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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 February 1846

:f ' N .JS1S$5 in advance. BY CRUGEU & MOOKE. IfttBUlSHJb'D B.Y CRUGER & M'OORE. -Subicription per 12 monthsor oil irambets - 5 00 .. 6 " 26 - - 3 00 4 i 3 13 " - - 2 00 t sinsle-paper -- - s - 13 J-.Yn'-rcrfxtwill be given lot subscription Advertising tsar insertion - - per houare ' - 2.1 and subsequent inser-tfSri " - Political cards each insertion - Si 00 50 4 00 : Announcementol CandSdatesperanno't 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent on the abdve rates will be made to iheriSV on alt legal notices dfe .. 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 ch.inging3 each week 30 ; 6 squares changing 4 each week S35. . . -i All advertisements sent without written instructions will un less sbo.K r forbid be inserted mx monins.anuciiaigcuuu.vi- inely. " "No personal "ad vertiseraent will be inserted npon any terms. znXo'crcdittmll-be give to any transientadver...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 February 1846

m a few thousands with which he'took a small cottage in the suburbs and hoped there to -live economically. Thither they moved and comfortless indeed was the place butl'ven here they dwelt not long in peace. Soured by iheloss-of bis property and his reflections rendered more bitter by the pale looks of his wife and the unceasing lament of his daughter Mr. Hamilton -resorted tb the " gaming table where in a shtfrt lime he had made way with the little that he had preserved from the general wreck. Starvation seemed to stare them in the face 'and there was no alternative but to seek some employment But before any arrangement could be made Mrs. Hamil- ton sank under the accumulation of misfortunes and her life- was despaired of. tt was then that the woman shone in alf her strength in Hina's character. Every nobler feeling was called into action. The energies which had been latent she strove to rouse and often wondered that she had not hitherto examined her heart. The struggle was long and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 February 1846

1 Louisiana Election. "i'lie-ietiiins hate been re ceived from ail the parches otLouisiana bul iwo and thi-y -V-shov that Johnson the Democratic candidate for Go v- "? ernor hasT)een tlt-cted bpVraajoruy of m-mly 3 000 votes. Irwdfv. the Democratic cuhdfdate or Lieut Governor. ij'elictni by a majority of over two thousand voles. "Twentv-one D-mocrais and ili-ven Whigs have been elected to the Striate; and in the lower House there are - 'fifty six Democrats and forty two' Whigs. c -V Ll 1 Our friends -of the News and Civilian differ in opinion Avith'each other whether the appointment of Judge Burnet - -fo-lhe Supreme Beach would be poj ular. The Civilian V thinks would be unpopular and the News retorts that J.bv thTs is meant merely that the appointment would beun-'-popular with the Houston party. We differ in opinion -twiih both of them. We do not think the appointment Hvotfld be unpopular with the Houston' party nor with any Mother large nod respectable party of the Slate. Many of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 February 1846

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 March 1846

fefegg'iSc. " 1 J Published Weekly. " - V PF0. itfcSeltftf ear Sgf ORE 5v 1IJ1SSS Suss'cfiETioh per 12 &? K " 3 J'-fiFsV " " single piper - y-s -1 -; wFi.fc-i-iii li haTrriupii inr iiiii-i iiiLiji. -i-' "i.r ...? .."..;. :...i :.r ll.vfe'K'G Istbiserlion; - jquare $ - -z 2d andsubseqiient insemonv- - 5H ""-Ji' Political cards x;acb insertiOnf 4i00 fj Krrinnr.KinriiLui uauuiucAesi 4v ? .? -- ......... . -- . - llH- 1 II .40.?. iheT3hoijig terms: jfter auar w.iu wBjiu.ii. r?"2 uw ------ f.- '.. ::uo'f chalfnnSv2Ts'qTires'eacu weeir per n:iHur - uw SjfC' 3 each'weekf530 GMjuares changing 4 each wcelr 5 Au4artfents WwUhonl wntfw inslrtictions will un- Itoooi Ttoibidbeinerteaix monirsand charged accord- pern-aad?eriistanenuurlll"be incried upon any termsV 5V cjcJoiJZ belvctio any tran.ieitvadverlii nnJeranyJ The-aboyc:ermsare rated fnpeelr br i&uivalentjiu Tex- as -3rtatei "aner - TQ TEACHERS - ' 'I TST published a reused anJ greatly improved edition of the Wvbster' Elfmcnnry Spe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 March 1846

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 March 1846

.Jk - - - -t v. .. the'fio'useoi licpresetit.auve&iwlil-tlonbilfSbedela'ed foi some weels in -ihe Baieskfl'he following is a copy of IK:' --"- JiBBS ' cm-Wml . . w the resolutions : . " . "Resolved Th sjdcnt.ofthelJnilifdjStales.jcause t- -noUcc to-h- t if-Crovtirnnirtiroff Great Britain '"'- thaubecauv eK ilt;JItiMi5triii stl Atnerica jra-J5GVut Br' liasriaitou twSgitgrxjtosvsOJ'tfle lNottn- " . 'Sir-Ksss.-;.. ?-.. . westCJdstsea! Stonv- bmonniaius (rf bi- .- Q:h.dav of Avg Jg0torH irall be aUH i ni Href and abrojrat ieivq -mosujTHuergiving said . ' ?notice.J .-iSaMff&l-iR.-: - R?tflged THati; jticJSn.eJfp conla jned as-npHn- tendvdtcf. inter fere Avtim1iefhdiscfeuonorj:Ue -- !p rpper-nju h o n t ips- o t e tw--cpniiacu.n g pan ts-tOTrtnj j rrSrsilte'tfegotJations; for an "amicable sftilcmeuBflfiaJ -Wco'niroersy;Tieciinthe;Ojegorf?ierrjtol'y. 1 -'; -FiTe Xt Vcksburg flverfdestrfictive fire occur 'edlat Vrnksburgon tfaet 1 iSraXt.yJAvJiichsaesiroyfd inearJv-ieT&r''buildi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 March 1846

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1851

TELEGRAPH & TEXAS REGISTER. TEIWIS—$3 in advance. JPublished Weekly. or $4 at the end of the year BY FRANCIS MOORE, JR. TELEGRAPH MB REGISTER, pB tirhtd every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by raAscH MooaKj JB. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers. * ' * _ " * * * Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- rartiff", awl fifty «•> ** {or ®ach subsequent insertion Ten I i a«s or less to constilute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, and Pelitical communications will be charged at thesame rates as advertising. Lave on Newspapers. 1. ^nbtcriben who do not give express notice to the contrary, are eoosMered in wishing to continue their •ubscnption. a If,ubjcribera order the di«eontinu oce of their papers, the publisher may continue to send them till all that u due be paid. 3 —ff subscribers neglect or refuse to take h«jr papers from the office to which the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1851

At: :<£■ mi r $0 -ass m*- teas i were written in his old age. _ .ire eould go on and cite thousands of exam- pie* of men who commenced a new study and ■track oat into n entirety new pursuit, either for livelihood or amusement, at an advanced age. Bat every one familiar with the bio- graphy of distinguished men, will recollect in- dividual cases enough to convince him that none hat the sick and indolent will ever say, I too old to study. am Crystal Palace Eti ominous inscription is displayed in the Crysta Palace: u Das ranchen wird nicht eraabt. 14II n'es pass permis de fumer. " Non e permesso di fumare. "No es permittido fumar. " Nan he permittido fumar. " No smoking allowed." Complimentary to Mr. Clay.--A great Clay vffts given in honor of thoillcistriou® states- ma, In New York, on the 10th inst., at which there were some nine hundred of the elite and fashion of the city present. Mr. Clay was in fine health and spirits, and was received by his nlfBwng friends with the greatest ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1851

tbe whole of our manufacturing counties are starving or In rebellion; while a temporary cession of profit is ibo only inconveui ^ ces they experience on the other side of the At- lantic. Can we call ourselves independent under such circumstances? We might have tieen independent; Jamaica, Demerara and India might have furnished cotton enough for %ll our mutt*. Wby then, do they not do so? The mania of cheapening every thing has done jt all. We have ruined the West Indies by emancipating the negroes and (hen admit, ting foreign sugar all but <>n the same terms as our own, and therefore cannot'be raided to a profit in Those rich islands—for continu- ous laltor, of which the emancipated negroes are incapable, is ind.ispensible to its produc- tion. Archbi«iiof Hughes, at Rome.—Tbe Rome correspondent of the London News writes, on the 4th of February, as follows: Archbishop Hughes' mixed congregation in the church of Saint Andrea delie Fr&ttee increases in number 011 each succeed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 April 1851

Notice—$200 Reward- RON AWAY about the 19ih January .last, from my farm on the Brazos river, iiiles Wow Richmond, 1*OUR NE- WIW, MEN. James, ebout 6 feet high, yellow complexion, had on whan he left, * a brcad brim black bat, right arm a little and several Kara from while swellinits.— niitiMT "nf n iriff complexion, about 26 yean of age, mjJ0at feet 8% 9 inchee high. William, about 17 years of age, bright mulatto, about 5 feet 8 or 9 inch- M high, his upper front teeth nearly ont, eyes very prominent. John* of black complexion, aged about |q, 5 feet 10 inches high, rather a pleasing counW- auue. Said negroes bad with them three guns, two doable barrel! shot guns and one rifle. The above reward will be given when said negroes are delivered to rn* at my farm. If lodged in an$ jail in the States 0150. If taken eut of the State and deposited in any •bw confinement $100; Or $50 for any one, confi- •§£ agf jail of the State. ^fyTSn Brownsville, San Antouio and Austin pa- ners, will please...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1851

in advance. Published Weekly. BY FRANCIS M0ORE, JR. i V r s HOUSTON, FRIDAY, APBIL 25, 1851. TELEGRAPH AM REGISTER, Pablishsd every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by FHANCU MOORE, JR. jf .terms: Subscription.for One Year, or Fifty-TwoNum- bora, Advertising, one dollarper sqnare for tbsfirst in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten iines orless to constitute a square To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, aud Political communications will }>e charged at the same rates as advertising. JLnw en JYewspapers. 1.—Snhreribor* who do notgi e expreti notice to the contrary, are considered u withing to continue their iubscription. 2.—Ifsntaeriben order the di«eootinu nce oftheir papers, the publisher may contiaue to send them till all that is due be paid. 3 —if subscribers neglect or refuse to take their papers from the office to which they lire directed, they are held responsible Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1851

* | wiU—thou discovered HwwWcr, and lightnings, fl* the voice from Sinai, we inquire i gttfe of our hearts—thou disclosest to *a their most secret depths. We sink un- der the heavy load ofanr sins—thou showest to itlbl nontraftft ofl^Bndemnation torn as- ■vmirtr, sod nailed to tie Saviour's cross. We mrtbb to find that we a# naked in the pro- MMe of a holy God—thou tellest us of the fcnotlms righteousness of lmmanuel, and sayest ■—ill "Go in peace." We fear lest we should not walk worthy of our calling; thou Mjest to us, "Take courage; for Christ is Mde of God ueto you wisdom, and right- NMM, and sanctifieation, and redem ption.'* We tremble before the enemy who would fain ■wallow us up; again thou raisest our heads: Lion of the tribe of Judah hath con- take courage." Trouble surrounds us; thou liftest us out ofthe abyss, Bee, it was the chastisement of love. We are left alone; r- toon direotest us to a friendly bosom, where •It totrirare wiped away. The path of our pilgrimagQ is da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1851

IN I "N rupted the trade with the interior counties.-— The efforts that have been made by the public spirited chittns of Jeflterson have ao alarmed the merchants of Shrievesport, that they have again commenced Ufkmg about constructing a plank road to the: Texas line. - ... ■< '4 " - - * hoctton housk.—This old -and , well known Hotel will soon be completely repaired and furnished in a style that wiil render it one ef the moat pleasant and commodious of the public bouses in the State. Col. Thayer who has tented it, wiil take charge oi the Hotel about the 1st of May. This gentleman has for some time resided at Galveston, and during Ure period that he had chSrge of the Tremont, acquired great popularity. Our friends of the Galveston News and Journal, speak of bim in the most commendatory term*. We learn from Mr. A. S. Ruthven who has justar turned from 4he interior, that the corn and cotton crops ate unusually promising.— The late cold weather has retarded vegetation, but not to a s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 April 1851

•WlYM) STiTttS WHOLES I .K CLOTHING WAREHOUSE. hanfobd fc co., 8cockssobs to ' < ; ^ •bimi * HASFOBD, MM «tf Ml* FmutI Street, • \ '■' " *BW TOR*. 1 !ffoffWial^iu street and Bori>n« sliP< TTiYI ON BAND THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT j5|S CLOTHING Is the Caitad States, adapted to All Markets. In the articles cf SHIRTS JiJfD DRM HrKRS, Wt htf ft *>JI— variety^Klso, the most extensive Manu- OIL CLOTHING AND COVERED HATS m THE WORLD* i Ml Fashionable Clothing of all kinds. r mail. Orders promptly fiile<l. ID It CO., Successors to Lewis & Hanfokd, Nos. 252, 254, 256 and 258 Pearl .St, •m 197 NEW-YORK MALAGA LEMONS. £& ffXBB **!«*«■ ^mOP'-j^VislMP3QN Hottoe—1200 Reward- Stshru'.-i RUN AWAY about the 19th Jaunary laat, from ray farm on the Brazos river, ft wo miles below Richmoud, FOUR NE- GRO MEN. James, about 6 feet high, yellow complexion, had on when he left, •a broadbrim black hat, right arm a little aianlli and' several scars from white swellings.— Sidney, «f* griffcom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 May 1851

&p*!l!fldMMWi —rr Mf.¥—$8 in adyanec. ~ '1 _ *"''•• ' v. <P-. - B#FRANCIS MOORE, JR. JP^tblishetl Weekly. •m TELEGRAPH AND REGISTER, Published evpry Saturday) Main Street) Houston) by tfaAXCIS MOORE, JK. *3' terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - - - - 3- 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Tea lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable dedoction from the'above rates will be made. . ... ... -.'j. , Steamboat cards, and Political communications Wilt be charged at the same rates as advertising. l.^CuWcHbeti who <Jo notgwe eipreM notice to the Oootrarjr, ftVa considered as wishing to continue tneir subscnption. a.*—Ifiuhsctibert order the discouttniiancs oftheir papers, the publisher may continue to send them ull all that is dae be paid. 3 —If,ul>scribers neglect or refuse to take their papers Iromthe •>ffice to which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 May 1851

Vzksixia for the Union.—The following ptetsUt Mid resolutions—breathing the spirit, Of true patriotism and undying devotion to the Union—'have been adopted by the Legislature of . wijdiiimOBtperfcct unanimity. , UwLegislature of the state of tSas passed an act to provide for otdelegetes to a southern rbe entrusted with full power and Mt£arity to deliberate with the view and inten- tfea of resisting further aggression, and, if pos- sible, of restoring the constitutional rights of tbe south, and. if not, to recommend due pro- vision for her futu^Msafety and independence," whieh act has been rormally communicated to this General Assemble: [Agreed to without division.] _ 1st. Be it, therefore, Resolved by the General AmemU$ of Virginia, That whilst this state deeply sympathises with South Carolina in the fiMtngs excited by tbe unwarrantable interfcr- i of the non-slaveholding states with our ii institutions, and whilst devertity of axiatn among the people of this com- ■Mftwealth in rega...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 May 1851

the great army of immigrants, which letters trpm abroad, aud the English newspapers, imradethe port of New York the ion.—The vanguard of; Peculiarities of the Camel.—Viewed with the eye ofevfin a comparatively careless observer, the camel presents one of .the most complete mstanceq of design with relation to human wants. No part of its structure could be omitt- ed without detriment to the wonderful work,— no part improved. Its very deformities, as the coming season, Is, beginning ,to corn® in.— 8'mce Saturday Right, the I2lh Inst, the fol- lowing vessels, chiefly packet ships, have beeo reported in our,-marine columns : dt*, , dav - do ; > d9 :■£- .. .- dw. . • ■ . do iw. p'Brien, do Mi«eissippi, Cork, Caroline and Mary Clark, Havre, J*etK& Fide < •£*. v/ v Coestantine, 409 510 416 550 283 556 500 298 265 275 4.067 Total for tbe two past days, The number of steehige passengers arrived hereon Monday alone, was: From Liver- pool, 2,548; Londonderry, 159; Hamburg, 128; Antwer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 May 1851

0H1TSD STATES WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE. *00., «*y HFORD, Wt Pearl Street* . I a«rYoa*, SsCwsen Faitoa (Met and Burling 81ip, on hakd the largest assortment clothing .klkil'iM States, adapted to All Market*. In the articles of SHIRTS AXD mmWKRS, w« keao an aadleo' variety. AI o, the moat extensive Manu- T""7"".~ laeturei* of (XL CLOTHING AMD. COVERED HATS tX THR WOBLD I >«ihlo—Mt Clothing of all kinds _ of dock lent by mail. Orders promptly filled. 8. H. HAOTOHD fc CO., 8uecesson to Lewis & Hamkord, Nos. 258, 854, 256 and 258 Peer) St NEW-YORK m Malaga lemons. tt it, c. DOOLITTLE, Manufacturers of Ped- ' XX, t.Afc Wabqwb and Carriages of all descriptions, St Plssssnt Valley. Conu., solicit orders, either direct, •r through their Agent, Saxtoh & Webb, 112 South — — 1c, which will meet with prompt atten — '«r N. B^—They confidently recommend their Pedlar Waaons to be as good as any manufactured iu the IWlSltiw. Feb. 1851. 4w793 Great xi'exs! G-ieai Times! i new arrivals! IMSO&...

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