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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 September 1842

EHdiQg iSJTpareTnow pub- X1.1SU iui caitj Misbedand!ior salethe subscriber, the Lawsiofyr.exas5ice.vionsly oassedrand lhe Statutes of Co ahuila andeximJEsgJihj,ailSpanisb, These can be jBirnlshediaSpaJroTames orjnjamphlet form. - - J. WCitUUiiiVxeegrapriJince, - " " Houston 'apStifc-vafSsa TST, andior &gw& idrvJiei'Sixffi,QiR.esg, "EJSANDY2 tSarrdls Amencan brandv,'.j&sl.received and for iPgsaleAy "may 4, ' JqSgACKELFORD Jr CHOlCE'wines, cordials, cognac brandy, Holland gin, &c- laie;received, and for sale by, ." " .'" "itJ, .' " SAMUEL MAAS., opposite Long Row, Main Street Ang.l7th, 1843. aug. 18 d&wtf-351, t , . GSLYESTON UNlV-ERSrY. . . THE-Pall Term o'f tlus Institution will commence on Mon- day, l6thlnst. - .- --, jPnpi.sFrbmradistancs.can be accommodatetl.ia the building occupiedjjy the President of the Institution, -who in conjunc- tion with the either Teachers, will at all times; exercise a pa-( rental guardianship dveirthbse entrusted to th'eir care" In ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 October 1842

A r- y .s4xzaa(Smgai &i aip jsi& tfcaifiia Qa$:S:s: K 3f,JSKar---e,5 in advance BY CRUGER& MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. -" - T-JB 11 ffi S . StfBscBiPTiox, per 12 months or 52 numbers, u 6 " 20 " - a " " 3 " 13 " v, ," " single paper, - - - - lTiVo credit will "be given for subscriptions. . w .Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, " 21 and subsequent insertion, " - " Political cards, each insertion, - 5 00 3 00 2 00 13 $1 00 50 4 00 " .. Announcemen. of Canmdaies per anno1!, 10 00 Adiscount of 10 per cent, on the above 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 squdres, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, j)er quarter, '40; 5 squares, changins 3 each -week, $50; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, $60. All advertisements sent without written instructions will un- less soo ler forbid, bs inserted six months, and charged accord ingly- No personal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 October 1842

'Come' fiominuedthe other, 'enough of this--marker place the balls.' Saying which, with a most impudent air,-he seized one of the balls which Capt LovelVs ppponent -bad just driv- en into the pocket, and caaght up another one w hich was nfirfaiml " " The laajter was growing serious. Capt Lo vett's eyes flashed JreJbr- although -he had mingled a good- deal, among Quakers, and. respected that moral seer for their morality; and quietdemeanor, he was no non-resistant man 2umseTfr"rHe dropped his cue," and doubled up a fist of Droienibus size.- 'Put those tails upon ihe table, you scoundrel exciaimed he, imperatively, and leave the rooml' 'Whodoyou call a scoundrel; yon Tankee blackgurad I Do you lenow yotf are talking to one of his majesty's offi- cers? Take ihat for your impeitinance,' at the same timer suiting the action to the word, and giving Capt Lov- ett a smart rap' across bis shoulders with his cue; But m an instant he Teceived a blow on his forehead, exactly -where phrenologist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 October 1842

-s I- to come; they .have two hundred yoke of oxen, and about two thousand horses mostly very trifling ones. John W. Smith further states that a great jaany of the families onthoSan Antonio river are going off with them. 1 have sent out Col. Hays this morning to bring on the attack, an J I am here in readiness to reinforce him. Let every man on ills way come ahead as fast as possible loose no time day nor night, or nowjs the time to do something, if they were hero, I am now 225 men strong, all in fine spirits and united, anxious to fight. The ex press leaves at 10 o'clock, in full speed. I have plenty of beef in camp. . MATHEW CALDWELL. NEW ORLEANS RATES OF MONEY. Corrected from the Bulletin of September 14. Dollars and half dollars Dimes and half dimes American gold -Sovereigns Twenty franc pieces -Doubloons, Spanish Do Patriots - - Sunday, 9 o'clock at night, 18A Sept., 1842. We arrived this" evening at 5 p'cloclf, with about 70 men, on the high ground that over looks the valley o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 October 1842

BrSWINEY rSpectfalyigrvc3n6tice that Tie-lias conudenc?ddi'VEhteLriShtbti;iaesj"at.his.shop on tbe cast side ol CojjrtHoriswJaaEej grid UTjprepared lo niake or repair-carriages, Tvagonsr woeei-jjarrowiJicc , who- aispatcn. Jtie nas also, connected witnjus, establishment, a .Blacksmith's shop, where allkindsof blacksmith basinesfcan be dbne'at short notice; 2LUS. EW1NEY. bW3gfeat' PC foV-S&c&w&n&S - - saw " NOTICED - -- THE nntarsigriedhaVelhisday dissolved Jy mutual consent- 's .Mqoje is'tolsettle'the affairs ofjMoore4&. Go."JHoustonK and jE.HBaraardis to Settle thcafiairs of BarnarxU- 0., Gal- veston' ' C ;rt " E. : "BARNARD, T ? - FRANCIS-MOORE ' Tbfyl2,18l2. ' - frjuly iS-d&wtf-Sta- rt.B.-T-Iishall, continue business at the old stand of Moore &X&? ' f , F. MOORE. KXJHN & CO., Ai Kesfer's oldystand corner -Mains street. T UST "RECEIVED per late arriva's, Sugar, jCogee, Bacon, Flour "Makerel, Candle9, Soap, Bagging, Rope, Domesucs, Shoe3, Iron, &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 October 1842

&mm. iii TEv:fI'5 In a'ccvance. JPiiblished Weekly. or $ .at the end of the yeaj . - . . " -w t a!. ""iW JJOXAgg -111 J KvJaiJ-&3 yw wir-f- ' . i!?3 , i BY CKUGER & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. T & 5i ;H . -Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - S5 00 - 6 " 26 " - - - 3 00 - '- 3 u 13 " - - 2 00 t " ., " single paper, ."."""" jjj-iVo cretftl will be given fo. subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, $ 1 00 " 2d and subsequent insertion, "c''- - 50 M ' Political cards, each ms nion, - 4 00 " Aunouncemfii. ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the abave rates will be made to sheriff, on all legal none -s. Persjns desirous ol advertising by thfc quarter can do so on the following t terms:- Per "4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, $40; 5 squares, changius 3 each week, $50 j 6 squares, changing 4 each week, $60. All advertisements sent without written, instructions will un- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 October 1842

i it I tin .m"l-Jmul JJli!i-.-t"JfrWt Jl 1,11 reckons a liule late as TegarHoronLitcannotbe doubted that planters wilPleavejfthelr antumrTjabors at .-great cost. & -& &k It has been reported that Yucjrtan.sharnjd ofjtfae. pu- 51180101117 'lately shown, is anxionsjojenew -the -league as,resperfs ibeTexiari NaVyanS that communications to that effect vvereieceived by Com, Moore," hy the Ann Maria from Sisal; but even Ifhis be true, wef apprehend a descent along the coast, and an incursion by greater numbers on land, before the repubhc-c:n .gather and con- centrate her resources. We will allude to President Houston's veto of the Army Bill, only so far, as to say that we think it a most unfortunate matter. Ii crushed 'the enterprise and deadened the sympathy of volunteers, and many months will elapse, ere the same enthusiasm be shown on the part of strangers wishing to emigrate. There is one thing however; which we roust look upon .as tending towards the advantage of the repu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 October 1842

TW? S v "5 is. 7- ous etibrls lo delmd the counli y fiom the expected invad- ing army of Sauta Anna, and had rafstd 'about'7,000 troops: -They had also sent lo Com. Moore and offered lo renew the contract made by Peraza. The amount of money necessary to defray the expenses of the navy had been appropriated and was ready to be paid over to Gom Moore. A messenger had also been sent to him to ap- prise him of the arrangements made by the government of Yucatan. The people of the interior of the province were -full of enthusiasm, and determined to resist lo the last extremity. - But so many intances of treachery have ' already been exhibited at Campeachy and Laguna, that Jittle;reliance can be placed upon these professions, and the nex: arrival from that province may bring the morti- fying intelligence, that she has submitfed lo the demands of the Mexican Dictator. pimMuw. auM.yuHKg Mr. A. C. Allen who arrived on Friday evening from Bexar has informed us that the brother of Gin. Vasrpcs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 October 1842

FenrtsgTPSKJQlIrn3Karcl!il ; HSjDjRkEJDSOJEiSTOLEft . TJtOM Unstable ol tbe subscriber, a line, J, jargt'darFbay horse, -with black mane at d talland bdtb hind feet -white. This horse trots bard, but caaeasily.be made to rack or 'gallop. He disappeared on cie allernoon 01 -lhe-26th-3nntrary. Thisf horsewastfoaierly wned by Col. -Porer; late xeprentative. of, Bowie, County on Red River. "He may have gone, towards Nacogdoches! Any person who wilf return' him to subscriber, wilt be paid the above reward. Feb;;lrl842. JAMES P. CRUGER, -t:;-:: ' ' Telegraph Office; Housion. WTJnflR lhe convenience of ihe fanlders'ofjbe Checks of E. O X John n)the La wrenceburg Branch ofthe State Bank of Jnttianai the undersigned will exchange lor mem pxi iuous, -(will? the merchant,) 21 his office, TfoT -69, Poydras street, New J-Orleans! March 13. H842. march 26-dtf JNO GOODLN. - -h - x - Theitmderignedwill receive the Checks of E. D. John on theXawrenceburg Branch of the Slate Bank of Indiana, at 'paTi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 October 1842

e& '."HpPSKjip?- mmm miiU'jg yg " 29BJ2tK$ $& in advance Published Weekly, or $7 at the end of the yflil '-"aj-y'''woj3Jjinjy-'-lPs-"S ri I JI&Tk ymi' "1 "sai ww .i"- ' v ' . .i .. " - " - ' ' v - .jW- " A' discount of 10 per cent, on the above, rates will be made to f sherifioH'an'lesaf notices, Persons desirons-o advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing3? 'squares eacSf'weeli?, "per quarte, 40; 5 squares, changing, 3 each week, 50; -SAqnares, changing- eacn wees, $60. AIL advertisements sent without nrillsn instructions will un- 1 less sooaer -forbid, be inserted six months, and charged accord ingly. - - - r . Nopersonal advertisements will be inserted upon anyjerms. Ne credit will be given to any transieut aaverlisei, limlerjjny circumstances. 5fc? The above terms are rated in specie or its equivalent, in Tex- I as or fetates'paper. Agents for the Telegraph. Harrison O.wens, Franklin, Robertson, Co. CAP...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 October 1842

h method they can make the WEareTvoidrunae7n the face of the patient, he is immeorau4yjximslated intxhhe third heaven. They scoffat thejsuperstition of the Tar- tarian princes, who thimclhat Their btatrfication is secure, provided'they can eat of he holy-excrements ofthe lama ; and the Tartars in their turn, ridicule the Brahmins, who, for the belter purification of thfir country, require them to eat vcoVung for th space of 'six months"; While these would, one and all, if they we're told of the cuckoo method of salvation, as heartily despise and laugh at it. I have citect'ihese ridiculous extravagances'to show, that there are ,lwo things in which all sects agree ; the hatred with which they pursue the errors of others, and the love with which they cjing to their own Lacon. For the Telegraph Mr. Editor The result of the battle of San Jacinto gaWlife to aTtepufflic that is destined to extend the do- minion of a race of beings, who by their force of charac- ter, and indomitable energy,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 October 1842

y rqr -a- . . - v " 3i54Iml;& "IIHd"HttkflfekMA'fi-"fibtt""''dHJttKMBfiflStHfito'3 BShfeSdOBSaBI&HpHHHBP4tf --w.jiRwt 4Qqt rMBBBCQ'- fl "SaBM'BMBBIMraBIHBg" y3PiHf"'BMMrv-" 'jL .' rrL""5?y Georgia Wh at. TJtepranrersrnuny sections of Georgia' Have relinquished the cuitute of cotton nd cora- , , r I. . mi " t t. - 1 .me i culture 01 wneau ' j,qpy aave oeen so sue- j menc ceasfoIatTnany nenrflouringmfl!s' areinow going up, and'iUs'iiiougrht jtbaMhis. State,- which has hitherto been dSpendentiapon its ststerStates for a largeiportion of the bread of ils-cltizens, will ere longfarnish wheat for expor- tation. ' Vine potatoe or Yam 'Massicot. The planters inKthte vicinity. ofreNew Orleans, 'have recently com- Tneneedthe qlture of aispecies t)f potatoe that grows aboveground. This plant, styled tha Yam Massicot, has beenltlvatelTor several years in the-vicinity of Churles- 6ton, SoutiMSaroIinaf with" great success. The plant growsJikea common gourd, and can be trailed along a fenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 October 1842

j! s 5B iriv'rilti P-EitcM ArfD CO'XgTABLES. T)LANE4Anidavits to 'obtain Attachments? JLi " Bjondsin Attachments, . .,. y; ." Writs of Attachments,. j ,." j ,Summons fbf Oamasliee, m -.', , ""; "FjfFK against plantiff F. P. for co&t, - ' ft" States' Warrants, v iWiy- SfapliQas for witness, " liiiK Mhimus for want of Bail, fjHy"y"j, u j appear and testily, - An An to Prosecute. - , . do do to appear and answer, 'TSTarrnntc m fir-ins helore the Court. "" V-5 " L&ttersof citizenship, " summons lor isisinci ouuu, " . ' Ah County Court,. " ' Sheriff's executions for Stale .taxes, Flaxes --.at v , - Wd i- j -. no uu iui vjutiui VV " ''Justices Supcerias, . iCEsray Bonds, . " Attachments, - t " District Court execution. " Powers of Attorney, , s , s (' TVarrante(Deeds. A'"' ' J" . These forms have been drawn up by one of the best andimost correct -Attorneys n tb, e Republic, For. sale atthe T elegraph Officer .. . i " .-! LACK-SMITH TOOLS. One bet Black-smith tools complete, and to...

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

"Hfc-sss ' s-HKafwew A jSmrtoi . "'- !di.n HUBiSvKCS $5 in advance. JPkiblished Weekly. or $7 at the end of the year. . - .. - v r . "" ! "" ' " WHMM.iiagagiiaggS r-riF&r:T-3Ersr " r rsaLTS -nrEVf -Hfcwk "CIS i -JT Sfc'V T"!"" S'-iE.HKfcTTl! fifc .nriTLirK . , - - " V - . . i - - L v Sk 'ir Y CRU.OER.& MOORE,,. PKJBLLSJED, BY CRUG-ER & MOORE. T IE 8 OT. S . SosscaiPTiox, "per 12 months or 52 numbers, $5 00 3 00 2 00 - 13 6 . " 26 " 3 " 13 " HS u o i single paper, ' - - - - i'SSrtfo credit will be given for subscriptions. Advertising, 1m. insertion, - - per square, - 'f?' '2d and subsequent insertion, " - r3Ff "Political ftarriV each insertion.- Si oo 50 4 00 -V ., a. v...v . v . , 5 7 discount of 19 percent, on the: above rates wi:l be made to sberifti on a11 S1 notic-s. PenJjos desirous of advertising by the quaiter can do so on the foil0 wing -terras: Per 4 squares, wuh the privilege of ehan-io5 2 sqpares each week, per quarter, $40; 5 squares, chaiia4 Seach -week, $50...

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

R and made from it ainEWtuesolHheJsame sub- far suDerior to theinrsBin4iKjatitv. i Envv saw it. lashed her ieetbuSLsQonfouudjsonfe consolation. fLe fellow cg eld never have done any thing half so good, if hf&'had noVhad ihe-old materials'W'iYork upon." , TERRIBLE ACHIEVEMENT. The church of St. Petp.r and St. Paul is remarkable forJits spire, the loftiest of St Petersburgb. An anecdote connected vyitb this church, and not known, I believet ont of Russia, is loo remarkable to be omitted. The spire which rises- ; "loltyj aad.lfght.-and small,"" and is probably represented in the engraving as fading away almost into a point in the sky, is, in reality, termi- nated by a globe of considerable dimensions", -on which an angel stands, supporting a large cross. This angel, less -respected by the weather than perhaps his holy character deserved.fell into despair and some suspicions were en- tertained that -he designed revisiting, uninvoked, the sur- face of the earth. The affair cauoed som...

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

,..s y been'iuimersed a short time, were pofsoned as effectually as'if lrieyJhad been immersed in a sblution of corrosive sublimate,. We would therefore suggest, that our plan- ters should -sprinkle the plants exposed to the -ravages of this caterpillar, with water thus tainted with putrid meat. This can easilv he done with a-waterine Dot. Should this experiment succeed it will be easy hereafter to pro- tect the plants from their ravages. Flour is selling at New Orleans at from S3 to 3 37 ; iard 6 a 7j bacon, shoulders 4 a 4, sides 4$ a 5, hams 7 a 10. Mexican peons Perhaps few of our readers are aware that in the eastern provinces of Mexico, which our army is about to invade, many of the largest and best ha ciendas or farms, are owned by wealthy Mexicans who reside in Mexico, and the farms are conducted by peons, who are held in bondage and controlled by overseers. We have been informed that on one of these haciendas, near Monterrey, there are no less than five thousand peons. who ...

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

wtsjcwvu VS ?y-'5 r"v V wr' , BYiJQHTSHAC.KELFftlLDiiiH-. A'RT.iCLES. JVom -I jP? -Remarks. JLIiPpRTERjpr. bbLmilfo .. -v 00 00 " 24 12i 25 v28 8 in-demand none ,B'ASGiNG;Dundea, p; yd ' 18- 10 dull ftir supply. -J good supply i Kentucky Bagging, Manilla, " - - - -BREAD, pernib. Pilot, v Wavy,1 i - - -- BUTrTERrperlb. J 25 .. 25 7 6 1 15 50 7 . ,14 '" '10 fair supply fairsupply 75 18 -56 CANDLES, per lb. Sperm, in demand CHEESE, -per ib. - --COFFEE, perJb. -CIDER? iter' bbl. - -CORN, per'biishel, -COTTON, per lb: - -FLOURt,nuwJ -per bbl PISH, P obi. -Mackerel, No. 1,-- . "'Heransf, per Ijox, - ,CocL, per box, '- - '- & ra 15 ' 'l2 "75 ' "7 io oo 18'00 r"50 2 00 fait scarce. - " '6U ' '6 9 DO fair 16 00- scarce. 1 25 1-50 scarce. KjeUA.s!, per dox, . aa-- a Window, 8 bv 10, - - ' 2 T00 00 00 fair - , robv 1 - -. 4 50 FFFG GUN POWDER perikeg. 'Bifle,' canister, - -' - - raJaton, : -.: SweSds, -m -,---Englisn, -&.-&- -v -A'tnericanToHed, - - do bararaored, - , -LAUD, per lb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 November 1842

- 3- r y - b- j - ts3- TJEJRJir$$5 isa advance. BY CRUG-EK, & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. TEKJKLS. Subscription, per 12 montlis or 52 numbers, " " 6 " 26 " - " "3 " 13 " ". " biagle paper, - - - - 'Sa'No credit -will be given for subscriptions. AdVectiSiNg, lsi iasertion, - - per square, " 2d and subsequent insertion, " - " Political cards, eacu inserlion, - $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 1 1 00 50 4 00 "- At-'aonnce-aentol Candidaiesperanno'tjlO 00 Adiscoant or '0 per cent, oa the aoove rates will be made to slieriF-'. oa all legal no ic-s. Person desirous O: advertising by lb e quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares, with, the privilege of changing 2 square each week, per quarter, S40; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, $30; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, 60. All adverli.ijment.s aem without i07-tilc7i instructions will un- less soo ler foi bid, oe inserted six months, and charged accord ingly. .No personal advertisement" will be inserted upon any terms. No cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 November 1842

X was perniitted the enviable privilege of advaucing the glory and renown of the great American people. ; -, The President's reply lo Mr. Rcily. -MR.MiNisTRr I will not withhold the expression of my regret at your determination under leave of your Government; to retire from your residence near this Gov- ernment and readily urn ish you the assurance, that you carry back with you to Texas my highest respect, both as a public functionary atidasa man. No one could have been more assiduous in the peiformance of his duties, or actuated by grpater sincerity in his effbits to advance the happiness and prosperity of the Republic of Texas. I doubt not that your successor will bring with him the same feelings of goodwill towards the United States, that you have always manifested, aad it will be my desire to continue to cultivate sentiments of friendship between the citizens of the two countries, and to strengthen the ties which bind them together. I wish you a happy return to Texas, -and prosp...

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

YS W i ; vation will devetope thelrtie'thatacir'of this-pbenome- non. ,- x- Louis Philippe. The French papers mention that the King of the French is suffering greatly under the accumulated misfortunes tbat he has lately experienced. It is remarked "that the sudden loss of his eldest son the excitement which the Regency bill has caused and the family jars the Duke de Nemours and the Duchess of Orleans, have greatly shaken him. His memory is said to fail him. The very manner in which he bore up against the outward show of wounded persecuted feelings, since his son's death, would render his mental sufferings more intense. 'He may suffer so much as to cause mad ness. It is presumed possible that he tvill abdicate the throne at the close of the present year." ITEMS FROM FOREIGN PAPERS. Money Matters in New York. Papers from N York state that money is more abundant there now, than V it has been at anv Drevious time. The ofiyiinffs at Bank are less than ever, and the ability of jthe Banks ...

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