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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 March 1843

* r .*• •, 'mm-- raw ú I THE CIVÍL ®Pí;' í%MR&WJ: |f ' * * *. yMMagp *$sbi $! ' V1 ir" '* $? Í:M¿ %** established in" >n, te: mi. ■« wed1 . 'w h $ KD1TBP DV U. «TVABT. PUBLISHED EVEHY WKDNK 1 AY AND SATURDAY. A* $3 per annum payable within six months after the time of eubscribing—or #10 at the end of the year. AIho, published weeklv, fci the country, at $5 per annum payable in advancc. ADVERTISING—One square, one dullur for the fir l inner- lion, each subsequent insertion fifty centn. Eight hues make a •quit re. O* All letters on business of the office must be poll paid or IbHy will not be taken out of the post office.' CARDS of stnamboat and other passenger, and announce' vents, of cnnJidateafor office, are considered and charged aa ad- vertimneiils. tnr Marriage and obituary noticea of more than three line* in •ngth charged as advertismenti. . . LAW REGULATING PILOTAGE.' From an Act regulating the appointment and duties of pilots at the Port of Gal net ton, Approved 4th Feb...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston City Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 March 1843

mgptmm. - * mp***.-- 'I I mmm ral «wmttw ttte —. DAY, MARCH 16, 1843. ptuna arrived from New Ortatw on Son' Üted Mobile ainoe her departure from thin port, i «(rival, which i* not important, ia fully report- ad in our columna of thismorning. It will be obaerved thai the affairs of Yucatan continue in ttatu quo. There ia nothing defin- ite Trom the interior of Mkxicu. The report of thí"org«nizttti<.n and measure* of the anti-central Congress ut Jnluppa i not fully confirmed, thoughsimilar rumora have ronchad New Orleans.— A venael húa arrived at New Orlos lis from Mate'i/ioro*, and reporta tbat jus.t before aho «ailed nnw ¿arrivedjpt that pori that the Texian priaonera captured al Mier rained upon and overpowered iheir guard near Ssliillo, and had aiaried lor home in groat haate. The report ia not fully credited, though we notice in the New Orieana Tropic a letter written by one of the priaonera previoua to their departure from Matamoros, iu which it ia elated that they intend- ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 March 1843

•• X ea<J us to doubt whether the apparant diffoienco eon the I wo Governments is not father one of ilion than uf principle Not only U-the right of L'h, properly so called, distflaimpd by Gréat Biilain, [even that of mero visit and inquiry is asserted qualifications inconsistent with the idea of a per- right. In the dispatch of Lord Aberdeen to Mr. arett, of the 20th December, 1841, as also io.thatj m liSii helping band to our may be most urgently nejsdcd." * Thi|i>icontiims accounts heretofore received. We make another extract? rioin the tame paper of the 17th, which is the extent of the information at Kings- ton in relatiou to the 'eas^£uake, up to the depar- ture of the Fanny. __ | ...... "The Tay steamer which arrived on'lj^e, 13th and L received by the British Minister in this country, j sails this morning, brought accounts of'severe euifte- ide to Mr. Fox, his Lordship declares that if. in sptie: quakes to windward, which have created considerable fall life precaution wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 15 March 1843

i' j li II 1 Ir 1] si ■ I ,-i rf. L i k- PRINTING, I-B0A1 BILLS, «Íüt « Judicial, and other Blank*: BALL INVITATIONS; £í6* fá oj ¿íadtnp for of Steamtfoa ISO""" ' 2$ t I>l Floor Sm • U• |N SS, AO WITH OX WITHOUT SHirfKRM NAHMs BILL UKA1> , A«ri> OUUIVMBa Jfunrcalj KnbUatio.na; DRESS,TMD fwfit ATI ON .CARDS ; vil ay hkue1ft8, la b^ík pamphlets, 4« Ac. Bxecntsd with neatness accuracy, and despatch; at the office of tlijc GALVESTON CIVILIN. JAMES M'KNIGHT, Wholesale dealer in Dry Goods, Hats,^Boots, Shoe* Clothing Gtoceries tfc. Kmcivin* roavrAUDiNS and Commission Mebchan i • Cfolycston Te*qs." •00 piece, sssorisd Calling JO dozen Collin*'Axes da Cotiau Carda <* • boxe* French Powder1 ¡É lapt 28 H. H. WILLIAMS & Co. Fonoarding and CommissionMerchant I—IK GALVESTON, Ttzifr E. O. LYNCH, Auction and Cummin ion Merchant; Galveston Texas. IT Liberal advance* made on eoniig oniants ef ths Produce f flha gauntry dec 7. E L.-BARNARD, General Broker, Commission if Forwarding Mer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 18 March 1843

IHlítu r=pw> Trrn i ; v,. ■ Miw*WWff fif ,, • ¡ ; OUfffllWW* Ey*tt* WEDNEBDA* AND SATURDAY. At 9fi per annum payable Within six months aflejr the timo of subscribing—or flOat the «iid"of the year, Also, published weeklv, Tot the country .at^per annum payable in advauny . ADVERTISING—One squaro, one dollar few the first ¡nw lian, J««h subsequent insertion fifty cento, Eigty lino* make a squire.' ' " ' . '°- O" All letters on business of the office tnuit be po«t paid or — yllj"1 b* take.nont of'tho poetoffice, i anil WV"!«nger, and announce- ments, or ciuSIidutesfor offico, are considered and charged as ad- veriisment . ••.-. O* Marriage and obituary ntiricei~of more thun three linee in engtn charged ,aa ádvertiameiiu. - ' .'"" LAW REGÜL ATÍNG~P*I k , . ¿rom «ri) Act regulating', the apgoiiUmpnifind duties pf jvil'ts the Part <f Galveston, Approve# At/i Pef. hum j i i)'r AN. 4fil Sec. J Be it enacted, b / the Senate and {louse of Represen- tativas ofttho Kepnuliool T«k«*in Congr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 18 March 1843

j-'tfk fa k . !• lÍ 3 • V ' B II tt I f % toatsmt cnífití. HCH 18, 1643 Jay last wm warm And minutes before one a North* ienly came tip and continued to blow with great violence until Thursday morning, accompanied during the moat of Wednesday evening by an excee- dingly eold rain and during the night by the heavi-. eat fioat of the season. The ground was co.nyletely fro- sen, and pools of water covered ivfth ice, half an iucb Id depth. A man namedC^Sfrpbell, who waa caught bytbeetorm in the prairie below town, perished of cold before night on Wednesday, and another who waa iu company nearly lost bis life, and ia atill in a dan- gerous eooditiou. A comet, pronounced by all our citizens the largest they bave ever seen, has been seen iu the south west for some eight or ten eveninga past-appearing at dark and sinking beneath the horizon it nine or ten o'- clock. None of our almanacs predicted its appearance, and ail our asttonomeia regard it as a stranger. We •xpepted to have seen some ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 18 March 1843

■ta1?*" IV/! v waged hap,,, tor«rn< ufaoccean i IF -i|i Wlriklo<r front, vt1 He* upan ,Uio fpreign pulicj «SSsiKtessfíS^ wsouree which oolv require a wiae and pacjñc policy Jwlopeil, • We seek in vain for a market for ""■ífactures. and inIndia we have 100,000,000 jwito couauisW on au average less than a rtb "*hf tier goods per head in the course of tflu^ear. Not because the Hindoos do not require the produce of our looms and factories, but because they are poor, and cannot afford to buy them. Why ■re tbey poor! Not because their aoil is unfitted to produce valuable articles to exchango in the British market, but faiecaübé'agriculture is conducted ia a lude imperfect mauner1, bééiuie there ere no internal coir.- municationa, and ab<j>V$ *11. because the peasantry are ground to tlx dust; by «be oppi «asiré taxation render- ed neceasary by continued wars, in India the state is the landlord, ñnd ándtír the name of a land- tax, ex- torta from the bolder of the land a rent whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 18 March 1843

■' r 1 ¡i f I I || I n H -JK % V' TING, Sfaumfoa. WITH OR WÍTHÓO* énrrnu NAÍOH B I. IHADA.AND CIH(iVUII* jFuiiecalj Xtttottatfona; BUSINSS. ADOflESS. AttJ INVITATION .CAROSi d ay ubukwt . t*BIÍMb'MHf«tÉT8.*« kc. ■asentad with noatnon weewy, ul dcipatchJ at THE Oi'fjok ok tub GÁ LVEST ON CIVILIN. """ r JAMES M'KNIGttT, Wholesale dealer in J try Good*, Wat , _ Boots, Shoet "CIo thing Gioceries $ . Rsckivino ronwauuikw ano Commiwiqn Mbrcoani Galveston Texas. H. H. WILLIAMÍS & Co. isosaasr s«s 10 keg. Salsraiaa Sperm Candles ^ Tallow do 8 tKBSf do 38 manufactured Tebacoo 2 bblsiSmnkiog Tabico# 22 M Bogar* I Klbbt* rectified Whiskey. 40 leaf * iVuils 04 Iwsfcais Champagne 3do Spikes 160 boxes Claret 10 tun. as'd 8wedi h Iroa 70 qr pipes do 80. plough Moulds * . 18 Jo d Brandy, differ-1 sheel* boiW Iron I i_ ' 1 K.;. kL..L. ú.i.>u Staich jskel* Sweat Oil IU8 k*ga While Leed lift v w ent brande 17 qrauike Sherry 4 do d«i 10 pair blacksmuhb,Mallows. An. \it , Hummers, dio , i. \ 600 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 25 March 1843

7 ' CIVILIAN ESTABLISHED IN] GALVESTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, li JED1TBD BY H. MTIIAUT, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. At $3 per milium payable wiihin si/ month* after the time of subscribing—or $10 at the end of the yeér., Atao, published weekly, Ibi lite country, at $5 per annum payable in actyjmcs. ADVERTISING—Une square, one dollar for the first inser lion, each subsequent insertion - fifty centlt Eight linea make •" IO* All letters on business of the office must be post paid or they will not be taken out of the post office. . CARDS of Steamboat and other passenger, and announce- ments, ofcunJidatesfur office, are considered and charged as ád« vertisments. ICT Marriage and obituary notices of moré than three hues in engjth charged as advertismenU. LAW REGULATING 'PILOTAGE. From any Act regulating the appointment and duties of pilots at *thc Port of Galveston, Approved 4 th Feb. 1842. * " SECTION 5. Bo it further enactid, That the Pilots ofsaid port vhall be entitle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 25 March 1843

MARCH 25, 1843. ~ú* ...' M-' V i I r *..5^ •á#F efcftap aetbey bar* becotne. But tbis is aet aft. W—- toriee fpvo been established for tbe manufactura of bagging and negro cloths, aa well as other coarse cotton goods, by which large sums of money, hither- to sent abroad,.^will be retaiued' in the state. The •effect of these measures will be to decrease the pro- portion of cotton produced as labor is drawn off into other channels, and although the ezteiior trade may be diminished, tbe real interests of the state are not likely to suffer. In fact, the heaviness of tbe present supply in the cotton maiket, and the lowness of prices, is attribute" ble to the extreme favorableness of the last season in the United States, and to previous afaumulatious in the Eutftpeanr maiket, rather than to an increase in Telegraph states that it baa received a letter fanlfe || The from, Washington announcing that Col. Butler, the Commissioner on tbe part of the United States, had arrived with twenty men ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 25 March 1843

1 S; aíamaoiuio gemo wLich Le had cultoctod in mmJi io- «•lity bui his view weie not eucouraged by thte Conj. pauy «uid i he miuea have since fallen into utter ne- f lea. Knowledge.—Berkley's Miscellany fur Septe mber contains among other things, the following: • Anecdotal reminiscence of an English missionary, named Clarke, who went out to convert the natives of India to Christianity, but failing in his efforts, returned in dospBir to Calcutta. We give the rest of the anec- dote in ttié wiiter'sown words: 4,Oiie day our migsionary learned, to his s reat joy, that a Brahmin ot the very fiist rank had arrived in the metropolis. Determined to bring the matters to an issue, Clarke wrote to him, and begged him to meet him on a certain day, when.he undertook to convince him (the Hindoo piiesl) of the errors of his faith. To this the Brahmin consented, and at the time ap- Íointed, the heathen and Christian champion met. to iscuss, in presence of several witnesses, the merits of their resp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 25 March 1843

" di «'H •é--- „ ,.- '-W^J w "•BPñ ~M Sack* Coffee JL O" 23 L.^1 riour SO obi Porto Rico Soger 80 do Mola**ea a 1 § If' *í I 1 él $ ill i.. K I BOAT BlllS, __ m miMLiteB SP<; • If otarial. Judicial, and other Blanks: BALL INVITATIONS ; $4 oj ££ac¿tnp £or or $%amrfoai\ WITH OH WITHOUT HHWPBHX NJMBj BILI. UBADSJANU VUUVVVABM ifunccali luüítatíona; BBSIN-SS, AD 0 RES8 ,.,AND ilNVITATION ¿CAR 08 : PUAY UEOpiPTB, LAIIKLS, PAMPHLETS, fcc. he. Bxecoted with neataowi accuracy, and despatch; AT THE OFFICE OF THE i GALVESTON CIVILIN. 10 kege.Saleratu* 80 b xei Sperm Candle* 30 " Tullow do Ü0 " Starch 60 basket* Hweet Oil 108 kegs White Lewl- ■ - a Whi i , 10 tone ae'd Swedish Iron •f Sugar boxes dp I manufactured Tobacco 2 bbli Smoking Tobacco ?2M Segare Í10 bbli rectified Whi*key 40 keg JVuile 96 baskets Champagne 3 do Spikes lCUboxes Claret ,, 70 ur pipes do .80 plough Moulds 18 do do Brandy,*4lfifer%30 ebeels boiler Iron " 10 pair bkjdttsini ill's Mellows, An vilq,9fcj|kisrs, <Ve 600...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 29 March 1843

U<- TH ESTABLISHED IN] CI VI LI fe Bl>ITK/BV II. 8TVAKT. PUBLISUKD EV^V WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. At$3 per aunum/yable within six months after the tune off eribing—or #l0t the end of the year. Also, p'TBliehed I |'V. foi the cuurfy. at $5 pur annum payable in advance. JVERTISlNGMJne square, one dollar li.r the first inner, ochsubnequatiuserliou fifty cents. Eight lines make a/ . ' AIMetters d business of the office must be post paid o E will oot be t*en out of the post oflice. j ARDd ofst^mboat and other passpñger, and.annnunc tnts, of oanJidtesfor office, are considered and charged as ^rtisments. / ^ ¡■•ID" Marriarf and obituary notices of more than three lines* in «¿th charge/as udvertismenti. REGULATING PILOTAGE. .ct regulating the appointment and duties of the Port of Galveston, Approved 4 th Feb, «BirrpN 5. Be itfurthcrenact.nl, Thai isll lie entitled to demand and receive L rom ah pilots 1842. Beit further enacts, That the Pilots ofmid i.*-- 1"'to demand and receive for th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 29 March 1843

front 11 lo and delibe spect fully, and Judge Jas. tTANT PROM MEXICO. Robinson arrived on boaid the New 9ra Crux on the 2¿ inst. in tbe U. li brig of war Dolphin, wbicb vesse 1 wu to bav# Ian, dad bim at Galveston, but was unable jo mike the place on accouat of tbe prevalence of winda end atorro] weather. Jeá?® "Robinson waa imn s matter with scro- ll aubmitted re- ía may be justly bia position and tbe (be prisoner* captured under Gen. WolJ, at San toniolaat autumn, and baa been released by Santa An- na for tbe purpose of bearing s communication to Texas, containing propositions for an accommodation between tbe two countries. Judge R. carries this do- cument to Washington to lay before the Executive, when ¡twill be publiahed in full., In tbe mean time the Judge baa favored us with tbe following heada of the letding propositions and tbe accompanying obser- vation . Galveston, March 27, 1843. To tbe Editor of tbe Civilian. Sir:-—A few Jbours since, 1 arrived here from Vera Crux, via N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 29 March 1843

ced ARRIVED. repreltend &ny-otie,conaidfir.. Jtt^-ateamship Neptune. Rolling. N. O. in public or in prívale, pre- " " New York, W nght^NrO; " "" Brig Crusoe, New York "Taror ¿ . tC ought to be or at some other timé, also in what terms to do it—and in reproving, ahoW nosigns of chuler, but do it with sweetness and mildness. 19 Take al) admonitions thankfully, in whatsoever given; but afterwards, not being culpable, take a time or place convenient to let him know it that gave them. 20 Mock not, nor jest at any thing of importance; break no jests that are sharp biting, and if you deliver any thing witty or pleasant, abstain from laughing thereat yourself. 21 Wherein you reprove another, be unblameable yourself, for example is more prevalent than precept. 22 Use no reproachful lang&age against any one, neither curses nor revilings. , 23 Be not hasty to believe flying reports to the dis- paragement of any one. 24 In your apparel be modest, and endeavor to ac- commodate nature rat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 29 March 1843

fes* MJf . j. ¿i respectful ly to inform his numerous ¡iDDÓrtar in Galveston that his hours of consultation at homk are from eight to ton o'clock in tho morning and Irom •five t° ¡t'hlB^üuty ' fú ¡mho tin' public announcement in valence of tho uutfieroiis disappointments experienced by poop 10 culling upon him when professioinilly engaged from ''"tbrms—Consultation fee at home, including medicines $1 do do from homo 10 to 15 Ollfco'.'mí Ruflideneo.—The house lately in tho occupation of Col. Jackson and luí mediately ojipowte Mr. Walbridge $ Sem- imry. "* " Jütt RENT. A PLANTATION on Galveston liny, with 200 acres under fouoo —houHos, out honses Arc, Ac. A farm of50 acres utider lonce, with houses, out houses, Ac, &c. The land i fertilo, and well adapted to the cultivation ol cOlton, corK. or'sugar cane. AVSü, FOU SALE OR REN l\ Another farm on San Jacinto Bay, with houses, out houses, spring of good fresh water, &c, &c. With oitlior of said liirms sundry field hands cau ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 5 April 1843

THE 01VIMA* ESTABLISHED IN] KU1TED HY Ht. DTDABTt vubli8heo every wednk81my ano 8a' id e^ehy -t,— V, At #8 pet annum payable within si* months aflor the%tne of Teubscribing—of J01O at the end of the year. Also, published r^Weeklr. To t!u,1hiintry, at $5 per annum payable in advance. AUVEHlTISING—One square, one dollar Tor the first inser- ' «ion, each subsequent insertion fifty cents. Eight line* make a square. * lO* All letters on business of the office mast be post paid or |hey will not be taken out of the post office. CAEOS of steamboat and other passenger, and nnnouhce- lents, of candidates fur office, are considered and charged as ad- ertisments. BJ* Marriage and obituary noticea of more than three lines in jeogth cha rged as advertisment*. LIST OF LETTERS yiemaining in the Post Office at Galveston on the 31st March, 1843. A Adama A. King Alsbury Harison (Hen Alas* lussry N. 1 Mosely 3 pit Win P alter David ey Mra M 'litre Chas F ; John TCoL bars Geu T J run William William 2 b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 5 April 1843

í :> í M 4 i# f '*§k m K. i WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1843. "ÓUR FOREIGN TRADE. We opposed any interfence with the Tariff at the last session of Congress, not from the opinion that the best scale of duties which could be devised ha^ beeu adopted, but because we were satisfied fiom observa- tion that no improvement which could be made was likely to compensate for the injuries which would pro- bably result to the commeice of the country from the continuance of those capricious and ill-digested chan- ges in the revenue laws which had becomeso common to the country. Every change of the Tariff must ope- rate unequally, and injure individuals to a greater or lesa extent, although the general interests of th$ country may he advanced; and individuals may be greatly injured even without benefitting the country at large. íhe present Tariff was ¿adjusted '.o suit an e- tnergency, and hajhproved to be petty well adapted to the case. It was n>e only certain means left for the support of the Gove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 5 April 1843

■ « !/ I Théy talfceJ over the preliminary cit cum lances, and John asked hia cousin to second his motion. Mr. Ad- ams went in, took tbe floor, and put forth all his strength in the delineation be had prepared, aj ^ >— at the adoption of the array. . He was rearf^ the army, appoint a commander, vote sup) proceed'io business. Alter his speetjtaUiad ialiecL/aome doubted, some objected, and some armtl> '"c,eU8eJ wi'.li the occasion, and |J^**nese doubts and hesitations he replied: "Gemlammi, if this Congress will net adopt this ar- my before teu moons have set New England will adopt it, and she will uudeitake the struggle alone—yes, with a strong arm, aud a cleau conscience, she will front the foe single-handed." This had the desired effect. Tbey saw that New England was neither playing nor to be played with. They agreed to appoint a day. A day was fixed. It came. Mr. Adams went in, took the floor, urged the measure, and after some debate it passed, The next thing was to get a co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston City Gazette — 5 April 1843

m ¿ IC 1 W - ■, " «: ' Í' . Ii v . 9 II ► ■- s n B PRINTING, EMBRACING INS BILLS, STEAM-B0A1 BILLS, AHD ©TTIXIttB ©M©W SJ01UL© Notarial, Judicial, and other Blanks: BALL INVITATIONS; eS ¿¿adinp^of of WITH OA WITHOUT MHU'PERS NAME/ |K ¿ ■■LL IIBADS AND CIBCVEiABS Jputif ral Jfntoítatíonn; BUSIN SS, ADDRESS. AND INVITATION ICARDS; DRAY ItKOEIPTS, LABELS, PAMPHLETS, Ac. fcc. Executed with neatness accuracy, and despatch AT THK OFFICE OF THE GALVESTON CIVILIN. 1 Sucks Coffee JL Oil 25 bbl Flour 10 kegs Saleratus 80 boxes Sperm Candles 30 " 'l'allow do «0 " Starch 00 basket* Sweet Oil ' 108 kefs White Lead :es Tea Loaf Sugar e* do .aLi rttif.clM^MAacco i SmoM^IWwcco Segarf^^P"^ E. L. BARNARD, * , General Broker, Commistion Sf Forwarding Merchant july 2 1642 Strand, Galveston 20 bbl Fort Ric* «agar 20 do Molasaea 45 boxes Tea 6-bbl Loaf 8uj 2 boss* 38 mam 2 bbls ics White Lead 22 M Segal ] 10 bbls rectified Whiskey 40 kegs jVaita 98 bankets Champagne 3 do Spikes 160 boxes Claret 10 ton* e...

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