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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 June 1839

"S 3 r QKKLWIKB&IHII -$&) . 4liK movBti nMF lSELrf KV -iS (j- S, E ATOaHB-i -r .1 ,' ' 'T 5 -" f,.. . ' - gliihfS , flugg&asatr53as; 32 VIKSMM -A LTHUi .MTia'WSS -TSJI, ,MH(" "J-".- -? FS i' iii 'jissr rz-r fc -- ..MMHMB F -V " r" i- -? ; r -T.E.2ZHS-$5 in advance. i w BY t3RTJGrER & MOORE- POBLISHEDBY CRUGER & MOUttfi TERMS. Sutscription, FiyeDollan; ayear,,pavableuiad c - n.itnM ifititt --TiTratinn of thfcVeiiri. . wm nr neven uuiiaio hi- uv v.m - "-"-, .-. - -- . j-.,io- Ttrn Ort nmer sfluare ior uic u -- 1 r .. .!. ftWr ncrrirtll. and One At for each coStiuaucee.ght Hues or W Srfred a square. Murine and ObnuarynoUcormore Than thiSlin each; Cards of Passengers dAnnocnceme . of Candidates for political offices, will be charged at me com- " mon'rates of advertising. .!. and when . 33r All .advertisements to Tie paid for 'i adrance, nl, fom. nost riaid or they will twt be attended to. KA6EOTS to tfettei Stoi. Edwahd Halt., New Or- le? TI Kelloog, Booksellers, Mob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 June 1839

rss TW f? Wl -" 5 -vr --. 7Z ,-Ssa Uj. IVa" I3r it ? - Trom the Washington Globe, SPECIAL MISSION TO ENGLAND. The President has determined not to fend a special minister, tofEneland at presenT-aml we afe.TienHitted,to Eubhshfhe TolowJQg extracts,from;fhe correspondence etween Jrd'Palrrwston andTVK SjevensonTai;e)lana-' lorYo0hfijiews .of tfietwo governments upqpthesnbjecrr steventotrjco jjoraxfaimtTston. " Lord Palm!Si3Brprobably'jSlreadvibeen apprised that, among fpSracfeffipfthe-Congress of the United States at theNetoeTOiSSato'session, provision was jmade ,for a"peciarrmsMraGreatBritain? irfreuuion to the subject of jhis conlrorer sy,- should itan5he,opinion'of the of thjS'povblrae.mdigned, has now the honot.of - . Dnnnnin4iiM !.! TAwJU?.. 4V...1 iliADni)lAnt f,f ilia TTni. jl irawumiuti uceaieu uuvisuuiu in aDDOini onezttxu vjhuc ted"States-(desirousof conforming to the indicated wishes of CbngressVhas directed him to announce to her Maies- iys-guvenimeni nis willingness to lusu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 June 1839

r ip- y?&te7& Xf7t v - the citizens of Independence. The donations of-land alrea- dv received are as follows, viz: a site for a church and a 12 acre lot in San Felipe, given by express ordinance of the city government ; 50acres tor a camp ground, on which is a church" partially completed, at Piney Creek, by Messrs. Bell and Granville; 25 acres at Center Hill fora parsonage by-David Ayere,Esq., 2 acres for a church at Travis, by Messrs Cleaveland and Kuykendalh 5 acres for a camp ground and a church on Caney creek by James Stephens, Esq , 2 acres in the town of Halloway for a church) by J. Beaucamp, Esq., 25 acres at Cedar Creek for a parsonage, by Win. Keesee, Esq. and 4 acres at In- dependence for a church, by Messrs. Barren & WiJIson.: The readiness and liberality with which these donations , have been made, are .a gratuying indication of the interest felt by the citizens ot Texas, for the early establishment of religious institutions among them, and receive the bean- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 June 1839

.-----.?' - P&z. I&. CI. 15 vtiv l iv Nn 'J - IS? I'A r m wt 15 f -j?k Ef- -& i i rr- r Rf t" ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE By virtus. of an orderof -the honorable court of prolate, Montgomery county, I -will boul'12 miles southTeasi of the county, beloiigingto the.estatetof Martin" Pi CUufcdeceased.. TcrSs 3 anil 6 months credit. "x;jekS, zmmzs&& w w fs-Frcpppun JloiiteomervirnaviSS xt Adm'r. -ilAMES-MBRANHAlS, attorney, at. law, has established hun- :B-jt2iti.l :wr---r,..:. - i- nt-.. j .i- .-; .1 vdcu ui iub uvy;iututuvcauUi ouu wui'auuuu uie courts m me 1 ana Jbioeny. Vicksburg, Miss. nilnlnh? "Wl& XJGfasquet & Cor smith & voornees, 'HTF16rcnce&'Co. Tl Robert Page, Esq. ''Richard Mori is, Esq.- .New Orleans. A. Houston, Texas. .. jjk leyi jnoes, W-, GaiLBorden, jr. -, -Hon. R. D. Johnson, ( Galveston, Texas. Urlvestonrmay2a 4 SOB G!ALE OP VALUABLE PROPER"! ' un tne isi iaon- aOaavin Jvdy there will be offered at.auclion, 200 valuable 'Motsm'ftewwn of V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 June 1839

5- - &. v V &&& & - f&3si SiS- -fir QggtfMgSEto&WL iM8 .VOtSIiiO ' IBSBWI &S5- J! ,t fi i-w-WwrfTnT-, Q - ofeeCt -.fo. & -SSfe "JS 1 - tjn" vj--)m Published Twice a W eek dn ringthcSessionof Congress and Weekly the remainder of the War, or $7 at the end- of the test7 -TERMS---5 in advance. S57."1 ajasSsal iUi-?j- vw-W 1 VfiVr i il '5o.-au5 E n 4 i V era r ir ty- v 3s K WZ CBUGE&-& MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE - rUTT-TWONUMBtRSATO CONSTITUTE THE YEiR TERMS: Subscription, Five Dollars a year, payable in ad - vau.ee, .or Seven Dollars at ihe expiration of the year. Advertising: Two Dollar.per square for the first insertion, .and'One Dollar for each contiuanee eight, lines or less is considered a square. Marriage and Obituary noticespr more than threelmes each; Cards ofPassengers and Armocncernents of Candidates for political offices.-will be charged at the com- mon rates of advertising. " , , 1S-A11 advertisements to be paid form ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 June 1839

fe Kf m lv- "WS w1 T " rttrf , r J. .- FBOM TAMPIGO. . 3n.onnarton has beenreceived Ty the arrival of the schooner CreofegfroTampico, that.General Aijta, at the hesdcf 600 inSntry.'fcentril troops,) arrived at the baT of Tarrrpjso, (romJUtamua, on-the.nigbt of the 27th nit, and surf-fiseiand. captured in ajew minutes, tho small, party ofieralists who were stationed jhere to defend the . place, wli lOufloSng or having even asinglc man belong- jng tofhiarty Tvounded., i - --"- Tho"nftn-of-war schooner, formerly the old Indepen- dence of Teiaastationed at the bar," was captured in fif- . teeirroihules the major part of the crew basely deserting thefiew. resolute "men on board, jumped overboard and madcthtiir escape, having her two" principal officers, (one of whom, a, Frenchman, Jvhovbehnved nobly.) and " seven men, all of "wEomwere- wounded, to fall into? the " .hand of the enemy. General Aristahwl despatched a brig to Vera Cruz, to ordnancej.u'nd two tomb, cannons, with which he inte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 June 1839

--i.j 3fl SJ p - k - h v TffE TELIOEAPH. JJpiistoH, Wednesday, June 193 1839. - Mexico. It is said the Mexicans are again collecting -a force at-Matamoros with a view to make a descent upon Texas. Conjecture is. on stilts, and opinions stagger -amon" us no three men agreeing in their thoughts. Bat happily all agree in one thing that if-they do come, our western jraines will receive a copious manuring. That Mexico hasTsome fallacious hopes, founded upon ihefr intrigues with the emigrant Indians of our country we entertain no doubt That they .will venture another .serious invasion, on the strength of those hopes, we more than question ; and we especially doubt it, because we believe all such hopes will be' promptly and effectually cat off, before tfiese-abominable subsidiaries of the toma -hawk can begin to reduce them to fruition. " CHEROKEE INDIANS. Wer are not fond of doling out .the unauthenticated ru. morsjaf the day: but they sometimes come in a shape so imposing, and address th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 June 1839

T TJNAWAY from me, on 6rti day of April last, a browncol- J.X, orettiiegro,inaj.Dy,iiMneisaaciJf.yearsoia, nsaruyuu feetilfjdiort-nndTJinnkyinadei-ias.largeyes.aiiaabMliy ."heBd.somewhaipnoj3rBnds recollected;,liis clothing is velvet rctmd-ahontifcassinetpaBtloons and cotton and red pantloons, ".asd alsoa fur bat, short brim, -with a.' buckle and riband: : check .shiHtanua'couoa smn. ne-Deionesouuic n "'-- -y ' slolen,wUillntandthethien:40OdoIars,-iexas money; moat - isiiot enough; I. will add more: purchased him in February Llsl auction'. Id Vicksburg, Afiss. , Stop, stop b.m, nd the ggaaSon W. Oak bayou OTNRYEVANS 'keeps constantly' prepared and for sale. $r&Ltet.vs2?zz:i,iZfc&.v Hlnl Aiso A certain Cure for the ever and fSS&Bes Bodaandsradlitt Powders, together with a general assort- IvWSJvsSrr !d..AlJmiB Yt.iwfti.mea nnrl TlMennnenieaneS. SSSPrrr' .T -r;- j acians presenpuons accurately preumeu. ytf OALEVOF-VALTTABLE.PROPERTY On the 1st Mon- O day-in July there will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 June 1839

. c iv. -j :- ;aSA3iB!?-H2 ' -lllj - -JWB2&; 4 3- 'J ir r i f TJERJtIS---$5 in advance. BT CRUGER & MOORE- PUBLISHED BY CRUGEK&MOQJ FIFTT-TWO NUMBERS TOumiu-" . TEBMSfeS&wartrtfrfelJoniM a year, payable in aa .iSTeTeaDollars at the expiration of the year. dlerlising; Two Dollar per square for the bxst insertion, j r tiii. fnr Mdi contiuauce eieht lines or less is " considered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices of more than three lines each;- Cards of Passengers aud Annocncements of Candidates lor political pmces, win oe cnargeaai iuc com- mon rates of advertising! j a ii nilirprti'mpni'3 to hp Taid fnr in advance: and "when not otherwise ordered, will invariably be published until forbid, and charged for accordingly. All Tetters on business must be post paid or they will not be attended to. AGENTSa the United Stales. Edwabd Hall, New Or- leans; J.S.-Kellooo, Booksellers; 'Mobile; Boyd 6t Suydam, New York; Dr. E. H. Msoi, Greensborough Ga. Tn. TTYis But.r Gay &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 June 1839

r &. U 13" til AC sc Hi Fi IS"- !- S? is t?s& Wj MGRUL TO TUB GEHWAl, C0SGRES3 pFLTHEVmi.7 EI1CAK .rn The id!iabitanlaoCTe-hVtKeirrcDrentativeaeec IdCmventioBasMmHed.womdiespcS'allypproaeSe National GongreSand'prraenttlus tneir Memorial, pray" Jng thSjfielunioa-which-was-estaWished -between Co- ahuii-andTexas, Tvhereby the two ancient 'Provinces 'wertfincorponSedlnio' one' Free and. Independent State, render the" nara'ut)ECoahuilav-f.nd Texas, may be dissolv ed, abrogatedjj&& perpetually 'se; and that the, inhabi- tants of -Text's may be authorised to institute and establish EseparateState Government, which shall be in accord-unce-with the Federal Constitution, and the Constitutive Act and that the State so constituted, shall be received and "Agt incorporatednnto the great" Cofederotlon of Mexico, on lerms 01 equality WJia uie uiner oiaies ui me uuiuu. To explain the grounds of this application, your me--morialists would respectfully invite the attention of the Gener...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 June 1839

3s -Sfl V" "-.. ' - f li MS: : 3L- &v ? - men, amounting to at least 200, suddenly made their ap- pearance in the Rue St Dennis. Their presence at- tracted a crowd of idlers, and they,, were immediately joined brothers of their own party, no doubt; all of them, being like them, dressed in blouses, with casquettes (the -ordinary apparel of workmen.) They passed down the street' rapidly; and halting before the house of Lepage, the ;gan maker, -which they attacked, and after some difficulty forced an" entrance into it, and seized about 150 muskets, and other fire-arms, which they carried off! They forth- with rjassed down that street the focus of all previous in surrections, ana reacning me quays, oiviueq. yjnejgyjs nrnfoototl to thft militarv DOSt on thr P"""" "ii'nr, nri, joining- thealaisjl-srandcalled on the troops to saTTSRKK Without waiting for a reply, they fired a volley, which killed a very nne young man, the sentinel 'at the door, and wounded the officer in command, and a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 June 1839

is-. J- t f& l a ,. Eg?4 r-m j7" V VS .-33? .MMS t i i ... 1 1- . - . r I - -, SOOjOOQaCRES.OF XtraorSSTheadvan- T "T-tagestbVsu&criber.hashadia making locattnnsj have not been , ,sojpassedbyYn; having resided in Texas for ihelast six yeai s and hiring given entire attention to that one object; that of ac- VC " quiring landsKand acted for three "years of the time as Surveyor " v -Simself; and asyethassoldbat comparatively Utile of his land; nov?offers any or all for sale, (amounting to 250,000 acres, at reduced pricesrfor cashtoraegroes. He also has three .hundred -,f . '.,,.. j i,.ri,i. ri.v. i9nifa nre unncipallv ill AWCdui iiuitiuiiu uuuiui bale t.n.9 m . , .- Eastern Texas, and none arenor.can be better situated jor local a'dvantiges,asirellalhat of navigation, as all of his lands lie on omearsome navigable stream, and from ihecoast as high trp as where Trammel's Trace crosses the Sabine ver. "(Red-Lander) DAVID BROWN. -- -San Attgustirle, May, 1839. S"213 LETTERS of adm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 July 1839

i msam jaijT) xa mmam I - . tlst-f 'J S TJEEM?IS$5 fa advance. - ,5ia . Published Twice a U ekdt? ring the Session of Congress and Wcekiythe remainder of the Year, or 87 at the, end of 1hesycar QW1.Q&.-, ,t -i J?? at II l-Zs-r V. : BY CRUGi-ER & MOORE- PUBLISHEDBY CR.U-GER & MOORE FIFTY-TWO NUMBERS TO" CONSTITUTE THE YEiR. - TERMS Subscription, Five Dollars a year, payable in ad vance or Seven-Dollar? at ihc expiration of ihe year. Advertising: ,Two Dollar per square for tbc first insertion, s,.aOne Dollar for each contiuance eight lines or less is considered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices of more thaTlhreeUneseach; Cards of Passengers and Annocncements of Candidates for politicaUfficesill be charged at the com- mon rates of advertising. , ii-hell AAU advertisemeals to Repaid for in advance; and ,heti Uofmhenvisc ordered; will invariably be l'ubl!tnT, musVbe and charged for accordingly. All letters on busincs. must be postpaid or they-will not be attended to. N ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 July 1839

-rl -Jt ThfiTollrwinAirom fto NtOrlealsAmerican, nporrj ihe subiectof the Atlantic Steam Navigation direct with that city, 13 one of greatiraportancenot only that'and the neighboring cities'of the southern States, but To" olir"own country: It will therefore be read with interest. -Fr6mfhe N. O. True American.- . ATLAS STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. WS fiiveiiqre us the prospectus of the Atlas Steam Navigation Corapaiiy'of Liverpool, whose directors are Jofih Aikin, Lawrence Kortright, Francis B. Ogden, Stephen-Price, Cuftis Reid, andR. N. and Henry Van wart The cayitals is 50,000 in 500 shares of 100 each, de- posit 10 per share. , The object of thus association is to build a steavi ship qj1000 tons burthen, to run between England- and the United States, toJe Jilted with the pa- tent proppellers of Ericson, which are to be driven by en- gines of 320 horsepower, &c. From time to time we have laid before th public -accounts of the progress of Ericson's 'propellers, hVough the kindness ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 July 1839

1tfsi3!" I It -I . i? For She TeltgnipL ?"PUBLTC:MEETING AT ARANSAS. 1 " ' , Jf 'Saturday, June 15th, 1639. At,a meeting)f the,Jcitizeus of the citof Arausasjcon- "vened atTtlie Council house on Saturday evening June.15, -1839, pursuant to public notice take into'consideration. thelaie removal of the custom house froarrhfe place, -Colonel Henry "L. Kenney.was called to the chair, and Major S. Parson Griswold appointed secretary. After "a brief statement of the object of the meeting, by the chair,! on motion of George W. Pulton, a committee of five was'1 aDDointed todraft and report a series of resolutions expres sive of the -sense ofahis meeting. .Whereupon, -Colonel" James Power, U. VV. tuuon, isidiraru FitzgeraW.Joel T. Case and R. C. Jackson, "were appointed said 'commit- mitteej and on motion cf Col. J. Power, Cal: H.'L Ken- uiey was added to said committee. The meeting was then ably addressed by -siweral gen- tlemen, after which en motion of J. T. -Case, Esqr., the 'meetihg'adj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 July 1839

: X-iHEsubscriber's Coal Was stolen from his stalljn lh'e Mar-- ket:hbuse,afeeeksago, and with it his Pocket-Book, con- 'taifiQi 'IT 1 . ' A'hcaarigbt certificate for one-third of a league of land, issu- ed by the land co"mmissi6ners of Harrisburgjunty, to E Gi- ATcertificate for one-.third o('a league,, the headrigkt - -' ilSkl ! tuta InAnlAil ?.nltl1 fl Attn fV- tofThos. A deed, from said Kemp to Geo. H Mayer, for said land, passed before "W. Fairfax Gray, notary public, on the 1 ah day of April last. ' , - .. ," ,. . A deed from Geo'H Mayer to Samuel SdBetts, for an nndm- ded half of the same land, passed JjeforeW F Gray, notary pub- lic, on the 2d day of May last. " ... , A-headright certificate, issued to Samuel S Bettsliy tbeloard oflandcommissionerVofUarriiburgounly, for MO acres of A head right 'certificate, issued "by the same board, for the same amountof land,toGeo-H Mayer. ' A bounty land certificate, issued- to Geo H Mayer, for 1--.0 acres lapd, No 1711 date, lOtk June, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 July 1839

, . ttfflafflBIB&tHn &na . " WKMli r 'Hi fc P w ' vbi n v. ..jocstaKi i . C Oi ' JMKXiW s TERMS--"5 in advance. Published Twice a W ckdu ring theSession of Congress and Weekly the remainder of the 'Year, or 87 at the eriff r tKiVvZm:. ! I - iTPj C BY CEUGER & MOORE- Houston, Wednesday, july 10, 1839. VOL. V-NO. 4tWHOLE JNfe&lS - -l i r- '$z ? - L a us W r PUBLISHfiDBY CEUGER & MOORE. , FIFTY-TWO NtJMBEUS TO CONSTITUTE THE Y&H. TERMS. Subscription, Five Dollars a year, payable in ad vance, or Seven Dollars at ihe expiration of the year. "Advertising: Two Dollar per square for the hrst insertion, and One Dollar .for- eachycontiuauce eight lines or less is considered a square. Marriage arid Obituary notices of more than three lines eachf Cards ol Passengers and Annocncemenis of Candidafes forpoHucal offices, will be charged at the com- morirates of advertising. jj-AU advertisements to be paid for in advance; and when not otherwise ordered, will invariably be pub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 July 1839

JPOlSTRArrS BY LORD BROUGHAM. One of the most.remaikable men of our times as a po- litician, or of any age as philosopher, was Franklin; who also stands alone in combining together these two charac- ters, the greatest that man could sustain,-and in the,1 that laving bornethe first part in enlargeing science by one of thVgreaiest discoveries "erefmade, he bore the second r nart in founding one of the greatest empires in the world. jithij truly-great man every" thingseems jo concur that coes towards the constitution of exalted merit First, he was the architect .of his own fortune. Bom in the hum- 'hlest station, he jrsised himself by bis talrafsfand his"in- tu dustry, first to the'place in society which may "be attained i2.nwith theiielp only of ordinary abilities, great application i"nnd goodtlufik; but next to the loitier heights which a da- H 'ringand nappy genius alone can scale; and the poorprin- ""t'erVboy who at one period of his lifejiad no covering to "a shelter his head from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 July 1839

I I A? ' I- 1? 1 it -- p. the desire diethvwhca its oJj?rt is attained, and the affec- tion perisheth when it-is satisfied.. THE-TEIiEGEAP.H. -r MtetisZon, Wednesday, July 19, 1839. ' We have delayedour paper to-day to a late hour in or- der gleaa from the United States mail which arrived this" morning, any inlelligencelhat might bo of interest or importance to our reaaers. - The most intercstiiig item of news is reported by the passengers; that our money had risen in the market con- siderably from the last accounts from New Orleans. It is said they were quoted at 60 per cent, discount when tije Columbia sailed. Northern capitalists, it is reported, are . iavesting"largely iii our funds. We place but little relL aticer "however, upon the-rumor, as our New Orleans pa- pers contain no such information. Col. Ba.bna.bp EL Bee, our Minister to Mexico, ar- rived in New Orleans on the 27th ult in-the brig Roger Williams from Havanna. The United States Sloop of War Vandalia was off the Hio ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 July 1839

- V ls J? ROM the subscriber, near"Porf Bend, on the Brazos, on the 14tKlhyTaNegronian named Catorahont five feet eight, or" ten IncheYUghfslim buiitvcry Wat k7heavy whiskers, is acarpen- terJrjrrraa'his"clothing"tQQ numerous to describe. A liberal,, Jxe-wardwiU. be "given'and,all expenses paid, for his opprehen- siontand delivery to me, "or. secure him so that I can get Mm. Jnne29 w3-2I3 "" ' JOHNSON HUNTER v P Monty to Loan. ERSONS desirous of borrowing money, can be. accommo- dated bfcalling upon the subscribers; arid giving ample tangi- blesecurity. BIQELOW &. PALMER, . . No X Bigelow row. .- ALSO, a few thousand dollars of .Brandon money for sale ,3ov forgold or specie. Jnne 19 w209-tf '-f'" Notice. . A HEREBY appoint Mr. M. CRONICAN my lawful 'Agent, " for the special purpose to close'and settle the late concern of Ja Underwood & Co. -All persons indebted to said firm, are re- quested to make immediate payment to him, to prevent cost. ' ' Signed A. BRIGHAM t FayettVill...

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