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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 March 1843

& THE laws HkFJHE sessibnbf Congress ending 1841, arenowoffered for Vf sale bylhe subscriber. Also for sale, all the Laws oi Texas previously passeaanu me smunta. uuuuuttouu- as,"!!? English and Spanish. These can be furnished in bound volumes or in pamphlet form. uov -2i vyt-AU ' GEORGE BALIyGalveston. s Fkuit Threes, -Seeds, &c. The subscriber has JL'for sale every variety of garden, field and '.flower s"cds; Catalogues or which may be "bad at the tore. Assorted boxe or the West Indies, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas may be obtained; the tinds such, as -answer best m those climates. GEORGE C.TiTORBURN, 257-if z . - 11 John st. New York. OFFATT'S Vegetable LifePills.Lee's Bilious Pills, and Morrison's Hygeian Pills, for sale by 3an 12 a&wtf-372 J.P. GROESBEECK. ' Tjay your Taxes! A List of property upon which the City Taxes have not been paid for the year 1842, for the City of Houston. Allen1. Chatlett M,. Block 57, Capitol, 85)00, $25,00 Lot 1, Block 89, Lots 2, 3, 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 March 1843

1 !3-IvrmKT-lkoaSsTTi, rv TTiTTi' f vTT iranav rfe" m oa T Tl (', Qraossrr . ,-" -WhSUIW At &J4& 4Xfi4ki4 WUHnkWw T4I"U. " TJES&JTIS $5 in advance. JPublished Weekly. or $7 at the ead of Hie year. BY CKUOEK, & MOORE. HOUST ON, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 29; 1843. VOL. V HI NO. 15-WHOLE NO. 382. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. T E K Jl S . SDB3CRiPTiox,"par 1-2 months or 52 numbers, - $5 00 . lu 6 ' 26 " - - - 3 00 n 3 13 " - - 2 01) c single paper, ----- 13 Sare&il will be given for subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per .square, S 1 " 2.1 and subsequent insertion, - - u Political cards, each insertion, - -4 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per anno t, io uu A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff?, on all legal jiolicrs. j r- Persjns desirous of advertising by the quarter can do-Soon the following terras: Per 4 squares, with the privilege changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, S2o; 5 squares, ch ingiug 3 each week, $30 ;v6 squ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 March 1843

VSdlbLi. JirJ.!'. y-MitXIJVHXL'AuUBSSS be-at-sfirstTats discipline will be-irretiievnlfyost once the mauia of "raking down'Mully po?s sscs jtT- The soldier who Is bi-nt on seckiuar and.scajringnplundercannot and "will not aitnd to his duty; so soon as theteint becomes "pnfaljdiscipline.vigilancep, and unUyof" action are gone,; .and the enemy his nly to!vatch7 and he will soon fincTan opportunity of cutjing up the marauders in detail or of surprising and crushing them en mass. N To conclude I may sum up all that T have most sought to inculcate "in a' few words. -I believe that a volunteer army rray be made efficient against superior numbers of Mexican regular, troops on their own ground, provided the men submit to the most essential restraints and acts of duty imposed on regular troops. That the moral influ- ence of the intelligent, experienced and well disposed in the army and community if universally awakened and ex erted strenuously -and in concert, may create a general dispositio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 March 1843

f a.w .i'."nj,: :rj-- IT"1 L 7 te' iV LASIiii JJKJ-.JNU-1 iJAOO-lWAiO t M - -"T ABIE'S bonnets and capsy richlytriin'nied, silk gloves and iimitts, alicoes, &c. ang 10 a&.yrii?ooi- SAMUEL MAAS. TANNERS' OIL just received and lor sale by - jan7d&wtf-37l ' J. D. GROESBEECK. s A-vl'-L MAAS has just received per steamer Dayton, the follo'wfDs; articleac German Smoking Tobacco, Chabli Wine, Cognac brandy, Alcohol, Prench confectionery, Calf skins, Hats, " Morocco, Linen Osnaburgs, . Fine snuff", A general assortment of hard ware, Loaf sugar, &c &c, all of which h offers low for cash, at his Store. Main street, opposite Long Row. !Rnnstnn. lfliTi March. 1843. mar lb tl&WU-J&l ftaTV?ew.,feJlagidaik .U, M 'i'i'i'i' f----v-.-i----'ti'a' r I N'DIGO jusi received and for.sale by 1, jan7d&wtfr37l J b.'GROESBECK. "OOWAJND'S" IV liistlEpSg J8Btg OLD CAPITOL. THIS airy and commodious establishment has been neatly fitted up for the accommodation of tboarders and tran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 March 1843

& i-agiTaWIWWhirr awmfiTTtn7gtg OF.THE sessWbfCoiig Ass hHing;l84i areTiowoflered for hale by thesaKcriber.) Also for sale," alltbe Laws ol Texas previously passed and the statutes oLCohuilaand Tex- as, in, Jsnglish an,d Spanish,,. These ca.ri be furnished in bound volumes or in pamphlet ibrm, nor24wtf-3r3 GEORGE BALL, Galveston. HH 'Fruit TreeSj Skeds, &c. The subscriber has 3lf for, sale very, variety of, garden, .field and flower seeds; Catalogues of which may toe had at tbe store. Assorted boxes or the "West Indies.'Loms'iana, Mississippi and Texas maybe obtained: the kinds suehias answer best m those climates. GEORGE C. THORBURN, 257-tf 11 John st. New York. IOEFATTIS Vegetable LifePills, Lee's Bilious Pills, and Morrison' Hygeian Pills; for sale by ,. jarr21 d&wtf-372 . J- v. uButBDMuc. r' ' Pay yont Taxes! A List of property, upon which the City Taxes have not been paid for the year 1842, for the City of Houston. Allen, Gharlett M., Block 57, Capitol, $5,000. $25,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 April 1843

- pmB&emi r t- rm,bri- r rrrn r s-krr rarrkr&iiT r r vrvw&'&hYftAh nirMin HWHi,aw. - -E v"--'Bfcii6-- NM TJBSSiEcr 5 Isa advance. JPti&lishccl Weekly. or $7 at the eiid6f he 5'enr. immmmmmmimiammMtesstei3tt-'i3a2&xii Br.hsa .a "a- n -h a - Jr i afcsKss- ; . x & ry& -?ksi i rr-a- a v' ? -ara- && vznzw "y.7i .','.. . ... i . ..in .in I .U......M .... ... .l i, ,.,... ,. , JI.I.IHMT r i."fnaiiii;i.i m jjt.' iiuill n.n in ! i i-.i i . - . TT-IT ITgCTLLI-L. 11 .1 il I ' l'L T.-l.H "UU1- U ' . ..aBMmSiMl. JBA-J.l-Hl. '. X.1. HI 1 IfETTTIf, j. h . I. . I'tHMlWI . JI'T.l.t-JJJ WWf.'.U I 'flMfWIIUI ,11111 2-5BT v P- !. 4t 7 Sr BY CRUGER & MOOKE. HOUST :)W,.WEDiMESDAT3 APKIL 5, 1843. "-"K" -Jn ij-" usi'f.vjje Mill nf. M.l I- VOL. V III.-JT0. 16--WHOLE NO. 383. i ... j i ,iiri vsaasMawwaJBHJ? snesseaoee 3 00 2 00 13 PTJBLI3HEDBY CRUGER & MOORE. Sdb3C3Iptiox, pir 1- months or 52 numbers, - So 00 " e " sro " "3 " 13 " " " sinclc paper, - - gjfgfo c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 April 1843

J make' navy -scrip, equal in" value -to promissory notes, is like the resUof the Judge's "wholesale statements. It is untrue. -Irgot no-suchan act passed, nor was there ever suchan'one passedwithin my knowledge. If there were, the Judge surely ran point it out, or say where it is to be found. I have -given more time an J attention to this article of Judge Johnson's than ft deserved. I have not done so becausri I. deprecate his abuse; but brcauce I am lold', there arc men so despicably mean as to give credence to his statements, and so inordinately vain as to tolerate his praise, for such I have nothing but pity to offer. Your obedient servant, JAMES WEBB. JUDGE WEBB. In. the official organ of the government, of.Feb. 28th, appears an accrimonious phillipic in the usual style of that paper.-directed against. Judge Webb, and purporting to be from the cdiioriafchair. In a number of the same paper of March 18th, there is a letter directed to the same gen- tleman signed Crito, and reiter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 April 1843

- i5s?i i - - s. J3fev -; "JS r4 l' "V ,d PORT p g35JSTitf. Manifest of the Steamer DAYTON, Kelsey, master fromGalveston. March 31, 1843 PASSENGERS. Mrs. JBell, Mf- Thomson, Officer.-Canny, Maj. How ard, Vrs. Marshall, Mrs. Panchard, Capl. Elliott, Col. Hick lev. Dr. Kuhn, J. E Cochrane, J. S. Sydnor and seav't, J. W. RoVmson. Mr Powers, Brown, De Cordo- va Perry, Glasgow, Shelby, 3 on d-ck, 4 negroe, 2 horsts CONSIGNEES. Kuhn &, Co., Joh.i Shackelford Jr., W. B. Perry, W. M. Rice. Mrs. rasv. J. D Andrews, J. M Robinson Thos. M. League, P. Bremond, J. .-e Cordova, Giorge Allen & Co.. B. A. Shepherd, James .Bailey, F. R. Lub- bock, J.E. Lillie. Departed this life on the morning of the2Sth inst.. at hall past five o'clock, JAMES IZOD NILES, infant son of J. W. and Alesannah Niles, aged 2 years, 2 months and 14 days. - "To the dark and silent tomb, Soon 1 hastened Irom the womb, Scarce the dawn of life btjran, EreI measured our my span." He but tasted of the cup -of lime Loathi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 April 1843

fr jfj .4. ... ; Jg . AJ.:n igga , T C StaTB "FRENCH 'FASmUJXS. O t x T ADIE'S.bounelsnd-caps, richjyinmisilkgloves and JLa 'mitts,-calicoes, &c. - " , , , . auffl8-&&wtf-351. A SAMUEL TflAAS. F lotl2 50' 126," 1,2,8, 4 &, 5, 250 126 " l'l 50 25 125 "25 ss- ii TO LAWYERS, VLERKS OF COVRTS, JVS- UJTICBS OF THE PE&CE, AND CONSTABLES. BLANK .Affidavits to obtain Attachments, " if jPonds in Attachments, f " Writs of Attachments, " ttefr'V"- Summons for Garnashee, - - --V .--.i j'it Fi. Fi. againbt plantiff F. F.forcost,-4.. " Stales' Warrants, . " . , upccnas for -witness, x , ," ' '? jfclitimus for-want of Bail," - -' pMil citations, t " Mitimus for Capitol Telony, ,,. f Ufltt& ti Appeal Bond, fcZllSj-CReccgnizance to appear and testify, SRsSTcHr do do to Prosecute, .do "dor to appear and answer, Warrents toiring betore the Court, Letters, of citizenship, Summons for District Court, do County Court, T Sheriff's executions for State taxes, , do do for County faxe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 April 1843

- "5 'JE&JlIg-"$5 in. advasjce. Sanblishl WecZcly or $7 at the cad &fih fittei r.n.ii.. " "... .,.,i.,..i..li..,.i .. ....i... .i.. I... . .i - .. .1.1.1.11 i.i, ik, i ii ir" i i iimv.u'.n'.fui imi,inrium!jjmin,i'uii:.imrii m miiii '"' ' . '. . ..i. ' r j .i,'i"i,hiii'ii.m intt'ui.rtiui ,m im in mil i.ji.iaaaaoa mnri- in mil .f iny itafttiMaitlt& fitiiaihAi&ftftoSt -JL ' I ' S BY CRUGER & MOORE. 35 PUBLISHED BY- CRUGER & MOORE TEKMS.' SouscaiPTiox, per 12 months or 52 numbers, .1 ru 6 26 " - - cc cc 3 13 " " " single paper, - - - - Iyo credit will be given for subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, : ' 2d and subsequent insertion, " - Political cards, each insertion, - - - So 00 - 3 00 - 2 00 13 $ 1 00 50 4 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff?, on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 April 1843

tf Thpcp liohte nccnslnnnllv come so far south as to illu- minate'the sky in dar latitude. Sometimes they do not appear for-many years. At the closing of the seven- teenth ana Beginning of the eighteenth century those lights were noUseen for a langperiod,and when they re-appeared, about the year 1817, our ancestors, who had not seen or heard of them, weic all alarmed and actually supposed the day t)f judgment had "come. "Daring life I haveJJecn so much arcustomfd to see northern lights, falling Stdrs, so cafifcd, and fire balls, that they have long sine'e ceased to excite my curiosity. "Nearly thirteen years ago I read an article in a Ver- mont paper, staling that the northern light, on a certain evening, was so low as to' be visible" -between the specta- torand tfdistani mountain. - - -' N. WEBSTER." TBE TELEGRAPH EDITED 3Y JUANGIS MOORE, Jr. JBfouston, TWe&nes&affi Spril 12, 1843. Country west of the Nueces. There are ma. ny circumstances that induce us to believe that San...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 April 1843

-A (AHgr-rtfW jrf-ijtrlnM aYi'! c X u V y IjSlgfefe SESESSfesESSSSSSS Jjiiilfl IT HE undersigned has commenced run- . niug a weekly line of Stages between Houston and Washingtonj'Yor'ihe accom- modation of Travellers.- He will leave Houston every Thursday morning at 6 o'clock, and Washing- ton,.every Monday morning at 6 o'clock, making the Irip each way'in thirty Lours. He assures the public that there wjll be no disappointment in leaving and arriving at the time above Mated. a J -- R. T. KANE. , . .Asrenls: H. BALmviNHouston. mar 25 d&wtf-3S2 ' Mjij. CattTMAW, Washington. - OLD CAPITOL. rn HIS airy and commodious establi.-hmcnt has JL been neatly fitted up for the accommodation of boarders and transcient persons. The undersigned pledge themselves that no pains shairbe spared to make their guests comfortable. Great pains have been taken lo procure honest and attentive servants. Their table will at all times Tie furnished with every delicacy the market affords, and a choice selec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 April 1843

t.a tv. French fashions LADE'S bonnets and caps, xichly 'trimmed, silk gloves ana" niitts, calicoes, &c. tittwi- hjac angl8d&wtf-35I. SAMUEL HAAS. TO. LAWYERS, CLERKS OF COURTS, JUS TICES OF THE PEACE, 'AND CONSTABLES. BLANK Affidavits to obtain Attachments, -Bonds in Attachments, Writs of Attachments, -" Summons for Garnashee, . ,t " Fi. Fi. against plantiffF.F. for cosf,v t " ;' " States' Warrants, . -' v , "" Snpasnas for witness, t -" Mitimus for want of Bail, " Citations. ' ' Mitimus for Gajiitol Felony, Appeal Bond, Recognizance to appear and testify, " do do to appear and answer, i " Warrents to bring betore the Court, " Letters ol citizenship, - " Summons for District Court, , " do County Court, 4 " Sheriff's executions for State taxes, do do for County taxes, i ' ' Justices Supoenas, " Estray Bonds, " Attachments, " District Court execution, " Powers of Attorneyj " Warrantee Deeds. These forms haveTeen drawn up by one of the best and most correct Attorneys in the Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 April 1843

-.-r:' 4!nwNOSVJiMfti- -ssftSg&Cr S- - igfej'-MS' "V3 & -.---S- 4 -a. . fa4r !!- -, i lK Tl&IMIgi $5 a agvasacei l Erizblished '5'eekiy.. ' or $7 at the end of f betyear. frxr-r TfHtkvr r Tai & & v i hmi i a r& HQnarMi f LkkYgrr ..-- tMU BkJ iPfevoJ fi-ja&X J J 81 i9 sA liK If J & Jk SJ -HPfc& V emlA ,1 J Ox sfil vOJJ"a j HJyllj 9 s-?2m ? -' SCSk y&ila SHmf&fiMK j aa-Ji&iray 5HSJaBft ,BE easa Ssai siss' ttsk Hjflivw xaaa xBareasa g&p Kgggg2j ;x$ii aa& qgp yk Sp2slSBrty SF .;. z , . U- V. r i - t. - ! 1 4 , BY CRbTGEE & MOORE. .. ,.L).JuJiJiLusrgmryu'saLga.rlT.,sw,iii . WJ - rt - PUBLISHED BY -CRUGER & MOORE. " S?'i71S. Sosscait'Tipxper 12 months or 52 numbers, 6 " 26 " - 2 " 13 " $5 00 3 00 2 00 . 13 ri ' " single paper, - - - - No credit will be given for subscriptions. ADVEEtTisiNQ, 1st insertion, - - per square, $1 00 50 ' 2d and subsequent insertion, Pni?tin1 cards, each insertion. u 4 0d " Announcement ol Candidaie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 April 1843

- p"iw.! j-j.-.L:-MJ'SaiAJgjJT,'. ' AT"l2xkSi22Z in the-sun.-wih a gaze ns cRifliftiu jTd3vlris oxf re- gardless of jjyexy lhujgjbniahe, gratification ofrhis appc--thes. He has perhaps been laughuhp art of reading, but his never applied it toHhejCcquisilioh of knowledge. His views are chiefly confined to the objects immediately arounikhim, and.te -the daily evocations in wbicli he is employed. His knowledge of .society is circumscribed within The limits of his"parish, and his views of the wo'rld inAVtpch'he dwells are confined within the range of the countVy in Which-heTesides, or the blue hills which skirt Jiis htfrizon. Of the aspects of the globe in other coun- tries of the various tribes with which they are peopled hY the seas and rivers, continents and islands which di- versify the landscape of the earth of the numerous orders of animated beings which people the ocean, the atmos- phere, and the land, bf the revolutions of nations, and the events which have taken place in the hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 April 1843

e-yf i$ ' : A I- A TC-SMMBW r-jir - - P1-1 vummirU!ime' W.'Uarran.r.-T-- -ta"; ir ay be shipped free of cost." The planters lmeasterxJ Texas find so much difficulty in' transporting their cotton to market by this river, that they aie turning their atten- tion to the Sabine, -and it is not improbable that in a few years most of the products of eastern Texas will be trans- ported to market-by the channels of the Sabine and Trini ty: JSEW ORLEANS HATES OF MONEY. Corrected from the Bulletin of April 7, 1843. SPECIE. -Dollars and "half dollars - par Dimes and half dimes - par American gold - T -isovereigus Tw enty franc pieces - Doubloons, Spanish. Do Patnot LondonHSO days' Pans, 00 days 1 prem laf do 4 84 o 4 Bit 3 S5 a 3 37 16 30 a 16 40-- " 15 53 a 15 56 EXCHANGE. -- ,- 3h a 4i -prem - "- 'OlSto o " uu Book Binder r jHBE undersigned has commenced the business of BOOK i BINDING, and is prepared to bind lluoks of every de- scription, in a neat and workmanlike manner. Bindery in the Tele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 April 1843

1? ttsr-. mzr : - EsnTT 5siCTrfodiS5?5a3WrSa LADE'S bonnets and 'caps,-rifchly trimmed, -silk gloves and milts, calicoes, &c , - angl8d&wtf-351. SAMUEL MAAS. TQ AWYERS, -CLERKS OB COURTS JU&r TICES OF TH& PBACEf ANLCONSTABLES. BE5NK Affidavits to obtain Attachments, " " " -Bonfts in Attachments, t " "Witts of Attachments, ' "iSuininons.for Garnashee, . "", ; TPL Pi. against;planliffF. P. for cost, ,r-.l-Siatesr'Warrants, -" Supcenas for witness, ""'.., ' , j.-Mllimus for want of Bail, , - iJ4-v 3 iumous, - - 'Mitimus for Capitol Felony, , - nnnpni Knnn Recognizance to appear andjesiiiy, i Jk .lr. tn 'PrrreppntA. UU UU " -k .--, , -s- do do to appear and answer, Warrents to bring beiorethe Court, " Letters ol cmzensnip, " Summons for District Court", v " Ho County Gourt,- - " f ' Sheriff's executions for Stale taxes, - do do for County taxes, "' Justices Supoenas, " - Estray Bonds, "J. . Attachments, " " .District Court execution, " x Bowers of Ati orney, II 'AnT-raTt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 April 1843

smmmqmmmtmmmm&t ,v -4 t , , ' , - l . . i , J . - - 'I '"l " -W iU.U, I. -Oil W W- ' -i ' IPS R "3 v s- 4 affiej&aii $5" in. advance. BYKCRUOER & MGOKE PTJB'LISHEDBY CRJGEt & M0ORE. TSKM. SDBscaiPTios(per 12 months or 52 numbers, 6 " 26 " - 3 13 sinerle Daoer. - - - - $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 TiriVo crcitiTvill be given for subscriptions. Advertising insertion, - .- Per square, $100 2dand subsequent insertion, - - 50 .Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 it - jvnr,.inr.pmpntol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 ;VJ AdiscoantoUO percent, on the above rates will-be made to Pnsdeions of advertising by the quarter can do so on thflSSlSe nns:"3?er 4 squares, with the puvilege of -chan-ing 2 squares each week, per quarter, ss; o square, SSginf 3ich week, $30 ; Gsquares, changing 4 each week, SAU aayertisefiente sent withoulW instructions will un- lesTsooier forbid, be insertedsix months, and charged accord- Jpersonal advertisement will be inserted upon any terms. mJIdwtlllc given...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 April 1843

s 1r home, a smile of love to banish hostile words, a Itiss of peace to pardon all the past, and the hardest heart that ever locked itself within the breast of raan"will soften to her charms and bid her live, as she had hoped, heryears" in matchless, hliss, loved, loyrag-anS content, the source of comfort and the spring of joy. .Chamber's' London Journal. LEGAL VALUE EagJe before 1834,, u since 1834, ' Sovereign f - " Napoleon, Donbloon, Patriot, - V Thalers, X Thalers, X Guilders, Frederickrd'Or Forty Francs, Georgia -5 Br. Mint, N. Carolina do., Pistareen, - -Guinea, -Ducat, GermanCrown, French " Louis d'Or. OF COINS. & 810 66 10 00 "-T- 4 85 "T15 53 .""- - 15 53 - 3 93 7 85 . - - y4l00 3 92 7 70 5 08 - - 5 00 - - 16 5 00 - 2 00 - 1 00 - - 1 30 - - 8 00 Richmond, April 8lh,1843. To the Editor of the Telegraph: Some days since a report reached this place, that James W. Robinson was the bearer of propositions from General " Santa Anna to the Government of Texas. The object of wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 April 1843

A 4; it - - r r rfacee'savs: "lhathe has reason 0 believe mat nis pages describe the most extensive journey ever made by a ?rfenv;to the peniasula of Yucatan, -and Contain the laSounlUflisjts to forty-four rained -cities, or places in which The Teroainsjorestjges 01 rient population were, fod. The 'existence of most of these ruins were entirely unknown -in the capital, and btitfew had ever "been visited by white inhabitants." "Time and the elements (says he,) afethastening them to uiler destruction. In a 'few years great edifices, tTieirfacaSes covered with sculptured ornaments already "Cracked and yawn ing uwst falLarnd. become mere shapeless mounds. It has been theYortune jf the author to -step beiweeh them and the entire destruc- tion lo-which they are destined j and it is his hopeto snatch from oblivion these .peirshing bmstifl gigantic memorials of'a mysterious people? I" AWS of.the 7ih Congress just .published and for sal e at 4 'this Pace. March 25 GALESTONand NEW ORLEANS PAU...

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