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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 7 December 1842

ssesasassaBsMsMsssstssasgaaMBaetsgsssssassaaisi j K. I R. i . jT .: U- r - V . j x -.. ' . ; " - r.; r - - K t " FOM OUkNETT OkUAStS CoaUSrOXDXKT. . New Osxcans Dec. 3d 1842. Within the lest ten days we bid numerous arrivals from Mexico end Campeaehj all of which bring us intelligence of a character calculated to interest the mien of toe "Timer" and the people of Texas . generally r -The n:ws brought by the U. S. SUam- shlpofWar Miajquri you hare doubtless received ere this and Ittill ttierefore not'tnuble ou nitha repetition er it in this letter. 'JThe schooner BtUt; from Havana" n hi ;h artir.-d' ' "tre on the feiorning of the 29th nll.'in three d'at fro the Moro famished us with intelligence ftom 7Cajnpeaehytothe'4th. At that timeCJ:n. Motalej ' fet Ik bead of hit "ragged regiments" was within es of Campeaphy on the coast. On the 3d a of 1500- men marched oat from Camp-achy to Excellency a chance to show his prowess. exiean force was abbot 2500 strong and in Wat" thought Impoliti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 7 December 1842

"V. v .4 V "tie. JS3- '." i" '? :5:R " TM ; s'tjiTffrf '.- oUC5. '.' : ID ?- iJsWM -' v' SM' liM&Wi .iMfe L iirfmp iw - . r tftTtJaTflMPMtJ 5ciTt7iTtji J' - Hlft.9 J JMWP " lOHHVWHini i . ' MMrHwwruIiuuli is'-i -.BBtaPV i .J:SGffB -Hiram Q. Runnels Governor of M ieplBTdTi of prosperity f rf ohlTtlry pawed two days in MK.:vcec iaewjrpa-Bna Denny AtoJwri ofcoMd the blood to quicken i.m tWom of "old lang syne' JwMi WrW sface the gloomy realities UK ItaaMkiolbnM as that he is to oil M'Wrpeses aTexianj his interests 4tn tmnj swwes wsjui iu tuuu- Jjorwrf' Wesrill find himamong to'lmm the eaemy and the last to VWf-" - ' n mmmt-mtisfimtM truo lanncnes nix the tiwintslh billows and bids mhwi "rejoice! for succor is Itf R&UkttMi.'fer'we hare one 4 - 4. - i -1 t f M pet: to now a aigum ui the "tBasultuanr population vilify" to fly to oar reseae .-- -m r VO'Su :Cf.7v"- should come to the'ktroxrt- ' Mr.-Okfcasa. from Vkktbanr. Miss. WreBforHiatioa.of importance to it ttie .Editor of bis ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 7 December 1842

v:- w ' $ I- - brV ifRr "" Prom the'CasLLL.- "Hit bar is Honily tim!crcd and hit pilot ' " Of very cipcrt and approved allowance." A taucr ihrce-dect.tr rodcarcr ihr sea And mounted irgr flag of the Tutk; V(ii onr tird-uT-a-bris pjt her rodder a tee . - And tie captain fare signal for work. - ' - Light heart and irons knee Are the ifr of the frte Tlioujli'a tjuey three-decker ridea orjr tbe ecu Ttic moon from her mantis n care slory afar And iuad tie pale crescent. lonuakr; ."satthtaeWd with a blrstinc to up our small star - 'i'Aw ki the broad'waves in our waka. ' Etnke jroar flas!" thundered the;. TNcnem!" cned we "Tbocujh your saucy three-decker ride ever the tea." 5.6tn Seualv.as bran. at the bird of our hillt "JfJffJ.Yj .kinJ t 'be wood-seekinc dove; ;lTbe amile on bit-cheek tbowtd the courage that kill -uJ5 iWrule m tear told the tale f hi loveS sli -iQrid of Heaven I tee " 'Thine eje if on me -Thooxh a stacy thrtt-decker rides over the tea." ' Tfctj flaah from Mr ptsi care the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 11 February 1843

? ri " -.r.isr x F&BJ?. - . Kfeagssfe -.1 THE TEA A TIMES. rt t . - -u-lmn MatiT rtfitK-jCi"-'- iataaaaaaaP1! w V ft lcu?- & 'sr. x F.'sr k; tV '$9 -v ef -a. m V VOL. H r. PINCKARD EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. t:h E TEXAS TIME rUBUlMKB KVtVT 0TUDJ.T- . - TERMS: . BuatctiRltnr In advance for 13 months or 52 No. Attbeclouof the Volume j...... "fngis copiet.................. .... .......... 4 00 .5 00 m aufmmtrtnHOe arsronunuea (except it trie discretion 01 t the Editor') until all.trrearages an paid. Awuiiiaii. Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of 91 00-per. square of ten Jines or less for the first in- aertion and 50 cents for each week thereafter. Tho asnber of insertions required must be marked on the Margin of the manuscript or they will be inserted till for- bid and charred accordingly. -Professional advertisements or business cards not exceed- sag oar tines. 3 50 for three months S6 00 for six Bmiftrs 810 00 for twelve months. Announcing candidates for ofTTco will ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 11 February 1843

TfrS- Sst r-.-.. ti"- V" J iV sra. tr:-raLi-ft?rr7 .v ..ir 'XT .J" ... fti" s- A- v- Vv - 5 -2 jr B j -V- M -m r- KM 3. Ei5v. r .-''.-' t rr-v-lf. ' ' P-? tiff i ' I - -MH S '&-? w- mm? licular occasion acted not ss a youth but ha a"" man The meeting then adjourned -&.- J. W.ROERT80N Ch'n. J. W. Hasek Seer'jr. s "v City of Austih Jin. 1st 1843. 2b CW.-W. X. UBMOU M CM. M.- UUdweU. -' Gxmtlkjwn: I embrace the fint opportunity to give 5oti cornet information reUtite to a recent attempt to re- . move a. psrtWet the archive of the govttnment from the City of Austin ia obedience to an order of the President; . that you mty be enabled from a knowledge of all the frets to correct any false impression which may be entertained toward the cititena of this place. On Friday laat twenty-air men well armed commend- ed by Col. Thomas J. Smith of Milam county and Cant. Eli Chai.dlcr of Robettson county came to the Land Of fice wita uirce wagons ana prescnieu an oroer to ine uom- missioner o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 11 February 1843

. rrfijiAi Vxf "1i?Z . -.-' v v jsafcS H. j Ir---?.! i.5StO .? s? r " v: - . -s-r " !VI rt -Vfc'iArf. -1 W-.il ;im m V j-;EV 'S&SeslfA.. it. fc- : -' T LeK. 4ttrire 111 of All avmihftihv mm fklt Auiri . ?ald he t the heid of the Government. Tear committee are constrained to believe that when the MSt great fctule for Text Liberty ii to be fought It will M against a force of that superior discipline andnumberi which will require the co-operation and atiiiUnee of onr friaih throaghout Christendom and that it would be a MjleUal poHey to place at the head or the army a man whose duplicity and shameless Tiolalion of publie pledges would certainly deprive us of all such succor. Nor dojwe think that the Mexieansntertain any great apprehensions of hto or that his name would strike that terror in their tasks which the President's inordinate Tanity leads h:m to resoaae. 'They cannot but be aware that he retired from Austin because be didnolbeliere it a place of safety nor will it he easy t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 11 February 1843

i .ri j-vx a : .S3: isr-s f ?yfc 17 V3- .jU" T ft Uu( V ST !. r '3' ttSB mm t?rsf v r - r I h- fi- w z J&- KSrX WjJag3BBftMWBf wrownr xitt--.- For the Texas Times. CHRONOLOGY OF 1EXAN HISTORY. (Continued:)- ' Mi Feb. 18. Austin obtains a confirmation of the Im- perial decree and returns to Texas and completes his somber of 300 families. Febv2. Federal Con- stitution of Mexico adopted; Santa Ana and his party (ail in establishing a central form of (Jo- Ttnneat Iturbide returns to- Mexico de- nounced traitor and shot at Padilla 19th July. The Mexican Government voted a pension of 8000 dollars per annum to nil widow wno retired to ihe United Stater. July 13. Guadaloupe Victoria President of Mexico 1825. (Independence of Mexico acknowledged by Great Briiain. A State colonization law passed at Saltillo and several large grants of lands made to 'Emnresarios' or land contractors. Austin's settlers at War with the Caraneahuas on account I of their depredations. 1836. Great excitement in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 18 February 1843

kutwWlSfV ""NT V --V T M .lj r V Vv :v. (. ? "- -w if &$'" jfyr'f'' ti" AS. ". i7 Si. 111; EfcOT! 'vSi&tcf m." & ' yvj ST Jfe V 'JH lJ& te '3k J? - Trinity: 11th Walter C. White died" at JJrazoria He was one of the oldest settlers '!of Austin's colony emigrated in 1821 with General Long. Mr. White with one com. panlon only penetrated the forests of the 'Trinity and cultivated the first crop of corn on that stream: 15th Lorenzo de Zavala died: 30th Deaf Smith the.celeliratcd spy and warrior died at Fort Bend. Dec. 19th Congress adjourns: 20th A party of .Mexi- cans come within 18 miles ot San Antonio; ' Cotton crop this year 50000 bales 6000 emi: grants passed into Texas at the.middlcferry t . f. " - Mirabeau -B. p&mar elected President. Wars and'are found m- communication with the 'Mexicans. July -Tue."Branch T.Archer" the first Steamboat to navigate the Trinity river to Cincinnati 400 mire's from its mouth. 1839. May 13Rr. Baudin the French Admiral ar- rives at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 18 February 1843

li r lV- II II fl t?o ; .r.??..'T ! .. i.T " - - Mil ir.MMniiiiMiwiniiBiiimiliiniiinlnHMWIWIMlMWMW -- Ef SH'cct'ion fj3m-our S'crap-IJook. .-!- Bagging" made of Colton. We hhvc taken several articles from Soutli Carolina and Geor- gia papers showing thatJBagging made of cot- ton there is being used and generally approv- ed.' -We wish 'sincerely thatsome of our lead-reing-planters Avould take the subject in hand and give the experiment rt fair trial. We do think that every planter could if lie would make his own Cotton Bagging as profitably to himself as he now makes his own negro cloth- ing; and we have noticed for years that our most successful planters always make every- thing they can at home. This is the true poli- cy and were it followed generally we should never be troubled Avith a high rate of exchange against us: If planters would give Cotton Bagging the preference over hemp in a short time they would create an additional demand annually for 50000 bales of Cotton to make int...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 25 February 1843

"St? 'TLJrii.'"iM faFK t Sr T-r .- Jlf. "W---?-i-" J- I"- 1 1 7m$s EWW-v. -" ' r 2r-'r ' 'V w wv ft. Jase&iVi v4viif.i' 'jt'tJiusacfin vj rs.v1 - .iv; ftMSK WAKtevWi a:J?Ssa?4rv fcis- -iC SSQKlaid?..a f'.f;:j ' iV a-' 'War v ---Hum Kz -BiiiH. f r niiiiM v bum sbmk " Bnim BiiiHw v BiiiiH BiiiiM miiiiB bum m-wmvj - m u.m Aro vi a' l " 1 mm OISSlfSXSSlSSBl mBbiJIL B .OF" mAHKb bJHHKmh W aJHB ; v. -f A5h. - Mr Z$rj& " - - " - - !:r:lZZ.7i KWHjTl w ?. V jsw. . J1. -: irr : .if J-- ' ?- gAfL-YESTON .SATURD4Y FEBRUARY 25 184 r'yFIWCKAltPEDITbtt JVNP EROPRIBTOIt ' hng on an attack. Veare ihihkful thctourronfopitce J iSfC'Tt Ha'E2X4-8 T I ME'S -..tibrck il.ro' all uch coswmcr labric. and expose the n' ." -.- &.. - ;i -r' . . . . k.. vr . . ... .- -.t ?" - " H.yHB;f:;Jnvp fTOnAr - itreet-walking motlesij winch would ailract e !?v V -- - mpoiio " ' ' 1 bjr.preicajing to flea from 41. Wo take the banter an rftV TA:In dVaJUfor 12 rtonfna or SlNa;.lii4'ob P""" lh" ouf "cniiif " will o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 25 February 1843

'&S&l'i - i. Sf v'.TPi HSffS:." ". Jr. ''1 V "rr 'JW g For Ihc Texas Times. ' MEXICAN DIARY. " CHAPTER XII. We continued to trarcl in company rrilh the arrieros dur- ing the day ire fell in with them. No trace of civilization marks an intermediate waste from the hacienda noticed in a -foregcT Ha asdou oftherr with to ment as but at t - lo the neighboring settlements ofCader - licre and there s I hare described; all along exaggerating the dingers s and robbers ncTer failing theie- if-gratulalions for our encourage- pon his own courage and prowess ; adrised us to join the party (hit he fores aw lrc ine freshness of hoof prints in the path- wit. must ere Ions be orertakeo. I must do bin the jus lice however to slate that this party which proted to be the carriers I have mentioned hoed also such signs of fear and caution tn huddling the pack mules and parading their arms when our approach was descried at the distance of a league ns to conduce us that there was prudercc in unitin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 25 February 1843

aa-. .r-rf v" -" t feV. f Vf1 aisw?s3?sft. ai JV I .iW jrfTw5- M -- ii Wrii if .SSm E ..jSK! H-iai.-M 5KSJ 4 iiSi pfe?X. p?7 ' " mm?mKjm&rm?z?ZFx V -CX I"" " -VfcSf Tf .' : t sHm c . ; ' fiu j .r. VassrasFa-fcTK " V efc cAJ.X'" Kw iHnMaHHi rtiBi uaHTa fcpTO5 3 V vt $3M. Cfsel ahost 2 o'clock oo las alcM oTthe 7th. rsorV Fw - ZW iM wm iaaposstate to crass the river. Be aUaire- -Iji jMrim-with the troop ndr Mi csBMBd. Had JltyJIm' MrtfPopMUHHcorUfrTerrlqtteh. I'. r S! rjK" "r- :: 1.7 -J resistance sack were the dwpoaltioo of the s. IMMBil IM) lnwn thai if nttlsl ttM hun 1muTI.I. aa " miwvomuw iHHrv wpvlj U HWHWW aVf.er la a .body. itan : V hen torecrel that efter tbe capture of Liredo. on the tMTaK- ott Irregularities wtre committed in the town tsritssipalj on the 9lh ult. tsy a few diwrderly characters swaataf whota are attached to all oodies of undisciplined Impe.-The wraogs coaslitcd in petty depredations on the property of citizen tad I uaed every effort in v power I auke repa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 25 February 1843

MaTr: Air- :IBHIHnBIMIinNHR3HHRniMDHMini?l'' . ffTBkh4TWWWaCWBWBmS'HHirTS7. "j'i".3IWj0 P?.SMSW6?wr HK" .' HBWS' .. V'i-lfc "T-SXtmdSffiE-rilH' ' .rWV1VJ'WlWVf.4MfflVWM' ... hU rV UT' ;'l- lr 'VS. ' fMl !-. iTTcT. nt. ' &WSS.V . .JT"tJ". iu3f I lii IjW rr 1- ItJi & kL a- I7i& re?. r5l m- sar ') tX 3? fe. - mjjr ltSw5 - ijfflitaW- " lS... "i TiSH BLACK EYES ANDTJUJE. COKTIUSTED.t Black cjes most dazzle al the ball; - Blue eyes most please at evening fall The black a conquest soonest gam; The blue a conquest most telaln The blackbespeak a lively heart Whose soft emotions soon depait; The blue a steadier flame betray That burns and lives beyond aJay The black may features best disclose In blue may feelings all repose. Then let each rcigri without control The black all mind the blue all tout. Ploughs. We examined sevnral ploughs manufactured in this city by Air. J. Cuughlin and Mr. P Thompson. These ploughs ure made of wrought iron and arc equal to the best imported ploughs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 4 March 1843

nsJMg V . 4P f J8Mr!jSlSf- UBJEAftr THW -. H? St : rHP w-iG .-. ... .- . ;H .MrB -BLI - .u- i- . . - .ivJJ - ' ' V muf n"' ' is K f 5 '" M. iJifJH w l!i it iiHKlr w-. Jr4 i 1.4. gw 'W a' ! - i i . - - j ..-.--. . ; . -. INCKARD. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Viend VOL. II . Salve st on? Saturday march 4. isi3 Lout it cannot be done without tome assistance Tram ' ' ' . l stovj.'jr .... l? pnuriTADn rn Tnn iKnpnpRiRTn. vi ...kl."Mr." -"" - - i.vr.v &l..ir' ' j i ' ' -- ' - i f Tf"- .JJierejirc many men no arcauro u auvaner iik .'sT-fH E T E. Xb-A'lS. T;itMfi "i'mounlireqBireil who tould in a sKort lime receive the - .- .. . . .2.i& sum advanced as well as have the assurance mat wnat -a " lUCf.HV!' UU33139 II BIIIC W IWtlU niilkli Uiiuvi ll - -wit I. rj" Ms- t :vn X6St-' TERfe PpMaumox In advance 7' At the close Net paper will be discontinued (except at the dmcrsjio 'fjjto EdituM until ill.arrcaragee arc paid.' MS jrtartatMr. Advertisements will bo inscrtoa.'at Ac ATplTBtSC rERrVfs- f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 4 March 1843

"? lMmtoiw&&fi--&?Z& i fo j a i .t KihKT ghttrt RAfr sfnasw. Egf.' $&y. &? f4 IL'TT- Jl'i . Pf -.-JA!5 as tfT& ilfc?l- r . WiBSH st-T !'a.l Jb SKii.'.'W Sj p&" Jti wit me TEXIAN EXPEDITION UNDER COL. V S. FISHEU THE BATTLE OF M1ER. t Wertceired by the lail arrival from Malamoras thesub- Soioesl communication giving a full and certified accnunt t cftbe objects of the Expedition to Ihe Rio Grande tlie c- i -reati of the march of the battle at Mier and .Is disasUous termination. We tike advantage of a lieaure day and a avu r ih miit-.lo Dlace it upon record: N. 0. liul. 'fc"w ' t IA lUlft . JVIATASIOMI n. IM GtniUntTVYoa hare learned perhaps eie thu of the 'iMfeiaent at Mier on the 23th and 26th December last ' lliiiiin a part; of about 260 Texiana nnder Col. Fisher f Mai MtxkaD force of from 2700 to 3000 men (cavalry t.M isfMHiy. wttta asaeea n aniucrr! ouuer ucn. ran-.:Jlil.-1T-ssftt n cnatianrrl for the apace of 19 hours ria-ZJa JUnrtik TtfTwaimlr and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 4 March 1843

ttaJUn Jh&a' rf .! nt i-i- ' .HS Jfi- $& '? '3&jf MjJMW "WfjJ i jKiVi: M' Ti.J'u k-rjrf?3W j-"&". I t 5 .'i. fe 4t r . 4 VZ:. ill 5 P i i TO IV yC1 .xI:ZPra Jt . H C'v c iesfift?. V' !! J i'. "fo & r"Tt rf"f-J "W. f ai-svA . J ' I''i' Jbusu MKSS'il . JJL r '3P i:."j jb 4 E& l3L K FS Pter; Ji1 - What degree of indignation should be felt towards the mo.n who habitually slanders his coufttry and countrymen? We can make for him no other apology than that made by his Jricnds his lunacy. We forbear further com ments on this insidious attempt to blacken thtv character of Col. She-man as we learn that the whole matter will shortly be place'd before the public by that gentleman. What we have said has been elicited by hearing the infamous charges read a few evenings ago and by learn- ing Whence they had been obtained. TllE rOSmoB WEtUVK ASSUMED AKD I5TEND TO XAMTAM Tlievcharge has been seriously made against the Timet in several quarters of exposing loo many trulki to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 4 March 1843

twr'wimi iiil i.wsTsswsgwiiissBSSMSssBssssssTssigisssssssssMssy.sssssssssssgwci.jrr'i.i.'r . ' t iSSSIJSiSSjP M r33?Jfl KT&OT wriw mm ;P?' 'M?. LlU '' ill. I 'll 7:t"JHT T( fa 'Zir Jl iCt tii.t -.. TO Jl J" Wf !' s cv3" l T ! ft r j ir. & i 5b i?;- Br SlflHMnaBHHMHmHMWMHBaaiHBaMHKEMH iPJ.5 rV-'y- A. 'i Kn. :JJffi5S3'iI ST-. J -'1W' v i "-.. . -. rLrt.'n " f. . n Mdnnierneniarr lo a lm i" ii?; ihf c rj . r . VWiilfiSsS for Mlc pi field No forlbepawriciitofl tit ill notes approy trmUnz further time Dpcsfeu! the return of r " fir J i.. fwL" hi ' sWSgr Kjr rw thousand eight bund Sec. I Jle it enacted present a fives' of the! ru 4 .VSWS- St; s iST' kl- bcritwriy-fevcnlli one 1 1 w -ync. - Stnaie and House of Rev et Texas in Congress assem- bled Thai the provisions of a joint resolution approved Notcmbcr twenty-seventh one thousand eight hundred and forty-one cranting furtl-er time for tie payment ofrovcin- metil duct and the return of field notes sj and the acute I hereby extende...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 11 March 1843

i .- -. w 'fc!&r.- TOIE. iSNi- 5 .-2l - .J 1 V Jj-v St $ . k &-' v.. V fj 1 ' 9C v vlKt ;.- - f " t f ? & V. T. r$Ji l&- 1 .) if telr'J ' 7-' ru & it & m WWAKkWMMWHWCm IkVRIn f'TWOIWDA'TI HrRUH"9 1BU IXt (ft tIxMkE.S flj Cjswiw eixs.r 'Jj'S-rfaKStaKtM wi Wr.WS"!tflW often amtc fur'i ;eachfc!l CJniinieng ri-ouireJ: ftsssf his . li -J-- M T . -1...tll .- ....l. 4.M.I J ikHUMRm. nr bbbbbb: zbb aecor mwi ihj i v;Afci i !WwNMJW MIMintMMMMl . Mc WK'!lJP"wWMW tWitJ lr j :f-o jamil-Mvacirf iriMLLl mmmxi ft.H.7mm f xrxKmn -Avyi; bvtor..i...v....Wnhinirtoit. . l. ft. i-ewwr. & Maucorai H. J. Pitteraunr. Richmond v Cotf. Jtf. rrncknrd... ...... New 0rle4n J P. Harrison .". Vicktburr Mis jQacuT. 0. Pinckird Lexinion Ky. GALVESTON. TUESUAY.i MARCH 7 18. We ask the editor of the Housionian not to be alarmed at the prospect of a Convention be- ing held in the west Although we have Heard eo thing definite on the subject we hope there vill be one held for many reasons. It...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 11 March 1843

5" ISf jf'rn -f1 ' &?- ' v7: rss V ?LP i t . . ii. . r sp S"l - i it 4rS uSSsmT' .v -if. -t vrr' T" .' - '-'"' I7 " .wf & V ffe4 .ffJtS JV- tet- nt '..- h""' WWnJit. Jf- tv.. -. i"' "HIP r r r . ' t ' k " Br7e tfew 1 I S - "Madam" laid Kilty "jour agitation laiigqage and behavior Is rerr strange. Do you know tha gentleman 1" '0 Mm. He it my husband. My faithless husband." "Vour tiuiband ! gracious 1 Why from his attention and language to me I consider him as my inlettded." Here Mrs. TibbiU poured forth a rollej of inveclire; the called loudly for a certain old militia Major nho had been paying her some attention and it iris surmised thai if Tibbits did not return that Major Mop'us would in all probability make her Mrs. Mopus. The Major iras made acquainted with (he state of affairs nhenDowning entered the room directing his steps towards1 Kilty. Poor Kitty looked strangely at him. He enquired the cause he pressed her'lo tell him the meaning of her altered behavior she sobbed...

Publication Title: Texas Times, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Times — 11 March 1843

r '-. "1 ' am Vf -' 1 '- ''ft V lo- . Cohiukdir Mairxflaa. The followjwcii ihe opinion. retKlered.by(he.NaYuLCocrt appointed to enquire in- to the Somers muting. It was' unanimously concur- red in by the Court. t ; The Court are therefore of opinion- Thai a-mutinv had been oriranized on board the United States brig Sdmers lb murdet'the officers and take possesion bf the brig. That the Miylihiprhan Philip Spencer Boatswain's Mate- Samuel. Cromwell and seaman Elisba-Small were.concernedpd(guilty of such mutiny. That had no. the. .execution taken Jace; an at- tempt .would harebeenmade to release the prisoners murder the officers and take command of the- brig. That such attempt-had it been made in the night or during a sqtlall would in the judgment of the Court from the number and character of the cfew the stnalUize'of bc brig and ilie daily decreasing physical itrepgth "of the officers occasioned" by al- most constant watching and broken slumbers have been uccsfuJ. "That Catamander Mac...

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