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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 14 July 1840

I- - 'T -7 iiflirflMiiji.if.ir ipi jifflj fiirijirr y jzt COlJlUDBlt. Published once a week at Five Dollars per annum payable in all cases in advance. Vol. IT. BRAZORIA (TEXAS) TUESDAY JULY 14 IS40. No. 22. " QW TTfi I IMA Z I BRAZOS COURIER. This paper is printed and published every Tnjxliy by It. L. Wkir at five dollars per annum in advance. Advertisements inserted at two dollars per square often lines. fortheiirt insertion and oni loiur tor each continuance Longer ones in proportion. No advertisement con- sidered less than a square; and should the number of insertions not be endorsed on the minu'cript they will be continued until otherwise directed and charged accordingly Qj- 'irculnrs Cards Obituary Eulogies announcing Candidate' or any publication advtncing private interest charged as ad- vertisement':. Yj Article of a personal nature willbe chirked double tlic usual price of adver- tisoments. A-toh Work Szc. to be paid for when the work is done. ftJ-Toxas money received at thi...

Publication Title: Brazos Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 14 July 1840

t-. L T.VKUnfca. I i. - . . I Last moments of Liaay iicsier citan- feope. The following account or the last moments of Lady Hester Stanhope aps pears in the Morning Post copied from Ii'Echo de l'Orient of the 15lh Februs ery. It furnishes a striking instance of the ruling passion strong in death: It was midnight. I was aroused from my Bleep by a loud knocking at mv door. On opening I found a gigantic negro with his bridle in his hand and large big icars and coursing each other down his ebouy cheeks. 4For God's sake come sir and save Lady Hester. Come quick -or you will be too late!' Within a few jninutes I was galloping on the road to Djouni; and on entering Lady Hester's Chamber I found her lying on her couch at the head of which sat her faithfnl ncgress weeping bitterly. 'Zaira' ex- claimed the lady 'let my big mare be saddled; let my guards be ready and tell the brave fellows that I will be rea dy to lead them on to Jerusalem.' Alas my lady these are not fitting thoughts for a de...

Publication Title: Brazos Courier
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 14 July 1840

. v J . gj"m I'UII-UMl.AlB' I 1 L JI-WIUM IlimiiiMI ffl-liMlJIJIUiWlUmLaWjLLR).!aMLl.jri jiitttt Federcl Captives Gen Aiusta ur ict dote of the 30th April at Saltillo is. eucs the following notice.- "His Excellency the President of Ihe Republic guided by those senti- merits of humanity which characterize his whole course being desirous that ihose persons who have been seduced from the path of duty by Don Antonio Canales and other leaders and who may have become convinced of their er- rors and also o! the importance of their rnusi; since the battle of Morelios has thought proper to offer once more a free fiardon to all those who with good faith shall avail themselves of the clc- n ency of the paternal government con. f lrnuugto the following conditions:lst. They must report themselves to the ci. v:l authority of tin department in which the- reside at least once a month. 2d. They shall not go 20 leagues beyond the limit of such department without having previously obtained the perniis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 14 July 1840

4 Sheriff Sales. . Jdniund Audrcws admr .f W M Cato deed vs District and JH Ansiin & J F Perry County Courts AMD y Hugh McGreal Two twelve vs mouths bonds. JI Austin & J F Perry j By virtue of two writs of Execution to d"ne directed by the.clerks of the District and Comity Courts of the county of Bra roria I shall offer for sale at the court bouse door in the town of Brazoria on the .Jrst Tuesday in August 1840 to the high--st bidder for cash without appraisemeul 13891 acres of Laud SITUATED AS FOLLOWS VIZ: 1st. 1714 Acres of Laud situated on Flores bayou bains the upper half of League No 6. less 500 acres to be taken IT the N. W. corner of Flores bayou. 2nd. The lower halfof the same leagne iin ni-iining.22l4acres of Land on 2ffIoios bayou. 3d. t nr .i per hall of leagueNo 5 on JFlores b.nou coiiianiug- -2.4 acres of TiJand. 4th. The upper halfof a league of land mi me iihi uuim in vjiiutui.uu utuu called Monti.eJier. 2214 acres. 3 1-2 miles ... . i. .. .:..i.. i i. ..r fi....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 28 July 1840

MAM . 11". ' : Published once a week at Five Dollars per annum payable in all eases in advance. Vol. IT? BRAZORIA (TEXAS) TUESDAY JULY 23 1840. No. 28 K m r BRAZOS COURIER This paper is printeil and published every Tnesilxy by R. L. Weir at five dollars pr annum in advance. Advertisements inserted at tWo dollars per quant often lines for the lint insertion and one dollar for each continuance Longer ones in proportion. No advertisement con sidered Jess than a square; and should the number of insertions not be endorsed on the minuscript they will be continued until otherwise directed and charged accordingly. tJ-Circnlars Cards Obituary Eulogies announcing Candidates or any publication ad vsneins; private interest charged as ad- vertisement';. --T-rticlesqf a personal nature will be chirccd double the usual price of adver- tisements. '-"T-lnh Work Jfcc. to be paid for when .he work i done fc7-Tex mnnpy received at this office at the unaldcount only. Vj-Lettcrsaddropd to the editor (pos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 28 July 1840

J SSr m "r TlMT AN AC1 Jathorising the President to have aur voyed a reserve of land forthe Cosh attee and Alabama Indians Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate end House of Representatives "of the Republic of Texas in Congress nssera- bled That the President be and he is lereby authorised and required at as wnjr Ki:muu iimwicsure 10 nave surveyed two leagues of land Including the village of the Cushattee Indians ai so two otner leagues of land including ihe Fenced m village of the Alabama tribe of Indians until otherwise provide tid for by law. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That the surveys of land made for the In- .dians aforesaid shall be made confor- .i . ..... . j jiiahle to the surveys next adjoining .. be made for the Indians aforesaid ' Irout ope and a half miles on the river ' or are square survej s the surveys to be Made for the Indians shall be made in like manner provided always I hat the improvements of said Indians shall he is near in the centre of the two leagues .viafc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 28 July 1840

i mafrM? -i . mM tpkt DJEDOn the iptfo jnst. at her re sidence jn fort Bencj couuty Mrs. Cole widow of the late Capt. Jere- miah Cple of Columbia On Saturday last William infant son I of Patrick McGreal of this place. i' In Gonzales no the 12th instant after an illness of twelve days Wrs Lucy W. Pilorim consort of Mr. Thomas S. Pilgrim. Probate Sale. Pursuant to a decree of the Honoiable Probate Court of the county of Brazoria 1 shall offer forsaleatthecourthousedoor in the to.vn of Brazoria on the 1st Tues- day in September 1640 the following property. 19-2U acres of Bounty land granted to S. W. Ycager by the War Department. Also one third of a league of laud be- ing the head-right of said Yeagor gran- ted by the Board of land commissioners lor Brazoria county. ALSO A certificate for one third of a league of land approved by the commissioners for Brazoria county belonging to Groige A right deceased. ALSO A certificate for one third oj a league of Inud approved hy the c.oimnissiouer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 28 July 1840

-. f. ii tiK. . gg Sheriff Sales. . Mpi jiHbW JJHmund Audrewa admr ' tof W M Cato deed i vs District and Jj Atuiiu & J F Perry Couuty Courts AND Hugh McGreal Two twelve vs mouths bonds. H Austiu & J P Perry j By virtue of two writs of Execution to xne directed by the clerks of the District and County Courts of the coupty o ura- fcoria I shall offer for sale at tho court house door in the town of Brazoria on the tirst Tuesday in August 1840 to the high- est bidder for cash without appraisement 13891 acres of Laud SITUATED AS FOLLOWS viz: 1st. 1714 Acres of Laud situated jon Vlores bayou bains; the upper Jialf of League No 0. less 500 acres to be taken jff the N. V. corner of Flores bayou. 2nd. The lower half of the same leagne JSo 6 containing; 2214 acres of Land on Flores baj'ou. 3d. The upper half of league No 5 on Flores bayou containing 22 1 4 acres of Juntl. 4th. The upper half of a league of land on the right hank of Chocolate bayou -called Montpelier 2214 acres S l-2ju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 4 August 1840

P&-T r "S" f. 1 &r'i' f & t'i- v ? j . k" MMAMfo ouni Tfc- W t t- " V Pullished once a week at Five Dollars per annum payable in all cases in advance. Vol. TI. in i BRAZORIA (TEXAS) TUESDAY AUGUST 4 1840. Nb. 25. ' - UtM Ittt.lHMKfSCJtKfWIiUhMljwMBVlff' iLKiW$;i I 15. BRAZOS COUREEfl This papnr imprinted and published everi Tosuiv oy -. '' teir in uvo aouar if annum in advance. Vlvertisiim-Jiits inserted at two dollars pe: square often line. forthefirst insertion auA ' one dollar"for each continuance Longe. ones n proportion no auvcriiscmeiit con sidercit less than ainimre; and should thi number of insertion" not bo endorsed on thi nnmicript they will be continued unti otherwise directed and charged aoeordinj;lj VfCircnlar' C:ird Obituary Eulosie? nnnnnncin:; Candidates or any puhlicntioi advTicincnrivate interest charged as ad- vertiscments. . ems .i.;i r 1 -... k Mii-J j vrtn'tu-ui m iierMimw ii-iuire win uu chirzed double the usual prioe of adver-. iUemcnts. -Vloh Wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 4 August 1840

"'f. 3LI T V'V ;. Cj t ' im K fr H A JOINT RESOLUTION For the survey and sale of the Austin town tract. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate ttid of House of Representatives of the Republic o( Texas in Congress assem- bled That it shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Treasury to cause to toe surveyed the remaining portion of the tract of land belonging to the go vernment and adjoining the city of Austia in lots varying from five to forty acres each and to cause to be laid out such rouds and alleys as may be deemed necessary upon a plan to bo approved by the President. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That the Secretary of the Treasury shall have three plats of said survey made -one of which shall be placed at the ca- pital one at the General Land Office .and one at the office of the Secretary of the Treasury and that he shall after giving one months notice in the public newspapers printed at the seat of go- vernment and immediate notice in all the other newspapers printed in the Re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 4 August 1840

mm Mina Gutiprez.Toledo Mac Gee Aurv Co. uemand and others well Known id those times though now almost (bigot ten. All that can be said on the subject of this essay may be briefly comprised inl this: no country should import what itl era produce; and Texas has so manvl Aeupniiqious ana respectable named which shxrway properly call her own J mai sne nasno need ot seeking thera in Mabxadokk. been directed to me at o.ne of the said Pomes; and as it did not designate which it has been roaming through them all- You did well to keep out of the Mount Idu speculation. Mount Ida i.s now flat. You got out of Babylon too just in time. Babylon has fallen nstnuishingl .since the Comanches took it and killed the resident. A lull is he fore Congress to change the nanflfo? me tiopuunc anu i presume u win pass. Itoth houses are unanimous in'wtsliiijIotlAr Ifljfdsarid aces to drop the name of Texas which thByw""r very justly assert is neither of Anglo American European Oriental of Clas. bical origin ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 4 August 1840

Rutersville College. TIC first session ol the Pieparatory and Female Dep.uiino.it3 of this Insjitu- linn. commence oti the 2l(li instanT under the snperuilendK.ice of RvvY C Richardson A. M. and Ladv;aii assistant is expected early in the. session. Teutii per sessinn of five months in c.p money or its equivalent in other money due in advance. 'hribtopherDarn District Court Vi t March Ttrm It 10. Imi(OL' Edwanl-9 J Decreeof said Court AND ii is further ordered anil decreed ii.il no execution shall issue upon thea- uvc Jurfameui of Dart vs. Edwards till II the debts outstanding :igai'i.st tin firm f Edwards and l in slial. he legally nd- Tisted and the dignity ol tiirir ( iniiii" sct- Primary cassC3 ; Advanced m in English o Ied by iliia coun ;ud all .Tutjgmeiua of. lined against tin pnt-ny ol said inrt wuti me Languages . erslnp or again t tithe; of the partiesInstruction on the Pianoforte iiercoy ui.iyeu mi ijic inriiicr oruer 01 Ul Urn win" & Puiutir- I ' vp&pr--; . v - Boa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 11 August 1840

r " i i iir-' .mi' A w' COUlUIBlt. 1 I U - II I I i Published once a week at Five Dollars per annum payable in all cases in advance. Vol. IT. BRAZORTA (TEXAS) TUESDAY AUGUST 11 1840. No. 26. BRAZOS COURIER This paper is printed and published every Tn.'v'.iy by Fi. I. U'kiu ut livcj dollars .r nullum in advance. V Ivrtise netits inserted it two dollars per fq'iire often lines fort lie first insertion and ono dollar for each continuance Longer o:i"i in proportion. Xo advcrtNement con. si lore I less than u square; und should the ii-i n'i"T ot iusortioniiot lie endorsed on the nrmu'cript they will he continued nnlil otherwise directed and charged accordingly. ""j-Circular' Cards Obituary Ktiliifies mnoiincinj; Candidate-. or any publication a U- inr.int; nrivate interest charged as ud- . ji.i- mull.-. I VVrticlesof a neronnl nature willhej enrrno louoie me usual price 01 ativer-ji-.etncnt. V-IS 'Vor'r. .fee to be paid for when he work is done. '"-'rTi'va mnnev rereived ut thi office at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 11 August 1840

Tt' gnted to Churchhill Fulchen. thence VUft the lower line uf said league to the Brazos river; thence across said river find up the samo nn its right hank to the mnugi of the sixteen mile creek thence with the boundaries as hereto fore described to the place ol bcin- Jiing. DAVID S. KAUFMAN Speaker of the House of ReprV DAVID G. BURNET President of the Scnato. Approved fnh February 1540. M IRA BEAU B. LAMAR. W. BBI&8JHBIIA Tuesday A ugqst 11 1840. AN ACT Appropriating five thousand dollars for the contingent expenses of both Hou- SUlirPilllKMAn I Sec. I. Be it enacted by the Senate jmd of House of Representatives of the Republic of Texas in Congress assem- bled. That the sum of five thousand ..dollars. or as much thereof ns may be necerssary be and the samo is hereby appropriated to defray the contingent expenses ol both houses of Congress. David s. Kaufman Speaker of the House of Repr's. DAVID G. BURNET President of the Senate. -Approved 27th Dec'r. I-949. MIKAIJ EU 15. LAMAR ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 11 August 1840

yV-pmata'ymiTtiiX! MAURIEI) On Cedar Lake on fcunday Inst by the Hon. Wm. P. Scott ij. Timothy Ciioisskb tp Miss Ki.izaiiutu Ckkx- SHAM'. COMMIIMI'ATKI). The ITon. Hi:nrv Smith will repeive tlie liberal support of his fellow citizens for the nct House of Representatives ol the Republic of Texas. Mam Voters. Ur Wo are requested to state that -' ' i . . ... uillmm j. ri;-sKi.iM .i. na yieidetl io incMiiiriiaiiiuiii ni numerous mentis. i.nu c..iL-iHeii i tueome a cantm.aie lor . I ii('iircM:iuitiiic tt inu nexi c cci on. 1 in-tium. LT f me nufhoned to announce i ivothv ru.i.sr.unv r.sn. as a candid- I :!; to represent this county in the next Congress of the Republic. T. R Erivin M. D. TENDERS his professional services to ihe public. Brazoria Ait"- ll 18 !0 2Gtf probate ioiice. THIS d iy Martin rim;ham Imvins; filed lir pctioii pnvti.i; for l.cttei of Adiuioistrn- iion on the estate oi" Thomas IV. Uiiisthara tl.M Notice ic therefore hereby civet with ci- tation to all pcr-mi- intcrc-te....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 11 August 1840

9 James J. Phelps AI D. AV1LL practice medicine in Texas. Orozimiio J uly 4 1840 22-4 MEDICAL NOTICE. Dr. WM. H. MAGEEwill practice Medicine aud Surgery in all ilieir various branches lie can Jie found at all times except professionally engaged) in his -wfiice at West Columbia. Columbia June lith 1840. J7 Gt Doctr. William A. Shepherd HAVING permanpntly located liim--elf in Velasco tenders his scrviccs-to the citizens of that city Quintana and tho adjacent country in the various branches of tiib profession viz.: Medicine Surgery and Ohstctricks. His oftice U in Custom JIousp street where he can always be iound except when elsewhere professiiou- allv engaged- Juue 2 1840 16 hw Dr. JOHN J. CORBIN HAS recently located himself at East Columbia and offers his professional cer- vices to the public. He will be fouiid at -the Hotel. Columbia May IHth 1840. 14 tf Algernon F Thompson ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW HOVSTOy TEXAS. April 26! 1340 lltf Frederick A. Sawyer ILL )ractise law in th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 1 September 1840

jaiA- &&' L- Hist jfeSjlfciMii i' fMTwMHi couiiiiBit. Published once a week at Five Dollars per annum payable in all cases in advancet Vol. TT. BRAZORTA (TEXAS) TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1840. iVj. 29. :h' pgBggHHBrT .. . . . . ' p. ' . ' ' a - -- - 'y-'- - - y I TTBHTVfc. i mm snrxzos . BRAZOS COURIER This paneris nrtnteil and pnhlisheil every Tticd-j hv II. 1j. Weir at live dollars per annum m advance. Advertisement; inscrtoil at two dollars per sqian often lines. for the first insertion and one 'lollar for each continuance Longer mcsin nrormrtiou. Vo advertisenicntcnri- sitlcreil lesi than -i square; and should the untnbt't of insertions not be endorsed on the manuscript they will he continued until otheririe directed and chanred accordingly. "T-Circnlars Cird Obituary Knlosie announcing C:iiic1ift:ite. or any publication advancing private interest charged as ad- TPrtiemente. r-5 Vrticlesnf a pergonal nature will he r!-r-eil ilonble the usual price of adver tisements fT-tnb Wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 1 September 1840

s-&agS B'ES SB! "w y b0aTiO3 and be holden ns follows:' commencing in the county of Bovar on fbearr.oni Monday in September and ipay continue in session until Friday ' liefbre the first Monday in October; in the county of Gonzales on the first Jlouday in October and may continue in session one week; in the county of Jackson on the second Monday in Oc- tober and may continue in session one week; in the county of Victoria on the thud Monday in October and may continue in session one week; in too county of Refugio on the fourth Mon- day in. October and mav continue in i session one week; in the county of Go-1 Jiad on the first Monday after the fourth -Monday in October and may continue in session one week; in the county of oan Patricio on the second Monday . iin.it... ".....i. Af...i.... : n...i.. .i 3nav coiiiinne in session until the busi- ness is closed. DAVID S. KAUFMAN JAVIU b. IvAUrMAM. ker of the House of Repr's .tt .r.. DAVID G. BURNET Speaker President of the Senate. -Appr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 1 September 1840

tmciiles liae been rPtiirned as geimcie to the general liitu! office; many i llieinare for labor and toruogctnntiuisa j'rom one-fonnh to one-third of a league. The commissioners design inakiii" n full report li congress. The expenses of the examination in western Texas amount to about six thousand dollars. Austin Sentinel. OBITUARY. Die.d nt Vplas"0. 17th ult. Jonv Sh.mji' Esu. Notarv Public and U. S. Consular Agent of that Port. Mr. Sharp emigrated to Texas in IS.):? and had ince been a resident of his ooiinU. Tie served with credit in ihe'Cnmpnign of lSSfi.and shared in the verilsnnd honors of tl'e metnorablo day f.f Fan Jacinto. On Jim year following le was a passenger on hoard tlieschoon. or Julius Ctesar when she was captur- ed by the Moicnn Mpindron.ind in con- sequence was taken toMataninnis where he was for some time tb prison com- paninn of the l;ite Hon. Win. FI. Whar- ton. The deceased was well known to 'he inhabitants- of this vicinitv mnnv of hom have witnes-"d the firm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 1 September 1840

am Tz R Efvvin M D. . Hjl. tt2N0KIS his prafcssiaaal gejrfQaato vnp paouc aaoria Ansr ll 184Q SOtf James iE. Phelps AI. D. tWILL practice medicine in Texas. KJrozimbo July 4 1840 22-4 MEDICAL NOTICE. Dr. WM. II. SIAGEE will practice Jfclediciue and Surgery in all their various branches. He can lie found at all limes except professionally engaged) ill his 5ce at Ve Columbia. Columbia June Dth ld40. 17 6t. Doctr. William A. Shepherd JHAVING permanently located liim- delf in Velasco tenders his services to the Citizens of that city Quiniuna. and the adjacent country in the various brauciies ol his prolessiou viz: aieiliriue surgery aud Ohstetrieks. Ilisoflice is in Custom House street where he can always be Joutul except when elsewhere professiou- allv engaged. June 2 1S40 16 hw Dr.JOUNJ. CORBIN HAS recently located himself at East Columbia and oilers his professional --ur- vit is to the public. He will be found al the Hotel Columliia. May 19th IS40. 14 tf Algernon P. Thompson ATTORNEY...

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