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

sroTra:: runEETNir. Corrected "weekly, Ydr J&e Telegraph, J BY JOHN SHACKELFORD, Ja. ARTICLES. From 10 00 10 1 . ?5, 7 6 15 50 12 . 14 10' m 9 00 16 00 1-25 J 50 2 do 4 5Q, 10 00 75 130 00 100 00; 110 00 150.00 10 800 2 50 AE'-&EORTBR,pr. bbl. APPEST do BAGGING, Dundee, py& BALE'ROPE, perlb.- KentOTky.Bajjjriiior, -Manilla, - - - - - BREADS per JS.' Pilot, ' -Navy, ------- BUTTER, Derlb. CANDIES, per-ibT Sperm,1 CHEESE, per ib. - -COFFEE, per" lb., - , CIDER, per 'bbl - -CORNjper'-oushel, -COTTGNfter lb: - -FLOUR, new; per bbl. FlSH,perbbI. Mackerel, :No. 1, - .. Herring,er-box, - Cod, per box, -. . r, GLASS, per box,, .. Window, 8 bv 10, -; ' FEFG GUN.-POmDERl per- keg; i " xxme, canister, - e - i IRON, per ton, - - Sweeds; - - - - - rEnglish. -'-' American rolled, - - do "liamrndredr" - LEADper 100 lbsBar, UME.perbbl.'- - - LUMBER, per Mfeot, Boards, yellow nine. - ' 25 OOi . .white do, - -,35 00 MOLASSES, per-gallon, 37 NAILS, 2da2Gd, per lb. - "8 OILS, per galloiu Li...

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

wmsst li!PJ32g3M-$5 in advance 5 E?ublishel Weekly. or $7 at the end of Ifee.year. ..mtitmmL$&m &m tosuxq mmm CRUG-EE, & MOOEE, i HOUST ON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1842. YOL. Nil-NO. 52-WELdLE NO. 367. pr Mr W-" - "-"" PUBLllHEDBYCRUGER & MOkE. ? 'M M. . i f - . l$5 00 -3 00 - 2 00 13 Subscription, psr 1- months or 52 numbers, - v " ?" jC.S' 25 '-' - - tii u 3 13 " " single paper, - - 'ggSiriTcdit wjll -ba given for subscriptions. ADETisiNr,:Ut insertion, - - per square, $ I 00 ir y? 2 1 and"subsequent insertion, " - - 50 v Political cards, each Insertion, - 4 00 J" T Anapuncemen.. of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 Adbcount of 10,psr cent, on tfte above rates will be made to sherifi-onall legalnotics. Parsons desirous ot -advertising by he quarter can do so on ifilTohowi.ig terms: Per 4 squares, with, the privilege of crfttiPnng 2 sanares each week, per quarter, $40; 5 squares, cfatifgift&3eacn week", $50; Gsguares, changing 4 eauh. week, SS0. "" - -Jjit.- . . ... ...

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

Fa5JWJWJ'JaHMJlEgsaagSB On motion, the above resqlutionvvas laid.onJ.hc table. On motion, the House adjuruea until 3 o'clock, P. "M. 3o'clock, i?. ;n. House met, roll called, quorum present. Mr. Parker, Chairman of the Committee lo wait upon the Senate and Inform that body that thefHbuse of Repre- sentatives had organized, and wns ready to proceed to business reported, duty-performed.- ' A Committee from the Senate informed the House, that dody had-organized and was ready to proceed to business. On .motion of Mr. Parker, a Committee was appointed to act in conjunction with a like Committee on the part of the Senate, and inform the President that the two Hon. ses of Congress had organized and were ready to receive any communication he may have 'to make. A like Committee appeared from the Senate. On motion of Mr. Warren, the Committee appointed to wait on the President was granted leave of absence to perform that duty. Mr. Parker Cairman of the Committee to wait upon the President, re...

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

t constdeyitmsei! doubly bitted; for munding to purchase food onIytbofaasobtjfined;both 'jfoodran3,iaimen'il"ti It is .jjsupposedthis loLof flour wasTmicnded for' fhe Mexican market, and sent by mistake "to Texas. If the owner had Teally designed to smuggle the. silks into the country, he would have 'been quite cautious not to sell such flour to a baker. We understand. some apprehensions are entertain- ed that a quantity of goods have been smuggled on the coast between Galveston and Sabine Pass, and the collect- or at Galveston has charteredahe schooner Santa Anna, " to act as a revenue cutter and make occasional trips along that coast. The'San Bernard. This fine schooner is still lying fast aground, where she was cast during the late gale at Galveston. It is believed she might be set afloat again for a sum not exceeding three hundred dollars. If neglected much longer, she may be imbedded in the sand and rendered useless as any roltf n hulk. Grapes. The Editor of the Civilian mentio...

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

muhwwwhw. .: HOUSTON PRICES (JUKBEVx. Correct! -wctsij- fo t3?e Xttlg! " ' BY JOHN SHACKELTgM), Ja. ir txew-a-rhs. l -ARTICLES. I; rr.tr- ALB PO RTERpr- bbfcriO 80 JUO &) BALING, Dunikfc,4yd t BALE SRjJPE, er IS. IgBBggm - hut - I '13 Hif 2M 1 r: J 50 W 1Q J&24-. 44 J2JM 1 BREA& r;r ibr Pilot--BtETTSE,"ifey . CANDLIS peril). Spat tJiCft, per jo. - - GTDSRrperUsbl. - -CAerljpsheL -COTTOlt.fib:'- -FLOUR row. per hhl v FISiLjtfriftt Mktf, Kb. I, - . M6 a- Herwugj per dox, - -Coil, pa? -box, - - -GLASSvper box, Wiadm&bydO, ----- JNsiEaeg. " - Hitferer- - -IiIQrup.erluii5C?f. - --3$ds, ----- - -ShgSfch. --'- . American roiled, - do iwramoreJl, - LARD, perils uj Ubnianii iicno 2 IdnH wis suppiv. jgood snppJy ay H0..O0 1 L 50 00 50- 5 !0 00--75- feir supply fair supply in demand 1? 56 IBHdnk in 12 75 IS 50 1 so. 2 On 00 013 1 GO l 00 fair supply. ;searce. fair supply rco IrJL scarce. Soar supply. do very , scarce. 20- 25 00 35 00 37, 8 2 00 2 00 3 50 10 00 8 00 15 00 10 00 ...

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

w arr?T5SSiB 'jwr-f-srsss f 4 fzw fc. ti sa&. iadTiwrv m-h i B-fc-- - --"; - .; - .. n , jgrpi-tSinlV1! rrajj iupjutjwv- r""wrrT7r.zz?:jTTrgr'-- ' ',''-?,,. ' "TTT TTT- -, ' n-i iw3ijwTtrti)i..,fM a -. MTT7Jgcj j HI" rt ' - '" j jui BCg--gt j-p , , , ,-j fmJT TSIm T-r-. Tf T ira VB .3rft ir : -v w - AJrJK.'J!t'' xaa ?v. zsrt JfiCO:9JIa WCCUiy. r - - ja .- &vc BTX3SUGEB & MOORE PTTRX-iSRED BY CEUGER & MC E TERKS. sswcwos, p u v."fg?,:. -a w T 3 ,.f - II - x UU single piper, " ) 13 'ovrciil -will be given for subscription'' A'DTEaTisiNG, IM insertion, - .- F IJS"- I 00 4 00 -ijbc; SiandsaDsequeniinsc"" 'If -. -niT.:..1 nnnls ach insertion, - 'Anaouncemen'. ol Candidattsper anno, 10 00 Adiscount of 10 per cent, on th abore.rates will be made to S&bSSS by the quarter can do on iheioUowii," terms; Per 4 squares, with the. pr .ilege of X?ffiy&res each week, per quarter, $40; 5 square,, chaniingeach week.oO; 6square3, changing 4 each week, 60. 4 Ml " AU advertisemen...

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

V-3 N THE SDGAR CRORi?I?OM 6-gNB AND BEET "DndertthistheadjiHiheTHayanaHNoticioso gives observa- lions usefulta-the sugar planters of .Cuba, from which we extract the following : In the Teign of Henry the XV. aboul Jwiceniuries and ttjaalf agq,sTigar-was.so scarce iirFranceHtharrhe apoth- SaiessoJdiitJjywihejounce.nLfa pricocqual,tov what is ifqw given for guinirie. In the year 1700, Ihe consump- tion of sugar did, no exceed 2,17.000 lbs, annually, which, was ahoul.lTdqnces per .head ihe population then being aWitlO.OOOjOOO. The great -consumption ofsu- gar dates only from the 18th ceqtury. In ihe year 17-89, 49,910,000 pounds were consumed In Franca alone. -jo 1643 the English commenced, thexulfivation of the cane-lnBarbadoes, and the French in the island of Gua- JaloupeV -sin 1750r the total exportation of the article Jrom the-British West Indies wasa0,290,000 pounds be- Ingaout one-fifth as much as the presenf export. i4s'"i837t there-were in Guadeloupe, imd Martinico, ' fti jnil...

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

X ii 5T S.v ft :v r 7, & rv rfc. - & ; j ? - .then thejultionnagbol allibf VeisselaTdrnierJy employed " nHhJe inland trade of Galveston, the.Jtor of th CiviT- . . - -. ' ' . ' .,. iftaiaTn3upfli3.TJ03aana cries "KirntiEisN wicn.. awo.- From the Morning Star. u- .& been, 4STUE combination. Th charge has frequently art - -ijL..t . A-jr. , 'v. . . made by ifte Iroyhe .hxecutive, that the depre- ciawm of thft'Sicht-quer bills was owing to the coriibma- rirnsibrmeafby the merchants of Houston and Galveston. Alllougriith,Tschar5e'has1repeatedly been refuted, and no evidence adduced bydts authors to sustain it, the', still with theirnost brazen effrontery, repeat it whenever it suits their -convenience. The editor of the Brazos FarrneF, which kiay'mwlie regarded as the organ oi the Executive, has latelym woven his charge in two different -articles, pub- HsKefl in two late numbers of his journal: He merely jnakes the charge without adducirigvasing!e evidence of its authenticity-...

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

f . wm armrinHiraBii'-"'"" i i i m-r n '.rvTT PPf.N I JTCrUBUJCW PB-rQUS 'OUBRENT. Corrected weekly, Xor me a exes-, BY. JOHN SHACKELJjUK-jj, jh " ARTICLES- 1 &P " -Remarks. ALE-& PORTER, pr. bU APPLES, - do BAGGING, Dundee, p. yd BALE HOPE; per lb. jlentucKy .Bagging, -Manilla, - - - - BREAD, per lb. Pilot, -Navy, - - - a " BUTTER per lb. CANDLES, per lb. Spemr, CHEESEper-lb. s - -. COFFEE, perlb. - -CIDER; per bbl. - - -CON, per "bushel, - -COTTON, per lb: - - -FLOUR, new, per "bbl. -FISH, per bbl Mackerel, No. 1, - -I&rrin&fer box, - - Cod, per -box,-- -GLASS, per box, Window, 8 by 10, - - 1 mbv 12. - - FFFG GUN POWDER, Terlce Rifle, canister, - - - -IRON, per ton, - " Sweds(J z - - -English,-.'- .-, " American rolled, ' -do hammoreaV - -X.ARD;ffrb, -',-- -LEADper 100 lbs., Bar, LIME; per bbl. - - -LTJMBELR, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - - MOLASSES, per gallon, .NAILSa 20d, per lb. --OILS, per gallon, Linseed, Spermr POTATOES, per bbl. PROVISIONS,...

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

ffip -& jgKBHWQ?iii wm "WEBSHiS-S im advance. r"... 1 il., I'll i!iwt t '' ib Til' --sb-ebbe lB&S'H'ED BC-RTJGER & -VIQQ.RE.-1 TEH MS. m.. Kifftsr.rciPTin. T12 '12 months or 52lmmbers, w -on r - Sooa .jjjsm-Ui ,! ft. -jM -05 - 3 oa j -jtt 3. et single paper, - - " J:t f"4r-"r ." ?"T' . nersauare, S-l 00 00 50 -- - - standsubssquent insertion, - -..i,. . -t.is..-i oi ach. insertion,- - ... nrr . 38 3T AnnouncemeJicol Candidates per annon, 10 00 -&iisCoantof.lO percent, on thebove.rates ll.be inane to' - I heriSj on all le-ral .notices. i 1 MnlSroofadvfiKisingAjtlieuaiter can do so on .heJoTTowin terms: Per, 4 sqqarewith the privilege !of colSg 2-oafes each week, 5pV quarter, $4u5.squares, cliaagiaa3cch;gk,05 Scares, changing 4 each wee All adverTUeraents sent without w"tt3nsirnctions -will un- 1e. soo rer forhTdTUrinserted-sixTnomhs, and chargedaccord fiTo personal advertisemenLsnvill be inserted upon any terms. iVo creditwillfe givenjo any transient advertise!, tinde...

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

jvgfc -,v- - .. p-jl f w&k & y from depositing its eggs oa it.jrj4.nyiotfaenTieans, wnica gAvould-esciadhey-AamraHagcessojihe-meatjgsuchns: VimS VS. plasterm " nffor.tnirl: . leyerVgBQ'l yournopatt until-.you nave use.fofi.it, the ,. fly will doyts.igs-iadhewoQndsrrfrhfhdiof'minQ lost number of hams last spirniejjr, consequence of Jus AVffeV.ti?rustingja knifeqlo thenUo ascgrtalp tbeirtquality. j 3o,pesJjye3meaei, a smoke lipu.se should he dry, it xoomycool, dark,, and yttsufficently open to permit a free. emulation ofjiir otl'er wise your bacon wjllbe soft, -daropand-rancid. p this account wooden sjnoke-houses aregjTypreferablejtOjthosecops.tructed of brick or stone, jltisfgreat, sbut Wry prevalent error, tQfSmoke bacon in damp weather for by smokingjj at such. Reason, the "swcailuchsthen collects in.the meat, andtwhich has apecufiarisnuslinortastf!, is driven into, jr, and dried upon it, anjLJmpiTrs it flavor. , Smoke only'n dry weather. . , If your bacon is well.cured, "t...

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

N S5L fMmt -"IMP SSr4 -&!! j&wk ia 'Sv- reive families have tecentIi:cuioedfrDro;ihe,vicini- ronzales into ashingtopjcounty. number of Chinese who have teen iulchered,is tect arffom 15,000 to 2Q000 ! ! A.CapiamBing- n sfficex whohas servrU j'tt. Ghina, since the com- ment of the-xvar. has published a book on the'sub- jhich abonruls widi the' most frightful accounts of arra bloodshed. Besides" tBis large number of E..J. t r,.-t. i- -r ..! i iut uutvu ov onusn actus, vauu d.-su-vs wiey imv i bout 1800 pieces of-cannon, witn an Immense-quan-, ,iue otner materials ot war I xncir iavy, ne as also "nearly annihilated." king oFthe slaughter at Ningpoo he coolly re jut 12,000 (Chinese)' advanced upon the southern iestera gates, -lheg:uards retiring before them? On nnese penetrating to tne mantel place in tne cen- tbe city, they werereceived by a heavy fire from jps fravn up This-sudden check so damped par, that nheir only object appeared to be lo.gej fce city asjast as theycould : i...

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

& 3pS5&0 SMS CTJ RRE N T. Corre:S.edtyecldy1.r'41iq Teicgrapli, VM! jmOHJN SHACKELFORD; Jb. 3 - - ARTICLES, AE & PORTER, pt bbl: "A-PHi .ks, ao B AGGIHGDundeetp. yd 3A ROPE, -per lb, Kentucky Bagging, BREAD? per lb. Pilot, -, aOTTERiperlb. - CANDLES, perlb. Sperm CHEESE,"perJb. - -COFFEE; per lb, - -JCmEB&Qet bbi - "- GORBfiperLushel, - -. OTTON;perlb: - - -FLQURv new, per bbl. -FISHerJjbl. ' Slacker5l,No. 1,.- -. HerringJ perJbox - - C(oHiJp0rbc- - - -. GLASS, period Wandowf8byl03 -iH , 10'bv 12.: -- - PF-FCT- GUK' POWDER, perlceg. - - Rifle, camber,, -J - -. IRONer Jon, -- :.- Sweeds,--:-r - " '- - ' Engjrsb- - - " -American rolled, dor 'baramoted, - -LARD, per lb. - "- - r LEAD, per HJCU&svBa liUHEeEbilV- -. -LUMBERerffeet, .BoaTdsfyeljgw pTne Tvjufe: do? - - tMOLASSJ3fper gallon, " per gallon, Linseed, POTAbifs, per bll PROVISIONS, per "bbl. Bee&iNo;if - - - - .argo,.- JBorkmesv r r acnr&o, K - - - Baconfbams, per lb. - - I -j (middlings, - SAL" per s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 January 1843

W - ii t B IKS, 1 J or $7 at the cjasi of the year. 22&S&g&-$c -in advance. ;H 1, S'ufjlvshea w'ec&ly. g CRPGJBR & MOOBjaMMw ' HOUSalGtN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1843. might have been this evening, had I not driven him from Ifather to save letter postage me! xiow tender he was and how kind to-brin? abook: Tmlicntinn nf the. YOL. yin. NO. 3-WHOLE NO. 370. scbiptios, per jy LOO 50 IBLISHEDBY CRUGER&iTO- TBRffiS. ;Am 12 months or 52 numbers, - j" R it oc . - 4w 3 ?! - -I SfflJ sincle paper, - - - - -f l0 No credit -will be given for subscription, a I LtertIsing, lit insertion, - - per square, p WJ ivtH Milviuinant mcarlmn V -' -l CXUU OUUJUVl tUOk.t..tWl., . - Political cards, each insertion,-! - - n nn liscountof 10 per cent, on the above rates will - rfla(Je io sons desirous of advertising by the quarter caj do so on wing terms: Per 4 sqnares, wnn tne ptviicgt w 2 squares each week, per quarter, $40 ;5 squares, ; 3 each week, $50; 6quareo, changing 4-ach week, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 January 1843

Rairas of the Officers of ihe Navy for servi- Wtore rendered. Most of tberu have been for some rs in the service, and in consequence of the depreciated xjf our currency, have been but indifferently paid. It 7 is but Jnst 'therefore that some provision should be made Dytne-governmet lorauose wun wnom enpniay tie in ar- rears. I -have the honor to be Very Tespectfully, Your ob't serv't, T ' M. O. HAMILTON, Acting Secretary of War and Marine. TAc Revenue of England. The accounts for the years and Quarters ending 5th October, 1841 and 1842, have just appeared. On the year there is an increase ot .355,081, on the quarter a decrease of .67,473. On the year there is an increase in the Customs of ,171,278; in the Post Office of .165,000; in Miscellaneous of -477,S03. There is a decrease in the Excise of 733,- 448; in the Stamps of Si 39,711; in the Taxes of 62,- 1233, and in the Crown Lands of 1 1,000. Most persons Jiave been looking to a great increase in the revenue for the. quarter, on a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 January 1843

t-! 1?. "5K r!Sfli;iPi'- V L,f5ifc, , U-,- - - . " '-"- v. .affiMSfc 6- -J gentlemen from this city veije- persent, and many also from Harrisburgand the vicipity. The festivities were kepLup to a late hour, and jbe guests returned highly nleased witfrthe cordiality and&iodness of the hospitable entertainer. Star. From the Washington Correspondent of the Houston Morning Star: Washington. Dec. 25, 1842. On Saturday the general appropriation bill was under consideration in the Bouse. A motion was made to in- sertl00,000 for the protection of the frontier lost. A motionSvas then made to inserf$60,000 lost. The'Tnll transferring $4,80K) of the $20,000 appropri- ation, was finatly passed by both houses, and stnt to the President. Mr. Lawrence introduced n bilnn the Senate to locate the seal "of government at Washington, aud to accept of the propositions made by sundryjndtviduals of this place, tendering lots low, &c. reaa isi ". uum uouses uu- journed junfil Iff o'clock Monday mor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 January 1843

"s- IUJ 'fc.-VH.ggfl f -HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. Corrected redely, lor tlie Telegrapli, hgY JOHN SHACKELFORD, Jir. ARTICLES. ATJE PORTER, pr. bbl APPLES;" do BAGGING, Dundee, p. yd BALEOPE; per lb. Kentucky Bayging, -Manilla, '-----BREAD, per lb. Pilot, - "Nayyi BUTTER, per lb. CANDLES, per lb. Sperm; CHEESE, .per lb. -COFFEE, per lb. -CrDERer bbl. -CORN, per bushel, COTTON, per lb: -FLQTJRFnow,perT)bL FlSH,per.bbl. Mackerel. No. 1, -Herring, per box, -Cod," pertbox, - -GLASS," per box, "Window, 8 by 10, -' - a0by12t FFFG GUN POWDER, -priceg Rlfleitanister, - - - -IRON, per ton, - - -Sweeds, - - -"".--English,' , - - - - - r American rolled, - --do hamrriored, - -LARD, per lb. - - - -LEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar, LIME, per "bbl. - - -LUMBER, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - - MOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS," 20d, per lb. -OILS, per gallon, Linseed, Sflerm, - POTATOES, per bbl. PRpVISIONS, per bbl. Bee?, "No. '1, - - - - , cargo, - - - - PoxfcpasesSj - - - - 'cfirgo, - - -Bacon,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1843

.f J ... -iz - - , - . , . , .- . .y - i- V . 43 glBjgwi mwm,w.mS!s& m V - TJ8,I&ffl-" in 'aarance. Published Weekly or $7 at the end: of f lie year. VOL. VI1I.-M). 4--WHOLE NO. 371. HE CRUGEE, & MOOItE. HOUST OJN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1843. A tumrii ir i iim!aBMiMVSk frSfi&rjP-l l-a A 1-Lai 1 t k V 1 ! vIFltl !yi 4r 4 ca l ! 1 &( Pi tJ?a ySNmfIMH . r , " " if -- , b -. - v " m .. , .- - -T"g? f i -1 ! T - " ' iVf -'-"- ..' "?. ' ' III m r h i PUBLISHED BY CRtJGER & MOORE TJ3 K Mf . Sobsckiption, par 12 months orj52 numbers, j . " G " 526 " - i u "3 " ,13 " "" " single paper,, - - - - inVo trediLw be given for subscriptions. Advertising, U insertion, - per square, $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 St ii- 2 aci subsequent insertion, " - - ou "- , . Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 " - Announcement olCandidatesperanno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff., on all legal notic-s. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1843

"within the Republic, and'reqaireshejiext Congress to meet arsuch place as theTresident may design to, provi- ded peace-is not established within 5 months with Mexico, in thatcase they are to meet at Austin. Nothing is said in IKe bill touching a seat of government, and consequent- ly itis left where it is until" another Congress sees proper to move it. There are some doubts even about this bill passing the House. Mr. Oaldwell introduced a resolution this morning calling on the President to state what measures, if any, jhe had taken since the convening-of Congress, to move the Archives from Austin adopted. We shall soon see then the truth in relation to the 150 armed men from the upper country providing to take them vi el armis. j For ike Houston Telegraph. 1 ' The third session of the Texas Annual Conference oi the" Methodist Episcopal Church was commenced in Bas- trop, on Thursday, the 22nd ult., and closed on the 27th. As there is a great durth of news at the present time, it may...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1843

r ? - T r r-v aeaaaw "fcaaw & ntBaassBBmssaEss . -jfeStf - Oil I. tn i -...! wZcA nPT tKatr I trrrt Kl m ran vjiueiuuu, near wjjiuw,iiuuwm"u-'.'vl""'"""",Si but on their return from the coastiwere intercepted by the company 'under the command j?f Col. Owen, and the children recaptured after a slight skirmish, in which the Indians were completely defeated, and iied with great precipitation. It was supposed, at the lime, from the fuct that the attack of the Indians wasjnade simultaneous with that of the Mexicans, that they were acting in concert. But we have recently learned that the appearance of the Indians in that section, was as unexpected by the Mexicans under Vasquez, as by our own citizens. It appears that when the advance-guard of the Mexicans reached the right banlTof the Medina, on their way to Bexar, they dis- covered a large body of Indians in the open prairie, mov- ing stealthily down the stream; the Mexican officer in command, ordered a charge to be instantly niade, ...

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