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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 June 1851

t-iM IWV V-3-7 .. lie foateKi&ii& &&TeSfite ' IAU MM? iO.DT.Mli 1'OKT .NATURAL UlalOP.Y OF Tilt; SAB- :iii Amb ."m-r. raiiWeil Willi HA I'll. Tlie Mlon-in jn-i view of ilio d.ili- rat; ah There was mosi'estniordiuary uieuiury. It wassutlieicul for oi'rrTto near au ode however Ion j recited but 'ouce for him to be able to reiieat it as the author hiitiscif. lie had in bis service two persons who also posessed this facu ty iu n de- gree almost as reiUHrkabie as himself. One ol bit inamelukes could repeal without hesitation poem be bad heard twice; aud oue of his slaves could repeat with the same fachit; ver- se he had heard three times. Wheu a poet presented himself at the palace nd solicited to offer his homage to the throne aud to give proof of bis taleuts the king was la the habit of promising that if he found their Verses new aud the composition wholly origi- nal lie would recoimeue their author by giv- ids him the weight of the inauti'cript in g'U- ..-.. ..i rr i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 June 1851

;ts?: y ". S? rrj n um mia $ii$ mam mirmL&M Xtttt (f VccUIom In the Supreme Court at Gmlreston January Term 1851. John D. Weight. Appellant ) t. MOArrT.WBicnTilppfff. ) la a former action between these parties for divorce the appellant had been ordered to pay the appellee during the pendency or the suit. Ibr her separate mpport the sum ul two hundred and filty dollars annually pa able in quarterly instalments. The suit was afterward dismissed and at its dismissal three of the instalments vv ere un- paid. Some months subsequently executions were issued for their collectionand the ap- pellant pra s for an injunction to restrain fur- ther proceedings on said execution. By the decree of the District Court the executions were ordered to be cancelled. An injunction which had been issued to restrain proceedings under the order lor alimony was dissolved and execution was ordered to isnc for the whole amount of alimony due and unpaid. The principal question is whether nn exe- cution can ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 June 1851

s-? r 4 r GALVESTON GAZETTE. THE CIVILIAN i --" Ve- AND !) I 6 n JS Tkrte Dollars Jm Adrmncc J Bv H. STUAIIT. gnpitrnncr. LIFE INSURANCE. SECURITY TOTHE WIDOW AND ORPHAN T proctic T LIFE ISSVRlSCEin fli y ro-r ...iiw MiNMiTfAK L1FK INMUUNi'Krn.orihrritr X tNw Yor.wlUiCh capital of tjl&yw beiMe ihe moaat.rveIl insurant atun-iy i iautoiy we-fcThi-ltit 'ahlUheil in ialvatn a teaerai Aseac "Hit. fWTexaa i prepare! tiilitiriifefperiij luTria a. Ida mLUrorll inn tQth inaorett. TV-. iin laaiM amiuirlieiL hr iis clurter.io make lBjirc reUu l.f "nneul wlili Uf LUkj aUau bj Trallia ""J '""" ecideia -Inr Inf Lite f t pne w nrtviit aeare n.l Hi framing anl iurchasic f an It la IliB ii"rf j in inwwiipaiiv pujj m tan but tb participate ia U tbe pruftia illioui incurring1 .i nliiailiilli. TlTli Coup"? oiler upon l'ie wut principle! Iiiiure Ik. Iaeliea 1 lnliIJle. fnu of wore jra or ( r id. For Jttlat ll tk miwni parable at th dajth of ? ".iMi .rrl.1i.blrivtl.rprtnti anJ start Inurnpj. . i.iM.r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 June 1851

I (i at.fc.fc . Xv.VV.A.tv imm jtwk&kaKq n. stcart naitor. GALVESTON' 1CE5UAY JUNE 17 1631. r . Fur Congress. 3 We are nutUorltvJ 10 anounee Capt. G. K. LEWIS h a cauc.dt-.ei tu represent the Western Congressional iMtricts in the Congress ot lbs United btatei. CJ We re natboriied to annnurce II. N. POI- Tfifi Esq. of this cite as a latidid ite to rep reseat the Weattrn DUtrictuf this State in Congress. fC3 "e ? requested to a.inuancs Colon! V. . HOWARD asn cuuhdaie Tor re-election tu repre- etnt the secoad Co-igro;i in ! District of this State in the Omgrtss cf the Uni.ed Status. 3" We aro authorized to announce Gen. HUGH McLfcOD.ns a candid ite to represent the Western Congressional District ofTcxas in Congress. Tor ttirernor. JC We are authorized to announce Gen ml T. J. CHAMBERS as r candid-tie fur the office of Gorer? nor cf the State; it tid to say that he will thortly give his views upon such topics t.f public interest as he ma? consider most important to the peoplu. ?T3 W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 June 1851

s 33t &imimn mm i6&eiU - THE BOY AND THE MICKOSCAPE There was a little buy who spent a good deal of bis time and really seemed to fiuJ pleasure in torturing and killing poor little flics. He would pull off their feet and tlieir wing. and seemed delighted whcti tie raw theireuorls to es- cape. Sometimes lie would collect n gre.il cumber of tliem and then destroy tliein all at once. His father tried to break liitu of this dreadful propensity; but he seemed to haic no idea that theycould sutler or that they had a right to life or liberty. So the child continued idle and cruel and determined to torture the ' poor flies as much as cter. At leiitrib his fathir one day too! a micros CO" and told hi sou to look.iiii'iitiicly l!iro;i"h it and o!wn c what he would Miow him. "See" said lii fatlrbr "how beaiitilull) ciued with b'ack and white and all covered with dc- lnc sill the cyos surrounded with a fine Or- el; of sihcrh.iir. Du jott pereeiie ihe little body is formed m two pirt. ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 June 1851

T ' $ &mili&t &n&'4S&$u$ aVKClttlOA OF THE SUPBEHIE COURT. Jake Wats J&xtfx of Jamfs TVflls drc'dt Appellant vs. Joshu a Tairbaxe ApptlUe Froia. Harris County This suit tru brought by the appellee ngainst tb appellant ns ndimnis.r.itrii of J nines Wells decM upon nn ncciuint for work nni labor al- leged to hare been lone by the plaintiff fur the defendant1 inteUte. The answer euiSntces a general demurrer a general denial an J plen of payment ullejring in goncrnl terms ihxt the debt hud been ' paid off anJ discharged.11 At the tri.il the defendant offered to rend in TiJence the deposition of a witness to tlie f GVtr that both the parties to the contract of hiring the ptnintiffand the defendants intccUte had tated to the vimes nt n time subsequent to that of the alleged ...debicdi.L'ss and in refer- ence to the alleged ground of indehtcdncM thot they hud had n settlement and that Wells tho itltcftate owed be plaintiff fifty dollars. This cridence was uljected t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 July 1851

sw. THE CIVILIAN AND GALVES TON GAZETTE. BiV I 15 K' ST IT W iA n Three Dollars ) Mm Mvancc. $ Br H. STUART. insurance. LIFE INSURANCE. SECURITY TOTHE WIDOW AND ORPHAN. Tk prmtUc ff LIFE th'SCRANCE i ajr country in- im9fl mrmaatiy trSttrt inoraijttunfuxa torn MjMmc MW."-Jfnitn jours. TiHK -UNHATTAN UFK INSURANi'K CO.of lU CHy . ofrlc Yk.wliHachpiit of .tX-JCn biidH ill BiwniNt recti! ' laMniK.ircurljr iil Urttrabl liir- ttu Mla wUDiiMirtt in uitiawn t Kerrai Axcacv one lai'fuui tat' prirwl 10 tuauriearpefmiii In Test nth reanlo"tliennlo tfar Iniured. TkM limtl"B I ! auilinriifsl by us chanr(io mik mtmrf lasMraac rrtati lur e.tnunclol wuh Life KUW Kit. bTr'IHiBl tn tccittfiUtlnrla? Ui f.r one yartnratrH f nnanl th fnntin anil tnrchiits of Hit. Tb ininrcil In tbicoutpanr an ikh out mri In fewt thtf prtlcipu in ll the profits nifatm otartlu yinmal rapabtltiy. . Till CowpAiiy oJ. upon thtJMluiI principle to insure lai. Tkell of tatlmtliMle forn. or tttt nor f r li. .... tM JOtm IIVfA IM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 July 1851

irj9CT-" - -R jnekb Tia-S H. STUART. Editor GALVESTON TUESDAY JULY 15 1851. For Congress. JES" We are nuthorieed to nnounce Curt. 0. K LKW1S as a caudidate to represent the Western uongressional Ihstncts m tbe Congress or the United States. JtJ- We are authorized to announce II. N. POT- TED Esq. of this city as u candidate to represent the Western District of this State in Congress. JT3" We are requested to announce Colonel V. E. HOWARD as a candidate for re-election to repre- sent the second Congressional District of this State in the Congress of the United States. JCy We are authorized to announce Gen. HUGH McLEOD as a candidate to represent the Western Congressional District of Texas in Congress. For Gorernor. Jt We are authorized to announce General T. J. CHAMBERS as a candidate Tor the office or Gover- nor of the State. ECS- We are authorized to announce lion. E. M. PEASE cs a candidate for the office of Governor of the State of Texas. For Lieutenant Gorernor. H3" We ere author...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 July 1851

75 - fit- Site igimli&n mi$ tS&xsiis X Am litTERESTINQ IKCIDENT. The Oilier JaV in coot-enauon with Altst Dix the Fliilatuliro- pitt daniig her isit to Greenville a lad) said lo her: "Are jou not afraid to travel all uicr the country alone aud l.ae jou not encounter' diUtig.nuIrMBinrerilouMi lam naturally timid" said J1iDi "audi have been in my travels through the diili-rcm EtfttPJL in lltfrilnn. .ifitnlinn T i .11 mciiiinn rates in perilous situations. I will mcimou one which occurred iu the Slate of Michi-pn I bad hired a carnage and drner to com c) me some distance through an uiin.lnbitcd portion of the country. In starting 1 di-coiiril tint tbe driver a jonng lad. Ind n ir til i.i-iul-with him. Enquiring what he a-lUm.; with arms be said be carried them 10 protect u a Kv had heard that robherns Ind been commu ted ou our road. I aid to him gnu inn tli pistol I will take care of them. He did reluctantly. In pursuing our journty through a dimil Woking foat a ninu rushed int...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 15 July 1851

SJSj-s- ?&' Ks fe? Ltmili&n &W& Q&zi$ w r (Concluded frtm Irt par-) If it were admittd which however it is not that it was competent for the Court to put tales to the jury otter they had heard the evidence in all reason those issues should be pertinent to the matter put in controversy by the pleadings and the Court would not be au- thorised by enlarging them or by putting new ones broad enough to admit evidence that could not have been received under the issue ns formed by the parties themselves. Thesci-cmh and eighth of the Judges' issues go to the disability of the plaintiff to sue and we have already said that this could only be set up by a plea in abatement or in bar. Nothing but these two lost iauoi could have a Horded any pretences lor the admission ol Col. Morgan a testimony; they being illcpal his testimony was improjwrly received. Any verdict found under evidence so illegally received under a false issue would be bad as not responsive to the issue the ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 22 July 1851

tt - CIVILIAN (WEEKLY-FOK THE COUNTRY.)' . Three Copies For Eight dollars. MKftrs "I . C AMU ft. A T 17 LWIVW -CA7PTTP A-W l I mi Ba"irli' w r-W. jS7 J I I at Bit IJL1 1JL7 'I n IJ f IBjx; I i F 1 1 :vJI iTLZjJIJi JL JLU VS i n. 'r i '-! -'-'. .. w Ka w-rC h. f K? -K i. rr t-. r sssiilis ; SB f - .smr 2. fcs. W B. " 'j-aa Br H. STUART. Insuranccr LIFE INSURANCE. SECSSITY TOTHE WIDOW AND ORPHAN. "lit atssskiBi m r.rsv. tvsnniS'CE U . cn(ra fr- awJn ailjrt krk .ural ftilimrajtd tomx WwU jansea jona. TB sUHIUTTarl UFS INMJUANrK CO.M thCltr .faawT'trt.vliaaca.b.uplul or 6KHbriJn U.t I lor lBinimnrtt4Curlj Mil liirabl; luvrs- s ut-fcaiUl siasllinril ib GalfMioa a jenfdl Ascj ffic MTimHMpnprwu loser llraa. of pfciani IiiTssl. baarattla tartu to U.f iuoreil. Ttws iMllunkHi U ttM aotborlSfO tr-us chnrt nuke Iwanaca ffiiutt ioor cnnn'tiia wun uw i.isn twTvavftlliac.BBil from accurals Innaf Lll.fr one artavaaf;earaaad the f ranilaf attil r-archajiwc uf L IraiBSarau l mil tunipani t u uissj "n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 22 July 1851

JEWt "JJ-- vegf &W& TVW& B. ST0ART. Editor GALVESTON TUESDAY JOLT 22 1851. For Congress. KjT We are nutboriced to anoonec Opt. G. K. LEWIS as a caudiilate to represent the Western Congressional Districts in the Congress cf the United Stares. I 213 We are anthorized to Announce II. N. POT- TUB Esq. or tliis citr as a candidate to represent Um Western District uf this State in Congress. fQ- We ore requested to announce Colonel V. E. HOWARD as a candidate Tor re election to repre- sent the second Congressional District or this State in the Congress of the United Slates. JCJ We ue anthorized to announce Gen. HUGH McLKOD as a candidate to represent the Western Congressional District ofTexas in Congress. For Corernar. $T3" We are anthorized to announce General T. J. CilAMBEKS as a candidate fur tlic office of Goier- nor of the State. rrv We ere authorized to announce Hon. EIL PEASE as candidate for the office of Governor of the State ofTexas. For Lieutenant Gortrtmr. JQ" We ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 22 July 1851

;5jpv''M Hi-- ..'jr-. -'i-r- - llJf ' '? . 4 cs ; ass .iv . -V--''i"rl K r 'I OONMCTICUX FOREVEtt. Wo have S atory'to tell 'and must tell it and must tell it ib oai own way. The readef will please not bother ' with any questions. A few days ago a Connecticut broom ped- lar a ahrewd chap from over amongst the stca-jj-Babiu and wooden clocks and schoolmasters and other fixings drove through our streets aWavllT laden with corn brooms. lie had called mt several stores and offered bis load or ever so a portion of it but when he told them tfcU.1 he wanted cash and nothing else in nay- awnt they had uniformly given him to lnulcr- atand that they had got brooms enough and that he might go further. At leutrth he Jroic Tip to a large wholesale establishment on the West aide and not Jar from the JSridge and see more offered his "wares." "Well" said the merchant "I waur the brooms badly caoogb but what will you take in pay?" AUia was a poser. j.ue peutar was aciung to jet rid of his brooms but ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 22 July 1851

swawasc r fw? AF . - sci VSJKkX-? a 1. tv jumL -- i r fijajj i' vihb (OSTSiiXi TO THE EAGLE. Kid of tie braid and sweeping wing Thy horn it high in heaven lYben wide the storms their banners fling And the temped clouds are driren Thy throne i on the mountain' top ; Iky Eekls the boandlets air ; . . And boery peaks thatprtradly prop The allies thy dwelling are. Thou ritteat like a thing or light Amid the noon-tide bluet Ike midway mo it dear and bright; Iteannotdim thy gate. y Idt piniont to the raahing blast. O'er the bursting billowa spread Wbtra tha Teasel plunges hurry put Like an angel of the dead. Tkou art perched aloft on the beetling crag And the ware are white below And on with a haste that cannot lag Ibej nah in an endleaa flow. 'Again tboa hut planted thy wing for flight 50 landi beyond the eea And away like a spirit wreathed in light " Xhoahnrrieit wild and fite. Tboa barriett over the myriad wares And thou learest them all behind ; Tboa eweepest that place of unknown gra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 29 July 1851

SX&-& 3. J-M GALVESTON GAZETTE. mm civjlia HLJt1WBKt1 -LLJ . JS ij.'jj 'jm'i" -izjirr1 ( WE lEBLL Y FOR TI BE COUNTRY.) Three Copies rot. I'Jghl Hollars. jnkree Dollars ) Mm Advance. S GALVESTON TUESDAY JULY 29 1S51; VOLUME XIII. N- AND Br H. ST U ART. .a s tSfUilian tiua GMlbrntou ajcttc. Tlvlllll AMiUrrltlr. linlf Trarli iu mlrnncf S Oil UrrklT. lo. .1 IIO ADVERTISING Oiaaaiiv. On IrolUr fwilif Brn llVer frMttwh ulumuFiil initmliHt tifiv Onta hiiht lllirt itukr AMMure. AilvenUfniefcU Insetted once a nefk.Oue IMUr prr qttralorfachiiumlna CAKJls Of (Mu.botnilctlirD5Jticpr an I Anununre nfluf Candidate! for OlSrc art? cuiui if red uI charfrO a adttKitotn IIarU8 oiOMtnarx notWsof more than 3 linen In lrntb m cmiytxi n aaeru.iTtm. XItenoa buttons wfihecfrire n uelbeponpilil or lli't trill ooi be tw out i me r t wwe i JficOttire. The rcccrt tri il rt the Belgian Count Bocarme for the murder of his brother-in-law ha teen the means or maUn Lnuwn to the public the existence of a ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 29 July 1851

S l- r &h inili&-n auft Q5aHi$ r v H. STOART. Editor. GALVEaTO.V TUESDAY JULY 29 1E51. Frr Congress. JT3 iVe are outhorircd to anouncc Capt. 3. K. LEWIS as a candidate to represent the Western Congressional Ihs'ricts in the Congress of the United States. 3 Yc are authorized to announce H. N. POT- jir.u r.sq oi uu cuy as a canuiuaie 10 rL-juvsi'ui the Western District of this Stato in Congress. H3 We ire requited to announce Colonel Y. E. IlOU AIUas a candidate for re-election to repre- sent the s-econd ConircM nal District of this State in the Congress or the United States. J13- We are nulhoiized to announce Cen HUGH jMcLLOD as n cindidate to represent the Western Congressional DistrUt ..n'eias 111 Congress. Fur Governor. JEJ" We arc authorized to ain.ounce Ccncnl T. J. CM AMIlL'llS as a candidate Tor the oKvC of Gover- nor of the Mate. ECJ We ure authorized to onniuuce Hon. E. M E. JI. 1'EAhE. 1 NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS KAIL KOAIl PItOJECT. A Mi irt lime since we had a publica...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 29 July 1851

tj EM&ttte $&ixt$ SEfosTlH A . Lrv -- AUCTION SAT.K OF FUKNITUKK. WIl.LlrW.t Aticll.tioii ItKIiNkSiiiir thr J'ltl in-l ai 9 t' It It m Hie IMalr II ar.lli.-newt cl Mr. Y.Tr.. ctt I'luircti rl (.pp'tl".' tit Call.t.lral) lit rt.tlrr llct...tittl.l ....1 Klt.rtn Iiiruitiirtur .lit- mil rip.cur;. llrarjinx llm. rttchaa .-.ra. Uiaur UaritroW Ititrr.ti. T.blrj l:.-.1.ir.i. 1-r.tlirr llrda Hltau.t Ila.r Maura Muck. Cokltir irpr anI Frtrnrtrr rtc tic. rawtlie futnfjn rntti Utrrpittt. ap il 1 la rll l call and riiimuoilila Jiiriiilmelifforft parcPMinr. jt b .1 I V.VCH. AiTii-...-rr QuKJf.OATS AXI) nnAX-WMcLt wliiic Corn r.rralt.jr ' ' 1 Mill rl.thh. I JICK 3 llrrrr. prime It Irr In Jlprr an J Icr ..Ir lioap . lri:illMKL nlUKD l'l.UJIS AXll PKUMh-S cti-W n mi. pf"i'irariiflof trriKb ritit.ii.r ralr In ct.iuiir it. -i.il pnich4r9 17 m ii i:i n.v:;h haviiuclai la ajiii.t ral.l r.ul... will prr..tu tlir... .l-h. lit tin..' piricriW l.r aat rr lltrr lll Imi harml ah I all prrecRirilr.1(....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 29 July 1851

t - 0OH3UE&Rc OCK V1E.LACE 8TOBE. BY AEBr ALLXN. Kil yoa ever think as yon passed by its door What n curium jlat.c is our village store I Not one or jour citj town -lire J affairs With Cushion bred graces ind Pompndonr airs Hustling with rcw enws ol every variety With sutin and luces for the first in society; But a shop a Bazar on a miniature scale For nuking large profits 011 every sale! With its shielding stocp and its open shed Where the horses arc covered rested and fed ; Where the queer advertisements are pasted about From the higs and the Locos ; the Ins nnd the Hie number of i otcs each county hath polled; oute Auctions and failure ind ianns to be s.iiu; ith such other item as deck out the "bed ; A huge Yankee scrap book ingeniously t-preid; How often 1 pnine ore 1 open the door To read tl.o adYcrticmeiits over and o'er ; For the pillars the shutters uitliln and uithcut Arc gaudily lettered uruimd and alxui; "For.salcl Call and $ce! Untewr3u.1 pleie; Eggs newly 1 ud ; nnd...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 19 August 1851

M- "yw A THE CIVILIAN i srttca.rmu i njbcax;7ir.;rt -.wHsSt. Tj. AND GAZETTE It AJj V Jib I )S (WEEKLY FOR TUBE COUN'ilY.) GALVESTON TUESDAY AUGUST 13 1S51. Three Dollars ) iu 3dtance. i Bv H. STUART. Tin-re Copies !'' I'.ighl dollars. lU fi CfMlfananaGalurstoii eajcttc. ScmUwrrhlr. hnirirmlr in nttrntir $1 " MctUtj Io. .( i ADVERT1INU OiMqorr Oa IMInr fri.n first in-vr. tatncbsabvqurntiQifTtini tlfij On:. Ksiii liiiimltit a squirts. Adwrn.feintuu Hum! wit. M IK liar P" tttrfof fcbiufrrtma. CAR! Of itatuboM n.t ott.rr pase nTs in 1 Annminre mrataefCtodlJaits fir OiS.-e it cou-ileiejau.1 rkjr-rJ uvaitwMii ?S!S5SlKZJSi:'"f """ l'"u3n"" "J;lh ;! a pretty f!r i .diction r thc rc.lt lor most .' rs-lS.nb..i...fHPan(..uiib-pfclIui.tiL.t . ' lwli.looMc cIcct.j Governor nnd llTiu.b.uu....ioiii.r.oVr. I he offices "en is nouniicss. cicctcu governor ana ftff . w TABOGA. Thisi-Und in the Ray of Panama in the depot or nil the American line of steamer California. A writer to that place descrilcs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 19 August 1851

sr 'ViiiT'Mlf 'wsssssflflflsW'' & . " r -- Wm i&imlimx mits 4'&$u$ yssm (go&g&o B. BTCART. Editor "uALVESTOX TUESDAY AUGUST 19 1651. Wiiat thev sav or Us. Under the head ofTex- a we find in the X. Y. Journal or Commerce on ar- ticle from "an ocea'ional correspondent" which ap- pears to be dictated by a fair and candidspirit. The writer says The wil lest' flight of fancy can hardly conceit e what the prosperity and condition of Texas will be in a few years provided she retains her present bounda ries and is no: partitioned out by i!y and interested demagogues and divided into several inferior and petty States. Her natural divisions are already dis- tinct enough and cither of them designated as upper middle and lower or cistern middle and wc-tcrn present nil the features and prominence belonging to three seperate ami distinct States. The haver or Southern portion of the State bordering on the Gulf is epecnriy adapted to the growth of sugar cane The ateamship Galrcs...

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