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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 August 1839

.flat vr t uubwi maS ymWBIBLJSM &EKD- V a- -f :p V - Ti w lm.SFrt .? -i c TERMS 5 in advance. Published Twice a W :ekdi ring tlieSessionofiCongrcssand Weekly the remainder of the Years or $7 at the enffMnFtHTra1 vol.- v--No:io,-raoMMli? : BY GRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1839. VtKl3 I2-. .6a gyrsj- I' zH PUB'LISHEDBY CRUGER & MOORE ..v-rv.Tvn NnllBEBS TO CONSTITOTE THKYEiB. "" TEEMS: Subscription, Five Dollars a y.earj payable ln?ad - "-1 c--Tnirn,rc at tTiA p-rnirntinn nf flip vpflrT vance. or oeveu ui"" uisvfuaUUuuMuviu, 4 rfrf uini Two Dollar per square for the-first j y r-'Tl fnn if tli a ovnirafinn nftli a Tfo Advertising! Two DoUarper square for the-first insertion, and One Dollar for each cqntiuance eight lines or less is ?nnidered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices of more than three lines eacby Cards-of Passengers'and'Annocncements of .Candidates for political offices, will be 'charged at the com- mon rates of advertising. , 3 All advertise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 August 1839

From the NalionahVi S.TelegrapX, JJy 17." THE CHARACTER OEtWASHINGTON. The beautiful efibaqn-whichliereader will find, be- low, is the. production of the chaste and classic mind of .thelatejrenerable and distinguished Senator from Rhode Island,. and.wa3 occasioned by the following circumstan- ces: During the session of 1837:8. Mr. We6ster enter- tained a large party of friends at dinner; among them the venerable senator we have named.- -The evening passed off with much .hilarity, enlivened with wit and sentinn nt; but during 'the greater part, of the time, Mr. Robbins maintained that grave but placid silence which was his habit TVhilethns apparently abstracted, some one sud- denly called on him for a toast, which call was seconded by the company. He rose, and .in his surprise asked if they were serious in making such, a, demand from so oid m-n nnt lint fin aoonrarl tlitf iYtaw waya ho mi1 if tni U would suspend their biliary for a few, moments he would give them a, toast and, prefac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 August 1839

- a-r t! . declaration of war by.the Sultan, was hourly expected to be read to the Turkish arrnyin Syria. A letter from Odessa "states that the Russian marshal Paskewitch, at the head of 40,000 men, was about-to march to Upper Syria, and take the Egyptian troops in flank, while the Turks attacked them in front. On the other hand, It is said that the French admiral Lalande, then in the bay of.Smyrna, with four ships of the line, had warned the Turkish admiral that if the Turk- ish fleet atlemDted to act hostilely against the Egyptians. the French naval force in the Xievant would then becoiri- pelled to take sides with the latter. The English admiral is also said to have intimated that his ships would join the French. The Turkish fleet was at Rhodes,Tinder sailing orders for the coasts of Syria and Egypt, andit. jvasrsaid would disregard the threats of th French admiral. On. the whole, the Syrian affair appears to be a ''very pretty quarrel," and one that is likely to remind editors o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 August 1839

gSSMfJahiMtflQi eawde of the - IsotwotandredseTtttT-sejacresofljaidoneinile -"flf4 fr.rtiSSJ1' w'4-220" fite-i J'WSKjksT rTwiswrif-f?Tfffl.isjflialM'CfefflT liavme . thiJUwielYSlAeirof8SWti&ronesiate of l lEC3Seu 501UlC,'miHC."4".J,' .", " locall persons Interested," that unless legal r tnaTfe TOimin eitv davs irom mis aaie. tenets wi u .;--,. .........,.-, -., ---,.--,;. De granted as Braved lor. cy oroer 01 me wuuu. feCv , ROBERT-;MERRIT, Clerk Washington, jnlyi29v J.830 . , w6-22i w i- iirftniiJrattfr'i notice. " CXLL persons taring any demands against the estate of Chas. Miller, deceased, will present them -in. one 'form according to wV k' . CCWOQDWARD, .. aug 74-220 A'dministrator "TrCibbls flour ,50bbls whiskey, 20 bbls sugar J.DU 100 kegs nails; assorted sizes; 50 bis sperm candles "lOhblsxlaret 20 sacks coffee 5 casks claret 50boxes"claret 50 boxes soapr ,' Regalia segars Tea,in caddies Bar lead Pickles in kegs Rope t&tWB0 t T DOSWELL &CO. AjBonnty Landcertificat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 August 1839

-Q m -- fr fc "5i ?sM ? H TIT" FJ gaHiiiafflmj&sra - - irrj 'jii wfflBRtiaam 3R' a- IWra&iBQrA .III A f, ry cl J ST a :- T . J rsr. 4 -4' TJEIJmS---$Sin advance.- - -" " Published -Twice a W ?ek dtf ...in- f!;i(n , io'- --jr-TnriM--. i., M,.nliitlltVia ' . - .-S'rv; :IWniWjS"iilaiiRiiai4t5ir i-. p-Tfrr-fl BYGRUGEB& MOORE- ll.u l! HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28, 1839. - 1 J- ' tJ . Em""A"- kM ! s J K WBLISHED'B-Y CHtfGER& MOORE "VT ,L.iL.?mF-ypwrr vnunffi TnCONSTITtTTE TITE.VEAh-. . TERMS- Subscription, Fiye poUars,ayear,j?ayabie in ad vauce Of even uoiiars at me epiinuua ui mc year. Advertisinp Two.DoJlarperjjqgarejjor the-nrst insertion,-' and One Dollar for each contiuaace eight lines or less is considered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices of more; than three lines each; Cards of-Eassengers and Annocncements of Candidates for political .officeswill be charged at the o mnn 4tS! nfaHTeftisinirt "?iTW- " ti.CS i -. coui- irAU.tvertisements totepaidj'orn'adTancc; a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 August 1839

I ri Eronf-the TrpyMorning Ma: THE NEWSEAIfERIPKESSf ' A great diversityof opjnicnecmato prevail in refer- ence to the uses. DunJOsesWdesponsilJilities of the news paper, prassfandthe-rnodein whicir-it ought to be conduc ted. meTinen)"aoseiTiunus'aaTejnoiTcepipace vu tne SpiTIBUU prVgB31"c UffC,JUUtgUlg.matmP hijiw reccrigawjuLsccidents,-strange- incidents and fearful cabstrophies. Others again would confinejtto giving thsiteesttiewB of the state'df the markets, prices current, and passing comments upbn the' fasHions, manners and customs pftheday. Eventhose'who regard a-newspaper as -a political engine, frequently entertain very 'strange views as toftsusesand abuses- "To-please some men, a political editor must .consent to becomea species of party bull-doe-'-to barkrand bite orily.as Jie is bidden "by his generous keepers.-who"' chain' him up wilea lis services arftiftrrteedeaVand feed him because' Tustrength may be serviceable to his masters. These men-imagine'that arf editor must ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 August 1839

r. B- murierei the family, or those who murdered the three memrendered guilty bjMfie verdicfofcAirfyr" What se- curity has any man for life or 'property in a country where afterbeing acquitted by a jury of his country, he is liable to be tried by n mob, convicted and executed. Adjutant General's Office, Houston, August 26, 1839. GENERAL ORDER. NO. 8. Proceedings of a general, court martial, held at camp, near Eort Houston, August 14th, 1839, by virtue of the following order: Head Quarters 1st Reg't. Infantry, Camp near Fort Houston, August lith, 1839. ORDER NO, 9. A general court martial to consist of Captains Clen- denin, president, Capt. Howard, -Lieuts. Carron Ogden and Dunnington. Members will meet this morning, at 10 o'clock, to try such prisoners as may be properly brought before it Lieut, Ackerman will act as special judge advocate. By order of .COL., E. BURLESON. W. D. Houghton, Adjutant " . 1 t - .t. The court met in obedience to the above order. All the members being prese...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 August 1839

IS? Ilk ll IL I' r it T JF I I r XtNLEBESANJEBa. lpsjjesjnos. de.GaTJMUP e LYctona.--Toi folasjnetehgaa Sftlares:n esu-mrjrcijalidad davetan, pre- oth. 1- limlni ito. olln7.nara 9n xesristro. en la inteligencia qnenoJjatJendo, haseJ$ Ahntyel-ijAnoide 1810. pudi- van el defacho da propjdsd:-faj.-JUAlf JOSELINNr!Jor JPAIH&YES,5ecretario. W12-229 JxLL perSonsTioldlnglaims to lots in'tbeJ towa-oft Victoria, aie-'flotifiedthat the ata'emust WiresentedtfoV- record, and for thejpa?mfaVofdnes,tothe Secretarr, witfittgionths "P. Aldemeni xslhu, 02 "iiij . " JNO J UNNjMayor. -JNOiHATfES,cretaiT. s-F t ' --. cToTacof.YJctorit, April Sttr1839 .. ? W12-229.- . itva:vjjjntti ti i Cheap fercaih. "- " UMlStef of a league of taDd,sitnatedjnFOTtBendcoun- t7toSmlfroS"tnTcity6fKiclimond))n the east side of the) firazos. -, " ----- "- . 77, -srT--. -., -Also,' two hundred deventy-sven acrcspf Land one mile and.-ahail DPiow ue guy.oi,,.iuuuiiiuim;juuuwuaK:ijr u "" erjm, (he east bank, x exms, cam WMP...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 September 1839

--&- &sra. -wiKSiiQ-.iaaB -TjEBIJtIS$5 ill advance. Published Twice a a ektlil i ins theSession of Congress and Weekly the remainder of the Year, or S7 at the end -of tke'$rcar-iiF' BY CRUGER & MOORE. - HOUSTON WEDNLSDkY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1839, VOL. V--Nai0e-HOJLENO.JJr' v & i" s " PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE FJFTT-TWO XUMECR3 TO CONSTITUTE -THE TEAR". ' TERMS Subscription, Five,Dollars a year, payable in ad vance, or Seven Dollar? at ihe expiration of the year. Advertising: Two Dollar per square lor the firslinsertlon, and One Dollar for each contiuau'ee-eight lines ot 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- .mon rates of advertising. JJ-A11 advertisements to bejaidforin advance; and when not otherwise ordered, will invariably be published until forbid, and charged for accordingly. All letters on business must be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 September 1839

J- r From ike. Wtsitrn Mirror. . REFLECTIONS OF HOME. 'Friends; so nearjny bosom ever, Ye have rendered moments dear; But, alas! when forced to sever, Then the" stroke, 0, how severe!' "How- beautifully has the Scotch bard expressed the thoug that crowd upon my mind, and how accurately and pathetically has he described the sensations f feel. After a, careless perusal of the -volume before me, hre vivjlaam, the fondest recollections of home'and absent friends, forgotten but not forsaken. Far, far, 'o'er mountains and streams, in djstant land, is that blessed and favored spot, whrc bounteous nature in all her loneliness hrst opened to my infant view. . Immeasurable and boundless is the spacg, which fate has placed between me and those hiatal scenes, vvhrein the holiday rovings of my boyhood, I have sought out in n. woody glen, or rich green'meadow, some sequestend lit tie haunt, or earthly paradise, whereon to beguile with . some froliclcsome plnj'-fellow tlie fleeting and unheeded ho...

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

Si- t . v The Editor of thenar has of late Jbeen particularly. crueL He has Meatroyed the cities of Aransas and Iia mar he has brought back the Chferokees and murder- ed some of our citizens near Austin. Do have mercy Mr Editor, and don't make such havoc-on our frontier, while it is not troubled by either." Mexicans or Indians. Jt is but a short -distance from your office to the Adju- tant General's Department ,whcre you" can always get"of- ficial infbimatfon. The intelligence is open, either to those inthe ranks of the "opposition" or to .the friends of the administration. , . . INDIAN POLICY. . There is not a question before the world that has been more'hackneyed"andmbunderstood than the charac. ter ofthe American Indians. Daring the early days of the first discovery of Ameri- ca Spain drew an immense, revenue from the new world: She hdd secured from the, Pope an entire right to all the - land west of a certain line which should be discovered, by Christopher Columbus and his succe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 4 September 1839

Y KtEfiESANTE a los besjiiosf deGaudalupe-Vtctona. To- delas mietentan Solaris en esti 4rnunicipalidad .davel an, pre- ZeVi-X" tafc de los;'.paVa" Suregistro; en 'la inidlgeneia Me"dffldo,liiw-,elWeAl)rllda Ano de 1840: pud- 'van dd&od'apropidad:; 'JUAN JOSE LINN, .Mayor JUAN. HAYES, Secretario. -nlt-su A t t i.t..iJ: -:. r iot in ihe town of Victoria, A'oztce TTJnsHTlVFSvSpcretarV. Town of VicLi'ria. pril 20, 1839 W12-229 ' Cheap Jo cash. . . io5o.T5"nt fani. situated in Fort Bend co"n- ty," four miles from the city of Richmond, on the east side ol the Also,' two huudred and seventy-seven acres of Landoni- rnile and ahairjbelow.lhecity.of l.ichmond, immediately on thenv- er on the east bank, T ermscash. A pply t p HtjfP, San Felipe, iuiy 31 w JTROBATE Court, 29"th July I839.rJolm M Cieary l avin ibis d-TypeliWred for lenersfadministral.on on the estate or William L Alston, a deceased soHier ofthearmy orTwas no objections are made withinMXiy nays iju . beVtn.edu prayed lor. By -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 September 1839

0 tlJLlZlilUJl &BKD' :ttffl5il3 1210 3 Jr ;uto i &. -. ;;. j, - iit.-.trs.-.-t. . v&fats&xe -i?-T5f -vl ..il Published Twice a e& eA-rfw i in g thcScssion of Congress and Wvvklytlic remainder of the Year. V TERJtIS-$5 in advance. . or 97; attthcertd .f;fheiyMP.'S:W . -V Al i lfl tVft- 1 fc 1"M-J J "l llrn .ffcKitj. 1 t l ! L' m m k v- BY CRUGER & MOORE- PUBLISHEDBY CRUGER & MOORE FIITY-TWO NUMBERS TO CONSTITCTE THE TEin. TERMS: Sutscription, Five Dollars a year, payable in ad vance, or Seven Dollars at ihe expiration of the year. Advcrtisine: Two Dollarper square for the first insertion. and One Dollar for each contiuance eight lines or less iV considered a. square. .Marriage and Ubituaryuoticesol more than three lines each;. Cards of Passengers and Annocncements of Candidates for political offices, willbe charged at the com- mon rates of advertising. X&-A11 advertisements to bepaid for in advance; and when not otherwise ordered, will invariably be pu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 September 1839

-4' From the New, York ETtnxggJSiar. " PRESENTATION' Al'TjCOURT. We referied-m ouf lakrtiideVri.this subjecito the ex- pmsive bui empty cerembriyoi being pnsenledlt Coutt We can, however, pardon a very natural curiosity in our Yankee ladies'abroad', who" hivejheard so'fi5uch"nii3'read m much of the -solendorof the British: Couit-rthe daz zling beauty of the -English ladies the magnificence of J -- L- u.1 -J .fO,.l m,lk.J on these -important occasions, ana bewilderinc tbt sti ang- er with the magnificent array of all 'that was aphndid, .attractive, noble and great, in presence of the monatchof jhose realms " Thes patriotism of our -.wotni n is, in a measure pensive, it only breaks out when ihe firr is kin- 3Ied she knows she belongs to a free country and is fiee corn; and in hef admiration of a British court and rigal magnificence, she sees only the gilded exterior not the pair and sickly hue within the.circle of acoiomt she looks at the ladies attired in the richest and most be comi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 September 1839

53.-. l - - ,TH1'TELEG ii'A My. Houston, Wednesday -i$ept.JL 1 , 1 sau rc3We uuderstand that the Hon. H. VY. Fontaine hasjesigned the office of District" Judge of this District! ! The" imperiousinecessity of having the vacancy filltd, if Indeed one. exists, will.snggest llseli to the iiXecutive, and we have liule doubt an appointment will be made previ- ous to his leaving this city for'the new seat of government. CoL A. Nkixl has this morning arrived from Bexar, in company with General Juan Pablo Anaya aud suite; and, reports all things quiet at present in that section. .Major Ross was at Gonzales on his way.to Bexar. The 'excitement there in.respect to the proposed attack on that place by the Comanches has subsided. The Indians are still lurking about the 'Rio Frio Tntercepting traders, in conjunction with some of the central partyof Mexico they being a portion of the renegado Mexicans who left Bexar during the late war, an-1 being themselves un- able to come back, endeavor to do a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 September 1839

n ' ,Yf3?ItHJH'0(T ,0 A - 1 "2tYifTnJH43nedib X-Ecmifcgmt in locating Jaifclaimalo-in thebaic and purl chaSBbfiands.-iHehasbei.extEnsifely engaged ia locating landjj sinco'thaopsningof the lasdofgeeYand having closed alllhebush tnesson band, Ujio.w ready , to irecerei further supply. He.vfiU lo- cate in the western cbtihtry. By twelve months experience .and an extensive knowledge oC the countryand unremitting exertions, h j befieves-Tie'will be able to do justice to those who may intrust lun, -with their businesC . &. . , ,.'"-., As he will leave infcfow'ASs and will be-lnbstof the time in th .voods,"he wul-refer ta.S: Whiting, Houston ;.Forbes,.roofcs1 S . CojOuuTnVit'Wm iflenrj: Dangerfied, Esq, Bexar; who will givi allWdrmaJionrequiiedr and'aiedoly authonied, to raako any ar . t rangemenW necessary -His terns roll, be low in either money of landsSd-so arranged as to secure to Ins employers a fathfuldis . charge ofjho trust confided. ". G. CATLETT. i - feb 20. 192-tf TE7 d'i "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 September 1839

i &- .- il rV JVi ... i " ? r? a -l -s I Ttti-.. Ui 1 to n TiSjR5arS&83 in Vdvancc.5 z i BY GRTJGER'&MOORE. -. BUBLJrSHaDJBT'CRUG'ER 4M0ORE T K FIFTY-TWO KXJtlBKRS TO COHSTgTJTEiTHE'YEiR. , . ""JTEBMS. Suoici-fpUon, ,FiyeDplIarsa yearf payable in ad VancefjOnSeviu'Dollars at" the expiration -of the year. "Jldvcrtisiagi TwiPDoilarrn&e for the first insertion, -and One Dollar for each contiuance--eightilines of less is .considered agnaterMarriagendfObitnarynoUces of more than ihreeinesachj-CardsofPassensers and Annocncements of Candidates.Thr political offices wilUie-chargedat the com- -mon. rates of advertising. 1 ,.,. -' v, -CjOATl,advertisemrotsto"hepaldorra advance; ana when .not otherwise xirdered.'.-willinTanably be published nntil forbid, andcbargelcUbij-accoTdingly?, AllJetters)oa"bnsine6S must be post'paid or they' will" not iealtgndedto. " """", . - i . AGENTSi-i tie United Statist EdwIrd .Hlu.. "New Or leans; Jo. tt.Ei.toaa, BooKsellers,JWobiIepiioTD & a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 September 1839

& vd !-.Ms. iCi 3- -2 f & II . ZlMforrf&KhdMMagtaineJbr Jvnt , A JL-UMJSST1U SCEjNJS, Nine o'clock hadjjust Snick" at? the Imperial-Palace at Tontainebleau. Napoleon stated by the, fire-side with , Marie Louise, waixojoying'.thft freedom of conversation -and familiarity ho was so fond of. Never had his noble iBdrantiqoe-featnres assumed so joyous and so natur alandiexp"ressi6n.'TIe .laughed; he7chatted, he, joked amVa strang-er entering- by chance, would have much dif- ficulty Jin' jecognlzingahe in that little stout man', -'lolling. with so much' nonihaltnceiti an arm-chair. ' jHerpokaMhe fire'witlrthe tip of bistfoot; rubbed his hands with glee", and with, pjayfulapdjtender sallies, pro- voked Marie Iuiae-tojremurejippn some Erencb phras- c csasjtt strange to her; which she disfigured witn a mer man frankness so irresistibly droll, that iNapoieon oursi irinto fits of laughter.- ? "- . V TheTEmpress, half angry, half smiling, came and sat ijtionlheknee ofher husband At ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 September 1839

v ---,. I -Z& - t A , s.-C5.5At ," SVST. .. ooiit i.i.r. r.SW-..;-.ni mhirh.hp. will not lail to ion bndav trom JNew Hmvrna. a distance otbU miles nav-- iiiavmtr mv hand crentlv on nissnouiaer.l An vou .,-.ig3f!' - .t--.- "'. . " ' ' ,'- 'ling performed the voyage in the. small space of thirty- ' made a mistake ot one llgurc. ' Is he better? Now aueuuwoiimuuuiuu. i te V, nine duvs the 60 milts out was neilormed in ) ' more attention: I dunt like to find f iult, but :you must Mexico Wd nave received our files of papers from the'eity of Mexico to the 8th of August, inclusive 1 ftey contaitf little of Interest, and no news. ,We find Im the Dforis ta Gobiernb, oHhe 23d Julyra-cpnsus of the pop- ulation ofthe'Mesican republic, taken by the Mexican Institute. Departments. Mexico, Population, 1,389,520 679,1 U-j Palisco, Puebla, Jocatua, Oajaca, TMichoaean.i-. Zacatecas, Vera Cruz, 681,902 580,984 500,208 1 497,906 273,375 254.380 162,618 -'147,000 13,606 321,810 147,000 141,206 t- - -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 September 1839

" . Hag for Sals'. j. he snoKTiDeroami taletWs, VMntifnl Rexidencerfon ""jjtfaflMtfMydn sltuawdnwd miles befowflarrisMirgT-aaa jvhw.hw . b "t-r" t -P SWenironttMtUjroTHonsfon. The Improvements-are HT)welli6r.HHnse, "S0by24feetl with a ten foot gallery -Wfro'Jwo.retfrponwta thnrearvlObylOfeet, with the JapptFfiSSa.'maklog four rooms in the front dwelling; the whole tSealrfBttpainWa; theUining-roomis8hy84 feet, sealed'and" i-tle, oVeti,''&c;agood wharf is in front of the house, andsteam- l "boais'land at all time? A "handsome Garden, withTfroit trees,- sunttrier "house, &c. 'Also an excellent Field, of 6 acres.which "JrhesJjifodhced two'geod crops of corn, melons, etc; a"plenty of -rood; the whole ondergood palings and fences. Tie proper-.-"rywill be soUagreat bargain to any one' who may wish so de- stable a residence. - For further .information, 'inquire of An- "drew Briscoe, Harrisburg, or to ' - & V BENJ P HA"NNA, on the premises. ' Tor terms, apply to ADAMS Sc HARRIS, ...

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