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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 8 July 1852

a r. • V S' > . -i' ;-cw-K< '. A r / !** f# • <4 i THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGEK IS PUBLISHED or; TIIUIIS I) A Y Sy py D. C. VAN D F ft L X P T E EST 3 : St*8s~upnoN:—Tk:: ! joi!, ¡«- t v^r.r i"-nr'"' - ina r. ai' I'.-r ix ■ r, Vi-.i; v -five c-'tu*. A D VERT I S E VI ilS TS—TV; v v> i n,« r • rt or.c uuiiai ai. The F.fti* Noiaintcs. T' o announcement has already been i made to the country that W infield Scott \ 1 and Win. A. Graham arc the opponents of i Pierce a d Kit.jr. in the present rreat •-.".1 ;r cru.va-- That Ssott i.- a mili-; tary chieftain of the finest ability and Forsra or July.—This day was noted, in this citv. bv the irivin of private din- • • «• O O í ners; the people's reflecting upon the mo- mentón-? occurrences which gave birth to its celebrity, and contemplating tiiC r¡se. in^li its gloom. the progress, in its unes- (Correspondence of the Ledger.) Ixduxola, Tesas, June 29. 1552. Dear Ledger: Ido not know that von Telegraphed io the New Orleans Picayune. ARR...

Publication Title: San Antonio Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 8 July 1852

\Sv Pt0?3 An European correspondent of tlic ^Ua California, writing from London, say si: As to commcrcsal matters, tlie main question seems to be about the rapid accu- mulation of the prccious metals. They talk ¡here of abolishing the circulation of five jjound and smaller notes. The Bunk Vienna. May 28, 1852.—The following ; Spiritual Rappings.—Some of the curious article appeared in the ministerial | clergy in the Eastern part of the county *• Presse" yesterday morning: • (Ctarke) say that they are inspired by the '• If it is allowed, on the other side of spirits, and that their sermons delivered tac great ocean, to bi not only a common out of the pulpit are not their own. but foul, but also a political one. it arises from that they are the instruments through the fact that the primeval wilderness is so; which the spirits operate upon the mass of near and the civilized world so far. | the people. We understand that these of Firrlon.l „f, ♦ -i i'i'ere is s.ill room enough in the fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 8 July 1852

I MW HER lit CABBAGE TIME. A DETCH MELODY. BT SLOCUH SLUGG9, ESQ. I saw her first in cabbage time, She was a-cotting crout— She'd stop the cotter, now anJ then, To tarn her head about; And as she'd salt it in a tab. And staznp it down awhile, Upon her red and rosy lip Kepused a witching smiie. 1 law her next iu winter time, • And still she gaily smiled; Fur there, upon the" cooking stove, Her grub was being biled. Around the huge and greasy pot The steam came pouring out, And from the smell, I knew that sha Was cooking "speck" and crout. When next I saw her, in the spring, She smiled not as before ; A heavy weight was on her heart— The crout was "all no more." The pot fche used to cook it iu Was eaten up with rust; The cutter hung upon the wall, 'Mid spider web and dust. I've seen her often since that time, When all around was gay— When others laughed and talked the moa: She'd frown and turn away. I've watched to see :t ray of joy, But watched, alas ! in vain— I never hope to see he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 19 August 1852

BP mW m & m iSsrtSKSasr TOIi. HI. iDcuotcD to SVgticnUtirc, ittisccllann, jtiter ature, information anil lije Jntmls of % State. TERMS $3 PER ANNUM. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, AY* AUGUST 19, 1852. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE It. HEWITT Hewitt &, Newton, 0. a. NEWTON. Attorneys and Cc - San Anton ounselors at LaWy onio, Texas, ILL practice in the Texas Cour Fourth and Second Juuicial ci in the Supreme Court at Austin. BÚ°ine„, ¿tnmri * >mptlY ftnd faithfully attended to. The^ Will also give their prompt atten ton to ,e collection of all claims entrusted their re, and will act as General Land A0-nr . October 9, 1851. M U S. A. WHITE. J. ASHWOBTH. S. A. White Sl Co., ECEIVING, FORWARDING ÜÍD COM- MISSION MERCHANTS. INDI ANO LA TEXAS. R1 ^Van Derlip & Jones, Ittormys and Counselors at Law. «AN ANTONIO, TEXAS, riLL ATTEND PROMPTLY TO ALL BUSINESS E.vrnUSTEl*.TO THEIR CARE. J. A. Settle, RECEIVING, FORWARDING andCOM- miaslon Merchant, lndianola, Texas, Keeps constantly on hand a general...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 19 August 1852

SjMflftitP- T f * THE LEDGER. O. G. VAN 9EBW. Editor. petftt, lature, vides * ©wr—- y u OFFICÍAL JOURNAL For fublUhiSf the laws of the United States- Tflli1 SAN ANTONIO. kÍdat, august 10 180 2. |^f J. s. ACcxawder is duly aihoráed to act 4s agent for «he " San Antonio Ledger," during hi* journey through the State. CjTThe present number closcs the connection of the undersigned with the publication of the " San Antonio Ledger." Professional engage- ments, which I am not at liberty to decline, re- quire ao great a portion of my time, that I can- not gire that attention to the publication of the Ledger that its patrons have a right to expect In transferring it to other hands, I hare not been unmindful of the interest of its subscribers, as it is placed under the direction of a gentleman every way qualified to conduct it, with credit to himself, and advantage to the community. Mr. M. Bocbke, will hereafter be the publisher, and the services of the gentlemin who has con- ducted its column...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 19 August 1852

/ ' Gleanings from our Exchanges. J. F. Johnaon of Sevier county Arican- te haa raised two potatoes, the joint Weight of whioh ia two and three quarter pounds. There are now 8500 miles of Railroads in the United 8tatea. The rerenne of the United Statea from postage ia now §5,000,000. The imports of the United 8tates last year amounted in ralue to $151,000,000. t A- single thread of a spider web contains six thousand filaments. Twenty-seren years ago, in Parlamont Lord Stanly said: "Good heavens ! what do you say t If steamships cross the At- lantic, I will cat the boiler of the first boat!" Austria and France are bent on the dis- memberment of Switzerland Thu receipts of the Erio Railroad last faonthwere $300,000. Th'3 death of Gen. Jones has caused Lient Col. Cooper to be Colonel and 31aj. Thomas to be Lieutenant Colonel. It is proposed to effect telegraphic com- munication between England and Ameri- ca by submarine wires, via Iceland and Greenland. How to Lay Off a Square Acrc.— M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 19 August 1852

* Tf «P*. -w V watching. No English poem that we know of fire* ao graphic reflection of Eastern night as this. It is exquisite. Sleep, lore, slaep! The dusty day is done. Lo ! from afar the freshening breezes sweep, Wide over grores of balm, Down irom the towering palm, In at the open casement cooling run, And lotlfta thy lowly bed, The b d of pain, 9*P Whosoever hates hi brother, or sister, is a murderer; for be will be one if he hare an opportunity. Young persons hare need of strong Caudle Sauce for Plum Pudding.— Make melted butter, and stir into it a glass of sherry, half a glass of brandy or rum, a little sugar, grated lemon peel, and Bathing thy patient head, Like grateful showers of rain, They come; While the white curtains, waving to and fro Fan the sick air; pityingly the shadows come and go, With gentle human care, Compassionate and dumb. The dusty day i* done, The night begun; While prayerful watch I k ep, Sleep, lore, sleep! Is there no magic in the touch Of fingers thou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 2 September 1852

i * ' J 1 TOL. ra. jfltooltfr lo ^grictilarc, laiscdianji, Ciicratarg, General 3nformation an¡> % Jtotemts of lije State. TERMS $3 PER ANNUM. Hewitt 8c Newton, Attorneys and Voiitoselots at Law, San Akto.xio. Texas, WILL practice So the Texas Courts of the Fourth and Second Judicial Districts, and in the Supi-crtie Court at Austin. Business entrnSfd to their care, will be promptly and faithfully attended to. Tfcejr TV HI also give their prompt attention to the cólico lion of all claims entrusted to their bare, and will act as General Land Agents. Octol<er 9, 1851. 20-tf SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1852. NO. 15. II. ill INVARIABLY ▼ANnr.bi.ip. ira p. jones. b. c vj Van Derlip & Jones, -fittbriieys ¿end Counselors at Law, SAN ÁN+bNiO, TEXAS, VviLL ATtÉNp PROMPTLY To ALL BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO THEIR CAftE. QcloberjtJ83fc — - -- QO-tf B. EC Edwards, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND GENERAL LAND AGENT. -SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.— l::I A. Settle, Receiving, forwarding awocom- missio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 2 September 1852

i se THE SAM AKTOKIO LEDGER IS PUBLISHED OK TfajESDAYS, AT THE OLD NAVARRO HOUSE. TE&M8: SUBSCRIPTION. —Three dollar® a year, invariably in advance. For six moDths, one dollar and «eventy-fire ctnts. Ifoaeihecrlptioa discontinued until all arrear- ages art: paid. ADVERTISING.—One square, one inser- tion, one dollar; each Subsequent insertion, n.ty cent . Hall" square, one insertion, cejii#; éaeh subsequent insertion, twenty-five cents. Ten line* constitute a eoiaff . All transient advertisements must be paid for at the time their insertion is ordered. Subscribers may remit money by mail at our risk, if enclosed in the presence ol the Postmas- *r. • . r Political circulars, and all communications oí a private or personal nature, will be charged at the same ratea as advertisements. No communication or advertisement of an abusive character trill be inserted in our col- umns mi any terns. Postmasters are authorized to act as agents, and deduct 10 per cent, on moneys they remit. AH l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 2 September 1852

í? (Communicated.) r l wiah jmx would | 9PMCI by their 1 y in offering aware ;*nd this oyster- rivilegea—scant at Jra t Jfcry 8 f.m ytm are well about a. league or ao .from reef riaes on the ocean wave Harria «- Morgan's take4n>—so called by the mér abanta receiving goods by that line. Mr. feditor, that saucy jade rumor telle a sad tale for the prospects of Powderborn being Enabled to compete for tjie terminus in December next, (i is your title funded or tettled T) unless something is speedily done for their relief, like the one reported, nud which ia confidently believed. I-think they sijyabout a week or so ago, the pre- liminaries of a contract were entered into between ifer-Lavaca company and the SfSmTof the jraftferfiorn assnciUMM 53* A portion of the Whigs of North Carina, hare nominated Webster fer President andOraham for Vice President. land the alluvial deposite from Oallinipper bar in the vicinity of Powder bom, thereby enabling them to get a foothold on this terrestrial...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 2 September 1852

1 -/ K lv ir . .i mi Letter trim Intetia Flirt, áikbg "GmuA' I eoM you, dear Pa, io my last—■ Oh no. I believe, I did not— T be thing that ana sits dova < writs, b tbe very thing always forgot— Bat now I #01 tell, and perhaps That I did'nt before is as «ell, F jt until we decided, you know, There was nothing especial to tell. Aid 'tis only a month or six1 'T was the night I wrote you about, When we walked by the silvery beach— Was that walk from my letter left out 1 O, then I have got to go back; You'll, excuse me 1 hope ft the slips Of my pea—when a body's confused, The pen stammers just lice the lips. Well, the party that went out with us, Had left us alone on the shore— I ronder'd they were in such haste— ' 'Twasatrfrk never served as before. Aid we stood on the bank and looked down, I n silence long—long on the sea— 1 stean that I did—his dear eyes Were fixed all the while upon me. O, thrilled with a feeling all new, Por the beam of ths look which he gave Sank deep in my soul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 9 September 1852

1 ¿jM- 0ff .- Á YOL. III.* Ocuotcii to CVgricttltut'f, íttisccllanii, TERMS I*ER ANNUM. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS,^ flewitt & Newton, j. a. s«ttic; ECE1VING. forwardlng and COM- ¡Attorneys ami Counselors at Lair. -T^ " TexaSé b.\n a.\'ro.\lo. i kx..sj k«ps constantly on hand a genera! assort nfttet *\"y7"ill practice ¡í¡ '.ne i eísts'oonrn of the oi Groceries, Liquors, Provisions, Ship > fouüh and Second Judicial Districts, CXandUry Crockery, Siddliry, ml in th" Supreme Co art at Austin. | 4ft Iv] and Western Produce. Business eatrowd to tTieir car v will be j :—— ——=-j- 3 ,'p:omhjv and laiiluuliv aitetiued ;>•. ¡ v*co« • 3lclieiee^ 'J lie y «ill also give futir prompt attention to j 13 ECEIV1NG, I OR \\ ARDIN C and COM- fh< collection of .*¿11 claims fcn:rusted to their. -CV mission Merchants, care, and will act as General Laud Agents. j October 9, 1851. 20-tf 1 i> 1: vandkeup, iha p. jones. Van Derlip & Jones, Attorneys, and Counselors at Law. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS, ivil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 9 September 1852

i :||SC V } 999 na cas AHToino ledger IS PUBLISHED OK TBC&SOATt, Í. AT THE OLD NAVARRO HOÜSE TE1HI: [ON. —Three dollars a^yca:, in advance. For ux mocífcs, cae dollar and seventy-five cenia. > Nc subscription discontinued until all arre ages are paid. ADVERTISING. —One square, one inser- tion, one dollar-each subsequent in.-^rtioi, fifty cents. HaU i^fbare, one insertion, fifty cents; each «ibsequent insertion, twenty-five cents. Tea linas constitute a square. All transient advertisements must be paid for at the time their inseition is ordered. Subscribers may remit mon<v by mail at our risk, if enclosed in the presence"oi the Puattnas- Politieal circtilarsiaridi Mftmunication* of M private or personarnatuffllwrlft be charged at the same rates as advertisements. ^ No communication or advertisement of an abusi-re character will be inserted in our col- umns am any terms. Postmasters are authorized to act as agents, and deduct JO per cent, on moneys tney remit. AH letters mos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 9 September 1852

i 1& V •V . gleanings from our Exchanges. K|- Within kftlf* mile from the town of Lagrange, a*j« the Texas Monament. « raí a able cotl mine has been discovered £3" Fine scuppcrong grapes are raised i Galveston Island. * n / f 4i Í I M About thirty persons made a pro- • f tiuo of religion, and joined the Mctho- .* "..st ehnrch daring the late Camp Meeting near Ruttersville, Tetas. The Galveston News says, that out of a population of three hundred thousand, Texas has abont thirty thousand iohabt- BCJ* The "murrain" is making sad hav- oc among the eattle in Western Tennessee some farmers having lost fifty or sixty head. Id" The deaths by cholera at Rochest- er are about five a day. id" Two hundred Sunday school teach- ers says the Galveston News, are much wanted, immediately, in Texas. They would find good employment, and wages equal to what is paid in any part of the United States. EC#*" Eggs form China, put up in large sized jars, are now retailed in San Fran- tacts over twenty-o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 9 September 1852

!■ ■ ■ v> r ymgk V- m: ws& V- mm- — Down in<lbe deep, Darkkolcs I keep. And tbtíJP, in Ui« noontide, I Scat and sleep; Bjf the hemlock log, ** And ihe springing bog. And the arching alders, Iljciacog. The anglers fly Comes dancing bv, Bat nevera mom< nt cheats my eye; For the hermit trout Is not such a lout, As to be by a wading boy pulled out. King of the brook, No tUher's hoo* t Fills me with dj*ad oí the swea-y cook; But here I lie. 51 iP Shall I ¡¡tile And laugh a> fhey try; I bile their L ait ! No, bo bo—aul I. If you wish to btionie lowsfririUd to a bore. Yawning i as eaisy caught as lob- sters. 31ilton tras asked by a friend whether be would instruct bis daughter in the different languages ? To which be replied: "No. sir. oq& tongue is sufficient for a woman." 1 The slang phrase. -I won't do sipy,tbin£ &e,n is now politely rendered. '-under e most incomprehensibly conditiorfs of blioarv disarrange menial cannot be j compelled to have recourse to any di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 23 September 1852

H 1 7? miíí mr&o i tHíüotcí to &gvieultarc, íltiscellanii, Citcraturc, General 3ttformation anír tljc jínícrcst of tlje State. NO. 18. J TJJRMÍ? 83 PER ANNUM. ' . BBWITT. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1852. INVARIANT,Y TN ADVANCE. '* I sb 8. ft. NKWTGJt. Hewitt &. Newton*, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, San Antonio. Texas. f'ILL practice in 'h* Texas.Courts of the Fourth* and Second Judicial Districts, awl in th'e Supreme Geurt at Austin. * *• Ru«iness*entrurttBd ty ^¡cifipare, will be promptly and.faithfully attended g. Tpey' wül atsc^give their prompt aUention*to |hecollection of all claims entrusted to Iheir car*:, anfl will a^t as General Land Agents. ©ctobe*9, 1851. „ * 20-tf . - ^ |>. C Vj $JW.RUP. IRA P. JUNKS. Van Derlip & Jones, Attorneys and Counselors xit Laitf. ■ SAN ANTONIO, TfcXAS, wllj. at.tk,m> 'pkomptxy td all kuslness ENtni'sted to the1b CAKE. October 9. 1851.- 20-tf V- ' "" ' * W ' " " ~~ " • R. E. Edwards, attorney AT hA w. -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 23 September 1852

THE SAN ANTQMIO LEDGES Extra Session is published er: thcrsdavs. j The State Gazette seems to be some- AT THE OLD NAVARRO liOffE. j what-relieved from its late suffering, and indulge? in the prospect of an extra session of the Legislature beinir called in the latter parttjf the ensuing winter. 6ueb , mi event i always gratifying to a " State Powder Horn aid Ticlaria. The Victoria Advocate assures its rea ders that the project of a railroad from^ that town to Powder Horn is no joke, an<\ says. speaking of Sun Antonio: matter quite soon enough for them. ,, , , , , We are clad to hear that they are in prmi-r. a cfass who are alwavs actuated . , t . , *. j eaAest upon tbe subject, and they cannot Tfc R*M 8: flíBíCItlPTIOy.—ThreeTlr.ll.-irs a year 3I.V3IÍ,'. iy in advance. Fur tix mouths, one c<*r+iir mi| «eveuty-üve -cvnJ*. ■ícnpiiun discontinued until al! arrtir- a%< a repaid. Al.) \*fe4tTIí*INfr*. —1 One «piare. one i*;«- í¡ .j o:tr dollar; each *ut>. '.'i-.it' invrriion, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 23 September 1852

\ . - Gleaniag from our Exchanges. Coiatíxoéoro 8te%rart of the Ú. B- Maty Srtis recently attacked will* an appoplectio %t at hie fira^Beer Bordenton ff. J. bat Do the 15th «lt, a deptttttefofc of four- teen ehiefe aod bravee of the Saeeand Fox Hribes arrived a* St Looi#, en to route Waahiflgton, tp aettle come búiaeu with Jlie Government. Yoang Keso-knc, the ^rátftiíef of Sace, end Pdw e cheek, greet chief of the Fóxes, are amon| the number. A son of Black Hawk also accompanies the 'delegation. George D. Prentice, Esq., of the Louis- ville Journal, ia. mentioned as a candidate f®*" Congress, to succeed lion. Humphrey MarshalL ^ movement is on foot in Kentucky to erect a suitable uioniftueut on the «po«. where t^e remains of Henry í)iay we're de posited. It is contemplated to make it a national aSair,aand air opportunity is now being presented, or will be afforded to the citizens ot every State in the Uuioe to con- tribute to this object. . ^ Pardon Brouwiow, in the laaft number oí ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 23 September 1852

;i*n£ié-j: J*f-IfM KÜZP iU S1JEP. -i" 4<*lio WOCÍ-U «'iLK tí>4jTKftt, MliT Eií".? . It üMfí hc «í-rjl 1 h >rp« íwl'vard, -feifc* w indrtrhir 4 t V ; H^tr tn'tl tiftf í%«* fl' liW fo ilMl lliwt rfsoimd'd WiiV *k_ ? Horn • í-oli^epu it« («tur the b aafl— :>>¡lfe> of tmtiHn*** rhaiit tli« aowg— ljip i i ttuctíiy u(ul l" iv< r M ¡kctlv. >¡ stroiií! J IK'<í li?a 7- 9 lilw'ff' ititich forwatti; If fop tin"-', <-r ti.rt. í. t k, lTu tmJ i li ><K k> fftó j >.- Íí C ttfcile tuofi iutj u|"-« i '- Kr-j ju ít* j>! Mr good Plight' •'< M iHt Standstill, ti-ií s oi« il as H < í ; Not quile *ui«- bul b i tíreftffiing lüfiirf «it> rno íiiV ri j> í *N«>th ií^ «r-tod," he ? y«, "con Unue Fvtxft tais ecdle** moving «u; ADCÍ-'I.I btws a¡ i! iijíiimám. Am <kcH ¡¡i , r -ite gv;r; Wfw ru--¿¡t!{,' •. !! to ruin, U un o:ir u> í 'flr w f«t g!ed w i) s.' " IV tufe bfc sfiK.'ik-. a ibous iuii w¡¡;' i>, A a lite tocan <>¡ * ■■ uiiii.eu) —...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 28 October 1852

'. v " ; /-v vol« ra. ¡Dcuotrí to &gricnltnre, íltiscellann, Citeratu«; C|enBrál ^fór^átton ánb — — t ■ — — 1 , - " . •' *-t,*¿.y . • . ■ u?-rf^-— terms $3 per annum. san antonio, bexar coijnty, texas, OCT0B£Kp&, A__^_ . , r - i. t. hkwitt. Hewitt & Newton, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Sai* Autopio, Texas, WILL practice in the Texas Court* of the Fourth and Second Judicial Districts, and in the Supreme Court at Austifi. Business entrusted to their cart?, will be promptly and faithfully attended to. They will also give their prompt attention to jthe collection of all claims entrusted to their care, and will act as General Land Ajjents. October , 1851. 80-tf o. newton. ! Geo. 8. Menifee &. co,, d. c TAKDSRLir. ika p. jones Van Derlip 8l J ones, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, san antonio, texas, will attend promptly to all business entrusted to their care. * October 9, 1851. 20tf " R b. e. Edwards, attorney at law, and general ijand agest. —san antonio. texas.— An...

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