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

.. •:' Je ., ^ ■ V ' / Ua \ ■ !: ¡Él ? 3i T"' 9¡l:4t IB" JMíctaaol^i «i luíli mi mt n.| Wüat WthMttiuV'-'A Attwrpíyiw* wicket*) ^ A ihe tfcd bf Üke LI mm riiieihoiits Insertedid HnMMKta. .; ■ V !o -"'XJj, VMhB 4HIoÉnn* oéi b'iAíaoi or,iliv u#<?c | £jH^3£T ■«UKlMSnaP o ♦ >«' "¡ai* a *t fflr^MjÉriarb imd utjrtnwy noiioe* t .!•«>. j . 'j«n a,l| (MMf 3P ffffll WT Sfl JW« íñao íuhn^, ^«SV^f inn law. .ourselves ■ .HH «ack pjjbuo litU tu fijan u -'i¿a'il 17 . to U le, and jlnnk we K&vi , in u riera! déhii • The Pieshlen^tjendfcd' á p -*M*i#ife'*n>tflüfcfü¿n¿c aíK#fe |iaího*bf %MiléÍs> AiffslciVíéfé Utsgeí1 the'feband -ijtfyfc ^*^ti rt-whiub lyus pepead1 iVxas ny wouudsr and caused ao much injury to ttf The rebufce'be uiterad agafi -¿MftnlftM atoWrwraíOfrWs>cHarfco«w¡>iwho'h iung'buaiéd' tüemse'lvtfB im Uraduologi• tii'n mótt whMinwbmtog'iñv púfay. wke- iré mam tkíMña,'fl?h0 Utrd^ect aud písttivK.trarf rcfttirtttód'eiAifee* of abolitionism, tiesso «cy dP'Me^uoi ^nd ...

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

Wm&r, m'r ■" -. •• ■ if w"*i in jy-'i'l'T !l? ,;. ij f"' '■ i ' 'fijy 7*-¡J' **w* ir s '■># . m ■fflHH ftÉMÉÉÜÍHÉÉ í ¿jmfFW) v., J¿t¿ Ím '•:;V;\. ■ .; whol fretirin Canajilp ,b«4 Spanish Priests , wUw Mvf* aporaries has last spring made sn "in- ta Auna to murder the Mier of bis communication d'AfFsires, to w ;tfw*l^v I not be i eulical letter illuded to by 1 pretend to believe, U.tt te was on to cause tbe death oftbe at Mier, it is tbe same in sub- ;bt variation ot Ian* or object. It is easy remark, ibat MU - 'H « Mjmi stauee "•^awlfflfé ~ ••*—' " - mxm gage cannot change to aee bow,, by taking revived the {cannot be material to the brought to an iaaue between tl ment of Mexico, whether ¿hey wei immediate and' legal ordera of the Texaaor not," the, impression may be tboae who do not know the circumaiancea it was written, that it was designed to Anna a pretext for inflicting the pe •aid "the YV*- w*,Lei iff tato tmdauthority." : 11^of *osentme%wBicb these 1 with instructions f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 18 November 1843

Setting forth the menta and claims «f tlwnu The chair unpointed Am * Clark, lí. Qrif Sweet, O, Al. Robar'. , apd W-'C. ¿djó r«l ittce, proceedings of thia meet , ÍV« "'« Red Lander, and that the o rí,WfíPliPe,# 111 'w^It^public are requested lo put a vv r b .. A M l)AVIS,Cb.K. A. W. CuiiOeld, becretaiy. France and Brazil.—Ext ract from the Pari rcepovdpoce of I lie National Intelligencer. Thffijaipnge of the Journal <¡ea Dubai ♦ bin*., is nearly engiUssed with a magnifi pifoiikm <?f the benefits which French comr munntai'turee may derive from liberal andi Br >l4l the adjoii Xanadu, it appears ¡•■lay. The recent pdy of Rriiisii ond | tiesa provinia.) their ttoopa, and ihe rapi y well auggeat a don ' <n ,*"d.#e,'lement i " Jhne in many others, y I religion and political descendants of (lie ~ 1 . álñl :¡ZtUL 'ir • atoly i«í¡ of 1Lb „ liberal andsxi iirae wtth Brasil, which the fortunate Prince do Joi.ivillo invites and faeilil wmer celfbrátee the pie valence of the monarch ...

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

i i' ■ . SjP |"'ÍV 7 <'[ ! nú ¡i • i '('> *« " p Uta !¿á£* .. • round Pari , the case of arminj cd lar a period SfdctJUi ueceaaUy. an rally «ItdwédlUi Úe 'ilio im- vasion. Latterly, however; a' 85 man ni the | Hoi|« the b (he Net* flpnaiifle b prrociple wilioe strikingly manifest. "Rut Ihe noil ingenious part of tho Ar¡ consists ¡D establishing the filet that the ably degenerate, when fhey colonize the ¿««sin and do not defcenerole when ifcev colonize any cm temperate cone. He appeal* to the actu. * pe Horn, redness of rpent of Dr. Lake* eapt'o^'do-lnVari- al temperate Bone, lit of the Norths actual condition Uflhe colonia lá of Buenos Ay rea/ of Sojth Africa, tí* New Holland, and Van Diaman'a Land, in proef of tfaia position; It appear* then, that II «¡Hi „ not only inca|5ablhaa yet of pro* m ourtiala which have from the ficaiion bill, with some others subject ta the reservation alUtifed he ¿oVerrirttetit fbr thé s^ppofcd "L(9 , arinapwnt, from no other ility.QLfli y dem-. .h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 25 November 1843

nm t - b \*m |fíuiltHf oíf*r «ori itJSC'J din tt til HIV m 4tto^" . nBUMi III irE>NE8P«J ANO S¿ At f 8 pet annum payable yrhhíu «i* month*, f tO at ll>a eyd f>f th^ ¿ y "masaste'™ lioií, ¿«¿h subsequent idwrtlbn fifty caati. ■qufcfS* Ad**ri¡gemquu inserted mhW "SSfeffiStó0 ineiUH, df ciuAttatesTor Office, *r« conaiiiewd ai varttomawtk''1 «iU-itA ¿ktui:.- ,t ,,<> Sue oar Mwr¡nH« *Oíl pbitmuy notices p! m^ lhai) •wath 9d v« r >HK.e um v; ;; t 'T fñw-..n nijg mrnui Falls* one bf the^ orld. The aettl«men<,tif the' a U. States, noLwil its beijíg I tiber ■ that: w l RH I Statea than qan bp ras not indeed t -■ urM-'ii m*:irsrrr-rr~7-z tJIT W,EP g%gAY, NOVEMBER £ ing towugmg ^ewi to/riniwlay.^brve MBJ we h^d'B^tlwSam Houston, frptn New < it id itxrft , ;u:l ycsterde W Ííyjí ^ ;?4jm if tut it! Kofi.' J W Hemphill, Chief Justice: o Ylúmm Oh t) é Ütóy S „ ^SMlaTm b iTi.(t urnttiati fromjlouuo,,. • £¡rV" r, ly vinthis both the TÍinity audi Braio ; tivara wefe ¡ tin high,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 25 November 1843

T •■•i ,$*:• f'íf: , ■ ■.. f* V • ' J V fe- ' •ivW W', ,>7—T da Ip . íyV the Flirt ... i -.1 k proposed i . Anns received lit, at the recent man— blio en- tb Fienci | and mili- u mvi 'v:s ' ijg ban of bia nation, but did under aueh circumstances. It1 t«B>e they vol at Veia Cms that a Bri- bad been ordered to appear ;,tbia wu probably nothing but sur- mise. Serious difficulties with England were, how- ever, apprehended even by persons of the greatest intelligence. The English Minister had left the Thó^Mexican steamers Were undergoing repairs at Vera Cruz, hot were deatitute, or nearly ao, of crews. Mow that the humbjlig and excitement growing out the secret law relative to the Navy, and the want rmony and concert between the Elective and id of the Navy have paaaed off, and that no fur- icusoeXiits for concealment and mysticism upon ul'ject, we hope that both the people and their éútátivea and agenta will be able to take a calm diapaaaionate view of the whole subject and to viae...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 25 November 1843

of ifie 18ih of January, before it tras known , what their fate was,, because it was uncertain, and variou conflicting reporta were in circulation m regard to T&UjtumpL- tmytM 18th qf Janear .' con- _ ^ frUÚna the publication of General Hunt's letter, gav- dissatisfied with the coarse ofyour lnir that Col. Fisher and others bad "refused obedi- ffPMWe loths Uw.roii caeW' e |e to (be Generara orders." This inteHijfence «Í * would roach Mfttsmoras in tpn days liom this cilyr «yMRMdM country." I say, obey 'lent.' Mt df the Constituían and I' to know, tbat my coa o try men and in four days nro.vld reach Mexico, tbey bad not Y y\ht¿fk the flag of this couiitry to cover ibena. How, then would the nations of the world regard tbem' Ón the 18¡h uf January, they are denounced tó world as bandits and robbers, through the c of the Telegr&ph, by having refused obedience to t legitimate orders of their proper .officers. Yet have come in for a large share of abuse' in relation this matter. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 25 November 1843

y 35?' ■ ;?"■■■ m¡¿ le for WJtño i.' ■$,;■ yt ftt- vsjí,' ilítíb 'ij ' **; C<M, grxc Advine** íTTT i í # tesscr?-" ;—r- ■« * < «• ""> " o. H/pa kooXP-y; JrtMfl London , Glove*, Ac. y> A«- Ac. :ir; ; No. C.Slrapd, (opposite fhe Cub/oto House.) Galveston, Texas. i reaBiDiiity ■ ,XL'.. ni proved ti ■nd "I ** F Galveston Texas. «Wml WwMMii When the precise operation of tbépropellsr had been ii«b< l>1ifi*d, in iba modal bóát already referred to C plain Siockton u> the government for mean* lo lost it# value, in Ion with a national vaeael. The Secretary of the Navy •nded it to Congrésat and jit WU soon rumored that the -Captain hid permission to test the invention, upon either the Mississippi or Misaonri, two steamers then on the stocks; a(id wa believe that the experiment would have beoo made upon •one of these vessels, had they no been already loo far advanced admit oflhe necessary aUeration, unlet*# considerable ex- ante. Ifliowever as .ranch had been known a* i* no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 9 December 1843

fm V 'J r MIL 3pi ■ ' i- Mm tJ'rtl wMkW. lo iho country, «I ffi country,«iva paran tN«t-4*Mr«ri*NMi ^iittaáÉaTTiI^j * i " .¥ y;:! a«w!U^:ii J kdHL... i, u i !■- . JL - ■i- ■ Novt>4d.< . WÉn¿S«^Pll ■i OMimhM kff I |,«<WWWbe6|/sei|i«*#l ] .pf w^inf"* «#• ! wi« I n I rihilung ^ i |tNP"*>7 IWWÍI W BWTV 1 ' 'W w*i *''uíMw'áisH * "JB™®ie DECEMBER ■' ^1 . ft i ■" •■■*• ' * i iVi'l't U . III" ) Sabios. with a cargo m Met Wand, * i ' <*«*' We*"htffr^ l4¿iw'flirfi !C4r\ . as¡ ieoerp lp Mexico wap to 'wiw tiwn .•> Com mméHí f onfMltig i di- lhim<ffibe whole |Md to states and f, which hsrvebeen Rpam>! M«r , would have boon.applied! , tod Many ruinous uud onjust % mam fi rm«l of bis torddwp. í *HKS | ing person*I lapdap" n pff ■• «i. • The fcctlbat Corpus Cbristi from the Ri *'Grande is ailribuH r'thehet**1 *«!«•; Aiítí tho feifl it Mler.'tbe'j jíh ¿w* $ terminate on ibeJWlb, ajsdk wAt expected piity of traders torald leave for Texas shortly At'iW- ■ *'■■■-• <díiÍ A i,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 9 December 1843

? : •• ha.1 H unintelligible J chief object of wliuto* 'h 3* t.Mfh K|L thagalj^* ii.V against pei^uah* disliked* t he would dm boldly, and ha íWbttf.'réfuítng'fo Wo hi* r.ico covered, Slid telling tbé Sheriff when bo wo. ready. T% 4JgHa.«n Ci.ixou of lb. % Contain, a very gbodfii.turcd andhumorous description of the mili- tary "demonstration" recentlymade herej but, aa Nf,*' jgs .k aar ~ * purport. HP <L t.hf assertion of bia be- ^jfbe atoiiea are for part eMagéiated and improbable, and, M a ' Texlatr, the most absurd which could be imagined. «m earn ves ibe velocity to add 'ft * fm W¡?$¿ ' and ihey feaypf worn ch apparent humility, we have farther notoriety to the affair Citizen's account. Qurs is yet too be split up into permanent A ffea*,majority of the people, aro well - «ware that tliolr oWn prosperity and advancement'de- étind upbfi tbe success and prosperity o! the c«uW- m ti|ro aimiinj at and Taboiing for these enda. It ia natural that differences of opinion ahould arise ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 9 December 1843

¥KM?S| m l4®,i?g^: 4o continue bis labor. , po'ordtamoui.twl andtaki nirtHe plouoh in his finished tbe nun's day's task fur him. A monu_ has Jmm>« fr«cte«l on (bis spot, eousjslh.g of an pedestal, apon which i* parched^an Austrian tin that side of the pedestal wbicli is turned ti ifce road i be empeioi is" represented diivii - "■ raw lm"«if '-te' !' cabmen m wew Xor* to f|*r!«*lfetU On last week-r-anya one of thetr city papo ra sume Noah's Times—*a gentleman and It ing but ,f the Cha,ham theatre, a, the do, perform-incoa, were astonished at finding thf foro the housu wet,indicating a curious chang thert-a cuiious changóla* but an hour < stars t winkled with unusual hi illiiiifcV ,5i ,J ■ ,1 i'TfSEff I eoth«*M*r>UMÍ¿«ft I oft rio , . , . Ordinary, : i. \. < , *• . Middling. h. ' t Middling t Fair. • '5 *rr. r • Ti * ír ; ,finw l&vlltfHH MMHM [ WOO Ammiciii unriated of |t4,9H0 aalai _ I Watt India, *c., and IMQEsst ay. our Cotton inarkal had a decided )■<■( American...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 9 December 1843

w 'Á r-gTV co rim ?;ir" ápf *#*■ of soul, .4Ü« •ft «dpt «tided «ill Wsdk.- blouMis, with to bold! ill tha grouwi crown «booting warranted keeping the at 1MB, labórate ''TTTT*" ' HlihtCOQtl ia fiona at i; saving tho an- cbief. An ele- • bit of mouaalaiM de- piece of t>r<*d «bo* nam* gf "Byron tia" ed nothing new to ioua method of lengthen— going without bracea, luae closely buttoned The laat thing ia gloves-- g waahould patronize—ia i Jin. We have seen a very by ' Jcgage ahoe. aligbtly • gllmp«e of avcryrich is also allowed, to finaure in the ckammre, to admit of it .—London A uctio *r r- 'chants. raaTON. liberal V IPTAaetiun abanta ExehsngS no* yt.. of a .paper of Sr. Albans, r amleulation to disprove the idea vious to the Resurrection. He under ir it out1 if the population of the iucre«ii«g .through that period •* I moat, thefe will be before itel to each square yard of the iclufions th.^: reckoning. every, fibrai ic feet, or one, fooi we should have the and island covered hu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 December 1843

i II i', i ■ ^n= =F= BTH. STUART. Mi rUULI3Ulil> EVE11V WEDNEBUAÍ AND (*TUIU>A ( . per annum pnytililo wilhin ^i* month lifter Uie tiuM aubscribiiig—i r $1(1 lit lite end of the year. Alio,. puliU>ty weéktr', foi ihocntiiiiry. Üi $S peí «Hrtuw nayalite iiiadvuiie:. AtíVtíRTtsilNü—Oiib n^iiara, oue dollar for the fir t wr lion, e*ch iubíeqm'litinsertion fiOy Eifl'i M ■qiinro, Adiert'ucnieiiU ¡rucrted oji^e a we. k 91 per • for each insertion. , _ ,, . , ... Iff AlHefaere nn husmean ofthe'office pnrtt be poet ( they will aotbe lak^n fill nfllie f.o*t ufl'.c. 1 , Ci\RU-S and I'tl i r pn-uwyeaí a*id ¡ ineniti, of cunJiduiesfur uffiao, are <SUH iduioiI and churgq ve Míame nW. • . • . , O" Msrrjw and obiuiary nptleés of more than three IN enjctlt oharged ah iHlv^riÍDUijiii . .';K ■Lie ¡lipes pick pp «m ««uro which ti eid cmmuui " iwnafj l|jiví >íl! ><•' .'«'m'i n *M<üÍf Che Message ofIGuvs H« of. South ÓIMlms, náuá beín tíWjj f Minister ihut ^éspoct i>f a few ye...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 December 1843

■*W: m v<«Hew P«s*ín¿«|h/aiid merchandise h¿ ^*eu ®n" tferlng atir port for a few (laya paq¿P™J apéela- ble acule. Should the wise °' the United beatos descend lo notice mi'W* 80 «nal), ihoy would «pe that ,the g reptes* iiúra'jer'of véasela, the most vaiuuble cBijjotM, and a heavy propotiioii of tho emi- iftBliun, uw from Europe—'thut our traite and iiuer- cburjd^ilJi Httllonlion the other sida of the Atlantic aro rapidly augmenting, while, with the Ü. States, they, aro diminishing ¡a an equal proportion—a nat- ural consequence of the non-intercourse policy acted upoii by tho Unitod State Congress a( \i¿ last jes- Tho Qerman emigrants who have arrived her© by Breipen, are as fine look- 9 make their homes among termers, mechanics, and ar- , - • .. nqugh with thorn to estab* h^lbwMfiWu buainessi and, >vhatis better, hab- im mi U*. 1, economy, and -perseverance, which . theifa, and enable them to reap the full rewards hi^ld out to tW«d Who take the rigbt>urse to.obtain.tbem i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 December 1843

I II 'üótTÓN 'MÁU^It. , ti. tí a it." uu.vr i D.obeitib#!9¡ 1M3« kc'eipw ihin weli «re íO.üflH "lii íít# Éwl! tliree íiny j.vfe h ive had q«i!e (n ulifct, hp'J íl'í^h tmosi li.oiU> pite witlkuft yui) h^v«m.w. ip..|ii¡t:e«wi.k|i ar* «i k ii'i Ir .per !l¡. ,lt¿ ilw I.in-i iwo ,W «M i Tho ealM i,u were rapurtvo at 2 UW Uiles, Thursday u.U(H), ¿n¿V¿8¿r.'<íjfi líjüüíJ U^-Mid almost exciu- ^ivvly U>HSn M Áf<-'HU!í> o f^peculaiioOi l the astytyff jiiV-w wl'iiyi littiiyrs. l'tio bin-eraf r Europe are idle, liUÍ¡lv .M"tKii¡n¡;i.8i> for « |Vw monili , Tho market bein aupúlu.<j With i/id') ra t'rom ihé Norlli, nlpnCes ffom 1 to 2o. por Ib. above their limits, round list* of middling bring readily ojc J i.could ivilli tilo f,:jroqmniandíOÍ a OJ, Oiir quotulioiis are corrected yesterday. COTTON —LtVKRpOOL CLMIKICÁTIO . Inftriot, '• • ordinary, : Middling, f Middling Fuir, Fair, Oar.,I Fair, GouiJ and Fitlb. Dollars .and lisll dollars. Dimes «ltd half UiuiLtf, Ameri-iaji gold...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 16 December 1843

mmm O. P. K.ELTON, ATTORNEY AT LA W\ i county, 80 unlet etui of-ha Court home ■ft* h clock that ran ibU clock wm iU < the timo at * Had out for i now in 'on i jt; it has only ttry «imple; it make torn of teu veSrs, and ' &ÉwltfKW1 try adds— ment at a clock which is that time, lional wheel ir, stein avef« into this doc , J hundred nevorthel each, and «cu ' —J can alao be pro palled by L ~ la, aud its mechanism is evolutions during the >t be wound up in ho puta an advi- ne hundred teeth, ut being wound wjnta only five Stein will have- in four months 4 of curious me- r themselves; by and bv, will furn- Hartford they make whole State last year red, Mian) of which ijtóre will bp more made this year to supply the foreign demand. It is pro- per that the land of steady habita should measure time for the rest of the world.-—Phil. Qaz. It was a true remark of Lord Bacon, that there are L -* ■ ig* which make a nation prosperous—a fer- workahops, and easy conveyances for a and fór men...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 December 1843

HE £31 JE ' ■ ■■ I ,'^y. ' 1 - kMW® Whr mmi fubmsbkd every wk0hes1m. .. per ntfuuiu pajpble y iihm fix ratfi «abacnV^v, ^10 at the end of the'y, I 'fR'pii- anm.u, páfhhm^' —One pquarn, oiia <loi1Hr woaktv, A m-<" v.—uno n|iiaifl, DUD UOU lion, Mch ftiib^uenrinMrtion fifty cent*, Rqiinra. Adtert¡ eaicnt« iswrted once ¿ Waeg lor each iiisertiwn. • lp* AH letters, qn Jíiiíiiie** nWhe ,h«y wU'nptbe^k.o "in oft* p. CARDS of Rtoaniboat and other pannen¿rer,. mid a veM'**íú ^canJidattéfoi' office, are considered und «bar 03* Marriage and Djbitnarjr nolicos of more than-thr ength ihnrgeil as dv«riismenU.- • ••= • > i. —^utiyiwA Llbef indigna- that (he United State* i crt>p jand the territory now cu 3= WBDN153DAY, DECEMBBR 27 1843 H «n, J B Millor, Sjcrelaty, of ih «is i£«l •% :Wj ¿'¿I rivéd'^n this ¿hy from Washington Gi*n. Mercer, n dUiingtiUhed eitizonof the Stutt , and for moro thai| iw.dnty years a Congress from Virginia, fvtan pa*svn<A%' Pw' ch gives him un hia words to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 December 1843

■ >e,r .v'?. RbffiHftK . . -■ — -... ... I...,,. .. ... S "' ittfll't • •—. 1' ■* i 9ATURI WUMftfi IBER 30, 1843. '•^•wYoik, which, «rrived here Thft-^aay • eni„g brought little intelligence of •t from the U. States. 8 Congreis does not appear as yet to have la&t-' «i - ™r "lh,( b°'* has be«n published; and is of a c prevent no on the Mexico r by no means ofthe correspondence ¡Jílin the following by the American fbe Government of Mexico, ve elapsed since Texas de- i During all that timo Mex-J ., . . ea"e" M lo°g m two or three months- be* "t bT« • «h« W.n«,. 2 a,r. y "f passing bis commodity through the custom "r fe. Th¡. .d„r duties, expense, and trouble, has had the *r™°" «" •>,, it. ¡„ ,be u. ¡« . Which b. ÍLro™ l'1""8 J """ P°" « " ■« THS UNITED STATES AND MEXICO. Document Prende*?! Annual Ir.j effect to Nati, The ondersi for o'gn relatioi o/ders fiv> dent to addt Extraordinary snd | United States, and give n ID X n t ' „ «_ _ '• ■ sj • I yrng the Menage. ( Bocaoegr...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 December 1843

■ .. mmm M COTTON. MARKET. New Orleans Saturday, Decernber£3, 1843. The market on Wedneaday and Thursday re- a very unsettled «late. The sales were reported Phas at i a ¿ cent per III. decline on the prices ear- rent l*itWB,k- Yesterday the inirkct opened with (a goud enqniry^nd before tho clone ol'the day, sortie 5000 bales changed hand*- The prices are said to be-very (till, and in most instance he J <nii 4 o nI per lb. required, leaving our quotations the cam* a* they were bofore the arrival of ibe European packet's n^v* to the I9ih ultimo. Tho principal sales are said to have teca made oil speotilation. The estimate of ihe probably receipts at tfiU port,¿KÍncu the confirmed aocounts of tqe destruction of theñrigatherud portion ui the crop, in Lonisianaand Mississippi, by the rains and flood, are materially reduced. Our quotations remain:— OOTTOK —LIVERPOOL CLASfíIC A.TION. . Inforioi, . . . v a 7| Ordinary, : : : i : 8 \ 8J Middling, : : ¡ : : 81 a S) Middling Fair, : : : s F...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 30 December 1843

1 ^ídWiíl^Sii « *—>** HB= )SWELL & CO. HQerchant , GALVESTON. THEsubscribers bnve entered into partnership, under the firm of J Temple Do *eH A Co. for the purpose of do- "* • «cneral Cü,""""i"n Bü8ine"i Tr.MPLE DOSWELL. MB MENARD. Office at Menard' Wharf, doe 8 2w inferior. 11 a lljili lean, not fine, 11 9 13d{ gnocJ 16 J; good ¿and clean, 16 ■■II •a ■■•'fe ■■w, ,. —i— tern of Goloraclf county, i of September the niuutcJ as 4 cand i- ; of Texas, mid tbe JÍ.IO «© seuttmouts - of the report, which was adopted, * bo their first choice for the re of the determination of uccepiauce of any pub- Gen. Burleson, expree- _ . j"bópe ','that nothing will induce acceptance of- tbe honor which a hU post services will prompt litará upon him." We hope differently. We have a most exalted opinion of the sound judgement and practical good sense of Gqti. Burleson, and trust that he will decline Üie honor sought to be centered .■i non him by his feWov-citiaena of thjj tyest as an iment of his pa...

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