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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 17 April 1852

THE STAB STATE PATRIOT. S*—ga WITHERSPOON & CO., Vol. IV. No. 49. without unios, our independence and liberty would never have been achieved without union, thev never can be maintained. Marshall, Harrison Comity, Texas, Saturday, April 17, 1852. PROPRIETORS. -—I Whole 3Vo. 215. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNING Bj WITHERSPOON & CO., Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dolía r if paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol Ian at the end of the volume. Single copies, 10c. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines, or less,for the firstinsertion; and fifty cents for each aobsequentinsertion, ifpaid in advance; if not,fifty per cent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Political, personal and business communication3 promotive ofindividual interests, will be charged the same as advertisements; and these, together with all jublications required by law, if not paid ...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 17 April 1852

T^Wr THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. liberty, of «II good government, of peace ,-mast inevitably follow a dissolution Tejas,.: April 17, 1852. . B~ PALMER the American Néwspaper authorized Agent for this paper ton, New York and Ph^.-aipuia émpoweTC- *" ¿e advertisements and' [13 at the rates as required by us. His te will b<j regarded as payments. His Offices are—BOSTON, ScoHay's Building; NEW YORK ^"Hbriíng Buildings? PHILADELPHIA, N. W. Corner of Third and Chestnut streets." TC PRINT IrftS. # WANTED at(this office, a good practical prin- ter. A gentleman of sober and, industrious habits; and fully capable of taking charge ot the entire mechanical department. One^well qualified, may rely oil good'wagís, prompt payment, and a per- manent situation. Those desiring a situation of the kind'would do well to call; or address us by letter stating the lowest wages expected. MILLARD FIILMORE A>"D JOHN J. CRITTENDEN, Our choice for President and Vice President; but subject to the Whig National...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 17 April 1852

. ' THE STAR STATE PATRIOT.. v:r % •MM .STAR STATE PATRIOT. «= IT, A. D. 185 . Agents iter He «Patriot." Cader Alleh, General Travelling Agent. ito'wSS; I Joan Aui>oh> Mount Mourn. A. L. Vawtek, Grand Bluffs. Chas. Graham, Clear Spring. John VV ilsOB, Gertrude. Jambs Eakp, Pine Tree. ' D. F. Barcroft, GHmer^ W*. McMillan, McMillan's. E. Iff. Smith; Elysian Fields. J. W. Massie, Waiting's Ferry. / E. B. George, i ÍQ.t). Nortok, > Quitman. J. B. Stout, * ' .V B. E. Lott & Wells, Gum Spring. T. J. C. Worth am, Palestine. A. Sterwe , Nacogdoches. Jho. Gray, Esq., Greenville. D*. Smith, Postmaster, Tarrant. Edward Rogers, Esq., | Dangerfield. I.M.Ball, Boston. W. D. Maut. Ausitn. R. H. Martw, Paris. X Yii WtTHBE, i Mount Pleasant. DR. Bic*, • S Drí WM. Raslakd, Shelbyville. II. R. BEACH. CARRIAGE DEALER , LOUISIANA CARRIAGE REPOSITORY, Always on hand a.large and complete assort non* from the best manufactories. Nos 49 and 51 Carondelet street, Union Row, Jan. 3, 185SM5m-n34....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 17 April 1852

m THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. cuFim&s. "fbere are two full moons this month. Give u.< ?nod sleighing, and- wo will go it to the "last ■quarter." "The man for mv money"—thb Sheriff. "A trian afW ray heart"—aihurderous enemy. , "What I set much by.^-tiiefire in cold weath- er. Tbefe nrelwo.sldas to everything except the Tei;gion of a hypocrite, and that is all outside. Great Ms*.-—Among (he early risers we "encountered near the market plac« on the ave- nue, this morning, were one Daniel Webster *ni one Wiafield Scott. The m st favorable finis for a pleasant, how-lo-yoii-ho with an old gentleman by the-name of Henry Clay, duriag hi? occasional vi.«it to this pitv, is at autrfise !" the morning, in the s«mo vicinity. The i pre? í)f gréa r. JSSU thought to be conganial with some men : hut energy, resolution, persevore.ic:' and industry may possibly have som thing to dn with a man's destiny.—Wash 7 elegraph. "Abraham, my pet, where is your father?' ••Don't know mother ; hut guess he's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 24 April 1852

STAR STATE WITHERSPOON <Sc CO. " without union, our i\dependence and iiherty would never have been achieve without UNION, they never can be MAINTAINED. Comity, Texas, Saturday. April 24, 1852. mmkm PROPRIETOR^. wyic m m. WISHED ¿ATUROAY JL. MORMNij y. i By WITHERSPOOJS & CO. Proprietors. • " TERMS. Two dollars per annum is advance, Three dollar If paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol lars at the end of the volume. Single copies, 10c. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines, or less,for the firstinseriion; and fifty cents for each tuWquentinsertton.Tf paid in advance;if not,fifty per cent will bé added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Political, personal and business communication promotive ofindi vidua! interests, will be char| * - same asadvlrtisemants; and these, together i publications required by law, if not pajdforin advance, • • "ivaome respouwb Announcements of candidates...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 24 April 1852

HF" 55* THE STÍR STAT E P A T E I 0 T. > government, of peace ly follona dissolution .y. WITHEB^PÜON & MAftSHiLU Texas ... April 17, 1852, r Amérijcn Newspaper IvAgent for thftTpaper ► cities of Bosfbn, New <York and Philadelphia, ana is.dul/ em^o verai fc't*ke advertisements arid subscriptions at ibe Tares as required by us. His receipts will fie (warded as payments. H;s Office: fe^-BOSTOft, Scollay^ IJujjdipg; SEW YORK ribune Buildings: "PHILADELPHIA, N. W. corner of Tb¡rdTáud Chestnut streets." - •• • - ^ ' •" IfCM. * Sty1 - s ipport of CLARK, wHIoefi sent to be for Chief Jiislicej df Harrison 1 ejection' be wtfl receive the MANY* VOTE Its. ^tUTT BKS. I practical prin- entire mechanical cteptfrtrfutttf One well qualified, ' ^nay rely on goo¿Pwag<?s#prompt payment, and a per- manent situation Those pairing a situation oftfie kind would do well to «til; or address us by letter stating the lowest wages exgectód. " MILL ARB FIL L M OR E And JOHN J. GRHTENDEN, Oar choice ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 24 April 1852

M* THE STAR S T ATE P A T R I O f. . STAR STATK VATRIUT. MARHALL. Texas, April 84, |A. D. 11852. NE W N. ORLEANS ADVER r IS EVENTS Agents for the "Patriot." Cader Allen, General Travelling Agent. Th^ wSS ( Jefferson, Cass county. John Allison, Mount Mourn. A. L. Vawtek, Grand Bluffs. Chas. Graham, Clear Spring. John Wilson, Gertrude. Jahes Earp, Pine Tree. D. P. Barcroft, Gilmer. Wh. McMillan, McMillan's. b. m. Smith, Etysian Fields. J. W. Massie, Waiting's Ferry. E. B. George, > D. 0. Norton, > Quitman. J. B. Stoüt, ) E. E. Lott & Wells, Gum Spring. T.J. C. Wortham, Palestine. A. Sterne, Nacogdoches. J no. Grat, Esq., Greenvtlle. Dr. Smith, Pftsimaster, Tarrant. Edward Rogers,- Es , ) j}anserfield. J. D. Lilly, S i. m. Fall, Boston. w. d. Miller, Austin. R. H. Martin, Paris. J. W. Withee, J Mount Pleasant. Dr. Beck, \ Dr. Wm. Raglasd, Shelbyville. Messrs. Holland, í Sour Lake. Freeman & Sears, > R. W. Powell, ") J.W.Allen, ( Walter Garswell, ( E. W. Wiley, . j........

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 24 April 1852

T IfE STAR STATE PiTHI Ot JU SELECTED PO ETRY. ' ~ ■ jL ' 1 ■ Geo tie Words.—A Song BY C. D. STEWARÍ, A young ro?9 in sunjoior time Is baantjfnl jo me, And gloriona the many atara That {rirmtft&r on the «6s; BitGemle Words a nd loving hearts, And haikL to clasp my own, Ar3 better than the brightest buvvers ~0r stars that évcr sBone. The san may worm the Grass to fife, j . The Dew the drooping Flowei-, And eyes gr¡*,v bright and watch the light Of fliitum.i's opening hour- Bat \\otd.s that fern j the of tenderness, And ¿mibs Wj knov^are true, Are warmer than the Sumtiur time, And brighter than the Dew. it is not much the world can give, Vt ítít áil its subt e art. And Go d or Gems'ara not the filings To satisfy the Haarr, But o';! ii; those who cluster 'round '¿gjbe alter and the hearth, Have gentle frords and loving srnilas, 'ilow teautiful Is Earth! Fatailia^fbi ogs. There is a truth thaUravtl brings, A truth ot homely Birth; We dwell among familiar, things, f And little know t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 1 May 1852

sea THE S STATE PAT.RIOT. WITHERSPOON <fc CO. " without union, our independence and liberty would never have been achieved without union, they never can be maintained. % * PROPRIETORS. V#l. IV. i\0.5l. Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, May 1, 1852. Whole No. 207. 59 * B J >> i PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNING By WITHERSPOOff & CO., Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dollar if paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol hrs at the end of the volume. Single copies, 10c. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each lubaequent insertion, ifpaid in advance; if not,fifty per cent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- A is i flgula r Story. [The.following curious narrative, told as be ing strictly true, is from the March number of the Water Cure Journal. Its incidents will re- mind the reader of the Scottish second sight, oí w hich we have so many examples :] I was at scho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 1 May 1852

>VSVAV THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. 9 THÉ PATltlOT •The tow of li&arty, of i' gool government, of peace plenty, and bapjiiMss, mast inevitably foilow a dissolution «f the Unma." EDITED BY WFTHERSPOON & CO. Hi lSHILL, Texas Nay 1, 1852. ¿Ey V, B. PALMER the Americ n Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent for this paper in the cities ot Boston. New York and Philadelphia end Uduly emjio.vered to tike advertisements and ■ subscriptions at the rates as required by ns. His receipts wiil Ke regard*! as oayments. His Offices recwipw ^ ^ g t NEW YORK N. VV. are—BOS TON, rStoll .y's Building: Tribune Buildinis: P til L ADE - .PHI A, corner of Third and t^hestmit streets. If Col. EDWARD C1.ARK, will consent to be come a candidate for Chief lustia. of Harrison countv at the ensuing election, he will receive the VStef MANY VOTERS. TC PRINTERS. WANTED at this office, a good practical prin- ter. A gentleman of sober and industrious habits; and folly capable of taking charge of the ent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 1 May 1852

lit "in— THE STAR STATE PATRIOT, 3 - &TAR Si'ATE PAÍRIUT. MABHALL, TBI AS, May í, A. D. 1852. Agesta for the "Patriot." Cadxr Alls*, General Travelling Agerú. Th^:WatS \ Jtferxan' Ca" couniy- Jobs. Aujpoh, Mount Mourn. A. L. Vawtbb, Grand-Bluffs. Cbu. Graham, Clear Spring. Joan W ilsoh, Gertrude. J airs Eabp, Pine Tree. D. P. Babcbofi, Gilmer. W*. McMillan, McMillan's. E M. Smith, Elysian Fields. J. w. Massib, Wallingfs Ferry. E. B. George, 1 D. O. Nobtcw, > Quitman. J. B. Stout, j R. E. Lott * Wklls, Gum Spring. t. j. c. Worth am, Palestine. A. Stbrjíe, Nacogdoches. Jho. Qbat, Esq., Greenville. Db. Smith, Postmaster, Tarrant. Eoward Rogers, Esq., í Dongerfield. j. d. lilly, i % ' i. m. Ball, Boston. W.D. \liLLEH, au*iin. It. H. Mabtik, Paris. w. Withkk, i Mount Pleasant. Dr. Beck, < Db. VV m. Raglaxd, Shelbytille. Messrs. Holland, t sour x^fe. Fbeemar db Sears, S r. w. Powell, "j j. w. Allen, i ^ Orleans. Walter Cars well, f e. w. Wiley, j , jg Post Masters in general are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 1 May 1852

■ir THE ST A R STATE P Á T R I 0 T. % NEW A|VERTI|EMENTS MOTPC E. DURING my absence from the State S. R. Per- ry, the Sheriff of Harrison County, will act as my duly authorized agent to transact any busi- ness in which I may be interested. April24, 1852. [n50;4i.] W. C.lary. ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. WHEREAS letters of administration were gran led to the undersigned, on the estate of Susan M. Obarr, deceased, by the County Court of Harri- son county. in the State of Texas, pertaining to the estate of deceased persons at the March term there- of, A. D. J8S2. Now, therefore, all petüwis indebted to said estate are hereby notified to come forward and make pay- ment; and ail thosj having claims against the same wfii present them, duly authenticated, within the time Cscribed by law; otherwise they will be forever red. THOS. C. CLARK; Adw'r. April 24,1852.—6w-n50. administration notice. ' HERE AS, letters of administration, de bonis non, with the will annexed, were granted to the undersigned...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 8 May 1852

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. WITHERSPOON & CO., "without uwioií, ocr independence and liberty would never iiave been achieved—without union, they never can bjí maintained. Ü- PROPRIETORS. Vol. IV. No.52. Marshall, Harrison Comity, Texas, Saturday, May 8, 1852. Whole No. 2 8. SATURDAY MORNING By WITHERSPOON & CO., Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars per annnm in advance, Three dollar if paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol lars at the end of the volame. Single copies, 10c. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, ifpaid in advance; if not,fifty per eent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Political,personal and business communication8 promotive ofindividual interests, will be charged the same as advertisements; and these, together with all publications required bylaw, if not paidfor in advance, mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 8 May 1852

eSfcas. en THE STAR STATE P A T R í 0 T. ■ar T-HE PATRIOT tfS ♦The loss of liberty, of all good fovkroriient, of peace nty. and happiness, must inevitably foilow a dissolution the Union." m EDITED BY WlTHERSPOON & CO, 9UHSH1LL Texas May 8, 1S.J2. MILLARD FILLMORE axd JOHN J. CRITTENDEN, Oar choice for President and Vice President; but subject to the Whig National Convention. V. B. PALMER the Americin Newspaper Agent, is the only authorised Agent for this paper in the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and is duly empowered to "take advertisements and subscriptions at the rates as required by us. His ' eseii'.H will he regarded as payments. His Offices jfe—iiUSTON, Scolluy's Building; NEW YORK Tribune Buildirrgs: PHILADELPHIA, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets." If Col. EDWARD CLARK, will consent to be come a candidate for Chief Justice, of Harrison county at the ensuing election, he will receive the support of MANY VOTERS. We are authorize' to announce WILLIAM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 8 May 1852

EBSH STAR STATE PATRIOT. "xw* i STAR STATE PATRIOT. MARHALL, TEXAS, May 8, D. 185 . NE \v N. o RLE A NS AD VER TISEMENTS Agents for tbc "Patriot." Cader Allen, General Travelling Agent. i Jefferson, Casa county. John Allison, Mount Mourn. A. L. VaWter, Grand Blu ff's. * Chas. Graham, Clear Spring. John Wilson, Gertrude. James Earp, Pine Tree. D. F. Barcroet, Gilmer. Wm. McMillan, McMillan's. E. M. Smith, Elysian Fields. J. W. Massie, Waiting's Ferry. E. B. George, i D. O. Norton, > Quitman. J. B. Stout, ) E. E. Lott A Wells, Gum Spring. T. J. C. Worth am, Palestine. A. Sterne, Nacogdoches. J no. Gray, Esq., Greenville. Dr. Smith, Postmaster, Tarrant Edward Rogers,. Esq., ) Dangerfield. J. D. Lilly, S I. M. Ball, Boston. W. D. Miller, Austin. * R. H. Martin, Paris. j w withee, i mounl pleasanu Dr. Beck, s Dr. Wm. Raglaxd, Shelbyville. Messrs. Holland, Freeman &. Sears, ^ R. W. Powell, J. W. Allen, 4 Walter Cars well, ( E. W. Wiley, J Post Masters in general are requested to ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 8 May 1852

i* % 4 THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTICE. DURING my absence from the Stat*, S. R. Per- ry, the Sheriff of Harrison County, will act na my duly authorized agent to transact any busi- aesa in which I may be interested. April 24, 185-2." [n50:4t.] W. C. LARY. ADMIISfSTRATION NOTICE. WHEREAS letters of administration were gran ted to the undersigned, on the estaté of Susan M. Cfcarr, deceased, by the County Court of Harri- son county, in the State of Texas, pertaining to the rsUte of deceased persons at the March term there- of, A D. 1852. Now, tberefo'e, all persons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to come forward and wake pay-; raent; and all those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, within the time prescribid by law; otherwise they will bé forever barred. THOS. C. CLARK; Adm'r. April 24,1853.—6w-n60. ^ ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. WHEREAS, letters of administration, de bonis non, with the will annexed, were granted to the unders...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 15 May 1852

4 JLm WITHERSPOON & CO., 1. STAR STATE PAT RIOT. " without union, ocr independence and liberty would never have been achieved—without union, they never can be maintained. Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, May 15, 1852. published saturday morning | seleot ed poetry. By WITHERSPOON k CO. Proprietors. # ■<% ■n TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dollar if paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol law at the end of the volume. Single copies, 10c. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, ifpaid in advancenf not,fifty per cent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the I above rates will be made. Political, personal and business communications I promotive ofimfividual interests, will be eharged the i advertisements; and these, together with all srequiredbylaw, ifnot paid for in advance, i assumed by some respon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 15 May 1852

• m THE STAR STATE P i T R I O T. — government, 01 peace inevitably follow a dissolution FILLMORE 3K Vi I # J. iStlTTEHOEN, lent and Vice President; but to; the .Whig National Convention. • y.B. PALMER the'Amaric-n Newspaper "* i theory authorised Agent for this paper ibn, New York and Philadelphia, empowered to take advertisements and j^he states as required by us. His ega&ed as. payments. His Offices Sjeollay's Buililiug; NEWYQRK Tribune jíitjijding&r PJtliLADELPHIA, N W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets." Oír The Wh ig Convention for Western Tex- as met at Houston on the 6th inst. So we learn from the Galveston Journal. We have not re- ceived, as yet, any account of their proceedings e communication, ie editors of the 00" A scheme is on foottp connect Yicksbmg and, Shreveport Gazette in which t l>eymentis>n their determina- ^-4ipnt ifjhejíoéfc can be raised, to l^uild the line _¿¿Éwith. "jThe editors believe that the stock can be raised, or the greater part of i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 15 May 1852

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT STAR STATE PATÉIOT. MARH ALL, - TEXAS, May 15, A. D. 1852. Agents for the "Patriot." Cader A i. le , General Travelling Agent. "th2*WÍ25; \ J&er$on>Cass county- Jobn Allison, Mount Mourn. /A. L^Yawtee, Grand Bluffs. Chas. Graham, Clear Spring. Jóos Wttsos, Gertrude. James Earp, Pine Tree. D. F. Barcroft, Gilmer. Wh. McMillan, McMillan's. b. m. Smith, Elysian Fields. 1. W. Massix, Waiting's Ferry. . B. George, 1 O. Norton, > Qoilman. S. ) RE.Lott & wfills, Gum Spring. t. j. o.' Wortham, Palestine. A. Sterne , Nacogdoches. Jao. Ghat, Esq., Greenville. Dr. Smith, Postmaster, Tarrant. Edward Rogers, Esq., i pangerfield. J. D. Lilly, S I. M. Ball, Boston. W. D. Miller, Austin. É. H. Mártir, Paris. J. W. Wither, i Dr. Beck, S Dr. Wh. Raglasd, Shelbijville. Mount PleasaiU. Holland, & Sears, powell, 3. W. Allen, Walter Cars well, ■tí. w*r" ■ ■ Sour Lake. New Orleans. as Agenta. érs in general are requested to act «ANDIDÁTES. If Col. EDWARD CLARK, wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 15 May 1852

99 THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. ERTISEXEN TVS. If OTIC E Stat*, S. R. Per County, will act t any busi- URINGmy the Sheriff be [n50:4fc] W. C. LARY. jApril S4,1 INISmvnriN NOTICE. 5AS letters of administration were gran ted to the undersigned, on the estate of Susan r, deceased, by the County Court of Harri- y. in the State of Texas, pertaining to the estate of deceased persons at the March term there- of, A. D.T852. Now, therefore, all persons indebted to said estate i re hereby notified to come forward and make pay- and all those having claims against* the same it them, duly authenticated, within the time by faw; otherwise they will be forever THOS. C. CLARK; Adm'r. . jjkpril 34,1852.—6w-n50. JSBp-: —' i i———~~ 1MINISTR.ATION NOTICE. LRE AS.letters of administration, de bonis non, with the win annexed, were granted to the uqdarsigned, on the estate of Thomas B. Da- venport,deceased, by the County Court of Harrison eotfnty, in the State of Texas, pertaining to the es- tates of deceased p...

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