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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 5 March 1853

w S ' C-W VMHlWv !?$SS MtttMW if i T? .;i:T:rw?rSirAp.(Mzpm MAJ&G1 5 Ml H? i&si W2& lfeT IP.tY-' 'jr ire;-- feu. a - fix- . if ' 1fch'asey hold and convey Wny real or limits 6f 'said town1 ifhdJfhay havea 'Mw.'Ritb. -V. ' Thrift- tliti lira ta bf tli6 7toPasBcflat second; scfesjon fourth Legislature ofvMas. mr:-"-'' .AN ACT . ' -rVr.iiCrprato..tkc. tewn efftIeuttFeriiM -in' Titus County. '. Swrhfri Bo it cnadUdorj the&gidature of the State of 'Sehahkt tlio citizens of the town of iMbuVib Tcfnon bo and "aro'liereby5 declared a body politic and corporate under the titlobtlio town ;of MottiiS Yernonynnd by that name may $ifo VdifU b6' Sued in all'tmits'tfha'tcvorttnd by that name may pur- personal estate within tlio corporate seal corporation shall extend flJthfo-qnarter8 of a -niilo eafch way fromtho public Square. ''Sid.3i''iliftt''rtlI'i?eVS'on8 Who ard quail fled electors under wtho;cphS'tit'rtion'oFtlie!;State and who are citizens Of tbdtown H'MIUiin't VoVnotySlial...

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

4k lBS 3.: (CESA-S 'STMiMKP. .! " rAMwirAUMs3miZ!9BKSXS&tSH -The folo.whigoxtrnot from ti letter written by Licnt. Maury to the lion. J. A. Rookwku. .during the 2nd session of the 30th Congress in relntioti to the Pacific whale fishery will be found interesting: The iireont value of sperm oil is 1.40 per gallon but usually about $1.00 equal to S32.00 per barrel. The value of whale oil SI 0.5-1 per barrel; and of bone 33 cents per pound equal to Si- 519 7-1-1 for the average of sperm $2-172288 for whale and J307- lio'for bone: Total S7.35G.M2 annually fished up out of the sea. This is a sum far greater than that which is annually gathered for commerce out of all our magnificent forests. We are not able to state the precise number of vessels employed tn the Pacific or how much of this seven millions.and a third should be credited to' that ocean though in 181G there were 292 vessels fishing on the northwest coast alone ; and they took while there 253000 barrels of oil. We may safel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 5 March 1853

wj;.-.. k j-1M ws4"lp .-o. .-wKWKrt&ti 'U .'-? tKVTOW r3-r $.-. "'. !; m. JptBgfe.IVlWil. WBWHv-? -wwmjrWJW-taiiWBft WfflH2 T.-''atyBa.fcjta tMtA-Sn - .-i" '4 V 'TAW wEm MARCH & .-laitsrw- - 'Sifr ' M4 ' !' ' ' '" !' '' ' 'Conirntmicntetl ' DVuffof'srhnlt pox n;fii6 residence in Gcorgetowii on (ho 20th of cl.Tnt t wo o'clock i&.My Mf. MATHIAS WJLBAItGER- aged .'oftyls'is'yottre two'Tobiithshiid twenty-two days. Tho subject of tliis notice wnsn native of Bourbon county Ivy.- from t whUMi place ho removed to Pike county in tlio year 1825 nnd thence to Texas ill 1887. Ho resided for several years sn 111? county of Bas- hvtrop.nnddbseriUfctiHy fT 8omo timo " '" eoutuy of Travis and thence removed tq Williamson. i Hpossossed in a high degree nil th? amiable and virtuous qualities iOefrriiiiol'ilo man' ami render him invaluable as it patriot citizen 'nend'aiid neighbor lie wat? cpmlid' plain practical and honest in 'ainjiis dealings with his follow tnriir; a faithful true and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 5 March 1853

i utMnliAumjin i i jiwMmiwim mmnmMmtiltfikl&n1'i't""7f HI 1 iLiiPwwiiiLjWLt'wwmw!fiiwr'.'ii(ni m.ai . . . i rrli "u"'njm"XLiJiXMiYLJHJ3UU 11 niiWr " -" ....... ..-i.... i IT 1IMMM n I P A-ct .cirri mm .n nmtvnn. i wtw IdDiAZlO 01 All Mi TAAiihVl.th: ViWn r viv" S3 BOO 16 c ward ! BUOKE jnil nuil escnppil on the u'vjr of the 1 1 tit February E. C. Tnivolhtcil about 26 or 26 years ofntre. Bpi-nks rather ilueiitly nu iiilullient appearance polite whines iibottt 5 feet 10 inches high yqllovv may eyed ami his upper from tenth out weighs about one hundred ami forty pounds. John Franks 23 or 21 years 0111150 nhout 5 feet 11 inche hiirh weighs about one hunrierd and seventy pounds fair complexion blue eyes rather illiterate. Tt is probable that the former will make his way cal as his father lives in that direction. J will give the above reward for their delivery or $50 for ejther one of them into my costody in tins coiui'y. G-. V. SCOTT Sheriff Trim county AjOSI THE Colony headright cer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 5 March 1853

4M - n f jfcSWf J '.' SS'tt fWjf j" "--r "'"' '-g? - . "i".'t"?""j"-- .jy yEBBBBBBiBBBBBJBBBiBgBjBjBjB 'in-'.'oyinijiynt-- wmui . )IW.. .... .n.-....- - .. . . - wiiiiiMiiiimi mull -JIuMV"RnaKmMHHKuwnRBBHIMMMBflHHflBHHflHMBall I'-rjWf'L1'1 V"4r " MMiiHit(Ty)riiwHMWgwtvaampp.- 2! TEXi!S STATE I. MARCH 5! trrnxta-- 'rmyS. E. ?EOK. ( W?. DENOUMANDIE. Yi- li'li'l 'I "' j'i' n4.iv.a AHersoys-ai-iiawj ABaun -ao jCTi PRACTICE iri the Courts of the 2d judicial District nnd surrounding f con'niiiifr'nnd ' '"e Supreme and Federal Courts nt Austin. IGly -'MwW' John A. &' K. Orccn .tfeji!H ATTORNEYS AND COUN8nrL01tS-AT.I.AW AUSTIN tuxas WILL 'practice in the 2d judicial district nnd adjoining counties; also in the f.S'49?w ' ' snprerng and federal conns nt Austin. ly ISWJZEI&A UUtJll!iS 'i" ' h' Counsellor andlAttorncy-ai-Law Galveston Texas WILL hereafter attend to business intrusted to him in tho Supremo Court ol tho Stnto nt Austin Galveston and Tyler nnd tho District Courts ot tho U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 12 March 1853

tBW&lifcikMaMpittJIWri(iVlMlUMfliMMMK i iLJj'A"U J'llll!).il irffiHA.M VOL IY. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 12 1853. NO. 30. fiAJMMtflM . it. m TUB TEXAS STATE GAZETTE Published by JOSEPH W. HAMPTON State Friiitci Terras: SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume of fifty-two numbers if paid in advance or within ono month from tlio time of subscribing or Four Dollars if not thus paid in odvanco. ADVERTISING. Aiivortisemcnts will bo inserted at Ono Dollar per square of seven lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each continuance. Onc-lmlf these charges will bo made to thoso who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. . Business Cards of not more than ono square will bo inserted for ten dollars nor annum. . . . Announcements of Candidates for Ofiico and all political personal and busi- ness Communications promotive of individual interests will bo charged us Advertisements. .... P i . All Advertisements tho publication of winch is required by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 12 March 1853

mmmmmmmm w " rPflPpPf"W!Si" MHjHi TMffP 1 l'Mini-iUH1iViiiii i n MM lifiMMH SWWT-w AMMMff!9SiS R t t f f I l '230 TEX1S kSTlTE GAZETTE. JE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. pITY OP AUSTIN MABOn 12 18 5 8.'. ffiL Wo ar0 authorized to announce tho namo of GEORGEvW'. SMYTH j)f Jasper as a candidato for Governor. gS7 "Whavo Bovoral valuablo commnnicationa on Laud wlriclT havo boon unavoidably crowded out. They shall appear Boon. B3T" "fro hopo tlio length of tho speeches of Mr. Hamilton and 'tlio edit6rial renew together with the bill will not bo laid aside without perusal. The Biibject matter involved is of great importance and should bo well understood. 'The following are the clauses of tho Constitution referred to in Mr. Hamilton's speeches: .Seotiox 2. All freemen when thev form a. social conrrmct have equal rights ; and no man or sot of men is entitled to ox- clusivej ocparato public emoluments or privileges but in con- sideration of public services. Sec. 18. Perpetuities and monopolies aro con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 12 March 1853

fegasKp;MBB''ffa'iy' rfmM'm)miln HMWIIH 45 0 w. 3.: f28l .) iiTJl ft pft M rtW'W u&stf respectable parents in fair circumstances Ho was cducatgd for a .physician which profession he studied and graduated with high lion- ors. Soon after closing his studies under tuition the revolutionary war of Texas broke out and tho news of Americans struggling for liberty in a foreign country spread with tho wind in every direction. Dr. Robertson theti a mere boy having heard of the mandntd of ex- termination published by Santa Anna and fired with youthful ardor and a ho)y indignation at tho act3 of atrocity which marked tho de- but of tho invaders and their total abandonment of the. constitution- al provision of '24 under which tho Anglo-Saxon 'Americans emigra- ted to Texas then a province of Mexico determined at once to join the barefoot patriots and give them all the aid in his potoer to free them from tho tyranny and annihilation which threatened them. Notwithstanding tho embarrassments t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 12 March 1853

ry' v$pmty w "- " '' """ 'IW :'fz "W$ . -T.T.-.-rm. .... MHMMMMMHiiiM'WMBH'i'aii'HEB'MBK'HHHH!' PWPPP'!1-""'? ;!iT!ir;ili'illll'.MBW)j(fi11 imiUjhbhjv -. -'-- rT;vyI4-"yiT''IMlygMII!J 'Jl'iF"'?!t'5lHHilWIPPpMWWa yWWIIMJ JiirtiBfcyir'lll"-l"llrT" ril" I "linl'rl1lTCTCTM1T "J l ' i rnltirnr ' ii H""r" - .- - . "C-aUl ii ft V.t "jmTf '-' ' '- - - -!7Ti3 . TsnstT- i i r 32 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 12 -.- ;. k SmMUcs ef Mr. IfamttteMi ff!' ''-'-" TiiUKSDAY January 27 1853. JL$Tho bill on titled An Act to appropriate set apart and Invest two millions of dollars as a special school fund" being " 'under' consideration Mr Hamilton offered tho following amendment: " Strike out tho caption and insert a bill to bo r';bntilled an Act to ovado the 8th and 24th Sections of the oneral provisions of the Sato Constitution' " and in support of tho amotidment remarked : ' 'J It thjs bill is to p'ass I want tho people of tho State to be .acquainted with its effect. Tho Constitution provides by 24th "'sectio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 12 March 1853

r fliMJIto I' ml ' -fi.m H irtKiHWrtin ul umHummupiumi KpHP MlilllilMMiy JTgifci 'ijfc' ;t . BttfMMtaMBBWWlWwflHtWMBi MSrin ?'cxy jHvm. j cwn 18S3.' .aWAtf Mff &AE. laturo shall urovido for tho establishment of suck schools in tho several districts of thiB State tho fund they create shall remain as a charge against the State passed to the credit of the free common school fund." 'Tis true sir that at the time of tko adoption of this Cons titution wo did not loolc forward to tho sale of a portion of our territory fur ton millions of dollars of which tho two millions embraced in this bill is u part. But tho provisions quoted serves to show what would have been tho disposition of at least a portion of jt if it had then been in possession of the State. -The policy of tho Government is fully oxpressod with regard to money set apart for school purposes and embraces as well money derived from any other source as that mentioned in the 'provision. "Whenever money is set apart for school p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 12 March 1853

y.jtf'M r"'"--'- DnHawMan ijmgCT fHETSflRyW HWJIH...W ;.JLJ ;riTEXAS S0: &iZllTE. MAEGI 12 r i ".:: iSEdJvl 5i " Saiditwof-TiiilH.oiis of ddllare In indemnity'bondajof (.th6lJnItod Stated' sct'apart "by tho first section of this nctybholl ditttnaittlltt thbtrGoantyi drawing interest as epocrSod therein v'ttntU1 invested By caid board of commissioners as provided for swiff 'this 'aotj And after the 1st day of January 1854 the five 's'facX'CeuH interest son said bonds as collected Ironi the United States shall until the time of said investment bo credited to 'itho'sjcihl' school fundj and annually bo appropriated under '"their direction totho support of Bucha general Bystcra'of schools a(m(ty bo established by daw. Seo. 16. The State of Texas expressly reserves the.' right to Si'cnact'horeafte'r allsuclrlavrs as may bo deemed necessary to nopruiuuu uro imuieai vl vuvuiuiu in coining uio jHijriuuut oi fr'fcaid' bonds imd'iri enforcing th6 lieu reserved thereon in favor s'of tho 'St...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 12 March 1853

W w iwi hjii'i' ' 'i ftrtijy ' jii t - t .-(Ki !1 K MimuiiMtitutiihuiLmniuiiM 1853! 1 'tM31S : SaiABET-GaEEEETK tiy It $100 Reward ! BttOKE jml and escaped on tlio night of the 11th February E. G. Travelsted abont 2G or 28 years of ago. speaks rather fluently mi intelligent appearance polite address about C feet 10 inches high yellow cray eyed and his upper front teeth out weighs about one hundred and forty pounds. John Franks 23 or 24 years of age about 5 feet 11 inches high weighs about one hundord and seventy pounds fair complexion blue eyes rather illiterate. It is probable that the former will make his way east as his father lives in that direction. 1 will give the above reward for their delivery or 50 for cither otro of them into my costody in this coun'y. G. W. SCOTT Sheri ft' Travis county. JLosl THE Colony headrighl certificntp-of Leonidas Wilson issued by Thos. "Win. . Ward commissioner tor Peters' Colony No. 16G. for 320 acres which If not found in the lime prescribed by ...

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

s d i.ii- J f -i art V Si !CS3-S3EE nihriihdhl MARCH.: 12j "'WPimwwuiiMwpn m- r if i S Pro f'es signal Cards rg'ijiJ-'TTl--'i1'l'aJ3ag! iKJIftBtPJJCKsw- .i Xtt r TJKNOUMAND1E. '"' VT rlEJCK JfcWOIMIAWlMM. 5-vr 'i' fltfftriieys-at-Law Austin Texas PRACTICE iV'ihc Couris of tlie 2d judicial District and surrounding counties and jn the Supreme qpd Federal Courts at AuMln. IG.ly wSStfVii John A. Ac R Cfrccn 'tpwrfATfdttNEYS AID C0trKSM.6ltS-AT-LAW AUSTIN TEXAS WILL practice in thed judicial district nn) adjoining counties; also in the 49 supreme arid federal court at Austin. lv Richard Coke ! -t Attorney and Counscllor-at-Law Waco McLennan County 46 Texas. ly JPfofcSsional Cards William It. '.Tones. Austin TCX!S Will practice in tlic stid nno J tho aupruino point of the Stnto nnd district court of i If tnHMA . 4 T J-.l T.. . . -r4. . iu judicial UHtrintu. in Ilin mn .1- . . .. f " . T .;i .-.. i--'----- ---- - ;o united State nt Austin. He will net as land apoit aim us attorney tor sol-...

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

pW "W MKmnMiwwe ggrw - j- --! fflppwww wmwm P ir.critNF rrrinli VHI """" '" 'nun ittMinwriP'1 H JLJt Till! . i I i I I I I I.I M. 1 " ' " ' VOL. 3J. ' AUBM TXAS" SATURDAY MARCH 19 1853. NO. 3L THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE Published by JOSi-M W. HAMPTON State Printer. Sonus: SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume of fifty-two numbers if paid in advance or within ono month from the thno of subscribing or Four Dolluri if not thus puiil in advance. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will bo inserted at Ono Dollar per squaro of seven lines or less for tho first insortion nnd fifty cents for each continuance. One-half these charges will bo made to those who advertises by tho year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards of not more than ono square will bo inserted for ten dollars per annum. Announcements of Candidates for Office and all political personal and busi- ness Communications promotive of individual interests will bo charged as Advertisements. All Advertisements tho publicati...

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

zjmmtmmtf$im l't t I i I T fe y :fe ? Ti n-jiiiwiiinim i ! Mm umumuiMxamm iimmwiiiiiiiiM mm nmiiaimumramujMiunmirmm -7'u'p""'" 1 rmww ' ' ' ' '" f"m .- i - '' ' -' " - r THLIJIS STATE GAZETTE . 1 "TExIs-MigAZETTE. . MARCH19 :LStftm fi irit'ti;WJoitJt x jr w. JtMJairbJt JStHiur. idw aiTlfOF AUSTIN MAPJOn 19 1853. -irr-r: e aro authorized to minounco the no mo of GEDRG13 W. K fi .SMXTH of Jasper us a candidate for Governor. IjBgF Wo had a call yesterday from Mr. OiiAKfcus Callahan connected with the New Orleans Picayune. Mr. 0. visits our city on a collecting' tour for tlio'Ptc. and to extend the circula- tion of that excellent paper. "Wo commend him to the .hospi- tality and his paper to the patronage of our citizens. '4Bf" Our review of Mr. Hamilton's speech is longer than jehad intended; but as wo (tlio scnioi) will be absent for some tjiite wo have concluded tlint it will be better to despatch himnt fkMi S( St ' "once and not leave him in misery. Wo shall shortly refer again to th...

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

Wmi" .n.. .. Jiymfmaya"" ' itinmimisiitvmgitaaOTnBmi miHiHiwwtiniina lauBiimni MUMiunummujummra flSfetBH BXftMavllaMUWJiwnMi 'aancminriniTm' n mini n TEXAS STATE' GAZETTE. yiiSSB. ' -Ah. V)l "J. -JJi 'rMHMmmmmamu 1853. of the State." It will bo seen by this that Mr. Hamilton's nets mul bis declarations nrc vastly different. Tlio educational bill wns amend- ed so us 'to lot it go to the people and if adopted by them then to uVoomo a law ; and yet ho did not voto for it. Can ho explain his reason for not doing so 1 Would that not have bueu at least satisfae- "tory to his conscientious scruples'? Why would that not suffice as well as to have gone through all the routine of a change of the Con- stitution? Mr. II. wants a Convention to remodel the Constitution but could he not have accomplished it without sacrificing the best interests of the country '! lie says further: " My opinion is sir that those who insist upon this measure do not want it canvassed before the people." Now the time ...

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

tjwmwii """Oga'K;! y rtwiiWMmjwuu.XMLitxwii.i!.iuia lUJUJie M4xuiaritauuiiwimwi!wwiiiinuaMa3iaijiMataBar3w m TEXAS. .'STITI'AZETTE. MAM 19 WWg m a ft H JiqAct JaklHff appropriations for tho improvement ofuhc IU- ' ' Tors of tho State. Section 1. Bo it enacted ly the Legislature of the State fd Texas That tlio sum of tbirty-thrco thousand 'dollars be and the samo is hereby appropriated to tho improvement of the navigation of tho Sabmo nvor ; ..That tho snnl of thirty-seven thousand fivo hundred dollars bef'and tlio same is hereby appropriated to tho Trinity river ; 'irThat tho Bum of thirty-sovert thousand fivo hundred dollars bo and tho same is hereby appropriated to the Brazos and Lit'tlo rivers and toward tho completion of tho canal now in jtt'ogress of construction under the direction of the Galveston and. Brazos Navigation Company ; -That tho sum pf thirfcyseven thousand five hundred dollars be and tho same is hereby appropriated to the Colorado rivOr; "'That' tho Sum of twenty-...

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

'. ifW't '' JIMS.. : ' t&AS stHe mzfeTTi -"1M - "" " " - -"' ri...v - -; -i i n : hi i i ii i i An act To give certain Civil and Criminal jurisdiction to the fllayor of the town of Washington in Washington county. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas That tho Mayor of the town of "Washington in Iho county of "Washington shall hereafter have and exeroiso all the powers and jurisdiction both civil and criminal of a justice of the peace within ana throughout tnc limits ol said town and shall be governed in the exercise of such powers and juris diction by all laws enacted or to be onactcd for the govern- ment of justices of the peace in similar cases. Si:o. 2. That before tho Mayor shall enter upon tho discharge of any of the duties and powers granted in the preceding sec- tion lie shall execute a bond witlT two or more sufficient securi- ties in the sum of one thousand dollars payable to and approv- ed by the chief-justice of Washington county condition...

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

IWrtpwipWii'liiiliTiyiiwiiig MM i4V & V-V im-m-.f :'"- ' -MBfaalMtKflJiMlt .-SWlW. 1? JMgRL - JET "Wo learn frBfif flftf 6j press l'idcr from Jorfc Crogluui fffif'Sliiida'niglltrfdU thfc Indihiis 616 tw$r teraos from tlfrpoat tfemi' of tlio liovses escaped from tlio Indians and iSurnecUo the npst the otliova have nobeinco beon lieard ofi &i8'.boiiovod tlio tlieft was committed by a' band of tlioAVichi- &Jw Hioy wero seen at Fovfc Belknap On their way towards J?ort Cr6glnUi a fov days previously. 9$30.m - flST" In relation to the disease called small-pox which has .prevailed hi Bastrop- and Still prevails there Dr. Ploeger of that t6wn says after a careful and thorough examination " that 'it'jia phiclcpu-pox and varioloid being both a highly developed iprni of tho 'satn'o disease erysipelas" Tlio Adtie-rilsev Btiya there need bo no alarm on tho subject for all who needed it Have'b'e6n vaccinated and no means have been spared to arrest .tho.tfhknsd. T'E3" Tho Bastrop Adver...

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

immuiii. . a.J..i-...Mmni.. ull.'JJun.m- r"1 ' - - . i i. . . i - .i..i i i.r mtimmmSmlmmmmmmmmmimmmi j.-.'iui i i l.4..ii . i... . . . . ' "Ytititmir I. ir-- r 'miiTirm rrfii iii " r TnTwiirtrJ - --- - -" i'J"rm'rr--r-"rT'ir-T7i7 1 fa $1100 IS c ward"! i B110KE jnil and escaped on the night of the lltli February E. C. Travelled ubonl 2(5 or 28 years of ago. speaks rather fluently an intelligent appearance polito address about 5 feet 10 inches high yellow may eyed and his upper front teeth out weighs about one hundred and forty pounds. John Franks 23 or 21 'years of age about 5 feet 11 inches high" weighs about one hunderd and seventy pounds fair complexion blue eyes lather illiterate. It is probable that the former Will make his way cast as his father lives in that direction. 1 will give the above reward for their delivery or $50 for cither one of them into my costody in this conn'y. ' G. W. SCOTT Sheriff Travis county. B5. u n a w a v Notice. WAS committed to tho Jutl of Grnyson c...

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