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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1838

&$ lJ' SJfgZ? 'fjtm x S VM X SEMI-WEEKLY BY r.'-A . H" PTTRL : vWSwi& MOORE, TROPKIETORS " TEfiilS: SUicripiion, five dollars a year, vabfc&n idraiice.2drtmnff, one dollar a S ferlthe first inseftion, aW .fitr cents for. ' S Lntfn'aauee:i5htlinei,'oir less, is considered Cuare MarriareVad obituary notices of morer ' " than tlireeUnestaclftWdsofpaaensers, and ap- " Sounceinentiof'candidate. for. political offices, mil ' V V n Owprtiseinents to be paid for in advance- "".- -- A - 1 AWD TEXAS 1 i REGISTER CftgaP HjM3rTKg; , LlwlB i -" IJiHf DiiK' VOIi. MI.-NQ. ,37. WHOUE NO. 131. i ..j,', in. i " !--' w- rjwMihm.,iwii...mmM.KmwMi,hWwnmi HCHg-T-qra - -" . f ( OUR A ftSAT . FOR THE TECMUF ,v?s la the; United States Ecwiiu. iUiiv J e , OrWins. , J. SiKtu., iCo.jBftcixellerf.-.Mobile. Ah. ' ' " ' '- 'i"' 4. In Texas Baut, Gat. & HexxTWa'shinrtoa Col.Gio. W. JorT Columbia. ThWbcjcJBin srrrT.'Briioria. Wv W. 'Su'imd,' l?,u,S0B"Z I.ake.cfegk 'Judge -"iUsuM, -TtxanL Er T. BM.1C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1838

"jf yf . . . t. i, t "vA "s.t. i a -J r - u weapons;iird'while we record tho atrocious deed,Ave can ay that public opinion is rapidly irowmng down ino uar- baroiis habit in this State. Vistisnppi paper. ' " Debute in the Senate on the Joint Resolutions directing "the President to withdraw the proposition of annexa- , ationtotne united Estates. l&r. Dunn did not believe that this Government could ..- aver be annexed to the United States until that Go era fijBntwaitftielf dissolved; which event he never wished st to see take place. There was, ho belicvcd,sufbcient rca- , soRito justify theopiiiion that a dissolution of the Ameri- " can 'Union could not be ob tated tor a mucn longer penou of tiiiV-distracted as were the people of its different sec- tions by' conflicting intercuts and jealousies. We had a , Minister at the Court of St. James who "was n;tardcd in tho accomplishment of the object of his mission by the unsettlod stateof the question of annexation to thcAmer- V '" team ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1838

, , - i I " ; tr V proposals made for annexation to the United Stales. I "The Seriat"e,r bv adopting tltia course worthy of the na- . lion, will acquire new claims on the gratitude of the v people.' It proves that, knowing the factions which di- Tide tho United States, the" ruin which threatens their . financial svstem, the evils'which the abolitionists would 1 - fnflict upon itiaL country, they are also enlightened on . th. high and glorious destiny which awaits Tens. Allhoush the American government passes for a model, nevertheless it-is notswiihout its inconvenience, its de fectK-TaniPthe most partial persons are obliged to ack- ' nowledae, that the storm which hovers over the Union, ready to burst forth and dissolve it, approaches rapidly -a ,)rnnihins more and more. I- Texians! learn fromMhe cradle'-to rely Upon your- selves profit by 'the errors of others lnstructed'by their misfortunes found.a'new republic rftore pure, more .1 i.i ,nirrf nnhinP'national i)rosDn(v with indivi-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 May 1838

' -f ,-.-1 .U,., ,A pp--i- iyi' - - -.-. : ,1. v iwr s w.VTi.v . ". pjv- - i, rx .' - ' . -t'l I r ( i '- DR.TtfCKElt -I3ESIiECTFDLtiY tenders hit professional services, to the XV Public; he tan genrally be found ntCapt. Bronaugh's Blare." ;, , may 9 '29 tf i ' LAW NOTICE . -TJLATT H. CROSBY & JACKSON SMITH, Attorney and ST Counsellor! at Law; Office at Float's hotel, Houston. P. II. Crosby is conversant with the Spanish language, and has practiced in the Spanish courts. tl T R. CUMMlNS. Attorney nt Lav, . Washington, Texas. H. . - ' " o.- ' mny 16 31tf E"OV BRANCH k J . B. WOODS, Attorniei at Law, Lib- . erty, Texas. ' tf Sew a RE: Administrator Sale a tt ..'..,. .... r .... ....i;r, fr.r nntn nf l.nn.i II Jt I- order Ol ISC- tlOIl vv yly .Marti A of L hundred dollar,, made bv Thoinis S. 'Caul andf-Q this county; will be -old at Public IT-7T.. tit o!i. -... j-p u n..,; .wh.nmn.rti diliiceoi the Riib?cribcr, on br.turjl-iy the tr iii-j. ; ...i i. i,- .,i,,,,,i r.,,-i I all the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 May 1838

' f - v PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY, BY CRTJGER & 3I00RE, PROPRIETORS TERMS i Subscription, 6ve. doHarB aryearf payable in advznce.-JidccTtUmg'y one" .dollar a square for the first insertion, and riftyjceuts for each' continuance: eight linei,or.les, is considered ii square. Marriage and obituaryjaqtice's of weft' ;tban three lines'eacb", cards of passenjcrs,.aml ah nouuccmcnts of candidates forpolitical offices, will be Charged ,at the common rates of a'dvertisinssr . --- All ao.Terucuipnts 10 ujkuu jut iuuwhc .wmmmmmmmammmm - -' l L -'-.. iiOs. -L v.- i . - i . - V- - . MB TE XAS." REGISTER. A-GENTS ' FOB TK TKISMJI. (n Ih. Ilnifi SUafa 'KoVAU iLllE. Orleans. J. S-iKeixr Co., Beakeeilen, Mebile. Ala. , 'r ,i '-' . ' " In Texas Biikr, Gat Jt JUxr'Wsljirt . Cel. Gm. W. Tn, Columbia. .TaMeseasBEM , mtt, Braieria. W. W.- 3M.,.MetjtwaerTr - Lake creek: Judte UsBM.'Tt".. E. T. j Bejlkch Libert, J. Kowt, Sta Aurustine.p. ,CJC- .,. NisaHAH; Mina, Gen. Denials, Na'(dehe. Nest MiiwuJun".wiu,M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 May 1838

'-, mmw .' t. IS der' jffoohBjiiiM oh'Tiiufsilay tHUlrnliig ai his4iVpuhds. Hehasleft a large. and intefesling'familyan'd'a. circle of respectable neighbors and friends, to" mourn his untimely and violent end. He was kind and hqspttaM Die innis reialions.in me, anu oeioveu Dy ais, melius ' and.neigh.bors, but he lias fallen a victitri 'to, the fiendish 'practice ofcarrying deadjy Weaporis.andjthat'sUll more insatiate;and he.Iisli monster intemperance. ,'Wlien will the: votaries of these vices hear the Voice. pf'warn ,Mr. Edward Bell died of his wounds received in this fell rencontre, onEriday last. The numerous 'friends wliocrowded around His blobdv' pillow, and the anxious crowils whbvailed withanxiety at the doorof his.sick. ri'nnip)n hpnf nmnln testimony to his numerous vir tues. " Ho was Generous,, courteous, peaceful, and !brave, even to a fault. The chivalry; of;,his nature, and, perhaps afmistaken, though.generous impolse.for an absent and traduced, friend, led to the. unfort...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 May 1838

rf fc r fr mand, and alHssucs shall be made with great care anil certified. , $ S3. When any officer shall draw clothing Tor his own use, he,shall receipt for the1same'andrwill be; accounta- ble for the sameatlhe establishe(lj)ricejo.tho Govern- ment. - J mir -ft 34, If anv officer shall leave his nost-or station - - . . . . --T ' . . .. -without leave or orders from his superior oiheef, he shall be deemed a deserter and tlishonorably'discbarged. .. 33j Any officer wishing a furlqugh mtistapply through "his superior officer, to'the war department, and wfthout jits approirauyn none can oe grnuieu., r'i . "iJ6.-If'op.i'6ffiOn command ,of a .separate! post, 'liroud.ilesire a-rlougb, hYwili address the Secretary -of Waif drtecUy bj' letter., ,? &7,' All resignations yvillbe forwarded through'thc -;orornandW officer, ofthe 'post oiSstktioTiJoyheWar UeJartmect, and wnUpthe resignation is excepted, Jje sli ilj not leavers luty, unless.withUeave of the coin- 1 .mindant,l$iroB$i''Tvhom h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 May 1838

-73L - t " - -I ' - Y ,V TVfit'iefe. " - fcUnE. jkIABl.fcKfcU.ni, Jaieoi watiiviiie iim ";.. .- J. Pnrtr- of folnjcmVTen. hare associated in the prac- .r.-s z. 1 . -. :; n- ... ... .-., n'-;- "ice or law, ana Ipcatea tnemseives ui can nioui", . 'They will act as agenttin the purchase and saleuflajid, apd 'location of claimi, prompt, and erei-vering attention will"be 'given to all buiineii that may be confided to theiu. . f match 24, ' 19-4tttf Drugs, Medicines, dec. COOK &. EWING .. iTJESPECTFULLY inform their friends nnd the public that J they hare entered into tho Apothecary and 'Drug business in this city. Tbey have now on hand, and will keep constantly, 'general assortment of articles in their lineat their new store ... fh1ntiin- frrtnrl nhnrfk tilt, fTniOR HoilSC. f All orders from the country will be punctuilly attended ta, and physicians prescriptions put up with accuracy and dispatch. iV. t. UlUA A3. EWING. Wrnnmtmn. Tf.r " 2. 837. 9l-f i-1-: LOST- A "N crdcr.on tho Trea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 May 1838

S -.JL 4 V H '"-B.i'atl 2!2S& j- jtis-ji ' .-.. -1 "S5 &, 1 V iTi .- t- . j.y-.- '&:; ,'v mv -s- ' if ' : T tJ..'BJa4 ' " AGENTS .;v,m . '. ' !FOR THE TELEGRAJHV In the United Stntw EmTA Hall. Newn Orleans., J: S.,Kelly 1-Co., Boobxellerf, MobTlaf.'-" Ala. ;, f . . iff'rM In Texav- Bailt, Gay. A Hoxrr. 'tyashingtcm CoL Gbo. w: Poi, CblambiaTanuKDU JBkir sett, Erazoria'.s Ws-'Wi, 'SuEr&ati, Montgomeryy, Lake creek. I 'Judge Usii'sx, Texana:' E..T. Brancu Xiibertj, J.Rowt, Saq Ausitinrf,;XC.Ci:s- nnanxM, Mina, Gen. Dooaiassj Nacogdoches. . UBtIDSEMMVEEKiiYjBY' .CKUGEIti&'jMponEp PROPRIETORS. ( ' "J TERMS I J4Ju&tTiion; five1 dollars a' vrtuV," HTayiiblc in advance-.--Advertising, ;one!"Ho!Iariiv Muare,fgr thoj first' insertion, andfirty. (cents, for fachconUnuance: eight lines, or. less, is conbdered a'innafe.. Marriage and.obituary .notices oV more tnan't!ireevlinesechycarils'of passengers, ami an-. uounciTOents bfcandidates fpr.'political. offices, will be ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 May 1838

w$fc mm -1.?l A " . i , i'sl I ' wz 17- .X- 11 , . . V5 -. , ' -- ;t - .- ' - ' ' ., 5. Pf' lM I 155 ' m . counties. The two houses proceeded forth to the elec lion of a public'.prinier.when the rotes Blood as follows: For. Messrs. Cocko os Simmons, :tfic.K .!'?.- -'- NiJes&Co., '. ,nkK Ml ' Crugerdt .Moore, On 2d. ballot the vote stood : (jfs . por Afegsrg. Cocke &. Simmons, ....&, 4M wsi-.-ji.tu " -i ;i--.'.'.;r , . j"'""-."!. 1 . "-r '. 10 ' .17 v T 10 16 18, Cruder &.Moore, ' 8 - 'On!3dbalot, Moore &'Cfuger having' withdrawn, .the vote stood: , fc2TMcssrs7Cdcke"& Simmons, 15 " " jN'lps&.C6., , , 24 ' , (Messrs. Niles & Cof were elected public printer. The two houses then proceeded to the election of ge!ibfjusticcs of counties, to ifill vacancies wherethoy , - have occurred.... Z?1 "fi- ' '"; 'For. Colombo county. 5-s Ut. . . f w DANIEL. . i-i .. Jfr Austin county. , , , The, House then agreed to go into elections .undor the llandlaw.-; .J. v "r R?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 May 1838

v- m-.. nsni v-f tncn, for Ins services in war, jfcir the abilities which have marked the-discharge "of his various civil duties, and for the number-anil character of hiiPprivale and social virtues. Resolved. Tint besides lhu coincidence of the Stale of their birth heingjthe same, this meeting recognises in the lives and merits of bolhthose cherished citizens, Generals Husk and Lamar, ft cjhiuhiii excellence in themselves, and a common value to ihetr country llcsohcd, Therefore.-lhat thismeeiing untfifffloWy concurs in the rccommendaljB Gen. Mirabeau 1$. .Lamar, as a candidate worlhJPsuflragt-s of the good people of the Republic of Texas' in the approaching Presidential ejection. Resolved, also, That all here assembled, tender to Gen. T. 3. Rusk, in'this formal manner, the assurance of their continued respect and admiration increased, as they have been,byiijust-apprt:riatinn of the disinter- ested considerations which luvc induced him to post- pone his own claims in favor of those o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 May 1838

JIMi "!' F 4-. t . :". 'btl t - a. V .i V m tOT W R. fr i- It? vr .TTWE.iu.ti vecjived an.! offer lor sale, law lornis-, a gf-er- - H, al ..Horti.Wof Crockery, GJ-s ware, N-dj. pro0IJf,B"S" Clothing, dVtats, doIJooU-iid Shoe Sadd!ry, HoU ert, iic.air.. osi'1 .;.!' SjSSiJr. rriliV attcniioirtlu- piiblii- ia respectfully called to the ex.- 1 ,;.,tinn ,'v.!.e above ton rite. I? a b-autilnl hSh hlSr, known n K,l9ar-s' or IW Point. "iUtl on , -" nd water. A company . Irui '" 7" -- f,.r the erection ol a large in vera t ....r..ifrnrA ttiaflf -ill b co.utantlv on the Point with a plan of the towi to ge anrfpformatioa'that may be required relative lu the title and location Individual desimus of making uiveslme lit on the Bar are respectfully recommenced to mam-a Perun.u -im.. . r- ....i..,. -.rj.rnm its ncirnniafc jure sard,' lb health', ami facilities as a commercial depot ovur any U.cr"iitur.tionin this par.tnf .g;bBAlKK . fori Leon, i.iJBtli.1S33..yr ,3n-c" If . .'Mail Stage to Richmond....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 May 1838

V- ' - - ' - I 1 " ' V. , I -,. V -,.-: w;JUBLIiHEIJ!.SEMi;WEElvLYiB5Y. :; . VlfeEiatS'. ':...- r.VP APOU KTH -TElE'AMli . . In the -United .!&ates4rEaSARtVlHix,' -Netr Orleans. ' Jl SKei.i.t tc C'w.,. Booksellsrr,'. Mobile. Ala " ,' -" h,"i,'ll ' IirTcxas-AiLr.rGAV''Hoxi!JrVahlnstoa Col. Geo. W. Pes, Columbial--Tltoioi: Bks. Murife' for the.' first jinscrtion.-and fifty-cents for. each continuance :cight1iue,or. ess,,i3 considered. ' a'sqaa're' MarHage'an'd obituary notices of more Jttan three'lines each, cards of pass'engcrs..and an- inopnements oC'candidate for political offices', will -" ,be charged' :at thecpmmopirattsofadvertjsine...- ' .i'iViradTeriiEements:to'bp.pnid for.in advance"' - ,",' Brazoria. W. W. Siu-Mio; JUontgon-a-Y, --. t .V jS8-taej .reek, -JudSS p.Hra3Tfia. EM ,. - .;; -t BaAXcu'L1bWty,JUojT,'SanA'uCTS?et.9'C;.Cirs- "NiNoniJJ.'Mina, Ueni UouaiasSjsWacogUoeoe. .. ' r ' ' -"'- ..-.IJlIi- .-a-t.i-.i.Wfc.-1-? - VOJL.ill. 36.29.-r-'WBOliE NO .; HOUSTON, SATIJRD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 May 1838

ted, and the bill made ihe order of the day for to-mor $" Mr. Dunn, from the committee on Claims and. Ac i counts, to whonv-was referred the bill fdr the relief of John Tulbott," reported the same favorably. On motion &? of Mr. Erentt, the rule was suspended ana ine 0111 4&'f passed. ine senate aujourneu until iu o ciock w-raorrew .. i- .j rooming. G ..-.. n a r Knw Ifl I Mr. IIortonrby leave, withdrew the petition and ac -S companying documents of A. Houston. xlr A ioint resolution. for the relief of John Murry, ori' winating-in the Senate, returned from the jgouse of xusprescniauvesyusiBruav nim u huivuuucui, muui Swasreadi and tho amendment agreed to by the Sen- ate. " ' $3i(&J2..MivEyeriU from the committea to' whom was refer- red the bill to confirm certain contracts for .personal seryices,7madc by persons in Bexar and Goliad) repor- r 1 tsd a substitute for the.same, which was adopted. On "-motion of Mr. Evcritl, jthe rulo was suspended and 1 .itfinkill'rriM.orl. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 May 1838

'. CAUTION. 1 i ii -v. tr 11 .. .l M- U,.-,rrlVl,n..ool RRA7ns r:.T viraTfiKr n A IT wriAT1i"TiMPANY. ' . .. :.' ... . . ... .1 .l-w-w- .. i . i - t . i ?- .l :-. A I.L. nprtnna nr Lpn i farirnrnpfl unuti?( ntirrlm&incr CI ., h ,f trnivnrmni hni nir: liemtr lelton me west aviig ueen appointed, vnmmissionera 10 receive moiimiu- lx - i - --.- . ---- . -b -. j r. ..... ..w.,.,...-. ........... - ..b- -----b sn .i, .... -.c .i. r.L :..i ..i. r . i.;. mrr.!- U.A. J.iKnsjonesa rcrtili'.ite ol uoiintr i,nil lor J3U acre. inilll.M. WM W1B BIM4C9 VI UlC VU1MUU B.UJk ". U.U ...,. ..I , ... .. .......... I ide of that and Archdale street, including at least one fourth of the centre of our beautiful and flourishing city, nd deslrovinir our very splendid new hotel, the pride of the citizens, and nearly ready for the reception of boarders, the new .Uasonic Hall at tlie west cnu oi me market, the brick work of which was nearly finished, -and somewhat inmrvin? the new Theatre. We learn that the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 May 1838

. . SHERIFF'S SALE. Klcofjiii execution to me iiirebU.nl by tlie honorable JVoaijivcourt narnsuarg county rs OTk" t -r. ' . ZZu ifiv MrnW iii tWefi. li uctcrest and cia,.u ? Js ': SL ,, qet.axf-'T r: Ki.k,,.;!ln,ivi.l,',nl ft.?,!,,,!... in niid to thef"'5"" i""'"" "" ',,: ."-r.'r"-"-?' .-,""" v ,'" " :r""'r. v ... ,. .., pound. . w "MOiiowinpruperiy, viz. oue,pgro gin nanieu jat, ".'""" Fo7nnsa-eor-furtiier LClW IK. lnniU.Vr;Kl U.nn.1 nrt Y f ntt ciMi.il PI ill 1 li Clt , ." Pa3.nae Or, "". " , sndmarkcdon the pht.nsluts No."-I,5aml bal' of 3, S,J,itu -..',... . ' "..- 1 afc-ttViJ a may i?aai Stage to iJlChmoud, f ;, fv ., , R.JR.. KOYAiLTi, HCVm Stage will Jcav c ojJ i. CWmVAoia, CVPryMim-- fcjMEItAIiTLA.iD AgEIiT AT BeKAK. Iwilleiiocto-pub-s day morning at i o'ciock lor luciimuiiu. and returning -nTrxiLL remain in Bcnar uniil tbc 1st Octoberncxt, bulias . ""'. ' .. '.. . liuif. Richmond every haturduv mornm-? at the same hour. - i t....i i. u. .:..... .... !,-,.,,! !, ... ,.i, vnl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1838

.cm h PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY, BY rnnnKB & ItnnRE. PROPRIETORS. AGHNTS FOU THE TELEGRAPH. In the United States Edward Hal, New- Orleans. "J. S..Kkllv frCo., Bookrellerr, Mobile.- Ala. In Texas Bail.,.Ga..;4: Hoxr . Washington Col. Geo. W.. Poe; Columbia 'Theodore Bkh sett, Prazoria. W..' Wi'Shemrd,' Montgomery, 1 TERMS: Svitcription,''&e dollars a year, par able -in adyancc.-T.ir-. innj, one, dollar a square for the "first insertion, amKfifty' ccnts for -each continuance: sht'inw,'or lessj is considered a square. Marriage arid obituary notices of more thnn ilir.elina each, cards of .assenrers, and. an- Al TEX MS- H E CH STE R nouncinienUofcandid-te "'or riolitical officeswill Lake creek;' Jndge Usher, Texana. . ,E. -lV 'Brancu Liberty, J. Rows, Satf, Ausurtiiie, D. C.CusT, . -l-i ht charred' .ai tbc,c befcomm- .etol auverusinj.. v'nf Jhtft - Alladvertisemei' paid for in advance kin-quaii, iUina, uen. x.o-aAss,racogocm.-.. r. it NT vrifci' 30 IVIIOLrE I0. 135. WE LABOR FOR OU,R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1838

i. I . . . fe - TPRANCE'-AND MEXICO In -a letter itu the Secretary of the Navy, dated Pen- saeola B iv on lhc'25th uli. Commodore Dallars slates , hat the commander of the French squadron off Vera Orcz hasjwchimeJ a blockade of all the ports of Mex- ico. 'I'Sisiep was takTn upon tlicref isal by the Mex ican Government, of the.ultimatam, presented byMhc French minister Barotf Dcffundis" The French minis- ter at Washington, Mr. E.Do Pontiis, has received from Baron" Deffendis-a des natch, communicating this refusal.iof- which, ,Mr. JDePonlois has, given infor; .: '... r., ...;. .r.l.-.-.iinl. AT,- fiVirsvtli. si-rre- lUtlllUU IV AJUl gilt UlMUICUk Muvuj;ii . ...- , tary otStalc.IMr..DeP.ontpis informs our government that lheiordcrs sent to Mr.Brocahce, for the execution ofthlsblockade, are unfavorable fo,the liberal princi ples professed by Franco upon tnosuDjcci oi uiuckuuo, nml will nreserve tho riirhts of neutrals, especially ol ihoTTmtnrf Status, frnm all vexations not essential t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1838

h ' s lo enlarge the Telegraph to nearly twice its present dimensions Until this desirable object shall hare been cffccleJ, we shall puoh'sh weekly, an, clra sheet of ad- erliscincnls? A. larger portion of the paper will thcr- foic be devoted to miscellaneous matter. APPOINTMENTS liY THE-PRESIDENT. G. W,tUocKLY,. , Secretary ot "War. A. S. P. Rdrnlev. ') . Commissioners to JMeffoliate M. WilliIus, ytf ihc Fie Million Loan. , .. For the Telegraph. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTION. KO. II. The advantages of SunJay S.-hools arc many and obvious. Pfjfo'jfcountry should those institutions be snore Iiiugly appreciated thin Teyas. The great scarci ty of ord.ntry scltoois rcnuers wis ninui 01 umiruuiiuu more necessary here thm in co-mtries belter supplied with the means of elucation. Iitminy instances, chil dren ivlm have accoss to no other mean of instruslmn have acquired thee'ement of nn education with almost as much facility in theso schools as others have in the common day schools. It is n...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 May 1838

LAND FQR SALE. ri t BftMter of aJeague situated on tne lainaeca river, 111 .- iti. rnlonr. being the upper quarter of a league grant- fs ; J-.i 1 1. :.. Ulu-nan f hn trrntil ni V stodfaml W rheoer will sd? teM for S;j give ? raortSugc uponitto rahc 500or $600, at a reasonable rate 01 micrqi. .!; v -. Jan.20,U838.- ,10:tf NOTICE. IIC ,..I,....:i,r., :.l, n r-ntr:irt for ltlL- blllllHnCof a A'ffi TTAVEiust received and otter lor seae, low .u-", -.6-"" Wr:;r-f ,SSTta.. A Kheral nrice will fflSSSSSBKS W H. bi,Iberc?e,U,,thesub3cnbcr,.1aWin w. i. .fe R. M. lr.EE, rAVE iust received ami otter for sale, low forcash, a.gener--. - -n 1 f!l.. -,r Noil. Brooms. Sllin- &c. &c. may 12 '30 2m furnish the ncccsary timber and material. HAT-FIT? GAZLEY & ntRl!S.4LL TilWfll- 1? NA1I IjtLiO. THE attention of the public is respectfully called to the ex- amination of the above town site. It 11 n beautiful high Washington, npril 23, 1338. HATFIELD & STEVENS. yitr JFO.RiN.ttW OJiLEAJNiS; I...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
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