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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 2 November 1844

TM fumes of b«ims(.ot.e will remove fruit stains iron moulds liom line nnd cotton. Moisten the ueo pitt wuh wotor, iheii hold it over a mece of brimstone till the stain disappears.. «i ' íVorm mnJf ,b0- in most cases, simply cured 1,y scratching around the outer surface with "the poiii of a s iarp needle. The disease will not t>n«« ■ I... if the sk'.n ts thus cut. disease will uot pass the line, ■ ^.rÍc'' is easy enough to conceal our wealth' I but. it poor, it i not quite so easy to conceal our t poverty. We shall find that it is less difficult to hide «"'''eos, than one bole in our coat. Ayyicu lia« ruineifmoto men than prodigality, and the i)liii:re*si thoughtlessness of expenditure has not <U'str >yed so many fortunes, as the calculating bui •jiiSRtiable lusl of accumulation. mi hp . AUCTION NOTICE. f HA «t subscriber. will 8e||t|,¡. ,| y in front of the Auction thread, ¿«00 W laces, ta, uiúilirw. coilnterpuiies fimiiel thirls,. bonn ' #•' m* máM fornew oblea funmry, co...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 2 November 1844

y r iw C boat wharf tl cry, " Cap'n'i aoppi fined bis cup of ti—I—1—etl.'r luat for power ¡a the raei* of oo the weakeat have be « oapti- miiida of tho higher order it haa ithin their ihat b*ff i?M0W what was in tnao have noeartlily wvvvr., bat one that waa plat- us and Waabingtoii were r aud Napoleou of theU ambiljoii; eitice il^requirea less lo win the itfnqueat, than to reftiae the Bacon baá campfti*>d thoae who more id her apberMUQ tboae lieavenly bodies in the fir- It, which' have much admiration, but little rest, is uot neceosary to vest a wise man with pow- oonvince Jrfmihat it ia o garment bedizened ylrítín dazzles the beholder by its splendor, ea the wearer by ¡ta weight.JBesidea, tlio8e to govern othera, rather than tbemsejve , ' to meanness which the truly noble can- r will atich stoop to kisa the earth, al- like Brutua, for dominion. Gap'n's Office.—On board the steam- a few days since, sooii after leaving the j, and With it came the well known paid their fare, please...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 November 1844

w m. v*xa«< uy # ' ;"gs£K ,• ^1' ' ■ i ftfflfeiff * W! í£JÉÍ. •nrrrj K ,rtí . li^j' ¡ a >i j'l 'ji cwtí •> *• , •; trtju —— ;~t* fo"'TWr'*5fp TTp !¡'J 11.1 íl 'peí Bqitar 1 ÍJVIíR* WEDNKSliAt 1ANt> : ipuyable within nix months «fier the tilín of "* «*> Uia- ptid uf Mia year. Alwifp-tibliWiwI ——' subseqnem inaoi kdiüMiu'iiiaÁuii w j¡>ipi-i ú«tíq<i.... ... —.ViMHHIHHH Uutfiiieai* of¿miuJb J?Q*t $í )U out orthn poatoffice. . , 1 . ! sWMi&Vtiit *iU. Mhiif'pa<teng«rVhnA" Aómthtea. aui4i.i;aeitJ.ir affievs, areuift'tidtuod and eliargod <ta--u4* nauii. wEDNESOAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1S14. naun to llio office of Mission und Tex* fiifu íkiíJavT ti. K<i -f mvix ••- ^ev. Dr. tfr.ee- Arka, natía /'•lIlItMÍlf, .j&ifá Kh-ipí • IÉ«W e 12i.li Ult. Gen. Jed lo die capital- au aqusi>c«, ■.-.It od'Ay/ih o MuaWco^ie&iitte1 'of citizen^ aV'tlte'-Whinf*. •t <j • • 4 nailWii'iiiri'iúiMíA .¡fe! is in i m J lflif PBW'dfPÍVriM (If- & Hwaier, qapje by, ¿btf'ljf, Yé...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 November 1844

mmmw, « «<• * • Jí. m — itaiu to Tex- rí lime from (be the aucceed- a*pec- iter • -v.: , i. ■ .,^1' ■■'■■■■ v..,.. acket New York haa been delayed, on to New Orleana£soma three days, on non-ariival of the Houston steamer.— v-1' x —5" — understand remain an absolutely necessary to dlacbarg* and receive her cargo, when she will return in titae for her regular day] Of departure, Saturday na*t; and continue to make her voyages at the rate of two and a ha'f per month. The ^Republiif is at 'present detained at Ifew Or- leautfio make some "alterations^and improvements in ■' ' done, sha will resume her place consent to serve permanently, if mat he w! 1 by CoaQ^a. Sueb, wfc ara happy 10 aay, is uor thjo fuel; and we cannot doubt that Congres will ao fac consult the wishes and interests of the dis- trict and the republic asjLo continue bim in hia present position. Aa the District Judgea compost the Su- preme court, the whole country has an interest in the matter, and will doubtletá avail i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 November 1844

M Ordinal COT'JON MARKET, i , Nw Orhuim, Noa. 5, to — LIVERPOOL, CLASiriCATIOS " ;r i f. * ... ■ '■ • 1844. Fair. Good Faift , Good and Fine. I t — 31 a 4i B « 5j H rsi 6 h Ci 64 a n 7 Ta 74 — a 9 NEW ORLEANtí MONEY MARKET. NÍI OKLKABS, MO*. 5, 1844. SPECIE. pur i >« i>ar i c 4 84 3 83 Iff 10 16 S3 «XOIM -/lA i liit :iv.-0v .ih ■ Tíi4*¡& *1 <{? t i.'V'ío ■ íiV^' Dollars' and b.llTdollars Dime* and liaH* dimes, A menean gbldy «'t '* Sovereigns, t . Twenty frawc pieces, , Dotfbloons, Spanish, do Patriot, . London, 60 day Pari., «0 d y«.' Maw York; daya do aborl Boston, 6® day* Haiti wot*. 00 $•*• JI*v*p* short .« 16 25 premium M-•■8*4 CiSGOUUt NOT MS, TbisdWiiflicr-'— Ott ct. diaet. eta on (no dollar. otes (llod Backs) nteipst Notes , pet caut Bond* bank Notes, New ORÍ.Ka* j*W# U f mil) jffiv mm* " Unnw Canal. Carmino CommW *' Com Citizen Atchalafayn Exchange •' Improvement ~ B nk of Orient mukthbun Bank of the United, St te ji New York n 4 B°8t°n south** Alabama • S9UÜ, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 November 1844

■6$ Hp 1 ü aw« i. «lÍMMvernd a r «f the fortifica u hove made t to obtain arpA >du of making'fc tic," aud a« a nqv«r- ng fur ci«r t ■ ' •! ■< ■) I .CSS DS.' •id«wa< •ring for v.. the L*f tlcongéé'.i ve fever oo the mm er 01 tu "ota#; of. Áa- La. Louisiana paper! .Will i*mí>i lins * /Vvf - <n>jia<f .o! «lolw'J ■v'y" i"'' á-< ?" Hiniowtoa rirfht New Orhaaii .ttllH! Matagorda verelt, Mr . A F A-n, TWr utid Mr#, ry, at uarclay. 8 ^filler, 8 B rta,J E.Hill, vfa, t Eynroit. E iJimriij, K iryiiq K Merrim in, E Mefrn . a w r4. Cip'. G><ild,Maj. rowu, T B N Convetse, ti" I brrt Hubball Y. Navo xyiiiiAM. iitan J. II. JLLIGS & Co. Direct Importer of Dry üood* « <¿ oíAe/- suitable goods UALVKSTON. . H. A. COB B, Auction and C o tumi ¿ *ion Mer chant . BTUAND GALVESTON. Advances made on Cousigniaw} . . " ■ t d. II. klaenerT " T Importer of German English, Amman and Frenoh Dry Goods;—English and German Hardware, also i\inei, Liquors and,, Provisions. Stiand, G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 November 1844

UÍIBO BVBRV WEDNESlU* AND SATUaDAY. | Frvm payable «iihín ¡* month altar Üw Uuia of brig Harry |K) « f«M . nA<i\ eáclj insertion Yerk^from St. gale of the 5th At thai port all the rbor were driven Dually low. AH the the iremoitdoua sea, was occasioned by ,|uk during Vbo late r-^Pput passed through ge. It waa ab?ut twepty i)wed. Ighi line males á' Vesfela (14 in number) entr inserted once i week $ 1 par square .ashore, moat of which 'i&sr ¡¡¡TiBEST it of t|ie post office. . , 8tnaniboat and other pasHsnger, and annonc®. tbe'storm. l¿¡ H mm m WEtyNEOSAY ' NOVEMBER 27, 1844. with 'The effects were the some as if a violent yX1 news1 of tbeitucceas of the Democratic candi dates, run thrugh tho town, leaving a kind pf channel. IftÍMMl. Polk'atid'Dííllas, for ihePresidericy and Vice Bishop Sbule, the senior bishop of the Methodist fiM.ÍB^£*E¡2--SSKÜí:- Bishop Andrew has consented thereto, commencing with tbe; (Virginia Conference atJiynchburg. Onh'n} 8*S§'W from hia brother co. the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 November 1844

;"¡£ >' Sr. kimtitii i itffc&k matta ER 30, 1844. Ií:; of the attempt of Gen. SanU Anna to establish a mil- ¡tory despotism, on ¡la rains, vindicating the honorand character of the government and people of tba Uni* ted States, and retorta upon Mr Rejon and the gov- IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. ernment of Santa Anna, the ¿barge of bad faith and The U. 8. schooner Wbodbury, John J. NlnJtto,' proves thai Textos never owed allegiance to the Lieut, Commanding, arrived at tilia port three days^ government of Santa vlnna or thejpresent government since, with Gen. Duff Green, bearer of despatobesj of Mexico and that Mexico and not Texas Is tbe ag' from the American Minister in Mexico to the Charge! grosser in the war.VB d'Affaires oftbe United States at Washington, Texas, Ths proclamation of Pande* contal n >ar ions charca* against and-Beni, E. Greeu, u*d„ Secretary of the American Santa Anna, of mi.sovemment, tyranny, en.bnzzlc.nent of pub- . .• ■ J ' lie fund &c, Ac. The most impo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 November 1844

J ' Pk IVatáC of exercise cause of mental imbecility and disease.—lu Poking «broad un society, wst often ba- adiwidaals Wiio have no sail ta exertion, and exemption ftom the ordinaly cprea and solic * ilud es rtf life—-to say nothing ot it a i aúnoyauce —too frequently operate as an inevitable 4nd powerfully nrcdiapoeitig -causó of mental imbecility and disease. , Ao itidividuttl^einperaoieut, if confined for any length of tiftie to a regular Youtine of. engrossments which lodmits neither range nor stimulus for the majority "of.¿«¡faculties. and who is excluded by the lack of eduoalton, or the destitution of congenial society, from exciting aourees of thought and action, will ? become'melancholy, his iuiellectuil and moral feel- ings emasculated, and hig perception slow and dull, And this alfjrds us a clue to (he solution of the fear- . -ful mystery why ao many of those unlertunate beings ? who are capitally coavictai) and sentenced to solitary confinement -for life, tie an expiatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 November 1844

ti ■ ,v.'« ' neo of ihp N. O. Republican.] Jjíi Slrti jí Of Wa *y ffalmouth, I M Off NavjYard. Penaacola. ) * 8/A, 184 (,-r fjfi, w¡ Ü? ithiftg i 1 wirvíwai ., . e*ur cru,í|- hg_ roóüth .of the Miasiasippii amgnctx Íplojof-Pioes, innMUider Jar vía, U dait/'oxpec- imII m« , l*fí.í VtKl íg*Sf fnóááures ár^.th^ 6£é.t/but fló Jgt WRtiljro diacern.tue noost reasonable con. iheir a««oupl hniQO*; ' ><> 1 ^ %4t> |() i•> « ill^ .. •' ' ,y¡:l/ ■ • « it . > that by proxy which you can do your- Uife^iifeVwhllst any thing remain tobe f b*t* < •«< "dj to «a* bei *u. :t- «■' «MA L l amJ fraí«^«nd.ywl*will be rich. íatüiíe^ttd'dWbDUíe '«otisidefaf )tr botíevo a tbing imposible your despondency "fí éoj btftHié 'that píe^efvea ahall over- Idlatesa iara oankar that •SMVefil incapable -ofvirtuod PybTve^wfen^?abíe peraüifa ia (be <Iia- -tiaayuiabing cbaracterialic of a man of merit. •> Every person inaenaibly fixes upon aome degree 6f refinement in his discourse, some measu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 December 1844

iiiiiaiMwrrffi —--t V"1' , *'- ■ : "i l • 'i"" ■ rt.ua B¥ H.'STtfAt a.T-i;: :*?r : W PHi ' m -.v.w - «torn '■ ~vW2w* AND 8ATURDA*. ithi after the time oí i yoar, Alao, published i payable in advance. Ollar for the first tnser nts. Eight lines make a j á week 91 per square FtTBÍ,lSfi[¿D BVÍRY WEnNESDA A f8far andm payable «hhin ixi ing«-rf 910at the end of iATtiznt'4- 1 • j Ad* ortisementi inserted/ice a weel * ina«lii«wLr ,v -I ;!. *i«#•/•!")■;. ViHIiPl i on bncineaa of tbe office pM ba p<yt paid pr they will 9 ihflÍpaTan2jÍiér passenger, and nnnonce- 9(br office, arponaidere'd and charged as ad- ñoirntiA i) ¡t • lir-io. a JT-vt.i. na !. «® «mii ry U5ep,ol more'than three linee in "mentí. ÍR 4, 1¿44;, wir. ^p°RTVÁND duties. There were import/d into the port of Galveston the jp¿r W4}n( 31«t July, 1844. Distilled M Spirits, to the value of $17,365 32 1. v J -Tobacco Dread Stilfia Meals i i ?_ • : J- Sugar ; . .Salt •G rocerioF, assorted, Other ass'd Mdz. ^■;;-1^iíy<8l!:tiíií -Ai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 December 1844

m,r. BBR 7. 1814. = vy Norther «el ío o.. Thursday evening, continued to blow with considerable force during yes* terday. The brig Rover and schooner *Lo e Star, which had dropped down to tire Point, for New Or- lean#, and the ahip Star Republic, for New York, de- layed sailing in C0tMfquenee. There waa yesterday a schooner, a large brig and * ship outside, unable to. croM'thebar jgptcceunt of the contrary character of the H m lí¡ Pi' m. ner Wm, Biyaii arrived on Thursday frotn New Orleans, which port she left on the 29th ult. bringing six days l#i«r>advice# than the New York, but hp important intelligence. Gen. AfcLeod. member pf Congress for this, county, •ti4 My, came by thi. arrival. ' V Account# of the ruptute betweet\ tl¡e American Minister and Mexican Government hatPreacbed New Orleanyirior to the arrival of the New York. The British frigate Sparta, which left Vera Cruz with despatches just before the Woodbury, had «ni- at the Baliza—pi obably sailing fur that point from t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 December 1844

V : > i® ecieion and certainty; an,J gaTe the e M>r .loame.a. Which We,a compel "ts baok« •" li« I J*"f,,he 1 uiidlhefear pa ille boxes and paddles by cllisi. büe" 8 f'T tho ex- periment u I trial. I h„ wind blow rfougly fiftm the weat-vard, and with or «gainst U «I,loved herself a «pitalje W Tbo lfi.1 prov Jaaüafactory and Ucce«ful throughout. Her ^ " J >y «hot, colliai© , g t§ff<r One or, the the wide otean ia ft propeller can cepr through ana own machinery." y to several to alacken ence of t|;« mjuiing their cannot i in- or any other c«a- Idle of .atea mera uontly out of the ver cease perform- me casual derange- RSRH pw J , i i ■iminto CHEAP CASH f|KR iUpublic, New York ilio following ¡|§pÍÍONABLE, l ——ir— English, French and American Bioad Cloths, Ca.siuieros and . Bucskins, 1 Twilled cloth and wetlen Janes of nil qualities, Satínela, caseinets, other wollens, and womtad of all pat tarn* anil colore. Heavy Kerseys, Linen* and fancy Janee, All kinda ol plantation Good...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 7 December 1844

If! Mew: . or Mvera) fsending tú jrt the unerir.K announce- «e wjach l)«v« been fumieh- íb I bate not dona a# wmt- conarant 'repi ¿M'klii *•*" * •'' and use, of. Tho great r nautical procurement riptweabihg aa¿ was the «abject of conven m9«glbo.P «rhQ tW barométerá in ibis city buuia b«)Core ibo fiiat effects of it were, visibl Jineter.' r*is MyTfófifc i to cauae 'tbe intby>h?rn, two yieara eiooo was kuown to be ' 7 conversation a« ' rcity, aárpe 18 . „ H H JPIPr upon tbe lake or apon tbe shore. Oo that oWasion tbe column of mercury iulhe instrument aank three fdtfrtbM'dffan'ifrdh'in tbé apace of twelve hoora. So Onlfrjday afternoon and also pn tbe evening tbe 19 b ina(ant,"no one aaw by external be approaching war of the elementa. At a- O'ctyjlt an that evening, three steamboats passengers left thia port for the west. A who waa passenger in one of tbeae; in an of the storm,, in your paper on Monday last "Hep we left the haibor, the lake, was scarce , and for tbe first two or thr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 December 1844

-. - • ¿sf imm . V**'. bü U 1111 -i «« gw f [#>'! — jjt v •■? jttül M with<« six mouths. , I cndüf ihayatfr, ;iiMld','. Wti&VCftpfer anuuia payable i«iedVaiifeí. sai!" míf"1do11 :as®feí< ion;-> / lo ?*uíf* iití l i1 ai? ANb g^TüHi/AY. wer«in a state of tbom()St bOtei* hoét¡lily, o«bld 'ttAbVihh °«í rw1c,,st5 U>CO«gi ÍÍW agüite of the Government,-tnd édVance.v ltmt t^am ¡ tekeu aa difterent coraiduniüUa, tbe.6rat inser- «ítfor pl^t«Vy2|Í«<|¡fí«d ajid.io regulai fiteiidlyntewourfce MFT-isW* ftoH'tf <mr ,tiB(Jing.«#n bU liuje*)j ,iii i|ib jtadgmeniiof ibe I " v Se™ J PPW«4K 4,¡«%4I i Rwtwl. th « policy wbW^wauií VMtMtd or they wifi W^oa#d«atnlaio peace, and thereby! save Ib ■gMHgüÉ' frontlets (roo* fayqge depredations and buAcheriea. WlM H viewed m i aij#fi cto iJy dempnetralfcdéi nil| M not dtfnied. lhat there pre among the,■ Iftdbwaji aa «- 1^|i>i«<l«^otRW«(.a>^« ih n'llir«e l.he.i>. ,m?"« W W* PÍ PI«..¡ildktduaia who WÍU diw*«wd , ■• I !aw ?"4 Wt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 December 1844

JJEJCE súrits* ««frtte ■■ ITTifiH Ijjr lh M|l Hui.iuu «ujamr—p«rlup« to-diy *r to-morrow —wo aha in all probability hove ih« vakdieloiy ««Mr* of PrMt- rfant Hon Hon and Mm inaugural of President Jon*, which wa will tedst** M lay baton our reader* li nr oa*«. -i •: i . ■ ... I! TU StaMwr Republicia to leave Naw Orleans ta *tj, aad «III probably ha here by Tuaedsy morning. By thia arrival we «bull have«fee i IWI|a of Psuidsiit Tyler, «ad know what •oarse ha reeeamendo in regard loTeiaa. >|| ll. ' f ; il!/! I ' ' II • i f'l iil i Tb* Ü. S atnopef war Falmouth appaarad off lha bar of thia barbo* en Wednesday, and m ide signal lo iba schooner Wood (Miff, than in port, which imnudiaUdy proseedud to aaa iu com- pany with (ha Ptlwmth. Mete Ortcem Marked—Vac. 7—Sugar * 1-8 to 5 3-8 eenle iht lattor pfios only for Iba vary beat. Molasse* 91a. Piour, Ohio •« Ul- Si- Loui. $4 13J a «4 30. Pork, mass f 10; M. O. #9 95¡ Prima $7- Ducon, aid.-* 5¿ a 5 3-8; ihontdera 4| a i; uuoaiivaHaod lumia8i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 December 1844

M-% %'m 1A0 Totm* 0/ GulimUnt C«m/y. C^ljWW;—I announce oijraelt to jouan Can- didate for re-election to the Office of County Cleik of Galrcaton county. 4 - I havo hitherto performed the duties of the dttee faithfully, honestly and ira partia1ly(iii«|iali hope to lecaive your continued *up- P<"t* •• OSCAR FARISH. MARRIED—Ou Tfcurd.<y eveninglaat by Rev. Mr.Jionder. *99. Mr. J P.fUvre to Misa Em P. Bailit. all of ttfwlcity. m a li'ir li*-p -=3 {iil ¿¿js 1 <#"' •tai.ii t tí «*t «OTTO#¡M Wérieí, •'•'•I : > Ordinary, * ' Middling, ' i : Middling Pair, Pair. ' «*ed PWr, «•ad and Pin*; ^ bi , i, i COTTON MARKET, Haw Oiuui, Dae 7. 1644. <t*~i.ivaareei aLAtiricATtoa. S a 3 4 a 4 4* 1 6 6|a-fl 0 a 6, 7 a 1 ■ -- ■ r~1 — %> OA,KEY, NEPHEWS, i Omhmnim Merchant , and Dealer* im Dry Qvodi, Qroemet, *r. -■ '*■ Mitiau-. • J. A. Mili.br. Liberal advances mada on Cotton Ac consigned to their (Vianda ^Galveitou, P«o. U .-ta^Haw Orltwi*, Voifli a ehone collection fur Ctiriaiuiaapreaei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 December 1844

v-fl "=9 ■W;%} ■:4i •tb iiiAtan í-.",,í -MlOi't""' ¡.. IN rivw< rsTr^-w*u! I ' riniMU ww l'Saníá A>■ net Jal Q«.r¿t*ro joined, but this ié uncertaiüV. onl^'8 fmit • Sannr Alriffea <lf\wv^totnwW* '•p«í «ÍM^ÍP A • ibow*i<u ityr«r the revolutioaary foi go.number of iboae remaining will aasa*orer lhflrtk!"í> 'm .<■•■ i xfiutat" . ' ... . OC-ft ■■ ' --JÍ5W N'tftx «r We* wow nouncea in the. moat positive term , that Santa Anna baa already érttntaé'Afeed a retro^ade marob with^hia .fa,: a:?. ' • «! uiiin «ALT ART IN1 t v t, ert ••qivmitTyMip «■* « • * V-, yfywwu^iti' n Goods, wgroii M,. Galveston troops" upon Jiiltpa, or Cru*- At t1ii! city* < himaelf) *bi« althoughYsue. .Cum ka declared lUelf in favor of the Dictator, our infoicnatilln-lead* ua to believ¿'tha? When it comea to the ■ pinch, it will ba found opposed to bim. T/ie Mexican Vessels.—The Meji^an War Steam- era Qaudaloupe and Monteauma and Brig of War Santa Anna sailed from New Yort oo¿lha 24 ult. for Very Cr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 21 December 1844

; mm m- 4 W ú.%-. ."i"'- ■HKK, ii & ¡v«i.. SLüf,.- r^r ■-I t ■ ¡U tian, Mcikt y rfc,N «í.i.ü i Vrs '{y\0~v «seereesr W ^Hy.nrifftWBSiiAíV, W 8ATU«Í>A«N r .¿r Eight iiheii i m funeM of the ó/fice must 'be pint paid or (bey will BdaeuiúueJfta 4iAy tents ^Y«t( eu pu$s oflpe.Mv «*e>k «i per -- -! !_ ' - > 1. / [lie ó ni n b\it of tllte> esibtllfce; , >-of steambokt na l >ttí«r pawotiger, and anpnnee ni]¡datesfur office, are considurod und charged as «d- noticea ol mots'thati three Une* in Marriage and obituary notice* 'áre'charftkd á.d'3drHnUi en);V WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1844. The picket, steamer Republio have in sight on Sunday evening from New Orloaiis,'but too late to. Cross the bar until Monday morning. inconsequence of the failure of the mail at Nnw rleuns for two Jays previous to the departure of the ^public, President Tyler's rAessuge liad uot reached ¿I city when filié left. , 'Though no news of decided importance thero is a variety of interesting matter ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 21 December 1844

• 'i .Mi - mm ix fteftgte IHDAI s? 1 .. foltbWIUg VtíSSelí, annexed lo dách, hi w days fu-m Bromen, «bajan Dot hard, Heiaohel, Ferdinand, Apjwtlo. ■iun>b«r of pausen- boro wilbin tbtr ' w 128 109 i Ip J.\-« ¡SKI ^ ' -I í Tho interruption in the navigation betwj aud Houston, iu consequence oflow water in th within iba past weak, has retarded ti e steamer* left us without late intelligence from the Seat ol ernmeut The mail due a week ago only came to baud yesterday, and its Sticceisor had not arrived when our paper fot this morning wont lo press.J We Relieve we havd not before, mentioned the el- ection of Mr Greer as President pro tem of the Sen- ate. He, aa well áp the Speaker of the House, is a decidid fiiend of the admiuistiution. The following ate the Staining Committees in the Senate: On Foreign Relatiant.—- Messrs. Kaufman, Cald- well, and til i raes. • ' On Finance.—Messrs. Grimes, Pilsbury, and Put- til lo. •" ^ On Military Affair .— Messrs. Kinfcey, Wright and On Naval Aff...

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