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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 12 February 1853

23SZ ajlXs!raA.Vi " -i-'- -? - touaffl; - -1- - ' ii nn r TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 12 afc-i -at. "I -t & PVwVr fYdf"V4- . r. roic. W I DfcKORMANDlC.. H PECK & DcNOR.IIAIVDlISi Atlorucys-at-Law Austin Texas y PRACTICE In the Courts of the 2d judicial District and surrounding JWcouniles nnd In the Supreme and Federal Cornisnl Austin lb' iy John A. & R. GrciiH - ' ATTonNEVS AND COUN8r.IT.Olt8AT.AW AUSTIN TEXAS WILL practice in the '2d judicial district ntitl adjoining counties; nlsotn the 4! yppiiMin' itiiI IVilei.tl courts M Austin. I v KOUtilt'r Ht).HI.S Counsellor nnd Aitorney-at-Law Galveston Texas WILL hereafter nttenrt to buincsp intrusted to lilm In tlio Supremo Court ot tho State nt Austin. Galveston nnd Tyler nnd too District Courts of alio Unhurt Stnios. at tlio same plnccs nnd nt Brownsville. Nov. 25 15-ly W. IIES1 J0NB3. JN'J. I" llAUl'EK. JOES& HARPER v' AWmuys-at-Law Gonzales Texas WILL attend punctually to nil business entrusted to tliir care. Inim n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 February 1853

m r ; Is v"? . .. . . . .. .JMMBBWWWWJWWWWMWWWWWWMWWWWWWWMWWWWWWMWWW ' VOL. IV. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19 1853. t57 rtpi? THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE Published by JOSEPH W. HAMPTON) Slate Printer. Terms: SUBSCRIPTION Three Dollars per Vo'.umo of fifty-two numbers if pnitl in advance or within onu month from the time of subscribing or Four Dollars if not thus pnitl in mlvnnco. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will bo inserted nt Ono Dollar per squaro of seven lines or loss for the first insertion and fifty cents lor each continuance Ono-half these charges will be made to those who advertise by the year with ho privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards of not more than ono square will-bo inserted Tor ten dollars por annum. Announcements of Candidates for Office and all political personal and busi- ness Communications promotive of individual interests will bo charged ns Advertisements. . All Advertisements the publication of which is required by law must tie paid for in advance. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 February 1853

Ut- ftp " 3 ayi M ' Y f "? at .'t Sfe. " ;! : A T r t MMWniiiwmiiiiiiMiiiiMiiwnniiwnmimniiiiiiiiii iim iwi " u.iwwmi in 11 iiimi wiiiiimmbbpiwwiw ) ! 7 .. TEXAS WTE '(iZETTE. r ' I ' ' r - . . . ..... . - - r. ' ' 206 ;71fSTffl GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 19 W. IT". CtlAU " WW'WV' XdUor: JPJTliBoF 4STIN inJERUARY I.Q. 1853. Tr 3j?Ali the inp t0 "8 P'aco fa''ccl 011 Wednesday ; we are con sequently xvivfot 'nle Hew8 froin abroad. Q-'Tdpttention of our business men is directed to tho law card of Mr. JS West in to-day's paper. Mr. West comes among us highlyecommeudeci and from our personal knowledge wo can re- coptnend lilm as an able and safe lawyer 4$ectird of Maj. John Patrick of Centreville Leon county is also recommended to the attention of those engaged in laud matters Mnj. Patrick' has been for several years in this business and is we are sat- isfied .well qualified to give satisfaction and entirely trustworthy. V. I- KpT Tho last advices from Europe exhibit a considerable rieeiri tho pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 February 1853

IJ'8' 1853. '. i;u! i TEXAS STATE GAZEM m .L! af .claims further rights from stipulation enterotl into between Messrs.' Clayton und Bulwer. This claim is as futile as the other. It is a 'wellduiown fact that in the ratified rfaty UnoWu as the Clayton and Bulwer trenty there was ho clause allowing England jurisdiction 'over any part of Central America and all the right which England .has or pretends to have is derived from an implied agreement entered into betweer. Messrs. Ciayton and Bulwer 8til-cjuuil to the ratifica- tion of the treaty hy the United States Senate and which can have no binding force up.ni the lln ted States government. Yet with tins pretended nlit she pets up a claim to Belize or Honduras converts the1 superintendent into a governor and gives u constitution to the people. The following is an extract from a letter to the New York Ilerald dated .San Juan Del Norte January 2 1853: The famous Monroe doctrine so oxuliinly proclaimed and reitera- ted seems to have been s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 February 1853

in l Afidi L. . iT 9 Si A ft ;a- T;-! . 'v. 88 iTEXAS STATE GAZETTE. FEBRUARY 19 fAAtf relating te the Fiscal Aflalrs oitho .lato Ropubllc of H(v ' - Texas. TJSection 1. Bd it enactdd by the Legislature of t7w State of "TfixaJt. That it bhdU'bo tho duty of the Coniptrollor of Public ""Accounts na soon aa practicable to preparo a statement of tho ' . 1 .Jl if. . 1 . ' f "i1" it .1 11 'aOcdunts oi sucn oj ino collectors oi puonc revenue or tno into 'Republic as appear by tho books of liis office to bo unsettled ahd transmit the sanio tor collection to tho District Attorney ot '$ue' District wherein such collector resided or exercised the - functions of his office at the time such indebtedness was incurred . Sua. 2. That the several District Attorneys shall have "power and authority in all cases whore a receiver of public Snonoy as aforesaid Shall bo in arrears to the htto Republic eahd is unable to settle the account with which he is charged to grant an.extcntion of time to such offic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 February 1853

'"fto" . nil il'imjiiumm iyi'rillkaMJ..ifMlLIMi!.i44i. r rn.Tt 01 020'9 Hi'! if To tlio members and officers of tho Legislature of this session for thoir per diem pay nnd mileage the uiiuxponded'balaneo of tho appropriation made at the last session of the Legislature to bo drawn for as formerly in such cases. Ninety-six dollars annually to David F. "Wells for two '.years as a pension commencing from tho expiration of the lust appropriation for his benefit. For expenses incurred by John Dttnnbcrg in bringing the remains of tho decimated Mier prisoners lrom tho iluee of their massacre to La Grange three hundred and fifty dollars To E. Dougherty late assessor and collector of tho county of Oamoron for taking and returning tho census of 1851 one 'hundred and fortj'-threo dollars. To M. B. Irwin tho balance duo to him for distributing Hartley's Digest the laws and journals three hundred and fifty-one dollars and twenty-two cents. To James B. Shaw eleven hundred and fifty dollars claim pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 February 1853

rftN&i. wi?JyfcllJK'5WW(MWMe (WIJJNfc " ibttltMMMMlVi .i-ft.- iti i !'. FEBRUARY-vR !LJLi r. """fpw iV?s 9..ti';. ifejr V?! :-$ W i': i aer F Ite-' lbtTlic subjoined Amindments: to.'thoTtxxns'BobtiLiuiclntioii H$(Wjjfa&MBty Wftorleti) Vfiro oliljM in tlitf 'United States 3$M' (in tjio SQtlunstaut by-Mr.rod'licfnd.oiTonnsylvahia: i fi-Bo it enacted otc. That it shall be the duty .of tho Secro- 9ter9jttlie rciury tOi ascertain In B"ch mddo and under 'such tr.uJfi3.jid;ocnlrtl;ipnp as may be prescribed by the Presidcntoi uiu uiiiicu wmiun wmiii uuuwtft ;uiiu w y iuu UHlUllilL Ol ue dobfc.pf tho latp Ropublig pt'Texus tba payment of. tho interest ($v jtuli"vi" v y-h;m.Imu' vfllIUB m M"poi;m oi earn .uupuunu jaKPrOjigno.VHlly or specially. pledged ;' and .vlien tho same is ascertained to the .satisfaction ;of the said. Secretary pt' the vSroauryr ho is hereby authorized to adjust arid pay the same ..to tho;partipa owning or holding tho aamq or tp their duly .eontittrtpd represent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 February 1853

WK "- I"" " M WW. STwjf--jr" nammkM 153 Hz .Him gjjt SlOOfiRewntMl1! BROKE jnil and cscnped on the nitrbt of the 11th February E. C. Travelled about 2G or 28 years of nqo ppenks rntlier fluently nti intelligent nppearatice polite address about 5 feet 10 inches high yellow rny eyed and his upper front teeth oiit weighs about one hundred nud forty pounds. John Franks 23 or 2-i years of age about 5 feet 11 inches hich weighs about one hunderd and seventy pounds fair complexion blue eyes rather illiterate. Tt is probable that the former will make his way cast as his father lives in that direction. will give the above reward for their delivery or $50 for either one of them into my costody in tins ccMut'y. G. W. SCOTT ' SherifT Travis eouuty. JLtOSt THE Colony headrlghl cerilficntp of Leonidas WINon issued by Thos Win. Wind commissioner lor Peters' Colonv. No. 10(5. fur 320 acres which If not found in the lime prescribed by law application will be iiimli in the proper detriment frr n dupl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 February 1853

-..---- ilbttfitt W-r-y y-ttrBmaTi- Ttrif 1 1 Hi" rt i u. iiSk. r T V r f. FEBRUARY;: ITi HTHJfctr; iy. 6S II. 5 K Ia F X.R.TECK. .Sihi m! '. 3T W. Vi DENORMANDIE. -MiJHR!!'"":""aiir"i. ttWiftltt'itt iitrniKi'' ''" Pf Attsries-atLawj AtiStiH Texas -i WAvtiCE in 'the Courts of. tlie 2d Judicial District rind soil-bunding Ccyn)nllH?. "W '" ineStiprpnle find Fr)fcriil (foufoftt Austin. '; ' jG ly :S'i'"" John A. Ac R. Circcn ' i-v '$3&4 JiAf0.iW6Y AND CONSItdftS'-'AT-LXW AUSTIN TEXAS ' f WJLbjprqci(ce 1h the Sd judicial dtytrfei nnd adjoining counties; also'in UYd 4Qltirtr i':. ' . ''P)e'ne and Mer cortrfr nt Austin. fly'." ROBERT fllJIRiOS i- ij .GoxiMeU&fi and Attorney al-Z.ati) Galvestojv Te&as . ' TTILT? hdfrfftijVattort J tb business intrusted to him in the Supremo Court -?;Vy"8Ttri6Stnfo"di AiiBUh.'GnlvcstdYi and Tyler tind the. District Courts of thojUnited States nt tho snmo plnces niid at Brownsvillo.1 ' Nov.'25--l.'-'ly' w. HESS JONES) xm &::iar(pek. JNO.!" UA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 February 1853

HSZHSsza VftQQpi 'rtwrt W-Mrf ."AMWWWiHIII (Vt fci!HfcWKPl'i'l ---t: " . fiiAUlfiiii 1 10 . rri yoL. iv. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 26 1853. NO. 28 '.- - ""iPWww '- Rlf3rfsffil)!3 f & Y M 1r I ill I JL i JL JL -HJJ TUB TEXAS STATE GAZETTE Published by JOStil'II W. HAMPTON Slate Printer. Sorms: SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume of fifty-two numbers ir ntiid in ndvnnee or within 0110 month from the time of subscribing or Four Dollars if not thus psiid in mlvauce. ADVERTISING Advertisements will be insortednt One Dollar per square of seven tines or less for the first insertion nnd filly cents for eueh continuance One-hiUf these clmrges will bo made to those who adverti3e by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards of not more than ono square will be inserted for ten dollars per annum. Announcements of Candidates for Office and all politicnl personal nnd busi- ness Communications promotive of individual interests will be charged us Advertisements. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 February 1853

:w;: n.; .''i ' MMMfci TEXAS: STATE GAZETTE. FEBEUARY 26 Rwaawniriffii. i rm m-. m wc. ty " m HE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. I a. w. cKJWJtfitin k j-. w. jr.?.wjpTwv Jidrton. W .! in IH """'-'."T1""" """"" ' ' "" '""- - - '" ' ' ' ' l'" "' " "' '- - '' OIT1 OP AUSTIN FEBRUARY 2 6 1853. '$?jgr LientMaury's letter-and other interesting mattetypre- .pared for this week's paper has been unavoidably crowded out. t5F" We received on Wednesday our file of exchanges . ' due the week previous. We have had no papers from Galveston or Houston for two weeks. The Convention which was to have assembled hero on last Tuesday proved an entire failure there being in attendance "delegate! from only one comity. On consultation it was determined .initial if any emergency should arise which Would in the opinion of J 'I 'A . . . . . the committee make it necessary that a Convention should assem- ble; the chairman should call another to meet at Washington on the Brazos on or about the first of June. . M 'BSEr We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 February 1853

1853. TEXAS STATE GAZET1E. a l'y nluco tins proclamation by assuming tlio guilt ot all par- in tho expedition anticipated the work of Concha's court- . i Tl ! a. 1 ll. O ... 21. i.l.A..!i! i... .... a 4-1 - Tt tltll. J-C lHOlieU LUU QIJUIUBU UUlUUllllUH LO UUIBUU U1U "U'J .to say so was to do gross injustice to their motives and charac- iers. Ho then proceeds to inform them that thoy " will forfeit their claim to the protection of this Government or any intei- .forence on their behalf no matter to what extremities they may hn rpfW.p.d in conseauenco of their illegal conduct." In tho first ties mar mirau thov adonted II' sir there was a provision in tho treaty with Spain which guarantied to American citizens the right of trial tho President could not give up that right unless they denationalized them- selves by.au act of piracy. Ho was bound to assert it for their benefit. The President cannot suspend the Constitution nor treaty or laws made in pursuance thereof. ( On the contrary li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 February 1853

fKR '' H wmjmf F- '"!??' ? SiHafcj imiiiniOTminiiHi-iiiiMHiii wt .'siSiiS3ii8MSWB3TOP5S!iw7'W'1T''' T" ..'SCJp'iTiSwTOSSwS Kwtwwwwsstg nMMMMMMfo ". . '" ?: ' 8! MS STATE (MZETTE. FEBRUARY 26 ..MSjWcck f HftX. V Howard on (ho Acquisition of Cuba. iSftho Committed of fcho Whole oniho state of tho Union on "Bio duty of tho United States to take possession of and hold ' tlio Island of 'CutHv- ;;3&rkBbVard Bttidi Mr. Chairman : I have men to address fjotfte 'remarks tp tho cominittee in reply to tho observations of thoionorablo gentleman from New York Mr. Brooks the othpf day touching thecourso of the Administration in relation 'tt 'the subject of Cuba. I think ho has done ereat iniustice "bpth to the law and to the facts connected with the course of "cpnducfc pursued by the Administration and that lie has also dpne injustice to the American citizens who were tho victims olSpanjsh cruelty connected with this affair. It is manifest that tho subject .of Cuba is becoming ono of great an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 February 1853

A. x l - I i 1853.' catiqn of this doctrine in its fullGst extent by having repeated- ly acted upon it. By tho treaty of Utrecht the French Gov- ernment was compelled to demolish the fortifications at Dun- kirk because dangerous to. others. By the treaty of "Paris of 1815 Franco was compelled to demolish tho fortifications of Runingcn and agree never to renew theni becauso dangerous to Basle. Tho doctrine of self-defence and self-preservation was the alleged justification of the combination of the Protestant Pow- ers against Louis XIV. and for all the coalitions formed by tho allied Powers against France and more recently for the Congress of Troppau and Laybach in relation to the Neapoli- tan revolution in 1820 ; for the Congress of Verona in relation to tho aff'aii-s of Spain and one of the grounds for British inter- ference ii the affairs of Portugal in 1820; for the interference of tho Christian Powers in favor of Greece principally on the ground that with commerce the contest en...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 February 1853

!fllliiirlipfjqi ffiEL i i i i - i - . 8 " M H FEBRUARY' ; 26. S :unkn jUts:. i !1 HF -i? that tlio whol(Si tiling wnftidono iiHjbt haste nnd-intho; spirit of rovengo' Uur Uoneuijoiur. uwenicame into town mtor.titoy xrero condomnod interposed in their behalf asked for a post- pbnoinout and for the release of someif not all. The Captain general refused to permit him to intercede for the prisoners and tplijiim ho must know that ho wna doing so against the vyislies of his Government Tbo. officers of puba hurried their yctnns to siaiighter ; and if the letters from Havana can bo credited tlieir bodies after execution wore brutally desecrated b'fthemob. x yxmii f uioroipro hiiiwbioio to maintain tnar. tneso men wbro tried by tho regular tribunalsecured to them by the treaty. IJjit ev.en admitting that it was regular to try them by a stim- inary cpurt-jnaijtiaror any military tribunal still I insist the treaty was violated ; still I say that'thoy did not have tho ben- ofife1;of the provis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 February 1853

M.MUW . . . .-. I -.WIN' 1 . '"" ''"' It tinfcEIIK wwtMrti TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 219 . 1853. fl 1 . "" " " -1'- ' ' " i ' "' :s-.-- . . ' t I ." 4r rKV y.fv f'V .' v $100 Reward ! BROKE jail and csenped on tho night of the lltli February E. C. Trnvelstcd about 26 or 28 years of ago spenks rather iluentiy nil intelligent appearance polite address about 6 feet 10 inches high yollow cray eyed and his upper front teeth out weighs about one hundred and forty pounds. John Franks 23 or 21 years of age about 6 feet 11 inches high weighs about one uunderd and seventy pounds fair complexion blue eyes rather illiterate. It is probable that tho former will make his way cast as his father lives in that direction. 1 will give tho above reward for their delivery or $50 for either onu of them into my costody in this comfy. G. W. SCOTT Sheriff Travis county. JjOSt THE Colony headright certificate of Leonidns WiWon issued by Thos. Win. Ward coininfis.sluner tor PeieiV Colony No. 10(5 for 320 acres whi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 February 1853

K'3l JEl.& .mui;ir. wirt'"'wvitHw frMwfctwirt.jn-'v wy.a.rT ff.r Tf i"r.vvv i ''nmmwi " miimi.wBti vj m m wwnifm wo m.niiimiiiiir 'wwibxhiii B-WlMtiTnTfrfiifiiTn rmtammmuuimuxuMammmui t&O .SE3QS SSffJEEE 'lfe4SETTE. FEBRUARY M si m r Bh ;l r leKv 'e. n rcoK. rfriittWiiHis -V lM mm ilM HENORMANDIE. HI i I it 'lieiul tf3H T w. r :lEC':& toctoORjMATtflp'lE. Attoruoys-at-Law Austin. Texas -i SlA'fct'ldE in flie' Courts'' of tlio 2d judicial pitrict' nnd aurfounfflhg JjtfcuMes and IrA ( ie Suprenns.nita tfedcrnl Cdurfs ft( Austin. 'fC.ty I'yrtf-Nii .' John' A Ad 18.. 'CrVGcn 1 ??JfcTOitKiSv ArM C(nN8CLtttS-Af-LAV' XtMrTltf TEXAS ' '" iiuiK cuumics j tiijiy in uic v Liy . ffl.pfhciicHfi.'ihe.'Sd judicial district find adjoin WlllTlT" KllrSiniH.. nnit fp.lffr.il niinrfu nt Aliitln. wiiSi&J; iu ;.-.mi:rT-n 'vr:-.v:. y- w.t'w.y" i i. KOBERX .HW&HKS ! m Counsellor dtL Attorney hat-Law Galveston Texas . . "tlTILX hcrddftbr'nttcntl io business intrusted to him in tlio Suprct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 5 March 1853

w?e!r"Wr$?im -. -: . .. . . . in"l'fWMin ' 'i iwiwum1 mnwniiWWii 'i 1'-? riiiiilfiwi"'M'ii1 mi ump immini mifftm tmmmfm 'HflfW """ ftWfJr . ( i t i i I "l Tol. It. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 5 1853. NO! 29;-' itit THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE 1'ubllslicil by JOS12PH W. HAMPTOM State Printer. '' T o rms : SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume of fifty-two numbers ir paid 5u advance or within one month from the time of subscribing or Four Dollars lf Ad FRTISING Advertisements will bo inserted nt One Dollar per squnro of sevenliries or less for the first insertion nnd fifty cents for each continuMico. One-half these charges will bo miule to those who advertise by the year with the Imvilese of changing qunrturly. ..... r 1 it Business Cards of not more than one square will bo inserted for ten dollars rTnnouucements of Candidates for Office rind all political personal and busi- ness Co.nuiunieutio.is promotive or individual interests will bo charged us A aT Advertisements the publication of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 5 March 1853

MM iMtJwn3aajMij'iBPamaigartaBi c MARCH 5 ..THE TEXAS STATE GAME. Tj. f..i1f OITT ("AUSTIN K'Xion S 185 3. f1- DSf'Wolnro authorized to announcedheiiinme of GEORGEJW. SMYTH" 6f Jasper ns n candidate' for'Govrfhor. '852K": In another column will bo found a communication from some friends atJVIcKinney Collin comity. We can do tlicm noservice. We have talked of tlic inefficiency of our mail service - until it lias become'tin' " old'woirfnn's tnlo." We1 ndvisc our friends to conimniiicate directly with the Postmaster General That is the only fliance of relieffor" tlietn and the sooner the bdlter. fi-Tho following appears on the way-hill from Lagrange dated 2din'stl: "The Steamer 'Colorado' was stove up mid sunk npout ten mUe's below hero yesterday on liar upward trip. The cargo saved. The boot t ''.ought to be a total low except the furniture and boilers." fSBf' "Wo observe a very complimentary notice of our fellow citizen lion W. S. Oldham in the Western Pioneer of the 5th inst'. publi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 5 March 1853

HT "" jt frtL' jAiMmmmmmmummx-.- $L TSv-ViriMt ii -- -- irmiftnmtilifWio.iin- --- - - '" ."mimi. -- It""j . -- 'TT "- . - inniiminffiiri LiSr 1853. nm STATE etfe. V vi-x Below will bo found a letter from Mr. Lewis in which he declines (iho candidacy for Governor rather tlinn mar the hfospects of his party; Bftr.NiiAM February 6 1803. Seeing thnt there will not lie n full retmuu-e tij ihe rail forU'Dem- o'crntu! State Convention on the 22d of this mouth olid tlitu muuh ie- epniiVibil'My rest? upon the aspirants for olliee ; thut if the ptiriy to eiiffer tliter division or defeat It can only be on aceount of too ma iy olTerinu; to heeome standard-bearers. Therefore I ta'te this etirly opportunity of announcing that I decline lieuu in the least decree in sti'itiuctitnl in that defeat; that I cannot take the reionihilily o liti- zarding the hnrmony success and usefulness of Demoeratie Texas It is iow impossible to even iiness who Would he I lie ticce(in candidaie if all who hive been sp...

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