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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 October 1843

%* SÉPfc K USi i ■ >i11 *" GAIíVES „ii'/-' ut'>. ubuij EV*HV WKDNKSOAV ANO SATUJUlAV. ÁUVKRTISING—Ona squaw, ~,„a. tioB, each subsequent insertion fifty cents. JEight Jii ^•M;! MAd\f*TlÍM«n,,u" inwted «**••«•?> fl n 1 !!, (fr lar each insertion. . , 1 ' O- AII letter's 6n business of the office they Will.tietba taken out of tha poi C ARDfl of steamboat aud; other «jent^tuíiaap^latesfor offico,aro ver.liamenis. . - O* Marriage and obituary i ftngth charged «a adver ' Wednesday, .4W._. The Wchp-> Sátota Ajina arrived frota'O jr. Saturday, having left there the 89th «p. , AH iwos. tranquil to that vicinity, i ad disavowed the act of the pawy of' [who recently carried off a quantity of toi ing to; some traders at Corpus Christi, and ol |j>ay for the same at the rate of 12J cents I which proposition was accepted by ths traders. (Some fhiirty persons have settled at the Rartche of Messrs. Kinney and Aybry. About 800 Mexicans, most of them formally inbab< , itants of Texa...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 October 1843

m*m w. mm ¡RnjiB .. pp■ ■■m HPf , • ¿adL „.s AY, OCTOBER 7, 1843. iff ht TO made ttf Textf a ■ton arrived, on Tl which port she left on tl The news by this arrival will be found :•*. . T Ui)S| Ffc*«# ;i Tour col*- ft i jW&i fancy 3#!'" K a t: J VI 4 * d c J®; I u> (bat ten cent piece , (¡Med by pracjM*, bávé been paoed in thai city «8 quarter , Upon persons who w«r<i ctreleff of bad jjpdgea of coin. ! Isiterdiied Aug 4, ai Perot , and written by Col. W. 8. Mr, fajrf— ' ,"1 ' "W« are ttroh|ly gnatded and cloiely watohed day and night, the amhoritleaappear to thirfk, fines theeicape of Gen. Green irj; tbst we can makft' our way through every impedí- I could bave availed myaeir of the aame mod of libera- ( i ^fith Green, liut preferred to wait and witneat the retult of itlvity oT my companiona." A very de atractiva storm visited the contt of Florida, at and In the vicinity of Tallahaaaee, on the nigh( of the 16tb ult.— Several house were blown down In T(tll«jbafiee; and nearl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 October 1843

: I • íí joualy opposed by Mr. Daggrett, ,tvho declared hé boftttflouldnot lire among the breakera, while nJ4t proved hV ability to ride the tea in nú. The uniform correctness of his view d.gained him very considerable influence ig hia companion*, and we all concluded to take ^ vice and keep our poaitioh clear of the breakers, ut within aight of thevhouaos, until the sea should UaM&^-But the cloud in the south west oo>n ex- pandtfcfover the whole of the southern horizon at the mom time that a brisk breeze sprung up 'in the south 'driving an increased sea in the direction of the land. 'Every appearance indicated a storm ftato the south, and momently the breakers appeared their aphere of .action. Thete was lit liberation, and every TOtce being in f%yor tering the raging surf in preference to t storm, the bow oí the boat waa pointed to while the roWers strained every nerve to our progresa over the roaring breakers. Mr. Inade no complaint, but observed in hi? usui tone, that we w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 October 1843

Wmmí MMd ;> f m \% ci rca mstantial evidence,) citfed tbc fi between is ward arid the ce wo'ild never wcr e t> t short period g of age.—Shortly after this declaration arrel, th<? niece was suddenly missed, and no- body koewjwhat had become of her. Rumors were atitokly spread to the disadvantage of the farmer, until it was at length publicly reported that he had ittú'rd^réd bia niecwfor the sake of posessing himself :ty, and that lié had concealed the body apprehended ón a charge of murder, vanpus spots.of blood were found on his clothes, those being the garments he was in the bubit of wearing. Appearances went so much against the prisoner, thai; committed for trial. At the assizes, applica- tio was made to the judge to postpone the case; on kúi ground t)i>t ptfbjic indignation Was so general (X and Wales Itmtqifw mu tiilii Ivi -<(i iliii tfa It' W'ji w íltl '< •tuia* idling contal a-.merous ,1 jfwhen an íhheGríe uniformly either clears off, N. Y. Jour. Com.. d ¿fie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 October 1843

GAL VESTÍ) BY H. STUART. 1 ?! m A vi JÉ 'PUBLISHED F.YEltV WEDNESDAY AND 8ATUKDAV. ificr ilií lii Also, published tbe first in*er ht linea malea ■ 91 por «quara Aj^Aper nnpuni payubla v itl|in six months after the ti,tne of subscribing—or $10 at the end or the year. Also, pubtii' weekly, t'01 the country, at $5 per annum payable in advancc " ADVERTISING—One square, one dollar I tion, each subsequent inaertion fifty cent*. «■quj re. Ad* ertisoments inserted once a for each insertion. U7* All letters on business of t he office tin'y will not be tak«n out uf the post nffii CARDS of Steamboat and other men is, of candidates for office, are «1 vertismnnta. . yj-JMMB HT Marriage and obituary notices — length Charged bb ndvertisuieutv 1 cents per a half (or ' MM WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, Tbe American brig Relief, from New Ori Matamoros, with a.cargo of 388 bbls. whiskey, &c. was wrecked off t|ies mouth creek, fifty miles west of this city, a few di We have not a. full account of particula...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 October 1843

1ÉIÉ , ^ v'c sil 'i f,w:* iSef.j <;V wfw of War and yesterday morning on board (tttté of the Armistice for Mataco and G. W. Hockley, Cora- 31 Texas to treat with Gen. '«it relation to the terms the two countries, left this the Cutter on Wednesday ' . * Tbe Houston Star says that "In the vicinity of In- dependence, in Washington county, most of the plan- ten hate already picked about 7ff0 pound* of cotton in planters in the vicinity of Bastrop ;ett„ and Nacogdoches bar been equally sue I." rains have done considerable injury to the planters in the neighborhood of the coast, but, even , much cotton has already been saved and the or is *t present highly favitfsbfe for secuiing what yét remains qudistroyed in 4be fields. ipera of New Orleans and of that portion of bordering upon Red River have recent- fa to say iipon the Subject of the navigation the cessation of the navigation, of that The obstructions are* several and very im- They are ot long standing, and although lion baa been g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 October 1843

\ comes out i 34. and applied to 17,06,8,66$, yields an Aggregate of 74,149,986 at i he fith census from 18 40. We may therefore, with full confidence, regard the Conclusion safe and the intermediate number and fi- nal results will rather exceed the real enumerations. —Ihof. Darby, . * Expense* of Royality.—Mr.. Weed, iu one of his . , jáfOllur letters from England, gives the following item ' for debate, and mon either South or No oí the Parliamentary appropriation pf 1843, -being I heard upon it. But the denial of all i the Queen's civil list: "The Queen's privy purse | slaves, and thus involving «Very slave ho «£60,000, royal household salaries, <€181,360; trades- | itive and abiding curof--15'" kill„ í ino fiiin ii - .i ... r. ti.:¿ /nen's bills, <£172,5U0 royal bounty alma.<£13,200; un appropriated, <£8,000; Duke of Cumbered (who is king o( Hanover,) 0621,000; Duke of Cambridge, <£27, 000, Douches of Glouster, <£16,000, Qu ■ ■ - - <£1000,000, Douche of Kent,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 October 1843

: p diiwn. the graiaand (*« '. works bis «pop in Wet wuather. he thinks trocan tiigh.onoggb to «mother the woutlrt, ho touches it no moro. Rattoon cane iged in pretty much the same way The earth _T turned off iV'jrri the cane, and'his great point restore If before the plant i an suffer from drouth. anklin (Attakapas) Manner, m require 60,1)00 ac «IUM as they or of then iised, hannisberg, luced, from «• tfie Iliads neighborhood.— volumes at his Pal- ■ q bou ta month evety I in atudy. He has a coin cabinet, contain- tiy rolics.frotn Greece, Rome, f from Meheinet AH. a cane an.d Napoleun'a gold wash g,Napoleon. .Judge of Prince M'a Domain htm to K, the chief village on the es- ibe Palace of the Prince. It is uboyt ' We bad a barouche and a span sei belotigiqg tt? thfc Bítate, with m búttotis bearing the Prince's coat i approjtcliéd.tbe village, 40 or 60 of washiflg^beep, and although the day " atóód wilbjhdv háti off, whilst the with (hbmi The Palace is about 160 l wiiigKon each aide, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 21 October 1843

Y* H. STUART. GALVESTON; PUBMSfrtM EVEUY WEDNKSOAY AND BAlWllAY. AtifcifS por annum payublo within six months after the time ubscribing—or $>10 nl the end'of the year. Also, of published ;iv« J §1" ffl per shuare „„ , | Mexico. weeklv, foi the country, at $5 -per annum payable in aii vanee. ADVERTISING—One square, one dollar for (he fifit insbr- fon. each subsequent insertion fifty cent*. Eight lines make a (Annre. Advertisements inserted once a week $1 lityeueh insertion. * Iff All letters oh business of the office must be tiny will not be taken out of the post office: , CARDS of steamboat and other passenger, and inents, of candidatesfor office, are considered uhd ehar/ vurtisments. O". Marriage and obituary notices of more than three, length charged as advertlsmenU. • : ■i-Kff in consequence thecontinued sickness ail Tliey máy be expected here early in l •ng month. The late an ¡vals bii WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1843. The splendid packet ship Star Republic, Hendley, arrived here ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 21 October 1843

MMM| nm I ; jl'V'-i, mito. ATÜRDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1843. The bit term of the District Court tor this county eomwgnces on Monday next. • The President is expected to visit this city by the return of steamer Dayton. 4 , i ■ n ■ Exchequers are to be taken at 80 cents an the dol- lar in the Custom House hero after the 25th instant. Tbey have already advanced in the market, in antici- pation of his movement, and sold as high as sixty-five cents in specie. The Telegraph gives an exceedingly indisneet, and by no means corree', statement of the cause wby the two vessels belonging to the Navy, recently offered fot sale here, were not sold, in which it was intimated tbaCthe sale was presented by threats and menaces. Such was not the case; and the remarks of the Telegraph are as far from being calculated to promote good order, and to* benefit and perpetuate the Navy, as they are from giving a ttue statement qf facts, Every one here, we believe without a sin- gle exception, is anxious to tee kept ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 21 October 1843

" •_ *. "• . • • • . • *4 v I ' H ú ■ :£LJ- M •• «lio population continue to iucrepne in the samo ra- \ lio that it does now, '.he citizens of the United States will be as numerous as all the nations of Europe put together iu 100 years. Atiesto .—This singular substance, which tyas as } yet defied all our chemists to analyze it, inasmuch as it wftt "neither melt with fire nor dissolve in wa- ter, and is entirely free from taste or smell, is found in considerable abundance in Pennsylvania, at no great distance from the borough of York. .Wé have been shown specimens of this article constantly used l>y Mr. John. Scott, of this city, in the manufacture <>f his patent fire proof chests, which will to' those who have never examined it, doubtless appi «juite a curiosity. We learn that experir now making of the application^ abestos to tides, which are required to resista powerful I Baltimore American. wsm 77te Jews.—The present physical, moral condition of the Jews must be a miracl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 21 October 1843

'■ Wi '**' v.. WP"HWMa a ¡ür aunced ¡ en t, and El,130. aeetiug i Issociatic Yeek was an- nell- not i •he p • J*arli .uext day; .lie propounded his plan for the restoration o title Irish * Plan for the renewed actio# of the Irish Parliament ¡anient, aa piepared by a committee. ■—I. The Irish people recognize, acknowledge, main* tain, and will continually preservo and uphold upon .the throne of Ireland, her Majesty Queen -Victoria (whom God protect!) Queen by undoubted light, and by heriditary descent, of Irelaud, and her ht-iis and ie(8 for perform their accuübmefl office, and countenances woi^ the aspect of; the most mdehcy, jeemed at once to have new lifu infused into them.' They felt that this I id their proverbial bravery and powers urance, and gratified vanity did that which threats and remor\itrances had failed to effect. A faint smile lit up their features, and, slowly lining from the, ground, they tottered on their way. —r" Mar'tage in the Army.—What would be thought of an o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 October 1843

h á¡L¡ • ' ¡J ': J' mr €f m. E STUR.T. jBiii"u Jtiu ,-.-uujht.uim m. PllB^ISBUD EiVElUf Wy, NIÍ8<M* AN1 S/tl'tfIlDAÍ¡ . Al$>ü t)e.r muigin pa>o|>!^v íUiiii,sík months i)ftcr\Jtit.iiu)Io $f subscribing—or float ilio tud ol iho y0ar. Also, p'jjbljeliéd weakly, foi llio country, at $3 p«r arnfiim ppvable in nHvmioi. ÁDVÍíR'niKINU—Gné eq'mwp;rt é dóliár iVir'th'é fiVefirtMsr lon, eacji a{ijj|wyn nt insBrU'iri fifiy cent . Rigjit ÜiHe ;imike<ia vqupruriusurltiU unce n week $J pur tquqre Cor euch mstmiuii. [CjT'All futtfcrs on business o'f tjie.office musí be post paid"! they W i 11 *n ai beMiilctfñ out oftlin post'o flier. . CAKUS áf4slnanibiiat nml _oth«?r pn-ninn^er,' and utinólino Hipólo. ijf.tymjiJidaioBfof oyfBce,*ttre.eoubjdored«ud obargM «ytfl VgrlijirneJUv i, . (Éf Minrriti|ie ni^d obituary notices oí inore tli.ni thréc íipe ' 6nutli charted as advertieiueiiH. '* mwmwm. fv:i" i lÜOL TJRDAYi MM. IBI, ,4U^f — .ÜlU'IÜt-XiUUU. •of fiáyt, Aíftilj Ajuxaijdei:.JfryipM* pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 October 1843

"I m '■ 1 ■■■■ - 1 j .n 1 1 ■ viga* ramo >$ been cir- ig ibe people iu ibis part of Texa#, end have found place in some of the newspapers of this city and Houston, to tbe effect thai Gen. Murphy, the American Minister in Texas, bad obtained informa- tion, in regard to the character of ibe negotiations between thin country, Mexico, and England, of such a character as to bring these negntiutiona into disre- pute attd di.honor those concerned m them, and some ot the more licenscious presses have not hesitated to assert that the President of this country had ' been engaged in a correspondence of a nature treasonable and prejudicial to the interests of the country." ~ is scarcely necessary to say that these rumors unfounded as the liberties thus taken with the i'cter of a foreign Minister ire unwar- le. We have the very beet authority for giv- them an unconditional and emphatic denial. . , Tbe k-eport that the American Minister had sur- reptitiously obtained copies of important docume...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 October 1843

S'Je iM U «V*t SO0.) íf& /if. n«f l> , U( «O, 'Me, osei '<# .i bear f.n him living hands un<] a by ihe uiaslerty vy meiiis and a sad testi— famous horse wáfr rfflWnly ibe best ihal this «ver smv Hs a ''4cpt, but he w&s no los au "¡Ta a «i a,!! if tu? luí his progeny, by their feals upon ihe course, won 344 races, producing to their owuera an extraordinary sum. His exact speed was never known, ns no horse could be found to call forth his extreme paco. His collateral ancester, Flying Childers,'was supp.o&c to have done a mile iu a minute. From the Dublin Evening Mail. ATMOSPHERIC RAILWAY! With.'grutifliHtion and pride we announce that ¡nan experi mental trjal made in the afternoon of Saturday, and in the pre vefecé of many mid distinguished scientific persons, the upon which the whole theory of an atmospheric railro was triumphantly established—(lie requisite exhaustion wh duced.and, lor all practical purposes of public utility, the cess of the undertak This I pr ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 October 1843

m ap]>eai equffl to baro-beatleci}~ jven duriiitg the qrHelinig W#d.iy wib d\A n« t observe hirn oncu co- shiu-^-ratlier bandéame: than olbe/.wise. h'ía fomuiea bold, and hi ey bl¡i<&.!kee>í V «ild quick. The forehead ¡slow, bul o I fair breadth, nd the head is cdvered With thick and curling huir, e exact'¿fittde known by the term of iron grey. \ce id bronzed by exposure to tlie weather, and round the curtiera of the moutb the akin is diawu up . thousand pucfcpr —a circumstanne which toil- er tqi Ihegeneral inteJIigence of his leak. The v*,miQYW ueckcloth, and a! pair, of serviceable jáek- boots, useful for tiamftiug, lidiug, or any attier pur- • ■ Hli general appearanctítéitailily does not ac- «j idea of a Rbmiéh misBitínary or saint; i very beau ideal of another class in the iurx;h—of that class which, by their shrewd- humor, their office and their indefatigable „ J attending upou tbeir congregations, no matter what be the obsta lea of route or weath- havs acquired su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 November 1843

(?'■ ¡: 'i it r*i' /, flptll ii*J III Hr *Va*r wKONKuúr •«* p > bla wüJün months .ft.nket ling—or #10 at vb« «ni ?f the yeer, Also ly, foi the country, it ft par annum payable in i OVKETISING—Una éqnara.ona dollar for thai ea|k' uta qe«miP e'iti0i| fifty cent ,. Eight I j'()A4. a«t^ainanti inserted onoa a peek f I letters on'ltntinen of the office roaitba poet ] dirt be tokten out ttr th* poet ffffioe. .1 hi CARDS orataamboat and other pa*tengey, M lienta, of candidate Tor office, are considered pdf fertiesrienpi. . : > ID* MarriW and obitnary notice of mere than three Ham eagth charged as adrurtismanW. . > ; ni 1 r" 11 í ———— , VBÍDNESDAY, NOVEMBE R i. 1948. ■ k 1 "Ai ■ ■ ■ 1 j 1 ■11 i The steamer Mustang will run regularly the 4 suing winter between Washington'snd Velasco, ibeJBrpsoa river, ip .conjunction with the Luda, which ia to p)y ;b fewefp jfolvpjton and i&¡'' By this arrangement « certain and tnéánáof commun'rcatión, and for transporting modities, will he kept...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 November 1843

_ 4, rtéáfts, loB arrived on Thursday •< having mad< % By this arrival we have advices from N. Orleans to v the 30th uli.; from New York to the 20th, and from Liverpool to the 4th. The intelligence of moat in ten* will Liverpool to the 4th. Th'O. intelligence of m tercet will be found in our columna of to-dáy. \TW brig F«wer left Bremen for tbia city on the lltb September/ and may be hourly expected to ar- rive. She brings only ten emigrants. The Ferdinand was to fui le w irt a abort time; of vessels loading at Liverpool on the words "Britania, Lock, & Irene, Byron, n/' occur, being, we take it, the names of vessel, consignor#, mnster, and pprt of destination. ' 1' ' :;e I 11 1 . ! I M.) f,|. - . .fy.Jj.. : The steam ship New York,waa at Havana on ¿bu C4ÍbuIt.,tó leave for N. Orlestfs'next day, via Key West She will probably be here inJtHreb or four days. { The steam ship Noptune U advertised td leave New Oileaná for Galveston ou the }9thinit. . y*'¡ • ■ iir . i ,• ''•'Aj ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 November 1843

" r - v- / " ABSTJLM?! qy IMPOST on Gfoa¿r¿ Wara. and Mtrchanditc, ifnpo* into the DUtri' t of Galveston, in quarts- ending 31 it Oct., 1843. 3.TEi«JfSGr¿**~" Bfb M Elisabeth J * g8 Houaton s 8 PS Barnes Sch* Luda ' 8p8 Barnes H*2n£Mataon^^ S B Lewi* '■ M 09 Frank land A eo> Frosh & Knbn _ _ -,-_r- jriMMpfe,.niirnTmi.m Brig 8 Houston Maynard St Co if 63 " M Derry O P Cook AC Crawford " J Shackelford jr Ech M Elizabeth S W Tichenor ! , t Brig S Houston ,tan>4 8ch M Elisabeth M Gilmore " ' P Bremond Brig S Houston J W Morid f " á J Smuther Sch M Elisabeth W M Rica Sl'SBaraes Phillip & co Brig S Houston G F Cooke . ¡ nVV .l W M Rice r , 3 64 37 as 6 684 W 60. 19 IS 60 I J< 14.00 60 . ;ÍT¡:,:«O 48' «o 2a 76 BrigS Houston HAI ...... .- •' . ii*"". chell and 0 a twataava ■ wm'if oo i8 ¿P flrtg Galveston A 4r G Ball 63 ' Brig Rodney M Of ma. Ajp i ■Fftic f i mm i«U. •a 4 CO 7 (40 Sch Luda H A Cobb W LHürd 162 13 14 36 BrirGalvoston- Hitcfrcock Aco355 15 Drlg Columbia F W G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 4 November 1843

7 • imimes HiKjfei ■~0 fe<3 • #Í¿ *JWÉL$ é w mm&MiL i ij¡ f n ® i i rj WfWWi ... . LÍ- ■■i^.Stl.W&-y ^9S rtiiwto & "M. many who ícoous U . noticed ng, end proper and bebaaaince ma „ JWU discourae led intellectual action—a ly "of • carious and unoaual diacrepanciea observed in the- r re two: after reading the Com- snls the clergyman repeated the aiitb, and when giving out iné second hymn, he gave out the •am which hjsd been just previously suog. "> The Morman Prophet.—The following sketch of Joa Smith is by the Editor of the Pittsburgh Two d difisd iraiWof'&vel«r; ?a, upov#e' very grave* of in by gone canturías, and in s dark age, wore prsc tiling mysterious rite and barbsroua otties upon their delude Bnt though tha (Vfacber wi as literal in hia taita ai testa, sa any "Kittle drummle' er 'Muckiewrath' that ever a congregation of Covenantee, I doubt whether the imaginations of hia herrera eonld be reatrained. What an oeeaaion eras here for an historiasl diaeeur*e...

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