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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 May 1859

it S; # Resolved, That we approve the action of the Legislative Committee upon ♦lira subject and recommend to the Democracy of the State a full and fajjr j « discussion of the &id question with a view to speedy action thereupon. 4f. •'On motioMSpie Convention the House adjourned pending the adoption of •.?- Mr. Chilton's wolution. "T8 I & - • • -* "■ 8J o'clock P. M., Slay 4th, 1859. Convention met pursuant to adjourqment. Roll called, quorum present. Tfty subject under discussion being Mr. Chilton's resolution, the Convention wsSiddressed by Messrs. Chilton, Wiley, Thomason, McLeod and Waller, in fitvor of and by Sr. Kettrell, Col. Cone, Shepperd, Herbert and Scoit against. When Mr. Palmer, of Harris, offered the following as a substitute to Mr. Chilton's resolution—and moved to lay the original and substitute on the table. Resolved, That to make the revival of the African Slave Trade i party test - at this time would tend to establish ahd present a sectional issue calculat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 May 1859

55SsF" * J1 I8S1P >V '- % • efs made to indace Congress to interfere with questions of slavery, or to take incipient steps in relation Mbereto, are calculated to lead to the most alarming and dangerous consequences, and that all such efforts have an inevj&ble ten- dency to diminish the happiness of the people and endanger the stability and permanency of the Union, and ought not to be countenanced by any friend of our political institutions. , 2. That the foregoing proposition covers and was intended to embrace the whole subject of slavery agitation in Congress; and therefore, the Democratic party of the Union, standing on this national platform, will abide by and ad- here to a faithful execution of the acts known as the compromise measures settled by the Congress of 1850; ' the act for reclaiming fugitives from service or labor, included;' which act being designed to carry out an express provis- id&of the Coqrtitniion, cannot, with fidelity thereto, be repealed, or so cha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 May 1859

It# -at * "?"-" -' kr •. ~?z- «& * '<# -■ ' Jj&em Itetm €t\ SUPPLKJl NORTHERN MEXICO—TERRITORIAL EXPANSION AND WAR WITH EU- ROPE. , .** ^8fc- s * V - - No. I.-6 f * •- ■ .?•" The world's history presentsio new two *fr*nd epochs of striking similitude, which h Te produced alike remarkable effect upon the politic lj affairs of nations, suddenly famishing the world with an abundant sup- ply of the precious metals. ,->• The lilTer mines of Mexico. from their firit derelopement by the followers of Cort- •g, up. to the revolt from Spain in 1825, had w produced the Spanish Crown, * sum total, f two billion forty-eight million of dollars; rather an annual rerenue in silver dol- lars of $6,800,000 during a period of three hnndlld years. This vast influx of metalic - ? * w h,p«red into the coffers of a fanati- * oal Catholic government, furnished Spain Ut those "sinews of war" that enabled to maintain her raat armaqjnt by land sea, throughout the lions that 4 slated Europe durin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 May 1859

:A-j a~ . K«- **$-;-.■ 7 zx&r i&§ -f "'^- ' | •>■ ?&***-*■* •-• - ■&4&mr' 1 • ♦ 4 *> ? ." ''' • • : T ,. ■ . For wages of workmen, 45 ,ooo. ' AT NEW ORLEANS — For salaries of si tendent, treasurer, assayer, coiner,melter i finer, and throe elerks 18Joo. for m|N of workmen 34,ooo. For incidental u4 contingent expenses, inolud- -s ' lag wastage in addition to other available funds AT CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA for ■ soiariei of superintendent, coiner, assayer, ■* clerk 6,000. Mar wage* of workmen 2,600. AT BAHLONMA. OEOROIA.—Vor salaries of sapsrintwdsnt, eolner. assayer, and clerk &0U0. for warn of workmen 8 JSO. GOVERNMENT Is THE TERRITORIES.—Ter- * ' ritory of Blew Mexico.—Tor salaries of governor, * ■ three judges and secretary 6,o00 far oontingent expenses of laid Territory, 1 for eomftonsatlon and mileage of the members o the Legislative Assembly, officers clerks and coi tingent expenses of the assembly, 16,000. Territory of Utah.—for salaries ofgowp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1859

19. 1859. to Barley & Aiken, with which ire in much gives a fine strong light and is tffnM i card it to-day's paper of Mr. , who advertises a large stock of ISPrcFVftre. He may > U e€freen Store, t for him a liberal share of of the lee House i * i \ are do- 1 tins year,' ghbor- „s____OTr ^Tfcar stock Is sufficient for the season's trade, and gbn glad to learn that their business is fikfly to prove a profitable one. I Jet' And the cry is, "still they come." A-ery which from early mots to dewy enp may be echoed by the clerkfe of the honse of Gantry, Stiles & Co., concerning theii And these last never ask for bin the legitimate business of the borate, but trhat they get See adver- tS" Mr. Leaade* Cannon, of Hempstead, haa oar thanks for a crowder of a beet. We have got no scales at haiid, large enough to weifch' the beat, but should'think it would .at least something less than fifty I It will do to brag on, and unless somebody from somewhere in Harris county is desirous of c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1859. abstract WEDNESDAY* the North. ■BnWeare polph. ofM Ale District At- an KSMfHanU tocney, election 1« We are cordially grasp -by-side position in Ly:V"' SONllUq^ortftlme* ufflce of District Atto at the August election. ay We ire autnora "ofHkrtfln county. (Brte date for Commlsstouer at ject to the nomination of' tlon. J.W.HOTCHIN- a* a candidate for the ° ""eb. 13. [office. . R. lIAtg Conrerv- lirwe areH hards, a* a , of the 7th District, at the FOR Co., In the RBNCK, for aextL* Htatnre. DEM ob, UNNELLS. HARDIN FOR lieu*. FRAN FOR CO FRA WWTERNDISC'T. n. wa1tl. FOR CONG I* is somewhat rallying under the infl«ibce of more fayorable fcdrices, though a doe* not yet settle npon any fixed figUIfcjfE?--^ —i-. , We are indebted to Jones & Co.'s r fall files of San Francisco pa- pers to the 6th of Hay, and New Orleans papers to the 21st. For news see appro- ■"V ■MM •ttfWe are indebted to that whole souled f rater, Bob. Morris, of Kentucky, fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1859

m. ii s-ssssS THE WfiEKLV TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, it!AT 25, 1859. iSITSi .$ §* r-1 ^■'iiiDvu ®jt*4s. ••.^awaB t says that a drove of 40Q hor- iles passed thrtugh Anderson jg^lS 6tI4 IMo he people Utere didn't go -to the i t Pioneer speaks of a most ; there last'week. v v: j 3 that Mr.Marcus Sharp, r Brenham, was fosrad dead in his oraing. * An emptj laud- Sid under his bed. ngton Register says the frost- i Is coming out finely, and is in to produce abundantly. light the , appears to us. Just It was put there to save f ferriage, and has already more I cost in that way, and has done better than we expected it 'another correspondent of the (rh<fc is firing away at the Tel4- k about the navigation of the Brazos, wants us to prove that any boats of less than four feet draft loaded ever entered Our expression was that we * - 1 :s_ ** * ■ ■ - % w 1 of boats of drawing 15 in- land 22 inches loaded had tried t the river. We do not know jrcan prove that any such boats ever , but several have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 May 1859

lawyers york. tbuk m. oixtbt. Sot. 1 i8s8-ly [Decl9-ly. &.!%8sh2g%gzs££si lie in the Courts, wfll prac- tice _ in McLennan; IKfand attend to adjoining cwpw* v Feb.1 j w. H«*e?lit,S55il52l,a to a ' ^8 "- t"25* % • . * W. H Bot| t A ttoruey atljuw, A the Court* of tbe Seventh Prompt attention will be given to SBf ed to his care. practice ii District,- P.H.PBhNBI \ ttornoy at Law, Sj \v iu waeticein the Courts of the i nc.oth.USg.wir. li' ilheOld ^ttenl totbecollectionof throughout** 8Ute. .mwlr^W , Limesto** CoS, nmellora aAJLaw. nwwtrm, nw. #111 practice in tf Courts of the First, seventh and Fifteenth Districts and in preme ud Federal Courts at Galveston. i6,'59,ij. . i.' .frtdt*' ■JtJ. james w. wynne, ifi lawyer & Land Agent ' ' HOUSTON, TEXAS. TO ; j.w. Peel k Durable, . ' Houston. ' Ofieeattfte Court Bouse. .BreedloTe. Hew Orleans; March 18,6a.. . . . FRANCIS HOOBE, sale of lands, payment of taxes, Ac. Inuypjrtof the State. Houston. Texas. March 25, ly. Houstont, ^rtwHewi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 June 1859

== FMIMcs, internal lmproTe- KefegrapO Commercial , _ a condensed in fats and other markets In- Bf his ensto- n at 2 o'elk. and is 00 25 00 in advance 8 00 00 H. CUOTS5"*"PuNisher MAT 25. 1859. :-S Ilw first mastingears of the season market this morning. g viUaooBMTt to be done OB the shell road. At pres- the shells is almost blind- twice a day would -We received in a r from Mrs Monger of San l cotton bloom jre have seen It is about three or four weeks two saw any last year, and gives promise of fiist receipts of new cotton during the" month Of July, r In the month. StjF^JSw! «L* wj - . . - - ■ « PUBLISHED ON CONGRESS STREET, NEAR COURTHOUSE SQUARE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. H. GUSHING. VOL XXV -NO. 11.! WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1859. i call especial attention to the lent of onr friends Forsgard & in to-day's paper. They ar^ con- bnsinees of Pbngand & Burke, lit considerably this year. They are enterprising business men, and command an- excellent ■ We cordially commend them to the I s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 June 1859

sss WEDNESDAY. BCNTONKAN tor Dtstrtet Attot eesolng election. JOHN G. WAb- fbr District At next. Mrm, W.HUTCHIN for the District, W>. 18. ?S£e°Aug««t ejection. CAPT. W*. y, of the ED^ARDsIm a cMdWUi? 7th DUtrtct. at the ensuing mjtTHB Harris Co., In the I", A.H. JORDAN, ticket ?OR HARDIN ELLS. « TJBBOCK E ND OFFICE, WHITE- FOR COM. FRAN , WBBTERNDiaC'T- ATJL. FOR CON Nones, offices, utd published i advance. THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JCNE 1,1859. and wounding several others, with the loss of only one isdian killed, and fire otaix wounded. We do not donbt-the veracitj of thom who wrote the dispatches, bat we do not believe that 350 American citizens, ex- asperated as we know the frontier people are, could to beaten by 60 indians nor even by five times that number. We give it aa our opinion, without and positive knowledge of the fact, that Baylor has had a fight with a small company of Rangers under Capt. Marlta, who we learn, has been at the Reserve for the purpose of protec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 June 1859

THE WEEKLY TEUEGKAPH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1859. Cowhtt, May , ion of your I man, your lawyer, your Arm to Um cardinal '* and particu- you bo ^ you so ably avoir upon the subject of the erery law of Congress _ J people of a 8tate from iM in the cheapest market, nodi citiiens and voters of earnestly request that you o represent the people popular branch of the jnay spBedO? receiTe native response, we re- "■eery respectfa-ly, yoar fellow-oiti- TgMtl., A H White, G1 Roberts, C DonneQjr, W K Marsh, W M Stoffs, A P Tompkins, 0 C Hope, Wm Werner, Exekiel " Iron, 8 Hagennaa, H W * Wfefte, Chas N Bley, S •land, J B Williams, Benj E Christian Frish John John W Bergin^J Smith, R E Pal- Washington, J W Watson, W I IXBichardson, R Roles* John J L-radu Q H Clereral, Charles Frostj * M * lUbermehl, U Tyson, r BSMeCuQough, Reason Duvall, Robert TaUey Wm Us, John Curry, H Weier, f T Schnlts, P Haner, GFreis- q Hencks, J H McClure, ^Christian, Thos. Cummings, Rosm Neace, J W Singleton, T W Wm. Barnett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 June 1859

Houston. Office at the Court House. m w * rnu Hot. lM5#-4jr Will practice ftw lerenth Dil- ▼eston. U n 30 & will prsc- HTcui, *111 the State. [MSSly , iisiiMK Cfc) 13th Judicial District. «ttenl fc the chroughoutthe THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JBISE 1, 1859. IPBi _._1 Agent, Bouston, EpitolrMain at. He will i and land business fnoTl -'y j. w. mruin. STCAIIFU, in • Law jell. Burt cs on Co. jBUt3*ly'58- ALU. KSICH. t Ke«eh) and Lamb Aoehts L-One of the alwr^e will [mar 3-twtf. t ,.u. ..JOil I. lARTOR BAHTON, • ^ , BtmUville Texat. Far- ; to collecting Note# and faprill-ly- ^ B.LHXHS. ; Iilkcma, rand General Collecting ^wa, 7tau, Taylor, Henry Samp- feb. 18.'89 ly. J. W.THaoCXMOKTOH reckmorton. I ljSLOT9 Mr.Kinney, Colli* will attend to aneh bnaineaa aa Bed to them la the Court* of Northern a the fedaHf and Bopreme Courts, i was formerly of the firm of JCorrillfc April 14, ly -59. VrerMn iJerdan Weatherford, Parker Cb.. I this day entered Into a ~ * f law, and C.L. J0RDA5. for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 June 1859

&bt ■■■ *~1£i2r; (fomnurnal &eltgr<q>t) this and other mufctts In nation of his costo Afternoon at lo'ott ■ace—I— $ S 00 _ 10 pe* annum, la advance 100 ■mt 100 eontefc. .... 3 00 ~ m.^accsmNQ*"pawi«l^ * JUNE 1. ' be kind enough to mbe as igti* and give as his name. Any- thing from Us pen will be acceptable in our eolomns. He writes with a vigorous han.l, and we liW'to associate vrith each spirits. ggf We.tm^rfiUmid the Eclipse, while towing down a barge load of cotton from the Trinity yesterday was e nk in the bay i*>|; te^r %f fratsr, We barge was loaded wh^ 680 bales, the decking was not tight, and the sea running heavy threw the water over tar, until she was bo full as to as shesnnkapart of her was thrown violently up against ''the guards of the k off and making air She had 253 bates of cotton making tOoa In't, and the There were 248 insured. iHm THE OPPOSITION. Z;: 1 (fen. Sam Houston, has been in town for some days and while here, has been beset bjf *dao rew-er...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 June 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, J(JWE 8,1859. Wttkty £. H. CU8HIH( WBVNE8DAT. 1869. INXOCSl FOR OISTKIC «rWe lire authorized tea — r Honunr Seventh 1 POuPH, of Hi wt. of the? «VWe are authorized to* KKETof Harris County, as ai , torney. election 1st Moody In j (T We are authorised k WS, Esq, of (i rimes oomty, ss« office ofDtatrtci Attorney, for the? at the August election. (NET. .rRAN- let Attor t election. _ f O. WAIy • District At- tHCTCHIN- ate ftr the District. FVeb. 18. «9-We ate authorised to ED W ARDS. as a candidate fc*I ;th District,at the ensuing -*—1 for thk i>: —g^We *ro authorized to ffiijilfir Representative next Leaistatnre. 1PT W . , of the F J. W. LAW- i Co., In the May 18, M-We an aphorized to j JOBS T. BitADY, as a aa| pie Of Harris C «■ , in UMl of the next Leatslatuie. k the name of nt the peo- ntatlves g^ We are authorised to i SON, tor Representative frsmf jutng election. STW" are authorized to a > candidate tor Senator, f . W. HENuKK- Bcouotv, at th" ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 June 1859

mbm*m THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JVNE 8, 1859. state mights' democratic meeting. : notice, luge number county usem- ;the Court Houae, in P*le«tine, on ' tfc* SStli Intf-, when on notion " ~ leker, wm emUed to the 3. T. Eppinger & G. Ed ft to act as Secty'g. Col. Tucker, in a few ks explained the Delespine, .Esq., a appointed to draff of the sense of this J. P. Dekspine, CoL T. Eppinger, Thos. John H. Barrett, who after a __ returned and . reported the folhrwttc: The State Bights Democratic Party of the county of Anderson, most aafenaly declared a warm attachment to the Union of these States, to maintain which, Us members pledge " their lives, their fortunes, and their saeredhonors," and that for this end, dnty*to watch over and oppose of those principles, which the only basis of that Union, the faithful observance of them, its existence and the pub- 11st That we reaffirm and con- cur in the Platform of the Democratic Na- tional Convention held in Cinfinnati in Jnne 1866, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 June 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH* WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8,1859. I Bouiton, Tnat • ot.1«8->T n. U n 30 1 JOH1 B. KA*LE, " ~ ~ zsrss^m**aM-sr- w. I D IB. P**'l ^^ssrstUm' _ WUl practice In the CoorU tt { I--T3Bth.ne8.wl7. 53 1UT«I'TBR k A tttraeji * C« Atainl Land. bhT a. num. PerkIM 4 ttanun M " f\ Hoastmt. Ttar ilwyihfaMi lm« ""^SlL^i" A«cobhU.*C. V. a. fSTXLL. Katetl 4fe 1 AtMraefi at I Agents, Heaters idbtoi h. Cashing, 1 en. Houston, geo. A ttora«raa« l\. Dallas, Delias f profession in this and in the S und Tyler. Refers to Hoo.Johal Graham, of North C sd l his: HsrrsOt8 J. Witt, J.W. Hie* Aug. 20b «. wtw 1 u.will practise In Icicial District,— ~ uslness entrust- 17. wtwly, '58. Limestone Co., il District. J. W. MJCItfALTE. L fjFti) At Law, U, Burleson Co. Blj 19 ly *58. t?Al.nXa KERCH. ten, l Land aorhts, I of the above will [mar 3-twtf. „. joab h. ■auto" ITOlf, ill§ Tex**. Par- ting Notes and faprill-ly- i^uoy. I General Collecting Henry Samp- feb. 18.'59 ly |lJ ESS, isellorat Law, Will pract...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 June 1859

I STATEMENT 8tock on hand Sept. 1, 'ML Bec'd put «nk previously Total............ 8Mpp«d part week previously to Rew&FoBUca,Internalln w , *c.. t* imaed rrery Mond y, 1 ' emiiiis, at S o'eiwt. 8took on aa follows: Peel&Dtmbb ... T. W. Whitmarsh.. Allen & Fulton... 3. J. Cain ft Co. Taylor & Bagby Vincent b\ Owens... Decrease of stock oonnnsporo Amount on hand Reo'd to Jane ! ee&fg ^■Commercial ofthe Trt-Week- gfrt«ouimfrrial aTtugrcqjU) r> to ODraraerdml the'mercb&nt a coDdenjed tm this and other markets to* Information of his costo* afternoon at X o'cik. ... June 2 to Jane mailing anoe 8 00 s« a 1 n O^pNQ Publisher. % to Jane WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8.^1 will' rememttt the bar rirer crossing of Che'Waahing ton eountr cpad on next Saturday. Excur- sion nnfl from Houston to the rirer and baokmay be bad at the Depot. HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. H. CUSHING PUBLISHED ON CONGRESS" STREET, NEAR COURTHOUSE SQUARE, WHOLE NO. 1323. 1859. IV We have be$n requested by the con- tra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 June 1859

WEDNESDAY, OKKET benton ran- tor Dlstrtet Attor election john o. wal- for District At next. capt. w Attorney, of the TURK, nee J. W. LAW Harris Co-to the Mjy^ the name of resent the j. w. hj5ndkr countv, at the en- June, 4. A. M. GENTRY county, at the A.N. JORDAN, .WKBN- to announce his name as at our next en TICKET OR, runKells. HARD THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JOWE 15,1859. • * governor, LUBBOCK. LLANO OFFICE, M- WHITE. bmas, western 1 SCT~ N. "" -All announcements for political 1 allpenonl rails for candidates I in tiuafwper, mast be paid for in The rate «81 not be varied from. Benton Randolph, candidate for District Attorney will speak at tiie Court House on the 22nd inst. Other can- didates are requested to^ttend. . ; > ^ yf% —n attention to the card of T— nn ******— who has opened a Refresh- laant Room in Ftddn's new building. He irtwidit Mjjfcf *" the delicacies of the aatoon, and we bespeak for him a liberal ■hare of* patronage. —Por several days past, we toe beeSfor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 June 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1859. TEST NEWS. Are to Thursday, the MVS of inter- . June 7.—Am affray took n Spring Garden, this city, in which the proprietor was shot wounded in the head and heart June 7.—The City of Wash- went South in the early train -will be due in New Or- They contain volumi- the recent engagements ih «nd Anatriana at Mon- tis keHared to end the fighting i side of the Ticino andPo, ► they seemed to be return- (MMtJhmfrriters. ,0 ' unent hss aUo an additional Ifbeipg the first in which the lal force of the belligerents In this view, the exact i engaged sod the character s*i*i+JSEiSS£l&*. the Antrinforee at 16,000 to 18,000men It Ctat Station's picked corps, and a •"—■ " —4^ the Austrian army. A large rsbelonged to the Vienna _ this circumstance and -0t] spirit, they had been 1 to occupy the post of honor Freneh forces engaged, the St ird (Russia organ) say* they exclwiw ef a regi- f,which embraced I well mounted. _.. _ isays the Kreneh force „ . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 June 1859

Texas .11858-ly abbrcrohn" 9 I, Pww, seventh Bis- on. U*3 30 1 w, du Land will prac- tice i"H tin McLennan sad *, Texas, Will Atumra practiceinall Skate. [M251y will practice in t District,— ess entrust Pro ed to w ly, 58. D. ■. PKMI .vsr*"— WUlpmetice In the Hlr aOftu 1358. wlr iwustone Co., cial District. j. w. xetcalpe LIE t Burleson Co uly 19 ly '58. Fitnss. PerkiM iv o. BUCK*.*. BLACK * ticulnr attention Accounts.A:c. W. H. S3TSLL. Efteli tunaeyt mt Agents, Refer to B.H. on, Houston tMrit Dallas profession in this and in the and Tyler Refers 10 Graham, of a^^ghia^HjWtgjl, J. Witt, Aug.ao. the weekly telegraph, wednesday, jc^e 15,1859. LAWYERS. R.J. PALHEBi A tt.rney at Law, Montgntri, Texas, I\. Will practice in Montgomery, Grimes and " [Pecl9-ly.. Walker counties JAMES W. WYNNE, Lawyer & Land. Agent. HOUSTON. TEXAS. REFERS TO Peel Jt Dnmble, J. W. Breedlove- Houston. Office at the Court House. New Orleansi March 1*3, Geo. FRANCIS nooai:,' A ttorney and Counsellor at Law, w...

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