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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 July 1844

lW£^iSlÍw^hí?&£¡ y made •II* «earned - -tiü'teat te •t thembie )■ «oadnotédby the notar* iñUie •* fcmerrl i "Twelve," and alto, Eider theatre of L «wtiwwr r ! iSvtr tt ice and took taaly for tli highly gratifial which «he peiiormance-wss «t Who look Iba leading cl"*ir" na of it't. n r Smith, of Iba took 0.a leading char- ifcemost conspicuous of „ Vúntg and G. A Smitt Amaina. of"8piritual Wife" memory, - 'i o • f *w Ow-.^.SATuaiAT, Juna «9, 8«- COTTON-vLlTKKrOOl. OLAtir<C4Ttun. Infariat, .• 4*8 - UMiuiuy, -i r v"vv IT T~r Middling, : ~ ¡ : ; : 61 t 7| Middling Pair, i ' i : : 7| a.7< . 'ÍFalr, i v j ; : Good Fair, .. i.u - : 84 a tí Good and Fine; c t > , a - NEvToRLEAN8 MONEYMAKKET. worthy;' Mr*-™' A, Lyno, late aupernuineiary in Iha Park Fork, who sustained the part of"Rolla tu a ,1/ beeutnin the conspicuous place he ao laialy ocou- r part of Alonso waa auattined by Elder E. Snow, a éácher of the Goapel. The part of Elvira was liken by anti, wife of tho rav. gentleman,...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 July 1844

m d* fruía the water, * * . dow M: 6 ppi d. < When m Mi JP^ 'iluck (called Adam's ápplc)'an5 use, ' tc<K«lyt, I ñeo J i w üp M the chest (o expel the airfrnBilfce lungs, tu imitate natural breatli- •Íw¿.'"«Cttf iínOe thl« at least alt hour. rob**., street a W« passalong lo execution—to laugh, to je t{ (o f the wea.h.:r with the identical uisu as he rattle his *1' instrument and xoiilaa Upon their bright new—to shake hand* , jtb him and to make a t.rferablé pret-nce of being glad to see hitn. is an effort, though we may have nevrr enconiilererf equal lodisr which wears a "medal an<l put passions in its poclwta. « boat load of hordes arrives Pemau (Jul', nothinsceu exceed the excitement producid among the lacjng «paipber «T'he Bombay Society, witb that of tbe'bififtinjportioU of the world generally who uiiy chance to bit t'dfUW time at 'be f>ra idency. The horsed Ifnin •híVibfi béahstuwed closely together, much a* the poor Alricain are describen tu he on ■ l ver. with litt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 July 1844

!>"*• ... PUBLÍ^iAlft^lÉAiallV WEDPi OJlli<ifcll«¡l) 55 .••Weiiwiitsujuvn# jjag wWehiWayi result Hiilnfi .itu.JceiAMig^lie duiy on J-jM# ■ndi loud Oil. yir wf*ealiug üi* d«b *nlpre IB nnes inser- make a merits üi.Gta&u |ii«p> ni . tn> iH . ail «its< The.Rejection of tho. Treaty f< TTTT | r. ■■nnsi riuii.i ft* i^ #wvf WEDNIiSUAV ANW SAí'U Atijd wr'ti/ftfcf^myuble within i*4nootfis sftlr bnbai:i il>y>|('í-C(ií#S 10 at tfie ond of t1)e y«| r *' Wiii-klv.ijprll'ftgviiiili'y, at $5 per annum —tíno.sqliarfl.pne d" ion, qncfrj^Mjimnt .insertion fifty cent .' Bight rqiiare. vjw.yTtiseineuts inserted unci! a we«ki$l pf <or eachOM)£t8>í. tf i¡ .rl O* AMW#1 on business of the office must bp ^<pt p«id or they wiXnut'as takeli out of the post office. OARBS*4>rstflainbo«t and other pasKfeng^* ¿émd^hfiounca- ' monis oWUijftiatesfor oificu, are considareiLund ofaarked as ud VfiiliseamiitHi. J (□"M^frjpi^nnd obituary notices cn^tli a^e.plijjjf^ad as advurlisiu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 July 1844

<S&íi?¡ríair mu 11 3-\TUÜ.i>AY, J""* 27• 18u- Tí s - all uf iiiu Editor wi.ll accoant fur of Editorial matter in lite paper «jf. to-day, ■j*. 0«n. T. Á. Howaw>, thu newíy appointed Charge f the United Slide* lo.thu üvvorument, eiday in the l r¡g llover. July 20,1844. ' Tp the Editor of the Civilian . ' 8ia.—The approaching elections sre now drawing ' peay. and I bear much and varied discussion , panic wlarly in regaid to that of Ptesident and. Vice rreli- aufl while other are freely discussing the ub • "iaicf'ii -public speeches and in placea of general resurtí 1, trust an humble individual muy be parc)<1lied 'n . .this laud < f Liberty lor giving utterance I hi view «lid t effect i jus oil thé subject, through the column of y our.paper. I have. determined to.record my vote tor (ion. Burleson for.the Presidency and for, K. L. Anderson for tbu Vice Presidency, lu doing ao prolans to be wholly uuii.ftutMiced by, any patty iow3 or, coneideratiun , except adesiie whol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 July 1844

pmL . ■' m 7m I ;'|$S m 1 front Algeria, This u the mailt object ot the diluía «« Tlw Spauiab Cer/ee waa eftpect* <U> lha lQih ttlL and a n«w owca />jfebér, when Ui. f u«#i Will >• of age. Atora* amount <4 national _ twtu MU iaftéer ló relien iW •uaneial ineat^. There ia a. other Mtteof infere* Peuiuaula. : Carteas** tfáéf—m m Pkiladdfhé*.-Tim Cotrtk at wu reported, di^rwnt by further rwt* in the etty f Pbjla- dalpku|. On the &ih. however. (ha following oaearrancea leak placa *■ recorded in the AT, r. Jonrtml <f Cometer ." "Early on Friday morning, aq attaok w«i made by * •"••¡J party of Irishmen. about 60 in number,' upon the tents which bad been pilr.Uud for Ibe accommodation of the Native Autert- ttKKT— Ml no At, J«l; 17.184*. i - ' Jii¿* -MÉMAMüm NOTICE, iio*t*a estate a^rP M — tr^ssm tu M in LÍwuMlí and Ha«f*1 and the talked _ > apinnersoi Manchester and neighborhood. «ÍTTMl-HinuiNM, «UllNttTllil. . ^ . *, • • ■ 4 k . • '«>:>. v,, i i, Middling Fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 July 1844

Front tfk A U>a renin v Mr Editor—There «ppetiro hut, an article 'rom lbs ^biliWeJphja.Norili ¿ in( "to be informed of the color* lued iri jlié.: 8 tata* before tin JJ - bhie and whit* i ■ ■ . Rattlesnake, and what w tl>« color oC lha back field, on which tbe American «rfíike *#i. placed it ww asked for 'Jpn f in^nformationl4m.' onuf Duld not al (fruí (71 fcc-Iít?gtí-¿¿-Vln*l of tbe Teasels recently arrived from EngU^d, report having seen immenseíctf-berge, land in some eases fields of lee, between lit. 41 ai d ;46, ai.jd lop. 44 and 52v The packet ship Montezu- .'ma.a^ tjiip port, was obliged to Tie ^24 hours, in co - ; sequence of ice,, in Jat- 43 !p«. 49. Tfa &L grt • was sin days itf tbe icé in l*M6 Jon. 49. .ljjhn Vii>> Iginian uas eda.iiuml)ar,af,iatuljefg^l7tlv,ult. in lut, Cor Lúracpuol. «pofcew. otf* • Ulki IM IUI) mind where l had .men I ^recollect it U in jthe XLVl yof, «GdityómabV Mhifeine," '( ' jtob article to-whlchf refer, say*, "T^io PVhVitldipl Cdtl,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 3 August 1844

SiíttWi,",,,'! S M- . 'AY ANO flAYyilDAV. T>« month* aAer tbeHiiue of. me doHar for the first lnse conu. Eight lines make P,. . ... ,I — «ipar «qua... for each insertion. *117 All Uliér^ on biuiiléai órtli office piuit be post paid or they will not bo token but of the p Oft office. *' <■' flUBHaUBD KARIUC , At$d per ui.UQl «uhac ribing—4.i 1J. __„_1Tr ... woukly.for the'country, ai $5 p AOVE tt'CI BING^On e square; one doltárTor the first Inner ion, each subsequent insertion fifty cento;' Eight lines muk<4 a> Jw each ,n8ari"(1 WBWl tt: WBek •*' por square °U5#C "S* Vfl ««*>«■ - __J1|| CARDS—-of steamboat and other passenger^ and announce- ment* oi'candidatosfur.office, are coiuid red andcliurgt'd as ad- vertisements. CjTMarris/te and obituary notices oí more than three lines in •agth «re charged, as adv«rti*roenta. . .i i 1 ii LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING in the fa*Office at Galveston, July lot 1844. « a Anderson Jojeph Atkinson R W "1 1 Ill >lm i ...I <t kl III &g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 3 August 1844

- Jp wFí TUR DAY, AUGUST 3, 1844 • iuocomM •nd T day. consequent] of the ulweuce of a yart of our ) partW inftfpníMnii," and- thm gmrerrf \ T.' ronj tbw Vfbu« next' week—o ¡Salur-, I * imi'tWmi'kvÚÍÍM^ 1 H '*'* *ttÁ.4*t*a1n o< Tin* cO"firu>* us in lb* opinion we have long entertain- ed", lltJit our independence will never be *< kuowledged by Muí. t journal admits that "the iiifluencí of England iloiupt, if npt.enljfely uubound^d." ,,, , , , ( Ifltqguage mean* any thing, the above act* out by sayipg that We (lhe Telegraph] now learn uponlbe authority of Cap). El't liot himself"ibe Tact* «Hedged. .One would think tbat statements' vé would only-beniadeoponauihority a* direct and: nr .... .'-i , it, r. ... o grav# would oniy-'M made upon authority as direct and We think we jin jy safely yy that tliu sukoess which, UH tliat named, and o they should be; yet 'we arieft'witb Haa.prevaWed her* f« r' the last tWo oi three weeks has ,h, iito.oit:confid<ínce not oiily thauba'i ejjgr...

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

if ♦ Y eiH of <l* i BuAiob Courier whitibliuve oqjurred Jft the ibjn^/ÍYiT ' m¿nfc||(fiiftyear. e)>ittajy flayti.-*-¡At- ci thus sums nj/die ¿glyiid^f.Sfc^W "Conaraeugngl 10 low than five, distinct iuvulutianu « faV<>r fcf'a ¿Wnstitiitrónal goVertrme glueing birrnelf iii ihe Presidpuiial é outbreak of the yaflks, under §,.l omon ihiid* the reyj*l mitin. at Si^Mar.ks, -in the , .. niliwry Government, simihir l< B>yát:íti« if,iaith nsurrectioii tit St. Dotningo, fur a division ot'Ahé' 5paHieh fipm thi* iprencU pVt.^U'. island',' a'ltf for dimtting Joteigneia iuta l}eciiuou.yi andtJ^il, iWwgb iov 4eB8V ti ) prvsent wdr here." ■■■ ■>■ v , ¡¡¡M. ii¡, « Ajeon espondetit liF'thfi.Náw York Sun gimps' thé Mltí^i¿|i«'¡ftf; the officórs t>f Jhe flreaém Hiy(iej| }i vfetnrnént;— u. the gust— «vitKiUUJUaÚMl tlíál ikriío*á .add reaih of the highest tid«a. ter. i be currents on out coaiat are . effecting important changes along the shos¡hí'*tftWiOepfrj^f-Ca w>liiia, which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 3 August 1844

I ' ¡f on' Merchants. S¡ ' I lynnew hL' II ——■ ■TftAAID OALVMTON. on Consignments. C.~H. Pix ie COMÍ 7?; Importer* qf Ebgluh Goods, Direct from London ' AII'kinds-of Clothing, Dry Goods, Hosiery,Gloves, Ac. Umbrellas and Purasi.ls, Hardware, Cntlery, &c. dtc. No. 6.3<ruud, (opponiie /lie Cusiora House.) Importer Dry Gov V«| I -A Galvhston, TmmI*.,- D. H. KI4ABNEK. of German English, American and French Good /—English and German Hardware, alto Wines, Liquorf and Provisions. Strand, Galveston. " H H. WILLIAMS & Co. Forwarding and Commission Merchants •pt.SH—IU GALVESTON, Texas : T" AÜÓTÍON MART: I H E subscriber tenders his ervice* to the public •* Auc- tioneer. Ten year experience connected with the Urgent .ion Home in the United Sum render Ipm conversant u the business in all iu detail*, and he trust will indue* • I ahare of patronage from hia friend and ihe pablic. JOB PRINTING IMUttAClNO POSTING 8ILLS. STEAM-BOAI JiUS, iuniM: Ojf ¿tat/inp fir of ¿flkamóoa ' winn ok with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 August 1844

n m I ;'';W a! m y ■f€ 1*9 ie¡ ABSTRACT / ' %j ■> Ml ,J, ,,*'. 'I • ■ J* rfr . • 1 «'I Br H. STUART. •., W f smk ==F TX-Tt GALVESTON, SATURDAY, .a u->(f |-35'#SJrf i#'# A n<- I :r ft v*\ !. 1.■... r>- ruBLiaacp cabby wsdnrmmy and Saturday. At^8p«r$i|um payable within aix month* after the time of etibecribrtig-or $10 at the end of the year. Alao, published weekly .for tha country, at 95 per annum payable in advanoo. ADVERTISING—One eqoare, one (foliar for the first inser- ion, each subsequent insertion fifty cenia. Bight line* make a aguare. Ad> ertiaemeuts inserted opee a week 91 per square for each inaertion. UT All ladera on business oftbe office muat bo poat paid or they will not be taken out ofthe poat office. : CARDS—of ateamboat and Other passenger, arid announce- manta of candidate* for office, are coniidered and charged aa ad- rtiaenienta. BTMa larriage and obituary notice* of more than three line* in • agth are charged as adyertismentt. LIST OP LETTERS REMAIN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 August 1844

V IV • \WM K p § (ffifsFgiritthg SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1844. s e belief wliijrh we elated lust week thai ibe sick- abating Hero has {jCnVPd to be correct. There u .p, hnwotf^." wetl several deaths anil some now ca- ses (he prpsui.il week, though we think ibe disease has, in a g'eul d<.-gr«e, spent itself ami is gradually disepppaiiug. A ¿rt.z<<s paper siai.es ibut 11 has Ifcarn- ed .iliftt wii'pwar<Ts. of 300 persons have been swept tiff.'' This is a most grosj exaggeration. We have no desire to conceal the "rue stale of the Cise, and shall endedvor in a short time to give the names oí all who have died. < By the last arrival from Jtl«mton we learn that Hon. •\ P. C. Jack died at that place on Sunday last. His I<>sh , .from the Judicial Bench will be seiiously felt and dif- ' ficultto repair; thecountry will lament in his pre- mature demise one of its best citiZ"iis, and a large circre of doyoted fiiends and relatives have sustained ■ bereavemeut wbich they will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 August 1844

ffl mm ABSTRACT OF IMPOSTS, «4 i • ' 1 • i . i- M ■j-.r' •• .- 64 "it • 1 t.J/r .... ik H «V Hi ■ * K li i« •I ' a- it i . I • ' ./If ' . Í' 4 I ,■ . i 4 .W' 1#- ' 44 M . i' II tfüv'n 6! ■y 44 • ' «i •'.«« " " •« • y/V 46 ■ II 1 1 11 8 M 9 •: . v; , >f M r ' • 1 ;"'Wv ! 76 24 31 08 145 73 233 10 ,■ 60 64 35 51 7 04 257 67 14 91 6 11 3 60 181 70 23 60 1 24 14 34 173 53 125 17 60 163 87 9 26 60 89 70 95 92 0? Levied on Good*, Wartt and MtrcTiandite, imported into tie Dith ict <>f Galvctton, in the quarter ending 3laf ' * j- July 1844. SKiS^M^, _ _ Vftllt. , Or^RW Jm'truVmlftr 8 P ííentmifl Ja Vi«K.i,¡u|,t 7tí 24 WS P New Yurk 8 B Lewis 310Í* J D Phillips 145 73 A&Gfiall 233 10 :{(Miiitclicockji60 64 tí Vatisickle 36 51 J D Groesbeeck 7 04 J T Dutwell 257 67 . H AUbury 14 91 C Fox 5 11 Julio Lang 3 60 Frosli & Co 181 70 J B Bailey 23 60 T 8 Spear 1 24 J P D vie 14 34 SliÍDgf«i(li w & co 173 53 W C fiyrn* ' 88 77 L Dirks K Legendre 4 94 E O Lynch 1 83 Kump& Dufo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 August 1844

.riff, i, r...9T'"" '/ «fl/ T; C WW* KTZZ r and other suitable goods H. A. OOÉB, o m mission Merchants. STRAND OALTKSTON. Apvanc* made on Consignments. ctto'ix íccósip"?: ~ ; Importer* of English Goods, Direct from London All kin(]t of Clothing, Dry Goods, Hosiery,Gloves, Ac. . Umbrella* and Parasol*, Hardware, Cutlery, etc, ¿¡e. No. 6.Strand, (opposite ¿be Cus/orq House.) Galveston, Texas. " D. H. KLAENEU. , . of German English, American and French English and German Hardware, also Wines, Liquors and Provisions. Strand, Galveston. ir Dry a ept.28—It 4. rA- T- H. WILLIAMS & Co. Forwarding and Commission Merchants GALVESTON, Texat auction maar: Aoo« THE sabicriber lender* liia services to the public an tioneer. Teu year* experience connected with the Urgent Auuiiuo House in the United Ssates renders him conversant witu the buslne** in «II it* detail*, and he trnsts will induce a be ral CFAiíoiion heaut* Exchange. nov.26—3m Auctioneer. lie business in all it* detail*, and he trust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 August 1844

jMK^yn-é ;,T I •'! H nn'irmimfKii BY H. STUART. >' i ni '*1 ai % r lil i Itlirs EAEllY WBDNBSUAY AND «ATtfRDÁV. Al|di>i'ta ud payable within six mouth* after (lia litne of subscribing—<r $10 at the end of the year. Also, published TTWffJíí!?I.fte oonntryj at $5 per annum payable in advancc. Ai/VER rffilNO-One square, one doling for the fimt inser- ióA; eicli aitb'scqiiafit inseriiou fifty cent*. Eight linea make a square. Ad> ertuameut* insertad anee a week f I per square tor frtfth insertion, , C 1 Altlaii.rs on bu*nie«* of the office mu*t bo poit paid or they will hot be token out of the post office. CAR Ü 8—of steamboat antl'otr.er pasaenger, and announce- ment* Of eandidat.sfur office, are considered and charged aa ad- tETftlaronge and obituary notice* oí mora than three line* ii pftgth are charged an ndvertiaineult. SPIRITS Turpentine, Bright Varnish, Copal VarnUh. con- stantly on hand and for sale by L M HITCHCOCK jr. ?JÜI5ÍCIAL WRIT. ' The High Court of the Ft ort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 August 1844

w X ^•URt)AY. AUGyST 17,, 1844, it;..: % I M if. rae uaual. r ojr paper will upbear semi-weekly, We are gratified to bé able Jo sUte that Gtdveatojn ia pow iSompjpnJtively healthy. We have heard very few new caaeanf aickuesa the paat weejc, and auch a otícüt-qee'rti to yield readily 19 the proper ieni. rdiea. A few death*, OfpfraoiMfjieviously attacked, have occurred and théte' are some persons . W under the effeCla of disease: but olherwi till labor wise we re- * gard fhe city as healthy, at least so far aa concerns the-regular inhabitant . From the beginning thie dia ''' lej^e W'beeft rpoat severe upon tiew comerá and peo- 'from thei-country, and we will not aay tbajt aucb would now be whWy exempt, though many have re- cently visited the city with safety. It ia iemaikiible - that nine o«t of ten,of those who hare died hád but i^ceiitly comto to the place. ; It ia*-worthy of obserwtwa thati for-the laat three months,-While the presses of .the Sothern ^ States have beeiijeoutinually...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 August 1844

: -v-- -* <&*&Mtár*an4 J*rtv*sfo a-,j fir X. ■; .V " 'V '■ • í^ü ' i'i . : ail IVHuU flllS pi)l t v<rpit;i««jf y «i" uiiiiiiii, |ji jriih. on tho 1911 inst. in la®. 38.40, long. $2, 90,j • origaniiiio capsized and nearly full-úf water. Tl fecMuuer VVashiti^t'on "from Nl/nli Carolina, was Ijf: ing' near, utid lIU- crows of tho twti yessoja cut a hull liiró|igh liie b< w pl'thu bi¡¿, and to ilieir .great sur- prilia found in ltie fi ieetjstle¿a*iiiilü boy twelve" yeuis «¿Wge, whom itojyj&ioii •¿leasedTr^m'5. It is -dijlt and ií'oHtary confinement. . Wl^t fot¿ji$, je gjp sitting on the head of a^casB, with his feeuin tit* ,wjater, bit bada plenty of jptM«isiona near hiin.-v Ar'Boqn uti'he ¿aw daylight ho obrpmenced siting inteirifyi aiid-wrffi tak# on board ^^boonf^.l¡Vrfs}ii^gtpnl,l. w¡*|>*hÓ TÍíe boy staled, that he wafc from Jamaica; pt t could not tell hoW Wkig.lie-hmd boen in coufiribment, and Supposed th2®rjii of the cVó w. of itóe brig h#il per- tahpd. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 August 1844

\: "M • '(4 ; ■ f °T 1 CAI Direct atlri'i '■ Uabh gOOih piryur ' ' ' * ion Merchants* STRAND OALVKBToN, Apvinces made in CApsigiiment*. — C. H. i>XX tcCOyvi*r~ Importer of English (JOvds, Diiect from Loudon All kinds ol Cl ilbing, Dry tionds, lloniery, Glove*, &c. Umbrella* nqii Parasol*. Hardware, Cutlery, die. die. No. O.Sii'ftud, (opposite ilm Cua/mn House.) ' - '■ (GALVESTON. TEXAS. E H. KLAENEU. Importer of German English, American a,nd French Z$ry Good ;—'English arid German Hardware, alto \, Wine*, Liquors and frevision . ' Strand, Guiveator.. apt."28—III H WILLIAMS & Co. l ing * GALVESTON, Texas AUCTION MART. Forwarding and Commission Merchants «criber tandera hi* services to the public as Aun tionrer. Tun yearn experience connected with the litigant THR «nbícri tioneer. 1 o W . Auuiiuo House In the United Battle* render* biin conversant wiiuthabttiinem ln, all its detail*, and he trnnu will Itiduee a bur a I share ofpatronnge from hi* friend and Hie public. ¿TAuc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 24 August 1844

«fe.® JY H. STWRT. GALVESTON SATUR flBI -—; ¡— -r flT.jT; T * •• T . " • i | PUIIL^HEO EVERY WEDNKSOAY ÁND 8ATÜBDAV At #jj per anum payable within six months after the time of •aSacrtbing-or^IOat iho end of ;he year, Also. p.iblisfkd Jr. -m ASi W§* l . -W-i tA weekly for ibe country, at $5 per aiuinm payable in adva... AU V-ERTi ¡3 IN G—One square, one dollar for the first ¡ two, e¡ ch Subs quimil insertion fifty cents. Eight lines m« «quart . Adt ertiseiiuiuts inserted once u week ft 1 per square fVTr each iaseitioii. ■ V 4 lexers' tyi biishies* of Ibe office must be postpaid or they will not be taken out of the posl ofliA. •, 'fcQAíVP&rtf 8t"a"'^"ul u'l-l utNr pasheiijor, and aqnotfen m->út of candidates fur ¿iU'lcu, are considered and charged us ud- a&vertisemniits. * - (ETMiirriaije and obituary notices ol more than three lines in )«.ngtll we charged as udvertisnienu. 1 — *— ' ' ■ i FASHIONABLE TAILORING THE undersigned, having permanently established hiriiseir in thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 24 August 1844

V... , i® ', SÉ. PT Of th« d«parlmonu named that of ibe capital, Puebl". Vm Crua. Qut-rotaro and tiuanapiutó ate within the reach of (be mililiry power of-iha Government, hare wealth, and may he- compelled lo pay the amount* mwned upon the^. The other department* we auipeet are mostly aomewUat like Home old ao- txuuui-n individuala .ontoiit from the United Slates 10 Texaa, and will iiotyiold eriou/li to pay the expemo oicofloetloa; whiie> oi) account of their retnotentis from tho capital, the aparaone-n' of iheir population, aud the feeble oont-rol of tlio Government o- ve them, the expurimgiit oíatteroptip? to obtain the motley ret quired ot them mti't be attended with considerable delay. Jalin- co and Michoaoan border'upon the Pacific, ocean; Ojjaca upon the Pacific and llie independan* «tata «f Guatemala; (Jhiliu ihui ia farto tlio North of the capital, and, to well aa Dnrango. much more aubject to contribution* from the Indiana than from tho "Supreme Government." Slnalou and ...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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