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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 23 November 1865

J Hues IIILTMLHTjl r. FLAKF & RINKER. BY P. VLAKK * CO. GALVESTON: ««Mnl Agvnta. — Beott R. Sherwood, Esq , 14 Pine Btrc t, Boon 37, N«w York city, is the General Agent of this Journal for the cities of New York, Beaton. Philadelphia «ad Baltimore. • Messrs. Hertzberg & Simon tre oar duly an- ed as'nt* Tor San Antonio—for the "Union" M Wei1 H the Bulletin. ' Mww. O'BuntN ft Co., «re our only Authorized atea far4he «Hy of New Orleans; ■ ■ _ r?. "(7 . Sex New AxrrxKnsENTs.-J-New card of Mesar . Blaggeft Co. They are tha sole agenta for Emery's improved Cotton Gins, Howe's scales, WUder's safes and Scovall's planters hoes. Seo notice of auction sale by J. 8. 4 J. B. Sydnor to-day—a large lot of bay, groceries and dry goods are offered. Here's a chance for a bargain. The steamship Morgan will leave for New Or- leans on Monday next 9 Boots and Shoea.—A. ftosaa haa a large con- signment Sea advertisement Butter.—Messrs. Hans, Gengler & Co., have re- ceived a large lot of Goshe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 23 November 1865

vátüst news, «1 „ PnEHIDEXT IKFOBTUNBD TO change hls Po- \\ithiu a couple of days the President has receipts of quite lengthy telegrams from l*e"l" Radícula who will figure in the next dialing™ leeching him to change his reoon- _ jicy before the meeting of that body, 8 ut the sanio time that it has proved a .itíCiiiru fa .. Qnt, 0f these telegraiUR is from a ,1ffl nroinineot Honrce, and is indicative of the u%ll programme at the coming session. The líwiüeiit, it íb understood, has replied to some'of those dispatches. r«m* Justice Chase.—Chief Justice Chase, it • 'lid eoinplahw that he lias been niisrepresent- ,í. ¡ 'the publication of the synopsis of the cor- ,.™mdein>e between the President and himself wtffive to the trial of Jeff. Davis, and it is not im- «hable that lull copieH of the correspondence ¡¡¡11, be laid before the public. The Puusipent Uboei> to Tby Mb. Davis.—The v y Herald's Washington special Buys the Pre- iltíiit i being vigorously pressed to have Jeff, films...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 23 November 1865

fr Chabjlbs L. Bolxom ys. Mo. 2911 Njeuok Clxkxnts and John B. Walxm. In the District Court, Qtlveaton County, January Term, 1888. TAe Stale of 2W to tSe Sheriff of Galveston Cbunfy, Greeting: Whereaj, on the 90th day of November, A. D. 1865, Charlee 8. Bolton filed hie petition in onr District Court lor the county of Galveston, oom- plaining against Nelson Clemente and John B. Walker, and among other things, alleging in sub- stance as follows, to-wit: That the said Nelson Clements, being indebted to petitioner in the sum of Four Thousand Five Hundred Collars, with interest thereon at the rate of 12 per cent, per annum, from the 6th day of April, 1861, made, executed and delivered to peti- tioner, his promisory note therefor. That, in or- der to secure the payment of the sum mentioned in the said promissory note and interest, the said Nelson Clements endorsed, transferred and deliv- ered to petitioner a certain promissory note made and executed bv one John B. Walker, whereby the Mid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 23 November 1865

FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN. STJI^T^I-.ElVEE^rT. I NOVEMBER 23,1865. COUUC"' [Rbqülab Meeting.] Galveston, Nov. 21, 1865. , n h. Leonard, Mayor; Aldermen ^Bulíftc^r. Cronican, Farish, Jordan, Nash, "A Shackelford, Niebour and Kauder. ^bSng present, the absent Aldermen [were fined- porteti two or more cistern I ^SeÍ Sd needing repairs The Corn- tovew broken- wi ^ AUeyB were Instructed to mitt©® ^ f , i ^veth^Ca?tmout committee reported that I enffine hose with couplings had ar- l^fm the North. The remainder expected ■rived ,beÍTHoP^ erE crnmbling and needed repair, [jlarket Hou^ Mfirahai was instructed to have Kppta " píUms mi Board, to-wi . Galveston, Nov. 20, 1865. ,^myoraniAldcnmn W C%¡f <Mn*ton:- ÍoPSesgtonNews ffifbiU fo^inting^ the njso OftiveBW! r 18gl have examined the ' lfttte„r beg feave to report that they find Flake ffti^ bill!amounting to $192 25, corree , and Jwlv in accordance with their agreement, and S^nld therefore, recommend its payment, either AroV its equivalent in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 23 November 1865

cm dí Galvesto January 7 Cjiamjm L. Bolton j vs. No. 8911 i Njclaon Clcxsmtn and John B. Waxjus*. j The Btati qf Tkxos to (he Shirty of Oalv Greeting : Whereaj, on the 80th day of Not® 1865, Charles 8. Bolton filed his pel District Court for the county of Gab plaining against Nelson Clements ai walker, and among other things, all« stance as follows, to-wit: That the said Nelson Clements, bet to petitioner in the sum of Four Tb Huudred Dollars, with interest tbereo of 12 per cent, per annum, from th April, 1861, made, executed and doiiv tioner, his promisory note therefor, der to secure the payment of the huC in the said promissory note and interf Nelson Clements endorsed, transfers •red to petitioner a certain promisaoi and executed by one John b. Walker, ■aid John B. Walker, for a valuable cf promised to pay to the said Nelson C m. l. Clements, the Hum of Five The Hundred and Twenty-five Dollars. t of money specified in the promissor by the said Nelson Clements is wholly the whole ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 November 1865

4 * < w asa M* H/Jiá(M-i/!U:* • M vr •i-r .• )• (ÍALVESTON, FRIDAY, tfOV íüL. I. .'4 f« C* 0. WKLI.S, OMAELES V1DQK •tfiKK WOL8TOK irOLtlTO^ WKLtl ft VIDOR, §k$f,rai commission merchants, Strand «alveitoa. •ill receive (Aitton and other produce for sale or VIM - JweuMr orders for Pin ntation supplies, iJTte<i«mp ' M by cash < r «ternred by consignment ! SffiT Instructions will be implicitly «,heyed. VyVnnut sales promptly rendered, and proceeds of í íÍSÜ"• <"* 'r «*• called for. je36-U6m BALUNGKR A JACK, Attoknujvs at La|t, Oalveston, Texas. W At their old office, PostOffice Street, jiieiwi ^ "* WllEDE & KONSlTLinUNN, frpT AND SHOEMAKERS, IJ^Wiluam Tell" Hotel, Market Sobeet, 4 « SI I Vfc*tOU,Tr 'XIW, Have a Urge atock of the host quality of domestic nil | .rrijti Keathur on hand, also a «took of ready- M«ds Boot* All.i Gaiters. We otter oar work at N<?w trl prices. julyl7dly^4 ^ a7IIIÍ^iÑioe¿ lUCAI.KB IN China, Glass, LCarthen, Brittania . ) aoi^o-J j^Y0H|nti * n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 November 1865

As Texas senda 9, FLAKE 8. RINKER. BY F. FLiJU * CO. «aasüs Friday Morning, November 24 Afftnti. — Scott R. Sherwood, Esq U Pise street, Room 37. New York dtj. k the toner* as&mEEs " ** "*• N" fifi elphla nad Baltimore. •rMeuri. Hertxberg A 8imon m onr duly a< tboriznd ag^nt* for Sao Antonio—for the " Onion M well at the Bulletin. tfgsra*. O'Bribn A Co., are oar only authorised agent* for the city of New Orleans. Ths D**iul—We «tro promised a first rate dra- matic company for otir amusement during the coming winter. Our/rid/riend Neitsch promises to give as a list of performers worthy of patron* age. We are glad of this. The theatre is One of the institutions of every enterprising community, aad whenever of Sufflcieat merit is sure of liberal patronage. While we are content for the present, ¿o let more pretentious theatres usurp the stars, we do require a goad general stock company whieh shall be equal to the proper presentation of ill the lighter dramatic pieces. The mistake...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 November 1865

goclnl Intercourse. A I tbÍaT! While Mr. Lincoln, who was a man shrewd' Mrs. Dr. Hoxie, an ¿¡Jénd esteemarf «*í,w bove bi i'eH°w8 rttled Un*ted States, he of Brenham, died recently. Ly. enjoined upon his generals and other of- j Cotton continues to arrive quite freely at this to do tbeif utmost to restore social inter- P ™e, which is being taken off by the era as re M wiPe out the m,Urk8 °f war from ^ The cotton buyers 1 within the Federal lines. It was a matter and we hear of nn ^e mteí,eu8t tor the P «t week, know k it his officers were so much addicted to party niovemente. airtog and party going-that theatres, balls and'^\n¿ti«e ^jderable wool being shipped in fe¿*itiea of every sort, were encouraged wherever; Goods continue to arrive quite freelv, andal- the Union flag waved. I most every day we notice a new establishment be- lli generala, commanding departments, held m8 opened. —Brenham Enquirer. fheir weekly levees, and merchante who received! Houston and San Antonio are now c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 November 1865

II [Tor Fkke'g Bulletin. Steamer Magnolia, ) On the river, Nov. 17th, 1865. J The passengers on board the steam nr Magnolia, Capt. Chiw. Fowler, Commander, on heif third trip from Galveston to New Orleans, in meeting assembled Revolved, 1st That the fine winning qualities o/ the steamer Magnolia have been fUlly developed during this trip. The running tune from bar to bar being twenty-six hours and a halt. Second. That every attention has been paid to passengers during the trip, and it has been pleas- ant in every uiunuer. Third, That the quiet but perfect organization of Capt. Charles Fowler, has brought about these results. Fourth. That we congratulate him upon his pros- pect of obtaining a new ship, superior to his pres- ent command, and wish him all the success he may hope for in the some, and believe that his fti- ture will be as successful as his past history has proven.to be. FfJi.—We return Lit basan A IWcGnr. COTTON FACTORS, GALVESTON, Orno*—Knhn's Building, up Stair*. july2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 November 1865

* WW lli(it the Uní naiids on board, fully. FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN. ttf J =3 in! th, iw an lai I caí tw I SUPPLEMENT. jVESTON, NOYEMBEU 24,1865. Important to merchants. following circular is of considerable im- jrtance to our merchants doing an importing Treasvry Department. ) "Washington, November 6, 1865. j" pfflcers of tho Customs authorized to reccive loneys for Duties on Imports: tbu aro instructed and required to receivo in yment of duties on imports, Gold Certificates I deposits issued by the Treasurer or Assistant ieasurer of the United States, under the authori- ! of the 5th section of an act of Congress entit- jd "An Act to provide ways and means for the Apport of tho Government," approved March 3, 863, which provides that "certificates for coin or iullion in the Treasury shall be'received at par in ¿ayment of duties on imports." / You will in no case receive such certificates for duties in excess of the amount to be paid. Should any one or more certificates presented for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 November 1865

I COMMISSION Avn fumrasvo.. .jyi"üJjriTT í vrma.,i „ Island City Auction Mart. Sion or the "RED FLAG" 22nd SniEET/betwocn Market and Mechanic,Streets, «. Galveston, Texas. GEO. II. TRABUE Auctioneer. The undersigned having opened an Auction and. Commission House as above indicated, will attend to the sales of Merchandise, Country Produce, Vehicles, (all kinds) Horses, Mules, Household <fc Kitchen Furniture, Real Estate, Vessels (all kinds) and indeed, everything else usual in such a busi- ness. Private SMe i at all times when not engaged m selling at Auction. Regular Auction Salt si Tri-Weekly — Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays — commencing at 94 o'clock A. M. Nlglit Sales t Two or three nights of every week, Consignees may find it to their advantage to have goods sold by Retail, hence, the adoption of night sales. Consitjivmenls solicited. Returns promptly made. Nov.8d3mos. D. A. JAMESON. Carriage Painting and Trimming. Having secured the services of a fi rate; ass ( Carriage Fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 November 1865

FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN. GALVESTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1865, Mint WWX, 0« «• wkllb, ouaklkm vinoa. ffOMTON, WELLS A VIDOIl, VICSNKAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Sti'iiiid «ulvcstoii. tfill rftctve r'ottnn ami other produce for tule or h'Hinmt. \vill *xeente orders for Plantation supplies, ll.en aceempumnl by null or secured b* consignment mroducv. Instructions will he implicitly obeyed. Vai-nnt sale* prompjly r« ndcred, and proceeds of , ,m • ways i " \v when culled for. je38-d6m B A L LING K R & J AO K, • Attorneys at Law. Galveston, Texas. *fr At Ikeir ©1<1 office, Po¡«t Office Street, jll-rtmrt WREDE & KONS«]rUIAlf!V. it'OT AND SHOEMAKERS, William Tell' Hotel, Market Sobebt, (julvcston, Ti'xas, (lave « latge «tock of the best quality of domestic „ i ,rrijn Leather on hand, also >t stock of ready- mad' lb ** aud Galicrs. We ofler our work at Now #rl a i* price*. julyl7dly¿¿ v . A .If A I.DINGEHT enalbe ik China, fcílass, Earthen, Brittania and tflLVEJl PLATED WARES, toy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 November 1865

F FLAKE . ...8. RINKER. GALVESTON: itvrday Morning, November 25 crol Asente. _ Scott R. Hherwood, Esq , Jé Pine Room 37, New York city,lithe General Agent of this Journal for the cities of New York, Boston. Philadelphia snd Bsltimore. «T Messrs. Hertzberg A 8!mon are oar dnly au- thorized agmts for San Antonio—for the "Uniou" M wel< as the Bulletin. i. O'Brikn A Co.. are onr only authorised agento for the city of New Orleans. See Knr Adrerltaemoiií . Great. Bargain.—House and two lota for sale by Smoot A Allen. For Matamoros.—Sohooner Tweed. See adver- tisement Wanted.—See advertisement. For Sale.—See advertisement For Boston.—Brig Nebraska. See advertise- ment par The " positive and unreserved " sale of Messrs. Lidstone A Barnes, to-day, Is characteristic <ot their firm. Having accumulated a heavy stock of goods, they now propose to close them out at a single sale, provided they get buyers. In order that they may not be disappointed, and the pub- lic miss a chance for great b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 November 1865

FLAKE S bulletin office, Fiudax Evening, Nov. 24. nel Overshirta, ^ d° a1 75@,2i Cottouadps. 60(O>76C; Muslin Delaines, 40@45c; All Wool do 75c; French ÍM^M8' *1^i;P°Plilu,'75®87o; Brogans, $25® 130 Mens Balmorals, $30; Extra Size do $33; Gents Calf Skin Cbngress Gaiters, $54@$60; Wo- Sh0e8* *U®m> Ladies Balmorals, *40®$42; Hats, $20@$75; Blankets, $7@$10.« lb~Bar' la¿°; Swedes, 15o, Hoop, 12J@20«; Sheet, 16@20o;Nail Bods, 25o; testings, American, 10c; Nails, American, $12; Out Spikes, xzc* Personal. £U Íflne"ScKrt011' 0ff0tB f°'Sale° DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. &c., at wholesale. And having made arrangements to keep a full and complete stock, invites orders and calls, sat- ljifaed he can offer to permanent trade snch in- dncements as will make to the interest of his friends and patrons. O. A. BULKLEY, At Adams, Jordan & Cb.'s old stand, Strand Galveston, Nov. 23, 1865—dtt ' «• The Brig " FLORENCE," from New York, is now d scliarfeing cargo at Kuhn's wharf: «-onsigi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 November 1865

C. L. McCARTY, Ex-Shcriffof Galveatoncoun-' . K |y. Im again roniineiiced liio oM business of K<al AUtri u K-tat- Agvnt and Auctioneer, at the t«re of Mr. E. P. Morgan. Tlmukful far former support, I would *¿..in a*k a contii unite ■. I will Ju* lueiaure. my attention to the pur chuee and -ale of real estate. I have now on h*n-l ami for Mile, very desirable property, and more routing. Parties wiahing to pur- o .ttiw will tlo w*ll to give me a eall before dosing ••'newhere. 1 will alt o sell property in anypaitof the city or county and at any time my aerVice* are iir«<ie«f*at as rea*oii*ble chaigesjisany one in the line of Auction business- C. L. McCARTY, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. S. B.—Will aell regularly two «laya in each week E. L VCbN, and commission merchant and dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDIZE. Old Smmd Tremont Street, QalceMon, Texas. ipril 15.18M. \ w. T. sawvaa, Of the firm J of a yer, Riaher A Hall I BOl'I.DS «AKKK( t Formerly Baker A BolLqg, Cigars and Tobacco a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 November 1865

V t./ «r>t i jlMmd jf '\VHE! i<?df A, g^WllAUtf * llave a1«rjW® *n t *rt-In I**1 Brtdf UooWfi 0ri •«* rriee,% ' —"1 China, G! 81LVJ T0' WOOD Come ••J«uy Í Andi> in AMI ffc -r I ff •) || p« !• 1 U.> .!*• ' I.I IUKSKTT N'iiitr, i Will rv^Moi Ail i I HI *, «¿nil IfcHIP l< OBX |t rcHji •hi Ib16 O orneys and Counsellors-at-Law, Galveston, |«. Tov«a ,a* form «Hp. Üqi] lUmr .waai. of FLAKE'S DAILY mrn^^mmrmng ihem, mm ct23dly | they came under tbe head of i„ aoBT. vomit, tars, and advised them to look for __ wmimp.'a Vftl A1\ |mentforthwith.^ The^ourt^ordered SXJ^^LUJlVEEXsrT. /LVKSTON, NOVEMBER 25, 1865. From New York. /BCIAJ, COXIEESPONDEKCB OF FLAKE'S BUXJjETIN. ] New Yobx, Nov. 3, 1865. /. Whether it mny be the impression of Mr. Je'f- ¿rson J>avia that he will be punished for treason, fa runy, porhaps, judge from the circumstance /hat it in authentically reported he has just Order- ed, for wear during the approaching winter, of a /Washington merchant, a heavy beaver c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 November 1865

Strand, nniMtiiíU Outarman'a BuUiiajf. Kraft & Tliussing. w Foawa# AJÍ P ? Qoops, . roduce forwarded to us for ■Mpntfnt or sale. Will «Kecute at I orders for plantation supplies proinptlj. i struct ous witl implicitly obeyed. Comignmeuts solicited. • ^V1' ON NEW ORLEAN \D.ovl8dfcí Ia* M L L, Island City Auction Mart. 'ikon or toe "RED FLAG" 22nd Strew, between Makkkt and Mechanic Streets, Galveston, Texas. 0E0. H. TBAB UE .... Auctioneer.. The undersigned, having opened an Auction and Commission House as above indicated, .tyill attend to the salen of Merchandise, Country Produce, Vehicles, (all kinds) Horses, Mnles, Household <fc Kitchen Furniture, Real Estate, Vessels (all kinds) and indeed, everything else usual in such a busi- ness. Private Sn!« « at all times when not engaged in soiling,at Auction. Regnlnr A action Salem Tfl-Weekly — Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays — commencing at Oj o'clock A. M. KlglU Sales « Two or three nights of every week, Consignees may find it "t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 26 November 1865

FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN Misil HMD) ÜALVESTON, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26. 1865. ■v. < 4'-t M rit muro o. o. wkli.s, chari.es tmkir. "wOUTOiy, WK^LS * VII>OU, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Strand Galveston. muí tétMre Cotton and other produce for «ale or ^ü*nL \vi)l execute order for Plantation nupphes, •'htTI).o«mn "ied by «ash or scoured by couslgnmaut 1 ^dnee. Instruction* will be Implicitly obeyed. < 'Pr i— promptly rendered, aud proceeds of wlieu called for. Je36-d6m VCf,,niit sale pro , 10^ «iwhjth '«"á ijr , B A L LI X G K R A JACK, Attorn evs at Law. Galveston, Texas, qy- At (heir old office, Post Office Street. I ¿ : " 'WVLBDB * koNSULMAN . I<.o'f AND SHOEMA J3R S, y^WlLMAM TELL' HOTEL, MARKET OBI-ET, «Iilvcslou, Tern , Have a large Htock of the best quality of domestio n | Tfinn Heather «u bund, also a stock of ready Wide Hoots and (Jailor* 0ri s i" prices. METROPOLITAN HOTEL, latb brown's, Washington, D. C. nowh£lnir(lnn>««iel' Jtoiooated. and Refurnished, is • .«Tito PHILI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 26 November 1865

. .. ^—-t>Í Tmri FLAKE'S DilWmifiWN. kbluhbd by v. , b. rinker. FLAKE * CO. (j A L V H ^ T 0 N: Sunday Morning, Xorember 26 U Pin# *kp> \ Ag**t ofjhis Boston. «Ti Ihorteed U W#l' A* AgriiU. — 8cOU R, Sherwood, Kaq , t. Room 37, Hew Vurk city,¡«the ;, u.-ial * Journal for the citieo of New York, pill* tod JUUimoie. HerUberg & Simon are our duly tu- tor Se Antonio—for tít« "Union" The telegraph brings as the important intelli- gence of the surrender to the British authorities of the Confederate cnueer Shenandoah. The information is exceedingly brief; and leaves as much perplexed as to the prineipal features of the transaction. The history of this vessel has been the frequent subject of diplomatic correspondence- It will be remembered that she was buQt on the river Clyde as the ••Velocity" by the Messrs. Laird, one of whom is a member of Parliament. Aud that when this gentleman was charged with building a steam- «ggsggga,1.1,! i u—-—jmsii. ii—niij !er intended for Confederate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 26 November 1865

LA'TBST news. The London Times of U;laud ,uid France wnrithtttin spééd the oath of allegiance to tho Mexican Imperial Government b Unes, in an article on the fleets j rived ySérdayi iíiuüíiuVlTcS Horned At" frunce, is toiced to the conclu- wood, with part of the er«w nf «"1 i • S # «- ' «up.-uwvi'e , g&isisssg *%,„ thrrn 140,000 pet.on . tawiled from Mar.¡hrátodSLXnXuft¡,S PaM^íh" ™ 'IIpk France, on account oí cholera; and at;ot three thousand three Imndroii j t «. out of a population of 20,000, 20,000 have bales of cotton T^clnZft Z^Xa™. ^Veiy beuvy floods have recently oceurcd in Ja-1 British sh?pEHa. 6 °r°W WU8 takeU utt by tho D)lU, causing groAt damage. | Jackson, Nov. 21.—A bill conferrine certain P TUe Tyoo n oi Japan Una organized an expe- civil rights upon freedmen, passed the House o ilition WiiaHt the íelxílhou Priucu Chosia. ¡ RepreHeutfttifes to-day, with a Huhstitnfa fnv th« ■!fhe Jecker claiu*, the pretext kr the French 14th section. Freedmon are allowed to testif...

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