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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

Cftf ) r y h SUPPL IO. 188 j ' i , r - FTV. 11 I k , v r VV t AN "ACT Appointing' Co?nmissioners to view and mark out a Road from, Bas Irov to lied River. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of -Representatives of thc'Republlcbf Texas, in Congress assembled; That R.B. Craft,' "Willmm,Barton,and Captain Lynch beand they are hereby ap- . pointed Commissioners to view and marK out a iioaa jrom uastrop, on the Colorado: River, to the Trinity River, at or nearthe'upper i Three Forks.ramLtiiat Baily English, Ilobert loan and Levi M. Rire. beand'thev are hereby appointed Commissioners to view and mark' out a'road from the point on Trinity at orncar the uppcrThrcd Forks thereof,- so as to intersect the road marked ourirom that-point' to Bastrop, on the Colorado' River, to some point xm itca xuvcr, hoi ucju nni ujnu !""") ...- the Cross Timbers, and ttshall be the duty of 'the said twoap- oF. Commissioners to comer wun. cacn oiucr,-ux pn- Tiniritments i the time at which they will, meet at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

h IS-' & I?- Sr. ! j' igr-vssgr H1 J m. r Brazoi?nver, thence up suid river to UieNnvasolo, thence Up the ' Navasoto to the place of beginning. jfSc. 2. Be it further enacted, That all acts and parts coming within the purview and meaning of this aerobe, and the same are hereby repealed. , : . . JOSEPH ROWE, 'Speaker of the House of Reprentaiives. f & MIRABEAU B. LAMAR, , President of the Senate. .Approved,'24th May, 183S. x. - "s '- SAM. HOUSTON." ' ' . - RESOLUTION "' ' "For the benefit of Sidney Sherman. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representative! of ,,jhc Republic of Texas in congress assemniea, mat Siuney Sherman be, and lie is hereby allowed the sum of three thousand ' nihft hundred and seventy threc'dollara and seventeen cents for services rendered the government and money expended for the "amc 'the amount lo.be pni.I- in the'promisory notes of the gov- ernment', and that" the auditor be and he is hereby required to udithis'accountssto that amount. JOSEPH ROWE,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

- , .J t V K 'and Mr. Branch nioYeu 16 pos'tpohe'thcir consideration till Wednes- la Glrzx, for cattle famished the army at Vr.toiiCj $300. ToR.lt. 'day next. Ayes and noes being called for, itood thus. Royall as per vonchcrs, 83,905 83-100. To H. C. Hudson, 8300. Ayes, Messrs. Speaker, Baker, Branch, Ciark, Englisht Gazley, James A. Zembranos' claim as per secretary of war's certificate, 8 . 'Grigsby, Hill, Jones, of B, Jonei of A., Jack, Lumpkin, McUvmn- To J. J. Linn in promissory note, 81,466 2-100. They also report riey. Pierpont, tower. Rusk, Rowlett, Thornton 18. the claim of Allien Emaniiel as just for horses, money, and goods fur- . JJoes Messrs. Burleson, Brenan, Douglass, Gant. Hardeman, Linn, nished to volunteers, and recommend its allow an'ce. Bill read first Menifee, Pohton, Sutherland 9. time. Mr. Branch, chairman of the select committee, to whom Has The orders of the day were so far postponed on motion of Mr. Rusk, referred the bill to incorporate the city of Houston...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

i& I7i i liS.M V . . I' it l& t V M: V- 4 RESOLUTION JHethring John Vincc the legitimate son of Alhn Vincc and Matil- da Wiiboum. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representa- tives of the Republic of Texas in Congress assembled, That John Vincc son of Allen Vincc and Matilda "Wilbourn be aud he h hereby declared legitimate and capable of inheriting his Earcnts property in the same manner as if he had been boinin iwful wedlock. it JOSEPH HOWE, Spcjkcr of the House of Representatives. S. II. EVEIUTT, Prcsideul pro tern, of the Senate. -t Approvod,'24lh May,.183S. v - SAM. HOUSTON. ' AN ACT . - Providing- for the payment of the. the first loan te Texas. Be it enacted by the Senate and House, of Representative of -.the Republic of Jcxas in Congress assembled. J hat to Julhl and carryjnto effect the contract of compromise made on the- first day of April, l836j- between the go eminent ad interim of Texas and the stockholder in tne lirht loan ncgociatcd by the Commissioner...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

2SL5SW&&.ca??Si- ? S 35? H- zzzsr&zik' -i --. T-rrT ig--- -n.- --,-- t hi ,- i - - . . . i. - v . X T Wr-'SS VV-?Sr.!5Ji5C?Kff;.-' "mim-wmW17M3raTa;M2aNwmJ- XMW VWJM ' W :ss&XfeSS: - :?fiB3 ..'feV jljfl Ji- -s--- n .i r- '., - ,cmi?7'' . ' .' ..;) ' .-gs. k.t jp.-j - Tr-:gS5 : - . -''' " TK5 " ivniin. ""Xv"??S?. L-gSP-. A ., ,., ---' Jiw l - v . ; 'i:ENr'5rc rAzyr jaess-r': 5:S"U or-i -jv DiiwniPBia SATE. a nu" -rr- . .v. . . , ,T3Y"tIWntoS-we- .d r. "?sis:;ssss TdV; 3. M "? J'u""r . .7 r-.li tit..-,,., .11 hi rtrht tit Notice fTlnr subscriber ' takes this method Tbk fubsotibr tike thu method or inronnia j fWticM ot ;. . Houston, that he intends to open an Engluh-Sai,'' r .-'-. -- . ty on Monday; !25th May. Those who feel an intetniur ; ' ; Jii - Jr - School, arevrspectfully invited to attend at the school aouljiroppW; ;!" -"J ' site Mr. Beardley's bcrarding house. ." . ' 'j j - " , ' $ may 19 ' 33-tf J: T. HAMILTdS. 1- -- . , JA.UiiS n j. j i HTJ CAfi IIIJ-IM- SxS. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

-!5iiS?')!S- "r3 IPSg-i 7 ' " Tail una ,.. . -ma . 4y??B'RawP westL? I 5i f jj -. '" -. , - ' . -i-. r - town Cxnpjnr. between WW to ? r . I EDIIEPBY. TOIAKJWS MytUJ, . ()11, ThUi.w maL'e known.1 1 - JjToMfon, ZiroiidayuneS, t,8$S . .air: "v V 'H ..a- . telegraph JV th, NOTICE.- r sons arc cutting and wssl- tbe lands of thte Houston Oak and Buffalo Bav- thit all those found Ires-- passiiighereuTieri Mill be'prosrtiited-with the severest rigors of the law. JAMES S. HOLMAN, " Ilmnrt'in. j iiip 2'l". 33-St X?V tlnuilnn tmrn Co. NOTICE. A IXpersonj indetud tothaiim of Kixcr i. PauIU. afa J .OL requested to call at the note of the firm in Bastrop, and " Bastrop, June 23 33-3t" KENNEY & PALMER K."CU;iMlKAt mjjrisv T. V- jr .t: lifievcrv cilixsn nnil well with soihe'dezrcc of srru- Houston and Galveston. f lHE splendid last miming pasenije r tcnmer Con- JB kko.H. Ferguson master, will ply three limes a weeK between this city and Galreston. The siriclcst '--- ":iV5'"i S.& ami .Tirf ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

iAvv r va-Bei- g?SS5 J" , . . -wrr hkd'Zj::. fersrvT- . , C4- " -V --L- Wi l" itVatyjonarr, edar k"JSaaw. tibfcs, af300 saeks tors. rALoaies, 2f-1)bw 85 brown (sb. -0 MlSatiwofias, IE1 ITZibUtascIcroI jGroifles wh.b,r SS-tf IN Gonzales countv, -a Military Script No. lo8I.tI.it- .l Mav 13th. 1837, for S147 63. .Any person who may find the sam i, will be liberally rewarded by leaving it,witK Col. Henning in Gonzales. ' ALEXANDER ISBELL. 37-3 i '4; i Gonzales, juno 12. W' IjeS !&; rr on- mv I iitt tl'cr-5i't I pJprttscirtcthsro tx 3$-j JiolJt" One n iC' tcj Hitpnj- tiWhiP tts us T s igdrm Fehrrt,-rr Njjtjpi .''Jin -nu 7p C0HittS'1 frsui jr ! kfesjjyiliaj; ijjr tahiO.tp-.the un paid r transfer.' nuefttrpippptlf ;"tyB.fcrfMG3l. iftlSa?.3for S45II fasiT tVr-:,S33,. Mjanrt lgencti The subscriber has opened an oiBce ia ihe city of San Antonio, and will devote Ids attention ?o the various business connected with such an establishment A year's residence in tins city, an ac- quaintance Wil...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 June 1838

r r , 2&S m fi2S c? J? TTV w.t 14? i T V ? . I- v r i ft t 1 1 alattf ?4 f ..vc- :ttirJ t fSa 3r;0,SiI!HiBEKS. , -. "T .-, siutioii pil bv lha couutv cn.irt and board of W oftneleagueeoflitfid he- me aUennUen or a "fgSJSiop tho construct, of a court losing t.; the to W de ' '" an actor Congrcs, paea jane , , , -- . dily of August nt, for the "ribald buildings of the following plan mm ui- "!. P . COLORADO CI X". IS situated on ttic wrtt luiik ot theCoi.irado rncr,jii-l above the La Bjlua cro..inf, lu the county ot l.ivctt. . nu-ilo or two above La Grange, and withiu mi hundred wilts of Mata- gorda Bay. It was formally known by the name of Electru Tin's site wan selected by Judge Evans several y ears ago, and those who have visited it thinkitdocs credit to his juir.nut.nt. The situation is eminently be.iutil'ul, surpassed by few if any, UaJ.ivillbe receirtdntljn u j- . d d- tbe R bIic. A blutf extends along the river lor the d.s- erectfoTTor thutaid buildings of the ioiiow..i0 j Q...

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

-"y? If' m ft- it l , t k "Vf-jo v " '1' """- '"7,"';' A-',f-- tr .'- i-A , v.'fL- ','. t .v r..v,".: ' & c. ... 'i - .-. KilFi i &. 'w. " .-- . . w & - c 7nS5?553KHHHHH8SBMiH PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY Msi&bt frL "mfMfk ' MshLkW- '4m '1! 'Vf I&BJ T' ,!4 CRUGER&MobBEPBOWUETORS; VSm)' I'S-'V,' Jv" offilll, ''W&aQiMf VL X.f frlfoftHE; TJEEEGRAf Jf"- ' '' TERMS: SubteriptiiiL, five do'llari a.yeur, 4nMrC 1 VjWaTJl7 Bffefv- JiVilPkr MSMSSV' JIyIRMhSL' '--Sflfettft. dW'sfrT ' .lljUllOwPv vICPeOiit;StatEuVr Uiu. & payable iii advance. 4irerfwii, one jdojlartfi , 'fSyatefc. 'MllMft' '?f -fSwfr ilfjllO (jrmffflnffl. oSil&l ' WJnymJMrr'' ''vT- &,ir 'A;'CB.,I!dok!ellwi, MobiJe., . eaclj continuance: eight lines, or less i -ciniiifdeceil' arVrT'"- Ttf fo, "&' " r-S j 'fl' ' ?" -'' '"' H. '-j:'."f' "',., "S, ' "X""' 'i'ln'Toiw BiiLr,Gr iIIoxKr WBiliinftdn ai-jiure. Marriage and obituary uuUcetef nore- i,s,.w f tsj".-. .- V 3ft ,:-? ,-v,?- :.?, . . V v Vt ' ...

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

V"' S& 35 v -"' ?V A- '& " ' Kg tttfcejfcPJeislelijna ' i JI ,V 'hottilefcelingvofih from: -f r .i J:'" ' : . ..?. f .t z : V. fei-A.A-iSs.- ' & ' -' -. . -.'. . v ,. fePi V j'$m?Vchrar ' tied, on, and. in this state'the' pole and tape were often hung'at the door, for a sign or notice to passengers that they, might there be bled. At length, instead, of hanj;- inpouUhe. identical pole used in the operation, a polu was n'aint(5Uwith stripes round in imitation of the real pleTa.ndlts .oandagings, and ihuscame-the sign. rtv lic-nJUs'tVotohlytbe villini outarixiytis, tu Ierisdih'iraid U apyenteftirwe. which proiniaesllie. uimersal-aiffusp iuitui"&uywjeuire;:iu..cuiiic(i nitritiii'!uiiuu-iuuiais. That-this'i&pe-'emiheh1tlviflie'cae7witH Ithe ihsUluiipri ,.nifJ:ui.tsi..iy. :iiW'iL r:.f.r.."..-. i,.-...ir,iii;Tu;ii' &&' :TE,LEGEAPH. 4; r-.i.vz. 'gMTEp.kBYai:RANCIS MOORE, JR. arelnven;to llie perpetration of cnme.-to.obtain thread, while:inihe S.uttesCotiihrs,valI...

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

W - r 1 1 i -' V . . blc station to which I hae Lpch placed, as a candidate. I shall come into office unpledged to any man or aci";Ot men froe to pursue whatccr course tny judgment and my conscience may Uiciaie j Our rpaders will perceive thp announcement, in r this mUj-'s paper, of.Gen. Mose.y Baker, ns a candidate toje- present the county ot linlicslon, in'tncmexi tingresp of the Republic,' The Genera! li.iR.alrcailyJonej.the .State some service, both ill the legislature and' inlhe iield.and is well known to the public geijerallyjTaa.a man "OJ liUCIllS ailU UtUUSlvu Jii.iuui.ui iii.uj......... j ..,vi , tun would hare reason to felicitafcJiersclf uppn hUi elec tion as ner representative. -xo7i bit., a -. uu Tkus is, this estimable ionrnal berinninewiniow "the cloven foL"Go on. reniletnaDi1 co tea! batTmember thatth lime mky. come, when thelnnds winch now sustain jou will grow weartnd Ton, like ouraelvea become dependent! iipon the patrobageof aVir- vou limn; lo save it uv aoro-iiu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 June 1838

, -?? " Prom'tf:2eM7 Vi'r:'-X,-"-,"'"' -'- TO WHARF a. , f - V- THE:1V-W?0 tClfM-ESCV'r-'i ?A papcrlrochey-.varidreach .jhorteaeer wereJtol.Utrow.jn ..,,:,.? . ..Fi-bmWiiiUd. State? tPtipers; ' . - r vwJ-, undersigned having been; ' & 3 ' - . RY'jlMVv?sttiidsiry-.H-H; proportiorili&hliw EBOia'::GANiil.LindiW'urravAroo?e!mXXeWin-: .V'?u..,uile.s1!0!?'VMhe9t(1 &?& NWYorkand PhlfadclnKriih vervmany "rd, slareAtiwmploveduWil'fe.cuUurSbfothcr, prbdrlcis, ed.Vhdlfhfornius thafliis brotliera-Mye been respited -Z.r......-)." "S Cswcto-atrikingiy.-'cohlral untifolfelft they vwll'findthc terms most adv. . . ' asantcd aaraVinddasKinffXlit)asiftdntrfu'liy-ioiir need, icarcelyAavJrthat.thc; . ,eqiijtobrurabctwen'-;the Kln.answerto.a'tiuestioa-vvhicJi he proppunueu, gov- tjcnwn, Messrs T. i. JMciunney,oi 1 mAnificpntmvs-'witli ;itsmS(i otftriilcrs", cBrccrtiff' VahuMili'pflrchaSefs'andHliebilUieii.of producers ernoArthur'inforrne'aVllr.fJIboreruliatrd JUurhara izetttowrivcprojHjsa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 June 1838

31 l. u a ? inVEKTISUrG SHEET i DR. JAMES ANSON DUNN, NOTICE, ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE,. TuTTm-attend to the practice of-Mcii ana SurgerymlixU rmHOSE whowish tfieir kuds located and sun ercd are here- TOFS.ondwapied bavins "btfflied letters of -adoiniitration V r nlace and vicinity. OiEcein H. Sandersons toew budd- J by informed, thatthe subscriber has been appointed depu- " P"' estate of rM.C. Bowie, deceased; notice if hereby mg on Alain st, aojoiniug r luvu uuiu. f - XErXKEXCES. S i T.- Hdbbird, u. d. Professor burgeon Yale Collegi T. Miifis. K. D. President Con. JTcd. Society. 3. M. Smith, u d. Profeaar ofthetheory andproetiee Uniremtv. .Vtis York. - W. E. HuBKEit, tt. d. ProfetsoT of Anatomy University M"J - i i- .uuiramj it;e ir i ira: wrouiuu .i) rauuw iuiviuj ai- m -,. ,wi .,,'- r l. - D...i.. J.J AUlCAtfLiiUa Van Au &. Wu. HkMHY JjANaKKiiixcV At- ready explored a lirgc proportion of said district, I am prepar- t- ,' "' M,,.j" .' uuow ujireiauu, uciu, a" V.1 'y X J torneys a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 June 1838

t k frf- .. , fM-, a-s . -- . .' ...-. . fc. Li -' UBWLri'. 1. - Mf-Hi - i i - i-j-r-Ti r-i r - .. i i - ; ' - 'Wi' NOTICE. . Groceries, Ac. v i a decree of Hon. B. D. McClure, "TUST received Ler steam boat Columbia: 4bbls. Ci- of Probate in. and-fir ihe 'county oC Gonzales, ! der:5do. Ab3'do. Porier. all nnerii r onIitv l.will expose af public salein the town of Gonzales on and in first rate order; likewise a lot of Summer Cloth- the25th Jj!y, 1338, the following tracts of Land be- we, consist'ne of Rock Cuats. Koundi.b uts. Panta. BotWton JttQttdtty, JFuly &i 1 838... l'gllSLa lJJe ltoJpf Thom-s.R.Millerfcdeceafd,!io: lu..n, Vs s, Sl;itf Snspndfrr and Silk Gloves. Alto -'J ' ' ' '"" ' ' v -, .-.v. Yvitrihe'ono hulf of lenpue of Land.Vo. 17. cans.ISo.O, n liaul Oardafiairih rii. rb.mn:.it7P.i ami roan, i . - .". i- .' ji .-. - . - ' r-i -" "iwmtj - -.e... v T H H . T Kl T Tr. It R A P TT TN conformity with a decree of Hon. B. D. McClure, - - - - JL Judge EDITED BY! FRANCIS MOOR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 June 1838

' !A '4 II--. Town of Louisville. T'Ibe ubde'rsigneU buvinglaid ofi'the jc'iti: uf a. two to . JL calleiLby t..e abvre name adjacent to-their cotton gin house and stbrr, hitlf way between l.ynchburc and New-Wash- .ington, will offer 'or s;ali at Anirtibnn the,.4lli July.next on Thejpreaiiscs', a number of building Cb.K 'IJintitualipn needs no recommendation to those acquainted nilhitsadiantngp. Tbe main cbaoiiL-1 uft-'e San 'Jacinto running close to the shore aflords the Luo'sJ convenient 'landing and facilities fo ri- pairing.or constructing tVise,s plenty- of good walrr and ouildiuj; Waterbils'immediatcjy'inahV.yici'uity, and being the bn'y good laudiirg'.otl that part of the 'river', together with the rapid improvements 'in tlie neighboring back eontitiy afford -,aa assurance that it will soun become a place of iaiptr- tancc. '' ' ,. . ' N.B. For sale as aboVe a. general aiotment of Ditv .Gooss, Groceries,- rfafdwa're, HiirVes.', "ready made Clothing Ax . A Map of the toira to be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 June 1838

ftji 1 5 & vi ' JP V -4 i 1 . n. t ' fcf 1 ' - bssvbEEbESbVsBXbi NOTICE. THE subscriber having purchased the interests 5f the Messrs. Scotts in steam boat Sam Houston, wishes rall Who hare claims against said bolt to present them to Messrs. Doswell & Adams, who arc sole 'agents, daily authenticated for liquadation, and also requests all Who are indebted to said boat to make immediate payment. The SAM. HOUSTOtfmU ply as a regular packet twice a 'week between Houston and Galveston. 'March ISth, '38,-18-tf JNO. O'BRIAN. .''." - . Houston and Galveston. . THE splendid fast running passenger steamer CoR- TtEO, H. Ferguson master, will ply three limes'a week between this city and Galveston. The strictest " punctuality" will -bo observed. For freight or passage, having superior accommoda- tions,app!y on board or tn H. K. ALLEN tffia., Houston. -. BLACKWELL cV ALLEN. Galveston. - N. B. She will leave eitherpplace at precisely half "hour after the firing of her gun. June 16 37-1 f Ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 July 1838

v PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY CKCUER.&JMOOREj EROPniETORS: TEUMS:Suinjpfa'on five dollars a jeur, .usyible in .advancev.-aCTtiVingp'tic dollar tiiure for the 'nrst,4niertion, arid,? fifty, cents for each continuanqe: eight: lines, 6jJcss','is conside'red square. Marrraje'and'obituarrlioticesof more than tliree'lineseach, 'cards of pasiSigcriZ and ah-' nouncuaents of candidates for political offices, ivill oecharfed vat-tkecoinnion,rates of advertising.. AGENTS 4 TOR THK TELEGRAPH, s In the United States EnvrAnn Haix. ;Nsr Orleans; ,J.S. Kbiat &.Co., Boolicellcrs, Mobil. Am. .; . , .-. ,.,; 1m .. In Teia BU.t,' Gt. Ic Hozk y: ' Wasl4gto Col. Giol V:Ai!q',CoIurabia Tucopoan ''JIus fi-rrj.lJriUnria.,'V,-'VV:. SukpaW;', AtontjoJnerYj Lake, creek. Uoilge (isusr., Tesana; li''J. Mma, Gen. Douo'lass, Nacogdoches. , - Aji aaveru.cuieu.sio ur piuuu.iuuuiuv. VOIa JS&-1SO. 4TITIOLE no; 140. HOUSTON, SATURDAY, ..J9I.T. 7; 1838. 1W1 sVlis.aw.sssi3 ssKv?3k rSfev dktSSh ' SSQSefe. i5Kv STATi ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 July 1838

" -W--, '-' '""-lit" . v'3rv ,f r, m: "" ifj- . eil during the action,, and'tlie fcl'nso pnximity of-the Onten(I:ng"masses to the, deadly batteries which .spread .grape, til half musket, shcj, Jhrmigh their ranks. Though - stretched on-.'thc cold now and exposed to theVeyerity, Pf an ,Arctic-wi'ntef,itiie'y-.were burning with thirst and ''piteotit 'cries were,-hcanFbnaII si'des'Tor water oriss; a Vyemuit;iifc lui,E;auiiiwiii .yjvi'ivju..nv.Aoj- nds.and espel tneimaurauuers; .a-.iconsiuerablcinniim- lorce-at several points -on ine;ironiier, ana,,me'em- Tiisiniii.ii j.u rr li iiji in, liii:i nuuiiiiriiiiiirii mil ujitv ' :ihc'heap of. stenJSoplpdvof imfeby which they , iwerprushod,Bihu?and-ofi,thc5e ''noble animals t 'ohcurnbercdVthQ: field, .Jot maddened , vilh!'' pain'), were tSsliriekiha1most-arnidstihe;?tifled gfoans of the 'weun- (ledij Sub'duea by lss pfhJ.'toined bycold, cxhaus- ted)iyngftfl'lhc roeman!'ay siil'o by- side amidst ihe irpnfir.il wlrrl--., 'Tlip (""neurits ve ra f...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 July 1838

if - r . - j a - 4 ' . - " V t. t A U' r . ltv port, with the assistance of a rail way, may bo passed over between bun and sun, an3llnt frunthe acknowl- edged salubrity oOnthXno lptcrruption toijhe commu- nication is even to barapprehended, the probabilities al- luded to are'ciihanced almost" to a certainty. , A lotijj and intimate acquaintance, with- the commerce and re- sources ofHhe states-pf "raroaulipis, Neuve-Xeon, Cua-1, huila, ChinuaWr, .New Mexico', Zacatecas Durango", and western Mexico, confirms the writer in the. "opinion thai a great rlroportionlof the wantiof ilic:ei regions, if not the greatest, can be betterjsupplicd from tins poinj lliruYromIalaruoros, so long as the system of trans-" Tiortation continues whal it ever has been. Should tl?e Rio Grande eVer be navigable by steam boats, a raij -Vd'ad from the'Trinidad deJ'Rin Grande to BcY.ha, gnd "from thence to'Arransas, would Continue the trade in this direction, Ihough jhe syJtcnijOfAransportation on mules should b...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 July 1838

M' -- .-r . i sM O- ,-.. - itaifii of Talletlfand. The decease ot' liiU veteran . .'plotnat, was overlooked by us yesterday. He.dienai; "'s Hotel in Paris, en thel7i!i ult. ajed 84 years. Pri'-; Tioua to the extinction of the vital spark, and on the,! cry lasi iuy ot ms;itie, ne became reconciled to me charch and received lite sacrament.- He'was visited be -fore death, byuhe King and Q.ieen, who'in he did riot re- eoirnizs. as wcll.as bV' manv'of llie nobililv. Ile.avas the most cxtraodfuaay! man of Ins age, and iho-Lc Temps.witH truth TemVrkiS"tn his statue maybe inicri- OCu ins worusj .iiE?eipin'ijj;ginuu iiuuiiuvj. His 'bod-?, allowed b'y'a'SiieMlid.funeral cortege among .which were tkc-roya carriage, was deposited iu in the church otaiic assumption on uic-uin oi may-, HU a?e. it will be noted was" not extreme, but his lift has always been spent iu pubic. . Corn in 1754, and ed-. nuateVlftir.tKe church, in 17S0 he was apnointcd&cnbr- 1 on f,t"tli(.",clcr(Tv. In 17S3 lie wan c...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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