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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 July 1851

* y ' f f "* S m. z ifr v *#' V : ■ Gibson & Cherry, Publishers. "Error! ceases to be dangeroijs, when Truth is left free to combat it" VOL. D. NO. 21. GALVESTON TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1851. ,, . J. M. G iBSüON, Ed if or. $2,50 A YEAR. íúlje Wtthio 3)oupnal, •PUBLISHED EXPRESSLY FOR THE COUNTRY BY GIBSOM & CHERRY, MECHANIC street, galveston—texas. Term —$2,50 a year, invariably in advance. Ten copie , if páid lor at one time, will be Further Foreign Intelligence. Boston, June 25. 11 p. m.—The steamer Europa arrived here this evening. We tor- ward the following additional iteras of intelli- gence: England.—Nothing of importance has «•ent to any one post office for twenty dollars transpired beyond the voting of £300,000 to a year. j carry on the kaffir war. The Lord Chancel- Subscribers may remit money by mail at; lor. in moving for the vote, expressed satisfac- :.l :i* i i .l„ r _ : .• ' . ... . ... I . «onr risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Master. Post Master* are au...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 July 1851

For Governor* We are authorized to announce M. T. , ol Tarrant county, as a candidate t of Governor at the August election. "We are authorized to announce Gen. T. J. CHAMBERS a* a candidate for the office of Governor of the State; and to say that he will shortly give his views upon such topics of public Interest as be may consider most important to the people. For I<t. Governor* rr Wé are authorized to announce Colonel MATTHIAS WARD as a candidate for the office oí Lieut Governor. We are authorized to announce Hon. C. JAN of Huntsville as a candidate for the of Lieut Governor. Capt. Far Congress. ty We are authorized to announce General HUGH McLEOD, as a candidate lo represent the Western Congressional District of Texas in Cooxress. We are requested to announce Col. V.|E. ARD, as a candidate for re-election, to re- t the second Congressional District of this , in the Congress ofthe United States. KirWe are authorized to announce Capt. G. K. LEWIS as a candidate for Congress, to r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 July 1851

- • A.'- r The Sooth Carolina Fighters* If one were to form his opinions of the bel- ligerent nature of people in South Cacolina froif£ what the orators of section say, h«- would he precipitated head or tail foremost, us the miffht be, into the conviction that South Carolina is not only the most dogmati- cal, but also the mo§t pugnacious Stale, na- tion, empire, or confederacy, of ancint or .oí modern tiroes. According 10 such irresistible authorities as Rhett, Sea brook. Means, arid the like, every dear little badv that is born in Carolina has a bump of combativeness flank- ing each «de of its darling head as big as a hen*s egg. These bumps, or something in them, lead to the most interesting results. The first thing a nullifier in embryo does, on getting bis eyes open in this world, is to seize the dark huzzy that is to nurse him by the flat end ol the nose, and give it a tweak which assures her that «he holds a genuine hero in her arms. At the age of four weeks, the little son of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 July 1851

3- - - ' 8LPKF..71K COL'BT, JJLHVABY tsbm, 1851. Appeal from the District Court from Harris Co. was brought by the plaintiff against t recover a certain lot of ground The petition aiiedges that said nnd paid for by the plain- :Ie wa* in the name of one Adam who acted «« bar trustee, that 8he during sai J property and en- thereof without any ; uf Smith to the same so long er his death, the defen- dant as . miuistrator of Smith, got possesion of ty an J withholds it from her, &c. term, 1619, the defendant in his «Utftrers by a general denial. fall term following, the defendant had ► amend his mower, and amended by, 1st, : 'i I the plaintiff was at the time of the of her suit and still is the elate 's intestates estate, if I denial. plaintiff was for many years pre- the death of defendant's intestate, , purchased for a valua- , never was mauumited, but still slave of said estate. 5th. The statute of limitations of two years. 6tb. That the property sued, for land and ne- ta the prop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 5 August 1851

Published H w:<?herry.] 'Error ceases to be dangerous, when Truth is left free to combat it: [Tfcmtó $2 50 PER ANNUM- II oo sc <u- >yvc •-'12; ¡ II u- ItuC ii & íaC- fice, v IV# VOL. ff. GALVESTON TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1851. NO. 30, PUBU2X EXPRESSLY FOR THE COUNTRY BT W. CHERRY, r mechanic STREET, GALVESTON—-IE . Ttrint-%2^)< Ten copies, if be by mail at of the Post n year, So i bribers may our risk, if enclosed in the Muster. Post Mnater* are authorized to act asagrnts and deduct 10 per cent, on all moneys they remit, . ífif U3 All letter mud he prepaid. I All t.ansiéht advertisements must be paid for at he time their insertion is ordered. General Agents for the "Journal." Rio Grande City, Quintana, Brazoria, San Felipe, Ckappell Hill, Brrnkam, washington, A ndersoh, BtUcriilc, Austin, ■ '"^"hjek. La Grange, Ricknurnd, I y on a, Henderson, Rusk Co, Win. T. Cake. Robert George, R. J. Town®, N. H. Muuger, Jacob Haller, John P. Key, D. J. Kiger, H. J. Jones, Z. Hunt. Rob'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 5 August 1851

111 *' mmi ffiljt 30UVTULX. MONDAY. AUGUST 4. 1861. Attempt to Mckoeb.—A report town, a day or two since, that an attempt made to assassinate Pleasant McNeal, wealthy and ble planter of Gulf Pjro- rie. Brazoria county, by a negro belonging to one of bis neighbors, by (he name of Wesiall. A gun was fired at him through a window, the charge, a, ball and three buckshot taking effect in his shoulder. The alarm was home- mediatiy-miaed. and the negro shortly taken. . . , , . „ I'poo «apwaliw. Ü wa. a«erBmed ihst" .he ] **** ®."u" * «<*""! M.„ negro wpoiprea tpte gun had been hired by one of McNeal *a own negroe^to kill him. The neighborhood collected and investigat- ed the matter, condemned the negroes, and both were executed immediately. It is said that the guilty ones tried to impli- cate other negroes belonging to McNeal, but evidence appeared to those it those. ' ^— - 1 t SIWSflRWf fe gather the above*inform tiou from a gentleman direct from the neighborhood where the scene occurr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 5 August 1851

|ti a to Itlie ilens In tl*« SaPmto Cwwt, at Tyler, J have beeo brought a April Term. 1861* j time. It is a * > i in business t | Error from Cass D¡s-.¡¡?bSarerk j j i tOF Í.Í16 THE BtEtTKICAL FEBRIFUGE* -Madam." M B said he, the steak, make this the boar J m the fact Speed's Fever Tonic, fifst pn>-iie AVE law in Christ tenders—He encouw|rement, a reme tth oi and yet VViiO ¿mm chap down East has invented a rr It is driven by the i raireít to a very paper force of cicumstariee#. 1>1EI>—iu this city or the 31st July. Mrs Louisa Jank WijudmaW, consort of Dr. A. B xt. t Error from Cass Dist. Lusnall d, James. ) / •- ¡ when the [The opiuiouof the Court was delivered by \ not t,c ipacomb, J. I the la this case suit was brought by the defen-j/or iut i« error against tlie plaintiff in error, aud VViliiam & Cock, ou a note o( bend, ot ,-b«cb the following is a copy, i.4 Ou or be- j the l¡ re the first day of January next. I promise j cited ■o pay Ira Sturédevant 4, Co., or be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 5 August 1851

, j&g ¡É2TT" ' f. JULY 31. 1811 Ior The Candidates for the Legislature of ing about 9 o'clock, bringing N. Orleans < the 29th. The new* from Cuba, on ¿ -2 -is" Nnr Corroa.—The first bale of new cot- ton reached this market to-day. It bfroai the plantation of T. J. Coffee, on Oyster Creek—quality Fair—and is consigned to Doe- well, HiJl <fc Co. w tickets for the elec- tion, here and elsewhere, we would suggest that the flamee of all the candidates for the different offices be pot down; so (bat a voter maystiike oat all but those for whom he wishes to vote. In this way every voter will have an opportunity of knowing the names of all the candidates for each office, and will hare no difficulty in making out a ticket to suit A Cübah MSBTlftO night, 28th, Grey," four days any intelligence favorable to the it would not have failed to reach us. Gardner Fraud Case.—Oo the 19th inst. the Grand Jury of the Criminal Court, D. C„ brought into court an indictment for false swearing (in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 12 August 1851

mm Published by W. Cherry.] "Error ceases to be dangerous, th is left free to combat it" [ Temns $2 50 per annum. GAL NATURE'S NOBILITY. MERC1AL C rüy limited, to 4 ZDt mtMS journal, PtJBLIHED EXPBE88LY FOR THE (OURTEMY rW W.CHERRY, MECHANIC STHEET, 0AW88T01I TEXAS. Term —f2,5d a year, invariably in advice. Ten copies, if paid ior at one time, win be •ent to any one post office for twenty dollars a Subscribers may remit money by mail at our risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Master. f Post Masters are authorised to act as agents and deduct 10 per cent, on all moneys they remit. . ., * ¿f* All letters must be prepaid. ry All transient advertisements must be paid forat he time their insertion is ordered. General Agents for the "Journal." Rio Grande City, Quintana, Brazoria, San Felipe, Chappell Hill, Brenham, Washington, Anderson, Belleville, Austin, Wheelock, Independence, LaGrange, Richmond, Leona, Henderson, Rusk Co, Wm. T. Cake. Robert George, R. J. Towns, N. H. Munger,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 12 August 1851

RH fe. * i I I ti/D* ^Mutual, MOSTDAY. AUGUST 11, 18*1. 'y. " The Election. We have received partial returns from eeve- ra! adjoing counties, but in do instance have they contained the foil vole. Indeed, we are not able to give the complete vote of Galve - toa county, though the returns are i a to Km, hot not opened by the Chief Jjwtice. We had prepared a table showing the ag- gregate vote for State officers, so far as heard froavbttt have determined to wait until more account* shall reach us, as those are entirely unsatisfactory, though they would go lar to show the proba- ble result of the vote in the several counties baaed from. We hope by onr next publica- tion** give nearly all the vote of the West- ern district. From Tlew Orleans. The steamer A. Fuwieer arrjved at her wharf yesterday morning, bringing N. Orleans dates to Aug 7. The Clerk of the steamer A. Fusileer has fear thanks for late New Orleans papers. What's the Matter ?—We have not re- ceived a " Beacon " for several m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 12 August 1851

m «ttt án Iceberg* •ketch we copy trom an ex- chanire p'p<*riin which it appears without credit It i*probably a fancy picture, but por- tray irt trothtal color* the danger* to which 1* are expo«e<l in crossing the Banks in northern latitudes during the spring month* • "For ten days we bad fine weather and j- hi yiads, but a southerly gale sprang up a*id Mre us to the northjvard, and I then foundl* -*"' it was to be at sea. After the «•ale bad lasted a week, the wind came round lhe northward, ami bitter cold it was.— w„ fh stood ou rather further to the north Sanil^l track, I believe. It wjs night, and blowing fresh. The sky g overcasl. and there was no moon, so that 1 írknea was on the face of the deep-—not to- tal dark new, it must be understood, Ibr that id ' ijoin known at sea. 1 was in the middle watch from midnight to 4 o'clock, and had bee oo deck aliout baif an hour when the lookout forward sung out, 1 Ship ahead—atar- board—bard a starboard.' These words made the Secon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 12 August 1851

& m an^ni 11 "■ ■l"1llil ■■il la .IfiWv .... .?:-v * * Fre* C«!>«. «A Footer, j Orleans, from Havana of the 24th was ■an article wmea treats the remit of ■<**eÉr*w-r*í the 23d of 180,000 in of the pera. of near cotton were re week. —It u officially an- named gentlemen appointed by tlie held at Banks's Ar- sptThc gentlc- were requested to enter upon the performance of their duties as speedily as on Collections.—M. M. Colien, D. I. Ricardo, J. L. Levy, J. Malachi Kelly, J. L. Carman, j. Emilie Hiriart, Charles H. a Burns. E. Woód Perry, T. D. W. L. Crittenden, David Circuit, Dr. A. L. Saunders, Arthur O'Donnell, Henry Rareshide, John Petit, D. Mitchell. * ^Committee on Address.—Isaac Johnson, J. F. H- Claiborne, Cuthbert Bullitt, Christian Alex. Walker, Durant Da Ponte, W. E. Thompson, Felix Huston, Cyprien Da- four, Perry sTWarfield. For the Journal. The memorandum which follows was hand- ed to me by a gentleman well informed, and who was an eye witness of the prepartions, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 2 September 1851

ui. ■' moni'us L fn #100 > I insert- £ ili'OVc K¡ witá Irt. k-13, sysuia t tli. .i *> k!cia: _ fws ¡he Luui & is USl> 1 price, b h:tv> í smr.l. (f uare>. fc--*' SMKK w PCJUHtU «P c H F. K K V, ,Bgl,IO STREET, GALVESTON"- TEX A3. JuíZyZic pS? offl for "IsXmbcra may remit money by our ^ if enclosed in the prcecnee oí Master. post 1 and deduct 10 per qcnt. r£S4 All letters must be prepaid. AU transient adve^isements mnst be paid 'SwMaaters are authorized to act as agents JZ^£aE¡ 10 Der cent, on all moneys they their insertion is ordered. K? VjT for at he time General As«..t for the Rio Grande City. ^ Cake. Robert George, R. J. Towns, N. H. Munger, Jacob Haller, John P. Key, D. J. Kiger, H. J. Jones, Z. Hnnt. Rob't M. Elgin, JF\ L. Barziza. Jno. Thompson. Wm. H. Crutcher. O. S Sullivan- J. C Boggs. Thomas M. Likens. Johnson & Blunt. Mars/tail. Harrison Co. T. T. Gammage. Crockett Houston Co. Thomas P. Collins, Houston F- W- Smith. Huntsrnüe, M.C B^n Sicart'cwt, Po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 2 September 1851

? -V- í#**- •)* . M9VDAV, SEPT. 1. 1851. JC3r We inaert, by request, the " Bridge of Stghe," by T. Hood, one of the n ing pieces io the English language. It is now regarded as a classic. Ta* Westminster Review.— We would nail the attention of our readers tication of the Westminster Review, by Messrs t & Co., of New York. The r, which has just reach us, is re- The first article on the - eniracm-jemeni of women," shows no less aMtty tha originality, and will be more ex- tensively read than any review article that lias appeared for a long lime. The article .heboo k of travels of the French Mis- in Tartar}', Thibet and China, is a very felicitous one. The extracts ífom M. Hue's work, embodied in it, are so highly entertaining, and produce such a dra- matic effect upon the reader, that one or two of them shall be inserted in oar next. ' r Colorado River.—The Monument says (he Colorado has not been so low as it is at this time, mice 1842, and that the rains roust have eeased in the up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 2 September 1851

statute for the morder of a slave, would sus- Modesty adorne virtue, as tain a verdict for the inferior offence of " kill- ments beaufv. ítharmnmzéi ing in sudden heat and passion." This doc- trine appears to be wet! founded, on the prin- ciple, that the greater offence includes the less, and the Je« is merged in the greater, so that after an acquittal or conviction of the higher offence, it could be plead in bar, to a prosecution for a less offence. See Whortou's An . Com. Law. 141. So the judgment in this case would be a bar to á prosecution fi r an assault, or an assault and battery. On principle and authority, we believe there was no error in the court below, in rendering a judgment on {he finding of a jury. It is there- fore affirmed. No. 178 between the same parties for an assault with intent to murder George Galla- way, is a similar case, and is affirmed, on the authority ol the above. { ltobtniso Rods.—No one appears to re- alise the number of lives and the amount of propert...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 2 September 1851

Sis on Tue.-;iay the 13th inst., of there bat a short found in bis that he whs formerly , but recently from steps hare been ectfon and preservation of were permitted, some idea I advantages resulting from by supposing any one or planters to deposit ten of five per cent. United Comptroller of the State to have countersigned by him of notes lor circulation, of which, in gold and sil- t would stand pledged in trust, juld obtain five per cent per annum from the United States upon his stock and might lawfully receive as much as twelve jXMTxent. per annum interest upon Lis notes— ia all seventeen per cent., or $1,700 income upon $10,000. The public would have the advantage ol a bank note circulation of their own, independent of the legislation of other States, and so amply secured and guarded that not only the banker issuing, it but any of our citizens having the means, would be wil- ling to give gold and silver for it. We canuot perceive why free bankiog should not be favored by the peop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 2 July 1852

Wnhls 3ouvnah I EXPRESSLY fOjtt THEÍOÜSTBY W W, cipe**v.. ;uaj ic street, galye8t0s, texas. $250 a year, it paid at the time of £ $3 if paid within six months; and i I ¡f payment be delayed until after six months! j ians discontinued until all arrear- j copies* if paid for at one time, will be sent r one post office for twenty dollars a year. . ericbers may remit money by mail at onr enclosed in* the presence of the Post Mas- • -i" i Masters are authorized to act as agents 10 per cent, on moneys they remit. -All letters must be prepaid. • All transient advertisements must be paid : time their insertion is ordered. SfSQfe] . — m ■'** iw t t ^ * .i-,-""" " . ■ .. . * . V ii¡ í-tQ.r.w r -• •. ' %i «i Ü Published by W. Cherry. J in "Error ceases to be dangerous, when is left free to combat it" 8%t $ouvuul. No. ie. Scenes in Western Texas. by an englishman. «The Dance." resting Tor a night at the !,A!ham- ?ruoo« compound resting o i ifv in «-«i - in India sola, 1 took a boat to go toTexi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 2 July 1852

*11.1 Ctje journal. este H. U. SMITH., Editor Ourdutv is plaia: abide by (be pas , sustain <<w rasures <a tbe c0saprc401.se fa itfcfuHy, cease JCiltoiial í¿ TCa>¿H u«tcJ*uu Western Texas— Comal and Hays Pottnlies .imitation tmdjra* for gooee and tatrioHso of >fiiwUineea(Prori«ieiice — got. Wiigkt, ;mid heaotifuJ valleys which <iAbVK8TU>' ** JOUR* AI/* KOB i. £2. haud of the Itusbandmao to develope their ag- Tbc Weekly and Semi-Weejriy Journal will be riruitural resources. eminently a journal of news as wcH a# a jwtilical Gen. R. B. Campbell, an intelligent South paper; aod it will be tf* coiwtfíutt etfvKt «f tbe | Carolinian, has a fine large plantation on the proprietor 10 malte It acce^abie * all cla***.- Qf the Salado where the road crosses the Tbe latest jfiteUigeoee from all parts of oar c««u - |s(reara> HU corn and cotton promise an Hi(í CU> VEX i'lü>. Our Limits will not allow us to publish in —AVtc firaunfels and San MqWos. \,uH lbe Proceedings ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 2 July 1852

í V &i)t 3íoumaL The Supply *f Cotton, 'he Charleston Voarier bays that thcríol- Lg, froto MCÁÜmer Jf Smith's T4 me* -of t>íh inst.. «nmnate* frotn a pen that Itius Colore j tven very valuable iufurujulionon une subject. onr publication ol last Wednesday. we ted n letter from ;i correspondent. onTtlie |y and Prúe of Cotton,? ol which we; mjet\ 10 lake notice on an early oceásion. "fulfilbnentofour intentions bus been has-j [i v theexcitement which prevailed lust: in the Liverpool market, and by the! cotton purchases whic|f have recently „ made on specula ¡ion. may be in 'be recollection of mast of our i lei*, «bat at the end of x\lay last year, al-l attempt had been made to excise the tap***' market, we addressed them on the ie subject, and ventured to express an opi-j i that cotton, so tar from advancing' in e would probably decline in value during; summer mouths. The price was then! ¡nit 5 1-4*1- '°r Middling Orleans cotton, ¡n a month or six weeks thereafter n i dropped to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 2 July 1852

SCOTT, A. GRA- „ f / the at this oCour placed for the the roan* MMfE*. mm — proprietor ih poli- the great North- voted on the of New Orleans, A vol- thus been as- of New Orleans, in fur- Thisls a lafg- ever been voted by any •urh improvements. New Orleans i in London there on very reasonable the iron, and en- Texas •at ranks seve- weil. Let \ of the party on choose todesig. awasa. VOTER. declaring re will be in Jomb.—The Pittsburgh í a very severe storm was and, In the ?, on the night of the «th for some time. eneed to fifteen .for killing i Fort Bend and made tipo of (Jen. Scott may be altogether m acceptable t« the Sooth that'of President Fillmpre wooM have yet it cannot bat be admitted on all hands that the nomination is the strongest t could have been made by the Whig every section of the Union ' fear of being charged He has subscribed, with- ! out qualification, to the platform adopted by Convention, and pledged himseli to tain the Constitution. What more cat *anv man ? can que...

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