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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 December 1844

Fg--S3?!S6K- r rfc "ji 'rs"K"'WC"' y"y v -8ar 2 - Ssr .- -c- fe t - J--r.Ty1 1-MMrW-1Wr"- -- aUT. WTM - TWH . II T I 1H mi I I II 3W6." ' . . ' - I - - HDD"S-TON?'l?lfeES CURRENT. -orrccted oveelsly toe the "Telegraph. BYJ&HAI3KELFORD SAMPSON & CO ARTICLES ALE PR'JJERYpr- bU APPLES v .-"Wdo BAGGING Dandeetp-yd BALE'rROP'E per lb." Kentuc ky Bagging -5 -- Ianilia -" - - " BREA D per lb. Pilot -- Navy - - - - ' ' BUTTER; per lb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm CHEESE per lb. - - -COEJEE pel: lb. -GiDER per bbl. - - -CORN per bushel - -COTtrONJperlb: - - -FLOUR! nWoer bbl. -FLSH perW "JUackerel NorTl - - -- HerringTpmbox - - - Cod per 'box- -f1 - GLA5 .jrerbox 5 VyinawS4by 10 - - ftKHfr'12 - - FFFG GtjN POWDER per keg. Uifle canister IRON per ton S weeds -" - Enrfigh. Engfigh. - - - - -America nroi 1 ed -- r?n hnmmnrwl "v- LAUD per IE - V-. -. LEAD.per 100 lbs. Bar LIME per bbl. -.- - From 10 00 5 00 18 8 18 23 7 6 10 50 10 11 10 37 5 9 50 14 00 1 25 1 50 3 50 4 50 8 00 75 130 00 100 00 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 January 1845

4 . TEIims$ ra advaace. JPnblisIted Weckly. or $7 at the end off the yeaa a IHBSS&B TTirKbKirBr erskTianEk n . BY CRUGEK & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGEfi & MOORE --C. TEKMS. Sob3Ciptio.v pr- 12 months or 52 numbers - 5 00 6 " 2G " - - - 3 00 " 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 " " aesle paper 13 -.Vo credit will bePen for subscriptions. Advertising 1st insertion - - per square $ I 00 2dandsubseqnenl insertion'" - - 50 " Politicalcardseach insertion - 4 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per anno't 10 00 Adiscount of lOper cent on the above rates will be made to sheriffs on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of channn 2 Tquares each week per quarter $25- 5 squares chinging 3 each week $30 ; 6quaxes changing 4 each week AU adveriis-ments sent without written instructions will un less sooner forbid be inserted tix inonm: aim tuaicu aciuiu- No personal idvertiseraent will be inserted upon any terms. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 January 1845

M BTfc WVf ' :iffrriaaan-wH mi mm n 1st time. Mr. McFarlarr was added to the coiiimitteetorf claims and accounts. Mr. Sudler introduced a bill to au- thorize the county surveyor of Houston county to trans- cribe the archives of his office in a bound book read fiist time. Mr. Smith moved the indefinite postponmcnt of the bill lost Mr. Scott introduced a bill to amend the laws regulating proceedings in civil suits read 1st lime. Mr. Mofntt presented a bill in relation to the College of Nacogdoches read 1st lime. ORDERS OF THE DAY. Mr. Means moved to take up the Senate's resolution to adjourn on the 20ih January lost ; ayes 7 noes 25. Bill to alter the Eastern line ol Rusk county amendments of the Senate. Mr. Gage moved that that House concur. Mr. Scott moved the bill lay on the table lost ; ayes 15 noes 23. Question on concurring carried. Joint Re- solution for the redemption of W. and Jane Simpson read 3d time and passed. Joint Resolution for the relief ol the eirs ofBenj. Parker dee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 January 1845

r J T...: i : ... ..ntio iMP;nru;ii.nm ;mivi; uctuitmi" u u-uiy iu wv-n u iuppiciuiuuc tuu- -3fraryto the declared popular will of the country. Is it Tiot however due to that "frankness which the President says shall ever attach to his conduct of the Executive functions" to remove every doubt in regard to his course upon a question that is now agitating both. hemispheres? We see in the Columbia Planter a series of resolutions adopted by the citizens of Matagorda on thesubjtct of An- nexation. This great measure is strongly urged upon the consideration of the present Congress and the President. It is believed that the election of Mr Poll; has authorita- tively decl .red the wisbs of ifbe people of the U. States and consequently the coursaof that government upon this question ; and. that it now only remains with us to decide the question. It is recommended that mettings be held in the several counties and the members of Congress instruc- ted on this subject We will publish the proceed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 January 1845

jp'WJtMJfllWI1 p . H O UB T 0 N. Pltl CJE S. C DR.RE iN T . otrected' weekly for tlie Telegraph. BYSHACKELFORD SAMPSON & CO. ARTLCLES. ALE & PORTER pr. bbl APPLES do BAGGING Dundee p. yd BALE ROPE per lb. Kentucky Bagging1 - Manilla BREAD per lb. Pilot - Navy B OTTER per lb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm CHEESE per lb. - - -COFFEE per lb. - -CrDER per bbl. - - -CORN per bushel - -COTTON per lb: - - -FLOUR new per bbl. -FISH per bbl. Mackerel No. 1 - . -Herring per box - -Cod per box - - - -GLASS per box Wind w 8 by 10 - - 10 bv 12. - - FFFG GUN POWDER per keg. Rifle-canister - -IRON per ton - - -S weeds - - - - -English - - - -American Tolled - -do hammored -LARD per lb. - - - -LEAD per 100 lbs. Bar LLuE. pet bbl. - - URFR -or M fret Boards yellow pine - wliite do. - From MOLASSES per gallon NAILS 2d a 20d per lb. -O ILS per gallon Linseed Sperm ------ POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS per bbl. Beef No.l - - - - cargo - - - - Pork mess - - - - cargo - - - Bacon hams per lb. - - middlings...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 January 1845

-!raE3 .as? """CSc whhbinb41pqq mri -J I- f- ii-IJ WHB 32 T&IZJl!$-5 in advance. JRublishea Weekly. op 7 at he end oi she year BY CRUGER & MOOBE. HOUSTON WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8 1845. VOL. i.-NO. --WHOLE JN'O. 473. tobsljiq mm BBaaaaBBBBacmag a s e mm m asg PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE - T E K M S - Sobscuptiow per 12 months or 52 numbers - S5 00 " 6 " 26 " - - - 3 CO ci ii 3 13 " - - 2 00 " " single paper ----- 13 3-Vo ore&il will be given foi subscriptions. Advertisihg 1st insertion - - per square $ 1 00 ' 2d and subsequent insertion " - - 50 11 Political cards each insertion - - 4 00 ' Announcement! Candidates per anno't 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sheriffs on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week per quarter S25 ; 5 square- changing 3 each week S30 ; 6 squares changing 4 each week $35. a it Jrilcompntc sn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 January 1845

Onininns of John Quincn Adams. The Washington correspondent of the Charleston Courier in.his letter of the 28th ulu gives the following as the subs'tanctf'of sojne conversations held with John Quincy Adams on.lhe sub- . ject of the results of the late election. The opinions f MrV Adams on all public matters are in! resting and more esptcially on matters of foreign policy. The letter wri- ter says "Mr. Adams is by no means reservtd in' making these opinions known. Tropic. --- - .'He "says that Texas will be brought into the Union !and that the British Government will simply prote-st against the art and avail herself of the example to cany 'into execution some of her own designs. .- - Thev will he says take possession of Guba- and we cannolcomplain of it after taking Texas. Great Britain he says will guaranty to Spain the same amount of reve- nue that she now receives from Cuba. As to Fiance he isays. that government cannot complain of tbe act for she "has taken possession of Algieis ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 January 1845

1 - .-vsiBi -ra- swwiscasS' ' The PolkA-Maijia it js said vill rage extensively hisvinter in New Yorjc. Tha J?o!I:a -the delicious "'mysterious faEcinaling lPolkc ! Every bods' ihy say 13 rarining wild with apaEsion for the Polka especially since the election." ;We see it slated that a pamphlet letter hue befn ad '-dressed to Mr Webster on the subject of emancipation The writer Mr. M. B. Simpson is said to be an officer "irrthe Bank of England. He proposes absolute Emanci- pation with compensation to theowners. - i--Tihe surplus in the United States Treasury is stattd at 86000000 after liquidating all the outstanding obliga- tions of Government. T-. " " The New York Sun siys counterfeit half dollars have been put in circulation within a few days. OBITUARY. -j)eparled this life on the 5th of January at abjut 5 o'clock in ihe evening Mr. ROBERT WALKER aged 48 years. . Mr. Walker was a native ot Tennessee and for many years re- bided in Shelby viile where he was familiarly known lie em...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 January 1845

&grpltg&i$&ni H.' vjy 3-- iUWi--- jDif' i ja HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. orrected iveelily far tlie Telegropb BY SHACKELFORD SAMPSON & CO. t ARTICLES. ALE & PORTER pr. bbl APPLES do BAGGING Dundee p. yd BALE ROPE per lb. Kentucky Bagging -Manilla - - - - -BREAD per lb. Pilot - Nav" ' BUTTER per lb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm CHEESE per lb. - - -COFFEE per lb. - -dDER per bbl. - - -C RN. per bushel - -COT JON per lb: - - -FLOUR now per bbl. t PISH per bbl. Mackerel. No. 1 - . -Herring per box - -Cod per box - - - -GLASS per box Wind w 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. - - - T LEAD per 100 lbs. Bar LIME per bbl. - - -LUMBER pop M fret. Boards yellow pine - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon NAILS 2d a 20d per lb. -OILS per gallon Linseed Sperm ------ POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS per bbl. Beef No. 1 - - - - cargo - - - - Pork mess - - - - cargo - - - Bacon hams...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 January 1845

i "f :"2C . i Tr.g...-.irjCAtt;KJcargngarEkUji8mjiiiKx.-.s-ny ii.wr -wi 'trii.aauL'jaaaaiMainnBiiM Ji-ujm. ca - - TjEIiEJyiS' $5 ita advasace. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end of She yeas 5JHL1WBW" - tr BY CatJGER & MOORE. irwr J" uiiii.iiiu-"ii PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE TERMS. Su3sg:iiptio.v per 12 months or 52 numbers - $5 00 " .? ' ' G " 26 " - - - 3 CO """" " 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 " " single paper ----- 13 g3-A0 creliL will be given for subscriptions. Advertising 1st insertion - - per square S 1 00 " 2d and subsequent inserlion " - - 50 " Poliii:al cards each inserlion - - 4 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per anno't 10 00 A discount of 10 percent on the above rales will be made to .sheriff? on all legal notices. Persjns desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of rhaicrinT o smiares each week per Quarter S25; 5 squares changing 3 each week -30 ; G squares changing 4 each week $35. . . . All advertisements ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 January 1845

-&&' '3(?!irf a-" BW 3Ettb 1st. That the people of Texas bavin? at different times heretofore clearly and emphatically expressed to the peo- ple of the United States a desire for a political annexation to their confederacy there can exist no doubt that if the hand of fellowship should now be extended to us on ea- quel and honorable terras it would be promptly and cor- dially accepted ; but in view of the repeated efforts 'which have been made by us to consummate this measure and the results which have followed it now behooves us as a Nation mindful of our dignity ! to v.rge the question no farther; but distinctly to make it known to the people of the United Stales who have a far greater interest at stake upon its final issue than ice can have that the mea- sure is one altogether acceptable to us upon equal terms but for which Texians ought not lo beg. 2nd. That while we are fully sensible of the great advantages of a political union wi'h the United States from which many of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 January 1845

&&F mrmPSW ' a" k&&&' Wnew - i K - clares tbat we can ask no more and requires us to" meet Mexico upon equal terms. Mexico comes forward and states that she desires an Arbiter and we select one of the Potentates of Europe. For instance the King of Prussia. Her commissioners and outsneet before him. A ques- tion arises relative to our boundaries as it arose before our Commissioners at Sabinas. We claim to the Rio Grande; she declares that we are entitled to the old limits of Texas proper. The King of Prussia asks us to furnish evidence that we have possession of the portions of Tamulipas Coahuila Chihuahua and Santa Fe East of the Rio Grande j and asks if we have exercised jurisdiction in those Districts. Can we furnish such evidence? On the contrary what are the evidences that Mexico will ad- duce? Cm she not refer to the speeches of Mr. Benton and other eminent statesmen of the United Stales to sus- tain her claim to that Territory ? These evidences and the know...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 January 1845

ifltiiw wcji- j -JV-'tiSjgilftBS"' IIIRPipapapnMCMMK.'' " lli'WC-?" - - -r-. 'i-.X K?;'T.-.tV-iTtefi.-arrtM-ii-MVWg- f WftJ v tifar.::vr!W..iim HOTOSTON PRICES'. CURRENT drrected -weekly for tlie Telegrapli. BY SHACKELFORD SAMPSON & CO. ARTICLES. ALE & PORTER pr. bbl APPLES " do BAGGING Dundee p. yd BALE ROPE per lb. Kentucky Bagging - Manilla BREAD per lb. Pilot - Navv BUTTER per lb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm CHEESE per lb. - - -COFFEE per lb. - -CIDER per bbl. - - -CORN per bushel - -COT ION per lb: - - -FLOUR new per bbl. -FISH per bbl. Mackerel No. 1 - . -Herring per box - -Cod per box - - - -GL4.S3 per box Wind w 8 by 10 - - 10 by 12 - - FFFG GUN POWDER per keg. Rifle; canister - - - -IRON per ion - - -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 2d a 20d per lb. -OILS per gallon Linseed Sperm POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS per bbl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 January 1845

; - rr - : . rf - 7 4 n j K BY CRUGEEfe MO0&E. S r PUBLISHED BY CRUGER fclOUE' atb. - TJEfifcMS Subscription per 12 months of -52 numbers $5 00 3 00 -2 Ao 13 " " single nane SrlVo oredil will be given for subscription . - Advertising 1st insertion - - jtecsguare ' 2d and subsequent insertion " - " PolM-ial cards each insertion - 1 00 50 4 00 " Announcement ol Caudidatesper anno 10 00 . A discount of liper cent on the above rateswill be -made to sheriffi on all legal notices. Persons doskoos of adveriisins by the quarter can do so on the Following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of changrag is squares eacll week per quarter S ; & squares jchanrgini? 3 each week $30 ; 6 squares -changing 4 each -week S35. All advertisements sentAvithoul written instructions Trill un- less soon jr forbid be tnsarted-fci-anonths and-chargedaceor.-ingly. " No personal advertisements 'will be inserted upon anyterms. No -credit iciUte given lb any tranMeuLadvcrtier under any circumstances. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 January 1845

i-H 9 under the restainlngmolal influence of'lBeUrutecl'StSfe? and others-powers mutually frlendlyi has'.oraitlea1 for more ."than two years to sead.an invading force or n predatory -party into ihe country. .The President trusts that this cause -and these influences will continue to prevent Mexi- co frotnsetting on footfbny such invasions or any preda tory expeditions againsHEexas. But Mexico inay aCany momentiassutnea drlfeent attitude from that which she at presenFmaintains. The intelligence received from thai country is that thet 'government of Gen. Santa Anna has been overthrown and another installed in its placp. The main reason assigned is the same as was given by Santa Anna himself in sub- verting the government of Bustamente that the govern- ment of that chieftain had not pursued with -sufficient vig- or the war against Texas. If this information be correct as there can be little doubt it is it indicates a strong dispo- sition on the part of the people of Mexico to renew the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 January 1845

-- -mm!!m IpJ ry; ti iJlUjlit JMMQpy m 5ij ".. m m FIN N strata of England. The lignite also (buna in many sections of Texas is quite similar to the lignite of Eu- rope or the Bovey Coal. Beds of this lignite are found nearthe crossing ofthe Presidio road on the Rio Grande.on the Colorado near Bastrop on thaYagua near Washing tonon the Little Brazos on iheTrinity near Cincinnati; on the Nueces on the.Sabine and it isnot improbable that other beds extend quite through Louisiana Alabama Georgia and connect with similar beds found near Tusca loosa in west Florida. This lignite is ofliuJe value for fuel. r Runaway Negroes captured." We learn from the la Grange Intelligencer that seventeejn ofthe Shvesyho 'lately eloped from Bastrop were captured on the Guade- loupe on the 3rd insL above Seguio by Mr &'McCul- lough Sheriffof Gonzales county. Seven or eight Slaves are still missing and it is feared they have escaped lo the Mexican settlements on the Rio Grande. Much credit is due to M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 January 1845

V - s - ; "A . -"1 7? H 0 U Sa'-O K PvRiLG E S PUEREKT . omcteil swecJtly Tor tlio. VcIegrapU- BY SHACKELFORD .SAMPSON CO. ac v v prTRsyEregjgj1 -I- QE Subscribers have have in STORE the following well selec ARTIGLES. ALE & RORTEli.pr. bbl APPLES! do BAGGING Dundee p. yd BALE ROPE per lb. " Kentucky Bagging -Manilla - - - - -BREAD pec-lb. Pilot -Navy - - - - - . -BUTTER per lb. HANDLES perlb. Sperm JE1EESE .per lb. - -COFFEE per lb. - - CIDER per bbl. - - -CORN per bushel - -COTTON per lb: - - - FLOUR new per bbl -FISH per bbl. Mackerel No. 1 - . -Herring per box - -Cod per box - - - -JLASS per box Wind w 8 bv 10 - - 10-by 12 - - FFFG GUN POWDER per keg. ' Rifle canister - . - -IRON per ton - - -Sweeds - - - - - English - American rolled - - do ha'mraored - -LARD per lb. - - - -LEAD per 100 lbs. Bar LIME per bbl. - - - -LUMBER-per M feet Boards yellow pine - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon NAILS 2d a 20d per lb. -OILS per gallon Linseed Sperm ------ POTATOES per bbl. PROVISIONS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 January 1845

--r r ilpirf " or1' J - & mUdKia TOHfie 'JPJBMitj7Jm5 ga advance. 2 JPisbHshea Weekly. of $7 at the end o the yeai fe . -""TlfcMtijlii I. - ww&wwl&ww a star masii " ' t"-' ''"WI1 IUI ""'milium i i '" .11 ft! jl mi I i ! .. -... i i iin-i-rnrnrm in n mi BY CRUG-ER & MOOEE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE TES1HS. Subscsiption per 12 months orJ2 mrnhers - S5 00 " " 6 " 26 " - - - 3 00 " " 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 " " single paper ----- 13 IJTiVo credit will be given for subscriptions. Advertising 1st insertion - - per square $ 1 00 ' 2d and subsequent insertion " - - 50 " Political cards each insertion - 4 00 " Announcement ol Candidates' per anno1! 10 00 A'discount of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sheriff- on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the folio wing terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week per quarter $25 ; 5 squares changing 3 each -week $30 ; G squares changing 4 each week $...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 January 1845

- -a - s irr th&mellia. It is best performed In the early'" spring-nhen ih'e bark first separates freely from the wood. This operation has however the disa'd vantage of wound- ing a branch severely; and if performed enxtensively upon a tree iris very apt if not to killit;1li least to ren- der it incurably unhealthy ; for if theTings re not suffi- ciently wide to cut oft nlLcommunicatiori between the up- per and lower lips of the wound ibey produce little effect and if they lare they are difficult to heal. For these rea -sons the operation is hut little employed other means be.- ing used instead. By some persons ligatures are made use of and they would be preferable if-they answered the purpose of "obstructing the sap to thesame extent as the abstraction of a ring of bark. In Malta one of the sub- jects of ranging that of advancing the maturation of the fruit is practised upon the ' zinzibey orjujude tree by merely fixing in ihe Jbfk of a branch u very heavy stone "made fast with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 January 1845

v. r predations entirely lo the trading routes between Bexar vlnd the towns below the Presidio and' above 'Laredo. He has not attempted to interrupt the traders who visit Corpus GhristK Advice to Planters. The' New York Tribune advises the Southern planters lo change their articles of culture. He says "They will raise too much cotton more than the world will take of them at fair prices and snd so the market droops and their Industry is poorly re- garded. If they will just avail themselves of their natu- ral advantages to enter skilfully and vigorously upon the cultivation of the Grape the Mulbem etc. manufacture at least their own plain fabrics and grow their own Pro- visions they would do infinitely better. They can grow Wool on their mountains pasturing their sheep high up tin Summer and bringing them lower and lower in Fall and Winter cheaper than it can be produced in any oth- er part of the Union:" It appears from the above that the editor of the Tribune knows little about the ...

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