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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 24 July 1851

V - ÜKm"' ; ■ y •. i •• c tJTlUtt *1 A*:,/3t ^^0Cíiíe Srv i- • ¿t •á-!",>«.'lv^ : ! T ♦ ítw 'Éjffr ' YOL. 6. WVV VVWV VV v-v >#N WECKLY MV JOI1X D- LWOA:v and THOMAS Sl'EIWE, AT 3 I ADVANCE, *4 IN SIX IKONTU , OH «3 AT THE EHtí «r THE VEAIS. aa&ss VICTORIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1851. TO TUB PEOPLE OF TEXAS. -Two yeiira liuve passod r full FKIXOW-CITIZENS !' •lace 1 hail (bo honor, by u cull from my follow eitiiena, to present a brief exposition of ibo «lows and principles which wero to govern ine ' íh the event of my being placed, by their par- tiality, in the Executive chair. The chaioo having fallen on me by the result of the August •lection in 1840, it bocamo neeojwury that 1 'Should furnish to the people of the Suite, thro1 tier Legislature, my opinion upon the various subject of Slute policy, and to. recommend ■ucli, ai in my judgment were best calculated to meet the wants of the country and promote the genoral good. In tlie performuiico of this duty, I liuve ulw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 24 July 1851

'iV¡ ':¡&y "•/') "*1S8HHP L, TEXAS: UNO. JULY 34. ras- ris«d to announce the IIuu. a cmuhduio for ro-eleo the Woitern District, st ileclion la Augu«t nuxt. to annouuco the Hun. )rottuoóiinty.tt*acuii- uf tho Unitud Htitto*. ] to announce Gen. Huo« i, n« n candidato for Oou- l Cotiftrcaeional UiatrU-l, t election. > Ciipt. ti. K. Lr.wis sa a tho Won turn Cungro* . 8. CongrcM, at tho A u- Tho laat New Orleans newspapers bring us (he sorrowAil, and hoart sickening do* toil* of a duel, recently fought in that city, between Col. T. O. Hunt, and Mr. J. W. Frost, in which the hitter fell, mortally wounded upon the second fire, and died in fifteen minutes. The victim in this un- happy conflict was one of tho editors of the '-New Orleans Cresont," nnd was also lendiugnnd prominent politician in the ranks of tho Whig party. We hnvo no heart to give the particulars, nnd hnvo re- ferred to the event, moro with tlio view to express our decided abhorenco ef this mur- derous relict of a bar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 24 July 1851

Wnm Mm '.".'..,,•• >' ÍJS I 4 I I and Thompson—and thnt as they had squeezed him a little too hard, lie did not care how soon the matter was exposed. "Edward Curtis hearing this, at once wrote to the President, demanding on in- vestigation, and he has come on here to follow up. 1 doubt exceedingly whether Gardiner over mide any such statements —it is wholly different frem his character here; mid if ho did, the high characters of the gentlemen whom ho Im6 attempted tu implicate, as welt as Mr. Curtis' prompt ac- tion, stamps that portion with falsehood. ]f Gardiner's evidence is n forgery, it ir the best got up I ever heard of. 1 have seen the evidence, and it gives a plain and apparently truthful account of his proceed- ings, its minuteness aluno throwing any doubt upon it. "If Gardiner's claim was fraudulent, so was that allowed to J II. Meara, for a less amount and proved by the same witnesses as Gardiner's. The public may rest as- surod that the President will probo the matter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 24 July 1851

ilfl- í" 1 ■ ¡t".: i" ■ : i %.# - - í-. ™SSíP!S8; 4« " t wk éé U:,'\ sfeí" :§fi • Vfo i ' Ral H «Emgas ;.'• i Ü ■■m (ion r< i'AT'S Phoenix Bitten. f Insn before the pub* YEiBS.Md untamed a hieli ohanwtw ' the globe for thair Minor power of restoring perfect lift under nearly every kind i human frame fa liable. THOUSANDS «, they have even reamed ; verge of an untimely gravs, > nostrums of the day had ut- many thouiaudi they have that uniform enjoyment of life itself to bat a partial d, haa their elBoaey lava- ved, that it haa appeared ' nilraculuus tp thoae who were > beautifully philosophical prln- Lhey aro compounded, and upon quently act. It wat to their I in purifying the «pringa and enduing them with re. it, that they were indebted for L of pernicious qnacker'iee which >le ingredient*, the T.TWTt WBTiT. >ly uud solely vegetable j and con- r Mercury, nor Antimony, nor Arie- p auy oilier mineral, in any form whatever, are entirely composed of oxtracta from rara ' 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 7 August 1851

\ i mt':* '-m Vol. (>. I'Lit Moll I.II Hi:i¡liLV UV JOIIA «. LOUtN AM VI M) THOMAS ÜÍTIHIN'E, AT ¡¡>3 IN ipV ( TORIA, TEXAS, TlIURSafy, Victor llutto on the Oo .tli M'vtialiy, sl'UKCII in dupknc .. ok his 8 >n. The following speech win delivered by Victor Hugo, in defence of his snu, Charles Hugo. on the trial of the hitter in Urn Court ot AksIzcs of iho Seine, for li iving wriilon and published in the Eeenbnent, tin article condemnatory of capital punishment. Oontlemou of tho Jurv:—When I hoard tlin lirst tvurds of the Advócalo General, 1 supposed for n moment that ho was about t<> abandon the accusation. I was soon unde- ceived. After all his efforts to eirumvent nnd to comvul the roal points of dobatc, ho was led, by tho tinturo of his subject, to de- velopments which have oponed every ns- peot of the question, so that tho question, in despite of him, resumes nil its original greatness. I do not complain of that! I will approach tho accusation immediate- ly ; but l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 7 August 1851

M A TEXAS: IG. AUGUST 7. t in to-daya paper. They toy determinad lo toll cubap for I ere indebted lo Ihu klndnoaa of r, of the Albarabra Iloute, i lump of ice. We di- illy among our noighbora who hod n glorification over I not forget to remember the nl donor. Wo return our favor, and hope our friend (tornera. Catsimor Western Tex- Inoded widi tlyte. worm hat ngain made it op* m mo t of the plantations in thia i have done very torioue dom- It is III ut a half herev far o* wo I Navidad country will Had the warms kept y planters on this river would i one úndji half to two bales MS ah o trh Navidad" r_jljc auction in this plains on Thursday bat. He woa bid off by Mr. P. Dickf«rd at #307. Jimba did not like the idea of being confined to the narrow limits of a planntlnn,or to h ive his freedom boun- ded in any way; so he concluded to try his living agiin in tho woods, and loft master after'a few hours ncqunln- him. Mr, B. was very hind to but the ungrateful wild mnn would not reciprócale ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 7 August 1851

w m Fkamful TuHNADo IN O.NKIDA Cou.NTV N. Y.—A vory destructivo turnado passed over n purtion uf Oneidu County (N. Y. on the afternoon of tlio 10th ¡net. A let- ter frurn VVhitesboroiigh, in ihut county, to the N. Y. Tribune, Buys: " The day linii been quite warm, but cloudy, with n light brcezo from tlio south. At hulf-past 4, l*. m., ii bluck cloud arose in tlio Bouth-west, and us it nenred us a huge rolling m iss of white vupor sectn^d to lend it on. Soon it* lury burst upon os, nud tor about hull" a milo in width ns lar north and south as wo httve heard I'rom, tlio cfl'ects were truly terrible. '•At Pecksville, about four miles south from hero, (us far us we have heard in that direction) it assumed the shape of n whirl, wind, and' si i/.inir ||m Inrjri'.st trees in its giant grasp literally twisted them In twain and ejirn.vl ihem to a'vast distance. It un- roofed anil destroyed some buildings tVrr, and passing along in a northeasterly course, struck the beautiful church at Wales...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 7 August 1851

hoenU Bitters. now aren hnfor th pub* S. «d ¡iract.r 155. ,ver oí rcitorúij perfect Jlériiig uud« r noarly every kind lh« human frorno m liable. MAOT THOUSANDS , tl« y have even raicned v.iK of an untimely gr ve, iro n< lruuiu of the dty hu í ut- to miuiy thousand. they have " rin enjoyment of f i* but a partial tliel* eftluany inva , tliat it line a iraculiiua to those who were utifully tillilo.'iciphlcal prin ' y ure compounded, uud upan ueiitjy act. It wo# to their • action in purifying tho irprUiga and enduing U#n with re y\flor, that they were iadebted fur of pernicious qiuckerie* which lent#, the " aolely vegt,titini. ¡ aun mm ooy«|,or Arie- ll ttuy form whatever. from rare which, though ÜV recently , ure ui to* era to nevor oeruro odmiui.- a combination, cHiin a comnuiauon. to loosen from tho coata of the various impurities and ; a ud to in the r tnedi- luoti Costive hie mi l due ® VICTORIA is now completed. OTaj ¿©a© On the w< si sirio «f tin1 River is in «mil traveli-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 1 November 1851

/> ■ M extfttr> PIIBLIÜHRO WEEKLY UV JOHN I . LOU AN AND THOMAS STEItNE. AT «Ü 1* Cl> VANCE, «4 IN SIX JflON'I'HS, OK $A AT THE ENU OP THE A - v t~K •> i\AA«V A^AA A <NA/VWV\AAA/<I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1851. Vol. 6. VIJTORIA, TEXAS, "m w 1 ,1 ' From «lie New York Express. Lntcst news from Hie Yncblers. Tho following is s-.id lo hnvo linen writ- ten by one nf thn "forre<ln hands, on board Iho ynclit "Ailicrlcn," to n friend of his hora; mid gives, we presume, an nccurnte. ns it certainly is graphic, sketch of the events it describes: The Royal Yacht Club «in a Fix." [.4 new Song to an old Tunc ] Cobiu listen to my di-.ty, uml u sung to you I'll sins. Of four and twenty yachting boys, nil anchored inuring; • * 11 was the ' Royal Ynoltt Club," Qcimne of Engluad'spride, And tho pride of nil tlis yachtlil'g «tubs that ever hail'd from Rydoj luui WM Anu near Iior lay .another yhcht—tho beautiful ' 'Titania, Tho prido nnd linnet of nil who folt n prido In old Britanni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 1 November 1851

«3t % 4 VAC ¡rate sap ■m Petoldum t to learn D. Logan, Esq., Wo expect > which will i y next. We to enew Itimn* of if we did in '^v wife r, wo would hat from pure rolen nod for u arduous In- this paper alono for t> past ,t .... i. . because wo itid to nngwor h fcut , ! M fi Tho President of llie United Sute luis' Milliter lu Commodore Ntcvcwt. issued his proclamation, warning nil Auto j A sumptuous dinner was given nt tho (icon citizens ugiiost participating in the A#l' r House, New York, on the night of war in Mexico, saving that thitv will there-j 'ho ~"d inst.f hv the Yacht Club of that by furfeit nil claim to the protection ol the! city, 'o Commodore J. C. Stevens, W. E. United States, and subject themselves to Slovens, mid Ctol. J. A. Hamilton, «tiÚr you want ome «Is ' ■" .ill next time. Besfáe ,J wo money ourself. Winter ia coming 01 , and «ir garden hoi but little milk. to, we want dimes oiir bread with, and t * mmjlC ' ' ' " ' ''■ W# had iho •iííKiii ; w. ¡gas',... „ m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 1 November 1851

u '• /'■ S,i' V.' J | i > TIm New York AuKwIuled Prow. A Commitleo of the British Parliament recently took the testimony of Mr. Hornee Greeley, relative to the condition of the press of the United States. We extract the following portion referring to the asso- ciated press of Now York, which, it will be seen, must do an extensive business: Chai man.—You go to considerable ex- pense in obtnining news for your papers from various parts of the world, do you not ? Yes; but muinly it is by tclegrnphing from (UfToreiit parts of the country. The lending journals have correspondents; butthegront item of expeusn is telegraphing, nnd send- ing off bonis sometimes; when steamships do not touch at Halifax, we sometimes send off boats to intercept them. You havo correspondents in different plncos, who telegraph up to you any oc- currence that may be interesting? Yes, all over the country; a net-work. You employ those correspondents to pay constant attention to such things ? Yes; but telegraph...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 1 November 1851

i r- ers. ' grava, ' A ut. liav nt of partial ieaey in va- ii lis appeared ■ lo tho** wíw wer* illasQphical prin- muled, and upon ft «ni to their ifyiiiR the springs ill Ilium Willi r«- i indebted fur VICTORIA completed. ®aá<'i®a® fin tin' ii i*i a u« oi tlic Uiv r in in L'onil travel- ing condition, and will be k -| t in good repair by OWKNS ft f'UTTON, • Proprietor* <•! the liriilge. Victoria, February H. I OS I —41 ->■« I' rates of toll F.ntj tdished by tha firitlge Proprietors. Cnrt , with two yoke of oxen, ¿5 cotila. PlnMuruji^rriiigof, mid 2 Horse ;• cotí ,* ' 29 MfTTnvTfi Ai mm IHHSi Willi lit'': , or sudden IXarrlxna Tilia faot la weH niata who examine tha - the prejur I tin' qimok '•c.i of the i« to n, by Una I nctioii el i tbo regularity of the J, which tafew i ta red f tha liver and lungs, before t litem, Ml II > lib . - J mmMÉM' I'V #wt« Sons , lifts feci • llliMl'i f..'' te'i ' '■1 Ú ■■wm ■iá m « w ' AGUE. i 'western country tliw speedy, and nertiifn ave.the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 13 December 1851

t J¡;Í A¡ t'M t 5 tit,s \v s:a£út totsx l>. U)li iS A.\l> 'J'IIO.IIAM «riat.Mí, L< W «!* SIX niOMIlK , Olt $5 AT TUB END OP TIUB VEAII. — '\'V^rvvAA,A'S<%, « ¡MBEU 13, 1851. ~vwwv .2Jf:,í-ira l'EXAS, SATURDAY wxmmgm VICTORIA a« srusrvwar'jf/y^a&t^ K!*VTW'-,'a«rii v. $ mm m mWm^ ■ i • j aowi <£XK'zn. WM. HESS JONES, ATTORNEY tit LAW, and MIT.lftí PI'BllC, dómales, Tex</.v. iíiiiii yj ijD-u ÜÍJ¿j, UAL FIN A. . (XNMNfillAM. ' (¿11). 31. KKID. • CUNMXGHAM & it HID, ¿iTT</itxi:Yx .'IT J;A /r, Will practice Ui^rilicr in ilio eountio* of l)e Witt, tionzulea ami Lu Vaca. Nov. í T\rOTICI':—The | urtn< rsbip heretofore cxiri- J_ 1 in# between A. S. (.'unmujibain anil S, A. "White, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Victoria, Nov. l2J, IUoU—31 WILLIAM S. (¿LASS, Attorn c y a t L a to , Vii•.loria, Texas. j AMEi3 Fallen, Sltto.ructt fit li itbj, Vietoriu, Texas, 'WSTIIJ, practico lii profession in th. conn T j tics composing tin' truth Judicial l)i>- ÍJ&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 13 December 1851

i A, TEXAS: Y MORN INO, DEC. 13 ■ sis «tí \ hH vMnP • Representa* , M. Sta *p, l'or important Pub- cumoni , smong which fa tho Report lionera appointed by Oov. i Land Titloa West of tho « document of aomo 00 >at eoufi<lenco ill the 4justice of tho Cummls- ' J. 11. Milikii, and Mbn. Wu. faSjfi' to «v^oin this delicate duty woa'.©ntfiiat^d by líio Governor, end we ata do:doubt their Roport will be found of II 'greatest aervico fn settling tho voxod question of land I ¡tica In our neighboring counties Wk t of u>. We ore glud to observe that «orno of the Ilincaa men of Now Orleans nro begin- jí.,4k <iiayíaiiUt eyealotho importance custom by tho beat of Wo would direct if our rsadera to two now r to-day: tho ono of Mr Store, No. 4 MoMrn.II. nijlvp 'J'urnitua^doBlprti- ÍT These Ruler gentlemen neatest and best furniture ^ 'ontajii/tho city. Inierual Improvement*. ' This subject ia attracting ybry general ntion jhroiighout our State—a thing ' wo aro plonscd tu see. In nonrly ei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 13 December 1851

'^mSmrnP jÜl' «■ la •'#% ,?í3 NEW GOODS! b V- .' I .. ' of tlio room in passion, nml tlio exhibition ended abruptly. As far Pwf Allco-tlmt nplIE uiu¡,iv¡tn,d ,mvi) reinuV0(j t|lcir rogue—ho hua Konouff to Englnnd by tho A sl lllu ,ll)ril ho,llie,ollo dour W(.,t Inst Peninsular unu Oriontul stcuiucr. of tin. (jiuiio Hotul, whero tlt®y uro rocuiviug ~ íruia N. Orleans, u largo ntiil varied usaortincnt of DRY GOQOS. MI© Tub Foot's Reproof.—Theru wits u ccr- tnitt tiublaintm, (niiys Hishup Hall,) who kept a fool, to whom ho one day jfiivo n i sttifl', with it cltnrgo to keep it until ho eliould meet with one who wtis n greater fool thttn himself. Not many years after that the Qoblciii-m loll M«-k unto donth.— Tho Ibol camo to sno him. "I must shortly Icavo you," said tho no- bleman. "And whither art thou giilng?]' "Into tlio other wurlil," said his lordship. "And when will you return again; with- in n month?" "No." "Within a year!" "No!" "When then?" "Never1." "Nkvkb!" said tho fool; "a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 13 December 1851

JA m i fcmtítfc mentí. wi— i w.u- ti"."jiiuwwTJ> O. W. ADAMS, (iüCCESSOK TO I'VHOX, AIIA MS & 00„) i FORWAZUDXXrO, AltD C0VMIS8I0X MEIUIÜNT, Lnrnen, Tria . LOOK AT THIS. fflHK NOTES of tlm Noiilinrn Ituuk X orHIlMlKSipnl. ut Holly K|iiIii|¡h, #ii- dorattd by K It L). (J. Mu.us, ol' (JulvcKton, will bo taken by tho undoraigiird in oxclmngo fur OOUI)8 «I tile luwom ci.hIi prlco, mul for llm paymoul of nny dol't duo us. Also, when wo (a* Y"> •oiiidtiiiicB do) liuvo ii I'nw Ii und rod dol- ían in gold iind silver, wo will bo Imppy to tx- chango il (or llie «boro paper at pur, to our •ountry friend*. FULTON 4 HrNSLET. Lavaca, Juno 10,18SI—tf—0 Assorted Koiiirli mid Dresseit LUMBER, Landing from ¡Selir'i 'Jluena Vitla^and 'Mary.' 1 OA StkSt^Tft F12KT Florida Yd- l/#WjWvw low Pino rough nnil drcaxcd flooring, inch boards, wcnlliorboaril , lé and 4 inch do., mid fcnntllnj h'A n fixO— whicll wilt bo aold nt $34 for drusaod, and *22 50 for rough, for cadi, collón or corn. 9 R. M. FU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 3 January 1852

VI f •> r * T(i 61 & CO., ,jt' .i£¡M %é|> .WIíKKlff «Vx $ *asp AM) THOMAS STEBSiE, Al"** A A*A1VCE, *1 IN SIX NO.VI'US, OK $5 IT THE END OI Till] YEAII. If ¡DCUT- M :<t . . . *)£* il^lltl. 11 tx JilOllUH ill JÍJlLFlN* iv: LfiVl JJAyiNtl-removed to ilióir « w w ■mm >.D > ■? i „ AJitíT- lo lio entitled ;in Act lo cii'^i ^ngjf Int. i'i'iil liii|i«-oveiiiuuts 'iií tii ó título .olTnxus. ' H . , . loase* * ^KjP&hrc 1: Tte ¡l (foriiivly oicuwrtl T*<*¡rtlj\VoiiA 'fyfa ¿AM'É (loor Bust of S. Qolaiiuvi^.*Mjj¡i; ■..-, nv' efeiíiy1n>'i,l * Y , '*5 tbrin ibu pooplp ut'Vliiorfc, :ijul ilíit puNiii-''í*" ,J1 . eritlly, thnt thojfrhayi ju-it'fo-eivcd u «large.awl h:('.FCby'srri ^cit ¡is a, jwpetual well ii,soiled «lock ol Victoria, fKXAS, satuíida^, January a, iss* —i**"!"" L"i"j¡jr IÍÉÉI Tie it < ntrhtcd by the LcgUlu- It' "J 'Texang, í'lmt twi mil- or* uf said company «Hall '.ccuro .Vo State rtjj:Jii'st irfty loss of principal >dft interest no Junflijd to mi id...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 3 January 1852

f ♦ 1 \ «L "f \ \ ft NOT VICTORIA, TEXAS: JRDAY MORNING, JAN. 3. ____' 11-. Nkw Ybah.—Wo lender to the he AJvooatcJjUuWí''mplí:m ;iiiB of , mid our*T>e t wishes for their ppiaeu. May onch return of season bring to them an In- and wisdom, and through- land m ty pence and plenty e to abound. Wu have just received a pro |iectua lor a «ouülláoo of Hiiylor University, full length engraved portrait uf the Uon. | 2'° the IVuttcts of Baylor University: Daniel We litter, price 93. Tho admirer* | I" compUtaneo with your request, I pro- of tho great Massachusetts statesman can . sent my scimi-niimitil Report of tito progress procure this portrait, which Is suid to bo tho! and intcninl condition of the Institution, best copy of tin original ever issued, by «d- j ' 'l6 Soioion of 1«51 closed on the dressing tho agent at New-Orleans, E. W. 13lh J>e««mher, under favorable circum- - -. -¿¡¡¿mj? Z .j rfíS-., ' '-^5^ ríi Vr ' FIIMfFir' "Í- ;W ■Sia J Tb« Musical Entertainment, noticed in Mir hat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 3 January 1852

* X / r '■ • •. I. • cr- •cnt (ICS , |wn -rf ii" i CEfi Orj/ Goo l¿m ni. Cu > l'( )ir-- point incut of sniiv) other person ol sudk'ii itl authority. Tho tono o I t he ofliclnl paper IB high, just «mil American, nnd it corres- ponds with nud is worthy of tho elmrnctrr of Mr. Wcbstf-r. Privtito letters hnvo ulso been sent to Mr. I,;ivrcncp instnirtitvjr him, in tho most urgent terms, to prueecd firmly and promptly. Within half n« luur after intelligence of tho outrage upon tho IVomcthcitis ri.'ttch- od Washington, Mr. Webster tuulrc-s-rd a letter to th« President, rec.voinmendin^ tho cinploytnent of a compi tent naval arma- ment to protect our commerce and rights. Vessiils óf war havo accordinjrly been scut to Chngrrs, S.n Juan and San Juan del Sud. The delays in i'io r teeiitiotVof tlir Clayton nnd BttUvor trr/fty have rosuUed from the N Q n< r, poet ■nml slilj. I hlcuna. pstic ilitTtculdes in Central ^America.— ! Mnreolitn, whocumo hflrcVliar^ed to general adjustinent, with'" ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texian Advocate — 3 January 1852

J.' ' * sk«í..v *j A Kt 1astontiscnuHte. W. ADAMS, I TO PVHOyj ARAMS St V"..) , mvABOiNa, i*t> ICIÜNT, Larnen. Tfin*. I AT THIS. iho IVorihcrn Biiuk llpjlli at Hullv Springs, hi- (3. Mli.U, of Oalvc«tuii. will undorsignt'd in exchange fui lowest otiih price, mid fur ili< 'obi dun u«. A loo, when we do) hnve n few liundrt'd d • > I - nnd wo will bo li*i| j y to ox- r (or the «Iioto paper nt par, to our .. m FUI.TON it HFNSLET. nca, Juno 10,1861-tl-H AMorled lt iiffh and Drntcil LUMBER, fratfk SchrU 'Ruena Pitta'' and 'JITary ' F15UT Florida Y. I- jnw Pino rniiffh «nil 'ing, inch boards, w ntlierbn#ril . neb 3 ., nnd «cintUng 2*3 n Cxfl— wliicli will tie sold nt $.1¿ for dressed, mid É22 60 lor roughi for cash, cotton or earn R. M. FUftpES. Lnvarn, Nov. 4. 1051. mm ANiQNiQ mm, PORT eapala, xmuj. i.u im.iiWiinp iHi'i jm r. tt iliai livr house is in good repairs nnd tliui tliu «un aerninmodiit tier Irlemls in tho best m nnor. Oood stable# htTo been prutldod. Willi careful hostl...

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