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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 May 1844

. ísil ni s m i £ i 1 f ■ i m 1 i I i i . Poverty. —As poverty U thel.iwost, toll it the niut impudom of the wM« ferilly of vices. Pride is ago ulomanly failing and ■ins sweetly end quite re- spectably. It amella ot civet, and turning its var- «inbed cheék to the sun, walks abroad in purple end fiiijj linen. Nay. it ridea iu a coach end four, end. ie hour* of peiijieuiial cuutigation. bolla itaelf into a pew of oeat.uplMiialery, end iu a fit of humility, lasting at least a couple of honre, calla itaelf a miserable sinnei*. Hence, p*ide at its worst, bee Us good graces. At all «ventó, it, never offends that extráotdinary abstrac- tion, public decency; for though we hear much about it, it if, nevertheless, sometimes es difficult .to dis- cover as a city policeman. No, pride, being a vice that is wel| to udo in the World, may be called re- spectable. Pride -keeps a baroucbel—Drunkenness may. or may pot, be respectable, according to its edu- ction. When we say education, wo meau the pec...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 May 1844

•I Vi,J H — - : ■ (Continued from Uhpag+J constitutional provi^ioua with their oilier Teiritories. Tii¡a evasion includes all public loU an J aduares, vacant tanda, mrtws, mineral aalt lakes and «pringa, " H > . JMIMHMHI1H menta, public funds, debt's, taxes tnid dues unpaid at' the'tilhé óf tbe exchange of tbe ratifications of this UCftty; Art. Ilk The citizens of Tqxas.shall be incorpo- rated into the Union of the United States, maintained and protected in the free enjoyii>ent of their liberty . end property, and admitted, aa soon as may be con- éiatent with tbe principles of the Federal Constitu- tion, to the enjoyment of all tbe rights, privileges, and immunities of citizens of tbe United States. Art 111. Alltitlea and clairaa to real estate, which are valid under the laws of Texas, shall Jbe held to 'jo to by the United States; and measures shall be a- dopted for tbe speedy adjudication of all unsettled claims to land, and patents shall be granted to those foilbd to he -va...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 25 May 1844

da | !##! áiSKtt#: BSÍiwSaro • ®lSS I ' ft ■ I t' 'SUVI'JHLjv*'' ,('^L*^uHU«- iHLVHUflÍMVuufi9RLi * W:T" !i* -V'y i'M «i ; to M'.iti UfJjÍW w* . **S nuil (lili giij it M ivir ¡i.■<■' ir,w ^ i,"ifT'' T,ii ■ ■ .. = BY H; iiW * PUBLI8HBD RAER? WEDNESDAY ANO SATURDAY. At#t* per antral payable within «ix months after tbe time of subscribing—or f 10 at tbe end of tbe year. Also, p ubi if bad wsfikly.for the country, at $5 par.annum payable in advanoo. ADVEttTI^IN1?—l>n.8 square, on* dollar forth* fir?t jnaer- ion, each siibseqoent insertion fifty cents. Eight line* make s ignara. Advertisements inserted once a week ft per square for each insertion. . lO" All letter on business of the office must be poat paid or and annouflce- d charged aa *d-¡ ■vertiseménta. I >■ u 1 .-'j PTMarriago an<J,obituary notices of more than three lines in loflgth are charged as advertismenti. •.awéáfe'.uii J ' -J—i J- ji——J--,! WEDNESDAY. MAY 22, 1844. 1 ■ if 1 1 1 • .,• ~ c* 1 (£/* Capt Hull has con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 25 May 1844

1 MA / 26, from the Trial loir Ala E&- r m Twoflst boat , built at Magnolia on tba Trinity, ar- rived here oo Wednesday, towed from tbe mouth of the river by tba at earner Scioto Balls. They brought lire hundred balee of eottoo. Another flat ia proba- bly at the mouth of tba river by this time, with .100 loqgnr, during which turo Catholic Churches, a aebool house, and a number dwellings belongiog to tha Irish were consumed or destroyed, and tbe iubabitauia nearly al I driven from', t hair hornea. A number iqlÉfr of lives were alao lost, but we find no regular list or ee- timate, either of the livea or bouaea destroyed. On the 10th order bad been restored, but only by tbe arrival of tbe Goveuor with á considerable milita- ry igee from tbe country, and tbe proclamation of martial law, which continued io force at the last ac- counts. Tbe U. 8. aloop oif war Viueennea ia aow at an- chot off Galveston harbor. Tbe sloop of war Vanda- dalia, brigs St. Lawrence and Somers, and the steam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 25 May 1844

y - m ■ 1 'wíi|i wb.9111—-in , woman or child—oi raiencfi, provocation or occasion what- ["here is no kind of ueoesaity in it, ntf manner of ¿fe in U, and no apeciaj degree of benefit to be gained by it; and yet, strange as the fact may be, theologian quarrel, and politicians. lawyer doctors, and princes quarrel; the church quktrels, and the State quarrels; nations and tribes and corporations, m6n, women, and children, dogs and caté, birds and beasts quarrel about all manner of things, and an all manner ot occasions. v If there ia any thiug {u th* world that will make a mun bad, it is uuquéstionably¿a quarrel. No man ever'failed to think less of himself after than he did before one; it degrades him in bis own eyes, and in the eyes of others; and what is worse, blunts his sensibility to disgrace, on t|.e one hand, and in- crease the power of passionate irritability on the other. The truth is, the more quietly and peaceably We all get along, the better—the better for ourselves, the fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 25 May 1844

X w it «H _ ticofApnlii. Dito 1 bul fa ral- im llu-*« i W on# involving conae- >*lide to 4m people and daitiniea of iof ¡tabbing mixed np with tempo- ettbere ire iudii •111 ..■IP* Vánd tho jfrinciplea involved in onr St, the utmost unanimity of opinion ought to prevail among "tito people of thia co.ilitry. It I* one of tboao ocoaaiona in tha progresa ofoor political exi-tence, which Mil for tha expression of the principle of oar government in oppoeirton to thoeo laid down by tbe Holy Alliance of I8i5, and the Layback Circular of May HWl, in reference to «ho Greek ravolntlon. That circalar grounded on tba "Dirlne right ofKinga," «Hedged that "Uaofnl andpecessary diangea in lagialation and adminbtra* tioa ought only to amónate ft oro the free will end intelligent con* vlctJp* of thoae whom God ba« rendered jreipomibla for power, all uiat deviates from thia lino neceaaarily leeds to diaordar, com motions, and evils far more insufferable thaii tboae wbieb they pretend to remedy."' Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 1 June 1844

o LIBRARY UMIV. OF TZXAS Afl.qTIM v r y 23 MAY 1893 AM -kjaESTON GAZETTE. 4'jVi IS-Jk ft " a . .. y :-- 1 - t I s I M . .M'. r- 4 m H K.j p' 4) P w I r'' II h BT II. STUART. runuaiicD caeci wudxcsuw and saturdat. AtS. orr aiium uatahle within six months after the time of K l...t.. ..iX1ft. ti i.i4 if tlio ...... Al.i. ntilihsfl .- guilt living .. iiusi .ro iiim m inn jton iii-Ui-iuii-i wetklv.forlhe cunnlrv. at35 per annum pntable in advance. ADVERTISING Una njuin one dollar Tor the first iiucr- ion. each tiibujueut insertion fifty cents. Eight hues nuke a tqiare. Adt ertiscinenls inserted once a wcik$l per square (ur eichineilion. (IT All leltera on business nftlic office mint be post paid oi they will not be taken nut of the post office. CARDS of'steamboat and other pusenger. and announce- ments ufcsLdidalesfur office are couridercd and charged at ad ' A erlicmeius. v Cjlatriai-e and obituarv notice ol more than three lines it Icaslh are charged as adterustwiM. .GALVESTON SATURDAY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 1 June 1844

ClltpJlkssi satSsjii&ratoM S?.a?(rfWi? SATURDAY. JUNK I. 1844. The Commissioner uf lhe.l3ueral Land Office hit published a notice that bo will .Issue patent "upon 11 claims in a condition 10 be patented by the 15tb of June at the' city of Austin." The Vindicator f tbe 25th ins'snt asys that a quo- rum of llio Ciiurt Martial for tbc trial of Com. Moore had met on- the Tuesday prcviuua. Piesent Mnj. Geo. Sberraan Biig. Genls. Somervetle an More- bouse and Cols. Ri'.ey and Sypert B. Gillespie Judge Advocate and Eli Smiih Piovost Marshal. I: was thought that the trial upon the merits of the case would not begin till Monday last. We have seen no ncco-ji t ol tho proceedings as yet. j The Northern Standard1 published at CLarkaville ' Red River county aud hitherto retnaikable as .he on- ly iu:vt'paper in Eastern Texas oppnssed to the pres- ent administration has signified its intention to aban- don parly politics and withdrawn tho name' of in can- didate for tbe Presidency. In taking t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 1 June 1844

If' IS'- n i 1 Majosty nlottcti" id iBswef even test definite than that of the cow-boy who after looking opl'tho I ivru clock. Mid u was "only half an luth part eight A nursa wishing to give a very polite answer to a vciillanian who inquired alter Hie health of a nek baby cntrusu-d to her care saiJ -Oli. sir 1 flatter mysrln the child is going to die. Atinjlctnati tuld a visiter :liat ! he had been talking in him :n a dream. "Put dun me" replied the oilier "I really did nut ltearynu A lady iifrank having had tho porfcsaioi.al cervices ot a vintage piper at a little (etc wlncli 6he hail given on her estate received the iullmwiig ituicultiuslv civil note from him: Your ladyship's pardon fur my bnldiivM in thus applying fur payment n-uuld be almost a sufficient compensation fur the labor of your bumblo uiper I'aluck Walsh. ' Lnid Jlateniljii in his essay on the decay nf respect paid to old age. ays that in hit younger days he never kept Ins hat on before those older than himself except...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 1 June 1844

t i ' CARDS- ULOAHING EMPORIUM. N. Ii. YA11D. RESPECTFULLY tendirs his thank to his friends and the public for ihcir former patroi.age and solitiMihririilli.il- lion to ilia Inct that lie still came on ihe TAILORING BUal- NESadtluinldfiviilin J.'ranir frrit.oni- door vvcliifalnw a Hotel where he will be f. uiidati.il mil" ready mid willing t" make ii all articles tor (iillem.'nV XVoar pi-liiouaM) .inj Neatl) Thewth-i:.ifhicutiim. r-aro liva) ciiniilti.l iind complied null. AiesidineorirjrninGilvesliinhetliiiikii .utu'cii-in nconitneiidiiiou. April li J II. 1LL1TJS As On. Direct Importer of Dry Goad nml other suitable goods : u.TCvrnv. E O. LYNCH Auction and Commission Merchant sTniM) u via cston. D. H. KI E X E It. Importer of German English .hnerican and French Dry Goods; English and German liar licarc also II tncs Liquors and Provisions. tin anil Gaivestot.. II II. WILLIAMS & Co. Foncardingand Commission Merchants Sept.'J' 111 G.XI V EaTOK. Tcza . AUCTION MAUI. T" HE ubcnhcr t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 8 June 1844

•*?í 'm 1 i i i a • i a ■i'il 1 ; 'JbS !?' i SATU M á^ drao¿A¿ for ench insertion 'Ih^^nltfSe* fe .. ATU*6 * time of I ^KiiSS^y®Wl AtsOi published annum nayeble in advanco. , iiaira, one dollar for the first inier- ¿t/Vefito'.6 Eight lidb* malea a **efcf t per Bqtnre íUSPíjh. (jti tu t «• v muBt be poa( paid or fM8itó6g*r,'an(H'no'>uncia* .•gnsponaidored andv(Mrg«da*ad- of the oéce mi m^tWn .' üdotherpas¿eti( menu rf^lihHTífWWrWP0*'^ WOW -H "fe "r '"■* • 'Wl ÍÍJSD'A'Y. JUNE- 5, 4 hüi.I i. y •■ ■ ■ •>'"■■■ '4, een the ediate- -fR'B VB'N ü E -i - ' : '• " ;' secured In ihb Custom House at Gal / yeiuop, during the month of \J«ty. Cash /uBM , " • Perry* n ■••>•. X" *:l uV! fa Fdp : > i- *.1 ••!- HDBgé ti J'-ii, .1 T ¡mil .1! $13,710 54 52 80 - 81 10 - 60 75 - 2.309 60 ecureJio Public Store, -• . ,.'¡i. : Í¡ '¿i '>1 Total Revenue, ■ilH 'ii $16,214 79 250 94 •re <lhe instructions of Com mm o do re Connerfrom the Navy Department. i? *—A treaty of annexationhss been negoti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 8 June 1844

"r*$ %' MfW ■fa? Í na undei stand ibat the charge of Disobedience of against Capt. Lothrop litfs been withdrawn, restored to his rink in the Navy. i Mt ' — ltbnugh the spring has been somewhat unfavora- ble for vegetation, we learn from various sections of the country that the cotton promises very fair at pres- ent—at least an average crop, and that the corn looks remarkably well. There may be a few local excep- tions, but taking the country as far as our informa- tion extends, the prospects are altogether satisfacto- ry. The crops were believed to have'suffered most upon the lowei Brassos but the Columbia Planter of last wéek says— •• "In this county the crops are rapidly improving jp appearance. The late rains have had almost a mngic effect upon the cotton and corn planted since the.over- flow; for the early crops very little more rain will be needed." ■ifetMt'loit yesterday, on her way from Ver Cruz to New Or- leans; wi'h despatches for the U. 8. ^Government.— rejecu the proposit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 8 June 1844

m 't'H I H ■ ■ ■ I -' i liaa beeo invent^ and 1 «'«at rapidL T|,^nw.-W6auK °f '"T"17 las Invention has apt yet been 'W is a full day's work jwU' two paire pt "rfNiiiayi, a girt 'wilj^tfiake róe tim«¿ The qa¿atíty u® at 2,&00, made in that coun- ted. The expense of manr been reduced to about one i by "batid looms. ®ip 8 kind of-! cj; try* uiacturing this artic t^totb of wbat it wo ■ .The remains.of (im. Decatur.-~Tbe managers of tbe Woodlan#PCynetry, on the West side of the Schuylkill haYéap#e" to the widow of Coin. Deca- tur fur leave' to bu/hi remains ai that place. Mrs. .Dsp^iur, has r^pljwLto tbemituat U-wa* tbe jiviah of iíeb husband to .^'buried ijuStt Pei r|n churchyard, Sn^Pltiladelphif and that liií iemaiiTíí-wíFí be reYn'ov- ed for that ptipoae from Waaiiirigion, at tbe petiod of ber deatl/ An oper/tion. on a Fowl.—A few days siu.ce, a very valu&bloiften of the «lurking species, belonging to L. F. Alle/, Esq, of Back Rock, began to droop, and gave wmpUxiiB of being ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 8 June 1844

Louisville acting of ibhi excellent a L yard This i« kijewn *t menu re f w |t( >nd it iá «aid to to thrtíü to be ah make it t«ndérdr> and ¿reatiy to improve tía flavor. grown f) • cutting M^ poapvtbrqugti the surface of the earth. It ought not to bo «lit until it riaes to the height of three in- ches, and assumes a greenish color. It if then ten- derer and sweeter. :?,nyy ¿ 1 ■ Ttie selisMve plant is part vegetable and part stttiptf. The water JJink of Minorca and the grass at tbu bottom of the bay. I* all anima,!) The pink is at- tached- toa rook,and out of a long stalk throws fibres, t-flowers of a beautiful, eolor. Touch them, alldpwn down if) the stalk out of sight P^gr^y^rplike animal, G to 7 inches long! oacb th¿ grao* there, and it disappers in a knotted coné, oií-aiaílik* amimal. / T ' There U no part .of church exorcise, «aya some one, -Ml fatiguing to a listener as a long prayer, more es- ^the speaker is obliged to i^se .a multi- fbl Education.—The following brief bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 12 June 1844

t ) THE 1 VILL4IV 43D CiALTENTON OAZETTE. 1( 11 ' ' ' ' ' '' ' ' l .7.....T 1 . i 1 f i i 1 -V tt . 1 1 L'i. t! aCALVES3X)fl WEPKESDAg-oJTJiNE 12 1844; 'T .rr :mh VOLUME VF 'VUBtlBBeO1 BAKBf WEDNUlkAT AND SAT0RDAY. ! AtperaliUiiVipsybtowimmMamotilba alter ibe time of. cribingr-f'Ti Siuai the end ol ne year Aiso.ouDiisneo weekly .for the country at $5 per annum payable in advance. ADVERTISING One wiuane dollar far the first iner- lon each siib'sequent insertion fifty cents! Eight linei make a square. Adiortisements inserted once week$l per squire for each insertion. ' t H3 All tellers on business ofthe office mutt be pott paid or tbey ill not be takn out or the p'ost office. CARDS of steamboat and other passongcr and announce- ments orcikdidatcsfur office; arc conaidcrod and charged asad- vcrtisenieiiis. ? "' . i JQlIarmj:r andpbituary notices ol more than three lines in loigl1i are charged as ;dvi-rlisncnt. CHLOItlDU OP SODA. IT REMOVES the diugarous effluvia of sick room tessoli ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 12 June 1844

Li WEDNESDAY. JUNE 18 4814. PTne eiaeiinh.pi.New Yaik arrived yesterday evening just as our papas worn t proas. " "" Tbs ;only new of interest by this arrival b tfatl of the nomina. lioa raado by the Democratic Convention 'oftlpt United States wji'rh nomination are Jit. K. PM of Tenn. for President and Geo. M. Dailas of Pa. Tor Vice President. Tbe nomination waa Ike effect of compromise eight balloting hanng bean bad on tbe last of which Van Boreu and Cass were lied 114 each 48 scattering. Tbe convention pined tbe following resolution. Eetolred That our title to the whole of the Territory ofOre gon is eiearand anqesuonaoie; mat no portion of the same ought lo vc i.tubu iu cugwiiu vi any wilier pancii na mat me re-oc-enpation of Oregonand tbe re annexation of rem at the earliest Draeucable period.' are areal American suidim. whink n;.. convention recommends to the cordial support uf the democracy M U1W VHNU. Tho U. S. war steamer Union arrived off this port from Portitcola on Saturda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 12 June 1844

K 7 ".IWy'1 I liana k.k iL. o .Ur' ""in inj.comoMia. f jfrViUlr. '' uuilheSuiJroi4jJudicilcdlu "HV avail l.:..lr -rn.; . i ?-i m . 1..UL1 .H " " J "ccasion to convert. .JUr. Jones r- wiUhklta blU fc!Vo " "iu; BBfc ' HI. -l -. . .'. .'T- CBnd """'"il servant- vu.ga.oj CHARLES ejurv readily decided iiiii i i.K- r. j ij ilewuik.c diva deprive! ullilj by violence of omc pcfonur person ' ' " rdsau sloop i'tie man wascaailv ..--..:.. I ...i r. I ltitnn fit) Hit. ppaartncvioit'ie uvuirci. Iio cnuM m nn;i.i.. ..... . k--:. Phili'. Ii.ln.i tin .I. CtlftJUro lit 111 ill ur Ui htmn. III. !... ........ i :- .... A.. ch..n -- - .iuiuc nus ura uii .nri '! e rhere were scvcr.l marines seul duwii from Jicyard Balliuiuie CO dais A .etlar rrora PobmcoIi gives tlie following aeeou cevd caurdar. " 6 .i.u .i-7 w" w tommitted a day ortnro aTnce. between " r" "'. moone. .mi 1 hasten lo com- tfc.loOK.wtlo .rre.i the perpetrator. Tliu doused was a muiiie at this yard and was discharged on Thursday last when...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 12 June 1844

"v-' . r ' i . ;"."" H. i .-y r CARDSr ; CLOTHING KMPOOIUM. N. B. YARD'. RESPECTFULLY tenders histhankste bli friends end tin public fur'lh'eir foruier'palconage and solicits their atten- tioii to the fat. that he tiill carries on the TAILORING BUSI NESS st his old stand in" Mscasaie street one door weslof Shew' Hole) whflro he Wih be found at all times ready and Wll!in to make up all articles for Gentlemen' Wear Fashionably and Neatly. The winsee of bis customers are always comulled and complied wan. A residence of stz fears in Galveston be thinks a sufficient rccororosndatios. ' April C J; H. J LUES & Co. Direct lerporttr of Dry Good) and other suitable good GALVESTON. E. O. LYNCH Auction and Commission Merchant afRANO CALTESTON. ' H. A. COBB Auction and C o m mis s ion Mcr chant t STRAND GALVESTON Apvancee made on Consignments. fvJL SRSP9SSi' GALVESTON ... JEWELRY'AND LITERARY DEPOT. j. .m. junu otjusd r Between McKinney A .Wilkims'snd .sienardt wnarvet ) Persons! and partico...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 June 1844

mi,' >.ú i —,rrr-.7r-r; VJ NEjllM.tf AND ,«rU*l>A,1f :! ^JugMmuKigs^: lie «quart, one dollur for ibe Aril InaBr- ¡9Mitt ¡áasrrlwi A Ay «eat*. Eight {mm dake a 5 eek 111 pa .adiare *%psssa -iir^m j 'i\VJ gar, éad announcer ligered iüikvr fr'4i w<h ' ^ nn ' -T7 4 I' ,iirj'TT —y ;■ ; ,8 .iOTTiia*teauiirtiip kmy«Ju«rive4 yaatwr&y ibwulniT; } ^M|^l(>l «éiw .ipip«i ÍH< ■.'• '«a#:- ■iU'-ff lt « nr/Tha ooljr*ewd>of in to* am by lb it arrival it1 thai «Tibe noi [ (li)Dcma(du by'ihe Democratic Convention dPthe UiHiaé S -WhMi itottkináilóná *rW J-. itt PM ó( T«nn. > 6efr.<MvPilll a bf Pa.' r.Jr Vtfce' pJeaMeitt. {idttihaUon wtfathB effact of Ctoihpnjihiie, eighíbillóiih, Mvltg4¿*n líadj'MiMhe laatofWbtok'Vaii Biren «MTCdtirW ^Üei-iWIMOlí^ídattailhli.'í'"1!'. >< :*$-*y¿ -¿ ItaUctttétytMtt ^Arta'Oie'tolloWinf i1'-:1« s 'feiifolved, TÁiát íuV titla'tolhe whole of (tie Territory of* Or -gon' íl fclfla r arid lunabfof thaf no portifih of the same ougl <S* beoede...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 June 1844

Tb«T IM íiHn.l'ÍSÍi'^T, fui', «inw 1TDJ KS'IWJS'I > i!, ter'. propeller,, was 10 have kftN*w To^pn the 1( iu(t. for New Oileans. to takeher desdaad plaoe io the trade* between thr <y • « g and above all, may tíiey at their close, be k apün ifíémaa y Ara Wjsll npé of of memory. lattbr díy tend thisj may bé ex W^lya Mtr WiW "Órleaba i. lowing far dé lay. at; New Orlear w fiílj ifJ \ J , iMmmMbsmt Mx competing her e annexation fever is, wear* A*Ppyt0"«<e'D «¿principally to the oihK d« 9Í the Sabyie. Like tbe grippe it has h*0 °f «««oh milder type, and passed off much sooner here than in the U. State . •Solitary and *« «" ¿Hiave until recently held the r pen, * liable one it ia tW«j. which hai been dis- continue to run regularly throughout the yjer _;tJ Among the advantagea which i( ia believed this description of vessels wilt present, ón being intro- duced into general use '¿re' t(.¿ following- , Ma rae w*9' only pen, V¡¡U recle ? agaiqst ibia measure, but succor baa at length...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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