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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 November 1842

arHD"s"TOrriPRICIirs CURRENT. Corrected -wcelily, lb Ike Telegraph, BY JOHN SHACKELFORD, Jh. ARTICLES. ALE & PORTER, pr. bbl. APPLES, do BAGGING, Dundee, p. yd BALE ROPE, per ib. ICentuc ky Bag ging, -Manilla, - BREAD, per lb. Pilot, -Navy, BETTER, per lb. ;CANDLES,perlb. Sperm, CHEESE, per lb. -COFFEE, jer lb. -CIDER, per bbl. -CORN, per bushel, COTTON, per lb: -FLOUR, new, per bbl PISH, per bbl. Mackerel, No. 1, -Herring, per box, -Cod, per box, - -GLASS, per box, Window, 8 by 10, - 10 by 12, FFFG GUN POWDER, per keg. Rifle, canister, - - -IRON, per ton, - - -S weeds, - - - - -English, - - - - : American rolled, - -do hammored, -LARD, per lb. - - - -LEAD, per 100 lbs.,-Bar, LIME, per bbl. - - LUMBER, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - From 10 00 18 10 25 25 7 6 15 oO 7 14 10 62 6 9 00 16 00 25 50 00 50 10 00 75 130 00 100 00 110.00 150 oo; to 8 00 2 50 To R tin urns, 00 00 24 12 25 28 8 7 18 56 8 15 12 75 7 10 00 18 00 50 00 00 00 MOLASSES, per gallon, KAILS, 2d a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 November 1842

A "-A r it V & h & U r ,thm Ji&IS".s--5 ill advance. fiffCRUEB,,& MOORE. JPU,BLlSailD3Y CRUGER & MOORE. Sdbscriptiov, pec. 12 months or 52 numbers, - 5 00 . i g it og " - - - 3 00 ' 3 " 13 " - - 2 Ol) --, ' ci slnglepaper, . - - - - 13 53fV &r& will be given for'sabscriptions. Advertisinp, 1st insertion, - - per square, $.1 00 ' 2d and subsequent inserxfon, " - - 50 " ' Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 DO rm Announcement ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A: discount of 10 percent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff?, on all legaf notices. " Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of chinking 2 squares each week, per quarter, S40; 5 square, changing 3 each week", 50 ; 6squares,-changing 4 each week, G0. All advertisements ;sent without lerillc.x instructions will un- Sess soo ier forbid, bi Insertedtsix months, and charged accord ingljr-., No personal advertisements will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 November 1842

lance and benefit to Alaftdjiiafldjinr-tbe event of the final obstruction to thejresent pullet to the river, will "maSetSilace the -deporlonnir the commerce of the cottojybove!usV"fcnd5h'e general rendezvous of travel." f Pfom-tkt New Qtleans -Picaytpter litEXiAN-'SftN-TA' T EXPEDITION. EHE -.OpligtcL lo Halt on account of the ' - Arrival aCJSah Miguel next morning Texi'an 8hijn Tie Plaza 'Our Parly taken before the Gov crnorSamuel H'oxcland Shot in a Barbarous Man- v ulonar a more rapid pace "than ever. When dusk was fntlng'ifi1! hired ike jackass of one of the Mexicans to rek'rhyselfjncl -immediately mounted"a miserable apolo- gVfor a'sacFdler lashed, loosely upon his back: The ani-inal-was extremely set and -per verse in his ways, and had alVj&ejbSstfnacyand was acquainted with all the tricks of the species! His owner endeavored to jump up behind ; merdn undertaking so little relished5 by the leug-eartd brniefthaf he-Inched violently iip.r Thfs action landed his masfer about ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 November 1842

)ftrt,!esa:?Siaita5esag3aggiBS5afigassssgi V t Brazos a few days eincer ThvessfcHndcafgo aiecon sidered a total loss. T,he cai go consisted'oFroercfaandise; belonging to Mr. Swinson and Messrs. Smith & Adn- ance valued at $15,000. They werenot insured: It is somewhat mortifying, at this period, to hear the disparaging sentiments expressed "by some oF our friends in the Uuited States, in relntion to the late incursion of mayt therefore, eon fijtntly expect thni, within a short p the Mexicans. The following blief extract from the Fort riod, our city will rank in wealth and popul. tion with Pickering Eagle, shows the change that has been wrought in.th'e mind of one who was but recently one of th,e most ardent friends of Texas. "The cry of "the enemy again," again teaches us. But our Hfnris are not as warm and sensitive, and do not thrill and burn for Texas as they did in the spring, when such patriotic demonstrations were made. The ingratitude of the President has frozen that warm ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 November 1842

y H O U ST Ol :?El CE S 0 0 K&E N T Corrected tveekiy, lor the Telegraph, BY JOHN SHACKELFORD, Jr. ARTICLES Fro A ' " 'To Remark 1CK00 K is 16 25 25 Y 6 15 50 7 14 ,10 62 6 00 16 00 125 150 00 50 aJEE'&iPDRTER,pr. bbL; APPLES, ' do 35GffNG, Dundee, p. ytf BALE ROPE, per lb. sJManala, BREAD, er lb. Pilot, -. 'Navy;- - " - .--- -BLTTTERDerlb, CATJES.perlb. SpennJ UHJiitiSfcT, per ID. -v COEBEE,-per; lb. -GIDER, per bbl. -tJORjtf. per bushel, COTTON, per lb: -FLOUR, now, oer bbl FISHrper bbl. 'Mapkerel, No. 1, -'Herring, per box, -Cod per box, - -GLASS,,perbox, , Window, 8 by 10, -J -aobvi2, FFJFG' GUN POWDER, , per keg. ( Sifle,-canister, - - - -IRON, per. ton, - - - Sweeds,' English American rolled, - -Yojggtfammdred, -LARD, per lb. -" - -LEAD, per 10D lbs., Bar, LIME, per bbl. - - -LUMBER,, pec M feet, Boards, jellow pine, , wJaita ,do, - - AlOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS,.2d a 20d, per lb. -OILS, per gallon, Linseed, Sperm, ------ POTATOES, per bbl. PROVISIONS, per bbl. Beef.N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 November 1842

&ggmggmmmmi&is$ 4 i ii i-1'i..iin . ,. JjmUUU.,,llJJ'J. IIIH7BB "'- -..-.-CTjammac-CT. tm" TJBHJ?lz-5 lei advance. JPnblished, Weekly. or sf a$ tlaa $& i" !he ysnr, -iisjMNi &isSAiB&&& -..,. . ,,,mJ..Jn.J.M-Trtr-MnBrf;EA.iiiiii m ill Li in .jLJuumi.n mumaanronTvmiiTMiiii nupw-jmr i vhih" iiht. -t-rf-'iai I Trrjp;inr,wi inuiAssai -. -- P'i ; i .- ?- BY CRUG-EB, & MGO&E. -. -Ml. jJJJ j,y PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE T 1R 5 i7S . Sobscriptiox. per 12 months or 52 numbers, , - So uo R ll Qfi " . - - 6 CO , , 3 i !3 ,. - 2 00 ' " " single paper, ----- 13 02Vo credit will be given tor subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, S I 00 " 2d and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 " Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 4' Announcement oi Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount ot 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriffs, on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the qnaiter can do so on the following terms:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 November 1842

r 8aaifa34tegWHW"t.aaKaSl r . ' i t Lite tqa fuiiuer issue. The consequence was, as all who Teflecieil at all. on The subject had foreser-n, their value srapidjy 3ee?Uie1,6ntil they became nearly worthless and "were repudfa'ted by the last Cangress. The hrit expe- Xiieut Was he famous Exchequer bill plan, vbich being tested on the same principle could tut hnve'lhe same re- sults. -The law of the last Congress repudiating them, ins given the country a reputation forbad faith and want of common honesty, which .years cannot regain. And this too done by a Congress mid sanctioned by the Ex- - ecultve when but the sumof Sl.OOO was in circulation. The reckless prodigality in the past administration of "affairs, is so notorious -as not to rf quire us to call the at- tentionof the country to it. We notice it now, that it may serve as a salutary warning to those in power, to avoid the rock on which we have split, and for the future, to conduct -osr affairs in a plain way, and upon those prin-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 November 1842

m. s 7 t' ' rV -A of an 'exhibition made by the pupils of a "Swimming- school," is given in a letter, dated Berlin, August 3rd, published in the New York papers : "Last week we Were witnesses of a spectacle, of which there is scarcely an example in modern times, at least in Germany a swimming masquerade. This spectacle was given "bv pupils of the Royal Swimming-school of Beilin. in honor of the 28th anniversay of the establish- ment, which has formed 23,000 good swimmers. At five o'clock, 1,200 swimmers, for the most part belonging to the army, assembled in the barrack-yaid, and thence pro- ceeded to the tents erected on the banks of the Spree, where they put on their costumes. At eight o'clock, the follow- ing procession wa3 seen to swim forward, and pass before the view of at least forty thousand spectators First came a large flat boat metamorphosed into a large arbor, in whicn were four bands, who executed morsels of milita- ry music; thn a car in the shape of a shell, in which w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 November 1842

U-rf.ZKaiaeiJfetfeigV",1 t , HOUSTON PAIGES (JUHKpT. Corftectctl xvee&iy, tor Xlie Telrgrapfi, BY JOHN'SHACKELFORD, Jh. j - ARTICLES. ,AT.F. & PORTER, pr. bbl. APPLES, do BAGGING, Dundee, p.,yd BALE, JiVlAiu, per.jD. , Kentucky Bagging, -Manilla, - - - - - BREAD, per lb. Pilot, -Navy, ------ BUTTER? wjr lb. CANDLES, per lb. Sperm CHEESE, per lb. - -COFEEE, per lb. -CIDER,. peT-bbl. - -CORN, per bushel, -COTTON, per lb: - -FLOUR, now. per bbl. FISH, per bbl. - Mackerel, -No. ,1, - . Herring, per box, m Cod, per box, - - -GLASS, per box,' Window, by 10, - - 10 by 12, - FFFG- GUN POWDER, per keg. Rifle, canister, - - - -IRON, per ton, - - - Sweeds, - - - English, American Tolled, - -do hammored, - - IiARD.perlb. LEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar, LIME, per bbl. - - -LUMBER; per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - - MOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS, 2d a 20d, per lb. -OILS, per gallon, Linseed, Sperm, ------ POTATOES, per bbl. PROVISIONS, per bbl. Beef, No, 1" , - - - - , cargo, - - - -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 November 1842

V -ii.- -- , . . . - .- - II t-s J I , ',' f : i .-. --.) w n - - : - i-E "i 5 " hL m4h--I :T I -K fV r !!r?ifi5---$5 Jii advaace. BY CKUOEE, & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CR.UGER & MOORE T 5 it iff . SoBscait'TiON, per 12 months or n numbers, - $5 S5 00 00 2 00 ' - " r " single paper, - - 13 . g&Nocredil will.be &iven for suDcnpuon. ADVEafrtiKa. Kt insertion. - - per square, ? I 00 r " - 2 1 ana subs'eqnent inserti -n, - - oil " Politic-1 cards, each nssrr.on, - - 4 00 u Ann unce i"n fjandidaiesperanro't, 10 0" Adisconr't-of. U pjr uc it, on the above rates will oe made .o -her., oa ' legal notf s. r ins J-rrons o- adve. ishT e quarter c- . do so on the fahooax- terns: Per 1 qi s will. ' pnvil :.e c chaiin-j -i glares ea h we"k, ,-r nrter, 40 o ie ch . C'ia 3 eLii wek ?30; 6sq i i., '. 'ing t each weeL, 530."" All adver'i- nci s -ont -ft itii jut tcriWtr ins - i as w tin- ier 5 jo er ibibid, bi is -irted rv i in Jin, nnd en rged ac .d insly. - I er-nal Ivertis-'nHue-will l ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 November 1842

clolhlng may fje-charged when cut find delivered lo the journeyman ; if charged before, the entry is irregular, and will be rpji'cted. It is always better, not to make the charge until the time of actual delivery. Enliies made up, the same evening, from the reports handed in to an employer, by his men, are cleat ly admissible. In all cases where it jippears.ninvtstigation, or the examination of the parfyfbr clerk in court, lhat the book is not the Book of (DriginaftEntries, jh court-may reject it at once, as incompetent ; but.if this do not clearly ap- p8arthe"codrt"fv111 allbvit tote nod to the jury, with instruction to disregard it, if in their opinion legal requi- sites do noLexisL And if it appear that some entries were made at -an undue period of lime after the debt accrued and some mode at the time ; unless the party, or clerk, can distinguish the bad fromlhe valid entries, the whole book will be rejected by the court. If the book contains receipts for goods sold, signed by th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 November 1842

f 4 X -T X ibtt goods importtd from the Uuitea atates, ana m uaai tiofl 10 this, the products of Texas would command u much 'R?einerprc8niirb"pMma7kls "than in American markets France, 'Gre'aY'Brrtiin " Holland .and other 'great man uFuctu ring counltii-s.'dVsire to encourage the , trade with Texas; but our selfish, and narrow sighted legislators dtfeut effectually all the efforts of these govern- ments. This subjecCdemands the serious and prompt at- tention of Congress, We are indebted to IVh. Wheeler, Wharf Master, for the following fist of the amouut of articles imported 10 and exported from Houston. fiom.July 13th to Octooer 1st, 1842: : J V 'VM PORTS: (Thirtytwoarricals and departures of S I earn -boats ) 2 boxes cioekerv, SfJT " W" JS hftds bacon. 12 hhds sugar, 8 ibis ice, 4i pipes brandy and a, 1 tierce gin, 6 casks rice, 1 cask sundries, 244 bbls. sundries, 434 " fiour, 72 "suarar. 9 56 ai molas'HS. OJIWOs, lime, orues. 4 -', uggsrA 7 vV " epplst 43 " whikuy",3 I, : .iter "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 November 1842

pjCTBE'JT n'jtft!Hg.1AJ.,t!i'Kila HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. CoxrectctI -rvccIUy, fur the Teltrgrapli, BY JOHN SHACKELFORD, Jr. .ARTICLES. rALE& PORTER, pr. bbL APPIiES; do BAGGING, Dundee, p. yd BALE ROPE, per lb. " Kentucky Bagging, - Manilla, BREAD, per lb. Pilot, - JSfavy, - - - -k .- -. BUTTER, per lb. CANDLES, per lb. Sperm, CBEESE, per lb. - -COFFEE, per lb. -CIDER, per bbl. - -CORN, per bnsheL -COTTON, per lb: - -FLOOR now, per bbl' FISH, per bbl. " ' .Mackerel, No. 1, - . . Herring, per box, -Cod, per box, - - -GLASS, per box, Window, 8 by 10, - 10 bv 12, - FFFG GUN POWDER, per keg. Rifle, canister, - - - -IRON, per ton, - - -Sweeds, - - - - -English, - - - - -American rolled, - -do harmnored, - -LARD, per lb. - - - -iEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar, LIME, per bbl. - - - -LUMBER, per Mfeet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - - MOLASSES, pergallon,- NA"lLS,2da20d,perlb. - OELSj per gallon, Linseed, Sperm, ------ POTATOES, per bbl. PROVISIONS, per bbl. .Beef, No. 1, - - - , cargo, --...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1842

t TJBJ&JttS-$& in advance. Fteblished Weekly. z da fr &t ihi end oif i& &g3i$ J t- , f BY GRU&ER& MOOJEtE. PUBLISHED BY -CR.UGE. & MOORE. TJBKMS. Subscription, per 12 months'or 52 numbers, - $5 00 "OI1' ;" '6. "i , 2G 4 - -r 3 00 " -", r3 "" 13 " - - "2 00 " ' ' " single paper, ----- 13 5riVb credit -will be given for subscriptions. ADr.EaTisiNQ, lt insertion, - - per square, $ I 00 " 2iaDd.subsequ.ent insertion, " - - 50 1 r Tolitical cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 1 c Announcement Candidates per anno't. 10 00 A discount of l6'rer cent, on the above rates "will 'be made to J sheriff?? bn all leral noticrs-. "4 Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on line following terms: iren 4 squares, witn tne privilege oi l .iMiinrrinrr' O cnnflri: pnrli nrnpV' fu mmrlpr siO ft 5nnarp paging 3 each week, $30 ; GsqQlres, changing 4 each week, A11 advertisements sent without written inilructions will un less soo ler forbid, bs fnserted six month...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1842

VI SoJiule does the worjd knoWjofthe true characters -of those whom it judges. Happyarstheywho,iCureless of its praise or blamefindjnthe daily companions of their -prjvalirrraHwitoesses ver ready -to "rise up and call fhenrfe& " ' ' ' ' $; . (Concluded next week.) wi -' . JFrom ihe' Houston Star, 2ith inst: tismfiSfiPiBX United States. The Steamer Dayldharriyeo! at our landing on the 23d inst and brought the mail, from ijie Neptune which arrived at Galveston on-the 21st"inst By this boat Tve have received files of New'Oileans papers to the 18th inst. The news from Mexico Is interesting. The correspondent of Ihe Bee in a JetterJktedrMexico, November 2d, mentions: ,fA conducta is announced to leave this city for Vera Cruz on the 10th inst. carrying a large amount of specie, of which I believe handsome proportion is destined for your city. The conducja will arrive at "Vera Cruz by the 25th. A11 eyes are now turned in suspense upon Santa Anna, and the congress now in session, -which...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1842

J&7 t p s- Jr EXPORTS AND REVENUE At the Port of Galveston, 1842. - -Exports from the 15th Jan. to 31st October, 1842. Quarter ending 30th April, 1842, $ 95,772 22 -V . 3Ist July, - 120,089 34 " " 31st October, . 35,215 16 Total amount Exports, 251,076 72 detachments. The Duke d' Aumale was to leave Toulon for Algeria about the 10th insL Great Britainand the United States. The number of persons employed, in these two nations, are as follows: Imports from -2d February to 31st October, 1842. Quarter ending 30th April, 1842, $127,728 13 31st July," - 73.729 78 - - 31st October, 59,941 51 ; Total amount Importations, 8261,399 42 Duties and Fees from 2d Feb. to 31st Oct. 1842. Duties on Importations Quarter en'd'g 30th April, 1842,827.518 99 . 31st July, 17,806 10 " 31st October, 17,335 90 Tannage Dulles Quarter ending 30ih April,- S 614 00 " 31stJuly, 1,297 51 " 31st October, 1,360 40- Great Britain. Families. Agriculture 1,000,134 Trades, 1,304,230 Manufactories, .... 509,670 Other...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 November 1842

pUSTO PRICES X3UiRJl'E.NT. Corrected, -weeJtly, lex-AtbjeOTelegrapb,. BYJOHN SHACKEEFORD, Jfe. : ITICLES. f From' r Wo -Remarks. 10 00, &0RTS,iff-JbH. Gt Dandee;p. yttt " 18 - 3Uj., per id, yBaggicg, - -.31a, --- - - fV?r'iTv Pilr.L - ffTTElLneflb. CANDtiESjoerlSPSttwaa.i ' 50 CHEESE, per lb, COFFEE, :perl&, lb 5 25 15 12J 1,4 10; 62 4$ 9 00' -1 liG 00 1 '25v 1 50 .2 00 450i 10 00 75 130 00 100 00 110 00 150 00 10 8 00 2 50 25 00 35 00 37$ - 8 2 00 ,2 00 3 50 COTTON, cer lb: FLOURnew, per hM. - FISH.periTbll Mackerel, No. 1, - . -Herring, par "box, - -Cod, per boa, - '; - - GLASS, per Toxr Window, 8 by-10, - - FFFG GUN'TOWDER, 'pfer'kegVtV; Rifle, car4stera - - - -IRON; perron, -' ' -. Sweeds, - - - - -English"?"- !-- - -American Tolled,- '-" -do hammored, -, -LARD, per lb". - - - -LEAD, BexlOO lbs., Bar, LTCIE, per bbl. - - -" -LUMBER, -per M-feet, -Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - - MOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS, 2d a 20d,per lb. - OILS, per gallon, Linseed, Sperm, ------ ...

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

WM il-Kii , UJj WBSU1 wmy m3c-x' tfif -.i---sa5yn $ in advance. JPublished Weekly ?g $y &t She end ef&e 3pgjSr, a mmauiQ wimha WQ "HWH UdOH PV H P 1UB HK VH TflB ijiijiiTn.tj,iiH i wiww-iMiwwjaiTMmMwmiiimwirt 1 Swnrminif I in mi i - rH''",ffrMBBfiaainimfiin , Vf i BY CKCTGEH & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY, CRDGER & MOORE. ..4.yBfi SuBscaTeriox. pe? iSmontfifor 52 numbers, - ' S5 00' "6 " 25 3 00 2 00 13 . ," 3 13 " ., '. , " single paper, - - - "&Nb ercitt willle given tor subscriptions. ADVE&raiNG, 1st insertion, - - per square " 2d and subsequent insertion, " - Jl - ' Political cards, each insertion, - SI 00 50 4 00 " '. Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to 6nerif&, on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising bv the quarter can do so on the. following, terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing- 2 squares each weelr, per quarter, g4U ; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, $50 -...

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

ami assigned to the duties ofEngmelfjand Ordnance offi cer, for thai station, to continue dunngihe emergency whieh'eBfotcednhe-'neceesiiy of-his appointmrnt. "J" - -" Forjtbe want pmcansgyery possible embarrassment, has bjjen prelbntedlothe administration. Texas, in truth, presents ap anomaly In the history of nations, for no coun- try holievenexisted without a currency; nor has any Gov- ernmenteverbeen administered without means. The transition frcmtarState of things, where unrestricted and unlimited-extra vafgance prevailed, and-disbursements were made-without appropriations,J)y XUongress; to a slate of things where vra are without means, without appropria- tions andiwkh 'disbursements, is well calculated to bring odium upon the administration oftbe Government, unless examination israadeinto the causes which iuvolvedit in its presentfUafortiHiate dilemma. Aware oflhe"auTtude in which the country must be placed,- thafpresent Executive upon coming into office, recomraendedisuch meas...

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

New Steamboat. A uer light draft steamboat has lately arrived at Galveston, ityled.ta'efElIeB Frankland. She was bufltfor ihe irade onlhe TabascoTiver 6ul from, omeiause -unknown to us was sold in Hew Orleans, and purchased by Messrs. Jones & Co , of- Galveston. She draws only iwoTeetwaterond is intendedor the trade of iheTrlnifr.K' '" ' l Mekjcan CoziTot.-Presideni Tyler Jias recognized Juande la Granja, asConsoi General of -the Mexican Republic, for the United Slates, to reside at .New York. Crimxsaxs. One or two persons indicted for gam- ilinf jJave ,pTead g-oilly Tcourt, and as the indictment was made under, ihe old law passed while promissory .notes were reeeivable-for government dues, they have ten- deredfthepromissory -notes in paymentof the fines. The .officers; watiaderetaod, have-refused to receive them, and the parties intend to appeal to the Supreme Court. That the legislator's, who enacted these laws, intend- ed that the 'fines should 'e levied in promissory notes c...

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