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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 May 1844

r .- ---Jji- xam. r- 3- xne??fjFijxr-. - I: utrcrs toit""hki c:rs xnrcrRENT y- Corrected. .wee3iiy for tlie Telegrapb. v- - bxjjohn'Khackeeeord.-Jr. ARTICLES. ALE-& PORTER pr. bbl. .ApPIsES do B AGEING Dundee p. yd BALE ROPE per. lb. Jteptucky Bagging - Manilla BEAiD per lb. Pilot - Naw ------ BUTTER per lb. CANDLES perlb.Sperm CHEESE jier lb. - - - COFFEE per lb. " CfDER per bbl. - - - CORN per bushel - - GOTTDN.perlb: - - - FLOUR new per bbl. - FSHperbbl. Mackerel No. 1 - . -Herring per box - -Cod per box - - - - j LASS per box Window 8 by 10 - - - 10 bv 12 - - FEFG GUN POWDER perjeeg Rifle canister - - - -IRON" per ton - - -Sweeds - - - - -English - -.-- -American rolled - " -' da - hamraored - -LARDpefl&- '- - -LEAIlperJOO lbs. Bar JIBpot.bbL - - -LUMBER per Mieet Boards yellow pine - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon NAILS 2d a 20d per lb. -OLLSj)er gallon Linseed Sperm ------ POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS per bbl. Beef No. 1 - - - - cargo - - - - Pork mess - - - - cargo ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 May 1844

'- W -dW . Jzmf&fag Ih&r. ftjSr vsrt iig- ' ' ' f " aSlI!- igpYTGfe iTvvTTnr &--n ink &q m$mmmm 5 tttlTUJL 4flff j 4 ifea SldStfiFS $5 in' Adva&ce. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end pi' the year! - BY CRUG-ER te MOORE. HOUSTON WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1844. VOL. 1X-.-NO. 23-WHOLE NO 1J2 'V-.i.--e. v - - - "L " ' wt EUBJLLSHED BYCRUGER & MOORE r " TBK'IS. Scb3riptiox per 12 months or 52 numbers - So 00 . ' i 6 " 26 " - - - 3- 00 i ii 3 13 " - - . 2 0(r w" - " single paper ----- 13 1 TNo credit will be giveuJLpr subscriptions. ADTEaTisisG l-t insertion - - per square $ I 00 ' " 2A and-sabsequent insertion " - - 50 '" poiuicSl'cards each insertion - - 4 00 ' " jiQnoaQcemtnto!Uandidaiesperannot 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent oruhe above rates will be mads to sheriff:" on all legal notie -s. Persons dcsiroasol advertising by the quarter can doso on the following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege ol chanin" -i squares each4weekper quarter S25; 5 square chaugiu each...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 May 1844

v&tt r- -ag-TC":V -&1 Fr'oa. the National InttlligencerApril 27 Mr. CLAY ON TH& jEEXAS QUESTION. Toths Editors of the National'lnttllig'encer z Raleigh April 17 1844. -rj&Gejitltmen : Subsequent to rny departure from Ash- " lann December last t received various communications frontpopular assemblages and private individuals rtqucst- inn expression of my opioion upon the question of the -;Suhexation of Texas to the United States. I have for- bofneo reply to them because it was not very convenient dining the progress of my journey to do so and for other "reasons laiunoi iuuik iipiujjei uuurtcssaiiij m muo- -dace at present a new element among the other existing -T !-??. .UrU nmlnto nr1 anrrrnttlo nlfKlli- mlnn 1 hp cSUOjeClS WUlliU ugtiaic uim cugiusj mi. jjuuiii. . - TOP.f.rion of the overture of Texas some years ago to be- subjects which agitate and engross the public Traction of the overture of Texas some yea corae-annexed to the United States had met with general a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 May 1844

""S9" TT " --- - vrewTw- j U v h&t r r --tfjaHCprtfess 1L 1 tOince 01 irresiurni oi j.esus. i uc.uesires 10 ue irrgai dent'he should try -and dovbeltery as post-intister gem jal. If Be is not faithful over a-Jew things he will surely not "be'"faithful over many things" jJSei.xjenza. A.diseapjsimirar to the Influenza has prevailed for several weeks past in man' of tnesettlements online Bi.zos and its-tributaries. Several persons in the vicinity of San Felipe-and on Mill-Creek have died from It is now abating. its eff-cts . A -f "Astonishing Accuracy of the Bible. An astonishing feature of the word-of God is; notwithstanding the time at which its compositions were written and the multi- tude of the topics "to which it alludes there is not one physical error-'not one assertion or allusion' disprov- ed by the progress of modernscience. None of those mistakes which the science.of each succeeding age dis- covered in the books preceding; above all none of those absurdities which modern...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 May 1844

wv -gjr -SwqfeJ- vqemr "" " WT" "'"' HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. "T YffiiirSHAtfrlELFORD Jr s ARTICLES? t-Frw-i 2b Remarks. 'AlM& PORTER pr. bbV BAGGING Dundee p. yd BALEJROPE per lb. "Kentucky Bagging; vManilIa - BREAD per lb. "Pilot 5avy BUTTER per lb. . CANDLES per lb. Sperm CBEESE per lb.' - - -COFFEE per lb. - --CPDERper bbl. - - CORN per bushel - .- COT J'ON per lb": - - -FLOUR new..per bbL -" FlSHrper bbl. " . ' Mackerelj No. 1 - . - Herring per box - - Cod per box - - - -': LASS per box 'Window 8 Uy 10 - - 10 by 12 - - FFFG GUN POWDER "& keS- IRifle canister - - - IRON per ton - - - S weeds. ------ English - - -American rolled do hammered LARD per lb. - - LEAD per 10Q lbs. Bar iLME..per bbL - - -LUMBER per M feet Boards yeijow pine - wane ao - - .0 00 5 00 18 10 20 23 "7 6 - .is; 50 - 10 . 30 H 7 50 14 00 1 1 25 50 50 50 00 75 MOIaA5SEb. ner pulion. NAILS 2(1 a 20d per lb. -OILS; per gallon Linseed Sperm ------ POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS per "bbl. Beef No.l - - - - " ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 May 1844

V 3fe m& r . u . r. 2FJE?2StfflZ$---$5 In advance. JPublisJied Weekly or $7 at the end of the yeaS?' -. BY feE CJGEKr feHTOORE. " "' HOUSTON WEDNESDAY MAY 29 1844. -TTlTT T-V7- TVTi. -v TTTTT-X T1 TVTyx . JT ' VVJJD. 1JL. U. 4--WMUlji W. 443 4-wa v - -. tn ap T.vc - v .a .y " '- ' - -tf - -- '-- t FTJBlftS'HED BY CRTJGER & MOORE. TERMS. -Subsrkitioy psr 12 months or-52 numbers $5 00 3 00 2 00 13 G " 26 3 13 single paper I-vjVo trtd.il will be riven for subscriptions Advertising 1st insertion - - per square $ I 00 r 2d. and subsequent insertion " - - 50 - Political cards each insertion - - 4 00 v Announcement dTCandidatesjieranno't 10 00 AdiscoanUof-10 per centyon tfieaboveTates will be made to sheriff; onall legal notices. s - Persondesirbus or -advertising by thc.qnarter can do so on the following terms? Per.4 squares with.- the privilege of changing 2 squares each week per quarter S25 ; 5 squares changing 3 each week $30 ; 6squares changing 4 each week 35. AH aavertisernen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 May 1844

- rr- aaeSS'Wy-gt-ygfc rar-00Huf & F II I W F pMBiri in ! pm ieagaMB Mie extension oftne Union jvesfe Beyond the'Ohip and south beyond the St Mary's.""'- sZ . ' j Therqpbrt gives an instance-of the indecent and intem- porateJanguage used by some of tho citizens of .Massachu- setts. Elaine New Hampshire Rhode Island New Jer- sey -Belaware Maryland Virginia North " Carolina Georgia Alabama Arkansas Missouri Tennessee and. Kentucky "have presented to the Committee no "expres- sionff the public Those from Indiana and Illinois the most' jiomerous and earnest. But few memorials from Pennsylvania and Michigan. Out of the 94 35 are pre- senteSTby one individual and 10 by another which is a proof the Committee think thai they are "but the echoes of the cTy in Congress against slavery.3' ' One hall of the whole contain no argument ugainst the measure but bald iteration of the clamorous outcry against slavery-originated in Congress." iWany of these are signed by women. Most of -them presen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 May 1844

-iHyr "- JSCJ- -aS vs BiSSE r 'v-wwSK ;'SjfT.js? "s-a era ic J . " - K for without succc.fbyreaUng-wJththesavages-on THe! ont? 'band and bynegotiating-for-anVAfmi5ifce on the UtUBf. . . v-- ' " - .if 'Wheat. Trie counties of Travis and Bastrop are al ready furnishing ihe inhabitants uifh'an ample supply of wheat rye and oats for their own consumption. Ihe emigrants from Missouri and other western States consid- er our soil and'climate highly favorable'lo the culture of those products and not inferior to the Vst portions of the United States.' We may soon expect our supply of flour from "the upper country instead of importing it from the Upper Mississippi. " S Sugar. A gentleman; long experienced in the cultt- vationoflhe sugar cane both in the United States and the "WVst Indies and who has lately taken a considerable force to the valley of the Guadaloupe informs us that the low lands oTTexas are better suited. to the growth of this great staple than either Louisiana or the West Indi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 May 1844

gy Corrected -weakly; -for ilio Telegraph BY.JOHN8BfAGKELFORg; Jr. '- ARTICLES: - "VflJ- APBfcES do BAGGING Dundee p. yd BALE JROPEper lb. -- Kentucky Bagging Manilla - - - - - EtfEfc pec lb. Pilot - Ndvyv ------- BUTTER oer lb. CANDLES per lb. Sperro CHEESE per lb. - - COFFEE per lb. - -CrDER per bbl. - - i CORN.' per bushelx --t CQT'JJGN.per'lb -- FEOURrnewperbbli -FfStLperbbL H - 'Mackerel No". If - m Herring' per box -' rGcwlfiper bdx - - - $. LASS per box Window &by 10 - - -1.0 by 12 -- FFEG X UN .POWDER -per-keg; -r Rifle canister - - - -IRONrperton - - - Swecdsr - -- - - - -English - - - - ei- Anierican rolled - -clo hammored - .LARttperlb. - -' --' .IiEAfDAper-100 lbs. Bar LI&lEex bM - '- LUMBER per-M feet ' Boards yellow pine - . V ybite "do - -MOLASSES per gallon NAILS 2d a 2Gd per lb. -OILSiper gallon .Linseed. - Sperm - -;-- - -POTATOES per-bbl. -PROriSIONS per bbl. ' BeefrNo! - - - - cargo 10 00; .5 00 18 10 20 23.. 7." 6 18 50 .10 . 11J 10 30 4 7 50 14 00 1 25 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 June 1844

qp. Jt- - 4i ym . iiypiT l X i iii?i 1 1 m niiwiiiwnirHiMi ii ii i "i Tiiii-- ii in in iiMinir"rm" mirnnn i i IT qBMgMBBiaBMiMBaBa aaB"BgeiM nfc .n r- iuhibiih n iiiiii j mirnprin niMg i r-rn wacaBaaBMjaHWg BHwwajwagaaae TEiZJWS $5 ML advance. BCRJJGrER & MQ0B& i .1 ii in to i umm 1 1 in nm P U B-L ISIEE D.B Y tttttF GE R &f IvI 0 Oil E. SrrsciiPTiot per 12 months r 52 numbers - So 00 - " 6 " -26 fi - - - 3 00 " v . l " -3 " - 13 " - - - 2 00 'W " single upper ------ 13 3oirc4ifeill be given Tor subscriptions. . AnvEawsrea 1st insertion -' - j?ersauare $ I 00 " -" 2d and subsequent insertion- " - - 50 m " ? iPohtical cards each inseittbn - - 4 00 " s AunounceoientofKJandidatesperanno't 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent on the above- rates will be made to sheriff on ill legal noiic-s. Pe rs U6 disiroasof advertising by the quarter can do so on the XoWowLg terms Per 4 -squares with the privilege of chang ng 2 iquaresjeacu weekj.j3.gr quarter 25 ; 5 squares changing. 3 each w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 June 1844

! nwy ablettq oPtheprQper explanationifcthe sub. jettssw)uld'ariseinlhe-course ofyour cwiveiupDs with Presidenl Houston. I wish you "to seetbatfanciipnaiy without Joss of time and to urge upon Sim'the absolute oegessuyfaaDexatioaywitb reference to thennteresl (and. possiblyno the safety of Jboth countries. Asat is .of great importance that i he messenger who bears this despatch should leave the United States imme- diately have.pot'time to discuss the subject in all its im- t portanUje-rings. -My views-are in fact -disclosed in a dt s- patch'oa'dressed ta Mr. Everett at London "of-wbTch a copy is "enclosed. To these may be added the following considerations: "- What motive can England have for a disinterested friendship towards Texas?" Friendship between nations is never disinterested but in this case even the common feeling national Trindness" cannot be presumed to exist. The policy of Ehglaqd is purely commercial.- Her ob- jecrisLtongross the commerce of the world ; by diploma- cy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 June 1844

Vnr-iTS? -rr' Tt 9 jjjgpeag'qngjipi". gSfcj:3ea jfcyBawaggr g - '&-?' " grctjhat the forcof'circainjialaces compel them to givt - him ttlefuctant voteJ'-f QnfiluniUpeompel us topostpone ive OjdPlHmitsompels topostpone fbcoar next paper thejenUre4etter. We will howev- erbere premise that we would gfadly avoid any frequent recurrence to the prominant measure or events of this ex- piring administration. The picture presents nothing ve- ry interesting or satisfactory to the lover of bis country. But when the cnief argument insisted upon by the friends of Houston's nomine is not his own merits or past ser- vices bar his determination to carry out the measures of the present Executire then we are challenged to the investigation of those measures in order to ascertain whe- ther they be for good or whether they'be.for evU to -the country.Let every man be well satisfied in bis own mind whether he desires the re-enactment of thdsecenes thro' whichwe have bee.n carried for the last three y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 June 1844

(MFr-Wil4 " BySHACKELFORDf SAMPSON & CO. ARTICLES.--:4; - rTf"r: Prom- ALE. PORTER: HbL APPLES - do BAGGING Dundee T'.ya BALEJIOPE pet lb. Kentucky Baggings -Manilla - -. : -' " BREAD per lb. Pilot - Navy ---": BUTTER per lb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm CEIEE3E per lb. - -COFFEE erlb. ' CrDER per bbl. - -CORNijper bushel -COTJ'Qiperlb: FLOUR; jiow perbbL FISHper bbl. Mackerel No. 1 - . ggSBn&.perbox - tJodjIper box - -GLrAfSSj-perbox Window 8 by 10 -'" JO bv 12 - FFFG GUN POWDER pef keg. Rifle canister - - . -IROpei ion - - -SwegSs - - -English - - - - -American rolled - -do " nammored - LARD per lb. - - - -LEAD per 100 lbs. Bar IJ1-CLrPr bbl. -- -LUMBER per Mfeet Boards; yellow pine white do - - MObASSES pervgallon NAILS 2d a 20d per lb. -OILS per gallon Linseed Sperm -----POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS per bbl. Beef No. 1 - - - - : cargo -.-. Pork rness - - cajgo - - - Bnconhams per lb. - - middlings - - RICE per lb. - - - -SALT per sack Liverpool S flOT ;per bag 25lbs. - -SOA'P.p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 June 1844

:i i! - - - - T3 . - - 'tfMl?'. jgtrwr v' ' ta-jraifejg 'J- .---r - i " -J"!"-' viUjl lism tJBia UJiSSiiS "JUKlfe - - " . .' l'L- -V U ULJw V -v C"' ... -V --nV 1 -A ?V -i . I- V !!. l r I w -r 5tr Published Weekly. jtfr $T at the cad oi' thcycay. feT-'5r- 3 "- ' - '- " Bjg 4." -.-. - i - - .-r & -- S rtwnwuiiWMiiiii .jiitiiiug am bsh iffw.ipii 1UBLISHED BY CHUGER &.-MOORE. -. Sdesciiptiox per JL2 months or 52 numbers - souu jt it -- tr ft ' id - Q Oft . "V ' "' singtepaper ------ -jriVb credit -will be givert Jbr subscriptions. "ajJVEHTlsmQ 1st insertion - - per square. 13 Si Ha. ana suDsequcni.inscju.uu Political cards' each insertion a .n.omonr nl i""nnf"i(ateR:rier--.nnot. 10 00 "" "riiUcount of 10 per cent on the-ibove..rateS-.vilibe made to ..-v...-: at.- nn all loorni notices.. - . r . ' Persons "desirous ot advertising by the quarter can do so oil nhekTfohowItig terms: rfer-squareSj wiin me privilege ui All advertisements sent without written instructions will nn- 'l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 June 1844

& . ar - H L-. f ' with Texas upon peaceful and-honorable terms as the - ground of the continued detention of these unhappy men. The" temporary interruption of ihe official intercourse "between Her JMajestJris GhargeH' Affaires at Mexico and. Mhat-Gtrvernmehtis; noticed-by Mr. Jones as another event - . of'aldiscoufagifig character The undersigned can only sayipon that point that he is sure Her Majesty's Govern- ment would not have delayed to communicate iheir op- "preh4ensfons to (he same effect to the Government of Tex- as if they had participated in them for a moment. "Weighing allthe circumstances of the case as carefully asJie can ihe undersigned will take the liberty here to express the belief that at no period of the interposition of HerMajesty's Government for the settlement of the dis- pute between Texas and Mexico could it ever have ap- peared to them that there were better founded topes of an Nearly and honorable-adjustment than at the moment when as Mr. Jones observe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 June 1844

TSW' fcS? T ISfetaXilllilr' Tiieareeen'jlIslidrgiomaticCDr' respondence.8bi6wsi That "England refuseB -positively lo jneBtlte. between'Mexico oxii'Texz Concurrently or con jointly Tvith Franceihd the United Stales- We may .by and bjend ont what'laod mediation this is which JiBs&eeiEso carefullyconcealedlfrom the eye of the world. Hasaiot England gtven Mexisyrpecuniary. aid since the commencement jof this friendly mediation ? And has she noCiivtyved her desire that our recognition by Mexico- shall be placed upon the basis of Emancipation which it is her declared policy Jcpropagate all over the world? The Prospect. There is perhaps no country on eartbrwhose destiny at this moment is so problematical as that of Texas. We have -so long been looking for a crisis in our political affdirs-sVlong and anxiously -hoping for idmeTep"ose from he rumors of war and revolutionary Wubles- that the mind agilaUd. between hope and fear andiarrassed whh tormenting uncertainties has at length become...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 June 1844

JS-?'p.Ulil !4t 'i-3 i& - iv ." c !l -j&agj&M f&- KKEr1 - IJtpz&ESL SgpLCLFjQRD SAMPSON" CO. JEK Front ft- ro 20 23 7 .6 TO 50 10 10 10 ' -30. 4 7 50 14 00: T 25 1 5a h350 4 50 9V5 75 130 00 1000) 10 00 150 -00 10 8 0Q 3 50 V :AK&POR3!BR.Dr. bbLLlO'OO AeBIsESr '- do SINGrDandee p. yd B&Ii ROPE peij.lb. gQuijnckyJ3agglngJ - BRED perlbPilot i - Kivy. -j --- -BDLTER.perjb. i? QAtDIESper'Jb: Sperm CHEESE jer lb. - -CORFEEt per lb. - - -Gf fiEfa per bblJT - - UUKrr.perbfishelr- - - COTTON; pernor - "- -jEldOnR newiper bbL -PIHrperb"bL -&-vEEekerel No. 1' -" -Herringv petubbx1 - - '(3di;per box; - - - -GSaSS per bpx- J' Window 8 by 10 - - - 10 by 12"' .- - pefJceg. -- IRON per ton v- - - Sreedsr - - -- - English - -- - American rolled - - "jdo hammofeuV - IAlfBrperlb. -flV IRDper l00IbsBar3 J JLiliVLfci per bbl. - -- -LUMBER pef JWfee ' white "&b -. -MOLASSES p"er gallon NAIS 2da.'20a per lb. -OILS per gallon Linseed Spewn - -- - - -.2 POTATOES per bSl....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 June 1844

lAM-frC- IJflgSS in jsftvance. BY CEUGEB & MOOKE. gEassesst-AfUJ- rTJBB i in . i.miWif"TaBi'i PUBLISHED BY CRUGEE & MOORE. 33 7-- ' TBKMS. 12 months or 52 numbers G " 2G " - 3 " 13 Sdesctiptiox per S5 00 3 00 2 00 13 d." Ni credit will be given tor subscriptions. r Adveetisihg 1st insertionr - - per:quarc " "'" " 2d and subsequent insertion " -s &?.. Political cards each insertion - SI 00 50 1 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per annoM 10 00 A discpunt of 10 percent on the above rates will be made to sheriff-Ton all legal notices. .Porcnnc rip5imnsof aivertisinsbvtheauaiter can do -so on a rr.n-mntr terms: Per 4 sanares. with the Drivileere of changing 2 squares each week per quarter $25 ; 5 squares changing 3 each week $30; G squares changing 4 each week All advertisements sent without ioriWn'inslructions will un- less sooner forbid be inberted six months and charged accord- ingly. Jfo personal advertisements-cvill be inserted upon any terms. No crT&ilwill be given t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 June 1844

J9T ft- -!(-wrf- lS - - - g v werertfjg -ga 'efewid .- m tt- 7 A1 -- J DocksoUU)ndonand Liverpool. Thaarea of -water to be eadosedpby.lt is 40 acres and ofcapaciiy lo accommo- date "stapfof the very largest class. The warehouses on iheTjoraera of the dock are to be of stone and fire-proof. TBbole.cost is to "be $700000- of which -$367000 lava been"already expended. 'The-corner-stone-of the first warehouse was laid on the 251$ ult. with thelrsuai ceremonies. Pic. a " Fable 202. The Landlord the Soldier and ihe Potatoes A sol- dier of the West during the late war being off of duty was engaged by his landlord to assist him in the digging of his Potatoes-. Being furnished by the landlord with a quartbottFe of -choice spirits this soldier of the West du- ring'the late -war being offofduty proceeded to the patch. Aioufan Tiour after the landlord himself went thither and found this son of Mars in a state of intoxication a sit- ting down unable to stand a holding on to a stump and the quart...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 June 1844

will pass several limes round thev earthnnonu second" of time. The expense of constructing Is 8200 per mile. It isTeaidthe U. S. Government willfexlend it from Wash- ington to Philadelphia New Yorlrand Boston and to Tfew Orleans. We to-day publish an extract from ihe Bulletin of a work that has recently appeared in Paris entitled "Es- clavage et Liberie Slavery and Liberty." From this we may form some conception of the immensity of the British Possessions; although it is by no means a full enumeration of all the dependencies of that ast Empire. "In Europe (says M. Ride) England has acquired Malta Heligoland the Ionian Islands; in America Aca dia Canada and the Northern part ot ihe continent al- most all the West Indies a part of Guyana the Malonines and several other Islands; in Africa Bath nest Sierra Le- one the Cape of Good Hope the Isle of France Rodri- guer the Sechelles Socotera the islands of Loses As cension; in Asia Aden Ceylon an empire of over one hundred millions of inha...

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