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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 27 January 1849

$s8. : oils' 'I sST i S fiS3 -JiM i i rest: &f'hnt-&3r t A. rS-r &BEs2g& ferisSa 'Sis mm n ss&s &&-- -s- iiws esaiag w& -'(fv -,"wwfec-'.r- - , vhkhk jaeoa! ife S.L ... -lBEy- 13?s5S b jar -Ha life r. !Kt...;.m t:-rMET-.VM- - .. r HKO&.'vO.i 3e 5i3i -" r -J r 118 S t fr? SIB BIllS w .T- MiT - .aEKt t33?!!?i5B . j1 i tsi -r&, Wi5 "iPsiPli - r 2 . !S " - -- mmm& igmsHSFri -P ' - - ?rtl5Sl -. -:Ey32lSZ i75 t" - mw4i..4.JgssgS Mmt,) has taken the disease, and o a smc citie'l! " Srhis leads us to believe tliat the disease was imbibed jefoie coming here, and was aggravated by tlie ex- ;.,ir,-T;.,T nf tiio -wrn.Tfhpr nnd the exnosed Condition of the soldiers. Under these circumstances. Ilve may enjoy the hope that as there has not yet been , case oi unoieia uuiuug " wmuw. niv - ; utirely escape." ROME. The Pope's Escape from his Capital in the "nnr n- a Sptint. The following account . ,,. -J U Vide Ji- -n U" ' -" -- " .. . feSf thn P.mp'c flio-ht...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 27 January 1849

8 -.-sT3H tsssa' m if "s PWS !&!. &f .CAPT. IIIGHSA ITU'S KHrOUT, Of his Expedition for the c.vplotaliun of a Rovtc to Presidio del Rio Grande and Pcxto del Korlc. San A n ton 10, Dec. 15 1SJS. Col. P. Haxsbuougii Bell. Com'd'jr Frontier. Sir: Pursuant to your older, dated 22d August. 1S4S, in referencn to a survey nud examination of a route from San Antonio to El Paso and the Piesidio of the Rio Grande, on the 5ih of Sept. last, I marched from the Llano Station with 35 men of my command, with 2d Lieut. Williams to a-sist me, Dr. Baiton as surgeon, and my interpreter, John Conner. Under the general direction of Col. J. C. Hays, who had been designated to conduct" the expedition1, 1 pro ceeded with him to the head of the Llano ; thence to , the Nueces river, and d.nvn it to a point below an old abandoned Mission ; thence, across to the head spiing of the Las Moras, a tributary of the Rio Giande. From this point we proceeded "in a north-westward di- rection, crossing scwral ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 3 February 1849

S?ir r- f v v w-'-1"-' " "" -j- iv,.i!ijmurMi!eLJ lij ki-. ijLUHw::,ia.nmHi.,,ia..;l,tMKiMf-Mi YOL. I. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1849. NO. 2. ' eJ--P- 8pii51 JIL VA iv.iy.aa THE TEXAS DEMOCKAT, Will be published every Saturday by W. H. CUSHNEY. tu tpyi? nr.TfinAT will bo continued until the arrange ment in progress shall have been completed to issue the TEXAS j STATE UAZbl lfci. it will men giepiacu iu iu.h. jiajici. - The Democrat will be sent to all those who have paid their sub- scriptions in advance until the engagements of the former publishers shall have been fulfilled. . Those who subscribe to the State Gazette, will be furnished with the Democrat until the new paper is commenced; and charged at the rate of $4 per vear for the time they receive it. All letters to the" publisher must be Post Paid or they wil. not be taken from the office. are now on duty in that department. The battalion of the 3d is under orders for the Ninth Department, and will be advanced to the Paso d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 3 February 1849

UAUZi-LL- S3XS3S 4 9- y T -afa53j IMMIGRANTS IN IS 17 MS. The .Washington correspondent of the Courier and Ennuirar o-ives'the following abstract of a return re cently made to Congress, 'by the Secretary of State, of the number or passengers. w:o am veu m mu umu States during the twelve months ending September 30, 1848. TluT apparent aggregate is 229.4S3. But as some of the poits did not make full returns New Or- leans, for example, is deficient the last six months the real nrorerate is nrobablv about a quarter of a mil lion, of which" number 160.991 arrived at the port of New York alone, being about seventy per cent, of the whole number returned. The proportion in which they arrived at the differ- ent ports, is shown bv the following table : . Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, ' New York, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Xorth Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia. " Louisiana, Florida, Texas, THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT, 4fc Males. Females. Total. 3,5S)...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 3 February 1849

SSESSSHDSSSBEEKXStKSaSESSEEES n2XErz2iis 65j.rs.r--,tAr&gu EC.- l.-.S'A'-t--i. ... -uj-t -vgj-s at all hazards any attempt on the part of Congress to interfere with slavery in the territories of the Union either North or South of 36 deg. 30 minutes. 7th. Resolved, That the only course of safety for the South at the termination of the last session of Con- gress was to have opposed the organization of the Territorial Government established in Oregon and that we cordially approve of the vole of our immediate Representative against the Bill. 8th. Resolved', That the State of Texas claims to herself the right to settle and determine for herself her own boundaries and that she will when necessary exer- cise that right at all hazards, and against all parties. 9th. Resolved, That her title to that portion of what was formerly the Department of New Mexico lying this" side of the Rio Grande she carved out with the sword and that with the sword she will maintain it- should the necessity be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 3 February 1849

t: Ui TMiiwta- B.iffgM'Ty-XsatomkACSg ' APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT, By and with the advice and consent of the Senate. Joseph Lane, of Indiana, Governor of Oregon, in place of James Shields, declined. Charles McVean, Attorney of ilie United States for the Southern District of New York, in the place of Benjamin F. Bmler, removed. Pierre Anuste Bertrand, Melter and Refiner of the Branch Minf at New Orleans, in the place of John L. Riddle, removed. . O. O. Pratt nf Illinois, to be an Associate Justice ol the Supreme Court of the United States for the Terri- tory of Oregon, in the place of "William A. Hall, de- clined. , TT . , John Rayburn to be Marshall of the United States for the Northern District of Mississippi, in the place of Andrew A. Kincannon, deceased. Matthe.w F. llainy, Receiver of Public Moneys at Champasnole, Ark., "in the place of Thomas I. Mnl- holland,"deceased. Attorneys of the United Stales. Andrew K. Blythe, for the Northern District of Mississinni, in the place o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 February 1849

T ZCZz&IZzsf V A v& . A rf HQw k it iL v - . V AUSTIN, Si-TURDAY,3fEBRUARY 10, 1819. VOL I. , NO. '3. iV-rsi.-i:-J.y-' l.vsz jff A er v k i 13 i Sk Ins is -j 11 i Si si' r dfe. w- Igr T.fl-EtfEJ&AS D B-SGXT) JR.A T " Will be'ifc&lEshed every Sa tin-toy by These statistical investigations., however, a fiord no definitive information as' to the peculiar mode in whic'i Cholera transmitted itself from one locality to another, whether by contagion or infection. or.my own part, although doubts may still exist v . -.. I on the suhiect in the minds of mnnv inieilMrent indi- Tho TEXAS DEMOCRAT trill Tie continded until thfe arrange- . , . 7 . nf - - r ... . - , 'd tO 1S-UC tIO 1LAAO .ivAiuito, i -""01 iv.i i no wj m.il unifi tutu wujin mpni5 in Dro?rJ3 stirill harp been complete' qtjtp. RiW'TTP It will lIiph. rh nlaci to tli it paper. - The Democrat will be sent to alfihtp whoMsa paid Their suV . kcriptioDB in advaci antiUhe engagements ottiie tiirmer juuium.. liallbaul)een f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 February 1849

N y7iyTjw-wyMiai.q''V'T,;wwfl-l-i' A'i--'::;AJjjijjVyV',,".IUiL.?-r.''.A-ft.V:.".'fS ANCIENT COMMERCE. The January number of that excellent periodical. Hunt's Merchant's Magazine, contains an interesting and edifying; article upon the history and principles of ancient commerce. The article in question is a lecture by J. W. Gilbart, general maunger of the London and Westminster bank. We were instructed ourselves by the perusal of the article, and as much of the information we obtained, may be as novel to some others, we give our impressions, for the edification of SUCH oi our commercial readers as are curious auoui the- character and condition of commerce, at a time when the Roman Empire embraced in its sway the then known civilized world. With the Romans, as with all the earlier nations, Agriculture was considered an honorable avocation. Commerce was held in low repute, and regarded as degrading. The higher classes worked at the plough whilst commerce was conducted by freedmen, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 February 1849

r T - republican freedom. If these were not ihe exact words, 1 am pretty certain they contain ihe exact meaning of the words used by the firm and virtuous Senator. Immediately after the reading of the address, Mr. Senator Rusk offered the following resolutions as a substitute : T l.v Resolved, That this country look upon the Un- ion of the States as the only safe guaranty of repubh- ciuij constitutional liberty. 2. Resolved, That a strict adhesion to the letter and spirit -of the constitution, and all its compromises3 is our. only safety. m . "3. Mesolved, That it is inconsistent with the broad principle of justice, and a palpable infraction on the spirit of the constitution, to"" exclude by legislative en- actment any portion of the citizens of the United States from a full and equal participation in the benefits of any territory acquired by the common blood and trea- sure of all the States. 4. Resolved, That in our capacity of Representa- tives we would freely resist all attempts ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 10 February 1849

! jfz ?v-ir.v-" y? ,?v ? " 7r 7 r 3ssxTisgs34r: The QTtjeen '6p England's Pedigree The governments of, Europe;iUiikes-a great parade and won- derful display ot .pomposity .in -relation .to .reiguiug! houses. Franceliasit's house of Bourbon. Prussia thai, ofJBrandenburgh, Austria thatof Hapsburg,and England after trying a number of dynasties, has for two hun- dred years been ruled by the House of Hanover, rep- resentedby a race of Guelphs. 'I hese Guelphs. where- of Victoria Coburg is the most fortunate representative, have been a long time on the way. They may be tracedback to the time of Charlemagne, as the silory as related -to us by a mysterious veieu mnstahe, In a gloomy tavern at Osnabrick, thus : 'Tn theyeaf 800, Ironbrand, Count of Altorf,sawan old woman who had three children at a birth, and think- iugthisunnatural, hecalled her. an ndnltress. Thcold woman in her anger retaliated, praying that the Count- ess -Irme lit rat might have as many at a birth as there are months' in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 17 February 1849

-s? cS S )L illy 23 &&&' eaesssasss y - - .i- wgp - - -if.- e.' fyj--- ji.il if g "ni'J.L, 'SSSSS i J .i.."- - 1frit3-.yRAl VOL I. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, .FJSIiRUARV 17, IS 19. NO. 4. gUP?yy ' SSaSgggiiaWiS' . .Ur i 'J W1JV.UW1 l-IJJ.J'.J.- THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT, "Will be puV.isncd every Saturday by W. H. CUSHNEY. -. j The TEXAS DCUOCRVT vill lie rontjnueiri.ntil the pr71" mrnti in proire hali Jnvp.lwon ciimp'.en'd rt i--ue tho 1 I.XAb STATE GaZI" FTC. It will thon znoplaco to tint paper. The- Demncntt will be ci-nt to all li- li' lino pai.l ilier -ub-nrriptions in a.lvnnr.. until the onSase.-ncnts of the former publisher- shall have lt'fJifn!fi:lol. ., Tho, who nWrilii to :1 e State Gizetic. will be furnished will, the Domocrit until the new pnper is i-.o.ii'nc!U-el; ami charged a! thsraicnf $4 per vonrforlho time thev roreive it. All Wtlcr " the publisher must be Post P.iid or tliry wil. not be lalicii from the oifiec. i -Ata-S5V;- ATTTi?PTicrvrj . - -filL f Lii.1 I Jjjli."' T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 17 February 1849

O v-r "'jr X -.;T-".-j'mg?g;gS?rii.,Lt A1. L of the Union, and whi'e the treaty making power is j sonic river separating tlie iwo.ioptiblic?, and that the from its very nature, wholly iuapplicaMejlo it, the'eon-! resolutions, of anucxalion had authorized the United stitiuion has invested the Congress, "the .legislature of I Slates to determine' all ''questions of navigation," can the Union, with no power to legislate upon the subject Nor da the resolutions of annexation concede such a power, even were it legitimate to look to such a source for the derivation and origin of legislative authority. 'IfhiT "RitRr.tvo bu not the western boundary of Texas, then she has no western boundary, and any one imaginable line might be indicated as well as any oihers-And-jf Gm gross may. assume to exercise a power conceded and belonging, to the treaty making authorities of the Union, Texas is liable to beicdnced "to the smallest conceivable dimensions. It is in vain to sav that Mexico refused to tre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 17 February 1849

e j - IM 'i?hcl'o!iovinp:'i3 nn,extra.ct from n Jeitcr fronf a ! " THE-YANKEEs -IN YUCATAN.- gentleman orKeXv OrlVon'his-y-to California. The NcufOrlenns papers coritaitrnccoiiiits nf seve- wriiten at Panama ' Jan. olh : ral encraorements-in Yucatan,- in most of which the I wrote von off -the port of -Ghnjrres, tinder -date of volunteers from the IT. States and the Indians appear the 27rh nit. -Trifc folloWm.crdav wc landed, and alter fn hn ihft onlv hcli?erunts. ihonvrh wo suppose the so much dTfficultv. succeeded" m obtaining bents lo con- cailcd whilcs'of Yiicamn must have taken part with s and nights accompiisnin? a distance ?N'CW Orleans, iuvmsnes tne miiou'iiu? parucuiais . mites ac-amst a strong current. Part of j Qn the 2dih nit., a portion of Co!. While's regiment, asse&the nisrht ixi the canoes, and Me under command of Lienr. Col. bancon, encountcr- vcy ns np the river to the small town of Grucy were three da of onlv f Kin y the time -we n balance on land, sheltered by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 17 February 1849

T?r2TT-' -X - - rTrr-v. -i. j 737" LOST The conditional Head-right certificate of Hiram B. Hill, for C40-acrps of Iand.datc and No. not recollected, isucd by the Board of Land Commissioners for Austin County 'It" not heard nf within sixtVKlays fiom date, J willl Tipply to the i mpcr authority for B duplicate. ' HENRY MURDUFF. Feb. 3, 1849. 9w2 LOST The Head-Right CoitificatP of Snitiiic I Crook's, fur one- third tif a league, No. f70, is-ttcd liy the Hoard or Land Com- ttitssioiiprs for Hnrrisburg County, (now Haiiis,) dated August 3d 1833 ; if not hoatd of within sixty days fiom date, I will apply to th pmper authority for a duplicate. 1. I. BAlLbi. Jan. 23th. 1819. "wl 1 OST. I have lost ilie Head-right Certificate issued to Noul Cheek, lv the Board of Land Commissioners for Travis rountv No 9G. dated August 1341; ah", the Head-right Ceniliraie of Syl roster Cheek, No. 102, same date, and issued hy the same Board -if rot heard from within the time prescribed hy law, I -dial! applv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 February 1849

& 7 - T5C" I II iH I in-yiiTT-JVMTIBnn-.W7fi'Sili'- rrVTr3rTl,.,!l'"..Sg3 zsesseehk AUSTIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1849. YOL NO. 5. y .1 :" i- 'a- -u-hTWi'.W,.iivi; .J .-.y. - w.a.r.-.i .-y.-J ,aAaaaa.gfegaOSiJlfa A.tfgagSB afwiy.v.ij.iJiri'JLJ.;jljuSLi3jtH.-1ustuiVvygaaa .ii.'i-i-wu;jgawuwt'.a THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT, WiU be published every Saturday by - WH. CUSHNEY. The TEXAS DEMOCRAT- wilLTie continued until the arrange- , rnontsin progress shall have been completed 10 issue uie xao STATE GAZETTE. It will ihec give place to that paper. Tho Democrat will be sent to all those who have paid their Sub- criptions in advance until the engagements of the former publishers hall have been fulfilled. Those who subscribe o the State Gazette, will be furnished with the Democrat until the new paper is commenced; and charged at tho rate of $4 per year for the time they receiveit. All Jetter to the publisher must be JPosl Paid or they wil. not be t.Vn from the office. could be kept in repair and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 February 1849

s m . l l .waim ..VT yMMA'rirrr ":wa.:.rcnri .--i .1 i.-m-v jl -"J - ---! $& . uM-ju-sjmitMr-mwrnrrsr: THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. AUSTIN, SATURDAY, FEB. 24, 1S49. We are authorised to state that Henry E. Mc- Culloch has been appointed Notary Public for Travis County. The Hon. David Gage has resigned as Senator of the fourth Senatorial district of the State. Gen. Harney-arrived in town from San Antonio on the evening of the IStli inst. We understand he will make Austin his headquai ters. A party was to leave "DeWitt county this week, by the overland route through Texas, for California. Saluria, it is said, has been selected by the Govern- ment as a depot for coal. A private soldier, of Company F. 1st U. S. Infantry, who was drowned in the Colorado river at this place, on the 15th December last, was found some three Smiles below on the 21st inst., very little decayed, hav- ' irig been under water two months and seven days. The town of New Braunfels is said to be rapidly improving. It is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 February 1849

MIIW.I.1J.I.J1.F....! m i-rwg', " " gWBCff3STBfaWfft?,?r auaLLaacaaaamnvif jw,wy-iv'g,ia8fa3ia3Lja'-",Tft lTTlllf': a 3 ing at from one to two dollars per cwt. From Wash ington 100 miles at oue dollar per cwt. fcrom rort Lavacaor Indian Point in a direct linellO or through the settlements on the San Marcos and Guadalupe MO miles at from 75 cents to $1 50 per cwt. Thu differ- ence in distance between Indian Point and Lavaca does not affect these prices. A demand for transporta- tion would produce competition and reduce present rales. It isan axiom in political economy, that the de- mand produces the supply, which will be verified in this instance, for there is no section of Texas, where, if a market were established, a better supply of hor- ses, mules, and draught cattle could be obtained, at exceedingly low prices. Commerce, attracted by su- perior advantages, will seek this as the best market for all those supplies,' which are essential to the comfort, and fcrra theputfit of the tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 24 February 1849

----j-'- ;wi-i-'TrMLUMi.ii,1.; Z&OH&iZ&l.'.i.-. tZHWJW-n I LOST The conditional Head-right certificate of Hiram B. Hill, for 640 acres of land.dale and No. not recollected, issued by the Board of Land Commissioners for Austin County. If not hoard of within sixty days from date, I willl apply lV,' vmnrtp a duplicate. HLMli MURDOrF. Feb. 3, 1849. 9w2 LOST The Head-Right Certificate of Samuel Crooks, for one- tbird of a league, No. 670, issued by the Board of Land Com- missioners for Harrisburg County, (now Harris,) dated August 3d, -1838 ; if not heard of. within sixty days trom uaie, i win appiy io iue proper authority for a duplicate. 'Jan. 28th, 1849. T. T. BAILEY. Owl f OST. I have lost the Head-right Certificate issued to Noah - j Cheek, by the Board of Land Commissioners for Travis county, No. 96, dated August IS41 ; also, the Head-right Certificate of Syl- vester Cheek, No. 102, same date, and issued by the same Board ; if not heard from within the time prescribed b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 3 March 1849

- ,W ", T St- 'm"" n IL x "g-gSZgi JW ATJ-A-., IMM.', .-".' !,'., li'LWJ'r.'Ifl'iW.W- i.-MA'H,' '"Kaj" Vll'l-riHr:.ll'yAJl-S-.Art,.,'.',..l.r. '..!,'.-''' -"'-mh-i-j fJ.,.i.nf.-ti-J-..jam jw.t.,:-j.mr.igi:ux; V0L.I AUSTIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1849. NO. 6. Ik iff .1 fig 11 fPHf IT IiUirliiii-'-',HMW'1i"Mii'y'-.J'i1Wi'.WViJ . THE TEIAS DEMOCRAT,- Will be published every Saturday by W. H. CUSHNEY. . V - . The TEXAS .DEMOCRAT will be continued until the arrange- ments in prore?.- shall have been completed to issue the TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. It will then give place to that paper. The Democrat will be sent to all those who hive paid their sub- scriptions in advance until the engagements of the former publishers shall have been fulfilled. . Those who subscribe to the Stale Gazette,1 will bo furnished w lib the Democrat until the new paper is comnffcneed; -and char ged at the rate of $4 per year for the time they receive it. All letters to the publisher must be Post Paid or they wil. not be ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 3 March 1849

V m i ii' r7fiff"t-'--M'-?y!5iJaairT,ic,TT THE TEXAvS DEMOCRAT. -l-'UI-lrf .'1,-M Jg AUSTIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 3; IS 19. 3 We are requested to state for the information of all concerned, that the California Company now or- ganizing in this County, will positively leave for El Paso on Hie loth inst. We are indebted to our friends for several interest- ing communications, which we have laid by for inser- tion in our new paper. We request a continuance of their favors. We are looking for the arrival of our large press and new material every day, when we shall be toiler prepared to do justice to our correspondents. We learn from the Telegraph, that the new road from Houston to Austin, leading by Bellville in Aus- tin County, and the Round Top House in Fayette County, will soon be opened. This road, it is said, will be about thirty miles nearer than the old route by San Felipe and La Grange or that by Washington and La Grange. A train of wagons arrived here on Tuesday, from Port La Yaca, l...

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