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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 11 November 1840

tilFSS2s fc-wjtrtwrw ' T 3 .M "" 7 nKSftngt" -a"-- WRi - -.-. i a. iu.' L JtVMf - .fir i hi." a fc$ m 5. JPSufr w? .-& i. "f ' my: -wr: ii V U wBwwKiLiiaxiimiiMluA'i-l!J't'' ' "" y'T -w;-..L4y-g---'"""' " '!. mw ijl) iii iiiwj in tiiigjHj SAW LUIS AVCA E3S T ROBIjVSON & Co. SAN LUIS. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 11 1340 VOL. I.NO. ii. Ml. JUL lLrIPIIIMU A h!m r-lJiB-JB""!1? I I' l Lw 3-. I l - "V 15K!. t KVSp J? SAN LUIS ADVOCATE PStXTED ASD PCtlimCD ZTERT TCE8IUT BY S. J. DUttNBTT On The Comer of Market and "Liberty Streets. TERMS:-SracwrTMs Five Dollars a year paya- ole in adraace or aerca uouars at me expiration ui the jear No pspcr will be dt-conlianed (except at iJie discretion of the Editor) uiitil all arrearages hare beca paid. AanxTisrurjsTs trill be iavcrted at the rate of SI 00 per aquare for the firs iuerticn and-50 cents for C3ch ec- tl.crciftcr ten lines or less constituting a square. The aatcberof inssr.icns required maw be -aaxsedoa the marfrin of the msnuscnpt or ihey ...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 11 November 1840

fSK V - wr J- memory slill lotains and during the remainder of 1113' trip will avoid procinstmntion. Thursday 27th June left Natchitoches at G o'clock it) the evening with an addition to our company of Capt. E.an old acquaintance and Mr. 13. whom 1 had never seen before. The first I saw of 1J. was after we started he was riding by the side of .Mr. S. through the streets of Natchitoches. "What little drunken old mm is that ?"' said 1 to Colonel S. as I saw him n..u from side to side on his horse vomiting luc.ut-ghing and talking in a weak plaintive voice. " That is B ' said lie " from and is highly esteemed as a gentleman i worthy citizen as .wretched an appearance as he now makes." " That wont do"' said I "his stand- ing must have been misrepresented to you; that little old fellow can never have passed for a gcnllemanaivyttheie. no not even for a drunk- en one.'1 S. insisted that he was and narrated his reasons. 1 combalted them and summoned his own eyes as witness against them. We ...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 11 November 1840

&-!?' !f S N 'W. w t. 1 J0S w X t Mi1ife - ' nfi-iK- -I M I i. iS IS) 1.W IV . 5?" . is whsn these metals are completely refined they are perfectly alike no mutter from what mines they are procured.'' Now since all these particulars meet more fully in gold and silver than in any other com modifies. ' it is easy to see why they have been universally adopted as the medium of conl. degree calculated l0WJto aml diminish uv desired mercc almost since the beginning of the world." r'rf'1'-v. f S fecllnp and exciting wiimosity . " 1 in the minds of those whom he is anxious to convinrc; They were used for this purpose long before alldvacT a state of mind is not favorable forthc cxami- the art of coining was introduced their value nation or reception of truth. being ascertained by their weight. Abraham paid for the field of Mucpelah with silver. "And Abraham weighed to Ephron the money that he had said in the picsence of the sons of lleth 400 shccklcs of silver current money with the merc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 11 November 1840

- s -. 'S' Lfe- ItW p7 iy safe-. J KSW-SSrr lDVEIITISEMENTS. MATAGORDA AO.VDEMY. mHS Rev. C. S.t tts ar.dL nv "oulJ respectfully JL inform thc citizens of this pice and its vicinity tbit they are now prcparcdlo receive pupil? ofboth sex- es into their institution and to instruct them in all the branches ofa substantial and finished cducaiion. Fromihe delightful location and health of Matagotda from the comforts and convenience of :i well built town; from nitron? desire ofthe pcaplr. to establish :.nd maintain a hichtone of moral fcclm? in the communi- ty; from the laudable observance tf the lord's day end regular attendance of the citizens on Divine Service which is cow held uninterruptedly on every Sunday; and frurn their beimr a regular Sunday School in town this cannot but be a vcrv desirable place for an institu- tion far the education of the vcunit. Mi. Ires is a'gradualc cf one of the first colleges in 'ic United S:ates; and Mr?. Ives was educated in the best schools for young...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 18 November 1840

v; i. c SAUT LUIS ADVOCATE. T. ROBINSON & Co. SAN LUIS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18 1840. SAN LUIS ADVOCATE. PRINTED AND IL'BUJUr.D EVERY T3ESDAT BY S. J. DURSETT On The Corner of Market and I.ILcrty Streets. TERMS: Smscr.irnoN pive Dollars a year paya- ble in advance or Seven Djlars at the expiration of the year. IWo paper will be discontinued (except S".ihc discretion or the Editor) until all arrearages have bet"1 paid. Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of'! 00 per square far the fiiM insertion and 50 cents for u'ch. week thereafter ten lines or less constituting i square. The number of insertion's required must be mai n the margin of the manuscript or ihcy w ill be in -'-dtill foibid and charged accordingly. Ad ertisc -"s from a distance musj.be accompanied with the n or good reference in town. Announcing caudidatcs forsny office will bs 10 00 in advance. " Yearly Advertising For forty lines or less renewable ai pleasui e $f0. ?u contract taken for less than one year and p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 18 November 1840

s tack the large miningcitv of Gnnnajunto. which then contained 80000 inhabitants Most of the populace joined him. and the gni- lison with Mich of the Spanish lesidents a had lemaineil took refuge in n large and stmng ed- ifice called the Alomhga; they defended them- selves to the last The place was carried by the pel severing foi ce nf number after they 11' sufl'ered gicat slaughter; the Spaniards we e massacred and aa cilwibH e pillage toot place It is i elated that some of the Indian. who follow A Hidalgo weie so ignorant of the effects oi nitill-i. that they charged up to the mi uihs of the cannon and attempted to stop 1 then mure1; with thou flag hats till blown to piece-In ihei! -.chaise. Hidalgo's Mice still i 'cieased; and afteres- tablis'u new etil autlmiilies in Guanajuato he movcj towards the capitol with a multitude which accumulated ekr a-i avelanch es-t went till it exece ed an hu.iJiec1 thousand men. Among hUasvoci itos were a lew men of stand- ing and man individuals...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 18 November 1840

1 c f!"1.- ;. V.. ate ADVERTISEMENTS. MATAGORDA ACADEMY. TKS Rev. C. S.l . ardL n" vould rcspcctfully inform the cilirci.s ofthis p ace and its vicinity that they arc now prepared to receive pupils ofboth sex- into their institution and 10 instruct them in all tlie branches of a substantial and finislieJ education. Prom the delightful location and health of Matngotda from the comforts and convenience of a well built town; from n stronz desire ofthepcoplc tocstablishtnd maintain a high tone of moral feeling in the communi- ty; from the laudable observance f the I-irds day and regular attendance of the citizens on Divine Service which is n jv held uninterruptedly cm every Sunday; an J from l!iir oritur a n-gular Sunday School in town t!ii cannot but be a vcrv desirable place for an institu- tion for the education of the rutin? Mr. Ives is a graduate of one of the first colleges in ihc United States and Mrs. Ives was educated in the best scho.ils for young ladies in New England; beside...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 18 November 1840

1 Ksi 5? wise be taken as full compensation for the costs j of an ordinary suit at law. Much has been said and written abroad as regards.the lawless character of our popula- tion but those best qualified to judge will sup- port me in the assertion that no people are generally tolorc watly and willing to conform to the taws and be governed accoidingly and none more jealous of their right. Loudly in- deed did they remonstrate against the high- handed and arbitrary decision of .our New Court regarding it .is an outrage of their rights I and a violation of law. Thev maintain that a ! law passed bv congress sanctioned approved ' and ptoperlv promulgated b bcoiDPs the law of . the land to all intents and purposes until re-1 11 t ' peateu oy some ituiire congress or annuuca vy i the highest judicial .inthoiities that :t is the duty of all good officers to conform to the letter and spirit thereof; and that it is; not the pro- vince of any not even the petty magistrate seated in authority to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 25 November 1840

w - - - lwt r' SAM L( IK t)V rC: T E . Z't: B T. ROBINSON & Co. SAN LUIS. WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 25 l840. VOL. I. NO. 13. JO I SAN LUIS ADVOCATE. PRINTED AND rUBLUUKD EVERV TUESDAY BY S. J. DURXETT . Oil The Comer or Market and Liberty Streets. TEK.MS: Scbscriptiok Five Dollars a 3-ear" paya- ble in advance or Seven Dollars at the expiration of the year. 1$o paper will be discontinued (except at ihc-discrctiou of the Editor) until all arrearages have been paid. Frenchman who in Spain and the Briton and American who in Canada had faced each other in combat now stood side by side in the fellow- ship of danger. The difficulty of commanding sue!' a force may easily be imagined. The national animosities of men recently hostile the ttirbulant spirit of the Americans the punc- tilious jealousy of the European officers and the wavering and unconfiding character of the Mexicans were liable to come into fatal colli- Advektisemevts will be inserted at the rajc of SI 00 per square far the first...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 25 November 1840

1 . .sta x ' m . From the Viekbnnr W!i SKETCHES OF -liZXAS. ron :as jocvil or x Tormsr." s A". XI. " I We patted with Cant. F. r.n.4 i.tv v j. Che l e.L.esd ly evrii.ng. 3d July 11 4 o'clock. VI -.roce'"! t...ui.i.ali.h"j... Unist.. 16 miles ....! S..cli.cltwiiji1i. He l.v. -.. .11 ni.MtMMiid. DiiiMliw'si.i .1 ;.... L .. . . - ' rmnfo. t.tlilp h..i.fc.. p: t.. n . h W( . fctrni.tr 'ill.... ti .-... . " - .he .n .! (lflIle lll!iilIih Ih. hjs k:tch.. ..blt... b.l M.. s-.i..Sli.MM. m fl.iiry and on.ei .. .. bni!!.. IIWi ... . : 'v n r.iMi... .1. ... 1 l Itinui ii In .... 1... .:...: .. . faake ihi . i...t.nsr .ri U. U ih k . r. ....... ii. ia i titmi ..! fish n. hi b tUfi.!. and mH iiI1(! . IIIIllJ1 t( if ;(! 1 t- 1.. 1 ....s.!lrfult. lnai c:ln(t.tj. wJlh jo h f in host. " LXPV1 Thl" SN.V ''"""C 4tl. J..lv and Lnft JU- 5lh.-rn.Sv in thf ntormnz. ind traveled II niil.-j. ... hi.-.-.kfa-i ..t C..1 Wil- iia.iis wiio v.v i.itind '. th.. ... f m.hi.i ... Jim the aiu.v a-r.iinst ihe liir1.'....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 25 November 1840

J --neaT-rtr 8A&3 IL0938 AETOCAITIE. E1KJJ1A NOVEMBER 85. : 1840. ffr Pub'irbers of newspapers vrho receive this num- ber of she A vociie will 10 Hera f iv'or by ubcing our maw ..pji ihjir excunge li . Tlio-e in ilie U. a aic win addre their i.pertj uesan L. us.-juvjci.c .c vjncaai wterc aey win De recer. cu una urejucu w ih ut .hii sl .. b.- mir a-eat. TUN pin. f hsrinc oar P lpirsscit to uia New Orlein-: lu b.-ea adop.ed to ob cb CfRns'r.J. Caleer cf Braioria i the authorized agem forihe Advocate in Braioiia county. 53" D wist. J. Toiam. E-q i the aa.horizcd spent for the A I vocate at Washing on. 53" We arc nuthniize.I to nnuo.ince COI.. WILUAM ItYO.V sn a ciiulil.-ue fm Clerk of t .e District Cum l of tliij county :.t the next election. H3" We are autho tzed to auii(iiitice'i'lK) -. B LA.CIC WELL. E?ii..n:i can lil..te for Cleik of the Di-tricl Com t of the county of Biaz.uia. ' r3We are niUhmized to announce UOR'T F CLEMENT as a candidate for Count v Cleik of Br-izmi.i Coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 25 November 1840

" v- v .-- w "' AJJ V UK i IZsXiril KJM1B. a ttit rTM? TTfnri MATAGORDA ACADEMY. TKE Rev. C. S.l tz3 Ad.-ADrroutd respectfully Inform the citizens of this p ace and its. vicinity that they are now prepared to receive pupils ofboth sex- es into their institution and to instinct them in all the branches of a Mibsianli.il and finished education. From the delightful location and health of Matagord-i from the comforts and convenience of a well built tou-n; from a stronc desire of the people io establish mid maintain a high tone of moral feclin? in the communi- ty; from the laudable observance of the Lord's day and regular attendance of the citizens on Divine Service ""Well is now held uninterruptedly on every Sunday; Jn(liron.sV-irin5 a regular Snndar School in town rtiis cannot Out be hvcry desirable plsc for an institu- tion for the education of'thc voung. Mr. Ires is a graduate of one of the first colleges in ihe United States; and Mrs. Ives was educated in the " best schools for voti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 3 December 1840

-'Jl A . . ar-grfraa&aj- -ww - .fcP ' - - - - ' - - -- -'t t - "7 4 SAW ADVOCATE T. ROBIJVSOJV & . THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3? 1840. VOL. I. NO. 14. ? u.C y ' i?" Vji JILi nu Jl 5 - V SAW LUIS ADVOCATE. TRUrtTD AND MTIU3UFD EVER1 TIESDAT P Y S . J . DUKXETT Oa The Corner or Market and Liberty Streets. TCRMSl-ScEscwpnoN r;vc Donari a We in advance or Seven DoirsaUhe cipiratiou of No paper ill be discontinued (except at he d!scretJon ol the Editor) until all arrcarageshav. been naid AnvrimsEMCNTs w ill be inserted at the rale ot Srnn LAW XOTICID. A. C. HINTON ?ST?J2.VJC V 6a' Us!' lh differw" Cnunsof the ItepuMic. TV anieivhtsauentliVi tiiihi.i!inimrn..rf .i.i.w ;om the foiled Mate 08i' e. tjah rm. Tt-iRs. leferto Hon AbnerS. Lirramr . f il'JUU Z" jKBflF Sec ofS'itt Col Jives Love J 4L McKivscv 4 AVu.tiMn j v OiU ("lai'. per square for the nrst insertion and 50 cents for cacn rf') PlOI'mj1 f t Er" Trpf ' week thcrciner ten lines or less constituting ahlr nvrrVi '""' "" (1 '-' I squi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 3 December 1840

ee- 'fsa jJnli"wiii -"4f X. ink V $v !SE A ri tillos had loft the troops bare of many article ' cei had not piocccded farbcfoie he saw a par- which they needed ; for even the span- linen of ty of mounted and armed men of bnnditti like the olficeis had been destroyed. The Genet dl ' appeaiance who commenced firing upon him thcrcfoic deemed it advis.iblc to enter the place Some of his native tioopcrs directly iccogniz- to obtain supplies. Accordingly though he cd them as insurgennts and after several fi nil knew it was prepaicd foi defence he summon- less attempts they were hi ought to a pal ley ed it to submit on condition of the persons and As Min.i's soldieis from their diess and movc- piivate pioperty of the inmates being lespected. ' ments appealed to be legular foops the in-uu- 1 he terms being rejected he prepaicd to as- geants had supposed them to be Uoyahsts The sault it dming the coming night The place had a ganisonof tlnec hundred men. counting mostly of the local militia a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 3 December 1840

'"a?"'" f.'5.jri.'--ii p - -- ) t iseisiisgr- rL?-' large a space at the same time. Hence the necessity of endeavoring to discover and fix a medium between the ruinous concentration of political po vcr in an irresponsible despotism or a bonded oligarchy on the one hand which like a burning glass is only felt to burn and desolate wherever its dreaded focus moves and the scattered and flickering rays of a pure dempcracy on the other hand of a power veich is neither intense cnongi nor steady enough to warm and animate intn any health- ful and permanent growth the la:ent elements of social prosperity. Now we insert that this medium has not been attained ns yet by the people of this Republic. And fcence is to be traced in part at least the feeble Oad "vacillating policy of its government in relatbn to many subjects of general interest. Thcihort time for which main of the public agents .ire" elected and the nature of the official duties.of main of them being such as it cannot be sipposed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 3 December 1840

4 . i1 -Kf W"1 ADVERTISEMENTS. MATAt.OK.DA ACADEMY. THE Rev C. S I T15 andL dtouH lespectfully inform the entices of this p ace and its vicinity that thei arc now prepared to receive pupils ofbalh sex- es m'o tlicir institution And so untrue: them in all the branches of a substantial and finished education From the delightful lo Hon and health of Matagorda from the comforts and convenience of a veil built town from a strong desire ot the people to establish i.nd maintain a high tone of moral fee! is in the community-; from ihc laudable rfweiranee f the Lord's day . and fcgnlanltendancc ot the citizens on Divine Service which is now held nninterrup.edlv on even Sund. v rnd from their being a regular Smidit" Srhool m town this cannot but be averv desirable place lur an institu- tion for the education of the voting Mr Ives is a graduate of one of the first colleges in ihe United S ates and Ml"; Ives v as educated m the h-s; schools foryonngladies in New England besides which thev h"ve ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 10 December 1840

r - . f-- . U IV "ax? feff y.. .niiTn.n..w.i 5 Mr rrT7:r)rrju w--y 3 ?iw tj&n. . .iWviM t e I iff F r if - JJVaJ. -a- &" 3- VIS 4 SAW LtIS ADVOCATE ' ' fffi V-'fejL r a v.t i $- ib.' S ziJLz" Jv JlS- & u TROBINSON & Co. sets- SB SAN LUJS ADVOCATE. RUNTED AND PCBUSHED EVERT TUESDAY RX S. J. DTJRNETT 0 TIi& Corner of Market and Liberty Streets. TER3&-: SniscRirno.v Five Dollars a jcar paya- ble in Advance or Seven Dollars at the expiration of ihe .year. 2fo paper Jritl be discontinued (except at the discretion bt the Editor) until all arrearages Lave been paid. AsTERTraciSNTS will be inserted atthc rate of SI 00 per square for the first insertion and 50 cents for each "neck thereafter ten lines or less constituting a square. The number of insertions required must be smarted on the margin or the manuscript or lhcy will f 'be inserted lilllvTbid and charged accordingly.. Advertisements from a distance must be accompanied j wiih the cash or good reference in town....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 10 December 1840

.Tiif "v? r- tJTtzzg? jmaagrasar.a&Has 24- JUWt-iiiM A 12; iho road lo the left and took a position ; while Mina made a co: responding movement to his right and occupied a little hollow in the undu- lating plain which would serve to cover him while making his dispositions. This was not far from San Felipe and near an Hacienda called San Juan de los Llanos. Ordonez formed his infantry behind a fence or wall. of loose stones about breast high in ivhich near the centre of his line two breaches weie made to servo as ports for his guns; and Ills cavalry were drawn up in the open ground to the right of his foot. From between the two cannon ports a lower wall about two and a half feet high ran out at right angles with the other to the ground which Mina occupied. From the suddenness of Mina's approach or from some mal arrangement of the enemy's ammunition they could not immediately come at their grape shot; and a bag of dollars being the only substitute at hand their cannon were charged...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 10 December 1840

F"-" -!Zl3XZXlpnrj i'5' T i k i' n -A iatow"i - believejwhen it vras placed in its proper light before the House that members would support audi a measure. "- Gen. Houston said that he ho!r"d the resolu- tion of the gentleman to lie on the table would prevail: he had thrown the gauntlct)-and he (Gen. H.) would ashonestlv take untheeace: and with ''open hands and a clean desk" he open 10 see the matter conducted. But he was not prepared to admit that the bill was iniquit- ous and fraudulent: if it was there had been but seven.honest members in the House at (he last session as but seven voted againstjt. It - will produce a lengthy and an animated debate. The bill reserving a strip of land 21 miles in width on each side of the military road ex- tending fiom Red River to the Nueces for the benefit of actual settlers was read the liiird time and passed. This land is to be cut up in- to 040 acre tracts and granted to actual settlers: possession to be thc.only proof of ownership. This will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 10 December 1840

-v "-S. -ah- X TJ l .jjrWj - ADVERTISEMENTS. JIATAGORDA academy. TjJS Rcv.C. S.t visarjlLjiDT'iould respectfully inform the citizens of lE'isp ace and its vicinity that they arc now prepared to rrf civc pupils ofbath -os into their institution and t instruct them in all the brandies ofa substantial and fr.thcd education. Fromlhe delightful lo.-ation e 3 health of Matagnnla frotn the comforts and convnience of a 'well built town; from a strong elf 'ire of tbcrcople to establish and maintain a high tone c"tmoral Inkling in the communi- ty; from ihc laudable u'Ecrvar.re of the Lord'sday and regular attendance of t c citizens nn Divine' Service which is now he'd u. 'piterruptedly on even- Sunday; and froiuijheirbeinsa "tgular Sunday School in town this canuct but be a rciy desirable place for an Institu- tion for ihirnucatio-icAhc voung. Mr.l ti i' a gradnrc of one of the first college? in the Uinlrfl :"S'es; anil Mrs. Ives was educated in the best schoMs fhr voung. 'adics in New Englan...

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