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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 3 July 1852

V" A nlwliitlHiHUii SfiH 1 1 r ft'wr -" T '- hlMU4ui. TEBS STATE GAZETTE. JULT3i "t & BvJ iT Batith'o South has ButtV$r enough from Fcdoral legislation without tins incaoure to ifiJHrovipr8injrfi)erbydruWJntf offhor pomrifttion as welt M.chocking emigration to horrbortiero a moSro 'Which diesiptfa a 'largo revenue in which thd South hiuftftargo intGrcst. and when ita wasto must soouor or later givwhe to thoincwaso of Federal taxation. TJio old States wliwlll stiffor most from the moasuri? aro tho Southern mem- here of. tJii Confederacy. Eaiii Surprised that any1 friend' of popular rights should bo foun supporting this bill. They aro nob judicious advocates of'Dotnocratio Government who. aro found urging measures that'te'to debase and demoralize tho people measures which ponsiqnfaay portion of tho industrious classes upon tho Troas- iirjowtliVnation instead of toaching them to rely upon indus- try frugality and their energies. History furnishes us with examples of many ouch couns...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 3 July 1852

E7r ' "r "" T'OfT "i"r(L Jr HHS5J5" '""WWMMWI 5555S 1852. ' ' ( Vfi t' t . !o Austin Female Seminary. rp HE Second Session of this Insllltiliun will open on the 1st Monday in July X next under the charge of the undersigned as Prlnclp.il. He purposes ma- king it a permanent institution where young ladies may receive n finished ed- ucation. The services of a coinprtent music toucher and other assistants will 'be provided. TERMS PER SESSION OP FIVE MONTHS. JPvimartf Department Spoiling Reading Writing find First Lessons in Arithmetic $12 Junior Department Geography History Arithmetic arid Grammar .' 16 Senior Department Chemistry Natural Philosophy and Botany ;..:.... t . 7 $20 Anc't languages and mathematics with any of the above $25 French or Spanish language $10 . 'Music on the Piano . . : $25 Use of Instrument $5 "Waxwork and Ornamental Needlework (each) ...:.... $10 A share of pnlilii- piironge is respectfully solicited. Austin June 19 1832. WM SMYTH. Principal. Austin Collcgiatig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 3 July 1852

JjMflHMJUuqBBpwiwggWWHI w- ' ft -L 'i'n. -T.'A Vi"'iIJU" I ' ! J-.. 1 J. ii ' i " i '! "1" JL-" iWi' a' ' ' m - .m- . ( t uj Mk Uii.. - .it J. -i fiffimeSTCtfiittty VfraTis. Dr. MarcKisi's Uterine uatuoiicon I - . . mi ur i . : . . i. a f TfcM ifc MfcHiT tfWM GiiMW o Trdms-ureciingi " " " . . " . . . . ' ' . . . ! .: 1 f .. . i : The Male Wn'MitM WJJ "Staid aforei SeHtlbh Ka ihoHide WMf ' llnH(i :mi rr afinlitlh '21th dnv sf3f-."-"Y"u ":r -".-.--.: " .; ' iv" i::... ..ir.. .01. H a citizen ol gravis county execuica to tnein m ''U"''7UJ -- i'wheicbv fcfl promised td'payMheiiafd BeujtfnlW'P. ond Jt'tnes F.dohnson . BetmWrt F;'aH(J James FV Johnson dtfiensbrihe cffunty and liild: tore? bv their' attorneys. Oldharri & Marshall inert tnetr tftWClcrbofiic District Cdlnt bf Travis courtly nlleg ng of Janaarvi 1652. and alihal Me sum 01 f cens. wim imresi hi ipo raieii '"J! "'"'I'" annum. $ftAdil4ft iMfonorabouUhcflih dav ot January 1850 ihe said Morgan eie- titlfcaldlS?nipinp. Jobrion....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 10 July 1852

l ! " .. 1 v i AJ-UJ JL JL JLJ't j. HN TEXAS SATURDAY. JOLT 10 mi THE TEXAS STATIi (1AZETTB PUBLISHED and circulated in every Cotinty in the State) WEEKLY BY (JUSHNEY & HAMPTON State Printers! ' Terms SUBSCRIPTION. ''irctf Dollars per Volifme cf filty-two numbers if paid in ndvancc or wiihin one innnili Irom llie lime of subscribing or Ifour Dollars if not thus p.iid in advance. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per'square sf i-cven lines or lew for the first insertion and fifty cents lor e.icli continuance. One-half ibese charges Vil be made to those who a'dvcnise'by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards of not more than one sqtiarc will be inserted for ten dollars per annum. 'Announcements of Candidates for Office and all political personal and busi- ness Communications promotive of individual interests will be charged ns Ad- Terlisements. All Advertisements the publication of which is rpquired by law must be paid for in adv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 10 July 1852

!: m fmtmmmmitmmmmMwi m i iiiiwiui iiimimihuhi iiiiiim liiiihii i iiw TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. JULY 10 j ...i ...I mi i i t r; ". At r ttifi 5 I 'OT TOVIO MAW PJWIW & n 'i niA-Hn n n n uni'i irj. H " M ....- --7 Hfc i . i i -ii i if"1 '' " "" HP.iBREV78TERr Editor:---J. W. HAMPTON Associate Editor. J hit r - i -i . City of Austin July 19 1852 5? DBMOOJtATfO OANBIDATB FOR PJlMtDENTj i-FRAlifJKEta FIERCE of Jcw-Hampliirc. i " ' FOR. VICfi-rnKSIDENT WH.OAM R. KUVCt of Alabama. J" ELECTORS FOR THE STATE AT LARGE ftel D. Ems of Harrison. Gay IH. Bryan of Brazoria. jf 'DISTRICT ELEOTORS: Ceiirffe W Smyth m Robert S. Neighbors of Bexar. Atterncy-Gcncral. Ur Wo aro authorized to announce JOHN SAYLES Esq of Washington county oandidnlo for the office of Attorney-General of the Stato of Texas ci'llie ensuing August clcotion. D?- Wo are authorized to announco Col. THOMAS J. JENNINGS as a candidate for thoofllco of Attorney-General of tho Stato of Texas election in ttJ" Wo are authorized to anno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 10 July 1852

EzSBbium9 mMbmummbWiIDi 9& 1852. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. it m WJf i A V) 1W v- r- s (C xtond from Mnino to Oregon and from Michigan to Patagonia. America I our country first lour country last ! !. and our country forever 1 1 1 While with one long loud nud deathless reverberation lot the swelling ncolaim of a grntq- ful peoplo riso. bo bortio upward and thunder in the sky tho Union now ( tho Union forever 1 1 and the Union one and inseparable 1 1 1 At tho contusion of this address tho Indies were conducted to the dinner stand while the Masons and other orders returned to thefr rooms dofTcd their regalia and returned to wait upon their fair guests. The dinner was vjcll arranged prepared in exquisite good taste and in profuse uhundance. The immense concourse testified their apprecia- tion of the. exertions of tho Committee of Arragcmcnts not only by partaking heartily of tho dinner but by the highest encomiums upon tho style of its preparation and tho Arrangements generally. The ut- m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 10 July 1852

iWWJWWWWgffWjyiWUJWS'lB JfVfllBK MWiHWllljil BnBHRTVBfliRI IBIWW V fe tiLaiiiiivtwwtJuuiijiiptwujtyii.uitwcw'iimwiiutJwwwa macuiuiii.mjjinmuMiiii MIP ."Y TEXM'STAH GAZETTE. JULY1 ti if I1 &V E' s IV a v rfjti?.;'i nY' nblithod byvordc ofAuthi (Lodp;o No. 12.J ' T fi'ar address A afjmmiat the laying ofthc Comer-Stone of We Capitol of &!&IHf9P' ' v'rr r7 rtJ into 'wMtlT R. W-3rond Chaplain of tlio Grand Lodgo of Tqxn. DiiKTitiiBW and Fcfctow-GiTizENS : The pleasing nnd patriotic K Jgsk.of faying tlftf'corneMatono of this great nnd growing State has .Ucchiaspynw tO'Our. MdSQtia Ixxlgo in conformity vith a timo-hon- wtorcdiotJstom obKHrveuiiu all civ iliKod countries. sThlsc'ustom fsfoundofl on tlio fact that itiasonfy nn(l science wqrc '" 'mlciantiy aynonirnbus terrrts. A knowledge of tlio liberal arts and ("Jciiices including architecture was onco hurtured' and taught ivoliito kings and princes only in our Lodges. From them they haVd been difluecd over tho efirth Every mag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 10 July 1852

ROM 4 mifmjiMintiiiii4MiiiJii.w MHVJHMHHMtt iinwijiiimpw. 9SS 1852. mm STATI 'OAZSESraaE:' AJM . n ; $73 Hh 0 ft M S R. i ' 1 '. "f f' Of '.$ I prom tho Indianolsv'Bullotln. Sketches or Early Times in Western Tcxas--No 5. COL. ELLIS P. BEAN FIF1T YEARS AGO. Many persons have heard of Beards Station in Tonncsseo : of the family from which that pluco derived its name was one whose name heads this article. In'tho yeai 1800 when eighteen years of ace seized with a spirit of adventure common to the young spirits in that day in the west and which was possessed by his parents young l3ean clandestinely left his father's roof and passed down tho Mississippi in a flat boat. At Natchez his employer died and ho was thrown out of employment pen- niless and among strangers. Thus situated he was left to reflect uponhis condition and work out his own fortune. Too proud to return home ho resolved to enibark in whatever might fall in his way. . At that clay there was an occasional contraband trade ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 10 July 1852

JJin3f7 "'W' Jp'.'"? Wfl" if f' MWHHMMMMI 'iiHiiiTiiiiiHinwrririiiTiOi'W mi TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. JULY 10 J 1 K-Wo learn from thoWrownsville Bag that Gen. Avalos tho ."Mexican commandant at Matarnoroa has Been implicated as tho prin- " crpaftautAW of tlnAato outrages pcrpetratcd'on-tho American citizens jLfin that quarter. The band of outlaws who have perpetrated these ' Outrages such as the massacre of Tampaciins tho firing into the steaniarComancho Sec have finally boon-routed by the Alcalde of ' 'Itoyiiosa and their commander Villaroal Iras reluctantly been com- pelled to deliver up his commission signed by Avalos w.hich it ap- ' 'iH'ars is a carte blanche to a tribe of barbarous Indians to rob kill aud destroy tho lives and property of American citizens. . . (Ep-Thb nominations of Pierce and-King continue to be received fjtty tho demooraoy throughout tho country with a degree of enthusi- vaam unexampledi In noquarter has anything but notes of joyous ac- Mgjlamation been heard whi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 10 July 1852

WLgi&sSuS T" M mfrwi iiiwium 1852. ' V TEXAS STATE GAZE BW Austin Female Seminary. THE Second Session of this institution will open on the 1st Mondtv in July next under the charge of the undersigned as Principal. He purposes ma- tting it a permiinent institution where young Udles may receive n finished ed- ucation. The services of a competent music Inacher and other assistants will bo provided. r ' TERMS PER SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS. JPr-imary Department Spelling Iieading Writing and First Lessons in Arithmetic $12 Junior Department Geography History Arithmetic and Grammar . $16 Senior Department Chemistry Natural Philosophy and Botany $20 Anc'tlanguages and mathematics with any of theabove $25 French or Spanish language $10 Music on the Piano $25 Use of Instrument -$5 Waxwork and OrnamentaJN"eedlework(cach) $10 A share of public pntron.ige is respectfully solicited. Austin June 19 1852. WM. SMYTH Principal. Austin Collegiate Female Institute. sfi&g- The first session of this ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 10 July 1852

m r I 'fr-j .'W 2 ? w t M MS"-MIE GiZETTE JULY 10 TlftcfStAfcrofi Kexatf Coitiriy orwrnviM. Tte fiftrr 0 2Vi ff M Bitfiff ofaaid County of Tratu Creeling : W UEREAS Benjamin F.nnd James F Johnson citizens of (he county and Sfflle aioreatfl hoveoy weir aiinrncys uiuinm & ivinrsnaii wen inein petition In llie ofricc.ofmc Clerk of l e District Court of Travis county allegjnp; ibntjllehard 8. Morgan on 01 about the 21 1 h day of Jnniihry 1852 and at that (linen citizen ot ravis-county cxccmca io inem-nts promissory noic in wru- lo1& whei eby be promised to pay the said Benjamin P. and J mes F. Johnon tfto rfiim ni S183 CO cenis. "with Interest (It ilm rate often pit cent per annurhT And oini Hint on or nbolUlbe 8ib day ol January 1850 Ilic said Murgfnn f'AW rnthe'sifd Beninmln P. Johnson his nromioorv note whereby he nrom to pay said Johnson or beaicr the mm of $1863 cents with IntereM thereon ai th rate often percent per annum and that the said Benjamin P. and James P exc- prom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 July 1852

V -'my an m jm ii jjn D mum . - ... . r n 4 f ft . r .w . ' ' '! .1 - VOL. Ill AUSTIN TEXAS SATUEMY JOLT 17 1852. THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE PUBLISHED (and circulated in every County in the State) WEEKLY BY CUSHiVEV & HAMPTON State Printers. Terms SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume cf filty-two numbers if paid in advance or within one month from the time of subscribing or Four Dollars if not thus piid in advance. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square ol seven line or less lor the first insertion and fity cents for each continuance. One-half these chaiges will be madetothose who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Bu-iiic?s Cards of not mote than one square will be inserted ior ten dollars per annum. Announcements of Candidates for Office and all political personal and busi- ness Communications piomotive of individual interests will be chiitged as Ad- vertisements. All Advertisements the publication of which is required...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 July 1852

? m j JULY 17 r tt 378 W.YA-S p r- THE TIP STATE GAZETTE. '''4k H? $ 5REV8yEEEd(tor:J. wHAMPTdN Assoeiato Editor. ftily of Austin July 17 1852 i r ft. Sfc npMonnATin fiANniDATn for- pni:sinfiiT. ERAWKCIIV PIERCE ol'Ncw-Hnmpshirc. X (j roa vion-rnEsmnNT ' ;. WIM.IAM R. KING of Alnbamn. j$ electors rou Tiin stath at lahoi: LcHUCl D. EvaUS of Harrison. Guy HI. Bryan of Brazoria. MS DI8TKICT KliEOTOUS: (Jce'rgo W. Smyth of .7icr. Robert S. Neighbors of Bexar. . Attorney-General. Jr Wo nro nuthorized to announce JOHN SAYLES Esq of Washington county n candidate for tho ofllco of Attomcy-Gonernl of thu Stato of Texas at Alio ensuing August oleotion. 'K7" Wearo authorized to nnnounco Col. THOMAS J. JENNINGS ns n candidate for tho ofllco of Attornoy-Gcncial of thu Stato of Tcxus election in AuansUno'xt. ' tGT(Wo aro authorized to nnnounco A. J. HAMILTON1 Esq. ns u enndidato fprjtbd ofllco of Attornoy-Gonoral of tho Stnto. Elootioti in August next. iM$ State Treasurer. 0y Wo aro authorized to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 July 1852

ww masmwamamsmmmmmm pp ZW" r -r(f 1852. P 379 -J- X w lu . i ''' . ? During seasons of Eicluicssrtlioro te ever a morbid spirit nliroail It?" Tliu Uunlsville Item has icceivcd from Dr. Kcenan of that to magnify tho extent nntl fatality of disease and add toils horrible j 'own uMieet ! I inches long "lfi iiielies in circumference and weigh". clTccts. We lmve recently bad an excmplication of this disposition to ing 7 pound-. Thi bonis the 'Munnhiciit's beet from Mr. Moore cxnggcrntc.in ilic accounts published of tbc great fatality of thccholoru of It uet'rs-villt. which was 18 inches in circumference and 18 inches nt Indianola Lavaca Victoria utul that region of tho State generally. ' lun. The Muniment alo trie 10 boat our millet and spcalis of Vc had no confidence in tho truth of the report mid therefore did I having loccived u mulk'!) feet 10 inchi'd high bi-a how long was the tiot publish them. Wo now Have uetore lis me iiKiiauom jjuuenn ot head J The other specimens we noticed wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 July 1852

'- t nr V IS imn ffcEdHMMn a 880 TEM 'STATE GAZETTE! !" JULT17v TlMprd&cdtoW'tfco Inst legislature and ftovernoi utfdu.tbd riow Appdtffomnflnt bill hdjo obtained irdmtl trC83Scttrcolvipflff notice -It was allowed to fl .FromthoJcflcrtoB (Ca county) JforaM of Juno 201852 The ipnortleBf BHI-An'Extra Session. Governor Jjpll ithdTc f ife prcssscarcoly-a pacing notice; xi wua uuuwuu tu pu8 .-iaiu .tat with tho ininrcasidri thafiul extra session ot tho Legislature would be crilL When l.owcver it was an- riolmccd that an extra Session would not bo dnlled wo loPkcd with onxiety to some o( our senior prds'srjs in LastcrhToxas ibr rfVrbbdr oxpositidri of thd subject. ' Wo have lookod'in Vain and flluill look no loilgdr. Tli6 Subject itf ah important one and wcall tlio attention of tho pedplo to it iRfafciAn 20th df our Stato Constitution reads thns: "The Xcgislaturo shall at their first meeting and in tho year one thousand eight hundred' and forty-eight and fifty and dvdry eight years tlt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 July 1852

T 'Jf .'! ' TEXAS STATE. G-AZEliTE.; 381 (1'!' BPWKBP"''l''!H!SIBBi3SiiffLJ3l!BlBHlBlBDBM)iBbifl(y K- a. 7 A f M' ; . &f ?l J? ' by repudiating the ultraism of l;qtli sections of the Union. It 1ms placed itself upon high national- ground" &c. Again itjsaya: 'Of tho nominations a sense of justice and candor requires us to pro- nounce them good. Gen. Pierce although not a distinguished man wc take- to be of sound and reliable judgment. Ho belongs to the "Woodbury school of democratic politicians and although wo have iiot examined still we think he will be found fair and right on the record in reference to Southern questions." At a recent whig ratification meeting in New Orleans the Hon. T. 1 Benjamin was the chief spokesman. He said he would support Scott though ho was not the first nor even the second choice of Louisiana admitted that he had written a letter before the nomina- tion was made saying that Scott could not carry Louisiana and con- cluded thus. "His adversary is Ge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 July 1852

222 EM Kfjjr" iy -8sg; apy ;gjjg mh lUiUMUIUIIIIIII m nm STA'TlE GlZETTJF pr- r JULY''.? 3 W 1 jPDCSPicas 2'Ao' ilmyrom.Th'0 IJflltimoro Sim says tliat there is a RnocieVof worm in soruo parts of the Eastern shore oi Maryland tins season it is consiuera- imutr much dnm.iffd to tuo crops Myjjjco tlio grtib worm and is called tbouarmy worm" i'rom nances destructive insect. Houston Deacon. Death of Bishop Gadsden. Tho Right Rov. Christopher Edwards Gadsden!). D. of tho Protestant Jilpiscopal Ohurcli and Ris'hop of the. Dioccso of South Carolina died at his resi- dohco ill Charleston on tho 24th ult. in the sixty-eighth year of Jn's ago aftbr a protracted illness. s 1 Tho convict Juan Lcvrawho escaped from tho Penitentiary a few voolca ago has been retaken and was brought back to his fellovZ-boarders' Bocibty again on 'Tuesday night. Ho was picked up near Houston having lost his way. Iluntsville Item.- jggr The appointment of Edward J. Phelps to l)e Land Comptroller of tho Treasury in' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 July 1852

1852. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. I'M d& fftjiK Austin Female Seminary. rUlE Second Session or this institution will open on the 1st Monday in July I next under the charge of the undersigned ns Principal. Ho purposes inn- king it a permanent institution where young ladles may receive n finished ei -ticatiun. The services of a cotnprlcnt music facher and other assistants will be provided. TERMS PER SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS. Primary Department -Spelling Reading Writing and j First Lessons in Arithmetic 812 Junior Department Geography History Arithmetic and Grammar $10 Senior Department Chemistry Natural Philosophy and Botany ; $20 Anc't languages and mathematics with any of the above- $2fi French or Spanish language 10 Music on the Piano $25 . Use of Instrument i . . . 5 "Waxwork and Ornamental Needlework (each) $10 A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited. Austin June 10 I52. WM SMYTH Principal. Austin Coilegiale Female Institute. The first session of this institution under t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 17 July 1852

p tifissssrariatf -ggjjj initliriMifaWi 8ft 'HTM&'STlll 'GMETTE. JULYaf; e If 8 V; Mi I V: ' f spWI lWStttco(rfit Oofifity ft Gravis. 7'A Stofc TcxaitoihfSkitiff.'tfh&id Cmiilfy 'oft Traits Greeting: A"tTrHERBA3"13cnJan1ln FVand JarrfcsF. Johnson tritizenn oflnc' county lind t1i Sinloarord.inld.ihavcji' Inclr nllnrncysiOldham A Marshall filed' iheir pttlllonln the office of llicClerkoflhe District Court of Travis county alleging jhat.Richnrd S.AIorgnri pn or.ahout (lie S4lU day of January 1852 and nt thai Barmen citizen or Travfs cobrity feifcctiicd'to1 ihciri hft'pYomissory note in writ- nibjAwhcieby he promised to pay the sad JJenjajnln F. and James P. Johnson Inc'stim ol SJ88 C-0 cents with interest at Iho tale of fen her cent per annum. "! Ant! ntn llml nn nr .ihniil llii Rill itnv rl Trlntinrir 1Rrin llm iinlrl Mmirin . ctitcd to tW ttaWBenfn'mih'F. Johnson hi nroinfoory lioiewHdrcby he prbmlsed ' 18 pay snld JdHrfsdrftor bearer (he sum of.JJlB 83 tents with interest th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 24 July 1852

BflSSI S53SsI222Z3 "III 4- Li iUIIU gpg"' - UJ-JuLuuiu win iwamawmniy.. iujjliiui hjI& i J ' J L t v I HI iWJPi WSBM7BBBmsi9ni Vi " Mu--taaM" -i --r t m "SSjBiBiBssEEa wisrsfb .V. yHL " ip rTmmiM ' l flffjjyJjKMwBJHM vBMBMBrT jiR''s ?3ti&dK$&iJwvi)?&z&r l VOL. III. AUSTIN TEXAS; SATUKQAT IBM 24 1852. TUB TEXAS STATE GAZETTE PUBLISHED (and circulated in every County in the State) WEEKLY BY (JUSIIIVEY & HAMPTON State Printers. Terms SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume ef filty-(yo numbers if haid tn advance or within one month Irom the time of subscribing or Four Dollars if not thus paid in advance. ADVERTISING. Advertisement-? will be inserted at One Dollnr per sqiiare of seven lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents (or each continuance. One-half the.se charges will be made to those who advertise by the year with Ihe privilege of changiug quarterly. Business Cards ol not more than one square will be inserted for ten dollars per annum. Announc...

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