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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 July 1839

i " - s; ' 11 "5"v-. - J SM15B dSk.TT xhK- TuT9Tw . rC .lkBM-lAv . U-JA 1 HA -cvr Iwt A C?m-r .T;Ha-1 """iAcfTsEfcnir imwaA3. Al BJKh-W M5v. -vft rr-a'rr l v .a'v. v: .- .", r itaA v,ja. v wi J i iav.trj sjssimsaitmssaBmiPm I "?. 4 . T J; "T h V ' ( -m TJJBS?---$y. indTance. . BY CRUGER & MOORE. - -r rr tUBLISHED"BTT CRTJGER fc MOORE FIFTV-TWO NDMBEas TO CONSTITUTE THE TEAR-TERMS- Subscription, Five Dollars a year, payable in ad vance or Seven Dollars at the expiration of the year. Advertising: Two Dollar per square for the first insertion, and One Dollar for each coutiuance eight' lines or less ia. considered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices of more than three lines each"; Cards of Passengers and Annocncemeats of Candidates for political offices, "will be charged at the com- mon rates of advertising. - 33-All advertisements to .be paid for in advance; and when not otherwise orderedwill iuvanablv be published until forbid, land charged for accordinglyr AlFletters on busin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 July 1839

sr . u "i :.i I A Frost tkerfYi Vm&fc Beulil&m&A. THE HJSPANWAMERICANi SLAVERS-EX- ' TRAOBDltfARYEVETOPMENTS.- " This city wns itrownJmto a state o great excitement 6n WwlucsiJaEo arrival at,quarantine, of HTBrM. b.Bifeiafd,5ith7ttvo slavers as her-prizes. The sen- sation ws d epenrd wIutj the rumor of their being American vessels, and-nianned by American crews, was circalatal. The excitement was so great, and the anxiety to Jearnairthe'faclTrespeSingtheir, capture fncreasHso .Astfthat we thought-it adrisable to step onboardthe ,Teaie, visit them?and,gather all we could in Telation-to ith'ftskvejtrade-nndlhesazure of the.brig Eagle, "and the ichavHer:Glaia,"by-CapU;Fitzgcrald?of the Buzzard. A AcYoriinglyl.we.tookronr-seafinihe'Btern sheets of the Teazer.gave-tha order "give way; my lads," and were quickiy,swept past-Governor's bland. There were up- wards of fifty square rigged vessels lying at anchor at quarantin , of aiTsiz-'S and uf all shapes, but as wp nearcd (Dr., ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 July 1839

Npon fli?Ti!Ui3snd'by puffinfilfe wIresgivcTiis partner"? for diese leasonsj't js nke1.y4'hat. .traffic .nescr wHLexist- jOnr.fioaJ.iucccss or'fiulvvre, however, fellow Citizens, t attHeubiep,idbutida.a3 jlpertugtliiqfthjoppos-jhere; - j - must depend allogetbev Dpon oursilvts, oJr oWh prudence -Jnirition le.TvhrtT-.,n .TitLt.ittn 21 to,..Tl,i.nrti,.it 'Vht. I . . - - - - 1 . HnH' fllir'niin fr.rtinn Mil f. t. milt? Clfd will lntHfnnSH room-above Tvakept-dark,1 which 'also prevented' the Houston, Wednesday, Suit 17, SS39. T . ,THE AUDITORIAL COURT. Jtj.vill be.seenj)y the subjoined order of the-Executive,- jhat'thehtmgs of the Auditorial Court have been discon- tinued. The'Executive has been -severely censured for -what Has "been termed an unwarrantable interference.with !this tribunal for the adjustment of claims against the gov- ernment. The intention efnbe last Congress in establish- ing that tribunal, evidently was to provide a, mode where- by the numerous holders oT-small claim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 July 1839

h it ",a Trfnnr.AAfATiO!f. V j.j. n !UVf Rninrnnrof theStateof Mississip- !.t"tti .. !vwbTUiSn'MifsfartnKlr renresented to iheExe- Siecntlvs bfthis State, thatron the lOihrtay of May, 1839, 7ames -rG.cott, WiUiamT Scott, and John W Scott, did maliciously 1 .acd'wilfallr morderone Samuel Carpenter, in the -county tf -. m,fr that rhsam idpiiiks 3 .. --0--.J -- ----o-- , j.l , thereiore issue wis proclamation, onenng a rewam ui -'Hundred Dollars each; to any persori.br persons who i.hau ap- prehend and secure jn any jaiLin the United States of Ameri- ca, the said Scotls. And I do, moreover, require all officers, bouVciviland military, lo aid and assist in bringing said offeu- ...dewtoanswef.wecharge made against them. : j3ivcnTmder my hand, and he great seal of the Statejat thecity " " '"of Jactson, this 10th day of June, A D, 1839, and of .tlS. thesovereignly of the Stale of Mississippi the Iwerl- . i.-ty-s-cond. - i . ATG.afNUTT. -By the Governor. I l Barry IK Bejiton, Secretary of S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 July 1839

' r. k.T-1 A- T7 Tsuurrs- ,gi pgfqrw. .fttvgvi BY GRTCHER-te MOORE- i .PHBiiISHED,B..Y ;CJIUGER& MOORE i I'rinr-rwo OTMSEas.Tp cpKSTrTnTS,,TacysiE.-'3 TERMS: Subscription, Five Dollars ayearjpayable-ialaii, vancei of SeVn.Dbllarsfat'iKexpiraliod'oftliejearT',, ," ' ' ??WrftKTw6 jyollaf pef square fof'the&t; ihsertiofi, j and'.OntR Ifollar Jar ,each: r contiuaaee-eight- lines'-io'f'less 'is considered a, square.. Marriage aad Obituary. 'nolices of more 'than'threeines each; Cards:6f passengers and'Annocncemeats of-CanQiiia'forp6uacaloffiees,willl)e" charged at the coiri- - t motf rates of advertisidg. 1 "-1 " .'"' "" - - 3-S&Ji -advertisementslo'-'be paid for in advance: and when T k. ,fcf W W J 1 not oUrwise..ordered, will invariably bejublished until forbid,-1 -1 pWDaidortheywUlWot ba'attendedtol " ! AGENTSiiifcU-0aeii'i Stetet-bwfABD Hall? New Or- -..VJeans:-J:S.-KELL'oa3,-; BookselIers;"Mobile; Boyd &' SotdamJ 15 Nelw-Yo'rlql D.r..H-Mason, GreensborobghGa.-.,, ,.....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 July 1839

L J"V the United Service Journal. TrfE IAK XOHXHTO-OF BptSOZ TjUttlTRiND. Tg moreestJeaB M toenail" frWe,couIdnot resstthe tempi tation of seeking relief -onr the stifled air of that close chamberanpase4fugtojhe;drawingToom.gr-I 3 venly Mtdfdat the-scene whichthere met my wy'eTOgTlhrforgetheimpressioir produced.by etraffiSdorom-tiratTmnt-roorathatbed of sufieriiig k-Ha me""crtfpvded menhergnroopspf frinds'i- hStgprtfejpcipty-flt Jana-were-assembled.- """"""There was a lmotdTljlfiypplificians, with ribands at their neaus gatnerea aromja tae .mazing ure: meirfammaiea cof the'Iomadsl!bldesPfrieads.5wh6l.had come hither cE fromVeal sincere atUchmmtraiidwHoi'toolraoart in the lAvhom I have nev- intiih eseifl bat as" me'DrSfie wifof'l iovous re-unions DiWhdse'jtingeht wte'snitSglcarcasm have.become the m terrbVofoboresikdvvauulef,?or Key cling for ever like "il'iiiarwtn itlAwikuWrTohnTril'tVpv "nre-Jiurledf the only -cpaanjih'ShorvrithwHomhe prince" himself dared bot,--Tjc&BonBll occa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 July 1839

1 1- .parliament, anan f my.eourt, to Yoik orto (JSbra,then what will 1-ecorae of voui" -"Please -vour roaiestv." rejoined -.the-Lord Mayer nieekly, "you may remove yourself and jouri courts wherever jou please jjiut .there will always be. this consolation ibrihe poor merchants ofJLondon, you cannottlake'the.Thamcselengwilhjy'ou." JKRQAl" MEXICO. At every-arrival Trom this country, somenewand.extraordin , -ary movement cm tie part of theuiurnerous leaders, is Jieacd-of, all tending to show their utter recklessness of all principle .save " Jtheir own pjTBonalaggrandizementjnd jfly roe. wretched 'corP "" dilioa of ihe country, turn and shattered as it is, by its neverlend-1 - -Jctntirrial -mmnlirms Tfw(1atf llife lAafli-Tc in tlioeonlH -B.j-r-Y-"- - :: -- -- --,., ...-.-.u. ., .u , vUU " ant, .laying plans only or the, prostration ofliis many rivals.; , to-morro w, and we hear.of him as havrag-bRea, and another oc- , inpying'his -place, loud in the denunciation ofihe -course .pur- sue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 July 1839

A 9X.aCLA3M.T10N. it Alexander G.M'NuU. Governor of the State of Missisrip- xtLWfcereas. it haia been satisfactorilv represented tcobe Exe- eeoUve ofthfa StateVAaf ontfee 10th day .of My, 1839, James l3HconVffiaSt'and'J6Ea3Bcbb,dfdjBwUci.'nsly' cv3 land'WUflfllrnraraeroBe'Sifiioel "Ccrpenterj in 'theJconntjpof ,r.T41nI1iVi?Shitn(riWiihfnifiiv-frnBi fristlee And' . K j .l-: ili. rr..?:L.iri - trVJ -... e ..sItt it "tJiMefiTre-'isxTirlHSiiroplamalibn! ofierintr it j-:Vn-i. It--.--:. - Ti-J'--' ." ';!.. Koll in. Z3 . ouuuxcu isoiuua eaco, 10 but person or persuus w -r piendandseeureinanyjaillnthetrnited States op Ameri- ca, the sftidScotteVAnaTdo,'raoreoTer, require all officers, Jbeth'dTil end Biilfiary.'to kid and assist In bringing said pffen- :dt08iawerthecharBiadeagiD;liern. a. 'Gircnimjfer ore hknd,ad..he great seal of the Sta e, at the city . -" ftfJactera.ifalOthfeyofJnne AD, 1839 and of V L.lS,c"tliesoTereigntroftheState of MigLrihe twen-. I - ,? i y - y,ihefrorernor. - Barn) ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 July 1839

fit1" tf-ggggtfgn? "fwtffitJT awg"tf' n.T.Tf'.g immike "T " -T ?- t J&. 1 T &xsst& vrul - ;ijj TOBIS." .4BMra8 IWffc TJESUTI!S--$5Jn advance.; BY CRUGER & MOORE. PUB WISHED BY CRUfGERfc MOORE . FinT-TWO NVMBERS'TO .CONffnTOTEjTHE YEAH. , , TERMS Sutscriplion, Five Dollar? a year, payable in ad Vance 'or Sevetf'Dollara at ihe expiration of the year: AdvertiM"-. Two Dollar per square for,lhe first insertion, and One Doflar for eacll contiuance eight lines or less-is considered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices of more than three lines each; Cards oCPassengers- and Annocncements of Candidates for political offices, -will be charged at the com- tnontes of advertising ,..,., ' mAlAm nototherfrise o'rdefed, will in variably be published until forbid, and charged foY accordingly. All Jetters on business must be cost naiddr.tb.ey trill not be attended to.-, AGENTSn ie United Stales -EdwWHam., New Or- leans; -X S. "Klt.ooc, Booksellers, Mobile; Boid & Sdyuam, New Yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 July 1839

TSZ&'iksfCSStitM TvS? iGJeLVJIeflSt of ebnff"vfexver the cnrlrwrjuld bo advis - o-s . t:ti:.i. ..'' lfku a-; . - ' j . lAw Reforms.- Hal- who called Law thepeffecUon"ofReasonj"and as the meanrofrightrand-the-pTBvention-pf wrong,-iVis entitled tihejespectfoliooiisiderationsof' all. There is reasonjioweref, to fear, that law js sometimes perverted from'its high purpose andlegttimate functions, anima de to niTuisfcr CSln&uirbitious, theselfisttftheavariciousund the baser-passionart f-rnankind;-lhat right is. forgotttn in acquiredfpower, and that wealth rather.than justice, is the levcrlnat'aciua.testoo inanyof its minisfersand professors. It cannoy,bedis7uised, tbpracticesjare covered with'the sacreajnanlle of lhe"law; nrid,perforraed under its'ostensij. ble .sanction, IhatiireeUfrom'this protection, would sub- iecflheperTornVerto themosf serious i charges, affecting OOlu Jionar. unuliuiiejsey; ou uagiaui iiarc wiuo ui mw& practice? becomq so utterly subversive dfall, fight...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 July 1839

& has any knowledffe:oFthfeouiUrv to be absolutely false, The "Editor of the" Mottaina Star nus'Oeirfin tnhaiiiroi, una! gattierinij together all which malignity and disapjpoiute-d expectation have uttered agaiustthe'newst-ut-ot govjriu- ment, and sending iMo the world through theco!umns of his paper, without publishing anything which its friends, and thosewhb speak the words of truth and soberness" say about the plaee;.sothe,tnemiesflnAus:iii have nothing to df but gather up the numbers of the Star, and they will thenLfind everythingihat can besaldagainat it majjnilitd "at hast ten fold. . That there would bc'more or less sickness" at Austin this season, has been VxDectcJ bv-eierv one, but it hainot yel'occuiredll and if it doesriot, it-wilLpri'saifthestrange" anoinile ol rive or six nunarea persons-. mrown togeiuer from almost every portion of tliti norlJ, sleeping upon the grounl in thetopen airland no sickness!! "This'sleeping on" the ground and the fatigues incident to theb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 July 1839

.aval SLB.vra mxsn - . . . m. j. ... ';zimriT.4tATtnn . r, -' -JDT jifer,?,,.5oTemorof fteBtaieoCSBsslMlp-' L WhereasTithas feeniatLsiactbrBy"epresented KrtlifcEx ectttlTrfjof fins State, thfc onihfrWth'a.fflt-May, 3839; James G ScottWilliam T ScoitrufdSbbaTO"- Seott,-did 'maliciously;. aniwilfidl7mnrderpneSataner.Carperiter,in the county of Coptekih'Safa State,'Md!aTeniw-foiartsroia justice; And Tehereai-iostlceaBditttotolty, asweiras the Safety of society, reore'tM-aiesalditIUTes:slfould:be''brotight to trial : I do, theielbSiaSnuMspnKlamationoSeifcgjijeward oT rhree Hnndred' Dollars" each, to any person or persons who idiall ap- rireKendnd secure toany Jail in the-Umted States.of Amerii caVUiBlaScotts. And Mo, moreover, require all officers, botB civitand miliary, to aid and assist in bringing said offen- dewto answer the charge made agatastihera. c . Qiten'ulideriny'h'and, afld'thegreat seal of the State, at the city nsn 4sof Jackson, tbis'iDtb-day of June, A' D, 1839, and of dL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 August 1839

(?k re' z?'- "- "" ? -j & - - jttt h yI rL fcA PXIJT-CX i Midi i5 n"cT'TaB "- VW3&9 " "V cpv l'TBtlBk HkWrjfl fc1 "BTTIV uiisa;sau waxsgEtif v y "ft J1!. . V8- v J WP J W r 1 TJERJflSSS in advance. ' BY CRUGER & MOORE-. ' PUB IS HE D BY CRUGER & MOOTtE rfprr-Two kumsebs to constitute the teir. TERMS: Subscription, Pive"Dollars ayeaf, payable in ad ' vance or Seven Dollars at! the expiration of the yeu Advertising? Two Dollar per square for the.first insertion, and On&.Dollar. for each contiuance eight lines or less is 'considered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices ot more than'three lines each; Cards of Passengers and'Annocncemeats 'of Candidates forpriitical-offices, will be charged at the corn- 'mou rates of advertising. " . v 33-A11 advertisements to be paid for in advance; ana when tiotttherwise ordered, will invariably be published until forbid, and charged for accordingly. All letters on business must be 'posTpaid of Iheywill not be attended to. - In" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 August 1839

From J)rdciUVtt)CPfihe-QiUcn'Ci!y." PUTTING ABCA$Kl&Gj ONSHORE- A numerous andpecul2Tace$f-mbdeni'gentl&nen, , maybe found in the valfey of thTMississippi. A natii- xal&.'would'probablyidescribethem arthe gemua of bi- ped9,,gregariou3f amphibious, and migratory. c -They set- . ?nm trol teniiVw onrl nlnniv' nre eaually at home on Ma'ana Traten,jmcnflce certain vultures spend most of u.ji .r ? n7i-j-: -anAs Louisiana: their sum- mers-in ths-high-latimdes of Kentucky and Ohio. 1 hey dress Trith taste aodlegance; carry gold chronometers vin their pockets; and swear with the most genteel precl- usion! They are supposed.to, entertain an especial abhor;- enco of the prevailrngtemrtfrance"1 fanaticism, nnd, as a 'matter of conscience,, enter, a .daily protest against it, by sipping "mint-juleps' befoie.Tjreakfast, 'hailstorms' at din- ner, and 'old Monongahek'-at night. These gentlemen, moreover, arestrongadvocates of the race path and coclo C'tr and, wim)ih"enevblmce which, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 August 1839

t : I) I- M&. .Vere'noV-gfvenTt oy its first preeiJen'CGcneral Houston,' .aremovprepanng by its.new president, Ueneral Lamar, who would bera remarkable'manin'any country; and in a short iimSHIus magriificefyritory-left barren by the tsi-:-x. -a-Wi KVifiVMpxieans-ii-those harbors of the - northern' Gulf of Mexico, so fir supei ior to those of Tam- pico and Vera Cruz those noble rivers which water and fertilize an uncleared soil, shall be vivified by trade and agriculture, in the hands of a hardy race, which at least knows how to reclaim the wilderness. Behbld the coun- try with which we hope France will soun open a regular intercourse I The moment is propitious; and if it be true, as assured' to us by our correspondent, the government has sent a commissioner to study the resources and chan- ces 3F-prosperity of the new state. We trust that the lat- ter will-concur in our opinion." Mexico has not at this lime a vessel of war afloat she has no money in the treasury, and no means of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 August 1839

-SM trffilFiitfa&ssb- xn.JmH.y: jiceiykeggft" ffimnttof tribe Exe-. CCUUVO IUU1U Maafc, Smitl did maliciously riijftinv A,V.w.VAo-flo?UUton m?F Ki ? X; T o.i ,iaull -Tn5i)4;iiVfniti ;inlcpr And 1here,iroacftiihjai.'yf wellas tteetyjBCclety, tnereiore,-issue HUS3irociairrsi.an, oueiai$-, -,;... ..- b'rffieSaSd secure in any jail in the United States of Amerl--ai-saidcotlsXAnd.! dOtinoreoTer.-jeniteill'officers, both civil iDamilifiQr.ioaldind aaistlnhnnginsaid offen- ""deTsto'ariswe'riKechBrgeintd'elgainstthexa.'r Qi 0 Skin tinde? mylhand,and thegreat sealcf the State, at the city e z .ixai. bnJaekson?Uiis 10th day of June; A D, 1839, and. of - 'il-to thesorereten ofctMeState, of fttosLsjppL the twen-'- -J'--' ryeconds - - ' .-ATaf MITOTT. .Bythtpkryernoi. fru l! -T -5 -w-vOi -BarrjPJKiBAtff, Secretary of State. y i t 2. - - , ,-", ... j. v,,'utttrJ'w" . ., ,. V - Jmes-G Scottis-slenaertent, rather dark complexion, black. i..'.'.a'ii..- -....-i.A--,1 sU walkine. about 83 -viars o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 August 1839

' ,KBffiEBAiPai iiitJ rf -t Jrrr ;.winA XLS ,1 Jrn" J ct -,tvf , 1 T!IJtISr$5 in .advance. Published Twice a W -ekdu ving theSession of Congress and Weekly the remainder of the Year, or $7arthe end, of 'fheTwHffifJ -c BY CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1839. VOL. Y-NO."9WHOEE-NO.'217 L - WKX41& i & si f if . PUBLISHED'BTCaDGER & MOORE FIFTT-TVTO NUMBERS TO CONSTITUTE THEYElR. TERMS. Subscription, Five Dollars ayear.payableinad varice, of Seven Dollars at ihe expiration of the year. Advertising-. Tjaro Dollar per square for the first insertion, and One Dollar for each, contiuance eight lines or less is considered a square Marriage and Obituary notices of more than three lines each; Cards of Passengers and Annocncements of Candidates for political offices, will be charged at the com- mourates of advertising. jv r-All advertisements to be paid for in. advance; ana wnen not otherwise ordered, will invariably be published until forbid, andcharged for accord...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 August 1839

' LAUGHABLE SfORY. ' ha following is f laughable 'account of the misfor- tunes, which .befel anAmeriralrgenilemeh upon a visit to a lady,m.Parisf,towhoniJie.bore Jetters of -introduction. Afierjrelating a number oQudicrous and amusing -mistakes upon'bis ehtrance in the presence of the lady, he thus proceeds Theordinaryjoutineof aJrench dinner-commenced. A regular series'df servants appeared each instant at elbows, in virmgusTo partake of athousand different kinds of wine, wider 'strings of names which -1 no moreunderstood their composition, or they did my gaucheries. Resolute to avoid all farther opportunities -for displaying1 mypredominant trait, J sat Ih'themost' Obstinate-silence', saying-oui to eve- ry tinner that wasoffered me, and eating with the most de- votedpplicationjtill my-faifneighbor, tirefl with my ta- 'citurnuy and her own, afHength herself .began'a conver- sation by enquiring how I was pleased with the opera. 1 was just raising a large morsel of potatoe to my mouth,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 August 1839

II ' . THE TELEGRAPH. Houston Wednesday, August 1 4, 1 S8i A letter has just beenTeceived at the War Department, from.X3en. Rusk, bearing date of the 7lh instant, stating that Brigadier General Dyer, of the Red River brigade, was on his march from Red Hiver, in accordance with the orders of the Secretary of War, to the Indian settle- ments on the Sabine, with three hundred and fifty "men. This march, in conjunction with a campaign intended by the Secretary of War, against the upper Trinity, will ef- fectually "clear the country of the Indian enemy, by de- stroying their last strong holds and resting place. Our frontier has been advanced by the late campaign, at least one hundred miles into the Indian country. No disturb- ances had taken place on the frontier, since the late en gageraents with the Cherokees. Since our lasl publication, A. Sidnejf Johnson, Sec of War, Adjutant Gen McLeod and-MAj. I. W. Burton, Senator from Nacogdoches, have arrived id our city from the seat of war. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 August 1839

Brazos11" w? & -1,i-t .-i '? ..., Also! wo hundred andseVenhreVea acres of land one mile and a half below the cityof RicbnrwdV immediately on the riv- er "on the' east bank; Terms, cash; AKl7,WM p jjtjff San-Tdipc;july-3I ' 1 -' w4S20 llmohlic-vf Ttettt "-County 01 wiishiugton. tfOBSo&v29th July, I839:-Jphn M'Cjeary having this day phoned for Inters iadministrauonto the esute of WffliarAL Alston, a deceased soldrefof the army of Texas no tice isTiereby given to all persons interested, that unless legal obfeclfoMare made withlti TslXty days from this date, letters will fcgrantedasprayedfor. By order gggCg -.TshiDgton.jnlyrlSSO- . - 8-224 A Administrator's notice. LL persoes having anydemands against theestate of onas. MUIer, Leased, MJtffi&Stf0" iaw,io Administrator BBsrv Tea in caddie Bar lead FickiesinKegs iTecSfedoao,Qrorsilety J T DOSWELL&CO. jnly 25 wd-Blo Jl ISiid ceStehaving been lost or stolen, all persons SerAutiVried againsf purchasing it, and any one retur-...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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