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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 April 1844

if í iff, Dollar* and htlTdtUui ItilUM and half gold. m. ..^wuiiUMuualiu uu. , ... .. slave so apprended and delivered, in addition to the auna specified, aa aforesaid, the furthejr eutn of two dollars for every thirty milea ho' may travel in going to and returning from the residence of said Owner, the <Ha a rice to be computed over the shortest rpute trav- elled at the time, and to have a lien upon' the slave or alavea, for the payment of the tame, aa provided for in the first sectiou of tbis atu Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That {be provis- ions of tbe second section of this act shall extecd to persons apprehending runaway alavea in any part of the Republic, provided, said alavea are delivered by tbe apprehender to the owner thereof, at bw.or ber residence. Sec. 4. Be it further enastad. That if no owner appears and claims Baid slaves so apprehended, and . _ the eame be sold onder the • ymteaiHaiee, which shall son or persons apprehending such slave or slaves,'tbe rewaid pres...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 April 1844

m Cotton Manufacture* qf South, CV<#WJ.*-Tbe fol- lowing is extracted fiutn a communication w lb« Cbarlwton Cuurwr CARDS. Auction, Commission and Forwarding House, roar Columbia^ tho F«tf* f#r, np{|C undersigned having commenced businea on bit own ae. JJyson, in Bump- C0(IBt iB ,£ of tf0U„0lli wM Mttlld to nj oonaign- ' ~ menta entrusted to bia «ra with punctuality and depatch, toge- aa may be required. r; Wittiamr' in the Eastern part of the State, and several in the upper Diatricm might be mentioned. Of these 1 know but very titile; but on a late visit to Saluda, I learned some particulars relating to that one. This factory is beautifully situated on Saluda ri- ver, three miles from Columbia, and is worthy of • visit, ifóiily to admire its romantic scenery. The ni ! building is a heavy one, of beautiful Granite, four and a half stories nigb, 800 feet long and 80 feet wide. There are six thousand spindles, and eighty looms in actioo, and the hands mostly ne- groes, oie here cons...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 April 1844

* |i<4 nwititfi ►ais I of Iba yedr. Also senate. Advertisements inserted one* a week* I fttr eacfciniertlon. - i"t>vg *.nT *k HX All letters on business oftheofflce roust be po«t paid or «• «• onl «f the po*t«foe. ISBKarsar tininimdiitii mr A¡Utrw(t« awl obituary notices ol more than three lines in iwr i V t JXJ U.l".IJLU JLJiJi."MP^BPgggB ,,, WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24. 1844, . Tbe District Court baa been, adjourned until Mowaey neat. w .4Í ' Á/,A' *" * ' l„. '* mmmmmm \ ' Gen. Thompson, late American Minister to Mexico, has re turnad to the United States. v iltuMoatton -v-Th* Neptune,which armad on Monday, brought nothing new, of a public character at least, In regaid to annexa- tion. The newspaper* of the United States, however, continoe to be illedwith spícalatioaa upon the subject. The opponents M CIVIMV'HRIIV lis irwnaf'«ppewr more ippreiransi nre than they did at the last accounts. % *' •' n"| A letter in the New York Sun, dated Washington, April 9th, «ft *''. {, j i;ii '.1 ,s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 April 1844

1 i *, Ir .11 I I I í ■ 'I tí m I . i i I H 1 koffCxchequ f 27, 1844. ippniTTlIL'P.I JWfn W ua^HnpittM GlIVMtOD Cn«« t*** HwnwwBI ti issi mfcny (mt¡ oartnd aftsr ttelM etM*y. Th* Pra M«m ú ■till ti Haa*tott, *ud will ramio Uwr* ¿Mil •lt*rtbe «rrriv*! ol ib N*w YurU. . . ! We i|if*r (írpai *0 «niela in the Hi>o*to Democrat itol the Prc ideni doe* no; deeign to appoint CommMMooen to proceed tu Mexico, or dqow it proper lo inahe eoy further orertoree at preeent lor a float paeifloalton will that oouotrjt. A letter From Woahiogton City, written by Milton 8t*pp, «• Lieut. Governor of Indiana, eaya—: "I hare had eeverei intenriewe with Almonte, the Most- ean Minuter to thie Government, in ralati u to my atphew who i* a prinmroTwar at PeroU. In the count* ol'our eonveraaiion ho rom rhed that the Tesion prieonere are kept, iu order to force 0 raleare of Meiio4U prieonere now kept in da very on the.plan, wiljou in Tow.", On my remarking to him JbeU | had nnder- etood that the Mexican* wer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 April 1844

"p Mi ■ í- ri I- i m # ■ " « ■ lírhi. of biU iif liM b*Hld bwrau « fmiw- «trade' efueiou of .y- iia\] n tu 1478, be «aya. * great Bombard that bad boon cum at Tourj. was brought to Paria, the Monday bo* proved, and waa fur this pur- i fields in froutoflliC Be# tile pointed towards Charentoii, andwheirfiratfired threw tbe bell aa far aa tbe bridge of Cbarénióte but aa tboae present did not think that it >«d J^areed all tbe powder, they ordered it to be re-charged and the chamber perfectly cleaned of all teatv««rtaiufed< within1t, Which* wee doue; and au trou bfdl weighing five hundred weight, put iuto ill mouth, before which atood John Maugue, the foun- der of it. A# «he ball rolled down the Bombard, by eom* unknown accident the powder in the chamar took fir«'before tbe mateb waa pat to it, and by. ita discharge tote to pieces John Maugue and fourteen other pel cons, whose he&d , lega arm*, and' bodies were blowuiuio the air, . ¡. The bursting of tbe bombard maimed fifteen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 April 1844

protperHy of f Gwrt *4/ftlw UW'J towbrdo liarrasaeil by Itfé 2sr « conataatly cbaraétor; •ft'oiixef lawless frontier are broken up—the trails I ad rant ago, j>re of war, cotrftisú be trada which roigbt be-carried im with mutual evented, and every evü which a state ion and uncertainly can éntaFr upoo f country, U inflicted upon ours. Texas has concluded a peace wilh must of the In- dian tribe? within bar borders, and expects in Au- gust to eflkct a pacification with the whole. When this is accomplished sha will be enabled to diiect all her enérgica to the war with Mexico. It is now near 1 j three years since the intervention of Great Britain in this matter was obtained, and it will soty be an en- tire year that the three friendly powers have, in sep- rate, thougl^nctfrted, action,. been endeavoring to inpHoe Mexico to a pacification with Texas. This in- tervention ó ft he most power/uf nation* of Christendom ] fought a pacific policy, u has bean thus far entirely unavailing. From ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 May 1844

1 br a stort. 1,1 ' — PUBLISHED B*RV WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. At |rf|ieriiiuij/ payable within six months after the time of subscribing—cr jpIO at the end of the year, Also, published y.for the sountry, at $5 peranniim payable in advance V ERTIjrtNG—Une square, one dollar for the first inter We war* obliged therefore, to afjtha e given it a high character. tbi. onea. us we CQu)d with the for I had o a atoi . * 1 Ibíífo week i ADVfctcriwwü-une square ¡oh, each subsequent insertion fifty canta. Eight linea malea ertUementa inserted once a week f 1 rquare for each ertion. per square O* Altfettera on bnsiness of the office mustie post paid Or they wlH not be taken out of the post office. CAitUS—of steamboat and other passenger, and announce- ment* of candidates fur office, are considered and charged as ad- vertisements. QTMarriage and obituary notices of mora than three lines in loagth are charged as advértismentt. , WEDNESDAY. MAY 1, 1844. . Annexation.—We belive that we have beeu able,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 May 1844

I? 5 TURDAY V i, 1844. Ik arrived on Thursday i. Oí leans, with paper* from that city fthe 30ib ult. Nothing has reached us by thU^rrival altering the ••poet of tho absorbing question uf annexation. The new* from Washington city ia to the 22d April, up to which tinte the treaty bad not been, that we can aacer- tain. presented to the Senate though there ia a report that it went inupoo that day. There were -several member of that body atill abaent, including Mr. Ben- ton,'Who ia, however,noticed as having paat Cincinna- ti, on hia return. Mr. Rives' had gone to Virginia, Mr. Berrien to Georgia, and the place of Mr. King -bid not been filled, though it ia probable that all the . abaent aeata have been occupied before tbia time, with the exception of that of Mr.. Nilea. Accounts aa to the disposition of Mexico upon the subject of annex- ation are contradictory. It ia atated on the one band tbat Almonte baa refused to liaten to any proposition for obtaining the cansent of hia government,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 May 1844

Ir Is I ■ R .3 m .TON MARKET. . April 89 184«- Ivsl oftbe S teamer'* account out* a mod* acted ta-day in Cotton, tbs mIc« huving •*- * ** u"'k t u steady at our qota. S itt 1:3 74 a 8 W .84 9 a 10 104 * — f Ot*ing lo the non crate bu*ine e wn * nearly reached 8, Uüli-. eoTToy—LiriRrooL CLAlinoATio*. Inferior) Ordinary, y i. s j Middling, y s 1 I t t Middling : : ■ j Fair, / '• i t Good F*r, it; Good'a^d F'"®- 1 i , NEW ORLEANS MONEY MARKET. N*w OaLtasa, April 89,1844. SPECIE. Dollars and half doliere Dime* and half dimes, American gold, Sovereign , } . Twenty frano piece*, . Doubloon , Spanish, do Patriot, . < London, 80 daya . 71 <§ 6J premium Paris, 60 days,, . . 5f. 274 @ 51. 32J do. 15 55 EXCHANGE, New York,Sí days do abort Boston, 60 daya, Philadelphia, 60 dnya, do abort Baltimore, 60 daya, United Slates, First Municipality Second Municipality Third Municipality. TRXA8VR1T ¡8, New Orliait*. Dank of Lousianna Gas Light . . • Mechanics <fc Traders' . City. . * • • State ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 May 1844

i ■ir "' A U Easy lo Spoil a 8on.—There we few that can bear die hand of indulgence without Injuring them. In «ir country in mutt instances, thoae wbp are to be great aud useful, matt make themselves bo by their own exertion.—and often by a very vigorou effort. f ten, the «on who feels that he L bat bis father is rich-will relax bis ex- loos. and become poor, whatever may be bis oc- cupation. There is nothing so destructive to the morals, and we niay sdd, to the peace ot any community, as the neglect of parents, rich or poor, to teach their sons the importance of being early engaged in some active employment. Too many of the citizens of every placé, under the influence of false pride, suffer ' their eons, after quitting their schools, to lounge about the. public offices and taverne of tbeir place of reaidence, rather than suffer them to engage fa some important branch of mechanical arts, or foice them by dint or their own industry, to seek their fortuues in other pursuits. Nothing i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 May 1844

p • % 'Ifrn? •.(«.M-hii-w, i ¿k.muLJa É^ee^V'itswwwii .F-VSwJu ■' ^ milrfMiiilliil"i<Wt'i— HWr*r •* • •« ~i) «!& % •■-v'"':- i J ,'. ,, SATURDAY. ting the <JOI Al#a per tMium payable Within *i* months subscribing—or float ihe mid of the year. after the time of >ibing—>«r 4)10 at the end of the year, AUo, published weekly,for the oouatry, at f5 pat annum payable in sdv'anoo. V ADVEHTlBINfi—One square, one dollar for the firat itner- iou, eac|i mibuMjueni insertion fiAy'cents. Eight linea wake a aquare. Adv ertiaeqieutainaerled once a week fl ,psr square ' lO^AIl letter* oabaalneaa of the office must be poat^paid or (bay will not be tnkep.oi*./of tha post-office. CAftI)a-of steamboat and other paaaenger, and announce- ment oicimdidatea for office, ara considered and charged aa ad- verliaeniaiita. A HTMarriaga and obituary itolieaa ol mora than three hnea III -.losgthsre charged aa sdvartiameuu. baa been baa led to the piib|i«f from Texas between Texas a than it appears...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 May 1844

HP y, 'JW.'WW^.WWIÍIII -1 1. 1844. SATÜRDA tirsday lag* I eiwr. with a eargo of one J sf morsbandtse, «track > easriiig id ihle por* and "leak, which, ^buufh apparently trifling al Cm, had In. eo far a* "> 'hraaien la «ink lha vessel, when off* Iba Thro* Trr*- ®'íht balea of eoiton were then thrown orwhch enabled her to reach thie port yenter- ¿luy muru-'K- She bad sunk to her deck, and the whole cur- (o wae/uV*r*(' w>'b water, eo that the cotton remaining on buurd «*qy,aearly aetauch injured us that thrown overboard, of which (lha latter) thirty four balee had come ashore yesterday morning, and it waa e*p ctod that mo*t of the lemainder would be recov and. The bounce of the cargo, principally hardware, waa the property of Mr. Doe, and ia to Mime extent, though not aerious- ly injured. The U. S. frigate Potomac, Com. Connor, from Pensasola,arrived off Galveston yesietday morning, and sent in bar launch. i he United Stafc- ; tfcal hi asnea Teaaa wilhMeiico, would tub The U. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 May 1844

:*v fmi ÍM I % I •ss ! I 1 1 •...«. y: "X ^ 'Afc& iciw.—Lieut Mot. roe, who killed Culuuel Fewcett in ft duel in England, haa been cumpulUid to íy hi a erttontry, and consequently has been if ruck from ibe rdfla of the British army. In a letter ad- ...... dressed to ft friend, which was read iu the House úoatt of Commons, be Says with great feeling— ••1 will not attempt to describe my own most unhappy slate of mind, since I have been forced to fly from my country, my profession and my bo- loved wile, children, father, mother, and relations; but those who have known roe from infancy, and my gallant comrades, can conceive what I have suf- fered* 1 had a happy and a contented home—my utmost and constant endeavors were diiected to per- form, to the best of my powers, my duties to my God, to all men, and also as a faithful subject to her most gracious majesty, and now 1 am a maik- ed and wretched exile. There are seme characters whose bias it is impos- sible to calculate, add on whos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 May 1844

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 May 1844

I I 1 - W V m: •« jalf* «¡¡¡¿I ' i 'iSte-* i¿?SR '«Í & % - .fl -jll fMIW'S >1 |-t<> ttihua IUÚ 01 TFwrr «1 IK crwiwff -asm IJBDAY. yoqr. AI«o work* liaveJL |igoffice ®Wt l5«i jjic.^riaettSSfi5BSS t■ s * S@@Sli v-wea-m 'mm* .. *.©RYwGOQDlS, i HATS,, S H O ICS, & G ROCE Rl Bfci ai<* UST rttN* pprfctMUM# Neptune A dm NeW Orluant, Liu «hbMVe • «P <éen ll>rt*W g; !*f.o«a!fl <lt>8, 'C"aneodi Summer Ctfms and «'Mifttf, \INwt *w( 'Hflt«uh?OI«per/ Graofr, 'Tlflkiiigs, Lintiéi i (¿keek, Domestic* &c. Ac, t> -Ladies- Kid'Slippers', OiMer llootaartd half B ttftaMMiM Hit*t*l*bk*rtd'arftUe. '* V~*Y**tk OlidMS. CilTty Combs, Weeding Hoás, vti>oúght HiB- ^ m¿0,{"* iilditfui o'Aa Wj <ti ' WmÍv f>? *.« «>i5uJíwf u «m,-ofV'^ij *.¿i: Ali80k 'v:t *s'd ti "m n *b m twi" ftfcfU#hp fiwFleur•<!>"• '¡ ¡= ,,iJ'•• fchtow tad « . 75 kegs Nulla rfr:w.^-•«••««•• &\\5Ur TWWVl m tho.-Jibuti enna Pruguea ma. ' Alsi liuklurde Phy io ,1-jsiTFi :i .V«; Ota' i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 May 1844

¥ v ■ ? (•Ilia HU •d m«ti M Washington oily, ímI sidsr the prospect of lbs completion i An overture has no doobt be«s nd sent to the multar, in which cih il , , . hat the proportions ara of •«ah aoHttscter V «o «" <> they will be rejected a oon a* made^ « CaJ*. SUweJÍ of the U. S. frigate Potomac, off this port, ant whore on Monday evening wm received by oar citixops with gruetj^feeure. The Potomac is now ibe Bag abip of the home squadron of the U. States, end ha on board Commo- dore Connor, who we hope f^Ujfind inconvenient to do oor rising city the honor ofjfvisit. | We hate not, nor aba we shorty have, room the publication of the letter of Meaaia. Clay, Buren.and Benton on annexation. Suffice it to say Mr. Clay oppoaea annexation an «to; Mr. Van pronounces the measure eonatitutional, bot ona should not be carried put without the conMinl of all partiea. Mexico, Texas, and the United 8ta¿es¡ and Mr. Benton declarea it both constitutional and deaira ble, but not now, though it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 May 1844

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 May 1844

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 May 1844

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Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 May 1844

9 IWM SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1844. Gen. Houston addressed the citizens of Galveston on Tuesday eveuiug. His remarks were general, and confined «^vindication óf.hemaic course and pol- icy of bis administration. He waa eloquent, grave, and «musing by turns, iudulgihg once or twice in a sirain of good natured irony which was highly relish* ed by the crowd in general though it appeared to give but little satisfaction to.gome. A slight interruption occurred, growing out ojf an allusion to certain becrei societies said to be organized upon the principle of political Bud personal opposition to the President. Several voices in the crowd denied, with a good deal of vehemence, the existence of such bodies; but order wai promptly, restored, and it affords us pleasure to •ay that some of the leading and more influential op- ponent of the President were among the first to preserve order and decorum.^ A meeting was held here, a few evenings since, persona styling themselVás the supporters of Gen- Burl...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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