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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 4 April 1835

- J - 11 I I II" I &?mM Sale at Lots AT TiE SEAL HAZ) OF T2 NAVIGATION. THERE will 1)3 a second sale of the Lots in the above town on the 4th day of July next. The subscriber would respectfully call the atten- tion of ttte public to the above town. Possessing all the advantages of locality it being the nearest point to Sun Felipe at which boats of any size can get & being a one of the richest parts of Texas it cannot be' doubted that it will be the place Ot business on the Brazos. It has the advantage of two miles fronting the river clear of inundation; and only 400 yards from the prairie. The subscriber has two leagues of well timbered land m the vicinity the use ot which he will give to purchasers for two years to make improvements with. It also has a fine mill seat one mile and a half distant. The subscrilcr intends giving a dinner on the day of sale to which the public arc invited. T. J. Al Montezuma; April 2nd 1833. KfTIHE subscriber has jus: rcc ived a fre-h .supply of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 4 April 1835

'Vri-' i. . Negroes Land &c. for Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale one thousand ac- res of land being part of the league granted by the Mexican government to Chriesman situated on the Brazos' river adjoining Henry Jones. This is one of the first and best selections on the river and with the exception of aboutTOO acres previously sold the purchaser has the privilege of making his choice and locating the quantity offered on any part of the balance of the league which has a great proportion of peach and cane on it. I will also sell three or tour negroes and about one Itiundred head of cattle of which there are about six Iwyoke of work oxen. The land will be sold in tracts Ito suit purchasers. ENOCH JONES. San Felipe February 7 1833. PROSPECTUS FOR PUBLISHING A PAPBR UNDER THE TITLE OF AND TEXAS PLANTER The undersigned propose to publish in the town of San Felipe de Austin a paper under the above title the columns of which shall be devoted-to the diffusion of political and other ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 11 April 1835

M'JPBV." '"''"'" v-y rn mm mm Jw?55SI . THE IMA a.- ' - ?; x v.'V"" "' 9IB1IP VOLUME .1 BRAZORIA SATURDAY 7T H. i.aar y Curators Notice. BTJY a decree of the proper Judge for the jurisdiction of Austin passed on the 29 the day of December. 183-1 in the town of San Felipe and to be found on record at the court house in this town: the 10th day. of April next has been ap- r$inted for the creditors of xgpe succession ot .Lewis L. Veeder deceased to meet the Curator of said succession be- fore the judge in the first ins- tance for this jurisdiction to have their respective claims discussed and make proof of t -the same; and in order that all i may be "heard they can con- tinue from day to day from the 10th to the 20th day of the said month of April; and fur. lier by the same decree before named the 20th day of April next has been appointed for thebefore named curator to settle said succession before mentioned make payment and distribution of the means on hand amongst the -creditors tnerc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 11 April 1835

M in liiim. if it iliil nnf niorA ' J "J " " - ..- j. .... 3t l tie nlccdinr was s ov tn its heart. Ration andsymphaty in thiscil. Mr. M'Lauglilin was a voting jcarij; Ueman Ot froOfl DftrSnnill nMnmn icIimnnlQ rrAnInn mntinnr Inn k - o r--- 1 Bw.. ....... ... me niccuin.T was s ow in its nroares? jt hne talents. His age was 23 or 21 years and he has at fint i -. -; rtt. !....- Lengaged in the study of law which he doubtless intended to not final cl02CC(I unti Saturday touowea as a p olession. His mind was of an exceedingly .vhcnhc cft his sublunary scene ami live imaginative and poetical cast which with his some- n.intlr o..rrm nnono.l a retiring and modest demeanor made him an interesting corn- fri;i I 4 1 I llnnnn.i - . I .. w .. .a u pcop.c. His funeral was attended bvn vc hived inj this city for some four weeks since and soon made iargR concourse on Sunday in the Ma. I knownto the Thespian Society of young gentlemen in this san;c Hall. The Rev. Mr." Howc'l of an amateur actor a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 11 April 1835

f T r if Ifotice. &&w&RJb& JNMsa arsssroatA ' .TfTST nwriRrVP.n AtfT) FOR SALE: A larae assortment fBlO facilitate the settlement of successions in or- Df RO WAND'S TONIC MIXTURE a lastimo curb fokthe -- der that the creditors ana Heirs may oDiain fjsveh and ague. their just dues without unnecessary delay the Ex- ecutors Administrators and Curators! of Estates are required to make returns to the Primary Judge of the Jurisdiction before the -15th day of May next shown"1 the situation of the respective successions. S. DINSMORE Primary Judge. Columbia April 11. 32 if. I HAVE a small lot of $ & B jl! '$ 3t NT 3S 8 & with the Furniture Instruments &c. Being the stock of a Practising Physician all in first rate or- der which I will sell cheap for cash or approved paper JOILN SHARP. Brazoria April 11. 32 tf. Notice. o wt ARE EN D. C HALL having tins day filed Ins Petition lie pc d2(M8.3t .EDMUND ANDREWS. I. Attorney at Law. N. MORELAND will attend to any busines...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 11 April 1835

7 i. POSTRl. THE BLIND FLOER-GIRJS SONG. Prom Bulwer's"Last daji of Pompeii.1' Uuriny flowcri...O bay I pray The blind girl comes from afar; if the earth be as fair as I heir them say These Hows her children arc I II)othc3'her beauty keep! They an frch from her lap I know ; Tor I caught thrtn fast asleep In her arms an liunr ago. With the air which is her breath . :Hcr soft and delicate breath Over them murmuring low ! fur from recognizing Foster we would scarcely believe that he was a oian. in Portugal metalie currency has been established lor paper ! money; ouuuuu nave ueca called in and 4)urut ia tne squares ot Oporto and Lisbon. The peoplo of England begin to talk of cutting down the King's income from $2000000 to the standard of our president's. There are said to be 1 259000 soldiers in England .to keep iown the people. o vonnjr Jad was sent to school to learn the latin tongue. As On their lips her swett ki's lingers yet And their cheeks with tcnilcrlcnrarc For she weeps that p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 2 May 1835

I u it JL V .' THE ra " TOA IB1IPIBM(DAR K J v' 'V . VOLUME .1 BRAZORIA SATURDAY MAY 21835. NUMBER 35. THEREPUBLICAN IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY F. C. GRAY And will be printed for subscribers every Saturday & $5 per annum if paid at the end of six months op 87. if not uaid until the expiration of the year. No discontinuance will be allowed except at the ;djnd of the year and not then until all arrearages fare paid. Advertisements of eight lines or under $1 for the first insertion and half that price for each continu- ance longer ones in proportion No advertisement will be withdrawn until paid for but will be contin- ued at the expense of the advertiser. CT All communications of a personal nature will be charged for the same as'advertisements. FOR E1GN. Acreeably to a resolution passed at the last meeting of the boarTl of medical censors for this jurisdiction held in Brazoria on the 24th utt.:it was ordered that the following resolution be rcpud- lisheil in the "Texas Republican ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 2 May 1835

It . - jf j tv fl -T ff tf jf PENCILLING BY THE WAY: First Impressions of ForeignJScenes Customs ana Manners . BIT X. P. WILLIS. LONDON. Visit to the race-course gipsies the PrincessVictoria splendid appear- ance ofthe English nobility. I have just returned from Ascot ra- ces. Ascot Heath ou which' Uie course is laid out is a high plattorm of land beautifully situated on' a hill above Windsor Castle about 25 mile from London. I went down with a party of gentlemen in the morning and return cd in the evening doing the 'distance trithrelavs oi horses in something less than thrPn limits. This. onr u-nnlil think Ills anv hfi(T.nar's in the riniT. The -is very fair speed but we were passed queen is the plainest woman in her do- worthy ofltaly. 'Two veritable Bohe- 'ject seems.to be to prevent too free an War between France and the U. Stales. On the'policy of such att mians brown black eyed gipsies the exercise of the popular will which has 'occurreuco Journal des D.-.b.its a ministerial p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 2 May 1835

t j - mhj-l s . il "N -w .rif - m --' ' i 7 f ? r il i-y VT Ail excess of courtesy begins lo pro. vail in the people's h:mscat Washing- ton! In former times committees of that house were directed Jo do so and so: the secretaries or other heads of departments required and the presi- dent requested. There was meaning in the terms used. The house has the matrimony. I have never seenjLprot. ty girl that didn't know it I have ne- ver seen a lawyer refuse a fee "on ac- count of his client's poverty. I have never seen a woman that was : tongue tyed. I have never seen rich men prefer marrying poor girls. I have seen but one lady use a bed wrench & right to direct its own committees and piu to tighten her corsets. I have ne- to require of the secretaries &c. any ver scena woman die with the lock- information which it desires to possess jaw. but to the president (a sepcrate gov-' Shocking affair. On the 4th of ernment) may prefer only a request. . February we are informed Andrew Now t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 2 May 1835

5?- ;-. f "-J ' ' '1 r '?' t r 14 (. t.- & r- v i- ? .B h r ri-T3 . . - FEMALl! RESOLUTION. ' No! i "-will never tee him mare t Since thns he likes to bum ? And when his cab (tops a f the door . TnKn 1'm n at at home ! vuu j- - He smiled last -ight when J alia sailed; (They must hare met be fore ;) fc . :ij i i-' It tnus oy ner ne utwnou- PU never see hisrmore. i r Tilling no more the songs'tie loveJ Nor play the waltzes o'er; Nor ware the color he approved PU conquor soon Love's foolish flame As thousands have before Look strange whene'er I hear hisname 'And ne'er pronounce It more! The plait of hajr Tmnst resign. That next my heart I've wore ; He to must yield that tress of mine He stole when troth he swore; The miniatore 1 used to trace And feel romantic o'er . Pll tear from its morocco case And never kiss it more! The iing--his gi ft T must return It mal&tny finer sore ; Then there's his letters those l'll burn 'And'trample on th?iloor ! IMy tears thnsblott o'er The leav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 9 May 1835

C -t . -.. S3 SWffii i&a . F "V - - ' -A Jt" l$v J--rli)m-jm . as ; -wgafc.' t . t v ji ; ?'.! THE Of r-1 1 si TOT I hd&ii t VK P . - if J! XiSJ 'JK- VOLUME a BRAZORIA SATURDAY MAY 91835. NUMBR'36. THE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED AND. PUBLISHED 'BY F. 0. GRAY And will be printed for subscribers every Saturday at $5 per annum if paid at the end of six months or S7 if not paid until the expiration of the year No discontinuance will be allowed except at the end of the yearv and not then uutil all arrearages are paid. Advertisements of eight lines or under SI tor the first insertion and half that price for each contmu- . Wrr. rrnps in nrnnortion No advertisement will be withdrawnointil paid for buUwiil becontin- siM athe expense ot the advertiser. O All communications of a personal nature will be charged for the same as advertisements. Arocably to a resolution passed at the ast meeting of the. u ' ft 0f mcdical censors lor this jurisdiction held in Brazoria on fWMfh nit-- it was order...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 9 May 1835

sr Sas-3 jv" n "Si 3 - -f ; . . 7&jS v fc ri&: - v- y:'A esjl.. -.: w-- Es-w-" ' - - B M tho ttutumnal equinox was neat andlnight-cap.audrwho tola them that they! ten upon one cheek should turn the GnAranJbrouwheJib!he had beUerwaitkUlUinomng. othWMOthor nleo." --' " -" agatrirnado his appearance in Bungo-T one of the men at the door answered -The deacon felt humbled and rebu . tuck atjdst tho same hour de in justtbe "He'd bed d if he would!" Where- Iked. Bui there was 1one point that name orcsB aa wnen ne passed tnrough "upon the door mk opened and they ' puzzled him. it an una were iruo; she town before. Re had. his trunk taken both went in. from the coach and carried up stairs; i In tho raoroingthe 'Green Man's which lo'okaas lfvne wejrevgoing to 'shop was net opened dt the usatol.hout i bar-rooa? and called fit brandy ;and -water. Here the' wise fnentriitto find oufwEerohehad'be'en; but ihey 'only found out that they had a nut to crack: for when they mentioned Down East ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 9 May 1835

iw!j -? v j" .-' v'l SSfJ r gp. . & t. - -1-- I "-&--- W AD VERTI S E ME.N TS. JBttZOlUA 'TEXAS.' 1935. F JAMES F. PERRY the Admf.jit ik. .iiiinn nf Thomnk Westall UIC buvv. i n --.. . wtuw .--... wu.uwf SUU IUVIUI dcc'd filed h peiiiwn 6tattngthat hej Mier appomted Poilticai Chief in his XYT J i I rreunaersiana tnai i...amitn nas uccu removcuuuiu oracc ano uociori has funds in his hands belonging to the guccessioa but not suuicien; 10 sausiy u thP. demands against it. This is therefore to cite -and admonish' all and siumilar the creditors of said succes- sion to appear b'efore me at my offici? in the town of Columbia on the fif teenth day of June next then ana men to estauusn men uuttiiu..u .vv.T.g iheir just proportion of the funds ong band. -v. SILAS DINSMUKC n-i v.- Afo't 5-4 IRAS Stfl.tf. " "1 DlSSQliV'K 3j THE Copartnership heretofore ex; JstinT between L. C. MA"NSOr1 m. x? R A 17. KY is this dav dissolve i.Jo.iunl consent All- demands Mh.Pt the firm will be settled by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 9 May 1835

l-. tlliKpliiB ijS?;V4Ws?i'"t''v'. ;M" IBP " -' J - ' It.-A-CM ." -? 8 mi - -f ( rir.rk ? ':S? iir cfPfeay 'fcUJss--- -: " . v. Ve-r s35L 2Jfca fejui i- a vf POETX. i; ' i r- lv. I esv f !-r Frofi'.the LJterarj siMeensrer. fn ST A. IB. M. P. Ther'fitentgrandetir iathe boundless iraste in ' TAnd quiet beauty like ibemoon beam traced in jengincnea tuauows on some mgw-ciuu i fafllY - Thtre'i fiercer grandeur in the chainlew son When the storm-spirit wakes it from its rest Ad the high waves art dashing wild and free V As the- white foam they bear upon tneir breast. The thunder's vice is louder and the sea The lightnings flash with wilder glare TLriAnd landsmen knownotof tho dangers he l iiri i : u .- ....t I i as tvno&e aumu uuu uic uuuautvahc uiuai i uare; m very quietly in the discussion of -various ' bills of more local interest. And as yet none of their measura soom to .have a tendency. to subvert the present form of a federal system of government aa it was feared by their adver...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 30 May 1835

THJE "Vi? 1 r- A t Taiwan rant.Trrn a w B?fc B" SI i lk EVIJyAl ild S2 Kyyjsr 'vsct. (sotF "zsssF sfl Q ta BfeEuu &5a u 3? ?S "T - " it' K I? -A ZOIU A S A ri U U DA Y M A Y 30 1S35. NUMBKK39. THE REPUBLICAN IS i'KlVi'KP. WD PUBLISH P.D BY V 3 TV "" a a-T . J. C.Y.iiA"k A 5 And will 1) p"iite i lor suixmbcrs every Saturday at ?j per in t i n. it' p lid ::: t ho end of six months. ST. if n M n u.i until th" expiration of the year So dico i':ii i i;ici v-;il be allowed except at the end of the ear. and not then until all arrearage? are paid. Advertisement of oiuhtiino- or under .$1 for the first insert! ;! an ! half that price for each eoutip.u- an'c lonie-o:j"s in proportion Xo advertisement will be with Inwn unti! p iid for hut will he contin- ued at the expense of the advertiser. Tl" An com nutueations ot a pergonal na ""' will he charged for :he same as advertisement-. si vv'KIA n. s M V o0. :::..::::::::.::::::::. i :."). IUNK OF TEX VS. charter lias been granted for a b ink ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 30 May 1835

tlllS Bank shall he for ivelit"n'0syn ditlbienl p'nees attended siotls of the Editor in thaf article are . i i. i !.. .". with iicmendoiis earthquakes winch made to tako the form of fne"id.-.up in v trs -iM(l m:iv es ahh:-!i nr.ui . . . . . .' J - sunk three Imge towns bo.-ides many order that he imv more sucecdui.v die- 111 ally p ill ol file Llle village- so that no t i.e e ot them to- can v oui his pit. pose of opposing ne '-ill Co'i.-tllulioiial L0er- mtin-. and destroyed a large portion grt at Republican pi ini-ipit-s winch 1 ajrxzK. "- JuOaTTwvqv;yKrSTr.-5SvyrtaiVgjg: ro i: Tii v nor o'i Uic otaie. will .ui.--e- ot til. .lligucl and til. Hiiva.lor. Tne have endeavoured to advance as i'red- . i I. .1 air wb si) ou.-iieu in a.s.e- unu urni o uic muicu a;n;es: aim one tin.- 10 Pe ..lniicd publlshe" . . . . - ' ' ' .-moke th.ti for eiht d.ivs lire inhabit- o I w.uch. ii'j. lo sav the inns: unpurinnl till. (.II Ulil.UCll U11 UUll l- .hi. ui'i nlihiil In in. l. iti llu-ir ;i v .o ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 6 June 1835

iT !" Si. 4 KT to mm It b-' r -f B R -f-l' itezm&mmm&j&&'' - - . lOX.i iSUJ iMIf ? Mii'v --JPK? ' n -k"cm-v'1 t -. -ras rv - .7 LsHIk II 4' Jf ---:-------?!--r'-?r- ....... .... j mfu IN . M "r f - "r-ti v : THE . ''VKSF '' . Kg?3a VOLUME 1 BRAZORIA SAIURDAY JUNE 6 1835. NUMBER 40. THE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY ' ' P. C. Git AY And- vail be printed for subscribers every Saturday .at .6 j per annum if paid at the end of six months or S7 if not paid until the expiration of the year. No discontinuance will be allowed except at the end of the year and not then until all arrearages arc pnid. Advertisements of eight lines or under $1 for the Sr?t insertion and half thatprice for each continu- ancc longer ones in proportion No advertisement will be withdrawn until paid for but. will be contin- ued at the expense of the advertiser. O- All communications of a personal nature will be charged for the same as advertisements. Aprecubly to a resolution passed at the l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 6 June 1835

;i i?BjK.''iL'r iS"5r K.-..TS 2M-3?a771vv-n mmterrAirsTzj-v&xs -; -izz .. " .""f Sf ..W": ?-? v J.J.H VL. W V ? -sattsn.! . !'i 11 .---'i Vl . -. - HJ tSWPj.'' ' IS L- I:'? if r - i.A5.SK' (WT'I . r &- M J-JfcfcZ-. .?- - --jjy... - flyaMMa I " IIU'II '"'fc.iV-f ' WS"?" tvfts brother to himself." and whether I'counti-ytown.'complaining a few" years he waa not his father's on71 Then ( ago that the political movement3 of Sam had a second penance to undergo our country puzzled him; he had his being laughedatibr'his 'credulity. l eye on the office of postmaster; he had For mv narh Isvtnpathite -with tfoor i'lieen trvineto know which riartv would 8am Smallcorn die detest Blake' whom' be uppermost; but no sooner did ho I devotedly hope he waa brought after -wards to the gallows; for there are ca. "ses when credulity is rhoie honorable 'than unbelief Indeed I do not know -a phrase which is more abused than :that of 'credolous people.' What is it 'that makes "aman credulous? If moved...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 6 June 1835

Wfc sassfetisoH illS ftirtlcut out from ' " nardo cross. $$g$hortns llio j&5ijhilcs; persons ft tSWce to cross ?Jfep&ere tlierc is liiintl. asMn COWAN. 7J3 33g&3 A. $l$ff Cox's point gt$sry advantage Ie .rtob?.h: Ki.ii.tr Ihr JJ-?r- "- 'o Mexican trade. &townofbu. &JCe place on the ) . V-lTf f ' privr.t 1 - tBWlERIAXD. Ml ijfii! Wirt -e Ax T.7 &Bl MSON dii i-s ilv-ii I tlom nr's ffl qft' ed b i. IgJaccoMits m j to l.im. HUXSJX. ."i v?v Si 3! .T4 -.-- "" 'V? rr.i rsr.u 5fl .o uijr oeen aj r of the ' 3?2&ec' '. rcoae- -" IK.1 Jjg-Qoil sild Cal;i'. I&3i hen iC.iU-1 1" lpine p.e-ciu-!'dri;l; a 'id .A ipjilute. will mil; SSSIIADON'R. 3$8 33- P SIVTOi3.vn. SWKNY. UiSsind lor .. ? fey. rfc S3 Casks Madeira jS&' made Cloth ins 5D AMjRF'.v;. PROSPECTUS FOR rrBMSUIXG A I'AITK UM)EK THK TITLI3 OF AND 'I1 E X A S P I' A JV TK It Thk undersigned proposes .o otiblish in the town ofSv?; Fr.LiPrfr- rE Avsti.v a paper under the above title the columns of vvhichj s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 6 June 1835

iA'Kytasaias "n!!lTlBfiii.LZL YSSwi Tv ' iiM !! iii iihipii ctf mtmcai cen ot this t-vn- w: i V -! iiJ .V n .... -2 J lntor-pi Sn 1335. weakness and dwnrq'it .lorai c which charactcnj"i tho pie... j Mr. Editor: Iin ico I u) vour aMcr . ... iti.uiK-iui p.acc nn article over thmiffn.i.ii4t .- U. I) fjtl.tuihrc. ma has In "!y Lccu mur- showing the authority under i inch tjy ?&m ccrcd by the Indians near Labida? Medical Censors of this place first" tfS&jC'rossing. We have not been able to ob-3'nod tnoir P'cr. There hai never Mlm (i .:..t c.i r been such a law passed und if that ffl u l v-uu'3 ol uu "ar' h boy enforces such a law. it must be COMMUNICA TIONS. i Coliimiua. June '2. 1S.'I.Y $0$ Mb. Editor My Having 'sited $jy Texas for the purpose of seeing if I "$ cou(1 find sufficient inducement to t$$.riiovo and settle my family and to lo- $$k Cfl!c m-' D'J3inPss in thia province one i of the most i.npottant matters of inqui- yji&iy was how efllcient are the laws of mj.i. a.....

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