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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 October 1843

yMBP-asr-" ?&&!& ' -HplO'BO N PRA..CE.SG U IR J uorr erica, -wccttjtyj u v -0 E fcw3SC ferV BY JOHN SHACKELFORD, Jb. AKTiGLES. From' ALE& PORTER, pr. bbl - XPPLES, r ' do BAGGING, Dundee, p. yd 3 ALE ROPE," per lb. Kentucky Bagging, c Manilla, - - - - - - BREAP, per lb. Pilot, - Nay, -"- .j-.r - -BE'KGER.perlb. tJANvOLESperlb. Sperm, '; CHEESE, per lb. - UOFFEE, per lb. -CIDER, perbbl. - - -'CORN, per bushel, --OTTON.perlb: - - -' FLOJ7Rtifewf perJbbL --pSHrperbU ' Jdackerlj No. 1, - -feerrmg, per box, - - (Spcljiper box, --- GLASS, per box, . . Window, 8 by 10, - - L 10 by 12, - - FFEG GfJN, POWDER " -" per keg. .Jtifle, canister, . - -5 c.lRON, per top, - - j.vS,weeds, - - - - -s English, - . - - -QJjw&meHcan rolled, - - SRD?perib.J - iLE ABBer JQO Jblpar, 'DMBER, per M feet, m dBQaidsjrellow pine, - ' - - vhite do; - - MOLASSES, per gallon. 'JWA TT.R Qd nfkl.-ner lb?- O'l'LSper gallim, LinseedW , fSperm, ------ - (.TOES, per bijl. ' RQSISIGNS, per bbl. BeeLNo....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 October 1843

v64 . " . !"ae H y$. navmfA va : &.' .-fflt ' '' iiiJi!W'v rrrei7'-' v U -'"- - .,j.. TM HtWi- 5 la a&y&lice. sBSP .CRUOER & M0RE. - . G ii 3 " .13 2 00 13 .am. v.,..j;m;ii v.. jriven for subscriptions. i. " Single pai. Advtisiho, 1 insertion, - r per square, $ t 00 - Cif-rj- 2 1 and'subi.eg.uent insertion, - - ;o IDS t 00 1&1L ifomiCai-CllUS,cawi.i..--. , " 3y " - Announcement of Candidates per anno t, lu UU A'discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates willAe made to -sheriS, on illegal notices,. d&e'lbhowins terms:, Per 4 square,, with the privileg ctiauElns: panares eacli'week, per quarter, $2o; 5 squa iP.era.ori- desirous in ttuiwia; "-1-"- : .; " ' f e of square 3S??-iajj3 each weekj-SSbfqnare, changing4each week, " AlLadrfirtisementssenuwjthoal toriUsn inslructions will iin- ei soo le'f forbld.be inserted ix months, and charged accord- ,in&V,- . personal advertisement will be. inserted upon any l -Noicredilioill be given 10 any transient ad verti:e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 October 1843

J, -H . 3 .er..;r- sftIlH1Il - .W "Lo'uis Phillippc coiisideTs'your country so hampered by rebellions Irish liegraTrfatBaily heevai3radre open- lyhisjixedLand long cherished pojicy in Spain. Day after 'ay hun3r?ds ofSpanish refugees cross the-BTdassoa. All the men that have'figured iSlhe revolutions' of Spain have suddenly disappeared from "their prisons and hiding places. From, the. Royal manufactory of -St. Etienne arms are 3rjimly conveyed into -Spain by five thousand stands at a timeTrhernonev of "Christina is issued by millions of ""francs,, -and the coffers of the close fisted King himself fiave:kt lust opened foreveryjiromoter of Spanish revola- tfimjo plunge bis hands in, whilst Don Carlos and his TJrave singleminded chiefs are alone beld in durance Loqjs Pkifiippe thinks hejseesthe Duke d'Aumale ascend- ing the "'throne" of Philip the Second. The Duke d'Aumale isprepared for the encounter he has just won "loodyLiaurels in the field; His name is trumpeted, forth jfeAllttheja...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 October 1843

--i$pri&r&MSJII jj,rpt I 9 "M. l i i i. y "Wfc-W- jsaid, "L nnt pxeSiiled iiiore the idon -of ihis fellow." The proper inquiries- were Siscoringly'rriade, and the numbers turned out very high-l4tl- hbr of Pr,nce Eugenej on which he said to the ukr'Tiierje, my lord, you see the benefit of example. YtduefOrdtm many, and therefore you are forced to executr' many: I never pardon one.hereforefew dare to offend, nlafl of course Tew suffr. . ... -This- is one among 'the many confirmations which mishl be adduced, of -the tinih ot ueccana-s retrmrK, mat fss punishment, which is certain, will de ho mure good fhan.a gceater.ttvhrch is uncertain. 5 TARCH, afresh aug Ibd&wtl-402 article just received, and for sale by J. D. GROESBEECK. ici the matter Jje inquired jnio. an4 if jour 3racg .tr.Si.ffoH mnrp.thnn I have done. 1 will coriseni to T r JTUtt SALE 3Y JOHN SHACKELbOKU, Jr. I UST RECEIVED per brig Sam Houston and steamer Sa - O rah Barnes from New Oi It Fort of H-alvesiofcu 1 ' '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 October 1843

.- r n u R T?. N T .- .1 -T i - - '.Mr 1 SeEly, Tor tlio Tclegrapto PRICES HSsQ3TQN fOTecf -J 'BYJOHNlSHACKELFORD, Ja A f BOXES soap, y? 2 bass race ginger, J00 Jfegs icut nails, ass'd40 bblslfsuperfine flour "-ARTICLES. -ALE &jP'ORTER,pr. bbl. APPLIES, do BAGGING, "Dundee,-p. yd - BALE "ROPE, per lb. Kentucky Bag grog, IWanilla, -- t - -BREAD, per lb Paot, - -Navy,- '- - - -- ": GUTTER, per lb. XJAN0LES,T)erlb; Sperm, JHEESE;-jer lb. - - COFFEE, per lb. -GIDERger bbl. -CQRl per bushel, - COTHiQN.perlb: 'Ep.C?Rrmjw, per bbl. SHjpBbl. Herring, per box, - . .;C(arpebox, - -- -- -OGfiASSj?perbox, rwindqw.8jiy4 - 5. uZTinJr io fVflwi To 10 00' 00 00 a 00 6 00 .18 " 54 10 12 -20 23 5 7 8 6. -. 7 10 12 45 5U 12i 10 12 30 37 43 H 7 50 8 50 ri&s !io.by 12, , FFGf&UN POWDER Riflecanister, , , - 4ROJN, perjon, ;x -. - MSwreeds, - ----- -" JEcgliahr - --- -. American rolled, - r- coharnraored, - LARDrTer.lfa. - - -rLEADfper 100 lbs",' Bar, LBTESper-bbL - - -. -BOMBER, per M feet, B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 November 1843

jTJBSZtiWS $5 in. advance. BY CBUGEE, & MOORE. PU.BLISHEDB7 CR'UGER & MOORE. t e r rra. s . Socscaij'Tiox, pr 13 months or 52 numbers, - $5 00 " G " 2G " --- 3 00 m- 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 single paper, ----- 13 ' -'Ir'Vo credit will be given lot subscriptions. .AuvEaTisiHG, lt Insertion, - - per square, S 1 00 2Jandubbeguent insertion, " - - "50 ' Political cards, eaoh insertion, - - 4 00 AnSuncemenrol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 ' Adiscoant of lOlper centpn the above rates will be uVade to sheriik, on all legalndtie-sf f ersjns qesirou.aujerusino ine quarter can ao so on ie following termsPej-sguares, with the privilege of the -changing 2 squires-each, week, -per quarter, 2o; 5 square.-,, :ch uising 3 each -week, 33 :6 squares, changing 4 each week, A-v ' ' ' " ' $35 All aivekiments sent withonl written instructions will un less soo kt forbid, be inserted six monihs, and charged accord mglyt' fo personil advertisement will be inserted upon any terms. No credit will be given 10...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 November 1843

p-5sira(gRfysrr-"' p W- 'Ttit Importance and Advantages of Home Markets -l 3c Unity of American Interests Extract fiom the - Speech of Mr. Webster, at tne Agricultural runner at V x Rochester, on the 21st ujL: ' Gentlemen-, there is another great object which propcr- ly falls to the care of Government, of interest to all tillers ". of the land who have an easy and cheap transmission to L fr .market it is of course the existence of such markets. -- There must be markets of sale, of consumption. Why l?Tvnfaman toil to fill his granaries and cellars beyond the " wants of his own family, unless somebody will buy the f .surplus which he has to sell, and by means of which, f" ' therefore, he may be able to buy elsewhere what he can- '''aoi, raise upon his own farm? A market, therefore, a iV ). ' aiarket of consumption, is a paramount object to nil agri- iP culturists, who cultivate rich soils, beneath kindly skies " and a warming sud, and who raise more than is neces- saryJn order to the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 November 1843

0- fMM!mm.tg!a)(Vai.w!.ttuj-T-'jiHiy-jiHVVKM J 10 Bbls. new flour. 12 racks Havana coffee, S bbls. New Orle.ins sugar, 2 hhds. bacon side.', a J JMUmWUi . her "Seterminatian lo maintain inviolate the bond of con-j NEV " itectibn bt-twe'ea Great Britain and Irtland. .JThe number of troops TtV service in Great Britain and Ireland amount to 240,000 me n. Tae visit of the Queen to France has excited great in- ::p tet-est in Europe It is the first time that the Sovereigns "'' of Ensrland and France have met siuce the memorable iiieeiinar of Francis L and Henry VIII, on -the field of casks h-ams the cioih of gold." It is lobe hoped that no Woolsey will j.- poison the minds of the sovereigns who have so lately met . in concord, and array their subjects in hostility against each other. The arrival of Espartero and his suite in London, creat- ed considerable excitement. The ex-Regent of Spain has i " received the most hospitable treatment irom the U aJing - men of all partus in England. He w...

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

VpjMM .- -w-rsr- , && js3. it. J ( ffliflPffT O N-FRI GE'S CfU R R EN T . c -rr7 3 . f ' 'Oorrecllea. -weeldy, for tlw Telegmpn. BY'JOrliM stLaua-c.J-irjn.f , - g-Hrj4.:tff'?'aWiii i 'i i iwnaettegsaraj ARTICLES. dj ALE"& PORTER, pr. bbL .ALES, do BAGGING, Dundee, p. yd BALE ROPE, per lb. Kentucky Bagging, -. Manilla, - - - - - JBREAD, per lb. Pilots -Navy, ------ ,.. .BiniTEk.aerib. i CANDLES, per lb. Sperm, rr CHEESE, per lb. - -COFFEE, per lb. -t CIDER, per bbl. - -CORN, per bushel, - COTTON, per lb: - -' PLOOR, new, per bbL FISH, per bbL .Mackerel, No. 1, - . '" t Herring, per box, -"""Cod,per.box, - - GLASS, per box, "VWindW, 8 by 10, - 10 by 12, FFFG GUN POWDER, "" per Iceg. t. Jlifle, canister, --1R0N. per ton, a Sweeds, Ensrlish. - - - - - ' "jStencan rolled, "- - " ' .do hamraored, - -LA'RD.perlb. - - - -LEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar, ' EIME, per Ibl - - fe fiUMBER, per M feet, jBoards, yellow pine, - white do, - - MOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS, 2d a 20d, per lb. - OELS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 November 1843

ijtu.ii mt-Mi'tkMV- " ' "' "p'J ,. . - m . &l u"-ft li 1 PJ 0 3s.y?HgygeLJinn F ,; S 3lFTiiW?rMl:AriTl--i i V tf.ftdlASl u J 3 ' SIJ firf l 'tEs vefe v yi J fc!-' i & v H fc3 yit ,lk ssmM 3 ,a vfe3S3 'ssaraua cgkNH 4!S $3 in advassce. TpSS KSTMiJ&J& & MOORE. V "5S PUJU.ISHE.D&Y CROGEK& MUUKb. SoBSG5OToy, pf 15 months or 52 numbers, - $5 00 :'.is-t. --t. A. 2(5 " - - 3 00 ci i 3 -13 " - - 2 00 " " single pnper, 13 Wa tregiJ will'be given forsabscriptions. ADVKstrtsiH'5, lit insertion, - - re.r square, .$ 1 00 21 and Subsequent insertion, " - - 50 .-Political carus, each insertion, - - 4 CO " Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 1 0 00 AdiscEat oTT5 percent, on the above rates will be made to .-sheritff?on-a!riega1notic-s. Persons desirous ol advertising by tne quarter can do so on th"rlfoa:i"- terms: Per A squares, with the privilege ol' chiniuir 2 qnares each ,week, per quarter, $23 ; a square, chingin;3-eavh week,$30; Gsquares, changing 4 e.icli week, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 November 1843

"-K'as5- V.- '. -.? . t iF . j. . Jt.. 4L A i r, frv tKo MiiPf!.tn the Rio'GranaV shefwill not per; u Mexico now to ocmi j exas. I again repeat auk Great Britain "well knows, nrenareu yci ilaverv, or to surrender ihe territory in question, audshe h is to be managed or ratner incKca juiu , uuu .;trb of friendship and openly avowing a desire for our Independence the English Minister has completely carmed'himself into ibe.coniidence of our government. 1 io is amiable sociable, . highly accomplished gentle. ? i in, and Ijegard him as possessing talents that would .vll qualify him to be the l3i emier of Gi eat Bi itain. He is here openly anxious .for our Independence, but in fact it- is the"1nan who.cootrols our destiny with Mexico, and - r..fidnow,'both4n England and Mexico, directs the course i fings are to take, if 1 am right in my conjectures then i it- only result attending the present negociation will be . armistice. Nothing'will be said about the boundary, i. cause neither England...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 November 1843

y of tht fSriliakMiaistry in presenting these claims with 'great surpi iae& distrust. It will -be recollected that Gin Hen- 4erst anUMwixom a part afa'bese claims were first presen- ted b UrdPaIrnerston,riovr resides at San Augustine, and faeihas evidently 'fttHiiehed the editor of the Red Lan- der paehsaseampoilantdnfarmation Telmive to the claims. The Jbaear remarks that 'liis movement on the part of the Siutish goyeinmem, is somewhat strange and singu- lar, . 69,-saj &e.Jeast oft -k. While the friendly interposi- tion, g&ibai power has beea. apparently, cordially extended as i i eaedktor betweea Tzas and3Vlexico;we have been wi J2kgio4ismis3ry jealous doubt, that has sometimes at sea regarding ls oacerity. But we can no longei "b asiAour doubts and fears upon this subject It is too ipoareeUfeal there is som hidden motive, some advantage soaghtj or some desirable end to be attained, and we fear detrimeaial to Taxae, or this unexpected question would not bare heea prese...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 November 1843

HCKHsS.Pfr PRICES CURRENT. Correctca wecldy, for Ike Telegraph. BY JOHJS 'SHACKELFORD, Ja t ARTICLES. -5 - Ft am ALE &PORTER, pr.' bbl APPLES, do BAGdI'NG, Dundee, p. yd BALEROPEer lb. Kentudyrj3ajging, -Manilla, - - - - -'BREAD, ner lb. Pilot, - Navy, r.-t- vzzr. : BETTER: per ft. ' CANDEESj.perlb. Sperm, QiBSE per lb. - -" ' CuSteEr per lb. - -. CTDER, per bbl. - - '- 60RN. per bushel, - -COTTON, per lb: - - -FLOORnew, per bbl. -PISH, -per bbl. iMackereLyNo. 1, - . -Herring; per box, - -Cod, perbox - - - -GLASSjpeVbox, winaowouyuu, - - aOby 12, Tf FFFG-'GUNT POWDER perikeg. i RifleTcanister. - - - - IRONi per ton, - - -S weeds, - - - - ' -English). - . - r - : American-roiled? - ,- do hammored, - -LARD.Tverlb: - -- - -SEAD; peril 00 lbs., Bar, LUMBER, per3M feei?-f Boatdsryjellqiv pine,-,! SZe gvybnte $ do,-.. - -MpUA'SSEper;gaHon, NAILS, 2d0d, pjrjb. -OILSjipralloi .Lnnsetd, Sperm,-,- - - - -. POTATOES, per bbl: v PROVISIONS?, per bbl. ' Beef, iVo.s.1,- - i--- - --? -cargo,-r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 November 1843

4 fe fir &? j. - T23JI$5 in advance JPx&lishccl WeL:y. OP &T nt tUf n3 !. w. ' Uf'v . as 1 - ' ' ! M - T BYeROGKEB?& MffORE. pUBLHEtfY GRUGER & MOORE. THERMS. Saaiom'Tiox, pr 12 months or 52 MnsiVrs, - $5 00 - (i " 2G " - - - 300 it k 3 ft 13 ' - - 200 " ,: single paper, ----- 13 JJ-.Va 6rct will be giveh for subscriptions. AuveaTiemi, 1st insertion, - - per square, Sl 00 " 2.1 and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 ,: Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A disc Dint of 10 per cent, on the above tales, will be made to sVriff--, on all legal noti'-s P-tsJih desirous oiadvertising by the ame can do so onjassnov. Weapp:o;.chid il ihioughsand hills and when ths fjiiowing terms: Per 4 square-, w.h U privilege ofj wi lr"n four or five miles of il, the plain looked like an e.iung-ng 58 s-q-iares each week, per ginr-er, fe23;t5 mudics, ilttllieiise S(Jlt aie n t-Kil ;iatj , jed up nd left ilie saU in chinking 3 eaih week,S3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 November 1843

n- 3 5 3 - LLJOL i ...:, I'ctincilu onrps5Pfl hv tKo Greek naiidn , "Your Majesty will consider it expedient to appoint a new Mffnstfy'witnont delay? The Council of Stale recommend-to the approbation of your Majesty, as persons competent to form.it because of their enjoying public esitcm and confidence, Messrs. Andre Metaxa, foi the. Presidency of the Council of Ministers, with the Department of For- eign Affairs";" AudreLondoslfof the Ministry of War ; Canarisrfor the Navy Department ; Rhigas Palarnidis, for the inferior ; Mansblas for the Finance; Leon Melas, for" Justice, and Michel Schimas, for Public Instiuciion and Ecclesiastical Affairs. JZour Majesty will be pleased at the same time to sign anferdinance, which will impose on the new Ministry, as its first -duty, the convocation, within the delay of a month Uf the National Assembly, which will deliberate upon the definite'eonstitution that is to be established in concert with ihe roya'lauthority, as the aegis under which the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 November 1843

a commurfication to Lord Aberdeen, informing him that Texas will not for a moment entertain any proposition for the abolition of slavery in Texas Ano-tiier Freshet. The Brazos has again over- fly wed-itsjbanks, andjwjis still rising on Wednesday last atashington. A gentleman wHajjIeft SarFt lipe on Saturday last, mentions that it wasnearly Sta stand" on that day,and was as high within two feet as it was during the freshet last summer. The Trinity also was very high a few diys since, and had overflowed its banks in many places. Little injury however, lias been done to the crops Texian Sugar We are indebted to Mr. M:skil fof a specimen of Suga reraised on his plantation near San Felipe. It is fully qual in quality to the sugar raised in Louisuriaand proves that the soil and climate of Texas is well adapted'to the culture of this aiticle. We have also received a quantity of molasses, of an excellent quality, raised on ihV same plantation. Mr. Miskil tis.es s simple wooden mill of his o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 November 1843

HOUSTON PRICES, CURRENT. Corrected -weefeiy, for t&e Telegrapli. . BY JOHN SHACKELTORD, Jr. jdfete CRYINGTANS. 6 dozen long and short handle lryiBg J. pans, just received and for sale by t-H - A . mav"l8 J. SHACKELFORDiJr. RATES OF INSURANCE AT NEW-ORLEANS ARTICLES. From "3 ALfi & POUTER, pr. tiL APPLES, " do BAGGiftG tWee, p.? BALE ROPEt perlb." Keatueky BaggiDg, - Manilla, BftEAD, per lb. Pilot, : Navy, BUTTER, per lb. CANDLES, per lb. Sperm, CHEESE, per lb. - - -COFFEE, per lb. - -CIDER, per bbl. - - -CORN, per bushel - -COTTON.per lb: - - -FLOUR, new, per bbl. FISH,erbbl. Mackerel, No. 1, - . -herring, per bos, -Cod, per box, - - - -QLASSjperbox, Window, 8 by 10, - - 10-by 12, - - FFffG -GUN POWDER per keg: Rifle, canister, -IRON, per ton, Sweeds; f -A English,- - - American rolled,- -. -do bammofed,- - -LARD, per lb. " - - -LEAD, per 100 Ibs.Bur. LLME, per bbl. - - -LUMBER, per M feet, Boatds, yHlovv pine, - whits do, - - MOLASSES, pergafloa, NAILS. .2d a 20d, per lb. -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 November 1843

. , - -- ---Mt8j fe "Mt?H!i& &&m i -.se - - WP .'. 4V a!BJ2taES" $5 in. advance. BYCRUQSR & MOORE PUBtflS'HED B-Y CRUGDRftMUUKJi. jm - ' rg. B j SoBSCaiPTiOfP2l"2 months or 52 numbers', - $5 00 ,t ' i' g 26 " - - - 3 00 f . ii 3 13 " - - 2 00 . " " single paper, ----- 13 rt-iVa rrcdii will be given for subscriptions. AtfvWisisa, 1st insertion, - .- per square, $ 1 00 H 2d and subsequent insertion, - - 50 " Political cards, each insertion,- - 4 00 . ,.- Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per centon the'above rates will'be made to sheriff on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on .v ri.m-.r,rr iprms: trer sauares, wuu me uiniic ?e of chano-in" 2 squares each week, per quarter, $2a-, 5 squares, cKtfnIng 3 each wee-k,$305 6 squares, changing each week, S35. All advertisements sent without written inslrjietions -will un- s3 sooierforbid, be inserted six months, and charged accotd- les lneiy- ttrtrr So pers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 November 1843

fwmm -vary f H! much larnf as the United Stateof Maine, New,Hamp- Bnier, Vcraont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey,, Delaware, Maryland, South Carolina and Indiana 10 of l&rfBtates of the Union j the number of square miles con- tained "in which-is 150,692. The present population of Texas consists probably of one hundred and twenty-five thousand souIb. Yet so much of the lands of Texas have been divided among her citizens as to leave little that ia good for location. And the late contracts has opened fun ther the door for frauds. The government of this small population, in a time of comparative peace, has cost near 15,1300,000 of dollars near two millions per annum. The United States have paid for the purchase of tertitoj ry not half so extensive, and in the extinguishment oflni dian titles, within the came, over fifty millions; yet the vast resources which the lands of Texas might have given :o the republic have been squandered because the survey -ing6f tbem was tooitxpen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 November 1843

ffBitaa'tRre' ' ajvyf-w-sytttK-w-fTi-n: The editor of the Planter says, that corn is exported from New York to the British West Indiaslslands, and a profit make on it, even though the first cost in N. York amounts" to 50 or 55 cents a bushel, and in addition to this freight, duties and other expenses are paid. If this be true the merchants at Galveston and other Texian ports rnfaht open a very profitable trade with'those Islands this year: for corn can readily be purchased on the Trinity, Brazos and Colorado for 25 or 30 cents a bushel, and it conldbo delivered in the W.est Indies at a fair profit even at fifty; centsta bushel. It is well known, however, that corn can generally be purchased in the market of New Orleanst a cheaper rate than in New York, and if the trade with the West ladies would be profitable it is a little surprising that the merchants of New Orleans have not already taken advantage of it. and driven the N. York merchants from the West India markets. As they can tr...

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