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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 January 1866

\ THE cm. ■.— Bat. Dr. Hatckiaaon wfa^iinr % Lecture Woca the Hotuton LjtoMm in tkt Old Coart Hoaae, od Thursday tl* gtfc 0f FMnwr, 1866, «t T J o'clock, P. U ga^. iect, " Tti« Phvaioal ScieneM." Tht-,ub. lie. >nd ladiea particularly, are requeat<| to attend this mm all aubaequent lectures. The owner of the bnl erected on the corner (( Main and Preatoi ■treats i* pushing tbo work ahead as futu men and money can do ao. This will be one of the fineat bnildinga in the city when completed. It aeems. by a notice published in yesterday's News, that we were mistaken in publishing Mr. B. Harrington as looal of that paper. Mr. H.. we ar* informed, was filling the place temporarily. The present local Is a gentleman who hat bod conside- rable experience as a journalist aud wiel is a ready pen «nd will not fear tQ speak his sentiments without fear or favor. We con- gratulate the News in having secured hiB services. Houston Ltcbum.—This institu- tion meets every Saturday evening at the old...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 January 1866

TH HM. TSMIMM. ' etvs, •*!*>? -— B,Wt* 'I3esh E T** i " 'tiK x" ■ ■ \> .. #2" QUKBTlONft NOW •r.!£v' affOU WW OOtWTBY. Louisvillb, KT., NOV. 25, 1065. , jftVAl • Several days ago, " had, M yon iwi* yon, in enough to ex- oar view* m to policy of the work of re- ty, and perm - Unioo. Yon gtaud-point, ,titled at tbe __ igs you an-' ^/ reference to tbe great presented to the coon* Allow me to request yon to em- view*, aa expressed in anb- that they may be placed Jh« eonntoy. ,Ya r emi- H an American states- ijrn_ xc position before the na- iTthe leader of the Southern __ men in 1861, will entitle them earnest consideration throughout eonhtrr. and largely contribute to U vnlightened view of our national ^ymt prm*nt. ,4, «,♦•/1 With feelings of great respect, your " obedient servant, .JZT^ GEORGE BAKER. I.KTTKK NUMBER I. J. Nashvili.*, Dec. 30,1065. ; 1.1 > Dbar SUi s 'My health was not so # ftoBy restored as I flattered myself, /' 55561 saw yon in November and 1 to reply to your...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 January 1866

lll^O i<>tll ■ 18. § •J i l 'u i i'tl rati I IVC 3 I If 'Ill- Ill f. uittif til* I'lltll', I ■ II *'- i.ui lit • •iplfs. . i:t viuy ' of any h mi ■4<>ra- is su1> ion in icr rc- liicago liiis- liange the nicipal imlili- ordci in ami H'Opll*. lut ion ,'iolatc I espe- onlci iihtitu- gUR'llt alanco >11 and ■l' d(i- iiwlc.HS i>f the i inat- tll(! marks IAJ. TY! :o. lutiou o lililies greatly our mi JO. THE_CITY. Tbe venerable and respected Ex- Pn-HiJent of tbe former Republic of Texas, David 0. Burnett, has published a very Im portaat notice to all those who have been U)e victims of oppression l>v agents of the Creed men 's Bureau iu this State, to send *ii all tbe evidence in their caaea and he r II forward it to President Johnson. Thnne i| prt-sxiunfi, he intimatef), are against tbe i licy of our worthy Chief Magistrate, and i will reprimand their authors. The peo- 'I ) of Texas have not sbown the least bos- i ity to tbe military authorities since the 1 ise of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 January 1866

CAJMatl «lSkJ55 'UH| 7: ', ••( <rf groat nfrpect, J« GEORGE BABEK. UCRU KtKBKK I- Mjuwmss, Dob. 30, 1865. gubstanee of itfceaib- condi- tw> tKo „ „ fl Worth ; I i,f-M BBdertriten a kit least, , ——^ywur J the Mme jwwatoed. It t«alT#iJrten'*l that I ooold at- '; to coaeeaatiate my thought*, a© ifliiwwui ■ ayatawn be- abort, hu qfonu re- * repose of a whole dw *1 ranm« the labors of > relao- i the people of 1 * comply- i or rMjnieitiOBB of m ooaid. ■■■ iafinenee with ■■■■ koofe to eontpiy ■ wisfao.ii. But it " ftattfefi-** to wMwii to'" >rf%*awpPato SMtt? Nioetr laftaufr- [ parts, of the PiMUeufi raqoi- vi ed ( *.s XXns JMJ ppsii ■<\£l ±*ji4jm mm t is not the only mishap tbat M^reteriMMr«- itiee I miM to be ad- _/ M rand nn- l aw were auuteoffthe pol- i of the ontoiBa to i plan of ratoratioo, aa ^taM to the ap- i them, and , _V reroat whatever at t had incorporated in mj order to meet too new aa- tions presented to the ™ JW M two or three lefc- of one, including each of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 January 1866

i-x /W ■ v. A. 4 iii-- ,tA.A. - ^ f " "' iw «sB>■ -.iM •'« J*# ■■♦fna* , ,. •& •;' ' - i-; 'mxto'A larks LL. ■ur un licoin )N I Gil- lata I Mr. pose of THE_CITY. Tbe nambk and respected Ex- Ireeideot of the former Republic of Texas, Dsvid 0. Burnett, has published a Tery Im- portant notice to til those who hare been I e victim* of oppression by areata of the I «edmea'e Baram in this State, to Mi# . i n ell Ike evidence in their mm udht i II forward it to President Johnson. Those i pres«on . he intimates, are againet the i icy of our worthy Chief Magistrate, and i will reprimand their authore. The peo- i ) of foxes have not shown the least hoe- I ity to the military authorities since the I so of the war. They hare aooepted the i ution ia good faith and have labored -d to restore peace and harmony to our 1 tr cted country. No wonder the vena " ile Ex-President protect* agaiost tbe out* ^committed by agents of the Freed* d's Bureau. The President will not tiou this kind of work....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 31 January 1866

p. 1 yw A W\ flf : \V I > 1 " 'Jf'"'J i / f- m V:^ Sot. It (track i f fftrtlBH Xhj, ^mlirBmon Race. avauMWW. pj my, J li n«U SfaKa^ •^^nsss^s&r''' UkaaoM wtttoot a ob 4 o'oraut, — ~ tilt Iff rear ttqoereu; Oyrns reigned— m ut iod vent forth to mil * * tho Fenian's Jaad, !«•« the tfera, known e^rth- SssSSEP K5 «55«m5 • ' b*t irbnt then' on ram—k., fc. They were not of "Tto Oodh and YuuiUl in their niilrbt, Fourfd ilowu from Ditimbr'a regal stream, iotomk ltls sword from :n>yal man, bad*(horde t s'naat^Mln; bnt What than? the Haion tMM—tui., If. if • r world's wealth iraa thelri ra aloiu tbaa outshone Th« nenr land at Ganl," «k anltad Kurope'i bonk', with fmutlc seal with all fklaaft' Kapoleon's w % yMlWt «a#Ulaaw*7, {grand, liUoordaat men, He wa# not of theJasob neo what tbon? raeo—4w\, %q. rm ■ : ' ■ I • <•;} " slavery wu thu eud of the "Irreprews bt« Contlict," and th*6*ou« our ecu. - afai in tbe Union under the Con- stitution faithfully adminUtered sure- ly is prefera...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 February 1866

h «®fei tswr wt <nww«' mr**-. BttKSMM ** «*«^| * * sn apwn'«Mwwt|w ...,•■ •....■ ■' ! V.. ■..-' mwx ■amt} HH „■■!,.. I •U'U- i'-5«-$/i> • - *<«<«! VOL XXXI~NO.ua HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2,186ft WHOLE NQj 469L 8.1. MIERTHU 4 €♦, DARLING:! 1EBRIMM, ^ma With pJrfoct gravity ,ke 4m o, when the I >>* I 9mr 9ft'1"1 mm. HW«r Yon*, Jan. 96. AUCTION ,-i'f ,'/,<)'$<Ut>V /♦P>;5i- COLORED K'DS. •'.',? ,•■■„. .I'm k& art ' 1 : Vi t '.. S4ir#t$t; • ■ jtioi?'' :ip<i'y' ■ .' ■ "y, f *" ' ' - VAN ALSTYNim BUILDING, MAIN STREET, 'Tt&Kr* '.Lie*?.' .. ftHftfn i pi' S ?W ■ Sjj ; BLACK KIDS. "A*,: tl'lf RAl ADVANCES WILL MAKE /,^.vvri''v4r MAIN lEi- {*&*** V V * fix. "v?:: • " - tiSfg wwt T* LyroH. it ■ "• ■'■f ■■ w Hit' .■"•i'v"' .v • .* 'Uy ON Al.L KINDS QV •';i 7 1 .-,ii ■ >/?; • • ; • ,. &$$%[ . T*> , .'^ • 'A; , ;^xfe-5 ■ .'J ,,. 11 > t • uitji,>}- jV'v:).1 AUCTION SALES t i>. iV ,i'v 'i *ii -it'll I HO.UH T O N,. M EXA8. •,,r-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 February 1866

n H « ' ■' , WTm^i ul jiAwipi I •' '? «** t'i* m i tut>'■' lie £ .. BUI • to Clubs at th« follow- "™T**:|vr'' •*w «u. PS--*' tp-KKt'S: . >at& CJub fcrtUebvot'- b* ®mt to on* toacb paper at r^.wa"m « Hkn following rates for VSSKfe • ' H </ *>*• «oilall< Hyy K'MmJ CUSHIRK. ill JW ;#ny twifr the >1>#Mttle iw>peont. W 6 iiglit and ,j mtire, law aud becoming population, and tbe retention of their money In (he country, will be the mean* of adding to the white popcdtatfcra. Many kinds of buriueati will take them ~ - "i < liiin rfmiiH^ii" i i I oiiiiuiaiH nourum, ta d* held by large be settled and cultiva- ted, bttt landii, apd prppcrly'pf ov«y kifld, will ri*e hi valw. Prodoi of every kiad-willflml a market at home, Hid the prodnetian of all those minor neccBmiries, which our country is so well emulated to produce, and which, under the old y«tem, were neglected, will be wonderfally stimu- lated. >■;.- ¥ " *--Vjj >.. ,•!; $ These effects are already bein...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 February 1866

7T, et5 '<■': */.. .VW*V " •>1 bed to the agent at the Relay to that the eoriM ■ wa* cakeu off at ELLAJfEOUS. MSsSt n r*e«.f aari i Hi it ft M mm / ■& 36$? w BT TELEGRAPH. •it .fit Vfarghfai Trjtag to EM SeMlon! bagrees Tryi^ the Inql !XAi> SI ijjis * •-« <Wfroief W "40 WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT ? Speculations on the Subject! The President token the Opinions of the Generals, and Congress Sends Committees through the Sooth! A«,u< feted PrM- Jackson. Miss., Jan. .11. Washington, Jan. 81—The Vir- ginia Legislators Is making effort* to declare the election of Senator* Un- derwood and Sigur illegal. Governor Pierpont auil J«bo♦ Minor Bott* are «pokeu of iw their successors. The Congressional Honse Commit- tee are eugaged in waturiug a bill for increasing the anuj. General Schenck, Chairman of the House Com- mittee, favors the lowest possible (standard, even below fifty thousand if possible. The conference of the senior Miyor Generals causes the most extreme speculations as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 February 1866

tti-WitUg - iiiWMMMWSm issn; htw anion of feeling with the I wean the beet condition of mh ciety, indeed, the wfcty of itj frniHini mi hinge thntnwjr be pat before him. conservative than the present Con Theftee*m-¥4¥«H MB H toe*M f**Hf 10 ^ 1 UMtofeMMrM**!". to Us vMpuwribil* Ignorance £ infraction, pre-euppoee* I nt loast for aU mb~ TUs, in the i of the negro, is impanel ______ m$ MpMit ® them by far do not k now how to read, anfl are in no noh'oloee aMociation vttbtboee who do aa to giro them an Hgportnaity of information. It be- kwrM all ettiaww io do all in their ffMt to cornet thia want at infor- mation ; and it would not be tfeitne who employ these . to readt^them i them Mly ac- wiHi it* provision*!. Bat the thonmgh education of the th* niifinuintanf Vlinw WCft*v nWD in HVO nittUWUMvil «Uw|T " ledge is e matter of even more impor- thi . 80 fer a* we can 1 they and young, - a ; iaedahie thirst for knowledge. provided for them are numer- ously attended, and if we can believe the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 February 1866

T" - T ^ *+■ ft- -* y4hre^y" TU£CITY. Local would inform tlxwe chapa who arc eonaUutly urifiug lilin to pitch into cer- tain individuals and nuisanoo* and promis- ing to back him in oa«« it cornea to « fight, that bo hat always found them cowards when it came to a scratch and have left him to fight bis own battles and run much risk of getting nicely thrashed in the bargain The promise* ot such men are about as good as those of politicians, and be lm no faith in them. _ , ' , — An uubiaauhad American cltisea wu arrested by the police Wednesday night in the act of iirinx off hi> pistol near the Market house He was iutroduied to ills honor Justice Castauie, yesterday morning, who required him to make a special deposit for the benefit of the outraged tax-payers We hope the policH will cateli every one of these violators of the public peace We learn the question or alieUing the streets is bejng agitated b.v ill* city fathers and property holders. <ve nope the good work will be push...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 February 1866

wit may ^detice U gullibility of our aeigbbojrai and not mtge^umtlr We are twitted by tow Atfple-arfsded Mead with - Why dan** you write like the Metropolitan Beeordl" Qod defend u*! If two-thirds ot the editors, whose stock in trade con- stated of a crucible of invective, a case of pistols and a beg of whisky, had been drowned in fee latter ten yean before the war, the country would have been saved the disgiuceml scenes of brawl which introduced the final resort r, to arms, and we might have by violence. Them are thousands of g&od and honest person# who cannot point of an article unless it HWltte one. Dignity passes with them for dullness; courtesy for truoulence, and argument for mere South has accepted, in W. the flat ot amis, gagl wfridnw raeoyer some of those material bles- sings, bat in our search (in fee terri- ■ ' M'" "illlillt mwbft- ) for political rights. ¥ 'bwaRnF to write, ariau- Yancey, have his Ben, C.Y feed to give formation I in and every I timacy itaintftd les,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 February 1866

It * , i ■in i latrikJog hrk«re il ion wtt ■t negro (fena v «rrd nentioned I Johnson. broogbt to tlx bottee We trust th^Pnajd officer* toHHHH of •*try n this cit Tbe negro _ , . r. W _ weeks ago, who eaeeped from the jeil of Fort Bend county, wne claimed yesterday morning by the sheriff of than county and taken bade to hi* old quarter*. He i* charged with killing a Mexican The Btcorder'a court is occupied daily in the trial of negro criminal*. Our only re* net is that the tax-payers have to foot the bills as the scoundrels have no money to pay their way througb. very MU eff*e*mt and tan accomi few more persons. $bere is now ten in all and eight of tbesearb unbleached Ameri- can cltieeni- There Is one nigger wenoh and two white men In the gang. We leant. they are all fat Bnd hearty. We call attention to the advertise- ment of Bechaird Gladwin A Co., to be found in our column* this morning.;,, They have opened an Intelligence offioe which will be or great use to those wishing to emplo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 February 1866

■ 4 EMMI . 1 g/wa fe Wmi of the of the I>ablieh«4 tu ,,-r m\f«■?""?11 V" ** , contains thme ttik- + ---mr -J ■ "■ ,* rrS^ • ~:.r - irjwia >BA< •• «• hand a lwavy atock of Hue OkMr- u* "*|WUn« Tow™.. Sola aarata forth. €Ji that are autu - northern eon week* F® y. $S|l®j<<S d| Bfli | / heeu driven tlMWUMUid jwi ® Bivalent * believ- upon the r ho will count, they were of ■ mm I immmn 3™.K Booth ? ppve^y stricken oe M currency, for the jpnyriuMe of coounodittatt at enormooe prices.— -. - - -^rwi avinc (be and nope- Am Anw i ia M*if «r e. fJ. ci«j>, <*«•• A correspondent of the New York Humid appeals in strong terms to r«- leaee Mr. Clay on parole. He says: Mr. Clay was long a Senator from Alabama at Washington, and it is not difficult to ascertain his antecedents . wafts iion- Buthe is 2$M . ' | .ffSSB WfW with . .. • * , p- ,J§§I city, such m atjty 9 Hisetrflvy, ggg * H, ;' f T' ■ 3BK '•sasiratt a and re- Never n intriguer "or wire-puller man marked for parity of l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 February 1866

I put had IN 4 1 S$HBSI .«<< im*r] * jffwatf.r XXXI—ND.144. ,-MK>,r«i4rciti HOUSTON, MONDAY. )■ CARY TEXAS, «kW ,'«*#« & i*fl 8. L. HOHENTIIU A C8. ■n.:; AUCTION A® i h\ OHIMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, Zouston, Tex*«. 't 11 ' !l (ILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES •it aWkinm or XnaBl^OHAKTDlWll. j 1 I AUCTION SALES 1mtkhy \ ^TUESDAYaad THURSDAY Oomtnenolnr 10 o'clook. A. M | Ijirpre and Attractive Auction! 8. L. HOHENTHAL & CO. \ WIU tell nt THEIR AUCTION ROOMS, : \"l Main Streat .... -v j •' jr [ faesday, February 0th, I860. At 10 oVIaok. A. H. ! I Largo and D«;lrable lot of Goods, Bneh M GROCERIES, TINES, LIQUOB8, BRANDIES, Whlnklw, Soda, Ntareh, *—Jl's. Y and .wlioto bona: n vena Ciultrm i: Hmnulated Sugar*. in barrel*; Hour, (Pa- r City AIHU.) assorted brand#. h Um roiwiiHuu or aasr era, Bovar mA ImtCd )«i of Boon and Bhaea. nf fevonaMe and Fashionable Clothinr nts Purn.-hinji llonda. Urcc kxeortmout of Dnr Ueudt, Drem Goods, ry, NiHioni., dec. **" TKRM9 AT 8ALB-JBB ,M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 February 1866

t\ ■ - i [fj NW tbedrcleof tan lad aadiaMs, (NMSMI® fo&fcWWW en .M& di « M| n wm '• '•■ cS3 I S<3S m m,. ■ Mi i mm jngB iJmai*. UsUccWI :it. - .M ■ ' : MBB m ... ST!p....,.e, of loiters is found the ouo *?« « «rUok km 1*1 -pfc_= rV- H? ■ttli ; M intellectual see which selves ia dwnMOfid ml *" are wad sometimes invade# En critical, not We the «*«t !■>«•« !ik« fieroe hoaads, will not gi?e ow the «biww, aa4 we Wee her ia she but Rftddiwrkftfifc at her barrows. ' A little ■. sfe:-to W- aw* fekw iM' god4iike power and love «f «-e tiag. .. Ba&aot *> row the ft race, we haw pawed aat.uf imaginative, law- may'"$ot-be about to*ay o* if it doe* not lurk aboat hit logic and giv«> Co it t flavor faint, butdeddediNever- ifc;ca|4e';it liipiet'- r JmrmWand; wpl he notiwd only by those who luwu already ye- it elsewhere. M has published a volume (S^ays ' thg first 'of 'The ilaf and the man bed and delighted brief essay the whole Mr. Spencer has >y to all the mysteries aad ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 February 1866

t JMI8C SIXAIN . i strr* j#,vi -''i'"'-i«i. flki :ii r.i si! A. f tm't A mamirnnu. aswocrao swx* of HavanaandDomestloOigarv, t j ,j<jj 3 Chawlnc ami Wn — Tatwcw. a > aT~ ot 1 .. ! £■(!& f>n ' <K§ to found st tka Mara \ v yi* • ' jso&Z im * pov StraM.ayrXttfOotrnw"'' J11— Wli 11; OMIM to my •ri, Boston nod JAWH8 SORT/KY. - CARROLL, HOY & CO.. Cotton Faotor* and Oaneral CummiMlon MKBOHANT9, ' No. M PerdWa Iptnift (Fpetor'a Kow.) ' * r NH ' Orleans. Wo re-opened oar aflee and resumed bualiieas on the loth or June last. sept « twflm 0 ABR01X. HOY t 00. ——— 1 W. B. ■. MASTIS «. *. KOOKK< JOHN H. HVASS. (lute of (leorgetowa, Texas.) , JOHN T. MARTIFS SON & CO., , • Wholesale Clothing, 877 AND 379 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. While iuvltluft attention to tlie nbovo oard, I d«- «lto to state that sot the leant of my motive* with thin liouiHi " "" for connecting myself superior facilities at t! j ? i us edit ttafl on, bertyl urt ofl an to] / 1 I . „ ,.UUn.., wan that of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 February 1866

mmwimm love, still hie work •ad grow. Thr a gmttf •JwwintfJ wind* of doe- roee and blew with while vigorous 0 &O0i of fwl Trrncr: mmU;: i ' P wtmu* l iikir&il' VltlioJSf Uwaww-MttrUa 1 • - ulvfJ'Rl _jw& „ pita and con fag and fiinc- li WJ&M IWmm mmmm n. MkfJ iipp [Church upon <k magnifi .Southern Methodist Bteittingin the her while burying King to organise her >• o«d laboring to pro i clothing for her iuipov W- (Pparcu, i thai weeper , wmtrmmmm .Jy.'ifiiihVtrl'iii'iN ■''I- ' i i oweoriginaTTuith, r heel* against her, witii Imh' enemies for iicr hare paswsd beginning ia England before, si ruck Whitfield ia America th its ad- (1738) in mmm l&M :«1 tied, and I tour from It is called ardent Great twins. , wp heard Jaba Wesley preach, and on Christinas day pt fragment a gliuipse •i his redeeming love* being an ear*. radnmpttoala Christ Je- to Whom be glory forever and 1760. accompanied by his wife «ad4>y eight other families, they set sail for America, He is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 February 1866

fcM" to i famous Uav. Dr. Fiuey, of t -y* t-*• follow*; Washington, MtuHson, Muu- Cluuwli of lugladri. tliluko there 1*1I*®? Tyler, itutl Taylor, were little differouce which naed prevent a Epi*o« pauiuu; Jett'ei-anii. Jolui Allium, k ,r \ OwMslt and Johu QtHpiy Aduaa, were JJm ' V • • * ff' HMW holWBOBWe AHIflKan, ureeic,| famuli*: .laekami- P( llf iiml [.tnniln ag y-' V8 ar in ST© ■ ed vr lis ng ill D- ■IQ lo. of Cor is- In- 88- iy >iy or BBt ibl teir ed, lad be- val og- jn- ers not Inf lies- 1 80 we ft- j ur ir- j ,ut j 46 ad la- ws | ..4s: .i. V. i-.l dUtiiiguisfc diviire, has Mettle 7 atld Roman chtueUea. Dr. Newutau baa aiuivwed Dr. t^inwy —Quern Victoria toMfe* the catechism to her ovro cUMren aad evwry Sunday liolda a Bible dais fur those in the palace tod its vicinity. —liev. Dr. Moore in a New Year's SemOn in JttcbntQad ex- ; pressed the belief that ,1866 is to , prove a remarkable year to the world, there being a tradition to- sack au effect, lu addition to thin tradit...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 5 February 1866

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Publication Title: Tri-Weekly Telegraph
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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