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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 17 December 1840

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Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 17 December 1840

&jgt-K?Z!fa viLmws ?0 - S r - SS3&1 WW. i--ir;3i t. -? ''V - j!"? -i.-' " ..-SI-" 3S - 5;4 :- m & - ras CT "" V T-l u-it - 1M &.J T. kC rt?J&&P rv - ST 8$ -ft A-:s r te?.. JKTIS STTTfi $ f" nil; tvrBUfivwai OFTBXk r"ni ii ii -ir - jraoMTRC jootuul or A tocsin-. ? ' NO V t ! J Friday 8ep.37th 1839. Left Matagdrda in i small boat about 20 feet long by 10 feet broad sloop rigged or tingle small mast no gasrds but planked oyer convex to keep out gTeas with hatches forward and aft leading to the bold and small cabin- both be ing crammed full of private stores for our comfort i and murcbandfce (for sale Us a mat- ter of employment and amusement more than profit) belonging to our fellow traveller Mr. V. We leave Matagorda with a viewof see ing something of the western coast of Texas oeiween Matagorda Bay and the Bay of Ar- ansas and' should never have contemplated going farther but lhattour good friends at Ma tagorda opposed all our plans as quixotic and foot-hardy;...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 17 December 1840

'..- Or-trl :: RPPHMI iWNi'Vkv 32!? 3 ?? tssKxar vyi ips. sss ffflaBKSifww1 &- 35Jp - pg 'Q ? :'?33: .V-IWiJxS-" "a";! ''sFVSStfe- T-J ?tS?? W?S WUItt fjf'VW-IOLBlC UGEjjT UT". IV ..'..... PSWSSasw KGWWr2i3ia.!.. -TJ3- r--wJi-v j' ... 1SV ' rn!Si. Ttf JS V J?'Si lln . ' 5 -4.1K vs fl '-c v .vc V& tff wfcT w te "T- j & -' " 1 j .Jft f- r was all that" was7cqiiired la entitle foreigner. k r . v . It . l. -to crerj privilege enjoyed by a native and it is of importance to remark that it has not been so much as insinuated-'lhat this liberal conduct was itKariT instance productive of a nuschevious result On the contrary all the highest authorities consider it one of the main cause. of the extraordinary progress made by the Republic in wealth and commerce.'' We believe th&rfvas no journal kept of the Contention which formed the Constitution -oTTexas so that the reasons by which the clause in relation to Aliens became a part of the Constitution must remain unknown. Whatever ...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 17 December 1840

OJ-.-i 7.- ik -" r&'j IS aS-Wtf "?$-mPrf:2j at05: et .r .-? -..' a ' Ai". iSt 4" rf s a va&jjc--. '-sT r& WffifeBSP i - S8P6WMS !"?-. or-r &..-&". L rt-" - o' !KS33i BKr-ris w&essi mmLh&frintm "roBaafafafafafafafafafV T' ' SSiiWJ'- 35T-y5"S x- "4- "saVA-- aMJB ". " y &uM&rafe' L ;Wil4.. "' r i w. - i .--. aaaaaaaaaw. t. sti. av.-v i ar . i itfff"- ; XBTERTrsEMENTS: Fil-H' r j" JUATAOORDA ACADEMY. -NnB lr.C..tTt4C0T'roaMr(aTectfQlly & ttlbnaUeckiMbsofthhTiJuxUMlitit vicinity ttattker are W prepared to TeceivepupibcJboih sex- es Into their hMtitntton and to' instruct them in mil the tnBKhKTCafe$taBtUl andfinished education. t Fratk4eKgfcifiil location and hearth of Matagorda from the comforts and caoTeuience of a veil built town; from a strong desire of the people to establish j.nd Imiin a high tone of moral feeling in the communi- ty; .from the laudable observance of the Lord's day and regular attendance of the citizens on Divine Service which ...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 29 January 1841

"' - -- 4- a ; . n i ii-niii i-rti fif "t . - SAN LH iTCATE. a?' T. ROBIJVSON &tCo. SAN LUIS FRIDAY JANUARY 29 1841. VOL. I. NO. 18 L. " H. v -.! SIN JIIS AlWnCATF. rp tTEur JJ1DHT. ?a rw1 . .rnvav k2&6f!Snn!3iit.i''r?9lXUara a veaf. .WV ne in advance or aereu xrouv " : uyu auuu ui ... "i.w.-.-iL. - ".'f . . &.. j. 'iLevean -m- No Bauer .will be discontinued fexcept at the discretion t of the "Editor) until all arrearages have been paid. ""Adtbhtimments will be inserted aftEe rate of 51 00 per square for the first insertion and 50 center each week thereafter ten Jines or less constituent a square. The number of insertions required must be marked on the margin or the manuscript or they will . be inserted tilTforbid and charged accordingly. Advertisements from a distance must be accompanied V withjhe cash or good reference in town. wLAwnom sing candidates for any office will be 10 00 Yearly Advertising. - For forty lines or lesVi newable at pleasure SCO. Jo co; tract taken...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 29 January 1841

-4 t V" mL 't' iaL: ! dcnccana spirit" was too small to bs availa ble. At length however he carried She place af- ter running to it a covered way from a near sheltered position. His men were clamorous for reprisals on the sanguinary royalists. The atrocities of Sombreio too wore fresh in his own recollection; and for the first time he yielded to the demands of retaliation and or- dered a part of the garrison to be shot. He next moved upon a village called San Luis de la Paz which was garrisoned by the enemy. Here he experienced still greater dif- ficulty in making his men advance in open assault; and in one of his attempts to storm a building held by the garrison a French cap- tain named Peirier who had escaped from Sombrero leaped into the works alone while the party he led shrank back from following. The gallant Frenchman though beset by nnmbers succeeded in making his way back badly wounded. After an investment of sev- eral days and diverse repulses the assailants possessed thems...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 29 January 1841

TV mm&2ammmmsammmammmmammm o xnc snenu s anucierits omces unuer ineir auspices would present a scene of disorder and confusion scarcely less motley than that of yore around the tower of Babel. They are manifestly and grossly incapable of discharg- ing their duties and their election 'could only work a general sacrifice of private interests and public good. Ignorance and incapacity cannot properly administer the laws and the experience of the world teaches us that an- rmi. l ?irl- j .i.jl ji j-- il. ! i flttration of the fhost just enactments. And now BvwhaTiofe.single qualification con Gill present us for the office of sheriff? H is military servi- ces may be advanced astlaims upon-our erat kude we ho yesliown tb YffiS-'- are no less -1 lhan his. His present poverty may be plead- ed was it caused by his public spirit or by nis pnvuie iiiisiuuiiugeiiicni i ms nonesiy may be urged who dare openly accuse Caldcr of dishonesty ? And Calder may plead his ex- perience in the sheriff's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 29 January 1841

lC U '.! -- s?- VTv r& J-V. ttf-llt j v MTh BSs r ADVERTISEMENTS. JtlATAGORDA ACADEMY. ttHK.Rer.C. S.l vujrdL dt would respectfully Mm inform the citizens qf this i i ace and its vicinity that thev arc now prepared to receive pupils ofbotli sex- es into their institution and to instruct them in all the branches or a substantial and finished education. From the delightful location and health of Matagorda -from the comforts and convenience of a well built town; from a stronz desire of the people to establish tnd Maintain a high tone of moral feeling in the communi- ty; from the laudable observance of the Lord's day and regular attendance of the citizens on Divine Service which is now held uninterruptedly on every Sunday; and from their being a regular Sunday School in town this cannot but be a very desirable place for an institu- tion for the education of"thc voting. Mr.Ivcs is a graduate of one of the first colleges in he United States; and Mrs. Ives was educated in the best scho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 5 February 1841

:" "- SSAUT LUIS -W JK. "":. . i.M ' --"jS-.. ----- rlTTaK- -L- LJJ if r f Vej . r U iV. - i. ..... .. i --. --- . v i miii i sth - . . mjffc.l.) - - - rw.xmt-A. - .- rr-Tfli lIMIHW I J e-i mM j " "Tm -f1 A Wn TKiT- TTcv '" . . "i "".. I BlTlTlTB "ITITIb Wi3 trPB T.it Jti u!j iiUi' j N7 'rcT W-f Prf" H mm Mr h E3 Pv y"-J -M'A M3 i&v--r - SHrL. J&Lft6" TB-Sr aJ1 f..r' y cfca hH St ?S? - i i' jj2 -JUL. i IE-?1 .iss Us; e. T ROBINSON & Co. SAN wmwssrmrm'vxaiacaatvusam3ftP9'9mM. m SAN LUIS ADVOCATE rr.INTEO AND tlEUallKD E EKV rsiDIV BY. S . .J - i U J- X K T T. g.'-T-WI.l.T. .fllmawB. LUIS FRIDAY FEBRUABy 3 I where the cil anil ic regiment of Zarngoza was encamp- been on the Held of battle or among a circle of where Lman had his head quarters ; ! friends for he was alike in both. With a Arm -acw-nrw -tr I- iil.lt lt .'II i i... ... .uiu uio.e in use lortiess socn alter learned in sien hn m.irnii n .i -:.... ... " . Ou The Corner of .Market and Liberty Srccts. what Pari of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 5 February 1841

rV4 V i ?wii.j. . i ' ts t "- rury could not crush him. His id. dony iticreascdVci beyond a few hundred. amj it wus repeatedly routed hunted dowV .j aj; parently extinguished; y--t he wa. c tain soon to reappear with" band as nur s as his last 5 and when too hard pressing the plains he would rctiie into theferra madre and lurk for weeks with his halrnaked follow er amid the famine in&cincncy V its frostv summits tilt an opportunity occurred of again descending upon his enemies. The revolution at lcnglh tok n new turti) and the Independence was suddenly aehtfvcd by those who had till then been niosf. mental in repressing it tie native -.hjaKst troops. This soldiery hadeen n th.;nt of decoding the kinSs slandijj. TOt op. posed to Hidalgo; but bejor i''-uitc lipe for defection thcy; ought mcMi. sion with the insurgents and tW1 ani- mosity inspired by combat qufeVj&r a time tbe sympathy they had begirt; -l fcr their rebel countrymen. It was In zs fore- seen by many that a feelin...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 5 February 1841

TTf& riiall prescribe; and if the'People shall approve and ratify sach amendment or amendments by a majority of ihe electors qualified to vote for members of Congress voting thereon such amendment or amendments shall become a part of the Constitution. Provided however that no amendment or amendments be referred tu the People ofienerthan once in three years." If the Constitution had been adopted after having b?cn thoroughly discussed if its faults and deficiencies cere of an unimportant character the mode prescrib- ed by the Constitution for its amendment ould be suf ficient for the end desired. Hut it is not probable thal.l Congress occupied with the labor and business of the Republic would have the requisite lime to suggest and discuss the amendments which might be proposed and the hasiv adoption of any amendments cannot but be deprecated. Timcmust again be consumed in a nbsc- quenl Congress and if after passing through the pre scribed ordeal the amendments hould be adopted by ...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 5 February 1841

x IW :? ABRT:SEMlrsTTS. ?.7ATAGOItUA ACADEMY. WIS Rev. C. S. iz-iaT-dL in--.-ould respectfully JL inform the citizens of thi- pace anil n vicinity that ihcv are now prepared to receive pupil? ofboth e-i-siiitoiliciriiisiitiil'on and to instruct them in al) the tT.ilclit'S'ofa -ubst-in.ial nnd finished education From the delightful location and health of Matagorda fioin the comfort- and couvciieiice of a well limit Idwn; from a strong desire l:h." people 10 establish md maintain a lush tone of nora. frelin!; in the rnininnni tr; from the laudable iib-cimncc cf ihr Lords dai iu.l regular attendance of thceitircns on Divine Service uJmliis now held uninterruptedly on even Sunday; and lrom their being a regular Smith- School in town j ihi- rannol but he a verv nc-irablc place lor n insutu lion for the education of the v oun;. Mr.ht! is a graduate ot'on-' of the fir-t colleges in .!. United Stale- and Mrs lr was .-ilnc-aicd in ihc l-i"-t -chools forvHitr.rlidics in New- Ensland; brides w...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 16 February 1841

tt"-rv- - af3 C?pf r a&fclS SpTlfl r Mi.--vo; sV & j '5-1? jS?'-- rS; ?srai i C"T3' Jwft rise a . lfTi" & T'ltf 11 mjf" K If a ?- f '0 JS A. A. 17 1 ST ADVOCATE. Sak 4k tX- ip.t fW -ttv '.'? V ;' l t wi ".; I i1.;1;..1 Vol. i. SAN tIIS9 TUESDAY FEBRUARY 16 1841 NO. 20; ?- fH jifflWh.? 4 .' pie - 4 rcfvt I tB .'" K eC P IS SAN LIIS ADVOCATE. PWXTED J.SD PCBLtsnKO ETERr rnlDAT BY S. J. DURSETT Ob Tke Comer of .Market and Liberty Streets.1 TtERSIS: ScBscBimoN Five Dollars a year paya- ble in advance or Seven Dollars at the expiration of the year. . No paper will be JisconiitstiedXcsccptat ihe discretion fibe Editor) until alt arrearages have been paid. Aijteii-seme.sts wiirbe inserted at the rate Tof l 00 per square forthe first insertion and 50 cents for each week thereafter ten lines or less constituting a square. The notnerot insertions rcquircu mw or .taarVedon trie inarjrin or the manuscript or they will be inserted till forbid audcharged accordingly. Advertisements fr...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 16 February 1841

" m$m ' 4 & sraw r '--m l 'JK.t 7 ? S I J) I ft. El -4 IF" Si' J. i - I v Kfc -. "aSS en Up lo by the whole parish of Ballycreagli fpjebpin piUte and'vfili learned en' above the common" AVell this brought her down a little so. v Billy'' says she "there's no denyin' what you say I'm sure I'd be glad you'd take pattern by me in anything an" the more you do it the better it is for you. but the short an the long of it-'is I'm uneasy in my mind about them girls an' PILnever be light in myself as long as you'icTitt'ihc place'8 ' Why mother" say I '' 111 not deny since ever t come everybody in the place has show- ed me all sorts of civility an' more particular- ly the girls for they're ull mighty kind to me and av course shouldn't lilo my best to be civ- il and agreeable to them back agin ? but as to marriage or anything of the kind why it never come into my mind but jist likes cine girl as well as nnother.Jjut jist because Kitty Byrne is o pliscnt in herself an' so friendly and far th...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 16 February 1841

55'a- & r es. - 3P tTil t ? ''J!S- J if f TKEnri vnMMRirEr. tV4"rMi-wK-.. MtW. -1ZL """"Mwt'w1 . RATIUA- -TEXAS. AND GREAT BRITAIN. The Republic of Teias and her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdoms of Great LUBin a" reiana being equally desirous of BBuramg every tacuity and encouragement to their respective citizens and subjects engaged in commercial intercourse -with each other have nominated as their plenipotentiary to con- clude a treaty for this purpose that is to say: The Republic of Texas Gen. James Ham- ilton &c. &c. And her Majesty the Queen of the United Kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland the Right Honorable Henry John Viscount Pal- merston. Baron temple a Peer of Ireland a member of her Britanic Majesty's most honor- able privy council a member of patliament knight grand cross of the most honorable or- der of Ike Bath and her Britanic Majesty's principal Secretary of State for foreign affairs. n ho after having communicated to each other their respectiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 16 February 1841

F5iSiWIJBtoori .? vgur njaiM "" 3HBBPB Ji:D.W5.i. lifflL I.- 1J - Jre- - -f rfiH -w-to"jc V1 . ' .'Ty - i ' - - ' 1 50 & iq OCtKiOwft-v 1m V-fl iH-4 " t-nK ti- iil f- ifiri4J ' iiLE3jCs -i?jaJ.iirjJ?KS-T!- si ris- - . afc ADVERTISEMENTS. jri 27ATAGORDA ACADEMY. r JKS Rev. C. S. ns arL adv would respectfully JL inform the Cllirer-softhisp ace and ii vicinity that they arc note prepared to receive pupils ofboili sex- es into their institution and to instruct them in all tlic branches of a substantial and finished education. From the delightful location and health of Matagorda from the comforts and convenience of a well built town; from a strong desire of the people to establish end maintain a high tone of moral feeling in the communi- ty; from the laudable observance cf the Lord's day and regular attendance ol the citizens on Divine Service nuicais now nciu nnimcrriipicuiy on every aunuav; and from their bcinc a regular Sunday School in town. this cannot but be a very desirable pl...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 2 March 1841

pipJIPlllpF "f -K-S? iWwf s ' z r?. .. r 5 1-1 fft C' $S 1I1I)JIL- ll-lHXJIULMI ! JM3BW SAM fcUI(S ADVOCAT VOL. I. SAN LUIS TUESDAY MARCH 2 181. NO. 09 aCr5BP.i?Sc5rlI - -ir f C'i.-.'.X. 'mt-ift 1 " 1 .sr- " jbl. ': ' SAN LUIS ADVOCATE. TKINTCD AND J-CBLISURD EVERT FRIDAY BIT S. J. DURSETT "Ott The Comer of Market aud Liberty Streets. TERMS: Scescription Fire Dollars a year paya- Jle in advance or Seven Dollars ai the expiration of the year. So paper will be discontinued (except al the discretion of the Editor) until all arrearages hare been paid. .Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of SI 00 per square for the first insertion and 30 cents for each week thercaAer ten Jines or less constituting a rsquartf. The numberof insertions required must be marked on tne margin ol the manuscript or they will be inserted till forbid and charged accordinslv. .Advertisements from a distance must bcaccompanied ri:h the cash or good reference intoun. .Annoiincme; candidates for any office wi...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 2 March 1841

-i.--rf r V & s: - .. r A penSMn better than a blanket between mv bones snd e ban! floor j irequ.uj u the bare ground wet clothes and my boots anil spurs on oig coai u. But have had no cotfs or indisposition of vany kind even tne slightest. ir-iokoftmv wet clothes Tubbed my itmos dry and leaped into a fine roomy bed it makes mc drowsy to think of it so imagine tne rest. Omitted to say that wc passed many beauti ful sparkling creeks with hard bottoms yester- day and sweet as thewatcrs of -of the Mississippi. The La Bacca is a fine bold looking stream witTjhigh sloping banks well shaded and sup- plied by tidewater where we crossed. Nyjt-Y-ORK.r rom the repcrt of the Compt- roller to the Legislature we learnXlbat the ex- pences f the last fiscal year were 3Vi89l7 Ihe balance left unexpended was SlTJOaTiy. The.esfhnatedrvenue for the present year is co.r.3 nQ7 petimnted exnenditure. 8949506.-j Tk. V.nln.1nM nflhnSlnlpisRlS.48i.801 Til- j . n iiwiv . - it - j -1 THE STATES. Georgia. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 2 March 1841

T7 vT- t- rj;' y ' ; " ."UJ"' r-r It . I .- jSic"'- s - iy;is-s r -. T I RESUMPTION OF SPECIE. -The U. S. Bank of'Pennsylvania after an in effectual attempt of a few days to redeem its bills with specie has again suspended and fay this act created quite a sensation amongst the bankers brokers and money speculators. The transactions of this institution have for some time given occasion for much conjecture and much speculation but its designs purposes means and capacity are involved in mystery and doubt; after its late suspension its stock fell to 22. CHINA. vIt is now supposed that the rumor of the ad- justment of the difficulty between China and England was a mistake. The buying of 15- 000000 for nothing but the endeavoiing to en force the laws against the contraband trade is rather too preposterous for belief. THE McLEOD AFFAIR. It is stated in the Buffalo papprs that Mc Leod has been admitted to bail and discharged from legal custody; but immediately upon his release a large numbe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 2 March 1841

j-'-v VtiV 2n " -; f4r - -r 1 VM r--A7v.. Sl IT -? JLi .S..1- r . . ADVERTISEMENTS. MATAGORDA ACADEMY. IBMiE Rev. C. S. T arcX jut would respectfully JL inform the citizecs of this p aca and its vicinity that they are nowprepared to receive pupils ofboth sex- es into their institution and to instruct them in all the tranches of a substantial and finished education. Prom the delightful location and health of Matagorda from the comforts and convenience of a well built town; from a strong desire of the people to establish r.nd maintain a high tone oftnoral feeling in the communi- ty; from the laudable observance of the Lord'sday and regular attendance of fh citizens on Divine "Service which is now held uninterruptedly on every Sunday; and from their being arcgular Sunday School in town th.Ssxannotbm.be a very desirable place for an institu- tion for'the education ofthe voung. Mr. Ives is a graduate of one of the first colleges in .he United States; and Mrs. Ives was educated in the bes...

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