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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 July 1851

WSKm "TfT" i (- Tho following description of a Court presdntntfoji at the Court of St. James is taken from tho correspondence Of the editor of tho Tribune who is now in London in attendance nt tho World's Fair: A young countrywoman who has not yet. been long enough in Eu- rope to forget what it. cost our forefuthers to bd rid of nil this but wild had in her own case adequate qreasOits for desiring a presentation at Court gave mo some days since a graphic account Of the ceremonial wjiich I wish I had committed to paper while jt wad freshly remem- bered. It is of course understood that every one presented to her' Majesty must appear in full dress that 6f gentlemen (not military) being a Court suit alike costly fantastic and utterly' useless else- where while Indies aro expected to appear in rich lp" Brilish silk (freo trade notwithstanding) with a train three yards long (perhaps it 13 oiily three feet.) with plumes etc. Thus equipped they proceed to tlie Palace "whereat the appointed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 July 1851

juLii aa wr OT1MEOTMT at I I; m -lift riri 4ful Awiivt 'jtfi&ifiJJl'Jll MW noiJ iwfaw it mm ' latMrun (iKO'i -.V 'vr if'tjuC:H(lfclU4A) IMf -Hl hh t vv- . . '..:;.:.:' mm&t7z ':;;:; 5Eoohs Prwucc Gwtt np(ther.namo UMmi.t &VMw of his peculiar erudition in "answer as ne T"-J' KttW M Mkssrr out ill another display terms it. to the defence whi imiJcc.agaiiwt Jheattacka of t vat " 1 ' - i igltt it proper anu necessary w buiiir mbicmwH ; ana uuting uu- catme mid - feorriB longth'to: Use' no; cud; ptho titubrofltri? ' urircv hito oj con-f ;.::..' . ..... .......". i.-... i-ia... ' a coUtroverBy ny uieway wmcu uuuua HkHuddHhtf. tfd charcP hlo with having rhorc becdriiing vay would too tb answer r'i nave noicars election day aridi have thcrorc- hotftingidlosfc tiy fooHPplymgas StdesfcfyesM P.-Q.'6 latest eruption. If howler) tlie'Prmco wishes'iUdeeU to prosecute; trKirii . WrtM' feetftfi? 7u'nw. ij-'i.;. i.'.: t.j ..- i:a ! n -prvninnns. mil lu mv inu i iv : i .... ' coucitKiea r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 July 1851

! tM ikUnMi(ttmWUU mwmm i w HSHHSS l.fl-T.i !(. mm i.ri MEWII r tl yl " Oh what a ff lfiVS'thitnjrfuntry men 1 " v Me learn that Prj John.W. Davis formerly Speaker .of theilMr tod tates House' ofIldpresen(ntivcd'WtdCommi88lo'Aer to China tea candidate' td rcpresent'Snllh''aucdu'nly'iri tlib lower' bmilch cl tlie mfefc Social Assembly of Indiana' 01k wjita fall J &p'' ' go says; tfV StQte .Journal. . . - -jNoV tliiS is flic .first timo wd evbr1 'Heard" t represented as; a fall far a'nidh id accept a seat in duo Sltate legislature Gov. tfrqwu after haying been in tho Senate of tho United States Governor Of Glib andia Foreign Minister was a 'member 'Of the Legislature. ' Gen. Har- rison'1 after having been inthB Sennte and a lporojgn Minister was a candidate to represent Janm ton .county Ohio but was'defeated by a gingercako pedlar. Jamos Madison and James Monroe were both magistrates in their respective donilties' in Virgitlia after they' retired from the Presidency; and John'Tylc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 July 1851

iNkMMMMMlM "a( Sr-'GAZ JULY1 19' r. mmmimmmwU liMJul Iff" r rittfe STAT m JLiliAii I u '1 I 'tvuft Jf nf l&?rrlt ItWasiJitoeuirty' 6-n the 3d Instant by tho Rdv. Mh'Pearce JamuhA. Burt JE2i of tkta oityn JlfM Jftrjf Jam CVat.of that county. . . On the atveningof tho 3d instant br tho Hot. B. JB. Baxter at tho residence' Of Mr. HswUt6n7h W. G.FishtfioMm Leonora Radlenl of Washington.' Ok ike wihto cvonirirt the residence of Du Llns6omb no air Motttvllle Mr. Gmgt UamfbeU XOfMtH Zenker XtfHcpmo t iiiumii I ii I I I ID mum mil ii i n l 'i i " Wo are sined to annosnea tho death of Mr. Ml Jt. Gray who died in this city on tke morning of .the ftrst ihritnni. at tho residence of her son Peter W. Gray Esq. Seldom is it tho lot of the journalist to record tho death of one so dhrtrngHimed by every ennobling virtue. The loss of this eutitnnblo lady will be hwtf .ad ttetyity fofc in this community. She was iiver tho friend of tho attf- otlagMi SHieted and her whole life was marked by Christi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 July 1851

n ii. TMSMTE?(OT'. r v fy m Austin Female Academy. THE SECOND SESSION of this institution will commence on'Mondny the 31st ol 'March 185lin the new building whicb'llaYbeen erected on the cor- ner of Pecan and. streets for thnt purpose. ffhe school Is under the charge ol Rev. GG. BAGGERLY as Principal with the assistance of his lady. TERIIB: Preparatory Department per Sotilon of Flvn Month 812. Advwced do. " ' 1.1. do. do. including the Languages 20. Instrumental Muslo. nt tlio uiual rate. Lesson in Vocal Muiic And in Plain and Ornamontol Ncrdlowork without charge. . J2r Deductions will be made from the above charges only in case of protract rd illness. Strict but mild diiciplino will bo objened and tho utmost attcntinn will bo given lu the monnnr and tho moral of tho Pupils and evoryioffort possible .will be mado far their intellectual advancement. References : Aifukd Grooms Austin Texas Rev. R. C. Duklkioh Houston " Rev. W. C. Cn.NC Ynroo City Mi .. S. LroKs jUlinton La UoViW. C. D...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 19 July 1851

.tiVinl M;y -n-fiWi) .; . i! A : N 1 II! I r m m- JlOif j !-W iimBiSMTl'eMMl1 JULY-SM Ai.X HamiitIbn. 'A "i -.11 0 .J i 5 -n --. .. a SteS I John Hancock. n - . . ..-. . WTMaiiltdai' Sr. HH(l.or.U'. Arfl2T Ud 'poUnahlVors at Law d .' .t.Tj and In ilui eWrts ul ihe.adiiiiDiAer Dlxlrkis. where ihcvjdav. have StQDori tanl hivsViipjaulo. liu Sunrenw Court at lAufctin and. Galvcsh '.;. -2-:p' States Dtgoli Janea A. Marten. "4 il lil lit. lit ft Witt -I bV & -ru jo -pura funa.I yT')-'WtrBaHd'e- I f.ll ' 4 w ' ' ' I I b " MEIMB.H"A-Nfl)IZE FRP MEW" STOKE u Fccan' Street! Ti I stock' of Mprr'linndlyp itio tin- TTAvIncI !ti received' anloii'llrplv new ntui full XT .l.r.iirni.l uinlilil rrTi(l fil.llr IS'viln ?hn &iKnlliii1if tho r.llijcllB of AlMtlrl nllll vicinity to tho sninoS .which consist pf (-at VITi H ft WUlowing Hats and Uap& JJool&anw Shoes' W '' I iV J Bi i .(ift'flH'tl Aii?Tiy Awn 'tisu 'i mi!; SAN ANTONIO i' I ! . . i . . . ' j 'V ? We mjj"t' fe.wcni urMncy M ! oj...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 July 1851

iujinniimiijiuiiiujnlnip)iiimuuJjM 'VJK-'Mlt I VOL. II. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 26' 1851. ' '(Circulates lit every County In iWstatc) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. BY G&BJBRJBY & BASSPVOH State Printers. Rtifi Terms Removal ! DRS. BAKER & LITTEN have removed their office to the Posiofflcc build-. Ing up stair where they offer their services to the public in all Ihe depart- ments of their profession. Special attention will be devoted to the practice of Obstetrics and thu treatment of leroale diseases generally. 44:f June 21. SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Volume cl Ii(ly-two numbers. Single numbers Ten Cents. In nil cases payment in advance will be required of Sub- scribers living out of the County or Travis or the amount assumed by a respon- sible resident of the City of Austin or the Agent. In this particular there will be no respect of persons or deviation from our terms on any account whatever. tvu vuuiiomia. xiaveritsemenis win oe inserted at Unc Dollar per square of seven li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 July 1851

iSW!WR!BB5!i39R!sB55SSSJi HBBBflN .Si . aemmUbM MM -A t I hTuflflWfrii nfci fi. - -4 iliimnniBiiMiHMmm!! inn mwmi ' ' . ; ffl& MTI &1ZETT1."-f JULY 26 At MP STATE "HIIIMWIH GAZETTE. - ... flitorlW. "W. HAMPTON Aaoooiate Editor. gjJSTjfo SATJJJRDA LY 185if JL r. L JV - ak ..'J''-'f l.Greer. r '" - ' iSWtmni exceedingly to see in the just Washington Lone Star- thq jtromest injustice dona td Col. Grcor in regavd to. his viewsicm the ubjdctlol our pnuiio. aent. yv ny uie eMiwr ui n " i .... 3-fc ws. ft mn. k m i aitkefrzed to announce General ThoMas J. Ckambebs mo. caijr ; tne'approaohlng August election for tho office of Governor of.Toxas.i atlrtMdto wwwunca Colonel JM.T. JoBoos..a.cdidat6 Tor We are asthotlswd tantewttnceilbtifKliflBrrjtRsoKaoandUatofor Gov. ernor EloctiOn in August isext. . i Lo aitWizcd to announce General TmoMas J. Cha'mbebs as n: can; .. (- t7 .. . i: ' : ' . . - . Uidv?t We ae Uovtnwr at tuo next August election. tu ' M-iS'I Wearo authorized to .announce ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 July 1851

mm B3S 1851.' i i TEM&STATElWEimT!1 demonstrate beyond a floubt tho. entire practicability of its removal nt u cost considerably within the estimate niado by the United States Engineers if the necessary means we're afforded the Directory. 'Com- posed as this body is of men of the highest character and deeply in- terested in the completion of the work no man need feel any want of confidence in their honest and judicious expenditure of the money placed at their command. It is but little more than three months un- til the Legislature meets. nud it is of vast moment to the city of Aus- tin that this enterprise should by that time have progressed so far as Jo give that body an.earncst of its practicability in order to induce them to 'lend the necessary aid to say nothing of the influence of such re- liable facilities upon thcit legislation in referenco to providing by law for. works necessary at this point for public poinfort ond convenience. (EP" A private letter from the Rio Grande...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 July 1851

pffv Tsiafts w;swga HOHW IIBIIII I. IS- f? t-i flili I SI "-'fir- iaUi " in nrirr if i tfttih nta St jlS! ..;.. nm-mrnvmrnw juLii.m kin il! "Uj'i; .kv .' ". .dwwi rJ.f"' "yVsi! U4M: 41 ' ' fif?ff firm f ' ' t ' ' Mh 1' t li' JbW5 ii iX'fSi v."-- '''' "iW. -f-iww i" Drin't rkh In debt hover mtMcl .Vcver rhiml" tafll ? '. Ift4ie old clothes aro faded and torn; '' " ViMotjWiin up makejhem dOJ it i hotter by far jiia i iu uniu iu u&ii iyviuj ni j'iv 'Who'll lbvo you tho more for tho sot oi ? Jvi? $Tko hap6' of ymr; vest.- oryouf-bodtB 6V oravVs jhH&& ' IfflJy know youro In debt or rAe hw?i : :nrr r 'iritrittiinlllilebl.rtoniiritll - ' -;."' ' ; . Jfev. r WVcar'bltio If you haVd not the cash. . ' ' ' '" isaft(' -i '-f Orno "Blatter what ao you lot the world know '. tAiukkv- (' u won't jun indent jorauasiii . j u i'I ; J te.otofy6urki;' r fj ' 'i 'ittit viThor.e " no oomforl I tell you in walking tho.fltrcot J2S1' : irt flno clothes If ydu know ydu're ni debt ' &fJ&- W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 July 1851

icnili llWWWKittiliMMW 18517.1 TiXlS:STifllE"0M'E?ETE. IS2S M)tt fccmscracyaad tkc Uilon. Tho venorablir Langdon Cheves in his letter to tho State Rights Convention of South Carolina discouraging the idea of "ieparato'se- cession was influenced in his decision by tho reflection and bclief'that there was a conservatism in the county which if brought to bear might yet save the Union and tho rights of the South in it With n penetrating eye which looks to tho source of all cvit. and n sago city unerring in its application of an efficacious remedy his counsels and hia 'views could carry with them that weight which a long life of public services and of an ardent devotion to his country and her insti- tutions is well calculated to invest them. What he regards as the t (probably the only) preservative of the Union with the rights of tho South in it may be gathered from the followiug extracts from his letter : " The democratic party once already undor the guidance of Jeffer- son in 1798 slav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 July 1851

hHiPPmWWF MJJW'! "SWyj .TEMS'STAiE G-lZEIffi JULY1 'g V I I It If Ftoia tk Ifm .Offers :Picayuao. Cricfctefflftlkig it tke Meictk fThercls"imaiinow living to East )ixfcld Oxford couni'MT who actually caaght in kit mouth a ballot discharged from a muskot. Ho was nt theWtlo of jtldg$water In the war of 1812 mid whilo biting off thb end of a cartridge for the piHposti of loading his gun irns atiwk toy n ball which entered fho left stdo"of his 'face knocking out bight' of his teeth cutting off the end 6f bin toitua arid fnUslhg lr his tllroatc He raised it. went to the hospital staid out tho remainder f his enlistment and returned home with tho bullet in his pocket.- "YVq es relttts an incident even more qttango than this- At tho lcgs of Moriterey; in J.81.6 ?nd whilo Gen. "VVorth'a troops were ad- vancing to fltormjtlte amall fort known as La Soldadn a mnn rmtned Waters an excellent soldier botonging to Capt. Ben McCulloch'8rnn gers caught a Hugo grape allot directly in his mouth. It w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 July 1851

JML"1 HmnnnniiHMiiMi TAKE.GFjjfflSKIi: jm. TEX .Austin Ecmnlc Acailciny... rpilE SECOND' SESSION of (his Institution will commence oriMonrlav the J.A3lst at March 1851 In. the new buildlrtg.which has been creeled on Ihecor-v 111.! V fc Willi MMU PllCCtd lUi lllUt !JUIJUO . CWUUUI 13 U1ULCI trie charge ot Rev. G.G. BAGGEIILY as Principal-with the assistance ofhislady. TbltMS:' ' r Preparatory Department per SeMion of Fivo Montln 8I2. 4cflce rfo. " " " r. '" tio. rfo. including the Languages 20. Instrumental Music nt Uio usua'rrnio. Lesson in Vocal Muiic itndin IMain ondOrn'nmcntiil Nerdlowork wilhoul chnfgo. ji' Deductions will be 'made- from the above charges only in case of protract cd illness. Strict but mild discipline will ho observed nnd tho utmost attention w lo tlio 'manners And tho' morals of the Pupils arid ovcr'y cfibrt possll rrttiiln tits thnu- SntnllnrtttiA firl 1rt nortmnnl ' iwuu iui iuuii iiiiut lVfcuu whvuiiiu ill. Alfred Grooms Austin Texas I Itov. W. C. Duhoak. N....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 July 1851

' SJ.'."." jP 8? 1 i n-' thk if?i JULY j B& . Jr u i jf IU H K: i .l1VWrA8H rrri--fflLitf- rpHKiSUBSCRIBERMW'tcceWIng direct from KeWil'bik. K'Go'ifcra! Ah U'tserimont of - ' '' ' ' l ' Dry'-'GomsGrecenes fJlotlnng Hoots ana A'noesjaats-ana' :iEftr84BaM.WWj) WoidBar'Sad-!'Y: ''."' 1'. T'Vr" iffcry Statimery BlankiBo&Ics fy&t : ' -awftb ' 1 ' t every Variety; J ' ";' amWIchhYofrers W the cltiieni of Atln arid vicinity" at Very reduced prices fof ffej Caah--Qtton--mdcs--tf P'iltHe. WJTjSSn F.stra charce for bad debts at ho will not have any. HW Slow bunde -die So of Temperance HiJK ?n Cw.. w. .usnn winner i ipjih " !'"" " -r OtfCtngresg Avenue opposite the Orleans ffiwe fSMOW OPENING a largo assortment of Merehwdlw. direct from Bw 1". which ho vrilfSELL LOW for CASH or EXCHANOEfof WOOL and(C(?iTf5N ?be Q4 consist in p.trr of Dry Qoadt Clotting Boots and Shoes Halt &!- Hard-ware ITdlloW-ieare JSarlheh-teare Woodwdret BldhHiJiUhs' Tools IM Steel and Nailej f"!1?.. ' Orwe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 August 1851

in ww 1 1 l iiHujfcafflEgg mr v.a. :..-re TFWVY HBhSI V MiMmpiMi! ties; i ? . n i TWVti .'jT.Tyjiin' ' u? r ru J JLJi v i YOL. II AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY AUG-UST 2 1851. NO50 .tm lf ""(T'..r -we 'ir i jnTaxzapStr J- f 'JlH-l. A tfl JR P ?flXri WWHIH &A .11 ..MilKISSIrJi. F?MisMrE .. m mi M"aaBani w""wi ik hi: rw rhi t ' in -1 rH-K7vrvKBVr57'BH.tiiWte w imm l" ".-n rwn"vkJ . v fv i I K9 I Ail I D 1 I nTlM i ' 1 1 1 mm TTMm i sMkB KaSKS&m ixtr nurS-l JS I yGa 't B. (Circulates hi every County In Hie mate) .PUBLISHED WEEKLY 11Y GUSHKSY & SAHJP'i'OW State Printers. S. L. Ai.lun. T. M. IJaquv. ALLIEN' & SACHSY Receiving. Fdnvardinjv and Commission Merchants Corner Main and Commerce Street's near the Wharf IIouston Texas. SJT P.ullfiilar nflcntton given to the weighing storing and shipping of Cot- ton Hides &c &c 44;v Terms SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Volume rl hlty-tvo numbers. Single numbers Ten Cents.. In all cat.es payment in advance will be required of Sub- s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 August 1851

MmpwmMmMiiii'iiF"i" v390 TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. AUGUST' 2. THE STATE CjAZETTE. H. E. iRlyMTJBR. Ed.tor;-J. W HAMPTON Awodalo Editor. i ' JubTfN SATURDAY AUGUST 2 1851 i. r. ' Fir tievcifler. - r. i i i . .. ir n.t TCvPcnftflMnaannmlirlntn for Gov- r-"0 tiro niunoriEL-u iohuuuhiwd un. - 1 -- mr. Kli-niinn in Anmisl ncxl. CiiAMiin$ ns ft'cnn- Governor of Texas. ernor. iiuotton in auuusi nexi. AY'o nro authorized to nnnounoo General Thomas J. Cii dtaftt'tf. nttlio nnnronolilnir Aiirrust olootlon for the office ot M Wo nro authorized lo nnnounoo Colonel M. T. Johnson as a candidate for Governor nt the next August oluction. Wo ore authorized to announce Col. P. Haksmiouoii Beta as a candidate for reelection io tho office of Gowrnor at tho ensuing goneral election in August. Vo nro authorized to announce tho Hon. E. M. Peask as a candidato for the office of -Governor n( tho next August election - Wo aro nuthorlzcd to announce Col. John A. Gbefii as a candidato for tho office of Governor at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 August 1851

X -lW'iiwirjp r ' vi-nnmym imi ii pihm nw m nmum m ) GSBMHSEWMBU 1851 ! TEXASrliTB mWWr -if "?5y" 3 The Democratic Parly. Tho reader vill find in another column an article from' TJie Agh tho leading democratic paper in Maine suggesting the im- portance of the democratic prtrty obtaining the rdins 6t govern- merit at the next Presidential election and Urging tho necessity i a iiiuio jjuuuui uiuuu ui inui puny xxorui ooiiui Jiiiti uuu W03t as the Only means of affecting an object so desirable to all true- lovers of our institutions. W e asroo entirelvAvith The &tA T V w&V4V4 WliUlilT Age (that the rapid growth of this country in all that constitutes tho greatness and true glory of a people onr national power at .home and abroad and unexampled prosperity aro owing chiefly to the fact that the government for nearly thrc&fourths of tho time sinco its foundation has been under the control of tho dem- ocracy and guided by tho great leading principles of that party. It is not th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 August 1851

jT...f-i tjTJT!r I- : t I :v If: I IV :. fcyyfiT - fc 4vy. y-lfcl " s$m TEXAS 07- Tho followjn; M.torsmi fromlUlVttfirt" Wrs . A f .....1 " 1.1) i '.kl Ji ' .m. y-i ir . ... t - ' A. pia .?iV5srjR ' ". r aMilUttltHMWOMUaOfKIHf wiwn. mwni uui -i--. l. ntinnrfml Imr timun ninon wo Iinil tlitP f-jJ-.wSfBi i J v " B " T --- .f TT. 7 tt.fi i -.': V" " "'" i $ ii&wi HiiMPortruljflodVVlTOfecmjfrdnJiIlofccrf-Y1 aft bul lhv offA on iny. path-wny.ro fllilno.j .. Ht;iH' "fhi Vorld njiij;'lV6wri itarkly nnd ijite may dlvido ?!$ li JI Va !nl on vfirned. rilbn ... . . . ...1. ... .. st nntwihn rui ntfif-Mntyn oi iHivain inr i"i in .'- "MW :- 'i'vrTf'r.v 'ii" .':. :.i.....' -i.u.a I nc tw :ny ?" M'J.y " " v.. "."". Tl b world mayrrOWrt tmrwjr nnu ijuc mny w... -iimr iiw.U'nitntii'sig I utill can nbiuo. K ihd"HvWl'gHWo bofP" d 0my kiJtl! 'I'Ua unjl&lrt.pf clouds tho star of wy.nignfc Jfc WUhMRMt' '4 Ml $ Jt i'-ii w sJ.ifcSfitofcft'THblarVirfouhd fit' nndtorni.rictidsRb'dvot km u !1JI Arwi'M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 August 1851

1-851;: -.H M l '" A'Yattkco Rejoinder. ' !' "f " Many readers will remember Mcs. Kirkland's anecdote in her ' New Home' of the Michigan stage driver who 'drew' rein' in a violent Autumn-storm ut (ho gate of one of the fur-scattered cabin of a western forest into which he ran leaving his pas&eiigors n burly iMigusiiman ana two querulous stuck up ' daughters to follow htm as best they might. The doughty John Bull camo in after him.Mcad- mg his.daughtcrs with rueful facet? and sadly bedraggled Skirts all three looking r-.uy mil gru n eii.ni.rli. " I say" said the Englishman to the driver who had ensconced himself in a warm and oozy sent by the fire " I say that luggage ought to bo brought in ye kno" " Wal I should think so tew. If 'twas mine I should bring it in anyhow "fmay get spi'let." 5 " Well fellow why don't you bring it in?" ' ' "Why don't I bring it i?i?" said the other slowly and with an unmitakeable sneer " why I ain't your servant be 1 1 Glicss not that's a berry that d...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 August 1851

AUGUST 2 M i i t i i P i Br )I ' M 1 I 8 ft I Rv . iV f i r It. From th:CMlfi(o (Pa.) T61un?6kir July 3. Hi ; . KftllftcfttixHfcctl8g at LiiHcaatcr. : ' Tho'd6mo'crite of tbb city aiul County of Lancaster hold n also to say whqtUw Mr. Porwin lias qver refund to receive his flwotoffical.0bHj salary during Jus weeks nay month - ot sickness or tnougnt ekmso ho ought to be required to fro or resign for not attending to liis ' jj 30 i8glt inures At our memory is not iiuuiy at joast uirco-iouruib ui the instructions etc. emanating from the Treasury Department i mitice reported a series of strong and spirited resolutions which wora unanimously adopted -After the adoption ot the resolutions Mr. Buchanan address- ed' tho mooting at considerable length in a most happy and elo quent manner. IIo spoke of the strong claims ol JJigler Ulo- Vftr1 aVid the democratic candidates for the Supremo Bench and ttrttod it as' a duty incumbent upon every democrat to yield a fining and hearty support " to th...

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