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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 December 1841

- -Zhr it- WJIIMMIU TJERJtIS$5 in advance. BY CRUGER & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. 'U TERMS. Subsckiptio.x. per 12 months or 52 numbers, iic A ic g ii o(j " . i it 3 ii 13 u ,A ii single paper," - - - - jGrA'o credit will be given forsubscriptious. Advertising, 1st insertion,-- - per square, " ' 2d and subsequent insertion, " "- " Political cards, each insertion. - S3 00 3 00 2 00 13 S l 00 50 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rales will be made to sheriff?, on all legal notics. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, S40 ; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, $50; G squares, changing 4 each week, SCO. . . AH advertisements sent without written lnsiructions will un less soo.ier forbid, be inserted six montns, and cnargea accora ingly. .No personal advertisements will be inserted. No credit inH tc-...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 December 1841

her scissors, and is simply an-ehumeration of the months, weeks, dajshours, uncu:ven..ipinutes, that she.had.been confined there. This Tower was .likewise the place of confinetrtenPoT the accomplished Lady -June Grey, and many other illustrious personages. There has-been much discussion in regard to the an- tiquity 6T-Trif Tower," and.I findidifferent periods men- tioned when it" was supposed to have been erected; but it is now pretty generally believed to havo been begun by King William'the First, in the "early part of his reign, which' commenced m 1066) on the remuins of what had been n Roman 'fort , The walls enclose aspace of upwards of twelve acres, and, several buildings which have been erected atdiflei- ent periods, the principal of which are the While Touer, OTCUadeU .This is the most ancient. It is a large, square, '.irregular building, consisting of three lofty storks, surmounted by.four Jturrets, one at each angle. The roof . is composed of flatjead, from whence there is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 December 1841

fA, & eral Land Office to issue patents in certain cases; read 1st - time." "A majority of the Committee on the State of the Repub- lic, John-D. Morris Chairman, reported, recommending the indefinite postponement of the census bill. Messrs. I. Parker, G. A. Patillo, T..R Smith, and R. A. Pennall, of said committee, presented-a counter report, recommend- ing its passage." So it seems that this important measu re, which is to give to the most populous counties a due share of influence in the Legislature, is to be again denied us. A bill to amend the Bankrupt Law has passed the House of Representatives. And the bill to amend the statute of distributions, has passed its second reading. A joint resolution for tbe'relief of persons who have failed to give in a list of their taxable property, has pas- sed its second reading. A bill to prevent the collection of taxes on unpatented lands, is in progress through the House. A bill to amend the act granting land to emigrants and extend a fu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 22 December 1841

TEXAS LITERARY DEPOT. riV)-obviatetUerfficuIty'offieiTingiIiblicatiosfromlhe United JL State,-the.8dbscriberhas speuea an office at the above men- tioned place, Tor iho sile of thelarge" weekly and otlferpapers print- ed jnihe United States, together with Periodicals,-including Bntish Repnnts, Hunt's MercnaiiPs Msgazine, which will be found partic- ularly Useful to persons engaged in mercantile business, i Also, pic- tonaLiliustrationof the Bible, .bound in a neaUbnn, each volume containing 200 plates, with illustrations : a very useful and interesting worlc, and should be in the possession oFeTcry;famHy. Subscriptions will be received for any of the above publications, and the same forwarded promptly to" any part of the Republic Subscriptions to be paid tn advance in all cases. To the citizens ol . Houston particularly, it offers greatinducements, as publications cn beforwurded with great facility. Letters, from itie country on busi- ness, must be post paid,' and the public may rel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 December 1841

T3 , - wwhm&&Mm a, she qwasma taacaaQ msm T TMJtIS$5 in advance. Published Weekly. or $7 at the end of the year. S P. s BY CRypEE, & MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRITGER & MOORE. TBRIS. Subscription, per 12 months or 52 numbers, ,G " 2G " - 3 " 13 " So 00 3 00 2 00 13 " " single paper, - - - 3j-2Vo credit will be given for subscriptions. Advertising. 1st insertion. - - per square, S I 00 " 2d and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 " Political cards, each" insertion, - - 4 00 " Announcement ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rates will be made to 'Sheriffs, on all legal notic-s. Persons desirous of advertising bv the quarter can do so on the following term's: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2. squares each week, per quarter, S-MJ; S squares, changing 3 each week, $50; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, S60. . All advertisements sent without mrilltn instructions will un- less sooaer forbid, be inserted six months, and charged accord ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 December 1841

miserable wretches at your hospital, and tho Hotel Dicu." "My, lord," replied M Bourdon, with great digntiy, "every one of those miserable wretches, as your eminence is pleased to call them, is a Prime Minister'in my eyes" MESSAGE' . Or.tthc President of the EejMibsic of 'JTxas, to both Mouses of Congress. . Executive Department, Austin, v December;2bth, 184.1. GenllerAcn of,lhe Senate, iahd of Ike House of Representatives : It affords me pleasure to salute jou as the representa- 'tives of iHefnation. EJevated,a second time, by the suff- rages of an" enlightened and free.;, people, loathe Chief UlagiSracy'bfour cbfintryi I proceed to the discharge of thcembaVrossing'anil weighty responsibilities j)f my,office with the utmost solicitude. It seems that wjj have arrjved gress -with tne usual itiieuauons ot present ana pr spectivc happiness. Tlic time has arrived when facts must be submitted 'm-tlieir simplest drcss. -Una wed by seetiunal',drpariy influences, I shall occupy the.position...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 December 1841

-a ". w er-- I1 - t- V v ment, as heretofore, only the law relative to direct taxation will be so modified as to relieve the citizen from the pres- ent oppressive costs and double tax, in case he is unable to pay at the appointed time. President Houston recom- mended a policy similar to this. The retrenchment bill has so reduced the expenses of. government, that it is thoughuhe revenue from tho customs will besufficient to defray all the expenses of tho civil departments. The nominations for the new cabinet are not yet divulged; it is'fnmored that"Br. Anson Jones vilibe Secretary of State, Col. Hockley Secretary of War, and K. L. Anderson present Speaker of the House of Representatives, Secreta- ry of the Treasury, end Judge Terrel Attorney General. This, however, is mere surmise withregard to the latter two gentlemen. 15th. The vote was taken this morning upon the reso" Unions to recall -the navy, and the vote stood 20 to 18 against the measure so tbenavy.will not be recalled by jC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 29 December 1841

ippTAo iitpuaov ncpfiT Next Door tothe Market Exchange Galvcslon. tolJUblrataitlfflOTiir-rivlngpuWicaironBfroui the United J Stat, tpopubscribjr hastopeiiW'an office ill the above men- tionea place, Jor the sile.of the large weekly and o.hcr papers prinl- cd in the United States, "together with Periodicals, including British Reprints, JIiiniVMerchaniJs Migazinc, which will be found partic-uUrrlr-aseftirTO-persons engaged in-mercantile business. Also, pic- torial iliuslrjlions otthe Bible,' bound in a neat form, each volume containing 203 plates, with illustrations : a very, useful and in teresting f of STad snould bo in thi possession of every family. . Subscriptions' will be received for any of the above publications, and tha same forwarded promptly to anypirt of the Republic- Subscriptions to'be paid in advancein all cases. To ibo citizens ol Houston particularly, it, offers greatinducements.'as publications can hnforwarded with great facility. Letters from iho country on busi- ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 January 1842

" &tr - Urji. HMiac- J. ji 7s- ll.mii iu T TTT i! .- '. i K fV TJE&JfflSSS tijL advance, Published Weekly. or $7 at the end off the year. na& saaiH i o BgR0S2B, & MOOEE. v -' ' ' i mi i i mill,.! rrffl IPUBLISHTED BY-CRUDER & MOORE. T e" bs wl's ; Sdbscriptiov, per 12 months, or 52 numbers, - $5 00 u 6 " 2G " - - - 3 00 - 3 '13 ' " - - 2,00 " single paper, ,,----- 13 Ij-iVo credit will be. given tor subscriptions. Advertising, Isr insertion, - - per square, $ I 00 2d and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 " Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 " Announcement, of Candidates per annot, 1 0 00 A discount of lu.per cent, on. the above rales will be made to sbenni, on all legal notic s. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the following terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, 340 ; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, $50 ; 6 squares, changing 4 each week, ;$G0. All advertisements sent without icnllsn ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 January 1842

T -wfWWBWWff tice, at that time general, indulging in the joys of ihe bottle, led to frolics by which, if youth could afford an excuse, dignity was severely woundtd. Gaming formed a resource of this joyous band ; and the prince was soon made to understand the uncertainties of the dice box, and the still more fatal ceitainties of the turf It has already been seen that his royal highness brstoivcd his favor on the opposition party, rrom'lhem were his companions selected ; and when it is remembered how much family dignity, as"well us personal talent, was in- cluded in that class, it cannot be matter of astonishment, that a man of his age, taste, and temperament should loe to associate with the lofty peers, and able commanders, naval and military, who br this tie were attached to a body in which were to be found Lord North, Fox, Burke, Sheridan, Windham, Erchine, Fitzpatrick, andso many others whose names, separately taken, would each be deemed, for talent, knowledge, and wit, a suffici...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 January 1842

From the Galveston Daily Advertiser. - SANTA. FE No. 4. GEOGRAPHICAL HISTORY, i-C. CONTINUED. The principal settlements of New Mexico consist of numerous villages scattered from Taos to El Socorro, 150 mileLsouth of the Capital, in the valley on both sides of the Hio del Norte; though perhaps three fourths of the entire population is to the east of this River, and more than one half is continued to its immediate valleys or bot- toms. The -settlements up the river from Santa Fe, are collectively called El Rio Arrila, and those down its valleys, El Rio-Abajo. El Rio-Arriba, includes the val- lages, below Taos, of La Joya, San Juan, La Canada dc Saiita Cruz, Chama, Ildefonso, Nambe, Pojuaque, &c All of these, except Chama, are east of the river, though there are several other small settlements on the west side. This section is celebrated as having been the cradle of the revolution of 1837 ; and La Canada as the rendezvous of the insmgents. This is the largest village between Taos a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 January 1842

G W Kellogg, J Ralston, Walton, H Sherman, J O Hightener TUST received, 20 bbls. superfine Flour, 20 bbls WPSntlon, C WiHes, JMPugn, J V asiackbnrn, J UMal- f Poik, SJObbls. brown-sugar, drone PASSENGERS, , Mrs Jenksand child. S W Kellogg & Lady, MrTaylot &Lady Miss Hillman. Mrs Bush & Servant, Mr. Blackburn & Lady, Mr Maldron & Lady, Mrs Nettles, J Donelan & Lady, Ball & i i-iuuy, iiir niguiuwei vx- xjauy, .uxisouaauu uc. cuaui, ucv. 1111 Allen Dr Meore, R Cordell, John Hodges, J O'Connor, N W Faisoa, J C Mc Waters, C Bracher, C Clendening, J Walton, L CJolgnham, Gen. Morehouse, B Habet, S C Smith, J Doug- las, H Titbut, G W Adams, -and John Page. NEW ORLEANS RATES OF MONEY. Corrected from, ike Btdletin of December 23. Exchange on England, - Exchange on Pans, - - , Exchange on Hew York, at short, -"Do. "do; -60 days Do. on Philadelphia, at short, Do. do " 60 days Do. on Havana s- TJnited States Treasury Notes, - -United States "Bank Notes, -Planters' Ban...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 5 January 1842

W5- IViar- -5v fONCHAAtBER- OF COMMERCE. T "TARI OP tCBATSGES ESTABLISHED. NO. 1. On-allconsignraentspfMerchandizeofSlOOO andunder, the comfnissioiishall bel'0 pet cent. Over $1000 (prime cost,) 7 percent., mcludmgstoragetmd guarantee. 2, For collecting.treights and procuring the same, 5 per cent. 3. Collecting nnd paying iunds received in hand, 5per'cent. 4cSioragc,25xent3 per barrel, per inonih. 5. Also 123 cents per barrel for n.ceiving and forwarding. 6. No storags to be charged "on merchandize deposited fo'r-sale-7. Consignments of Merchandize withdrawn, to pay full x:om- inissions on! .advances and responsibilities and half commissions and storage on the invoice value of the goods withdrawn. -& Commissions on all advances, 5 per cenU 9 Aeents ofSieam Boats, each tnp, S5. The above rates to be exclusive of all other charges incurred. October 3, 1340. tf LESH GARDEN, FARM AND FLOWER SEEDS. " " Warranted Ihe growth ?"1841. 4!5n rnHE Subscriber begs leave to' inform the citize...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 January 1842

&3BW ii VQIIEi TMSRJFXSm 5 in adYange. BY CRCJGEB&: MOORE. PUBLISHED BY CRUGER & MOORE. TERMS. SuBscRirno.v, per 12 months or 52 numbers, - So 00 6 " 26 - - - 3 00 t 3 " 13 " - - 2 00 " single paper, ----- 13 ?No credit will be given for subscriptions. Advertisinc, 1st insertion, - - per square, $ I 00 " 2d and subsequent insertion, " - - 50 " Political cards, each insertion, - - 4 00 " " Announcement ol Candidates per anno't, 10 00 A discount of 10 per cent, on the above rales will be made to sheriff?, on all legal notices. Persons desirous of advertising by the quarter can do so on the fohow4ng terms: Per 4 squares, with the privilege of changing 2 squares each week, per quarter, S40 ; 5 squares, changing 3 each week, S50-; G square, changing 4 each week, S60. T . . All advertisements seut without icrillsn instructions wiU un- less sooner forbid, be inserted six months, and charged accord ingiy- No personal advertisements-will be inserted. No credit will be given lo an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 January 1842

Btitution nay, I am now higher, for I am one of repre- sentatives; T therefore claim for myself and fellow jurors, liberty of speech." "The Judge-here-resumed his complacency and the orator continued his address: " We have nothing to do, my lord, with your private character in this place; it is veiled by your'official one; we know you here only in that of judge, and as such, we would respect you you "know nothing of us, but as a jury; and in that situation, we look to you for reciprocal respect, because we know of no man, however, high his titles or his rank, in whom the law, or ihe constitution would warrant an unpiovokcd insult towards that tribunal, in which they have vested the dearest privileges thev possess. We sit here, my lord, sworn to give verdict 'according to our consciencies, and thjs-best of our judgement, on.the evidence before us We have, in our minds, discharged our duty as honest men. If we have erred, we are accountable, not to your lordship, nor to the king who a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 January 1842

meeting proceed to elect its officersTwbich motion was carried. The Board then adjourned to meet on Wednesday next at 10 o'clock A. M." HENRY HYLAND, Sec'y pro lem. NEW ORLEANS RATES OF MONEY. Corrected from the Bulletin, of December 23. Exchange oa England, - - Exchange on Pans, - Exchange on New York, at short, - ,r - -Do. do. -, 60 days , -. .- Do. on Philadelphia, at'short, - - ' -Do. do 60 Java " Do. on Havana. - - . - -TTnited Stales Treasury -Notes, - . -"United States Banknotes, .- Planters' Bank, Natchez, - - - - ' Bank of Port -Gibson - - Bank Grand Gulf, - - - - - " Commercial Bank Manchester, - Alabama Specie paying Banks -Tennessee Ban&a, - . ." ",,,-" Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, nnd Missouri, Arkansas State Bank, -Clinton and Port Hanson, - Georgia Banss, - - - - - "?.. aZ Carolina.. V.-&. P" a 5 - O u ii premium. 12$ a 12f Sf 5 a 5f 7J - 6 c 6f 4i a. 5 - a 2i pre 1 a 2 dis J a. 1 do 5 a 6 pre 30 a 35 dis 25 a. 30 14 a 16 45 a 50 5 0 a 0 par 5 a 6 dis 4 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 12 January 1842

-FRESH GARDEN. "FARM AND FLOWER -r 3 .SEEDS- . . . Warfahlcd Ihe growth of 1841. THE Subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens of Texas that he alwaysLkefepslqji.hand a largfe -assortment of genumettfiShSTar(ienJ arm ana i St i t lower peeas, direct ii iuu mo uuot a ojicwauii. hv experienced growers in the North and in Europe, which he -will guarantee, as none will ,be sold in 'hk establishment but those thatwill vegerate. "'' ' ' 'J . r.. Alio ingrafted FruitTrees and Grape Vines of the most ap- ,pTored!kinds; shrubbery and ornamental Trees, green house plants flowers. &c, &c. Garden tools of all kinds, Corn Shel;- T r. n. ..,. -Dii.oixr TTnrrnTi'; P.nliivntorsand'Sowins' Y. 3.'4Ritsn)tfe&lers sunn naners, at JNewxorK prices per uuzeu. , iSU. W r WM.fcINN.il Common Street, .' iiew Orleans, Sept., 1811. ' Corner Tchoupitoulas. " ' sept 15 dtf-wtf-305-3 - StOFFEE AJMD FLOUR. 20 bags green Havana coflee J -24 bbls. superfine family flour,-fra.u, foYsale by '), may 18 I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 January 1842

.rid raasniQ aaBag 'gaiBa r- tB&JPSI & I H ' fi j ! ' ' '"" Tmf -' - , JrJEJRJJBt: is adyapce. Published Weekly. or $7 al the end of tlie year. BY C.SOGER & MOOEE. HOUST ON, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1842. VOL, YII -NO. 5--WHOLE NO. 320. i 1 1 mm i n---i PUBLISHED, BY X3RUGER & MOORE. Sro&rrioir, per ,12 months' or; 52 numbers, - $5 00 - -a uu 13 ic 3 , " "13 at' single paper, - - ' 3-tf credit will be given for subscriptions. SiwaTWNOislsi' insertion, - r per square,- 8 1 UU Sd-nd.subseqaeni insertion, - - w ' " Political caras, each insertion, - - 4 w r Announcement of Candidates per anno't, 10 00 Adiscount tf 10 per cent, on the above rates will be mad to the ffiwin-terms: Per 4 squares, with Ae privilege of c SanS 2 sJres each week, per quarter, $40 ; 5 square., . -dSugEf 3acTr vreek,:$50; Gsquares, changing 4 each week, ,,S6Ail auvertisemenuTsent without written instructions will uti- les, sooaerTorbid, be inserted six months, and charged accord JSo personal ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 January 1842

,"fe- -3ar c. theproper time arrives, the city of Houston will zealously co-opcrutP, and go, kearyind hand, with those, hail from r what source they may,-who are disposed to go the far- jthest touccor orjivenge the, suffering captives. - .. .- EDUCATIONAL NOTICES " The Boy grows Thoughtful. i(We were witnessing the sun-set at sea. "Are you glad, said Henry, that God has made it all so beautiful." I ""finconscioHsof his presence; I was speaking to no one ; besides I had never in my life mentioned the name of God to him, that idea being, in my Opinion, one of the many which we most disadvantageous obtrude upon the weak -imaginations of children. Why not wait at least until -'we ard questioned as to the creation of things? i. '-The-impreesions of children are almost always painful " coheerning the Deity. They can understand his power so much better than his goodnrss. As a chHd I can well remember having a vision ofan eye, blue and glossv, and ever pursuing me. and that was my idea of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 19 January 1842

.SB - 7" Agefotf for .the Telegraph. Harrison Owens, EranUIin,"Rbbertsoa Co. 'G&Etr. Thomas J. Rabb Fayette Co. A. At. Lewis, Columbus, Colorado Co. X)b. A. Payne; Oak Grove and Cedar Creek, Wash- rngtohCo. -'-A. S:Mo Donald, Victoria. S. J. Powell, Matagorda. Geo. A Patidlo, Patillo's and Mount Holland Post Office, Jefierios Co. R. C. Doom, Jasper and Zavala, Jasper County. Judge W. Hart, Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches County. Col J. H. Berkt, San Augustine, San Augustine Co. Edward "Smith, Elvsium Field's, Panola County. Judge J. M. Hansford, Wood's V. O. Panola Co. John H: Walker, Port Caddo, Panola Co. Jacob McFarlin, Epperson's Ferry, Bowie Co. R: H. Graham, Claries ille, Red River Co. Col. J H. Johnson, Joncsborough, Red River, Co. Judge A. J. Fowler, Paris, Lamar Co. J. B. Geddjngp, Washington. THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS, Di.trict Oouit, County of Robertson. $ October Term, 1841. Sarah Jones, 1 TT appearing to ihe satisfaction of the VA I JL RECEIVED by late arrrivals of schooner Co...

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