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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 27 September 1851

jtetUBtm " . ii jt i MiiMMaiiir MMBBJrnirT m ini ii tiiap swwuwawaiww. W WS SEPTEMBER If 1 vx II IU.I . f). . X vi . I T1 I.I. .1 I I ' I I ' tl """" rfSWrt m tho.W&hfs of Slayckoljlcrs. .. ''Fjsssor 'Stuart'' of Ahdoyor Massachusetts ono of'tiio Most pious arfaWarnfc'd Trial of tfuw JjMlhnJ has published (otter in pam- phlcWdfht entitled " Consoiehcfc and tho Constitution" in atipporW tlftf'g&at apecdh of Mr. Webster in thg "United Sthtes Senate on slave subjects Mr. Stuart was1 A signer of the paper addressed to Mr. Wobstor by the citizens of Massachusetts thanking him for. tho ex- pression of these views and the fact of signing has it appears ex posed htm to so much amioyunce ana misinterpretation tuat no lias . l it -r- ....... iS 1...I il. t.i! - ... lr i... C Hit- i"tr..i. ueemca i iieua9;uy( tut i-ymu uuioro tuo puuim iq uuiciiuu ui ir yvu- tcr'jMfceoi aim dMumself for having approved of it. Ho adopts at' a. ifefct ' ai 'extractffyom ono ofSt Paul's Epistles with an a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 27 September 1851

nffiflL!'ySR1 -xaaryfh. gggasisttfsg E5i:ri:H7;p m&itismwfflm. ram fflWiWJMHS. nMunMnHaunmnnaiaMa Lamarliuc's Ophiionof Napoleon. In Lamartme's new work on the "Restoration he portrays he Em- pcroYNapolcon as perhaps' never Frenchman before has depicted inat extraordinary man at one timo bo emphatically and literally the i'do'l ohc whole people of Franco. We are somewhat curious to know how such sentiments as tho following are received in tho Republic: What Napoleon did for France and for Himself. Ho lefi freedom chained equality compromised by posthumous institutions feudalism parodied without power to exist human conseieneo re-sold philosophy prescribed prejudices encouraged the human mind dimin- ished instruction materialized and concentrated hi tho pure sciences alone. Schools converted into barracks literature dpgiadcd by ocn sorship or humbled by baseness national representation perverted election abolished tho1 arts enslaved commerce destroyed credit anni- hilated navigat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 27 September 1851

. BESOTS smt HigMwvwy && wiHm.itTr MM STATE GAZETTE. r ' - SEPTEMBER 27 "HtJiT'ji'ii'iniii WyifllfiHi61flSitmm "V- MARRIED Ui tho vicinity of this City on tho 24tlrimant by John B. Costa Esq. Wn i.iak'W. Gkosoj; to JFrakocb EtWAJtBs.ttll of this county jj'n 'Austin county on tho Cth that- Col. Pi M. Curey to Miss Adeline Srun- tocx. .In Richmond on tho 11th inst-. by tlio Rov. C. Richardson Dr J. Fbanklih Bakbr to Miss Susak Ann STArcortD both o'f Fort Bond county- . "In San'Aitgustinb on tho 0th instant Mnj. Hknry L. Rakmn to Mi?sCiiAtt- wrrie Edwards all of that plnco. . W. Near Houston on tlio 10th instnnt Mrt l.uranq Jane wlfo of Judgo C. Buokluy- aged 28 years 7 months and 10 days. In'Montgbtncry county on tin) 1 tth blatant tho Rev. Washington Rabb aged 37 years.- On tho Cth Instant at Crockett Mrt Mary AWi consort of Rev. D. C Norils. ' At Huntsvillo on tho 12th instant IVallcr son ofB. 3. WiUonagod8ycars. -. Meteorological OPscrvtions.... Austin City. Thurs......18 7...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 27 September 1851

rs? ' namjwuiijmm "uinimnuM "-""' Jf ' "' m aa- STATE GAZETTE. 'jWi 1? TTSfmi1 Furniture Bi'"'1'"-" Maiuiiactorv. On JPccan Street. THOSE !n wnnt of Furniture plouo to give mo n cull. 1 havo juit received a fino lnl of Materials cino unit wood seal Chalri etc. Austin July 19 1851. 22:y t JOHN S. SPENCE. Undertaking1. AT considerable- expense I Imvo fitted up n ncnt Ilcnrso. My material tiro n propnrcil that I unit makn solid ttiahogaiiy or covered rdliitiA nn vnry idiort oolico. i'rirnii romona'ilo. JOHN S. Sl'ENCi: Ainlln. July 19 1051. iV.-.r Q MJE8T(BWJR&T. THE UNDERSIGNED would inforrn lite citizens of Austin that he li?s open- ed a REST AUUAT in this city a few doors above Hall & O'Brien's on congress avenue wnere ne is prepared to lurnisn meats at an hours nay or nlgtil. tits Tiitile will be supplied wild lite best the market allortfs be reasonable. Austin AngiKt IBS I. 10m and chartres will W. II. HOLLAND Proprietor. J. MOUH Sur c e o n- If e nti s t WILL be in LaGrnn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 27 September 1851

j'rirT m MtiWJU 'wwiin jw m mwywi ww wriMfljMii W'lillttWf'BIWW"' W""" -wm1 lilKiitiiciiiwWttai & JEMS 'STAWGMEHIiE. SEPTEMBERS The State f Tcxa : Ceunty of Caldwell. S 'ttHJHEREAS. "William VWJMontsomcry administrator of the estate of Mahew uWi e.jMontgomery deceased having nietlhjspctlllqhlh the tfophliProUate CouYt & Caldwell 6oun(y lor the final settlement and partition and ilijttlbutlou of wild estate Thls'Js therefore (rf give notice to oil whom it raay concern and particfjta'rly the heirs of said Jvlathow 8. Montgomery dee'd to wit: Andrew I Jackon Montgomery NancyTCarolInonaderthe heir? of Atadfeon Monlgorae- f'rvJfDcrorMonigomery Robert Carroll Montgomery Harriet Ycary SophrOnln wjftc&le ami "Edward Mongomt ry to be and appear at (he October term of the HGrOhfPobatc Cdurt to be hplden ori the last Monday of ald month at the " cuimnoo.se in tnetown 91 jjucKnajii county ana dioic oiurcsiiiu u o - ijuii will uc ncicu uu nuu auvw vnuscli uiiy invjr iiuvk wuj " uh' '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 October 1851

M .I'." V.a . "... - r . rvmrtrnmrnml Ij nOBBiiltfal 'l'?i''!lltl)il!M1j?)iilpl UiiUliliIJl - d!fP " 5 A lN I A I Hi 1iBBSSwif4fi8B-l T f ill J I I tiL' II1IMIBIH I." - I fy $ W- VOL. III. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER I 1851. NO. 7... THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE PUBLISHED (and circulated in every County in the State) WEEKLY BY CCSHNEY & HAMPTON State Printers Jterms SUBSCRIPTION. Three Dollars per Volume cf filly-twc numbers if paid in advance or within one month from the time of subscribing or Pour Dollars if not thus paid in advance. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square or seven lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents lor each continuance. One-half these charges will be made to those who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarterly. Business Cards of not more than one square will be inserted for ten dollars per annum. Announcements of Candidates for Office and all political personal and busi- ness Communications pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 October 1851

.w . 50 - ro" ". TEliS-STlTEGiZETTE.-" -TTEB ims STATE GAZETTE. irK BREWSTER Editor:-. W. HAMPTOtt. Acaoeiato Editor. r r i . r P.Uv nf Aiiafin fWlini. I 1811 rv I 4..ltU. VU1I v iwu .r jt. :&... Texas .IRfl Hflr r!rdWnra When tho Government of the United States was driven by the fanaticism of tho free soil politicians into a position where it was necessary for it to join issue with tho Stnte nf Tnv i l.r" nf I.-W l.-.l '..... ... - "iMMUll w. uuy hiiu suomit to n determination a proposition wtfs mndd by tho Federal Legislature to adiuat tho minAtWi mnn nn! terms and conditions clearly and distinctly set forth in an enactment nt thnt 1.n.1.. 1 .. OCTOBER I ';r' "'. ' . - .s-s .:. : - im.huuo mutiny anu distinctly se MV I?. TV Af.Kll'AWnPn 11. liin ...litnt n lnv1lin .. v.. !. "- Of tliat 1)0(1 V IrlimtMl t.... 1 1.. T I. I. fit illtl nttll ttMll ill n TrtW .lit. MM n lp n flimr1i lii. ...!.... . P T..i-.u PY1 .1.. jFiyeitc Colorado Mniagordn Jnckson iWitt Lavncn Cnllibim and oli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 October 1851

. aw - ow"" ""( -' '"t ! '!'- 1851; ' ' . f ' I'k ..lT7p STATE GAZETTE. W V HXi "51 bM.Q w' fel 4L The Episcopal' Church. "Wo havo just received the printed Journals of the Second Annual Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Churclt for the Diocese of Texas held at Galveston in "May last. Prompt wo gather tho following facts : Tho Convention is composed of 14 Parishes supplied by 8 ministers Rt. Rev. G. W. Freeman D. D. Provisional Bishop. Tho report of the Committee on tho Stato of tho Church says : "That from statistics laid before thorn they find a steady in- crease in tho church in tliis Dioceso. Although tho number of our parochial clergy-has been increased during tho past year by an addition of but one yet we tnink wo see everywhere marks of progress and growing interest in the church. Two of our brethren who wore with us a year sinco havo felt them- selves called upon to labor in other fields and have consequent- ly left tho Diocese. Two from other Dioceses havo come to cast...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 October 1851

h't' "A Yi ' .. .' K -v "... 'ft-. - iHbllWIII'lltftlfiitliin i niiumlWliini'M l ?sr W-- fin' ' .. If r ) .L-mmBmmmmmmuB""" MS I f; HI f - ;" " i s wr - .." 47 '. itv? TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. MiUT''Jm.('M'' - tr-yY"" OCTOBER I A BET ON TUG UNION. NVrlheri piiiMSP "0 rcrpctulty of tho laioa. ' Ttralcttor rccdntly received lrom jxow jl one occurs wis huu- kg jfa y d VNlONwill le dissolved! I want you WjfaaaMnuepcnoajor tuts event ana men x wuouuywu hroadbrimmd while hat it will never talec place. Do you take tb' rTliia sentence unimportant as it appears is to me full of 'meaning. It appears that tho writer like nine-tenths of the "northern people belfovo tho American Union so stiong it can 'imver bo rent asunder. It means that all tho talk about disso- lution in case of tho bappohing of certain events is nothing but 'tho effervescence of southern gas. It means that men of sound judgment upon every other subject cannot see tho danger be- fore them. There is a mist belbro tnoir eyes. They ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 October 1851

I .- vzn-'ir &y t" t' . r v '"Sgi 'l .Hi ;. a .(i. u mm ih'i rnmiw tV.ii'. i iiiiuiii.i linri iiiPWwiiMW)W 11851. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 53 MMMOTMmMMMMMmMVMMI A JJ rV uite M From tho Cincinnati Columbian. n THE DEVIL OF HASTE. Of all the devils and devilkins who whether black or blue torment poor mortals wo know none worse in many respects than the devil of Haste. And among us westerners he has a great swing and sway. Ho has entered in and possessed us and wo are but bound slaves to do tho bidding of our master. As the Methodist minister expressed it "wo are born in a hurry live in a hurry and expect to die in a hurry. " To cap the cli- max Nat P. Willis has got up as the latest title a book called llurrygraphs. That is too bad I Do let us havo ono quiet nook m Literature where nil is cool 'and calm and comfortable where t hero is no click of the dollar no scream of tho engine no hurry of politics no din and smoke of the battle. The devil of Haste drives men too fast and drives th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 October 1851

trtMCMMMMM JT ir "TiTTMn WW' r"BMMpt' T'r GAZETTE. OCTOBER 4 . C'M'I' ram T MM ' ii' hi -rrnl r f wr - tf" " --'"- ------ . f'M Ii' V A Iri Plf n A fl l in Kl JiPjAACi n A1 Pi ft f j; v ' t? Ej iffiiSrological Opscrvatioiis....A.u8tiu City. dffa-j ns-f r i . .wrifEawifo ' '?nf . i. .. f27 .iSulW.'28 ;tfuk;....30 i ! 731 70 70 AS 61 G-l GO rJ?ho numboru in t 1)5 98 86 87 83 87 88; Ul 92 82 80 70 78! 83! WWw. IF N N N N N IN Remarks. Oear ii ii en 3 3s: 2 3 lis column show the wind's force : iU calm G storm. A liiet i" Letters .T)iEM"AINING- tho Postofiice in the City of Austin for the nionth lli-cndins 30th September 1851. Hackshnw Enoch Hcdgooox II O Holmes J oliu iilon iAllbn.Wm Esq Anderson Dr Ihos Anderson Sam D 'Allison Behj Brown Alex JltowirP r Ilukor Mrs Sarnh Burns Serg't M Jlrooki Sam- JJarrott Patrick. Retry EL Blactcwoll D N- -Bcnll Egbert Baker Egl yWn RA Harrison Tlios Hill W 11 Hoffman Andrew Hnloy Win Jnmoa Martin 2 Javonull Jus Jones Ilirum Jones IJirnm L Jones Enoch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 October 1851

KE!J5i 'W?f7$ Ltti.lHk. -L " '-J'. 4 juawtsi. --y '.) wgit iwin''nwWWaii iwi l.i-ri TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. wmlPT iiiiiiiiJUfcw."MflBijjiifc!("1 - "' " 11 1I11 iii a.a.Ji 1851. fc L Y GTirireifrn inshu nr-srrTre KiiAi3Mun iiiim janvF sjcjjuj orncr of Congress Avenue and Pecan Street Austin Texas. HAVING leased the nbovo proporty tho undorsipiiod rcspcotrtilly nnnotm- ces to tho public that ho 1ms opened it ns a HOTEL nnd will keep' it up in a stylo equal to tho bc3t hotels in tho country. Ho 1ms hml much oxperieneo in the business and will give to tho IIouso his constnnt and vigilant attention. The rooms furniture and tho wholo premises are undergoing a thorough ren- ovation and refitting and no cxponso will bo spared to put thorn in complcto and comfortable order. Tho Lndios' dopriStmont will bo under tho control of Mrs. Calhoun lato of Tennessoe whoso experience and capacity for tho position she has assumed nro believed to bo unsurpassed. Polite and attentive Servants will always bo ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 4 October 1851

t 1 -nWrflF'Trin"'"V ftpc ' ' V Tf t" it "-t ""?f rA ''' T-y -;i - "" Mf ; LkL--.. V fc IIMMpMIIHWNIi TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. OCTOBEB 4 The SfHate f Texas : County of Brazos. " JAS. M WEBB Assignee of John T. Earl vs. SAMUEL M. WHITE. krpithCiShcrif of .Brazos Coiintfa (Greeting : ftWwTHEREAS affidavit has been made before me Arthur Edwards Clerk of ' "(lie District Cflurt of Brazos county by the atlorncy fdr rrtamtiiT that the resl-j dance of SamueLM. Whitens; unknown. Thescr nrc therefor lo comrrland Voti ?o"sumrnon Sarriucl M. JVhlle by publication In n public newspaper published In thjs Slnle to be ond.nppear at he next term of the District Cottri to be holdeo at trfe courthouse In the town of Bodnvllle Brazos county on the eighth Moarlay after the fourth Monday In September A. D. 1851 to answer the petition of Jas. M. Webb assignee o( John. T. Earl. The petition alleges that he Is the owner ol 800 acres of land by st Tegular chain of assignments from John T. Earl and that defendan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 October 1851

Mb. ffilZWl r5d y A British Reviews. N Tlio republications of British Periodical Literature by Leonard Scott & Co. New York are tlio means of affording to the people of the United States at a cheap rate some of the most instructive and interesting rending to bo found and is an enterprise deserving the largest encouragement. These reviews are conducted by tho first talent of Great Britain ; and are engaged in tho-discussion of tho mo3t im- portant questions which agitate the civilized world. Whoever sub- scribes for any of these reprints secures for himself tho enjoyment of n high order of intellectual pleasure. These icprints consist of Tho London Quarterly Review ; The Ed- inburgh Review ; Tho Wc Minster Review ; The North British Review and 'Blackwood's Magazine. The following are the terms of auuscnpuon payment 10 ue maue in advance: For any dne of the four Reviews For arty two do For any three do . For all four of the Reviews For Blackwood's Magazine For Blackwood aiid three...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 October 1851

6.V ric' - .!- ffPWf HfftSip" "m"MlMliilMBtPiiWiiiiiiiiiiii( I" t -Tir EC" rt'A'j'"V 60 .teu pCwtetet Wtrigfiiistis irvkrias i'emtrifes. . .( MiW :31 r A. i S fcJjfc r UMfftot fc i . k - -VJMW SME GAZETTE OCTOBER' 11 .i M omotoirlvjicged Qrdorgana.BWqng the tower ranks a priest is necessary to render tho marriage binding ; u Miff Ittittaihy vcrV peculiar customs prevailed hi the bifilioirio ot iJcffi a gallant approaches a yoiiilg girl wtthbul offering ri word (6 fe4a salutes herby takldg ofHiis- l.at and thPn faying hold of tho hj i.nri ririntr'aiimn. Damns io iwin anu ran It UBUVCbu " - "itiit Vsja- rr Mm vrinhrr wftrtia1 interrupts him and draws the stri :g away. ifthnn nufnwrabTb in arid he may try his fortunes elsewhere; but f(5pn the contrary?:! permits him to roll it to the end he may rcclc oiY'himsolf tolprablyure of ia.Vor. "" t.. rfAniminilla. t!ti tailor is the important personage to Wlpm the . -. - .. . . . ! r- l. T ..f!.i.lr. ri.-lei T-Tfiiriilfr " "-'n iug8'one of Whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 October 1851

M. V '.I each other in pitched battles by mcansof condensed air; and filrlher 'that many believe the peculiar powers of the bod less conscious think- ing and sensitive being housed in this tabernacle to be the icstilt simply of its internal structure and the arrangement of its particles of atoms while chemistry supplies the clearest proof that as far as concerns this the ultimate and most minute composition and structure which is beyond thd reach of our sense's man-is trf appearance iden- tical with the ox or with the animal lowest in the scale of creation" ' . From the Now Orleans Delta 221 nit. Late from Havana. The most interesting intelligence from Havana is that which relates to the prisoners. We are indebted to Mr. Thrasher for several copies of the following circular letter which describes fully and authentically the situation 6f these unfortunate gentle- men : Havana ' Sept. 11 1851. The prisoners wore brought to this city in different lots and as fast as they arrived were s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 October 1851

!&"- fw "'-"WW"" -lv1t J 1 J OCTOBER-il It V V - ' " I. !T V ' r 4- A' - M v ftw in tht nttrhl. tntTl . .HA 1 i ttrt&fA&MC .1St. ' 1' ""WM ESTKAYS 4 i . t . ji . yy j W3rtca..i.. r y .s? "j' f"-' SSMSra- f a tt In WftiShraai tfeMW'Kl foot white lo hU J)Wtprn.jolrU a smau ? wffi Sot oii "hS loft fcljtt!? bnuidcd thin J-E about 6 your old r.pprnTscd t 3fl. -. f . 10 v j o rlj0 00rd on . . ......... "0--T " - VOI !2!S. l rrrav hoW " M ?'JS) T!fei2?2 O'lCll BIUU "-"7!K l.i: V.r II 4.1..i.u MjHy HUUVfB HIB" '"J '------ '. -T .7 T7l83l. SAMUEL L ukavjwo '" 1'SLieMTr.--T4KEN TO- by J If Hnmptay. mid ihx ijv J a'"- : --. iiAimwtr AirTOv ' UMnm r w vinvs. JLfin. uv r$Rradvv onil estrayed on the- 20th JMay 1801 a light-bdy horse white fcat XK about 4 years old stJar 041 the lofUliouIdcr-oppraiscd nt $55. jlmhlai'0Hf g WM buNBAR Cl'k by J P Wallace Deputy. ir KEVAR COU1WY1TAKEN UP by J JS White ana cstrnyea w- - r v Pwm Fn b. Wv horSo largo Spanish 7 or 8 years old 2 bpanisu brands...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 October 1851

(yVS' i ii im immim Jtf-fnn TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. L? BRBwnwiiuuBLi.jL Inl iipinifcm.... 1851 . zi - V 63- F IIubiis -Hams Mams. & T)UFFIELD'S superior Westphalia Hams slxvcksltf-juet received.Vprimr orucr oy JUiy ivj SAMPSON & HENRICKS. Received this week fa (COGNAC nnd Champagne D randy old Southside Madeira in boxesjSCham- j? KJ pngru' Claret brandy fruit brandy cherries; win-key lemon syrup ; Olive fcff toil; soda bNcuit; vermncella; macaroni; dried apples do. pearlies j prunes in t jars ; courants furs nlmonds raisins loaf crushed and powdered sugars coffee candy English cheese pine-apple do.; Sardines smoked herring; Hour tobac- co and Havana and common clears; conklnc-stoves. Iron steer crow-bars. tin. Oss-cut saws Colt's revolvers sheet-iron Tmrdware tooN; linseed oil so.ip crOss-i starch shot powder etc. etc. .Austin Win May. 1851. 3"V For sale bv 38 S. M. SWENSON. Prayer HBooks Prayer ISooks. TUST RECEIVED 1 dozen fine Prayer Books and for sale a prices ranirlng J fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 11 October 1851

'JJf'i -. fwacsHTirr iirocLJBUBXrt j 6ttrfrWrirt &Txaa2i&33r&mAzmXKiJrvteten&B3i9mHUik na$tnii TftXAS STATE GAZETTE. OCTOBER 11 64 fc- ' Vs. It it- Eb 11 J 'Corner of Congress sivisnisiK m hwws. Avenue and rccan aircci aiisu-m . ... ..!.. ....nttni. tlic undersigned r.-pociiiiny """'"'- .- l d.1 nlinvn iirOtienVi I I AVIINU .case". "'."". ' oiu-nrd it us n HOTEL and wm reor r . I J co in Hie I' ' c1 ' ' . "' ."coili.trv. Wo has l.itd ."'1 experience -. a style equal to tlio jm ' I ' l vigilant intention tin UiiBltie- mid w.l . to " .. nr0 lll.rBoinjr Urtroli TI room lurintu o a ho o J (o m t1iom comI)lcU ivntion !" """"'S' n.1 comfortable "; Wl1 Ue . tVe conuol or Mr.. CaMioun into ol HVnnosS'who- capacity for the position o hu turned arc believed to be ""slll''':7 .'. .... .waV9 i. j rendiiics. 10 perform their Poliio and attentive i" va 1 1 i 0 : fiU)3tllulinS Hi'WSK or I .ho w Orlcm mar- n won ns luxuries iu "- . . i tri .. . . nnrtio i tit With tho nMiiruncu timt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 18 October 1851

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