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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 18 February 1843

mm THE CIVILIAN AND Jr\ ESTABLISHED ll{] EDITED IIV II. 8TDAUT1 publisueu every wednesday and saturday. At$$'peruiiiium payable within six mouth* after the time of subscribing—or $10 at tlm end of tho yeur, Also, published weeklv, foi tint country, at $5 per annum payable in advancs. ADVERTISING—One square, one dollar for the first inser- tion, each subiiaqiieiit insertion fifty cents. Eight linos make a square. iD* All letters-on business of the office must be post p'id or liny will not be taken out of the post office. CARD3 of steamboat and other passenger, and nnununee- nients, of canJidiilesfor office, are cousidered and charged as ad- yertisments. O' Marring and obituary notices of more than three lilies in jength charged as advertisnient'. GALVESTON, TEXAS. A|uew style of fll¡its, Gloves, Silk, aiid Gauze Handker- chiefs; a. n«w style of Cap >nd Bonnet Itibbon, and a now supply of French Artificial Flowers are olFjrred for «ule low |' r cu«li by . J.. U3 ThlllM AN* CHRISTMA...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston City Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 18 February 1843

ui-.d bud not accounted fur litem, and thatpoperth«n sai'l'— '->s? ,:jj " '■ „ ' 1 \\'o do know tliat his own [the President's] Minis- ter in Great Bt ituin, has written to him that the chpige was iiiifíitlttded. , "1 mi ho attempt at negotiation, the services of weal- thy and influential capitalists, «vas thought to he ne- censaiy to the success of the negotiation, Gen. Ham- ilton gave hoods to one of that description, to be paid on the condition that the loan was successfully nego- tiated.. •'"These bonds were deposited with Morrison & Co. to be valid on that condition. The loan was not ne- filiated, and the bonds were given up and cancelled n the prenence of the minister. "it may be fashionable at court, and palatable to his excellency, to denounce the conduct of Gen. Ham- ilton. The great body of, the people will juptly ap- ..... - ... . . precióte his unwavering friendship and the impbrtant whrwedó °„ í h.f"h.U'bit ¿Sb®^*; ark.! f 7 Jtred 'he counl7* When fia 77 mra usua...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston City Gazette, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 18 February 1843

T.- w ■■■ '"v. ... • ■ 4&ÉL<?ití e recent electionsiiqiNew43runs«t>di Johns, were attended wkh btori'd riots. At St.vJ^^^jjp, attacked, trampled.ufWatHlitairiMyforuisud -of their pulitsttá|klpfitirieMiJ >The'éitsl author* j/ irk lmpeacHMrttJudge Booth, of the Fifth Oiiettit té 'Aiébjittra, fcas twfeh " ' J*" IMBHBV. „., /P^MHPwl.iftnd^ iBalvsrwuittU- W «mee; *f th, of the Fifth Ju iir;'jtftf¿i>áchyiÍÍ ¡lib" fyJltffiwyf fo- ol Mijmuli WHIG (I wo'l aiaa i"1 .i lil<, .ajiSTUAa AV profesRtoj^l g^n)b|fr^ivitb knavery, duplici ;#in the ca .e, of,the &ate w, Geo. W. iLa«e, |or crime of robbery and murder of Héury Blakéi- • I'M.; ,U¡ li'll'll tjíi', f i ¿ft filial itec^sálHK trjaj. tooV. place Natchitoches r.t íf*• "¡¡rrziíT¡z.£-".i^i:rr .9i-- r ¡t.t. -zf rm ct! ÍV Itár^fhé suit was instituted sometime in ep- sigtíed by the défendánts, and etjfio charged tb«# the, defendants wer$ guilty ng a fraudulent preference to some of their KmST ALMONDS,^ lb • • ssissr^fe^affi b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 18 February 1843

v^lrJtP í 57vF3? JOB POSTING BIL r.tm swy aa v «y m pera, an Ml GonorHMtf lei just rec'd and folíale b JDGRO ther Blanks: • vari wt ¿r., , « * viz * •!,.1 NOTICE. WITH DILI JFU B U SIM'SS, DRAY ItKOl mthqut. "Trr1. "an LABELS, PAMPHLETS, Ac. As, Executed with neatness accuracy, and despatch AT THE OFFICE Ob THE GALVESTON C1VILIN. SKS NAUBi r "; ilNVITAJION (CARDS: "1 . >si ¡JAMES M'KNIGHT, IVtyluale'/calerin ti'ry Qtipds, Halt, Boots, Shoes Clothing Gt of erica tfc. Receiving forwarding and Commission Merchant V ,. ., . Galveston Texas.1 h;H. ^lxams&CO T~ ' Forwarding and CoMViusion Merchants Sept. 98—111 GALVESTON ,Tmoi ■ _ I'.'JV" *YT ■r ■?.,!■ IA ' ■>' O. LYNCH, Auction an^GumptissiOn Merchant: ■ ; á Galveston Texas. 03* Liberal advan||flWeon consignments of the Produce oflhe io untrv, *3 ;4w>7. 4jb'BARNAltD, BROOKS & DOBBfcis, Auction, Commisfion and Forwarding Merchants, CITY OF GALVESTON, TEXAS. DOBBINS, May.vil)*, Kjr. íftí :B; A. BROOKS,~Mar'ieu/,. Oh'"- REF...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 February 1843

THE CIVILIAN AND G ESTABLISHED IN] KOITIV BV II. 8TVAUT. PUBLISH P. D eVKHV WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Atfú per annum payable wiiliiii fix moriihd after the timo of aubscribing^-or 910 at the cud of the year. AI«o, published Weaklv, foi ihecountry, at #3 per nnnum payable i;i advanci. _ ADVERTISING—Onesqnare, nne dollar Tor tlia 0r«t iit-cr- lion, each subsequent insertion fifty cents. Eight linea make a squire. XT'All letter* on business of the office must be post paid or tbiy will not be taken out ol'the post office. CARDS olsteamboat and other pa« onger, and announce- ments, of eanjidntesfur office, are considered and charged as ad. vertismenti. D* Marriage and obituary noticca of more than three lines in . length charged as advurtisroenti. i LAW REGULATING PILOTAGE. From an Act regulating the appointment and duties of pilots at the Port ofGaloeston, Approved ith'Feb. 184:2. " SUCTION 5. Be it further cnar.t¿tl, That the Pilots nfsiid port ^hull be entitled to demand and receive for...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston City Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 February 1843

■H «a wwitogitwg i _—.— i f. ' r. 'Of, ., .. •- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1843. cleans Bulletin announces on what it authority, that the Texian vessels in that port have been ordered by our government to Gal- veston to assist in its protection in casé of an attack by the Mexican fleet. " ■ We are gratified to learn that a contract has been «ntored'into -in -behalf of the government, with Mrr James Der.ny of this city to repair and fit for service immediately the brig and schooner belonging to the Navy how in this port. The schooner, it will be re- collected, is aground, but can be easily gotten off, and Willie put afloat forthwith. Although Congress has thought proper to throw a veil ovei its designs in re- gard to the Navy, it is now fylly apparent that the Country is not to be deprived oftfkis important aim of defence at thin time—the crisis iu our affairs, if, as we at least believe, the crisis has not long since gone -by. If Mexico does not now, after more than a year's pre- parat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 February 1843

1 NMNMMwr i I Ah aeronaut named Schwartz has just made at Ly- ons, an experiment of a new systqm of asceosiou. .' He suspends himself al the bottom of his balloon by . means of straps and cord , binding hit body legs and ' feet in a manner similar to that used.by painters and other workmen, when employed <fh the outside of houses Hts weight is calculated at 2 lbs. beyond the ascoriding forcé of the balloon. To obtain this buoy- ancy, he employs a pair of large wings, made of. light frame work, covered with cloth, and which when fix- ed to his arms huve the appearance of two ancient bucklers. These wiugs. whose ascending power is equal to 14 lbs., when once they have raised the man and the, balloon, serve to direct their movement.—To effect a descent itis merely necessary to allow them to fall by-the side of the man, and his state in relation to the balloon becomes the same as when they started, SÍ3* Public Speaking.—One of the greatest errors com- mitted by public speakers, when ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 22 February 1843

"• JOB PRINTING, EMBftAOfHO POSTING BlliS, STEAM-BOA) BILLS, «te ©toss mm nui Notarial y Judicial. and othor Blanks . BALL INVITATIONS; oj ££ac¿tnp £or 4 of ¿fteamrfoai WITH OK WITHOUT SHIPPEKS NAMMt BILL IIBAOSJAND CIBCCLAB8 iFuucralíiiUítatíons; Bit SIN SS, ADDRESS,BAND tIN VITATION ICARDS; DRAY RECEIPTS, LABELS, PAMP^Ct^g, fte. f c. Executed with noatneia a At TJ1K OFFICE OF GALVESTON james m'kn" Wholesale dealer in Dry Goods, Hats, Boots, Shoes Clothing Groceries tfp.~ Receiving forwakdinq and Commission Merchant Galveston Texas: The subscriber «9 heretofore will attend to hisdutie* u Sur« vojot, aiiü may at nil limes be found at his placa of businea*, Tiemont Street, below the Galveston Drug Plote. Oct 98,1842. Wll CfrBANKS.- ~ SHOES, SHOES, SHOES. VS ' ril HE subscriber has just received par steamship Neptune a X' well selected assortment of Ladies, fíentlemmena*, Misses d Child ens Shoes, Boots and Bootless which he will sell low r. ciixh dec 9 J.W.BENEDICT. peppersauce. - VE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 4 March 1843

• -*V BSRSIPg ESTABLISHED IN] EST ON, : •rTv'i k ' •-. ■ * ?► v~ f - TWPEBL; *►••'.; ikiBiaKHK ,, \ , ■ «, _ - :i . •: v :-í¿3im:,:é' . ' . ,1. I' 5 ... 'L ! EttiVKU HV II. 8TDAKT. published eveuv wedntsuay ^nu saturday. At per «ulmm payable within nix months after lb* tima or ■ubscribing—orylOat tlift end of tho year, Also, published Wecklv, fp| the country, at $5 per milium payable in advauiv. ADVERTISING—One square, one dulliir for the firm ih*er tion, each subsuqueui insertion fifty cents. Eight line malte a aquitra. ¿b O* All letter* on business of the office mpst be poit paid or they will not be taken out of tlif p >st office. CARI)!}- ot*Htnainboul nnd' other passenger. and nnnmince- ■gentil, of cuuJidateefor office, aro considered und charged aa ud< ▼artisninntf. ftr" Ma triage and obituary notices of more than three tines in ♦ngtli charged as ndverlismcnti. —' sfcte m 9 i éew style ol' Aluu^ovea, Silk, and'' chiefs; a u** style ot" Cap and Bonnet^ new supply of Frerié...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 4 March 1843

V \ v m TRDAY, MARCH 4, 1843. — —«* — *s&*44 „ rallou m "X jfefc •p* of March, the anniversary of the Doclv- of Testen Independence, was celebrated in • spirited and becoming manner by the volunteer military companies of Galveston. Several companies paraded, a grand salute was flred, and an 'appropri- ate and elegant oration delivered to the comp*o£ of Fusiliers, which was jiitended, by invitation, by the other companies and á large numbai^f citizens, The day was remaiksbly «old fW"^P*nonj but not sufficiently so to ehill the patriotic ardor uJg¿ur citisens, who, while they heard recounted the Us and difficulties which environed the counter, when the high resolve wss first made either to be independent or to eease to exist, and the arduous bat triuippbent struggle which ensued, see>ned ty •mile at the comparatively trifling obstacles which •till atand in the onward march of the nation, and exult in all those proud aud unrestrained frelinga which are known only to freemen. And...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 4 March 1843

mm ni, mm nínriíMTi— a>.i^mwjii'o . >mm tí ' EFWe «re authorised ta aunounoe A. f. JAMES. Eeq. u t l«uduut«- fur ill* office ot Mayor al «lie enduing election. Ordinary, « Middling, i Middling Fair, Fair. : Guod Fair, Good and Fine. COTTON MARKET. COTTOH — LIVERPOOL CLAS IV'IC* TIOH. tinw Orlkani, Satoroat, February 24, 1849. *w I 4* *4 5 a 6: 6 a 6 7| a 7 Ha . 9 a I NEW ORLEANS MONEY MARKET. Nnw Orlkaks, Feb. 25 specie. 1843. Dollari and hairdollare Dime* and Imll' dime*, American gold") Sovereign*, : . Twenty franc piecee. . Doubloons, Spanish, do Patriot, . Londoó, 60 day* Puris, GO daye, . Mew Y of It, 60 day* do abort \ Boston. CO day*, • "I Philadelphia, 60 day*, do short Baltimore, 60 day*, Í United State*. . , • First Municipality Second Municipality Third Municipality. NKW ORLBAH*. Dank of Lousianna Ua* ¿ight M echauic* Sc Traders' City t State , , , Union .... Canal . . . Carrolton . • • Consolidated . . Citizen* . ' . Commercial Atchalafaya . , . Etchange ■ . Improv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 4 March 1843

POST JOB IP TING, ILLS, i A CARP. '■—tfWlO aueWe «« (o «'«el a u«* buitdiu/. replenish star stosk • B. good*sad sustainusin basins* , ire an compelled to mrgf eolleettPn*. BALL INVITATIONS; ej £6aeUrtf for ¿Sfaft or <9leam¿oa\ wrrn on wrtuovr mrr*tt njmu, «ILL OKAD^Jjál CIHCVLABI jFuntcalj wrtoítatíon ; IUSINSS. ADDRESS, AND INVITATION CARDS; PRAY RECEIPTS, LABKL , PAMPHLETS, te k«. Snouted with naaiMM accuracy, a ¿AT THE OFFICE OFJUlt 4 crfiu GALVESTON im i ■ -) JAMES M'KNItiHT. . Whoieoale dealer in Dry Goodt, Hat*, Ba&t Mhoet, Clothing Gtocrrtes ífc. Receiving porwakdinq and Commission Merc rani Galveston JT* . H. H. WILLIAMS & Co. Forwarding and Commission Merchantt ■apt. 24—HI i;\t,VK*Ttm. Tsxat. > All persons indebted to ns will ples eeonsi/ter. our **Vlre lot* cum* To: ward ana make payment with * little d«- l>y the (torm, ay a. possible. Bpt i Wm. II fjpHES rtkwibarshavs rassived per barijuu F"Mb l bid.s ... ■ - dire* olí, andwÚl aeii \ow for sasii, or ex ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 March 1843

k- JLJELILr ESTABLISHED IN] ÉMHD BV ■^•TVABT, rüBifieaeb EVKRV wmdnksuavt^NW SATURDA itf8 peruinii)ui payable*iü>in «i* months after tbetii icriliing—or $10 al ,the end of the year, A1? . published iklv.foi the country, it §5 por annum pnyabloin ádvaiicc. DVKRTISfNG—OiiaiBquawi one. dollar for thé «ra , each KubteqMuthMMtua fifty Mato. Eight lino* maUa « ««.' ■ pT AII Ia^«ra,onbiis iie«i of tl e office,mugí lo post pul or y will nWbé taken o'til of the post (iflice. . . . 'ARD9 ofate.inboiit and other '—-¿-íhUJ* '••lto.hrffl . pasHmger.á.n'danuotlrice- ruida,ed anil'ofcarged aa ud. enta, of cknJidatesfor office, ere comí sset wsm for cash by * • ,C*R A''S£ MWSNT Ftlli (II } law regulating pilota' i 'an Act regulating tJi«¡ appointment -and duties of al the Port of Galveston, Approved Ath Feb. #1842.'' «"SECTION 5. B ttfurther enaeUd, That the Pilot* ofsiid rt «hull be entitled to demand a.nd receive for their services, .1 _ a _ i 4.1. _ f9 II •. t__ A« oil IIAAdaL «1 rtfelltl VI ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 March 1843

■m&Sfr mm ■ V *. Gfattttt. '■m i 8. 184 - r* i bold on Monday malted iu (he . Alien to the office of Mayor by a majorityof two rotea, though a motion was before the Baaed of Aldermen when our paper went to presa, to aet aside ibe election on the ground of illegal ▼otea having been given. Mesara. Oscar Parish and P. Brown were elected Aldermen in the First Ward —one vacancy' atill to supply; L. M. Hitchcock, jr., J. C. Shaw, and N. I. Maynard, 4 the Second, and E. L.Ufford, Mr. Mugins, and H. Stuaft ig the 1 bird. James B. Shaw, Acting Secretary of th^&eaaury, haa issued a Circular to- the aeveral County Treasur- ers in which it is atated that the Department does'fbt understand the late act requiring the receipt of Ex- chequers at par for direct taxes to apply to Licenae tsxfis. We feel satisfied that thia decision ia erroneoua, and regret that it barbeen made. Many of the Gollectora have already received the Exchequers at par for tbeae Taxea, and given receipts in full for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 March 1843

. mm H®ÜÜI -ra*. y* i numerar «« V": % ■mall privateer, with forty or fifty men, having on board some hives made of earthen ware full of bees, was pursued by a Turkish galley manned by 500 sea" men and soldiers. As soon as the latter came along- side, the crew of the privateer mounted the rigging with their hives, and hurled them down on the deck of the galley. The Turks astonished at this novel! method of wariare, and unable tu defend themselves from the stings of the enraged bees became so terri- fied that they thought of nothing but how to {escape their fury, while the 'crew of the small vessel defen- ded by masks and gloves flewupon the enemy sword in hand, and captured the galley almost without re- sistance." The reviewer well remarks, "that it must strike the reader how well furnished this vessel must have been to afford at the moment 'masks and gloves" for forty men." application of the i of preset ving the irty men. The other extract contains an application '• Ordinary, Midd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 8 March 1843

(i RINTING, MUS, W*f'Tp>r(^OB88gECÍ LLSPICE, Cloves, Maee, ué Fnnchal, "dlrec ,or «x change for -g f^BBLS New Orleaue Sugar JL /# 8 beg Codeo 8 kegs prime Goshen Butter 6 do do Leaf Lard, 5 boxee sperm Candles 10 do 10 í 12 and 10 s 14|G1ass, O enable Us lo ¿retel a new buildíiif, replenish eur stock o JL gyods and sustain us in busioess, we are compelled to urgf All persons indebted to ns wilt pleaaeconsider our severe lose by the storm, cotnefoiwsrd end make payment with *s little de- ay es possible. ■•ACAHD. 19%am¿o oat HE Subscribers, under tbe firm of Hanks & ¡De Yet tender their services to (he citisens of Galveston..as' t. mrU OM WITHOUT MHJPPMU NMMM, •1U 1UA9I1AR CUt'DUM tttirral| Jfníi ítatíone; BUSINSS, APORESS.-ÁND .INVITATION (CARDS; DKAY EKOKIPTB. LABELS, PAMPHLETS, Ac. Ac. lieeaM witfc —¿toa— accuracy, and despatch (AT THE OFFICE OF TUJC ... GALVESTON CIVILIN. JAMES M'KNIGHT, Whohéale^dealer in Dry Good*, Hatt, Boott, Shoet Clothing Gtoceriet tfc. RteairiNo porw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 11 March 1843

THE CIV1L1 ALIES ESTABLISHED IN] I kd1tkd bv b, btuakt. PUBLISHED evkry wednes1my AND SATURDAY. tfSper annum payable within six months after (he time of bscribirtg—or flOat the end of the year. Also, published pekly, roí the country, at 95 per annuui payable in advanco. \DVERTI8ING—One square,one dollar Tor the first inser- , each subsequent insertion fifty cents. Eight linea make a uare. All letters on business of the office must be post paid or "iv will oat be taken out of the post office. ÍARDS of steamboat and other passenger, and announce- ents, of candidates for office, are considered and charged as ad*, jrtisments. ... , lO* Marriage and otytuary notices o( more than three lines in Tigth charged as advertismenu. a5I GALVESTQIV^XAS. flS SAT1 , . ■ style of MitU, Gloves, Silk, an® *5auz«i Handker fs; a new style of Cap and Bonnet Ribbon, and new aupgly of French Artificial, for cyh lowers are ofierjred for sale low J. QSTRRMAN. 8 presents. chris large supplyopQtfrman Toyj, fer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 11 March 1843

w- ■- xf"* yn* ^gtsmsS&Si (tracts fur carrying route* in the republic went into, and there is every reason to beli< interruption will take plMi in their 1843. W- 1st inst. further transmis- sion. ' The Houatooi^n eomea out in atrong language gainat the Act concerning R3nia. We should be glad to see other papera take up the subject. it is one which vitally concerns a large ciato of our people, and, embodying as it dooa a principle in legislation which makes distinctions in classes of society, it in- tereata ua all, and affects the very form and character of our Government. It visita the destitute jnd un- fortunate with responsibilities aud penalties the mosi exacting and aevere, for the collection of debts, while entirely different and much milder lawa apply to those who have large quantities of valuable property in pos- session. It is partial in its operations, cruel and tj- ranical in its spirit and objects, and mutt be repealed. The Planter's Gazette wishes emphatically to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 11 March 1843

*\ J t ■ sr by ( petty negro prince in A frio . The :e was reclining under a large tree, aurround— > JT it ordered that y his sable attendants, and no doubt believed thu mu,licip«| year 1843. Polls" to be opened, in the First Ward lua fame had reached every part of the world, 'at the Centre of Gravity, in the«ecoad Ward at Shaw's Hotel, 5 !•*__ 1 M ^4 1 m j% iitn ■ i ■■ MA i lika i n i n MM&i 1M É L. a aLIhJ Ilf i . «1 VII LI Ifíg&A* •"Si'Axuk v instant, Tor the iey the Slat Galveston for nod, in the Pira Ward pen id reality he was not known fifty miles in direction. After a few minutes conversation i the traveller, he enquired whether he was talked Jut much in Europe.—Houstonian. or Mental Pain.—What is true of bodily pain, lucb as arises f>om the slate of the body, holds goud likewise of menial pain, or such as is found merely in ~tbe images of the mind. Disgust, trouble, vexation, jrrief, shame, disappointed hope in mental pain. They are certainly unpleasant, painfu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 11 March 1843

u _ '-«I m r i ir ■ ü I '•"Wi* A CARD.' rffOensblensto erect a new building, replenish eur stock o JL food and «attain a* ia bueipese, wo an compelled to urgf AU peraone indebted to us «HiyjftfiH compter ó* r severe lota .If the norm, cumefotward inflKt pavNiffcijpith ae little de- lay as p<m<ll>|eu sept % ' Wm. HALL ¿ Co THES ubscribera from London, •J 13 Ijr« «Mi IMPOKTKIt AND UEALKR I If Drug*, Medicine*, Paint*, Oil*, Dye Stuff*, Chemi- cal*, Gta** Ware, Perfumery tfc. Corner of Avenue D, and 241 ritroet*, Gnlveaion, Corner ol Main and Congress StrRou Houston. " StlCHARD BACHE; JUSTICE OF THE PEACE fur (¡alveaton county, haa opened hie ofBno at Cook's building, Tremont street, in the room lately occupied aa the Mayor'* Office. nor 30— - 11 BAffHE. W. R. WILSON, 3d door from Anenuc C., Tremont itreet, Galveston, Does every description of Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron work. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. fl^IIE underaifned have formed a Copartnership under the JL etyle of SPRAGUE A ...

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