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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 15 September 1840

W rtsT 1 . T' " TIRVZO H i r Published once a week at Fiv Dollars per annum payable in all cases in advance. r i ? Vol. II. BRAZORTA (TEXAS) TUESDAY SEPTEMBER T.r l40. No. 30! es I - . . I BRAZOS COURIER. This pppri! printed and published every Tnhy by It. L. VVBik .it livej dpllurs rxsr annum in advance. Advertisements inserted at two dollars per square of ten lines ibrthefim ins6rfionand joue dollar for each continuance Longer 9ies in proportion. No advertisementcnu- tidcrcd less than a square; and should the number of insertions notbe endorsed on the manuscript they' will be continued until Athftrvric directedamt charged acconlinrrl v. t-Circnlara Card Obituary Enloyies annnnacing Candidates or any publication advancing private interest' charged as ad vertisements. 'V7-4rtiohof a pernnal nature will bo "Sred double the usual price of adver- se nents. -5-Tob Work &c. to be paid for when the work i doi'e. tVTexas money received at this office at ho unald'.!Cn'int'onlf. nr"7-Let...

Publication Title: Brazos Courier
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 15 September 1840

N-? . W? r n' - v 'W"" v & V? n pBsocialesind successors bo nod they are hereby constituted a body politic and corporate under the aatnn and -style of the "Milam Guards" with pow. .cr to sue and be sued plead and bo im- pleaded answer and heaftswered unto appear and prorecute to'Aal judgment in any court or elsewhere; to have a common seal .with whatever motto and onsign they please; to elect in whatever manner they shall determine .the offi- cer necessary to command them; .o ordain and establish bylaws for the government aod regutation of their af- fairs .and the same to alter and amend .at will; and to hold real estate and per- sonal property and dispose of the same; provided however thai such real and personal estate shall at no time exceed tha amount oi ten thousand dollais and that said company shall never exceeed - seventy-five men. Sec. 2. Be it further enacted That aoid corps shall be exempt from common militia drills save Battalion and regi- mental reviews and also from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 15 September 1840

y HB 9ES553991 s h i eft - v:.i.: r i i . a. with this that deserves notice. I be goods are purchased in Boston and we are told that many very many of the 'Western meichants have this year pur. Trhaswl ttieir goods'irilftsion. Our city has until this year enjoyed this trade and if it should loose any considerable portion of it it would prove a serious loss. New York Express. .Candidates for County Offices. KOR SIIEEIIF. To the citizens of Brazoria County I take this method of presenting my- self to you as a candidate lor the office of Sheriff of this county. I am induced to do so upon tho following consideration: 1st. In all governments where the peo- ' plo select their agents to transact public business rotation in olfico is a govern- ing principle. 2d. Where the people arc oppressed pud weighed down by the severity of the times where good money ax it is termed is almost impossible to bo had I hold it to lie the duty of every officer of the Govern- ment to conform to tho law and re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 15 September 1840

& & ' - -r2 ?'fZr-Pv -'' ' v-.- .-!- .-J I t 3 W s If A-': T. B Enyii M. P -JRENMRS Ilia professional services to 4J& public Bruoria. Aog- 11 1840 -26tf James M Phelps M. D. WILL practice medicine in Teias. -Cfoazimbo July 4 1840 22-4 MEDICAL NOTICE. Dr. WM. H. MAGEE will practice Jfclediciue and Surgory in all their various branches. Ho can be fouud at all times except professionally engaged) in his .office at West Columbia. Columbia June 9th 1840. 17 6t. Doctr. William A. Shepherd HAVING permanently located him- self in Velasco tender his services to the citizens of that city Quintatiaand the cidjaceut country.in the various branches ol his profession viz: Medicine Surgery .nd Obstetricks. His office is in.Cuatom JJouse 6treet where he can always be found except when elsewhere profession- .ally engaged. June 2 1840 IC hw ' Dr.. JOHN J. COUBty HAS recently located him-elf-at East Columbia and offers Jiis professional cer- - vires to the public. He will be found at the H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 22 September 1840

gjyj jy -- i i;irzo CWMEM :l ' jtL Published once a week at 'Five J)ollars pet annum payable in all cases in advance. Vol. IT. BRAZORIA (TEXAS) TUESDAY SRPTFATBRR 22 184. No. SI. p I. BRAZOS COURIER. This paper is pnnteil and published every Tuesday by U. L. Weir at tivedollars per annum in advance. Advertisements inserted at two dollars per cquare often lines for the first insertionund one dollar for each continuance Longer ones in proportion. No advertisement con- sidered leas than a square; ami should the nurabei of insertions notbe endorsed on the manuscript they will be continued until otherwise directedand charged accordingly f tfcy-Circulara. Card' Obitu try Eulogies Announcing Candidates or any publication Advancing private interest charged as ad- vertisements. C5rticles of a personal nature will bu charged double the usual price of adver fisements. ty-Job Work &c. to be paid for when the work is done. fJ-Texas money received at this office at rbe usual d'caounl only. fc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 22 September 1840

l v 5 t ..'31 i -tost - i I -iRB&2tt9ei& 5 Tuesday September 22 1840. a i . ii.ii LujaaBW neaw Wo have received nn foreign mail in .Several iohs: a large one we are .told ! ff 'to phillipic against our svstom We wonld nol Uow have noticed the Advocators article bud the learned e Ji. tor oontiaed htnuclf merely to iko dis- cussion of the merits of the different candidates for Chief Justice' ; but he takes occasion most unhappily to branch remains at Galveston. .The Schr. William Bryan from New York has arrived at Velasco. She -liringB a full cargo and 7 passengers. "VV e have not yet received papers or let- tera from her. Tho Austin City Gazette said that ll-t property recovered from tho Com. candies in the late campaign at the 'West was in every instance where it ( uold be identified restored to its origi- 4: h I owners. We were plo.ised to hear o: tins. It was an additional "feather in the cap" of the brave fellows who conquered at Plum Creek. Hut by a gentlemen from Victor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 22 September 1840

-ar ?& E '--'ZS&& bis own spnrnen who flood grasping their cutkbses with an emotion n mv tense a his own. Ii was a' moment of fearful excitemeni on board of either vessel during which nothing was heard hut the ripple of the water as tharsnH along. Ai length the dark shadow of the Briton's canvass fell unon th rim.-. of the Hover: another minute and they Vre yard-arm and yard-arm. 'Sheer to!' whispered Buntlinc to the n:an at the wheel 'sheer to?' The liowsof tl)c privateer slightly debated rod her antagonist was within three yards of her. Clank wept the grapnels of the Englishman and both vessels were brought hroudside and broadside. 'Hoard!5 shouted the British captain; nul iwo-tiuids of hiscrew sprang over the bulwarks mid upon the decksof the Rover without the slightest opposition. Kuntlino giue one glance to the dark junnsol tbejfoemen that crowded hi inrr.t'A. H ......: u ?."-' .' .... .M. ui-uio trumpet to mouih thundered forth tho word" . fori.'." In an instant th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 22 September 1840

M? . TV .. : 'V -J 1 . fiiy contravene tho provisions of tuj act of incorporation ne tvereoy repeal ed imam tea as relates to the said city jf Galvesten. DAVID S. KAUFMAN Speaker of the House of Repr's. DAVID G. BURNET Pre9id't of the Senate Approved rejiruarv 5lh 1840. MIR ABE AU B. LAMAR. JOIN RESOLUTION 'For tho exchaujje or redemption of certain Promissory Notes. Sec. I. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Republic of Texas in Congress assem- bled That the Secretary of the Trea- .sun be and is hereby authorised toad- nut and receive whatsoever amount of promisory notes which are now in cir- v.ulation and which were issued be- tween the l!)th of Jamiars .ijjni n hundred and lhial-niiieand the twenty Miventh of February of the same year with the amount or interest which may he due thereon and part of ap issue of one hundred and lort -eight thousand six hundred and ten dollars made In tne foimer Secretary of the Treasury iii J he same manner as former is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 29 September 1840

- i4z C-Jl X" ' ' "K" tJV vT . l&m? tF mimmmmm.Mm't?ti ?ptfTrw '(Tiiiife rs - A- Puhlislicd on en a loeck at Five Dollars per annum pmahlc in all cases in advance. S Vht TT 19 flRAZORTA (TEXAS) TUESDAY SEPTRMItKR 99 1840. a. V. ictf M n iiij"'- J. r'ir 1- l-t i Ii BRAZOS COURIER. T'ii? nappri printed and published ever Tnpsdiv bv R. L. Weiu at livedollars p-niiniim in advance. '!vPrtJ3cni.-iits ni.Urtci! at two dollars per H-rn often Hups. inrtlipfirt itisertinnind on.' dollar for u-ich continuance l.oncer cn in oropnrtfaii. N tdvcrticiiiRiitcin. i.idifpd les tlia'i a qtju.ir": and should tfio Ji'inihci or itni-niun not he endorsed on thp niiim;ritit llipy will he continued until tlitT'wiep lirceted:ind rVirrdTicpirdiii;!y. - '-irr-il-ir. "ird. Obituary F.nlniricc anno.iiipinsj ( ..tidid.trp;. or imy publication VrrtieemPJile. '""f7Vrlir-lfifir h pergonal 'lafurc will b cVir;pil double tlic usual price of adver .tipmett. ' ""-H-lob Work .to to be paid for when tilP tork ic il..i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 29 September 1840

rri Ffl Jm&Mm? .v. . - . x ' ' ' fB993w They also submitted a Jul1 do repeal the import duty of 15 per cent . I JU there i9 a great clamor against this j .law" there is a greater .pta-nor still a gainst the preposition for new powers .aud Hie constitution of 1836. To ask -ol Congress these special powers is ab- surd; tor the 45th Art. of the coostitu. .Jion forbids the Congress to nssume to itself or delegate to others such powers' .as are appuea lor. And the 4Gth Art. ordains that any act or decree in con travenuon of the 45th is null. El Won. In the session of the 3d a vote was taken on receiving and discussing Mr. Almonte's proposition and earned io the affirmative ayes 21 noes 14. The Vera.Cruz Monitor after divine an outline of the articles the adoption of which is asked of the Chambers by jBustameote in which it is declared that the life of no Mexican aliall be tak- en says they can arrest any one they may please without the intervention of .a judicial power whether hebe i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 29 September 1840

.' ' y "- V r v. ? ?'"'i'"'ii' ' " T7 .1 j :-jpa)1jb&xx& n Iiff WjT.rc-A gPPHiliB Msbf? bhhe sod'' came into bbr office tho oilier day. and asked the ra'jes of advertising for a situation. .The price we told him would be one dollar for three insertions arid one dollar and seventy five cents for nix. ."A dollar" said -lip scratching liia pate "for t.h.o first three times ahd Ihrae quarthera Tor thb tyst thraej' well Juhin my darlin faith an we'll have It in Who last thrac" Sun ExctAXD Asp ChinA The political relations of England and China dentin- tie to bo a subject of deep interest as well as curious speculation. The com. TnnnicHtions nf the British Ministry are Jnarked by great reserve when interros gated in Parliament. Their ailence rives ample scope for conjecture and various and contradictory are the sur- mises as to the course to be pursued by rreat Britain. The common and most likely supposition is that the annexa. tion of China to the overgrown domin. .ions of the Eas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 29 September 1840

h-' 'C-i .: Jv.' .rm rsm 9t&t.4m$&' JiliiiiMTfe;SW---M:t ? jii jraaoxngie'r X R Erwiii M D. TSNOSRJS his professional services to the ptibli. .Brawna An; 1-1 1840 SJJtf Jnus J2. Phelps M. D. Wll L- -practice medicine in .Texas. Oru.-.i'm bo J uly 4 1840 2:2-4 AIEDICAT. NOTICE. Dr. VM. If. A1AGEE will practice Medicine and Surgery in all theirvarinus t.r ncl.es. He can he found at all times (e.:ept professionally engaged) iu his o.in-u at iicsiiiniununa. Columbia June Dili 180. 17 fit. Doctr.'Williaui A. Shepherd HAVING permanently located him-1 fsclf in Vclasco. tenders hiss srrvirfif: tu llu: rmaeiis of that city Quintans and the adjacent countrv in the various branches d liis profession vr.: .Medicine Surgery and Olistetricks. His ofKce is in Qustom J tlutise btrcct where he fin always be Immd ece)t when elsewhere profession- ally engaged. Juuc2 1S40 Hi hw Dr. JOHN . CORBIN HAS recently located himself at Ens Columbia and offers his prntesioual ser-vice- to the public. He ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 6 October 1840

M rfT T .r.V'- lv z' tJJM "A - : .?T? i ':l ' M 11 1.1. Published once a week gf Five DqIIqts per. aTtnumnppyafile in all cases in advance. ! glf AZORIA (TEXAS) TUESDAY OCTOBER 6 1849 $. 33. ""3.h..rv&Ji t -- -.'J- .irtw-re - - . .-...;.-.rn'' ' ' ' Yoi.. TT. r I R 1$ UHAZOS COURIER- i "is nanirit nrmnul .ua ni.i:.i.-.i TtiuyJ. -- - .. -.klai.a(IIU iuuiioiicii every KLCil.iv K. I i n a .- . -vi u. i 'kiu at live dollars j-r:.rinuin. in uilv.iiice. H. ' "iwmmi; uiaerieciai ivco dollars per fquarn often Jines. for the first ihsertionVind '-' dollar for each 'continuance Longer ones in proportion. No advertisement con- sidered less thn a square; and" should the ti'.mbet of insertions not be endorsed on the nitinncpript they will be c6ntinued until olaenvisc directcd.and charged accordingly. Cy"CirenlarsC.inl Obftuury Eulogies RtiouncinffCjiulidiite or anv publication A. (..... . "'wincing private ihterest charged as 'ad- rO""Atticle of n nprsnnnl n.-itnr .;ll ha charged double the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 6 October 1840

Hj s- r . ft! M . ? 4 ' TaoDacT or O.vb AoaA-tOnn-acre of" fend avL' fiZi;'tl will bo mors productive. And f.r taor.; prefitaV: 'hnn several n. crej poorly maimw.J and tilled after the fashion of many -large landholder in New -IStiglaod. A-fatmer has no bu. tsincss with more Innd than he. can cut -tivate to advantage. Jf -this principle 'Were genurally"jecognizedwe should yfinii It wor acres of barren and unpro- ducive soil in this country. The Edi. lor of the Main Cnltivptor-tills but on acre of load-; but this one is so manag cd as to yield an astonishing) amount f produce: as will be seen tbyHbe-fol. o5nj account. N 'One third of "an acre be devotes an- nally to corn the Jong enred large kerneled eight-rowed -yellow corn Ihct 19 not very early nnd not.vcrylnte. "Wi.h him it has ripened every year for the Iasj ten years that he has cuitiva- ted it. The soil'he make rich. "He applies to it befoie ploughing at the raw of seventeen or twenty cords of Jong manure to the acre (or G to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 6 October 1840

"w?5" "J va- .1 St .11 for Uiii' faj!fcr'!' j'eppr will if 4 "miltu)jon8 wher the tedium oftiid is occasionally rr-lieypd by cmpluymrmi? -.n some inerlififiifpfaccupaimn' promo. iug health o inipd and body.'" h f The Manaraxe. Arprrcpppndcnf of the New "i orlt Joprnnl "f Coipmerce wrilinfr from Montrose Upper Mimoti ri sayw thut tl:u Mormons who were driven from Mistouri and are .now set" lied i;j Inrpp numbers 'in that iieiwh- lwi'ipod have tVurs that tho Missouri" wisluue dpKin Hpninst them. She that was Mrs. Slorpan widow of trie murdered Morpan of free mason merri. nry is nettled theie nnd 13 'now Mrs. Harris and a pood .Mormon. ' A Hint to W'ur."If lam not nt Jioiup from jlie paity to-nigh nt terj o fork" finid 11 hue) uud to his better and hipffr half "don't wait forme." I Thm I won't" njd the ladv fip- nipcnnflv. "I wonYvwf but I'll come tor jou." He returnee at ten precise ly. tJEl in this place on Sathrdav rooming last. Mr. Chuutofuub Dabt affeu nboul io vears. and idal.es ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 6 October 1840

"mztm i Iff V StAT rTSH? i.t rcs?"ts I SiV wmi&k r ?- . M A ll -r T i J rSSPw ST.. X. A. Siwyer & G. E. Q linan Attornies aii Crj.-isc?lors at Law. -GVI'ICE in Brazoria whoro one of --flHMi ninv always bo found.. September 29 1810 32 Algernon P. Thompson ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW HOUSTON TEXAS. April 26 1840 lllf Thf. partnership heretofore existing "tinder the style of Jack fc TownesJ t dissolved. The unfinished business Trill receive tho joint attcntiou of the sev- al paimers. Wm. H. Jack P. U. Ja(;ij R- J. Townhs. 7lra7oria March 2 13-10 3-if Win. H. Jack & R. J.Townes WILL continue the practice of law to ether uuder the style of Jack &Townes Wm. H. J.ycx Roil. J. ToWNES. "Brazoria. Marbh 2d. 13-10. 3 if John W. Harris & E. HI. Pease ATTORNEYS AND COUNSCLLORS AT LAW BRAZORIA TEXAS w ILL attend all the Courts of Bra7oria countv the District -Jo'irts for the counties of Malagorda -Colorado Austin Fort Bend and Har- rishurg and the Supreme Court of the Ile...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 13 October 1840

&Wf- wWWi js- i-c' r ?. ?5.-.VI ' Wc- tv fw -. - V -""FT S il ..J. . kit ' :1 coiHpgiii J-. 1.1 ti ptyi -fe HI K I Published once n weele at Fiyq Dollars per annrxXl'paidbte ia all cases in advance & UL.I- i 'Ijjfci.i.'HJ spe BRAZORIA (TEXAS. TUESDAY OCTORKR 13 1840. wWvWW ' TTT -" "" ' .. . t-. . t . .. i i TT-rti ' ' - ""i " .- I - ' - 1 .. t sssae- h 5 are ' in- J. u Ko. 34. vol. TL r in . y;' W SSSSM5 L BKAZOS COURIER .Tlus.pappr is printed and published every irr.crd.ij by It. L. Wkiji at five dollars pf- ntinnni. j ndrniice. Adert"cm&nts m-ertpdat two dollars per Hiutircorten lines fiir the first insertionan-l one dollar for each" continuance Lon-rrr ones in proportion. No ad vert. semen tcoh- fiii'ered Ies than square; and should the immbet of insertions tint be endorsed on the mnnrript thry will be continued until fitnerwr-p dtrrctt'd.and charged accordingly. ftJ-Circularn Canl Obituary' Eulogies annnnticin-; Candidute- or atiVpubliciitinn advancing private inter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 13 October 1840

:w.v-l ' r--fcjr''.lrs'- " ' -4H-V ' ""W -fjw IRJFSJEH SSSS V 4 . 3 f wBazaosaA . -5 Tuesday G?te.Lev 1311840. i- fiTAfl ejffee -rthe Breaoa Vourier 1 retimed to the hoas&of Jodgt'Eckd. formerly wcufied.mHha-courUhousn. a iltbtho present. popdiar clamour for "tfirdorrn in the administration of our pub . flic affairs we urpipained toobserve but . oo sure an indicatirxuofwjhe workings : of that insatiate spiritof'change which . . has heretofore proved-tlie bane of our legislation and thej greatest drawback upon the national prosperity. There appears now as -heretofore too general a. disposition ta-exafrerate the grievan- ces we suffer to blame our statutes ra- ther than ourcircumstauccsand impute the heaviness of our burdens to the bad. uessofoyr laws. Nowthe truth is our statutes have in general been veil enough had they-only been'allowed to I iemai.1 long enongh-in operation -end the Ifcflectfng man will observe more cause forTegretyin theiuconsiderate haste with which-bey fhave...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 13 October 1840

"- s &! ' 2 ' mrffol passage u..u "KwiuinoaalesiCanJJ-fl0-." p . o; T utipcs or in more figurative innnufcce y. i.g leaves the rupge when the grass jjrnws short. In finp r modern gentle; iiioii is iiiih ivnu win poi pay nia aeors; a modern loafer is one-whn cannot cons tract a debt and jf he could hp js unas blc to pay.Neither sppcies is gregari- ous and thev belong to the order of lieines described in natural history as ihe Ittsus nalifrae and "vegetate" every where. I will now place in juxtaposition the ilefinalinn of n jiuai; gbntlkmak; the distinction is in tltfi mind. "Whoever is open generous- and true; whoever is of humane and affable deineanpr; who. vir is honorable in himself and can 'id in his judgment of others and re- juires no law but his word to make and fulfil an engagement; -r-such a man 19 a gentleman and such men are- found a- mong the tillers of the earth. momus. Floueiis.? Flowers of all created thii gs the most innocently simple and most superbly complex pla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brazos Courier — 13 October 1840

t &&m$mK'ss!s$ "WtS "" "tEH?. rtT T'..' '. "" '' ' 1WB&.t J t RSH iPSSSTipiT Hea fga-t- ""? ft S3B K "f i& IK?" i.HCv V5J !?? fe y IS? & I. A. fcJawer & G jB Quinan AJlnrtrie cad .Counsellors at Lav t)FFIC8 io Brazoria where ouo of -tl'.Pta may always-ho found Septcuibe.p9 1S40 32y f Algernon P. Thompson ATTOIINE? COlLNpELLOR AT LAW HOUSTON TEXAS. April -28 1840 lltf Tur. partnership heretofore existing -wider the stylo of Jack & Tcuv.tes j dissolved. The unfinished business ..Vill receive tho joint attention of the sev- - Val. partners. War.il. Jack P. C J .ACE 11. J. ToVNF.S. Brazoria March 2. 1U40 3-if Vm. H. Jack & R. J. Townes WILL continue the practice of law to gather under the stylo of Jack. &Towsb Wm. II. Jack. JXov. J. Townus. Brazoria. Marhh 2d. 1840. " 8 tf .John WiMarris & E. N. Pease AffORNSYS AND COUNSELLORS j v AT LAV BRAZORIA TEXAS WILL attend all the Courts of Brazoria county tho District o'irts for the counties of Matagorda ...

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