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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 March 1858

following : act to provide for lends sold for te^es 6th, I8S81. ■ted by tlw 8tste. . í*lit pablio d Uto Be public Ad act making an a party w aot to establish nn¡form weights aod messu aot to encoursge the reclamation of slates pablio eervioe of . AC. B.B.,wiH reach tbe hMIPI _ 1 witt be certainly extended r to AuSUn. .. would be that deaeribed by Franklin , U. 8. Consul at Tamploo. It i« the "oh|jol,> .«dlnhnnainga lmt more «Í purpose. Ilia notad for r, sad by ptaéing It in the lake* of the ^peq^andin ftt year, time * 1 Kduqatio*.—The Houston Bepub «. «j% goo children in HmA of ednoatienby ad appropriated among the ' oOocUea if fleet the aid towasds the support of J learns that Mr. B. F. Rocker, of .basbsibsppolutedby to, ai^r, CJ-The Eastern Texian aaya that traine of emi- ntly passing through San Augus- • to be ty of this world a in the shape of negroes, fina teams, and *we presume ready cash." The Memphis papers Speak of a £eat Increase of emigration oter the Charleston and It...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 March 1858

¡e rapid iw- Va.**.C." ■■ " *3**0 Uro.'.- is Li.- - O.T fí:?ar «.1ÍT crto-? «Wt i&cre* Mftf jijii'!: «Cí-^írr jó sá-.-'ótv | one her own ports— the New Orleans by w*y of inórense in the crop ' MT ; too, f-. ;• / . -: IHgragMRBI^PMPQPCP LOf Cameron county ■ jjiffiir :-i .-A- MOjOWb *. . ! , B5TH. ■ with this T* TO") ', Vi ; an es'lmable young man. died , few da; since, #fter a thwtillnaw, In B«h iitt^i^í rM*ÉMSe^if5?j¿*iíss' ■ ik •boutmat- itema are quoted ai b1s <> ' 'j| .-¿My lords of eaoh other for five to Whether five turkles or five Wail «lias raafs— ti j book givea ra ten 1 1MÍ and the ttwiaa Warbler.") fie ia now ■B^¿rrñfT M5*^P from the !s .-i,; to death by a large log rolling over him, to have their msnnere, if not their morals, Impair- Theloss Colorado hi. nnM. ais Dooia «will the soienoe of patent fiah-book appliance, to try filled keep up a good' tale for theper formers in the' lottery twith this by the further ft>r*n opon kit off th. In t he was immedia pled...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 March 1858

of a vessel of war, was alter m - tha not exceed $6000 baring **. iZ-SenaUe^Ü^m t¿ i Qíji>ip ovDin f presented resolutions from it State, endorsing the Le- tnd intimating to Bell that l.,^0nui^ I Saxon, which left ioatast, cotton market: The accounts of the Liverpool cotton market ought by the Abglo-íitxen, report an advance from l-16d. to id. per pound in prices. bill was up. fan Uncharge hern gentlemen '"irrhB — tnirTrTtr'rrf in^irrm-r t' fffpnriTii lureabythé government in behalf of the South. He denounced Pierce and Buchanan for their I' of Tenneesee replied to Johnson leil very sharply. Bell Seward asked Bell to Bell refused, and the the stfmlwrion of another «lave Mk XarxMt -Middling Cotton (Uplands) Inn. ..uW^OKWi his advan'oed *0. market to-day. i,,ia quoted at 12X«- pe. > und. r cotton market ha- - ten i by the Anglo Saxon bet upon it. [theday haveamounted to, 1600baiet. I ,1 11 I i Si. II i i Olaeuuiatt Harktta. 'lour <8 80@|S 90. Whie- (o. for Shoulders and sldee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 2 March 1858

. "i - at their captains of the y added my in- eja voted sgainet follow. U X 6 J H and brown, be, food, w. to HautV ne :—' By ho do not VttblUM And I ' And I Bofrliift'and Of tbe ronaiool Wedded to mi In ihe Bag] *"SS|j^rJ Tbe wb[ Ab4U V' . ... Fluttering onder the And the son light oven ItsjoMentr scary 1 ..ma ae the I *«81 The mnnn TiU the, And the And j voicse-ln Wi'h their robe < Bright in Jm motet's gi< Till the soft uucertain-t Between the night ad And the chant. In the ololatarad is *wn, ^ I "¿Sí; •a«ss^?¿scr'',"w And' bonnda the whole hor'ion's verre W itb a circle of lulsg light, The r' '•*- h/melodies On theíe *0 lovensbost, And wwset, -I.tha.eo . tathafar-off West Who over oar absence grieves f Sweet and fair aa a pictoreold Tbia visión of annaet iaeaae, Linked with tbe ateto ' " Ahd tbe«enndi> In ■ manifold, And now ahadow And alUhe mora it wander*away Over the billowy Man. •( ■Mihim— ntial things; J ■£ And plant frseh laorels where t Bnt their atronar nervea at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 March 1858

ü SfcsaBt? 3*£ÍWIMS& ^wjfc^.í^^4SsftLi«r li «11111 lUliMI" TM • ¿*' \a' ■ i GALVESTON, WEDHEBPAT, MABCH 8,1868. rr?^ Professor Bache, «ha own fame It Intimately blended with the operation of the U.S. Court Sur- vey, In a oommnnieation to SUlimen'e Journal qf Science, says The Kim of a oeest so extensive u that of the United States, b even in its feneral features^™ k to Mezioo, and. from tin oirau of 1 o and Gulf from the Paefflo from HyMfllllfll a'erable'^dands^^^oapea and the long reach of ahora. Sand- banka, hundreds of miles in length, enclosing «hal- low half-inland sounds, and haw stretching V in- to the interior like half a mile below Alabama, on Trinity river,fast Friday, at noon, and waa totally destroyed, with h« cargo of 14 bale, cotton. The toe was «rat them were fruitless, and the ereWand passengers had soma difficnlty in ashore, as the host was under way when the Ara broke out, and it was difficult to effort a landing Mr. Miller, the night watchman, wbo when the lir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 March 1858

sfc. y JfSteaW lull IWWMiVg ^ *.-í~ .- . ..-* - ii Mispair&i mm ment of eaob lot and paroel oI , and com" and iMtrietioM lTtb Section On mMlon tiwrale was nace put uponlts final Sol limits, presented a re both of W * James G. Hnid Thomas W. Marshal Jno. P. 8herwood V. Hitchcock 2 J. f. McClelland, Wngktr Ir Onager on non ^ written petition, tara , .' it is hereby made the duty bia depletes, # prevent the abed, or other building sought and obtained. , I, Lia er. Allen. 5"3t| All#, Colli ., Haw, Mr . E. 1 We emit attention to the Ward , to establish i '' "n? their a s bO&r I sr~s( Jfte fes:.-: '•. a day or two to n:z Legislature changed of tbe following Brown, and bo inriwnoiwMc lo their TfeHore, - w Jm b rt Bur* Cooke, King, ^ I V.'itlen , Mr . Shepuerd, Mb Wo>, «, MUBSÍV-'1 •haw and ody, Mrs dale, Forzaran, Sordos, 1 W .. ' {jjti? 1^': ; f7 - |jj•: ^ v\ '*?*** '•" ~ "•.* to the Saa A. Bali, 135; J. L. M'Keen, 2d Wiid-H. Joumeay, 195; No opposition. ' „ 3d Wub-C H. Leonard...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 March 1858

i du- nding of Lords , He by authorizing the bad been publication <ff Emperor a , Calcutta dates to the 9th of Janury t —is Al o Canton dates of the r dates to th« IStb bad posses* abandoned by the Gorucbfiore «as ateo taken on the 6th, seven gnns captured, and 200 of the enem little* Sb British loss was only 3 killed nnd: ww iii.ha>iaaa .itaa-ii. t r The British end-French forces landed at on the 28th of December. The British l«n< 600 men^and tbe French #00- men. The were excaladed on the 2«th, and the heights! With Ion of «He beseigers by The Times' despatch says that the bombard meat of Canton commenced at dajlight on the 28, and contlnaed all dar and the ensuing night. The assault: waa made in three divisions at e-o'cf the morning. Qou_ others were blown up. The fire from their houses, bat the troops wi ed from entering the city. Acteon was onse of Bepreeentatlves.1 That I wasfoHy aware of." thin instance; the! Avtt their «euatot to ■just Judge Watrous in: Bjg.éké Vn<...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 9 March 1858

. if :: ; what on CXg££ ■AM the Ed their savages and that no LTiT BQI ID9W- Btagout.| There k Lo! ai , a spirit of we turn, not be Mission.—The Bal- Paraon Brownlow go- the North. i was left i the cap lain will "US!1"1' '' i pride, jn na d ling evermore, the mmsetalm An instance of «ale haa lately occurred daie in the North Biding. Ai acertada point Weaterdale Head the process otjot-mining haa been ewntM on for «Mié time past, and a * since it waa observed that the heaps of vated or turned over by the minera were oat much smoke, and the smoke waa by a noiaome smell or stench. Thia is that of the anlphnretted hydrogen gas from the decomposing alum abale, haa been per- «to a TKJ. i intellectual character of Of life, .bo«K. be repre- bj| SpilMi i voluble of vituperation and -o extreme ly familiar with the in'ernal gods. Whatever may be aald of ala very or slaveholders, the South has " sown self-respect and its own mental and moral to maintain before the world. Because ¡land is blatant ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 March 1858

¿*¡s iU-..'-! f^-Á = ft ^agj^á'je^^gü ■ ■• •JÍNfe^íÍHP5l'Mv ■ yv .. , • Si - '.i tf¡V I ,WÍ %S^ t«SÍÍ ^¥:á||^ííí«< ¡iÉpgí ■ pppf||npw**l ., .- ír¿ -f íá^S .^ - 2 y John- * , - -*&• >twojudi- lEUntiODI a1 l whfchnow extendí I -' r ■irr r the Eíoh- .... . , and thljjihs to improve. Tho sxtfl&tioB hüitiTm" «f «hm r" ■■ ■1,1 . Y. Chamber of Commerce has passed tbe law now before requiring all Tíñele to adopt, undeT penalties, "Bogara' Marine Signal, They |üiag tbat it requires the párchese, by every vessel, of a book posting #10, and «ay that the Amor- loan and English raairfcint roariae now pee Mar>- ryatfs aignale; and while merchants may be willing in eome eaaea, to useSoger" , it waa considered that Congress should not make it compulsory. Never- theless, we think it important that tome uniform system should be adopt !. Or Oar yonng coadjutor, as la hie right, dissents (aa wUl be seen by hie cud) from the oourae of the senior and the Civilian, in regard to the oao^d^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 March 1858

IV .'ir1' etofore, have probability of ¡te inotloany eiitm f, a citizen of Monterey, «ex- ; cotton in Victoria for the He bas «hipped, already, ISO u—.th* Valley of the 6th arrival of a thoniand flint hide* J.JB. Mitchell* Co. ^ whole of the t exotic*—with -have, no doubt, i8ljr 10 i$ .Hk. «i uttt citizen Us concerned Saw Awromo.—The Herald iayi that no new oases of «mall pox have occurred at San Antonio. The lame paper saya only Ana weeks ainoe lothlng bat complaints were heard about wet reatbar and the mod on the streets. How, the ory is tor rain, and men bitterly anathematise tha dost —which zenderi «re^t walking particularly dlsa- . grssable. ' Jarme are anxiously looking for rain to soften tha *urf*e* of tbe earth, and thus enable them to aojmnenoe plowing, and we hope they may so"* be gratified. Jjt ' *""*■* ~~w-• •-1 -- . ?}> from Sexloo; bat, iiof«iUiatt.uuti>g (lie uúuudunce Pi ing, by procuring" BP _ liquors, less than fifty nor atom than U Kany penan shall boy firom...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 March 1858

bad I dvsnde oí 9 *; are reported to bare a- ib departure of the Europa [ spinners t ■ bad minlftwUri con- A. i r r - ^ a, Consola, at theeiose on Friday tb« 96th are re- ported at a decline of i, the qaolatlcn. being 97. The American stock market to reported active, with an Cdtanee in quotations. "-1j| Hrrre oettea market, The Bam cotton market is reported to have been active, with an advance in prices. ministerial Ctutngea—The Coaeplracy The principal items of news by the Canada ajre, the retirement of Bulwer Lytton from the Colonial Department, ai?d the appoitment of Lord Stanley, as high successor; the conviction ot the four Italian conspirators against Louis Napoleon, and the re- signation qf the Daaish Ministry. China ffnnfa nsw York, March 9.—The Europa brings a ru- mor that China baa declared war against Russia. The English Cabinet la modified by Lord Stan ley's taking the Colonial department, and Bulwsr Lytton retiring from it. Tbe Kangaroo, whioh left Liverpool on the 24th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 16 March 1858

«fe i " Mid the , jas . 'WpiNBfeS y. Tm: yon mar fetch me a 1. r"-> r« -Vf"" ••yonniiiill Manila rope. Me. 6 in his hand, aeoommodatlpg thia said be to Keziah. "Your extra- •hall have It. I will pmt this rope to glted tha eord vigorously to Mrs. was pretty well ■ waoB the rain- fetén of initios to hof aid. Giddilttuí wu bald to bail for the aaanltand battery. UTeatmnr* Adven Inters, persona who laek the necessary dis- cipline and balance of miad to submit themselves ■ "Ml ,while, at tbesame tima, they > ambition of distinguishing a fortnne or a sensation, relation to the chevalier to the piokpoeket, while iltion they compare, as acox- le world, or a preacher to a sportsman. « Adventnrers ara rarely without a redeeming love of glory, and if they are successful they become he- i the la' roee like Napoleon. On the other band, they sel- dom listen to the appeals of conscience, and if they ara unsuccessful they become scamps, like Canlio- tro. In the historical records of men of br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 March 1858

iM BPML • - - . Sja(NN& ISC'1 \m± tfmm. * llil —- ÉWwHÍI lJIÍÉÉSS JSF* ti on. and North and the South Bevolu- tíon When the «Krs¿ • Reporter of 2d lam.^iUb , n«i*¡puib. • .WkGoldscAgsel-tfsd at km York for Galveston, March 8d, and the bank Montauk Masth (th.laariacap for this port, the brig North, Sehr. Lenias, and/bark Ceilama. ¿.Liverpool, 2tth December ^had fwastarly galea and thick weather in If aa fifteen daysln the channel to M. Saw several maris which s same time putting back. Jan. 4th I the bark "Sampson," Capt. Bobinson, b! boand to Galvseton. Jan. 80th arrived, at Faysl, where we were obligad to atop for a supply of water. Here we found that on the Dec. 17th, a heavy gale from the south-esst, had driven alaa vessels sshon—that wan anchored at the time In the harbor—all of them a total -loss, and with but small part of oargo aaved Two Americana were wreokead : the sehr. Pathfinder, of Washing- ton, N. C., Capt White, from Wilmington, N. C., with Itftabtr^otod for Toulon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 March 1858

ihr' ^ -Jr* ,s -sestea ******* *yrv- -.-vtr By the i "Wi M. Bryan and J. tintó* 28 days. every other talking «boot tho organized, which are waiting nisi tion open California for > ¡s&ss for the of connecting Msrysville and San p' -TV about $660, (*pt. Sterritt, wllh the r grounded «ararí the power of the fer paper* in ad one day* derer named "Joee i Express says that the bodies of two Mexican on theBan iptoojo on the Utb iast. iaGiliadoountj, wUbmpfg pemtóé W having ^««defediá a cruel and] cowardly, manner. The Eipr^mya that •eeaa to have bees notfnttj wMwier fc> externóle thi crime. Shé Mexicana were alone an unarmed, and driving their cuts along the road behaving thsnMtrarhtti" " ' . -A. Miniaría without his Cbxdl.. Panama Star and Herald haareceived of the arrival of Gen. Lamar, UnitedStatea at the Mat of government in Nicaragua. The neral found on hi arrival that he bad forgotten ( bring hie credentials with bim, and though the Governmentagreed jto receive him unoffici...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 March 1858

— lis $gg£ ü:P >00 15 Hew i fnjpM P fig* ; m ÍMorri- i,T8 ' Nolan) Blackburn .JSSStfllS —15 on deck, 90 negroes. SATUSOAT Smm, Hueh SO, 1858. COTTON—Despatches vero received atan early boor today, announcing the Arabia's arrival at Hew York, and reporting a slight decline In the Liverpool market, and althought the published advices hardly correspond- "É"jK Hob- ed *lth tte report, our market baa worn a very quiet no mow in "the Mountains. Valley, and but very Armstrong & fon deck. Europe. Lmenca. North i five days' later intelli- *h>g loft that port on the Arabia arrived ont on the 28th mark«t was on hand. An ad' V« V 25,000 000,000 for advicea from i previous to the sail- 21,000,000 balea, of on speculation, and 1,< are favorable to hoMsn-wbo wo deasadhg an advance. being is indicated—the quotations NEWS. England. i resd beiore ths House ~ tit was the duty of India by peril o doubt of the tri- peace- ta upon uie neces- of friendly relations with in Napoleon'* lift was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 23 March 1858

mm ti-1 Attobbry i Law, A. KUDt. Thaa,* I'lOUléC BLl i óf tie definition of the power , vu read and (referred to W. B. Odam, praying tl t Watcfa, "of f. , lor appointment aa add referred to the ► petition of Wm. Weber, was read and I on Licensee ftMfiiriiinta of Aid. Atehieon, the retorna election of Aldermen of Sir* Ward, and e^lae(L Me ie.l A|ol Uon aid, who ware appointed a committee to examine «aid retante, made tí* following reporti « Tonr CommiHea Us leave to Bsport that t have examined the Betarns of Bleetion, held the 16th day of. Keteh, Instant, for two Alt to «arre for twoyear* and oca to aeree the plred tana of H. J alfa, raafened, and fini P. G. Twicer and J. L. KeXeen «re for the long term, and Jullua Piederiek unexpired term of H. Jnift."" Thereupon, the aforesaid gentlemen wen «worn and inatailed aa Aldermen for the Ward. . f The Binaooe Committee reported that they found the aooounta, of tbe City affaire for the month of February, correct, and presented them for appr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 March 1858

^'11 pp Wi -■*. • • ■ a A í| ■ : iWS .-■- tWM'wBWB ■ t #i Kaá ü 'J'.^i-v =,í.í •<■:** - .. ' . .yi, . .- ••• ' >;}« í« - *'<*. n-¿--f ■ t '■ 4ÍI.1-' O* .. i * *íl> ** *a!£*s«* £ ■' 1 "il .- ' '' ■- .v-JÍ «♦! *xn¿¡ \íl t*tat. r-?. *$■'. *¿VW"•&&#■ JvjÍKÍ &é ¡t) ! bs3¿#f ■ $ti¿ Á^«. rííf^r> í . ¿i; • ■■.:■•'' m9*% ■•.•i.sO ;,|r* VOL. XXI. m aBwtfeM^iiafedMSM-.. ... " m ■ ] i Soettj by the oongrega- of this city, i, the biker, forth# to eompleto tbeir bouse of eoQeetion they advertisement, Prof. Biology, on Thursday at tbe name time. If we of Nashville and New Profeseor credit for great and amusement. While i to say doctrina professing to r of the hamaa mind,' we i will bo more amusing than t^riaihUa more than moral*.' •y ; re.—The Leetnre by Prof, d Fieehyterian Chuoh, laat •Vary reapeet, decidedly an achieve- obaracterisad by norm than bin usual , both a* to hta experiments and the I Ball of (rtqeitti tfeoug partook mor* of the mar' visitor, than of a plain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 March 1858

= . *4* Mi* twl +Z3Z2!i&m ,.¡ PvMV^tMl Sk P/Sf, w>t* the; luttDMOi Niw 1 «Mir blMl Civilian.—I | bar16th, 185T,tha I tV4>M«a i i J .'I.'-, -f Mf' j HTfrof. Hale* Lsetore 1m niffct ra well ■rtwi<*a, aa* «•* «MHitf ÉMk%tooÉ,. a . HSMt—bo , aad tad O Mem tata logar Mi ' " f«T ttkliite wi "J£ etuieeogain to-nlgbt at tbe Oourtbeuae. nil flva ntfc tfrláet, om motion of Mr. Bsegaii, efTsxse, a reeolutíoii «m adopted Affaire to-Jeport otherwise, providing for Ita inotinof—itabla BiHfteHiita at tbe month F«M Catal- tW lathe U. B. Senate ñi the HA inat the Vine lY-vim1 ?o'JLt -Vf^'ílSía «• >< «■ fie- ^retary of the Navy, iu cuuipuaiiee «hht reaola- f the Senate the, Sd nk, calling for infor- i in relation to the appropriation of fire yean? pay to the office of the nary of the BepabHo ot 'PiTit, 6 on bracing the names oi the persons who have paid onder the act referred to, the amount to •Mb, and the natare of the evidenoe on which pajneta «reamado; whioh was read and ordered...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 March 1858

.Tr.. •;.:*** Monday, sal. «as 10 U—^a=ooB—#s—, tffO'í' K ' t k ., ÍÍ4XM ÁtVém et opacad with a lian Current saya, Í.SSP2SS; •tíll irregular, exhibiting no wyjnarke¿ and ranal On Wednaeday Gáii Kentucky.... i ....;/ .'.. Kentnolñr'.Q Capt Jonaa.ar- aadthafcl- i >■ '- ' Domeriral fwmw r - Htfrh'* Mi^K^na^Colaen WBT MlasH hard, O. w 'S«^eeflBanaea deekJHMH Wra H Eliza J J goverament lo undertake, the lagk of golfing and tranquilliang tbe Espire. He tben referred to the I hi.. The ünUedHÚte. Ma'ii Steamship Galveston, Capt. Terry, from Berwicka Bay, arrived h«ra this morning, the «lowing ia a listof her paasengers T Gleepie, BraaÜay. írion. MoDónald. Steins, and lady, Mlaa Waat- m Chooolat*—Ho'l .. ..• 1. . IW The 8.8. Chaa. Morgan, Capt. Place, arriv Baehel, Tbomaa Qumra lady and S children, Mr. Darla aod lady, Baberdaan lady and 8 children, H Bowman, J T Bock wood, J L Mcllme, Dowall (regory, T B WllBama, D fa Boberteon,M Darla! [uiohinaon, MoChaeon, D w Adama. The «alea of the da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 30 March 1858

Waive, And pay the t it won Id A nm delinquen ta ¿«king of tu Por ptpaiUku WS1VS, oeeooj, causer worm oí popa. biyo petals. Of Kb who can the holiest Of " and talla of % ' by the sun of infinite good- of that Máf I'M I" "Aba Illinois, and anxious for the Having aaeat and Ma employer hem! Hetben Brooks, looked him I the thigh, an ever in Charleston ?" ... . never was," replied the other, Brooks," saya the s ent, "yon Of the earu> Brooks, I a. L iLwle UU bvlli „i at a atretoh and whole way though! thousand people, io * r«ol. at *. They tjMge on whaela. Brooks, I saw see bitched to it, and a big driver if ll fike a whirlwind! I fol- d a half, and i nock, and his boots aa sbiny as Ih of an np country nigger t I called him inte uiddle of the road and asked him a oivil que t • cloil qnsstion, yon know, Brooks, calls r ail over the wotld. I say, says I, tall me where Col. Lamar liveaP and wbaPI" was thesnsmer,' Go tah—i, 9°^-^/, Jrooka. I knocked alonar np' and down, ihere Col. La- mar ...

Publication Title: Civilian And Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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