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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 9 March 1841

PifltEt .V ' i Rsa-W-aPPt . . J" -Lr. - t- J-i "-".tv - - " &. Jfirnfc i .a - ' '- 3- - - 'J lja c "a. - -- " r tr " ' t "t-- --(..- it ""e -qr' r r- '-' V-"2j? t - Jr HS -" ys- -onjrrBaeT. j-xirMv " ' H.0YCATE - - I- K .-" x i -- .... . m j-J M TCa -llf V - - """" " - jMaMntoMftZ : tj"r y'SBBSggBasgaSBgBSSg M r-Tli-T i iSA-i i ' . . y - - . HR tlliv ... r - -'v : m Ml. - . -....-----. .- i : - i -' r4 1 J i ' y tS srs --f.i II 'C GL AT a meeiiug oi the Directors of the Brazos and Galveston Rail Rnad Company it was flesfilrcd. That the inalinils remaining to be paid on thesharcs cf stock of said company shall be payable -aslollows: On the 1st October 1840 " 1st January 1841 " 1st April" " - " 1 t July " " 1st October " " 1st January 1812 " 1st April ' " 1st July " - " 1st October. " Five per cent Five per cent. Five per cent Tivc per cent Ten per cent. Ten per cen . Ten per cent. Ten per cent Ten ncr cent. lMjannanlB43 Ten per cenCi liitolred. That the aforesaid instalments shal...

Publication Title: San Luis Advocate
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 9 March 1841

-"' xto.6i '-tit ii'xrVff - r.. ? J B-l 1 -s. K m L? . - Yt 3 V 1 at- Jii For the San Luis Advocate. TO MATHIL.DE. I know not w ho ihou art But this I know. That deep within thy heart The vesta glow Of poesy divine Hath found a fane AnH thine sweet Poetess'the strain And thine the ihonght . To which we turn again Ever as years still roll A M.tca of the soul ! B. Feb. SO 1M1. I For Uic San Luis SKETCHES OF TEXAS. A?rj Ur rnOM THE JOCRNAL Or A TOCRIBT. "0 l'" " " . NO. X. '' l 't' ' Oct. 23. We are now nt Texana a smatl village beautifully situated on the Navidad which we hare not yet seen. It is said to have no obstructions to navigation.at this place about 22 miles from the biy being supplied by tide water about two to four miles above here ; farther up becomes a small stream. La Baca has about the .same distance of the same kind of navigation. The timber on these streams is said to aver- ae about 3-1 miles deep the prairies very ex- : tensive causing a great scarcity of timber The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 9 March 1841

iTr- - . -s V . ' i fr""" . w li iBMMBSHnMI good jprqposed lo be.a6ne6f from the evil to -be voided ;from1he whole history .of the legis- lation upon.similar subjects and from other 'tKi unorca nature laminar to every mind iJwt has made the interpretation of laws a subjfcf jtKij.But if no clue to the inten- tion of tllawjiilSef is to be found any where else but in be clause to be determined then the ' " words of the la w are to be taken in the ordinary acceptation. If the words are so plain and their meaning so obvious asnot to "admit or serious or rational dcubt though they may militate against a previously expressed inten tion of the law-maker the plain and obvious meaning of the Utter is not to be disregarded under the pretence of deciding according to the spirit of the law. And for this very sufficient reason that the intention may have been chang- ed. Further: laws made upon the same or similar subjects (in pari materia) are to be construed in reference to each : and so constru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 9 March 1841

-s's55 fcliTSHwl " 'rf. ss (j-w.... ...- .. -.. :-" . .-r .---t.-.rjt-yrwo"i- -vT?rTr5flM. 3.7Vfiif'i.-iS5f'jc' --.e "V" " P SK&K-a -awe 3. s ?V J 5- r V -V V h RTEP 1 If. saiTc mar ha i con K r U ? ADVERTISEMEKTS. MATA.GORDA ACADE3IT: FIHS Rev. C. S. tm ancL dt '"-onld respectfa.v A. inform ibe eitizecs of this p. sec and its vicinity aat they are now prepared to receive pupils of both sex- f into their institution and to instruct them in all the branches of a substantial and finished education. Prom the delightful location and health of Matagorda from the comforts and convenience of a well built own; from a strong desire of the people to establish Mid maintain a high tone of moral feeling in the communi- ty; from the laudable observance of the Lord's day and regular attendance of the citizens on Divine Service which is now held uninterruptedly on every Sunday: and from their being a regular Sunday School in town this cannot bat be a very desirable place for an institu- tion fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 16 March 1841

rt?v" tyi.-5 -. ' '-ttwHj to fa -yy3-t -Jt -. SM LHS 1DTOC1TE. VOL. I. SAN LUIS TUESDAY MARCH 61 1841. NO. 24. i 0 7 I I Bt For the San Lttfe Advocate. MeSBS TRIFLE C C P. P. autre y. Next morning at daylight tre were all aroatcd by the cry of ''land ahead1' we start- ed at the joyful sound but alas! no land could we see at least I could not although some said tbey could see it distinctly. I was looking close along the horizon when Mr.- Ogleby asked me where I was looking for land? why along the horizon to be-sure! oh you booby look up there! pointing with his hand where I thought k would be more likely to find the -saaatmeredian; bat sure enough there was aomethiag like land or a dark cloud but I could not beliere it for some time. I had become so accustomed to the low land on our coast that I thought all other coasts were the same. But Mnagrn3uilly ramr- nrareroa thesun came oat brightly distinct outlines of moantains could be xyrceired but as yet it was one dark mass no ravines c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 16 March 1841

If u I " 'ADVERTISEMENTS. 3IATLGORDA ACADEMY. rilHE Her. C. S. txs ardL apt would respectfay JL inform the citizens of this pace and its vicinity hat their are now prepared 10 receive pupils ofboth sex- es into their institution and to instruct them in all the branches of a Mibstamial and finished education. From the delightful location and health of Matagorda from the comforts and convenience of a well built own; from a strong desire of the people to establish tnd maintain a high tone of moral feeling in the communi- ty; from the laudable observance of the Lord's day and regular attendance of the citizen"! on Divine Service which is now held uninterruptedly on every Sunday; and from their being a regular Sunday School in town this cannot but be a very desirable place for an institu- tion for the education of the yonng. Mr. Ives is a graduate of one of the first colleges in .he United States; and Mrs. Ives was educated in the best schools for young ladies in New England; besides whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 23 March 1841

- SAN" LIIIIS IffoCATE. yol. i. SAN LUIS ADVOCATE. rMMTED AKD rCEUSIIED ETCRT FftlDiT BY S. J. DURSETT O Tlic Corner of Market and Liberty Streets. TERMS tSvBscniiTio.v Five Dollars a Tear paya- ble in advance or Seven Dollars at the expiration of the fear. Xo paper will be discontinued (except at ibe discretion of the Editor.) until all arrearages have teen paid. Aovertislmevts will be inserted at the rate of SI 00 per square for the first insertion and 50 cents for each wick thtrcaftcr ten lines or less constituting a square. The number of insertions required must be tnarkedon the margin of the manuscript or ihcy will be inseitedtill forbid and charged accordinslv. Advertisements from a distance must be accompanied with thecisa.or jtd reference in own. Announcing candidates for any office willbe 310 00 in advance. SAN LUIS TUESDAY UWwTTTs A . &0 25. WEST PASS GALVESTONAND SA I.lTlsi w.nw The rates of ferriage hereafter will be as follows IKON SIN IAIS TO rEXI.NICI.l. i man . "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 23 March 1841

- 1 't tsse other those lhat were used for storage and oili- er convenient purposes. Between tlic pavilion and the fort was art extensive garden in which could be found indigenous end exotic vines and flowers besides tropical fruits and many rare and beautiful bhrubs and plants; while the wild flowers of the treeless island sprung up from the smooth'grass lawns which lay in all directions as far as the vision could extend. It was a bright and beautiful day in the sea- son of flowers that the roar of a cannon went echoing o'er the plains and across the tranquil surface of-the deep to proclaim that the master of the Island was approaching; and then with streamers andpenants flying from every mast his nimble little craft came sweeping around the eastern point of liis dominion; and anchor- ed in the midst of a cluster of vessels of various classes which lay at their moorings near its northern shore. In an instant a beat was in attendance' which bore the commander and his ' fair companio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 23 March 1841

Pfc ! Is this all we ask that is necessary ? Arc there no other safe guards and restrictions proper to be thrown around this provision ? Or f.re we contented with it thus ? "We believe not. We believe that not ten men in the whole country would be satisfied wit a president elected only by a plurality of the votes given. And yet not only may this be the case but in all probability irii7 be at ever- election where there are more than two candidates in the field. But let us first quote the words of the Constitution : Sec. 2. The first President elected by the people shall hold bis office for the term of two years and shall be ineligible dining the next succeeding term; and all Mibequcnt Prcsi-: dents shall be elected for three vcars and bej alike inelitiible. and in the event of a tie the House of Representatives thall determine be- tween the two highest candidates by a viva voce vote. Att 3 Con Here then is pointed out the method of de- termining the election when the people fail to m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 23 March 1841

fissss3 i JVEltT:SMErrrS. 5:a"taT:OHDA AC-Vl!2iHV. f S tli2 lit . G. 3. vis AT.il. apt would respect:";- y jl inform the cilirei-s. of this p 3ce and its vicinity lu they are now prepared to receive pupils ofboili sex- r .nio their ins'l'Wion and lo instruct them in nil the . branches of a substantial and finished education. From the delightful loealion and health f Matagorda from ihc comforts and convenience of a well built out.; from n strong desire of (he pooplc 10 establish ;.nd maintain a lah tone of mo-al feeling in tin- commnm- tv from t!ie to-idal-le ohsenmnre cf the Lord's day and j tlja..-Jaii"(" ol the citizen; on Divine Service vncl now held uninterruptedly on erery Sunday; ... rtiniiJKMrojina rosular Sunday school ' town. tion Mr. Ives is ji frri.lnnTc nf one nf f ne firs: ci-llc'res in he United States: and Mrs Ives iras rilncnlcd in the best schools ii-rvn-iilidio inXu- England: besides sd cnga- firvt litera ry institutions inthe United States For their qualifica tion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 13 April 1841

hr S7SO V csr s 7) &ih' SA-I LIIS ADVOCATE. VOL. I. SAN LUIS TUESDAY UPRIL 13 184J. NO. 27. I TIJTT" T SAN LUIS ADVOCATE. TKINTED AND I-LEU3IIFD EEKT lltlDlY BY S. J. DURSETT On The Corner of Market and Libert Street. Tr.nMS! Sirnscnimov. Tire Dollars a car. paya ble in advance or Seven Dollars at the expiration of the i ear. No paper will be discontinued (except at the discretion of the Editor) until all arrearages hac been paid. Advertisements -n ill be inserted at the rate of ?1 00 per square for the first insertion and 50 cents for each week thereafter ten lines or lcs constituting a square. The number of insertions required must be marked on the margin of the manuscript or ihcy ill be inserted till forbid and charged accordingly. Advertisements from a distance must be accompanied " with the cash or s;ood reference in tow n Announcing candidates for any oflice villbcSlOOO in advance. Yearly Advertising. For fortr lines or leS renew able at pleasure SGO No f routraet taken fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 13 April 1841

"P- - J.r ."l' r p3VS-Sv4 " r '-. -. Rl- r-?4. which sdiall be opposed or in violation of the gleanings FROM V. STATES p.rEBS constitution and laws of this republic. j A bill has been reported in the PennS lvania Sec. 13. Be it further enacted Tint no In- State Legislature authc rising jgnew county to dian war in which this government now is or he wiled " Penn'' to be made out of parts of may hereafter be involved shal be taken or Philadelphia and Bucks held as an excuse for the non pciformance The State debt of Maryland ;s 15000000 "" j r ' 2r " ;" " -. -. ...v .-w a...fUuv.u UIIU IVIJUI1LU but should th Tar fryn -rrr--m. . ) BO'S inAd fit. 1 t II tur an ui IO" it tt aaau : v "-ij ajrv I e n-n.-ati r 1.1 a T" -iaai or Ass siraH i . id - ' . Btetlt WwS . " 'ftW ;- i-i r-"1 TOTwris "- ' Jr. ' -f- - f l TiSTIMOKliJ. - BS3Sqj.c aeuai8d wih jfcst r lv ! n ..nu n rm.-!.im. . 43 i?.3A lbe.312 if lurifdtil t'o-npi unit- ib -.-"- --" ."' 7- .- - ".. .. . . -v rikci lte-i' ;n I bai fuU w.-iU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 13 April 1841

"""v. i' I . . ' fv'-3V J X "A 3 - V jte- 'if ;" I' L. 7 hi - who commands the Zavalla is one of the most indefatigable officers he has ever seen and adorns by his qualifications gallantry and judgment the station he occupies. The Zavalla arrived in port with not more than three barrels of coal remaining ; an hour or two longer at sea and she would have been without steam. She is in fine condition par ticularly her engines but her boilers are rep- resented as being nearly burnt out and liable to explosion. Morning Herald. Debts or the United States. The joint debts of all the States have been ascertained to amout to the enormous sum of 200.000000 with an annual interest of over 9 millions. Settle vv. By the "statute of limitation'1 passed by the late congress all debts or de- mands found upon open accounts (except be- tween merchant and merchant) and all Jc- mands arising from injuries done-tcr property real or personal are made null and vcid unless suit be commenced upon them withi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 13 April 1841

'"-.i-i""-.-. A ; -y w vt j. -""'" J HW'J-'is lWjii ill l l.nL . .i -i- H&" s itr -. -- l-'ifiiz?s ''" s. jriIj VER'TgSJE.MErrj TiXT .1 K3 A AC-412M V y s. ' I X 717 Uei' - s- Tzs S1- AI ouui rcspecus .y Ji info-" the citizens or this pce ami its vicinin v..u .uewrrcparcdio teccivc pupils ofh-'-.r-'S"-" linfnchesof a substantial and finished education. Fromllic dclightfuHowtion and health of Matagonh from the comforts an convenience if a well built own; irom a strong dm re of ihe people to establish t.nd maintain a high tone of moral feeling in the communi- ty; from the laudable observance cf the Lord's day and regular attendance of the citizens on Dirinc Sen-ice which is now held nnintcrroptcdlv on every Sunday; and frointhtirUtiaga regular Sunday School in town this cannot but be a very desirable place for an institu- tion for the education of the vouag. Mr.Ivcs is a graduate of one of the first college '" .he United Stales and Mrs. lies "was educated in the best schools for l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 20 April 1841

lrllitiiid HPOMMH --HHV-.C-c'- r4 -V -" lZ- .:& "tet'a.Ti J'' -S?- 'at ?y 4 & .? liirw xiji dDfATE. SAN LUIS TUESDAYMPR1L 20J841. " 'II ' "" ' " '" I . jjt-V " NO. 27. -"s'-T-JfWg&J' j-"1" "-' - iM .r ff ' J n jt - ." i m - - yeli r v JfnS mi " -'"-i- V 5v . y - r j i t i l. j - : r -i S3 ij p- PRINTED AND 1-tTsaF.D El Etlf TCESDlY BY S. J.T)UBNETT On The Corner of Market and Liberty Streets. TEKMS: Snacmrnov Five Dollars a year paya- ble in advance or Seren Dollars ai the expiration of Ifo Wiper will be discontinued (except at the discretion Of the Editor) UWIl a arrange nai c .t" e-iv.. ADYET.TWLMESTS will be inserted at the rate offtl 00 per sqnare for the first insertion and50 cents for each week thereafter ten lines or less constitutm? a smiare. The numberor insertions required must be marked on the margin of the manuscript or they will be inserted till forbid and charged accordingly. Advertisements from a distance must be accompanied with the cmi or cod reference i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 20 April 1841

-4" cr "? IV .-V n ii- t run cottov ixtekest; r SnThie su!'Joincd advertisement which we fmd in a London magazine confirms the rumors r some time prevalent in tnis coimtrv. ieia- e to the formation of a large-British Compa- ny "promote the cultivation of cotton in the fc-ast IntU(.s . While oSsJjj suject u m n(jt be unIner. eslmg to furnish some timales of the relative piopoit.ons of cotton grow his time at dif- ferent parts of the world Wc derive the esti mates i rom an able oiticlein the Merchant's .Magazine for March and thev are to becon- sjidcrcd as very general in their character. I hey show nevertheless that the cotton inter- Thc loCel0f llC SrcalCst magnitude throughout The entire croi. f .. . .. - ..' . " . " couon in i e worm is computed at one thous.-uiu -n- r i iv f . . .' . million of pounds. UI tills amount it icwtimntA. l . ... rr. .... -o...u.u .. in c hundred and fifty million pounds arc produced i. ile United States; thirtv millions in Brazil- ciin millions in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 20 April 1841

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 20 April 1841

Pt.3 XJ --i y:w tRii m i&tT?: VffC i rfiWirX2?J"' iKi!LT': ' -T-rSTTif:; - :.hi7 7 - 4. -Afe . V- ' rsr r?-tTt ': ri Hf n " .? SSgS '. mc tvM X55V L. "V iff; i?l l?5 'V &- -; ici aes- ADVERTISEMENTS. - SIA.T4.GORDA ACAD15MT. IttHE Ker..tJ. S. rts ardC aWu-ooM respectfa-y JM. iaronn the citizens of this p ace and its vicinity kit they ate now prepared to receive pupils ofboth ser- ies iato their institution and to instruct them in all the breaches of a Mibstantial and finished education. From the delightful location and health of Matagnrda "from the comforts and convenience of a well bqilt own; from a strong desire of the people to establish end Maintain a high tone of mural feeling in the communi- s tj; from the laudable observance of the Lord's day and Swgular attendance of the citizens on Divin.- Scrvic which is nqrV. -inintcrrnptcdlv on even; funuay mis cannot out dc a very ucsciaon. j-yce lor an institu- tion for the education of the young. Mr. Ives is a graduate of one ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 22 June 1841

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Luis Advocate — 22 June 1841

f"iii.ip iiiii i" rwrrrmmm " ' ' w":"'" " remembered by the goodindvirtuotisof all "countries "bs a benefactor of manlundMh the jpjjnhanpy people of his country ranks && one w therfew patriots and honest men that Mexico itean boast He was finally overcome and cap- 'Mured' while at Morelos with a foraging party was beheaded hv Get. Arista at Guerrero In the presence of his family. His head was sluck upon a long pole and exhibited in the iblaza to terrify his relations and numerous friends. It is evident that this unmerited pun- 'Ishment was not inflicted as the meed of his sijjmes as many who had been more constant Miy active in rebellion were pardoned ; but as lhe means of suppressing an indomitable spirit PnoT human virtue and crushing the influence of its example. The government discovering its l . I 1 . I ' - 1 Or i : terror in tne violent measures against ..apaio t had commanded Arista to preserve his'" life should he be taken prisoner. After the recon- ciliation effecte...

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