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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 September 1839

m 'ttr wr i - .- TMWlBIBHKn: ililJ -J-i 'Si ft 11- :. X -W'- iF SS H f 'fl W MsJ-f- .B BvfA:Ek u -iJ. -T j -J -yfc J ,r.'k !? P 6JL sV i P5- r jj l,. -v IA ri V. TEIUtIS-$5 in advance. BY CRUGER & MOORE. PJffBLISHEtDB,Y CRUGER &TMOO.RE, ' "rjflT-TWO KCMECBS TO"CONSTITnTE THE YEAR. TERMS -ZStttxriptiofa Five Dollars ayear, jayaWe ik ad ranee,' or Seven Dollars at th'e expiration of the year.- I Adtertisaip" Two DoHarpersqaare for the. first insertion, antLOne Dollar ibreach contiuance eight lines or less is considered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices-of more tnan inree lines eacn, uaras 01 passengers ana Aimocncemenis of Candidates for political odioes, will fee charged at the.com- monrates of advertising, ' jjrAll advertisements to .he paid for in advance; and when ot otherwise ordered, "will invariably he published until forbid, and charged for acSordiBgly7 All'letters on business most be iposLpaid.or they-will not' be attended to. AGENTS la the" United States. Edwir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 September 1839

V U- It h . From the Ladies Companion. THE PREFACE, CASE. BY, EMMA C. EMBULY. The outlines of the following sketch were related to 4. ,i.n ncrpH nndTiorrored member of a large family connections; a man whojMgsesses analmost jnexhaustiblel fund of legendary lore, .ana wnose mosi jiuuauiug uu- in n pninic talcs are Ku't recollections of past scenes of, which Jie can say initio language of iEneas, "quorum fi,,, MTnam:1.. said Mr..E -. "Lhappened to bToneof the referees in a case which excited unusual in- terest in our courts, irom iue singular nature ui wo " and the strange story which it disclosed. The plaintiff, who was captain of a merchant ship which traded princi- pally with England "and the West Indies, and married .;,(. itU' in life with everv nrosnect of harminess. His wife was said to have been extremely beautiful, and no - " J ...! quishedon his marriage, and when his youngest cniia wasthrcs-weeKS oiu, suirauutu muicw wo v .. . ' His wife, who was devoutly attached to him, so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 September 1839

".- i? K 3 r ft We want nothing but an industrious and enterprising population make Texas the first country in America, and its great improvement can scarcely be understood by those who havenot witnessed its rapidadvance. Cities are springlng.up-in every portion of th'e republic, and thou- sands of acres which a-few months ago was cnly inhabi- ted by wild beasts, are now teaming with the products of agriculture. The'Trement House at Galveston has been opened by Mr. Norwood. It is the largest house in Texas, and we haveTeceived very favorable accounts of the manner in which'it Is kept by thosewhohave visited the Island city. The Gafvestonian of the 18th inst. thus speaks of the troops brought out by the Alexander. "The Alexander brought out tb.ir.ty recruits for the army, some of whom are on the sick list. We have not heard whether they were recruited out of the charity hospital or the calaboose perhaps neither." This is downright slander wo have not seen a finer set of troops in Tex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 September 1839

foriSde -. ii Beautiful Residence, on JL be suusstieea oilers lor sale Bnfiilo bayou, suuated two miles beiow-Hhrrisburg, and T!k8- seTCtt-iroiothe city ofHouston. The improvements arc -" a0BtelLing.houscI2Oby24feet, with a ten foot gallery iniron!,- two gallery rporaj In.lhn. rear, JO by 10 feI, with the ' upper room, making four rooms in the front dwelling;. the whole sealed and painted; the dining-room is 8 by 24 feet, sealed ana- painted. Alsoscveral neat kitchens, with brick chimneys; ta- We, oven, &c; a good wharf is in front of the house, and stearn- boats land at all limes. A handsome Garden, -with fruit trees, summer house; &c. .Also an 'excellent Field, of 6 acres,which las produced two good crops of corn, melons, &c; a plenty of .vooa; Jheyhole under good palings andlcncts. The proper- ty wili bcsoldagroal bargain to any one who stay wish so de- sirable a Residence. For further information,, inquire of An- drew Briscoe, Harrisburg, "or to " " , BENJ F HANNA, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 October 1839

CJHK - f s5T" 1- Jfci. CfSi.v ? !oraiMB(&m&OKn &rg wbsiab tBuwi aNftfem ft! TERJtrS-$5 in advance. Published Twice a IS cekdti ring tlieSession of Congress ?trf Weekly the remainder of the Yeat ' or $7 at the end of the year. ', - r.v-i. rv y BY CRUDER & MOORE- PTJBLISHEDBY CRUGERfc M9ORE , FIFY-TWO NOMBEBS TO COSST1TOTE THE YEAR. ,. TERMSl Subscription, Jive Dollars a year, payable in ad vance, or Seven Dollars at the emiration of the year. Advertising: vTiro. Dollar per square for the first insertion, and One Dollar for each contiuance eight lines cr less is considered a" square. Marriaselmd Obituary notices of more than ihreeiines each; Cards of Passengers, and Annocncements ot uanaiuaies tor political otnces, will De cuargeaai luetum- inonratesof arlvenisiner ' I3"A11' advertisements to be paid for in advance; and when -not otherwise ordered, will invanablv be published until forbid, and cnarsed for accordingly. All letters on business must be post paid or they w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 October 1839

!; IV SUPERSTITIONS. . Thers would appear to exist naturally in the Human . mind, a disposition to attach notions of good or of evjlp those objects which have been ribservea'td prectde,T"or to "".accompany pleasurable or painful occurrences; hence the origin of many supersticious- opinions. From such associations to! ideas many animals were rncicntly wor- shippedf eithernirgods-or-evil spirits; and even at a later day.when.theiDWorship wasejected as profane or useless they, were still considered as indicators of evil or of good. Many of these superstitions originated in the observance oHactsi3cnbable to atmospheric influence. Thus, cer- tain fiirds-being affected by peculiarities of the .air, previ- ous to thunder storms or other terrible events, and showing signs of their feelings' by peculiar habits or nations, w ere found to be rheindic;:ors of tempests, hurricanes, and oth- er dangerous atmospherical commotions; and they were subsequently consfdeied as evil omens iu general; gai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 October 1839

" I These defalcations commenced almost immediately after the. Collector came into office. Thr-y have -regu; farly progressed, and exposure has been evaded by post- " poning the returns at the regular time, and a system of deceit.- There is no excuse for the Collector he came into, officoln opposition to the willof the people. The Presi- dentwas a friend of long standing, and incurred great odium at the' time, in consequence of his -preference for him. It remains to be seen whether he will so far disre- gard the public interests, and his own reputation, as to continue such-a man in office When fully informed, we intend to have the accounts of one of the clerks investigated; ana - imagine it will bafoiind, that m'qre than one member of the cotaccTn has oterdrairn. - The public shall hear from us again. - Bolow'will be found a lengthy corresponJcnce between some of the citizens of Velasco and president Lamar we publish the correspondence merely as a part of the po- litical doings of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 October 1839

A,",' - " XLL persofittaving 'claims 'egalnst the-'estate of JN. "Winter mith.lafe'bfHgfrisbnrg county,' accessed, are requested to -rfestttthem-doly authenticated; -arid those indebted, are re qnestedlo'make'iaynient, to " A RAMSEY, t. - "" Cannon or to sept 4 3-225 v 'CHARLES BOWMAN. Houston JT ' " Grave Collage for Sale JLifi subscriber offers for sale his beamifu Residence on ts. Buffalo bayou, sKualed two miles below Jfarnsburg, and 1 -ren"f romthe city o'f Houston. The improvements are 'TDHSousl"20by54feet,wltha ten foot gallery ;. , "H? .-.S?m. inJih rear. 10 bv 30 feet, with the L"5: lI"8-ai.f.'irC'nmSin-the (font dwelling: I painted." Alsosev painieu. !"..-.---- r .r.i.M. --m. hip. nven.&c: a cooa wnari uuuiwure uuu.,,., ...- . bolandatalltimrs. A handsome Uarden.wuniruu.rcc-N summer house, &c. Alsa an excellent l-iem, oi o acrc,vc . hasTurodhced two good crops of corn, melons, &c; a plenty of wood; the whole under good palings and tenccs. ine-proper-lywiH be so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 October 1839

m t? rjn .& -.. " jift- mrsTi lf . a ,s igsgosoyiW! SaVgjtfssi, .&H2) wasmsk saw 3T 2$3&&3$ . . s.-J r.- frS :Hi. SL $vs 1 4 .1 itf 1- ''-r rJy&te -w 3&4 awatgcyl jpFlyBirW1?! W m fck feik V " VVX. CV" "il - ?-r U". . . :- ? ,raiTTft'P ? fSw k i?li .hatetteli ""r-fctf - ' r f fnnmvwn nv. """" " -.e,rag a in advance. - - Published Twice a If - VEYICRUGER &r MOORE. j- PUB'lllSHED. B YCR UrGElT-'& MO OfcE -tlPTY-TWOKvSsiaSfo COKSTITOTE THE TEAS. TERMS: SubscriptionFrye Dollars year, payable in ad ranee, or Seven Dolla-sat .he expiration of the year. Advertisingr Two .Dollarper square for" the first insertion, and One Dollar, or each contiuance eight lines or less is considered a square. ''Marriage and Obituary notices'of more than three lines each; Cards of Passengers and Announcements of Candidates for political offices,Trill be 'charged at the com- 1Q"Alt advenisementsjto'bepaidforin advancej.and-when not otherwise ordered, will invariably be published...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 October 1839

FfomthtNia 0 Wtu as Puayaoe. THE GREAT WESTESNCARRIVED. Tie Great Weaternjias'ar &g&arrivedas3 has sav- rA n As troubk of foreatallkirlKr mwc as we nromised to clo. She has performed hetrip in twelve and a half dayi.-Mvjng-Iett'iJnslol'-on thermta tilt;, ana maae ine port of NewCXorkon tha. 10th insfe - This thing of Atlan- tic steamboat jfafgatlorXturnsont to beahighly-profhable business, afidlhe utilitv. Bracticabilitv. and happy results of the ehferpriseare now ..established, beyond a doubt. TheJSreatestern-b'rings newsnwenty-four days later thanTirevious advices: a svnonsis of which follows. With Teffaid.to.the monev market. sav8.the New York Sun, we'arecorapelled. to say thathere is nothing to change -very materially thaaspect of affairs. The state of things i ia Europe may undoubtedly be pronounced better upon the whole, "but not so muchib as to give an instantaneous or Tery spirited impulse to. our own markets. It is settled tVt 1in'T?nnlf of RntrUnA lis mndearranfeem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 October 1839

MiW- -.-n,-ii,. . ,, v -& T-. "Z ""IS?' UY. . is e V - - " ' 'A - r 1 r ty,?3? t0 S'vo directum to her mrafsteri'to make an -agreement-with the government of Mexico, to place other disposal, aportioa of the unoccupied territory ore their nor- tRtrnboundary, "to be set apart as an independent assy- lum or a frft state, for persons of color. In to-day's paper will be found another article on. the subject of the' Custom House defalcation, at Galveston. We are far from assenting to all that is said much, per- haps, had better been left unsaid: there is muchjinneces--sary feeling of hostility shownwhich is calculated to destroy, perhaps, the end designed to be accomplished the correction of the evil complained of. We publish the ' article, however, for the purpose otputting pur readers in possession ofall the facts, as they purport to be, connected with the matter. This, we deem the people have to ex- pect through the columns of an independent press. From the Galveston Civilian. "The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 October 1839

r NSDH CVTr; :t;v?: s-1 ? K" Notice .XaLLL-persans having claims against the estate of "X. Winter' . -Smith,, late of JlarrLsburgcounty, deceased, are rcquesjed to present them duly authenticated; and those indebted,. are re -"mjfoT'rt IrcMnlrfeJpaymeny-io . "A RAMSEY,-1-, s-ysqsjispssiedinfinsttidutK ;' ',-.- CnrTiorTor to Jaec3SepU.-w3325 J' ? CHARLES BOWMAN? Houston rp nGrove -.Cottage for Sale ' O.IHE subscriber offers'fdr'sale his beautiful Residence, on .J!?Bafolotaybn,:sTvuaiea twptnijes be ow harrisburg, and BCICU11UUIUC tillV V.uu nfl ."'J-.-- 1 . uppprxoo j3,maKing,xourjoomsui mc -. --oi --- -- -- Sealed and'painled7 the dining-room is 8 by 24 leet, sealed and painted. Alsoseveral neat kitchens, wi h bnck chimneys; sta- bleoven&c: "a good wharfls in front of the house, and steam- bdatsland at all times. " A handsome Garden, with fruit trees, summer house, &c. "Also an excellent Field, of 6 acres.which has prodhced two good crops of corn, melons, &c; a plenty of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 October 1839

m - . vxl TTPi, mmm OTMSfe '1 IS -, t j&ssr re; 4 -&2i!2& -Safe s-j' i r-1 ;At J-: i j -tft3iULd"3ws TEMJHS'$5 in advance. Published Tirice a " i 4 titc tlieSession of Congressand Weekly the remainder of the Year. y-i'-s! 5r-x L or 87 at the end offlieen' nunRTi.. rn fe rri &H IBSXilS Ii -" BYCRVGER & MOORE. PUBLISHEDBY CRUGER & MOORE rUTTcTWO NUMBERS TO CONSTITUTE THE YEAK. " TEiltMS: Stttifipiion, Five Dollars a year, payable in ad vance, or Seven Dollars at .he expiration of ihe year. Advertising: Tvro Dollar per square for the first insertion, and One Dollar for each coatiuaace eight lines or less is j.oBsidered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices of more than three lines each; Cards ofPassengers and Annocncements of. Candidates for political offices, will be charged at the com- mon rates of advertising. "CSrAll advertisements to bepaidibrin advance; and when uot qtheririse ordered, will invariably be published until forbid, and charged for accordingl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 October 1839

v. -J Irs-" ih i k w I.' En I I w i From the N.tY. Evening Express'. MASSACRE "AT ST. DOMINGO: ' We liave never,had unauthentic account of the mas- sacre of the white inhabitants of St. Domingo during the frjghtrurieVolutionin thatflsland. Partial agcounts and romantic storieshave. been-Joldtof those horrors; butthey were defective in historical.facts and personal nairatives. There js no jdoubt that in the fierce war waged byJSng- lanlaniFrancethV destruction of the French West "InUia colonias'was'a desirable event; and when the Brit- tbp3bmct;jinder Put, found no mode of accomplishing -thisStject.except by exciting a revolt among the blacks. thev adopted the inhuman policy under the name of re- ligion and humanity, nod got.up what, weft called Wil- berforceassociationsI.andLscntagents.in every direction to stir uprebsllion in that happy, flourishing, and beautiful island lhe'.Garden of.Eden, so called, where slavery in realityvAvas Jtnown only by name. Having cemme need Uia "politi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 October 1839

v. - TELEGBAPJL Moustan. Wednesday Oct. SO, 1839. By nn arrivaLat Galveston in thirteen days from New York, we have the cheering news that Gen. Hamilton had succeeded in effecting in England a loan of Two Millions of DoUafs.nni ihat a letter had been received from him in which he stated that he had die most 'flatter- ing hopes ofb'eingable to effect the other three millions in time to announce it by the sailing of the next packet from that-country From some passengers who arrived at Uatvcston irom New Orleans since our last, we learn that news had been received ofthc suspension of specie payments by the BMtoffingland had" been received, and that all the Banks from Philadelphia south had followed her exam ple without a iingle exception: ' 231 he rromissory Netesof our Government had advanced to 45 cents on the dollar. - " Rpvrral arrivals at Galveston from New York recent. lyhave broughtout upwards of one hundred families of German Emigrants, wno roieuu iu UK w., somewhere in the upp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 October 1839

TWealEslaU for Salt nc subscriber offers for sale on good terms, 1000. acres of choice Land, situated near the ciiyof Houston; also twovalua- rJejlctein the to vvn. of Washington. For terms', '&C, .apply it tb.esJore.of s.-, ? .. A&am fit-Hiatus o? at the subscriber's office. - ,-" " - ,isept25iw223-tf . , ., D W'CXINTONHARRIS HO VSTON & GAL VJSSTON. - 'MAIL Packet (Urfioft&e lightest draft.boat rannhu on the bayou, will run ..regularly be- tween-'tiis ei y "d Galveston;'having superior accommoda- tions for passengers. -- For freight or passaee.-apply on board to the Captain.'er to oct 3 w22-tf Z' ' ' CHARLES BIGELOW- , Tree - T FeT fii,fe " " WO of the tst building , ai-u-ted on Main street, and in a ccatraLparl ofthis city. Also ,one House, situated on Couri- hbusesquare; one" house and four Lots, situated in Frost town,' below the Arsenal, which is -a beautiful residence for a private family!, and is now-rented for,75 per month; nd one Lot," with aframe.6nit,uate"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 November 1839

rf- A ?' iio iara -TEISJtlS $5 in advance. Published Twice a J vckdv.' ring theSession of Congress and Tfleckljjlhc remainder of the Year. or $7 at, the end ofthcfVekl V 39 un? 'zbi.l. totoj A . J -V " I- fe - l - BY CRUGER & MOORE- PUBLrSHEDY CRUGER & MOORE FIFTr-TWO NUMBER TO CONSTITUTE THSTE1H.. TERMS: Subscription, Five DoUars"ayear, payable in ad vaace, or Seven Dollars at the expiration of the yearf ' Advertising: Two Dollar per square for the first insertion, randOne Dollar for eaeU'contiuance eight lines or less is considered a square. Marriage and Obituary notices of more than 'three lines each; Cards of Passengers and Annocncements !pf Candidates for political offices, will be charged at the com- monrates of advertising. . . , " 53-A11 advertisements to be paid for in advance; and when not otherwise ordered, will invariably be published until forbid, ."-and charged for accordingly. All letters on business must be nnrt nii'J . 1ar -milt nnt Ka Ottpflllf-rl til- AGEN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 November 1839

J 'From the New Orkant Bulletin of October ist. ARRIVAL OF THE LIVERPOOL. EIGHTEEN DA"YS LATER FROM EUROPE. This anxiously Iboke&Tor vessel united at.New York on thelOth inst, bringing extremely interesting news, wnicn we lay oeiore our reauers. m i .m x. i. tween Espartero and Marotio The same jcurnsl adds, that the Bishop of Leon who was residing at Mont de Mafsan on parole, has made his escape from that place, .and has re-enteied the Spanish ten itory, whence ha is go ing 10 join tjabrera in Arragon. ucnerai uuum put himself at the head of some guerillas,-nd has taken Tk.t,....ri'nrnr.Ii Riimm Km nnnuestionablv been, to the woods a failare and the crop is estimated to bet least 5,000,000 - Corn Riots in France. -There has-beenygreat distur- quarters short " - c bances, occasioned by the export or corrym the depart- The bullion in the Bank of England is estimated a? ,ment of theSartho, which were not confined to Connere 3.500.000. and a suspension of specie-payments by that al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 November 1839

- T;it J) ? fl H -' . THE trt;e graph. IMonston, Wednesday, JVov. 6, 1830. S-New has been received from ihe West, that the Fcde- Tal (orcei hare recaptured' Mier, and hare advanced three hundred miles towards Monterey. Tho band of Texian adventurers who recently joined them, now form the nu- cleus around which The Federal Mexicans are rallying, with a confidence not unlike that with which" the Tlas-, calans' formerly rallied a'rouad the adventurous' band of Cortex; and a panic like thatwhich preceded him where- ver he turned his victorious standard, now spreads in the ran of the Federal army. Monterey nnd Saltillo will probably soon lall,tand the renewed confidence inspired bv these conquests may, soon lead to the capture of Mato- moros " Scores of hardy riflemen are hurrying to join them; and it is not improbable that this now apparently rash 'and imprudent expedition may eventually terminate in the downfall of the present Mexican dynasty. The recent coldweather has exerted an asto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 November 1839

fe- X r,A i & WkZ. I?" f Vtstn. OCstnr. v r T o-?.- r . for sale on good pterins,, 1QQQ acres.of j n. miit .viif jaicu ucii tut -ij ... ajuumuu, aiu two vaiua- etownof Washington. For, terms, &c apply at of '" . Abilfs drHiRRB' "" .,.. the subscriber's office. ;-ii!,0- ' ECpt-3 wJ-i. ., u 11 V,lJllVlVUV AlAltKla it vi0Ds:mfY&'GFSro.iV. . MAIlPackettCorTte, ihelightest draft boat -" 3Ki 'Wauuiuiis uuue oayou, win run regularly De- tTOeeainiS Clt75,ana, Galveston; bavin ennorinr irmmmrJi. - Jorirelgbt onpasjagc, apply onboard tp the Captain, erto $ctS w2254f -- 'CHARLES BIGELOW iSV!2rp3he.bestfcaiJdings, situated on Maiajstreet, and in a ccntraTpait'pf this city. ' Also one House, sirniitea'on Court- Souse square; 'one lone and foorLpts, lituated in'Rott town, ticlow the.Arsen'al.'whichis a beautiful residence fori privaf a" family, and is now rented for 875 per month; 'and one Lotwith a frame-on ft. dtnated.on the bank of the Bayou.., All of which inline soldlovrjfor'cash...

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