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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 22 May 1852

vi ¡t without union, ouk independence and liberty would never have been a£hjevec—without union, they neves can ee maintained,' Vol. V. No. 2. Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, May 22, 1852. Whole No. 210. TÚg Sm STATE PATRIOT, PUBLISHED every saturday morning, by J. MARSHALL, Editor and Proprietor. m Terms of tfye Patriot. Two dollars in advance. Three dollars, if paid within three months. And four dollars, il' delayed faeyeqdtfiat tune. > To Clubs of five or more, a deduction of twenty per cent, if paid in advance, will be allowed. ; Anyone sending us five or more paying subscri- hers, shall be entitled to a copy gratis. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines or leas, for the first insertion; and fifty cents feu; each subsequent insertion, if paid in advance; if not, 50 per cent wilt be added to the amount. To those who add vartise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Political, personal and business communications promotive o...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 22 May 1852

6 * r . THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. «a**- EDITED BY J. MARSHALL. MARSHALL, Texas Nay 23, 1852. "MILLARD FILLMOJÍE ANl> JOHN J. CRITTENDEN,. Our choice for Present and Vico President; bul ■ubjeot to the Whig INaiionnl Convention. frj' V.B. PALMER the American Newspaper Airent, U the only authorized Agent for thin wpor in the cities of Jioiton, New Yorknnd Philadelphia and is duly empowered to 'take advertisements and inscriptions at the rates a> reqirired by us. Ills receipts will he regarded ns payments. His Ottii-es «re—BOSTON, ScolUy's Bwd">g; NEW YORK Tribune Buildings: PHILADELPHIA, N. W. cornerofcTWrdLafld Che tnut streets." I «4 (^•Rev.T. ^WILSON, D. D , will pi ouch in the Baptist Church this evening, ut haif.pnsl ■even o'clock t and tomorrow at 11, A. M., and 7J in the evehing. " snpr In federal politics, the paper wiil labor to tipboty ^nd advance the sober and conservative doctrinos oí the Whig Pabty, with un unflinch- ing adherence to the Compbomise and the Union. As...

Publication Title: Star State Patriot, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 22 May 1852

— THE STAR STATE PATRIO T m ' m STAB, STATE PATRIOT. MARSHALL, TEXAS, May 23, A. D. 1852. Agents for tbe "Patriot." Cader Allen, General Travelling Agent. Watson! | Jefferson, Cass county. John Allison, Mount Mourn. A. L. Vawter, Grand Bluffs. Chas. Graham, Clear Spring. John Wilson, Gertrude. James Earp, Pine Tree. D. P. Barcroft, Gilmer. Wm. McMillan, McMillan's. E. M. Smith, Elysian Fields. J. W. Massie, Waiting's Ferry. E. B. George, i D. O. Norton, > Quitman. J. B. Stout, ) E. E. Lott & Wells, Gum Spring. T. J. G. Wortham, Palestine. A. Sterne, Nacogdoches. Jno. Gray, Esq., Greenville. Dr. Smith, Postmaster, Tarrant. J DVALillt°GER3' ES9"' \ DanSerfielá- I. M. Ball, Boston. W. D. Miller, Austin. R. H. Martin, Paris. J. W. Witheb, ( D&. Beck, s f m. Ragland, Shelbyville. Mount Pleasant. Holland, an & Sears, Powell, en, r Cars ivell, . Wiley, } Sour Lake. New Orleans, tpr* Post Mistéis in general are requested, to aet Veents CANDIDATES. If Col. EDWARD CLARK, will c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 22 May 1852

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. — ■ ■ ■ •r—r^r. -«• g W XDVEtTISEMENTg — $r©Tic e. tU&lNG lay absence from the Stat*. S. R. Per- ry, the Sheriff of Harrison County, will aci ddty «ttkorixed agent to transact any busi- 11 wfeldt I mar be interested. *4, 1852. [n50;4«.] W. C. LARY. administration notice. WHEREAS letters of administration were gran ' ted to the undersigned,on the estate of Susan if. Obarr, deceased, by the County Court of Harri- son county, in the State of Texas, pertaining to the «stfett of deceased persons, at the March term there- of, A. D. 1852. Now, therefore, alt persons indebted to said estate :are hereby notified to come forward and make pay- ment; and all those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, within the time orescribed by law; otherwise they will be furever barred. THOS. C. CLARK; Adm'r. • April 24,1852.—6w-n50. administration notice. WHEREAS, letters of administration, de bonis, non, with the will annexed, were granted to the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 26 June 1852

s Ir m 1 WITHOUT unios, OTO independence and liberty would neve it • •;# 'éiíÍÉi ^ f 'i f ^ry rr- • - . JESS Vil. y No. 7. Marshall, Harrison Comity, Texas, Saturday, June 26, 1852. STATE PATKIOT, Railroad Meeting. rDBii«HRD rvbkv Saturday morning, ry J f he Committee of the South Western Railroad J. MARSHALL, Editor and Proprietor..* p"r's,h ofPft S,,to' me' m ,he Co-.rtVuge per cent, if | . Any one i btfs, ¿hall be Terms of the Patriot. Two dollars in advance. Three dollars, if paid within three months. And four dollars, if delayed foyond that time. To Clubs of five or more, a deduction of twenty in advance, will be allowed. ' us five or more paying subscri 'ed to « copy graft* _____ _ r square often lines or less, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each sñb*eqnenilnscrtion. if paid in advance; if not, 50 per cqpt will be added tothe amount. To those who add vwtise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the .above rates will be made. Political, personal! an<f busine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 26 June 1852

Ü / *á ú&¡&: up T H E S T A R St A T E PATRIOT. TRIOTr BJ I MARSHALL, jas . .. . Jane 26) 1852. mm JU THE ATLANTIC AND RJJL^OAD. PACIFIC <j§ MILLARD FILLM0RE JAMES ¿""JONES, idee for President and Vice Presidei Onr choice for President and Tice President; but subject to the Whig National Convention. EUctorsfor the Slale at large. Col. C. C. MILLS, of Harrison. * Hon. JOHN B. ASHE, of Galveston. Elector for the ¿astern District. Hon. J. W. THOCKMOR$ON, of Collin. Elector for the Western District. '* Col JAMES REILY, of houston. f£g~ V. B. PALMER the A ajerien Newspaper *t the rates 48 required by us. will be regarded as.payments. His Offices 5TON, Scene's Building; NEW YORK Tribone Buildings r'PHILADELPHIA, N. .W. corner of Third and;Chestnut streets."; íd* E. W. WltET, Southern Literary and Ad- vertising Agent, No. 17 Charles street, N. Orleans; is the only agent in New Orleans, to receive sub- scriptions and cards, and collect-accounts due this IT S. E. Cohen, General Ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 26 June 1852

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT — K- 8TAI STATE PATRIOT. MARSHALL, TEXAS, Jane 38, 4. D. 1852. CANDIDATES. If Col. EDWARD CLARK, will consent to be come a candidate for Chief Justice, of Hampón county at the ensuing election, be will receives tjae support of MANY VOTERS. TO MANY CITIZENS Who honored me through the "Patriot" of the 21st insi., with a calí to become a candidate for Chief Justice of Harrison county, at the ensuing August election, I present my kindest acknowledgements. My name will be before the pQjple as a candidate end if elected,I pledge mvsetf io serve them in the responsible-office of Chief Justice, to the best and utmost i>t my ability. Respecrfullv, Feb. 28, 1852.] EDWIN CATER. ADMINISTRATION NOTICE. 'm LET TERS testamentary were granted to the undersigned, at tne May Term, A. D. 1952, of the County <'onrt ol Harrison County, pertaining to the estate of deceased persons, on the estate of Erasmus Love, deceased. All persons therefore, bavin? claims against the >a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 26 June 1852

- '%**>- -y é M : : jf J*/ T fl E % T A R STATE PATRIOT. - >í 7,-t bik* j mí /; - *y" - [Written í"or Eagle aud Enquirer. • CAMELIA." BT U YIRGIKIA SMITH. Winds, apon your mystic flight, lude with the míPe and tear, > your pinions, sod and light, §rér a lo+ed oneonr her bier ; . r4a * living splendors now Jréathe opon ber snowy brow, KJsrf (he lashes fo ded deep, wer f 1, oreamos inhntgra' zeijitn roll lining sweep, Curtained iureternai sleep. gatera, on your hidden path, lending-to the Southern main, LulUhe mermará of your wrath ■To a gentle, sighing strain; •. : Family iet your music fjow Rollingwitbthe restless tide, Wail ihe heart* that slumbers low By the lonely river-side. ' Blossoms, brightening the way Qf die lovely to the tomb. Pair as you,' this child of clay Faded-ere your early bloom j Softly droop upon her breast, L'ghtly let yonr leaflets wave Q'er the placid, dreamless rest Of the gifted ir Clpuds, that in.. Up the Azure zei)7— .—T And with crystal shadows ke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 3 July 1852

& I f WITHOUT UHIOB, OUR INDEPENDENCE AND LIBERTY WOULD NEVEH HAVE BREN ACHIEVED—WITHOUT USION, THEY NEVER CAW BE HAINTAp** *•"* Vol. V. fio. 8. Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, Jaly 3, 1852. Whole THE STAR STATE PATRIOT, published every saturday morning, by J. MARSHALL, Editor and Proprietor. Terms of the Patriot. Two dollars in advance. Three dollars, if paid within three mouths. And four dollars, il delayed beyond that tiuie. To Clubs of five or more, a deduction of twenty per Cent, if paid in advance, will be allowed. Any one sending us five or inore paying subscri- bers, shall bd entitled to t co^y gratis. ue dollar per square of ten lines insertion; and fifty cents for each ion, i f paid in advance; if not, 60 per to the amount. To those who add .r, a reasonable deduction from the made. m promotive of individua] interests, will be charged the same as advertisements; and tnese, together with all publications required by Taw, if not paid in advance, mast be assume...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 3 July 1852

a**- SSL. Nr> ; •m <• THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. iT¥ .TRÍOT. § 'f >* EDITED BY J. MARSHALL.! >1 Texas*. ... J si y 3, isai. WIND FIELD SCOTT * f •"? : /.üm> . '• 1 WILLIAM A. 8RAHAM, The'nominees of the Whig Notional1 Cwivfcntton Electors for lift State at large. Col. C. C. MILLS, of Harrison. Hon. JOHN B. ASHE, of Galveston. Elector for the Eastern Disric{. Hon. J. W. THOCKMORTON, of G Elector for the Western District. Col. JAMES REILY, of^tóustdty frf V. B. Pa£MER. tho American Jjswspaper -fcgent, is the only authorized Asent for" thin pnpor tftygrnrrent (or -ry inthe cities ofBostOo, Naw York and Philadelphia. and is duly empowered to take .advertisements and subscriptions at the rates as reífuited'bv n9. I.iis &s OtBces pboroaal to rasvF. i «CAMPAIGN PATRIOT." it no wing that our State U destined, at no distant day, to rank * among the very first in the Union, and "believing an we do, that it now at. tracts, aside from rrwv-e politico, .more attention than any fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 3 July 1852

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. ■ape driven from tb on at all event land, and Preste the worthy pall Í to in the reso- r worthy men such an r xtent on t strength of thetablt lotions in the Democ We are gratified to tion manifested by the Mr. Cass thinks the non Houston pronounces it America promises the large nois. Mr. Buchanan, no in Pennsylvania. Govt for New York. This we must be excused if for that *in«nan nature, to be a good deal "in man." With regard to the "Vice Pre' well be assumed, that many friends may think with reason, from perience and bis distinguished services, 8 bou Id have occupied the first place on thewck- et. It is no greater honor to the distinguished Senator from Alabama than he should hold a sec- ondary position. It can hardly be assumed, in this case, tbat be humbles himself with any idea of ultimate exaltion. He yields, no doubt, to the seeming political exigencies of the day, and is grateful that any one of the race denounced bj Young America has been permitted to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 3 July 1852

■ra*! things, their worth. \apia, m «d wwiwwW Mia Jo those who, exiled for *.. dwell a e know each can And of the THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. arms to claap and kiss atar.. ...A:¡ t thing , eir usoj f minlut'rings, deduce: had an eye, k though dumb; y gone by, . \ :ht become. miliar things, oar lot, blnfflng strings, 6 htweehold knot; in alien monld, ''í*"bAV¿SVI To sever all the 1 That form the I To wander ¡upon And eron the reétless foam Row elearly shonld we then behold líe Deities of Hqofe. on, HID WE CSLI MET. ]s p01sm3. ~Oh~l had we only met When life and hope wero neiy, Whefl love, unmingled wiih regret, Lay on our hearts like dew; J. had not heaved a sigh, ' Vtfhen, wrapt iij that sweet trance, Ittiaed my own and met thiue eye, : ' Returning glance for glance. ph .! do not priae me less, For yielding to the power, Tho'soft, delicious dreaminess, That filled that twilight hourj | thought it's spells «tere thine, Around thy a, iritwove, And half forgft it wáa not rnina To give (he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 30 October 1852

vi " without union, our independence and mberty would never Vol. y. Ufo. 25. in .'V 7. hvve been achieved—without union, they never can be maintained. fe -♦ ■M THE STAR STATE PATRIOT, published evert saturday morning, by J. MARSHALL, Editor and Proprietor. Marshall, Harrison Comity, Texas, Saturday, October 30, 185& Whole No. 333. Terms of the Patriot. t n? ■u. Two dollars in advance. Three dolías, if í^jj within tbree months." And four d.cliars, if delayed beyond that tune. uve or more, á deduction of twenty per cent, if paid in advance, will be allowed. Any one sending ns five or more paying subscri- bers, shall be enl i tied to a copy gratis Advertisihg.—One dollar per square of ten lines orless,forthe firstinsertion;and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion,if paid in advance; if not, 60 per cant wül be added to the amount. To those who add vertiseby the year, ajeasonable deduction from above rates wül be made. , Political, personal and business communications promotive ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 30 October 1852

■MB THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. mammwM W?. THE PATRIOT. EDITED BY J. W. BARRETT, [a the absence of j. marshall. J MARSHALL, Texas . . . Oct. 30. 1852. fob fbe3ident. W IN F IE Lb SCOTT fob vice president* .WILLIAM A, GRAHAM, Electors for the State áí targe. - Col. C. Q. MILLS, of Harrison, Hoif. F. CARRUTHERS, of Travis. Elector for the Eastern Disrict. f/m. j. W. THOCKMORTON, oiColliii. Elector for the Western District. ¿E. KIRBY, of Austin. Sub-Electors of Harrison county: Beat No. j " 2 - - 3 " 4 ' « 5 f 6 M 7 ** 8 . " 9 M.' « u r. G.Mc Kay. John Lowe. John Womack. Richard Peete. J.D. Lester. B. M. Wilder. Wm.C.Wakeland, William Fox. Wm. Taylor, For the county at large, G. W. Whit more. Upon motion of Col. Mills, an association was then formed and denominated the "Harrison County Scott CJyb," and James F. Taylor was appointed President, and the follow ins persons Vice-Presidents: A. C. Martin, D. B. Bon- loey, Jo|in S. Wilson, 0. S. Jennings, and A. S. Johnson. Secretary, J. W. Barre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 30 October 1852

mrnm" T H E ST A R S T i TE PATRIO T, m '4 new advertisements GROCERIES FOR SALE h. €4* bbs & co. by wm. tt1ifty Barrels of Whiskey; jd Fifty Sacks Rio Coffee ; Ten Barrels RioSngar; Twenty-five Barrels of Mess Pork; Five Casks of Bacon ; Two hundred and fifty Sacks of Salt. Port Caddo, Oct 23, 1853.-n24:3t. m r * . i notice. Le i ters of Administration upon the estate of Joseph d. • 'ox, dec'd., having been granted to the.undersigned, by Hon. Chief Justice for Panola county, all those indebted to said estate, will make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same, will present them within the time pre- scribed by law, or they will be barred josephine cox, Administratrix. Carthage, Texas, Oct. 23, 1852.—n24:6t. |#1 .'-¿a V* i lo«t, r 11hf. head right certificate of Joel Young, No. j. 368,1* " " " Issued by the Board of Land Commis&iorfbrs, of Houston county, on the 11th day of October, a. d., 1847, for six hundred and forty acras of land.' If not found within ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 30 October 1852

■w"? 4 THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. %■ W. The Cuban Affair, [Continued from first page.] citizen, in which he bad been trained, if he did not raise bis voice and pledge his lite to obtain ample reparation for such insult. The Colonel then introduced Mr. n. R. Jen- nings, who carnea passenger by the Crescent City, and who depicted in clear and eloquent £y"hé country lenns, the circumstances of lhat affair. Mr. j severai new and Jennings alluded to the nature of our treaty with | terns of medium Spain, which enjoined the utmost hospitality to| ware.to which they our citizens and ships, in admitting them to en-« of country merch- ter the ports of Spain,—aud, yet, the practice of the authorities in Cuba had been of constant wrong and inhumanity, refusing to extend to our citizens the most ordinary civility and humanity. JJe alluded to the case of the El Dorado^ which ship was ordered off, without even permission to obtain supplies for her sick, and suffering peo- ple. He also alluded to the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 13 November 1852

i|PIL *>VL If ;*v > "without union, our independence and lihertv would neve ii , : nit (ft [fli" ' r a. -dgphaa P^í^ÉÍÍÍ''' . have ueen achieved—«without union, thbv xbvur ■ ' "" " "" " " V. No. 27. Harrison Comity, Texas, Satnrday, November 13, 1852. ELLANEOUS. áKlVar? K " 1 <«■ *«-. - m , a deduction of twenty allowed. aying subscri- > of ten lines ,50per 1,'ottiose who add taction from the 1 and business communications i, will be charged the s, together with all rlawlifnot paid in advance, j some responsible person before ? of candidatesrfor all im jtf0,00; for minor offices, i apply for credit, for subscriptions, ad- " jb work*,will be required, at the time. b for the amount, aa we keep no reg t accounts. PROFESSIONAL C AM D S ' A. SMITH, Notary ¡ ublic, Harrison , Texas. Jan. 4,1849- [42ly WR. POAG, Attorney at Law, Carthage, Pa- . nota county, Texas. 41 WILLIAMS, Attorney at Lavo, Mar- n county, Texas. 5 in i 'ass. Upshur, Smith,Rusk, la Counties. * 4F. U. jf*f£SO....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 13 November 1852

lid!!! THE STAR STATE PATRIOT " .'i < ■■ BY J. W. BARRETT, absence of j. marshall. J Texas . . . No?. 13. 1851 . B. PALMER the American Newspaper ta the only authorized Agent for this paper in the cities or Boston, New York and Philadelphia, " " empowered to 'take advertisements and at the rates as required by ns. His igafded as payments. His Offices lay's Building; NEW YORK : PHILADELPHIA, N. W. Chestnut streets." ,st, Southern Literary and Ad- 1.17 Charles street, N. Orleans; >t in New Orleans, to receive sub- cards, and collect accounts due this paper IT S. E. Cohén, General Newspaper Agent, Parchar Buildings No,.12, Philadelphia, Pa.; willLs easily and readily reply to act «a the Agent of this paper, in tho city of Phil*- . . r ,, • • . . ■ aiifili /t/tmmnlflAalmno tvoiiln a delphia. GOVERNOR IN 1853. _ •. *r-'i ■ ■ . HOS. WILLIAM B. OCHILTREE, Subject to the 'decision of a State Convention. Judge of Sixth Judicial District. fl3*We are authorized to announce W. W. MORRIS a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 13 November 1852

, THE STAR S T t T R P A T R I 0 T. *• 1 f: ' M m ration, and ih« aulltm nntloweil l y liberal voluntary donations, will lm ready for tho Hot Freahmnn Claw. In th¿ rloh vnllieit of tho Guadalupe, In a tgwn unknown upon your mnpa, lm* linen founded (at graat ooat) th« Hoguln lililí school, where 160 pupila aro taught oaoh your, whoso progrea* would reflect honor upon many a ftnnfenary aeadomy. Your own Institution. thla Bastrop academy, atanda aa n monument of the puUllo aplrlt and munlfloont liberality of Ita fundara, the wlao selection of tho teachers, and tho am* billon and talents of tho scholars. At Riitersvlllo, a highly respectable college rlaoa like another tower In tho wilderness, it living proof that the Itinerant preachers of the Methodist church are tho Arat harbingers who ory aloud " prepare the way of tho Lord, make for him a straight passage. p'a journey, tho follow ^ ►«orne ' Baylor whlofc Mari ma hé aamo o almoner of liberal dona fow wealthy oountles, w i at Tyler, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 13 November 1852

smm ■fy-y THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. ■ fSW1 t m m m fc Tfte Last Man. " T.CAMPBELL. / shapes shall melt in gloom, i San-himself mast die; > this mortal shall assume I immortality ! ion in my sleep, > my spirit utrecgih to sweep lihe^utfefTime! J saw the last of human mould, That shall Creation's death behold, * Xi Adam saw her prime! ■The Sun's eye had a sickly glare, VbeKgrth with age was wan, The skeleton of nations Were * Around that lonely man I ' Some had expir'd in fight,—the brands Still fuBted in their boay hands; . In plague and famine sopne ! Eartha cities had no sound nor tread; /Samuel E. Moore, ana Co. 37 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. hffontcrs of Crokkery, China, a*d Glassware. HAVE on hand, and a*e constantly receiving, one of the largest ry ever imported States. Id addi- articles of common ed by the country several new and terns of medium ware,to which they of country merch- stocks ol Crocke into the United tion to the usual Crockery demand- trade, they have very desi...

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