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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 June 1846

HV . - HPIft- TiHTI$-mm$5 lift advasBce. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end of the year iU "s-V . HHtta Ai4fed9feHfe b h jfe mamwmm wm 4feiem ata m m ra && fl a Mk zm.m A mammmsmwa HirBiiiiisiMTeii Tn rsiipii nisin wm& wmw i-WTrn ah..- -. h v ivm m m b ks? onai mm mt am h i u - - imw.mm m i hi v m r w m h hki hi kk w vm . btkw hr bh . mm iak tv tbp nsmuynH iu jell unwrn flaw seamo he ilia i eki BY CKUG-ER & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. TEitMS Subscription, per 12 months or 52 nunibets, 5 00 6 " 26 " - - 3 00 " " 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 " " single paper, ----- 13 Nooredil will bs'given for subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, $ 1 00 " 2d and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 " Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 " -Announcement oJ Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff?, on all legal notices. Persons desirous ol advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 s...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 June 1846

Vsv jy effort at reconciliation. The cup of forbearance bad been cxliduatei even before the recent information from the frontiHpihe Del Norte. But now, after repeated menaces, Mexico has passed the boundary of the United States, has invaded our territory, and shed American Mocd upon the American soil. She has proclaimed that hostil- ities Tiave commenced, and that the two nations are now at war. As war exists, and, notwithstanding' all our efforts to avoid it, exists by the acts of Mexico herself, we are called upon byevejy consideration of duty and patriotism to vin- dicate with decision the honor, the rights, -and the inter- ests of our country. Anticipating the possibility of a crisis, like that which has .arrived, insluctions were given in August last, "as a precautionary measure'' against invasion or threatened invasion, authorizing General Taylor, if the cmeigency required, to accept volunteers, not from Texas only, but from the States of Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Tn- "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 June 1846

. -assies--- Tiie6nlj-representatives who voted ngainsi ihe bill authorising the President to carry on the war against Mexico, were Messrs. John Q,. Adams, Ash- mnn, Cranston, Culver, Delano, Giddings, Grin- neluHndson, D. P. King, Root, Severance, Strohm, Tiiden and Yauce. . In theSenate ihe vote stood as follows: Yeas Messrs. Allen, Archer, Ashley, Atchison, Atlferton, Bagby, Barrow, Uenton, Ureese, liright, kCameron, Cass, John M. Clayton, Colquitt, Corwin, t Crittenden, Dayton, Dickinson, Houston, Jarnagin, Jenness, Johnson, of Maryland, Johnson, of Louis- Sana, Lewis, McDuffie, Mangum, Moorehead, Niles, .Pennuybacker, Rusk, Semble, Sevier, Simmons, Speight', Sturgeon, Turney, Upham, Westcott, Woodbridge, and Yuke 40. NA vs. Messrs. Thomas Claytoa and Davis 2. .Senators Berrien, Caehoun and Evans, being in their seats, did not vote. The other members whose names are not recorded above, were absent. When Mr. Crittenden's name was called, he voted 'ay,- except the preamble." So al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 June 1846

t- HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. Corrected weekly, for the Telegraph. BY J. D. GROESBEECK. ARTICLES. From ALE & PORTER, pr. bbL APPLES, do BAGGING, Kent'ky p. yi JBALE ROPE, per lb. "Kentucky Bagging, --Manilla, ; ; : ; ; BREAD, pet lb. Pilot, - BUTTER, per lb. Goshen, CANDLESperlb. Sperm, CHEESE, per lb. ; : COFFEE, per lb. ; ' CIDER,;per bbl. ; ; CORN, per barret, ; COT TON, per Ik ; ; FLOUR, new, per bbl. CFLSH,perbbl. Alackerel, No. 1, ; . Herring, per box, ', , Cod," per ox, ; ; ; GLASS -per box, - ..Window, S by 10, --. 10 by 12, FFFG GUN POWDER, per keg. Rifle, canister, ; ; ; ; IRON, -per ton, ; ; ; Sweds, ; ; ; ; ; English, ; ; ', ; j American rolled, ; ; ..tlW hamrnored,; -; -XARDrperlb. - - ', j LEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar, LIME, per bbl. - - -LUMBER, perIM feet, .Boards, yellow pine, - white do, - MOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS, 2d a 20d, per lb. -OILS, per gallon, Linseed, 0'ive,-per doz. POTATOES, per bushel ftROVISIONS, pcrTbbl. ft -Beef, No. 1, v - - - ;. .cargo, - - - - .Por...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 June 1846

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 June 1846

----w-i&-wr Jsris& '? ' -SPfcJWCT' "" "PB ez4jmai&njLy!WJ;jcits! 4 js. S" Sec. 2. Bevlt further jenac'ecf, That the inhabi- tants residmgjn the limits defined In the preceding- section,tshaU be eulii.leo' to all the rfghts, -privileges, . iod:im'tamiTtles!pjoyed by the-Inhabitants of'the. several'untleslnthe State, except having asepar aterepresfentation in the legislature, and a separate- lahdttJfstncT and the citizens of "the .said county of jJton shalLvofeavith the citizens of Robertson -)or Senators andjnembers"td'the House of Representor tivelhJheXegislaiure,until such time as. the said counTyofEeon, shall be entitled to a separate rep rjE&entalion; andthat the said county of Leon 'shall j)fy'thVone-fifthpart of the debt of the county of RQberison, and that debt to be ascertained by Com-missioners-appointed'by each county SecVBs -Be h'iurtherenactedj That this act shall take effect and be in foYce froma"nd after its passage. -Apprgved,17ilrRCfch, 1846. - if?-' -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 June 1846

r ja&dm " jBSBBMHJ laiPHOTBiujivT oe Houston -Althougfi more tfinnttundred of the dtfzens of Houston have re- c ii'iv none to the armyj and a large numtter of in- dus nous and enterprising mechanics liave thus beayLrawn from their pursuits, "sail the citypre- seiftlie same animated and bustlingvaDpearance that crWacterisedmprevipus to the commencement ' of hostilities.' The houses are all occupied 'and we belike-that there,is not a tenable tenameni n the .city to rent. JNo less than tweiv.e Jarge'DncR build- ings are under, contract to one contractor, to be erec- JftfccUprevious lo the" first day of October next. . Sev- eral others will probably be erected by other con- tractors. -The - Planters residing high up the TFrriily, Brazos, and even on the Colorado, -are ofteir 'seen in our streets making purchases They prefer to transport their cotton to this mar- ket, to incurring the risk and expenses "incident to the navigation of those rivers. We believe that if railroads were com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 June 1846

--" -: "3;j . ! RRENl. . , Tile era hIi. " v-c, w D.l3REBEGit ''' ' , . :Wg JZb 'ieftarfex f ..- .ALE&S'PRyEpr. bbl. hOP JO .oof pleniy scarce ao.ue- , plenty. . do atOO- -"-Wfc .BifiMjreDiy P. s-m-Ao; J.. -d A-r-1cri?riDto oW. te j ' s o v .6- 22. .iv goad -supply ."2(K 'BEA,TeY:lb Pilot,. ;i .' -UCTBRinjenlk .psaer.,; " f?' npnft: . Opt r9 h3. 9 15 "10 'E, J?er lb? - -,-. f -GW5JER; pejsbbi $: G$RN: -per kfeT j-ft- llED Ul&iithvper obi. - - .fiarpejbi., ' ) I blacker-el. No. lri ? i . Mf 9 "60 'plenty - .M good supply BMtf .i 16 00: iicrnrfg,- ppj:BDX$, . j i 5k n i?xy scaTce. h2,00;1 wkt none, : t-r J fcut oQ? f3i00 3.50 3 00 fair'supply. scarce M&Tm BO W UKK, -.jpbjpb iileTcanister,,; - ;-'j IRON.jper ton, -"-$"- ?' .vS8ftr '; f r. SrcanJrdledV '. -J i.S ,00 S0D .00. 75 good supply 10(T 00 120400 l20j00 i20-i) 100 00 U'O 00 , : isn.firi 160" .on: " iMRD.DerliS - ' 9- T..rVcvw-uV)K ?fcTJrtVr-.1i Woof JJCT,KJLV4JC-iUU -.UJa.lUjgB LllVlitf:Tjerbbl.-',.,r -.;.-: 'fitfjMB...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 July 1846

t ISTER. - .SWf J- TJBItJ?I$m.m$5 in advance. Published Weekly. or 7 at the end ol (he -year Tiii'T iiTiiT" ' i , .,. . ii Tii n in t BY CRUGER & MOORE. PU'tfiA'isaiSD BY CRUGER & MOORE, ": " T JS ft .YB . 5oB8CKiPTioH,T)er 12 months or 52 nurubeis, 5 00 . . " G " 26 " - - 3 00 lie ' - 3 " 13 " -." Of?- " j single paper, - - - . 2 00 13 2jYo 'credit will be given for subscription's. A'DTEH.Tisiuc., 1st insertion, - - per square, $ 1 00 ,"r i 2d and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 c . Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 -" . L Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 Adtscountof lOpei cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff-', onHiH legal notio-s. Perjns desirous oi advertising by the quarter can do so on the fa'iowing terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing, 2 squares each week, per quarter, S5; 5 squares, chaining 3 each week, 30, Gsqaares, changing 4 each week, $33. All idvcrti-mentsentwithoul7prfsninslructionswilJ nn-less'sooa-T forBid, be i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 July 1846

8Z m diDg within said limits shall be entitled to nil the Tights and privileges enjoyed by the inhabitants of the severul counties in this State, except as to the right of separate lepresentation and a separate land district. The inhabi- tants of said county shall severally be considered as at- tached to the county from which they were taken until entitled by numbers to separate representation. rx Sec. 3. Beit Timber enacted, That James E Hopkins, "Robert Hargrove, James Ward, William Wilkins and Barker, be, and they are hereby appointed com- missioners, whose duly it shall be tojind the centre of said county, and select two places within three milesof said centre, 'having due respect to donations that may be offered toy individuals, of land or property, for a town site for the use oPthp. county. The commissioners shall then pro- ceed fojiold an election, and the.place receiving the great- estmamber of voles shall be the county seat of said coun- ty;jmUiiq,place so selected shall be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 July 1846

r t Commodore Moore. We have leuriied with much satisfaction, that the President has expressed a determination to restore this gallant 'and highly meritorious officer to a rank in the U. S. navy, sim- ilar to that he held in the navy of Texas. We be- believe, if the voice of the people of Texas could be heard, it would be found cordially approving the fol- lowing resolutions that were adopted unanimously in the two houses of the Legislature, at the last ses- sion. The previous resolutions of Congress, and of the Convention, recommending this gallant offi. cerlothe favorable consider.! lion of the General Government, hae been approved in all sections of the republic. A tew political spaniels acting pro- bably, under an erroneous opinion that their idol wished to persecute this officer even without cause, have endeavored to create the impression that he was a defaulter to the government. This base charge was made at a period when he could not procuie his vouchers at Austin to prove hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 July 1846

31-." -A T 1n 84, pBSBBTfgggHHI HUUAXAN PRI-CES CURRENT Corrected weekly, fur tlie Telegraph. z ', BY J. D. GROESBEECK. - ARTlfJpES. ALE-&yPORTER, pr. bbl APPLESjAl"! do BAGGlNGtlK:enjy p. yd BALE ROPETperlb. Kentucky Bagging, -Manilla, !j4?3 s f 1 BREAD, per lUPilot, -BUTTE Rr-nerlfa Goshen CANDLES, per lb. SgfirnT UHEEStt, pergB?if ; COFFEE, pe. J ; CrDER, per bbl. ; J, CORN.per "barrel, 'COTTON, per lb: ; ; FLOUR now, per bbL -"FISH, per bbl. ' Mackerel .No-. 1 1- r ooa, per box, ; 5 -rt G LASS per box, WindowSBy 10, - - 10 12, - - FFFG GUN POWDER per keg. Rifle, canister, 71 ; 1 IRON, person, , -, -, ' ', Siveds,- -; ; ; ; ; English, .a; r ) J American rolled, ; ; do rTarnmored, ; ; LARD, per 16. - - ; ; LEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar, LIME, per bbl. - - - -LUMBER, per-M feet, Boards, yellow pine", - -'white do, MOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS, 2d a 20d per lb. -OILS, per gallonf Linseed, Lard,,- X -- ,- O ivo, ppr'doz. - POTATOES, per biislul PROVISIONS, per bbl. .Beef, Nb.l, - - - - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 July 1846

ar- TEiiJgi-$o in advance. Published Weekly. or 7 at the end ot the year BY" CRUGER & MOORE. rim h n hi n npTwwM" ' uw it1 Jiwfii.Jt.ii in ' m iaa t'U'diilSdclJ BY CRUGER& MOORE. T ES SI .Tl s . Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbeis, $5 GO . C " 2G " - - 3 00 3 " 13 " - - 24)0 single paper, - - - - - 13 53- Kqr.rediL will be given for subscriptions. ADVEftTisiriG, lt insertion, - - per square, fi. I 00 2.1 and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 dNcoantof 10 per cent, on theabove rates will be made to sheriff--, on all legal nolios. Pars ms desirous oi advertising by the quarter can do soon the following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, S5; 5 i-quares, changing 3 each week, 30; Gsquarcs, changing 4 each week, All idverti-mentsseniwithoul7orifsninslructions will un- less soo i r forbid.be inserted six months, and charged accor dingly. N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 July 1846

JL r 86 Content. A gentleman had a board put upon a part of his land, on which was written, ''I will give this field to any one who is really contented,"and when an applicant came, he said, "are you contented?" The general rrply was, "I am." Then rejoined the gentleman, "what do you want with my field?" Touching. A certain lady had two children, girlrs both young, and nearly of the same age. But the eider one by some whim or accident possessed all the mother's affections there was none for the younger nothing but harshness. Very lately the mother fell sick and was confined to-hcr bed. While lying there she heard gentle steps approaching it. "Is it you, my child?" said the sick woman. "No, mamma," naively and softly said the younger one, "ilismc." Most parents, and all mothervwillunderstand this simple answer. ;n- Thereisa mountain at the head of the Gulf of Bothnia, where, on the 21sLofJune, the sun does not go down at all. Travelers go up there to see it. A steamboat goes from . St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 July 1846

91 Ih-n Gov. Henderson intends to accompany the expedi lion against Mexico, and it is probable, therefore, that he will be absent from the capital several months. The steamboat Little SallyV Capt, Adam, arrived at our landin on Wednesday fioro Galveston. This vessel, we learn vvas built at Galveston for the trade of Chocolate b.you, and will probably soon return to resume her trips bctwoen Galveston and Liverpool. We understand that the steamboat Columbia, (formerly the Ellen Frankland.) which was snagged and sunk in the Trinity a few weeks since, is considered a total loss. Mormons The Mormon families that anived at Austin a few weeks since, are still encamped near that " city, and several of the mechanics of the company have been employed in the city. They intend to settle imme- diately on the Indian frontier ; but they say that they will s-lect a permanent location as soon as the line is estab lished designating the boundaries of the Indian territory They appear to be a very harm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 July 1846

"i8; -5i"3V " - 'fteT' Tsy .-3 -r: :- j5e "V"' Sff- KRS-I JilfJ'rtT?1 88 HOUSTON PRICES CURRENT. " Corrected veeUlyJ";for t11 Telegraph? BY J. D. GROESBEECK. i a fre ARTICLES. From To Remarks. ALEV& PORTER, pr. bbL AEELES, do BAGGING.Kent'ky p. yd -BA ROPE, per lb. '.Manilla., ; ; : ; BREAD, per lb. Pilot, BUTTER, per lb, Goshen, CANDLES, per lb. Sperm CE1EESE, per lb. ; j ; COFFEE, per lb. ; ; CUDER, per bbl. ; , ; CORN, per barrel, ; ; - COTTON, per lb: ; ; ; FLGUR,now, per bbL - FISH, per bbl. Mackerel, No. 1, ; . ; Herring, per box, ; r God, per"box, ; ; ; ," G If ASS per-box, Window, 8 by 10, - - 10 bv 12, - - FFFG GUN POWDER, "per keg. Rifle, canister, ; ; ; ; IRON, per ton, ; ; ; Sweds, j ; ; ; ; English, ; ; ; ; ; "American rolled, ; ; - do hammored, ; ; LARD.perlb. - - ; ; LEAD, per 100 lbs., Bar, LIME, per bbl. - - - -LUMBER, per M feet, Boards, yellow pine, - white do, iMOLASSES, per gallon, NAILS, 2d a 20d, per lb. -OILS, per gallon, Linseed, iud, XD.'ive, .per doz. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 July 1846

. ., -sr- sf - E!SS3f5ZZS-Z&3CSS?& CT teT" wssssssSBasatt&sesg- && """. ":- Ss- DEMOCRATIC TEL TJ8SJfIS-:-$5 in advance. BY'CRUGER, & MOGRR. PUBL.ISHED BY. CRUGER. & MOORE. TEKiflS. Sobscbiptiok, per 12 months or 52 nunibeis, $5 00 6 " 26 - - 3 00. ' " 3 -" 13 " - -, 2 00 " " single paper, ..... 13 T&No lred.il will be given ft r subscriptions. Advertising, lit insertion, - - per square, $ 1 00-. j aa ana suDsequeni insertion, ; - - 5U c . .Political cards, each insertion," - - 4 00 Announcement ol Candidatesperanno't, 10 00 Adiscountof lOper cent, oniheabove raies'will be made to sherife, on all legal notices. , Persjns desirous of advertising by fhe quarter can do soon the following terms: Per 4 squares, wuh the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, $25; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, $30, 6 squares, changing 4 each week, $35. All advertisements sentwithouUortfteninstructions will un- less sponer forbid, be insenedsix months, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 July 1846

thaaK B uTwij to'Sao AtatonJc de Bexfcr. &roiaeoloth Keaiackyiidtme iGf fNS la whkh Brieadier-Gefteral jred wills civ-tog ii'MEJfe'liirf. m Atkacsasbsltaiion w wirfredgfre mkmc? h Brercv BcijradieneweMKAwKkapaltj er.'fginentsaj5diaU)iijqfio)te'y rilEjsl. be sasltatcs, laiida u.iiprMHLectat tatftefej ,- laeat at Mobrf e&rfl 20s St. Tasb. Texs&ftaertf. iikVlEeUMO ordered to sn? A.i.rjauoS-Ji.-f . z.iii:ii 1 i.iaa..i.l"i.. c iiHH'wr jMm&m&VlM&lKSmi www awP iv yi -- -vol tli8j"JiBtgfe jit w m ' t if rpcoHMfflbg&th a ?" t,3 r.Mi.':ifi :--. m:a ' : -SWtWH.3 JSjflMtyXMgg StUiUilJVAfJ.. .$ lsCBr, 'HSiaSP'l'f5' Eui' fcF& HfWlItJI m,5mi3W! UU01IJkt-liCaiUir- sssrAi . JA-KSS i:?i37snKT ihmc .ni iiiii.r:tjiiikC'hiiiBnaaHJC wEntaa v bi iBBJiwbuuMbT... Sterapjbuag faMfek'ftsxsSckSi ctntccMf ojJ miHwmn PRTiinnaicn iraiiiiKTKAf'K. nuiiH-(iu-t's tiiti iiuv ? ssr: ":r?;y.Ti::ss;: rtrst"" i ::: nrn Jaw andegdlaitorisjJBy order c( MajorlGnjJTJ Scott H13 iSscTsHencvKSfecv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 July 1846

r supporud on a $ lb rice per day, furnished by ihe government (or each person, thus dying by inches, and should anv of our countrymen see fit to again extendUheircharily to these islands, it would not be misapplied; the residents at Gambia have sent ovei GO J -bushels of African corn, lo be "distributed a- liwngst llio most necessitous at Uorta Vista(and in case of a f.imine who are they,?) but with the proviso that no slave- holder was to have any share of this charity so that a man cursed with siaves was thrib- ly cursed in himself and wife, his children and his slaves, a curious idea, of philanthropy this Brit- ih charity, when no doubt the donors themselves were owners of numerous apprentices, liberated slaves. Strange xas it may appear, the General Govern- ment and Council of these Islands afterta preamble on the state of the Islands, have decreed 40 raise the duties on flour from 1000 to 1200 reas per barrel on negro head tobacco, from 75 to SO reas Amer- ican Cigars 1200 to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 July 1846

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