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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 10 June 1843

aSíESSfc mí lli rkmei pf ^lio An The uuraber of founder, Poulon for 9rest®ir r baujjtw^* «a ;>! Mill '¡í V ,u-: :, : . t : : Fair, « PJVfcJHH-, BgfePffl [lhward, went to bea from Harnptdn Roads Baya since, with a fresh breexe from the south- feet-, and It is believed that ehe has nof' been heard 'except opee.—As ijjere were some very heavy ales sooo after her departure, great fears are enter- ained that tibe baa been lost. vrU to France.—The Boston Daily the import of American pro- tkBlhat uc'.b iníoTTlnco appears t? have excited moog the agriculturalists of that country, A late uu«.b«r of the 'Auxiliare Breton,", remaiksthat the alter now engages the attention of the Chambers f Commerce of Morlaix, tnd that it threatens the ag- culture of thát píirí oftbe^country1 wHIt total ruin, he Americans are introducing into Ft ancq butter, equal and superior to French; lard, salted provisions, ■wax, clt®er-seed. and, in fibe, all products ot Brittan- ny, and deliver them, With the duties ...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston City Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 10 June 1843

rsa*. JrP**, wmm:'v ■ ' „ IP - i \¡¡¡&SÉB¡ J to the flglit, I dhi ffne sd off td .bwzó 1U lqntszutna, and our little be ' ÍiwsKm*immÁÉm t> í'hjpte^fcij'a t(ie v ar9pflf ua ln «-.y « I Hit' KaVe ionTimmerÜeÁa J00r to belive ti to the be bad ¿nd coi ^Itid to ?" «ble¡w,^étertaijr>,t0 a Céntíinty> bu all aré.of board,theii wq,damaged tba wachinerjr of idajqllipo Very initially., One thing ii> q*rtain< i enveloped in her own steam for a consider- WW?** ■ . ■ . tartly dbigned togivo us a shot, although we kept Up Mllny brisk Aré On both; About 2 o'clock, one or Our, en was blown to atoihs by the gun at which hp od. engaged. He was ramming home the cartridge- the captain of the gun not seeibg him the tótizsíje, - áred1; "imd; blevtr thfe man to pieces. From ,j3 o'cjook, the áfitjon became ¿efíeraí and very hot. The Commodore, received viveral ehot in hté hull and bulwarks. . At 3 the steamer* hauled qf£ and tbe Commodore, having received a shot between wind and water, wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 24 June 1843

¿ak&fcpvu m ¡k TABUS ii give it a, name; r ' ' length ( * nr. pusuii^, üVBUK/íWJKDN(;aUAY S0'p r annual pa/able wilhiiMi $10 a/the end oT t'hi . ir'iin I a #5 per «mm* in fWffcflS ADVbRTlslNfl J)ne squarn, one' dollar lor llie first inaer Abfuqiienvhaertion fifty cent . Eight line make Mwgpmf' IP" J 'l|twr ortíusíiie ! of the office must be post p«id or hny willUjii b« lii|*n out riPthtt'ptoM Office. C^K-0®bl'yti'«/iti(i t And, other pntmnnger. and Hnnowncir incnis.'« oan.lidutSafur office, are considered and churgtid as ad. verjti'nfn^a. J t !' ' IEF Marriagit/ntl obituary notices of more than three line#, itf gedis advnrtisment . pÑÉSDAY, JUNE 21, 1843 «DENTpf tHE «E'PÜ&fcfíi' wjáf reived,! lanHitfl&jeátyls Charge d'Aftaires bear this "Gov- i ""a' 'ou,!ltfed upon a dispatch he- had received k'orílfter.AJujasty'a.Cliarged'Affaii tía in Mexic*>,ati- Miii<(vg ft> this Government the fact that tlie íJwaÍj, ,Ú °',r domestic,qi¿ap$)jQifl0g|| htwMeXico would forthwit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 24 June 1843

y. i/' Jañger ihat we Will to either England or Mexico, and |iiit« as little, at pretext, that we wq shall be annex* «fi WUoinj^Statea. Mojtof usbave seen elsewhere tbo many of tha evil ariaingfo lajfle states, with sec- i¡onal¡preju(]ict« and qonfiicting interests, to desire a connection with any such Government. u. , The sue does not thine upon a people possessing a aj-ger abare tít comfort and contentmet than are ncgsr enjoyed by^tbe rural population óf Tetas. In oulr TO i ■"" - II bere- du* >*$ 4 m J ^8fewp: r . W *g, and . X^r Wfls yvei t m^tn« ^flou' tí y surprise, , te citizens. t « ""00 , .tfe.JP.yat .... jmmmS* met, then in session, tier l' wii, ina-ítate^lfom ■y exposed to attach fro itti, Rumors, as usual rt, bad for two or three eiyy, the character - iver.nqnbmit^eT' of t.be H.lh. tno citizens •/by. the cry thut the enemy wi impulse rushed to their - as tii&M eyerj right 1 „ or robberB. So soon ofi regular Mexican force iuthil extraordinary aud ed the place, they ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 24 June 1843

.•rí y M¡ J i ■ ' ! loans pripts without furl tier com ÍOWÍ thai (lie patriaeie and kind tbese extracts, were induced bf private and interest; arising from highly «ñaurabie and il interfeusnce of the editors and peir friends, in e promotion'and support of measujes calculated en* "% to defeat our Executive, audio destroy a ne- gotiation so^uppily concluded-—th/people will judge Qif tbemsefres vmat weight ought/ be given to these ■"where (he o-liuni, attempted 10 be ought to rest. or ^*as. we franjny confes . our sympathy iafas; We bSgiri Xo believe the country "is not cracked up/o ba''—th t the feeling 0f grat- <>r favors hvishly besuwed by the United ¡a remarkably slender—thus its gevernment •|j coutem/tible—that th« majority of its peo- not fit top free—in fine, ve believe that Tex- resume ift proper position when it ceases to ridicule upon the name of "Republic" by claim- and ao^in becomes an integral portion of tho ico.t—Tropic. | i. President of Texas, has had an ao-' fami...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 24 June 1843

* Í.Vv,É mt . ■ , ssexiisrgktstt Pffw "®2HíJ ciw |o ■1 SKífi HOT# ■ sfi :4f- *r¿; < We ww make the rearing of poultry án important - " «aineaa, to maM a«y«ei^eu.ive - S "Ml na ahould not lay near tnoai them, a* trouble will most a nzmwmm. „ ^ 3. Boxea for hena to lay, or set ih, are beat when placed around the lower part or floor of the building, rather tbau in tiers above each other. The front part of tfie boXea ahould be partially closed, as fowls. on tfceir n68t dislike nortee. 4, Hons might escapo small vermi<l by having their neats on the ground, but eggs will rai ply batch well in Chut position. Straw 01 hay should form the . . . prevention of vermin we have ever oi of sand and ashes for them to selves in at all seasons. We have ñever fowls, injured by vermin, that had access to .Xes; and if provided with these, and Umestoqe v*I, they will be rarely troublud with the gapes. n*e kept poultry for thirty years, and have nev- to ourktiuwledge lost a fowl from this disease. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 1 July 1843

' '■ w ill! r\ tlj THE CIVILIAN A ESTABLISHED IN] eUTEU BV JH. «TITAKT. PUBLISHED EVER* WEDNESDAY AND 8ATÜRDAV. At (8 personam payable within six month after the time of subscribing—or $10 at the end of the year. Also, published weeklv, foi the qwintry, at 95 per annum payable in advance. ADVERTISING—One aquar«,one dollar for the first inner- tion, each subsequent insertion fifty cents. Eight lines make a J tfr D" AM letter on business of the oBce myat be post paid or they will not be taken out of the post office. CARDS of steamboat and other pansnnger. and announce- ments, ofcandidatesfor office, are considered and charged a« adi IQ* Marriage and obituary notices ol mora than three linea inf length charged as adv«rti*ment«. — ' • - . ■ WEDNESDAY, JU NE 28,1843. ■— j ! ' — The super-sensitiveness of our New Orleans friends or the score that TéxaS may be induced, in order to obtain the aid and succor of Great Britain, to sanc- tion some scheme for the abolition of slavery, should be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 1 July 1843

PI th.er be and then be spliced a Ml* of^dp^ut • ~ wD order fri Texas, and to round*. ing rumors which are The members of the Galveston DoMi pnaparijhM P* will celebrate thd approaching fcnniversa) Declaration of America** Independence dist Church, the ceretnouiei to hefeln it 10 ó Ap Ode will be spoken, the Declaration read, anu an Address delivered'upon the occasion, '1 he atten- dance of the public is ■ requested. Tbe Schooner Mary Cfáre arrived from New Or- leans, on Thursday, by which arrival viró toe iu pos- eessiun of files up to the 24ib June.1 The paper* however, contain nothing of parti cu- lar interest, unless the apparently threatening atti- tude of Ireland and England towards each other may be regarded in that light.—Threats Ofcoeicion from England ai>d expressions of defiance .fcoTrt O'Connell and bis coadjutors in the cau6e of Repeal in Ireland have been made; large numbers of English tioops have been thrown into Ireland, and from the^ mena- cing tone of {hd "parti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 1 July 1843

Jr / e frightfa! m toe per the every day view in Port- 1 with thorns, log-wood, pera, that obstruct the roads end tHtttniserj S* of negroes. Tí frite*,. ri e country tid etiormuí oyifoe *led l^ete "PéifL .„.,SJ|P ....WHRKM ._ ie is wo -cultivation. The staple commodiiy is ser, «nd lb«#rcduoe diminisheé so rapidly that^hi iw ywKB * vKil caase emifely.", k late,English publication informs us, thaf'tbq tal,laws exacting labor fell into- abeyance, t,he ne- >66 wont back into tbe .indolence tbey loved d«ar- tho land went out of cultivation^ produce and auifering equal lyy and all branches of Gov- rteiM have fallen into confusion, and even the ar- rhich samutli depends, is in a sad state ol liaorder." Inferior,' Ordli i íwO«_: C0TT01 — t!lV**f .1 wf. ■ The Dying Camel.—On this road we passed the skeleton of a Camel, which now and tJieri happens in tho desort. These,are poor creatures that have pei- [ished with fatigue; for those which are killed for the sustenance of the Arabs, are car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 1 July 1843

REPUBLICA DE P0AJ5L Jcom , him, and drops him when be arrives at required to fire frojrf'. Their harramen ai tlemen or yeomen (as we should denominate •11 well mounted, and their baggage ponies can man- age the bill* better tbab.our cavalry horses; in fact the Afflghan horses seems to me to" climb about with as much unconcerned as goats do. As re- gard* pistols we aré on ajpar, as moat of theiis have Seen presents from the PoshaKliaua; but«heir jueaile carry much further than onr muskets, and whilst they are out of range of out- fire theirs tells murderously on us." "J often bear the Affgbans designated aa cowards they are a fine manly-looking set,'and I can only sup- pose it arises from the British idea among civilized people that assassination is, a cowardly act. The Affghans never scruple to use their loug knives for that purpose, ergo tbey are cowards, but they show no cowardice in standing as they do against guns w without using any themselves, anil in euiuladirtgand taking for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 July 1843

TJK CIVILIAN ESTABLIS ÁtSs8por 4nrium VfD BÍ H. Sl'l'AUT. v wednesday* and saturday, payable within nix months after the timo of at the end of the year. Alio,-published ry, at $5 per annum payable in advance. —One square, one dollar for t|)e first inser« insertion fifty cents. Eight linca muko a Át$3 per aiitfu tiubacribing—or weeklv, foi theci ADVKltTlH tion, each nub; square lO® All letters on business of the office must he poet paid ot tbéy,wi!¡ nobfe lafcen out of tho post office. i . ... CAJM>S it steaiiihoat and other passenger, and nnnounce- mentffWi crnJidtttesfur office, are considered and charged as ad. vertixmenl*. , ' ■ '' ' ' (ET Marriupe and obituary noticea oi more than three lines in length- charged as udvurtimneiiti. . WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1843. , - ay,- u..,., «—,——-———/>•'<,ry—.j ■iv.fi—r~rtr It is bad policy for a country engaged in plancyig to' publish, in ad vaneé, facts goit.g to sliotf1 a large increase in th$ amount of its product of cotton. The' law ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 July 1843

?i SATURDAY. JULY 8. 1843 t0Hr^v • ..... í¿iú I Bod. Jesse Grime is a candidate for the Senate for the District composed ctf Washington, Montgom- ery, and Brassos countiea. Col. E. Gray ia a candidate for ^opreapn^jye from Montgomery coupty. APPOINTMSNtS BY THE PRESIDENT. Hon Wm« Henry Dainpeifield, Minister Charge d'Apirea lo Belgium and the HanseTownq of Qer* "'Pwrre Brunnet. Esq., Cousul General for France. Johshua J. Crooswyck-r-ConsuI for the port of Rotterdam. Hei.ry F. Fisher, Consul fqr Bremen. Dauiel D. Culp—Notary Public for the County of Harria. „ , ¿ Simon. L- Jonea—Notary public for tip County of Ban Patricio. Samuel W. Wyhi ants—Collector of Customs for tbe District of Aransas. John Q. An4«rsoii'—Diatriet Attorney for 3rd Ju- dicial Diatriet. Peter W. Gray—District Attorney for the Qth Ju- dicial Diatriet. Peter Mac Greal—Diatriet Attorney for } t J^o^ C'*wKTh. futuraon—NoIMJ P ""1 for lll° for "-4J ** Ward—Commissioner of the ojHaiÉU %4t t I -Uffi. ant respects, excep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 July 1843

. ■ mm & < 3¡¡M of pufcr, «h^ifigs. rags, iiTjfacturer in this It was faund that pei s of Aroti Burr, of subjects, le I, btiefs, letters Com ha ff ilio age, ihe papers c ÉÉ' W* COB consigned to a pa. ity. On opening the >ur of them contained ing conespondtmce on a opinions written oat at the most distinguished of important wills &c. In risipg almost every subject in the way of that extraor- our cilizena procured from the the papers were strewed about rould uatu tally ly man. Man of the vessel, leek, original Otters from General Washington, lemen of disi/bctioh in Europe, private'.corres- lence. jcc; (*oe-gentleman told us that he picked iíeed,*vsVn morís than two hundred years ego, h conveyed alkrge tract of land embracing the on which the city of Albany now stands, for thp ie ot about 880ft, 'the deed was drawn from the lian'proprietors, and contained the drawing of a !° turtle on its flúi. Couriosity soon becamo ac- abofut the city Wth regard to thbsa papers, and iny...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 July 1843

<Mi- WW* ill '•fe: ' •&M ü« i ÜSÍiig -wonder# idttW yaJpHTTiBr land.' Thé boy kicks oft" bis diapri and l'rock, and jqrapa iolo valf skin boots and a long tail coat. He exchange the nipple for a sugar, and ifib sugar tit for a quid ol to- bacco. is eitlior bubj or lady. Slie makes one jump fioin bemurpu's ai ms into her husband's, and of coutse is ^'finished." The following is the cw[iy ui a momoiiai to the President of'tbd United Stuuie, now in (,.r:*a Mutcbuuts' Keading room at Boston lor uignutuioa: MB MORTAL. The undersigued mercbi^V* t>ud others, citizens ol the United States; some of whom ure extensively eu gaged in commerce With the Hdwuiiun islands, and all deeply interested1 in the po¿i¿i<¿jil, civil, and xeli- gious [.rosperity of that nation, have bet rd, with sen- tímenla of sorrow and indignation, the news of the late proceedings ou the' part oí <L6i d George Pbulet, commanding her Briíanuic MajÓiffy's ship Cat rysfort, terminating in the provisional ces...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 July 1843

I i y >■ ' '; :• i't CIFIEIAN ,VKt> } IrtM ou 't . ESTABLISHED iff .. j.iJL4r .^,r. J -lilL—tL. „ ..... „ KPITKD BV II. 8TUA«£T. PUDLISllDD KVEHV WEDN(280AY' AN6'"SÁTURDAY. At$>4 per annum--payable "within six months' after thfc tim :of- subscribing-—or $1(1 at the end of the year. Also, published' weeklv, foi the coiMilry, at $5 pur annum pawftfe ymdvanes. A0VKKTIHIN(3—On m|iiarn, one dolliir fpr tb^f.rst.irwe tion, each subsequent insertion filly cents. Eight line make « ' square.. *" *' 1 O* All letters on business of|he office must be post paid or th#y will not be tuk'en ont.of tho post ollioe. . !• • C Alt!)!} ftf snminhoqt and other passenger, and announce- ments. of candidatesfor office, are considered and churned a" ad. vertlsuieuts. O* Marriape and ohitnnry nntioes af ttio.ie ihati three lines ifi ength charged as advoriismenti. . 'i. WEDNESDAY. JULY lfc, 1848. •:fff . 'I ! f" " ".—*■— TT- r rj-T "7" Tbe steamsr Sarah Barnes hove in sighf yesterday evening, just as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 July 1843

✓ 15. 1843. SATURDAY. \ \ The naval vessels Austin and Wharton, under Com* niodore Moore and Capt. Lothrop, with Col. Morgan, arrived yesterday from Yucstsn. The volunteer companies and a large concourse of citizens fumed out to welcome tbeir return. The whole of the Mexican forces liavu left Yecsteu —the last having gone off unexpectedly in the night. We were unable to learn a;iy additional news of im- portance by thié arrival. The New Orleans papers contain some statements relative to the breaking of the levee aud overflow of tbe MiAsistippi above, but of such a character as to leave us in doubt as to the amount of injury which baa ensued. Much cotton has been, uo doubt, des- troyed, but we doubt whether the quantity will be sufficient to have any effect upon the market. . A letter! 'rom Rodney, Miss, says— "I b$ve no hesitation in saying that more than 50,- 000 bales of cotton.have been lust by the overflow, Mid if the river continues to rise for a week, to come as It lias done f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 July 1843

nam the night of such a body of men—ministers of religion prefering conscience to principle, leaving behind them an establishment associated for centuries with their own and father's earliest religious reminiscen- ce and prejudices. It instructively Reminds one of the fine ol3 Roman matrou'sexclamation:—"A gravo in Rome would better please me than a tbrjne in Antiuml" } 1 A writer in the Franklin (Attakapas) Banner gives the following as "a simple method of propagating any favorite fruit:" "In the growing season, in the spring, cut a ring of bark one inch wide, around a limb, and cover it with moss mixed with earth, about four inches thick, Cover this well with several doubles of cloth, to re- tain the moisture, and occasionally wet it. Roots will put out and tuke possession of the earth, 'lhe following November you may saw off the limb below the bandage, andirtfrthsplant it. Tho next year it will bear.frpjt in k¡At¡." ili«r£ Riots in Canada and Collision with the Military*—We learn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 July 1843

away as nuksb value itt om« Tlie grtfawr thb help i« tbe¡ ...... •ortroeut, iliat iá,\ the richer tha niirfcbant the potter for all concerned, the moro the laborara are stimula- téd,1 and the "Witter they are rewarded, the lera' fluctúa- tion theie will be prices, ibe fewpf refvakj-wn.f.m buainest, the gieater certaiofcy ibore will PP™ " ,HP veatmelils, and the more certainty leward lor every Bpecies* f industry. It is conaidored by some as a good ilovicft in poli- tics to excite prejudices of one class ayaitist aiioilier, . íbis is indeed the ia.vorilB resori ofiieniagftgues, who 1 caring fór no interest bué their own, are ready to stir up dissentipna to the injury of «all classuss in the community, if by any moans they m iy gain a tempo- rary advancement. The old fable of the stom.ich and the members might be remembered to advantage, if evident facts are disregarded. In respect to the operations of pomoierce, however, and ¿he functions of merchants they niay bó better compared wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 July 1843

MlMtfKfifi •: V*! HE, , CIVILIAN \ np GALV^STOiN. TEXAS. SA' ' , I .I > BY U. 8TVÁBT. WKDNKBOAY and saturday nnum pajable witbin *¡x monfhs after the lime or , -or ll.lO at lite «lid of the year. Atoo, published weekly, foí the coiíntry.'at $5 per annum payable in advance. ADVIJRTIBING—Oiie square,one dollar Tor the first inner- tion, each subsequent insertion fifty cents. Eight line make • cquttre. ' •" >■ jcr;" !l letters on bnsiness of the office must be post paid o not be taken put of the poat office. Wi _ ,T CARDS ofstBainbiiat and other passenger, and announce 'wwta.of canJiilatesforoffice, are considered and charged a ad> Vertixinents. , . O" Marriagw and obitnary notice ol more than three linea in I infill charged as advertUroeuU. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1843. Ilotpital Tax.—A. F. James. J, P. has decided that the charter does not allow the 4corporation the righl to collect money of passengers arriving in port fur the support of, a hospital. This power was only Implied ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 July 1843

1st m |5ci j bu , fro./t ihe character of his publication, wc sro at a losa to determinó whether he is io eamut or not. SATURDAY, JULY 22. 1843. I E-r I! K "1 1 v W f ' I There is no news of interest from iho interior. The Supreme Court has adjou-ned, without decid- ing many oftherr.ost impartaut cases on thedocket, in consequence of some of the Judges present beinjMw- tereslod, aud there being no quorum present uu<Jput them. TliO I'resideut was expected at Houston on the 20lh« The people of Milam Slid Robertson counties have been holding public meetings, but not at the solicita- tion of stump, orators and mock heryeff. The object is the impDvement of the navigation of the Brussos, by the removal of the obstructions, at low water, between Washington and Nushville. It is believed that this can bo dono by a very trifling expenditure of labor and money, and the completion of the work will bo equally advantageous to the upper und iow- or country. • We expect shortly to see the cotton...

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