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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 24 August 1844

K " M • ■ 'M1 . J í I ' ' ' l*"*' * I *'' am and wni «ink baíow tbo coura 1 pqisutng. and ifSaeo «re scarcely noticed. Olí try th^-4ejoer«t« ndyenture of distant climates, " okrüpt nHlbpea or i|| health, are never again h«L With some, folly, does the work of time; and , perhaps, ar? recognised amongst those whosig- Jiaed ihtsmuelv.ys in the feverish «ti ifo of pnliticn, are recommemorated having fallen iri «omo bril- ¡¿ntiachiovement. We diverge fiom Ibes drawn from i same point, pursuing similar directions, but «el— jdum leuuiiing. Oúr permanent connexions are geri Lrally formed ttt a later peiiod, yet the heart still feels jai'Diething wanting, and as we look around for it in Iviiii, the happtuess of our first ¡.ffectlooe is magnified |l>y being seen tbiough the purer atmosphere which the Imorning innocence has cast around them. This may I be common.place but our feelings are all so—it is on- [tyin their intenseness or direction that we difiei. Manufacturé op taper. The followi...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 24 August 1844

mmg* _ K. - > ^K. i .. j Kt • M M J> I mum m .'vluiiJa nsation must the whole as 'iearce- elj past the ents, in use*¿ men he h%d u 141 r¿«thW l)tt tij liTT faipily and immediute frio c'iütin urity i'eels and mourn* Iy leas afflicting Though he irj.'u uiug of his days, ill talent, in eci fulness, mid in toe esteem uf his fellow u.-iivud al á point which is.seldom reached by other; except through u long life of patient study and indus- try, aided by high natural gifts. No man in the com* ui-Juiiy could have died whose Ioí would have been mno generally and Aorinusly felt, or whose place it Would be more difficult to supply. As a Judge he was not only the" pride arid ornament of his. District, ibx: Supreme Court, whereiiis opinions were 0/ the .first authority. As a man and as a citizen, in '«hurt, in all tbe.vaiious relations of life in which he st:>ud, ho was nut'only without.reproach, but esteem- ed, roajweted, and beloved. A returning officer neglecting to make bis return o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 31 August 1844

w-...o,,. tík 4 k f: * •■i til i-til x1'1'-'"": "•*"ttá" n,|, ÍOIJ.1 Hll. >| 'l' [ WíaM «u -ut.ii bilí* )V/ :? i! H.I P¡ Birv kwnv \«wfcr — <*• M*P? " At #3 ¡>Jr utmñí payable sdbiiaiibitig — or $ It) ut ' weekly for lbs onlintry 4i)(V,KttXUINp-« 01 rfN^^.WMcb^.UfcWi said. Wore.ii*o *«i>r Wl «0 frdr «írtrt pfcyable wiYh.n ix mouth* JJjSM "T fly friHfhp i M if. , (V/ gitii mí) Lgbiliniinua .j i iiV (¿f*aÍj BrW ic haa recognized the hidepeháé'tfce of Vbw -nytjnrh nne dollar for (he «tnHhw iXww *dV having ^biietA*, ¿he.to d«ftA Mills iif'aééin fifty cent?. Kighr tifie nv kn.,%.. .thai independence titiblly and foftnally est'ab'Kkhed, an* su once «. week $I ugPHWifcily <*♦* £,riaed, especially l>*'Mfcxicb.'"^ iJ.itftiUvi'ftv « *«*.• 'la* ¿n WT li.-^vñ bai i «i SuifaeM-Gr^titufirjtiruii'tf ' donfctfriWd'; .«MuV[i8to mrwt V¡ * dqual f or th eafanM,'\Ht>aé<ÉK v- dtf filfal W J - ui iwsiuki ü u wTiire- '" j iiri'ftyMMlrt* MÑlí/ba^ fitttje atiilittiflyotVir/likV llUi?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 31 August 1844

. ..*• UST 31 ¡Wf Oileans. passage, the vo rival 7, bee uinudajaoo fe give such new as cume by this ar- j£#; ^' «I®1 38 The latest news from Mexico, received at New Or leans* is by (be schopuer Kosiia, which sailed from Vers Cruz on the 5tb inst. Nothing baa been done or aaid in relation to the payment, of that portion ofthe indemnity to tbe U. S. which baa been due for aome months past. . Tbe ''proposed invasion of Texae" continues to be discussed, tboogb but little progress sppeara to have been made in carrying out tbe measure. The Sec- retary of War, on tbe 93d July, promulgated the^ fol- lowing as tbe proportion of troops to be raised from tbe different departments named in order to form an army for tbe purpose f tbe ignorant oi corrupt authors of these acta, and ntbem,were morefre- and beld accountable by.tbe people for the injury which tbey inflict, and legislators se lecled with regard to their own qualifications, rather From contrary winds thé iban their party preferencesoi ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 31 August 1844

iám . .A V Opel* your mouth seldom, andnaver but to the point •ltd purpose, Shut it closs when misjudging fiiend- ship, holds the glass to yoúr lipa. FINISHED. A sketch from Noah' Messenger- A woid in general use ai>d ofveiy signifiicant im- - port. ,, A' young girl who lias passed thiee yeari, ¡n a bii'ardingWhuol, githercd a wupei& .ial knowledge of her. own language and the Preuch; acquired a pro found knowledge of dancing, with a fashionable ' knowledge of music, is said to be finished—that is, ...ready for a husband'. A student who has passed tour years at a college learned to rob a hei. roost, drink rum, smoke cigats, play at games of chace, and fcpeud the liberal allow- ance of á kind parent in every species of unworthy excess—makes a common place speech receives his diploma, and is fiuished; ,That is ready for the devil. The piodigal, who wastes at (he gaming table and'in the haunla of debauchery,a splendid patrimony and then blows out his brains in a fit of, dispair,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 31 August 1844

a carpenter, being u BMBuft, olio of I ho cami- beit IM Ii - to t ID « l ft «ttatéuoe b« wu from t¿ie o who bo 0ÉW tho pUiotiff? The carpenter }, /ij«t four feet firs tache* and a ^lf." tío, fellow," «aid cojiiimJ, bow ia it pn# at you can be «o vary e*aot aa to the dia- "I thought/' aaya ihe carpenter, "that <me or other might ask me, and ao 1 ineasured it'', It ia a miaiaka to imagino that only the violent paaaiona, aucb m ambition and lore can triumph,'n-' ver tho reat. Idleness^ languid aa aba ia, o fien maateta, them all; ahe indeed, ii.fluoncea all our détigna and actiora, and inaenaibly couaurotsa and d eat roya both paaaiona aud virtuea, ' Punning PrUontrt,-~'f\\e wag Punch aaya, ¿raw- ing upon tiia own inexhaustible fund 'of humor for the information that a petition from the inmates of an American prison vtraé lately preaented, praying that the. Tree of Liberty 'might b¿ planted in the yard, aud ifeltaacb priaunex bo allowed to cut hia stick! J, HMLL1BS & Co. ." Ag* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 September 1844

j I m Bfi I'M ■i, M h ffl im I * fi JW* LI8HKD liVERV YVEDNRSUAr AND SATURDAY. •8 pinrvnum payable within stfnonths aft«r the lima of an fur each insertion,. f-j Jd. —HI ,...,..,, leuws on business ,<>f t^ia oflico must be post paid or they will Hot be latent!-out ofthé post office. CAltDS-^nf steam bom an J other passenger'and annimbe- «sent of candldates For officii, are considered and charged u* ad- •dvertixei|ieiits. i? . ID*MurriuKt> and obituary notices of more then three lines in *ngth are emerged as adverlistuinti'. ■WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1844. ■< , THE ELECTION In this county has resulted as follows. For President. ,, ..." Burjoaon At the Tremont - 101 Shaw's - -247 Bulivar - ' 12 'Dickinson - - 00 At 350 For liej)rei<t tali«e. r. M'Leod. ¡the -Tremont 48. Shaw's*> ¡^. 198 Bolivar, 11 n JMeM lSft«vi \«í 5 '00 • ' 183 'Dickinson .1 .Uk 00 257 MrJrriman 156 73 5 00 234 !, disposition on tlvg,pait ofthu British Governmuut tr> thwart the policy of the Uni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 September 1844

*>'■ m JÉR precinct, In (hi*« ■■■■ lO Y itf T TV and Me t a majority of 191, and tli# latti vote Leod. giving the stter of 37 in the ived election returns but from! o? country., Tho following compri- se* «11 that we hate received : Harris-—-Lynchburg, Bu/tesoij 64, Jones 39 ; Gousc Creek, Burleson 37, Jones I. It is reported ibat Burleson is about 80 ahead in Harris, at and below Houston ¿ upper preciuciS tu litar from. Liberty—Anahuac, Burleson 35, Jones 34. Brazoria county—San Luis precinct, Burleson 13 <roi«at Jones 1; Liverpool, Burleson 27, Jones 7; Columbia, Jones 25, Burleson 10 ; Bailey's Proiiie. Burleson 27, Jones 3; Oraaimbo, Burleson 13, Jopeé lj Hall's Bayou, Burleson 7, Jones 1; Cho- colate, Burleson 7, Junes 0. . Sabine—At the Pass, Jopes 13, Burleson 0. Tiftj fjliówiiig i au vátract it out a Utter of the Mexicie correspondent of the N. O. Republican. '' I absolving question of the day here was £iát of Texas until a lew daya since wbeu the Diplo- matic Correspon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 September 1844

I 1 W * ' • Uooh tiií bu fell iulo u bruwn /uv* I IM,,« however, eny great idea that I had ¿nado * convex and indeed, if 1 had his next words would ha*f"^ pelled the illuaipu. For still harping upon the 'fctber of tuaka," he aaid, almoat with a aigh, tM'd that.there is only 0119 part of the pis? wtA U forbidden ; but, uuliiokiiy our prophet mention which. Moy Clod have mercy on UB/«" ' "Ameti(!' 1 rettDondud and • we changed, t[( couversalipji.—Mr. Hay'* Wet/em Barbary. laferioi, Ordinary, COTi'ON New mttow — Liraarooi. ousincitu 1 ddling Fair, Good Fair, Good and Fiae. NEW ORLEANS MONEY MARKET. Dollar* and half dolían Dimes and lmlf dime , American gold, Sovereign*, : . Twenty Crane pieces, . Doubloons, Spanish, da Patriot, . . London, 60 days do ahorl Boston, '60 day*, . Philadelphia, (30 day*, do «hurt Baltimore, 60 day*, Learnín rut in the bole,—A knot of rustical /wortbiea were convened rouud the fire in the. bar room of an American village tavern. The black- smith, and.b.aiber...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 September 1844

;rt ? . i* ' im ¡r-l htve i 'ifits AM® Hifl wjp&itoto j --,^.-.-rr^_^ d tho wood the billowy audi. !«-°a"' oiling doep, * J ;*r • ' t,. A I. Mr Beaaley Mr Mar; LBTTER* ,• >m«, *I« IT. ub,I ; r ff -fjfeffi'; I & '** y y ' ■*> award I glanco with ai ' All bound iji my f For mine i th >dy of an untaipod thing—- c The fetterless and the free. ^ ' Obi mine a/óthe «parkin orsunny gold,— And mino it iho loamy oreai; And the «hanging «lúas all thair hue unfold, On lb« mirror of my bright breast. \ • . .4ttl mine are (he ihowore o/gliltering'«pray, 4 Which I da.h on the pebbly atrandi . "4 the mii'itei miije-pf the wind'# oA lay. "Irai the epi^t laitf* ' . « career the wliiteájled bark nt Indino shores with a'cij wild (airéete " ; *■ ■ . bopf of wryh, ' darkened form I roar, ocean path. - hen in thunder break ing outgo, - the cold Wind shrieks i, mino hour of pride, jko mo, to guide blueses, . me «hull sleep cavo; may stay tho sweep - ¡equalled wave! yeW, #n eminent painter,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 September 1844

pi t Í J '•íS'wl? ,y• C>' /tor H. STUART. .jpwrrfl.1. ,11. , 0 . i--^^ mi y ii'i ; >.■ ¿n ■ 1 T i f .? i—t"f '■■ v '■ ■? — ' ,■> ■ «v i ',)i|. ■> ^ ni;-y V«nuuvui evzby wepne*va*<. ANft «ATffftDAV. . j hartase our pr.iucipal ppqysiiy? tqteréqf,,. ^N^veniMí -95! ■GXLV ESTOJA SATUR less, wo think this provision in> the treaty was 8 Very unwise on«, and gives a foreign power greater room |to opérate upon'our' domeétic policy than it is safe to grant." 'l'*''¡' '. '; - •. , :"j * •> «aoh subWqiirfniiinMiiiion.-fifty-sente.!; ElghHum make a- r«.j Ad* ertiseumnU inverted once u weak $1 par.faqtutfe fff iBfyfiiun.. ' if f | é Utters oh business of tjie'ófliae uíimt be post paid or they will ■ot be tafceh>Birt-bfthéj|ta¿t ofItoe¿ •. .,>> , : ..v - .,i CARDS—-of Steamboat and other passenger, and lyinonce. Miatorbsndulateéfsr office, are cousider«d und charged a* ad- ^djertisemant.. , ' . , CrMarriti/f.) and obituary notices ol more than three hnesrri snglhare c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 September 1844

' ' ; " I®# ■ WPSIfI •v I MBER 14. 1844. aBTURNS^-Coiitijn . CninrW San Fitriclo, official Matagorda, do Colorado, reported Fayette; believed aorract Baatrop, repotted Jackson, Victoria, up in the Mi.-xLtui and iu tome cases let tera from this Government bare been refused or un- aiiaweied by the peranna tu wb««i «b'ejr «ere address ed, from the fear that ib. v "ould become iha objects of persecution, a. the *«d •ll"dy uf •«•P « ou, to the Mexican '¡S 66 maj for Burleson. 165 S00 S39 3 0 47 * • millions aatothe ^en- It la idía t< indulge Jii'iea'* pros- aral reau't, without^ a> ^ though Burleson stock pacta ate •"''jfoewhut a n. a the receipt of the a bore I baaBd aV(1.ch give him a majority of some hundred*' *JWriroteathua fur heard fiom, though; several bun «(red abort of the eatimate of hi liienda, made pri o |o the e,lection, which estimate only gave him a raa« Jority of a'jout 70Ü in'tba Republic. We are without election new# from Eastern ami Middle Texaa^aince our last pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 September 1844

<7" yrfaJfitft'|)Ou« woman, who was ever and anna ovrrl«4ikit-jt her husband, (a thin, lai.k personage, With ■ hfby in hi* arna, wbo exhibited «very mmk (lif prolonged Miirjfinre (in «ep'y to a m««ek c<>ni- |>la!ni oti hi* part of fatigue and th# expression of a tbe tidiss might pet over her m-licknfu, MI never mw a nan conduct an new, lijé Ihea «/-the globed airth. If I'd ha' k own «har you was goin* to aet in ihiaway 1 wouldn't ha' fetched yon I" The gentleman straightway sang the "'Lay «f tbe Henpecked," to the ctyiug baby, and araa thenceforth at mum as an oyatei. THE FLIGHT 3F TIME. • M i. O..KUITU. faintly flu , thou falling river, Like a dream that diet away; Down the nceau ffticliiijr erer, ' , Keep thy culm. tin ul-d way! Time with such a siieul motion Ploata along on wings of air. To eternity' tlirk ucean, Burying all iu treasures therei llosas bloom, and then they wither; Chock* are bright, then fade and diet Shapes of light are walled hither, Then/like'vislon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 September 1844

u ra Í it :'A í/li/j.—It it gotierblH knóV - r Iiuve recently be? en it upon a auukeo vessel in the ; Point, which tb*y suppose to be Kidd and to be rich with the n treasure. A Writer says in ligeucer ridicules the enterprise, ■Herts that Kidd never went up the Hudson and con eludes, with identifying the sunken strip as follows: , Arto the wreck of the vessel found at the entrance to the highlands; persons may be^ liviiig at this day who'saw it burn. eixty seven yeaia ago, and win# could now point out the spot where it suuk. It is probab'y the remains of one of the two American frig- ates destroyed on the nighf of the 6th of October, 1777, when I'hjr't Montgomery was tulci/n by the tírki^b upder the command of dren. Sir Henry Clinton . An account, of these vessels, written on liie 9th of October, 1777, says < .We were under the disagree ble necessity oí desUoyi/ig Fyrt CouBtis'ution after removing part'of the stores, and of burning the fri- Ífáles Cóoj^dájIaBdjAlóntgdiííery, to '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 21 September 1844

/ia* 8M jjj 03. : 1 GALVESTON- SA' ■BBBggSBMS- __ 'ill I I'll I '"1 «W,,. •V4-.1 r|' >fi£ FEttX yrpa/NEa^u AB P pA-rinoAY.y, I At «S3 por. nutnri pnva|ile wiilitii ^if month* after llie thno of Bbícribliiíf-ior $|0ut ili« and iif the.yenr, Also, published Ibekiy fiir tHo 4n rt>Wy,'a«$#Pr nrifinth pnyatilo In aftvatioff. ' jyi'íRTIüIdiG—One (U|iiar<4,'\)lio HiVllifr fór llie first ¡nse*- ~t inyvrlipn fiAjítontí. Jiight line* nnikd, IV MÍmvHmt W JRHR— I "«••o- JAiJ ^rf8 !meot3 iiis«ried mice.a we##].. pfysqlmre Ven* | Uirt. r oncb IhíéVlinnl tlerkon bnsiheg* of itic'dWc¿Sítrtí í'L% post n-jjtl or tl'ioy will it tin Inkftfi <*nt ol'thfl post aHifcu. • i ; i i CAIIDS—Iif 5tflaoil)o*t'nnfl tnker passqnger. and rtnnnnba- nut of candidatos for bflisc, aro ccnujidored unJ cb&rgedss ad- Ivrrlv<fiiiiAnts." ICTMurriiifSB (ih^ cKtimry fi'riiicoa oí moro tfiotí ifirpe lines in jglli arc cliargoil/ns aifvnrtianxüiH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1.8, 1844. •. ELECTION RETURNS.—CONTINÚE ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 21 September 1844

i Ér- &. r wtísm moni* SATURDAY. •í (^Inconsequence of a change Sí0ur " subscribers bav * «n emitted i y paper.' "be obliged by an intimation of iba bet, ^« «Tur subscriber i Ui.ua overlooked. TI «uttei Woodbury arrived here oo Thurs- day morning from New Orleans, and will, we under- stand, remain until relieved by another ipaael. We nnderatand that tbia measure ia adppted in conse- quence of the uncertainty and delay* which have an frequently interrupted the communication o/ the U. - Stale* Government with our uwo; 4 ^ 'mrnmmmmm + We bear of the appearance of the worm on several cotton plantations on the Colorado, Brasses, and Trin- ity b'tit it is hoped that the season is sufficiently aJ- vanced to pro vent any great injury to the ciopa from this cause. After a season unusually dry, though not sufficiently, so we believe to ha,ve injured the props, we have bad' frequent showers WitHiu' the last few days, with what effect upon the .interest ol the plan- ter we are unable to say...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 21 September 1844

'W3 ~0~t in iheporég of the vfood. tlio eut faco becomes bard #wd smooth like glass. «I soy, Pete, does you know Üey "kyep ojalera /rom smelling in ihe hot teat* ob wedder? <r -*i don't link I'doea, Sam—how'd dey do W •Wby, tley cüt dar noaea off, and dey can t smell tiutiin. OytfcS yahl yahl—what ou umpcnuin iratUP -nigger you ¡al • . Puúch saya that he once aaw a farther Knock nía •eon down, and ho thought it the moat striking ptc— lure of tandown be ever beheld* Ridicule.—It is said that ridicule ia the teat of truthj it is iieve,r appiied. but when vve wié to ■de- ceive .oureolvus; when if we cannot exw-ude the lig it, we are fain <to draw a-curtuiti before it. ine sneer springs out of the wish to deny? and wretched must be the etatp of that mind wb¡cb¡desirea to take refuge in ¿oubil But the iueiincfof light and w°ng ta im- mutable; all others voices may be silences, but not bat in ourselves. Slander and scandal differ much in the mannor of their attack. Slander ia V the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 21 September 1844

m ■ Sfflf Serpent Sure ÉnougAÍ—The paper# (good *>* atuV crew of \he scboon- «¿ grown fc.good deal in nitig bigger around than feét tyng^íThe crew1 of the «choobér fired á siwiveV loaded with musket ball's Irity ihe.Bnake, (then raised ot lei st twentyl.friefrtut of : , the water,)'anditbe shot evidently took effect, as ho reared>his erlOrmous tail, made a,tremendous splash In the vyater. and dove towards the vessel. The crew Were very much frightened, as they, supposed.he was abDuit to make fierce bailie, 'but he !did not rise in- sight again.' Now llieso morí («aya the N Y. Cou- rier) .must all have told the •'grossest and most egre- gious falsehood, or there is'realU)', after all, in ihe ex« istence of the eastern sea serpent; for there is no eh^hce for mistake in fhe ease. The facts, it ii well to add, have all been sworn to before a justice of the ' peace. ■ • ' 51%e prices; if Brea I Stuff —Foreign, Exportation^ -<Not withstand log the price of P.lowr has got down Id ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 September 1844

■ BC= BY H. STUART. ■ • / GALVESTON SATURDAY Ajxn [ t .¡sabieril ISMED every wednesday ano SATUllDAY. «•n*m payable v lthi| month after the time' oí 1—orfIOut the end of tbe year, Alao. pnblwhed r (be country, it $5 per annum payable in advance. ADVERTISING—One square, one dollar Tor the first inter -lion, faeh subsequent insertiun fifty cents. Eight lines make a in*arted °"ce " Weuk Í1 per square •tiara on business oTthe office roust be poal paid or they will arat betaken gut of the post Office. CARDS—of steamboat and other passenger, and annonce- neat or eamjidataafor office, are considered and charged as aU- •dvertixeuinnts. ' fafMiirriage and obituary notices of more than three line* in « gth are charged as adrertismentu WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1844. ©LECTION RETURNS.—Continued. . Cdun'.iei. Austin. BrSSSOS Bexai, Brazoria, Bastrop, Colorado, reported Fayette, Fort Bend, Gonzales; Galveston, ' Harris Houston Harrison Jefferson, Jasper, Jack Sony Montgomery, do Nacogdoches Rober...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 September 1844

- i EMBER 28. 1844 T rains have veiled, tbU vicinity during We apprehend that cotton in tbe of tbe tained tíousiderable damage. Íío^iitell'igepcé :has*yet'ré&cbed this érty in l.rqeiit of a JiJ¿4 fof thU'D.a .strict. w - t Ex-Goyerner Moore, of Alabam'a, died recently i Marshall cppnty, in iba Gist year of his age.— He had but recently removed to this ..country. Had-General Burleson been elected to tbe PieBi- dency, we^believa that the friends oí bis opponent would have^acquiesced i the selectipn'of thfe major- ity pf the people without a minmui". During Jbe canvaBS the ?uppprters.of Dr. • Jones wbre calm and courteous (6 wards tbe candidate and parly to when ¿hey «toad opposed, and,hoving*succoeded in electing their man, they have now ibe greater reason, and ean the better afford, to remain so. It is natural for ade- feated party to indulge a little chagrin and irritation; IjUt these things are more excusable in them than an indecent and insulting exultation or. tbe part of ih ...

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