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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 January 1851

aarerZ' y"gjflggg REGISTER. !. fi LU--J." : -If 'M T&llflti- 3 Is advance. Published Weekly, or 5 at the end oi Hie yer- &&, - &&&. jss ga lis &- ePfc a& 3 $3 pa 3P Pl fS3 HrH Pm Ha lisg& II B Y7 CRUGEB & MOOHE. mm hmhihi iiviii bahim JLiHULiUilUllI AMI iuauiuim. Published every Saturday3 Main Street, Houston, fay cjr.uuer.& j5iooke. terms: Subscriptlou for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - 83-00 Advertising, one dollarper square fortho first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequentinsertioii. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by thoyear, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Stetinboatcard, Political and Personal coinmuiii- catioas'wili bo charged at thesamerutes as advertis- ing. JLtnv on JVcwspnpers. 1. S-ilmnbers who do not give cijiress notice to the contrary, ore considered as wishmj to continue their subscription. .2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 January 1851

ess "A hat full of bricks," shouted a third. "Hat of bricks," repeated thV waiter. By this time the kitchen was in a perfect Btate of confusion, and the proprietor in a Btew of perplexity. Perspiring with anxiety to please, and ignorant as regarded the charac- ter ot the dishes called for, he presented himself before tho liungary assembly for a description of the different things they wanted. 'What do yon mean by pigeon-milk homo- patty soup, and de brick J How you cook him. gentlemen?" . A roar burst from the table, and tho shrewd Asiatic saw ifi a moment that they were hoax- ing his subordinates. The gentlemen make you all fools!" said he. rushing again into tho smoky recess of his eul- inaryfdepartment: but whether ho meant that thC'gentlemen were making fools of his waiters or themselves, remains one of tho uncertainties consequent upon a Chinaman's incorrect know- ledge of our language. How The Lawyers Got theiu Saint. " And now, because I am speaking of petti- foggers, give me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 January 1851

lt '- The House was occupied in considering the New Hampshire contested election case. The Union Meeting. The idea of a grand Union Convention, pro- posed to be held at Washington on the 22nd of February has been abandoned. Terrific Explosion. New York, Tuesday, Jan. 7. The frigate Donna ISiaria, blew up at- Macao, and two hundred lives were 'lost. At a public meeting of the citizens of Fort Bend Countyfia the State of Texas, held at the Court House in the Town of Richmond, on the 4th of Jan. 1851, for the purpose of suggesting and adopting means and measured for the establishment of an institution of learning, the following proceedings were had. On motion of John H. Herudou, Esq., Judge C. C. Dyer was called to the chair, and on motion of A. B Aulrcy, Esq., Mr. H. B. Waller was requested to act as Secretary. The object of this meeting was then explained by Johu H. Herndon Esq., and on mo- tion made by him a Committee of three were appoin- ted by tho chair consisting of John H. Iler...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 January 1851

A GBNVILLE 3.. SHERWOOD, ATTORNEY AND COUASLLlAUt A hau, New Braunfels, Comal Co , Texas, WILL, attend to biuiness in the Counties of Bexar Gillespie, Comal, Guadalupe, rayeltc, Bastrop, Travis and Hajs. vrtfC79 . State of Texas, ) September Term, A. D. 1850. Fort Bend county. J r T--t.it. NOTICE is hereby given that James Knight has been duly appointed administrator or the estate of G. Van Norman, dee'd, of" said county; notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to said estate to come forward aud settle, and those having claims to ..a .1 r .,-.,. C,77B present mem -t" uaiiicm. " - y. a. Bill. geo. vv. horton Hill & Eorton, Attorneys at Law, Cameron, Milam County, Texas wtf 755 ? EIRE, INLAND AND MARINE, BV THE Protection Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn. Capitol Stock, - $200,000 rf ".HE above Company has opened an office in Gal- JL veslou, andwillisssue pol.ces on buildings, Mer- chandize in? stores, Shipments of Collon. Sugar, "Mo- lasses, Hides and all other articles o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 January 1851

?t . v -' T'9&---$3 in advance. Published Weekly op 5 at the end of the veai BY CilUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1851. VOL. XVI. NO. 4.--WHOLE NO.786 y TELEGRAPH iffl) REGISTER, Published every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by CJGERfc .MOORE. teems: Subscription for One Yearor Fifty-Two Num- Advertising, on dolbrper square for the first ill seriioa, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants-aud others advertising by the year, a reasonable doducliou iront the above rales will be made. ' Steamboat cards, Political and Personal commuui- "caltous wilLbecharged at the same rales as advertis- ing ' i - EjnwonlYeivspapers... are considered a wishing to continue meir suDscnpuuu. -2 Ifsubsenbers order the dincontinunnce oftlieir papers, the publisher may continue to send them tillall that is due be paid. 3 If subscribers neglect or refine to tale their papers from the ofliceto which ihev are directed, they are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 January 1851

jT J r, - ' 3m ) . Is M s "'St -i Tpi 4 tot-' -3? circumstances, aad earnestly desiring the wel- fare of his charge, began by what mode cr pnn--ciplcs of action would be most likely to secure -"it. After much thorght, he concluded -that Tkindness was the key to the boy's hearts, and - observantly waited ior some favorable oppor- 1 tunity to test its worth. Such an occasion soon occurred. One of the boys became danger- juQusly ill. The teacher called upon him. 'ibis - - act was altogether without precedent, a report .. was soon circulated, and a good impression was - suddenly made. When the school met, the r -"teacher informed the boys about their comrade, - x and inquired if two would agree to call every day, and ascertain the state of his health. The idea was novel. Like new things, it was cheerfully "received, and the boys regularly acted upon it. Their school-fellow had been -"V ordered to have some wine. His parents .7 were very poor, and had not the means for complying with thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 January 1851

"pr: " tasr L. 1 A new process Jias.been invented, by a Pro- . fessor Spieker, for extracting gold from quartz and other auriferous ores.- It is this: "The finely powdered or crushed gold ore. is conduct- ed from the stampers, or crushing mill, by a Ftrcam of water into vata or hogsheads of any convenient size,- and there allowed to settle. Thcnecessary quantity of water remains in the vats, to which n small proportion of the chemi- cal agents is added, which effects the solution of the gold. After the ground quartz or other ore has been stirred in the liquid, it is allowed to settle. The gold being completely dissolved, riBes a&ore the quartz powder as a clear liquid, and ia drawn off into other vats standing below the dissolving vats. In those vats the gold is precipitated by another chemical agent, when it sinks to the bottom of the vat and can easily be collected. It needs then only to be melted with a little boras to prove that it is chemically fine gold." Port of Houston- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 January 1851

fe3- Jf- jar-- y it & K. Ihs, ' LONDON MUSTARD, PICKLES, SAUCES, &U, Muitiroomard WalnnfKetchup. , Prepared Salad Drciilaj for Lobsters, Chickens, &c. Engli.li Mustard.ln poutuland ha-fpound hottles. Dunn's Cheinicallr 'renarcd Chocolate, for Invalids SnanUh aad French Oliies, Capers, and Sweet UU. . .... t.i .. eml Hiimina Petiiier. uumeroiier,jQuiiw)uj, - -j --- -- Anchovy, Shrimp. Bloater and Cavier Pastes. RICH SAUCES of e cry variety imported, such as Kend- in", Harvey, John uuii, voro:i, i,u.iuV,a-..v.i..v.. reserved English Traits and Provisions. Jellies. Jams, Marmalades, and Preserved Jamaica Ginger. Ileal Gorgona Anchovies. Stoughton Bitters. Syrups of e cry sort. Iaqueres of the choicest kind. . . London Pickles. Chow Chow, Piccalili. Gherkins, Onions, &c. PAUL DE VEBE & CO'S flavoring extracts for Confec- tionary,Ice Cream, Jellies, &c i iz Lemon Mace Nutmeg Peich Vanilla Celery Rose Orange Peel Ginger Clove Almond Nectarines, fcc. The above artic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 January 1851

in i hip" imjji l,,j. i pxEmai "i-i i-bibmb K luiiTiimn giami anBpMamBPlKaaBrtO Published, Weekly. TElliiW" -S3 in advance. op $5 at the cifidoi Use yeas; --"saw 19S1 BY CRUGEH & MOOKE. HOUSTON, FETDAY, JANUAEY 31, 1851. VOL. XYI. NO. 5.--WHOLE NO,78r I IB 1 Hill J Igggj ESQ v, " 1'niwm.m.. TELSORAPH AND RESIST Published every Saturday, Brain Street, Houston, by CR.UGEItfc JJIOOK.E. u ' ' terms: 'Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- boraT- -'--- " - 3' Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for eacl. subsequent insertion. Ton lines or less to constitute a square. -i. To -Merchants and others advertising by the year, ar-vusonabla deduction from the above rales wdl be mix , made. Steamboat cards, Political audPersoual couimnni- cat't6aswill bocharged at thosamerateB as advertising- ' -, Sjaw on Newspapers. 1. Subscriber who do not jive express notice to the coutrary, arc: considered ns vis"irn;r to continue their subscription. 2. If.ub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 January 1851

i - drive the machinerj, -which consists of biscuit machines to knead, roll and cat the dough; a gristmill to fpulverize the biscuit, a fan to raise the re in a blast furnace for heating the oven,, and '-the gulliotine," a powerful machine, constructed by Mr. Savage, to cut the meat in small pieces, the better to facilitate the boiling. There are four wooden cladrons or tubs for boiling the meat and evaporating the licfuid or broth the two for boiling the meat, holding 2,3000 gallons, will each boil 7,000 lbs. of meat in twelve to sixteen hours. The other two, for evaporating, will contain some 1,400 gallons each. All the tubs are heated or boiled by steam passing through long coiled iron pipes, supplied at pleasure either from the escape steam from the engine or direct from the boiler. And here we would remark, that we see no reason why the firstprocess of boiling the juice . o&the cane should not be made in wooden tubs boiled by the escape steam from the engine ern- floyedin g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 January 1851

Halifax, bringing dates from Liverpool to the 4tli, andTrom London to the 3d instant ti,0 markets generally are firm. Cotton at Liver- pool is without change. Middling Orleans is quoted at 7 7-8d. .Money is abundant, and the market active. Consols selling at 96 7-3 a 97. Pork has slightly advanced. Tobacco is im- proving. Manchester markets active and bus- iness extensive. 4 The political news is favorable. Affairs on the Continent are satisfactory, the German question promising an early settlement. Nothing is yet heard of the Atlantic, and much anxiety concerning her prevails. SECOND DISPATCH. congressional. Passage of the Cheap Postace Bill. Washington. Friday, Jan. 17. Tn the House to-day the cheap postage bill was taken up and passed by n. vote of 130 yeas to 75 nays. The bill fixes the rate on each Jcfter of half an ounce at 3 cents for all parts of tbo United States, probably excepting California and Oregon. The compensation to postmasters,- is not to be reduced. Printed matte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 January 1851

SK: Sl- ' LONDOWMUS'TAED, PICKLES, ,. . - SAUCES, &G, ' - ' Muthroom and Walnut Ketchup. Prepared Salad Dressing for Lobster, Chickens, &c. English Mutard,in pound and half pound bottles. Drum's Chemically Prepared Chocolate, for Invalids ; - Spanish nndFrench Olives, Capers, and Sweet Oil. CurriePnvrder.IndfsitSov, and Cayenno Tepper. Anchovy, Shrimp. Bloater and Cavier Pastes. - RICH SAUCES of every variety imported, such os Head- ing, Harvev, John Bull, Worcester, Camp, &c?fcc. &c. Preserved English Fruits and Provis.ions. f. . 5, Jellies, Jams, Marmalades, and Preserved Jamaica Ginger. . Heal Gorgona Anchovies. Stonghton Bitters. Syrups of every sort. $ . liiquercsof the clioicestRitid.. Xondon Pickles. Chotv Chow, Piccalili, Gherkins, Onions, fcc. VAVh DE VERE & CO'S flavoring extrncU for Confec- tionary, Ice Creams, Jellies, &c,viz. -.Lemon Mace Nutmeg Peach " Vanilla Celery Eose Orange Peel Ginger Clove Almond Nectarines, &c. The'above articles, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 February 1851

0T i I - u T&M,Wl8 iu advance. Published JWeeh'ly. or 5 at the endol ilieyear ;"BY CRUDER & MOORE. ' 'Pttblished'emj Saturday, JIain Street, Houstwij by " "ba.uaEmt inooius. ",.,-.. - - "', T E B. M S :- a-iL ibsoripllou for Ouo Year, or Fifty-Two Nmn- s Li' jAivertising. one dollarper s6nareTorthe firbtiu.- !rV?i'-grliou, ana fifty cents for each subsequent insertion., w i vuii ioa vi icos iu uuuaLHUkc u aijuaio brt. l'r.. ... .tn.&. !-.. ... nn.;... .... a.. ..n - - i Merchants aud others-a3vertWnr bythoypar.1 j. rsjiuule deduction frbintbe above rales will be made. k f $g ,4 ..aotcir,jfoiit1CiUwjg t-cnquaicoininn.il. It) r. - - ,, . Ijfsw on .Newspapers. 1. ii'xti'uw w l'n 'to not yive express notice to the contrary, " -iro cnnidered ns wialmi to continue their sulacrij tion 2. .Ifjubcnlier order the ilncoulinunnce oHIieir pnjer the ptiblisl er mat continue to send them til! all that a due bermul. 3 Ifsii':rn-rj i ejlect or refue to take their pnpers from the o.'iice ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 February 1851

$$ V fee as well as -widows and orphans caused by .the , last two Weeks proceedings, a right to ask the Gen. commandiqg on this frontier, Co treat the Indians at the nest council with the six. shoot- ers of his ffallant-Drasroons. "Instead of the pre sents f his -Gormnent: or at least 'that he -will consider thltrcaty as 'violated by ihe In- dians and hold tlfemito a strict account- We hope thaithovorn out exccseW ndt being able to restrain tKi& warriors- will not avail in thisJnigvacg.Ma r ' " Schave certain news that the Indians in "iJllptgeOiiImbres have passed down befcweenFords , eainp-andXorpus Christi. Iiqwvs corapanyare aomg an uiey c;m, it is QOuring tlw coantry in all directions. The rr illonf. rnrtJTnHlAAn tnn'ftif'IP'nn winter to do liify. He left here a few days since for his camp. ami l have no , doubt, although entirely nnfitfor duty, that he.is now in the saddle in ftJlpursmt. You nihy expect to hear a good ac- count of liim. tfcJUorgotfoUnentionthatMr. D. Levell...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 February 1851

the 28,000j00Sjcomposing-llie British reaim, Londpn.exceptedjjone million' will-no dourjt borran The Times thmlcsMhiJ self-in- Merest villjakcar.e.rifthe, feeding anil sleep- ingnd'it ;warns strangers m advauce of I'ilbne.bills7 and extra fees. " The undersigned, a committee appointed by the Board of Aldermen for theyear 1S50, to examine the Secretary "and TreasurerVBuoks aud accounts, and make a -synoptical report of the Finances of the city for the'pasfyear, having discharged lbev'duty assigned lliem', beg leave to r . i - REPORT wf .1 t -The Receipts. TVorh'Wharfage, Saleol.Mule and Cart, - r Licences7by.JBoyce5- - "- ,t- bVkobit; ; -; Taxes,. by ,";, U.a. '..V SSG2 83 1(5 00 - - "1270 33 854 30 l'ia-3 by Boyce", .- -? Ij&gF Market rents, """..'"Li , 749 78 Powder Magazine, u, .a, v 40 00 ..tTG ki TotalRevenue, - .vjS..' $il,3lS 67 From Gub:aibs,for bal. due 'by'him?foj,: Taxes of l849,f received from .aST- - nis, security, . . v ,, ' FromH. H. Allon, former'Treasuror " - "Fl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 February 1851

ts.-"?- V -fa rs t. LOaT. l'ho totiowiug laud certificates, which ir not heard of wlthinuinely dajg, JLwilL.apply l janiiFproppTfScprsTijr'duplicatej; viz : the headnglit certinratffOXo.jayrisl'Class.irprn cruzim .v iMi'T-'ri - tmi r ...:c.rt Jior'ane-ieague. worctncsio i.w. i - --" from Bexar countv, lo Julian Salazar, for 1280 acres. CertiSca'lo-No.'b'S, 3rd class, for 320 ceres, issued, lo "William DavisYroin Fort Bend county on 3Uth Dec. 1839. Certificate No. 2640, from the Secretary of War -and Navv, for 320 acres, issued to J. V.Mortou. Jan. 13.1851. iitiab J. a. nfittixuw. "TrTMWESTRATORS NOTICE "VTOTICE is hereby given thatljmve been appoin- i tA .lAmhuniminr nfllm pstntn of Unfits Wrinht. dee'd, by the hotu probate court or Fort Bend county, -. - and all persons having btwness with said estate are A 'hereby notified fo present the same for tfuju&ttnent "-C """ withiu the time prescribed bv law7: - --i A. R. PITTS, Adm'r., .""J;' Fort Bend, Jan 39th, 1851. Ctj8K ?,--T OS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 February 1851

J'- 9U0B CUB fi&H j-SJPv jS3 WBfiBfiK B flQHjBUMk H ifllHhL HHlB flflflBlB KSH3 JP&K. ffL-!frk 9B BSWfek. AM IBS flB dHA wv Hltek ff5535BI IwifSStel FH V S .L flBhL MBBMB.MM jJUMB-mBiB,"t", tm - ih"wj jss y t sm&Mz'Jvi "IriHIFlWw H Teii H F Hinliill Mm SBrmM-mim m mm iflilW' Heiwl lit . !1- r- - iy i M&iili'TIS 2? in ladvaMcc. ?i&lbfishel Weekly. orS5 at flie end of Hit e j-gai 65. U 3ii '- . r i. II B eH U&EtK & MOORE. IMMRAPM'8 register, Poihshedj BTjefX- Saturday, Main .Street, Houston, by j . C!.UliiltarUl.UUX.xli. t, .( (, uSscrTption for One earr Sgy-Twoljuim- bers, - - - " - - - "w3- 0tt Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertboand fifty ceotsforBach'subsequeutlnserlion. Tou'liaesorlosstocpnstituOfafquaxQ. . lf,-,tJ To MerchanlBjand others aqvertgijjg- .ujjumyeur, arasojfbfo de'ductroa from the above rates will be madjSftA flfco -1 .': Sts cations ia w cl3tav on-jy'ews&ftpe'rs. r 1 SuJwcnljen j3io.do notgieerpres police to he c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 February 1851

t 1 s "M - 3 theM and sisters disco.vered iheir stockings abundantly supplied with;eyery5thingno grat- ify their fancy and jmikjtheir happiness com- plete, beside encouraging tJptes from their af- fenalend invislblsdiyinity, but when he xfherlh7s own rco-ipts, imagine his cruel disaplmiTment on drawing forth, a whip. TbeangeroTSt. Nichols, and his own 111 con- duet? bet rayedso publicly, and coming upon him with, ihesuddenness of a thunderbolt, in.a moment of such highly-wrought and joy- ful expectation,, swelled his innocent heart nearly 10 ureaiuug. vur luiormam uescrio- eu ii in a grapirn; manner, ana as- nscene wjpuldjiaye' formed an apt .subject for a pic- ture., "The terible erahlem o( supernatural displeasure was no sooner produced, than the gov , group of lovely j;pung children were sujucK unu motionless dsiomsmncm. x hum -Jiveyfvoices wereJiushedin an instant. Th rich an& glittcrmj: fragments of childish splendor, lay around, unregarded, while, the hereof the tragedy, w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 February 1851

V:, .IVS 2JTLL s- T r n ,'A ? iSffifeBlEROM. NEW ORLEANS. . Thestearaship Globe arrived aLGakeslon on theScLmst. and Drought dates from New Orleanslb the 21st inst. TELEGRAPHED TOTHE!fEW;ORLEASS PICAYUNE. JVczc I'orA-, Fe&. 14. Kossurn and the Govekn- MBNTyjrWo learn from Washington that Kossuth has Ubke'd'onr Governmeuflo intercede with the Turkish authorities in order to obtain his release. It is said - m Mr.JVebstor wall return a favorable reply. Massachusetts. The- freeiSoiIers of tho Massachu. rettsXegislatureiave refused to nomiuate a candidate for llro.U.,S. Senate in placeof Mr. Sumner, who it is , nowtioncwled cannot beelected. Balthnore, Feb. J4. Tae Atlantic. Capt. Wil- liams, of the ship Seine, which has Just arrived at NewiYorkfrom Havre, reports having-seea" the steam. ship'A'Uahtic, friar days out from Liverpool, under a fall head of steam. Tho Seine had. encountered a heavy- gale by wfeicn Capt. Williams thin tlie At- lantic was disabled, so os probably not to be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 February 1851

aaW b irt pJT-TT" -B- rwp t rniintsTncr land certificates, which if j not hoard of within ninety days, I will apply to lhet to HenfioVG. Westallr Certificate No651,fir6t class, Issued to JeremtahcBrown, from Brazoriaxoj. for oneJeague..- Certificntn No..-, .2nd. class, Issued fromSoxar.coontyosInlion SalRmrttfprTl28a acres. CertificatSJbr68,3nf 'class, for-320 -acKs issued-to VilhamJ)aBfrom;Fort,Bond.'Cpunty1 nnl'th Dep- di 183&i,iPerWfiale. o.tWt irom uie PJ "' War and,av.fpr320,acresf tened4o J.lortou Jan. 13, 185U .31-785 J. jmy""""- ADMINISTBATOR'S .NOTICE. and ll perrons having business with said estate are hereby noUficd to present the same for adjUbtment within the time prescribed by-law: SWRd. Jan" 19th, 1851. 6t 7bG LOST The hoadnght tcrtificalc or D Nicoda demus, for one third of-a league of land, ntunber 25, 1st class, issued by the board of laud commission- ers of.Golmd conuty. If not heard xtf withip ninety davB.'lehairapply-io the proper office Jor a duplicate wDtt...

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