The Texas Gazette. (San Felipe de Austin, Tex.) Saturday, October 24, 1829 Page: 2 of 3
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' "ij tf "v " v tiliisssssssssr i
r'w repeat the friendly admonition and say to tran-
t o!t.imt not upon tnrio but co immediately'
nd .-igiin "We nre forry to saj :i far a uur
kn.-iwledge extends the nntnber that recover bear a
very small proportion to thoe who die. The lists of
m rtality have been frightfully swelled these few
tract of a letter from u gentleman of tho firU rc-
pectabihty in the City of Ncw-Orlcan to u
gentleman in this place dated Sept. '2.
'There is a report here that an cx'dition of about
0 Spaniard is intended to be 'ent against Tcxn-;
von will please commutuc.itc tin to Colonel Autin. '
tltat he may organize the militia of his colony. I do
itot myself place any confidence in this report but
lining no personal acquaintacc with him think it
If-t to communicate through you.
Commodore Laborde with his 74 gun 'hip and 2
bn-sofwar with i transports arc at anchor oirthe
liilizc for the double purpose of watering provi-
sioning and taking away the 500 troops laying at
tnc Tum. They find much ditficulty in getting a-
war as -the Collector here i-. not disponed to let
thea coin any thing but Spani-h :hiis and then to
give bonds that they will not gj to Uic .Mexican
coast. This is as it should be."
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Tor tin-lir-t tune in mirlms we hate the plea-urc
to ieerd an in-tame ol !!- it.-irt ilion life by
brum) "n Sunit.ij aflrrtiODii the hi-.nl waiter in
iii:e til our eliii-ir iMi.irdui;; linn- n-tind tolu-
i h.iiuber lor a liort nap; mid to niH t hun-rll iroin
il.- ! !. took with luiii i kt-tlli-oflmrntne t-hiiri-.i.il.
I A-iullil li.i-lHtln".-cleil In: w.loil-llirnr.ili-.!.
. griainl would liatr-iniiidieil had not one ol the boanl-
The Louisiana Courier says "V'i iri.. ... . to.oiiir hr.mdv. Ait could notbt
BAVE JUMT OPENED
The following letter from a com-iondcnt of the
Journal da Havre dated Madrid M iy II funu-hes
roafinaaton if any is wanting that the expedition
against Mexico is no joke.
Important ncwsisgiTcnrclativefo Mexico. Spain
is about to put into immediate execution the plan
which hat been suspended by France and England
to bring the Mexicans again nnder the laws of the
mother country. An army of 20000 men arc re-
cruiting an ranom provinces in Spain. A regency
has been named its scat is to be fixed at Havana
until the events of the expedition will permit it to be
transferred to Mexico. Tho regency is to be compo-
sed thus Don Vivcs president; Arranro rouncellor
lor the Indies; Pinilloso iatendant of Havana ; Lal-
lave and Gencro ex-deputies of the Cortes ofSnain.
secretaries.- The rich proprietors of Havana make
maitux ui juw 10 aeiray me expences 01
the expedition. General Laborde if named captain-
general of the Island of Cuba.
Med of vellow fever in Ncw-Orlcnns on Friday
the 14th of August after 63 hours sickness in the
26th year of his age Mr. James E.B. Austin a
native of Potosi Washington county Missouri und
" fei11!? lart csht 3cars' a resillcnt of Tca He vis-
iter New-Orleans on business had been there but a
few days and was to have left there the day he was
Stimulated by a laudable enterprise Mr. Austin
while yet in his youth left tho comforts and theen-
loymenu 01 society and followed his brother Stephen
i. li.nl without mi intml lliekrv mid n tin m-were h
in the inil.it of tin- load u.ntir. In- Mtualion win.
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-non an i itiiiiii'ii .inn a:" r inn nuiir- toiiw
lilt ki run; lamp ol life w a- made to l.iirn linplit again. H
It i-i udi-uithat il all tin uiilivnlual had lieon mem-1
In r ut the T inpi ram e orict y the man woulil have
diril. v lliuilore panthi'.iyijrMrrfrftiUiPcn:-
ili; of mmloiH li.iimr-: wlmli iliiluiled from the
J'l :i i.'KK) lost annually Irom the ame cau-e Icuven a
Il ll.IIH.l- Ol VWJ. . IUH M.U.
.O'l'ICK. Wc the subscriber' pleilis ourM-lvrs
Axl to i-ai bother thulwe will nut Iiiki- ouj-jjw.
Afc'l' I" pajineiit for aii dibtsdue us nor for any
cuods wo mil) liaie to rll.
s JOSEPH URBJIK
COOI'Ett k CHEI'ES.
(Hl'EA' il. STOUT.
. HMI.TER C. WHITE.
.1. C- I'EYTIW.
.' i.Ex.i.in:n nuiin.
fi. It. COTTEJt.
M'UEonUE k IJiXG.
I. W. MOOHE.
Aii'tin Vrli. 0 IfttO
.... . . . i -i ui-unnt. ;n tkull
4DIM lil)'crilrt r inn ii ! Mm .w...w .........
JX Town for thelirruof ormyear where will be
tau-ht rtho;ranliT llradin' Writing Arithwctic
CJiopraphy and l!ii2li-h CJramar. HonnliiiR can
Im had for children in a number of respectable fumi-lii-.
on the mot rta-onahlc term". The strictrt at-
ti ntioti to the inipnneiiieiit maiinirianil mnnil ron-
durt of the pupil will be inil by the teacher who
illicit the patroiincc of a lib ral uublir.
' JAMFS NORTON.
Aniii rib.fi lf.l. . .
lr.- mU nnd the 1'ivij.
Iv infonn hi I
lie that he has lately remo-
SCHOOL for it better accommodation.
to the Sett lenient of McNul md Wrstall in OuliB
Prairie. A coinmodiou Hone hai been erectl
very eligibly itinteil beinc surrounded by beautiful
ihi'le" and l-.nt ten miles distant frum the Gu!.l
shore wit!i no timber between to prevent a free eT.
cnl itiiin of the S-i Breeze and no stacnant watt-rsi
near to render it deleterious to health Scholars'
wi-hini; to attend from a distance can bo aornmnjo.
.!. .;u iw.nnl nnilwnshinir. in nnmb r of t-p-
sneetablefimihts from ix to ten doling per iiioplt.
Terui of Tuition. Ileaiiin-r ani niinc . rp
month: I-neli'h Urimiunr iti-oerapnj ivmoic
Jli.inn. riniioition. Arilomniic Natural iio-i
. uuuj jqr. loinis couniry to snare tho toils nT jo 50 rents ner month ; Moril Philo.onhv 1. .lr h
and privations attendant on carrying into effect tho 'g nd Mathematics ?4 i.rr month. A str rt
grano: project of their deceased father Moses Austiu tP. jon the interests of the Schoo' i faithf-i ty
or rorming a settlement of enterprising and intelli- nroni;n and public natr .nire hnmbv oIirA.
sent emirtanU from the United State in tha wil.i.r. ' . T ' ' TfinMtS J. PILGRIM.
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Jin. 15. littO.-at.
new cf Texas
Tho prospects of the deceased were um A-iMnninr
anil he was iut berininr to realizn tnmn nfthn nln. .
sing hopes that had supported him thro' the arduous 1
difficulties and lordships which be fully shared in
..uuuuvu iiu iuu uii Bcucrsoi icxas aim in the'SW
'"" ; n" own lamuy lie enjoyed happiness aud W
ttannailitv. Vain and Heetinir are all hnmnn i.....
Ut ions death suddenly tore him from his trifc and
infant son his connexions and his. friends: to them
ins worm ana uie extent or their irreparable loss is
well known and most deeply felt. This rising com-
munity has lost an active member who was univc-r---illy
esteemed and whoso great ambition and ar-
dent exertions were closely connected with its pros-
verity and improvement: socictv has lost nm f;i
ori .'litest nmntnpnt ami iVu.ti.lJk:.. !. i.. .1 ? 1 1
- -.... ui.uua.uBucciiuepriTC'iii
Yl0 iir.NT. for ihe Term of on vear TJis;
' PT1.T. TV W belonuinc to the estate of th.e
lite l.-xan-ler Jackson on reeh Creek. ForterLa
ai lr l JiniPi wiiie'ne r.a. hi nuiuu m in
ii-ritAr on the San Jao"o.
J4U. 15 ICtJ ii. JACKSOi
auu scurvy! I
ofJne whose acts were as disinterested as is permit-
ted to human acts and human intentions to be. fa
1 1 011 iiiuiciciy i
Vhe ti'irrn of ipaia was burM on th10th JI.f.
in tin: vault lor children in the Monastery of tJiel--cnri.il
it i.ot be in:; Iawtul to inter those who die
without children in the vault for kings. Ilirr. -ni'iius
u-cro followed bv a great1 concourse of spcet-i-tora;
nho monk? priests ke. on horscriack or ;n
carriages lly her will she Ieavc nil IW jr-vel :ii
I'TMD il cflrcts to her atten-lac's ;t.-s:i:r '.h.''?
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Cotten, Godwin Brown. The Texas Gazette. (San Felipe de Austin, Tex.) Saturday, October 24, 1829, newspaper, October 24, 1829; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80039/m1/2/: accessed December 12, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.