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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 August 1842

--aHa5K , agHgBfeTgRKROTTQPa.T mHREEgprfng ihdj veielj3ffegrd:bkfarLsale, ibr X Cash or Cotu , Apply to - -April 30, 1842. . '" ' JSHACKELFOED"," Jr., ap 30 d&wtf-335 i ' - - Main Street. s . lEGROESi FOR SALE. . rpEREEf young; and very likely negro men. Apnly to T " ' J, SHACKELFORD, Jn, Jan: !3tB, 1842. jan33'dtf - - Mtn' Street. SiLKand Palm Leal Hats. 1 caie ol palm leal hau, assAd, 1 case,0f in eJaiest style of French silk .hats, just received andfepsale;by -imayl8 J. SHACKELFORD, Jr. TJflJJERALr abvances made on shipments of Cotton and Pro-' Aii' fiuce lo E. J, Hart, .New Orleans,, by. ap20dw ' , JOHN SHACKELFORD. Jb. AN, 1&DEX TO THE LAWS OF THE REPUB- X .4uTjn FT AS RF.F.N COMPLETED. f HICH is so accurate and full, that it ant. weis almost ev- VYe?y'pu.rpose of a digest. It willlse found exceedingly useful to Lawyers, Judges, and all who are required to reler frequently to thesetlaws. For sale for cash, by 4 fV,r , . CRUGER & MOORa, Jnly-2ird&wit - " Telegrap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 August 1842

51 - 11 ram-(m--iMlt-A WTTY -raiIIW-Y(! .TO Tl ("llLlfil 8ERJM.TO 'ygg Laala TtTT HM m 'ffiA, iwfl wwlfl wSfe 'SN1 W A lPEwa3 ffil w Wmfv .W -tM r-rfr -r, ..vrniftiV' a !S!fgfei--JSm advanceV ...o .n. B GHUQER & MOOKE: KL2P "-i ' H ii i! ic '- iii I ii ijmi, IiHi'ii wiitt Y CRTJGET3. & MOORE. "fc E R fflt . -SoBSCHtPTioKperfe moiiths or -52 numbers, .:".. 6 " 26 " - 3 00 2 00 13' &4i if,steofesp . 3 ?""" ' rMTtt"GJ single paper, - - - - t iveu lor sunscripiiuiia. nsertioff. - - rer square, S l 00 50 a-iimn"i i'5JdanaisuDsequcui luocntwu, . , J.. :n(.aHinn ti:.:.,i r.nr1a panh inssriicm. . - - 4 00 tfiw 3d . ' 'Announcement ol Caadidatesyer'annVt, 10 00 u A.-discoantof 10 per cent, orUhe above rates, jvillbe made to sheriff:-, on ajl legal notices. - ' -r, - oennd nfinWerrisinsrbv the auaiter can do so on the .fallowing -terms:. Per squares, with, the privilege of rhannn- 2 squares eacu weeK, per uuanei, o-",- hu'Vi ctfangirig 3 each weeK, Jjou ; o squares, cua5iu5- rau t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 August 1842

itSFjGPRfif- V" ".-- Kl. hut mo will find an excellentilocatioa&no,ereat'way I off, in this or that direction. And yet no one ever thinks? of recoTEingtblngs such as these among the triumphs of science; nor would a wise. man. rest the claims of science upon the consideration of the cultivators of one or the otherjut, upon its having made this or that discovery which specially, strikingly, nd directly benefitted them. The real triumph of science is, that you can perform no valuable process in any known art which a knowledge of scientific principles on the part of some one has not helped to bring into its present state of efficiency. The more generally scientific knowledge is spread, the wore nu- merous must its less striking, but, in the aggregate, most important applications become; and yet the more difficult also to detect and distinctly to specify. The ollowing extract from a letter written by Lord Littleton, nearly a century since, we recommend to the perusal of the younger c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 August 1842

"UPBflPTfft, V S-1 "P"''' KUBSRPS5 tEfc "" "TO'-. the Indian villages and destroying them, and driving .the Indian JijnUie3:lo a-distance, more would be effected to- wards affording protection to the frontier than by any other means. Since the Indian villages in the swamps of the Upper Trinity have been destroyed, the people on trie frontiers of Nacogdoches, Houston and the eastern part of Robertson -counties, have suffered little or no inconve- nience frorh hostile savages. I,the villages on the Bra- zos and Upper Golorado could bedestroyed in a similar manner, the frontier settlers, from the San Antonio to the Brazos, weald once more enjoy the benefits of security from savage incursions. We regret to learn that an opinion prevails on that frontier, that 600 or 700 men will be squired to dislodge these savages. A similar opinion prevailed years ago with regard, to the Indian villages on the Trinity. It was generally believed that there were from one to two thousand warriors in thos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 August 1842

f .- ' TvTJRft'R OTCR.'KrVR.,eLA !,!?. F J,1iREl-voung .aritrryery "J jkelyx'Negrp. boys 15? sale, "for X Cas&oVCortori. Atoply ttA - ' - "v' Aprill30?l8437 - JSHACKELFORD, Jh., ap 36 d&wtf-835 ' 'jxhiiSBK . '. .' Main Street. ' T-- JEGROES-TOR SALE." " TpHREE young and veryMikely negro'men. Apnly to . J - JrSHAOKELFORD, Jr, fap.33ih, lBi2ij.jant33atf rfj 1 i--- iain Street. ATTORNEYotAT LAW, A W3TNNS -will mfutur&aive his entire attention tonis -O-f ..professions He will be fJundat his office or at his-resi- 10 5 cts. 'jr.Xri.M1'-'- i - - 7h 1U ri.V.WU-ZS'!) UCUCCr - w - yfo. r , r TCuraflToi the KepufoJic ei Texas, X&sjftxediby the sixth Conguesj to duke effect from andiaftev the. 1st' day of February, 1842, payable tn Gold.Silveror Exchequer Bills. . . fch r . '-imS : i'er cent, aav Ale', and all other kinds of Malt Liquor, v , Allspice, per lb. -". ., - cotton, ' - . .- - -33 lOjer cent adv. Books and Stationary.. I ( - ,1-s.V1 Bonnets, Ladies, - - - cl I Butter,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 September 1842

r hm! EKSttpm jfc tUHWio wra?r Jfci-f JiM HOKS.MV! & t m it -ttt iit' ,?, 9L ,s. t-.M i.-.rj";r,! ;3ESl"&&5 M3iiinMnMiiMiiNittiillr&,Bn AwVKfttiyb nKfe mm jm mfyfr i raerj Jw Wj3-fiyft Vl&JN TMWLtijiS $5 in advance. iiv 3Y -GRPGER & MOOHE. ? PBiLSHED BY CRUGEE & MOORE. TEKiSlS. pec 12 months or 52 numbers, 6 " 26 " - k 3 u j3 " Subscru'tiov, it $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 ..single paper. r-No "credit -will be aiven for subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, " 23 and subsequent insertion, Att - . DaKi.'mI nrrla paeh insertion. Si 00 50 4 00 " Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 1 0 00 'discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff, on all legal uotics. - o '. ac;mne nf ndvfirtisinsrbv the quarter can do so on the foliowine terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, S40; o squares, changing 3 each week, 50 ; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, S60. ' . . . mi AlUdvertisements sent ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 September 1842

"'-"'& " XiT- -au iiti pany me, without the necessity that any'written negotia- tion or capitulation should p'receede'the act, fqnnydesires are no other than those ot seebgwith the least delay these braveTorien united with the army, to avenge the outrages done'to the. Mexican flag" under which i have had the pleasure of subjecting the foreigners, notwithstanding their lesistence, and .the new flagj with which they hailed me, and. which I have permitted once to be hoisted in the desert, thus to secure tnem more effectually under the na- tional flag. Tinder which they are to render their services. The accompanying letter for General Arista goes open, thatjrou may inform yourself of the contents of the origi; nal documents therein, which are nearly destroyed, be- cause I wore them in ray pockets, with the view that if I had died," a testimony should be found on my body, that the greatest misery itself is not capable to cause me to commit a vile act- Since the date of that letter ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 September 1842

c Virtt wCWK S checSon each-other and require exactlK?. saiqj sie ojrhe sensof the assembly." -The following pream ber of clerks. It 'seems .therefore difficult lo account tor this change "qpon the:gronnH lhatltis riaWynntended Co cartafl-lhe government expenses. Wethink if the Presi- dent vill. proceed still'Turthelr-and in imitation of Great Britain, send consulsabroad instead of ministers plenipo- tenUafy"6rX3halfedes 'Affaires, he may curtail the gov- erronienf expeTtdituresvithin limits belter adapted to the true condition of this Jitile Republic. We have long been bfthe;op.inionl,tb.at pnetalentedindustnous president withHwelve" clerks, as well qualified as those now or who - wereecently in office) could conduct the whole affairs of this "government, as ably and as well asrthey are now, and wemighl possibly ay ever have been conducted; with th'e exception of theGeneral Land Office. The bar-keep-ers of 'Houston. It may Jbe a mat- ter of jsurpnse to some of our readers, that we,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 September 1842

ATTORNEY ATLAVr A' TwNjNS willin-fiiSTreglverBis entire attention tcflus .J pfoTes?ion. He will'be fbund'at his tinicebrat his resi-- bh dence. c-' 5 ,xZ febitJc&wti-ittJo 4 KUHN &- co.;, - iijkJLAt Kesltr's.old stand corner Main street. "TTUST RECEIVED per late arrrva's, Sugar, Coffee, Bacon, Flour r"Nalerc1, Candles, Soap, Baggiug, Rope, 'Domestics, Shoes, lion ficJiwhSeh. wetifieriow for cash, cotton, bides; &c. nov,13d&wtf ,rpENNSSEK ANDUWEDES JRON 6 tons oftheabove - JLjarticles Teceived by the last packet TTeptune, consisting' algoMlissortment, selected for manufacturing into all desenp- tf ibniotfplonghs, "horseshoe, axe, bar, tire, and hoop iron s rouiiv. and rod iron, from 3-4 to 3 1-2 inch square bar, from 1-2 to 2 l2inches; &c. &c. Mechanic's, planters, and merchants, are sqlrcited to call and examine the assortment. The subscriber Kavingrnaae such arrangements" for constant supplies of the above articles, (especially the Tennessee iron,) as will s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 September 1842

C va TS-T' ifQ "" HW' Til! -ah 4ar &JiL " -.ii.. ,, I,, inMmi i in i.i nun iimi ini.i iili.iiiw u' .-. . .. ,- ,.,.. -mini mi miri inn L .nn'i , itiiii n ruin tun nrnnnjii"Ti,i na iiiiiiibii .hi.-.. mi NimiiniiaaBEBgaBm WI'.'IJI ui im.i I itwini n in , ,n mn, mti i ivnr.iu. jiiiwiaxifSnvyitiWB3awiMiijM i.i i i) SlSJUOSSSllpetmSBSBSB ''!) ' J" ''Tftftg '-TJBIiJFISS in advance. BT CEUGER & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. TE RMS. Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbers, ",V , 6 " 26 " - - $5 00 . - 3 00 - 2 00 13 1: 'I ! ' " . single paper, - - - - - 3No.credit will-be-giveu lor subscriptions. rivEaTisiNa, 1st Insertion, - - per square, $ I 00 50 - " j. JJi and subsequent insertion, " Political cards, each insertion, 4 00 " Annoanceraeniof Candidates per anno't, 10 00 JLdiscount oflO per eent,'on the above rates will be made to sheriff on alilegal notic-s. "Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the folQ.rjng terms: Per 4 squares, with the privile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 September 1842

"mm-Htf stead of complying with their request by leading them forward. r The officers and men under Toledo refused to obey Ills orders and he was openly nnd violently charged by the Patriots with being a traitor, to the cause of liberty. After the patriots had displaced Toledo from the com- - niand; iheychose Cok TYlaaohaca, a native citizen of San Antonior their leader and urged him to lead them to the attack of the Royalists under Arredondo. Mancbaca complied with their request, and the Patriots made nn im- petuous charge on the position of the Royalists Assoon as the revolutionists had placed "themselves within range of the Artillery, Arredondo opened upon them a destructive fire. From their exposed situation, and the .short. distance from the Artillery, the patriots were swept off by hundreds and before the light troops of the Royal army could be brought into action, the patriot army had retreated in confusion. As soon as the retreat commenced, the light troops and cavalry of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 September 1842

Washington Irving. It is stated that Irving, dur ing.hisjresidenceui ain.AvUljayjiiL.hlmse.lfoLLhe.fecili lies auoraeo. oy nraposiuoa, iu jieyaio luuguiuviu plated history of Mexico -Sn ' " , -' . Will of Washington. Washington in his his last will. and testament, inserted the following clause wJiich furnisKes a'noble evidence of the truly christian charac- ter of thi3 great and -good man. ,It Js a severe commen- tary upon the conduct of those gentlemen who with pis- tol orWvie-knife, are so hasty o shed blood: "To" each of my four nephews I bequeath one of the swords of which I may die possessed. These sword are accompanied with the injunction not to unsheath them for the purpose of shedding blood, except it be for-self-defence, or in defence -of their country and its rights, and in the latter qase to keep them unsheathed, and. prefer falling withlhem in their hands to the relinquishment thereof." Speck of War. The Governor of Missouri lately made a requisition on Gov. Carlin of Il...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 September 1842

Sit-a- '- ,,7C73Ji ' tf"tjJ' PANS. 6 dozen long and short handle fryiB strec6ivedafi(lfor.saleby -. '- -iaay.i& , - - I- -J. -SHACKELFORD, Jr. utrnTlPtf- rrjirmo Ml Ttaorlwf of hk I in isTnV lesallt J. Taqihorisedagen and attorney,-to'transact any "and all ol my business, anrmg my aDsence jrom me repuDiic., sept2255?Mvrt , ; , ' i JAMES'S. HOXMAiy .-"LATE BRENCja FASHIONS. E" A'DIE'S bonnet? ajid caps, ricfily trimmed, silk gloves and mitts, calicoes, &c. ' . i4ngl8 dfcwtf-851. j 7 SAMUEL MAAS. lq ;. n , ATTORNEYAT LAW.- AWYNNS-will in future give his entire attention to hi professions .jHe'willbe foocdt his office or at lnresi- dence. T,,7 . , ; - ' jeb 10 d&wtf-325 .tprisftraic: itself- JLgain I THE'subscritjer having purchased at "Sheriff's sale the four leagues ofLandlrnown as" General Chambers' tract, em- bracing all the land from Turtle -Bayou to Double Bayou, in- cluding ihe-entire citytof .Cbambersia, (now ANAHUAC from tb&tlkt&) together with the residenc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 September 1842

- - "Sfc-- r"- - &s . , - ft. 'U,. -- '&& "ao WLmm -5 --$5 in advance. Published Weekly, op $7 at the end ofte $ejuv-" - tu05 C BY CRtJGEIt & MOORE. HOUST ON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1842. VOL. VILM). 40-WHOLE NO. 35 J y "" " '." 2 i'- jj'"iMi J ittiiiNttUMiiiui .4 mm S3; wimr aaBBBSBgiinn mii,u3aa:: bii.ui .mini1 "ii i ' nrnim PUBLISHED BY ORUGER & MOORE. c HERMS. - -SoBsfcaiFTiOK, per" l2f3aonths?or 52 numbers, 4C " 6 " 26 " - .' ?c "c - lK - .tsingle pjper, - . -, - -S&Nojredit will be given for subscriptions.. 'Advebtising, 1st' insertion, - - rers1uare -" &- aBQ" subsequent insertion, " - - $500 . - 3 00 - 2 00 13 SI 00 50 4 00 . "co. t - Annonnceraentol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 jA'discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sHerifiV, on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per, 4 squares, with the privilege of chatfging 2 squares each week, per quarter, $40 ; 5 squar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 September 1842

r inn"1 -' 'Mediterranean or Poinchartrain of 300 tons, armed with three triors of large caliber, which is already paid for, and-Tequires only 1,500 dollarsyls repairs and the de- ,- iKo Tjir nf 1 Onnris?forwhich a naifis.rjaid: and two schooners, the Cornelia and the Abispa, the first mmedwilhnhre-guns,,and the last with two, for which also a-pait is already paid. v Art. 9lh, This convention, so soon as it shall have "been signed by the commissioners of both parties, ratified by the commanders of the contracting forces, and approv- ed y the-Commander in "Chief of the army of the North, Gen. Mariano Arista, shall have its rocst punctual fullfil- ment, proceedingience immediately to the adjustment of the accounts of indemnities "according to stipulations, which shall be agreed upon in a sepal te convention. oDone on the Tight bank of the Bio Bravo, et 2 o clock, A,M.,n the morning, oaraargo, um iiwcmuu, iw-. -Signed.) CAYETAiNU wuiMX.ftc, J. MARIA CARRASCO, FRANCISCO SCHIAFINO, JUAN ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 September 1842

g . - Major Da Morse was for some lime Stock Commissioner, aafSca rchica.wefbelievehe discharged vvifrrmuch credit lo MmselE and in the tdischarge. of- his pSckL duties be- nmo farnrahlv known to a-larere number of our citizens. - ,.,,..,. .Sr&Ml .71 .KW We coraialiy wisn mra sucqess. ' District Court. The sessjotrof the District Court was commenced at Galveston on Monday the12thjnstv and the Grand Jury, on Tuesday, bad-found Vills of in- dictment against upwards of ooe'hundred of the merchants of that" city, who 'refused Ip pay the license tar in any! ington and Bastrop The Enemy .Again! On the 11th instant' the enemy's force 1300 strong", un- deFGeaeral Wbll took possession of Bexar without ne- sistance. They have captured fifty-three of our most re spectable citizens. The District Court was in session, ana me surprise oi me piace was curapieie. n is noi pos- sible to divine theobject of the inroad. The enemy must be driven from the country, and out unfortunate fellow-citizens...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 September 1842

...A. jW3safcC;SS68. .5lJ- I 3t-I3&!sU 1T5B B fgg Mm&a fc --jbaws ol ihe aixtli congress, pUST- RECEIVED ANI, FOR 5ALE- at the Telegraph j, Office, Also, the Lawo the extra", session Just published and locale as above. '. Houston June 1st. 1842. QtJUEb. 6 cases ol ladle's ,and gentlemen s shoes, boots 3 &c., "consisting of ladiesprnnelle boots, seal lace shoes, fdnella1 'foxed boots, strap shoes .morocco -boots, prunel- YiJaandLkid. slippers, ties and straps; gentlemen's lasting and lined brogues, jkip and calfskin shoes, brogans and pumps, and a good assortment of boy's shoes, just received and for sale by H tmari8 : J. SHACKELFORD, Jr. 'r - r notice. "" . nhHE undexsigned'have thisday dissolved by mutual consent oQliR Moore-is to settle the affairs of Moore & Co., Houston, and EjLrBarnaTd is to-settle the affairs of Barnard & Co., Gal--Teston.- " , E. L. BARNARD, n-. t , . FRANCIS MOORE. Jniy-12, 1842. . " ' july 13 d&wtf-345 '" NT. B. I shall-eontlnue busi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 September 1842

: tfjMpjgiyiccy igaytrifc. a'LkSUi ! $ ' !'" . j&p - ia.arl gS - l'3f" " TTijjav;. ' !.. '.i - vmmuew.nt: -mi il i-i it u nun. himi i;i iiiiimmii1 niu.ia wiui nun i irm i i win irwaMh umniim innm n .u ' ,u nnTtnivn. innrmin ir-rjg u. , IMII . . ... , n r gBja i m i l i , ,i .. . n , . rMQiia ua-' ' iim.ii u.ii twi'a 3BE85e7gr.,$3 in adTasace BY CEUGEB, & MOOKE. -BuJBLtLS HxE'Df R Y CR'U GE R-& -MOOUE. i? ncs T-B'R-Hl'S . Scbschiptio.", per, J2 months,,or 52 numbers, : .a tgp. '.?-- 6 " 26 " - .-!-, i5 - " 3 " -13 " V " single p.ap.er, - - - - fJVo credit -will bs given toi subscriptions. ..arEETlsiNa, 1st' insertion - - per square, "r. ' ,21 andsubsequent insertion, " - ?l ' "Dni;t;.il Mr?., pnrh insertion. - . S5 00 - 3 oo - 2 00 13 S 1 00 50 4 00 -,. Ar,T.r,nnPPmpntnl fiandidatesner anno't.OO 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates wjll be made to shenfi, on all legal notices. Porcnnc riocimiK nf nd vei-lisine1 bv the onarter can do so on the "following terms:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 September 1842

Mi The old man-ezcbatiered a glance of meaning with the -young one, of at least asfar as the tatter's vacant face cou'd. express meaning, men rorningjo metranger, saiu, v t .--come, holy palmer ;" in so lively alone, that the tun jl Pryscillerhavin'expected the usual '-Too many of th.jf sort,"an a surlyktone, raisedier,iark eyes, with. a than'j- ful loolr, towards her father "Well, holy palmer', continued the latter, as he seatijl him near tbblaziog Jjearth fireVSvhile Hubert le"3 Pnfi- cille to a partfofjhe house which the,flidteririg;flame ra e- ly reached' 4&said by same that the hardy Richajd perished in a shipwreck, by others, thathe escaped, ana, is making his way to England la disguise ; Tvhat say'st tb I u, i.tbert" ''Son' said the pjjrim, crossing himself, "that is. a questiop X haveaot ranch troubled myself with, but I halve heaTd that he&ertainiy perished." "Ay, indeedFelix, handthe pilgrim tby fresh filled horn;" and she Tacant stare was repented as the tol g man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 September 1842

I- n. Mfc' tint at this lime that the public should be furnished with accurate intelligence. This rumor has originated wholly from the following" extract of a letter, written from Tarn- pico, and dated 16th of August, to a commercial house in New Orleans: "A forced loan has been imposed upon every commer- cialhouse-of this city, of from two to five thousand dol- lars j-our-lotjhas been of two thousand dollars. Two thousand and five hundred men are just starting for Mata- moros. One hundred sailors, composed of every nation, have been pressed to go to Tera Cruz, to man the war steamers as .they arrive from England. They are to bo loaded with troops to be sent to Galveston. Later news than the above has been received from Matamoras by the schooner William Penn, which sailed from that port on the 21st August Only BOO troops marched from Tampico instead of 2,500. They started for Matamoras on the 20th August & Big-foot billed. y7e are indebted to a gentleman of Nashville for the fol...

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