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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 October 1852

LT FOR THE CODITBT IT H CHERRY. HC STREET, GALVBSTOM, TEXAS. [ a year, il paid at (be time of if paid within six months; and t be delayed until after six months lions discontinued until all arrear- copies, if paid for at one time, will be sent ta an/-one post office for twenty dolían a year Sabscricbers may remit money by mail at our rftfc,« enclosed in«'he presence of the Post Mas- part Master «re authorized to act as agents «ad doiuct 10 per cent, on moneys they remit, jy All letters must be prepaid. X&* All transiant advertisements must be.paid for at the time their insertion \* ordered. Published by w. Cherry.j VOL.HI, "Lrror ceases to be dangerous, ft Truth is ieit free to combat it" [Terms PER ANNUM. g&e gournai. Strong Testimony. opponents The Wheeling Intelligencer has the follow- ing spontaneous testimonia! from a Democrat who served in the Mexican War under Gen. Scott. I* is the unsolicited declaration of an ¿«nest man, arid needs no comment at our bandsí The state...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 October 1852

. / 11!. * of the e it acceptable to all classes.— will be giren upon the ar- wiih all matter of local readers " posted op"[ General Scott la the West. Tbe accounts by the papera of Gen. Scott's tour through the ^Teitern State*. prove it to be oflte triumphal dismay (as he among tj>e Dei goes. Tbe do fbeir ne Tbe farmer ch, producing terror and a doea to the enemy.) us* r.w.9. strive to him respect, «implements hus- bandry in the field, the mechanic drope his tools upon tbe shop bench, and the laborer X*". vTTX.r«/quíta M* toifesome task at the announeetpeot t£SSS^ approach, and aU hasten to do him jj0 pain ^rUi be! honor, and to see and rsMce by the h«nd<he >IKl mojt reliable re- \great patriot chieftain, who haa so long and domestic and foreign, aad j §o faithfully devoted hia lile, talent ?nd eoer- Igies la tbe service of hia coyniry, and whose labors tor the Whig party, (and!f,¡3lory anj Jame will be forgotten only with Abe support and patroqage of ,j,e annals of Americ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 October 1852

u ,uifr,,er« treemeu t Surely he would. The following letter lrom the Hon. George I V,,y J?®1 ? Scolt ha been charged with | r Badger, a Senator of the United States íüre,y wh® malte thÍ9 ^-.CaroUoa, U io «p., ¡nvUarÍ";t0':?hr4i^rrre,Í%! lion to address the Whig Club of Raleigh, j more with abolitionism. COMMERCIAL. New It merits the particular attention of Whigs; II "Pljea™ thejn, sir, to me, as Mr. Fillmore *bo may have preferred another candidate Orleaa* Market. PlCAYCIÍE Omcí, > Friday Evening, October 8th. J t, ~ — COTTON.—The adrices by the Asia, the „ Wiat General Scott is •• entitled to steamer of the 25tb ulL, showed a decline of Jd. jhe Presidency to the one who received <* every true Whig." Surely a"d a dnU market. Contrary to the expectation . * 7* J,.' "e of ihe South may well confide in him «■•*. these accounts had no effect upon oar «IMS no «nation ot the National Convention. , Born and reared ia a Southern State acciw markel; lhe deBland was active, and resulte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 October 1852

from New York, kit that the San «d Agent lor núwng •aid Road, bad met II io New York, aai in the hope of nuanf SSS— our Western Ex . Percifer pc Sitifh, mil hk head quarters from Sao _____ Chrkti. S3* The proprietors of the Lavaca Com- their establishment for sale, as of engaging hi other busi- represent the office to have a and the paper an extensive The Commercial has been es- y**n T«* Nsw Whig Soro, which appears to- day, was sent ns from the country by an un- known friend, Iron whom we hope to hear * act suggest, en passofif, that it be mmt proficient in the art, in Wmfe to be sung at the Democratic Barbecue to come off shortly in this city, twAL.—The Leon Pioneer of 29tb that Jodge b- D. Evans has with- i as democratic Elector for the State. The Judge has adopted this course of being convinced that io the office of elector, he would tliat of Judge. 1 " f. ! •ays " The few Whigs who I Geo. Scott are soon eno- fhe numerous Democrats in will support the veteran patriot ier are not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 22 October 1852

A boor three weeks ago John Vast Btjren a speech at Faneuil Hall, Boston. We toó extracts from his ha- iven by the Traveller and the ether hf the Comonwealth:. now made for Van Baren ly introduced as the He was received Thanking the. audi ion, remarking that it ! the ineetimghe refer- at HUsboro,* declared ' King, alluded to I that he had always * the relation* between matter had alwayn been in favor of —" Boston Traveller. •Ashe had before had occasion to say, he to know thai he supported more testimony of the estima- "on n which Prank Pierce and the Loeotbeo parte are held by irishmen, with regard to the religious test: [Nashua (N. H.) Telegraph, r lrtM^®r®gned Catholics and citizens of Nashua and Nashville, having seen a state- ment signed by some thirty-six of our country- men, in which h is stated that the Democratic party in this State has uniformly been op- posed to what is called the religious « test," and that the Democratic nominee has exerted hi rise 11 to erase that odio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 22 October 1852

p MM SifeiNSs - ~ ~t *y>^ . 'rrtttkcr~rrrs?"t «<r. ly.'r* ""..wh r< 'r «-•< ;gfcí, 'a (a—K ÉC m IL,. I nr • a *m*. we can come to i*at Gen. Scott will ' the ^if* '♦'• T "l .«uI'H- •: .¿¿*L . * m^ü>. :L¿L J^Í . ...... ; «upremary we calm and hone tl>fcwi of pes, which are not to be mistaken^ port Every mail brings to as [Editorial Correspondence.] New OauiAtfa, Oct. 16,1852. I hare heard bat little a boot the Crescent City aljai?. since my last ^Xft*^^Parfn resulted from the the Ü. 8. Steam frigate PoWhalan, and if _ milter, r "1 ' 1 inBBse . efnment to demand .«¿dress im-1 insult to the American flag by Spanish gov ta of eminent officials. TUcal excitement rof* extravagantly in this city just f w. Meetings «re heíi Internal Im The ocr dats Later pr fl I C. Arrival of the Steamer Arctic EcROPsfc* f - ' • be placed in the evidence# to Democratic clubs, but bfjpih tne -Wrfctsr YHO* ^dératii <r j| id. * 1 ftew. thai 4>e JVliig4: y solicited. We Ho- of our friends...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 22 October 1852

at before the *, and as it .i •- i' , Balti- . Ki'.. . ■ «■yjadge. *fi«r i Wí Colmen, « Protection lb American In- the Free Trad* rt*|f«Profee. present dhy, who demmnee the bv the Whig platform, PmsenUc faith, oar readers Crrr, April 2S, 1884. nailed upon us, and gave us liberty ndence. That same Providence has means ot national defence. If __ lase the gift* which hare been extended to us, we deserve not a continuance of s. He has filled oar mountains and ith minerals—with lead, iron and cop- risen us a climate and soil fur the of hemp and wool. These being the __ is Is of our national defence, they oagbt to hare eaieoded to them adéqua te and iair protection, that our mannfactureis and laborer may he placed in a fair competition with those of Europe, and that we may have within our own count, y a supply of those leading and important arietes aa essential in war. 1 will ask what is the real situation of the ag- more Cli takes no aueation'uftmr Whigs. It patriot, who, ÜVp. bv the Moo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 22 October 1852

ff a* ir, Capt. Talbot/ v«§ fcvwttaoivnftrrjr Union, I Kiii fu-buiineii I1 iy SLWWJPTSmSS ¡Wííí fesi *??•%:<&>© terms to the tt'irté. T fp Baazos Riven, jra the Ranger, has, the last tire days, vían 12 feet and Washington but nppmanre. <The merchant* ara daily re rftriog new stock* of good fix-the Fail and * . « ' ■ aelimgton Ranger, in copying ta Iba Whig Central the ofice of Elector, this letter ■uppraaaeJ by Committee 7" In reply, business the Ranger man, 1 a right to expect the ft? It was addressed to with which no Demo- tic editor bada right to in- can assure the Ranger that did not withhold it from publj any fear of disaster to the Whig would result from ite publicity. given by Col. Ashe Gen. Scott be examined, that hi* fint reason kills the his second negative* the Jlrtt. carrying the idea that Scott from r " woold be loo and headstrong to be advised—the t he would, should he be eleeted, be to Mr. Seward and a large «hare af power and patron- t under his administ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 29 October 1852

XI Ha Y FOR THE CCrUJTBI BY BBKY. GALVE8T0W, TEXAS. lid at the time of six months; and unt l after six month?, nued until all arrear- ! time, will be «eat c^aay oue port o«ce tor twenty dollars a year. SubAcrieoef* may remit money by mail" at ou<" rWr, ií enclosed in the presence of the Post Mas- ar. « Post Masters are authorized to act as agents end deduct 1§ per cent-, on moneys they remit. f^T All lettersmust be prepaid. cr. All transient advertisements must be paid for at the time their insertion is ordered. Y Ef)t Journal. PublishedI W. Cherry. [Terms $2 50 per annum- "Error ceases to be dangerous, n Truth is left free to combat it" VOL. III. GALVESTON, Terms oft Subscription ( £5, 6 months RATES 01 llalfSquare, 1 iM'a Esch subsequent oo Larger or year! ed at a reasonaJ rates.—All advertisements, he legitimate bnsmess ol will be charged extra. Twelve lines constitute - In the above table we have adoi Sfess & sn?. ™4! al, which is equivalent to a 5- and the half socare me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 29 October 1852

yév^S^fe-í —>— lili L" POR 18.5 2. r Journal will be i political of ihe fonr coun- the ar- ahrtters of local ers " posjfd ap" the politicians of important from Congress No pain* trill be domestic and foreign, ano BHBIIÍKhHHÍ [E iitoriat Mollees.] Oca Ntw Orleans Business Dircctobt i:i¡g room*, dfcc. ^ new ceam boiler and eu- girie hare been puf up on the basement floor, We take ntounra in mlKog ihe utenlion of ?"d. •**'« 'htma"y ""w'*h''he ««"J ' „ *. la Applied, an abundant supply of cold and hot •xas Merchant#. Planters, &c.k to the no- water gent to all parla ol the building. Texas merous New Orleans htwmew cards which ap- pear in oor to-dsy'sfpper for the first tirae. Commission L. Stone A Co., oldest Commwrion Harper & Co-^who do and Commission young gentlemen. C. M. Harvey gives par- ticular attention to the purchase j^Je and sbip- parts ol the building. Our brief and rapid description can give but a faint idea.pf the marked cfcÉBge for the bet- ter that has taken p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 29 October 1852

of Philadelphia. Minster to this by the nrsday, niwr, on landing - r-£ n p* J. R. Isoersoll—The following .from the Liverpool Mercury, ol waited from the ol Commerce: Messrs. M. P. Eyre Evans, F. fiamil- Muleumsori. Barber «rid Mr. Dnncan. the Secretary. The eongrnttrfated the American Miiis- arrival in this codntrv. and invited with the members ol the Chamber day. Hon. Mr. Irigersoll at ooce the invitation, ami promised to visit ¡^¿pod again as soon alter he had entered 5pon the daties of his office as he could make Jtangements for Teaving London. In the ne ol conversation with the deputation, yr.lngeraoll Hinted thai Mr. Secretary Web ¿ir had informed him betore he left the United States, that no difficulty would or could arise «ih Great Britain on the fwherv question The honorable mained at the Adclplti Ho'- > Coring Wednesday nigh', tnd left Liverp >l tsterday by the 9 A. M. train for London. jfe andrstand that the diplomatic functions of j«o. Abbott Latrrence. the present...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 29 October 1852

L — tiki mm UTIWT MfHOM NfiW UBLEAH& TELEOliPHIC. THE ELECTION RETURNS. — -« ■ ire tee that (lie Trinity oo Wednesday. rnmmm ik# fouml in The writer throws out rariowi a*ert ns, and challenge the Committee who reported abore and other reaolmkma to fhe meeting, controvert his argument*, though he ean- not think, that at) the members ol the Commit- • ' * whfcli m íe® j0*"**1 in 1,16 report recommending the i optnwm, wnc |adftpt{on ^ fhe abov^ bat H ^did, they were ''laboring under a moat tata I delusion." Without any ambition to take up the chal- lenge, thrown out by "Lannes," or enter into controversy with him in behalf of the Com- mittee, we will simply state for his information, that we have not beard of a aiogU member of that committee, who did not concur in the above resolution, nor do we know that any of them are "laboring under a most fatal delu- •on," and if ''¿omet" thinks so, it is very strange that he should be ambitious to katch up a cootrovery with a set of deluded me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 5 November 1852

Sleumal, FOR THE COUNTRY BT W. CHERRY. STREET, GALVESTON, TEXA8. a year, it paid at the time of «id within six month* 2nd ymeat be delayed until after six months. .Noff^tions discontinued until all arrear- Ten copies, if paid for atone time, will be sent Í VtnyooepMtolfice for twenty dollars a year. "Sabscricbers may remit money by m*il at our I risk, I* in" the presence of the^ost Ma^ Post Masters are authorized toaet as agents ¡ ^ deduct 10 per cent, on moneys they remit. Al letter; must be prepaid. All transient advertisements must be paid | g* at the time their insertion is ordered. ■* : —*éig¿i¡¡l¡^ Ettt Sjottruai. ftwuts of Naturalized Citizens.—One of the ,trooge*t óf the perceptive ' right " claimed by 40!i ol the oU guvernmeets is that by which ifcy profess tohoid authority over the service of ' >jtif subjects against the will of the latter. A bom under the shadow fa dark shadow it tin Published by W. Cherry.J VOL. III. "Error ceases to be dangerous, when [Terms $2 50 pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 5 November 1852

UTO*. í 1852. libe of the to ai) classes.— all pans of oar coan- be gives upon the ar- with all matters of local ported up" of No pata will be and most reliable re- * lor the Whig party, aad support sad patronage of national and conservative ; shall improve the Journal from ! just in proportion a* this patronage Timi: Journal—Published Monday's and affording superior ed every Friday im. and leaves ii mom- for the is úfsoed. will make a deduc- the above rates, it llrom individuals respectfully solicited. We so- , and the aid of our friends in the papers we offer Journal- W. CHEURY, Proprietor €*d PvbUsher. lynds neatly and promptly on the most reasonable coutaioing itnpor- any quarter of the s fire paving tubteri- '' one copy grata. \Yf xov.Tiwar Election pawed off very quietly in this city, little mtareat being manifested, at feast by any porade, noise or display. We douoJ recollect ever to have observed, any- where, an election tliat caueudao little excite- ment From the vote below...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 5 November 1852

■ skí al Palace.—The N. Y. a handsome view of the crys- ace to be erected en Reservoir Square, Exhibition oí the Industry ot all to be he4d in flial city daring next cpring. The de*£n t (highly imposing and «orne what similar in ornamental character, its general aspee/ to its tended redecessor, though of much less ex- nsions, and differing in many of the A Story op Tai E3tht.—Poets compare human eyes to stars. JU struck us that we preferred those real stars, shining through the wall to certain glittering human eyes which a lady once saw shining from her wall. As trt oe netu «1 uiaiciiy uaniig ncji «laity once saw shining from her wall The design represents a building oí a the story goes, tlie poor Tady, destined to a ter- rible 1'nght, was sitting alone before the fire opposite a mirror which rested on the man' tlemece, and taking ofi her jewelled necklace u bracelets before going to rest, when she details ofconstruction. The ground jrian or looked up accidentally and saw in the mir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 5 November 1852

SUV. 14 IM* @SOB^C.ty, [JS litorial Correspondence.] New Orleans, Oct. 28,1552. The steamer Day, whjch leaves this morn- vessel built for thefing lor Galveston, will hear io you the melan- «8, made, her frpp ear. chotyaud welcome intelligence^'the death Bo - of the last of thai great trU* of patriotic states- men, whose name* not orftv shine oat on the hrigfitesl page Of American history, but are oft'the hop o« itiuTuI vesselof over 600 and brings out a full freight ot well known and appreciated in every comer ing election. Whilst I was traveling in such Railroad Iron, ami the first Jo- of the civilized world. Yei *, the compeer ofa t imported into Texas, (or the Harris The vessel* cabin is a «píen icd. and combines all T-P3, r~i which** passenger may wiab making a voyitpc, The passengers arrived terms of the vessel and tJjft'vefiRel, her enterprising otfn- I agents, always good succe**, andas as «or Illand City may be visited by ifeTIyipeto see her with full h|a both way*. r\ 1 ;t ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 12 November 1852

ü&erltls Journal, EXPRESSLY FOR THE COü!fTRY BY W. CHERRY. MECHANIC 9TREST, OALVtSTOS, TEXAS. TERMS.—82.50 a year, it pai l at the time of tubscribing; S3 if paid within six month*; and 50 if payment be delayedi until after wx month . No subscriptions discontinued until all arrear- ages are paid. Ten copies, if paitffor at one time, will besent to anyone post office for twenty dollars a year. Suhscricbers may remit money by-mail at our risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Blas- ts post Masters are authorized to act as agent* deduct 10 per cent, on moneys thfy remit, py All letters most be prepaid. QT At! transient advertisements must be paid for at the time their insertion is oni« red. CVbt Journal. [Our Correspondence*J Mablin,#F«iU«< Comity. Tpx¡i«, ) October 25ili, 1852. \ M*. Eoitob : I left the village of Waco yesterday HI morning, in company with the 3d Ju.liii.ii jV"!oi,!H;rVi,'''"«*¡ re on th.a account. euti- Published by YV. OíIeury. roí "Erroi rutti is telt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 12 November 1852

3ourual. Editoi. MIODBMALN FOB J8f S. :Weekly and Semi-Weekly Journal will be of newt as jreJJ mm M political and it will be the constant effim of the U nake it acceptable to all classes.— fronj all pauta of our coun- try and other natiopa, Wi)l be given upo* the ar whrai of oor «sapera, with ail SWUieps of local interest. W^all keep oor readers '«posted up" with jrjpi J going on among the politicians of lb* pajea, nd what is important from Congress jgpd the State Legislature. No pains will be I to publish the earliest and most reliable re- ' markets, domestic and foreign, and ; intelligence. Journal labors fo? the Whig party, and t u? expect the support and patronage of real whig®, if not of national and conservative democrats. We shall improve the Journal from time t6 time jast in proportion as ibis patronage is extended. TCIJil Semi- WtckUf Journal—Published Monday's and Thursday's at $5 per annujp, affording superior advantages to advertise*. Weekly Journal—Published eyenr Frida...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 12 November 1852

i ítiípft City Affair— Fall Account of KP*M Ur Lmst Visit to Havana. ytecapy hwa Ibe .N. O. Picayune of the 0b •{list, foflofwing pari ¡enlape of the visit J the Crew* Otty.. to Havana - The D. S. Mail steamship Crescent "City, Hgmy K. 1)evenpori, U. S. N~ commander, here this rooming from New York, via Havana, in eight days and thirteen hours, ls«*<ng the 4attor port at 9i o'clocck a. nt.-en Tiifto ~ Jfc *e Creatent City approached -the More fh« P*,ot came and enftuire<l i' Capt. Porter Purser Smith was on board. Upon beino; " that the latter was on hoard, he de- lving the chipio, and Capt. Devenport _ in wlthotft Ws assistance. As soon as anchor was let go the Captain or the Port dine along side, ana after learning that Mr, gtpiih was on hoard be stated that no com- munication could ae had with the shore u ntil lie returned from a visit to the Captain Gen'l. On his return he stated that the mails and passengers for Havana might be landed, but Jhai no other person would be pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 12 November 1852

®fre Journal. NEW ORLEANS, Nov: 4, 18& The Plrajruue con lain* a very, interrsfinf We are indebted to the polit* clerk of fetter I rom one of if* Mexican corre* paulen if the Steamer Jumes L. Day for the following ¡n regard to a new ronte to California, in memoranda : \ which the people of Galveston, as well at '9T outside the bar at Matago*la those of Near Orteana, nmy>e interested. It Bay, steamships Texas and Mexico, at anchor, waiting water. Abo. the Bremen bark Diana, off* Matagorda bar, bound to New Orlean*. The schooner William, Beech master, from -Aransas bound to New Orleans, in attempting to go out over Aransas bar, got ashore on lower end of St. Joseph's island—abandoned, and will be a total loss. Toe E lectio .—By the retorna from the different States received at New Orleans by telegraph, We nro satisfied that we (the •Vlitg*) are badly beat—there's no mistake about.it and oí course we "gov's it up. We cfrm't intend to commit suicide. or gire np oar seems that the...

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