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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 December 1852

EDITOR * Pft©PR «TOA CHARLES DC MORSE TUB STANDARD 07 TUB TRBB LOlfO IS ALL OUR BANKER BRAVE THE BREEZE ?&&&** 4 NO. & PRC SATURDAY, DECEMBER, COUNTY, TEXAS, CLAllKSVILLE, RIVER RED VOL. 10 . 18.—Dith-esnng If® s$W HM ®1? ||1 Rl K&S&' m K m i $ t tih Ms Hi) i«K ' ■i r«p n>4t} rith tW •h , urf " 'I I THE DEATH OF WEBSTBR. Mr. J. Buchanan Bead, of whose poetical pow ere a recent writer in tho North British Review expresses so decided an opinion, has written the following on the evont of tho day: The great are falling from us—to the dust Our flag droops midway,full of many sighs; A nation's glory and a people's trust Llo in the ample pnll where Webster lies. The great are falling from us—one by one As fall tho patriarchs of the forest trees; The winds shall seek them vainly, and the sun Qaze on each vacant spaoe for centuries. Lo, Carolina mourns her steadfast pine, Which,like amain-mast,towered above her realm; And Ashland hears no more tho voice divine From...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 December 1852

J Ir WmoeNT CITY. i t * * i- wfke Steamship Croacont City,under command if J wised niid hipniau Davenport, arrived at N. q fl«m on the Oth iiiMt., from New York.* S alie approached the Moro, the pilot eame otfiand iuqukod if oaptuin Porter, or purser Hmitfa, won on board. Upon being informed that the latter waa on board, he declined taking the (hip in, and Captain Davenport took the von- sul in without bio assistance. An won as the auchor was let go, the captain of the port cumc alongside,and, after hearing that Mr. nmitli wuh on board, he stated that no communication could could be bad with tho shore, until ho returned from a visit to the Captain Gcttorali Upon his return, he ftatod that tho mails and passengers for Havaua might be landed, but that no other person would be permitted to do so. Captain Davenport then showed him a letter from tho A- merican Consul, just received) whioh advised him that the whole difficulty had been settled by Mr. Oonklin, except that Capt. Porter und ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 December 1852

Jr To Advertisers. The attention of Advertisers of all classes, who ' *—* patron- call- _ „ . pro- Biited'ijy the columns of Tho Standard. The on- v uulilio Journal published in the Red River re- ion of Texas, it has almost an exclusive oireula- on in the Counties of Bowie, Titus, Hopkins, 'cd lliver, Lamar, Fannin, Grayson, Cooke, Den- on Collin, Hunt, and Dallas^ besides a scattering irculation, in contiguous Counties. Its ontire cir ulution is larger than that of any other Journal „ the State, easj of tho Trinity River; and it is (clieveil only equalled by that of one other Jour- mi within the State; and it is steadily increasing, piiose, who may, for any object, wish to arrest the bsorvation of the citizens of one of the most lensely settled sections of the State, the pro- luot* of which, are in the east,and along tho Red liver border Cotton,of which it uinkos large crops; n the westerly, and southern portions, wheat,corn ind Beef, would do well to avail themselves of our mlunin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 4 December 1852

'1 1 ■ i I :1 C I I J \ I ;i I I. , MY OWN FIRESIDE. Ut othari seek for empty joys, At tell or coaeert, rout or play, Whilst, far from fashion's idle nuiie, Her gilded dopes, end trapping* gay, I while the wintry eve away— •Twist book end late, the hours dividei And marvel how 1 e'er eould itrey From the*—my own Fireside! My own Firwide! Those simple word* Can bid the sweetest dreams srisci Awoken fceling'a tenderest chorda, And fill witli tears of Joy my eyes! What is there my wild heart oen prise, That doth not In thy sphere abide. Uuunt of my home-bred sympathies, My own—my own Fireside! A gentle form is near-tne now; A small white hand is elasped in mine, I gate upon her plaoid brow, And ask what joys can equal mine! A babe whose beauty'jjhalf divine, In sleep his mother's eye doth hidci Where may love seek a fitter shrine, Than thou—my own Fireside? Whet care I for the sullen tout Of winds without that ravage earthi It doth but bid mo prize tho'toiore The shelter of thy hallowe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 December 1852

■3*1 Unw*. 'm.-Ahwm ' j\k i''t& ■'$ V i^§2*iS£iySl^ c haulm dk momi loho shall octb banner IUTI Tax BRBEZE EDITOR b p as TO! (TAN DAKD or THB rltBB VOL. 10 CLARKS VILLE, 1 BED RIVER COUNTY, T E X A 8, SATURDAY, DECEMBER,!!, 18 52. Mb. Webster's Farm*—The farm of Mr stater is probubly one of thettost notablean Fluttering Hearts. l From th* Philade'^a Penn<yh'anian,Xov.i The Paris corrospou- [);l UioitAftoO. Anderson, (formerly of this State, (charged with breach of trust in om Wr.zling about #8,000'entrusted to his caro, to be delivered to certain person* in this State, by Moses Greenwood A Co., on the 5th of Au- cu t 1847, was tried and convicted of the charge, at New Orleans, on the 27th ult. The penalty inflicted was 3 yetrs imprisonment in the peni- tentiary.—Ark. WAty. * Wo have been requested to state that the gen- tleuiau wtio is to have charge of the telegraph office at this plaoe, will arrive in a day or two, v ith the wife. &c. The line will extend both to New Or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 December 1852

t '/• I, t Tot Ukkikdut cut or all.—The greatest torment to our Whig friend*, ainco their late overwhelming defeat, ia the little uruhina who ■til Salt Ilivur Ticket*. Yesterday,Third itreet between Walnut uid Ohesnut, waa lined by theae perambulating merchants. Every paaaor by, "be he Democrat, or be be Whig, waaaoooated with—"Buy a Salt River Ticket air? rail road, attain boat and omnibua line*—price ouly three MUM or three for a dp." Most peraona received tbia aalutation good naturedly, urohawid a tick- et, or paaaed on smiling; but occasionally, some •oar old fellow, who had more ucid added to his nature by tho "groat defeat," would flttro uu, and to U queation, "will you buv?" crubbedly •ay, "no, no, you young rtwcal, sell your tickota to aome one elaa; it fa bad enough to be defeat* •d, without being inaulted at every oorner." [Pennsylvania*. The following are oopiea. f/u "HieI frith jirogtu," ami M "tSwut German At- MM," will not prevent tht Steamer from Hurting. JOBSALT SITE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 December 1852

Ul '2. Jr. m 1* ill P- it in d b > effeot]n( (mb |n obJC<,ti I to the columns of Th« Standard. The on- ly publio Journal published in the Red Rivor re- gion, of Twu, it haa almost an exolusive circula- tion jn the Couuties of Bowie, Titus, Hopkins, r, Lamar, Fanntu, Grayson, Cooke, Den- Hunt, and Dallas, besides a scattering , in contiguous Counties. Itsentire cir i is larger than that of any other Journal Jtate, east of the Trinity River; and it is : only equalled by that of one other Jour- nal within the State; and it is steadily inoroasing. Those, who may, for any objoct, wish to arrest the observation of the oituens of one of the most densely settled seasons of the 8tate, the pro- duots of which, are ra the east,and along the Rod River border Cotton,of which it makos large crops; in the westerly, and southern portions, whcat.com and Beef, would do well to avail themsolvoa of our columns. We make no effort, by personal solici- tation in the commercial Cities, to obtain a la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 December 1852

1 11 1' 9*9*! T Tii f /''rum the lionton hut,] I [>'/"/ the Motion Bee—a Whiyjai.tr THE VOTE OF HOSTOS—IMAUALI'IV THE KLRTfON BJgUByS—m,Q'rr SO- TIME I'OK ClTfU cuxKsmui. .liUtyUBOCK, • ' ! fl ' ' t'.r MJf 1 ♦ < \f •• • * "! : l'OR riEKCE AM> KLMi. The democracy of Boston hare done nobl)! They went ia wlid column for Pierce u<i Iviu^r,! uiarkaMu ttid iLc vac of TUKWt Hl.t'SAKD for C#B "1 ljnij « U I <*48, is nearly nvrTUOMAWfcr Pierce ia mkmgat 1842. Xhe froo soil vote baa gone backward* In the 2d volume of fcri 180-7, ill* mid: UABH1KQT0H, _ VAIL STAGE itifR. ■-JI.-V. |f ' t ; V \ i j ' I I t i: 1 ! I I r < y i t votes, from Nineteen hundred in ]848, to Fourteen hundred in 1852. The re- ■ttl t, unlocked lor, of about Five hundred plu- rality for the democratic nomination will bo at gratifying to ovary friend of Bound national pol iti«; , « it will be mortifying and ciftouiiding to the Seward whig*. All honor to the union zeal, and patriotism of the Suffolk democra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 December 1852

mm OHARLKt DC MOMl VOL. 10 * • • •* • s if •,> ,' p*; >, . . JL'v '•.•• ■** ~*l Sfej:%£ '*?. >7 "-v •. .-.J3 ■ T "J - '•« /A '■ • * ; *!■'■* VM . . Jf to iiau on BAamut Mats tkx iiuu-tu tamdaud or tkb nu .•«m; <5 s- i • r *. ■ . *■** * . • t iMVlWMMHIi v U VI OLARKSVILLE, BED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER) 18, 18 6*; mi?. is/woll, tsb mauve Her mighty setts the breetesh And fast the leaves the tokening land, And from the ihore the last iirewell Is waved by many a snowjhand; And weeping eyes are on thjmain, Until its verge she wandos o'ort 3ut, from that hou of partpg pain, Oh! she was never heard jt morel I In her was many a mother'joy, And love of many a vrocjng fair; for her was waited, in itasigh, The lonely heart's unceulng prayer; And ohi the thousand hopf untold Of ardent youth that voqel bore; Say, woro they quonchcd |i oeean cold, For she was never hcnrl of more? hen on her wide and trakless path Of desolation doomed U flee, •■ay, sank she mid the blejl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 December 1852

! I i !] <11 •' s * t . fr m r: ' 1 i Jn il i , IK fj h r if* i li ■ > ki ' ii «K " I.iNtioN, OiTol'.Ml I4tli, 1N.VJ. ••Our '.V use Ua. not a riuglo ablc-lo liud jvjnii t "n .ts wAfls." 'i !iis*.'wui4 likely to bc- iiiiu • ii stnv .iv|i; l iinii iiiii'-. nu'iit in tlio eoun- • t-v newspapers in rui d districts; whilst in in#- nvVf ll<" Jurgo iu tiiui'ucturlng town*—N->tLyijr- Itaju, fur iu.tauce—vrc hear of tl o '•siualleijt number t' jmtjijr* of nil c'as-tes ever kn^wn. In Pu; laborers Were no few that « ddiers weru employed iu bnrvost work, uud the colliers n-eouded t'i 'Ui their siibtorruucan ultfidcs into jmro nil' mid Mimhino to follow the suioo avoc.t- tii.n in ilie northern counties. The 7YmM<w ii '\v iuditljfiitjf in speculations an tbo diiy when we may Uavo to import lttbniers froiri 1* landers mid Hajtony. Wo tire, in fact, at present im- porting nrt;sans from Germany for somoof,our manufactures, In London, business ot all kinds ia ko brink llmt it in with d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 December 1852

T".T . . TsAdvsrtisers. The attontion of Advortlsars of all classes, who ltriv be desirous to secure tt>o business patron* „.r0 of the people of Northorn Texas, is apiaincall- J to tin* faeilitio* f«r effecting suoli an object, pro- imiitud by tlio columns of Tho Standard. 'I'lio ou- ir public Journal published in th« Red Rivor. re- „f Texas, it bus almost an exclusive circula- tion U tlio Coiiutiee of llowie, Titus, Hopkins, Red River, Lunar, Fannin, Grnyaon, Cooko, Hon- ton, Colli.., Hunt, and Dallas, besides a Mattering circulation, in contiguous Counties. Its cntiro clr dilation is largor than that of auy other Journal in tho State, oast of tho Trinity lliverj aud is believed only equalled by that of 0110 other Jour- nal within tlio State; and it U steadily increasing. Those, who may, for any object, wish to arrest the observation of the cltiions of one of the most densely settlod sections of tho Stato, the pro- ducts of which, aro in tho east,and along the Red jtivnr border ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 December 1852

'•i i s * I *1 it:! . §. rl "I !■( il l I I, si estate or CHA&UEI £ If IIERKAH letters F. BOYEK, DECEASED. ! ndmiuiftration were Novnm 'i'liK REMARKS OF GEN. l'll'HCE ON f A QUIET MAN DISPOSING OK AN INSI'LT. HOI CHARACTER OF MR. WJJUSTER. i M® Mark Kt-rr, who dutiu?ui h«d himself; \\ ■ llfitmeotd S. II.,c>nMeo<lay, atlO o'clock, tt the battle < f P.****, wm n but cc lfr ,, U* amtoflce, w«i. closed and "Vj of slijbt Therer,re «ll i* .-on, ha huj. it ud«l; *l>4 aiMfl after, tlio Repie-10* **■ u" ' •*" ' ' ' . , « ur<ul> aaid F.-tato if t to pre KUlzum*, _iijh wowdea full' f ciiiuti*, s i, HMja ta *e widow*** wiUiuj u> m CLABSbYILLE, WASHIHGTOK, AUTTlf ROCX MAIL BTAOE LINE. granted t" the und-irsignod, at th- >ovom •rut IH5i of th Prolate Court of Collin | v. uiniu th« Kst'i. .>f r. i;, F. H y*f doeea*- j Ml .. . - - „ - -. A|crie nf reMlutiou went vflend m4 read; lar/e numb r of iadiM being present. « H ■ - - * rtmd; Gamnu crowded torn to coin r twuii u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 December 1852

:~K * «*"' 'M '"Dm I [M 1 • * ° u, e°f ii °f 8* n t«m nd tu v" t£ '« ?y iu 1 Si St: inpl i ru«H •HllHtk ■not bt "d ft b(„ > , if i> uud j, iclttl u ' Trti, S'S. : 8 bc Mitt* '}•; Ik, «• f ttAt I rem. fv gW- plea- u Ml th paint |fol!o | U th th< th# TH |it fo nn>! |t'fur« pvid un th. Illo* Ithfy pod« ii ■tic. Iict L: THE STAIN ~ * • .# > 'A *5P*H m a. '•* : o * J CHARLES DK MOMS lonl shall 00* bawvi1 UUT1 tbi ■: a«l~tk* btandaid ov Tn nuu '•¥ EDITOR * PROPRIETOR. VOL. 10 OLARKSVILLE, BED RIVER COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER,25,1852 From the Shite (laxrtte; Dec. 8 th. TO THE DEMOCRACY OF TEXAS. Recommendation by the Democratic State Cen- tal Committee,of Conventionsjor the Nom- ination of Democratic candidates for'Gov- ernor, Lieutenant-Governor, and members of Congress. Whereas by the plan of organization for the democratic party of Texas, adopted by the Dem- ocratic State Convention which .assembled in Vustin on the 8tb day of January U&l. the Dem- ■cratic Stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 December 1852

a 1 v. f*. m f Mr [■I t, i . : | i! I i 11 PRB8ID* T'8 NEISAOE. fiUoie ciliztiu of 0t> Stunt*, < '<! Ik vc </ Pij retmtatiren: The brief space wbiib litu elapsed since the ilow? of your kst wy-ion, bus liccn marked by xilitieol event. Theqewren should regard it. if voluntarily cedcd by Spain, M most desirable acquWiion. But, under fil- iating circumstances, I bould lock upon its - ooruoiatlou into our Union u a wry naiarow* measure. It would bring into the confederacy different national tnck, speak- national in iUoha«c«cr fSSch modifications as in ray judgment were i ed as national in iu chamwr. du< tadapted to remedy ita evils and promote the liavo been commenced 1 . pn&fyX JL!n. k«u« "4J?ar!lSS£2*ts. occvmd to obauge my view on .libimpmuni p«i W yixi w.ml question. . W ithout repeating the argumcntscontamed in ~~ ' favur of discriminating i it )extraordinary political event. inequaorcn-,a popiiiuiioo m a Hfc«iv to hur-mi^former message in favur of discriminating...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 December 1852

'■ • ■ *'■ * .. The attentiort of Advertlaera of all olauoi, who mRT bo desirous to secure the buiinou patron' alte of the people of Northern Texas, in again call- ed to the fooilitiea for effecting such an objoot, pre- „ntc<l by the eolumna of The Standard. The on- lv public Journal published lb the Red River re- gion of Texan, it ha* almost an oxelusive circula- tion in the Counties of Bowie, Titus, Hopkins, Red River, Lamar, Fnnnin, Grayson, Cooke, Den- ton, Collin, Hunt, and Dalian, besides a scattering circulation, in contiguous Counties, Its entire oir dilation is larger than that of any other Journal io the State, oaat of the Trinity River; and it is believed only equalled by that of one other Jour- nal within the State; and it is stoadily increasing. Those, who may, for any object, wish to urrost the observation of the citizens of one of the most densely settled soctiona of the Stato, tho pro- ducts of which, are iu the cast,and along tho lied River border Cotton,of which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 December 1852

'f'1 / - I I11 fc Li I ■k >< i I III i'ii •' V ' |. i 11 ii 1 > B I f • i I Hi Wmdow-glui Glam In virtue thereof the Company have now.ond have (f>mi. reeordi of t|e Duko ^ Northumberland, r A I n\ V IB Tl,tue WOT®0' company w tv '"""j lvvvtv„ 1M1U ^_v W,11 1 •. .... P. had fi>' "MM time part, tbe power to file legally, the " laM w£doV "V"^nwick Castle were ro' - The undersigned, Trurtees of the Teian Em.- upon ,he lund| ,nd honiei of nearly every Colo- mov£d whenovcr hig fainily\ ipFncl to bo from grutiun am) Land Company, liog leavo most i s. | whereby they could pat them to infinite co t ^oiuc. No other substance lut Unded moro to {artfully U> address you. I nnd trouble, and koep their titlee in jeopardy and aJvunco science and add to tho comfort und It !• now well known to every one, that the l>- jjouht f„. m.n„ yeMtj ji^j the Company been happiness of man than ghuw. What tho mi- m motion of the paper*, from tho Agent'* olce.on j l(w ^ wen |bey („><,„ r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 January 1853

CHARLES DE MOME iono shall ooa BAWt.'bb bbatb thb bbbbzb editor i " m r- •tue it an dabs 01 thb fbbb CL AllKS \ VOL. 10 1 L L B. TiSXAs, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, HUD COUNTY, 8 6a. LETTER FRO . KJ 'SI PRESIDENTS' MESSAGE. [OONCLUDKD.] The report from tho Navy Department will Inform you of tlio prosperous Condition of tho brauch 0f the public servico committed to its charge. It presents to your consideration nia- iiv topic* ana suggosiious oi wuicu l u k your npproval. It exhibits an unusual degree of ae- tivity in the operations of tho Department during the pant year. The preparations for tho Japan expedition, to which I have already alluded} the arrangement made for tho exploration and survey of tho China Seas, tho Northern Pacific, and Behring Straits; the incipient measures ta- ken towards a rocounoisaueo of tho continent of Africa eastward of Liberia; tho preparation for au early examination of tho tributaries of the river La Plata,which a recent decree of tho pro- visional chief of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 January 1853

s; si iff ji I § n * H i ; i i i It V f i | ''i ' ttf! II U i 'H ■\ ■<*v V4tlt* occupations of individual t indery. Clwrterod hanking U Almost <iuully objectionable, bceau*# It crcati'$ ,^auo|Hilk>. and monlod aristocratic*', but against FWo Banking, which Is upon th dem- ~ "T Coed Crtfpla(. I itStafna HmM. '^felr. Joseph Williams, oi the prairie, throo and 1 |n the l* uo of the Hwald for t#e Wtli ult., wo half mlins from thin Town, iuad" tbU year, 21) (flm| tho valedictories of both tlio editor and the bale* of cotton averaging 020 pounds to the balo« working publisher. Tho first i* a dooument whoso >uni*!b!o practical mggortion* may be fcominendod to tho consideration of p«opl« gonornHy—itho last U a document, esprcMivo of parting and kind THE STANDARD. ™ ~ - — .hi with 1<I« property, (whether money or goods,) j "ny bcat ■l« b.. uIj ubh: not uraatinit uuisauoos or acting I K. M. Hopkins, on hU prairie plocc, mo wile — - . „ ..u..,. ! contrary to morality; tho mo obj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 January 1853

ttMnrtUm. The attention of AdvertUom of all «la**o , who may bo deilroti* to sooura tho business patron- age of the pooplo of Northern Texas, i iigain call- ed to the foollitie* for pffoptlng such un olgeut, pro- vented by tho columns of TI o Standard. Tlio on- ly public Journal publUbod in tho Hod Rivor re- nion of Texas, it line almost im exclusive eiroulo- BONHAMPEMALEACADEMY P'jf® I'UlS'f Session of the B<mluuu Female J. Academy,coumcnaed on tho 13th In t„ under tho luperi u wiidenoe of Mum Frances C. Cnooiu. Student* wishing to enter, will bo chm- c .1 2* , "meo' entry, only lor tho retail indor (II V fill S.tHMIof.* n.. L * I n e'rculn- ' isoasluu; no deduction being made fur sub- Bowie, Titus, Hopkins, ™!" tt,JSOUCO> cswllt iu c* c* « ' protracted ill- lied ltiver, La war, Fannin, Gruyson, Cooke, Deul ton, Collin, Hunt, and Dallas, beside* a cuttcriu< Iff in tho Countio* of UC.s9. T'i? ,cuu™° °f instruction will be Elementary, and Scientific; embracing also tho Frenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 January 1853

*1 If* It \ 1H P 1 il I rr 11 a u ■' ?1 i ill la il TO TiB COLONISTS OF PETERS' COLOHi¥. The undersigned, Trti*toon of the Texan Emi- gratiou and Land Company, beg leave most res- pectfully to oddrow you. It i« now well known to every one, that the ab- Itroction of tho papers, from the Agent's office,on the 10th of July last, wa« a great ami material In- jury dono to every Colonist, nnd that it him pli with the Government and tho Company. all ...eh rights in your favor, to forego all It Unow certain thut if tiio file* had not have been taken nway,every Colonial, of "I'o tors' Colo- ny" would hythis time have bud a patent for their land, and tlie long di*pufc d question of title would avc beta quieted and ret tied forever. It is not the Intention of tho undernignod to eon- to the Commissioner of the (ie.ieral Laud Offioo.- rflAKKN up b' Krwln kwey, one Imy ttUy, with , „„„ ltoc.Hk. Omfm,!«. .W-J * I had for tome timo pant, the power to hie Injatly \ bmniJ J wltJl jjj, 0I) t) e loft „...

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