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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 June 1844

«watásKgsS m weimt thsr 0fc tier people alerte- «an dis- *(«di w *r«tU| in te that« «orno othjr day MtyMh (Nisinut touch *be fast; of wWeb4 is sufBoi.nt forduf pur- «líwteiVtó t wiih bar muthoriiioi iud people for the ÍlJíÍ>ÜlálW. vJkí'¿/ Ü .-A blu«l ll i lUv .fcV/Uíyjr'TI*; OJ vi, - The official opinion. of.C,. J. I^ítíMiaU ít"(ártd I ¿ta prouj jfBucV^úiÍ]¡f>ntji) "Toé constitution of ibe U. 'Su' conifera, absolutely, on the gtMrerfiuienHrfaha . Union, the power of making waneod of miÉbkg treaties. Corisedaenily that gbvernmdnt rb6siftb§e8 th£'#i] war jtác^ifyig 'territory either by., ¿¿aquest, M^kico.fj[?plarcv(]hqi WdepeniJpW*i# August *8%l, weta nocogwaed by the U. S. in 1822, and' although she viras not recognised an independent by Spain until 1887, at far baokas 1825 Mr. Clay,uMih ©wdf«ar#.of fitáté,1 pdfítfáhtUó his own views and by direction of ¡ President J. Q* A&difs, ínátructed iMr. Poinsett, then1 • miuister tcMexico, to open negotiations for ihfe 63 (¡Thfeaeip...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 June 1844

^'Ofhli li ÉM'Wi1*** • rondar the vor, and IBH en to the cleaning andRepairingof) hains. Engravin ' Ixi <:«J t.Krii'iiiiiirt ¡n i.'i'W1*1 'Hf li ..i -.niiL DIED.—In tfau Hhpekl tal, Mr. í^ tX(r ^n® ived bar* qp <"• P°' O TiMV.lAtJ W jvit OPBHU Jewelry, Silver Ware inanlvO wbVí otment or ¿mfy'i GoodeibS" f rui .dss-«r " ff rof.Mr y I'«im _ , 8hell ¿híilotirjjom Almo TSu rftipe Bayou u JJawentealJ ta aeareb waa in Man wibo want tian.itwju Cullery, Sü> day before,. 4,i ot returning waafeund taiftieei genite< M purpose. Upon examiua- urtment'o'eafch:* of the opin* rVftfon of tíieir Tww mM""11 b l>o« «on " vitT 'Mi' i'li.iff'itl'il ,|1 • mil '.itrt arWri PortCeVétró " '.h TórfJ i W. Qrfoana, (tad, a lopg iuituedia^nei arid trill communion- iy ¿o.receiv or to v*lPSMhW i em ) i. >ui) i: Heavail* hitnáeirorth¡«tofeati *WdbnVéfto Mr; Jotetfra- ■**wl nwur«áWi//of the re«~t a d duttinguialiod cuusidfcriiion bo haathe Tion«>Tá Wpain, A ¡otter Mm Peniaaola given ilia followi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 22 June 1844

■4l¡ O i BriKsTciRT: 7! -)i "'i ■ ■ ■ ■«: 1 ■•■■ "H 1111,gx ' PUBLISHED EABIÚr WEONKSUA.Y AND SATtlfeDA*. -i 4 f At |W Peranum payable witbin,*ix tqooth* after the time of i.iibscribing—or;$ 10 ^t .the end «r tbe year. Alao.-ppblifhed weekly,ror the country, al 95 per annum payable in advanes. ADVERTISING—One square, one dollar rb'r lhe flrat iníér- ion,' each subsequent ¡nRertlun fifty centn. Eight lines make 4 xqoare. AcfoartiaamenU inaerted once a week $1 per «quare fyf each insorliotvi «■ , UX All lettera on business of the office must be post, paid or they will not be taken ont of the post office. CARDS—of steamboat and otner passenger, and announce- ments of candidates for office, are considered and charged as ad*- yertisements. [CPAIarrlnga and obituary notices of more than three lines in loiigtH are charged asUtlvurtisipeim. *'* —M' iv: ■■■*** ■ ■ • GALYBSTQN.;8ATUEDA¥, AV .VjTtTT SpÁÍYV JX/Nfi lV, 481Í. We are without news óf interest frorti the interior, excelling that the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 22 June 1844

Y, JUNE Sí. 1844. ¡a • . * ; • BE l i By ¿ha treaty recently enteieJ Into with the Ger- manic Union the United States have allpulated For the introduction of some of the, principal exports of that country into the states of the German Confederation at greatly reduced or merely nominal duties, agree- ing in return to roceive certain German goods on terms equally favorable. For instance, the U. State* have agreed to receive linens, silks, merinos and plate glass, manufactured in the states of the League, at 1$ per éent. duty, while the duties on these articles, when introduced from England, range from 30 to 40 pqr cent; and German hosiery is admitted at 20 per cent., while 30 is charged upon English. The U. States having thus furnished an example of ¿Iscriitiinating duties, in order to protest her own in- terests, and affect the policy of other states to her advantage, no objection can arise from that quarter to • Motilar conree on the part of Texas. Iav«peaklfig of the treaty named a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 22 June 1844

nv, • % SlÉ ¿o seebow • people live!" Anc^ trujiy enpugh, ery class nay find rfut by this process bow every "furnish**, which is a cpnaiderablé feature of living, and it is wonderful with rhow ljule ceremony and re- luctance the household gods are stripped to the gate of a public invited iu by the red flag of'un auction It U possibly a very natural feature, of a né<v couh- try to bave no respect for furniture. *Büt;to oiir no- tion, it comes (jlose after '"Honor thy-fattier and mo- ther," to bonor'the chairs aitd labile,* at vihich they have eaten and- pi ayed, counselled and blesoéd. And even this, weré- eaeiei got ovei—-the selling of the mere mahogany and damask—if the articles were re moved to a shop, aijd dissociated from the places tbey had become hallowed. But to throw open their sa- cred boudoiis, more sacred bed-rooma, breakfast- room^ bath-rooms, iu which (as has been the case once or twice lately) lovely and cherished womem have lived, end a d been petted and secluded ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 22 June 1844

time, so ■■ to give effect to what hois my V met him on C end multitude t«h? inn, at • business hour, V h nange, at I of the city g. Not long ago I i all the commorea era together, and you could scarcely fellow fixed hi* eye on me, there Galling off without recognition, collapse in the former. That i , an export of $5,I 000 specui draws in #40.000,000 of paper from circtil* The price of quicksilver haa the same effect in Dishing the quantity of |be precious metala pro- duced. The chief source for a supply of quicksilver •ro the «hoes of Almbdan, iu Spain, which are a mon^oly in the hands of Messrs. Rothschild, ut whose bidding the stream of the precious metals fiow- ingfróm the mines swells or collapses. Owing to the stiong affinity which quicksilver ha* lo gold and silver, it is almost indispensable in collect* lag the particles of tbese metals from their orea. When the ore uf either metal has been pulverized and ibrmtod wiihquick#ilrer, it gathers up all the grains of the metals i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 29 June 1844

'■"11 ■ w£. BY H. STUART GALVESTON, ¡SATUR. - -PUBLISHED BABRK WEDNESDAY AND SATUROAT. At $>d per auiim payable within *ix months after the time of subscribing—or l(ll) at the end of the year, Also, published v^t>kly,for the country, at $5 per annum payable in advanes. ADVERTISING—One square, one dollar Tor the first in<er- ion, each subsequent insertion fifty cent*. Eight Imea make- a square. Ad\ ertiaemeuU inserted once a week $ I por square for each insertion. UJ* All letters on business of the office must be pSst paid or they will hot be taken out of the post office. CARDS—nf steamboat and other passenger, and announce- ments of candidate for office, fire considered and eharged as ad- vertisements. - ' BZTMurriage and obituary notices of more than three lines in length are charged as advertisroenh. WEDNESDAY. JUNÉ 86, 1844. Accounts from the interioi still represent the pros- pects of the crops as highly promising. The Corn crop is regarded as safe, and is a very full o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 29 June 1844

i SAT A V«MUW>, M AY. JUNE 29. 1844. adopti* issue of Exchequer revenues of tile .1 m * i L- i . ,i r...,. ' - jn the place of the aucien tonas thathad tbu been tion-of Gen. Btnleson or im beat and «oat diBorieU ^ women who #in, p08#e„e¿ 80in6 friends to make the election an iaaue between hup*"' fortane. preferred an alliance vvitb tli " roper and neceaaaiy for the , ia to atop the further A large proportion of the nmetil for the present year baa been collected in apefeie, aud we are perfectly ceitoin of the entire practicability of collecting the whole a mount in such funda, provided the atterap ia nihde. It ia a matter bf no consequence to thosd who pay Ju> ties, whether they 4o an in specie or exchequers, so Ipng as. the sam*1 amount of valuáis,, required in ei- ther. ,-Our objéctiona to continuing the further °f exchequers are these: • lst¿ The difficulty, or rather imposible y °f g'vl"g to them an equal value throughout,Ae country. Wi have, known them to be taken v Par 'n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 29 June 1844

■ ■ . ■ ■ I ■ . :r. „ Ihe whole lioow and «tolerable -number of academician*. • machera, and^jrolessors; and In aeveral building* in üie rear dwell, besidaTmany namule*s and ohseure peonle, suverul '"<M"raa !l colonel*, some retired generals, an Arméniun priest, and * wman mi mater.—All Petersburg around it might have perished, and the inmate* er ll.ii home e >uld «lili have lot mud a ci>nipl te political community, in which every rank, from ilia uhiei consul to the lovflht iintor, would have been represented When aueh a building 1* burned, two hundred houae* become bankrupt at once. To have to aeek a family in such a house is a trial of patience not to be equalled. If you ask a hutsohnik (a policeman stationed in the street) at one end, about Ai adftre«, he assures you that hia knowledge extends no further than the corner of the hou.o next to hitu, and that ha knows nothing whatever of the other aide. In these building* there,are dwel- lings so remote, that all who live un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 29 June 1844

ml W-S: 5? > , i i Bf é:* Si?; 'lie anouul ropón ol'iSé lull of interesting etatis- ítJkv items, y of wbem grown in „„ íenfn that Ohio pro- )O,0OO bihhels,—Now York and come next, having produced over 12, ) bushel each. Virginia, Indiana and Ten- neaeee follow in the order we have named them. In oai0, New York takos the lead, followed in order Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginian, Indiana and II- inois. > ' In corn, Tennessee stands first followed in order f Kentucky, Virginia, Ohio, Iudiana, Illinois, North arolina and Missouri. In tobacco, Kentucky u ahead, by a long di *'"00 next comes Tennessee, tlien Virginia, ,V<«ryland, Missouri and North Carolina, in the oi** r wo have niuned them. Let us como now-to more products, in which our own Slate looms W * standing first in the production ol sugar* B"d °"'y third in cotton. There wore grown 'he United States last year 747,660,090 poupJ" cotton. Of this quantity Virginia proceed 353,956 pounds; North Carolina 46,734,27ft South Carol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 July 1844

ri hi bijusxprt. ' ' i ®'"' iA: ' "m-y " V"' i oili iFmfw '•• ^.fon Vo} ri^lTTTen'O bm: mr-ii'jL, - .1 vviiuj. — . ; .ii ;iTga? = "l .yil'inm- A* 1! HoAf I Slip (É# an 'tftyi the X HJBÚ8HKD KA*[ir At *8 per ánuia ¡bri. h ti by¿Í, Á ti rit i tiab l , •í¡PSá¡ W® , .ifeM wrM i 1 n i'i K.j'fti «:ir .'hil".I!i Ml.imlw WEDNESDAY.. d*JÍ*Y «¿ If* Wi I #|fíw ' w « í >■ MIH < arrived off thia porl aii Suoday eveniug from Vera % PétíSaco|tl. T! e Somi <mh l >inga Uto intelligence from Vera Cruz, fron • MfaÑkii ,á^J. iW-o i . The vomito prevail* ;o *,ver*'>cowidet Méi Jiieut ; Vrí t>i . ifil.i] •>•• .r'.-f J-j¿0 n9i(!H 'al no, ,. > .«A , ! al ^ .Mty* 1 *l4 # ^,Vb jMfltytm « W?ne «® í* uponthe tfttfoW i)¿; I he/asile, though a deposition p-fl >t i: l>-<it |al • <! ¿rr. i c. ./% i-i.;-" • i -lili il> ''o "' J t seemed manifest to conceal its extent. A. .ppP""*1' frigate in the harbor had lost her commander, ■,bvwT ¿i- ,•■ ..sjtvi.t nunl üj'i¡ííJ ,■ , 1. ■■,;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 July 1844

JULY 6, 1844; ueis at the Custom ' <1*11 i' i/i o;Jl ■bedw ,t/op«> ei!( )F,ní tu!) M <•"*<•' l«i*. tbovqa Uul " luii'l ó!l|i <t . ii '.l, it* ,/f.i • íiltl '.i'« Ülivi-.tiWOill .«dtl. ¿tl«tif tüfjwfoffif of tfWR, « .!?• State# ase socoeiiedi$to*y Ib«t wa can derivado satisfactory evncluaioa han than .' <* mííj • A.i ñ «..ii l".t 'r.rtf's! -•)'• 1 JO ' ■■•• 1'tK"! ' Oljtil • Mr.M^utte * resolutionsforiba"annexation af táltoUit. wmrü'ifyiffii I aiuj'-i '>v^'. *j'Ii ujiitw ri!V> 6'fiy H ' om': ymiOMilw . $$$*$I IaÓ^p^Mjíi^WMtebwitd.ín e^ivw^n wilt the evadíéereauMÁeti Th¿ recitation of aii ade, reading bf the Dée|Mlltott; atld ttíé delíVííryíbfáO add Mié, *m¡t « PíflWItflr'^bjWflW M>e Tpluntenr *om- ipaoiea. pireded, and partook of ediiiqerjüwuh the custoitoárV aMdMp«n¡M«üfs *f taafls; Speeúbes, &*.*- bfua than a sligbt a|.teropV>y*p«?ech and tnfst, to-make, a iitlle boneatpblitiaal capita! fot airaofeui'tiomeifiie.paitlM; a-tbisg so common on be worth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 July 1844

ugfe't kwtve*, 9rcu atetobo putinto bags, M yi ■ ■ I i i': M '•'m M ■ I.«' ■ •fe H hydrollc preen. oáiin-into the for . p 0iL i he pieces thu* abtai subjected lo J tbe> action of < but watür, Ur steam, hi * piestju'uüi (t fortyhko hard enough lo be trianÜfeé- tured into caodKis, W 'Kkl other' put poses to v^ittW'lt imiV^e díiijiród' tt) átíptyi . 4b action^# water, or of a team, ra to |ila£e the bags containing tbe eteáriue i[i of- (^eaf.^M jwhHjhf be^^ed water, or steam, may'be introduced; but not to such extent and igoderata pressure made miion tbemj'tha mateial If fr^,l>ÍA3i¿ £utt_ '¿i.-LJAjlali "','lttdde'IfiJittti "tbemj'lbe matvial «ÍL *Aé **&**£ ,r , isa vwb like consistency, such I ain awaie..j4utV#koM h*a>W«u edf'>rlbe pur- pose ofaeptanMÍeg'itJainerHttd'stesfine from aaah other in analyúq lj|Gb4<9¡ftlty; ¡bví íbe )«4iqí P^ar fatty #W ^^WWllNR' ,W'W«> been dia¡ ulvíid ub« heatediia.lebol, and the whole has .wol,together; this p«o w be altogether ina...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 July 1844

iW# Monday last, menace TnTfrTTfT r«cuiv<j. aftec the tiger (Mr. wpooSauU/iAkiui of Mr.T. waa decidedly friendly— mrecev bat (here waa nothing Hke « 1, If ' 'jjbé; '¡Nfty. £fr- W wwntgnHMfc papera.. We uuderataud, indeed, fio ,authority on which wo üláée evvry reliance, that if ihe treaty had been ratified by, tiw Senate, not a word of objection woo Id ))afe beeu ailid by Mexico, bat that the boundary would bave been amicably s¿jiu|ed, and a moat aat- idfactory airaagemaot made in' rugaidto the Pacific boundary,'Ac.1 The "goldeu moment may not have boon absolutely loot, bulk vvill require great firmness •u tbe part of our people in public manifest atfdhi of tl}éir attachment to Texaa, to defeat the design of u. ,, Wji dt^re not lift the curtain troth the of which, we ar assured-—jjiuit we are in: ' o#ioeing Texaa ' by moans of a treaty with Great Britain, thuu the people under- 1 Mil l AL'.! liK-íli.TAHví !íJM'i?,Ty íívi ' The-latter which follows/is taken from the Peon* Jra inat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 July 1844

[ ?jKií ua ?-avjTiTTÍíiivv hWjuii jUj ifíiH a:ij,iii)[ip3B ■>UIH m "H Sll(ieT Immii iq Ullj Hi H.H.Pmi.lf .,a íhhjwI ■■IfcrtJwH' 'STUAftT'; ' «"J"i t.iüUM it 'iuc ■H' íi, Hf- tnt _ íjiI i )u < iWíw 1 Mis® 1 ■;f "r. «wtakMlüMTW cAftV GKUMNtftMfte _,. ¡0(1, each subsequent insertion a das «*?®*; -« . ■ I - *3*-állil«l.r« «nbiuimmt oltyie oAoemi*! ; peetpaidoi ilieflr«tin eíi wff.nMM n*t> M'mstmtJif Itlvfllwvo tigl]«97f|1 m nuil NI tfwn., .triHiffiñ .>* • ¡''«jifiji'jy ««i edí bstobiaulu ¿mlri a aw ftojttciaU feO£| I «itínnai ''/"'IifiPKOkw^ásfc' twed «'i -I iit|3 [; aXbt£il«ÜJ>é AMO •OIBOVJL4R8 h OtíOte -;.ca 4taM)ffrt#M'otr j .«• ■ 1 U SIN S3, ADDRESS, AND INVITATFON C AflU S ; PftAY UKOEIVfB, «.ABKCSi'PAMr 1.'^i« erftadvssMk ñti r/ifu íj7na« l¿ jtjfj OÍ. u 'ít &tll «a i- I o ti r Blanks; ¡n 6¡ú/sM (¡i ! *¥■ 3%ca>m¿toa T8í*W¡i*««v" PW'VÍIR iHMttl til i; - ,1 í! ! u '■ :31 1 lílfi ■/liítít l.UliW JJUlf iani I''i i !K ■ Ijiii. h 1 rinn £M*M tifrjjutim m eem m ^« •...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 July 1844

£ r í í.'jf Other •to- ll fertile ttsgfame of tbd£outip.-~- p'ltnJeedf danger of >spch «magnitude I that e^"SWy 8p¡mi«b American ougbtto-fight ~ Anilla., ■ ^ pBMfHMiBPjpM unto death against this'ferocious sect of >AUiUse< who would bo worthy rinals ofthe C*rtbs • andi Ira- íWbet ÜÍ Republic. hiefMagi eader whom acquan apon the Men atrical farces in the United bicb eith 3 banditti, as ions. . Xh ust rea. B vetaaries,^ i caustic-threats U qMM bul tos ÉpttBéfreOTkW'ieW1 weírpisoista*d to rfbjrU*>epl¿*e aoS bnopiahle fulfilment; as; ífl*p\35l poak oP'súób' á ebuise_bfl'ewe ts <« «he uine-jing m V> dft K flWMWe tO ^A %iftfldt WeirfumiUw wd-p'Oflytf wtbpnMiyt nxactioóron ihe.laWeJU the sbapa, qf, export dime.. After otbpi clauses, flonduM VP lo of tbeUreatjr wemigbt.bppetbat; ern«ne«t,.oi Bngland jfiwuty b*pue,«f t|ie lújra aod bquorahl.n Inlf t$éatbWWitttt¥ T %tatiidV''Théiepkifc ofutbe present | tbrophy a* when intll^9.ab«(}w*.i agé' pi'operiy "'tipétíkwig^ib commercia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 July 1844

m I I: Ci|.t. CJilen R«M^A4rp« will <<fc)«int%fcU fnoin tba ib&t dTTHWf" val at Washmgi^, ÍWftWSl* < WS " ■ —'"■* - n«i u<^ tí/. Fon the StGTiBHI. éii* ef Msntk th hoard of hia arri- ■9 be bwfcrti"'^ .OA tfrjfcfrhutfl W^uiikikM .wi^tO«lIl . «Nhi«rd. *¡ ttaj Wp mmmmfc with drawings of three has had them tniravi " taina in matad to be (Vom 160 gravity of icé ia ao little abo of which ihU berg was ooi " deed. -The eatimate ia tha «urraca. a steamahip under .•*§* 0*11 'II 1 Intemperance end Hntb**' going the rounds;— A poor fellow ,"who had si ' J# '" | Ikm ?* * m •a- waa ssti* ebowera ob'the *ff*WX tyupepa^ N^-serious damage 'w UUJWMMW- %t\ ... . .MV<Í W^Í fertt.JrtWtt'tvl, .t'H.'rÑ, - „„ I certain grocery, .W^lWWU^RWfi^rpu Obrlfti thai a party of 35 chan ge, isked the «TW since ¡¡J"* CpUtfliw*, we haa^fdéyt^llf jbftlrdfrOí^Ab^iwiiM 1,'lie first ¡and who he bad koown' time (hey atarted Worses1,' «bul were iV.wrHhl/iibay.aMftPMMidcjWt, «UiMngtaw.ey *„jiu4(- four q(i(i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 July 1844

1 ' .«i =s A M lar from .¿'¿«Wíatebu -J • RÚO? ? .■JLmyjflm, , n r wwbpj unpm«r*u><>- >*boaldt|«WM^^^ *? Publ,c £' yin) 10f u-j-ia of ¿root advantage to tbaau - Wo 1 iavoraMy toJlaaaa, M«llw iwyoiwlou «yeavcyed t>jr., WHfH *«* ^L% by lhp puMOWP wto have recently arifawd taereWihatour pop. alatioa ^ J&Hta ¿Lacce uton «f man|bundreds, perkáps some 1 i«UT!/<'J tiow«v«r inoredalofji wf^ryotf o lMin Mionof^«MUi«I hf .W* •v«r(&¿>'WjfroU"Aftbo eouotry from Jio Injury resulting propog.iing the imprtWWO! 5#Í1$Í1 «$8?"ttf of such an «Vént. wOhave el ways dee mad it a duty to give allibeioíoripauo «ó^hTnM' jtb« firmÉ r<MpMt«kW> WureM. ««Joich bé* ftém ido Canalla , President U imtri of the Republic of decree the convocation bf (be national f MfioüIbrtb* ta Juna next. in order tuf4# oetlfnf the sonstitulional President r that ha nuy enter on the dischargeafjiia increase the '."¿nd to ríifflfiü tea*tfoittiini'thetMmf -j IT. 3. To grant alio power, to the Govern...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 July 1844

4. i "if I i .aiir itft ksu v I'JIS.Vj í J£ ia BÉSW :£ ■:■ GALVESTON. SATWAY, jj it' wbdWhumt amó aifvBb«(. ' V «ml upon the subject of thearat xif Government, b* F«n m«hw'|wI ■v > lo',y**lS 4*'man U« sAerthe tin* of ,.. i..-. ..j.u .1 tt> hut wa infer rlrel that e ''/fovEKTtáíNli (on. eaoh sub* q limit in ■> Jth*y« WuVttét' ba "wlwn -ohi-fr CARDS—of «mambont and owet ; a\ #° c^Nuum pnyahle 111 ndvnncs. Ó|ie what lor lira H'rst Winer- ISIlfil^n An Id It'inUl li k/k.i mul/i> ■ ' . vit.-i. Eight lineo make a ujfiíjrte K\ tt pur^uare must bs post paid or W. ' ' 1 ~ „„„.,A'aw. and snnnnnee- meiiLaprcaiididHteífuriOWce. are o N and uUargad a *d. TjAl arria He ánd óWftiary nariceao! tliree tima in ci.y^au ai ad^'rtisiiHintv 8 I ♦-H'f .-Ill i I i-n jvuf "\844_ and upoii the subject of the seat tif Government, he not only coincides with the present Executive, but stands J i reedy opposed to some presses and politi- cians who. yvhile they have been most unqualified in his support...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 July 1844

¡c f: (ap extract frctm • tbe mular of Mr. John Bradley, a candidate for i,he Senate alike Bastrop District. ti would tfear a favorable* com- parisjfi, both for atyle and sentiment; with some simitar document* put forth ip this county' list ypat. It may not be amiss to state that the publication from which we copy was made ineober good faith, and that; the candidate will "serve if elected.** ■ ■ The - re- mainder of ibe:doeumeot is equally liebL '• "The existing distracted atate of politics and in- terests in Texaa, isa cause of serjaus misgiving' to eypry lover of t)is¿roung country's destiny. Am} I wiN here take occasion to temark, that so far aa the recent War, Peace, Archives, Seat of Government, French. Edglish, Mexican, United Statea Annexa- tion,Indian and Secret Policy of the Executive has manifested itself, I entirely disagree with bis measures, i'"úi" it.... , . Í have peyer believed in the capacity, of pur country leíble sickness has prevailed tn this city for to be snuff...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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