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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 July 1843

pcBlTie a Monologue, I entered upon my de- Ton. Willi the assistance of Beuiita, who sup-- her mibtress with cologne, 1 kept hei 'atientkvi live through üie incipient circumstances. Symptoms are soon told!.* I came to tlie avowal. Her hand lay reposing on ihe arm of the sofu, half buiied in * mus- lin fiftylurd. I to<<k<it up and pressed the cool soft fin- gers tb my lips—unforbidden. 1 rose and looked into her eyes for confirmation. Delicious creature—she was asleep. I never have had courage to renew the subject.— Miaa^AJ'Lush wonts to have forgottou it altogether.— Upon reflection too, I'm convinced she would not sur- vive the excitement of theceremjny—unless, indeed, «he could sleop between the respouaesandthe prayer. ¡Letters of Credit.—We copy from the Boston Post the subjoined bi iei' but intelligible sketch of a highly important case—Russell and another vs. Tim- othy Wiggin and others—recetitlyjdectded in the Cir- m cuit Court of the United States for Massachusetts. ...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston City Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 July 1843

**£m. • iw, h £ , Aphorisms, tfo.—H« who thinks cloMMt will apeak freest. A deep thought will have a full utterance; u will not be clogged by the fot ra# of spcech, or hushed by Ihe frowua of roati. What you keep by you. you may cliangw and mend, but worda once apoken can never be recalled.—Rom- common No man ia free from foar: he ia nor who says he never feela it; he feara to be thought a coward; and, whether be trembles before a aword or a supposition, it is alike fear. Good hearts, accompanied with good understand- ing, seldom produce, eren when mistaken, lusting evil. Tbey repair and compensate .—Dr. Knox. When all is done, human life is at the lieet.liul like a froward child, that must be played with and humor, ed a little to koep it quiet till it fall asleep, and then the car® is over.-—Sir W. Semple. Woman is by destination the elementary power of education. To h<r are intrusted all human capacii iea in the earlieat life and development, and through the innate relations wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 29 July 1843

wj/'j.-it: 3 i I • E¥#' THE CIVILIAN AND GA BBTABLISHED IN] GALVESTON. TEXAS* SATURD EDITED BV U. NTI7ABT. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. At $8 per annum payable whhin six months after the time of subscribing—or $10 at (he end of the year. Alio, published weeklv, foi the country, at $5 per annum payable in advance. ADVERTISING—One square, one dollur for the firal inser* lion, each subsequent insertion fifty cents. Eight lino* make a nqqnre, IU" All letters mi business of the office must be post p*id or tin;y will not be lukch out of the post office. CARDS ofgt«anibnut and other paxfmiper, and announce- ments, of cauJidmcsfor office, uro coiiMdered und.churged us ad. vortismsnts. O* Marring and obituary notices of more thun three lines in engtli charged nn adverlismeuti. -WEDNESDAY, JULY 26,1843. H. B. M. Sloop of war Scylia',' Capt. Sharp, arriv- ed on Sunday evening in ten days from Vera Cruz, We understand that despatches came by this arrival to the British Minuter, touch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 29 July 1843

■ti .t-tá* Ttlmr.áit ri .- ató¿*¿.-.. >4 .&& lor, shewing lie disbursement of the monies received from Y'jcoiod, and tecehred an acknowledgement of its receipt; the voucheis were not sent, because J had _ , , i „ „ • , . u . . to transmit ibe arcnunt l>y steamer from NeWOilcans, rn "C T i"1 j" Pre^"1 f «a i i and feared lo risk them by tbe same conveyance, bu. ffla?r? «d.sobod.encool^ «rders, n^a^.1 agui^ thn „alure of ,be BervicoJin wbich I wa8 engaged. Toiuton Star. TO THE PEOPLE OF TEXAS. and proclaiming me an outflow, engaged in'a plratU- cal cruize, calls for iirvmudiate explanation and de- fence <J my pail now thai I have the opportunity of refuting charges pioinulgated during my absence. J am gratified to learn that a liburul ^public have found, ib my motives, an excuse for what they wero bound to consider a disobedience of orders, but this does no: satisfy me. I claim to be fully exonerated from the churgea 10 solemnly paraded in the Presi- dent's Proclamati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 29 July 1843

■• ■<•> '- *y ... o«tot ,■;■„•■ - ^3** III f ym... s THE CAW INDIAN HUNTING GROUND. We ciossedflhe Pawnee l'"ui k, ami visited ibe Caw camp. Their wigwams were constructed of ¿buehes inserted into the ground; twisted together at the top and covered with the bulluloo hides that they had been gatheiing i^tr their winter lodges. Meat was drying in every_dji'ection. It had been cut in long nairow strips, wound around^ticks standing upright in the ground, or laid over licks of wicker work, un- der which slow fires are kept burning. The stench and the squalid app^fece of the women and chil- di en,were not sunici^^ty interesting to detain us long, and we travelled on for the buffaloe who were bel- lowing over the hills in advance of us. There ap- peared to be about 150 souls; and filthy as swine. They make a yearly hunt to this region in the spring — lay in a large quantity of dried meatl—•return to their own territoiy in harvest lime—gather tlmii beans and corn, make tlio buffaloe h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 29 July 1843

áflh>- *i ■ ■ .a, ¿'4*1 ffif mmmr 1IB1 fiirfrii-ifíiÉftaii Yaitin . . ■*&* mm that the origin of the is at Wiiique date. It wi s es- tho Human soldier1 in eamp^afler the Israel ilea duringtlio reign oí Nero, the oror, who comme nettd liis reign A.D>56, they were callpd follow-cttizeiis. The fellow wa* given to this ordtir of men A. Dr79, by Titus C®jar, Emperor of Rome, from their singular]!! 0.f notions, and from their knowing each other benight as well as by day; and for their fidelity to hirti and their country, he not only gave tJietA the name of odd fellows, buíaí ihe same time, as a pledge of friendship, presented ¿hem wi/h a dis pensaron, engraved on a &|a2e of gold, having <he "* following emhlems, namely*. The royul.rch of Titus («mi, the ark oT tint covenant, the golden candlestick*, the golden tables, (weighing «lie great tnl- • Jttfe) The .uu for N-G., the moon and star* for V. G., a lamb foFieiretarTillio liQii for guardian, the dove for warden, and the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 2 September 1843

THE CIVILIAN i ESTABLISHED PN1 :x. m T—ir^T SPlTfiD BV II. iTITABT. UBUSIIEU EVKItY WEDNESDAY ANO SATURDAY. At ¡jw per annum payable within ¡x months after the time of subscribing—or $10 at the end uf the year. Also, p'ibli;)i4d eeklv, roí' the country, at $5 per anuum payable in advanop. ADVERTISING—Une «quarn, one dollar for the firat inser- tion, each subsequent inaertioA fifty cents. Eight linos make * squnre. *; * " < UJ* All letters on bnaineas oftlm olfico must be post paid or they will not be taken out of the post office. CARDS of steamboat and ¿>ther pansanger, and nnnnunce- inents, of candidates for office, are cqn ideretl and charged as ad> vertinments. ' " • 07 Marriage and obituary notices of more than three line* in length charged as ad*ertwm«^itv^^^^^ >AY, AUGUST 30, 1643. f war Scylla-returned from Vera iff this port on Monday, bring- We predicted,®. it* first publication, that |1 concerning.Rents passed by-the last Congress be repealed try the next. Wo.h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 2 September 1843

i&t 3TTEM SATURDA 2, 1843 Ñuto Cation.-"-Five balus«of the new crop of cólton were received by the Steamer Lady fiyroiH from Houston, on Thursday—raised by Col. P. M, Cuney on the Brazos—quality middjing fair-—and; snld at 7 cent* per lb., cash, and shipped to Bremen by Messrs. H. H. Williams & Co, onboard the Galliot Union, Capt. Martens; and we predict will bu the first cotton, of the growth ot 1843, from this continent, landed in Europe. Mr. Asa Hill, an old gentleman oi Rutersville, and one of the pritooeta taken by the Mexicans at Mier, arrived here by this brig Sam Houston, on Wednes- day, having been released by Santa Anna in; conse- quence of his age and the helpless condition of his family ái home. Mr. Hill had two sons (boys) who distinguished themselves at Mier. One of them was, tor bis bravery in the battle, libérated and adopted by Gen, Ampudia, who, when he was ordered to Yu- catan, turned hirr. over to Sánta Anna, who designs educating and rearing him as his o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 2 September 1843

w •¿Jta x i > believe Richard Bache, Esq. to be not only Cui- ji capable to represent us, but one whose professions are of the right stamp: and whereas we have every confidence that those professions will be practised and carried out to their fullest extent by him if elected: Therefore . . '¿solved, That we will give oar support at the ejtft election for Representative to Richard Bache* the Mechanics and Workingman's friend, and that we will use all honorable endeavors to secure liis election; i ' Resolved, That we cannot allow a secrct caucus, composed of a few individuals whose interests are en- tirely separate from ours, to nominate a candidate, and mark out by their resolutions a course of policy calculated to destroy the mechanical interests of the country, as the measures to be advanced by him, and then palm him off upon u& as the great champion of our lights! R&solved, That the opinions béretofore entertained by Levi Jones, viz; that of espeiimentiug (at the cost o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 2 September 1843

a. pi; Importen of English Goods. Direct frdtk Hon AH kinds of Clotii ug,'Dry üoodn, Iluxiory, Gloves, &>c Umbrella end l'ara*>ls, Hardware,Cutlory, *c. A c. No. 6.Strand, (opposite the CuBtoni House.) Galveston, Teíaí. WM. HALL & (ID. W-Ji olea ale De alert, COMMIMION AND JTOBWAHDIKO MKH0HANT5, Galveston, Texas, D. H. KLAENER. Importer of German English, American and French Dry Goods;—English and German Hardware, also Wines, Liquors and Provisions. Strand, Galveston. H H. WILLIAMS & Forwarding and Commission Merchants Sept.28—lit GALVESTON, Texas. . H. A. COBB Auction and Commission Merchant. Liberal advuncesmade on consignment* E. O. LYNCH, Auction and Cummission Merchant? Galveston Texas. TET Liberal advances ronda on consignments of the Produce Ofthe aotintrv dec 7. ami - -4.il Jutrv AUCTION MART. T HE subacriber tenders liis services td the public as Auc- tioneer. Ten years oxperiOnce connected with the largest Amnion Homo in tho United- tásales renders him co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 9 September 1843

THE CIVILIAN Eft mm mm >¡á¡2m STABLI9HED IN] GALVESTON, TEXAS SÁTÜR i 'i i .' ... ■ --1—J-il—1JUB I EDITE BV II. feTPAHT. published everv wednesday and saturday. t'fS per annum payable within fix months after tlie tiinfl of subscribing—or $10 at the end of the-year, Al«o, published weeklv, for the country, at $5 per annum payable in ailvanfci. AUVIJIITÍSING—One square, one dollar far llio first iiiscr tion, each subucqueui insertion fifty cents. Eight lines ujuko á aun re. (O* All lettors on business of the office must be post jiaid or tlicy will not he taken out of the post office. CARDS of steamboat and other passenger, and announce- ments, of candidat^Bfor office, aro conaidored and charged as ad. 'vertisntentB. O* Marriage nnd obituary noticca of mora than three lines m length charged as advertismenti. v , r>.f-rwmrri,^wiw^ii>i.li*i|lTm.iii^iyjpq'i!Hiu1 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1843- _ __ THE ELECTION ~ For this' county., held on Monday last, resulted as follows: ~ ' 1 ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 9 September 1843

m h SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1943. ■ ■ • f " Ja , W. Henderson,.Esq. has been elected to rep- rpaent Harris coupty in tbe next Congresii,^% a ma- jority of eighty nine volea over Col/3aa. Morgan, lata Naval Commissioner. Mr. Henderson is a firm and steady supporter of the present a&miniítiatiou. Tbe contest for the office of Mujor General, in Harris county, was between Col. Sherman and Geir Tarrant. Tbe former received a majority of near one huudre£. Genera! Hunt received but a small vote. From present indications Sherman and Tarrant are the contending candidates. Heavy rains have visited the Island within tbe last three days. We hope they tr.ay not have been suffi- ciently extended to4injure the cotton on the main land. At the new Methodist College, in San Augustine, the price of tuition, per session of five months, is fix- ed at $10, and board at $5 por month. At Rutersville, the price of tuition is $20 and of board from 8 to $12 per month in private families. We are gratified t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 9 September 1843

.LUiiiilpmii'r M / J m . "" usyer, (he pawn broker, the money scriv-! Stearine.—The manufacture of Lard Oil has open- f, the Jfdsotilh and the dealer in bullion. A ed a new aourgfl of wealth to the West, and on ermaii tJveller who visited England in 1593, saya which, as yet.ia only on the threshold of profitably :lath©85¿v¡n Lombard street all sorts of gold and, operation. Not only does it furnish a vent for tfee ilver vossels exposed for sale, as well as ancient and immense quantity of lard which the west protluees, coins, in such quantities as must surprise a first time he sees and considers them. A Conversation.1—"Have you heard the news?'^— 'No, what ib|it?" "The locusts have appeared on{sev eral farms near the city,and there is every indication of eueh a swarm of them as wiH devour everything green throughout.the country!" Indeed! well you had bet. terlaavelhe country at once, they will certainly de- vour you!"—JV. Y, Sun. -V J V One of Napoleon's Old Braves.'— Count Drouet d'H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 9 September 1843

«I" It" ml IS M- 5./ wM-" impossibleThat any oilior two independent ans can bate such a community if iiiicrpntN as ngland and Ameiica. In truth, wo knovyAno ma- terial and substantial interests in which the*aro .u0 posed—nAy, in whtiph they aip separated; thtikp'^i'i, their laws and their language are the stftne; tWÍr bu- siness, ibeir prosperity, are identified, 'NpvP York is but!«i suburb or Liveijyool, o¡, if you will, Liverpool oí' New York. . The failure of the Fennsylvu/riu U- Arid the red nwop from Babelmandel's strand Looks as she climbs through pyramids of sand, Thai, whirled atofr, and gilded by her light, J)luze, the lone bcacons of the desert night! 4- CARDS, C. H. PlX & COMFY; Importer of English, Goods, Direct from London All Unida of Clothing, Ory (ioods, Hosiary, Gloves, &c. ... Umbroliiw and Parasols, Hardware, Cutlery, &c. (Site. nitod States Rank has ruined murri fortuiiWin Eng-| No. G.Strand, (opposite the Custorn House,) land than in American—the man...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 16 September 1843

THE CIVILIAN ESTABLISHED INj ¡PUBLISHED EVE HfUAKl. At íj¡H<|ier annum payable-within si* mmitlu nfior the time of subBcribiugi-or $¡10at tlie«M t>ftho.yewr. ■ Al p>ij .uMi*he<l wpekW, loi the cuuntry, til $5 peranum payable ill inJV'frira. APVKUT181NG—One si|uarfl',onB dollar fur the first inner- tion, each sOhscquent insertion fifi y rent#. Eight lines make a Mpiird. Ailiolliseiiienta inserted oncaii week pur square for each iiisirtion. O* All letters on business of |lif ofijee must te.p'oijt paid ór they will not be taken out of tlio post pfficp., CAltOS of steamboat ami otl er. pa^on^elr, arid announce- mctitH.of candidate far office, are couaidured and charge a ad. vértisninnts. i / " (HT Marriage and obituary notices of more than three hues in .enath charged as iidy«riÍHmuuU. SATUR GALVESTON, leciioupeiuig leaves them WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1843. V OFFICIAL RETURNS ';MT, - 273,votos - 262 394 - sr i -V 8 - Of the Election iri this county.: ;,, for Representative ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 16 September 1843

SATURDAY,. SEPTEMBER j9*S$ S. Z. Hoyla, e*q. has arrived here from ton on the way to Mexico, with despatches from our Government. It ¡a understood that they relate to the m 0*wd meaos of providing for andbringing-home the Texlan prisoners in that country, and now abqut to be released. Mr. H. we understand goes direct to Blatamoros. 111 The Elect Ions."— The following embraces all the information we have had thus fur in regard to the re- sult of the recent elections? Hon. Q-t A. Packer (administration) has been elec- ted to the Senate fiom the District composed of the counties of Austin, Fort Bepd and Colorado, having obtained more votes than both his competitors, Mtowrs. Portis and Menifee. ; , The following gentlonjeti have been elected Repre« it&tivoa, in the counties heard from: ¡threaten—Dr. Levi Jones, oppposition; Harris—J. W. Henderson, administration. Montgomery—Lewis, do Washington—Stamps, do • Austin—Cuney, do Fort Bend—Bernard, . do Brazoria—Gen. Green, opp, and Dr. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 16 September 1843

ira «rr — ^ 4 ¡ W J""9P' "'«¿i 2jf¿& #m¡|í W;' hh It of their powet to compute. A small seed may row up to a great tree, a blazing firo m-iy be amálb- Ired in aahra. Whether the victories of heroes have Done mofe for humatiity, than the unobtrusive life of /of love of an unknown man, is only seen by the All- *®®'M Eye abo,ve us. vLet each one do th« good liatTB firhis path and in hia calling, and his wort vhall remain, even if it seeto to pass away, and will ■ bisar fruit in its lime. Honoiuhle fame, my best |Ed a, he continued, towards her a full and affection* I ate glance, "must not be coufounded with iinmortali I ty on earth. - A name muy be repcuted by millions f through conturies of yeais—thut is fame. The good which you think and d«>, the spirit which goes from A you, and which lives and perpetuates itself through endless guneiations, this is true immortality upon earth." Children.—And Children,—children,—01 ye small, lovely, beautiful, innocent beings, dai lings ofGod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 16 September 1843

' VJ ■ «««¿.«¿«I |)fe. , ■ | ' ' / I i ' : ■'!•/ M ;' íy aware that iho iiwr ofc^gypt wu« of the careless yrilMbrera were no rible as was lU'Vfi even liure, stilt tho it military despotism was ouforced. The ii« the stragglers were now brushed up; (he ranksc! theif Ho . The etogles waved in the centre; and • army, in .order of battle, drew near the river Nile. . Moon came; and, all nt onco, the uvor—the'feeau- tiful river—"rolled in its nrcujesiy at the faftt of the ud* venturers; At a little distance flouted tho flotilla, with the Hag ot the republic waiving proudly o'ei it; a tic! green fiolds and waring groves spit-ad in beauty v .around thorn. ''ThoNile! the Nile!",thundered along fhe line, and then officers and men, without due con* bark in rhis wild crusade against the Mamelukes) waa a wooduu legged general; und, as he hobbled paBt, ibe aoldiers joked freely. "He is sure of having one foot in France," said they, "leí vyftat will hkppeti." Wliqi) their Goneral was seen, as the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 23 September 1843

A IM $ JlhMrw? u; ttt Ihu. uau t «H M#>w i_t ESTABLISHED IW ' 'iM i i rr tlk w ii ui' ,* k>u B.I11.. l.jWM ujiW.J iuiHHiwiwjaiii «V" to*us for such a mouincattoi ¡«wvlM suTnnsi 5Bi immdv Mvjvnuo ) *!«*( *'J\iJ A l*T* I \nm ai a uulidukd uvjwur,yr* *W*Y ^Ni) MTJIHWi. 1AÜ institutions. Ü2r dl KW uM ti> England, ¡dtWé éttld'U MSC® irmwwmsB frn Stales lw Jt4 0 Q.uiniiy,,A<l m *od "rHk/aífÚlkátiíl'^fsfl I HI liKoiiWlTiuwipon ILHJ ii'oojLpoiJ re «4|itoUt* *é!i *lfedittrtfc> E inénnalLemL af'JÍ *«ft# ÁlUJWfttf.jtfii ■ t occasion to tne present occasion it ¿ffeíJfJ.5 AVtiiírf TO¡ ior^iisi e^wed«ndf o«ooumkéfM>¡yv «imfl 1 Qtfa wm )eh«ii suhwQmoiinmgrlÜMl .¡fifty «Sat , .¿sight ht t j MvrtímiiMMrwwHWk'WtW-nm* l¡WM%¡bkti¡eit WtWflfe feíj.fb'é m-'itiu., , 'Hi <l6fi>o*iíc^ 6\Á WIMet "" M > * ->0 ¿DS.lof steamboat had other pa*ttng«nr, add anitoáiMS*, , «ít.c^Jj^t^fur uffiqe(!a^,<;pj|!iid<neíl,wí>ll1Phtt#B«*a '««<, rír'nlítliiS'óV^oreSlijinHlirM^iiíí l^th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 23 September 1843

;V SM ■ IUER 23, 1843. •V Ml( the Senate end el MbLltiigfrs as tnp «eiemony jwocecwsu, una fl-' niilly. ffWPn the queMiuu ns to whether be would take liiti woman for liU wedded wife wss propounded, un- T—Continued sweredsjmpbjKlly.Nut ami (lie natch wss broken tiff. AKrwards, however, remoustrancus were fbade !• liimr wprin the ahume and mmtification be bad caused her, anc aa an atonement lie consented (bat the ceremony of marriage should be again commenced —elui: be vvouhj answer the parson in tip a^rt . ler ..I1 "Conservator," «takes some sensible suggea- r-b jytér^rt-F W. ug.len. Jasper—fl. C. D m,,* Libeity —G<<n. D.vi*. Matagorda— Harvey ttcudiii k. D. S. Ksuffirtuu has been clotted to fiom tliu Sabine j)ist;Íct. alive, andlbjl, when it ¿ame to her turn,'the lu tilia list of Representatives elect, published it. woman should answer No! ia oidor to makMbe <#W lii^t. Mr. Gage, J Rusk county, v.as put down us j | an¿« «vén. T«« is now in a position some^at "sdmiuulrstion" ...

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