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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 December 1847

-jf (&. jtf.U'Ulr? THE CIVILIAN AND GALVESTON GAZETTE. Three t9Hlara Mm rwiirc. Br STUART & DURNETT. Cftoflfan atrtr CJnlbtotou 4i;tttr. iut.i Mondays Wedncsuavs and Fkidath. tic tin Trl-wrrklr Lbnirjxnrlr in n4rntira Wrrhlr. 3HI TXM;itTl!slN(; One winaronu dollar Tor ilie 6rt in-erfinn each iibtf)iieiit insertion fifty cent. 8 hue umkn a Miire. AdiortiscinenU inserted nee a i-L $1 per inare for each tncriim. Lit tent en liuines of the office mml Im post pi' or tli-y will nut be taken out of tin putt office. CAUUS oftoabnat and othor pawners and anii'UiifemRt nt" candid te Tr ollice. arc considered and charged at advertisement. BX.Marrla j and nVitnary notices ol nnwe thin litre Into in Wiplh arc char-rd'a- adyrriwwral. ilusimcoa (Saras. IIOB'T F. CLEMENT ronir.iitDiMi it coMMissto.v.vi:nciu.T VEISC(. ti:xas. "Tr r-anletilar auenlioa .ill be pai-1 t. U buii-ff"rril. topi ceaamiasliiu. Sr II 3.1 ' STOIUGE & COMMISSION WAKEHOUSE FOIl COTTOX MKRCHAXDISI East Comer of Main a...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 December 1847

-1 t SEDc JSftU-U.au awa utau 4Siwm olV.llJAiN AND GAZETTE- L" B. STUART Editor. FK1DAY PEC. 10. 1847. 7 ' a.M"-lr fiHUIC ttS- Mai. R. BACH E mil be s upportcd fur in the Scn-ito of Texas to fill the vacancy occa 1t the resignation of llox. T. K. .MiMksi v. The Gulralon arriicd at Williams 'teru.y morning she brings no foreign neu tcrcst. We liarc rcceiicd from Mr. Hamkij nt tlie hinds of Mr. Cockbcrst a file of tlie American Star and ' Intercepted Letters' pubUVhc J nt tlie City of Jlcxieo fur which wc return warm thank. By the Galceston wc liavcreeelied lut Hub-additional news cotton had rocuiercd slightly the de- cline which took 4acc on the arrival of tLu AiratUa. Tlie Xcw Orleans papers are full of tlie honor paid t.'en. Tnylor he dc.iarte.1 for hit hou-o nt Dono'.l-on-Tule on the Missouri on 1th l'ee. escorted hy .Mijor Gaily " battalion of artillery. The Commercial Times bits "The old man braie was scarcely able to give expression to his scntiroeiiss of acknowledgment for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 December 1847

&w 4&itoilim m$i albe&mu wwr. 'K Tlio authoress of'tliis calls it " A.ljTe.Sm.'! . po it ani very tenderly painted; though we rcco- m:o tint anil drawing as we read. Hot it is a tnuch- lnTltltarO in n Gfrnn'm lirpltf nn.l ... . .J!. it ... .. 1 . i2j-pre.it. Spring came and she was dr ; M lute tiolets Uooincd her hair As she tripped in youthful pride By the. river's sedgy side. And no sweeter soind was heard Than her voice which like a bird In ringing rapture row To break the inom's repose. Then Summer came and bright As starry fleams oT ly it Her springing form Mas seen To crosi the tillage preen. Mush rose-i bathed in dew Their fragrance round her threw Hut fint Iiit smile bid grown And low Iwr toil's time. . .ext aMtumn came and mild Her soft ewMOn ns smiled: lut tcar had worn away Their former brilliant l.liv. Xo more she twineil her hair Y.'itli rose and ioltt fair ; l!cr f(ttep sought no more The i h crs tedgy shore. last Winter came and low bl.c slept U'ncath the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 11 December 1847

ISaae- -S!.' EV- Ur. Framplon't introduction to a Royal Tiger. When I was a young iharer having lived in the world some twenty j ears or to 1 was en- gaged as a sort or supernumerary clerk in the house ol Wilson & mown at Ualculta; and having no one else who could be so easily .pared they determined to despatch me on a business negotiation to one of the nallto prin ces about eight hundred miles up the country. I travelled with a party of the dragoons commanded by a Capt. Slingsby a man about five years older than myself and as good a fel- low as ever lived. Well somehow or other he ook a great fancy to me and nothing would do but that I should accompany him in all his porting expeditions; for 1 should tell jnu that be was a thorough sportsman and I believe en lertaioed some strange notion that he should be able to make one of me. One unfortunate morning be came into my tent and woke me out of a sound aleep which I had fallen into after being kept awake half the night by the most...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 December 1847

V f V Trl ? )ni CcPf'ZteciOrsr THE CIVILIAN AND GALVESTON GAZETTE ytncc Dollars In ittraxce $ (WEEKLY FOK TI-3JB COUNTRY.) Three Copita Faf s ( a.Mgnf Miliums. . By STUAUT & DURNETT. GALVESTO.V SATUIJ DEC. 13 IS 17. VOLUME X. 9 fe&S 4w i flu I if.u anti csaltuotoii (SrUt. f lilULU Mo.Hu.US U'lIUA1S AND L'kIUATS. TIEIt3lli TrswrrMT. fcnlf jmrlf 1m admit r $n oo aoo IlVl.ltrisl.NI Oiiepiirnnf Jllir for lite fir! iio-eiti-J-t. fpi.li i itc-ipum in- nnm fifty irnt. rj lint: umki i . ira. .der.it!:iieitt iiiierlcil uiic h e- k ! per iuare for ecli in rimn. .Itfftetl ..-I'liO- ftftiif lfice III It I l pnl pn' or lli will nl li laln mil ul tliti iul ulhcc. tl it paen cr. anI r ollicc lire ton iJi-H.O ami clnr-t d nlvoiii-tiiiii. 3j"ilarrits mid ..l-ito-iiy initirr l nmrrilian line nii in '-tiri'i im cturzcla- ! riiMi-r.it. iiusnnroo enrtjo-. KOULT V. CLKVIENT FOIIW.IRDIXG .V COMMISSIOXMEUaLiST1 vki.si:o. TILWS. TT rrtl"ilr all? niton ill be pit J .. a'l bus...".. f.T'fiI- ST01UGE C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 December 1847

fvrv-) YN . y - CIVILIAN AND GAZETTE- B. STUABT Editor. FRIDAY PEC. 17 1817. t fiL3M. R. RACIIE will lie sunnortol for n Mat in the Senate f Texas to fill the vacancy occaUned bj Uw rwisnation uf llo.v. T. F.McKin.ikv. The brig Alphasx reported in Civilian' lcforcour Jastas being on the Bar lias been got off ami her . tmuca. wn and material saved. The vwel wa towed in I nmicres..rr trr the ml cxit.on of M"' "" thcuicxitainodinu'VinwiMiEPiif thcelcvci.thofMuy yesterday and now lies at the wharf. The extent ( iSlfiIII1jin lliyimmil mcigc nt the cummenee- which the hull is damaged ha not yet been estimated inctitof the fusion uf Congress In IWinlrfr last to The brig which the Justin ran foul of is also in rvitcnitcthc horious eusc of complaint which wc nar I liad against Mexico before fdie commenced Inutilities. Vtt' It is buffiLiwit on the Tirewnt occasion to sav tlut The Legislature was to liave met List JJonday. IVc may expect Our reader Cut craor and call to le held on Tned.i vacan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 December 1847

S3j iSrtHl&w aiio &zMUf:zt&n 4&n?txt. CIVILIAN AND GAZE1TE. H. STUART Editor. WEDNESDAY DEC. 15 1?47. SMaj. It. ItAtUlE will be supported for M3'1 in tiie Senate of Texas to fill t!i. vacancy occasioned by th resignation of llos. T. V. McKixifir. - The steamer Yacht CipUCnuiOjiirriTCcJ thin morn- ing from Xew'OrJcans. We have scarcely received an article of ncwsliy licr. Teias Banner Iluiitirille sajs Gen. Wood left Pec. Sill fur Aosrin. AIoeilk EiurrlO!.. Mr. CliiHcrs (wlii) is olect- d Mavorliv a majority f 363 iotas osr Ms nn- petctor Col. Todd (dcm.) The lgs ! carried rery thing in tlie city. BRITISH BANK ACT OF 18" Wc all remember that the famed 'Specie CireuWi of Gen. Jaclsnn brought the credit system to uliat rare. would call a 'bolt.' In few words a series of erenta followed which threw el cry thing down to 11 specie value. It was for a long time a prcviiiliti;: opinion amongst a majority of the people of the Union tLat tl'is act of taen. Jackson was almost a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 December 1847

mn f lkuSZBI: mm 7 lVc rcc v. Zj ib&aianjatitojM G&Utu. ai. ' ' If. CIVILIAN AND GAZETTE. H. STUJU3T Sditcr. WEDNESDAY. URO. 15 IS47. JtJ-MjJ. It. B ACHE will be kuppurtcJ fur a scat la tho Senate of Texts lo fill tli vncancy occasionc i bt the rcsisnaUoa of Ho.T.F.UKipr. The stevntr Yacht CapLOrniiniTcJthrt morn- ing from Now Orlcuw. AV'e hate scarccljr rereived mi article of news ty her. Teias Banner Hnutsiille uj Cen. Wood left Pec. bth for Auilia. JIosile Ellctiok. Mr.lVMen(liig) is tlect- dJbyorbyiruijoritjriT363.ots ovr his wm- petcKr IU. T...U (dan.) The liifi Uie carried rery thins n tne "'J' BRITISH BANK ACT OF 1811 We all remember that the famed 'Specie Circular'! of Gen. Jacks-m brought the credit system to what wen would call a 'bolt.' In few words a series of rents Tallowed which threw cry thing down to a apacie value. It irai for a lone time a prevailing opinion amongst a majority of the people of Uie Union that this act of 'ton. Jaduon win almost ns ruinous as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 April 1848

G4fc THE CIVIUAN AND GALVESTON GAZETTE. V f flwwutiwi Three Dollars ) lit Jtlraucc. ) (WEEKLY-FOR THE COUNTKY.) . Three Copies Tbi Eight dollars. 7 Bv STUART & DURNETT. GALVESTON SATURDAY APRIL 15 1S13. YOUJAI E X nv rW r ettuitan nnti 5alt)t3tw Hi;rttr. ISSULD Mo.NUAlf U'lUNE5DAS AND FlllU V TIt R 31 Hi Tri-w-klTliMirrrnrlrlnndrunre $6 OO WccLJj l. JW DVLRri&IX(i Oiiefnarrnne dnllir Tor (lit lirl iierCiori i-acri anlt-cjneiil inrriiou i u cents. H Inifl nki tuiiarc. Adtrrtis- menu iiiscrlcii uiico a week $1 jicr square tor each uicriiuii. I ttcra n Ihiihcs fllc office must ho port psi' or (htj will oii bo taken out of the post ufice. OARDS oruaMibrtit an I ithr pa-scn?era.i'I aniKHincemeNU uCcaiMi Iiirsfur ull.ee are cooideiei nti J charged - adverti-cuieiiw. 0Marnaf ami l ilttary notice nf more than llircc lws in Ifii'tli ( cdarnl a advt-rtismciit. iJitGinrcjs ear-Jus. J. J. DAVIS Curator 1 . f. Ittllutnt St Co .) co.VNiisiux nccEinxa axd ioritard- IXG MFUC1IAXTS. M'Kinney...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 April 1848

v CIVILIAN AND GAZETTE. H. STDAET riitor. gtjg eontfom ana iRnihestou l&msttt. FUIDW APRIL 14 1819. -THE SOOTH AND THE NORTH THE UNION We much doubt the wisdom though not the disin- terested and patriotic feeling exhibited by those No- rarty and Wing politicians nf the South who insist that the Democrats shall nominate no candidate Tor the Presidency who does not previously declare that in aW .territory owned by thcUnitcd States no matter where situated previous to its erection into States (Livery shall be deemed as recognized and established. The organization uf a party at the South purely upon this principle it appears to us could hare no other etiect than to array the free states against those in wliich slavery cxists.and give the election of Presi dent to the former which have the preponderance of I votes and must ever continue to wield it. The late Barnburner's Convention as the convention of one wing or the Democrats of New York has been termed passed a resolution in regar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 April 1848

gpr CEflittftm mt& ltor$tau ? s For He Cinllwa." ) SCOTTISn SONG. TUB RAID O' CI.EHTBlKMi Alt 'Flora UacDonald." Sweet Maid o' Glcnlrnsua I'll ever regret tlicc "HT the nalt tears that sorrow now causes to start Ami oh ! when lang absent I inaunayiirgct thee ; Hum picture deep pet in the frninc o my Leart ! 1 maun still arc moisten wi' soft dew o' Morrow. Tho rose whose sweet licnuty nac lanp?r I see An'fracsad reraenibmncc ane pleasure I'll borrow 111 think o' the lure in that tannic bluce'e. Sail rose o' my bosom ! Ill treasure the tinker That Glen and its flowers when far far nwa An wreath invlionesrounilit lliecluecr tbestrang- Since than art the fairest and best o' tbem n. Oh ! ilka sweet transport l'te felt iu this Uisum DtfarMaitSV Ulentrana is nwin to thee " An if.'inM the teinticsU of life I sulj hise Vin 111 I itru tothrlureinthal bonnic blitc e'c. Oau sto.t April 14 ISIS. V. T. V. DKAI. GE.VTI.V. Deal gently with tliclouly For bitter is their lot When lyr tlieir frien...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 April 1848

LAWS Passed by the Second Legislature of the State of Texas Jn Jet to prohibit the Boards of Land Commis- sioners tn each Countt in this State from issu- ing certificates to any claimant tchatsoerer unlcsnthcajtplicunt or claimant shall prcrious la thereto have rcccieul a conditional certificate Iroui some coiiwitent JSitard. Sfction 1. Be it enacted Ity the Legislature tf Slate of Texas iuat Uic Award ol luU Uum- iuis.ioucM for each county iu tins State hnll hare no power tyisuo miy certinoitc ..naisocertu on ajipn cant except to those w ho may apply for an uticoiiji tiotul corticate hnrin previously obtained a conJi tionalonc (ratitcJ during tlic pcri'xl or time fixed for isf-jing couditiimal ccrti'Bc.iK's nnJ At least three 3'cars prior to the time of application for an uncondi- tional ouc.) which facts must be shown by the nppli- can: by producing to the Itoard the original condition- al certificate or v ben it may luve been locnted a cer- tified copv of tbe Hccord of tbe IViurj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 April 1848

I fa'"' THE CIVILIAN AND GALVESTON GAZETT i i L Three Ooilars ) Mn Jdrmncc. $ (WEEKLY FOR THE COUiVXRY.) t Thrtc Copies 5 rjghi Miollnr - IA 1 y. " By STUART & DURxNETT. GALVESTON FRIDAY APRIL 28 1818. VOLUME efttUfax anlr altuaton (gazette. MSVCO AlCWDAYS WCDNCBDATfl AMtl FmDA.Si Trnnut C-wktr.hairrMrlrU4raiM f oo Wcifatr. U. 3 oo DVKUTIdINO On quart.fone dolUr Tor the (Lrni tner(toii ich t ubrfqurm ituerilAQ fifty cents. o lint rasne m qira. AuieruscmeDl itisieriea vDft wet-k 3I per square far each inerlitti. Litters cin buuies nfthe office rnost m post piii1 or Uoiy will not be tkrn mil nl the post oftcc. CARDS of ktiiatibnat ami rthr saseiirsaiid iiiiiiunveineMt4 of em didnicsfur oflic ara couiJcied nod Ch arjf d adreriiewnti. CMarnif anil obituary noirtrnpf more lhaa thror l;ne ia length are charged a fltJirimroeiii. CIVILIAN AND GAZETTE. XX. STUART Editor. MONDAY APRIL 24 1847. Hie scbr. Star Capt. Parker arrived vesterdav JonriSraiB iawl!JOj.kaviog (idled on Thuradnr. She...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 April 1848

10 i F CIVILIAN AND 6AZBLTE. H. STUART Editor. WEDNESDAY APRIL 26 ISIS. JEJ The steam ship Palmetto Oipt. Smith ar- rirc4this(Tucsdav)nlTrnmgfioinXcw0ilcfln('vith'wnstcaol luur companies ot t&c mounted irnn papers to and of Sunday morning from that city and J ranger wider CoIolcI Hays two companies of the corre-pondms dates from other quarters. The" news third dragoon mid one company of mounted riQw is not important Xo great improvement it illi under M:.j.rlMk-in all about three hundred and be Eccnhastaken place in Cotton. There is nothing ! fifty men-under orders? to scour the country and mVnlfiint in tho niwroilinf-- of Congress : liothinc! driic the guerrilla from the roads. later from Europe ; and nothing important from Mex- ico. Tbo commercial and other intelligence nich as it 19 will he found in this riieet. ?Ce The steamer M Kinney returned from Trinity this (Tuesday) iiiorumgvith2 paFsengcrs GOG hales votton; and a lare quantity nf corn hides peltrieFi etc. Rinouuting to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 April 1848

once Barred oil them for the purpoie of entering Into ball to attend the Court ol Queen'. Ilench and stand their trial the two foimer lor himug on Ibe lain or March ioslant. delirrred tpeechci cal. ciliated to etcile uutan Cut imposition to her Males. '' corerninent and the latter for baring publish- ed in the United Irishmau articles of a liko' ten- atuty. The three gentlemen were eieiiricd by a large body of their admirers who loudly cheered them. Mr. Krmmi. the Crorru solicitor ntieudeil oiucuny on uenall or the govcrnmeut. hut the de. t. ml. til. I... I .... .. I ft .1... !-. . . immmh uuvuunsei. mi mo magistrate any " lii'he was ready to receive bail Messis. Miurire audj.ihn O'Conncll tendered it for Mr. O.'Dricn aud Mr. Meagher. Mr. O'Brien thanked tliein but aaid he Tiail curoe prepared with auretios. Sureties were tendered to which the Crown did aot object. They then proceeded to Dolier aireet when the three gentlemen delivered short iufbma- lor (needles tu helwnen JOO'J and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 28 April 1848

Vara Crakasr. Maroslaa for Nartk. TOE TOICE OF THE FIRE. ir J. B1TJRD IiTLO. Turr Kit by tho hcarth-stonc broad and bright Vr'boM bumius linuids.tlircw a cbecrful light On tho frostv calm of the Winter1 night. Ilcr radicnt features wore the gleam Which childhood karm from an ungel dream .And her bright hair stirred in the flickering beam. Those tresses soft to his lips were pressed Her head was leaned on his happy breast And the throb of tho bosom bis eoul expressed; And even a gentle murmur came From tho clear bright heart of the wavering flame Like the faltering thrill of a worshipped name. He kissed heron the warm white brow And told her in fonder vurds the low He whispered under the moonlit bough : And o'er them a steady radiance came From the shining heart of the mountain flame lake a lore that burns through life the same. The maiden smiled through her joy .dimmed eyes. As he led her spirit to sunnier slues Whoso cloudless light on the future lies And a moment paused the langhi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 5 May 1848

fl' Is J THE CIVILIAN AND GALVESTON GAZETTE 7 r A ft IV "t 6 i J 4 av Three Dollar in Mctutcc. $ Br STUART & DURNETT. C.uCUan ana (SnlUtatoit Gnjcttr. Ust'LlI MoNDAVS Wkunesdavs and Fkiuas. TKIIJISU TrJ-wklT. smlf jcnrlr i WrrUlr. ta so 3 MIVKRTIsJlNG Oinuiraone dollar for llic first insertion each subsequent insertion fifty cents. 8 lino makii a winre. A ertieiminu interim once a ne.k $1 per square for each insertion. .tiers on tmiiieiis nCllie office mutt he post pan or they will not be taki-ll out of the post office. CAUUS nrr.faiiib.ial an I ouVr passenjcrt.anif ami.MiiiwmeUurcai.iliilale Tor office ateconsidcred andcli-ireed as adiarlisciiieuls. inrM4rria5e ami nbilnnry notices nl more than three linn in ieaxtli are charged at ail rlitipeiit. THE CIVILIAN. B. STUART. Editor: FKIIIAY MRU. 23 1818. Tlic accounts from the interior represent the pros- pect uf the growing crops as highly promising. The Matagorda Tribune states tliat tlie crops on Caney an J the surrounding count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 5 May 1848

r ) .n.c1 "- THE CIVILIAN. . XL STUART Editor. "WEDNESDAY MAY 3 ISIS. JQ The steam bipfiiirrfoM CapU Crane ar- rived this (Tuesday) morning frum New Orleans with tl e city papers of Sunday. The foreign news will Lc found of much jiitcrot. In commercial affairs tliere is no material change. The news fmm Mexico U Kiiimportnnt. Congress U Joins nothing so far as we can pem-h e promising any great advantage to the public. GALVKiTONAND lUili IUVFJI BAIL KOAD. Wc have been rcque.-ted togiienoticcthatamcct- ing of citizen will lw licM at tlic Trcmont House en Iriiliiy evening 5th hi-t. at 7 o'clock for the purpose of adopting suitable incisures to further the eon-truc-titm of a Tall Road from GalvcttonUiy to KcdKivcr in accordance with the provisions of tlc charter grant- cl liy the Ijcgi$latcrcnt its last session. The success or this underrating would confer Im- mense Itfncfits upon this city. Of the practicability cf the work by the proper Application of the means which it is possible to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 5 May 1848

p I4 I mjt i&iteiUnn anp &HU&&tm &.?? . t t ltcacc. h i 1 F1UDAY MAY 5 1&1S. FROM THE RIO GRANDE. Thcschr.Adelinej Capt. Culler arrived on tlie 3d in fifty hours from the mouth ot theUio.Grondc. She bring uo new of particular interest. Tbc Rio Grande is Tcry high hating overflowed the ban..! in some places where the land is low. The crops or corn upou the river are very fine mostly in tasscL Business dull Mataraoro glutted Vith sod and no salts. The Mexicans on the Rio Grande dKipprove the treaty and do not U-lierotlut it will be ratified by their Government. A party of jome ten or twelve American and Mex- ican united was recently formed in MaUmoro? to go out upon the road and rob a private train of wag- ons belonging to American traders and bound for Ca- luargo. Their plans were discovered and some four or five of the roMfcrs arrested and thrown into pn son where they now remain. The rains appear to have been general throughout thistate and wc continue to he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 5 May 1848

ft u For I he Cieilian. TIIE ROSE TREE riicr? Irothcr a beautiful rose bos just UooruM All frwli on my favorite tree ; Mark how the air all around u pcrfumM Ob ! pluck it ami wear it Tor luc. Xo Sister 111 touch not the dedicate flower ; I'll crush not its tlegaut Rum ; Let it smile on our walls auiU sunshine and shower Let it still our pathway perfume. That lovliest flower on its stem e'er it fade" Shall picture a sifter's truchne; As the rose among flowers so thou among maids The swectoft and ilearcct shall prove. And thou sister dear like the flow cr on that tree On thy brother" lone Uwra shall rest ; 'ilid borrows and joys I will take care of thec Asa lKMutiful rose on my breast. liRAZORli April J6. rtaaa.a THE AI'ttMiTIOXMEXTOF SENATORS AXD HEIT.ESKNTATIVES in tlic ncit LepMaturc ac- conlmg to the law adopted bv the list is as follows. The Scu.itnri.ll Districts are numbered composed of the counties and embrace the number of electors named below: No 1. Howie Cass and Titu. 1177...

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