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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 March 1844

aSsnr HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. "CorreotecT tveeltly Tor tlio Telegraph. - BY JOHN SHACKELFORD Jr. ARTICLES. From To Remarks. ALE & PORTER pr. bbl 10 OU 0 h .. dunand. APPLES do. 5 00 6 00 BAGGING Dundee p. yd 18 24 lull BALE ROPE per lb. 10 12A .air supply. Kentucky Bagging - ' 20 .jood supply Manilla 23 25 BEIEAD per lb. Pilot - 7 8 scarce. Navy ------ 6 7 ao demand.. BOTHER per lb. 18 20 CAN-IDLES per lb. Sperm 50 56 in demand CHEESE per lb. - - - 10 12$ n uVmand. COFFEE per lb. - - 11 1 12 in demand. CrDERtper bbl. - - - 10 12 scarce. CORN per bushel - - 30 37A COT TON per lb: - - - U G FLOUR now. par bbl. - 7 50 8 50 m demand. FISH per bbl.' Mackerel No. 1 - . - 14 00 1G 00 scarce. Herring per box - - 1 25 1 50 dull. Cod per box - - - - 1 50 2 no lull. GLASS per box Window 8 by 10 - - 3 50 4 0u fair supply 10 by 12 - - 4 50 5 00 do FFFG GUN POWDER per keg. S 00 12 00 jood supply- Rifle canister -.-- 75 I 00 IRON pei ton - - - S weeds 130 Ol 150 00 r00d su Iy English 100 Ou 12...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 March 1844

WM3b - J TEBUH $5 in advance. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end of the year. A. i i BY CBUGEIt & MOORE. HOUSTON WEDNESDAY MARCH 13 1844. VOL. IX.-NO. 13-WHOLE INTO. 432. ' s-TOKEfflFBDB Aaia & m il IBS m aws of the Republic of Texas- .T-TTtrtri EIGHTH UUXNixKJias. AN ACT o4i s To repeal certain Loan-Laws. Si 51 Section' 1. Be it enae'edby the Senate and House of Repre- sentatives jqf the Republic of Texas in Congress assembled That all laws authorizing the President to negotiate a loan or loans upon either the public faith or the hypothecation of the pub- lic lands be and the same are hereby repealed and that this act take effect from and after its passage. Approved January 27th 1844. AN ACT To amend an act entitled "An Act to organize the Militia in the-Gounties-of Robertson-and Brazos" approved Janu- ary sixteenth one thousand eight hundred and"forty-two. Section 1. Be it enactedby the Senate and House of Repre- sentatives of the Republic of Texas in Congress assembled Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 March 1844

t-ttrapt ra? A tt?ttt?r ni? MRWALKERJ l quired is tojnierpolate most important words inlo that in- EXLRACT OF A LETfER OF MR WAL.ivr.1. JH m c(juld u havc'bccn lhc nCcnlion of lhe RELATIVETOTHE ANNEXATION OF OF MISSISSIPPI. .'CS-T TEX4S: tj j In reply tc&ktrcall of the People of Carroll County j Kentucky communicate his views on that subject. Washington City Jan. 8 1844. Gentlemen :-Yout letter dated Ghent Carrol county Kentucky. November 25th 1843 has been received. It contains the-resolutions of a meeting of the people of that couuty in favor of the annexation of Texas and requesting the candidates for the presidency and vice presidency of the Union to make "known to (you) or the public" their views on this subject. Asa committee yon have transmitted me these proceedings together with a special letter addressed to me as a candidate for the "vice presidency" n questing my opinions1 on this question. 1 am not a candidate for the vice presidency. The only State in which my name h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 March 1844

bundancefriKaVhs' products may-rival'those'o'fsevcralf the mines of Chihuahua. New Cotton Press. A few days since we visited the Cotton Press lately erected in this city by Mr. N. T. Davis and were agreeably surprised to find that the ma--chinc used for compressing cotton bales admirably an- swers the purpose for which it was constructed. With the aid of only two hands Mr. Davis can compress a bale of 500 pounds into a space only 22 inches square in sbout fifteen minutes. The facility wilh.which this work is accomplished is truly surprising. Mr. Davis has also -connected with his press a large warehouse- where bales -of cotton may be stored for a trifling sum; and preserved in good order for shipment aUhe convenience of the mer- chant of planter. Several teams loaded with cotton arrivod on Saturday last from Fayette county. The owners of this cotton say that they prefer this market to those of the western towns. They can obtain a higher price for their cotton here; and purchase good...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 March 1844

HOUSTqN ;PffJLCILB CURRENT. -Corrected -v7se3sly for the Telcgrapb. "BY-JOHN-SHACKELFORD Jr. ARTICLES. ALE & PORTER pr. bbl. APPLES do BAGGING Dundee p. yd BALE ROPE per lb. Kentucky Bagging - Manilla BREAD per lb. Pilot - Navy - BLTTTERperlb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm CE1EESE per lb. - - -COFFEE per lb. -CI DER per bbl. - - -CORN per .bushel - -COTTON per lb: - - -FLOUR new per bbl. -FISH per bbl. Mackerel NoI - . -Herring? per bx - -Cod per box - - -GLASS' per box Window 8 by 10 - - 10 by 12 - - FFFG GUN POWDER per keg. Rifle canister - - - -IRON per ton - - -S weeds - - - - -English -----American rolled - -do hammored - - LARD per lb. - - - -LEAD per 100 lbs. Bar LIME per bbl. - - - -LUMBER per M feet Boards yellow pine - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon NAILS.2da20dperlb. -OILS per gallon Linseed Sperm ------POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS per bbl. Beef No. 1 - - - - cargo - - - - Pork mess - - - - cargo - - - Bncon hams per lb. - - middlings - - RICE per lb. - - - - SALT per sack ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 March 1844

'3- pffT?'' S3335s5p a - '.134 2!fijSiiQr. $5 iiaad.vaice. Published Weekly. op $7 at the end of the year. BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON WEDNESDAY MARCH 20 1844. VOL. IX. NO. 14--WH0LE NO. 433. 3jL tl Civ QQ WfiB- 3 E"V Wk Tw&. s3Lfc.-yh. wr. r k m Tm it JT 5 nsc PJMUhLlgLiSJll JAJifilJ A JKT Vfe nc xB&HEa "--''- ww tw Bbv iK&vzNRt iSs vHKVBb 'm'mm H& H 1 1 1 ifin p iBBBgmaagaai i n i ! if if iiiTigfflaggsant .Laws of the Republic of Texas. i rrvr T? 17 Q CJ. OUil IXLVJCOO. EIGHTH AN ACT To open and establish a National Road. 'Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of Repre- sentatives of the Republic of Texus in Congress aosimbled That Jason Wilson William M. Williams of the county of Lamar John Tearey of the county of Fannin Rowland W. Box of the county of Harrison and James Bradshaw of the county of Nacogdoches be and they are hereby appointed commis- sioners To view mark and' lay out a road to be called The Central National Road of the Republic o Texas"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 March 1844

EXTRACT From the Speech of Mr. Clay on the Spanish Trcalp in thtRov.il of Representatives April 8 1820. I consider it too clear to need discussion that the treaty is at an end ; that it contains in its present state no obliga- tion whatever on the part of Spain. It is as if it had never been. We ore remitted back to the- state of our rights and the demands which existed prior to the treaty with this only difference that instead of being merged in or weakened by the treaty they have acquired all the addi- tional force which the intervening time and faithlessness of Spain can communicate to them. The second resolution comprehends three propositions; the first of which is that the equivalent granted by Spain to the United States f )T the province of Texas is inade- quate. To determine this it is necessary to estimate the value of what we gave and of what we receive. This in- volves an inquiry into our claim to this subject. I pre- sume the spectacle will not be presented of questioning...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 March 1844

r JtmHBMV.- !&4kg?rie i lb rough the prairies only while the sections containing woodlands and those where bridges are required will be neglected and thus the road would be useless. General Thompson. It is now reported that Gen. Thonapsen the United Slates Minister in Mexico will not return on the Vincennes as was expecttd: but will re- main in Mexico until another Minister issentout to take his place. The United States Brig of War Bainbrulge sailed from Pensacola on the 12th inst.. or Vera Cmz. South America. There hare recently been several revolutions in the States of South America bordering on the Pacific. In Peru General Torrico was overthrown by General Vidal and the latter has been overthrown by General Vivanco who is now in power. A corrcspon. dent of the New York Journal of Commerce says: the Government of Gen. Vivanco is the best since thedownfall of the Peru Bolivian Republic. The yellow fever has prevailed at Gayaquil for the Jast year and has made terrible ravages. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 March 1844

HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. Corrected -weelsly for tixo Telegraph. rtBY "JOHN SHACKELFORD Jh. ARTICLES. From To Remarks. ALE & PORTER pr. bbl. APPLES. do BAGGING Dundee p. yM BALE ROPE per lb. Kentucky Bagging Manilla - - - - BREAD per ib. Pilot Navy - - - ' BUTTER per lb. C A N DLES per lb. Sperm CHEESE per lb. - -(X)FFEE per lb. OIDERBer-bbl. - - C- RN. per bushel -COTTON per lb: - - -FL)UR new per bbl. -FISH per bbl. Mackerel No. 1 . -Herring per box - -Cod per box - -GLASS per box Window 8 by 10 - 10 by 12 - - FFFG GUN POWDER per keg. Rifle canister - - -IRON per ion - Sweeds Englisb American rolled - -do hnmmored - -LARD per lb. - - - -LEAB per 100 lbs. Bar LIME per bbl. - - -LUMBER per M feet Boards yellow pine - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon NAILS5da20d per lb. -OILS per gallon Linseed Sperm ------ POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS er bbl. Beef No. 1 - - - - cargo - - - - Pork mess - - - - - c-irgo. - - - B.it'un. haras per lb. - - middlings - - RICE rcr lb. - - - -SALT per sac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 March 1844

v: . TJ.S2 o i -j c . ' iii5i. ."E : m p wtf frii&2:.ii - : - WMUEB - : S4l-MTt'.-''fc& - ..'JSrfr iS v-fcgu' -"'f :a'4qp .tr rt - -Lfratu I TM&rflg-5 in advance. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end ot tUe fear& rrraaVSfe- &SfcrJT 1 aaiis mmwd j wyj t jl .k BY CRUGEK & MOORE. PUriLlSHhlD BY CRUGEE & MOORE TERES. ' SoBscEii'Tiof per 12 months or 52 numbers to- . s Q6 " - tt u 3 13 " i single paper - - - - " srVvn-M-ediA wil? D2 siveii for subscriptions. S5 00r 3 00 2 00 13 5 i 00 '50 4 00 Anv-PBTisiKo. 1st insertion - - per square $ ai and subsequent insertion " - Political cards each insertion - " Announcement ol Candidates per annot 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent on the above Tates will be made to sheriff; on all legal notic s. Persjns desiro js ol advertising by he qucr.er can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week per quarter $25 5 5 squares changing 3 each vveek"$30; 6 squares changing 4 each wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 March 1844

: "fifteen thousand dollars 'be and the same is here- by appropriated toarry this act into.-efiect. Sec. 5.' Be ib further enacted That the act ap- proved lth January 1843 authorizing the sale o? the navy? be and the same is hereby repealed?- "& Sec. 6. Be it further enacted That if the Se- cretary pf War and' Marine' shall not be able to make a contract according to the provisions of this acfi Then and'in that case the Secretary ot. War and Marine shall have power to apply the . ampjinl appropriated to the keeping of th.: navy. In ordinary under his directions. ' Sec. 7.' Be it further enacted That.lhis act takeeffect from and after its passage. Approved February 5th 1844. It is stated that from thirty-five to forty members of the TT S Senntp. heinp- a maioritv of two-thirds with tin Executive of that country nre in favor of entering into ;j treaty with Texas for the cession or our territory to inj United States; that this fact has been communicated iij form to this Government ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 March 1844

'&-' B Jk fJ 4 if - w ' v out&GDyerament nndtdespatchcssUpthat. ut 'ijexas for its acceptance and it is .not improbable that it may be agreed to and submitted to the Senate at this session for ratification. That it can be ratified is impossiblej and it is more than probable that such a resuit is not 'at this time even desired by ivlrfTjIer because it is upon the agitation of this ques- tion he mainly relies as a distinctive basis of political sup- PDrL" Mexico. Advices have teen received frorn Mexico m'a Havana fourteen days later than the previous dales received at New Orleans direct from Vera Cruz. Santa Anna had arrived in the Capitol and assumed the reins of Government. The Republic was-represenled to be in a quiet state and slowly reviving from the late commotions Great numbers of eraigrantsnvere on the way to California. The Mexican papers comment with great warmth on the subject of the Annexation of Texas to the United States. Duncan C. Ogden one of the late prisoners...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 March 1844

. iiwapiuiMiiii uru&im'wmmB.wi&.u jffti fir-" ''trrQBF' : 3E- "HOUSTON PRtCE-& CURRENT. Corrected vyeeltly for the Telegraph.. V BY JOHN SHACKELFORD Jr. -ARTICLES. - U10 - - JI50 . !0 ALE & PORTER pr. bbl APPLES do B GGiNGTJundee p. yd BALE ROPE per lb. Kentucky Bagging -- - : Manilla - -v - - - IB READ per lb. SRilot - - - Navy - &- - - " BUTTER per lb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm CHEESE per lb. - - -C&FFEE per lb. - -CIDER par "KM. - - -CORN per bushel; - --COTTON Tier lb:. - - -SoCR aJw. perm -"FISH per bbl. Mackerel No. 1 - . V -Herring pebox - -. Cod per box .: - - -GLASS per box ---.Window 8 by 10"-. -'- fer- 10 by 12 - - -E5FG GUN POWDER per keg. ."Rifle canister - - - -IRON per ton - - - S weeds - - - - - English - - r '. American Tolled -'. do Tiararaored L'ARDperlb. - - -LEAD per 100 lbs. Bar IiIME perljbl. - - - -.LUMBER per M feet Boards yellow pine - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon NATLS 2d a 20d per lb. -QELS per gallon Linseed Sperm ------ POTATOES ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 April 1844

--l?rf "C" a. I - TUMiSflg S in advance. JPublishcd WcckJn ' ' -' '""""" ''""J ""JJii-ia . MruiunLz wetKty. 01 7 at ihe eMd of the.yeas- - BY CEUGEE & MOORE. PUBLtSHED BY CRU.GER & MOORE. 4- Sjbscriptiox per TBKIS. 12 months or 32 numbers - 5 00 G 26 " - - - 3 00 '" " 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 -t-p- u single paper ----- 13 Xo credit will be given for subscriptions. ADYEaTislKGlit insertion - - per square $ 1 00 " - 2d and subsequent insertion " - - 50 " Political cards each insertion - - 4 00 " 'AnnuuncementolCandictetesperunno'tJO 00 Adisconntof 10 percent on the above rates will be made to sheriffs on all legal notices. Pers5nsdesirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of changing 2' squires each week per quarter $25; 5 square chmgius 3 each week"$30; Squares changing 4 each week $35. All idvertiments sent without"?oriicre instructions will un- le5"soo r;r forbid be inserted sir months and charged accord ingly. No pers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 April 1844

Jp. dredFrench sdldiefs retreated from Vigo "and being afraid to enter Santiago -encamped ih'tfaeneighfaorhood of the city where sixty of them having Hug a trench trn feet vdeep .deposited in- it the barels by order of their commander. During fie operation one of the barrels "was"broken and it was then the soldiers perceived what thev were burying Instead of ammunition as theyhad beejprokF. Military discipline however prevented them frorr? satisfying their secret desires and they were" unable to do so as ihey shortly returned to Frdnce and- were marched lo Russia. It is positively known that only three of them survived that campaign. One of the sur- vivors "died a short lime since; another expired three years agoaand tha fact above alluded to is Confirmed in his -will. " The only ofie how Hying having waited for Ihe time after which no.claim is legal in France to ex- pire left fo? Spain 5 atad'fiaVihg explored the spot where he supposed the treasure lay buried he repaired to Ma- dri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 April 1844

. y ynm ijtraigygiyage f ' r. RWfc" k "i-' .J"SS."i'-'- ' .Jl tVBassa&aiK4m& horsesitnd mules in. this caballadalf They arts offered for sale al a veryjow price. -.' Despatches. Immediately alter the arrival of the !New York about ten days since despatches were for warded in great haste to Washington. It is not known to wnat th3y relate: but it is nnderstood that they were frorathe British Minister in the United Slates. The Government probably consideied them ofiittle importance or wasnot desiroustd answer them promptly: for the messenger whp looklhern to Washington didnot return until ong after the New York had set sail on her re- turn. The Testa Lost. We learrUVom a gentleman who lately arrived from Montgomery that the Vesta struck a snag in the Trinity a few days since and sunk almost im- mediately. She has been abaudoned by the Captain and crew' and it is thought she is a total wreck. The. Editor of the Vindicator attempts tor repi--mand some- of his brother editors and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 April 1844

Eft) UT-G'N' ' P-R IOES C UR'HE'N T. Corrected weekly for the- Telegrapli. BY JOHN SHACKELFORD Jr. ARTICLES. From ALEPORTEK pr. Jbbl. APPLES do BA3GtNG- DtrrirJee p. yd BALEJROPE per Ik Kentticky Bagging Manilla - - - - - BREAD pec lb. Pilot --Navy ------- BUTTER per lb. ..CANDIES per lb. Spera - CHEESEf per lb. - "3S& -COEREE.-per lb. -CIDER per bbl. - - -CORN: per bushel - -COTTON per lb: - - -FLQUR now pe.r.bbL -FISH per rjbk- .Mackerel4&Sl - . -BKmg per box - -Co3fp6rbox- -g-GLASS:-'tier"box; Window by10- - . FFEGGDN PQWJJ1SU ' per kej. ? Rifiecanisterj -- - -IRQJperon - - - Sweeds ----- English - - - Anfericaiilrblledj" do hammered BARDSerilb?r L"B3a?VpBr"lt)0 lbsrrEar LIME per bbl. - - - -LTJMBER per M feet- Boafdsyellow pine - zr S5vhitedo -'-j"VIOLA&ESrp6fV"on. : alliS vjo. a zua pernio -m OILS per gallon Linseed; Sperm -- - - -POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS perbblF. seef.JNo. 1 - .I-. c- ltaiyu - - 7 10 00 5 00 18 10 20 23 7 6 0 10 "J 10 30 7 50 14 00 1 25 . 1 50 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 April 1844

'-T&j&gips2v3t3F-- Hf- L -V- 3'- XN12MH3': fBlBWlO WMM J51? - "?j; - 'Hr- itav '-' ' i 4 2JSI2JFl"Sf$5 iiffi advance. -Published Weekly. or $7-at the easd oVthe year"- W -. -i "stfr sr "SPtJBUGEB&XODEE. ' -(lJr ' " imM " ' HOUSTON f WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1844. VOL. TX.-M3. 17--WHOL&-F0. 4&6T 1 - SK"v V PUBLISHED BY GRTJGER & MOORE Mi" ffli Sfcil SoastkiPTioxper 12 months or 52 numbers - $5 00 I 3 00 - 2 00 - IS1 $"i oo - ' '50 4 00 G - 26. - "1 T- 3" 13 " . am.-- ft itfgle paper- '-- .- " " -No credit will bs giveji for subscriptions. 11 ADVErisiNa 1st insertion - - re.r square - "He1 2dnd subsequent insertion ' - . . TO;i;..ol r.Tir1o each insertion V V . ' . Announcement ol Canotdates per anno't 10 00 -- -Kdiscount-of 10 per cent on the above rates wtfl be inaUe to taStianihemiatT canaoso on thlnwin terms; Tec 4 squares with the. privilege of cTuio-fuS? 2 sqaares each week per quarter S&; 5 sqnarey SnliSi 3 each week7$30 ; 6qiiares changing 4 each week? Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 April 1844

-rSP"' iP - sS upon this subject. Many ole$fipers ibatnave nuneno Temalned neutral arebe36mgacliyo" jrY favorof one can- didate or trie othec;jHjAersttfiat'Jbave'advocated the claims jof certain persons have dropped them for the re- gular candidates; .while some have even gone so far not onljf.as to chVngfitheir beads but have at the same time changed therrpoiitics altogether. The "Northern Stand; aroV published at ClarksvilleRed River county which 'rintil nnitp. Tecp.ntlv had" suoDorted Joha Hemphill for -trie Presidency now comes put with the name of General - Burleson at its head. This paper is a very respectable V T..w"l J .!. -n nr ronrcDnnla flt'n nf a lorrrp nnnll- jmtlllill auu Hit; uigau ui itjjn.swnu.iui u .-.&w. -r- 10US ana JlOUISning pun. ui me cvrjjuuuc auu iium "V- intelligence and ability whiqhis evinced in its manage- - menrtogether wilb other lactspot less important cannoi but betaken as very -flattering evidences in favor of Gen. Burleson and thocaufof indepen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 April 1844

t t i T i R ' MF - wsau? who baa been sent oat 'to Investigate the actual jSatB of ..things has returned with excellent accounts. )ther colonists havejately gone out of the more respecta- ble classes of society and amongst them is Qpunt Charles Castell-lately Captain in an Austrian regiment at Mentz." SPAiK-This unhappy country is still distracted with civil war. Several insurrections had occurred in Valen- cia and the adjoining provinces. And fears are enter- tained that a-general insurrection was in progress through- out the Kingdom that would result in the ovei throw of the present dynasty.' " Captive Negroes restored. The Government of the United States has agreeditp restore to Dr. J. W. Ro- Vmson two negroes captured on his 'plantation on the Coiomdoby the Commanches in 1839 and carried to the -JJnited States and sold. They were purchased frortUhe Commanches by American Indians and taken tdlhe Cherokee country-in Arkansas where they were sold to the daughter of a trader." The C...

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