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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 February 1844

I |-i r,* lo«lí .*#b Mti.-.H) i.n 3U ou ulotrla tilouw li "Itlim'i ni' "3H nti'i ui'iiti tiiiou' 'jili ín !:T TMnw'> .1.1 '3ll lll-'l 'J'VIl'l BYHiSTüiET.1 i^B ni ■ rr: i—:■ ■ I 'i. i.'' . I'.' 1.1 . ■ 1 i I u/'T i-"'1 "• iutliuítiu2 íuirf «ont¿ M-f./ 10 j;< i¡jJriTTT. CT * ¡©ÁFrMtBrioj. «v I l3*<( ¡jSfc mm ¿ti monlbs .¡a 6>e liiiis <¡f WifWH* itf «índ óf tha^fl.V. Al.o. 'p^lifheí crtiiMf,i|t 5 pm a tumi payable in adVh«Mttiv> «quar*. w« <tolbr.lpr ,ü fór*tjmtore ía • n?r ^ bffiT AU MlwtatMi Wiltrt oírte «ffiefe rnoít b« p<Mti paíd o jMfaMWijna they may make, willy^v^o^^oiiV^ut aJTliou- jf W,0 ifdW,'itihMMM&inaM ^ itowip'tobtf other ><pa«tjy,an«| períist Inlaying ítba\ {bey lüve themselves beencbeaiéd,,i>or-<ibat they-, V kW hav yjfy fills'#" **«•«* *í<bf*)frww ®Ü«B;U¡l vertUment*. •"• lOjí Mtt^^.hftébii^irirtt^tíf toorelhrtrtir^lin.é in l*>trM|W;«lt< blip. ;i3itiii,I)«¡ bu '!) ilifV wk|iuJ(ii. lAH'uwjaiüiii miin.ni.. ni i.iiiM ^ miJC...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 February 1844

* - ¡§P -r ioutte, alveslon pect t< ducts .7. M - v-íá ÍVS ■P ■tí tul V7 m y ff/i .1. p/.A$i l(4n>.,s!?.u^diw.PuW¡c Ittilí M jre. JaVr: 1844. m,Ü9 í 172 20 . 309 13 198 76 3,999 99 §51,399 26 «5r the despatches recently received froro.pW Commisr Mowirl loiMeateoJu - ^ 1 -•■ ♦<• i i'epcrfrt has; "ré'afVqd longtbeRio thyindetov* b^ae iljuminatedi >)M* ac~ couht, adia stat)ed, eF/unairmistice for ted jéars 'ha v- itogbeen agréeüupon bythe-Cb^iMwiffiW#'W the iVtó cbúntries. « ~K 8i "flífilí *?1 r,« >f,J wwfwW' ¿msiw m w*Wí ■o long a truce; but, from the varjousiepoitswhich ted Stat not, therefore, reasonably ex- ma/lút fW bursu/pli ie ratXMM i at i rig tiflt the suane W ttg of lion ed the in 'period baa $! liiuuW I'ay ) ,a iii >rn 7>fj; , > , - • ! ,,,• ^p.hfcd neither paper , letters, or informaiioufrom «1 ,Vf>. reach us, all concurriti of hbatilitieí'for sÓmé •ji ( • i ) dj9j <iiij jo , upon, we are led to llind,jl? ,t^ep place,', Washington by the Icfst ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 February 1844

Wf- wfissi • -11 iV'JM TÉ"'1 f W- mm* ;iy * :.,«! " 1 bo so WW ° ' coat..' swollett with $m i * . I44> 4tf It mttito, lii'mming acriaod. üL11/8.^^181'11"8 in r -v «£ Inklfn. *h«t a soul her -!* brwab my r ÍFhe childaifenglb,, Gis íacp ev JHp¡"g. 'K . , .. fl am sorry :U> <li8app.>nittyou,' said the roan of Í8Ufoie, but &4fyace in iuvMr. 0-1——-'a store was fM«i> úp yestjfduy/ f ... - i Tl e boy stn^po4*^ru6hing ¿o4'i ¡piiowájlf lotfc«( he gafo the «i m lie boy stm)peqi>ru6ni ic* 'I^ni'lj jaic in B i y as well Mirve. .Motfc EaOTFP'lliflHgHpHHg tt «The man leis^rV was sh ^ boy a d^l-SotrfA**. •MM '. . M cr —— burst Tut th in- sobbing, "vii •'!• ü' hd fiillfl'Wtrig- tat the natoraWeath ^ n iui%«,1(*lhe metropolúvten werce bunt. Thij other three were not all«W*d;li -'4i^,h < ibeir riatuial way, lfttJ5|eri- ultimately cut -F'rñ " ' , %í^ r Burnt Years. Druiy LaneiTlunilíe, 1662 1672 • .<W!>;tür< 1674 1791* tr.KíViP.* UHV 18" nt theatre, m e pre which Fiji...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 10 February 1844

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 February 1844

. J. -*■ • '3 ¡Mis «fot is or «i# ■kUuUtiiftiriÉMiÉÉ JA nWT^ í/rTa* «Tfc^rrh I ...|rf|| «t*M|fc«ánti é* 4á—^ ^___ Vlsw: 'M«í* Wy<m ¿M^'W of fiw'hi u> Á^lPfly to tüfcjlííito P ■><"« w ^•yKÜnbé.dfiect ^g^nnnm of Trinity «fe.alth* m reí v«r:". *r. jtrfi | s abuft *g | timi# 19 t<rt«J'l tífotlü. wítb tb* 'ÍWfbfío-rq I'Í (I CT J RM ifWlpWWlff* f«,h^y*oot boeti «bl« toor '' ti by¡ - Coogceu/ ¡-.i' -i'' f 3 1 'u;°: I M i «¡feliéF dftüé ifficerí,^ m ■;m^ Útept. appropriating tlie aatove ft TOT ^ frtflf 7HrrTTWf^WW -tüu odt'io ia-m-, ~xiV" . >i<¡,jrí *tir rti WHWiJtM !¿! ; >> 'J pW jp«¿fc^8fiH • f'• riwo'wr gHdt¡ó*MWl <fcrtí!tW 1 ¡Ufo «WrtrifléTiWtH wofeKyr r v>rt4 ámto ktákrttánm l«íé M > 3rí;J - ' .. íí* . ! £§■• íp «v ~ KplaibDd ;w¡(hout difficulty, a**o¡ «tfioiftaiei] <Uwyi>wobl<h>if rentan atnfltá# w*f? afloWeá féif uttípél StfMtfH'fc ¿^af'nyiij^irátU^' vlaltíi' rA 'tU¿"iiu>* i *«> < 'f'Ü íirn'^MrtwjríJ' I# «n<)ioduot)m0Dt>f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 February 1844

t i: i i I 1 a a m ~ mx/i, ATI FBHKüAKx ..nam UK .rrow. r loe. to Iti eoflbe absence of the Rector, M not be opened for Divine Service ban¡ ij tiiitj ncofi! of February. This will create another advance simi- lar to ike bat-and lboa* whs *se¡ pnrchaúigfátlh* reducedTpiTc^IilIfrée^ an«l^^arie..fJfcfir«M J. Tin ■■las j tulurday added up 1*00 bare .1 . fcijy, fd'iHt?d b**hf recentCettgrew, giye the right , of auffrage to every citizen, otherwise entitled to r*¿t8i''ViWi ijla'Mh'idítéd by the eorooratirtrt and ■'<■'$& 4ÍÍf^M days preylous I. 0i> % °f- e,ec' ftí-wiwsftww right;,*6 rffrtái lita ,iolavaíii rf'-i" .[■« >r «i ■qH" <*'' ' atuil '^i v ed) aMnhtif twi • mi ••"•ti/". ■■ «tn><8afme«daténg eadeator haa> remarked that, after all, editors orebtit meTr,:áftdumhy'líotVietÍtnéa make mis- takes. W&fear tbañtbere i some tnfth in the as- sertion ,i Vojive^l , recently, frppa.¿hp,,¿Vest, a beautiful apecimen of domestic sugar, with á verbal fMUalfifee thit ledt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 February 1844

m . , r-.$ f I?. ..*• '• 1 ;:Y it Mi JischWp^ lié rdtufcied to tb^«itV'Where be grtt I HI robt*d vul'of ÜmfoW dallara 'b^píáswberi, iMvWtHijhM*vyiiU,(bft nuada,¡>p^¡^ oii *vtke Jurei; ^ poiiete.tefteii.fov «¡permit■■in- tha hospital Sor I few *«^.1Wl¥ei *Wmwi|mfci<t:w«i- W U,rlly,? mode not, When :ijpe old ^ro f rtivoj ar<J fullj (tvilÍMd foe degradation to wb{^(«r*jrt te,Mb of patrician bad freely, and buÍ!2£tbe«<|va,,o« -f and AikatérlHi, aunkwitbin •fcflr prattJidcd worshippers* - kj, and bi«,MiHMH|j iUU t JHíHT ka«MI*WSi*o«a . ■ | enoedaaoMhredeafcusdft* Europe, (pi and ahii«a*hi «retara; tlnabl le auoi* 0 y* * e«seeMaestae« (Ml for aU day Jas* W sala 4ah ^eM<H« jnaAa ul Majhat' -dtabA I'd** «changes, woald a* deebt hi«« obtained an advance io price*. >• •' "V aMaíwcítüUr.' . ; In far ¡01. , .... Ti a 11 } Tut iím¡ H Bti" ' "**^4iA Í I U Kli|jlW8l|ii^piSVj,«'V>*V''' "* 4'^<nv.l>v 1. • 'O <M I mi m * hag Lardl «I ii/iiant iiif ttl $V irtuil' ►I I) ft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 17 February 1844

ü ¡Mm 1 it f| ,3 6 fric- tWfn-KnJ<"WMt)i "UÍH-í^i44o cao H ii(hl>lh iMt|*iií|f «lííy'«W*wWí*W twMiéUur* In •TrtAjíhri'boW.' TTiH Wífiit ■W'«hM¡.hoM .' '"!W8nrtil| '%af Vqti- •ni Hill of Bul «a* cool. tM|n*i I io nature) Iwto ¡ntUfetedrfer • atrip tbjltimif ñdw' iktf hu •> "#Mf the Wél! ^•er¥dd1oarná'óf^l,í^c ft/ :, .*"* «ffWiJMSaMflí;* * •UudhAo.fcWBottwrjBjwwl'ona • Erricaaon'a wkieb tn' Combination writbrti I< J— A«ww4 Ki^Jim¡flnin í ttosfabia■*<'"«*• • '>• V koiwraiwiidawofifgrsaiutiiiB, in «ana aetioir'with" iba frfrfttiSfc tot • UwsisW.'js nada subservient in d ¡«¿hav- ing th« gun at<tft/ dáái*A Al«ífaUi)«L within human in t«rfar«IM#;j*l^hhloldtowWJibM|Ut¡É4 ty GTapt ™ ' fiaonrtn.ih* hMkViof«tte British tordinano# íp«g ' ««A. «í-rw >«h «p bis infUU-iMU* *fl wa^fa^l^Airttfmiwd ,ticular,amga #o.4«l gtoWly> aa- u*heve.*o^iirea.#q —— -* * - "J6«k- bama of ibe CoylówirttHnWgWei'ftbnkHA hpiea'befnj which thcm atk;b again to start inora MÉa ... gbiyiba ao bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 24 February 1844

K>i HUI \ J kT^Í }r>n) -A,nr Inaatl BÍHJ i< A 'ti il sotrjbx:PI:BI leRTjtveq1 «hitilC'j i .jonljr,,issued ,«j-sfotmaie daya fr,oi*,tbet| fdSoewiUflbo] •mite" oftheAfipericau Minister muet>bew«rtft> otatty, t« tlstw u* y>'^ " I 'toiy*ehw*wdñi6riiwerrtiii; 4fty wi**. KlfcM" lina • lvf<l Wiu 4lM*Ntf teis*«t4l aid*ajMfk*! -mCMÍRDari^MIAiboát ánd «th«í pM^rtger, W*l nimnunfce- 11Waal**'vf joafMjidsteafur uffien,mmiUMited adch rged a ad- nttimUk ,.-.uja t ■"' " 'íl':i ói>">niiJV*i O* M'arriagH ann obituary notices of mora that ton PSfBRUAR' ¿mm, lines ip. a;ill Th¿ S¿ttr«tary of the Tré'Sspr^ has instructed the <CollB¿toT8 of Customs that sle&mersaie onlychargé- MWV W ryingcppm^yf *"1 dwl ng ío"tlieÍpíi|p^bíf errors tyid contradicdonp in ,^4 WWMi|«ript,rMeiv*<J here esacnpyflfihedrOenJ. . menu to the charter of this city, adopted by the las) Congress, the Council have determined to cpufíiiue to act without r«jgar«l to it, until it has been legally pio~...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 24 February 1844

, FJBBRUABY M. 194*. Day was celebrated with ftp' jn HwprtrtfffcMrtnirtl - -Sehrtes • weiB;flrgi by the U; 8: ¿eh*.'Flirt, the fldgs ¿t tbe Ameiicán > Leg :ion,Consul, aod other foreign consuls, and of T^p'iWera Itapt^iug—a banquet, attended by the rvarieUa Cúpsul*, the M*yor, the officer* of the Flirt, v and u number irfjpnrlemelt.^izen* of Tpjfa*tf'íd the t U'8faie ,\rM'giVénby Mr. Green; (ho American Consul, at Shaw's Hotel, whert? sentiments of patriot- . Mot and international amity wore interchanged and the utmoat harmony and rfuisfaclion prevailed. The dinner pan y .adjourned by' eighto'cioek, in ordé'i to allow tbi>*e present loaltend a"ball; which followed and qontunicd until «in early hour in the morning. Sime not over wise. people- bave made several in- effectual éff>is tb/Éai rt'«1iiyíiáiVa« the object. ^iiJ -what is to be tlie effotti of the modlficiiiipn recently attempted in regard lo ¿fie quaíincations of voter* un- dec the city charter. The object w« -to dep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 24 February 1844

Ti>* ¿{«ach cítbeiroflcere mu# requiredbj 1a *r lo i cate boiitiu (exceptati^hbaud*aa wtider'jtyw proving ;«i Uw ^oulíí ^fí fflwl ¡D ti* office of the Clark uf the District or County Court) 'Department or Office in.which the nAw ore Sv I'K ounty Coart) to the it iiA !,4 ¥ rtiO brovisioiA of former lews and (fait íic* V, filed; and it ehall. be the further" duty of the Chief : Justice, or associate Justices, acting, in making the returns of the election of civil officer*,-whoso bonds «re required by Isw to be filed in the office of the Cl^k Me Puirict qr Cqunty Court lo stete tbat tk*k bonds have .«teen buly executed, that the eee«* r;kitíeé tbáreih have been epproted, and that , the said bonds have been' recorded and filed aa leijuired by law. 1.. • .Vi'i'i; ' ,■■■ ■ i 'li'i ■ v i.íMte,, 10. JkÜJurtker enacted. That ly reader it ■hall not be lawful for the Chief Justice and" a s<>- 1 date Justices to hold any of tibe ré^olar sessions pi the country Court , nor «ball any ass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 24 February 1844

i ?r-\ III of thai book, mi written « tory oflikpr y Innocence, which "t 'J'hea COW li tleas d iJ®;Wb*ing e,M'lba s'Ptyf #• n$W*¿2 Horv. with which the book began.-rJ ■ <5.<*or tube, child' story. & '■ I"" ' uui<] nousvin) em ^lílMíVi' «ltd ..genwn ¿ti, émpruvldertce, á "wftlfA'lilll'Wá ] «SMpfeiSfc , h«>i need kHfeejelan«tii>ly pea mJr h« 'h>s had wealth «O ¿bmpl *fthé*éa*emé £ ftartteWr an " i^'Vhí.' wKií"" J?y?n- (mjttf of letely 'OBITUARY. tríisfoituiie ia, he |jm íwed «<iieloeelyint<tk«ae*3ga of fjmrfj al t r*t w- aly> r hn pr^fcifiy ih«t thé ebb ttíaVe* ay, it was in thai •juat bíferéi'he 'h««Bm«í celielíiriiieó-i-'that I WplAMffm If'yHrvfécWJ this "phase of •■#■■> tomb of the caterpillar and the by the way, it was in that same low water Mb WCtf, «£ bi* liter MR! "oV.¿é of -It<¡ JUjIaCj p. h And, Aeiiod M>< DIED—on flit éÍ K«H«#Ü'éVi* líe re«¡dert'éá orttW.<fef;A. WfimrÁt'xn th'é tíiWil of Brtuuii . Mia^AJUl tí?¿AtfNJir i5i ihe 23d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 2 March 1844

\r rá j*HM BY H. STÜJRT. bv*b* wednesua* and satuhdav. tAtiS p«ri>uni|m payable within «i* mouths after itw tiuie of ilDscribing—or $10 at the end <tf the year, Also, published weefclr.'fbi the country,' at $5 pet annum payable in advancc. i * Al>VtUlTUilNfl-'M>ilesqoar«,one dollar Tor the first in er« iou, eac^ uub equ« it insertion fifty cent . Eight linen make a square!' Adierliaeuients inserted qnce a week $1 per square for each insertion. O* Alt'letter* on business or the office must be 'post paid or they wilt not be taken ant a/ the post oflifce. CARDS of steamboat and other panaenger, and announce- ments, of candidates Tor office, are considered and charged as ad< vortiHrtiontB. O* Marriage and obituary notices of more than thr?e,liuea in eMgth charged asadverlismenh. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY ¿S, 1844. ' ;v '—1 ■ 1 '''—*—7-— " : A vessel arrived yesterüayfrom Corpus Christi, which port she left on Friday. All was tranquil, galveston, Saturday, march 2,1844. h*M wtW ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 2 March 1844

* Wss ~ WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY '¿8, 1844. The Secretary of War and Marine lias oidered • Court'Marti^jo assemble at Washington on the SOth May for* * trial of Post Capt. E. W. Moore, end such others as may be propeily brought before it, undei the joint resolution approved fith Feb., the Court to consist of the following officers; Ma). Gen. Sidney Sherman, Texas Militia President. Brig. Gen. A. Sómervelle, 1st Brigade, T. M. Brig. Gem E. Morehouse, 2d Brigade T. M. Col. R, J. Calder, 7th Regiment, 1st Brigade T. M. Col. James Reily, 1st Regiment, 2d Brigade. Col. F. Hardin, I2d Regiment, 2d Brigade, T. M. Col. Thomas Svpert,6th Regiment,2d Brigade, T. M. Col.. Rob't. Hamilton, ist Regiment, 4th Brig, T. M. Col. Dan'l Montague, 4th Reg., 4th Brigade, T. M- No mention is made of Texas in the reports of the recent proceedings of the Congress of the Unitpd States. The* delny of Count M. de Saligny, Minister of France to Texas, at New Orleans, is owing, we regret to learn, to his being indis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 2 March 1844

tain in # subterranean duct from fif ty to one hundred and fifty feet below the sui face, at the rate of fifteen to twenty miles an bour.: We.aa w this awful river of lire by looking down through openings in the supet- incumbent stratum. We also crossed it several times, and travelled up the mountain directly over it for a longdistance, as if we had been ascending a river on the ice. NEvTbiáEANa MÓNÉV AURKET. , , ,. , N*iy Oklkans, Feb, 80, 1844. SPECIE. ■ For th& Civilian. A SONG. tub*, "VrOODM.\tl spark that tbkb." Written for her isho can apprpciale it. t loved time from thy youth, I lived but in thy smile, i Believed ihv word all truth, Nor dreamed thou could'st beguile! In spring, 1 gathered flowers, To 4eck thylov'd retreat; f built in summer bow'rs, To shade thee from its heal! , , : • , f > ' . : i ... . When Autum strewed the (¡round, With leaves of golden dye, And spread her fruits around. Still Mt thy side was I And when bleak winter's blast, Stripped earth of-all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 2 March 1844

■%. 8ft P |ir. I i BC1 m Li f Tfe#< Point Apodc*y,—i.i J?| P«r8,fro™ a ment transmitted to Cutigresa oo Wednesday, (31st ultimo,) •tii answer to a re olutioii of inquiry relative to West Point Academy, chat the number of Cadet admitted iulo the Institution since its establish- ment, is. Of wlilch hove graduated. Resigned before graduations Declined receiving commission. Resigned ufier receiving commissions. Disbanded, dropped, or dismissed. Killed in.service. Died in service. Now in service. Ofth<isQ now on service, there are 4 coloneljs, 6 lieutenant colonels, 13 majors, 173 captains, 170 first lieutenants, 131 second lieutenants,>70 brevet second lienenaniei 6 paymasters, and 1 military storekeeper. The amount appropriated for the institution since its establishment, tor buildings, libiary. appaiatus, &c.,is $711,899 88 For salaries,, pay, subsistence, &c 53,291,501 27 2942 1206 61 6 223 33 11 147 542 deceit eulirely useless. If we sre not all that the flatterer t...

Publication Title: Civilian And Galveston Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 9 March 1844

THE CIVILIAN AND BY H. STOAET. ryfrf GALVESTON, SATURDAY, MAfiCM HVKRlr WKDNK8UAY AND 8ATUHIMV, I fcaec*a*u* WdW« within nix month* «liar the,tta a of av ✓K*TI«lN'fl—Oii^ square, one dollar for ib first rnisr- éa, ttChautweqabntinsertion fifty cent*. Eight lines «take ■ iqitwre. Ad arÚMmflUt* Úuwtfd oum A week 91 per square 'jl^aíLrsanbñiínen' of the office mast be pott paid or .. Jt not be taken ont of the pott office. C/HtD 8- of slmrabdat and other paatengar, aad nnnnunoe- Ktt.of oapdidatea fur office, are cousideted and charged *s ad- i and obituary notices of more than three lines in ft advertismaut*. SSffl WEDNESDAY. MARCH 6, 1844. 'By the Textáé biig Rover, which arrived in this j« 'yesterday, we have advices from N. Orleans j(w« day8Í¿later iban we received per steam packet lew York, and embracing' later news from Europe. The English Mail steamer Hibemia arrived at Bos- in on the 19th February with Loudon dates to the 4 and Liverpool to the 4th of that"" month. ' The news is...

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«r- tpMja Jl kBÜ Mi 35 SATUftDAY. MARCH 9, 1844. % , \ >t. The Brig Heinrich, from Antwerp, arrived here ou "Wednesday, with' ope hundred end fifty emigrants. A' few years ago, in tbe Uuited Sute , the herd money doctrine* of Gen. Jackson, Col. Benton, end otbera were pronounced visionary, impracticable, and advera to aprosporou atate of trade and the aucceaa •r boa* industry. Bank facilities were then deemed Indispensable to the commerce of a great nation, and. Many intelligent persons deemed it next to impossi- ble foe the coauiry to continue to prosper without ibetn. A great change haa atnee taken place in pub- lic dptafto'y'-; tfbe clamor for a .national bank, upon whicb the jiatr^on of the country was then thought by Mtny to. rent, has ceased, and the popular. bobby which ii afforded to aapiring politicians, seems to !>e looked upon as a jaded ateed, no longer capable of •attaining a rider. Tho effect of the contraction of the currency of the U.Stsios, which began in 1836...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 9 March 1844

i 1 w i I :h ill :o (• o* nd in; ra* hd O" for BW ho ton lo en quilín*. teo'graioi? make (huía sil Into pitia, and tale on* three titnea a day for a year. Tbe quinine will operate on the sweet breeds of your stomach, the S"lomou'e seal will roar up the kidneys, the p-ic- coon root wi'l knock the knots off the Raps of your li- ver, and rout out the consumption, just as the leaves •rt eoming out on the trees in-the spring of the year." A Peace Maker at Washington,—A once celebra- ted, add'still remembered tragedian, had a practice of plopping tbe jtt]uallin(f mouths ot his young children, by dashing a-glass or two of water in tbelr faces.— hat so astonishes them," aaiti he, "they leave off. "¿OTTON MARKET. Phew Ouiui, Saturday. Feb. 98, IW4. COTTOH — LIVKKrOOL CLAtiriGATIOH. In (oriol, Ordinary, I Middling, : Middling Fair, Fair. i Ouod Fair, Good iind Fins. 61 a 7 7| a 8 e] ,8| 9a — Ma 9« §| a 10, toi a — by end if they begin again, I dash another, and keep on Increasing the dose unt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Galveston Gazette — 9 March 1844

7V/Aí?i. y Íi tÍ Í ■>' l i m ChHMMiiun «far gunerittou,Jwf&lt « *«' feel' •tul Uwir fellow® wor« as wjtiw ni " our" «WJ*- They passed a way like avapur. wbíje nature wor« ihu game aspect of beauty as when her Creator com- manded ber to be. The beareue ahall be as bright 4>V«t our gravea aa they are now around our path; the *N>rld will have the same allractiou for offspring yet tiObortl that «ha once bad for ouraelvea, and that she Jiaa new for our children. Yet alii tie while and all • hU wlU We hMÍpéned. The throbbing heart will be alHIod ab<l we will be at rest. Our funeral will wind And it may be for some abort time that wo durfTbe epoke of, but things oflife will creep in aud oar nam*' wHl soon be iurgotteu. Days will contin- -Ltie4to move on, and laughter and s<>ug will be, heprd •intb* 'place in which we die; and tbe eye that rponrn 'ffrtif wUl be dried and glisten again with joy; even otir children will cease to think of us, and '1 - ' Then'shall we Psal...

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