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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 September 1849

Sraff3sH MMMMgBMttMMjOjtoBftrjljfij3BMlBBMBW ? 18491 ITil ... . k . apprehend it would not have avoided me iinnKrupt'sdiscitargo H it had been admitted tlitil he resided in Texas up t the lime of Ins going over to iowl?rleans ana uiKing up u temporary resi donee there fur the purpose of seeking Hie benefit of the Imnkiupt law of tlu Unhid Slate. It may have been the honest inler- 4 pretation he put mi the law that he had a right lo do so: and if wrong i' hii const Miction the presumption is that his appliea tion would have been reject ed ty the court to which lie applied. v Whether a to nporary residence or n permanent domiciliate the rMit lo the app'icaut wer- questions that peculiarly belong. cd to That court and therefore every thing done u the part ol i the bankrupt is perfectly consistent with honesty aul fairness i On the trial in the court below the judge was not called upon to decide on the legal effect of a foreign bankrupt law out of the limits of his ovi'u territory. Whet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 September 1849

i ii nwuPDMnpi mWMmmmmmxzgssasi .. .-. dLSr4E:r-:2wtei-ji- vox iiiXiMVi ".iif ronJ.lt Jitu .Ufmi iWl . 8! IDS I i l f It fr' F& ft. mi 1 Tfi&f Woileariibfrom -the l Himlsvjllol ifornicr of jho-25th u). that Col.'JJ B. 'lYTcGbwn hos'bobli ttti(li6rizbd by governor Wood td1-qisd hhbthck- riotiVpiuiy' pT rrlngbre Which' will 'rendeavbiis'nl tills pf'uco'oh' the 15th iu'st.lhilU Serve on tho ToxrtS frontier; for n period or six months. Willi n foy companies of experienced rangers in addition (Hup prf'sontntlmberf disciplined diagoons undoMhe cninmnhd-iff tho gallant Uitruey) these tncfcjloss snya- :g(ls"vho' li'ovo beciv recently prOXvlihg upon our borders and bftVclieHiitfnnr'bltifcens! will find ii prudent to emigrate hi search of tppre sttfo nnd congenial quarters. K'Tho Memphis Convention meets on iho 23d ofnext 'iBOilhV Tlio Charleston i;iir5 have re-published thb list of de Joverhor rtt South Carolina some time utatinh from ihis'dtnta in that 'legates nppoi.nte'd by the Uo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 September 1849

Wfpa!S "Ba 1849.. 1 CI O ). BijSWUl if 2- r' r . .e li' is n! is irv a of I hi of the panwils uion proppnv lyni&willfln IliellcOuiifles niid'lfo o nisikcWtte jtite of such piviiienij. on ifTe mils with wliu It thuv Iiiivl been I'ltinlieil. P.iy inuiils iii.kIc uinici" -ucli iluiiiiinui4et vil lie trspt.Tti.il as ilioiigh ihu projieiiy had been luc.t(eil by the payee lying m lite propur tmihlv. ' ' On the S9th ul J iiiutiiy m.si tioiwiiueu you i tii 01 i.inus nssessei: oy me Complrollei lui the jetr IMl-j uht h toiild nol he lotuul listed in your returns) jott will e.irel'illy cotnp te ihi M.iifjm'iit wnh M'tir iNoti-ilesiileiii Uoll I'or ibni 1 year and asieii'iin '! iny nl ilie uo uiy cuntnii ed in ihu same N included in jour nhChsiiienl 5 Midi I so (orulu.ii you ihjnk it intended for Ihe s.inTe il- ili.innli 'mi oxueilv totiis.iuiiulii'Oyoii will ii).iku ihe netsarv entries on our f nFfc t I V? rolls ol Ihawxeh n.iv us; uee nuimikii. Immediately .iiu'i inauiiM yum sales yon wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 8 September 1849

4 V(V ' JQ sen ir-nitM i rmdw0nt'MlAfiUWVm $n? J SNEED & OXDIIAifl - -1 Attorney and Coimticltors in JGmc ; WiW atfnd thoCituils nf Travis and (hi- adjoining counties mid tho Supreini Court ntihi' rlly of Austin lylB Austin. Juno23 1114:1. PYROjN ADAMS & CO. '"X rOBT LAVACA TEXAt. Receiving rewarding and Commission Merchants and genera &5flj JDnnlern in Groceries "c JUItojttNli 0';ONNjfciAfi--'A'ailoi' " : Congress Avcwe Austin ncxtdeorte SisLicrs Hotel . . 1l7C7"''''eep constantly ui hand n fine assortment "f Cl.OfflS V FANC '" V CASSIMERES VES'lINGS.nmlniliiM-WlnterGrods. whirhliewillmak. up in order for small proftt" mkcI hi tlio mum Fushlonabw style fin CAMJ. t: CtJTZ'lMG Xfrraptty attended to. nf Aug. 2.30.. 1849. - - - - - i for SAI.E A HOUSE & LOT Immediately West nf tho General Land Office. En- quire of 2i if JAMES V WEBB. .1 Ml JLONE. STAR UOTEJL--$an Harts?. MTHE UNDERS1G.NBD Inform tlm public thin lie ha opened n Ilotut F Entertainment jirdrr I'm )mic numt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 September 1849

MlamotOE V H itiirjMjiHytiii iiiii .TTiWi - t r i tiww-fk' . n Am -itVf r -.tf- - If -ii - jjo yfi; "'1 ' i ') ' i ii f" I N GAZETTES 1 JkII in 3fn; rrH) jj.n ' ' -i' vol i AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1849. L& r ATE O J. THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE Is published on Saturdays ' ' ' EST WHilLIAlU Bfl". ClffSHWEY. i ' i T EllIS. t p SUBSCRIPTION. Pour Dollnrs pur Volume cf fifty-two numbers.1 Single number? Ten Cents'.' In nil cases payment in adv.incc vill bu required oi'Sub- .scribprs living tint of the County of Travis or the amount assumed bv a resnon ible resident of the City 6f Austin. In (his particular there will be no respect of peison-j or deviation from our terms on any account whatever ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square if seven lines or less for the first insertion and filly cents ior each continudnce. One-half these charges will be made to those who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. . Business Cards of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 September 1849

"t WW"' - r '& m-' n n tin urt u W n fyt If. ;A- v - . rosy sf iTmarai .WFZZTZiXiXliBmtf -.1. t .nsr .-aiga. I "t JUaJjsgturraKaaiiM.i -sa.-.insarn-r. " " - " ' ' ' . " SEPT. 15. . tliocost side of tho street nud between the Vcramendi Houso and the square was fired nnd burned down the first xr second night. So much for tho building on the Street. On tho.firat street west of tho Garza House is situated tho Navarro.House which is sc-naratcd'-from ilia sauaro bv a street. . This house wns sained on tho morning of tho third day otter a desperate resistance by tho enemy. Here it was that tho Mexicans and Texians fought through the same loop holes and" also where they attempted to retako tho buildiujr bv occupying tho roof cutting a hole through ; tiscr. jt.and firiiig on our men They did not occupy this position long ; for no sooner was an opening made in tho roof than our froops opened a fire upon them and drove them oil'. This was uio oniy street irom which uiey coinu uiiuuh uiu uu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 September 1849

P .A. i arn GAZETTE 1849. u i. !W .fc The Washington National Monument Tennessee and several other Sitesrhave recently prepared blocks of marble or other native stone for ho National Monu- ment. Will not Texas do the same 1 By a little effort on the part of some of our public spirited citizens the suggestions of"the Guadalupe meeting could bo very easily carried into effect and a "block cut from the Euchanted Rock and forwarded in season. It is now high time our State was doing something towards secur- ing a representation in tho great national memento of tho Father of his country. It will require but a small contribution to effect this desirable and patriotic object. Who will take the matter in -ud ? QS Navigation of the Sabine River. Zf The Union publishes the proceedings of a meeting held at the town of Milamin Sabine county on the 18th ult. relative to the removal of obstructions to tho navigation of the Sabine river. It appears from the repoits of the commissioners appointed to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 September 1849

g f)pf '! SEPT. 15. f 1 - - .. IrM "ion if' o" 12 m-- fi 8 - vT'yivayS """V -MnwrTw-mo km fmnin .. ... f -vjcja.n iun r . w: m. m.-j ? ' t SMME' COUEiT OP' TEXAS. llMPciticred at the S9tccnibcr Tcrin 1848. ''DB. MADDEN Appellant vs. -THOS. P. SHAPAHD Appellee- iiv. ii . From Washington h Ancwniol will i)ot be granted dn the gruund of newly Jlwovered evidence ' unlws'lhe facts proposed lt be proven by Such evidrncbe disclosed andiet out jjUrUieOpplicatiuji. . . 2. Nor when ibe application. Is supported onlvby the affidavit of the pnrty. : K!J.' A party 'applying for a'new trial on this ground mtfst shows that the evi- ..dcncejinscoinclu his kn -wlcdge Mnce the trial; that housed due dilligencc to discover it previously and that It Would probably produce a aiiTcrent result Upon ajjewrrial . 'lv Tbilisi Conn will not rcvlfca Judgment refuyinpa new trial applied for en - Ihfsuround; unless abatement oi facts beeontalneJIti the record. f ";Whej;leu Jdsticc delivered the Opinion of the Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 September 1849

t TEXAS STATE . GAZETTE rea & 'W Tho Musquito King and Kingdom. The letter of tho British Consul in Now York forbidding nl interlopers and particularly tho denizens of tho universal Yanl' Nation trespassing upon tho dominions of his Majesty tho Mir quifo King lias elicited some cuiious information which pei naps would never navo dcou uruugui 10 ngui diu lorinis iamou consular pronunciamento. The interference of tho Consul i this matter which in no wise concerns his government is so pt-i fecfly ridiculous and such a pieco of impertinent otficiousnov jhat wcie it lint for .tho inability of Great Britain we should n gard it as a disposition to find some pretext to get into a difficult with us. England assumes the protectorate of the Musquito Kingdom ; and. upon that assumption forbids the citizens of this country entering upon the territory which she professes is und&r her pro1 lection. She has. no claims of her own of proprietorship and makes none either on tho ground of conqu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 September 1849

-!-'fe - '" f '?J!::mj-3iUfe I'tl'M. t'Ji.. it 1 - 1 It ' ft. K 'in I ' t J I; ' ;' LI'' ire-' 3U Hii TEX SEPT. 15 . yBpifitaas Rcr.cseHtatfrcs clccUehc.JLegJslatare. acm TiX I SENATOR?.'' "EdWard Burlesort ; Travis? Hny3iCMdwollBhstropaid'Pay- ctto. : . '" ''" '' E.lM--Pease-; Galveston and BiwQriib ' ' v Isaac W. Brasheatv Harris. t : : Albert H'. Latftner ; Rdd River and-Lamar.- . J. H. Moflett ; Libertyy Jeflnrtfon Polk Tyler and Angelina. Isaac-Parker; Houston Anderson and'Cherokcbi 'tJero'nie B. Robertson ; Washington Burleson Milam and' Willirirhsom " ' .-.: Wilds K. Cooke; Iiirnostonc Navurroj Loonj-Robertson- and Br azos f ' &Tavid Y. Portis ; Austin Fort Bend? Colorado La Vaca and' 'WIiart6n. ' J' l ' Aloxander H. Phillips ; Matagorda' Calhoun Jackson Victo- ria jDo Witt and Gotifcales. " ; .'David 0. Tan Derlip j Bexar MedinarGuadalupei Comal Gil- leSpiQind' Santa PC; ' ' . ;. . H. L. Kinney ; Nueces Goliad' Refugio and-San Patricio. Je&? Grimes ; Walker Montgomer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 September 1849

-i . V-v. rCXZXTf .9"-'jiii- y r "'"Hii i&fl t JJUj&t TMAS:$TATE tnj.jj)jii)imira uu..' -' u "' ' ... i ... - -r r . pp Tlio Boston Times announces thut n company is forming in "that cily to introduce the uso of camels upon the grant prairies V)f the West tiring thom on. A few hundred can be 'once .profitably employed between Austin and the Upper Ttio Grande pTIio Cotigressionnl representation from North Carolina stands ns it did in Inst Congress six whjgs three democrats. '' A letter from a Mormon at tlio Salt Lake to his friend in Ohio says: There is an extensive gold mine hero from which many of my neighbors are engaged in digging gold. v Those who work the mines make from $30 to $750 per day each. If a man wants gold-nll ho has to do Is to go and lig it. In fact Miles cash is as plenty here as pine slabs are in Vermont Wo have gold dust gold and silver coin and n paper currency for our own conveni- ence paper being bettor to handle limn gold dust. . Pure salt abounds her...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 15 September 1849

i 1T1 ml-irin-i "i 'i "in 1Jgl""""'r""'j;ilWi's3BgB"BB'i!!W mf(XgSadMm'Strvr-4' math ii.fc mmmmymtomiC r. i-iT O 3 ri v V kt.. St j H 4iH- 4 TlXAS STATE G12ETTE SEPT. 15. -jj-im iuaa; ainm- '-r. TUn undersigned offers for sola tho following Vnluabla tracts of Land belong- ing to the estotn of W Mockfurd dec'd to wit: ' 0v)!U0 s"0""5 In Gonrale County on thu wntoro of FcachCrrok about 10 t 'ixt&nitv. i.i .t.i. ..fn t i .i. i.iti.. ..r t i ii iiiui-n iiiiiii iiiu iuhii ut uumuiuv hiiuwii ns wio ocaiinguv ui oaiuuui iiuuup Creek a brunch of the Nova- QAO Actus sjnmiu in Gnmc( County on Prowiti' do'tn llip hcad-ritrlit of John Mrfitilrn. 64 Actcn. mtuato in Fannin County on tho South side of Red Hirer surveyed in tho r.ilmo of KrnncJ Gmmlil (iml Edward Lnnsfng Smith. v 238 Q Acres situate In Vnnnln cqunty on tho Suth side of Rod Rtcrlmoivn n survey No. 5!) modnin tho naino of Thou Wtn. Word.' i Anyofiih; hI;iim) lands can be eon Jy application to ihogurvcjors pftho several eouirttar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 September 1849

MkMM iilBtSEr mi nil m umnrri --'aj-'- "" f'V -wyvwiaiMiia 'M"'"wsPW!fJ58W"9fl WWWSW98iP ' kI I- Qil $ HH . JL 1 J om a nr TB.M UiiH r IBl 1 ShRBBBsHHIK swfflxwwajsiita3 YOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1849. HO. 5: THE TEXAS STATU GAZETTE Is inilillslicd on Saturdays ay wiumam: m. ovsjuivev. term's SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Volume cf fifty-two numbers. SirHe numbers Ten Cents'. In nil cases payment in advance will be required of Sub- scribers living out of the County of Travis or the amount assumed by.a rcspon- Mble resident of the City of Austin. In this particular there will be no respect of nensons or deviation from our" terms on nn account whatever. ADVERTISING. xdvertis.ements will be inserted at One Dollar per square of seven line.s or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each continuance. One-half these charges will be made to those who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business Can's of Hot more than one square will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 September 1849

"It ini""iiwiiif. SSSwessa (ctstfet M'tt - i ' ' - ' ' i Hi ba mmmm - - fe- 2 - k m - SEPT. 22 to'n for the doubtful chance of winning bnck his beloved Ten- nessee to the folds of thut parly from which as he thought sho had but temporarily strayed In 1839 his friends announced him us a candidate for Governor Tho candidate of the opposite party was No wlon Cannon who then was Governor of tho State and who in hor election two years previously had succeeded by 20.000 VOfflS. 'Strinrn n eut Hi VAr Uxr Ilia rrrnnt nnnnlni-ilv 20000 votes. Strange to say Col. Polk by his great popularity and his unparalleled exertions visiting every county of tho Stale and addressing the people ovorcalme this tremendous majo- rity and. succeeded by some two thousand votes ! Although he was beaten in his two subsequent canvussesfortho samo place.by his antagonist James C. Jones yet it is a volume of eulogy on Mr. Pollys talents and popularity to say that he reduced tho ma- jority of the opposite party1 (as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 September 1849

KOHiKU'ln'W'W'fagW m was perfected by a treaty of pence it was their duty to hold it and to establish u temporary military government over it" &c. But I will not make further extracts from this ablo me&sago in which the rights of Texas aro vindicated in the most masterly manner. James Madison "the father of the Constitution" whose la- mented relict has but lately added to the grief of the nation by her sudden death has left the following " advice to his country :" " As this advice if it ever see tho(light will not do it till I am no more it may be considered as issuing from the tomb where the truth alone can bo respected and tho happiness of man alone consulted. It will be entitled therefore to whatever weight can be derived from good intentions and from the experience of one who has served his country in various stations through a period of forty years who espoused in his youth and adhered through life to "the cause of liberty and who has borne a part in most of tho great t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 September 1849

J m T. 22 OTA n Vi: OPINIONS OF THE :SBBME COURT OJ1 TEXAS. JPcUvcral at the Mfcccmbcr Term 18'AS. i ' "LYDIA SHEFFIELD Appellant vu JAMES R. SHEFFIELD Arpellet'. Prom Gonzales County. .-il. A series of studied vexations and deliberate Insults ond provocations Is ' binder our statute (Laws of 141 p. 20.) sufficient cause for divorce without apprehension ol personal vlpleucc or bodily hurt' . ; & 'From hcjaas proven on the trial the jury inttst determine whether they 'constitute thfr .Intolerable treatment contemplated by the statute but not from the opinion of witnesses. Opinion delivered by Chief Justice HEauriiLT.. The petition wns tiled by the app&leo to obtain a divorce from -bis wife Lydia Sheffield the appellant. The petitioner states in substance that ho liad always treated his wile with tenderness and I affection that for the last six or eight months she was in the habit of addressing him almost invariably in an ancry. in sulting and aggravating manner; that on the s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 September 1849

tWIM.ylHMPfattawhWtWrtwMigiJ if 1819. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE S2C3 Ml) required to transmit to the county surveyors of each county of the certificates approved by tho investigating boards yet it would not furnish the particular evidence on which tho surveys were required to bo made. Tho first section of the said supplementary act virtually re- newed or gavo additional sanction to tho original law by sus- pending its operation for a limited period in some of tho counties and declaring that surveyors making surveys after that period without tho required certificate should suffer tho penalties of the law. There was no error then in the decision of the court exclud- ing tho book if it were offered for tho purpose of showing that the mandamus could be rightly awarded. Tho surveyors may possibly have in practico neglected the mandate requiring specific certificates before surveys 'are made and this may not be noticed in the General Land Office as the Commissioner in issuing tho patent. acts o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 September 1849

mm9M0t0vrirmmtkKMAiJiffMmffmyftm If fa SEPT. 22. MMIWjgiJMWBVWIIIlWIMwiMM 'b&ZZ&Ezt- qt 1: i .ll x i&. EDITED BY It C MATTQEWSOK. mSvriN SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1849. iT "I;'; Tl;o British North American Colonics. v"'CJiafUhQ strange phases recently presented by those govern- jnen't&whioh have expressed themselves dissatisfied with the ex--isimg state of things and evinced a disposition for change or re- rtnV?tlic most anotmjous is probably to be found on our own Jlo'rdrs In tho Colonial government of the Canadas. In that colintVy the wheel of politics has performed an exact semi-revolution since the insurrection of 1838 and in its movement has com- jjlfitejy reversed the position of parties converting the loyalists bfthati;period to rebels and the rebels to loyalists. This singular-incongruity has resulted principally from the passage of a bill tfy.thfe Provincial Government indemnifying some of the insurrec- tionists for losses incurred during the disturbances twelve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 September 1849

It MtfMSJM&W?fM TEXAS STATE GAZETTE; Revolution in Ciilia ! The Delta received advices from Ilnvnnn from whicli there is Tensoti to believe that the revolution in Cuba has already com- menced. The Government has been driven to the necessity of calling- out the'militiu und has organized a force of four thousand volunteers. The Delta thinks that the movements on the Island tug premature but believes from trrc great unanimity of the people in favor of independence that it will be crowned with a glorious and brilliant success. The English Consul hosent for a rein- forcement to the English fleet around the Island to bo ready for protecting the lives and property of English residents in Cuba. " In the meantime" says the Delta " our citizens are left without any adequate protnetion there being nb naval forco stationed near the Island. Our Government seems to think that our ships ure better employed in watching and harrassing our own citizens and depriving them of the right for which ou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 22 September 1849

I9IHI astsxsassaB ytSiffiVTfiwjiiissBi.'i-wwiiiissgggsiasa tHUJlUlMmiluimf 'mimuatgma)'ft ufcummum lunkiitrriini 40 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE SEPT. 22. h t. VALlJAlIIiE rANI FOR SAfcE. THC UnaVrsigncd clTors for sole dm following' valuable tract of Land belong' Inir to ttio estato of W. Mockford. doc'tl. to wit: S&9 Actos sttunto in Gorixnles County on tho water of PcnchCrcek nboul 10 ra.Irs from the town oitionznlot known ni tho Iicadrignt ol Samuel uannt. 3&0 Afircs sltunto in Grimes County. o Prowltt's Creek e branch of the Nava- goto -the Ucad-rlcht of John MiClilrn. t Acres sitijato In Fonr.in County on tho Southsldo of Hod Rlvor turvcyed (n tho nainn of FrnncinGnnahl nod Edward LnoMne. Smith. iS.30 Acre situate in Fannin county on ilio South lido'of Rod River known a survey No. 53. mado in the nnmn of Tho. Wm. Word. Any of tho nbovo lands can bo soon by application to tbosurvojoru ofthosovoral couiuic in wtnen tnoy aro sjtuuto. for iurtlicr information apply to ttio unucrmg'...

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