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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 9 September 1853

JL journal -blishbd expressly for the country i By i. CABfEH Ac CO., Mechanic Street, Galveston, Texas a year, if paid at the time of subscrlN- (3 if paid witfcin six months; and f3¿0 if pay- l after six months. i discontinued until all arrearages are ! , if paid for at one time, will be sent to an; ! 1 tor Twenty Dollars a year. may remit money by mail at oar risk, if ! I in the presence of the Post Master. ■ ..a u*m : ®fc, tfri , "í V .i£r :T I,- .:■*>' P,t .¿\ > m%m i to act as agents, and de-1 I per cent, on money* th<*y remit. All 1-tiers must be prepaid. I transient advertisement* mast be paid for at . their insertion is ordered. By S. Carter dc CJo.j v : ' Qt- ¡i i" J . "Error cease to be dangerous, when Truth is left free to combat it" vol iv., jlrtoi <&rlcaua ^ar^. [oceries & liquors i drugs and medicines. Orleans earb*. asbbmaxdies. ' '*** I hm* I"? .v vx a ' SCHUB* «2 3XCN. • Hi. RZAC SEIGNETTE COG5AC, 200 packages, i, JaHen Leferriere V. Leeoq Leeoq L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 9 September 1853

MM 'H, Editor. St 1899. Quarantine and Yellow Fever. ! propagation, and that in an infected locality, One WG6kLatOr&OUl New Orleans. ... i no quarantine, however jrigid, no seclusion, how — r We conclude our compilation of the article in 9tr¡ct w¡|, affoR, . let Qs not stulliiy By the arrival of the steamship Lo the Edinbnrg Review, reviewing the "Tnirty- ¡nnne\vea in the eyes of our own children by Capt. Smith, Tuesday morning, wc ha ourselves in the eyes .JHLBHVPPBi second Annual Report of the Manchester Cham- qaarantine in this climate as a safe- ber of Commerce, for 1853.' ^goard against a tropical disease. Let us follow At the commencement of the Gibraltar epi- ^ eRijghtened examples of our own colonies, demic, io 1823, about 4,000 of the civil popula- jamajca anj Barbadoes ; they see and feel epi- " ■ ~ ' innn^ ¡tion abandoncd lhe ^Utricts first infected, and\dtmica of whiph we only hear and read. deriv- brooghl 4 W hbb íoc^^oolheneaMlgroond .ithlbeirl*d- ^ kMwU^e of ttoe ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 9 September 1853

s r -í Sl,. h. ... Rett ©ritan eartw. JlrtB <Orlrat«r eattw. Rtf Oman* CarU . !hrief leplyof Bishop Doine, t be intends to ' on which "'iis?F« ! COM MISSION MERCHANTS ui mr. Barton, of the senior! ~" '• ■—— — celebrate, as long as he iiVVpirHTwii *. **mxrmr. that invitation and the Vi8'A co*'c*,",B ~nf ,Í£^? ,Were founded. In pur- leans. ^ Carondeletitrwt,¿1 Union of this resolution. the Bishop pronouncedj H. a. WKMAY. How, New Or [nor. 18-wy t %£t&7 ^ raE.iS£Liíí«í „ ^ 1 is contained in a pamphlet sent as, from'"""' o«aie"nTea, WC Particulars^ Sow, SUteh, Candle, etc. I something of this rigorous perform- ouJtn^h* o^i^p *nd FaaeyGrocerles, sulphate of aace on a previous occasion ml propSe now ¡ * - eMe' ^ "* only to make a single extract, which£ight be takenhap-haxard; but we will select wliat is, ,- t Soger* tówhich lhe YooDj^AmeHcarf^a K* „ tt„ ^JL. ^ %?p 3LÍ|S^v6^QZÜ^^S¿ time has seemed to be of no importance to it.' PoydrM street, New Orleans. fnov4-wV ■ And then the who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 9 September 1853

w > - i it vii reponed, through a letter written from Sao pape , that the Bar- the stock of the Houston The correctness of never seen questioned As- ean only account for the recently been made for the con- ouston to the Nara- the contractor is to be paid a very high rate, for his i that the finances of the Bar- e embarrassed just now, owing aspect of affairs between Ros- Bat for that, we take it for I they would have had the whole road un- iastead of a part, and would have to pay for it at a cheap rate, and for tsr We now announce to the public that the yellow fever is prevailing as an epidemic in Gal- Unaeciiraated persons and persons resid- ing in the country are advised not to visit this place during its prevalence. We shall endeavor to give our readers, from time to time, reliable information in regard to the disease ; while, on the one hand, we shall seek to put down the ex- aggerated rumors that are now rife through the in regard to it, on the oth.*r, we shall aim not to co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 14 April 1854

21 v/ \ , { ■Pt-JI liVV V the copyrgy.i mf Ac BMU-WMMT * SoMCRirnoir—invariably in advance — twelve mo .. 55; six mos., S9.50; three mot., f!, Ml .....^* , *«XBsonr htr¿; t,me of "***«> «* month.; nd #3J« if p.,. ■Her six months £L" cent. on moneys they remit. All letters nut be prepaid their Insertion Is ordered!* p*'d at i iáSrf.; By Allen & Gibson.] Error ceases to be dangerous, when Tni [Term $2, 50 pee annum. is left free to galveston, friday, whole no. 226. 14 1854. ©tirana ©avOa. GROCERIES & LIQUORS. AFT] warm] g;arfra. DRUGS AND MíiDlCÍÑEs! R. SJííf'SSS: r^l^«i«i..d~g«uTbr«¿¿¿: I'ntruweiiU, «icN^as rv<!jlic*14' p«rf"'uery,Su?ic*J street, N^Torieii . Cr^®oü «reel, near Magazine " ' iü A "SdAC RE1GNETTE COOS^C>HoMckuei A Jullen Leferriere « ' X& ^ V. Lecoq Í, Lecoq « go t« Imíi Le Barton • 150 u Otart, Dttpuy A Co 44 «0 m &av?.ssr s " g jse^ 7 }, i and i pipes, under Customhouse keys. comP,*-*to assortment of Bordeaux Red 11 h tf. w„T,?ní{^"nd *' M<...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 14 April 1854

i* por ÍJwnillOQ, WhQ - Senatot teceiwd from the publisher* the Qjopih of AprJl. U >,404iUC0Qt«0U PalMUB |r, one ofoar matt «= Mr. J. W- Harris, foi merly has recent!J located fa ¿raaoria. o4af, oa bis f j U) New Or- goes 10 parchase a stock of ! for Mr. I|. the confidence as be is A. No 1 ig bis KW II Will be seea from oar report of the re- produce that cotton pomes {a freely. i*ceot decline ip the price of this staple an eaeqplary instance of (be erroneoqs- aesa of the policy abich our State Demagogues hare striren to iocalate. A bill for the impiove- meatof the navigation at the rifers of Texas was laost inf lorioasty deieated by the voice of the people, and wh4t is the consequence 1 Xbe planters lose more jo the depreciation of the price «/cottoa. in o«e season, than would hayr made every useful stream in Texas fit for steam jp Oar FVom the war talk of and the tone of the y. we cannot to stand and look on r enees in European affair* without getting hp a small fight op their o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 14 April 1854

belt of lit of [ills lilte, dil- ad- Bl i deep interest tbe West. ¡He Journal, a sua - speech at Lout*. # *,w«7 °f W ad- rrr• *"l nore will, at this paiticular time The Joarnal says it has a b, but id conformity with i? ^.r" ^'"more's wish said poolic^tion ot a mere said- 9a vris«ng, that he felt ex- • w ,.a,ss^dlQ°5In? called on for the in hi? life, to address an aadience like "e J.® „and thal he sincerely hoped "rhM present '• ta kin noti," but shoalj utter might be forgotten with ij «^a8 at a 'oss to onderstand could have prompted nch a great «íireTü^eT,n0 °,rre5anl 00 the Part of of Kentucky. If he were in the a *- i oof the power which it was once to wield, or even again seeking that he might see an object for such a man- but here I am, said he, «either hold- King office with netting as a piivat • MB whirt, ia my own estimation call torta such a testimonial as this To T, said he, can I attribute it but real Ken- ospitahty. which seeks an object whether or not. aad lavishes opon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 14 April 1854

• * wm**- - ^ \ ' r Trinity was rising rapidly the 8th last. •—We learn that the yoqrig nty is from two to two aud % Cotton b beiag chopped out, and promising. result of aa the to ex their principle*. I no inconsistency howerer glaring, motive howerer depraved, ao meant bofrever I , legitimate that can deter thea la their draggles tor power. To this they are rtfdf and wiling to ry thing—and no nauer bow frithle tha representatires of their political views, or much at variance their real opinions with the administration of pphiic affairs, the same spirit of sabigiaaion Ui party leaders and for party triumph is manifested. We find a rich eonfirm u . . . . «.milpa m manuesieo. we nna a ricn eonnrm ! . " e c *nne * Mion of this opinion in the resolutions of thi Pena -We batea letter from a iriend «ylvania Democratic Convention. Tbe*resolu- \ Moboam.—This new steamer lay evening from New Orleans, <he passage in thirty-six hours, night. Hev officers are, Captain, Jas. EL. Lockhart, Pur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 28 April 1854

jgKD EXPRESSLY POR THE COUNTRY,] ■Í ALLEJf ft GltgON. u**- J« • «HBSO.t. optes, if pa toffice tor' r, if paid at the time of sabscrib ... *lX moa " ; and *3,50 if pay. ntil after six months. discontinued nn'il all arreantes are Epaid for at one time, Will be sent to anr * Twenty Dollars a year. may remit money by mail at car risk, if eaee of the Post Master. i are authorized to act as agents; and de- I per eent. on moneys they remit. *11 letters most bo prepaid. 1 transient advertisement must be paid for at (their insertion ta ordered. By Allen & Gibson.] vol. v., no. 17. miu . ¡ SCTaeaiTTtoN — invariably in advance — twelve j mos.,35; si* ni os., $é,50; three inos., $1,3$. •1 0 M "Error ceases to be dangerous, when Truth is left free to combat it" galveston, friday, april 28, 1854. [Terma $2 50 per annum. whsletnotm ©ritan# ©ar&s. miscellaneous? vIwEOr?iK*SeI1.er kad suti°ncr, 185 Ca- ihos¿l\s; jtit' medk" ^ . "'->oks °f the moat approved and Pen*. rnn*|nUr^i Blan* Boofe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 28 April 1854

Uie Trinity •amy low. A teiwr from rirer tu falling at the 15th inn. of parchasen of lk* advertisement weekly, large .with their •o tfce breeze, four barks, steered out* a spectacle worth tod worth considering, freight thos transported, growing commerce of our Ta** Cari or rat Jocrmsl.—Our edition bare several times been exhausted, and the other day we had numerous applicants for copies, One maa who took care of the Journal, realized 25 c. ^ C<W besides having the benefit of its Franklin Pierce, like the hero whose precepts be has practised, and whose eooftdence be shared, firmly on the rodarlo* foundations of prin- lyoo ciple. and calmly with abiding cool ocratic admit conducted, steroly principles, cane along in smooth Those Juleps.—The Telegraph is a great in- stitution, but the Telegraph t}ouse is a grater. Our propensities to pursue the course of the "Sa- maritans" was sndly shaken this morning by the presentation from that establishment of an in- definite number of frozen j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 28 April 1854

'« Journal. The Blue Jniifetta. 1 an Indian girt bright Alkretta, Bp*U>* water of the blue JunJetta, i antelope through the forest going j her jetty lock* in wary Vetoes flowing .the mountain song oí bright AlfareUa, •weeps the waters of the blae Junietu t**d 1mJ ,rrows "« i T painted quiver, Igoes mj light canoe down the rapid river. |it av warrior, good the lore of AlfareUa. ti ware* hi* snowy plume along the Junietta [ gftiftd low he speaks to me, and then hiswar'crr •sanding, 1 M« *® <* ,n ****<" from heighth to hefgtth resounding. ►the Indian girt,lhe bright Attaretta. i sweeps the waters of the bine Junletta, ig years have borne away the voice of AlfareUa | sweeps the waters of the trine Janletta. From the Georgia Telegraph, The Duke «f Wellington. (copy below from a recent English nciM- ¡•Veial 80fao(e*of ifu* distinguished char- 11 ^ noi met wi,h beliire. The . lv- ^'afMer, at use timr cum- r-ln-cbief of i he BrKM furees in India— ezh«btui<« a wriking manner the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 28 April 1854

- ■■■■* ¡P3IM-. s&ííáÉsí - < - : • r -«■ i í>:. ^ A v ' ,•••#' ' Anna toward this country a •Me shape, oar miouie raen is feeing orffno- *" lo range oa the fror.iiec. attacks of hostile, and watch ty lodtoaa. Tbinitt.—1The ¡waaeafer steamer J. leave# to-mo*.row morning ty rlrer. She Is a very substantial [bt draft, sod ia lfc¿ charge of expert She drew* % incite* water when t and carriea 1000 bales of cotton on four feet Wbea lartbound op she carried over bar «000 barrel* of New Orleao* , —I Ir. coming down, on the 90th, brought -e bar 500 hale of cotton. Passenger* for will be pleased with the Jenkins and captain. "h i ' The by the speakers oa the anniversary of «tie of San Jacinto at flarristiur¿. ' Tí litdinnola Rutleiln records the death ir or panther, near that place, which °H la length. • * Moore, of tjiia city, hat jcu>r fur iho District of 8a. yet accepted the oil'.ce, bat íbr Indiano! corre* pundent of the Bull*, i member of one iamily in that it had the measle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 26 May 1854

/ J L UL // 4>c ,<¥?< " t * Sotttmai, i*« V.n.\<:00!'TRV' '• *• «laso*. "^¡rl^íTZtth^^ ra 1,1 Rl the tim* of M«>*CTib £ js* «■ ■ „. bsrriDiioni dbcontinted u UI all arrearages an •M post offie* for Twenty Dolhrs a year. "•**7!*™ "«T remit moniy by mall at oar risk, If I ia the presence of the Port Master. i .. w '^*e"atre ,uthori"d IHrtu agents, and de- *"* **" °" mooey lh«T remit. H7 tetter* rami l>« prepaid nn7A - - - ournal By Allen & Gibson.] ^u"r:;rn"''oM."L°u'°' "• ■,|J *" VOL, V., NO. 18. ©rítaos ©aros. SLAVE DEPOTS. MEW ORLBANK SLAVE DEPOT, Mm. mBaronn, and 157 Common Ktretl.. "Error ceases to be dangerous, when Truth is left free to combat it GALVESTON, .FÍDAÍTMAT26, 1854. [Term* $2 50 per annum. WHOLE NO. 227. •—f. jlttD ©r/cana ©artw. GROCERIES & LIQUORS. WIJÍE AIVDBBAFIOin. Field Hand* and |(oiim Servants, ami will be Negroes throughout the season. Having * airy boue, 1 will be able to accommodate SOU for those who import from other State . City...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 26 May 1854

R. c. DAVIDSON .attheap- of GaUest WILL LAM udUita for i first JaUicUl District. KDe (ffialbtirton Journal. Ttanday Evening, Kay 25,1854. IppDr. J. W. K.M&ELAND lioir authorized Agentto isasasI issiasss rnni—'"* with this o (Bee in an} port of Ik* UaM State*. How do onr Southern cotemporarte who oppo#e thia biU rscoacUe these opposin*(act^and why arolhey found la the ranks of North* rn Whigs and in opposition to th« vote* of their representatives in Congress—Dai if Timet. Oar neighbor is horrified that any bot'y should entertain an opinion in opposition to his repres- entative in Congress. This sort of vassalage may salt the genius of democracy and the pecu- liar tastes of "the Times," but among Whigs we are in the habit of entertaining and exercising oar opinions independently upon all subjects.— Our friends of the democracy onght to inscribe on their political banners that record of holy writ that " The ox knoweth his owner and the ass bis master's crib." Will the Times, howev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 26 May 1854

>M WW ORLEANS. Charlea Morgan, Capt. Lawless, arrived («adtkeitoUoÍto^* **" °ñ"au á*i¿* I***JS iSí1' Si C*"er™' *« Baatoer, Ü ¡Sí- ?!?■ Í 1 5orth' * L Q ri«n- RsJf ^e' Tmy,er' Garrían, T R * ftoál** A°r P®BUne' R Marphy, Smith, ™ " i 0 ^«"Pton, Boalard, Dantap. ZZ MdK3 <""" > J Dwaota. Pat- Í Barton, W J Reansbnry, Elliott, Terry-io on From the New Orleans Picayune telegraphic. ARRIVAL OP STEAMER EUROPA. LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. jhwV'o", M*y W>—The «teamer Europa haa arrived, ffcere was only a moderate buaineaa doing In cotton. I frMI on cotton during the week haa bee 3- wths. J, decline Is confined principally the lower grades, late* for the week, 37,000 bale,. Pair Orleans is quo MdrttyStyd; Middling Orieana at 5|<3|5}d. Plour. la no change in the Plour market—Ohio. 31*, lair Money. i aro quoted at 874, ahowlng a decline of 4. The Money market show* no features of change. Prom the Black Sea. Tie report of the bombardment of Odessa Is fully con - Armed. All the land ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 26 May 1854

amag*"'" ^^oífti ■&.. ny xixod toa MX.C. DAVIM05 r«f Gnlrestoa couaty, at the ap- eleeUon. I?** TOE as a JHO. A. WHAE- for the ole* of District Attorney for DtsLrtet. Election in ai|Ut Mit. are authorized to aonoimee WILLIAM Baq., of Wharton county, aa a eendldste for Attorney for the trat jndjout District. SOe «albrwton Journal. Monday Evening, May 22,1854. JCPUr. J W. EHEKLAKD ia oar authorized A pent to ► connected with thia oflee ia aay part of Ui 17" We bad the pleasure, on Saturday, of meeting Dr. Anson Jones, who will remain a few day* fa our city. He appears (o eajoy excel- lent health. |3T Major Merrill, of the 3d Dragoons, visits the Northern cities oo leare of absence. When we net him the other day be exhibited that robust health which the air and exercioes of frontier service create and maintain. CTA distract ire fire occan ed at Talladega, Ala., on the 10th inst., by which a stable, four horses an J some store* were burned. KIT The N. Y. Dally Times thinks that if t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 9 June 1854

fe '«"ISSottíüT rvauflHxo bxprmnly ror thk *ahi_. ' ■v ium*™JJ2E,C0MT«.t taif'T^uiTVte ^^ü,:r^^r,b —' * *•**'* «muí after ¿Cju ^ lr * ' J . Mtaeriyuan. dUeoau ..,! onui .1! M TM coping ir p.14 fof #t .. ^ •ire r r-* ;.r -at 10 mi JB^Tscaa zr. - ^ ■< Post Hm>n in Éuti arti d in tmri «, o.. ^Jrlr 4 to act aa agenta, and d*. ^a^I.H. "• mon'y r««tu ILr letters most ^ prepaid. UT'AU lrnn*ieat sdvertlaeraenta muat b« t>aid r *« «<■« tto'r laaarttow to ordarad. . 6tUauj¡i GAtlÜ7 SLAVE DEPOTS. * H. ; • AvbITe^OÍ ' "*• 7 Common Strut. «, B IiCB'1 rBlFlB ATIONI. SX AS«SS¡Ü,T "SKÍ! «•" ■ to' caah ó, Ike Míe "f Nlgroea o ti pomi^l^'11? P*,d to " —-i ; and will ® Field °* h «d, Me _ -—ettu Hoiim Servant , and ■ esa ss.rtós,1: *.«, ton .. ,¿, ..i'JiS*£S?-W-ü~O""~o0M. 300 lie* vivan - . 1 ,n "• oUier NUU'I. aÜAÚÍ*£rZ?0SS2'mJÍWer • *««*e4 pay n« highest price |n caah for ar •nund cTTÍ «fc,C TO—Mesara **«1. BIT,HOMA8 POSTKR. * Co..Tnr«r(% |^¿ Sí'p^St' S** 5aBtts^á^«¿S£s ¿LAVE DEPOT, 08 B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 9 June 1854

" We M NftNMltMMM MATH All I IT ■, u I Csndldste for Assusorsad Collector of cm, St the «asnina Aofust stoctfoa. ¿Fc L. McC ABTY te s Candidate for Sharif of Ifato county kt (he «lection to A novnes General HUGH forth* o (Bee «fJidft of this, , at the eoMicf Aocuat elee- ' P. R. EDWARDS le s candidate for the o«m of r and Collector of Taxes for thie county, at the elect on la Aofuat next. ]£^ We an aathorised to anooonee IfBLS05 H. MU5GER, Eeq., of A ostia eoaaty, as a caodJdate for J edge la this (fiat) Jndjeial District, at the eleetfoa la Aagast next. IT? We are aathorlaed to announce R. C. DA VID805 as a candidate for Sheriff of Galveston eoaaty, at the ap- proaching Aagast election. 1T?We ara authorized to aanoaace WO. A. WHAR- T03 as a candidate for the oflce of District Attorney for the First Judicial District. Ktoettoa la Aagast next. *TWe are authorised to aaaoanee WILLIAM PIKLD, Bsq., of Wharton eoanty, as a candidate for he office of District Attorney for the first Judici...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 9 June 1854

« year# *g<> tbi Kr « pte« i* partltk>« Tartry premtP c* r. mm bat «ml P*« «* ****—■, fmm the Pyrwnna* M« mm Is the bight af hi# pow«r ti «Html mor*- nlTtnl iban Ute ib« Ml of tfca R«m cm pi r*. I.ATEK PRÓM EW OBLEA* . The steamahlp Louisiana, Capt. Smith, arrived last Bight from New Orlela#, bringing 4mm op to th# «h last., ik the follow! mim Herd, Mr . Monta, Mira Moma, MU* Fisher, Mr*. J. Smith. Jr., Jon## s^d slater, Mlei Laeenda Tee. Mr . v. «fendolph , Mr*. tfr'eoWredge, Mr*. c. Reynold# and fluid. Mira McCormK'k, I Jernleoe, U Fisher, Captain i Ifl 1 ai r imivi| va|iuiMi MrGovem, Capt. M*>Mit, W. D. Miller, W. L rhoaaa, *brb«s, H. N. Soy " Matthew#, Hewitt, Brown.—10 on deck. , «TATE OP TKXAf, | Com a> tat loner# Me of Real ManrreoMttT Oerrnr. j fetal*. V*. Aaeree of the District Court of Lumber ! shingles : laths! <kc. 70,000 sorted Pine Lumber, landing from Brig Rollenon 58,700 feet do do do do eehr Maj. Bache, ¡g"^ T??*£12$* '*•«*& rular. fcT *«P H eo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Galveston Journal — 9 June 1854

- II ' ■ - 1.L--—- v. to Subpart of =r—r lü I thing, but for the opposite reason,—or rather be- contain is such a manifest and singular m isrep- í B. LEWIS Judge of th® Pint Judicial ■ * ■ " WMIDM 5ELS05 H. , or AMis foooiy, m S candidate for Jsdidsl Biatrict, at the election la r District Attorney* torfíéd totenóeñee J50.~A. WHA fi- le for tbe oflke of D'ntrict AUoreey for i in Ao^iat Hit. the "Mljcoa 1 Saturday morning contains an ect, which we feel compelled the article contains «*y- j. ... cause the Moseosieai rigmarole which it does opoo whom abolitionism relies for the meat upon which it feeda. JLs a mass, the people of the fact which every schoolboy in north are opposed to «¡a eery—to deny this would the land is presumed to be conversant with, that ia our estimation it merits «posare. The sub- ject selected by the Times for this historic and funny dissertation, is the Japs a expedition and the Fillmore administration; and as do commen- tary can possibly do justice to the supe...

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