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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 January 1844

•w. V,. . W E CIVILIAN i BTi t '.m'STÍJlKT.', : 3MU4ÍI^-UL-.UJUÜ|IUIII. HtfJB -V— =~4 uw,i8ur;d eygtiy wednkstmv. a.Vo &.it I Ut|V (R TlliiUAV r annum liable vrhluij jx tjaoi.vtw úqvr the lime !"«—«lOut ih« end vf tho AUo., p'thiiW^d w; foi at $5 per annum* i>Nvatile in iidvimr/ >VtillTl8lNG—Oho siplárn', one' (tallar for Ilia first/nxsr subsequent iaaertion fil'MremM.' Eight liiioiyAnko a r«; *Ad> miiimingnu ¡iiaertijtf oiye * work @i GALVESTON, SATURDAY, J PIP mmpui,,,. Kof uqcrecy from the áct of 'navy p, „nu>«ni ' Alt leilor.s tin busiiio^ > <jf ilie •II notbo tpkon b'ni ol'Vlirí littttg loratdWHimui and lotl*4 P^sonal-r, and nnnouticc- <mu. of omiJidiiiosri.r officii, a/'""i^'dorod Hi)d chnrged qs nd ]riii«mi'iU9, 7, • ' " • . Marria* an.! oJ.«iii*r /,:ié« "! R^th cháfgtíd nú udrvrtiiff''-'1 '• ' il i i i "I j" r rquaro '0^1 i . ,m"sl M P" t pvid or olfioe, / Í I tn.cir'b ill,in iliroc lino* ¡tr iWJJDNES <# r, JANUARY 3.1844. j.o Ht-at, r „ ! iVUf ?o...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 January 1844

T7T y 1844. rom N. Orleanp city to Wednes, emigran c Joan Key a.nivetd from Antwerp on bringing one hundred and twenty nine B.-, >;; ; i".' m$<fí*:í t. {wW- '* mHtáY;'-. Bjm} ' -fíwm t verpriol cotton m >|nti.hy tlveUst account# li#eJy as bad bean iintie'ipfttt d. -The stock OOO'bÁlcs Aitfififtfetf, mr excess üfj tes Jóv«r't|ié ftmount on b.a,nil ¡* |£e .s^mej terrier says:—!'Tlie pi lee* being so.much Injver than in the Uuited States, it is probable we shall ifair export demand; ibis ftiid"ibe small com- ve impon up «o the end of ihe year'will cause our áloík to i' a pj'F'ix i mai e near to the corresponding Tbéie has been a- tolerably good demand during the last Meek, and the pi Ices of middling and inferior ¿¿•eriprioti of Amériéon have advanced 9 shade, while in the better qualities little or no change has taken place. The sales during the week have aver- aged about 7,000 bales per day, which, considering that this is thé dulest period of the Manchester mar- ket, U a; t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 January 1844

m ''Hi/- M of v'Jnanoue; as 1he It-ngrfi is diníiiilslicJ the hum- Her o.f vJ1>i a:ionts jll. l,o ¡t.et qu/u d, if "i.o hulf the >4>Pi will be twice as matjy Art the' a iB liirftf, iig ill tile whole stMna.-iP.one-tliird Lo fiirii t,tho vibiaijtjis BtiAJ.lVjlcfeeiraes .as rapid, &«•; T e division may he. cat lied or to any extent r*J the nútn'üer of* vibrations '¡.n a jjive'ij time will \ary in ii|Hf piopofiiou'to the'lotgihostile striugs, ; - —s— . Drjh tion of Dw.kedncta.— Drunk, a ffrnm drink.] Ovf.r th bay, Hall feas rt.Ver, hot, high, coined, cut, "oocHeJ, a|í-c(ipk,^, ahaved, disguisei).jammed, sleer ■ ry. <1®'? ged, tired, siiulfy, whipped,' just $o, breezy, tm<>ky, n|)~heav)\ í'uíldled, gtog^y, smashed, tipsy, I . ®w 1py« nveij,. tin'i.k, sailed down, how fare you, uti the lee, rch, all SaiI<* se , three sheets in the <viu(l, ut r way, S|ireeing, buttered, blowing, boozy, lived,' tubbed, l>iiiised., sciewíjd, tjlewed, Soaked, •le, 8timiiUle¿j&g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 6 January 1844

,L Y {Nip. ■ MWAl. ¿pVMM, « ih<r*tronsoftk* Civilian and Qahttto Gazt I trm. nor All'/inf en-hl* w /, - - - * > ImiIi 'gone through) Iba told, lo d«f i «III .' tettu lú* bosom woOld lake fir , iBitWÉ fwi'rüú , M ki< |l: lubortr ducrvc• Ala ttir . AojKharWfW Wi #> ¡a o'er w thrown. And fladdao'd hearts ihrob welcome to its ray, ... A r ir hang* on the * rga of thing* nnknowij To all aave heav'n,—afyear ia av^pt away T# mind* with the thousands paaij , And eold forgetful ness, with Aon plums And ihadowy wing,doth w M« <h«! vast Dim realm of fedfed thingaVof night and glooin. S.e where the dim and-diefnt ahadow «tray, Ó'ar y on far prairie, wilt Us herbage dight, WN dallying brecseawUh the long grass piar. And, wandering, wa<ton with the «hade and light¡ , The wild deer bound' amid the faded A iw'r* With atep ao liglir'that «caree a trace remain*, Sara by the banlta 'f rill*, thai autumn sbota'r* l| re fedaiuonf llio«e vast and level plains. *TI « Seating eba«frw on t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 January 1844

íflTi! Hjjíu in 'VK t ■ wfriT'w7 IE CIVILIAN Al «Al.VKSTIlf SATURDAY, JAN ■_ ■ "J '■ i ■!■. grj;-' Editorial Life.—The V Br H. STl'áRT. PÜBtlSHED tiVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. ^tf? personam, payable wiihin six montjt after the time of íibscnbing—or $10 at the end <Jf l(.0 year. Also, pMbfehed weekly, frr tltecoittitry, at $5 per annum payable In advannB. AI>Vt;H'l'lSING—One square, one dollar for the first inser- tions each subcequpnt insertion fifty cenip. Eifjht linea make a .square. Ad\e(Usen)$uts inserted one? a week $1 per square for each insertion. ' ,'r' ♦ s ICP All letters on tiiipitiesa of tlie office must be post paid or ; tliey will not be taken mil of the poaU'tMce. ; CARDS of steamboat and pther passenger, and announce- ments, of candidates fcr olliee, are considered and changad as ad. vefflflnmnts.' ' ■" ' lET Marriagb and obituary notices of more than three line* in eng th charged as advertismentt. r WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10,1844. ► -i, *• i • • ' ' i . • : . • • ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 January 1844

— -— ¿id* BET' . '■!*& * ....■■ w. W' 3B IWPWii :./T S5wl& « «119 MM **** (fflfUHW* 858*11 ..1 y IS*; r, f/>': n*1 ' 1 * w RDAY, JANUARY 13. 1844. ia six feet water, raised. a auag in coming ng last, and autik It la believed thai she will be The Vindicator of the 6th inst; aays that the Sen- ate baa declared the teat contended for in that body between Meaara. Grimes and Williamson vacant, and tbat it ia undetermined whether Mr. Hunter or Mr. 'Powers ia entitled to the seat claimed by both of tbeae gentlemen. p H ■ i. i i i i Our accounts from the seat of Government are up to Sunday last, though we have no detailed repot of the proceedings-of Congress for a week previously. It is to be interred, however, that nothing important has transpired, as the papers of the 6ih are silent in regard to what haa been done since the last uccounts. Up to the lime covered by the leports, bills were pending in a atate of greater or lesa advancement lo regulate the tonnage of steam packets;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 January 1844

1 K'LtM ^Ut one thai as incompati- ■It i« inturiC ar,ct*r of « grave deliberative body ■it-18 liiur,OUB He chief magiatrate. conv'®l'"n tested «pon (Le minds of the St . o voted for the preamble and resolution, facts presented did in truth exist, there Rll a * m m * en a manifest excuse for the proceed- pivi «1 ' HHp lilt ^iHad Sena: Ibatth would . 2 i i. cavuoo JfcSluú af Pjea ed to aay, "if any such ex- ffl. ,U. j 'ea^have been "courteous" to the Executive, and respectful to their own character, as Sftnatori to have informed themselves (which could have be ., done without trouble) whether the facts would have justified such n course. Had any Sena- l«r Tri Pr"Perl0.ma,te '>« inquiry, it would have afforded the Executive, or the Sacretary of State, pleasurelto have assured him that no such apprehen- sions need be entertained, and that no such negocia- tijfis were going on, nor were such in contemplation, • as rumoi had spread abroad to the "great excitement" of a few noisy and ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 13 January 1844

TT- «M +90 t9mr m if ""■"■""""V*¿TÍinria rm ^pinniM/ST""""™1* I,llB «urfaoe of tli« other. Noria tills collision confined OF «¿Sffl to any particular spot; it ia going on a. far a. the J l°X caM .each, and when, from this convulsive ít «pÍaMerooat f'eqiUHiUy ia teaching graiWftJj,Cene bel,^, tbo eye ia tujned to the extraordinary . Ltfi. appearance hi the aky above, where the unnatural iTearto thJdKk poetry of Miltíí, and ThompauJ c,88rne,Bof ? ?a,m and ailvery atinoaphere pre.et.ts Nov 8"- CAPITOL, Houston.^-Fart Reduced. 118* Airy and Commodiohs House is now open for option of PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT IDERS, under the Superintendence of A ANGKLL* 8 L ALLEN, Old Capital. rv branch of education.*' w tiat ism the book is rc citéd, but not underatood; the memory ia often cruw ded, with facta, that lie like foreign su balancea in the mind, imparting no vigor to it faculties, because not assimilating with the knowledge already ac- quired. To break up this slavish dependence upon the book...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 January 1844

iwm I in II',} I STUART. of Jlp®S£^y «pcktv f< itiebimnirv ni nir. ^ ar* Also, published A1ÜVB tTr- ' V,l„rt, e eb ¡¡ftftWfifty cents. Eight linos'nlike .'"../.i, 5 uurti..M n'S niacricd once a week $ I nor sn un post paid or for ¿íit'h ftertiunT " """ «« ""B# a wcck • > >or «I * ^ AJ¡ f"tr' ""'"'«i ™ oril,8 ufllce mwstfce Will otb^ftknn ma ol thn fosi office. CARÜ of «Ummboat nail other pasHumor «.,h menu, oí uhJidiitenTur oltice, tire oonsjdeiod* ' ' nnn,M'nc(!- vertifnneif tcr M«j ehg'tli chq X and cliurgcd a* ad. >■ DAY,^^1^5^11^1771844. By our quotation , in another column, it will be seen that a ,light decline ha taken.place in cotton at New Orleans, though this result baa not been product by apy unfavorable news from Europe, but tenuis#) simply from the fact that prices had oÍK- vancedfoa scale not justified by ,be European mar- ket, and, as a necessary consequence,''receded • to the prope^el, when people had had time to take a clear iVtyt ^matters, Although the s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 January 1844

RY 20. 1844. \ r ■■:sar ^ 5f'A« Sscrtt Act.— The injunction of secrecy having been removed by the pieaent Congress from the fam- ous act of the last, for the disposition of the Navy, yre give lha same below. It bears ample evidence •upon its fuce of the hasty and careless manner in which the subject was treated by Congress. In our next we shall give the communications from the Ex- ecutive to Congress which preceded this enactment, When our readers will be able to jurdge where the blame for the measure should rest, and what amoant of censure indue. These communication; contain no fcttack upon Commodore Moore. The Exective fur-, jiishod Congress with the estimates of the expense necessary to keep the Navy afloat for one year, a mounting to $600,000 20; and expressed his opinion that contingencies and necessary repairs would swell the amount to $300,000. He- then left it tú "the Hon. Congress tp determine whether Texaá ia in a situation to accomplish the object of keeping our Na- vy lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 January 1844

^¡Éjá H éWmm mm cui'iouji iu nil audi devices) they Uvo something.; like a taufptti-alley with tliit difference, that ilie pj«8 are keocked down by the spinning of a top.ru- stead of r<H\pg a ball among them. The great gam- bling boos or "hells" of Paris, in which such fright- ful mbbe ies were formerly perpetrated, have ,all bpfn suppressed. The Re*olution of 1830, among other goo< things, put an end'to licensed gambling | J Q lJ 5C S L 11 I ill ÍÍ >• fl AitkÁ 1.^ . — .. I- _ ? .. i*L hh play is as injuiiouslj ■ - ■■ihigynm?m , .... a COTTON MARKET. New OuttM Sstvuuav, Jan. COTTON—UVKKPOOL CLASlflC AVION. fabric > Ordinary, ■'tl S \ 5 II ■ II 10, 1844. .aril Lulleiioa. But I lie French passion lor strong as ever, though now indulged less 10 tlieinselyes and oi tiers. Em tliq E«#t ,coa« visited wit/i it Septembe Itagusaan I ing the mi Middling, : I\1 idcHiug Fair, I'nir, . : (¿yod Fwr, Good uud Fino. a — 8 r p: 9 H 94 u 10 ■ 104 11 al NEW OttLEAN WONKY MARKET. tiitw Olfu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 20 January 1844

'i? CARDS- ttUIIUfl). Execution hy thd'Gitilhtt/ie.—Tbe Paris correspon- dent of the National liítelligeíicer thus describes thb ! execution, 111 (but capital on the 1st juslatit criminal by tbe guillotine: "Yeitenlay morning we 'saw what ía now rare in Paria—a jfiiblic execution. The guillotine is the only mode. A man named Salmon, between thirty I forty year of age, was convicted, on the 30th boi, of having butchered, in'tbe wood of __ mue, a poor fellow, to got possession of o passport anil ceitincite of character. He was pre- pared for death by a priest, and i ho wed courage until he rfca^hed the foot of the acafFild, when he ■eemed to decline-inti) stupor, und was with difficulty piiabed up the few steps of the scaffold. This was gd on tlii Place or square St. Jacquefl, near the >me. The execution took place It Lhis early hour the email square ereo BOtfid dtW -, , at eight o el J, H. 1LLIES. Direct Importe* ofDry Good and other suitable goods GALVESTON. _ — O. LYNCH* Auctior...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 January 1844

CIVILIAN m r^>: AW* GALVESTON, SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1844. ~ ■ i, ,. „L_, " in "i 'i -•—¡J-tJ—r4-i!-1 -!J—Uj'.ll MM- t • «MNHll "baorfbii wfeeklv, . -aov '•*11, each iorl^ir-L "E 'A li r office must be post paid or t iM^y'wHtl'e-liik'éAtujjivjvi'ilift jjosi®iliée. *'.',. CÍAItüítíOíTjbnít-Jtndi:«tfc«r pnweii^r, umj unnounce- d^eafor o^c§, ure COHMdurud and chtug«d a® ud. three lines In IÍV.SB* WEDNESDAY AJS'D SATURDAY, úw j>ay«blo withi'ii six moutlis after the tinio iff $10 at the énd cf the ytor, ' Also, published milulry, at $6 per annum pn.vahle in udvaticf. NG—One squaw, una dollar for the iirst.insert onkjinvrtfiju tjfty cofl^. I'igbt linen,make b (l^^eijffJiippqrtetl.V.nce.a weuk $1 per square ve>tisn)(!ll. i Ó" Alai flnfl bbililnry ribitccs o I more than ehVth:Hiiás ftdvériistoecu: WINESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1844. * Jufigclk haa decided against holding an extra term of 1) i strict Court fur. Harris county in ac- cordancoitb the lavr recently adopted for that puipoeeju accou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 January 1844

■ ;:Í1¡1 V J m LTURDAY, JANUARY 27, 184f * r- / The steamer Vesta boj arrived at the moulh of the Trinity river with a full cargo of cotton, and «will propably le down in a Jay or two. We undeisiand ome six hundred bales were lefl upon the banks of the liver awaiting transportation to tlii# city. The Ellen Franklap^ is still up the river, but wo p>e~ turne will relurp >? a short time. '■ We would again ask t> of oui friends ill E.,..rn T.XM^ L, ■ nny moment 4M The gold and süv^kei ^ J £ ^ lho.reof.otoof them imported directly pbeap go*V,nd offerred as low u, „>ey can be had from Part of the States, . 5*he U. £>. Cutter- Woodbury has been stationed for her winter crudes between Shiji Island and the jabino tiver. All the cu^'ars of ihe U. States have Veen provided with additional supplies and necessa- ries foi the relief of wiacked véasela, tlieir crews, ond passengeis, upd diiected to be pailiculutly vigi- lant in seeking opt and succoring such as may nepd fstisUnce, C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 January 1844

Wt I U South Am<ilca, together with admirable engrt vings and dettij im on the subject, was a book so c si- f)y aa not to bo tviihin tlio retch of ordinary means— %vo allude tu , ord Kingebiti'iitu^li'a Tiuvcla. 'j'hia stupendous wo k is said 10 have I>buii pioduced at tho eiioriroua cost •> tliu author of >430.900, or $150,000. It is comprised! ill seven immense folio volumes, em- bellished by ab>ut one thousand superb illustrations, colored so exquisitely as to lepiesent the originals with the roost faithful exactnesss. These volumes art of such a(inordinary dimensions aa fo be al- ways importable. Thif unprecedented instance of ipuniiicenaetn the fíatrooago of literature, is moie aa- i«>nisb¡n¿, from the lamentable fact of its having prov- «I ibe ultimate i win of the projector. Not only did this enthusiastic Qobleittau Undertake to defray the entire expen.ii attending tho publication/ in every il«m of whfceh, 89 might be expected, he had to meet the most exorbi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 27 January 1844

■ ' s-ái 8y£¿u.^«r m* ■ ■ i ■ ¿r" :? Europe, «re herewith the examination of lha Hon. Congress. Bled that aflor they shall have been read, an lay bo joado jfW iJijsir, return to the Depart- ment of State. It is also tequesied, that this mes- sage, with 'all the accompanying documents be tran- smitted with the injunctions of eecrejy to the Hon. tbe Senate for ibeir perusal. SAM. HOUSTON. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATiVES. January 4th 1?43. A message was received from the Senate transmit- ting a message of tl)e President maiked secret, also informing theHouse that tine Senate h&ve passed a bill to providé for the sale of tbo Navy of Texas, passed in secret session. - The mossdge, on Motion, was taken up, and read to win 1 Wa hi «tub. January 3d, 1644. To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representativa . The Executive; in conformity to what lie consider* to bo bis duty,at the very firat Moment of leiiuro; will. Iieolih sufficient for the purpose, transmit* yticb inforiiintioñ touching ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 3 February 1844

;■ './-''i' BY B(. STUART. ===== GALVESTO: i iftO'l jjíli ' ■ ' =i= rfeWiisli FUULlSHKD EVER* WBDgKSOAV AND SATURDAY' At $3 per annum psjrable witlnii ix months after ibe liiue of uhisrribing—or SlOat the end of (he year, AI*o, published u.n n I. I.. .1 .... _ Sr. ..... .1. I.. J. wceklv, I'm the Country, aVf5 per annum payable in udvaiic:. AOVKRTIdlNG—One square, ono dbllar for the first ¡nser« ion, each snb^qnent insertion fifty cento. Eight 1iii.ee) make a d.once a week square, mm'~ they will not be tuk^n out of th« post office. CAttUá ofafna'iiboat and other paxaenger Adiertiioineutsjiiiiiorled.once a week $1 per square reach iuseriiun. HJVAll letters on business of the office must be post paid or K- '; . | iw and nnnnunee- ineiils, of candidates fur office, «re considered and charged a* ad. Vertiinients. El* Marriage and obituary notices oí moro than three.hnes ill ength charged aBladv«rtiianeiit*. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1844. • x> tod thai lie (Geu. T.) would be at Ve the 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 3 February 1844

'■¿KiaflWBBBgS O í^-- v Ti •: y. * 'Jtw if¥¡*T ■MMMral - From iheSeat Of Government our intelligence is up to the 28ih ult. The Tariff, since it pantd the House of Repre- aentativea, has undergone various modifications in the Souate, the. principal of which is the adoption of "a sweeping ad valorem duty of 15 per cent.'' The bill is said to have been so altered since its passage in the House that fits friends would not know iu" We opine that thu Tariff will remain uncharged. A bill was before the House on the 25ih.ult. "to reorganize the several Judicial pislricta." Galves- ton, Harris, Fort Bend, and Brazoria, according to this Bill, are to conptiiute the fiist District.; Tho House has passed a resolution to adjourn 011 the 6th, which had not been acted on in the Sen- ate at the lust accounts, though we should have thought such a measure more likely to find favor in that body than in the lower House ^The. President, has addressed a communication to Congress, in which lie recommends...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 3 February 1844

'■V . m A ¿Si 'J. .-■¿J \ COTTON MARKET. N*w (>nLS*na Hathiday. Jan. 24,1P44 Cotton.—T|io dale* reported oil Saturday last weru to the ex- tent ol'&KJO. bale*, at full previous rulen. On Monday i|,e mar- to. -flayed dull, wu|i some doairo on ilia purfof holers to re- lieve their «took4, and th\*«ío of the day were reported at 4 500 bales, jucMiag a lj*t of Mobile an f SJi ., 0r good middling q lality, abo.H 9Jc. pir lb. Yn. t«rilay, the «ale in onr extent 3.- OJO bales, milling :i total of 10 500 líales silica our last report. Our qiMtations r. in iitrlhi same, but we remark that the incide line is uéarest the valua of the the Cotton sold yesterday. cottok—uvükpooi. clasificatioh. Inforiui, 7J . Ordinary, ; : t : ¡ — Middling, : > : i : frj Middling Fair, : s : s — l-'air, i j j : 10 Good Fair, : : : v : 10¿ Good and Fine, : : 14 NEW ORLEANS MONEY MARKET^ Nkw Okleahs, Jan. 20, 1844 a 7J * 9J a ti — a II a 13 Dollar* and . half dollar* Diuiua and half dimes, American gold, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 3 February 1844

•. •;.'«r aPsrt'^ - 1PSJS m imd «w. life, em allowance and* vote of the Senate l<> To the Nan. the Huutt of Representative : A bill requiring tlio oxeruiive and the Heads of Depi;tiB«ute to rufuro lo llie «eat of government," ha been aubmitted to the President, and in retur- jt approval, it becomes bis duty sons thref:>r. lur .relations with Mexico aud the froti- are at tbis moment oi! a peaceful cliatac- theyhave not assumed such stability as to give'certainty to our future eulculuiioiiB. We.know uot how long they will continue as they now aro. The existing armistice may he broken off'. We should therefore be prepared for its interruption as well as its continuance. Id the «vq^t pf a renewal fef hos- tilities with Mexico, our armfcand munitions of war deposited at Austin would from its detached and de- fenceless position on the frontier, be liable at any time to be captured by a batiallion or company of the enemy's cavalry, and oar public stores carried nway or destroyed b...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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