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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 May 1841

t . . y i . -r- v iifftx .i'E- j I " whhbbb&ipiii miu .wk ttBOfc ttlWBQSi V V & s? - fcf TEZlJfIS--$5 in advance? BY .CilUGER & MOOJ&E- PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. ' TEK1HS. m SscniPTioK, per 12 months or 52 number, - -85 00 IC 3 " l i " . .inglepapcr, .- - - - aSvertoiso, 1st insertion, - - P square, AV R ' 2dndsub&quent insertion, " i -n-ifi l Z..iA onnh itlKRrtlOD. 2 20 50 SI 00 50 '4 00 - AnTnrimtnTof Candida.esf anno't, 10 00 A discount oflO Percent, on the above rate, will be made to iwSiD'terms: Per 4 squares', with the privilege of S-2smiareachweelcper quarter, S40; 5 squares, finf 3 elch week, S50 ; G square,, changing 4 each eeU, midverUVements sent without vrit& tow m un- lesSHsooaer forbid, bs inserted six months, and charged accor ifo p'ersonal advertUements will be inserted. ,. No credUvullbegivenlo any transient advertiser, under an The above terms are rated in specie or its equivalent, in l ei- as or states paper. From Graham's Magazine. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 May 1841

H THE BATTLE OF TALAVERA ' " Having jbeen despatched to the rear with orders for General Crawford, I did not reach Talavera till the morning ofjhe J28th. Tjvo.days.' hard fighting had left the" contending armies still face to face, and.withont any decided adrantatre on either side. "When I arrived upon the battle field, the combat of the"morning was over. It was then 10 o clock, and the troops were at breakfast if the few ounces of wheat, sparingly dealt out amongst them, could be dignified by that name, All was, however, life and animation on jt every side; the jnerry laugh, the passing jest, the care- Mess look bespoke "trie free and daring character of the soldiery, as they sat fn groups upon the grass; "and, ex- cept .when a fatigue partv passed ""by, bearing some wounded comrade to the rear, no touch of seriousness rested upon their hardy features. The morning was in- deed a glorious one; a sky of unclouded blue stretched above a landscape unsurpassed in loveliness. Far to the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 May 1841

& a, -. L -. y -- P Conscience. A certaia Jesuit preached in Aizzo, IjgainsflhT'uncliastS'wSraan. "One-amongsfyourespe-ctally," safd '-he to-'fo female auditory, "distinguishes herself by her dissolute course of life; the consciousness of shame often amends sinners, and therefore I will here name the woman publicly. But no ! christian charity forbids ! she might through this become, too much scan- dalized. I will, however, do something to point her out; so that through shame she may- arrive at conversion. I will throw my cap at her. She whom I hit is the sin--ner." The preacher no sooner took his cap in his hand, but all the ladies stooped as low as possible. "Good heavens!" exclaimed the pries;, "have then all these wo- men a bad conscience 1" f" 1ST of Letters remaining in the Post Office at jLA Ho.uston, on the 30tb of April, 1841. A Knox J I) Adams, B E-v , Anderson, Thomas D Allen, Henry H Andrews, John D. B ' Barton, R Baker, H Beach", Jonathan W '. BeasIyDHE Brooks, Z S B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 May 1841

J ''Ji M iVw J iCXDRBJJTJDINTMENT. rrHIS .Ointment Is 'made from a'Rccipe of the late celebrated Pro- - "JLrTessor, James"Ham3toif ofEdinburgh, who wasa-memberof ""that"brigut constellation of the eighteenth century;-which illumined hhe whokmedical world, and, in fact, there is scarcely a physician of any, standing or talent at present who has' not been taught by them. VjVhenJBr.iHamilton gave tue writer of this his rccepe, he stated that an'-English. nobleman who had two sons sorely afflicted -wnh ringworm, Jie sent, them to London -and put them undermany of theraost eminent physicians of that city, without any benefit ;"" he heard of his celebrity, and sent, them to Edinburgh, and in a Jew months he sent them noma perfectly sound by using, the above oint- -menfc " This excellent ointment is far superior to anything hitherto used, for those' who are afflicted, with eruptions of any pari of the body, but particularly the young of bbthsexes, wnen they arrive at the ago of-puberty the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 May 1841

?V&Z. TMTSS . M & "V- -C- r j- b. $ -i rm rKk YTik' v "v". vi .1 w r -1 .11 .""" ax TJERJ?18$5 in advance. BY GRUGER & MOORE- UBLISHED BY. CRUGER & MOORE. u -' .- . TERMS. Sobscbiption, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - -S5 00 . , .- j r 6 " 26 - 00 j '! 3 " " 13 " - - - 2 20 "'"j "' single paper, ..---. 50 - -Noeredil will be given fur subscriptions. Advertising, 1st insertion, - - per square, SI 00 2d and subsequent insertion, - r "0 "i a: it - Political cards, each insertion, 4" 00 zr " , Announcement of Candidates peranno't, 10 00 A.discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to sheriff's7bn ainegal notices: Pprs.ins desirous of advertising by the auarter call do so on the' f -llcwing terms: P,er 4 squares, wiih the privilege of changing'-! squares eacti weeK, -per quarter, a4u; o squares, changing 3 each week, $50; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, 50. . ' All'auverllenients sent without written instructions will un- less sooner. fJrbid, be inserted sii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 May 1841

EVENTFUL LIFE OF LOUISPHILLIPE Ji.'yerv ieterestinff lecture, was delivered in.ihis city Sjintfe the 'romance' of raau'tyitvasitae .m8&;pnderfu I. 'nfte.tratlfjef.'the remarfiuif. have beenliekriowiedged by all whdJbllowedJiim.iri.tbB.detail of thejchrquored lifeof tfre French JKng;-iv,'IiOubvPhiUjppe.,isjaovv-sixty-lour yeats'Sldrrsfathertheprofligate Duke of Or leans; was as "much, aistingmsjiea -for 4iis vices, as" his aaother wasforTher virtaesTariiL piety. 'Uhderithe care ofLtha, later,-aud-ihe tuitionfof, Madame de Gentierthe jouthi of the young .prince-was passed. In the luxuri- ,cu3,Jinu vitiuua cuan ul lueDouroocs, ae was a pattern ofiMHrietyand virtue. -He -was early,taughtto restrain lis"pnV'tOiCultivatehSraind,and'lo endure fatigue. 3HetvUkedjten,or.fiftean miles aayamWaid oria bed of jipardsf co veredcpnly-with a, mat He kept" a-daily jour- nals off his life,- in ?which 'he.re gularly-kept as account of the amino er-trl -which .he spent hislime.and performed :iho,du...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 May 1841

ti '--, 13 :.i5r r.f- CONSTABLE'S SALE. Bjr virtue of three execuiionaissucdby Di W. Bibcock, Esq, a juauca of the peace in and far the count; odiums, and to me directed and delivcira iu,faTor of Homy Hy- land and against James W: Scott, Francis JEL Lubbock, ami JTW. Cruger, I hare levied upon all the light, title, interest, and claim of ue said Francis R. Lubbock, in and to one third of a teairue of land on Green's Baron, known on the man as the head rizht of M. nelL and '-will, on lh firt TWsdiiw in JnnnnoTL within the hours prescribed by Jaw, at the court houoe door in the Cny of Houston, expose the same (or so much thereof as will satisfy the said executions and costs) at public sale, and should it take any less than the whole, to be taken commencing at one corner and running through the tract with a proportionate front. Terms cash, with ap praisement. may,13 dtds DANIEL BUSBY, Con'at. ONSTAHLE'S SALE. By virtue of five executions issued by James M. McGee, .Esq., a justice of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 May 1841

3T r. , r J&SC 3C0RBt-TIC .OINTMENT. f rpBlSCMntmentJajnaJe fro'nraRecipeof the late celebrated Pro- . -L "fessor,'James Hamilton, "of Edinburgh, who" was a member of X Ithatbrizht constellation of the eighteenth ceniury, which dlumined suthe whole medical wbrldYand, in fact, .there is scarcely a physician i cfany-standing'or talent arpresent who has not Jeen taught by ethcrn'WhenJJr.. Hamilton gave the' writer of this his reccpe, he stated that'an "English nobleman who had two, sons sorely afflicted "vrith'ringworm, he sent thein lo London and put th'emjuider'many ef the mosteminent'physiciacs of that city, without any benefit; he beard of his celebrity and sent them to Edinburgh," and in a lew months be sent them home perfectly 'soundby using iheabove oint- ment. , . - .This excellent ointment is far snpenor.to anything hitherto used, for those jWho are afflicted -with eruptions of any part of the body, j&STbtit particularly the young of both sexes, wnen they arrive at the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 May 1841

-. i o- wl !e - i ". ,;: -...'..;,.- - "' ' - i, i i nil iM ,-. .P i - i . ..,, pa. BGEUGERr&;:MQORE..; Pnj3,LIBHED,qX, GJIUGER.& MOORE., SnScRrtrrioN'per' 'l2vmonths 'of 52 nnrnteis,' - - -S5 00 " , ii a " 52fivi " ,..- 3 00 .. J ' 'ihJf 3' - & i'jT. 2) il'J V singltfjaper, - siv -'i. ,-r-,j"50 liCoceii.wiUbe5iTenfiirsubscriptions.f f,.0l;g AnvfiBTisiNp, Iit .iosertion,' '-" - per, square, SI TO '"it SdandsubiequentiBsenioriiJf v, - -i -SO " Political cards, each. insertion, r- 4 00 " AnDouoceraentofCaodidaiesperanuo't, 10 00 A.di'copot oflO per cenL odhe above ratcj rill be made ,to sheriff's, on'aU legal Dotices. PersUbP desirous oradrerliMngby the quarter can dosoon the S HowiogUeroH: Per 4isqnares, with the, privilege of changing $ squares eachweelrj per quarier, SW; 5 squaresf,' cha3gtdg3cach wcet,'S50( 6.quare, changing" each week, AlfsJdver'ti'MsmeuLs sent wftb'oart't'ik instrucitonswilltini less-isooaerlCfbid.'be inserted sixTOodllisand chargedlAocqr p?rsonVladv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 May 1841

For the Morning Star. PUBLIC EETINfo-p -?, & a meeting- of the Members ofybfcr,afiLieci ens ofthe'county of Harris, boMrrfaJtJKlBAUsej mnihn3Sth Mavr. 1841. Charles Watrous.-.Esq'vaSTalled to the ctmlrrnd-g.-RLTibbuukv Bismcfretgrkrappoint- ed secretary,; ni SiStlis JMS Ojji4n "& Vi 1 secretary,; R. C. Cam tmpbeuyjsq., ftaving.Bxpiaineajtne ogjeci, 01 the meetinir.fieredub.e following resolutions, JVhicbveie nnimansaoAfJbr-L -v? w gv .ukl- '1 of W p eril VpH 4"lin t 't hi R-m' p Pt ! n briri rpr pl-v Wt ir rH" th" In cons: the citSnfbrHirfinTvetdepnteaQfe-- present iprm frefi'TfifeRSirlniSfmTVnUDVfof the: "benefit wnicu-iiis liuuui juu"g jjt. u.juci -of his knovvn'TJiligence fir tiy despat'cir!T)T 'ibnsihess?' aecu- jate descrimuiaUonnMceaedre(1qt,torAhfrlrict).irn marlial,.nnd;rafea1inMaon,m,ilaWs.i1,':! 2nd:; qualifiec liheral flismsltidh 'K- Srt&S ffdWrtE? J.r !?.. a' oru, erets,Tndt,ii is his .purpose so soon to-ftbanqpn a-staiion, L! I. I li ..'iJiK. ,T in .h.,li I....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 May 1841

f-i t-0,yZtSt. v -i. i. I I o . tT &x i y't Mexico. Bv-uielaBt advices from New Orleans we gteam&syi and anasfe-IP'ftIe97556! JCrnrnfirBtatedHhaCGeh. Beraa.no. at the head of 1500 Anenifirorattcatanjswas about the-20th.ut.;.yurnn forty "Expected. IrwasTipjrpqredjthaJa-paTty of Eederalistfc had captnred;JBifdrtTpkihpAaTS)15ripico. Somesus- rrl4-Tfi nroirmlMl.nn i nf-rraaKfct(El.UUiIsU(Ujr . ti aw via 14 VKselThiiii?a!ttemlwnsilppofeedto beTTexiao liedon'; ?8e1belong.ntoournavyiverea few days since lying m iheTiarodr orGalveston. i... j?c Wii-" 1 I 1 ... !?" rTrf. ...-.lift KPnt? Briskvnotvsitbstandi! 'StediWtote rentlmved'frVra the Mexican sjatlSrnentSjjand have brougbfin'iaTgeuantities fpf J&'SOTWr M.Wil6? ,tmade , section, 1v keeplnjfoip' the?- communication with our western -settle- afflKaabiTfy-'yi ft f notaitH 7v.lr l tit Jl V ,,.BiAMTs,WeiflTOe,innylof.oaT citizens who may iJitNejvjDrleans.-i'nd whofeel an interest iVthe,cuj- 'nare'r.frtfiTarid otesmentaVtres,,flr.f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 May 1841

B-M sSfEaiia: "??ti:;r -1 t -" . i. .- --iij-; -ji .i .. ,.- jvr jz-ffitryv1,-! '-i --. T"-- i.j,. t - S-V wIT ' 1 t.Ja llJlfr-. Tll niT f t'Wi'Mla U b. -.I-- 1 A't2?4t ta m iJW&J J t -w K - 8V W . . t,a 53W53& KUfi' '- " -! Vi'J'rf-J3iIia: J3Q fiW if . l3B 3 STIWSs , (fnn -..-ur -i. . lirtTi-r - -Z C" 7VO'ltJIIUuJJi'i A-U .11. "i- . Ti -:lmcs is leiSat.oIthiihmeaicine. that 1 recommend it to. QiamHg&s 1M acquaintances and friends, and sy,Bs;ofteB, i-Vv "'" i ?lre?Jt 0144 "lot i consider u as aoove iu price, imuuw 01 ,-jBnyswB0-!BaV8(teceiveatirnpprtant.DeneiiB iron me nseoi, & VJTW ''Life Bills jmdPhcenix. Bitters,'' and am confident? were ISL- JWJWEirieaiclBegeneraHy Tmdwhthey would. to' tfgreat extent 4?MreiSthe:nseofdeleterioiis'mediciner "" - k. ' , i?z2fV7iiti my best wishes for1 your prosperity and usefulness in SC e comraurilty,lam7sir, respectfully, yours, &c, ' " c&- sM.i-.B - X. C. NORRIS, 21, Sixth Avenue, - "' ;J" now 236 Bleeckef street . vJia-0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 May 1841

TT n tl "S .5 (H & lSAar 4&I ti . gS? ,.- M JSf I r v Lw J' $?- Ijf ' Are?, -Aes-rt? "I. t i -s ts:re. CfcSKS- - s Rl SKS eS feS3 ( H-H lUWaHN&f' mwlm r- r fi.i3. - Tt---.is --,; -wi -k-i L??'Z - r .c "-i A-r-ft, .j?-' -..- ' w--.-- -yr'2-?r js,ir?vii-r ISfjSJEf.. its advance. BY GRUGER & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGEK & MOORE, Subscription, per "12 "months or 52 numbers, t " -' ";,' " (J ."- 26 " "' ' '" . - !a is " . . -85 00. 3 00 2 20 50 " " '.'.- IsindeTaper,' fNo credit vril be giyen ior subscriptions, Adte&tisino, '1st' 'insertion, - - per square, -SI 00 50 "3si i r'2(1 ani1 subsequent insertion," " Political xards,, each, insertion, 4 00 ' H i"- -u " Announcement of Candidates peranuo't. 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent on the above rates will be made to sheriff's, on all.Iegal notices. S "Persons desirous of adrertislngjjy the qnarter can do so on the''fillowing"terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changlng.2squares feich weelcj per quarter, $40: 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 May 1841

-3?i&zr-:, SSaSK -5sV5SS25oSSE2Sas?sSSa5 i..T?-rES.iS2W?ii.:sSC SSfe-aS5-j: - v . - - - aw. j : I2st53s '- 'snnu ? mssfe. .t .?.- lr? .-3S3' .SSMiiMSi. SFAMTOm:' Esacsfess;!' B 2 iS4S5??KSi I J!- IJSSS z..!RCe3tT 1- --w .-T '":SS5S2sJ t,Hl .;ii3-5S IJSSSSfe 1 ..ii , n-f :'ESSlS3a!aff1b-pf ? 07.fel?naafc for, i&g&& QgStjil,-1 f -IHmf Mivdifa! -ejfilte Son tfhose l&'fflTtiwl'floaiVV .namend-wh6so.Hffi3s-iijB.5ff wcllknotfu tf.-eyery one or IBfiStoslfiJ&s jAVcMnljyirtvdieplon is- & .front ru -"----. -?anwllBMW3HJVi-vucciivui.i,!KLli--' -- - y.w.-ir.-:,. r-jir Mgft iiiiiiiisM&.iaBa ti "mwnyiTi itfiriffii 3W.&&gg M3SfflS5j fiirfli , iP-.-&.Xr -i:iv. Ir-.yCcC afc .u..,-ray.;.w BSSiSS"j?.tTPnornmVrtVS mffiaamR ISsSSST.ftki'.",- tjisiscpgSiSti !Bm?&?m&t andteQMareffwws- fM?SSS iosjsxiayksass. v,v vvj""j-,!?Trr-io.7i---j w teftlSsfl ri-l;:n at.tvt- "-s,ihnnhTipnftiirn- BfSaJa3ntorPreft5tBS5H fc. "- '. J.. r- - "--. ' . rlA -".-T I -J- II jT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 May 1841

ry&r'4:m HP rt Se --, fa- fl - w - cincts;of ihe.state, to arouse the people to a just senseof their duty. JThe generous spirit of patriotism, sincerity, and manly energy il.breathes throtrghout, - cannot fail to excite a thrilling- emotion, in the coldest bosom, even at the present day:, how deeply every patriotic chord vi brated to it in those" dark.honrs of peril and trial, the old citizens of the republican best answer. ".The Committee of Safett for the Municipality of Liberty, in the exercise of the functions delegated to them, felt it their, duty to address their fellow-citizens of mc municipality on me present interesting pusiuiu ui um political affairs. ' '.The. Committee are sensible that many worthy and patriotic citizens have been opposed, on principles which -they esteemed sound and 'correct, to a rupture with the .'authorities oOIexico: The Committee know how to appreciate such opposition, and the motives from which - it proceeds? but they would earnestly solicit su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 May 1841

- ??- rr -. ' -;v?-fMiBiB-.: -?S??iir "' v- "S?1 -. -. its 'l-?sr: -. -A-'- 3t7VVBBP-fWfcl.?a tl 'C ssu . .. -Li . J.-T-j. Bs'ifc"S-4Ser Ota -&B&J ""aT -l"' ffijagScSLSg rsgtwss IMWE?""!. uJ3SWiB I SSiiiKSS 'SIn RSiCX B (S-"!&'STOi'iWIie 168WP ilesSlsSBs! Ri JVe-Js?7"sS-ft r:?-a;"5.-zi35'i llSL WC, 5: l.1-' hf tssasssj "S V . V& W I- T- Vg&Ufii srBjaKJsr: fiBliniinMBSfinr"TiriTl1 at-such a mfCon!i-3i and 1 1-m-xvnhin:r rowing woro. with years, i l4kt, ? . : .r?-.i:- sill.Kai "-" fa'i.Tv-'lJ'vJ-S fefeij&essteKsse! ji-s? i. tsy i a vflJii SKSpo?-' 3&ggS3HS at DeaiiSrSlwuttwaiacmthsiaficfil-hadi nmnmrintwrniifir 'iii iTntrrrrr-imtrirnrrif -tnJ-,t I BeiaMWtHiwniiMy-wonia.'ioa-greaieiieni.vsra ejfSfi mlrffelnK SSJgreS'SSS TiFJ vqht. orosnentv anuS.nselnloess-in:a .Aijtyv2 tNOhw l iiiii twisKa.Mtt erer..wuica rEuuccuiucwtuftiyo, ietbtteidoiaylbasihesHearineWDUghl C ).tJtt ?3r! ictrtv Ulie fills and Je&cnixB uterst-i n-as-preyauea.a'-'s TS'.EDfiDflVlH UiVTtt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 June 1841

-?3 KOKEr-& 5 ' THRiitl8"$5 in advance. BY GRIIGrER & MOOR, r. -- - - - - ' - P.UBLISHEJD B3T CRUGER & MOORE. -'in ki m mr 12 mouths or 52 numpers, -, -jw " .-""- "" - . - e nA Subscriptiok. per, 12 moulds or oa nuuipeia, z. g ; ae - tt 3 13 " - - " " siriglepaper, - - - - 3rNo credit will be given for subscriptions. Advektisino. 1st insertion, - - per square, 220 50 $1 00 50 ii' ' -" oa arirf :nh:Minent insertion. e Political cards, each insertion, ? 4 00 . Announcement oi uanaioaies yci uuuu i, v A aisconnf of lOper cent, on the above rates will be made to ' Persons desirous of advertising by the, quarter can do so oa the3 f.fllowing' terms: """Per'4 squares, with the privilege o chanrfrigS squares eachrweelr, per quarter, S40; 5. squa ..v-r'-r i-.VnMV- V" fi snnarn phanin? 4 each veer. "rimiD'iiiif if wabu nwwm uvvi - " ..wi -,- aso," "!: " ".. ." . ' - sAll adverlberaents sentwithont tanUcn instroctions win un- less sooner ftrbidVbe inserted sir months, and charged a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 June 1841

S-toe .K.i6-W iSfJ VSi F ' " . 2MFro AeJHornwff Ster ,. .: V OURAEPRATMENTANBLIEF EAWS., . -J ThB.Dnhlica1ibnof.the"follomnarrativeis:intended" Vs ?to .exposjfnotohjy tHejusttcebuUhe unconstitutionality- lrojtibnieforeihe sherifFcan.seli:- fe"lS- ..-'ypHL'anttnAM in nrne- rnmmpneedi in 1838. and 19 DendiiiEr'in the District Court "of Harris county. The ---jnuis-aia-uusuuuiiaiiy m luuuuan itlfZJVm. M4nCHhMtlH na fftllnnra1 -s -In jth'e ; jear'L1637,'the partiesntered into their contract A5bond'fq"$be.payraent o$250; due ih-July, 1838, was lermereaana-acceptea. auubi timeline noiaer oia pro- missory, noleTor bond,; could force payment, b'y'the ordi-jiaryrprocessof-the lawithinTsix. months, at furthest; jrovidKlhelhstjtuted;iukin.the County court, ami, there- shouldjbenotappealjto the. District Court. All the debt-" orproperty was then liable to.-the.satisfaction of an exe cnuodFiBitkoiLt appraisement oflixemplion. The inent ancLapirrl'of the contract was governed by the laws ther Wjbr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 June 1841

5r. V j m -ir ;5T there are'warm friends andjBrnf supporters of Burnet. They csnilly appreciate bis worth and hisTirtnes. iTrav. Ixannot but admire your enthusiasm sir, and appreciate the honesty of purpose from which it springs. My- predilections have been in favor of Gen. Houston; but I assure you, candor now compels me to admit, that Burnet is indeed well worthy of the confidfBce and en- thusiastic esteem of his fellow citizens. He is all that Jefferson declared a pnblicofficer should be honest and capable ; and as he hat done more than any other man to elevate the nationdl.characler, and dispel the foul calum- nies lhathavejbeen cast upon us as a nation, his country owes him a lasting- debt of gratitude. Th'e Ibllowing extract may with propriety apply in tho'nsning-'Presidential election. A crisis is approach- ing when our citizens should ponder well upon these ,,-things. " EXTRACT From "An Appeal to the Patriot." .nrv V3K LrTeeard (o the public functionaries, who occupy s -comm...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 June 1841

change iny.cpBdaienU Lettm aMfiiat such as my confi;- dence In the efficaeyoTthisiinedicine. that I recommend jti to " grangers as .well as acquatatances and friends, and say, as often "as I speatof it,"thatlcphsidet,it,as abOTe.allpriceI know of many who' baveTreceived important benefits .from the'use of 6iyow-,'LireJ?illsand Phojriix-Bitters.'and am confident, were your medicines generally; known,' they would, tb'a'great extent, preTenthe nst of deleterioos medicinev ."Wlth. mv best wishes fur yonr'prosperily'and usefulness in "the community, I am, siryrespectfully.. yours", &e . iJSSt.. T.C.NORRiS1t21,-Sixth Avenue, , a . now.23G Bleecker street. -a. tNewYork, August 2d, 1836, of r. Jno. Moffat Dear Sir About two months since, I-had a severe attack of the ague andher, which reduced me'sq that I -was scarcelyablejo-attend to my.Dusine.ss. Hearing thibugh a friend ofyburTSfePillsahd PhcnixBilters, 1 wasprevailed upon by him to make, trial of both. Assured as my friend as thatl ...

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