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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 October 1852

J iait ^ w>-v V"« rvwv> Vol. 7. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BIT JOHN D. LOGAN AND THOMAS STEltNE, AT"*'«IREE DOLL.IK8 PEW ANNUM, l.MV v'V V -WN.•>.+■ '* «'-^V 'V--VV/N. ^ VN^-V V^S.^v.-s. ,v*W«w x VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1852. ILOCAI C.irKo- FAMILY GR0CERIE8, Drug*, Medicine*, faints. Oils, *c> AT HALLETTSV1LLE. rpHR subscribers aro just oponina full and completo assortments obovo Uno , which they met oi nrticiba in the will sell low for cash, ¡Tii'elr motto in, a quick penny is hotter than a slow shilling. They invito their frionds to irive them a cull. 8 BENNETT & 8ANF0RD. Ilallottsvillo, May 15, 1852—2-tf S. GOLDMAN, Stfftoufiuue mitt Retail dealer in Dry Goods, Clothing, Qrocería, Hardware and Óueeiuware, Furniture, Boot , Slioei, Halt, Capí, all kinds of Liquors, Tobáceo and Segari. 30—ly. AND ^pftWAllDING BUSINESS. rj£UIE undersigned having just built n now ntul substantial wharf, is in evory oct prepared to roceive and forward goods, • • * ....I. ... •!. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 October 1852

\ m i N VnwíSÍ W- .( uríitir. 1": ' • di >:•' A ; •■P&: ■ I:"' "'.f SI H ,•;"" '1 BPp^ i'1 ■ U'.*: T* * - | .0' : f V'l ' s f. 5. ■ >r; • ■' fc :,ÍS i, TEXAS: ^INGvOCT. 23. ¡U.IW ♦ ===== much pleased yesterday tu iutaiice nf the Hon. Quy wing tho west CUBA. ea—gegTOmiii>ii«Biin n uza+uz&i i Exltoct from u letter to tho Editors, Tho Washington correspondent of the !dated IIai.m:i.-ivili,i:, O t. i , !' •" Philadelphia North Ameriuau writeu ni, Mis.iu . Editors--!!! this u . < of steam follow : '•Notwithstanding tho attempt*, iti vari- ouh quarters, to treat iho rece at disclo- sure of n threatened revolution in Culm witli levity, tho matter in known to be suf- ficiently grave to havo attructed tho suri prOMIlt csbvom jjloetor for Presidont, As |ous utteniion of tho Spanish Minister, and en led to iupposa, wo found him 110 lmvc büf¡" brought to the nótieo of tho .iid agreeable gentleman, and one I T' " n,BI!1" r !'s 10 áu,h#r" ™ * . ¡uso tho adoptinnofpreciulioniir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 October 1852

Jl 4 N Eluuuent.—At n minister indignation meeting rocontly held in Mobile to elicit an oxjirossion oí public sontiment relative to tho outrage on the American sloamer Croscent City, Col. C. C. Lnngtloti, luto tho tiblc editor ol the Molilo Advertiser, mude n powerful upcocli, closing with the following nob|o .entimeots: "Only it low months agil, and I was with- in tho walls of llnv.'iiin, Ond have lurined u very strong and ik-Uaiio opinion as to tho governinent. It is a despulió one of the wuíki kind. The Creoles are very slaves; -the har-l-ournt I Iruitu of their labor oro consumed by tho ¡ipani.-h: if ihey show tho least sjgn of (li-u'oiitent their estates are confiscated ami théin.iolves iuiprisoiit:d and olten garroted. Knowing lilis, 1 woi/til gladly see Cuba freo, lull, my Irjends, 'voti must not !>o h isty; you sliotild rather wait the tide ot events; sooner or later they will, ol themselves, hurry on n crisis, and yo'.i and I, all of us, may live to see the day—and a glo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 23 October 1852

' - '■ ,9 WmKsmM «1% <' I f ilfcfe , V& # % IE 'lavaca. nol* SIMertfotnentfii il. o. awtomtoemruts. il. RUNOE ¿ CO., VVLBOT, ..,.♦ for New. Julvoitou, every o ; from tha 10th , passengers anil frulgli i wharves frao of ligbtr uporlorsteainship, fov for her excell ucements for ;« or deteo hip, fovorubly known Iftut (juitUies, offers ■ 1 1 passengers, having niry cabins, (&- No jiuttlp tu- rio GREEN, HARDING Commission and Forwarding India nula, Texan, Have ft largo nnd commodious Warehouse, ith ft cool collar for wet burrols; good in thuir _ iargo wiB bo woll taken euro of, und any bu- siness intrusted tu thorn will bo promptly in- tended to. 35-1y WHITE, vintr mid Forwarding IHC3X'X.A.Wrm',9 KOLA, TEXAS. rleans ULTON & n« jYlcr" , ADAMS & CO.,) 4 RDINO til *•€. 8 & MILLS asy^ & D. A™'*' p i vy est- ntailiure, well in d K Éf¿> IIA08, etc.-- Oft, Aug. 21 I it/fn ? lues of'tiii coiekiriUud'ft Pnitit tiro lot* woll known tó be ox- Ijert. Jt in pnrticulnH/ r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 27 November 1852

■Á. * r 4* ¿jx >■— m m-m ^ i:;. v• / •- /■ s A X X íexian ^Í M- - ^ ¡a^ .. ... 1,'Í- i mi vol:¿7.' W«tW f «I# .'ÍW V'' $W frífc2í««J:r#® if} ^ victoria, texas, saturday, november THE texian advocate 18 fublisiiko kvkhv satubüav 11v LOtiAN ft STERN K, At $3 pkh Annum, payaulk in auvanck. THE! ADVOCATE Wiu l>< «levelled la AanicffLTDHK, Eddcatws, bcimc , ITI'IIK, C'llHMUUtK, M tll)l\lUTt!IIIS, Ullll UKUmiit Is- .unit 1,-tpiicially to the NEWS OK THIS DAY. number will generally ountain one or more luterent- :oriei, iiuveral iileoen of Poetry, Illnll on Doiiienllo iny, Practical Hugj(ciitlona for the i nuer, Mwliaiilc, ou e-koeiier, Mlicelluneoiu nrtloloi, he. - —ANI) ALSO— iTIUT nüwrt riiox All. paiith or Tim UsitkuBtatm a u FOHHim CUIMTHIIM, rur^TATK or TUK CotTO* and otitkii MAKIKTiI, oilier luuttera of Interest to tlm general reader. .ADVERTISING. ¿'Aiinro, (eight linea or lew,) llrat Inner Hon, $1 AO 1 • eh aub«e>|iieiit Inaertion, 00 \ V ' QONWAOTS 1IY TIIK YEAH. ■ 'On...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 27 November 1852

i J- .... ■' W\. • ;• ■ €frt €mm VICTORIA Thli body was November, 1849, by the formation of Division «8," since which tima It ■Mil T borrow at sufficient to hold aecom be ftdly Division increase in the heart- Doom.—We to the card of > haa opened a Land County Beat of ia a gentleman r acquainted r } - - - • ■ " * 1 to US r very unreservedly nmond all persons who need the servi- olll^ent and trusty Agent in Wos- either for Hie salo or purciiase of : intelli] Texas ■ Land, or the paying of Taxes thereon, to ad< • dress Mr. Menefce on the subject. , ; Coming over us—."like the sweet South, eathlng o'er a bod of violets." Incidents L J*™* ■' "-¿n oocur amid the; of our bi 'É852L " ftiátpii y','. - fó-áúnz. fe? of this from oountary's wide terri non their the new ally in of the great principle of pop* -ty. Predictions based upon ardent their success went forth through A- and Europe like Io's prophecy to Próme i bound, foretelling deliverance to the boo* of whatsoever land, in the st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 27 November 1852

If .. ¡ ■ ■ I J ' J ; • r§ rm IoPh from tho "fauUjr i'rlenil." CmLDBRM OF I'bwonkrs.—"FThen I WttS ill Bryant, the Poet. Berlin," nays a popular writer* "I wont into a William Ci'li.ks Buyant WttS born on the I)U,',ic Prison an,i visited every part of the en- third day of November, ] 7 4. Hits father wus taUltelmiont- At last I was Introduced to u ve- il well educated aud popular physician, thor- 7 larB° h,ü|. which )VM fuU of children, with oughly acquainted with the bent English litera- ,huir books <">d toachers, and having the ap- ture. lie perceived in his son William, at a very P™rance of a Prussian school-room. "What," early ago, indications of an uneommou Renins,! "A"1 1- "'814 P0fi8'bl° that all these children are and attended carefully to his education, placing I '«"prisoned here for crime?" "Oh! rió," said beforo him the most perfect specimens of En- «ho conductor smiling at my simplicity; "but. glish composition. When Bryant was thirteen if " Pnrunt is ¡raprisoned h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 27 November 1852

¡y« r ? &í¡É6 i4t - . b*F. mH JÉ /f 91 Mí $¡$,' i K ;':•> «N ANDTKIAI aaaa LAWLM* Puck, Thompuon. iMtNlUrt Wá® ■Or tama. 1 If * i mm TEXAS. 3Ürm-<Drltnnfl fltarrtisrnmits. JítuMfolfüiH ^wrttoinmta. Üm- f ork Slburtiscmnita. PHILADELPHIA 01 Magazine Street, nei r.lV ORLEANS. Manafactury No. 18 Docatur et., Philadelphia. MACEE ¿T KNEASS RESPECTFULLY Invite the attention of persona wt«hln| to pureliau articles lit the Hjihilout Bralswa, tu cull and examine their sunk of goods, which fur durability and neatneaa of llnlali cannot be surpassed. Their prlcei are aa lu at any establishment In the country. 8ADDLERY, Hardware, Trunkt, Harneu Leather!! Coaolimaker'e and Saddler's Tools, Trimming and Materials: Nautilo, I. O. O. K. aud Sons of Teinperanoe Regalia, In all Ita varletlea. Principal agenta for the " (Bait " llnaton Ilelting Company, for the I Mill llanda, packing for alexin laorlptlon of India Rulibur goods. i nd( I • * . ' a Mil ■ India «If to apar no palnaor . Jiilllug ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 19 March 1853

^ «S iU> > voiw. 7. MARCH 19, 1853, VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATU 1 M . - TEXIAN ADVOCATE IS PITOUSUED EVEItV SATURDAY BY iouaií ft htebng, At $3 it.ii Annum, iwvaule in advance. TIIR ADVOCATE ) devotuil to Aokutltumj, Kiiucatioh, Scirncb, Villi, oommkpci:, m.i.nukactuup*, and (iknkiiai, in- «OF, and especially to the NKWH OK THE DAY. Jjttibur will generally contain one «ir moro interest- ^jOrles, several pieces of poetry, Hint* on Domestle Economy, Practical Buggeüfelqim for the Farmer, Mechanic, fend llouse-lcucper, Miscellaneous articles, 4e. , —AND A 1,80— Tun Latest News from au. imiithoptiiu (*mtko Status and forhios contraías, Tub Htatb op this Cotton and omisa .Maiikbt*, And all other matter# of interest to the genera) reader. ADVERTISING, One square, (eight lines or Ion*,) first Insertion, $1 00 For each subsequent Insertion, M CONTUACT8 «V T11K VKAIt. One cqnare, one year, renewable $¿0 00 1 wo h|uare¿, one your, renewable 8U ot) [i;;., "our square-, one year, renewable 40 D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 19 March 1853

¿¿JÉ rate. !XAS; .tBirnüa universal ... the mail I* .,„. wo had one mail bavo b«en pulling bo extensively an old fa- reliance upon ita plying reg- \ bay and New Or* Mo of reliance e must believe u«o not un- uigt-a come couni hen they ought to reach w Orleans and Indlanola.— newspapers share the name liteh ough}. to come to hand eir dato," crawl into our wanderings to which the "Trav els of Hurábolt" are In nowaytrt be compared * leans, upon tho fcult to frequently our gtraggir corda us directly Letter a well fate, and mlssin within a w iPHt The notorious Dr. Niipheygi has been figur- ing at Batou Rouge, La., lately. Our District Court adjourned last evening, after a long, and laborious session. A large number of case* waa disposed of— iu fact, all that were ready for trial. Having been almost constantly in attendance during the Court we feel no hesitancy in saying, that undor any circumstances, greater dispatch could scarcely have been exhibited. StitoKo'i MysfcTM.—Our surprise wag ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 19 March 1853

'** « ** tb' R,v"" or A*S2" 'Si >?,ro the a. paschal. T. O. STK18L1NG. J-vjdUo a Homo RliiiaAwtiie gentleman Wo tiro highly poeaiiunht-d a RWicral moral loracio and othur "/ mpar "V Hr a dry, andlrthoSu^2ILS í.e'r. b<>- ties stooil ton nuieh aloof from the uuiss of the that the Ur z,,Q V... ¿umn" '"""o the tradition , "ro "fahly rt-oAUlwhed a general moral rivera of Tmm^.ÍÜ i^' ^°'0,a<lo and other nim!l?t'r o<"Wunder the title of " ¡lome Mis- dred years ago com or a hun- 'Tliev were induced to do this, by the and in drj conviction ey v that the other moral reform socio- flowing in tliBiV ^"°y say that the people, and depended almost entirely tinon the beds of thes - , if.'nIavo ,en wcttr'n8 deep- |„ij0rK 0f their colporteurs, whose duty it is to rw'.r"'1 and that countless springs have distribute tracts devoted to the subject of mor- t laid open, as the channels of the rivers n| reform. Tho movers in this nun- orattiiizn* or a: l.ocii .ww ...w.w tion Binv tllttl Homct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 19 March 1853

L, V>- 1 I c LAVACA. jÚM Sliiorríistitinite. ^riu-iftlrnnn Sliicrrtismiciitn.130fui-d>rtas Bneiíiscnmits. ipüjtafiííi^ kiSTOS; IMOANOLA. TKXAS TIIÜ arnlartrnt*. baring I'M®* Ito b",v« l ro|M«ftsr htr.tofor. to favorably known, and havingil<«" í a thorough renoratlon throughout, U..W rttfoi'erlng, painting, and furiil-hlno «lili •uilr* now Furniture, la renovation Ihreni m, miiá furnishing will mow ready lo accommodate those wjio may fa with ii oAii. lit ai o$i«dge «KM? ^r®. ¡f t*p.n«« whatever lo make thow "«.htm hi* os ni any wjio muy favor litio pa I ii« or io*e ra 11 tug oft htm Am com* [otoI In Western TCxo*. Puml- Indianola, will And the roomi sal •I u SM M*™*, lie. or other perion. vl.UJp« Inílenola. will find the rM¡m« I at (he Plantur's lluuse comfortable, and the table nuppliM . ' _j.t .. ini,A rutina o lb. market and the country will Put a, It It muchca-lor to make proml «s than to U Pl.a.. e... and e.a.nln, tnrynur,,,^,, Indlnnola, June II, ISM. lwll.HI . FUL'l ■...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 26 March 1853

^ y V I / ^ y 3Vbt)ocate >—' . ■ d í 1^1 Í VOL.7. VICTORIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1853. THE TEXIAN ADVOCATE IS PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATÜRDAV DV LOSAN * STERNE, At $8 per Annum, payable in advance. THE ADVOCATE Will be dented to AoMOtn.TO«*, Euucatiok, Senates, lllTWATPHt, COMMKRCK, MáKV/AOTVIIIM, Mill G«nkimi. l.n- TIllhirnck, and especially to the NEWS OP THE DAY. laeli number will generally contain one or more Interest- ing Storlea, several plectM of i'liutry, Hints on Domestic Economy, Practical suggeetlona for the Farmer, Mechanic, and lloiMe-keoper, Miscellaneous articles, Ac. -AND ALSO— Tui Latest Nava from all parti opti Umitkd Statu add Fohkiqn Cotnmttw, Til* Statu or tur Cotton ami ornan Markets, And all eUier matters of Interest to the general reader. ADVERTISING. One square, (eight lines or less,) first Insertion 11 OA ror each subsequent Inaertlon, 60 CONTRACTS BY THE YEAR. One square, one year, renewnble, $20 00 Two squares, one year, renewable, 10 no lour squares, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 26 March 1853

* V * 1 I V BBiHH f ■ O. K. LEWIS u a IM *« Weitera Congrtulon ! ved at inaisnoia on Now Orleans, making the halfhotp. Her rerypo- laced ui under obligation* progress and i«. of rulora marks a onvotvlng rovfclntlons of as of government With us no shakes our political frabrir, but a administration—whethor of the same part/ character—is only deemed of a Aituro, pregnant wl '7 3 1 appfor destiny. The cy of the Union—know Ail and responsibilities; and but r choice of political candidate , a* they do, individually lia' salsty of thefrrifluntry,' bio Air its prosperity and advance' mrat to their own forum of public opinion. HeiMo whether á VTlilg or Democrat be eho- sen as the head of government, they look to a quiet Inaugural from their President, and an equal quiet change of otilco holders. They an' tlcipato no bold eoup d'etat, endangering their libertliM or hazarding the siifety of the repub lie; nór do they ftnr a daring ambition, which filial! aspiró to bring them beneath the sceptr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 26 March 1853

A Case of Fasihoh Decided.—The other day two young ladies were discussing the lush 10I1S. Ono U'lli in fitvnt* /vi* 1.^ .1.. . ., !il , V - -o iv*v UIV lUMl- ions. One was in favor of having drenaos with the hooks and eyes behind, adding—"I think they aro moro genteel in appearance." The one in favor of placing the books and eyes in front, replied—" Yes, but supposo a body mar- ries, then the dresses wjjl neail no altering."— No. 1. fainted at the mero nllusion to such nn interesting catastrophe.—S. W. American. ^ExTRAOKUlNARV Rationamtv in a LaDV. Wo aro enabled to state as a fact, which, though apparently incredible, may be entirely depended upon, that a lady, being ottered a new bonnet by her husband, positively declined the present, on tho ground that the did not ■icant it. Honco, it appears that there is not, in all cases without exception, unqualified and absolute truth in tho complaint of married men that women are always wanting new bonnets. The excellence of Norwegian insti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 26 March 1853

* — f. Ill iiSiMlUJi HI iSHPIés im mmm Miañóla Storrtifltnifnto. !l]cin-(Drlrans itarfainrts. Ilirai-ífrrifaiuí ^ferfeciiiriits. ?¡fe LAVACA .• u BVRrnr.N. (▼In Indl.noln ie«dny, eoraraenc. «teara.htp, favorably . Tor freight or MI- LI. Y. «t Hv.ca. DINO 4 CO., New-Orlean.. jPiUftirito'S IS1W&Á0 iMi \so\t\. ri x ts T1IE undersigned, having leased Ibe above property heretofore so favorably known, and having given it a thorough renovallou throughout, besides re-papering, painting, and furnishing with entire new Furniture, is now ready to accommodate tho-e who may favor liiio with a call. He also p'edges himself to «pare no pain* or •xpen e whatever to make those calling on Mm a* coin* fortab.e a* at any other Hotel in Western Tex - . Fami. U«e or other persona vMting Indianola, will find rhe rooms at the Plantel1* Hou e comfortable, and the table Supplied with a i good efitiug an the market and the country will alfotd. Hut a it i - much easier to nmkc promises than tb redeem them,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 30 April 1853

í ProclnumMoii. h Krie'a YOL. 7. VICTORIA, TEX AS, SAT IT; 30, 1853: TUR TEXIAN ADVOCATE IS l'UUUSIIKJ) EVKKY SATUIIDAY 11V LO(ÍA\ & NTKRKE, At i'kii Annum, i'ayaiii.k in advance. THE ADVOCATK \Vll4« bo devoted to Anuirui/rt'iiK, Kihtation, KriKxr llTKItATl'IlK, ('OMMKIUK, MAMlTKAVTrilliM, HUil tlKNKKAl. ÍK <i£l.UQKNc'K, uti<l uMpucially to the NKW8 OF Til K 1>AY >!aoh number will genenilly contain one or more ItUerent- Inp Storloi , Hevorui piece* of Poetry, Hint on DouieHtlc Jicotumiy, Practical Butftfeutioim fop trie Farmer, Mechanic, ami Iloune-keeper, MIhouUuiicouh articles, Ac. —AND ALSO— tfllR IiATIttT Ni:w.s Know AM. t'AHTM IIP'NIK U.SITBP pTAtllS A.VP I hVlllKKtS counthikm, / Tub Statu ok this Cotton andoricuu Mark htm, ¡ JVnU all other matter or interest to the general reader. APVEUTISIXO. One nqnare, (eight linoit or I en*,) flr t hiricrtlon,.... .#1 00 For each HuWqueiit CONTRACTS IIY T1IK YKAH. Nquare, one year, renewable, *¡¿0 no jo Hquarea, one year, r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 30 April 1853

* • A, TEXAS: " Pffi i ■ 'M, BMtiO, APRIL 10, MM. ir m -|i~i in —iin -m. 1 j^Tr^r n<-i - - i ~ - i i ■ ^ >r Congrait •li«4 to tnn*ubcó C p . O. K. LEWIS r Caiifreu from lk« Wtilern Congrcwlanal t tho eiuulag Au(i|it «leolUm. •athorisrd I annouBM th« lion. I*. II. BUM. • I for Con«rrsi from the W«t«rs/Ca«rr«««l<in- , «I tlio «uulog AugOit «I W«' r. rcqiiutcd la announee *, . * ciindldute for OavtrMr ilMllon. to (Who M. Petti, of Ib Augiut «l«cl* Wo in (uthorl d to «nnounco Jtwiu T. Lyti.* m e n- flldatf to roprtMnt till. Senatorial Ul.trlcl, compound of tho oountlea of Calhoun, JmIuoii, Lavaca, Oollad ami Vic- atootlou, utltorbtd to announce tho lion, THOMAS I, of Lconoounty, u a candidato «or Congrí irualonal Dlilrlct of Vex*) linnai cic> ■ .^77. «or CongrfM nu (1 the clulling vongrpMinnui _ * i nnnics ni K" in mmrcu ni hub iiiiuiHia i ^ At tl,0 aalleltktlon of¿¿y7rien<i. in UvaJa and othor "Vtrño not Wiy that gold has riot bo pirtiof tho Iil.trlci, Dr. N. ChamhlU , o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 30 April 1853

✓ I í Saula An it it's Proclamation. Tho following proclamation of Gen. Santa Aiuut, is addressed to tho people of Mexico: PROCLAMATION'; Mexicans—(In treading once more the shores of inv country, I salutu you with thu liveliest emotion. My heart lms palpitated with ten- derness from the moment that my eyes began to discover, on approaching our coasts, those high mountains which told of the proximity of h la d in which every thing presents to me the fti .-t grateful recollections. ion havo called me, believing that I could he useful In leading you from that state of an- archy and desolation into which vou have fall- en. and ! have not hesitated to come at your call. \ ou have mo now upon your soil, resolv- ed to use all my efforts for an object of such es- sential importance; but il I have been prompt to come at your call, it i.s liecivuse I count upon your elBcaclous co-operation. Useless will be my firm resolution to consecrate nivself whol- ly to the salvation of our country if e...

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