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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 April 1854

uaww&y.uMaj.mMmvarT"ii;iei3 APRIL i TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 220 mitn mm mil. in XAS crnim j I H I i? m GAZETTE Udttccl ly VJII. It. SCmtltY mid J. AV. IIAail'gQW. GIT? OF AUSTIN" TUESDAY APRIL 4 1854:. 0 M alfta II. .a.! IUaIhImA UllvHAalAH flMlhwfjl CBiWo are nnthorliertlo announce II. J uro iuh.ii " "" """ "' """ nimleL us n candidal for re-election at the ensuing election In August next. 5- w .. ...iimricmt and rcnucntc.l to announce FltKD TATB Knq. of Fayette county a ? "-".."..::... :.. .i t.i.iMi.1 nt.imr nt thn fMi.uint. At !?ut Mpctinn. cnndluate for littlMCfAiwrncy 01 mc cctuim ..umv..... .......v. -- CRT We are authorized and requested to announce ALEXANDER II. OHALMKIW ten. as a JSuJl tni . w-riMtlfin to the ofllea of District-Attorney for the Second Judicial District. J .irf Mt w V fcVtt fe.tt.lAiA tAM 4 1. M aHIaa rST Wo lire anthorlred to announce JASira t. jiciiauiiw iiuim. "" AueMOr and Collector of Travis county at the ensuing August election. ai" HJT.Wc areauthorl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 April 1854

ifig3affiijgftaiCKCTiar ' V S I. 8a TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 221 H Ifi'liV. -t W tT ."During tour recent visit to "Wellington wo wero much fpleased toobsorVe tho many evidences ots inlprovomcnt which met us on every "sklo. l'hat threo story brick hotel suggested a contrast with things Up herb anything but flattering to the state of pie-making and puddingry' at the Capitol and caused ns to -wish for some such cnterprizing hotel projector as " Uncle Bob" in this region of tho world. The United States engineer who recently examined the Brazos river with a view to its improvement has been convinced by his observations that it is one of tho best navigable- streams in the South. During our stay three steamers lcit for tho mouth freighted with cotton and on the evening wo started for this -place one boat arrived from below. Let the canal once be opened and the obstructions in the bed of the river be remov- ed and Washington will soon " bo a place as is a place." A fund is being raised for tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 April 1854

EX3G9 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. APRIL 4 ' .umiiguiuumwum CAimi iiumuvhjmi i -j mm hi iitigfflxiiijiuutf i.tf.flf n flBgaaHgIWttMJiial J". Mount Vernon. Sketch of.tiliiremarhifjf 'Mr. Broolcs in tlio Senate of Ncto York of Mount Vernon. Mr. Brooks askotl tho unanimous consent of tlio Senate that 'itiO joihtr resolution of tho Assembly for tlio purchoso of Mount Vernon might now bo put upon -its passage and on behalf of tho resolution Icavo being granted Mr. B. said in substanco: Tho timo has come when tho. Mount Vernon estate tor a con tury or nioro in possession of the "Washington family and for half that time owned by George Washington as a bequest from hhybrothor must either become the common property of tho iihiion. or belong to one or more of its citizens. It was to Mount "Vernon just one hundrod years ago the present -winter that "Washington retired after throwing up his commission as an 'officer in tho British army in consequence of a Royal order that tho regular army should take p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 April 1854

v . jiuaauMuaBjiJujt'jjiiLuiitii.aaBJimgBMMai gropggBrr?'rairfieGitt uj-qg 1854. TEIAS STATE GAZETTE. i i ' i n iir li m M I H . If 1 I SO A Brief Chapter on Kisses. Kisses cannot be defined too much of the subtle cssonse of the highest poetry too much of the foretaste of immortnl happiness is born tuul dwells in their roseate being to render their liefiuiiioii possible. Gentle enchanting. etherealizing soul-inspiring kisses ye arc nei- ther of Heaven nor of Earth of reason nor of fancy wholly. Ye are rosy bauds falling upon our spirit with n dulcet violence and restraining it amid the sombre scenes of life with a power ef grate- ful resignation! Divine Kisses ye came from among the stars and when your balm distils itself upon the arid lips of humanity those stars seem not far distant nor does their music appear to hush. The true and sweetest (lowers of existence the liquid poesy of the heart and the glorious picturing of some bright hope are in Kisses. They associate all blissful m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 April 1854

TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. $24 APEIL 4 m F OUR BROWNSVILLE CORRESPONDENCE. i if i fft ' BitowrisVlLt.K Mnrch 3 1851. JEMtorfTtxat State Gazttltt Tlnvlowcr Rio Grnmlo la nnnsimlly qiuot tint! tlio people on liotlisitlo" of tliQ.ivcr nppcnr io uo uciorrnincu m iuusi iu u ini-usuu wiui iiiuiuayivus. .JTlio malls from aioxico nro ns nnrron oi nows or uencrni iiuunnniion n3 iu Isa.sVninv tin mkinrr nlnco in tlio contra of Sitntu Arum's dominions ns tlio Yinost scrupulous admirer 6f despotism could desire nnil tlio rumors of out- tfrenks nnd tlio contents of tlio Gudsdcn treaty arc Hie two topics Hint now mostly ongago tlio attention of tlio i'ow thinking men on tlio oppoiito sido of tii6 lino.1 Their main npprolienslon is that tlie ready money which tlio United States will pay to Mexico wilLcnnula her solflsh Dictator to coutinuo tho mis- crablo.Uirco of prctonding to sfictiro tlio country's welfaro by destroying ovoYy Vesliai of liberty in it and with impunity nltnulc individual rights -Ifili...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 April 1854

kBjj.anttjMMKittajB3 uaiuuWf 1854. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. u nifWhmiitfiilBflliiiilSaMi'triliifl'iiWM- tfL 'p. ctfj s MECHANICS WILLIAIH II. NIIAISIS lIoitNtt mill Slpii Inl liter ttlnzlcr unit l'niier-Hnnpfer offers hH professional services to tlio citizens or Ailstln niul its' wlolnlty. From long experience and a thorough knowledge of lit business with Hie pledge that "lie will give prompt mill fnlthfnl attention to nil orders for work In I1L1 line he hopes to receive n shtiro of public patronage. 1 Ha pliop la on Pre mi street opposite Mm. Heal' tavern where ho will be pleased to see and attend to the orders or those wishing work In hi s line. Austin March-til ISM. OUr KEEI IT IN VIEW Thatl'lKRCl-: A IlltO. still continue In Austin city where the' will reinnhi pcnnniiuntly. Their Advantages above other artists arc the some as hereto- Tore being In possession of Improvements that others have not and TllKtU PRICES AS LOW. We have new specimens almost dally nml icrsons ot refined taste...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 April 1854

! S liTniiniiBia "1r 'i7i"i-f i7trrrnfr"ii"iii"ii:ifrrrrrfi iMiiTuTiii iriiin'TiirrirniriTiill TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. APRIL I e&dUte LOST" OERTIFlbATEfe &c. LOST. Duplicate certificate Nu. tOU-CO" liiici"Jo Hie heirs of Wllilotri 11. thoinfhm for sev cntccn'tnllllon ditht hundred nnil iwenty-n llieurond square vnran ( list heard from nppucnuon win uc niniic ni me proper iirpnruncni lor n uu Sfl.Off) JAMES FF.ilGUEON Agent for heirs. rriihln thA ttn nroscrlhed by lav. plict&. (March 14 Ifig 1 JT 'OSTi-bduntyland vrai rnnt for 1250 acres or land No. 034 B Issued by the "ccretary of Jh4 WSt. 141h December 1983 to Burk Trammel. If not found within the llmo proscribed by 1E application will beramle for a duplicate of llio umc. 28.0r Dl'NXIS THAMMJ'hl.. i i mm mi i i. iii i iii"' " imm An.i i.i m i 1 i.n. i i. IfffiClST.IIonn tr 1.nnrt Wnrrant No. 1)122. Issued to James Hose for1I)20 VJui'ncres January 2lst 15 to by the Secretary or war. If not Hot beard of within the time presc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 April 1854

.tf .'.. - n11 mw XHay- flVnr-w . r4MWif?'x jk bjj!'Vi."'''f"-i.tMaut?'.'ir--t-- vw E t tE f JM mv f9Nk r . jMtjt- -"-- - 'vBPrpr s?unKx f . .. .' .v'-."'!-' '"' -- ''' irrirrifi" &S VOL. Y. AUSTIN TEIAS SATURDAY APRIL 8 1851 M'3s: MTV " rn.--iJ'-'p -rr "f t" i n JfW "J.hlTrT'-v . i7.?ji-I ffi''" "'"VrMMBr 7J gn Y fl "StV -tTT SSP P- " J & i r s a F a ' x 11? r4 a f m s ms i i m r & & n Ml I PlTl 1 m i 1 TV ? v tin 1 i : injwEux?.Hr "viwu i. 'its; !. .-ncrvif. f a -osy -J.uiYn 7-t-m.j an i tt na v TI-IE TEXiVS STATE GAZETTE. Published weekly by JOSEPH V. HAMPTON Slute Printer. Vtf MS: TmiRK DolAAns per volumo of lUty-two numbers If paid In advance or within one mouth from the tlmo of subscribing or Foun lWu.Atis ir not thus paid In advance. I(kiW((.-Advertisements w ill bo Inserted nt One Dollar per smiaicof six Hues or less this aire type for tlio'flrst Insertion nlid fifty cents for each continuance. Otic half these charg- es w'll be made to those who advertise by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 April 1854

TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. APRIL 8 I I -WV ' '228 1 'V h' curium""! i ii "L " " "-"" ""- "" -..- -- .... nriin rnii'V t o ots wi? n a 7Pirnii' jnutjui i if- r i '"it ii ' rt-w r - . ' ' JKg t t 4 Kdttca bf'wvs it scvnnv mia jr. w. iiatopton. CITY OF &USTIN SATURDAY APRIL 8 1854. 'taff"' W w Buthoflicd to announce JAMCS I. SHAW n candidate for re-election to the office of Comptroller of .the State of Texas al the cnsulng.August election. . E8F tVe are authorUed to announce JAMES 11. RAYMOND a candidate for re-election to Uio offleeof Treasurer 6f the State of Texas nt tho ensuing August election. VST !"f re authorised to announoo II. I. UPSHUR the present District Surveyor of ravl District a a candidal for re-election nt tho enduing election In August next. tsr Wears authorized and. requested Jo announce FHED TATE Esq. of Fayette county a candidate for District-Attorney of tho Second Judicial District at tho ensuing August election. 3PT" Wears authorised and requested to announce ALEXA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 April 1854

uutujuatrnisumymMamuessaiaKKmiuesa i. 1854. it iiiKM ! fm&p4lilt?mmim - - 1tt.A. 2-29 H rv-- Ti ; cnid thtit a mcGinur of the southern whitf members of ) Congress (with a few exceptions) has been held tit "Washington at which resolutions declaring the whig party as a national party JiBSolved" and also denouncing the Nativnal Intelligence? foe Its opposition to the Nebraska bill and calling upon southern Whigs to abandon its support. Messrs. Stephens and Toombs of Georgia Aborcrombic of Alabama Rogers nntl Kerr of North Carolina are said to have been prominent in the meeting. This is an Important movement that must be gratifying to every southern man. rrj? We are gratified to learn that the Metropolitan Division of the Sons of Temperance is once more in a 'flourishing condition. The followhi"" officers were installed in their respective offices on last Thursday evening: E. Raven ...... T. Robert Green C. B. F. Carter A.C. L. Brown ..... I. S. James Kirk O. S. David J. Miller . . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 April 1854

ifc m K m TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. APRIL 8 835astas2EaBEtS frit. m.. wl.lcti ttTt ' Thd letter of ilw Mnperor Napoleon to the Czar. Wo nffiSiah ft tratidlalidn of tfrB Ehiperor Napoleon's Letter tffthoifcfor gfBupsia Ithnd been previously reported tb at .ir i.tTi..i iMA. Wriftmi. hhf. ffa nxistenco had been sub- guontly denied. But hero is the letter ; gdrr . : Palace of the Tuillkries Jan.29 1854:. SraE The differonco which has' arisen between your Majesty r "rind the Ottoman Porto has assumed such a grave aapoct that . '-I thin&Mght myself to explain directly to.your majeBty the part which Prance has taken in thiB question and tho moanB ' winch suggest themselves toono in order to avoid tho dangers which irionaco tho tranquility of Europe. ; The note which your Majesty has just gent to my govern- . inent and to that of Queen Victoria endeavoring to prove that "$t was tbo.Byatdm of pressure adopted from tho commencement rny the' two marltimo powers which alonq involved tho question...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 April 1854

ttjftjungju4uiuuj;ti3uiwwuiaiiH n TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. '231 WMUtOtBTKBFSt The Remains or Washington Tlio 'National Intelligencer contains some interesting reminiscences gathered from the Cuslis papers of the last days of Washington. Alluding to a subject which has agitated the minds of the American niblift for more than half a century the subject of the final disposi- tion of the remains of this great man the writer remarks that he ne- ver even gave a hint of his views or wishes in this respect believing doubtless that his ashes would bo claimed as the property of the na- .tion aud entombed with national honors. After his decease the high authorities of the nation begged his remains for public interment in Washington. They were granted by his venerable wife on the con- dition that her own remains should be interred by the side of her hus- band in tho national tomb. l?or the purpose of carrying out this com- pact President Monroe caused two crypts or vaults to be formed in the baseme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 April 1854

iiiiii uli i iwMiismwi Sm TEXAS STATE .GAZETTE. APRIL 8 m - mm eexs K .Sl3 i i i i THE WAR THE EA'st; r CZAR NICH0LA8. t "MANIFESTO OP WSiiaw already Informed our beloved nnd faithful subjects of the prog iofs ordiir aliagrcbmonts with the Ottomnn Porto. 1 ?SInco then although hostilities have commenced wo have not ooascd sin cQwly to wish as wo still wish tlio cassation of bloodshed. Wo oven cntcr- tjin5d the hope that relloctton and tittio would convince tlio Turkish Govurn- TflBhYbr its misconceptions engendered by trenchorous instigations. In vhioh tfur just demands founded on treaties have been represented as attempts at Its 'Jnabpo&'denoo and veiling intentions of aggrandizement. Vain however havo Veonrur expectations o far. " Tho English and French Governments hnvo sided with Turkriy and the appearauoo of tho combined (leots at Constantinople served as a further incen- ttvfl' toils obslinacy ; nnd now both tho'Wcstorii Powers without previously 'doclafihff war haro sent t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 April 1854

mmqjmriaregwmujatmnji maraa TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. ! M f'JW 5i i rfflfej &m 1 MECHANICS WAGON CAIUiIASE-MAICIN TRIMMING Ac. THOMAS j fore )MAS . LAUGHLIN Informs his friends nhd tins public that Ills shop :nmGti tho above business. Is on Pecan street onnoslto 111. mi in... warehouse of Snciicc A Turner. Ite I nrcimrod to make or rctmlr Wartfons. ntui nw. -i.. nnil trim Carriages In the most nent and substantial manner promptly mtil on moderate terms. He Is (Ictcrmtncil that his werkstiAM. give satisfaction both as to style of cXccut'.tin and prompt. Itude In filling orders and tlicrcforo solicits a share of public patronage. lie )ms 0n hand n large quantity of well-seasoned lumber for stocking Plows and Will tlojobs la that line In a sij. jicrior manner. 32-y Austin March 30 1S.M. WILLIAM jr. SHARP llmiNO mill Sign Pnintrr Glitzier ami I'nUfr-IIaiiRor offers his professional services to the cltliens of Austin nnd its vicinity.. (From long experience and a thorough knowledge or his...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 April 1854

1 I' If- V t l'l . Mi SOUWTTY F nKIi OITAMffifl' Vii-.f .iM.nnB nnfrTIU. tMlfMVTTY CI " yiJiiuu qj.v V. ."-"irtK.Ti h....i i-wmsnpjUt Peilr n Fusion Iim"SS lift retlUonlri tlio Blslrlcl Court of said county W 'SpKfiiM n1 iTm Ki teBKTrftV l Teal hnd fraticln Tesl licfra ar Jol.n Teal dq. and Htuftlo on t tc iicon hi sum timuui iiouik rn. ilmjecof Charles Swearlngen; nnd affidavit having been mad V . t ... .3 il..llm femTsiils regies beyond U-e limits Jf 8Mo of Texas : These roun( tlinl sou summon by nubllcnllon tlio Bald Vriiiicl? Teal In the . UCCeslvo Week to I nnn npicar iu mo iicxi icnu vi ri A.eotllie 0f c n.ii -. Mi .ot-hnilt Hnrtilitv niter tlln MriL MonilnV in April .. ' AllUIIlUIiy tftFSltlirplbra til command you Sfinf tfazclla nt Austin for foor 'KCnr'Va'ld SlHlS 7V IleVJin fall not" n.1 Mit yu then rind there thU writ llh ..(C..I ... .. --- - M-tifcrt tv ti lnMiirttifi r.iorir nr Hfiiu umru Ann mo ten muix-m a "'?. "" " VII '. " ""' w it niom in ni.i. TltfS.l HcUton .! tb ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 April 1854

. t Wa " WMPVM I WML . s-S . .ihlMA ' . -ft V4? . o. i - itffcliuMC- f-JT r T . ..-qM?; : m m if VOL. Y. AUSTIN. TEXAS SATURDAY APEIL 15 1854. NO. 31 vsWMPssafcai tf-Sr Jl jgni-tw .. . i s --- v.VlMs)s: S3f2MSfcS&as --?fesrfS;i.'wTOfiJES3 ... w -. . --vaaraE?: "TSca . "-J. r n. 1" ..i:. J.' 1 -. ! I i.-... - . - .!JH--?!' - WfiyftXt'ny TV'.VVY " VS)gi Wi" xVjWn&vt'7&g&- H A jraa ' s 'a r ti r fi -i 4J v wbcrwjke?:-- . - in- 'ifraRw-'.awwwfei xv 4 &. i t m s i wmMs:mmrmr mjmgs3w2 a If r 1 w v "I n& IS L J- i-J "" II ! IIIHKWWX'IWW IIW ""!"! - ' "'w 'If I i -mihium in I i r L I . . . I I II I I I I . thus ttlxas state g-azbtte. 1'uMlsIicil weokly by .lOSF.l'Xt XV HABIl'XOX State I'riiitcr. TEKMS: Tiinsi: Pota.ins per volume or firty-twr. numbers ir paid In advance or within sjne mouth from the time of sulneiibiiig or Kw I)nu.Ai If not thus paiil In advance. Adverttf ing. Advertisements will bo lntcrtcd nt One Dollar per square of six line or less Oils sire type...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 April 1854

fit' 136 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. APEIL 15. w TEXAS STAT E P. A 7 1? n m Edited br WITT. R. 8CPBBY and J. TV. HAMPTON. fcl PITY OF ATJSTIff SATURDAY APRIL 15 1854. AVo nre authorized to announce JOHN I). COSTA n candidate for re-clcctlon (o the ofllco of CMef-Jusllcoof Trarti county at tliB-emuing August election. . Ve nre nuthorlsed ti announce JOIIN M. COSTLY n candidate for reelection to tho office of Clerk ol the District Coart of Travis count at the .ensuing August election. We nre Authorized to tmnounco ASTIFORD II. McOILTj n candidate for re-election to tho otllce f Clerk of the Count Court of Travis county at the ensuing August election. TVe are authorized to announco OEOUGK W. SCOTT a candldato for re-election to tho ofllco -of Sheriff of Travis count at tho ensuing August-elcctlon. PBT Wo are authorized to nnnounco JAMK3 U. SHAW a candidate for re-election to tho .ofllco of uompir.oner or we eiaio 01 lexas ai inc ensuing August election. rrkT" We nro authorized to announce JAM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 April 1854

'HftTHHWilrMfcrtMVf f gptmmBWpp! 1851 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 237 who credits out goods by dim purchased on credit docs not drnw in- terest ou his liabilities he receives no interest on his note to the east- ern merchant but on the contrary he more frequently pays interest. To answer his fifth interrogatory we will suppose that the county of Caldwell has $G0()00 in gold and silver in circulation and this sum is the amount required to conduct its trade. A bank with 20 000 of that gold and silver is established in the county and it issues 00000 in paper ; is it not evident that tho G0000 in gold and silver being displaced by paper in the county circulation will be taken out of the county for employment and will the circulating money of the county be either increased or benefitted by such an operation 1 Thankful for small favors we feel grateful for being classed among the leading journals of the State and in consideration of the compli- ment shall proceed to answer the questions propound...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 April 1854

jmtfiBk7F&msrrsisii') i imM.imisestdbm t'jbaiiMjggiiiJiiiWi'' ?Q T1M&' ST1T1 1 APBIL15 GrAfflSE J . H8B0 ydP fTt" (4W 4 JwjijftWBUFiM '" MWSffF IWBrro'ITBD' STAtTfSv " J&A .PnmoA nt the riwt BcHrt ot tl.b TIUjrfriTljIfrl Congrc. -Hff !' Public No. 1. AJN'AGT ennoerhing the district contts of tlic tfnitod States in California. - - lie it entitled H M Stnatc nnd House of Representatives of the United States ' of America in Con grctf Assembled Tirat there slmll be appointod by the Frest- t4i c.S. rtuk. Smir. bv nnd with the ndvicc nnd consent of the Senate f.s .-.?. U(iw frtrflu! Southern iudiftinl district heretofore established mv the State ofi California 5 nnd that! the sextons of the district court dt ban Jose Stockton-!nnd Sacramento nro hereby abolished. And in caW of the' sickdjess' or other inability of the district judge lor the Jt&outhem district of California to hold the term of the district court nt uifie ftlaccs prescribed by lw or nt either of them it shal...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 April 1854

emiuw.i imiiinntiaaBfanaa tuirtnjB -"-lili"-"Llf LJ "'! lintmmtiyaimMnawjaKBgeg mawWiKgteUytMi TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. Iskcndar Boy the Itasliine- Sahnirr. Tlio following sketoli of the character and prowess ot nn officer in tho Turkish service whoso personal prowess and chivalrous dccds'bn the fiuld or battle rival those of Mh rat and remind us of 'he pirnes of romance is given by a correspondent of the Daily News and3 is dated at Kalafat : ; ' It is to be regretted that at the moment when his services nvo most needed Iskcndar Bey one of the best officers iii tho Turkish army who commanded the outposts should be confined to his bud by severe illness afWiddin. In the action at Citate he was ridino- furiously down the street of the village heading a charge of hi! troops when the horse of a Cossack who was advancing to meet him was struck by some shot and fell immediately in front of him. Iskcndar Ecy continued his course and leaped over the prostrate bo- dies of the Russian and his hore...

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