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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 26 June 1847

7 (-ofiC&; tja THE CIVILIAN AND GALVESTON GAZETTE Tftrcc Dollars In i(lcnncc. (WEEKLY---FOR THE COUNTRY.) ( Thrtt ?aptc i rof Eight &oUarx ''YOL. IX GALVESTON SATURDAY JUNE 2C 1817. Uv STUART & DURNETT. v Cm -fe It if mi? upplie J ' !) CtUilCau an albrj.tou CTnjcttc. ri'ULISUUU OCtIV WLIIVCSDW AM) SilUBUU Ti;itnsi rmtwk1rItalf jcarlr ia nilrnnc-o 1 i-rUIr. do. 3 0J lVKUTISIXCi Oiicfjuarp.oiic ..nlhr fur ilie Grl iii-eition cadi iib--sit;i.i ittt rumi lifiy cent 3 line tmke a q lire. Ahcrlnemeiit in scried once a week $1 per si aire for cacli iti-ciiiii. LiltPr 011 liisme aftlic of.ee oiiml he pust p3i r tliey will nol be latten out of llm jut ufijee. CARDS of ufa iibont an I other p-.-eiigcr an I aniioimcementi oTcn li lite IW oltce ate consiiiticd and charge J a aderiietitrnt. ETMaiTiaje and obituary notices olmnretlnn ilitec line in lenpth arc clnr;;e.l a !-riiMriits. NEWSPlPUl CCniPriON'S Th PoimtierCn(TI has yfilmsl the Wl'tne rrfulitions uMvniy It Nsp.ipr uiwcnpiion...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 26 June 1847

' - '.- J- t CIVILIAN ANJGAZETTE- g. STPiyJTrdltar. SATURDAY; J.UXE SO 1S17. C)rnrer1Bthfrl2tJ jnoooiic Il J I). MILLER ol TtfolleaJ eMn'yf-u 4JcttJi lor ih cfficc of OoTernoi. tVMATTHE HOPKINS rt"iaitl Itu- tnrpnrt oft li fr.entjf hi i(.e coming HrciMD filhoflit.eof i"ibtie JUJ(0 P W'eruWHl lotnnouncf- Mr. J. A. SETTLE u a canJiJu for Trtibtie JoVge at ihe ensuing elsai- n. CJ" waULhHieiiftanDeunceM.H.RIIODESfjq u ctodldato fortheoiSbeor rrobiie J u-jg. TT U e art authorifsl ictanntunethonnrr ANDREW J VATCS tl-a3 tMnJl lite for the office -if I'mbato JJ ' Ibo ifi;il vf nunjr uintls at iht coniin elect I 'O The cleciiou of a Chief Justice " Guhcaton rouity takes place on MouJiy. The Programme of the Kxatninalion at ilir Public School will be found in another column. Hon. Ashhel Smith v. ill deliver an address be fore the schools and the Public at the Presbyterian Church on Wednesday evening at S o'clock. St. John's I)r wa celebrated in Galveston by Harmony Lodge in a very handsome a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 26 June 1847

7 The rhr Cummrrrial CnpU Stoddard lour Bdsts Irom Dntz.ii Santiago arrived jul as our i paper went t.i pies. S lie" brings no news ofini- p irtuncr. The Commercial passed llie steamer Aucusta from Brazos Santiago for this pott ard N. Orleon' at anchoi off ihe lirazos Ititer out ol luel- The steamer Choline from New Orleans for lirazos Santiago broie a shaft and put into San Lnii on Thurcdjy. CrTCRc or an Allrpohd Slav. The hark Chincclloror NewjYuik capiureil li the U. S. brig Dolphiu on iho coast of ATiirn. as hring engaged in iho slave trade arrived ai Ne-r Yo.k on the IOih inst. in elnrie of Lieut Oiil.iui ami l prize crew and having ali on liinnl tho cap. taut two mates nml .W seamen of the Cli-iiirrllur. who irere taken in ehirgo liy Depiil)Marshall S tiilh. Tliure nere un .Lives nn linir.l ilii. Chn rellor at the time of her capture iutrirruiiiI.inccs of suspicion existed which warranted it i sail! the Dolphin in sendiug her home. Tho persons umlcr arrest araCaptain Jnmrs A. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 26 June 1847

ii rLOK.V MACDONAI.D. The namo of Flora AUcDonald lias been al- ways remembered fur the part she look in as- aisiinff Charles Edward the Pretcndor to baf- lie the pursuit ofliis enemies. We extract the following account ol tier trom the January num her of ilia North American Iteriew: 'In this extremity u yuung girl of about hi age whose heart had been touched by the mel- ancholy tale of his perils and milVeringi un- dertook to become his guide. Her name was Flroa McDonald. She was tlic daughter of a petty laird of South Uist who had been dead sever.il yea:s and her mother was now mar- ricd to another JlacDnnald of the Isle ufSkye. Her education had been that of a simple comi. try girl of good family but her beauty anil her rtrong natural sense accompanied by deep feeling and heart sprung cnliiu$MS:n had made hi'r a favnrile of the CUnrnnalds and other noble families of the neighborhood in which she was a frequent a'id welcome visitor. When Flora tocik this adventurous resolution she...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 July 1847

J I THE CIVILIAN AND GALVESTON GAZE1TE Three Doilars Jm Htltmtee. i (WJEEKLY-.-FOR THE COUJVTRl) Three Copies Fop Eight itoflars. Br STUART & DUONETT. GALVESTON SATURDAY JULY 10 1847. VOL. IX It . k - i v f 1 'I Cftilfan an CTalUrston (Knjtttc. issued Mondays Wednesdays ami Fmu.Ys. TKR3IHI Tft-wrrklr fcalfyearir I " M'rrklr $A OO a w nVi:itTIslNfi Oiieqitarone dollar Tor Hie firt iti-fcition each inb-ci)tieni iri-t-rlton fifty cent.. 8 Imim imi a iire. AUcriieineiu insencu once neik $1 per mime Tor each inerlii. Litters rn Iimmium nfllie ollico mut be pojl pilil or they will nut be lakn out ttftlut post office. CARDS r Ktaaiboat an.l :h-r pi.-eiigrr an-i aanituiicemfHL-i ofcuidi.Jaiei for office are cousidcrH and charged us aderucuicnlf. 051arrias and obituary noiicei of more titan three linei in length are charged as advrriumrnti. NEWSPAPKRsUDCRIPriONS ThePoftmantMCfnerat ti x-J.f red iLe folltmfnf muUtlom: "Money for Ntwfpipt'r mwcnpiutitf not icwung irauouar inrun wr itht or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 July 1847

AN v. Tlio Orphan Bov- "He Csilcd yel eacalni and raeae. So eenltjr e-aa loiweflly weak." The bustle of the fight was over; ihe pria- oners had becnsecurcd.and llie decks wash- ed down the watch pipfd and llie schooner had once marc relapsed inlo midnight quiet and repose. I sought my hanrr.or.k and soon fell asleep. Uul my slumhnrs wcrcdlsturbcd hy wild dream-' which like the visions of n fever agitated and unnerved me; the last strife the hardships of my early life and a thousand oilier things mingled 10 gelher as figures in a phantasmagoria. Suddenly a hand was laid upon my shoulder and start- ing up I beheld (lie surgeon's mate. 4 Little Dick sir is dying' he said. At once 1 sprang from mv bed. Little Dick was a sort ol protege of mine. He was n pale delicate child said to be an orphan and used to gentle nurture; and from the first hour I joined the schooner my heart yearn- ed towards him for 1 too had once been friendless and alon3 in the world. He had often talked to me in con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 July 1847

The Tibxs op the Gorr.imuE.Yr. The Democratic Review (or ihc morilh of June in leading article from a source which it saja h entiiled to confidence arterts that the Admin- istration is willing to make to Mexico ns the defeated party eery possible concession in point of faor and that it has c'ollicd (ien. Scott with power to treat with the authorities of Mexico under ilio instructions of Mr. Trist; and that aiould the Mexicans desire it Mr. Buchanan will himself go down and negotiate in the city of Mexico. The same writer also gives the following as the conditions on which our Government is willing to treat: As to the cession of territory demanded of the Mexicans the Administration will not claim it as a forfeit but offer to pay for it so as to acquire it by purchase. We want a clear title to it; and the Administration considers purchase the very best of all titles. The expenses of the war we will not claim Irom the Mexican and the indemnity which she owes to i.ur citizens will be as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 July 1847

-ja. v. & Sjr -gCtoflUero ana fiiltoe8tmi &xttu. The Water Care. B. L. Bulwer N. P. Willie and other gen tlemen famous lor their fine writing have pub lulled accounts of the mode of treating patients at the "water euro establishment;;" but their accounts hare all been prolix and we think somewhat d.ill maugre all their efforts to be interesting. The following description is quite as comprehensite and graphic as any we have seen with the additional recommen- dations of brevity and good humour. It is from the New Haven Herald and comes from a patient at Brattlcborough: A feeble young man lca es his home and the nursing cares of a doting mother or fond wife and comes here away North among the lulls to seek the wilt o'win angel of health in other words to get his stomach swashed out and his liver put in order. A Tier a nights balmy repose or rather in the midst ol a night's slumbers in which he dreams of fireside and home and the material coffee and toast that wait his awakening...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 August 1847

"Cii -- - ?' "fc & V -CJ THE CIVILIAN AND GALVESTON GAZETil 'Three MfoVars Sn .liXttsncr. (WEEKLY FOR THE COUNTRY.) Three Vopict E'or Eight tHillurx. V.U Bv STUAIIT & BURNETT. Martummv Cfttilfan anH enltKstou Gajrttr. ------ iiLLi..MoM.uf Wiimm.u im r.imis TI KllHt Tri-WM'Uly.linlf jcnilj in nJrnnrf Uetkt) 1. I) I.UHsl.MI m piir'MH iln.hr lir-1 ui-ei'iuu ic'i nlM pit nl ihm riM'ii h .r: J"! J OU r M lit- d Ini't iniui a iiiir. XJirrlKtfim'iil iiimfuu .net i w U 5-1 ! r -i urc fur fact niMitioi. ;Mtriii l'iiir fi'ie .iT.rr nn ft ! nl p h or tliey wt'l "1 bilaUi u hiii i ili' fnsl o.Tid . CA"!)"5 f nlmt in I nr pi njiT.iit I ami .iiitremt Midlife it tit lUf-f r oilier art toiiili.itU utiu rh ir .1 - aJeriiMitirnt. JJjMIamjiSt in I it itmrt mi nri! ino-r than ttur oif in lnlli lit- rliirpc I n- niUt rltn ! cfvilJAN" AND GAZE ITE- XI. STUAltT Editor. '.MONDAY AUCUriTO lk XrrlrrrniMnin bh winrr II n J It- Mil I HI tl loti I.fi J couu 3wilHllf lor the Ilit col iMiti 3TVe rf nhttie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 August 1847

N m CIVILIAN AND GAZEJLTE-I n. STUART Editor. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11 1847. 'I he schooner May Cupt. Allen arrived here J cotcrday in four days front Brazos Pan tiago. She brought lUtle ne of moment. Gen. Taj lor is collecting means ol transportation preparatory as is understood for n movement upon San Luis I'utosi. It is understood that lie will march for that ciiy en or about the 1st September. The force of the enemy thr.c at this time docs not appear to be kuouii ttilh much accuracy. The health on the loner Itio Grande is rc- ported to be good. Wc understand that account? had been re. ccived from Vera Cruit to within sixty hour of 4ltc time that the May sailed. It is rcprc Edited fliat Hen. Scott when last beard from was still alPucbla an ailing the arrival of the rciitforccmcu's on the way Irom Vera Cruz undor Col. Pearce. Wc hate nsyctno mail from New Orleans. Sixteen -days !iae now elapsed since the nrri- val of the last. . We liatc beard no satisfactory reason ;.it en tor the fac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 August 1847

f V Sje tkat&n miXi &s&bes&an &a$tnr. Houston's Letter. Hu.vtsviile TWas f lS:li Julv. 1647. ( T..r-..L.F. f.. IIitcii IMilor ol the Tcxns Itinner. Mi ileiir sir Wiilun n few dais 1 hove "in letter in the "U'ctkly Union" ol Hit- Uhh ult.nvcr the b;(nnture ol tx presidi-iii Tjler. f it ucrc not for some Cicis Hated in tlie Icitcr demandm;; as I etnecive some notice from inr I would nut Imulilc jnn null ibis commuiiiciitior. Or if the facts sulci! ucrc noi mutt-rial tn the truth ol lmtnry nnd the iharaclrr of Ihusr who at the nine. Here me cuicl lunclniii tries ol Hie .' cxi.lll Liivcrn men' I sliituld feel it less iiiciimlienl on im-ill to solicit some cil malum ol ilic facts nlli gi-d Tlie statements emanating from n high :nul CMpectaMe n murcc. Die well calcul tied In enlurcc llitm upon the minds uf readers a- in rh'i.t'c. and not a- in illert. arising Iron the liilnjtif (.Illusion of trutll The en-president nhfti slating 'lie reason- ulucli uiducid linn lo prop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 14 August 1847

gwtfcryg Wbitiao P.ri-n. I haie been asked the rri.ut.un and application of ihc term cap pa icr. Cop as applied in paper is of modern use t-rmreiy at Iim1 in ccitain parts of llio United iSuiei. Ant more lli-tn llmty cars since I was 10 familiar uih ilic phraftu KooiscBp. that I ditmclv recollect ilum 'cap lis iiburetia lion grated on m ear upon first lira ring it a much so as 'pike lur lurripikf does jrl. The (juration is thus hif.cJ to uliat is (lie origin ot tlit phr.ise foolscap as applied to writing paper wliic.i Una home this mime so tunc tint its ori"n is Ins to most persons. j lie Kings ol Kng-aml Irom Kdard I if not earlier crjnicu .inmm monopolies tinier lor the support of the Cin eminent or to en- rich faonlc. One of these was the cxclu- sue ri-lil tn in iinifacture paper granted I13 (he first Charles. Out e liner kinds unsn specie. of notice of die monopoly ihe roaI arm- ol .L.ng.aiu. lonning the wa'er nnrk asl sum were uf course mule from llnscv Iusie prml eye to make a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 November 1847

3 jVzJfc f 2 JJ& J .6 y 'f-. THE CIVILIAN AND GALVESTON GAZETTE. Three Dollars n (WEEKLY-FOR f'HE COUNTRY.) J Three Caplest W i Eight Uallttrn. In ddrancc. j By STUART & DURNETT. CCUi'lum .mtt (Salbcston tr.iitttr. ISSUED MoNIIAlS WtUNCSUAVS AMI KltllMVS. Tlllt.tlS: Trwklr.nlCjrnrlriHRilrnncr SOOO tiir !. u ou IIVEUTI3lftG Onepiareniie rlollir for tlie lira! inertion each iMbcaueiit linemen lilty cc.nl. 8 lino make a mi lire. AJtertucmeriW iiiaerlcd uuce a week $1 per square for each incrtwn. twitters cn Imimiip. of the office must be pott pri r they wilt nat be taken out of thn past officii. CAROS of -. boat an I other pa-teenier nd annMnuMmsMjorcuidilnie for oluce are considered and charged as advertisements. B7)IarriRe and obituary notices o more than threr line in lencih are clinrped s ailrrrtiumpnl. ajiifidtrco earns. ROB'T F. CLEMENT FORIMRDM-G It COMMISSION MERCJM.T VEI-ASCO. TKXA8. T"3r rallkalarallemloa will be DiiJt. alt bui.e. forward. Incur cominiMkiii. Sept. 24 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 November 1847

T0- -V ...; I CIVILIAN ANi GAZETTE. H. STtJART Editor. WEDNESDAY NOV. 3 1847. The election in this city wxntoff tcty quivtl;. There was but little excitement nt any time anil nil that exifted was eonfincJ to the election Tor menilieni of the Ixinliture. The result in tlut irticuUr was apparent a short lime after the poll- iipencl ami ulj parties seemej to relax their effort. A large pi" portion of onr citizens di J not attend the poll. ELECTION If E T U B H S . KM GOVEUXOIU -3 a H 3 E" ne.j.T.Wood 7:1 1G7 .las. B. JliUcr 03 49 II. K. Darnell 3 2 J. J. Robertson 2 2 FOn UECT. GOVEKXOK. Edwin Waller 63 92 John A. Greer 43 95 E. II. Tarrant II 2 YVR THE LEGISLATOR:. M.M. Potter 12:1 311 H.Staart 103 163 . H.McLcu-1 76 HI 2IU 111 5 4 l.Vi i:a 13 3-21 2b3 l.Vi No poll was lichl at the Globe and Ikdii-ar precinct And it is believed that none was held at Dickinson. k mti at the last named does not exceed 25 hi all. "Sjfeold not change tho result. This cwinty tends presentattves. liRRis CoE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 November 1847

T-TV f ' 9r '.. 1 c Cfje &tlatfm ana csaMJcston g5f?ctg THE STATE OF TEXAS ) Collictoh's Orncc 1 COUNTY OF GALVESTON. J Citv or Galtistox J To the Marshal of said Cltv. Greeting-: I hereby certify that the City and School Taics for the Municin.il year 1847 on r.n :! j !t.-i V i j : :.i ti.:.:. kArA i disni ofNoiembcr. A. D. 1&47 for Cash and make duo returns pf said rale nccordimr. to law. u.a;vj. JlilOiu'i niy oonccior. Aruum.ug A ' AMmrj II Ni:Sr 0 1.41 I np en 10 Arllinrjohn All-nlaa.c Andrewa II 11 Alchti'Ui Utu.iicn.-t ftir'S Rrtanl Impon5 UoiialJaiHi I. Ernie W C Ureniond Paul 2jf Xltmumoi rnrng. Il"fc One hoit 1U0 'IVo tier we '0Q COO 9100 91 ti'sriwi 6.'f") S Iwrvra I orria-e 4C07fiSfi ii ii i CalJingerA Brrnard G A Bant John Bfliimtn F V Bryan Genres Coik Prancta Cocke Jaa II 4JG.7 IS. 2 10 3 r.AC 7 12.1314 11.12.13.11 u 3 N W or O I. 7 Imp on 14 do -2 Imp on 4A5 l.'a.4 11 12.1314 431 741 tnpnviinnlf 4 S Pne ti.rriMS 5u! ?CIOnchuno 50.1 I9 4.11 Ml Ki r6i 6I 4:n 43-2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 November 1847

1 e-t ff r t 9 EH etxuium atia iiiiif on tsfcoettr. i THE SHAKERS fce Shaker or us they call thcmpclvcs tlic Milleni- Umreh of United Sueiot of IMictm bad their crigin about the middle of the last ccnturv and were orranized chkflv under the inini-tratiitn of Ann L k. an illiterate but industrious and worthy VYuiiun of -aucnesicr uiiana. in iier riiudtioou tlie wuh sub- ject to Ktroug religious emotion- but the Mibtidod wwm buc was luamcti only to return villi greater force after cvere doraestic'alBirtionj. AVhilo in tlii.n tatc of mind chc became acquainted vitli a WH-ii'ty of pcotile who were Civuretl with remarkable refla- tions of the aij)machui' bccond coming of Christ. This society of which Ann became a prominent member bad adopted no creed of faith or forma of worship; they urrcndercd thcuibclvc. up to tli oje- rations and rwuii&fttatioii of the lhinemrit which in their uwetinj v crc of a very extraordinary har- utr giving them a spirit of prophecy and divine rev- cUtiou. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 November 1847

sOUSy THE CIVILIAN AND GALVESTON o. GAZETTE t Three Dollars En ittlrance. Bv STUART & DURNETT. eruilfan an Galtwirou (Sajcttc. isstiLO Mondays Wkdnchdays asm FnibAis. Ti4wrcklrliiilf Tmrlr iandmnrc $0 OO aYreltlr . tl. 3 OO JVI.IIT1SING One-wpiare.one dolhr for the o iiiics uiimq a mjiiio aim criiciiioni iiiituiu hce a weA $1 per square for each inreriiuii. jitters rn Ihiiic nf tin office mint tie post p?d tr they will n it bo takrn out of th post office. CAltOS roatihnat an I otlir pacii-zer and intiiMiticemnM urcaiididatesfur office ore considered ndrliarfd dverli-tc merit. IDAlarnCB ami obituary noiicca of more than three tie in lfiilli arc c)ireil a nJrrftt-inewH. a i i. - .. . j. ... . ....... --! intsmtres eartn. KOB'T F. CLEMENT ronir.iRDixa .v caMMtssiox.vEncii.ixr vr.i-Asco. Tr-.s. "DP rantrtil.raHM-fc--i will t-rptM t.atl bult-i.ftrirj- in-Qr cowiniMhiD. ori. . ow "STORAGE & COMMISSION WAREHOUSE FOR COTTOX & MF.KCHAKOISK East Comer of Main and Commerce Streets ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 November 1847

X K .- ViT I vryy -C. S r j- i CIVILIAN AND GAZETTE. EL STUAKT Barter. FRIDAY NOV. 19 1817. ir3-Mai.RBACUF.vriUbesuriportcdfor a scat n the Senate of Texas to til! the vacancy occasioned by the re3ignati..u uf llus. T. l'..McKls.M.y. The Weather has been vmuually cold since yes- terday. This morning the wind is from tlic Nvrth keen and braciug. Butli the lateness of the season and the character of the weather we think warrant the conclusion that persons from the country may now it the dry in safety. "So mail has arrived here since our Wednesday's publication cither from Houston or New Orleans. We are consequently without later news tithcr 1V- ucrtii; or Foreign. THE ELECTION FOR GOVERNOR la stSl cm eloped in some duubt. As far as actual returns have been received the state of the poll be- tween Gen. Wood and lr. Miller who are regarded as the contending candidates is about as follows : Cownft-a. (alrcston Harris Washington Fort Bend Travis Comal Iibcrtv -wra precincts Bexar Gonialcs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 November 1847

re 1v 1 :i t I l& MEXICO. The iiew Horn A'era Cnu Uiourli tecehred brother l . Jr8" " "ew Weans is not later than that lieforo ' "3 here the 5th Instant. The fullcmins are the 1t sLitcmeuts oT interest we notice In oar exchan- ge. 3 A eooJ deal or excitement existed at Vera Onu owin to the authentic infdhnation hating been re- veiTeu were tnjt a Mexican armed teasd liad been ten in tlw Gulf; about SO miles K. iV. of Vera Cnu on the evening of the3lint. She. waslecriboasu hernuiihroditc hry full or men. She van first Men tlj thoU. S. propeller Secretary Buchanan and tliou-h not Tcaiuruu; to attact that Teasel she ordered the Buchanan off shore. She first hinted a white flag and shortly afterwards run up tho Mexican ensign. Com. Pcrrr ton hearing of the circumstance. inuncslU nlPBM. tl.A IT 2 -. e. T . . m .. .v. wuw u..?.siCTuiCT.xurjiuuillIJursilll. anal tomJ had not returned when the Wushingtim left Vera Crux and the result of the chase was of course . notknotrn. Delta. McxicoU...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 November 1847

3? 3 IS ' &y CIVILIAN AND GAZEiTE. a. STU&BT Editor. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 17 1847. 23 Maj. It. BACIIE will be supported for a scat n the Senate of Taos to 11 the vacancy occaiuoticj by the resignation of Hot. T. F. McKix j. inr. The steamer S. .V. Williams leaves to da j on tcr first trip for the Braios. She has been thoroughly repaired and so altered in order toimrrore her qual ities as a Ma boat as to rescmblo her former self so little that no one would recognize her as the some. In strength of hull and machinery- conformation ca- pacity for freight and comfort for passengers she is admirably adapted to the business in which she is en gaged. Sio deserve and will doubtless receive libe ral encouragement in this now important and grow ing trade. We understand that the people of the Brazos hare effected an arrangement with Messrs. It. & D. G. Mills to place another boat of light draft in that river to ply pcrmautly between the upper ami lower sections and run in conjunction wi...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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