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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 2 September 1854

TO ftANCY« in by tin? «ame of Conner, bi _ ( fead health from the time he left New Orleans; , yy Hummel'* new bui w(k lfjr (jrn! how i love yoo, Yog sweet little dovc^yofl+ it Bahía had been aaviscd to remain w here i Texas, fct would have had every attention his situation ! Ü Merchant.— r Sm Antonio, There's do oae above you * Moat beautiful Nancy! 4 . 80 glossy your fair is— Like a sylphs or a fairy's, Ay* your neck I declare, is Exqusitcly fancy, Quite Grecian your nose is, And your cheeks are like roses— Socelieioos—Oh, Moses! Surpassingly sweet. Not the beauty of tulips, Xfor thetaucof mint julip*, Can compare with your lips, Most beautiful Nancy. Jfot the black eye of Juno, If or Minerva's of blue, no, Nor Vesos'*, you know, Can equal your own. Ah, how my heart prances, frolics, and dances, hen its radiant glances Upon me are thrown. (From the firm page.) dried and a good draught of augua Haifa, ,y troubles and was soon in the arms STOVE* I BTO^EM I PITTHAN ¿t 1IKO. UOL&SA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 9 September 1854

rETUfi A ' tsP* JTS. -WW* 3^BS '■MI iilf1 • lililí u MWgP REMEMBER THE Ai ,«£< -. *ñf Jts V - #•<§■' * :i r * t s-smamam run volume. ■t „•/' - VOL. 2. *i SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 9, 1854. NO. 2- h- ¡*- P.. &■ i Till: ALAMO STAR, J As*. IS I'UBMailClJ ov IVKKY S \ Tli 111 J A Y BY l\ N^VVCOMtf &!loa'r J. LAM BERT. fjji ■*: x>Ji &'iitUid Streets aj.-l !"-' sliicat r ""■""y Kfti.M OF is( r:\ t Es TIIK TEXAS REVOLITION. V U ruUag of Han Antonio cie llenar, ate. by K late ofktccft of t'ifk >rmt. CHAP i HI? ii. Stan Vjitonio'* Woody *irert>>. iin<! walls, Where frwItHn ' *!♦ red. t « AJiUtin'* t ail. pairj< r^ <i)t¡¡ri i, wiser** tyituii* A M, Th#ra- tiMMfty l> iíg-ír«*—koig tó dwell. Ii has dtUHi be mi sai !, aní t believe with ¡ . . . ... i # .1 tm attack. Accordingly arrangements, were - I'lt. tiiat tu pui< ^ in H¡e «ari l is eeUet*-cal- i - , / - •• , , . , , p ... inane ana time set to commences operations ; Htw'u tor.tie.vcUmi.iia tf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 9 September 1854

f. * *' •0 * L..- v * % * ■■Pr i ' w£ THE AL ^HR-j9||R99Bpppr --r. -•-. . MB ItAMBBKT, lAtWO^y IEPTEMBKH O, 1 a spendid beginning. And it cannot be doubt- ed that a country *o adapted to Mock raising TO TMM PUBLIC*—Th* Almmo Sus «# v*do*kt- &f ékéU*t fmpw if «** gtte and prut tn tk« A'íaU , tí " « *' "i agri'-ulture, will Jot tatc<? the lead in every rirfftt ***t mdc«rttm*z medium " arovwi . mtKi dbu •« « * thing. The fair was conducted in a very creditable IICULTVUAIi FAIH. ,"*FL 'ffffillfPPWfEil. mral t'aircaineoffoñla ! Wíi I The *b.l inr*dav. Ob both day* H *a«at- ; arreijoed beWti Ifcc coünir , large numb' r of ladle ami g. ntle- (■ «he pei-p-tra.lcm of soS* d«fk crime ... i AÍtbuogh it might not bare competed ¡ «he ira -g.v-«to«i ,4 lia jeueraly bew < wi(k TOineftfthe Fairs of older Slate, yelit va I «he re«en W;Ui<!f ol u Waeli-iiea I l.d llfirwii ■ the idle and u nial crested looker on. *Tii nut ** TVs lm4 sr 1*1* em**tituu • aquar* t had a fine rain on Monday i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 9 September 1854

m VAIVH Y Thk B 9CKNBON TQÜOHia Hi, *•*. ! Our bott «topped U take in wood, ©a t&e curloslly t íhean see legons ¡ shore among the crowd, win a KcirtttcViaft, b ofihcib at any day,, lisping and fn*Hcing aim- j looked remarkable stupid, both hinds J* hfs 'ess throogh éreativh, on táeir patent leather j pockets and hi# under lip hanging down. A toes, behind ft dicky and moustache, potir, j dandy, just from Vermont ami ripe for a scape silly creatuVést they eicite my commiseration , lipped nod and wink atl around, savins?: and I sometimes feci as though i should like "NoW, I'll have some fun: III frighten the 10 take them tip with a pair of sugar tongs, 1 greenhorn." He jumped ashore with a long W TOAST*. By a Baker—The Storm of Liberty—il rose in the yeast, may it comióme to give its light until it has leavened the whole world and prepared fur the fast great baking —By a Diy QjOvU Merenant—our National Flag — May we never measure it by yards nor sell it without a reasonable advance...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 9 September 1854

¿r T H*& A L*A M O STAR, ■y"1' 11 T ■■" T " -~— 1804 POBTBT. «/* ■ •• ■ MWi — —MM T- From the True América!. SHALL WE BE ALAVES Y . American* shall we b<§ slaves, In tbi* bright land of Liberty, r~" Where tleep our facera, in their grave*. Who fought and ¿led to make us free 1 we be fiares?, litstf sppplien* keel To Papist*. Fathers, Priest* or Pope 1 Shall we, American*, ever feel The cm^d/i^anling fataiyoke? No! wp never will be slave*— We have been am! will v?¡11 be free We will protect our fathers' graves, And light tor home ar*d-L beity. Then Jet as bo hi ¡ y take onr vtanJ, A n d all, a <t o n ■e, u nft e d be ; Grasp each o^her by,M>e paud, As brothers of in? w|íA¿|ie JBore clear «¡ft HBaptípt purer will disappear d ot Libertr. ^¡WfilfeBJ,! "" 1 ■ . .1 ]' lift fh>i iw.gr.) d my companions that 1 •risk; *o lowering down my l f ah* jd Hhetn to holg ón to the end • #v f t koMfng on tight, as I dirt hoi If was to the bottom. O, the bor- j lit! ÁFraídjo let go, to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 16 September 1854

MM terms fifty cts. "ltEMBMBER THE ALAMO! PER TOLUME. VOL. 2. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 16, 1854. ■n.wy..i ' ■ *•• NO 3. THE ALAMO STAR, JS PC BMSHRD ON KVKRT *Tt?ílf).lV BV )**. P. NKWCOMH d RobV J. LAMBKflT. t i far on Sol ¡if tiff S'rfti, SI.K. 11T ItI:MI\ IHi:unCiv* THE TEXAS KEVOLl'TION. t*lormiiig of Sail Antonio ite Itexar, «fee* ■ t A LATE OFt ICI K Olf TICK ARMY. C1IAI IKK III. T1 a ving$ m rellléé In the la*t chapter, thus "1 don't know ; it is easy to kill him, but the thin? if to got hiin alter he is killed." That was (lie difficulty, for the instant eith« r of us should h ave the yard, an hundred bullets would have been living at our head* lor our temerity, Now, Bill wasa daring fellow, and seeing Mr. ltooster malting oil, he could not hear the idea of losi#§ his breakfast, and before 1 could remonstrate, he fired, dropped hi* rifle and made a dash lor the much desired fowl, and succeeded in returning wffh it without injury, but not without drawing a heavy fire upon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 16 September 1854

■ *«« ' * LAMBERT. EDITORS. HATCH OA r, ISPTE HBEK X. I8<«. w paper has been started at Clark*- the Messenger. tM mroLic www How pleasing it U to see such free and libef- a! iasitutioos springing up in our country, throwing the light of kao wedge lato the. dark comen of ignorance—and—tiipgfriitton, the Jr ¥■ Commercial I , baa faile^l. Bank of Tennessee, é-.i ! I UTWe Team that a Meiican was shot la^t week while in the act cf stealing. Served him righf. ' fST Among the numerous arrivals in our delightful city, we notice that of Mr. E. Jones aad lad jr. They look in fine health and spirits. On Tuesday last, «ays the Lavaca Register, A. W. O'CoonelT stabbed J. Vanzyle, which terminated fatallg*fen Thursday morning. "" JlLI.-^ T 1 BTThe fell tgg| pPlpUhg In early this OwwBfcA' paat week have wagons from _____ _ Meiican was found dead ia a jaca! on the east si. e of the river. Invest—Died from drink and ex - mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmmmmmmmmm city of San Antonio, on Wed- inst., after a s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 16 September 1854

■é- i 854. THE ALAMO «TAlt. =ri= TOO HONEST. Scene 1.—"Mr. Slocum, I belieft^r 1" ."Yes, sir; James Slocum.'* 1 Some months ago, Mr. Slocum, you gave me credit for a~pair of bouts—price five dol- lar*. I have now called to liquidate the de- mand*" "Owe me five dollars 1 Well, really, I have no remembrance of the fact." r> Be .that as it may, the debt is honest, and mnvt be paid." Here the middle-aged man, in pepper and and salt cassimers, took out a well filled pock- et book and handed SloCum a twenty dollar bill. Slocum balanced aecount, and handed to the middle-aged gentleman in the seasonable wearing apparel, fifteen dollars, being the bal- ance on the boots. The middle aged gentleman left, while Slo- cum went off in a reverie. "Welt, the vsqpiW is not sobad after all; — here at least is one honest man. ~I will never speak ill of the human family again." Scene *2.— An Exchange Office—Enter Slo- cum. Bullion runs over the pictured blotting book, and throws out a twenty dollar b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 16 September 1854

a í "; %W Ti 11 The alamo star. 1854. *" " " (Frem firs fir*t page.) •Crock him in ike eye, tearing ft complete!y oat DayHght biffaa to dawn: when placing our broogh onr flvorite port hole , YOUTH' tOliÜHf. ENIGMA. I am composed of 11 left erf. My i, 5, 8 is the extremity. we returned their fire. Every ►hoi told, in vain the charge was eounded; in rain the officers cursed and swe«f and beat their men over their heads a%* backs to make rbem charge in upon us; they could nut stand the destructive fire of outrHlea, which mowed them down like grass. In fifteen mínate the square was cleared, mot an enemy was to be seen, with the exception j of the dead and dying, Beiri# in possession of the buildings commanding the sqiiare,shooting j down every one who dared to make hi* appear-' ance, they concluded that if was besito capita- ^ late while honorable terms might be given them, j They accordingly Jujéncd a flag of truce; we ■ were not sorry to see the white emblem flutter ; ing in the breez...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 23 September 1854

I ÍM m i I i VOL, 2. % SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 23, ■SB*-S5SWHF" SLIGHT SPSS THE ALAMO STAR, ! thru ugh, until old age cuines tottering on, and is published on gvfiKY saturo* Y by j wc 'uU^ back and cry "all is vanity and vcxa- J.u. P. NEWCOMB 4. Rou'r J. LAMBERT. : lion 01 «T ' -" Office &AiUd Siftel. i Such indeed U life upon iu false and ireacU- | erous bosom, 'midst storuis and whirlpools j cares and strife it bears us onward, to eternity ¡where the wicked cease to trouble" and that ! wearied spirit finds at last oblivion. f Passing on down the stream 1 discovered the dead body of an old Mexican woman laying ! upon the bank, her sex had proved no protec- j tion, she had hobbled to the river to procure a' REMINISCENCES or TUB TEXAS REVOLUTION. storming of San Antonio de Jtexar, &<% BY A LATH oFFfCKR OF THK ARMY. C1IAPTKR IV. It may appear sitante, but nevertheless it i> bucket of water when she was shot by her own 'ic, that men, who. a few hours piev ions,%ere ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 23 September 1854

• f. ** ém t ' ttitffiiWm « the Cost! IH4. the Pre - V it 10 o'clock 1 IfH kWe are rtiuch obliged to ©or agent «I i in for number 8, an d 10 of the Star. grprof. A. Ryan and lady were lecturing it Washington, Arkansas, on the 91st of A tig. J3T We will pubUfh neat week a well writ- US article from the Masonic Review, entitled; " Preemaaonry—Religion—Popery " We have been permitted by a friend to make the following extract from a letter from a gen- tleman in Lavaca, da ted Sept. 80th: %♦ "The stage has just come np from below ; no steams er toy*; we have had a terrible storm and also a rain; this is the first I have seen of the stage since it went down below on Sunday evening; in fact it was impossible for any- thing to face the atorm. There has been a great deal of damage done on the Bay to the shipping. N atly ail the small boats have 1854. timo CM * S iwjtaoftwTim tasUvening by a number of it me titers, who seeü ttrforf a deep interest in its welfare, a ought every American who fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 23 September 1854

1854. THE Alá MO S DEATH UP THE YOUNG. The Newark Mercury beautifully remark that childhood enters life at the cast, coming in* like a swallew, beneath the eaves. He is little, áad stands erect under the low curved roof. On he goes into the middle o the world. How swells tile dome above him, and manhood is erect still. But "westward, westward " is the word; and by andby he bends his bead beneath t'v roof. They say he is old; that the weight <*? years is on him; that he is looking for a pjace tojdeep—both is only thai he may clear the'rafters, Lower and lower does he bend, till with form quite double, he creeps out just i 'tween heaven and earth and is seen no more- Death is not 'afraid of the sunshine, for he comes itt summer. The rustle of ten thousand leaves does r ot startle him; the breath of ten thousand flowers does not charm him away. Indeed, he loves flowers, for they inutile his tread, and his scythe glides softly amid their 1 aves, waking no echo to disturb the unsus- j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 23 September 1854

THE A L AfM 0 S T A R 18S4. r"~T $• A & III ■I;. It : tf I Fif f 0 ! "ií-t . */ frimdi, fokied ttfd, "ti« dm «tMb ío d, he deád i* •lire." 4«dri« ■wwitomc- tagfiaf (t ay hrad ctutrd me to wake, a lag, Uttering votf bad gol hold of my ^reyifiott# and W4 en- oting to st eal ft from under my he ad; giv- ing bin (ÜK bcaryr curse for interupting the s weeteü^reáin I/évcr had I once more compos ed myselft© slumber. But a lew hours had elapsed e're ray mid- night friend paid me another visit getting up and driving him eíT, I found it was day. "Tb* worn it up again, the dewy mora, With breath «ti ineense, *«d wtib cbeek all blvora; Lftuf kinf Ujc eioud* «way, rfohj*layful «corn And living «« if earth contained no iomb,~ And glowing into day . was indeed a splendid morning, the sun majestically in the east, tipping the clouds with its golden rays and shedding his bright light upon the roiling earth; the air was pure and still, 'ljjif it wg§not long before there was ~ "" "* re norther, wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 30 September 1854

m I 1 1 I i i 11 ií i i S-." ' " tkums vi ft y crs. u u E m k m ii k R the a i. a m o wmmmmmmmmm PF.R VOLOME. ZmSS val •> SAN \vm\ll) TI'XAS, SKPTKMBKit :tt>. 1854. NO S TUi: ALAMO STAR. I* l'i Ul IMikO ON KVKMV * r O \ Y I V J*s 1 . NKWCÜMII & Hour .1 l. VA IU :n r Offt ts 'of.i <SW(«¡iií1 S¿ i f t l m. ■ J MI. ■< I'khii !!;«• Tnir atm-iii mi THK a!HKIII€'«N 1 Tile .Vuie ríe ,i ñ t^lTíi' mi y ü tve -«- n Floating «>n librit) •> i amparé lorevet , Hill! may it be, a* it etfer has beer . To ali ty i ant 's and despots a lenur «fill H eep H- folds tiI)(tit Id to til'* wiud. So ib' opp-rtand down tr *den himv see The emblem iliat will tyrant'* temitid Belongs to the la tul ot the tree, May that (lag ever iloat, as of yore, When bl •<<•({ hv our forelathei's wíii shci!, Who rsisrd it and boie it before And followi*d wheje, victory h ad, í^till haflowed ib- Stati and the St jipen— The emblem (lull floats o'er the tree ; May it never l>e sundeieu by strife, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 30 September 1854

LABTMttT. EDITORS k 3U, IWA>> • THK WEATM15** alfil* miel *<l |* - * tl saiw Wi hare had a «teady rata ti*t ifc# tasf iwtf all winter «f al! tMÉÜi ^mü9«* • or 6re 4av , aüd when ü la ímh k San aMre «nplr *«**.< i&a* a uVífcaal €k#**g* - Antonio, (as the ayitttt ¿s.) never kti >*s &< L< f -a ♦*#«•.*d mt*h I 4 U íirii IJ Hop, 1,-Lt lite p**p^«fag ••UMwíxta Üiat ibera ia lo be another So- has b*enin Jones of New Mea ico, daring the past week. is selling in this city, from fifteen to eighteen dollar per barre!. Bather tirar ! lyitev. Mr. Ltcasa, will preach on Sunday 9>oraicg at lea o'clock in the Presbyterian Chord*. *>mile and a tear/' we ka*e iV wwbafcf^aWf monote ny oí tilia and mud, ta decide i* the rri'Ht di-agreeaU# we would kav« to eon- gregate the enit 'u* ea #« and hear the > t ** and tast* ol almost every MfthNI in the suili on the subject. But lb**f«r i* one deeiH <tt * hi h natural/ presents itself to ti'* díctales < 11 ü moii wtt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 30 September 1854

M SÜ IK "W{ mm 3Sp ''%${&■ • ,!x- £?> M fiS. II SfÉB 1854 THE ALAMO STAR 3 A*T* VH MAIIi TUB MBMOHir OV THB DEAD. ^ *>*n «fib- Santa tm mail lioe arrived i,. " ' « «1«Wti anJ beautiful thing la our • "II * ity i'it 1.1-I evening I he i*thí r pait break- i ' • ^ÍJ r''' when the heart im tu uchcd a lili fcütt- I ¿¿«*,1 I.. J.-II1I Oa-trotiUe, Ir. m having ¡ «-Bed'by «une tranquil kapploew or affection- .vi until if ■ wait of nTver along |$J0,lKaíj fe- j *llt* feeling, tbe memory oí Iba «lea.l eoiues over II m.. i pnwrtTrily an.llrri-j.i~ial.lv. It would. seem almost as though our better thoughts and ■l-'i-giiif: v 4 Mr. li* The nam -wmr «ttutefeed by Indians at Howards Spriags; they are thought to Dumber about thirty. They met ! hyn PatM*s were t hai in*, in virtue oi which the new tuaii line at Van Horn Wdii going on { "1<: *oul is called to hold some vague and ... wh,-l , thi-. Ta the ojiposiition t,. the uell | myateriopa intercourse wit the spirit of those I ondnet M ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 30 September 1854

NTJCB. ALAMO STAR. 1854. BIIONA I'm rottgb, I'm smooth, I'm wet, I'm dry ; My nation low, my title high ; TfigTrihp mvlawful niaM^1 i ; I'm us'd by all, thongh only his. ■ ■>. sweet—to listen To Ike aoft wind' gentle swell, And think we bear the mu*ic Oor cHlldfcOod knew •o well, T# gaze oot on the even, And the boundless fields of Air, And feel ags in our be y he *!* - w *h To roam, like angel* there' There arc many drearu of gladness That clinf around the past— And from the tomb of ice ling Old thoughts came thronging fast— The forma we loved so dearly In the happy day*now gone. The beautiful and lovely, >j. So fair to look upon Those bright a ad gentle maiden* Whd seemed so formed for blis«. and too heavenly a world as tWf •oft eyes seemed swimming of liquid light, lock of £old were streaming ws so sunny bright. Wf7" ' • ¥ ^ , Whose smiles were like the sunshine ^ In the spring time of the year— Like the changeful gleam* of Apt ii They followed every tear' REBUS. ! Two letu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 9 October 1854

TEHMS FÍPTY CT8. KRMRMBBK THE AL All O! VOL. 2. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS. OCTOBER 9, 1854. this mm nut, IS Prm.l*HRD ON BTRIY MONDAY Y J as. 1 . NEWCOMB ARo.'t J. LAMBERT. Office an Sutid+d Street. i i II i ii ii ■! iimmmmammmmmmmammmmmmmrnm Written tire Sur. PREVAHlCATwk, "Kister Aiiiariua, please tell rae what is pre- varication 1" ' Its a long hard word, my little eiss, what makes yon ask ?" 4 "Now be in earnest, sister, i knew that be- lore. I ask because my teacher called Susan llama prevaricator, and I want to know it it means, anything good or bad." . •'Well, siss, it is sometimes called a 1 white He**" "Oh, be in earnest sister, ia a white lie any letter than a black or redone V "You seem to he quite sober, siss ; what do ¿ott í all a black or ted Hel" 'i don't think lies hare any color. Our ma siys alt kind of lies i a falsehood and an un- truth, and that we should always speak the 'twill, (he whole truth, and nothing but the truth." ' Well siMer, I will he serious. Supposing t&g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 9 October 1854

LI HE! y 1 - •" 4' X ' ' ::í ' • I LáMBBBT, KDITOH8. Pi á>£í& i: 2w3V.'H r>. i 1851 **3y TIMC CtVO. IWrPHUBV night, ifcrre o/c^letiairtiaeiu ¡asi wteir. t/n É^Ajurdu^ tii^ki last, the Fotítesií a Ni^'ht a nd Love in ltum •. j ble Lite, were presented to a crowded^uut-^'+tt^raTF-^ "of the meeting. e District Court auí/oaroed on Satur- liou.v, 'i'Ut jtati ol >lJ«Kbe*s d« Chart res," u the fy st pkce fbtind a respre*en- i*Monday la*t, P. Count? Commissioner, MAP. l*a Ho. U illtm ílif. dnfvtffs arrived in town tas I week t?lp to Méiíco in search of á ne£io Iu #as iucáfsafat in i^ttlng^ Mili T— WPW^II-<WWP 'mill j I if '■ ' 1 "<p * V° < ''a*6 to** ** «•« jOffc will MM AH* TWIWHT www wm> pr- i-atwto fi t*M*Utoeit,. twiog * we* *W«fcf}^ sonatina of this beautiful part has w, n for her ih* admiration of oor tBtatre goers. Her # Christine," ia the a Iter piece, was excellent Maik Duval,v was uken fay ¿diss Jk *i phiue. Mi* * Jot* is a young artiste of decided mgntj i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alamo Star — 9 October 1854

I «Jtt II jlJIIIBI 1854. üü ' uní iwfi ninfi Mi THE ACLAMO STAR. DIDD %'KSTBHDAY. Every day is written this little *entene<*— "Died yesterday, so ami so." Every dáy a It ON AW CATHOLIC OATH. I, A. B.. now in the presence oí AUaigtby UoU, the fclessed Virgin Alary, Uie ble* ed jlowcris plucked from some sunny home—a I Micheal, the Arch Angel loe Í£$esse4 &t John breach nude in some happy eirely—a jewel ; the.tí.¡fpü«t#ihe ho})' apoatles Sc Peter and St. acoten Irom aem-j treasure o Move. Each d*ly Paul, and thegad «gugftfd. *IUí4 Ueav- Irom the tñmmer fields of life, some harvester ' an,'and you my fthostly Father, do declare disappears; yea, every hour, «orne sentinel Irom my h«au without íiuíüuI renervatin, that tails from hia potAf and it thrown from the ram Crre#erv or the present inrrtmbentV— parts of Time into the surging waters of Ku*r 's <-hist % Vicar, and is the uuc and only head ft\. Kvenaswe write, the funeral proce** <fu "I 'he lTniveVsi£1'Church throughout ...

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