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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 October 1841

ao e- vT- -- "",r- -aJ-3"- WH&fl&SSXitiSHlL -US-ED WK141 oura am -&. " Offffi IBB Is- V U-, 'J- hi T&ISJT1SS5 in advance. BY CRUGEfr & MOO RE- . PUBLlSHEDJiYCRUGERcV MOORE. Sussceiptiom, pec 12 months qr'5-2 numbers, - -S5 00 .1 .. .-6V . 26' " - - apj i ii 3 . - 13 -t". - - - 2u " "". .single paper,- - - ' ,'z - )3 -rAae-edi' will be given subscriptions. .- I Advertising, Isi insertion, per-square, A SI0O 2dand-.nbeu,aentinseition, ." -',; . 50 Political caM, each insertion, -,4 00 fjYunouDcemenCof Candidates perlnno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per centra the ibove rates will be made to jherifTs, on all legal uiolicel. . "" rrk .: ilisi-niisofadirertisinffbr the auarterrau do so on the f llowing terms: Per4 squares,-wilhV the pnvilegeiof changing acquires each weelr, perJquirter, 50i'& squares, changing 3 each week, 530; Giiuare, changing 4 each week, 60 ,. - . All advertisements -entTvithoat willen instructions will un- less sooner forbid, baiusertcdbii month...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 October 1841

. zl& ""jBy, reciprocal attentions, We areenabled to become ucucuccni wunoui expense, a smiie, an auauiu auuirea, .alflok. of approbationIJare often capablelof giving n great- er pleasure-tKanipecuniaryi benefits can bestow. The mee participatipjl ofthe sjudiesjandamusements of others, at the same'iimenhauT .gratifiesjjufselves.jis often an act oHreal humanity because,olhers -would not enjoy them withourcompanionsir AjfriendIyfvisitin'a,ToIitafy hour, is often a greater act of .kindness than a'valuable present.', n. - " From the MofnjngStar. A.Leakned Doctor. Wefindlin the New York Sun, the foliowing.extractplirporting'to be the copy of a letter adifressed' by,an;indignant Q.uck, to a Professor of one of the Medical'Uhiversities of that city detailing his grievances arising from a charge of Q,uaceiy, In operat- mgjuppn a polypusWe know some grave Doctorsjn 1K13 couhtry,.who could indite' atTepistlethat-would be noliess characterised for Iiterafyjproficfehcy-o"r lesVappIicable to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 October 1841

-J- j""-15?" a?- -wsass r tt- "w .. iv the 26th ult. The Bills 6f the Bank, It is presumed, will be good. It is a SafetyFund Bank The Bank, it is believed, has over traded, or -loaned too large an amount to persons connectetTtvitb. its management. , Murderers arrested. Three of the gang concern- ed in the murder of Miss Mary C. Rogers, have been arres ted in N. Y. One of them is named James Flanegan, a noted rowdy. MissHogere was well known in New York as the "beautiful cigar girL" It-is stated that the gang consisted of six or seven persons, whose atrocities in trnrinne fnrma nrp fomilmr in the nnliee annals: that two of them were known'to MarRogers, and meeting AerjnM tne street on me morning oi ine muruei, uruw uw a sail to Hoboken, saying that they had hired-a boat with oarsmen ; that she accompanied them ; was enticed( un- suspecting, to aTetired part of the shore,- and there, after the accomplishment of their neltisri purposes, brutally murdered. .. 1 Prince de Joinville As no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 October 1841

K- -r & REVIEW'OF THE NEW ORLEANS MARKET 'Corrected fryk the JRuUclm of Septcmlr25. ' c6TTdjfL"lTKKP00I.'ct'ASSIFICATION. i 'Misen-. ,. v. '"''' - J - -t Ordinary, - -- - .' - - 7J a 7J Old .Middling-, - - - - - -J-',-.i'"Sn Middling Fair,- -. - :-,. "- 9 a.9t Fflr," - - " - . - -' 31 a-91 -Fully Fair, - " if o 10 ,- New. GoodF'ur, - - -, - -Urall Good and Fine, ; - - , -, . 12 a;12h Alabama and Tennessee", trash '-J; - 7 Average List5,-"'---Jri" - -' -"-- 7 a Fair Crops, - - "1L ; .- - a. Sug-oi-tonisiana 4l.o7c forfinej Havanna, while, 9: a 10 brown (if-o7i els. .? .T " - J&JMola OnLevee,-newl9o51ct8per,galfjsalcspnplanation a cts vr 3p - - - - Jriear a 9 00:' mess, Ifll a 10; 31 0. 9a9; Prime Sf j? jacon HnmsfB'a 6 cts per lb; canvassed 7 a 8 ditto: Shout de s, 23 do;"Mfdlings: do; Sides a 4J. Lard Per tb. S'o 8 eta. i" - Beef Mess.l'rt $12, per bbl.r Prime S4 25 a $6 73 Co'ffte Havana Green 111am cts.; Riolli a Hi; Java, lla-ie Jilauif-Sfil n 7 tSrlihl. ' -i! .ZeaaV-Pig,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 November 1841

S?ft9isS1 s-o :-iW3SM "X -fe- s- pr - i-- l JfV 3?C S&IHQ a'-iWai 5Si2I6'-"-S5,ia;.advance. Published Weekly. d - - ! J 1. ' H&.ETmKl-Aft .SW-IIfc. tattMHsn it nwnn ,,',," '....i., in " Ta"xFcfr,7yVt3;- JS. 'r Kk If- BY XDEIieSRI&lOaRE. Vr-w i'tJBEIBHED BY CRUGUB & MOORE. , Brasnipnoir, per riV morilhsor3 numbers, --s 4i ;- " 6 : " " i . .-, 3 " - 13, '" - - j- ii - .." sinlenaner. - - - - S5 00 3 00 2 00 - 13 31 00 rMfe ereiit will be given far,subscriptions, r"i i.t incoritnn. --.per sq Advebtisinq, 1st insertion, - - -SV"" -7. - ' and subsequent insertion 50 . PnlitiKil.caiOS. eaca iiuuuiui, 4 00 v a ,r5n7.,miint of CancHdaiES-peranno't. jlO.OO ---i riij uuiu A discount of 10 per cenfentfceapove rates wuuieraaae to , m irlonlnntlcCS. '. ', Persons desirous of advertising bye quartcr'cau do so pa .hr- following termsrrerj squares, wui me privilege ui -Wins 3 square cftSfrVEkf perquarter, S40r6.si.na.na, cbanui 3 each weelrTS50rsqviarei, changing 4 eacb week, All ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 November 1841

r f-'--- "V V -- , vuew.- T." ViL, -. n -b -3"ri .l i-jS" w . snncrecdin? the riecesstfysof So,tnaay'teiriporary,1bnrcostly1expedtcnts lot the. gresvwbelhfir Ihe'iriatioiSwonldTitiyje pforcbenefited by the adoptiott,"b-sofhe5lan. lorjbe, p6secqtijinflarimpletjon or 'ibatJTOtkriHan U-wouldbeTbyahy oilier syMmwliicli conld be.devKedJonthejattafnmentofthese'mosl essential objects. $a addition to tbeanany olher.Teasdns'whrc'i will natnraUy.sug- gesrtb6mseHes"tothe considerallorfcpi She.Coingrebs'upon' iBii subject,-1 ilUtafely-inegtibnfthalrtvitlriu lEe'rcfent jearj the Secretary of State, nnder!the'provisonsof an .act of,Congrcss, approvedJanuaryth, l84V.fof,Rranting lands tVeriiigrants, has niadeT3contractwllH'"VVcSctprs''aiid gthcrsfdr'thein- Production plfenilfed!lar3Hles, to"te- located upon Jhe. Red River," neat the cammencerneift of tl is roadj which contract, thereisbullttledMbJnllbeJcarriedLontin goo3.aitb,on the part of tfipconlrattorijiandSlitisJhe policy of the govern- nient...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 November 1841

iE.--i "V -i A,5rl 55- - -?l b .--. '.TSCT acp9-.'.k ZZiZ "4 cl jsl,-. -. mmw i ,r - s? wScs'Ep-SSIfesaaSSgL -Tt,"r.- -" --- --c -r j- - j t. ssfrsgimm&g d.J !. f! , Interest on Rftr-lhrce-millionsof dollars at.6 rjercent. is inilhons onoTiundredjndishryihousand dollars e thousand dollars three per annum tvro Jjandred andsmVifiv per raonth-eight thousandeighfhundrcd and thirty-three iloHarsrper'day-thcee.hundred and sistyiight dollars per hourslx dollars.pcrminute. "'-- -C- " 'The Bee Businas.tr:m6ni"Ciaiaviqae Co., N. Y., has an extensive jstaWtsh'rncnt foQjipingj Tiooo rPiVpntr nonrc nrn Kn hnA nno Biwirm- fmmjvhir.h in twelve vears. he'had 396'swarms. TheJ3rie GEselte states that they hadjtHerfbecorne.sQ4pJverTurthnt jhey commenced depredations on tntKneignoortnginoes going out on predatory excursions totHb distance of two or three miles, much to the annoyance-Bf the'unfortunateheigh; bors. He then killed ff a; number'of swarms, and ob- tained over two tons of hpo?yYor.the Ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 November 1841

rss. r -. . lWST ."- M -.2. " . -f?..f -& iVir R.: T --.. -T -TnCT z -ii-lTi. itKJf !! . ... i,. -. i -Muiiip prauajCSuK imgi&Ct - ST' tV& '- MtddGngW ,. IjPi " T5 r hb$31J ' ? ifes?- 5 -a' . .- - .v ? t.:-7r ---ivl, vf .v5-- , teramitstVy:!':-l a"ffj5 ' " ,. hr'Crops.g ... -jCK&'.&r-Z - :.A- SujLtrasianB:6Hi;6K6''ftsSneVHnvaJina,r.white;.9vii0i viubJaM pa'L-evee ;;ncwr2os.2G cts per calf-fiita on plaAjaUon .R;MnJBmSirR-.fitnjsr IKf nvrfcciit .fil.-A74--dittO: JSllDUK - - -j. ... . ider81-2iq:JiSTdo;MidiiigS'-;doJ 'Sides' '& Hi&sZ ': in;iMi"!.-:9!-S712fVKMWrimfe,S'.M)-n.S9E0 - -V tJTtITavanfrtSreoW IF 12tTsa,Rro;i.iya.Ui; Java, Ho;lP rt-CCPM&f01ATI0N,vi;01i TRAVELLERS. Thesubscriber, LJtr-Mail Contractor &ojttrAu4liri"Ii"IIouston,-has. at considerable 6xpense;'lqstablish6danino''oI COACHESorjbo benefit iif the pub- :Iic tietv?eeij the two placet -Hia carjifge3arneatjirid''eubBtantial,- 2 .REPUBLIC OF.-TEXAS,? ; District-Court, OctoberiiTerm. .Refo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 December 1841

a - K'-A- ,.--. -FXZxi 3) sa ZSJUtf AT---85 iu advance. Published Weekly. or 7 at the end of the year. '! 4 It p-i !. W BY CJEtUGER &.MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. DERI'S. Sdbscsiptiok, per 12 months or 59 numbers, - -85 00 6 " 26 " - - 3 00 3 " 13 " - - - 2 00 ." " single paper, .---- 13 iVseredir-will be given ftirsubscriptions. Advkhtisino, 1st insertion, - - per square, " 3d and subsequent insertion, " ii Political cards, each insertion. Si 00 50 4 00 Annanncement'of Candidates peranuo't. 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the ibove, rates will be made to iheriflVonaillegalnotices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on ihe f llowing terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 3 square each weelc, per quarter, S40; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, S50; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, 360 - , All advertisements sent without written instructions will un less sooner forbid, be inserted six months, and charged aecor dlngly. No personal a...

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

E REPORT OF THE SEOPETARX OF "WAR. War anb Navv Department, ) -?S2n2 -Gity:Df 'Austin, SepC30ri84I. To His:ExcelUncyJheresidentlofS'eas:: , S i afn discharge of official duly, I herewith submit to youVEweltency.-.a Reportr touching the ndrninistra- tionjof the) various-departments over' which have had thehonorta:preside,--togethepwith,a?sffparare'1,report' of ' .the several Heads of Bureausconiiecled 'with 'said De- partments, marked from, A to WU ti ;n Complicated as havQ been the "duties devolved by the Jasti Qongress, on the jfc-.rDeriaitment," they have been conducted aad.-p?rfQrmed,tn&t;ithrough the aid of dili- gent, faithful, and. intellijttjfiLef of Bureaus, in a man-, 'nor satisfactory to the nrfSBTid I cannot forbear, on Jtnis occasion, the.expression'pfrhy grateful acknowledge- .mentSjto those with.whom.l have been associated, in the .performance. of these multiplied, and complicated duties. A.lthoqgh.atithe first-view of the subject, it might ap-' pear to superficial...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 December 1841

If lv - - r-v Li Take one other sample. The President discoursing of the very amicable dispositions towards us, evinced by the Rancheros of tho Rid Grande, (the murderers of the brave Rio I and his comrades of Refogio, and the kidnapping of the n-allant Col. DimitO and deprecating any attempt on the part of Texas, to.disturb the quietude of their peaceful homes, says: "I am aware thai an opinion prevails among many of our fellow-citizens, that an army once organised and put in motion, ansupport itself off the enemy." He then, Jn deep horror of the miseries of war, by land, (he has previously talkedvery'complacently of laying many of the sea "port towns of Mexico and various-parts of the coast whether inhabited "or not) under contribution, by water.) ejaculates the following eloquent enquiry : "But how is this to be done? Shall it be permitted by sacrilege and robbery." Now according to all grammat- ical construction, sacrilege and robbery are here person- ified and made the supposit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 December 1841

Il3. it riti-sHt5Sfe-lT-0onimun Mreei.-N e O ileus. ii;A iTfle'SU&cribeflhaslb'e Honor, to' acquaint the, gar: J. 32. T?2 .IsnATs "n,t n1antc nCthie neifrhhorhood. as well as l; tWhonorable ,public"generally, that,he has opened alSTDRKjn 'Common .street. Jbr the sale of all "Tcipd-v. n-,GARpE.apd.FARMIKQ,SEEDS He is now ret'eivlnA and 'will continue to receive Jfrom time to lime, them- .aities-purchasivg may assure , hen-selves at all limes, of wh 'he'advances with regard-to those'twd points, by apply- xngn is garaen, wnerc uic wcusuc iuuic ouuim au.y ar- vdby himself berdre offering them to the public All kinds of seeds suitable for all seasons; . I A f ne collectiiui oLfltm'er'seeds- ,, t VGn en house plants, trait and 'ornamental trees, constantly on land and'for sale by 'iifc-W- - - t fS 1 r Wlt&IAarDINN, Florist and .Seed.tnian, mayiSr.,S98lf y lfo. 17, Commoni street. PRINQES NURSERIES AND GARDENS. ' -4ferT,H? new Caialogues are now ready for, distribution jg& TH ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 December 1841

!. U. irai OJj WKS' IBBWI TU11S$5in advance. Published Weekly. or $7 at the. end of the year. BY CHUGER' & MOOKE- HOUSTO 3M, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1841, VOJLi YI.--NO.' 51-WHOLE'JNOi 314- ' "J-C 11)"-" 1- aarcfijuHB is vIb. ..' -.. -C m P C5 V :t - "7 PUBLISHED BT CRUGER & MOORE. - ' -7 TERMS.' Scbscriptioh, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - -$5 00 " G V 26 " - - 3 00 ii ii z " ' 13 " - - - 2 00 " " sinzle paper, ------ 13 rrNn ereAit-wiWbe ffiven fur subscriptions. Advehtisino, 1st insertion, - - per square, Si 00 2d and subsequent inseition, " - - 50 " Political cards, each insertion, 4 00 i Announcement of Candidates per annoVIO 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to jherifTs, on all legal notices p0r.-..,,c desirous ofadverlisincbv the quarter can do so on he f Slewing terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of -han"in" 2 squares each weeK, per quarter, w; o square-,, changing 3 each week, S50 J C -squares, changing 4 each week, S60 All advertise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 December 1841

to August, 1836, and serveda touV ofjirTifitaty duty, and those who emigrated. as civilian'pfevtous tb-ist October, 1837;. andjthe third dalsthejvhoemjgrajedsubsequpnt, to the last datet'"and'Jprevious"to 1st of January, 1840; "which second and Untid classes nTe'especially provided for by .the act above-mentioned with the exception of tho volunleec soldiers, who aretmeasurablylprovidedor by the riecessity'of theproo'f of haying .resided inthe coun- try threeyeare-beingBispensedvith, but does not point ouiany way for this class uf claimants, who have not re- ceived their certificates, whereby they could1 obtain them; for if it should becontended that "they arc still of the second class, and the proof of the conditions removed, there may beno limit to the. fraud that could be practised by a few unprincipled jpen, who could without difficulty pro- cure a certificate'-in each and every county in the Repub- lic, and have a survey made and immediately apply for and receive ji patent under...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 December 1841

m ft ' f , , r blooded premeditating murderer. The ringer of scorn is pointed at -him, he.camgain no admittance in good society. This feeling is fast gaining ground in the South and this country. The duelist, or he who advocates it, has his mark-put upon him. That kindly and nappy influence excited by the female part of community, can and will froien it downV Where gambiing,aniintemperence exists to an y extent, morality and good order cannot; the two are incompata- ble. Look at our neighbors, that poor miserable and dis- tracted country Mexico a nation of bigots and gamblers. It is a notorious fact, that from the very highest order of society to the lowest dregs, without distinction of age or sex, they are gamblers. Under this state of things what else can be expected, but civil commotions, assassinations, rob- beries, bribery and corruption. A continued scene of revolutions are the inevitable consequences. To ensure stability, a total change must take place in their moral con- dit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 December 1841

riOTJSTOft-CHAtfBEROF rJOMtVlERGE. TARIFiFT pF CHARGES. ESlAUi,! a iu. "jVTO. l.iiuS6mem80fMcrchandiieo JS1000 and under, Url"tfiBq6mmis6iwi6hallbe70pcrcpnt. OyerSl000(primecost,) '.11 percent., including storogeand guarantee. A-For.coUecting freights and.procurmgthe.Eamc, 5 percent. 3. Collecting and.payingjunds received in hand, 5 per cent. 'A. Storagc'25cenWiperbarrd,per,m6nth. 6. Also.25 cents per barrel for rcceivmgandforwarding. "6. Noatorage to oe charged on merchandizedeposited for sale 7.Consignmenta of Jlerehandize 'withdrawn, to pay full com,- itnissions on advances and responsibilities! and half commissions .and storage on the,'ihvoice"velue of the goods withdrawn. 8. ComniissJonson all, advances, 5 per cent. 9. Agents of Steam Boats, each trip, 85. The above rates to be 'exclusive of ill other charges incurred. vOetober.3, 1840. - ' - tf HOUSTON CHAMBER, OF COMA1ERCE. Wut J : Officeis'.for tht-ensuing year. ? vE.Sf Perkins, President. , - ' 'Francis Gassiot, 1st Vice Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 December 1841

(m - 1WBESfSWSS. " W -- 'U. TJSI?Fi---S5';in advance. BYOKUG-ER, & MOORE- IPU03 L1SH-E D BY CRU GE1T& MOtTRE - TERMS. - ' SoBscaiiTiON, per 12 months or 52 numbers, -ii 6 " 26 " - - a ii 3 "" 13 '--- i " sinsleuarrer, -----.- S5 00 3 00 2 -00 A 13 SI 00 o g-No credit -wilibe given Cut subscriptions. Ji.DVEdnsi.so, 1st- insertion, - - per square, " .. 2d and subiequent insertion, V a Pnlitieal cards.' each insertion, 4 00 i . Aunonhcementof Candidates peranno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on thenbove ratewiU be made to J ..jherifTs, on all'legal notices. ' " ' i irersonS'aesiriMis-ui auvciuwug mj iuTnuain.1 tan o he Mlowing .terms; Per 4 squares, will the privilege of changing squares eacn wren, pei qunrci., u, a uaira, -changing 3 each.Tveek,!S50 ; 6 squares.-changing 4 each. week, S60 . " , -i., ,. .1 . i .' AH adverlUements sent without tonuen instructions will un- less "sooner rbid, be inserted six nfbntlis, and charged, awsr HUniy. No personaradVerrisements will be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 December 1841

fire we saw the engine put in raoiiraanSthoughtit a rough model and upon.a small scale, it afforded sufficient power to dnre atcommonJanning mill,jox,wbeat cleaner,, with consTderablerapidity -It will requite less.fueliban is necessary in workioga steam engine, no water ndr boil- ers. We understand that the Inventor has received liber al proposals already; from, men 'of. capital who'have conff dence in its complete success. ANNUAL REPORT-OF THE SECRETARY OF THE 'TREASURY." Treasury Department, ) , AustinJ October 1st, 1841. ) To his Excellency Mirabeau Lamar, , President bftheRcpublic: Sir: L have Ike honor tosubmifthe following annual icport ofthefcondlllpn oHrleTTeasury Department of the Government alsotheaccbrnpanying Documents, con- taining the Reports of the Comptroller and Treasurer. By law, the Auditot'and Commissibner-of Revenue are not required'to maiie their 'annual rcpoits until the 1st of December at whibh time their 'reports will form tKe sub- ject of a'separote communi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 December 1841

J ' X It I, " T 'they had butjone rnuskefontboard,'- while the slaves had pistols, knives and filudgeons, made by.cuuing up hank- spikes. They were under no mors restraint hin is usual with steerage passengers, and' it is more than' pTobable rthat the whole.thing was 'arranged before they left. Rich- mond 2x1$ 'Norfolk. Having obtained possession, they broke open the trunks and ransacked , tiiewnoie vessel. They spared the Jives of the passengers and mate, and olhers.on .condition ' that the vessel should be taken to Abacos or some other English' island. Under these cir- cumstances they arrived hereon the morning of the 9th. The American Consul 'immediately1 had the Captain and 12 of the men taken on shore, and their wounds dies- sed, and also those on board, to prevent the slaves from going on shore, he well knowing, if this was not done, it would bo impossible to secure those guilty of the mur- der. This was compjipd -with and an investigation or- dered to bo taken by two magistra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 December 1841

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