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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 November 1855

7 A N m- /w M V )W ! great? forget Jacin to's blood-stained plain _ have the power, fj * when danger lower'd of yours— io other lands, shores I pride and power bright record Sfi3L hat fired v. ylfHNt^*U*rt§. Then cast your een:'ii Now riltwed o'er Tbe war-worn here «*s The LiHipatiaas'-a; ■fi SI E* if Si I _ War, Fm ifce Crimes, 4c bHt <ir aoibtag of itojerfcwc'.- tm& 'jussnslopejftwt- \ ckaage of ehaltf between fsu A!H \ and the Russians. . • Near K«tct thare ha > Vgageaanti* wfcioh the Allies::tuS $ Hage, bnttbe aflairwasof * ASies were threat vi i - refcop, ami also to bciabsi -i l.-ue;--. ffbe latter agw^tien wsr ax##-. Vaa enteirwf «b. I%c Daasbe. iTheABka iBK reported to be atr p^ged on tfcfrfitronbe, acd prepario tiSjies tfcere stec. £si£-—1« Asia there is ita cbas ted in tite -^onditiou of afiairs. Tfes TBtk* er niinw«i to hold Ka> " efete^r Iar8#te5 fef the Kassimis. Acifrttta. a&tt FtasaiA.—The Austria atsi 1P -as3i> is tepefied cni* oat any ctWB^ furth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 10 November 1855

■FW • r< w -4 ff F.Carter, WanlewfF. T.D««w, |?f(_ |JrfylS,1853,^p [Qdrd Friday of each of Good Samaritans every eMiwFW- I at 7 odoCg p. CAKTER, **.& tffc. C & (DM- ,lgfrM* 'BOfOLITAN •^-TBOTEL, - Austin, Texas. „ situated upon the i of the eitjr, after haT- ~onrertaul^refttt^^«g^^- reception eat boarders fG ROOM i tirtttpafiial attention o( M xj. flurnnn, a* Ii vet! kaowa. ail and ovary de- fee placed, for the pro- 1 bsme-feeling of gnesto. i for fylES' DEPARTMENT\ " haU wd parior, (the latter containing one Lit CnnwtoB' superior Pianos,) have re- fa#-1 families, and apart- 6-ap, and members of "^-SjijEi&ElSS OF'ALL the to i at this " I fMgtea- „_joftiMrd ror iS®? ■■■j } iND COMMODIOUS STABLE, l for velSeles of tiI deaeHptkms, U I u— " and'hostlers, schooled in bee, to whom Stdck may, eonfidenee, Se eifrttrted for earefcl It is the Intention of the Proprietor, «*1*tant*,l to render the Mwbofoutak , for the antiripatiokof the wants and "i *3fel*VW,A5D, Paopmrroa. •4 *...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 November 1855

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 November 1855

ft W. T. MVIDSON , NOV. 17,1^..' distrihu- negUcted they invited by this WTlBg SCT- their home them to C*p- m this kind of ft Balloon aseen- Fridsy sight, frost *,*r* &wsd*y the 1Mb inst., ly elected from March House* of the !■' i,<w evening was * beautiful John Howard Payne, the ; It WSS attractive bill is offered, to- trarettte, with a favorite .ays: "lyl* tells Caflakan'i «t- E on Friday night They ttnle several Ir. CU#*-h ned Me rfoek- fid boil* Tbia totter bean u-t .'i'. fa • IjU'i Of it Governor's ma Gazette miltM the following observations "He, (Pease,) called into wrrlce a of into serace a osamay ntod volunteers on tbe 20th of hot, « - 4erthu coousaad of Capt. Callahan, te. serve for three atoetfcs. It was rendered necesaifry by the conduct of the Indians after the withdrawal of the mounted troops for Kansas. Cart. C. was direc- ted to repair to snch points on the Guadalupe, Co- mal aad upper Blanco, as would enable him to give the inhabitants full protection. He, (Pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 November 1855

Mam- flhe citizens of distinguished speakers have to be In atten- ■i H ' i CM. W P «. j " T B White hii«ncb w^^esq S. C. Blanton " liter " M O Anderson " Jamen Denuison " J H Baato* " N HoBttd I L Hewitt B Warten Stone H T Jvt** Anderson Uo*> f? ||4e«Ns jom* EWffliams" Albert PBke, Ark Solon Borland '• •' RftndrtU Hunt,La " J >1 Berrien, Ga " A 5 Brown, Tenn "MP Gentry " -'t Haghes •' ♦*«?€ CJerac^Ala. AlobiU!!:.,- . a - ju T ^ Wake, af JLeoo eMBuity. Hon Ffjwdt li WiBiews, of Cfeerokee co. ' of HuoteviUe, Walker co. m 9-M*-- Fiddly. U COKAU.il call, between 1500 and |Hfih &een subscribed* the pub- i oar limits will not admit.] W Smith Walton miprtn VJvvIgv Chaa L Mann 8 A J Haynie Sam G Norvell £ R Peck B Banks A Shaton MH Chas J B Banks. M W Young. E S G Norv Allen E Brown Norton roirn. d Geo E Trabue J Arrington W Walton J H Hatchings A B Slaughter E F Berry Jh Henderson Thx Sit* of Ancusi London.^-W&en Sir Christopher Wren began to build the new St. Paul's, in digg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 17 November 1855

rrctftotfal. m Master; & *. Carter, W«fc*}SVT.Didfc«, H. i, opoM July is^tsw.igjf^ i aad third PrwlaT of each *5a*?r P. M _ ,.i4D. ««l 8- [LODGE, No. 16, of the " r of Good Samaritans L *.. " ' '.'«*«7 : at 1 o'clock. _T B. P. CARTER, ^ a. r.c.c. X. Texas. rfttated upon the > city, after har- , refitted and re- __ f mention or business fte-fti readiness for the reception Mil permanent boarded ; October, pnwfmo. tme ROOM AND OFFICE ationofMaj. Smcohter, i is well known, alt aud ever; de- eanSdenUy be placed, for the pro- " t and home-feeling of guests. SPAR TMENT, l latter containing one • Pianos,) have rc- FEHALE TIE scholastic year, comprising the wr ~ eighth and ninth sessions of this Institution, will commence on the, first Monday of September, 1855. (t is the design of the Principal, Rev. B. J. Smith, together with bis able assisiant Teachers and the efficient co-operation of' the Board of Trus- tees, to make thb the most thorough and practi- cal College for young ladies ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 November 1855

; S t1* THE 1 .— -A. ATE TIMES. k -- jv aa <0 D CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS. 'SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24,11 NEMBE] i * Pyccetop. ^ SENATE. Nov. 5th, 1855. i being the day fixed by law for the of the Legislature, the Senate to order by the Hon. David C. Dickson, Untenant Governor, and t-dScio President of the Senate. Hr. James F. Johnson, acting as Sec- pro tern., and Mr. "Ward Taylor •id Sergeant-at-arms pro {em. | following Senators, elected sincc Bt session, appeared, presented their credentials and toot tb«r seats. XJIst. No. 1. Solomon H. Pirkey. Robert H. Taylor. ■Tn;tathan Russell. M. D. K. Taylor. James W. Flanagan. Eiisha E. Lott. 12. Wm. M. Taylor. 14. James Truitt. 15. James M. Burroughs. 18. Edward A. Palmqr. 19. JeSsje Grimes. 21. E. M. Milliean. 22. Wm. H. Martin. 25! Johfe'Caldwell. 26. &A. White. ST.jHeniy E. McCullough. 29. Edward R. Hord. 31. Samnel H. Maverick. The following Senators holding over, *lso appeared and took their seats:— jPCessrs. Allan, Bryan, Dpane, Guin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 November 1855

!fl >ias Itrif Cim ,& FORD * utcuat rr W. T. DAVIDSON. \ dm Xh^ons < Editor. E, SATURDAY, DEC. 1185 —Three dollars jrer annum, invariably m -yBB^ST: •r Uae Frontier. uwu or States an bodies politic, mcieties of united together for tin purpose of promoting their mutual safety and advantage by the joint efforts of their combined strength.— Vattefs Law of Simfuns. h i The sane writer says: Jfe i ' The end or object of civdMttoty Is to procure for the citizens whatever they stand in need of for the necessities, the convenience, the accommoda- tion of life, and, in general whatever constitutes ^ tboTities designated, and happiness—with the peaceful possession of proper- ; . . , , . — — . . . M • * « a ' . « — « am #■v •• f % W V V V k r # * ft ■ ■ ■ #< a method of obtaining: justice with security* (the large hall over the store of & Brush, od Pecan street, shall be pleased to meet oar friends i taringbasinets with the esUblish- ' The Dedicatory Sermon of the Camber- i Ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 November 1855

•f* # 2: < - J □ill OBITUARY. Died of Pneweoaia on the 22nd in*t. in the i "0*! 19th year of her age, Mrs. Eugenia Y. Flournoy, ' wife of Georga Flournoy Ksqr., of#bfe city. The deMr friend whose death we painfully re- la fa- cord, iras but a few short days ago. in the fall *d " "• *. "'• • ——<- ... and unrtnjj tw her happy mirth, the very embodiment of vovthful the weather was warm, clear, bloom and bea-ity, that her joyous laugh would that the weapon d«lishtfat—everything heart conld \ so soon be hushed in the grave! a seneral attendance. Pie- ! whom lomany warm affections J. S. ADAMS & CO., GENERAL CLOTHING DEPOT, SWESSOS'S B(ILDI!VCi, Congress Avenue, Austin. THE Subscribers have just opened |ft and offers for sale the finest and #B1 W largest assortment of ready-made ' ! Austin Temple or Honor. Xo. 52.1 j TTOLDS its meetings on the first and « ' | I third Thursday of each month ; j j to convene at one hour after sunset, at t ; Temperance Hall. | Degree meeting on last...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 24 November 1855

>rictica. .— AUSTIN LODGE, i tbe first Saturday _ -R. Fiaata, W. Master; B. F. Outer, _ 7 O. J- Warden' j F. T. Dnfcn, r; B,M*r,Seereta^4 .IS. 1«M* 6l" iwoamp- JT, H®. 4, ««wtod J«lf 15,1853, I tbe irst «id AM Friday of each t • o'clock, P. M. i,irmON LODOS, Ho. l#,ofthei ■ it Older of Good Samaritan*! at Samaria, meet* j at t o'clock. _ B. F. CARTER* W.S.S. Ir. C. O. S. , Dec. 13,185*4tf. _______ HALL BOUSE, t Avenue, Avsti*, Texas, gift B. SMITH, Proprietor. I wsll known estahHshmesrt, lately epodnct- br Mr. Gotepton, and fcmerfy by Capt. J. t has beea thoroughly ad will be nianngort in future Every effort will be made by "to reader the Ball House worthy ."of the public, by the employment of : attentive servants that can be secured, itmesn mfnt of every eesentinl and deli- t the market aftbrds. la order to combine rU of a home with ei^oyments of a pub- tin proprietor will devote his undivided waate of his «rt. j who atop at the Hall House will hare ieared far at the Livery Stab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 December 1855

ttt iv BCH;,OF TEXAS STATE CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8,1S55. NUM j spirit of disunion abroad and this act was j Pennsylvania, and that will elect him with- / " Yes, sare," he replied, j calculated to advance lW While I live I am out New \ ork. It was not difficult to ima-' cbster before he cum here 'I tole Messier uoue other while he lived. I staud iijKHi w _ _ „ _ zat he was one I the platform on which he stood. It is not HOUSTON, /prepared to nfect it, and whenever it presents gine up^p whom the President relied for j vare ingenous lawyer, one vare capital editare j oae of modern construction. It consists of [ilteelf and erects its hideous form before me, these influences. My conclusion was that it and one magnific scoundrel. (Laughter and but two flanks—the constitution and the ; [Twill rnnite it -o Inn-; nfl I was not to confer a benefit upon the South, cheering.) Now, sure, you sec vat I told Union. Lpon these I am willing to live and ! — v it manacles are ofi' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 December 1855

n — fer <mr children toj r d th«gh i jhiiMh io- i of life's [ted we shall i ul" ih'w innifsl iiiirfiilii. Ji l liii([i i lac hope, IjMke partingmdamto will io- nu#M invocation far oar poateriep and our * * * .KM MMA m «W- cul 08 blessed and vow tKlerty to prove themselves Rusk, 221 Nov., 1855. Tho Senatp'fpfe pawnj the following bills 1 Editor tf tke State Times: of a gnidfieumlgr: ?? . "* i DbaeSir—On Tuesday, the 13th inst., Gan. A bilj Unamend the Attao^saeut Iaw-al- | Sain flfaudon addressed hit fellow citizens ot lowingjjfee ordinary attachment oath to be ta-; Cherokee county, at Rusk. His audience was ken when a party is abort to lea re the county, or about to makif a frasdalent conveyance of his property to a void spaying his debts For the State Timet. November 28th, 1855. To the Members of the Legislature of Tezat: By laying the map of Texas before you. and stri- king a line from Shreveport to San Antonio, large and respectable-thft largest and most Austin' and thcn from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 December 1855

11 jKf.-. )mai T iu Judge ] i Old ! "Here ia still o telling who will be oar re- Congress from this Dfetnct, wHlk jtre any—and there is have a representative and h," tfcmppears. however, Thestatement of the Austin Gazette, 'fce feel* confident that they can uiauage "the papers" fixed up for Ward, can, or, rather, we mean ene of ffeatofa, for we have understood he has had experience in matters of that kind. . - Sew the only question is, has he the same in- iMttee over the Chief Justice of this State "tttShe had over the Chief Justice of Waah- , i^ts county, Arkansas? If he has, we . eatae, for he did run for the legislature in llBl aliiaili is 1841, we think, when there nine other candidates, and fire to be Well, he did not quite get votes i to make the trip, consequently a lit- _ Was necessary The chief jus- l being en his aide of the question, there 4pa ao difficulty in throwing out the vote of ''%&Btt)dn box that went for Charles Petigrue lof John A. Petigrue, who was the cau-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 8 December 1855

lASOMKC.—AOSTW No. 11, raaets tip Int fa nfwy moatb. Omc«w.-B. W. B. F. C«t«, a Wtnien; O. L. Walton,!. Wnrde*; F. T.Dirfau, Treasurer; B. M^oc, Hacretary.t Dm. IS, X8MJ orssr P.—JOHN SOX ENCAMP- jg* . HWT, So. 4, or* i*d Jalr 15 1853 ® meets on Ihe first and third Friday of each waff mouth at 8 o'clock, P. M. ITfTiSir. s. a . «t X CAPITOL UNION LODGE, No. 16, of the* Independent Orderof Good Samaritaas* and Daughters of Samaria, meets eterri Monday evening at 7 o'clock. SIBBOK Ssiib, B. F. CARTKB, . W.R.S. *■ C- G « Austin, Dec. 23, 1854:4tf. HAUL HOUSE, Ufe Congress Avenue, Austin, Tnca*, [j|!ii| E. B. SMITH, Proprietor. . TriS *aH known establishment, lately ^ondnct- «d bv Mr. Compton, and formerly by Capt. J. U, ^.u; has been Aocooghly repaired and newly furnished, and *S be managed iq future by the undereigaed. Every effort will b« made by the proprietor to render the Hall House worthy the patronage of tbe public, by the employment of tfaa —' attentive -servanta that can be sec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 December 1855

we-ww aesr -di jra * *K Ct*5l mMM* t> J 1 \ \ CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15,1855- NUMBER HewiB. , I you or any citizen of the Carolinas or - jg|Q[TS of Harris.—I agree with j any other State choose to go to the ter- j dial approbation. *%jlf gentleq£M!u{fom Wwhington, (Mr. J ritory of Kansas with your slaves, and fcWihat the discussion has drifted j you to be plundered oftliem, your proper- | (Mr. Tarver.) I am ready to ly^jajr from the resolutions before : ty in them to be divested, and they to be j those of the gentleman from Galveston, aosamtte^; and were the subject | set free under the prctence that it is a "" N ' - ^ k ttafl actually been discussed other! "needful rule or regulation ?" I shall <rive to almost any one of them my cor- his protest. If he would hesitate a little^Draced in the document. Sir, I know My preference is for and examine farther, he would find that: many of the people to whom it was pro- those of the gentleman from Washington vote for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 December 1855

ikcullt it J. S. FOUD & W. T. DAYIDSON. JOBDV S. raw, Editor. AUSTIN SATURDAY, PEC. 15,1855- TBBMS1—1tfcree dollars per annum, invariably tn Titian Volc«b —Tbe present namber commen- ce* the third volume of the State Timet. jTe W- tarn oar sincere thanks to onr Meads for the lib- eral support they have given to our papw- Kwy miwiiii will be made to continue the Times aa acceptable sheet to the public. To oca Pavaosa.—'there are a huge number of oetitaadiag account* dee to the Times oflfce.— Printers sod editor* ore proverbially need}*. Oar patrons would oblige a* greater by settlia*. We have not taenia the habit of makiaf thefe calls,And hope oar friends will obviate A* wece**fty of recuN ihfto the subject again, by paying op". ./ ' Buss baio.—Several gentlemen of this city have undertaken to orgaaise a tvass band. These aterpriseosboaHbo'patronised. ' A good [ band would add much to the enjoyment on pabBe occasions. It is to be Bbped the gvntlc- smq will succeed, and aiao tint ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 December 1855

V- Aontxsr or Smr. * Aitab«—Previous to entering the city of Mexico Gen. AWtnk ■Mde the following sddren to his country- 99B ' **4k j into the Capital of the TW-Mm, I consider it my duty to •Mnm job, not for the purpose of giving job an aoeoont «f my conduct, for that is pa- teat to the nation and the whole world, but to Mqiaiat jn with my hopes. • "A gloneoi revohttion has been consumma- ted : tyranny has fallen : despotism has dis- forever: the principles which our ftttoiemqMfed with their blood after a glorious thongh painful struggle of eleven yearn, and which the Dictator had torn from Wj kare been reconquered. "PeBow-citisena: I bring to you liberty aad peaee. Such precious things are not ' dear at any price. It is for you to keep tbsst. Union is the sole means of ensuring yip We enter on the path of liberty and pwgw together, and we must continue uni- ted, without considering whether some ad- vanoemonre or others less. „ * Sallow-countrymen : the Government recognises no othe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 15 December 1855

Sflcirtkfc Mj£ *IC.—AUSTW LODOl?; N . IS, QM«ta the tnt Satarrtay U tntr month. Omciu.—G. Finntn, W. Vaster; B. F. Carter. 8. Warden; O. U Walton, J. Warden; F. T. Duffcu, | Treasurer; B. Major, Secretary.} Dec. 16, 1854.5 IE O. F^OTn'SOfTlKCAMP-"^ • SflRT, So. 4, organised July 15,1853,13® mcti en Ac tort and third Friday of each '^sr Educational. Positions anfc ©rtfets. ! Ccrajifrs aab CatiJi 3,qcnt i on the first and third Friday < i at 8 o'clock, P. M. _ - MM*> of 8 , sr.. 9 i l^APITOL UNION LODGE, No. I«,ofthe|Mg| \J Independent Order of Good Samaritans and Daoghtem of Samaria, meets every#** evening at 7 o'clock. awiw too, B. F. CARTER. r.c.o.s. Anstin, Dec. , 1854:4tf. HALL HOCSE, _ Congress Ave*w, Austin, Texas, ^ E. B. SMITH, Proprietor. NW& well know* stabKalment, lately conduct- JL ed by Mr. Campion, and formerly by Cap*. J. *. W.Hall, hai beat thoroughly repaired and aaarty famished, an* will be managed in fature Aintln Male lllgh School. THE Third Session of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 22 December 1855

► «t *s fc* t.*T~ TEXAS STATE TIMES. •v CITY OF AUSTIN. TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22,1855. NUMBER DEBATE IN THE SENATE. W. THI'EBMM>0, Reporter. jkbmU on Mr. McCtdloch's BiU for the rtating of one thousand Volunteers f, Jor tie protection of the Frontier. Fbiday, Nov. 17, 1855. ; lir. TAtLOR of Fannin.—Mr. Pre- sident, if ire intend to do anything for fhe relief of the frontier, I think ttos i* the time to do it. We have been assured by the Senator from Grnad- ahipe, (Mr. McCullocfi ) 'hat there i9 now a large force assembled in the neigh- borhood of San Antonj .. siting to see ■whst action the Legislat i! will take on this bill; and we are aiso informed that jq the event this Legi st e does see . cause to withhold the rcjiured aid, this j*0DiBpanj has.determine ! to assume the ^^oajxmaibility on t ' ■&*> in par* ■jnat of the enemy. How, sir, I ask thi> Senate if we had not better clothe this company of men assembled in the vicinity of San Antonio with authority to pors...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas State Times — 22 December 1855

•feosl>tiitf€iraf0. ■M-iwran ITBT ■AZOBUlT «T 1.8. FORD ft W. T. DAVIDSON. JOBS 8. Editor. J. SATURDAY, DEC. 22, 18& l—Three dollars pea annum, aivatiabiy w mel C. Taylor, i* authorised t° I and receipt for all monies due the State i office- rORD * DAVIDSON. aber22d,18S3. =—=r The America* Convention l be generally understood that this Con- i meets in the city of Austin, on the rHIRD MONDAY 0* JANUARY NBXT. j of the most vital importance to the r will (hen transacted, and it is absolutely r that a full delegation should be in atten- Thoee counties at too great a distance the seat of GoTennnent to send delegates I appoint some member of the party here to them. We would suggest to the mem- of the press, friendly to the American cause ! it would be well for them to make this an- at as often as possible between now and i meeting of tbe Convention. BUC CELBBBATION.—Austin Lodge, No- Free and Accepted Masons, will celebrat [ John's Day, the 27th of the present month, at i time an o...

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