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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 28 October 1852

7 ES THE SAH AJÍÍONIO LEDGER j la Coñilsts toe Xeatralilyof the Ledger! | ty dictation, when repuguant to good mor 16 PCBU5HÍ¿Íjl*T*UB.SI>ATS, ' AT THE HdtSE. , second to no other paper in the . TEEMS: | * * SUBSCRnhriO*. T-frbree dollar, a rear, State. That list is constantly increasing. invariably in adTince. For six months, one j jtg fiends are confined to neither one of dollar and fcvn$ty-a<* cents. No subscription discontinued until all arrear-! t|,e two political organizations. The Led- ^A^ámSlNG.— One aquare, one inser- ger, for reasous of its own, professes neu- ♦ion, oue dollar; each subsequent insertion, fiitjr trality in politics. To prevent misappre- eents. Halt equate, one insertion, fifty cent ;; ;* 1 .... each subsequent insertion, twenty-five cents. ' bension tor the future, it is due its patrons Ten Una* contfitme^ Mjnare. to define clearly how far this epicene cha- Ail transient advertisement* mr.« be paid for ¡ Tr • ■ > at the ti«e their insertion b order...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 28 October 1852

9 •\í "•V. The New York State TempereDce Alii-' anee has adopted resolutions to memor- ialize Congress for the prohibition of the ; importation of liquor. Arkansas has a population of 209.640 ; j 162,068 white; 46,982 slaves, and 5é9 free ; negroes. The Child's Prayer on Board tk>> J *- lantic—A little girl was enquired of con- cerning the disaster, nnd a*ked how she • was saved. Her reply was simple and perhaps truthful. -God saved me! I pray'd that he would, and he did !:' The first importation of ice direct fr m Boston via Cupe Horn, had been received at Panama, and sold at 45a20 cents per, -pound. The F ench funds arc steady—a sure proof of the stability of the Government of Louis* Nopoleon, Philosophers say that shutting the eye*! makes the sense of hearing inore acute j A wag suggests that this accounts for the many closed eyes*that are seen in churches on Sunday. Dr Doddridge oncc ask'd his little daughter, nearly six years old; what made every body love her? She replie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 28 October 1852

Ceae kithtr, vzj heart's daiiirg, Cora su «pon my knee, And listen «míe X wkúpcr Abnon I axkofthee. You nefd not poll my whiskers, So amorouüy, my dove ; 'Tis something quite apart from The genth' cares oí love. 1 frc? a bitter craving— Of dark and deep desire, That «iuw* beneath my bosom Like coals of kindled fire. The passian of the nightingale, When sihginpr to the ruse, I> feebler than the agony That murders my repose ! Nar, dearest! do not donlt me, Though madly thus I speak— 1 feel thy arms about me, Thy tresses on my check. 2 know ;he sweet devotion, That links th* heait with mint— I knew my soul's emotion lb double felt by thine! And deem not that a shadow Hath tallen across my love; No, sweet, my love is shadowless As yonder heaven above. These little taper fingers— Ah, Jane! how white they b? !— . Can well supply the cruel want, That almost maddens me. Thou wilt not sure deny rae My firt and fond request; I pray thee by the memory Of all we cherish best— By all the dear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 4 November 1852

THE SAN AN LEDGER. VOL. III. Dcuotci) to Agriculture, ¿UtsceUang,' £itcraturc, (general information auD tijc interest of ti)c State. ÑO. 24. TERMS S3 PER ANNUM. SAN ANTONIO, BEXAR COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1852. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. BY A ÜTHORIT Y. Laws of the United States Pastea aurtng Ike First ¿Stssion of ike 'I'm/\y Congress. [Pcbuc Act—No 14 ] AN ACT tó authorize the Legislature of the State of Mississippi to sell the lands heretofore- appriated for the use of school* in that State, and to ratify and approve the ¿ales already mude. Be it enarAcd by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That the Legislature of the State of Mississippi •hall be, and is herebv authorized to sell and convey in fee simple.or lease, for a term of years. as the said Legislature uia v deem beat, all or any part of the lands hereto fore reserved and appropriated bv Congress for the usepofj(.sch^ol80( wit hi n ^said State, Brown large...

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

THE SAN ANTONIO LEDGER * IS PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS, AT Till* r>LD NAVARRO HOUSE. T EEM8: SUBSCRIPTION.—Three collars a year, invariably in advance. For six raocths, one dollar and scventy-fivf cents. Nuaut)scripUtiiicu voiiiuiued «til airear- apes nr<* pniH. ADVERTISING. —One square, one ir,*<T- tion our dollar, each subseqaen; ins rtion, fifty c ni«. Halt square, on'- insertion fifty cents; each subseq-ies';: ¡amnion, twenty-five cents. Ten lines constitute a «-quare. All transient advertisements must be paid fur a* thelime their insertion is ordered. Subscribers may ic^k money Ly mail at our ri^k. if enclosed in the presence ot the Postmas- t r. Political circulars, find alleommnnications of a private or personal nature, will be charged at the tam« rates a*- advertisements. No communication or advertisement of an abusive character « ill be instated in our col- umns an any terms. Postmaster* are authorized to art as agents, and deduct It) per cent, on moneys they remit. Al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 4 November 1852

/ 9E3C VANCE & BROTHER, And 124 Pearl street, New York, ARE now receiving and opening for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE, an ex- tensive assortment of Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS, HOSIERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS AWD SHOES. SADDLER?, QtJEENS- Ware, Hardware and Cutlery, Stationery, &c., <f c., all of which they are able to sell at very low prices, having a branch of their house es- tablished in New York. They are also. by their laciliiie* in New York by WEEKLY PURCHASES, prepared to keep their *tock full and complete. Bayers are requested to raU and examine our stock and particulary ourClothingStock. Much pains has been taken, to have the most Fash- ionable soods made—all oí which thev will freely warrant i£4-lv FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE Just received—consisting in part of French English and American prints—latest st vies; Colored lau n«, muslins and gin<.'lia ms; Plain, Jutted, and cmbroi it ieu Swi^- Iri.«h lin ns, diapersand tablecloths; Fancy eiubr<KJercd laed,ca^vv colla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 4 November 1852

Nt® Pork ^tttocrtisfnicnta. Richard Patrick Sí Co. IMPORTERS and Wholesale Dealers «i , O n- Pi-i'I-. R(i n • I. ,«V g „f all du>c ipt< r, 241 Peabl t.N V Hi* St c> . 0f tW r'.í-«ui* «'If c tr m £ ^i <t ^m -* 4--«• d >• f >• < 'i-- supp * «< p«-.. <fH \KImV.4REA *Di UTLExY, tnhlch If. < "• !uf Cn it,n..-Jií¡r«r-( 1- riuo-tll-f ! nt* . ff >e<l 'o lb Hitrrchaiits viaitiug New York lh«u b* hiij n'hrr hong . ok" f'hs perirwrt ofth !inQw r.* id-* p<rm-o*nt Jv ir. F. <r. j •- nr..: njilyn* alt "f th* mjii- uf*esur*-rs for r «h. eiv— üi-aa rv-iy aúrractaíts (-• aril nr| f . V 'iiWM in rk"t |<r¡ce*. il rrCfrr prompt alféSDtitm. N * 'l r.. ... v2 nl Iv HARKAL. SPR0ÜL8, & Co.. Whol*- _ hul** S ridl>rv WarnboH|c, N > . 149 nd 121 W~ nngion ¡Ston-i , William >1., N. Y , Importer*. of !t ridl- ry H «'¿«"f. O r* S mt'l fifntnmt ''li i rf(ii) in 4^-1 ítyila&tlpljia SlbDcrtiarnieiita. To the Public. RUSSEL & 6CH0TT, 87 Mar- k**t at «...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 18 November 1852

r > I o, *<? £ ) ANTONIO LEDGER YOL. III. {Denotó) to Slgrictiltari, IttisaUang, Citrratnrt TERMS S3 PER ANNUM. SAN A-NTONIO, BEXAR COUNTY, TE THE san antonio LEDGER IS PUBLISHED ON THURSDAYS. AT THE OLD NAVARRO HOUSE. T E E H 8: SUBSCRIPTION*— Thre* dollars a year Invariably in advance. For si* month , one dollar and seventy-five cents. No sub*eription discontinued until ail arrear- ages are paid.3* m ADVERTISING. —One squj||e one inser- tion, one dollar; each subsequent insertion, fifty cents. Halt square, one insertion, fifty cents; each subsequent insertion, twenty-five cents. Ten lines constitute a Aqua re. . All transient advertis'-ment* ronst be paid fur at the time their insertion is ordered. Subscribers may remit money by mail at our Hsk, if enclosed in the presence ol the Postmas- . Political circulars, andallcommunication-of k private or personal nature, will be charged at the same rates as advertisements. No communication or advertisement of an hbasive character wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 18 November 1852

HE LEDGER. Cuba—CrtKccal City Affair—Warlike feellings of the People ef the United Slates. KE 6l HOWARD, Editors & Proprietors ' ¿h still for war" OPFICI \ii JOURN AL * The belligerent Roman who uttered his For PubUihiBg the Laws of the United State | potions sentiments in the quoted ■' : ■■ , l —line is a fair tvpe of our citizens. The SAN ANTONIO. : man of the wilderness and prairie who never sallies from his lair unaccompanied by his faithful 1>ow and arrows—the highlandman of Scotland who clamors for ^THURSDAY, NOVEMBER * OUR CO^ÜIP. ' A public «quarc, embracing an extent of, , fifljaer , -has been set apart, above oar town. ! a struggle with an opposing clan, is not From the heart of this sqtiare leap forth, fro*1* more eager for a death contcst than the God's alembic, the clear waters oi the San Pe- j . tiro. It isa lovely spot. Woodland and hill ¡ gooa people of these United States, tor and rale. It is now tenanted by lairies. By j more than half a contury we have soug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 18 November 1852

I V' 4 ~Í DIED. Oa tfaa night of tiw 17th Kxt, JOHN ST. ALYL- MER DUNCAN, a «atite of England. The daca—d.yonng Uiyew,w— loved by bia em- ployers aad universal I y eateeojed by his acquaintances. If i funeral will .lake place from the residence of lindane Jaques, bis late abode, tbe friends and ae- IjtMMBtanees are respec'fnlly invited to attend, TO- MORROW* (Friday 19th,) at 10 o'clock, A. M. [N*w York papers, please cop .] LODGE, No. II, I. O. O. P., meet every Tuesday evening, at the' Odd F ¿lows' Hall Poblie square. 4 ELECTION NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given, that an ELECTION wilt be held in the several Precinta of Bexar co., on WEDNESDAY tbe 1 at day of December. A. D., 1853, for the election by Ballet, of a County Treasu rer for the County of Bexar to fill the unexpired time of J. M. Devine—also, to fill the vacancies in tbe several Precincts, ss follows: l- wit: Ib PiwIllCI No. Pliujiiuu "uu* Ciiamkh riBllliei Nu. a, 1 insiiaeaf Éi Piau'iiud .an i bhj f llfUllllI Nu. h an fluu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 18 November 1852

p- m ^buírtiflcmcnta. S. Menifee Se Co., l ECF.iyiIs'G A <í D i"OR WAKEHNG Míjt- New Powder Horn Wharf, Indianola Refer to Measrf Le>?is & Groesbeck, Enoch Jones & Co., Paachal & Richardson, A. A. Lockwood, Messrs. J Y. Dashiel, Pay Master, TJ. 8. A., L. G. Capers, San Antonio; Maj. L- ¡rmasler, C. S. A, Jacob >ne, Indianola; Hamilton & Messrs. J. B. Groves 4 Son, New Orleans. 32-ty S. A. White, FORWARDING and Commission Mer- chant, INDIANOLA. Texas. Refers to—John A. Mitchel, R. M. Ellis, New Orleans; Lewi* &, Groes beck, Post & Hedges, San Antonio; G. P. Roger ft-Bro., Capt. J. P. Wheeler, Victoria. 23-tf Jfir. asbMinos, n. r. spar*s. j. k. «aldbidoe, tu. . bavliks, h bcacmont. Baldridffe. Sparks & Co. • /COMMISSION and Forwarding Merchants, V-/ and Wholesale Dealers in General Mer- chandize, INDULTOLA, Tetas. 3My t. A. Settle, T> ECEIVING. Forwarding and Commission XV Merchant, INDIANOLA, Texas. Keeps constantly on hand a general assort- fR...

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

bird of September, j twenty-eighth of Mari thirty-six, tweuty j andthirty-six, two i.For eighteenth < rcnty instalments ffor tbe purchase of i . ty* „ treaty of the r, eighteen hi lift iird insta uiidi eon .. j^TourTiun - j tide" of the treats 5 Arn vi F j,fcalm ents th article f October, ¿liOU- and /enteenth of twenty instalments s'bart-els of salt, stipulated in the , .niele of the treaty of the third ot iter, eighteen hundred and thirty- one hundred and fifty dollars, or expenses of thgir temporary removal pro/ " his. .from, their, present loca- "ílicfl'ínf AftitMÉhtr nr iliÁ m i pig' I the hundred ,and dol •«.smith article -tober. n huti- the of ft hteet ^ase pu-kíe iti V eáty c?f " t eighteen hundred ¿¿nd thirty-si* hundred "dollars. 3?or three blaok$QU0J3 and assistants, ng the pleasure **" S'W&Kjiih ar- Marchj eighteen"humTTeí^id tlnrfv-six^ twenty instalments two thousand one hundred and sixty doi- ud^f^e, stipulated lars. - ül'ucíc 9* treaty of the j For iron, steel,...

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

: iá® -J|f? % *. LEDGER.! Extra Session—Railroads—Duty of L«egtsla- ; TM South-Western American BOIFRKE fc HOWARD, SKwOlfc Proprietors OFFÍCÍALJOÜRNAL For Pn Wilkin ihetawi tf the United Stale*. ture. Law.'' • SAN ANTONIO. From the fone of the press and the elabora- Sometime since, in our meek mode we tions of peripatetic orators, the good Public of j occasion to throw out some meditations.x TH!T£t«f>AY, DECCMRER ft, 1H32. ¿UB OftfBÍp" Classen lias a magnificent of assortment has restored Dr. Devine lo Treasurer, a*a specimen of the po- • ficrlito. It is a monster morí from Mr. Sargeant, the f stages, an indianola ty-eight Lv. jre from ■ the te < lipil wasa-s young man bat evinces u i«rer age. His excellc '•hmtian bearing during hist lias en-'eared ijs memory to our tc We wisa him health and the success ^U16 which ministers of the Cross desire and deserve in his new abode. ' Texas are led to the conclusion that the Extra Sesspn will constitute anenlarged charitable ] instituti...

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

the %Ua Tí FALL SUPPLY-1852. James R. Sweet & Co , A Ji? ¿«W-opening their FALL SUPPLY H^r^",í0rn,fnl audT11Düme&tic Dr? Gw*is: W*3!** ' ^.Otaino' Boots. Shoos and Fancy o* Sk? Kh lhey wouW caii attentioB respect fui ly solicit theirjn- S-f.' J Xik® ne"her Agents or purchasers'm L -i ^^Hly reeouiuiend their oqds as such that will give satisfaction; and *■ coas.d<--rcd) will soil as Jou* as at auv ,;i the city. Just Received * oge De L^inet-: nujnt plain & embroidered Shawls; vimos and Thibet Cloth, biaek and * ^ lasks and Moreens-* i;ien Lui ters; "sted and cotton Table Co verse its newest Styles; and Hoods; * tton Hose and half Hose; s kid,buck,silk & thread Gloves; «s Silks; •Jd and brocade Silks; • 'Qassimers; BroadCloths; , carlet & green Blankets; goods. NEW The Subscribers have receiv- ed direct from Now Vork and * fiiliidolphis, and hi<3 üow opening, a large and well selected ^3iT DRUGS, MEDICINES PATEU I tiffs and orot^ng; Shirts., Crav Twilied Lowe...

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

'( Continued frtmjrstpagt.) SIOUX OF MISSISSIPPI. For interest on three hundred thousand dollar , at fire per centum, stipulated in | ol September, eighteen hun-Jred and seventeen, two thousand dolía s. For permanent, provision of the parchase of salt, stipulated iu tne third ai tide oí the treaty of the seventh of June, eigh!een hundred and the eceond article of the treaty of the • three, sixty dollar . . • i. MokiMn Knn-I For blacksmith and assistant during the plea twenty-ninth of September, eighteen huDJ 3Jcüiof ;^KPrcsiaeclj slipulated In the fJorth article of the treaty of the eighth of August, eighteen hundred aad tüirty-one, eight hundred r.ud forty dollars. For iron; steel. etc., daring the pleasure of ths President, stipulated in the lourth article of the treaty of the'eighth of August, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, two hundred and twenty dollars^ SÉNECAS AND SHAWNEES. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the seventeenth of September,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 30 December 1852

71 1 AN NIO f V >L. III. Ocuoíeíi to SVgricíturc, ¿HisoUang* £it*ratu«, Mineral Juformation anil ti)e Jntercst of tl)c State. NO. 38. TERMS $3 PER ANNUM. BY A U T IIO it i i' Y by the President of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. A PROCLAMATION. Whereas, a General Convention of Peace, Amity, Commerce ami Navigation between tbc United State of America and the Republic of Guatemala, was concluded and signed in the City of Guatemala. by SAN ANTONIO, BEXAR COUNTY, DECEMBER 30, 1852. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. j Guatemala, which shall not equally extend j thereon, from anv port, to tae places of ¡ hat she shall be pen ¡ to all otuer nations. < those who now are or hereafter shall be at other port or place s' Article VI. It is likewise agreed, that it wholly free front all merchants, comiuan ders of ships, and other citizens of both countries to manage themselves their owu business in all the ports and places subject to the jurisdiction of each other, as well j enmity with either of the co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 30 December 1852

T THE LEDGER. i nO".VAHD. Editors fit Proprietors i dre,! an'1 Fii,}Mwo' wiU have glide 5"¿TnTTr í^rTiTvrTí— i irremeable past. Wha*, 'onlay, is r f ICiA L JOURNAL : ,*.;n t,;.mrv BHUTIKE & ¿F for PnUJUIiinz the Lnwi of the I'nitcd Males. SAN ANTONIO. th grea> Tentun, gives a grand pvro- i 'itioii u'i N«w-Ycat'a ni^ki at bis The Naturalization (laalllication as tnl'orccd j on Monday I^ast. Wsthdue deference,we again urge, the Com- missioners of the election on Monda j last mis- took their duty in reference to the qualifications for suffrage as laid down in the 1st section of . "A Happy New Year." I Duty of Now City Officers. A day or two hence, the year Eighteen Hun- I Now that wc have a new regime of city officers, glided into the , (without attaching blame to the old,) we trust an active, ¡ that a spirit of energy and capacity will mar* stirring fact, will become history, The busy ] their administration. We are certainly in a _ j workings of an Act will have ceased, leaving...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 30 December 1852

w* % * ♦ lleetin* oítho SAN ANTONIO LJOEÜ ! A *11 ha held at the Conrt-Houre on HONDA Y «fiáSoiwi/ííf ?:'* Ao ttddre'^ t ' the M'tubere. even ^TTTdoÜ ARS REWARD, will be 1 O ufí.rr ¡ckrrroation .hatwül^^ ' ^ rw íi c,v crv «n ¡n m alicious p" kad to the «h* cnHnr - PC*or p^r:-*r.. r.1*3tj jo n dobbin. MEETING. recomnfn.l «i">n rf vse O LODGE, No.II, !. O. O.'F., meet every Tuesday evening, at the Odd Fellows' Hall. Public square. JEWELItY'.—Now opening, an assortment <£52. 36-tf ECKELS VaUXilALL GARLEN. OS AM O Ct«OX.£D BALL ROOM. A) It. ECKEL Kfpecifull * aMmoiutce* lo the citizens of Sin Antonio, that he lias im>-.v tirrilt in his Garden. «-ait of FURNITURE. just n «íd from New a large lot of FURN'I- ^d^-FRANK, of fine Jewelry, c nsisting of L«die*' Rings, ¡ Brooches. Bracelets, C¿rd Cases, Gold andSií-' ver Belt Bnckles and Slides. Also—A very superior «•mWrfw* th collar ofj Gold Ilumine Watch—heavy cases, etc . etc., etc. . .... . ~ ° ' *" net J A WE R. SWEET 4- CO. J n*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 30 December 1852

* VILLT. Upon some sly affair, Connubially dishonest. Fide Lempritre, Júpiter va " non at." And Dante Jobo thought Scandal and scarfs Consolation brought. So gar* a little part/. Soon the Gracesthree Came in eren log dresses; Very fond of lea They were, with water cressea. Vena came, and son, Who richly did deserte a Birching for the fan He made of sage Minerva. Next an earthly guest Came by invitation, And among the rest Created a vernation: My Nellf 'twas, and she Perfection so resembled, For her sovereignty The Queen of Beauty trembled. After tea there came A gambling speculation, And brought with the same Monstrous perturbation; Por my Nelly soon, Playing with discretion, From each goddesess won All her lich possession. Pallas lost her Wifh heavenly ¿Hfhe Gteenn Joño lós( her Dignity and stature, And the Graces three Lost their very nature. When on this earthly ball My Nelly thus alighted, With the gifts of all The goddess united, Tis not strange that she, Without much endeavor,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The San Antonio Ledger — 6 October 1853

I ■K m I I SsnPf-v) IT. Bevntti) to QgrictiUmr, Mi sc > LO '§ * C?; A TERMS $3 PÍR ANNUM. ^mm^m^m^SSS=S!SBSÍS^E^L——ljA Business Dircttorn. * * .v'. iCtícraíarr, (Seiural 3nfi 3310, BEXAR COUNTY, TEXAS, OCTOBER tlje Merits of c Vi.Nor.sur. IMA r.JONKB. X/ AS DElíLill* & JONE$, Attorney* * "tod Counselor at Law, Son latocio, TesaM, Vriil f .leaa promptly to ail boaimfca eatraated in their cire. Oelohft^a.Jpfia. XKtf . U. MtiwtTT% ■ ■ SYJ vt-wrnV~~ IJjEWITT &, NEWTO&,F Attorney s and Counselors at Law, San Aptnnio Telaa, Fefirtb tat H will practice in the Texas C ü+cond Judicial Diatricta, and *1 Auatin. UufinMS entrusted prompt!/ and faitliiullv atti «iva their prompt attention tu claims enfuttcd to tlteir care, *al Land Agmf. * preme Ciwrt etire, will b" 'Ihey will also «í«ttioa sf all act a* Gene- "/'r* u'r'A^ # l"- LA5 DVSAKDS & CLEVELAND, A torneas and Coun-elors at Law. and Ganer "* stetnj . N As 1'O.MO, frx-o. *1. LEWIS" nelor at Law. e: Jones's NVw RuilJing, ...

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