, - - persqusre j$-1 00 . " - r 2d and subseqnenl insertion, ,'S - 50 it - -Political ca.rds, -each insertrpn, - - ,4.,00 w -1 rAunonncenienrolCandidaies-prannD,t,i(rOO Adisconnt of 10 perienl, naohe above-rates will "be made to sheriff, oailljlegai notic-s.. ,,lJtd Pprsrtn5?esifSns oPadvertisinsrbv the aaarteT'canao so' on jS- the faUowios. term Per 4 squares, with theprivil?gff ofd S60. ., -v - n . -t-J .,, All dv-erfi5emenus sent witn out written inslruQtions-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 August 1842

divine-origin he had not exactlymade up his mjndsdme parts appeared strange and inconsistent to .his1 reason others were very revolting-Id Jhisjaste trae!he had nev- er studied itiery attentively, yet suchwas-his general im- pression about rt bujpn'the whole.he thought, it well enough to keep an elegant copy of iton hi&drawing-room -table - -. -- - ' - '- r -.Sojinucb. forone pictnre, now for another CpmewUh. usinto this little dart-alley, and up,a flight of ruinVuVstairsT, It is a bitter night and. the wind and snowghTdrive through the crevices of the poolroom, TveWit not'ihat careful hands have stopped them with paper or cloth. But for all this little carefulness, the loom is bitter cold cold even with these .few decaying brands on the hearth, which that sorfowut woman is try- ingMo Trindle with her breath. Do you see that pale little th'iri girl, with large bright eyes, who is crouching so near her mother hark 1 howshe coughs now listen "Mary, my dear child," says the mother,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 August 1842

"'j-mjffftftr "- -sr - -. - tionjpfifab bayou, ndrtheother steamboats can pass and Tepass withoukdiniculty. "We are pleased to learn 'that nchlame avhatever can be attached to CapL O'Brian, but,ioni;4&e'CoDlraryi.jnuckt:rdit Js idue him for his great exertions in-trying to stop the breach, and his courteous attention to. the ladies and'otber passengers. N-EW-Ste&mboat. Last week we visited the steam-- boat-opGaptrSterreit novlying at our landing, and were agreeably surprised to notice the excellent style in which thisivesseliasbeen fitted up. -A Ithongh not yet finished, it is"1 evTcferit from "the work already completed that she wilfbe one oif themosistaunch and commodious-'vessels in the country. 5We understand she will be Tn readiness to commence her regular trips to Galveston abouttheirriddle of next week: Much credit is due to this gentleman for the enterpxjingtahdy persevering-spirit he has manifested in fittirivdut this'vessel.-' wHe has long enjoyed, in a remark- abl...

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