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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 March 1851

-5&&SFr:amnv "'T' " T-" ''or- HUSPtf fi C08 ' jest" JKGas Agga.'? fit "'Viv- $Sis advance ?uhlis1ie(l Weekly. orS5 at the endoi flie'yelir ! '- gT' fart ,e . ,- . -rn -f. vr If ahS REGl STERi Bj;CBCTGElt & MOORE. .h-imiiUULVAi. il ilLill itiauiu i uj 'in.R ii.riviiii t-n U-IU VH ITK Ii Pablisheu every Saturoay, 3Iain Street, Houston, by iT.fc cOtTCiBttW MOORE. J - x u irai s : SrtbsanpHon torbae Year, or Fifty-Two Num- ' beis; J9i s - ft- . - - $3. 00 , Advertising, oue"'doIIar persquareVfor tfie first in- " .. eertiou, and fifty" contslbr each subsequent insertiou. Tea lines orless to constitute a sqtthro. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, x a roasoauble deduction from the ubove rates will be niado. - 3tearaboatca?d8VPolitTcal audPersoual roinmuni- cations wil becharged at theaamerates as advertis- fXtaw m JVetvspapcr&. 1. SriUcrilierj wlm Jo notgire expresi notice to the contrary, are considered as ui∈; to continue their ubcn?tion. 2. Ifiabscn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 March 1851

sSJ pool that the Atlantic wouldfttuSlJofKeard from. f& " The English political news possesses no fa- tereBt of special moment.T The papers are mostly filled with speculations relative-to tb exciting topic likelytorengage tbe'earlyatteir--tion of Parliament-They are strongly in fa tor of a reduction in taxation. Aruong'tlu Ihost prominent nr tides named for a reduction are the. window and paper dutiesr France. Lonls- Napoleon appears, to hav gained for the time .oeing a complete masten over Gen. Changarniec and the National At semhly,' , The National Assembly, in acknowledging the right of the Executive power to dispose ( the military command, blames the use made t the right, and declares that the General 1 chief of the army jof Paris, and deserves th title to confidence which the National Assem hly testifies to him. On the sitting of the Assembly on the 3d Jan naryr an unquiet feeling prevailed among al , classes, -and -the Assembly was crowded to ex cess. It is stated 'the Ass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 March 1851

: 4ha o4OTirf?-i siP ?iA o ttnn nl !tsn 1 1 UU i WUC ('UtVivVUW 44Wfc.4WMw.ir'--- - S . M-, the In tli instTamob of mixed colors ttssaliltetl! the U. SBtshal-in the court-lioasemltostqp: und rescued a fugitive slave in his custody. The fecte-roor reported to the President, tfho immediately issaedhBiblltwing PROCLAMATION. Wfccrcos.inTormMion'Tiaabeerrreceiveditbat sundry lawless "persons, principaily-crsons of color, combined and confederated together; for the purjjustf of opposing by force the execution of the law oF-jtbelhiifed State's, did. afrthe city of Boston, j&iass., on the ltb dity of this month, make a .violent assault on the marshal and de- puty marshals. of the" United States, for the di8trictof Massachusetts, in the court-house, and did overcome said officers, and did by force rescue from their custody a person arrested as a fugitii'e slave, ind then anutnere a prisoner lawfully holden by said marshal and deputy marshals of the United States, andother scan- dalous ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 March 1851

45 -V .& -$-;- " ' n-fc till " F. A. EltL. GEO. W. UORTC - - foraeyff'af'.Catc. Cammm, -JlFficin County, Texas J . c wii t , LOST- The following lnud certificates, which-if, not heard ofwithiu ninety Hays, I will apply lo the proper ofBcersfor duplicate, viz : thn heedrighl certificate No. 392, 1st class, from Brazoria county, to Henson fi. WestalH Certificate "No. 651, first claw, issued to Jeremiah Brown, from Brazoria co., for one league. Certificate No. , 2nd class, issoed -from Bexar county, to Julian Salazar, for 1280 acres. Certificate "No. 88, 3rd class, for 320 acres, issued to William Davis frora Fort Bend county on 30ih Dec. 1839. Certificate No. 2640, frcra the Secretary ol Wiir and Navv, Tor 320 acres, isened to J. V. Morton. Jan. 13, IB5I. '9t7B5 J. H. HERNDON. ADMINISTRATOR JNfOTICE. "VTOTICE is hereby given that I have been appoin- ted administrator of the estalo of Rufus Wright, dee'd, by the&on. probate court of Fort Bend county, und all persons .having bni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1851

. - ' OPWHSSSBlKaqaM - i in ill i mi 11 I 11 n ! Ill IIIT'T I III Hill I f ' ' .lh .m JnKaMSBSaiasa At m BS7 li-rMMiiiBiii iiiiii iiimbiibim immm.im ! x ti.i Tft$---3 iia a cH niece. Published Weekly op 0 at the end ot (lie yeSfe YOL. XVI. NO. li.-WHOLE NO. 793 jBY CLIUGER & MOORE. HOUSTON, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1S51. - TELEGRAPH iffl UU1W1U1M iPublish'ed every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by CRTJGER& iHOOBE. terms: . i Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- " bers, $3' 00 Advertising, one doliarper square for the first in- "sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequentiusertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants aud others advertising by the year, ' a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political aud Personal communi- cations will becharged at thesamerates as advertis- ing. JLaw on Newspapers. V. SalMcribera who do not -ire express notice to the contrary, r re considered as wishm- to continue their subscription. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1851

W " fr i on Christmas eve may bo regarded as one of the most attractive spectacles of a people justly celebrated for their skill in the produc- tion of stage effects. But there are no pop- ular usages out of doors or in-doors by which the Christmas-tide is kept as a speciale.'e in France. Ifyou senter up the Buulevards, or through the English quarters of Paris, you .'frill hear and there find a plumb-pooding set down in the caries of the restaurants this must be accepted however, as a concession to the prejudices of John Bu'.l, for if there is one plat which a Frenchman abhors more than another it is plumb. pudding. He re- gards it as a barbarism it is too coarse and rich and heavy for his palate, and seems to ' him to be the express and condensed type of everything that is fat, greasy and revolting in the English cuisine. Whenever a French- man happens to acquire a taste for pudding, he runs his love of it to tatters, like all con- verse who not content with embracing a new faith, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1851

'i-jfe'vjr Hy Tier" Bide, talcing' my little." hands "folded in- here, and-cause .mo to xepeafthe Lord's Pray- er." ' ' Every mother "who reads this anecdote may read an important practical lesson, which she ought to put to use in the case of her own chil- dren. No mother can ever know how great and salutary will be the.influence on her little son, on all his future life in this world and in the world to come, of teaching him to pray. How appropriate, how beautiful the conduct of that mother who teaches her little son to kneel by her side as he retires to rest, to lift up his young heart to God that made him, and on whose care and mercy he must rely in all the future years -of his existence! If all mothers would teach their children to pray, and pray with and for them, how soon would this world's aspect be changed, and bud and blossom as the rose! And the mothorwho does not teach her chil- dren to pray, has no good ground to believe that she 6hall ever meet her children in heaven, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 March 1851

352. if JHJ, . W g ?: r. a. hill. aao. w. horton tr. Hill & Horton, Attorneys at Lavs, Cameronf Milam County, Texas ,-:. '' - wtfV55 vrf" OSTj The following laud certificates, whfch if jLi not Beard of within ninety days, I will apply to the proper officers for duplicates, viz : the headlight certificate No. 392, 1st clara, from Brazoria county, to Henson G. Westell. Certificate No. 651, first class, issued to Jeremiah Brown, from Brazoria co., for one league. Certificate No. , 2nd class, issued from Bexar county, to Julian Sulazar, for 1280 acres. Certificate No. 88, 3rd clara, for 320 acres, issued to William Davis from Fort Bend county on 30th Dec. 1839. Certificate No. 2640, from the Secretary of War and Navv, for 320 acres, issued to J. V.Morton. , Jan. 13. 1851. 9t 785 J. H. HERNDON. ADMINISTRATOR" NOTICE. "VfOTICE ishereby given that I have been appoin- JJ ted administrator of the estate of Rufus Wright, dee'd, by the hon. probate court of Fort Bend county, ., and all per...

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

SJV-t Vv- Vg"5"" cm XAS REGI Ti'ff& $3 in advance. Published Weekly or $5 at the end ol Hie year - -1 EGRAPH AND TE STERi fl 1 ' tpu . - -nr BY GfiUGER & MOORE. TELEGRAPH AND REGISTER, Published every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by crcger&. jjioore. tebms: Sabscriotiou for One Year, or Fiftv-Two Num- bers, I -'- - - - $3.00 Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, and fifty ceuts for each subsequentinsertiou. Ten lines or less to constitute a square- To Merchants aud others advertising byUieyear, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat card;, Political and Personal communi- cations will be charged at theBamerates as advertis- ing. Etaw on JVevospapers.- 1. Sisbjeriberj who do not give crprcti notice to the contrary, are consiJeredai wiihing to continue their tubtcription. 1 o ,... i.. .)... rain rh 1iirnntinnnnee oftheir Daoers, the publisher may continue to send them tH all that is due be paid. J " 3 Tfiub&ctiben n...

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

ffintiofit. TOtiinli t on lrnnnointT manifest BC- duo? Presidentpbut he deems it his duty 9 sacil.ce a personal satisfaction to the re- p&$sfthe country.-" Hurralungin Church It is stated by the Salem f Mass) Gazette that on Sunday, the 16th'ultjmo, -while the Rev. Theodore Parker was preaching in his church at Boston, "he ex- claimed in reference to Shadracb, the rescued skTB, "I thank God that the fugitive has escaped;1' whereupon the congregation gave him three, rounds of applause. xVtiry law Abolished. The Legislature of Iowa has just passed an act as to interest on money, parties being left free to contract for such rates as thejmay see proper, the law interfering-only so far as to compel the fulfillment cf the contract, whatever it may be. Clergymen Disqualified. The committee in the Virginia Constitutional Convention, to whom the Bubjectof the qualifications, of mem- bers of the State Assembly was referred, have reported a clause which disqualifies ministers f the gospel ...

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

-i,U?s?,H--r-? T"S & & are Sir. Clay, Mr. Doisrnsfdnd.vSlessrs. Jones candEIms.V. ,.- - I '--: ' ''. i The' Market:' - New York, March A2. Cotton is firmer at jesferdaj'sadvancc", owing to favorable accounts from v the South. Flour is advancing, and New Orleans quotedatS4 62 1-2tA$7 1-2. New Orleans sugar.is steady at514oSc.:and New Or leans molasses at "31 l-4e. Dew-rotted hemp is 8elling.at 120 per ton. New Hampshire Election. The elections ia New Hampsliire show a Democratic falling -off in the vote for Dinsmore the candidate of that party for Governor. lie is consequently defeated. The House stands 75 Whigs and tree Soiiers, and 62 Democrats. The vote for Congressmen has resulted in the choice of two-Wiigsnd tseo Dejnoeiats. MasiacliKtctU Senator. The Massachusetts Legislature has adjourned without electing a Senator io Congress. T&e Ohio fficer. Pittsburg, March 12. The river here is at xi stand, with fully sixteen ioefc -water ia the channel. rt St. Louis Market. ....

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

f T. tffolLt. f . , GEO. W. EORTON . v Hill & Jfortoh, jatterucysii-Lats, JCimertm Milam County,, Texas 3--r- - wtf 755 . OST. The following laud certificates, which if t Ttt.itr.ArtutKfri-ninAft7 iliivo f.txritl ftnnlv fa tbo proper officers for duplicate?, viz : the headright osnraeaig. no. oaz, isi ciass, irora Brazoria coutuy, to fiuon G. Westall. Certificate No 651, first cltss, issued to Jeremiah Brown, from Brazoria co., for "ona league- Certificate No. , 2nd class, issued from Bexar county, to Julian Salazar, for 1260 acres. Certificate No. 88, 3rd class, for 320 acres, issued to Wfllisia Davis from Fort Bend county on 30th Dec 1839. .Certificate No. 2640, from the Secretary of War and-Navir, for 320 acres, issued to J. V. Morton. Jan. 13, 1851. 9t785 J. H. HERNDON. ADMiNiSTfiAToSslvOTrCE. "VTOTICE is herehy given that I have been appoin- j. tod administrator of the estate of Rums Wright, dsa'd, by the lion, probate court of Fort Bend county, and .all .-persons having bu...

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

,J f Gl STER .Uli I 2 ''? V $8 In advance. BIr CRUGER & MOORE. TELEGRAPH Ail RJH1ISTHL Published every Saturday, Main Street, Houston, by CUZJGER& MOOBE. teems: Sabssripttott for-Ouo Year, or Fifty-Two Nura- bera, - S3'00 A-lvertisia,one dollarper square for the first iu- sertiou, "aiid fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten !tae3 orlops to coustilute a square. To .Msrchauts aud others advertising hy the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Stscuaboatcards, Political aud Personal communi- cations will bo charged at thesaineratos as advertis- ing. JLiiw on JVewspapevs I. Siibtcriiisn'uiip do not give express notice tolhe contrary, are considered ss wi-aias to continue their luuicnjwon. 2. Ifiabicrilii- ori3Ttbeu.scontinuanceoftIuMr pnfere.the palilhbir rniy continue to id ttiem till all tbal duo ijeynid. 3 rftabicribert nejkct ot ttCaxc U take the!rwper fnmi tie oJuceto which tisr tre directed, tbav are beil rioui!letiIl titer hay icttled th...

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

.H & r- .r, ' W3S t,.' , THE GERMA!SFATHERLAND. - ?bere is the German's Fatherland ? t Prussia ? Swabla? is 't the strand tVhere grows the Tine, where flows the Rhine 1 '3s t where the gall skims Baltic's brine ? ,x No ! yet more great and far more grand - Drlust he the German s Fatherland ! - -How call they then the'German's land j Cavaria? Brunswick ? hast thou scanned It where the Zuyder Zee extends 1 Where Styrian toil the iron hinds ? a No, brother, no ! thou hast not found The German's genuine Fatherland! Is then the German's Fatherland - Westphalia"? Pomeranian Stand I Where Zurich's waveless water sleeps ; v Where WeEer winds, where Danube sweeps; Hant found, if now Not yet! Demand Elsewhere the German's Fatherland. Then say, where lies the Germans land How call they that unconquered land 1 Is 't where Tyrol's green mountains rise - The Switzer"s land I dearly prize, By Freedom's purest breezes fanned But jio! tis not the Germans land ! Where therefore, lies the German's...

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

- j- - spy V lack of water, which, in nine cases out often, j isrtfae cause of the terrible explosion ostiani boilers. Foaming of the water in the boiler will not prevent its certain and faithful oper- ation. No power is required to drive it, ex- cept to overcome a small amount of friction, and any quantity of pressure in the boiler will affecl or prevent its easy motion and operation. 1 he same machine will leed any number of boilers in connection. Mr. Wise, the ajpronnut. is said to be engag- ed in the construction of a monster balloon, - vlth which he intends to prove the certainty of Jris ability to cross the Atlantic aud circum- navigate the glohe. Complimentary. -Major Nathaniel P. Brown, one of the reporters of the Public Ledger, and a member of the Philadelphia Bar, has been nominated by the"Deniocrats of Penn, as a com- missioner of that district. " " It has been rumored at Washington, that if 2Mr. Thomas Butler King should not be confirm- ed by the Senate, as Collector of ...

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

. k V fJjiA'sUlhLt - GEO. W. HOUTON Hill fe Horton, Attorneys at Lav, Cameron, Milam County, Texas wtf55 U n i -1 !i'"OST. Thoibllowing land certificates, which if ,Ihearrlgfwtlhin ninety days, I will apply to $S"j3?rpr oAJmjb &? duplicate?, viz : the headlight eSitl&rnlo No. 39g, let ofaeB, from Brazoria county, la -Xieoson li. WciUul. wertincaie im oai, n filial. iRSUed to Jeremiah Brown, from Bra- -f c -frriw league, Certificate No. , 2r -"& co., freffl Bowrconuty.to Julian Sal- . issued 8rtatoN88; 3rd cUp- -", lor 1280 acres. William Daviafrom ff 320 acres usmed to 1839 Certifi'"" " Bend county on 30th Dec Ww'and "' "i,te rom 1C Secretary of t . irfavv, for 320 acres, issued to J. V. Mortou. . J"-n. 13, 1851. 9t?85 J. H. HERNDON. ."ir'ADMINISTRAT0i?Sk0TICE. "VTOTICE is hereby given that I have been appoln- J.H ted administrator of the estate of Rufus Wright, dso'd, by the hon. probate court of Fort Bend county, aad all persons having business with said estate are her...

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