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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 November 1845

rrfm- Jfi. - li ujj wws& TjB&ffJ&- jit advance. x Published Weekly or 7 at the eitd ol i&e year i "-Jf--- 4 If W'CR CJGBR & MOOEE. PUBLISHED BT CRUGER & MOORE " Subscription per 12 months or 52 numbeis- $5 00 ' C " ' "26 x - - - 3 00 - " "3 " 13 " v--t 2 00 " ! 5ng'e papery - - - - - 13 jyoiredil will be given for subscriptions. Advertising lr insertion.-- per square "S 1 00 " 2nand iuBsejqucntinsertiqn " - -j 50 " " Ppliricarca"rdsf each insertion - - 4 00T Announcement of CandidatesperannoM 10 00 Adiscpunt of.0 per centon the above rates will be made to sheriffs "on all legal notices. j jf Persons desirous of advertising by thcr-qifarter can dp so on tne following terms:"1 Per 4 squares with the privilege of 'changing 2 squares each week per quarter' $iHr; 5 squares J changing 3 each week 30; fa&quares changing 4 each weelf " S3o. All advertisements sent without written instructions vill un- less sooner forbid be inserted ms months and charged accord in...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 November 1845

-r333SCO 30 c'ut bii ihcrame r'ewwjdofrrp ch ' -!j my 2" -- m a " TgHfC wetiflrom tbe first periodpf his residence -in ibe aWfTjjTflud canTesufy to his great usefulness and to the NRirptsal respect paid to his exemplary character and to jxamiuble and pious famHy. He Dffordsa striking illus- tratfon-at the superior influence of salutary example of TOila nhdjconcilliatorv manners of real benevolence of he5?i7and-ofearwBR and persuasive eloquence. Ng. "TE2ASr-The Rev. Mr. Blair ofVictoiiarTexas. has 4&penfcWMr three days In ihisiiyr-trtliTirom him we are t?ngjjtQ.learn thatjiMtefigious point of view the pros- 'ec't'isencouMging that the general character of the pdpleisnot of that rude and lawless violent cast that rftriy suppose but peaceable and orderly and well dis- posed and prepared not only to receive the Gospel but to afd in its extension that even thenaiiveMexicans though JtfofessedjCalholics are inclined to listen to the truth -atid-some of them are procurring Bibles anil o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 November 1845

fe JT r towardly miscreants cud do Jittle barta if our frontier setilerp nrc kept well on their guard. Georgia. Senator The Hon. John McPherson Berrien resigned his seat in irtoJSenate of the United ' Station ihf 7tjyn3t. in consequence ofvlhe clamor raised agninstliinrforhis opposition' to Annexation. Im- -iuedi.iu.iy afierbis resignation was received a nsoiution "was adopled'io both Houses of the Legislature to go into atelection on a certain day. When this resolution was - returned from the lower House for the signature of tht - President of the Senate he refused to sign if; and as he was supported by a majority of the Senate no election was held It is considered doubtful wrjeiher any election will jtf -Hp HhIiI for aSinaionficfifill this vacancy this vear. By trie resignation Mr. Berrien thereiwill be one vote less ' in the United 'States Senate against Annexation c JExpenes or the United States War Depart- hent. The expenses incurred during the last yrnir for irie Army and Nary...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 November 1845

l1'l'Wr .ttUfajBtJ.-J.': . WJ r I. HUli'JsTOS PHIUES CURRENT. Currecied -weekly for tlie TcIejjrapU. BY J. D". ROESBEEQ&. I0i0. 8 8 17 ?.0 9 10 51 10 10 10 '56- 700 14 00 . ARTICLES. scfp r"' - I EP'ORTERpr.bbS grAPPLES lo pi AKjjissKj unnaee p. yu tB ALE ROPE per lb. . $ Kentucky BSgging - VUimlla "a BREAD per lb Pilot -5 .SJnvy.tg-- X BOTTER-perlb. -StMjES per lb. Sperm &&SEer lb. - - -3ffFEEr$er lb. - - CIDER per bbl. - - i- CWHlN. per barrel - -1 0sTTONperlb: - - '- '' ' !?KmUR nay? per bbL -' tJStfackerel No. 1 - . -Unrring- per box - -Ood per box - - - --"G5??ASS per box - jaJSandovv 8 by 10 - -v "J io by 12 - -;-FFFG GUN POWDER per keg. ?Rfle canister - - -" TRONTlJer ton - - - x fiyeds' . - - - - English - - - - American rolled - -'Ido "h-immored - -LSRD.perlb. - - - -LBA'D per 100 lbs. Bar LEV1E per bbl. - - - -LGKUBER per M feet ""Boards jellow pine - . - white do - - &1012ASSES per gallon NAILS 2d a 20d per lb. -Oit per gallon Linseed 'SIHqd - ----- RDIMTO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 December 1845

e- Funne eipsev. -- sas3 sSa'a '".I'Ml.l.JJ.l m- jatx Stiblisheil 'Weekly. or 7 at the end GFlIie cs3e BY CRCJG-ER &4M00KE. HOUSTON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 1845. VOL. X.-NO. 49--WHOLE N0.'52G 4JL 424sStf&sfe2 i 4KN Hsll? mm r.i n-u -i n i iijun iijimii wi i n t 1 1 iiLt rtMr d 7ST3 TBMtJrlS"" $5 iu advance. j jagg c- '"--.jjl - c jiucumn U" tf ;i -ss ;tfJya:il3--?"l''!lJ PUBLISHED BYCROGER& MOORE. Subscription per 13 months or 52 nmubeis. - $." 00 ' 6 " 2G "... 3 00 " -3 ' " 13 " - - 2 00 " " single pper ----- 33 . Vbcrcritiwill be given lot subscription. -Advertising 1st insertion - - per square S I 00 " 2d and subsequent insertion " - - 50 v ' Political cards each insertion - - 4 00 tl Announcement ol Candidates per anno1! 10 00 Adisconnt of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sherif&yonall legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 square- with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week per qua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 December 1845

r $&&!& jBg&s: ???? zSk. : v sis Jmmv iSf- :. jHEj vvjcs-ojatt fcirbcjariyE. i iivns JJ- Street Re- a" foxier. g ft is exceedingly inters in: ;vir- - r. . description ofiiie manntreanJ cosioms cnht Iv.txie. nc idalsoihe r . faTcry and fortitude of the Teians - vcs also a -" epbnllingnvwnjnt of ihesfaooimg hi told Lin' d a number Twp Aipii3uuti uv nit uiuun .ugiitaiw .tt ;t H nig. Nt one can talte up the book w.Lnut hoc ming tho- roujrbhr interested in its J 'alls Tjj- ileettons on the political relations of Mexico Texas and the United States ". "TreiTiot profound at least acute and we listen to them tXuJvtth "respectful attention as the views of an evidently Jaineerernan and one whose extensive personal experience entitles him to speak on many points with authority. Broadway Jour. The great interest of this book commences with the ""march of the prisoners and the subsequent escape and .adventures of some of them before they got home. This part of the work has all the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 December 1845

i ri --- 1IR X. cflK 5T. k' WHHIBb ''Bk PB "HP.THfiMKi ? W aP Hk BK3 sat sr- w n jjBggr ; . 't ff " V " - ii 3p$&-$aKit arasee -' " - -- eiOAt feMOOR -E:-- WSVfcg. . -3A- uSUptioX per fKanthsoraSjnuiubets - $o 00 ; 3 ?i - '-t3 2fGO stDSlpapef - ril3 J given lotuoscrjpuons.. Sextion - ner-iauaTe. . -iTamuscossc ' .T. . r - . j."i- tjmrilCac.s8h;x4oo lffr 4 A O'tiS.TSSI'Ci - afc. KttjSUUlKXH Pteo;La;f-1 Ms naVof licmpnK pni xviihonl tcritlen instructions will tm- ?owfisrorbid?bernsertecLsix montl sand charged accord- No personal adyenisejnentTTrlll'be -inserted upon any terms. Ao ere iil loill&e given to any transient ad vrertiser itn tier any crirenmstances. The abore terms are rated in specie or its equivalent in Tex- a. or states paper. ' j- . .- lfc- -h JFormcTlyJShavts Hotel. C BEISSNER Dresent proprFetor respectfnllf informs the citizens orGalvestoa'and pie Ravelling puocJ.uaRiie na5reiiuvau.nu"i uic wnuitiwv el j and re opened theaoove narqea corainouiuus a a esfabllshn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 December 1845

X "9 kr T3JJ 'f.S v k " .''iJWS'S vg W 'jf T " . fflwamsgg THE TELEGRAPH. EDVIED BY FRANCIS MOORE Jr. .f.j 'xm t- - - ' ? ' " -Loss of Capt KExisHnsij-r- We have- received a jet'- " : "kt.r-from Mr. Ingram ofyicior;aic. which he- mentions t "thliFfears are entertained there thai Cant. Ketchom of the . -s . J?UATrnyphas "been murdered between Victorja and i. i ic-CorpnsGhristi. He started along from .Victqrjan. thfe " 5t1i lilC'intending to proceed direct iy-tb (life. camp ;ofihe.V 's' 'TT'"H' A rmTT nt f.nrrmc Plhricfi Hn. .trass mnllr.tnf-l"l..nr. i' ai".' . .: . '. . ."."....' '.'$ . excellent horse and could easily have -reached the camp . ' in four. days. But accounts have been received" from - 'Corpus'-Christi to the 7th inst and nothing; has been heard- . of'h"jra.' It is believed he has been assassinated on the . .roadc. or has been murdered by Indians. He had. been' ..o t'lcngaged for some weeks past purchasing- cattle forhe Army and as an impressioh.prrjnailed that he lia'd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 December 1845

S3we5Bs33sss33r--Tr'r- B ' EftKNI sfl t h: TJE3tJfl$$5 la advance. Published Weekly. or 7 kt tlie ejni of tife JTpr QHKMBa mi i - n i in Baaarmi imaawn a Lai-u wMnmujgj 1 1 mi ; m mtn smuLi jii j inj-i i'a " """ .m.. ...i --uiy aagaBEii mi iaaBJ.nu.) iib K 4 I K J" B3&GKU"GR & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOOEE. ';3 description per 12 months pr 52 nunibeis - S5 00 V. e " 26 "... 3 00 ' " " 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 V-": " single paper ----- 13 jjvo of edit will be given for subscriptions. tfi-DVERTisiNa lit insertion - - per square I 00 ad and subsequent insertion " - - ou Political car3s each insertion - - 4 00 Announcement of Candidates ner anno't. 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sheriff on all legal notices. JEersons 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 $25; 5 squares changing 3 each week $30 ; 6 squares changing 4 each week 500. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 December 1845

it is due alike to cur safely and our interests lhat the efficient pro- tection of our Jans should be extended over our whole territorial limits and that it should be distinctly announced to the world as oar settled polcy that no future European colony or.dominwn shall with our consent be planted or established on any part of the IS orth American-continent. . . A question has recently arisen under the tenth article of the subsisting treaty TJetwcen the TJ. Stales and Prus- sia. By this gaiUcle the consuls of the two countries hse tffe right! to sit as judges and arbitrators "in such differences as.may arise between the captains and crews oTthe vesseJsijelonging to the nation whose interests are committed Io their charge without the interference of the .- crews or of the captain should disturb the order or tran- quility of the country J or the said consuls should require iheir assistance to cause their decisions to bo carried into effect or supported." .TheTrussiun consul at New Bidf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 December 1845

. - '-- f 1 i- JttfcWIUh..ill J iDHiS Ue. 1 therefore recommend the Attorney General be placed tin ihe sauie foetus with the heads ofihe oilier executive de partmeuis with such subordinate officers provided by law for his department a may be required to discharge the. additional duties which have been or may be devolved upon him. Congress possesses the power of exclusive legislation over thcDLstrict of Columbia and I commend the interests of it in- habitants to your favorable consideration. The people oi this District have no legislative body of their own and must con-fi-.ie iheir local as well as their general interests to representa tives 'in whose election they jave no voice nd over whose official conduct they have .no control. Ech member of the National Legislature should consider himsell as their imme- diate Representative; and should be the more ready to give 'atten ion to their interestsand want because he is not respon- sible to them. I recommend thai a liberal and generous ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 December 1845

HOUSTON PJEtlCES CURRENT. Corrected weekly for tbe TcIcgrapU. BY J. D. GROESBEECK. ARTICLES. Trota To Remarks. ALE & PORTER pr. bbl APPLES do BAGGING Dnndee p. yd BALE ROPE per lb. KentuckyBagging - Manilla BREAD per lb. Pilot - Navy BCTTERperlb. CANDLES per lb. Sperm. GREESE per lb. - - -COFFEE per lb. - -dDER per bbl. - - -CORN per barrel. - - COTTON per lb:' - - -FLOOR uuw per bbl. -" ISfLperbbl. 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 ton - - -Sweds - - - - - English - fc - - - American rolled do bammored LARD per lb. - - LEAD per 100 lbs. Bar LIME per bbl. - - - -LUMBERper M feet Boards yellow pine - white do - - MOLASSES per gallon NAILS 2d a 20d per lb. -OILS per gallon Linseed Lard POTATOES per bushel PROVISIONS per bbl. Beef No. 1 - - - - .cargo - - - - Pork mess - - - . cargo ... Bacon hams per lbv - - middlings - - RICE per lb. -. - - SALT per sack Liv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 December 1845

if rUrJBSivlISBS im -advance. Published Weeiay. or $7 at tfte ami f fr$ less? 1 if fe A BY CRUGEH & MOORE. -wrin 'I W .r-J'H.KBI If c PITBL1SHJED BY CRUGER & MOORE. Sv TE5rtfl. Subscription per 12 months or 52 nurubeis - $5 00 t " G " 26 " - - - 3 00 - 3 ." 13 " - - 2 00 " " single paper ------ 13 -No credit will be given for subscription. Advertising 1st insertion - - per square $ I 1" . 2d and subseauent insertion. " - - oo 50 2 Political cards each insertion 4 00 MC Announcement of Candidates per anno't 10 00 Adisconnt 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 following terms: Per 4 squares with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week per quarter $25; 5 squares changing 3 each week $30 ; Gsquarcs changing 4 each week $35. AH advertisements sent without written instructions will un- less sooner forbid be inserted six montl s and charged accord- ingly. No personal a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 December 1845

Hon. T. Pilsduits Dear Sir Enclosed pleases find a copy of preamble and resolutions adopted by a. public meeting held in the town of San Felipe on the 24th of November- lls unnecessary sir for me to add to the sentiments so -folly expressed in the resolutions. They contain our eminrentSj and ills our deslrethat you-will accept them - as"ihe expressed will of our-county. Your character is -welfTtnown to us and we haye Apt been hasty in making choice of yon to represent our interests In the Congress of the United Stairs The meeting instructed me to fu nish you with a copy of the preamble and resolutions (which. I take pleasure in doing) and jequest ) our answer thesothe. " - - s cplngyou will'duly appreciatejurehtiments and accepiahein'omination v - .' Vi "T" " lluivfc iho.fionor to remain. . ixour mosi uueuifui iei vum ;; t " EDWIN WALLER - - ... u.j:.. . - 'Chairman. RniTftnTAtSthnpp ...JR45 TtIonEdwinWaLler Chairman ' - UEARStR-phave the honor to a knowIi3ge the re- ceipt cf.ypurco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 December 1845

tJ?S V is uow exacting the arrival of Ms successor." The fears that Ihe difficulties between Great Britain and the United Slates relative to Oregon will result in war-are regarded ns chimerical by the editors of the National-Intelligencer. The Intelligencer says """" sWe arc happy to Tenew our congratulation to our roadersaipon the conviction we have arrived-ntrom cvi denct we deem satisfactory? that War as a means of adjusting' ih- difficulty with England is not within any rational calculation of probabilities." The New York Hen Id slates that immediately arVr the Message of President Polk was read in Congress Mr. Packenham the British Minister sent oiders by express to Ibe commanders of the British vessels of war on the American coast. For what purpose these orders were sent isiioi stuted. PERFUMES A PREVENTIVE AGA INST MOULDINESS. Dr. M'Culloh ofEdmburgh. has published a paper in the Philosophical Transactions of the city in which he points out that all essential oils posses the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 December 1845

W il MM 11 v n'J?11'11 ' -----ae?-----a-3-J-?-fc---- X. ? ?fei&S.vT m j-x -.-i r-vTi r- v rr rtTTn re "r TIT Mi -tiuuai wis .r.ttivAp vvi&ajx. .v. -r Ciwreetcd. wetuvi .ior u a'eiejrrapu. - a. i . . -s- -i. ?' "ir' BY J.: Dl SeSBEECK. amcuss. F .ct ;. To Remarks. " - flffisfiSSS: -.do-1 580: scares . l -Viiontv -.4; nvi. -l1iTltT-t.-' - -U'l ..18.- i:-?7JiJ.-m -jooasuppij ;22i BaBAjJSef j?JE1?"..t J o'deraand.- BTTEE peril? i-l"2i 52 ;.l2l -. CADiECSpprm; nid'eraand. v!2 scarce.-'e . W.T -Gt iRf srrjeL. . -Ts;: 9. s .$ odd supplyj o-uu fe o'tf 1 50 ; .200 "- . : scarce: . & nqne; v tone . - AzrJA3.i-.z jty -' - -3-50 vftJSPRSI Sffi12S3fl i4rf'.''C 3; A 50 8 00 4 00 scarce? RRry..r?tTTJfepiiW5DE?S "perfkg:- T'?? "' "Is. iroDsupply-- "RifleVcanister. - fi. - - SN.np.r-tnlf.- -.- '- -' lHQIfiber: toti- Stvgds; -- h - jSuierican rclted" . 4lb'- ? hamn6Veu 120 0D L00?0L5 t40 00 120 Of) 110 0(d MK- - -'"- 150 0d 160" 00 LRD;perib. 1-. -- tlferbbC- - - -LtjaBEK.perjVtibet Board...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 January 1846

KPMP ---" --C? "?); -! bo' R&R31 itvitlD l ' Sptfid f wbs&b RiHEia&iiHMfi i oy ' " i- A a - .2 fJB2fZ& $" in advance. " i 4K -&X CRUGBR & MOORE. k-.J"P(jBLI3ajlBY CRU&ER&MOUUh SoBacRiPTio.v per 13 monihs or 52 nuniheis - $?J! t ' ltt g' 26 " . - - 3 00 4 " 3 V - 13 -" - - 2 00 ' -t " Mngfe" paper .-.-- 13 !3iVo4re2 will be given for subicriptions Advertjsing l.-t insertion - - re.r square 8l0 2d and bubsequeul insertion - - ov ' ' &. PoliticalAcards eaclrjnseriion - - 4 00 - ii AnnnnnrpmpniolCandidatesnerannoM.IO 00 Aiscounfcofftrper cenl on theabo'ecales will be made to ierifiV. on all legal notics. she 'fersons desirous ot auveinanio -j i.--.... the following terms: Per 4 -quare. with ahe privilege of chanjjinsr 2 squares each week per quarter S-5; 5 squares changing 3 each week $30 ; G squares changing 4 each week s35. All advertisements sent without' written instructions'will un- less soo.ur forbid be inserted six montlfc and charged accord- N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 January 1846

S m " S in hold to prevent botts burn hickory wood into ashes and keep on hand for use jnviorz once a week about one pint to each Jjorae in his food; if oats wet and sprinkle the oats; the horse -will eat them without-oMection and I think it perhaps the means oCkwpinghorseiVm?altb xvberethey would without the ashes fedtfice leendis- eased" from other causes whicrfyour own investigation wiligag dpubt inform you they are subject fo. 1 give-you the trouble of reading this reluciantly leav- ingilFor gentlemen; of more leisure andTeXperience to attempt instruction or edification. " J. -4 "' nimrQdowings. XB'E TELEGRAPH. Edited by ebancis moore Jr. MSouWpn Wednesday Jan. 7 1846. 2f '" ANNEXATION CONSUMMATED. he Steam Ship Alabama arrived at Galvesfon onllhej 4th ult. and broughnhe joyful news that the bill for the admission of Texas tNTO the Union passed the American Senate on the 22nd tilt by a vote of 31 to 13. Those" voting in tha affirmative were Messrs. 'Allen Archer. Ashley Atchison...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 January 1846

saSMBkieai"?.' r fs-tsw--: pyn3iiBywi'' p-?-- I - t-w-1- J V. rfcWiiHWwrawir' ' I-- -'.v- - ";- ) i 5 1 i ?S J 38; Bywm atlfae age of 36; Bruitiard atthe age ot 32: Butler at the uge of 59; Cowley died aijhe nge of 49; Collins at die age of69; Camoens at the age of 55 Carter at the are.of 42: Drvd n at rhe aire 70: Dante at the ajie j)f56; Eisinden at the a. of 66; Goldsmith died at;-the age"oM4; Gray auhe age of 57; Hogg died at the 'age of 63;H.. mans" sit the age if 45;'Lngan at the age of 40; tMtlion at th ;igeof 66fSIetasuisiot thege of 35; Mel- ten at theajie o'l 44; Moore at the agefof 80; Pope died at theagejpf56; Petrarch at the age of 68; Pollock atithe. age of 29: Roritwrll died at jhe age 61 24:.ShestoDe died at the age of 50 Spencer attheag of -46;i3cott at the age 0161:" tEhotiipsoii died at the age of 4S; Tasso at.the age -of.52; iVhUetit the age of 21; Waits at the age of .75; Woodwoiih al the- agu of about 50 Young-died at the age of$4" ' & : It iviH bseon thalp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 January 1846

- -CW -V'najg'-' ! i -2 HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. Corrected weckljr for the Tclegpraph. BY J. D. GROESBEECK. JartfeARTlCLES. From" 3LTo Remarks. 1 J KTJff7fr. DftDTPD nf Mil1 10 DO 00 uo scarcu PPlI.P.S "dn 00 t 00. 24' 00 18 22s done BXGG1JG Dundee p. yd WB'AXE ROPE per lb. 18- 8 17 20 9 10 51 io; 10 10 56 4 00 lull pltnty. -lox9 Kentucky Bagging- jR Manilla -----' BREAD.perJb. Pilot - ja Navy -----BUTTER per lb. &GANPLES perlb. Sperm CSEESE per lb. - - -. ZTGO'FPEE per lb. - -I DER per bbl. - - -rjCDRN. per barrel. - --i COTl'ON.perib: - - - eUJCR now per bbl. - 'lH'perbbl. j.-; Mackerelj No. I - . -jgs- Herring per box - -aft- 'God.per box1 - - - -JGLASS per box ood supply no demand. m ' 52 12J: 12 75 61 8 00 16 00 1 50 2 00 3 50 4 50 n demand. 'arce. plenty ;ood suppl) 14 00 scarce. 25 50 00s 00 none lone n iuudw o ny iu tair suppiy. 10 by 12 - scarce FFFG GUN tfoWpER 3 per keg. LRifle canister - -IRON per ton - - -Sweds - - - - - 00 -75 8 00 I 00 good supply 120 00 100 00 140...

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