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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1865

. '$1 appoint-1 (rio* De oírf I ' f«tíi«ní;Pg- veriest abolitiopism defeat of the African slave Iml I these extremists that their itostltutiofa it- £®W# 3%fi insurrections, fire and the Southern heart as long in the United States. Hav- performed inore than the abolitionists ,ve accomplished in halff century, these n Editors witii Sbuthérn '' principles are running into the opposite extreme, that the biz men never ought to have worked, and that lould be expelled from the contitry to . oom for the, Gerrains, who are calculajted the soli and follow mechanical pursuits, the'insults of the late secession per* of this State, ^ho fought them . bloody -'furriners," or degraded cannibals, who were no better than negroes because of their sweaty labor. We are glad, however, to see such sheets coming to their senses. But our candid opinion is that a little wholesome prac- tice is worth a great deal of theory ; and that ■Í rffithft "«hivaJnt j A*t ÍUaatÍAn" mill onrnmon/) ñlouffhinír and manurin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1865

ire W l very " says It seems to bqlau * ¡edby4l<ÜI tiaá' fo Springs.. He I lie lili Th« certain that /•#«> . g,T ^ Military Commission iu W charge of waBEiL , ,„ Gen. Johnston is at Buffi , is anxious to go to work at some honest oc- oupatiou, and set an Example of submission und obedience to the laps of his cotuntry. Philadelphia, July 10.~Jay Cook re- port* subscriptions to the 7i30 loan to the ¿mount of-**.471,300. Boston, July 9.—Detectives Jones and "Wt-ath arrested. at Port Independence, yes terday, John Stewart, who cniisied in the regular arnv a few days ago, on suspicion of being the murder of the two Joyce children He had resided in West lloxbury near the scene of the tragedy, and was notorious bounty jumper, having joined and Ut,s^ri(-Í fiom several regiments under as- sumed names. The evidence against hiiia is said to be very strong. He is 22 years •< ld, haa a mother living in Pennsylvania, and says he was byrn in Ireland. Philadelphia, June 9.—Subscriptions to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1865

I the fuu . hy « cwprc i States, to cither 'by guarantee of bo ac- d according to its >ns; aleo; lliat a ecnted, with good rice the amount of ktt'PP !•, whlcl s Stat >ms, slabs r the fore-- • ton, SB 60. _ 1,0 p0ijá4é i¿ not otherwise pro- |M> "i-*# tw1rp r staUions, . for. , «10. ;t liaraonds, p Bti.nes, etc. . pronrietors or ate* in other .,,r.aiet cified, 6 shows for money, not section, shall pay for turps of, not otherwise spe- Kid skins, curried, manufactured or fin íül^orl ft ritir* •'Vy ? imivCl O pt* 1^1311 % • ;er beer per barrel, containing 31 gal- xjractionai parts of a barrel to pay pro ionately), (see "Malt Liquors,") $1. . ibs, slaughtered, each, 5 cents. Lambs, exemption same as with "Sheep.' Land warrant brokers, under which term is included every person who makes a bus ingas of buying and selling land warrants, or of furnishing them to settlers or other ■ persons, fot license, $25, Lard oil, per gallon, 6 cenfs. Lath, exempt. JUthes, G per cent. , . Lawyer*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 July 1865

Hottxf hay'nfi , sti'oet, (* «MtWt'l ..niMipHjr, ail Calv^.-itou Hangers Aaron Kino. • Kin , nnd fitwmboát J**M id, on Mai Kífete}7«5«bVí eon HttttlUl' nberg's' in their line. t-WlW AAG JIOSIJS * CO., ion merchants A«o •' -V(£'-r' COTTOK-FACTORS, ^ r;ürn^u t\vksíty-y¿c9nd strekt, QfillHrtom Texas, ■I wkm XO. 13 (JARONDELirr STKET, New Orleans, La. • i i i t <. 7. . «ryVW?, .. C. Uv>VKIiM, VIDOH. rOi«TOif, WELLS Ac VIWOK, mWMM COMMISSION MERCHANTS, , t; ; St/uud (íalvcstoii, WptíÍM W'iH wteeiTO CMltnn and other produce fir sale or rVWHl f orders fpr Plantation supplies, wíicii ¡UTohfpiiiiifd by cash úr ««carta by cousigninaut «>" proface. 'luvtrhroions will be 'implicitly obeyed. .V'!(H\UW|, sale prqmiitly fojf'ejrad, and proceeds of ju1<íh ¡i! iv a y* rea Ty when culled lor. jeiltJ-dGm «líberCo.. : G E N Eft Kfci AGE HI -jv fi . m"') i and - j . ■ i COMMISSION MERCHANTS, strand STREET n'.iUrii ' • Galveston, Texas. V pipa f í¡ •' . . COMMISSION •, Strand, i, Begs leave t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 July 1865

in i a* Friday coi een inR the disgraceful conduct of certain partis an during the fire on Friday. We usedtfo) an Entftwh word* "conduct nf people" in its per*, which ra) sense, meaning soldier* a^welt as oat by J-he Gov-¡ the soldiers ^ That they did «o, we have toot the doul>t, and, as we líate spoken several tim&( was run HM '¥& wffW r close of thd ,_jt from New a, dry gawds, Like the who were iffy o passively emission roony and good ' ¡111' built, «"leased o^tby theUov- the soldiers probably ¿taming the m. n>ritJ __ enterprising Yankee. The Geo'-¡That |bey did so, we have toot the slightm family hare, however, been allowed doul)tf ^ a3 weha*e spoken *> vera 1 ,irr_ >?*■ T". 'Si "''""""S ¿Ef-ibtfor. of their outrag-a. we IW th,t 2 ?^StoS¡& ¡7,U eo íS,W¡Te í ¡ " "><* ¿l«r thi. to le pwsed «métié*, Ire, and considers subjugation a fixed fact. 11 tact, we doubt rf we ever saw a parallel y and high-toned of those in the rebel cause, he is no to att guerr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 July 1865

-tal *. it -f 8PEB0H0 | liie Únion 1 pointed « Committee to X HamUilan á*a rqu . ■ ■ ■ an Address tó the ciiizens of Galvesfcou on Thursdáy evénirig last at 7 TP. m., at tac C->nrt House. The Governor assented, he at the hour appointed, when an upop Gov. A him to deliver . ,.... ...j. . this be the rule under ilie of all civilized governments with re- I *ota ADDRESS OF TUB COMMITTEE. •i .¿Sr. Governor :—We fiave been solicited as'a committee of the Loyal Union Association iif Galveston and vicinity, to extend your Exiieiloncy, a cordial greeting and Welcome, i,t their behalf. Many <>f them, like yourself, have long been exiles from the endowments of home, and all those associations which .render; life «weet and agreeable. Yott are not unacquainted with their suff- erings, and their wrongs. Others again, from circumstanoes over wljich they could exercise no control, were prevented from leaving the scenes of tlieir misfortunes." You have not failed however, to learn from fugi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 24 July 1865

stifle, , hUll, <>r kit, Uj9 notee, been observed; and _r 'b&ifoíéitotótóé 'exaa. r of the United «tute , to either t! « " 'ley ir Oldham <*rtUfc iU"— loll will not be w. when those UigeatH plan jvilVatao contain an 'appendix, which wit. iríívé the Statutes of th<s United Stilus, arid such .*>f the Confederate States " a« will bo of use in the courts or Tejsa*. Th* work lia been .exam- ina ' and approved by Koine of th« best legal :iiinds of mm ,; it-ttill « rt/f th tye*r«.«f research and not beneficial mm t pi<operty r va in such nro aVpMa ■h Texfla . ; nil persons "oncei-ned, residents of ... Ga.vestdn. is refrreü to the following -rendered necessary oj the approaching 4dr or occupant of «-very house, yard, i/* Orrit'l, «tow, June 2, 1864. or nfiatmorions on tr^dr, Ordered : That* alt military je«tri. tions upon trhd . Galveston, ) ammunition, gray ootb, and alt fr<>tn whic* , *, 4,««. f all: graph wires, insulator-; and iniftruinen> for operation te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 July 1865

H*KMt!TtKl.síÍ.,; 1 " • ■ íiüVI ,. ¡.tH«,AtA« Jii«fft« i I 'o).:í¡ j¿m\ fit&i (trymmUú-md. ■■ ^ . . ( _ i _. fl • : l^vi'fiff r '^nnié^fuíííw' at'Üiítr oldVtand;* orii Marset lírní ¿SB Ürili flóíí to Hi fcnbertf's «tor-, m m vW#*ti* to a We ud *to t all w 4ík ki their Une. ... ... ,...;.<,U ■k* jy?.,, ISAACS .;* <f<Vl 1 3U 8-.8.Í W" MEE 0 H AN T 8 n;tj'.'. ••wAxki u qf "Í W®'th>1 ' tíotTONfactors,>■'-'• :;'-m stsajh), corner twknty-skcond 8TRKKT,' .' ''' Gulvestm, text#, \, < ¿ ¿ ¡ > rt,(' ,,n M{-, ,'t anp Kl KOí 13 OAROtfDKLETi StEET,' • New Orlcatis, la. bálW . ■ifaTIif ■ xhoifftít ,trr RE CE!VI v&f •••. : r <U ,|i I IÍU.11 |É ¿WW*! iíjíiuís:) CTAL !<> «(til ,wmf n / 1U Hoce léav« mi " MpcMdlW'-tNát tít warding mú Cioinn^ifiíwi t)U9itten%. ,í¿o w strictly to,ni! póttyn, wool, or jyoitycolor Cor planters arid inland ■ M i'vt J. Multmney, «'• V < ? *•> C.8. jjttiujji * ' •' i ",{••■.■,! i ■ fore prescubéqb1 IH-casuvJr.inj'oirrtr oííbjectó,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 July 1865

7 will s 18 « f the 9M associ- ou*ht not to feel the last view of who hare passed We should cherish mae, each lor- n ear me oo- . hoco** ¿iátípü*i -loom of the Will away, aud sweet : it in itss.ejd. r W* am informed by good authority i spirit Is sí ill ramp ttrt iu cwurty- Bel very recently, ers. and reso- ttie war, «ad kav« . The famine good effect of driving leir homes, en the «if Louisiana., wbutt liwj houa would do well, did not the cbaajgwl condi- tion of affairs make against them. Their old are -unable to employ them, white many of them du not actually realise the ne eesíiitv of labor, asé yet they hang loosely around tha. «Id ¡«{antañón*. The places which they- caJtiraied in Taxa* during ii« will probably go hack to their wild or ú scare and remain m tor soase time to e. In toe meautiuit-, however, the uid settlers are doing «21 m their po^yar to re- pmsperity to their section, and are uking skip to repa r and extend the great lines of ra.iroad, width, beginning np- pusiie Vj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 July 1865

come Galveston, I have no.tang. ad. quately express ray feelings. ■9 .■■PBHIHIJBk you and to those you rtpres nt*~í mee ail- tht«T«k yW.-: , l'elluw-eitiáens: To be permitted on mure to stand upon Texas soil aud thus <lwb^^E« fi'dls nao with emotion. I well rent ember wh*n, and under what circo in- stances, T last addressed a publ c audionee in th s city, it was in November, 18(10, wleu ongni i?ed rebellion v isfir-t begin ng liven then I was informed it would not be p casing ip those who were in favor of a disruption of tho Government, for mo to spe ik at all. But in the hope ot' effecting «orne good, 1 did speak at the Market House, ib ¡WJIL., * ' 1 is declarado] nothing but either iu the most aggravi The Repn weak on* ii ......... all the attractiveness of national ty. I form. T Vbn ail public halls being"refused me—and iho*e here now who cm testify hcv earnestly, on that occasion, I labored to dissuade the peo pie of this city from any participation in the proposed rebellion....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 25 July 1865

mi i. -ir-t nmwiim '^MHÍwwíMM'Í** mm mmmm■ , 4ttll ilHl . <-«T «Mragr tti ni' mv /Ü¡ *mwt # tt ¿wl&ittiaui. au P.-*_ ¿> CUmmumU t- ji fc.UiamiLn ;,'09r gilllr iC Í aiwmertft^mwy-SwB «tiuimnik U. TU** <w *aii <4u! mil! due. 11 < m*wtl, .un ti iiu f.tami' •««ii< ¡ i>* < • < f n>i ti í ¿mm* m* *rthu,tíiuí LWuSfaaBftJ a; -JÉiWHt*#* |MÍ .Wf '' • *<•" ^*IllL'«ÉÜ5 PPH^ÍPHHM|IPKWS H Mttft rtüijaÉíitH' atí • 9RMt«ff SutfSb 2Juti«r ■ immim %-i«rÜw.ó' M.F.. em rn*m*,-mL * want <Aém v¿*tn. *-¡g¡aliiw -. tt ¡resHEa at *®ÉÍ2Í¿^ ; «:ac rum.1t .fu. ><u« yw,, „ . : aüLiSSSí"; mmm. ,. TESS^H^i .,* - sísatiif r«HwnniÉwltj «*tü te $«i*Si*itSi tflkc SÓBKÍsSi^r CtaBÉtfíÉ ' .iuurj.ui't! 4 liitli'W.. 3t> Wt0 WMtfn. •MvgMúlLl ri~ Dii.fi ¿j¡i 3 A Hüntóíjit. <ítoy«W(EC tttn«w„Ü ú.* or.i::, ¿ti ;i«/& ¿RtUliint?; t«riS<c><iui \, *!;««. itíjvati'.narnuftaa . itOT.Hnw.wi^ BPjjfij ggpeflÍ&B¿ ¡ 43t rtmiMBUUCiülííiw :í«rM>M#1líUBa«S*.r.,inj^8. «...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 26 July 1865

jpMfM l"k 1, .7: ' KINO. lii'WÍ IkÍ íf J OBO fcir line, IvuofJ t'A. Ornamental • Hanger reparad to attend to all wbfk in 1 ' gagas*"1 "':-, ww. J— i—-—■—i UC WOSESACO., MISSION MB BO HANTS and ^Virr COTTON FACTORS, Vxtt, CORNER TWBNTV-8BC0ND STREET, Galveston, Texas, St- h ' 'aW -i'-iwi V 'fill.1(11 IT fO\ 13 OARONDELEP 8TEJ5T, mplSSmiS. WW:Wutir.w'1t&i t tf«; ■1 Kew Orleans, Ln. Will,.... > .ipmont. ■ivhSn aeWi, .«■]>rpdoei¡: * .:nouat a leadrfwi jÍMlrt c, a, wku-9, 0uarlk8 vibor. W, WELLS * VI DOR, GO AMISSION MERCHANTS nd Oalveston ' " 1 rendered, "anil n i proceed* of I6iá je36-dC Má;ij ibert ft Co.. RAL AGENTS and IS8I0N MERCHANTS, *«d strkbt, ■; -" ;f' Oalveston, Texas. JACK, <3 E R & fr iRNKYS AT LAW, ¿to&Á [|«PyP H;.. is-'D kt,' COMMISSION M¡m > Strnud, Gal ,l*stfs leave tti Inform mes«V especially, that he has o| .'sw,°.r: kirn for shipment or sa for planter# and inland merchant* w by joufllgnmenra of produce or ca«h Longcope, Houston; Vane* A Br s.,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 26 July 1865

nee wit Mho p Civil Exi : a . . „ and it ÜTmf oaíitureaift j^he; absolute <k, would result views were uu: r— ib merchants marked up their goods; prices lusei *b& ,««**K inscription came; B8, robbery, Stealage, >uívBíy>mise*f nn.ex- unihilatujn, ftlj „m vwvaW}?'^. public employ- „ t AT ^ áre instit^w*. Verily t^is is po th?* mea should see it .evi .,^8 l*a.U it an evidence, of a wish to tí iwod gpverpment. But let the fa frit,there is ne ver a mar- Ty,snap?-who has nothing to willing to work for money S. ^tóSrTJerman Livingston, A -lTOií£SCéá, Oapt. Bristow, arrived „ day from indianola, the latter eightpasaengars leaves this morning, f<K,,]S[ew %■ \V? ;li*k Hy .. ;. . • ., . if ft ! (ire informed that thai United „jf. Tápahannock, is outside ■ ' -V *,%. iroper to carry out rof :tó oUnite4 ttjiWe the «Wig , ites to the pep^lf? of Texas, in «ec iring them in the enjoyment of a Eepublican form of Government: now, thkrkfork, in obedience to the gh and solemn duties impos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 26 July 1865

admass *tity southwesterly breeze, so®o upas character, the heat u r* oppressive. The stock of cotton further accessions Buyers have scope tor selection. According journal, we find the receipts a night, i É II ^ recaí 'Hi jo® fcarin* S&tuíday jíht, and the stock on hand this morning, t.a for ÉM1 l^do oii^rwise, would b í zreuly to the i ft juitf of ¿heinselve* and the community at large. Bat let it be ^nteratood that cora- binfttiopK among those interested in secur- ing their labour to prevent them from hiring • to persons who will pay the best p ice for „uch U&1# and tq ostracise in society thoee who oppose such combinations, will meit with uo^tivor at the bands of the people or Ooverument of the United Sta'es. And &4ttd$r compels me to say to the people of Texas tli;it if in the action of the proposed convention the negro is chnraet r- "¡zVd'or treated as, less than a freemim, our Senator* and ^)V<^efitaiiyes will seek in vain admission the,Halls of Qon^ress. It Li ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 26 July 1865

teed into thé New members $3 ay*, and no mure ion three iMtt" ' M mm i ' ■kM«I — tea'fe log that the no- rown, now in cus ie will offer node- . „ I ath, and that is right •he will- be executed, and fat no ▼ baa mm for twenty-five if they should be It haft had two rc The income of the Gresfc /Sanitary Fair at is about 3X0,000 per day. Jeff. , Bible and album are there, and.in the latter are the autographs of John P. Hale, D. Webster, V. Ewing, Z. Taylor, Millard Fillmore, SJL Douglas, J. Collumer, T. H. Benton, Albert flfinthrop, Preston King, Ale*. H. Stephens, J. R. Giddings, H. Clay, J.Q.Adams. I Queen Victoria. will visit Germany in . next, and on the 24£h of that month „ meet the Prince and Princess of Wales, the Prince and Princess Royal of Prussia, the Prince and Pxinc ss of Hesse, and all the members of the royal family at Oobnrg, who intend to be present at the inaugura- tion of the statat' of the late Prince Con- flort. P.ne wood. 35 cofds assorted, at $8, for «tie by jui7t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1865

HpiÉ| I,* V««| nsa-uu .«'«í'iitfy i. .v TWEXTV-SUCON $TREKT, .'ir • > . it" on, Tcxuf, sO. ta (CA-KONiíKLKT. STEET, fiitíiHm sw Orleans, La. ■. I ! <-V C1ÍAK1.E3 VIDOR, ' ó «. viíí, ; ,, , woLsrotf, WBLts ac vipou, .< fENÉRA1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Stiaiid unlvrstou. \VÍÍÍ receive ;<Mton and. fttjber .fttjpWf for .sala or v ! ¡(rtVio t. Wflfwxéí'üt* orders for Plantation supplies, n luja ¡ictiompttiiKMl hy <jaáh or secured by consignment f ; produce. lustiuctioiia will be implicitly oh^ied. A dcOBÍu:*Hi£s prumpUy ícfiderej. and proceeds pf le ufwayd ren'y wtíeu called for. ' JeHGrdflm V-—lim rr-Tíi -"-'jrir *firf 1 !'■ O') ; f- Gilbertfío,. ¡kllAL AGENTS AND , COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ¡ ó?b, ■ STRAND 8TREKT, \y3,lüj[ i Galveston, Texas. ''u B> L LI ^ G illfe" JX C K, Z ,f'; AmRNÍTS AT LlW,'<;i ' t Galveston Texas.t ,At their old office, Post Office Street. -1 l-Gmil 1 •! •> , : U // 1 chant, rawd, Oalvestoa. ! ilfB leftve to inform Ins \! aspesialljr, that he L ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1865

tie remaining with fill1 the rev _ .withan amend- Hamilton'* l on month ago, rbo charge us ; them into ted. Thif lid dispute rernor is ith fully of mKmiM , and Ipl ire reach the ¡vil Government, r that dead horse >t the situation are tw:> vessels oi|l- received no able to We are indebted to some friend in th navy for a Mobile Tribune of July gut- the following unimportant dis- now dale: Jv well kéown, enterprising pain- King. are constantly receding of paint, etc. 8ee advertise- * for the California wine very good. The yield will ever before, unless some ex ¡ne should befall the two millions of vines are cmditton. NEWS. •Said he had l>«cu a self-exile ly thanked the peop'e that neiti«r ly nar his property h*d been dis- during his abrence. He was an old * >d become attached to the inetitu Javery, owned fifteen slave . when he left and thought he could live without them ; returned to find that the revolution which was to enslave them, had made thern ty <pRRP and orders....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1865

Law . c<M ■ lithographer*, productions of, 6 pr Cent, ¿ivery stal-le keers, under which term is inc uded every peis^n whose occupation i to keep horses for hire or to let or 10 keep feed or boa¡d horses, for licence $10. Loan of moirey—Any loan of money, or Hiiy advance of money on security, whether reWew nted by n. t ;, ccrtiflcate, check, re- ceipt or other evidence not otherwise j r<>- vtded for, and not infcluiling rtiot tgages, if ,,n demand, for every hundred ¿ollura, or fractional part thereof, 2 cents. Loan oí money—If to be paid at a time designated, for every $100 or fractional part thereof, 5 cent*. Lotions, same as " 'Medicines." Locomotive*, ad valorem, 6 per cent. Li ttery ticket dealers, under which term is incluid every person, itesocsation, firm or corporation, who sliali make, sell or offer to sell lottery tickets or fractional parts there- of, or any token, ceitificate or represent- ing or intending to repr< sent a lottery ticket or any fractional part...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1865

«t .tip ill «M í ence ereunder; and that Je by, an¿ faithfnl- proclamations which ¿refers# ios the r.u 86 help rae WmW )t well ftffeQted towards vernmeut and loyal to it vn, bu permitted to takes aid oath id election. Thiso.th wilt/ntf id to any purson embraced in y.,-,-fill.exceptions to the PreWd&frtV Proclamation of Amneií.ty !éicfipt Jfoc the purpose of presenting a petition for special pardo , and - when taken for inch papóse, yill not eiatUfe thep^v.ty tovptauutil special ]p$•■Pawned. , ..:j.® ta '1 í . - ,,^uventit n. thus to W asnera• hied will be inveatedwith full power to alter or amend the present Constitution of the State or Rattle a new one and submit their action in either case to the qualified voters of the State for tljeir acceptance or rejec- It is c&pe&tttd, of course, that the action of the Con ven t ion, if.raitiifiijd, will' provide for all 'that m.'ct?s«arily follows in the organi- zation of a full and complete State Govern- menú 6th. The general la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Flake's Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1865

J, IWW. AMERICA: ▲ PROOLAMATT/M la testimony wh reof, I have h reuntosot o''February, 1861 (the date of the so call< d |my hand, and caused theseil of the United Ordln meo nfs«,* ic. • Communis t J 'I'll© l\ A t Í 1 ? AIM ■ ÍS /J Ell VOL. 1. ISAAC MOSES iV CO., i" O M M I K 8 10 X M E It 0 HANTS A XI) COTTON FACTO US, INN'UK TWKSTV-SBCUXÜ STKKKT, (iiilt'esfoTi, Texas, and NO. 1.1 OARONHKLKT 8TKKT, New Orloaus, L:i. nl.iillin I.IV nn|.,]'UN, c. (i* frKLM, CUAIU.KS VI 1)011. trowro.w «* VIUOH, V ENERA L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Miiiud <>aiv«-ston, i/'ottmi muí oilier produce for Kale or cute orders for Plantation supplies FLAKE'S DAILY BULLETIN. G A ié\ESTON, TUCTRSDAY, JULY ^7,"l8G5. NO. ÍÍG " iveeiyi) ini. Will < xi' i"'ii M'-i 'impiiuli-tl by crwii or scjurfil hy ci>nslg'n'in ut |ii<MÍiii'<', Instruction!! will In- linuliellly obeyed, .■•uní Miles promptly rendered, ui'id proceeds of • .i.ways rcii 'y whon called for. jo:i(!- t(Jal Oilbert A' Ca., GENERAL AGENTS a...

Publication Title: Flake's Daily Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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