Telegraph and Texas Register (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 1, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 1, 1838 Page: 4 of 4
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- TpAR-JWClCB-JjHxaxoos, will practlecin the
15tf iheSecbnd Judicial District, comprisingthecoun-
AaeftoWteiiorii F.rtBenrl, Harrisburg, Aurtinlorado, and
!L4ataCTr,"an3thcSupreme.Cdartf the Republic. 5atf
T"tiWiBo"twt.& C. Bi Shipakd, Attorney's and Counsel-
AliSlwitLw. Ban Feline de Anson, ror ureir uiuu...
l t ii I'm it- kmrA ABAndJt til M I tttl WfK 1
tesietaaegeT hare associated themselves in me collecting business
,--. .. .un hir will nrae-
2... --ii-k. t. r anrlD .Jt-lobv
m myamcij i w mj qwwiu.
iv nii rn '.k-i .uitnir. KjrNicoTT,.tfMorney anrrCSoun-
FwfcWT has established himtelf Houston arid will
'T..i... .i.hVinrhii nrofessionin the District. Courts
-" or Hahisbure, Liberty, Galveston, Brazoria andVFort Bend.
Hr.'Ksfcfti'baa several jrar. praUce,iaNv Orleans-and is
'aecmainfedtviththeSpanithLanguane.- arig lr 12m -30
'.-", i LAW NOTICE. J
1TJ0ETIS& TARPLEYKorney end Comtettort at late, of-
TT fice upstairs, at Hedenberg'& Vedder's auction store, in
this citvayivhich place one or both may always be found, ui-
g profes-sUnauyi absent. julj28 4jMf
nTTT - T.'AW NOTICE.
IOETTVM.-'S.FISHERjEdwakd M. Gi.Ejt;t,nmlC. "W. Pe-
TEBMNj-WUl prucue jxjw m uo ...... --
- the western jurisdiction, h. Vi. t Ttr
ftrCol. Fisher may bo found at Gonzokx, Mr. Glenn at 2fcr-
A CARD.-The steamer San Jacmto, A. J . Da
ta 7nfi.to hftvtn9 tin(iPFrnni a th'..rouch repair
nllnmmsnihii. .nMilaftn'ntwpn Hfillfmn aHd GalvejtOO
on Monday next will leave Houston for Galveston on Monday s
Wednesdays and Fridays: returning, will leaie Galveston for
HoWton on Tuesdays, Ihursdays, and Saturdays: through in
sifhours. T he subscribers hare spared uo pains or expense in
rendering their boat one or the most comfortable and pleasant
boatsia the trade and flitter themselves that she cannot be
surpassed by any boat in Texas for a.Qomiaodj1tionamUpee'.
. auS17 155-tf ' A lV B'. DUBBWfe.
i or Freight or passuge apply on board or to
GEORGE FISHER. &. Co, Houston,
, MnKINNEY &. WILLIAMS, Galveston.
N. B. Cnp'ain Davis will attend to entering goods in the.
custom Dense, ananny oiucr unmuou uit;riaiuiug u ram-
ifBTWILLIAM M. CARPER, begs ipectfulljr to inUmate
IJWpnrposes practising his prplessionin tbi ' fek
cffiS Uabove thertore belonging to Wilham M. Cook, Esqgi.
HonstonHnly23, 1848 14J-6t , ' :
Dr. R. H. i-XECH. ' -
tOmcx ovirU. Samjeksox's sToaiMain Street,
VNoKNELiUS Van -Ness &. Wu.Xlriit.Tt vt,MEurta.v,lAv
C J'to'rneys and Connsellorsnt Law, will attend the District
rw'fi in thecounties of Goliad, San Patricio, Refugio and
VictoriabeyVill also attend-tb the location of lands, and the
r,r.hMBVa"ndtsale of real estate. Office in'San Antonia de
f,ZL.T"iS -i- . fdee 20. 18371 '6-tf-
c '- i- i-
! m . annrntmAlnimtlkiratlja.ir.
Jf".n-'-' -.. .,;;--..--.-' ... .:-.
njU attend the county conn ot wasmngioD, mo uuuiti
courts of Ansaa, Montgomery, wasningiM, nu
jindMilanir also; the supreme court at 110030x1.
ITSTQStce'dt Washington " '
- -s-rrAUFMAN &. GOULD Attorney at Law, Nacogdoches
& Texa , Joy. 10, 18371 101tf
1 LAW NOTICE. '
rf?1EQRGE LANE, Aa-TOBNUirND Couasehor at
qjf Law, has permanently located himself 111 Milam,
Sabine county, anfl wiU'attend to all legal business en-
Jrnsted fo hiscbasge. . -
MilamSabtBe-coiinty, maya3. 37-tf
- K. UOMMlNs, Attorney "at Law, Washington Texas
. -raayae ' 31tf
JOHN D. MORBUS, Attorney and Connsenor at Law, has lo-
cated himself at San Antonio, and mil attend,to the duties
U liiiprofessionin the cpnrts of Bexar, as likewise those of Go-
liad, Victoria and San Pstrido. All business "entrusted to hw care
wul meet with prompt and ready attention. ' .
may 16 ' 31-tf
-jsvYoTlCBi. The regular meetings ef the Medical and Surgic-
I 1 1 Soefetv f Houston will be held on the 1st and 15th of er
C Sec :
N&TARY PUBLICS OFF1V0.,
nfiEabscaiber having, been appointed Notary Pub-
l tiVfcirtrm cnuntv of Hanisburg, is ready 'at all
&3sineis Hours to execute any notarial acts,' for those
vtlio may need L'such services". Deeds, powers of nttor-
Ses,vcontracte and instruments of all kinds, .done -with
Mciiracyond despaicn. . vr a; aikzaa- unai ,,
" . AttonegatJLav.
""ni-Onfe on Travis street, near the'CapitoL
-: . ; JNOTIUE. .
JIOL. JESSE BENTON having a small quantity ol
Inland of Jits own to locate, is willing to locate or
4he Trinity rivr, and 'its tributaries above the San An-
ionio road for any person who wishes Jo employ him
nafeauiuaUerms of one-third,,,of thend, he paying
airexpenses, or one fourth, if the owner pays the ex-
. pen'ses. "Apply to Doswell, Adams & Co., S. L. Do-
JUI2,.0r sjot. B1. X- urray mmuujiuu.
qisrQ, aa.UU a 1 OM AftD uALVK-vrON. 1 he spleuditl
& m -3r and fast rnnnineDassenrer boat Conaco. Ferguson
master, wdl ply three, tira-- a week between this city and Galj
veston. The strictest piinctuality will be observed. 'Forfre'ght
or passage having superior, accommodations, apply on board or
to BEACWELL i. ALLEN, Ga'lveston.
11. R. ALI.LN. &. Co. Hous-on.
, N. B. She will leave cither dace at nreciselv half hour sifter
i. tnp-arinol nergun. ", . je lb oi-i-i
? ijJSHtjSgLNO I lUt.-.Ttili subscriber having purtli.isenstiie
qSiSiZ- interests of the Messrs. ScotU in steam boat Sam
Houston, wishes all who have claims nrairi't said boat to pri-
Ecntthem to Messrs. Doswell & Adam, who are soleagents,duly
EUtnentica,te(i ior iiquinauon, arm niso requtsu nu ituu iirc in.
debted to said boat to make-immediate oavment The &.2JIT.
HOUSTON will lily as a regular packettwico a week between
Houston nnd Galveston. 18-tf JNO. G'BIUAN.
.-orta at fu A WKW ORLtANS Is Foeti Hoors. The.
SEaiSE. splendid low pressure steam packet Columbta, .Capt.
A. Moobi, vill leave Galveston Bay the 8th and 22d nf each
month for N. Orleans, and N. Orleans die 1st &. 15th of each month
for Texas. Passengers for New Orleans can dependupon a safe-and
'expeditious conveyance, and upon the boats' leaving punctually as
adve.bsedi'and her accommodations are superior to any boat in
the south, and as a sea boat she is unsurpassed. For passage or
information apply to R. Mills & Co., Brazona; jonn.-narp, Ve-
lo3co; McKiimty & Williams, Quintans; W. D. Ss K. M. Leo,
Houston; Forbes, Brooks & Co., Columbia or on board the,
hnnt. an. 24 156
kOK. NKvV ORLiKANs I'ne bnrllMPniLSAaio, Jbons-
tX&Lr copem.ister, will sail for the above porton the 1st Sep-
tember her accommodations are rood, and seasonable exer
tions will be used to make passengers comfortable The EmjTre-
sario will run as a regnlar pneket Between Galveston and New
Orleans and will receie Texas currency in payment for
freight or passage apply to the captain on board r.r to
auS2) 1SG ircgiHHir Ic uilliams
jgSylHE supeiier bngtmpresario, willpiy.asaa 'acArttie-
Jft- tween tnis fort ana iMew urJe.ins. sne is one ot trie tin.
est vessels now afloat of her class, her accommodations are vcrj
upcrior, and but for fear of giving offenco wewonld say she is
the finestves.se! that has ever been in aTexian port, fand we think
soat any rate.) The Texas currency will be received 'or freight
anu passage on Dnaru tne dmpresiriu, .11 par; iinpijr 10 me cap-
tain on boardor to ' McKINNEY & WILLIAMS.
Gnlvcton, nnril 5. 1833.. '-25-tf
ESS IttG U L AR tfACKlJ'l A &rhooner and Steam Boat 11 ill
tftjuL run regularly betwee Galveiton, Qidntina, and carry
freight or passengers for Texas ctirrenc, freight shipped by the
brie.Em.preiaru fnrthe Brazos, will be forwarded by thisconvet-
ance. For particulars apply to McKINNEY &-VV1LLIAMS,
an 5, '25:tf ot s- l- JONE-toCo. Quinfanq.
BKAZOS&UALVESTON RAIL ROADOOMPAN Y
receive-the first in
Tiviiro been unnninted Commissioners
JlJL stalment on the shares'of the capital-stock of this eompany
we hereby give notice that the books are now open, ana mat ceru
ficates will be granted'on application to -
wm. u. buunx., n,
; ij. those having contract with Bonding &, Burgess for lo-t-
eating land, or -tvitli"N. F. Smith &. Burgess wfll, please to
sT,v!-,-,i thelp rertifirintes to tbc undersiened at Hoatton, to the
areorMai.BaiT, post master general, as no location's can be
Side witboulthmr - JOHN BURGESS.
inl, 51 42-8t
-nnx subscriber has opened an office in the dry of San Antonio,
r J. "and wul devote his attention to the various business connected
with such an establishment. .A yearV residenca in this city, an ao--cBaintancevdthJts
mostTespectabla inhabitants!! also with the Ian-
rsago and usages of ute country; he natters himself wul afford him
tJidbest means of executing any commissions entrusted to his charge
V - WM. PDELMOUR.
lUfnrncet Hon. Joseph Basis and' Col ! W. H. Patton, mem-
htpi for Bexar. 'Col- H. W.Biraes, L. Colguhoun, Messrs.
fruer.& Moore, Houston. Messrs'. Forbes '& Brooks, Colum-
bia, v Edmund Andrews, Anthony'BIandioe, Edward Purcell, Esq
J3nmriaZiD.'Ensnui Seguin, D. Antooto Navarro, San Jlntonio.
S3Ltttariastibejost paid je9 3Mn f
-s - -XaiidrAgCHCsr.'
rprir .undersigned having 'farmed a connection in business, at
i iGomalej. under the nn and style of oMiocxHjjtT &, Pa-
cium,'' offer their services to 'their friends and the pnbHc, as General
LtuuPJlgmlsjffoT the purchase and saleof veof estate, and all other
insmess of a similar nature in any way.-connected therewith. The
forrnasgvill reside permanently at Gonxales; nnd' having been the
oclyofficial surveyor for the last 12 years, in De Witt's colony and
liejeptrUBent'of Bexar, wul 'be aula to tarnish such information
"as-ioay be required relative to ihesitnanonand value f Lands and
Tafidity of titles, .or to procure plate for the came. The latter will
bc employed' mostly abroad. AH business entrusted o their care,
Tvbetner personal or by letter? (if post paid) will meet with prompt
iattantion,- BYRD LOCKHART,
Gonzales, niril 28 -. . ' 3&3tttf
Water any Wall streets, fover
. fT." NORTON, oornerof
"43'Cady'" auction store,) New York; attendsto the purchase
and the ptocurihgof passages for those who wish to csaigratr,
AMJbtClUAM nUl&L, Corner ot JJieiiviUe ami Uld Lever
Sts, entrance No. 4 Bienville St. New Orleans. Rooms
pleasant Faro ample Terms moderate. 53-17H
The Proprietors of this Hotel having made sunt)
alterations and improvements as were necessary to
the comfort of their guests, arc now prepared to re-
ceive fhem. Visiters will ut all times find the com
forts of life, and as many of the luxuries as can reasonably be
rxpected in a country so new. To the invalids more particu-
larly, the town of Quintana oners alltha can be desired
health. Its situation upon the Gulf rendering it one of the
most delightful and healthy resorts during the summer months.
to be found in Texas.
SETTLE & "WILLIAMS.
Quintana, June 26,11838. "9-tf
STEAM EJS G1NE We hat e ior sale a splendid Steam En-
gine which would answer admirably for a saw Mill, on ac-
commodatingterms. , DOSWELL, ADAMS i. Co.
rTHr subscriber takes this method of informing the citizens of
jiC Houston, that he intends to open an English School, in this
city on Monday, 25th May. Those who feel an interest in the
School, are respectfully invited, to attend at the school house, oppo
ste Mr. Beardley's boarding house,
may 19 32-tf J. T. HAMILTON.
hHE subscribers wish to contract for the building of a Keel
Boat, at the town of Washinrton. A liberal price will
be given proposals will be received by the subscribers, who will
furnish the necessary timber and material.
HATFEELD & STEVENS.
Washington, npril 23, 1838. 3
JOHri ALEXANDER NEWJ.ANDS, Notary Pub-
licrcountv of Harrisbtrrij.
- -Mane 2- 35-f
": ' ' W. M. BEAL.
'AS resm-ied the Commission Business in the city'of Nen
Orleans. uec 1, JBJJ, mz-"m
X OST,-e 'draft on the Treasurer for $340, dated the 4th ol
5 i NnvNo.470, chectl AH persons are warned not to
- purchase toe said draft; and any.personlnding. tho same will
please netamitto the subscriber aHttJe'pendence, in. the coun-
troC Waihinsrton.or to Mai. Brighum in this place.
dcoa)1837 ? . 107-tf W. W. JI1LL.
, "M"UST received per steam boat Columbia; 4-bbls.Ci-P
tier; 5 HoAle; 3 do. Porter, all superior quality
J3.n& in rst rate order; likewise a lot of Summer Cloth-
. Tag, consisting' of .Frock Coats, Roundabouts, Panla-
Z lions, Vests, Shirts, Suspenders, and Silt Gloves. Alto
os hand 6 and t fourth pipes Champnigne and Cognac
Brarriy; 12 bbls. Whiskey; 12 do. Sugar; 10 sacks Cof-
fee, Havana; 5 bbls. patent Navy and Pilot Bread; 5 do
Tlour; 10 tegs loaf Lard and Goshen Butter; 240 sacks
Corq.. -A variety of Dry Goods, Hardware, Cutlery and
-Glass wore, too numerous to mention.
' june.33 38-tf ' JL LEYENHAGEN & Co.
4"?1ASH will be paid for JWflitarv Scrip and Ponded
j Debt, by W.D.&, R. iL LEE.
le 9 36-tf
HACKS good Corn tor sale by
DOSWELL, ADAMS & CO.
HE sneriberswauld respectfuUy inforcs the' merchants and
'citizens of Texas, ihat. they have established themselves in
&e raty of Boston, for the parpose of tnumctinga general com-
saisaion business; and will give their unremitted ettantion to the
ealo asdpBchaseof sfl kiads f merchandise entrusted to their
are, RALPH KELLOGG St. CO.
f A. C-" J. K. Alum, Houston.
' A. G.,Kiixooo, San Jiwpistine..
..Bticxwxij. &. Amur, Galveston. 3C-tf
USQUITO BARS, a lot of superior grass cloth,
for sale py w. ii. ci it. JH. LEE.
-NawFRE8H. GARDEN SEED, &c
TTrnlacribcrs bate intt received a supply of fresh Garden
X. Sd, -warranted thegrowth' of 1837. Alio, 11 large assort.
iiaeat-tfdrBg, medicine fancy eoaps, perfamery, &c., which
tbtf rfteriorsaieai tow prices ior casn
COOKE &. BITING,
' MtvDlUAL NO riot.
AT ameetingof the Medical and Surgical Society of Hous-
ton, held on the first day Cf August, .instant, it was unan-
imously resolved,' ,
That in order to- establish n uniform rate of charging among
the medical men of this commanity and prevent unpleasat feel-
ings on the part of the patients towards their physicians, the
following cede of prices be established and published in some
newspaper in this. city.
Rale of Charges
For Professional Services is Practice.
When first called to a patient, the charge fnfone visit hall
be . $5 00
For every succeeding visit, , 3 00
After 9 ojclock P 31 the charges for professional visits'shall
he doubled in all cases.
Forvisitsout oftbc limits or the city, an extra charge of? 1
,n mile during the day, and 92 per mile at night.
, For a viiit on consultation, the siimof 90) shall berharged-
For adiiceandprescriptionih the ofhee, $3 00 "
For cases of such importance as to require the attendance of
thu physician it considerable length of time, an extra charge of
$3jer hour shall be made for such detention.
For Venesection '$2 extra.
For the extraction of a tooth f 2 extra.
For cupping, 55 00 extra. .
The rnsrc important operatiors of Surgery shall be charged
according to the danger and difficulty attending the operetion.
Tor ordinary cases of natural labour, 40 shalf be charged.
In cases of dif5cu.lt or preternatural labour an extra charge
11 to be made proportionate to the-danger and difficulty at'ertd-
fng the case. -
When a visit is made to several individuals oftbe same fam-
ily a charge for only .onejusit shall be male, but an extracharge
or 81 for prescribing for each patient shall be allqwed, provi-
ded, howei er, that when perrons are not actual members of the
fiimily. but oMj in the employ, this deduction will not be
For medicines furnished by the physician, a charge of 50c for
ctcry dose shall be made.
In all cases the physician will present his account immediate-
ly on the discharge of the patient under hi ca e, and in case
jt be not convenient for the patient to settle his account, he
shall be requested to give bis note for the amount.
.in cases where a definite nmount has not been fixed by the
regulations, if the patient should demur to the payment a rr-
ference maybe made to the. Medical and Surgical Society for
-their decision concerning the valuenf the services rendered.
(Signed) RICHARD HENRY LEE'H, ill. D.
Secretary Medical and Snrzical Societv.
Pros't Medical and Surgical Society.
Dissolution of o-Part tier shin.
npUIECo-Partnership heretofore existing between
-- the subscribers, under the firm of Fisher, Davis
Sf Lubbock, expired this day by limitation. All persons
indebted to said firm aro requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claim1) against it, to present
them for payment. The busiucss of the firm will be
settled by George Fisher, who alone is authorised to
seUle the same and use the signature of the firm in li-
quidation.! GEORGE FISHERr
1 A. JACKSON DAVIS,
THOS. 8. LUBBOCK.
.Houston, Jane 30th, 1838. w
The undersigned will continue thobusincssas hereto-
fore at the sa'mo stand under the firm of Geo. Fisher &
Co., and solicit their friends for a share of Iheir pa-
tronage, GEORGE FISHER,
A. JACKSON DAVIS.
Houston, July lsf,-1838. ., 40-tf
"" IN 1)1aN-ARTICLES
A FULL assortment of Indian articles, rifles, strona-
ing, plaids, bends, paints, bells and other ornd-
menu for sale bv W. D. & It M. LEE.
je 9 " 36-tf
GOODS! GOODS! GOODS! '
ThTI friends, customers and purchasers jn general, are re
quested by the. subscriber to call at his old stand un Alain
street. ODnosite the tavern where he is no w. offering alarseand
plendid assortment of DRY GOODS, ice., (either by w holesale
U. AtiUU.,, l.UiC13UM 111 UUn Ul .
Cloth snd 6ummcr coats, veatsand pantoloons;
50 doz-. ihirts; .
Light summer stuffs, for pantaloons;
Superfine blue, blackjind lancy clothes;
Irish linen, diaper, 6owen, &c.
Prints, muslin, laces, ribbons, shirting tc.
"" Also 75 cases botts, thocs and hats;
With saddlery, assorted ;
Alargelot of hardware, knives, forks, ic.
500 ncks corn, wgar, coffee Gohen anil Western nut-
ter, lard, prime pork, wlnLcy. brandy, wine, &.c.
All of which shall bosn'd at the lov.tst price for nan.
april 23. -Jb-tl Wn. M. COOK.
DRUGS AND MEDICLES COOKE & EWING
EsPCGTFULLY inlorm t! eir fi lends and the public tha'
tln-y hap entereil iutr the Apothecary and Drug Dusincts
in tlu citv . The v h a now on hind, and i ill keep constant!) ,
a e.uc r.l assortment of articles in their line at teir new store
in the longion. second aboe the Uuiun llous.
All orders from the country will be pdnctnnlly nttLiirlrd fo
a-id jjlij icians prescriptions put up w 1H1 accuracy and dispatch.
A. EWING. .
l. A.i.KVijUlj-te ALLIEN, Crti1er.1I Coiunnssicn merchant"
ai.u Airentf, (jalvcston. Mtfcrcntts:
J,uue--Auchincinu5,esq. JVcur For:;R.iIphKelloirs&Co. Bos
ton: Wm . Bryan, Sara. Itickcr, jVetr Orleans, Poswell, Adams
& Co. hoaston 37tf junelfi
K. Ii. .9 ones &. :.
Uf-CESSORS to McKinney fe William", general recciiing,
loruarain'r, tomnu'sion Merchants, limntann, 'Iex.is.
feb 15 , M5-tf
fF every variety, packing presses, horse powers', Gin Saws of
Vr xne ocsi cast steel, gm oanos, wiui an omer aiucies rcqmrea
ill the cultivation of cotton and its preparations for market, can he
purchased from, or ordered bv the subscriber, nr in case of his ab
sence by his agents,"Messas. John A. Merle & Co.7 No. 73, Bien
ville street. jew urleans, to wnose caro au letters on me above bu-
siness, and intended for the subscriber, must be addressed. The
gins include Idler's metallic cylinder gins, either with or without
Jones uatent combined. Thev are made in Philndeldhin. Cincin
nati and Nashville, of the best materials, and calculated to rim well
and last for a Ions neriod of time.
Planters and their merchants can rely upon the most prompt and
strict attention being paid to au orders tor au articles in tne aoove
line. - alia, junto,
dec 30, '37 107-tf JVo. 6, Banks' Arcade JVew Orieaiw.
INFORMATION TO PERSONS TRAVELLING WEST.
A DlltriUT waon mail, isnow being opened from Houton
JTjL to San Antonio, cro"sine the Braios at Richmond, and
passmr; throneh Texapa and Victoria . Bv this route which is
by far the most pleasant, travellers will avo"id the necessity of
camping out, as houses can be reached every night,
mav a. , ' '27tf
cue lot of School Books, Bibles, &c., lor sale at this Offic
Also always a quantity of Black and Bed Ink.
-jj fj Tows Lots elegantly situated, on the lower edge of town,
X l 50 feet by 100 back.
Sliktary Scrip will be taken at par, civil list, bouutvJandVor
any audited claims oftbe Government will-be-taken in payment.
Apply to I ?"BROWNrLOVEBJDGE & Co.
'may2S " ; 34-tf
KEGS LARD and 0 hhds.-Bacon just,receiv-
ed per steamer Warsaw, on consignment bj.
JJOSWJSLL,- AUAMS & CO.'
. ' 42-tf
BARRELS good old Whiskey jist received
on consignment by
DOSWELL, ADAMS &. CO.
.(NOTICE. ,; .
A LL persons indebted to usby noteor book account preuons
X. to thofirst day of July last arerequestea to call and make
payment, as no mrther indulgence can be r;ivcn.
inly 23 43-tf COOKE & EWING.
IS hereby given forwarning all the -authorities of this
republic to not grant unto Richard Young-, a cer
tificate or warrant for three hundred and twenty acres of
land, as I can prove the bond that said young holds gi
ven by mj self null and void, and was paid on in a few
da s after said bund was given. Said bond is under
date to the best of my recollection, June J837; given'in
Houston. DAVID M. BULLOCK.
Afontgomery, aug. 6 ' ' 3147
Town of IiOuisTille.
T I tut undersigned having laid off the scite of a town to be
B called by Lie above name adjacent to their cotton gin
house and store, halfway between Lynchburg and New Wash-
ington, will offer for safe at Auction on the 4th July next on
the premises, a number of building Lots. The situation need
uo recommendation to those acquainted with its advantages.
The main channel of t'.e San Jacinto running close to the
shore affords the most convenient landing and facilities fo- re-
pairing or constructing vessels; plenty of good water and
building materials .immediately in the vicinity, and being the
only good landing- on that part of the river, together with
the rapid improvements in the neighboring back country
afford .an assurance that it will soon become a place of.impor-
tance. f ' '
N.B. Tor sale as above a general assortment of Day Goods,
Groceries, 'dardivare, Harness, ready ma'de'Clothing&c. A
Map .if the toivn to be seen at the store of Doswell i: Adams,
Houston. . GEO. W. Sc WM. H. SCOTT.
Loiiisvill", Juno 18th, 1838. 3s'-tf
THE subscriber takes lhi methpd of notify ing the public, and
"more particularly those who have heretofore been cutting
and hauling off timber helonging to S imuel L . Williams, below
town, that I will commence suit against all those who have or
may hereafter intrude.ou the same, and will prosecute to theex-
tentot tne Jaw. jaihm o. nui,m,u,
leh 17 14-tT Agent for Sam. JIT. Williams.
A RUNAWAY NEGRO.
QTWAKENupliy one Solomon Cole in the county of Jefferson.
44 on or about the 1st day Sf July, 1838 a negro man who calls
lumself Gabriel, says he belongs tooneTirgess of North,Caroiina,
fWilminiton.l about Jive feef seven inches high abont thirty-two
years of age; no maiks visible except a small scar on his left ear,
one on his left hand, suposed to be a burn, three small scars on his
face weighs about one hundred and seventy pounds and affable
In HIS maUUerst luc unuci la iculcu m, ,.uu.g iwiiNui i.wvb
nroDertv, pay charges and Like him away.
Beaumont, jnly.ll 4Mm WM. STEPHENSON. Sh'ff. J. C
.Rrrusuc of Tixis, " "- ,
County or llarrisburg. (J Jam A hinbavgh.
In CnisiRnas, July 25tb, 1838.
WPEREAS Sophia Jlvghinbavgh thp plaintiff in ihe above
stated case, hath this day bled her petition before the
Honorable James W. Robinso-, one of the Judges of the
District Court, in and for the Republic of Texas, praying
for a divorce, and she bawnx ihown to tha satisfaction ol tht.
J idgea'oresaid, that the defendant Jesse A Augbmbtiagb re-
sides out of the juriidifction of this court. r
Therefore, it was ordered oy me jawe, mat inrWemui,ui-
ntstnVtCmirtfnr the countt of Hnrrisbunr. make nnblication
of this order, in some public newspaper printed in tho-cityof
Houston for six weets previotuto tne next term 01 uievnuusi
rA..f ink. liAlilpninund rnpllmfnunt nf HflrrishurEr awthe
courthouse thereof, in the city of Houston, on the "fifth Mon
day afer the fourth Monday in October next" ensuiugf tie,
said Josian A. Ausninbaunn i nereoj cuea uiupjjc.u umwai
nnd there to answer the petition of tbo said Sophia Atfghin-
baugh, there'exhibited against him, or the matters and things
therein contained, will be taken pro eonfesso, and the decree
ITant'-daspreclfor. , w mmL
Witness, tne no.-. .. ... ..w..,
Judge of the District Court in and for the Repvhhcof Texas.
Tc t, JAMES S. HOLMAN, Cflc DtO. C. H.
,By E. M. Windfield, Deputy clerk. j-
inly 28 3'6t .
ReruBUC of Tfcxis,
D.aT.a ....... nn iqoo 1
Comity of Harrisburg.S '-", ""S , -
a a E-vnr rt allis n ivTnsiio"u'jnea ior letters 01 aamiuisiraiion
j on the estate of John iC Allen, dceased, all persons Tnt rest-
ed are hereby notified that unless good objections are filed within
ten days, letters wdl be granted as prayej for By order ofrthe
honorable a. Briscoe, judge of probates tlwis b baruis,
aug 25 t-157 cl k pro turn
"otice is hereby gnen, th.it at the next term ol the'probate
r.n-irt fnr fhnnimntv of HirrHburs I shall annK for let
ters of administ r.ition on the estate orlsracl Sackett, deccarsed
all persons in terestdd are requesedto come and file their objfo-
tions niiii 3t--159 GEORfiC WLlVCLy
lUrnauc of Tevas, J Prabate Court, Aug. 23, 183.
County of Harrisburg. S C
J NO. KOEl'FF havin applied for letters of administraUon on
the estate o '(George M. Bunnan, a deceased soldier of die
nrmv of Tern, all nersons i .tereted are hereby notified that un-
1j goed objectious aro filed within six'y day, the appointment
wul he made as prajed for. By order of tue court..
aug. 24 St-1 b4 Lf.WIS. B. HARRIS, W. p-.o.h.
".'VJOriCL is hereby nvea thit it tlie next term of the probate
In c urt ler the county of &nz i e , 1 thall ariply for letters of
administration on the estate of Wm. P. King, sf deceased soldier
who fs'l at the Alamo aug 24.150 '
JNO . KING
U. S. Consulate, 7
Citv nf Galveston. (
fcTJVTO riCE-All persons indebted to the estates of tho late Solo-
J TJ mon Sibley and Charles J. Buckley .lately deceased at Gal-
veston city, are requested to "make payment ahd thoso having
claims win piease present mem jo a 1 r,WAtti icivn.i.1.,
aug 15 3t-15rt ,'
u. s. Co.isulate. ;
', City of Galveston?'
LL persons indebted to the estate ofD- C. BrenVlatily de-
. ceased at the city-of Honston. will Please make navnientto,
ana uiose navmgciauns wul please present tnera to
aug 15 3t-lDd ' STEWARf NEWEL, U. SConffil
U. S. ConsqM mustfpresent them within the-tiaic prescribed by law,
J E l" 1 ERRS of admiTmfrfltinn hnTtnrr hnpn fmnfor? tn tht tin.
JJ demened on the estate of Jobii BicClare notice is herebV ari-
ven to all persons indebted to tald estate to make immediate pay-
luciu auu muse iiaiugi,ucuLU3 iu present uiera uuiy a'tutenucaiea
itiLuiu ujc uixiB prccrjueu uy aw or mey wm us oarrea.
anglG, 3t-I49 A. NEILC, adrn'r.
bounty ofHaS"buS;g Court, August 91838
TTENRY riSHER havms this day aonlied for lelters of admin-
JLL istrauou on the estate of of Lewis Dillon, notics is hereby
given inai unless legal oojecuoas are med to tne said petition with,
in sixty days, the prayer of the petitioner wdl he granted, t By or-
der of A. Briscoe, Judge of Probate.- LEWIS B. HARRIS,
angll - 8-153 , Clent pro teiir.
uriiltoul administration ii.ivini been eri'lited to the
i undersigned on the estate'of Almeiion Dickjrson. hereby
iiuuues all persons indebted to said estite to mate immediate
payment and thow having claims against said esiote to present
them for settlement within the time presented by law or
they will be baird. . "VVM. A. MATTHEWS, Ad'j
Oroniae", niisrll , . JTil6l
T.1E undersigned having been appointed adminisirator ol tho
"f 'he Probate Court of the county of GonzaIe all persons indebt-
ed to said estate wiUmake immediate payment, and those1 hav-
inglaunsjigauisnha same will present them July authentica-
cdTvithiri the time prescribed, orthey will be bared.
Gonzales.'jnly 18 42 8t A. NEILL, ad'nr.
flMIOSE having domands against M. W. Smith, late of Harris--L
burg, Hpcaased, are -requested to depoiit them with Messrs
uaztey ana jaurosau 01 Houston, tor tne exaninanon and approval
01 me aumimsiraior. , Ultuaoit o& tiuiJBUrt,
nov27.'37 102-tf Agent of Adrn'r.
- . NO TICK.
IS hereby given f o all persons, forbidcing them to settle o 1 a
certain Elcvcn League Graot, situated on the west side f
the river Triniti. onnositih T.nnp-Kinff's Village: nnrl alto
f om settlers another Eleven League Grant, situated on thr ea
side of the said river Trinity betweei the upper and lower (J
shatte Villages as the said lands belong to the succession of H -n-
ry jl. r remits ucctraeeu. rr iu iu. AiUtrAi, .
Libertj, March 1, 38.-U7tf 2.t,mini3trator-
Republic or Tcxa's, L PROBATECOURTT"
County of Harrisburg. I Juiy 19th, 1838.
THOMAS W. MARSHALL having applied for the
' administration of the estate of llsaVc Milsaps, a
deceased soldier of tho army of Texas, all persons arc
hereby notified, that unless good'objections are made
within sixty days, the praytr of" the petitioner will be
granted. LEWIS B.,HARJIIS, cl'k.pro tem. p. c.h. c-
Houston, July 20, 42-8t
t Phe subscriber .having obtaued letters of administration on the
JL estate of Jacob Caspari, deceased soldier. Notice is hereby
given to all persons indebted Osaid estate, that immediate payment
is expected, and tnose navmg claims against tne said estate, arere-
im in ue ume ior setuemeni, or mis nouce
Wm. H.KING, Adrn'r.
Quested to Dresent them
wdl bo plead in bar of their recovery.
San Antonia Prairie, Julj 16, 1833.
Republic oTexas, ; Probate Cq -j , G ig
County of Harnsbutg. - ' " '
AUGUSTUS H. GILLAND having petitioned'for
letters of Adrcinistration on the estate of his bro-
ther George M. GilLtnd, a deceased snldior of the1 army
of Texas; notice is hereby givenit'o all persons interest-
ed, that unless good objections "are made within smy
days, letters will be granted asjprayed for. By order
of the Court. LEMfIS B. HARRIS,
Clerk pro tem. J. P.
COL.VESSE BENTON having 'petitioned forlet-
lersrof Administration on the estate of George W.
Childress, a deceased soldier of the army of Texas:
all persons are hereby notified that unless good objec-
1 1 ?L! ..!-- ! .... t 4 o !11 I.i rmtmr. n'nl
lions are inuuu wiiiiui siiiy uajajcuuia win uc gomcu
as prayed for. Bv order of the Court.
7 ' j LEWIS B. HARRIS,
July 7 ' 40-8t j Clerk prolan. P. C. H. C.
he undersigned having obtained letters of administration on
the estate of M P- Clark deceased, notice is hereby given to all
persons having clatnis to present thorn duly authenticated witnin
the time nrescrtbed bv law or they will bo barred, and those in
dented to make immediate payment rr. w, sasprxai), adin'r.
aug xi . ii-iou
'T'lit subscriber having obtained letters of admintstration of tho
. succession of Samuel Frederic a di ceased sold.er and been ap-
pointed azent by the heiri, notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims' against said estate' to presect them duly authenticated
within the time prescribed by law, nnd all persons indebted to raid
estiejtomakeiminediajopaymenf. JAS. A SYLVESTER,
aug 24 , St-164 adrn'r and ottr'y fir heirs.
a ettees of administration having been granted to tne subscriber
JL on or about the 25th of Jan. last, by thchon. court of pro-
bates of thecounty of Harrisburg, for the estate of Wm. Guyman,
deceased; notice is hereby given to alt persons having claims against
saidestateMo present them duly authenticated, within the time pre-
scribed by-law, or they will be barred, and all those indebted to
said estate jWiU mahe immediate- payment
July 14 41-8t JO,2N GRAY, Adrn'r.
THE undraigned having been appointed Admin-
islrator on the estate of Silas Fuquea, deceased,
nuticejig hereby given to all persons indebted to said
estateUotnakeiinmediatr" payment: thuse hating claims
mustipresent them within lite time prescribed by law,
ortlfey will be barred. ADREW PONTON.
'I'riK undersigned having been -apliuinim' Ailmm-
B isirator on the estate" of' William Leacli, dqe'd;
notice is hereby given to all persons in ebied to said
joints Ui make immediate payment: thrse havins claims
or they will be barred.
Pocsuaht to the second secuon of an act entitled t an act tor the
setdement of deceased soldiers estates, the subscriber notifies
all peersons, interested 'hat he will apply to tho hon. Probate
Conrt'held in and for the county of Sabine at the town Mdam, for
letters of administration on the estates of JomJ. Morgan and
Wm. S. Parker, deceased. -
July 28 43jH- CDRTIS M. JACKSON. Jdm'rs-
xttebs of administration having been granted to"UMrsubscnl)- -er
on the estate of JJ. H. Hunter, deceased; notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims against said estate, to present
them duly authenticated within the tjme,.prescibed by law, or they
will be barred, and all those'indebted to the saTT estatewill make
jnly23 ? 43t AlNCONJXRGUSON, 4dnr. .
Tue iinderagned having obtained letters administration on
the e.tito 01 Silaa II. Parker, a deceased soldier. CNotice
is hereby givenJto nil persons havingrclaims against saiil
estate to present them duly authenticated, within the time pre-
scribed bylaw, orthey will be barred, and all those.' indebted
to said estate will make immediate payment- "
jnlv 03 43-8t .LUCY PARKER:
r I ihe nndersig'dhavingbeea duly appotnt'd administratorof the
j estate of Caleb Bennett, deceased,-hereby requires-all persons
indebted to said estate to make payment without delay, and all per-
sons having claims against said estate to present them, duly authen-
ticated within the tims prescribed by law, or they will Be barred,
aug. 3 144-tf 1THOVIAS G. WESTERN, adrn'r .
BY Virtue of letters of administration granted upon the estat
of Caleb. Bennett, deceased, by the bonorablej theconrtof
? rebate in and for the county of Harrisburg, and to, ma directed,
shall cause to be exposed ai public sale trf the highest bidder be-
fore the court house door Si this city, at 12 y'clock on Wednesday
the 5th September, prox., all the right title and interest uf the
said Caleb Bennett deceased, in and to a league of land in the
county of Refugio. Also, at the same time and place, a town lot
and the building or the remains thereof otithe premises in the
town of Refugio and county aforesaid. t ' V- '
ang,'3 144-td THOMASG?WESTERff, adrn'r
'T'HE'nndersigned having been appointed administrate!; ofrthe
estate of John G. Coe, a deceased soldier, notica'us hereby gi-
ven in accordance with, an act entided an'act for the cettlemen 1 01
deceased sol liers esttii?,' to an peons interested to ccme'forward
and present theirrcTaini3 properly' authenticated'accordlng to'Iaw
for setdement, and all persons indebted to said estate, are notified
to make immediate payment to ANDREW SCOTT, adm'r.
county 6C Jackson, jnly 22, 183g 143-8t"
rpHE undersigned having obtained letters of administration on
'the estate ofWBttam Parker, a deceased soldier of the Texas
army, hereby-gives notice to all persons indebted to the estate? to
make payment, and those having claims against the same to pre-
sent them within the time prescribed by law, or they will be barred.
jnly 27th, 1838 143-8t v HARVEY PARKER, adrn'r.
ITJjUe subscriber having obtained letters ol administration on
y the estate of Wm. Godden a deceased'soldier; noticpis here-
by given o all persons indebted to said estate, that immediate
pa mentis expected, and those having claimsngainstthe said
estate are requested to present them in due timefor settlement,
or this notice will be plead in bar of their recovery.
July 28 43-8t WM. WALKER, Adrn'r.
Letters of administration having been granted to the subscrib-
er on the estate of Oliver H. Smith, deceasedx notice is here-
by given to all persons having claims against said to estate; present?
them duly authenticated witnin the tune prescribed by law, orthey
will be"barred, and all those indebted to said estate will make'hn-
mediate payment. AXANCON FERGUSON',C4dm'f.
iuly28 c, . " ,43-8t
Letters cf administration having been granted by tbe'Jcdgc
of the Probate Court of the county of Nacogdoches, to tha
undersigned, on the estate of E. Mitchusson, deceased; notice i
hereby giyen to all persons hayin claims against the estate, to pre-
sent "tiem duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by law,
orthey will be barred, and all those indebted .to said estate will
please make immediate payment. ,
JACOB MTtCHUSSON, Adrn'r.
inly 28 " - 4SSt
' I ins; undersigned having obtained, letters of administration on
-L the estate d"Moses(Shipman sen'r., deceased, hereby gives no-
tice to all persins indebted to said estate to make paymentand those
having claims Igainst the same to present them within the nme'pre-
rcribed by lav or thoy wfll be barred.
JOHN M. SHIPMAN, ') Al1mV
, MARYSHIWIAN, jAamr-
. inly 7 40-8
RirtrBLic or Texas, I xnD strict Court MarchtTerm, lc38
County of Harrisburg, ) , ,. (,.
foeliUeplff. vs. CalharineLec deft. action for divorce
This day came the plaintiff by his attorney, anrFthe deferjant
hn.Xi.mnlvrallsH rime not. but made default: it was
Iherefore considered and order-d by the court, tnaL-publicatiJn be
made 111 some public gaz tte printed in tue coumjcoi narruUu.6,
for the tem ofsix weeks previous to next tejtn 1 or tht idistqct
conrttobiholden in and for the county .ifonsaidat thJ"0"
houseln the city of Hou-ton on the fifth Mo day after th rourta
Monday iu November next, in ord-r tint the defendant miycomo
ioto dourt'anl answer the plaintiff's petition there oiitaM
against him, or die matters and things therein'contained will bo ti-
keo pro eonfesso, and the decree granted as prayed for.
A true copy trom the minutes.
Attest JA.S. S. HOLMAN, d'k. n. c. c. h,
ByE. H. WiiniLD, deputy. aug 21 6M62
Itereauc or Txeas, inDistrict Court, March Term, 1833.
l-ounty of Harrisburg, J , ' ,. , .
Solomon Page, rm. vs. Harriet Page, deft. action ford,, or -e.
rpno day ca'm?the plantiff by hii attorney, aud the defendant
JL being solemly called, camo not, b it made def mlt; it was
Ibs-rafore c insidered and ordered by the court, that publication be
made in some public gazetto printed in the county of H imsburg,
fortiie term ofsix weeks previous to the next term of the district
court to be hoi ten in and for tho county aforesaid a the couithouie
in tha city of Houston, on the fifth Monday after the fourth Mon-
day in November next, iu ord -r that the defendant may come into
court and answer the p'ant'ff.' petition there "xhibitel against
her, or the matters and things therein contained will bo token pro
eonfesso, and the decree graan ed as praj ed for.
A true copy from the minutes.
Attest JAS S. HOLMAN, el'k. D. c. c. it.
By E. H. Wrtiwu. deputy. aug 24 61.163
H ettirs or administraUon having been granted to the under
Xli signed by the Judge of the probate court of the county of
aliiam, on tne estate 01 Anson ouiien a qeceosea soiaier. ixouce
is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate, to
present them duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by
law, or tiey will be barred, and all those indebted to said estate will
make immediate payment. ." ' J, W. PORTER, ,
July 7 40-81 wife of deceased.
U N,ai subscriber having obtained letters of administration from
4L tte probate court of Washington county, on the 30th of April
last, on the estate of William Langtiudge, a deceased soldier; here-
by notifies all who are indebted to said estate to make immediate
payment, and all who have claims to present them duly attested,
witim the time prescribed by law.
JOSEPH JOHNSTON Adm'r.
Robertson county, July 4:-1838. 41-8t
t IHE undersigned 'having been appointed adraihtstra-
L on the of estate of Travis' Davis, a deceased
soldier; notice isihefeby given-in accordance with the
provisions of an act entitled an "act for the settlement
of deceased soldiers estates," to all persons inleres'ted
lo come forward and present their claims properly au-
thenticated according to law for settlement, and all per-
sons indebted lo said estate are notified to make imme-
diate pa merit lo
THOMAS R. DAVIS, AdtnV.
Columbia, July 7. . N 40-8t
Republic op Texas, -a u , r
County ofNacogdoches. Proba,e Co,,rl
WHERAS Francis l''itzhugh has filed his peti-
tiop in said county prcying for letters of ad-
ministrationon the estate of Wesley Fitzhugh a de-
ceased soldier of the army of Texas. This is to cite
and admonish all persons interested to come forward at
the September term of said Court, on tho last Monday
of that month, and show cause if any they have'wJiy
the pr.iyer C-the petitioner should not be granted.
J ' R- PARMALEE,
Dep. Clerk Pi obate Court.
Nacogdoches, June 20th, lb38. 39-Ut
rp etters ol administration having been granted by tbc ho 3
4xJj ur.iblc probate court of Brazoria, on the estates of John
Jtainey, of Ibis county; nil tho'e having claims against said
estite will present them to G. W. Towns at Brazoria, nttorney
for the administrator . jnly21-8t JOHN 11UUGESS.
E LIZ ABE I'll KOWE himg petitioned the judte ot the
probate cuui tin nnd lor the county of Ronziles at the
J une term, June 25th, 1838, for letters of administration in two
cae.viz: on the estate of her former husband James George,
lite deceased in tbc Alamo; alo in the case of her brother
Villiam Dcardufr, who also fell injthe Alamo. Now theroforo
it is ordered and decreed by the judge of the court of probate
th.it when this advertisement 'shall have Jiecn published in n
public newspaper G0dnys,in cornplinncsSvitli the I m, thnt i
there be no objections that letters will issue to the said pcti
july 7 40-St ELIZABETH ROWE.
TrUBL.It; nonce is hereby eiveri that .
it has this rfnv filprl in mv office his netition. nrsnaitr for
ters of administration on the estate of Joseph Hicks, a. deceased
soldier; and that at the September term of the probate court,
to be held on the last Monday thereof said petition will be
taken into consideration, and all persons interested in said suc-
cession are hereby required to show cause if any there be why
Slid petition should notbe granted, on or before the expiration
of the said time. By order of the hon. Wyly lUartin, Jndge
of Probate. JOSEPH II. BARNARD.
" , Proiafc Clerk.
Richmond, Fort Bend co. July 20th, 1833. 42-8t
A LIST of administrations on the estates of deceas-
ed soldiers, who have filed letters iu the depart-
ment of War fot the first quartet ending 18ih in-L
Ashbel Smith adm'r es-'L of Ebenezer R. Hale, dec.
J. W. Cummings
Ashbel Smith, "
William Scurl'ock "
M. -Evans "
Jeramali Timmins "
Thos.H. M'J'.tire u
Adolphus Sierne "
'Mary Robbins "
Jas. Haggard '
Asa Mitchell "
Wm. A. Furris "
'Wm. Mann "-
Adam Stafford- "
Wm. M. Cook "
Wm. S. Richerson "
Jas. D. Clemmens "
Andrew Ponton "
Andrew ffeill '
A. Neill . "
Jn. W. Brocks "
George Vaughn "
George Vaughn "
G. W. Grant "
John Hart "
A. Wvnns &W
Sam'I. A. G.Mays,
U. 1. uummmgs, "
Chancey Goodrich, "
Samuel R'. Evans, "
'Hugh MiFrazicr," '
'" A,tfntatl, KnMLPP.
Conrad Eiginamer, "
E. Robbins', "
L. W. Gates, "
Nevill Haggard, ."
Nathan Mitchell, "
Travis Davis, "
Harvey Stafford, "
Robt. C. Morris, "
Galba Fuqua, "
Win. Taylor, '
S. Pendleton, "
Wirf. E. Vaughn, "
Edward Wyngate, "
James Vaughn, "
Edw'd. Fitzimorris "
Jas. M. Miller, "
L. W.Kingsbury, '
James B. "Murphy, "
James Rodgers, "
Tlins. G. Aldridge, "
Published in accordance with an act of ennrress oass-
edjI8thdayofMay, 1837. GEO. W. HOCKLEY,
aug. 18, C:-1G1 Secrelaiy of War.
I etters of administraUon having been granted to the subscriber
JLi on the 29th of January, 1838, by the honorable court of pro-
batef of the county of Jackson, for the estate of George S. Denni-
son. deceased; nobco is hereby given to all persons having claims
against said estate, to present them duly authenticated within the
time prescribed by law. or they wdl bo barred, and all those in-
debted'to said estate will make immediate payment,
inly 14 41-S E. MOREHOUSE. 'Adrn'r.
LETTtKs of administraUon having been granted to the subscrib-
er on the estate of Moj. Benjamin C. Wallace, deceased;
notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against said
estate, to present them duly authenticated within the time prescrib-
ed by law, or they will be barred, and all thoso indebted to said
estate wil I make immediate payment
julyJ4 41-81' JNO. A. IRVINE. Adm'r.
LETTERS of administration having been granted to thennder-
jigned on the estate of William Parks, a deceased soldier, no-
tice is hereby given to all per ons indebted to said estate to make
immediate pi ment and those having claims to present them duly
authenticated within th- time prescribed by law or they will L
baned aiur. 11 SM53 HENRY PARKER-
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