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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 September 1838

c$p I? - ' 1 ffiv Kifl n uiiiXJiiiJi iiu viasiiio - wacBaAiKB --SS -m V. -T13ilWS5 in. advance. Published 'Ticicp a Week dur ing the Session of Congress -and Weekly the remainder of the Year. x BY;GRUGER & MOORE-. $7 at the end of the year bu v , .aafg, HOUSTON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1838. VOL. IT-NO. 5-WHGLE Ndjfci; PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY CRUGER- & MOORE- S3 Knmtreni to constitute Um year TERMS: Subtaiption, Five Dollars year, payable in ad- vance, and Seven Dollars at the expiration of the year. Advertising : One Dollar per square Sot the first insertion, and Fifty Cents foreachcontinnance eight lines i or less is consul- ered a square. Manias and Obituary Notice of more than tore lines each, Cards of passengersTiuid announcements of candidate for political offices, will be charged at the common rates or ad- V9rUErAII advertisements to be paid for in advance; and when not otherwise ordered", will invariably bo published untilicrbil and charged fjraccordingly. All JCetten oa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 September 1838

h. United, to bo pushed with vigor. The printing presses ofthe'Liberal.of Douai, were on the 19th July sealed up by the officers of the government, under a charge of being employed ia clandestine printing. Itkas beetfpositivelystated.that.the.Earl of Durham has received secretinstructicns to comedo a definite ar- rangement of the boundary question witli th American government, in which evenflhere wiinio no accasion for 8ho 'further interference of the King of the Nether- lands in this tedious-question. Intelligence has. been receired from Madrid, of the discovery of.aCarlist conspiracy in that capitol, in consequence of' which a number of arrests had been "made. , No movement of consequence .had been made, either'byDon Carlos or Gen.-Esparto, since the Jate . of our advices'by the Great Western. The papers affirm that foreign intervention in the af- fairs of Swilzeriand'tecomes daily'more probable the immediate pbjects being'the suppression of die convents and to procure the expulsi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 September 1838

THE, TELEGRAPH. EDITED BT FRANCIS MOORE, JR. Moustoiu Saturday y Sept, 20, 1838; The returns of election recently received from sev- craloflbe eastern counties have removed all doubt rel- ative to the election of President and Vice President. Lamar and Burnet have evidently been elected the for- mer almost unanimously, and the latter by a large ma--.jirily over both opposing candidate.. Wc feel a pe culiar pleasure in announcing this cheering injeliigencc although, wc have not sustained the former with so much zeal as some other partizan?, yet we believe all will freely admit, that we have adhered with rigid con- stancy to the course we had p lintel out at the com- mencement of the political contest. Wc have consider- ed his election certain from the moment when we first declared that we should use our humble efforts to sus- tain his claims, and h ive therefore never manifested much anxiety on nccount of the efforts ofhis political opponents) wunregaru to juuge unmet, on ine contrar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 September 1838

-0. ' SOR SALE. Th rteaWit 1Txscmeis, fcs.v- J :; Mmnrun ner term i cuiuici ui uio . " . .1 A.tf.1 ir.VelatZ Rh m hnPtin iliG llaf 2Sn?B?SSfcm ta Charieston S. C in tl.e f.ll of 18;5 J iQ her faachi..efyltf J.nes PjAllsin, ofNew-York. tier lengiii Slfflirc'feetJinBhe3hoU,anl 28 feet beara-burOien 120 fons" eusiomhoas measurement; is doubled framed, aad built ol .liTiakanlcedar,aiid remarkably h'.avy timbered; is coppered and copper fastened 1 She has two setts of boders pi iced in tin hold! so constructed as t connect and nnconnect, with two hort- r --......, riot .t,-nl,p- U lon risked, earrvinir lib. xonwi engines v01-" "-- -"?- : . yt ' ? 5 iiiainsiilanasqu3uvs.iil, is well found m chain cables, anchors', &c. She is a fine sea boat; a"id on .iccjunt of her great burthen and easy draught (wi.ich u 3 feet 8 or 10 in hes light) is exc.'eding.y well adapted firths river and coa?t trade uf th tmlf of Mexico For terms and fuuhsr particular! apply to k or terms an THOS.'BARRETT, New...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 October 1838

S '' "" r -JtBfflia5S,!:.-,r Si3 - -,,. . v- - -JWi l" i' iTt -T"- . . ' vtf .-i.- : - " r -.c b. ---frK3-Jr -r.vcviJ.a-JT i.' a Tr-. hit-- " . '- - Ti -t?v .-!.-- -, w --iA'w-rf?"s-l.,'jsz.-. v-- r -si 'rvsS '"AVif?-ifeTTn: .-?- ..Ti rsr? - - ' --VT5-:aus3-e-v ,4 ?.. T-bfWw-ctgya, -.. iv"gc-r-g: - --- --;-p-.- .-r " ? -,..--- --- -. .-s. .t. irttfrr jt c J ' j ' & -"y-r riir i mtmd&mtMXa& rRnan lB!-'v' m rtTA.lMI yfc-i M'-k ST.. - . afyj? t?ig :;. , .. - : a .-... x. . - s-s-- -, ..... i i - .K- Jl- ' it -.i. a- '3. iU Ufc' s - . c?-l: " vMfiJ'dfSevehDblliiaat theiDiratronrthevcar..' tTV ViUtw ing - vubt, rrijuui l Vtj OiJUUl C V lUfj Uia iuji-iuum jj'Zti-Btinn rr - rtTnt1a't --! 'J'Ufifi;irtOTrVlTnTt; Bright,rqsO;.iIie.sun?urer tbe hills of Palcstiiibpnd et'er, since lh'e worlilihadlBirih, did itTi.-'e''iV":v"bright'-, : or-more insuiHnfffscene. -There her jroreeoits p:il.':- "Ifpr lowers, hnr tliinipy. iwr n!nnncc.ft.:hpr-vitl ii TJk--7rrt'.n.r nnLc I. i, r, T., H:! -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 October 1838

f . RS ir. l" JW ;f I lusr: EF f, - ! &" In 1 I I J Ii v Is 1-5 3SEi . ." MEMORIAL. VTo hts'jExceUenctGen. Bustamenie, Commandcr-tini The:undersignedfeelinja;fleep;.andlivcly cdAeern Li ail that relates lb' the welfaro'prtheifadoptedxoun- tiy,nd enminiDg-.a peculiar- regariLfor the' future dvanemefttand jtrangnilitvof Texasibeg; leave very -respectfully:' tu"subfiiVt lKe"followinff" 'facts, and -suggcs- .gestibns to your'Extellency's serious consideration," in onter-'that thesohkin tri which ihev- rclate.'mav, bcnre- sele0o,the ..proper authorities of tho government of . Mexico," " , -- - .?In-the, Winter of 1S23, Mr. Mocroe.then presidont of the United Slates of the JNortn, recommended to con gress,- that measu'resshould betaken to reraovepll the -tribes of Indians,-resident within the organized limits of the United State's, to regions to be assigned them on the west side of the Mississippi, -and beyond the boun daries ot the State ol Missouri and ot the Arkansas ler- jitory; T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 October 1838

1 1' lT?S- - f i -o.sSr-j sSssT --: ls:0Fv ,.-A3 ?7F -i1!- vw-'SSat5rLjs; Li .5S5irL22iSC"ttS-" ntmcd. iAcifizSn-xf; thiBttfe:gIiF6dio.oil?JiyJtIts name. ui, iiviawmiyiaux.ccciP w jue'tjourugoon pusincss j'. V "-&SS $&?&-i va" killetlifear -JudgerClure'sTonHwrilfnScpl y mis tj-rcturning, hofiae', suppo.ed,;ti)J!ijij-eqn.i-pi"ie .by! t JfartyKCumanch;.-,. sfexralrBoi5sfhayel?eo'D. chas -.IiiiiUhc 'last.'-w daysfctHcSitncplace", lir-ariicSaJ'PSnilians, Varying jriBfefKBfJrivlS -!- 5Y?itrlrV . ,:-",.".liy."f- - -4J&:pCLEMErjrsr Tjr-?-;- Mk jEDrcq-Ori.aVyisiP toTGaJ vest o"ii-Island: withj 1I---1UU UIIUtUClT riev.gort?Loa are suppuseu prty-pfpljasiii-a itdayspasra geii.lema$ii.jn;lpse,W may fe.placed, that Moselv BaJjjerT ineinaem-cfeelecl f - -. vIIonksS'EIyahsE.. iSlIardyJqlin'S. . Head lames " v Hoper-3lanicr" Jlamiiruii.JIP. ,- ' .HiHk-iirioi.Lucy ,' "Hughes 'ChariesF.' . :IIoover George -W.. -Tiro-n-hvtIietri"o' 'Ha IiiiarkGeo'W. bf-.Wihtr, re43'darIc'butfnbt;Braclc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 October 1838

fx.?5 !SJ!- I -'.ii'S' r "ir ssampensea ijiT'-rn-i-T:-. -. - sfeaSS -' t " . fj & T W-. tMip6,F"":!,:;ur4",,",i... , , r Galveston. tin roomily t will leave Galvcstonjor W.fnS-oiTSeaaavthurMlavs, rnid.Saturduysi: thnsugh-.in eoaV';3Tje'wbcdbers hare snared no,pnips or expense-in " - -'. L.- ..; r ln -nmrAfln li 11 - "t-... ..wioWi0 It.- BrDTJBBIN& i. . r.--1.ar:J'i.i..ii .nnl'-nn Khnrtl or'to TttcKINNEy.os WILLIAMS, Galveston. " "NBCap!ain-"JJavis 'swill attend entering- goods in the CuatonthMsejandany other basinessappertaitiing to forward, fac&c. 71 ' " - - - - ' L'FOKNKW ORLnANSrLt. JtottTr Hobbs: ' Che Ai'Moo'Rt, 'foVTiaEifsWnger:rof New Orieanscau deppiripon a'safe and adveiins'a;"eid'Bet acco'nimouatKms1 are. superior to any boat w thributhTttwl asa'- si a" boat'ha. iifnnsurpassed. For pass age 0 j ;infofmiti6ri?applytoRl iais&Co.. Brazoria; John harp, Ve loscof McKinnjr & Williams, Qntutana;W. V- fc.R-Jl.-Xe3, Ho"niiinrFo?bM,Br66TEr &, Co., Columbia or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 October 1838

-r-fV ' W?- V'V ?- -- "l fr -ju , v? , SrXjr i "-tv srvrti -"St .. Z I JPSiBS-8?fmtadVahce. "' Published; Twice-a Week.tluv ffie Session of Congress and Weekly the remainder of the Year. or $7 at Ft!ifcveitdwolT'IiVr3rear. B eRG-ER'jVTQORE if- HOUSTON, SATURDAY,' OCTOBER 13, 1838. VOL. LV-NO: 7-r-H0EEMOri63. 4l4i F B'sW J4 a 1 IV PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY CRDGEK &JMOORE. , " S3 Xorabenf to constitute the year. TERMS: Siiwcrvi'""1. Five Dollars a year, payable in ad- vance, and'Seven DoIlaWat the expiration of the year.' AdcerUiing it'QaS DolIar,per square for the first insertion, and Fifty Cent for each continuance eight Jines or Jess is consid- ered a square, litarriajifand Obituary Notices of more than Uiree liuesveachrCardsbf passengers,3 and announcements of candidates -for.noliucarofficesill bu charged at the common ratesof advertising-. " ... , -. 'Kf"AlI adverfiseroent to b paid for la advance; and when not otherwise ordeiril, will inriri ibly be published 'until forbi I ntid ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 October 1838

x e. K. his future plans and prospect?, conducted with his own hands his correspondence with every quarter in Europe, ordevdled himself in company with'" his astrologer" to the study of 'thorplanetary nsp'ects,' and endeavored to draw from the same confirmation of his hopes and fears s to his futnre duty. OPINIONS ON VARIOUS SUBJECT. - BY WIlMAM MACMIRE." '- w - NO. LI. . -, Party.'Fa'lronage.- Evils of Office Huntings y , .-.April 22, 1720. Twenty years ago I published-the geological'map of the United Stales.and thought, it was. the first that ..j tinnnMisheit of tin entire country and Ihe'mt.si extensive by far that has been, made, ye,t being neither ; fnvnr-tof theaNfentunkuis. nor the, Plutonists, it has not been noticed by any peiiodical or otliei pubhca- .:; R,.nn. h.it.hnrt f described .the wing of a Hy, or attemptedao-prove th.it basalt was formed by ihe medium of fire or water, it would have been "P"" ... .i :.t:..-i ..,..- to nn the continent ol ea in most oi me penuuiui. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 October 1838

a j" If I IV 1 K t . if participation lb any of the political contentions or pri- vate dissegtipns'of that cjij, but hasueeti Wscrupuluusly circuraspeot, u&tlio'-has, with his family, lived almost aloof from society, and rendered himself liable to "the charge of-ausTerity nnd-pride, bycertaiu "grovefling in-' rl:M..1'.. '.!. Kna Km'oii rAl,nQ0fI' hv v7rpr nnd -"Wh'n areconstanlly endeavoring to bririg'down those who liavo been reared in -respectable circles; to theirpwn vulsar level. . .It seems tle 'Veryhcad androut of his offending."- . is merelvthis:3fier,-the,!close of the election at Galves- ton;,scveaI of the friends of ot. Lynch,: having pre- viously, disc.vered tljat-ten, or, "fifteen dliaens of the" United StatesHad. voted, during the election, 'waited on the. consul and, desired, him to furnish a certificate that thosepseudb Texians were citizens of the United States', and "at that time tinder liis protection. The re quest being, strictly within the limits-of his duty,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 October 1838

' s ISm , i, CARD. Thu.rttajatr 8an J aoi!H,A. J . ?- ;.:tii",ordter.'hQ uiJtier'ronS a'thcrouih reprint i. 11 WIliibtSkuentB herreVular trips between Hnncon and Galveston riPMonn'atnSeit-i.'vilI MiHnn(tnn fm Gnlveston oUMomlal X We3beidaj'-8amt FrldajWre'turuins, "will leave Galveston for 'tHbnstoa'WJIQewlay,'TbMaj5,kmI Saturdays: through in iix hours, "jbs labtcriben fa:ive scared no pains or expense in BndetingJtheirJboat one oCthe most comfortable and pleasant boats in, the.trnde and flatter themselves that she cannot b 'surpWd bv any boat in Texas lor atoommodation and speed U -wjMio' '-... - A. J. DAVIS, 4 ans 17'' 155-tf K. B. DUBBIN6. , vffor Ft cisrht or passage apply on board or to iajj -t-r . "GEORGE FISHER fc Co, Houston, McKINNEY &. WILLIAMS, Galveston.- N. B. Cap'aifl -Davis will attend to-entering goods in the custom house, and anyether business appertaining to forward. hagSic , ' ... AH. FOR.NRW ORLiANS 1 .FoRTr Hours Thi ft Ty splendid low pressure iteain packet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 October 1838

cm uyi iiiii 3kbs& -8 . - i(n Jfl-,.-r- Published Twice a Wleek'dm: ing the Session ofCongress-'-niid'Tiyekly the remainder of the Year. or $7 at the end ef thcyern&, TJEHJJISr-SS in advance. WKMia ir T3Y CELUGER & MOOEE. PUBLISHED ; WEEKLY, BY CRPGER & MOQRC- 53 Numbers to constitute tile yeAr. TERMS: Si&tcription, Five Dollars a year, payable "mail- Tanco anct'Seven Dollars at the expiration of the year. A Iceriiang : One Dollar per square for the first insertion, iid Fifty Cents for each continuance eight linos or ltoa is consid- ered asinaro. MarrlaSe and Obitnary Notices of more thau thiea lines each, Card of passengers, and announcements or candidates for political offices will be charged" at the common rates of ad- VertISrAll advertisements to be paid for'in advance; and whrii not ithefwiseordeied, will invTiritbly be published until If. rbi 1 and charjed Eiraccordiriijy: u All Letters on business must ba postpaid or they wilTnot be attendetUo. AGENTS. fn ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 October 1838

- " For tlie Telegraph. At a called meeting oflhcsubgcriberf, ,tn the Jockey Club of this Cityon 'Saturday; the 13ih inst., Major Robert Barr wa'sll'JhaLCfiaif; and'CoZ. Thos. J. GoKgMyappoinlcd Secretary. "TBexctFihe:'-meeliRg"being8"tated bythe Chair- man: .. stl. vul a . ... rOa.mfliicnJEIojcN-Moreland, a committee of r fivojfas appointed-to sJFt ruljs.and regulations for the go-vrnmentcf the'Club.-. 3$o!.jAr:S.. Thruston, Shelby Stoiith, Esq., E. Hum- . .nh'rnvs. f""nl. Wm. IV RrlcL and A. M. Thompkins, r'iS- irrv!! -J'.;i-.r :.! XX.Utaa- wn. nflpr snmp i soai, were awuuucu suiu uumuutv, , - ,, deliberation, reported, that they rec imraend the .J -adopjnjof the rules and'rcgulations of the I'AIaiarie jockey' Cfub'oJfNbw Orleans," with some few amend-1 'ments a's lo'the'time 'oT meeting, weights, &c; when if "wis Jte&lved', ,lsU "That the reporting of ihe com-j "RittteV be "adopted. ' J " -J&sohedj,'2cil. ThaVthe Club be styled the "Houston S r:.i:. fi:.i.n' " "Raolms...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 October 1838

fc: R u KE5LEIL ofRjundTent memorv. makes his aonear- l nncehr tare the public in bis 'old character, on Mon- (Uc next, at l&flVilock'nreciselr.iii'an entire new ilicfs. "Old . .things ,are dcacavvat, and all.tkings (saving andexccptm,q.'d debts,) hava become new." . '.-- ' - - Easier tenders his heartiest thanks to the citizens or Houston and the public generally for the patronage so liberally cet iwid upuii his hnuse whilst yet in fit? infancy and hope?. If his small iudenvors to please whilst sojourning liie the roving tribes of the wet, in tents, that his increised efforts will not f.Ll to ender ehtirc.satisfactioa, when tendered fram alirge and fn'istautinl builtliiig, decorated in a manner that would do cred- it to any of tbs first " est tb.ishmenti af the kind in the parent country. 'Large streams from II' tie fountains flow, Tall oaks rorn Kttle acer ns gro . " By unieinitt'nr attention to 'business untiring efforts to please a'l, and n rigid economy, the undersigned has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 October 1838

A CARD. The ataontr a-n Jicjnt, A. J'.SDa- -.. L...i.2nn..MHna ft -4li cnllirk rpftOil C will commcucB her regular trips beUmirHimt:bn uztl G;rf citoii U1Q.I1UUOJ UCIl -Will Kttii uuucwu ,w j ;--; .... j- Wednesdays and Fridays : returning, will hsive Galveston for Houston an TuesdajcTThnrtciaji, nut! Saturdays: through in ix hours. "1 he subscribers have spared Tib pains or expense in rendering their boat one of the most "comfortable anil pleasant boattin the trade and flatter themselves that she cannot b surpassed bv any boatin Texas for-accommodation and speed. J J i - " "A.JJ. DAVIS, aagl7 155ltf " '. K. B. DUBBINb. for Freight or passtige'apply on board or to GEORGE FISHER &. Co, Houston, McKINNEY &. WILLIAMS, Galvestui. NIB. CarLMnDavi3,Avill attend to entering goods in the -cultem heme, andanyolher business appertaiiiiag to forward- IKcc, 'si FOR NEWORL'ANS Li f ortt Hours. in ! ""rff1 splendid low pressure steam packet Columbia, Capt. A Moonr will leave GalTeston Bay...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 October 1838

M& i IV R v M ' 1.- 1. f . if r TURKS'--f 3"ia advance. BY CRUG-ER & MOORE- fo rUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY CRUGER, & 'MOORE, -ig S3 Number to "constitute (fee year. 3 TERMS: Suitenption, Fiva DoUars a fear, payable in ad- i -vance, and Seven irautn at tne expirauon ot tne year. ' jUlecriitinsri One DoDar per square far the first insertion and Fifty Cent for each continuance eight lines orlesj fa consid ered asqnare. jMvriage ana umraarr nances 01 more-muu iutco lines each, Cards of passengers, and anaeancements of candidates for political offices, wili 'be chargea at .-tho common rates of ad- vermin;. ttj"AU advettisoments to bo paid for in advance; and when not otherwise crdcmi, will infmihly be published until forbid and chnrged fir accordingly.' AE Letters on business must be postpaid or they will not be attended to. AGENTS. In Vie (X. Slala. EDWARD"HALL,Kew Orleans; J. S. KCLX.T &. Co. RooWriers. Mobile: Botd& StTTDin, Major 3J. F.Nortoi, New Yorfc; Dr. E. B-Mncoit,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 October 1838

age, which, as to mere animal pojror"ougbMo P the object of hir-preservatiopI-conBidertherefoie; that in tho "bountiful proyilionoffProviderice,lbritbe pre serration of human life theSabbatical appointment is not,sasriUhasbeen- sometimes theoldgtcally viewed, .-simply a.precept, par,takingjoJFahe,natwf,'J)oJ',it'ca' institution, but that it is to be numbered -among the naturardutles if the preservation of life be admitted to be a duty, and theprematnrcAlesirucrioa of a suicidal act.. IThis-is said sunply-as.aiphyician, and without Teference at all to the theological Question; butjf you -consider further tne' proper ejfett of .real Christianity, nntnetiiinparo nt jrrinii ennfin1 JlfT trust in G)lL and good xvill to raaifyoa will perceive imhis source of renewed -vigor-to tno unoc, m uiwugu ukuih iu the1 body, an afldiiianil spring of life imparted frbin iki- higher'usedf the'BabD.iinas a-nuiy resi wore i to xnmw llita unTl nf llV (lUeStldn. 1 gllOlllll e tOtlrfliflL on the duties com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 October 1838

-V I mptn Sir, Humphrey Davy. "I envy," says that great philosopher; "no quality of trie mind or intellect iu others tint genius, pc.wer, wit or fancy, but if I could choose what would be most delightful, and I be- Jic e most useful to inc.I shonld prcfeTn firm religion hclief to every other blessings For it makes lile a dis- cipline of goodness: creates new hopes when all earth- ly hopes vanish; and throws over the decay, the des- truction of existence, the most gorgeous of all l.ghls; awakens life even in death, and from corruption and dccay,J culls up bcau!y-and divinity; makes an inslru- ment.'of torture and of shame, -the ladder of ascent to paradise; and, far above all rnmbiniaions of earthly hope-", calls up the most delightful visions of palms and amaranths, thegardens of the blest, the security of oy-ej-lasting Jots, where the sensualist and the sceptic -view only gloom, decay, ami dilation and despair." Youtig'i Discourse- on fke Life and Character of Dr. Boirdilch. .THE T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 October 1838

sTaOBERTS. Attom-y at isr,. iifcrtf .J-LteSTJAll usioets in the lino of his profession will be ., Tef .Ht ittoidedto 12-172 lept 'JX "3 G. UltEEN, ArrouMr at Law, Bastrop, Texas. Ref. IV Jerences Hou. G. W. Hockley, Secretary of War, Houston; J. P. Brown, Esq., William Bass, Esq., and Gen. Edward BotIeen, Bastrop ,cPli ,f15!' . T'XWNOTICE. J. H. HikKso.-c, will "practice in the I Jceurts of tbe Second JudiciaJDistric'compr'singtneccuB- ties nCBrasoria. Fort Bend, Harrisburg, Austin. Colorado, ami Matagorda, and ihoSnpremeCoutt bftbe Republic! 55tf 7 J.AW NOTICE.; PORTIS St TARPLEY, AUomcys and Counsellors at Late, of- Hee nn Stairs, at lledenherir St Vcdder's auction store, ill this city at wblch'nlace one or both, may always be found, t lessprofes-sionallyab'cnt. July 23' 43-tl uj. 43-tf LAW NOTICE. COL. VM. "S. FISHER, EmvAan M. Gum, and OAV. Pe. tehsos, will practice Law ia theieveral courts composing tbe westernjurisdiction. , t ftrCol. Fisher may be round at Gonzakt, Mr . Glenn...

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