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Wiaco; . The Journey was not inade without been rearedin the Jacksonian school of his party
enc*unters with I dians in Mexico and incidents and was unaterably opposed to the promulgated
c-harctered by more or less excitement and peril. --doctrine of seceson, pon the firm conviction that
Whleat Ctieandising. In 1856 he wa elected Chief Justice Amanda Brooks, of Corpus Christi, and formerly
(aow styled Cotnty Judge) of Starr County. In of Maetta, Ohio. She is a lady of mai y charming
was examwined and admitted t pratce qualities of mindand heart and h s, or nearly half
iw!th e u ofurtl of the State.* . a eentury, shared with him the pleasures of a
j Jug e.Kelsey'S extensive and growing business uniformly happy domestic life. They have one
I: nteresat hvewever preluded even a thought of daughter, Anna.
pract icin iw,.eveIn it the local courts, although In' wat may be termed the evening of life, still in
Oftren pr ddos. Up to 1860 he pursued the full possession of all his faculties and blessed with
vienor of hi cu ion. a merchant, attending a igorous constitution, he leads the quiet and
4iliP'saandia~wu4 pei~Ou;lW buWwom life that becomes " the sag* of
D. R. WINGATE,
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f Orang, Texas, was this time he hlost over half a million dollars by
born Tebtary 2O0h181 l t District, firehis perseverance and business abilities hwe
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R t P.tinate,. -plced i a.iu ti the lead, and prosperity now
owas brn in rth Car-iiuo aiidis tirte rhi
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aatbaK y> WW te,i in S t Bab a wir of his areeris hate has always taken advantage
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Brown, John Henry. Indian wars and pioneers of Texas, book, 1880~; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6725/m1/886/: accessed April 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .