The Texas Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 26, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 17, 1830 Page: 1 of 5
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TEE TEXAS GAZETTE.
.ennnts wounded poiural .Nicolas C.iinlun one
aptain and nine subaltern'. He spinks in high
Tin of the good conduct nnd bravery of his officers
ind men and says the enemy fought with despera-
tion. Information from General Gabriel Annjo to tho
23d of April represent thiit General a b ing in San
Antonio dc la- lluertas with his division which are
-tated to be under fine discipline mid in high spirit"
on hi- nvirch tb attack the fortress of llnrat!n nt the
foot ofthc Mountain of Santiago defendi d by a re-
volutionary force under the command of Codallos
he expected to arrive there alioiil the '-''tl .
On the 2Gth ult. in the Hrazo oppo-ite tlii plnce
Mr. KuwARn Harris :i native of In land aged
about 30 car.
OTICF. i hereby given to rnpti j mntcr
Lh uwm i and rtimiuiinders o( veel boiinil for
this port or to any of the water of T a that n
Manifest of the Cargo and I'asM'iicer l.i't per ripli-
cate in the Spanish language will be inpiired bv the
Uo.irding Officer of thi Cu-tom Iloti'C in mediately
after coming to anchor. '1'he Manife-t u ust specify
each bale barrel box package or parel with its
respective mark and number de-ribiin: tl c quantity
and quality ol the poods it contain l p cifving the
number of iiece. measures or wei'ht of men parcel
' or package. All good that may be loin d on board
any vcuel without being thus dcx-nlu-d in the man-
lest will be subject to seizure; likewru ull thoc
wfcich may differ in quantity or quality from the
descriptioa given in the uiaiufr.t. The Passenger
Listwatt contain the name nation age anil occu-
patiM of each passenger ; ul-n the p.i orts which
tbjvsnay have to enter this country. Manifest nnd
aHBrcr List must be signed bfe Urn Mi sican Con-
OT we rfcrt of departure of the vessel. All passen-
gers brought witbont passports will b detained and
commamiers coapeiicd to carry tbeoi tak. j be
revenue laws of tbis nation will be rofiiiawafcaiast
GARDENER AND SEEDSMAN
sfTkNFORMS his friends nnd the public that after
iX very considcrnble Inbor and exertions he has
it in his power to offer a very hnndsome asortmentof
which have been put up in a very careful manner in
the state of Connecticut. And also tome of huown
raising in this country.
From the preent prospects of his nurery he fecit
warranted in assuring those who arc desirous of ob-
that he will have it in his power to supply them in
considerable abundance nnd vnriety. As he intends)
making bi bread among his in ighbors nnd friends by
his exertions in bis Nursery and Garden; it will bo
his tudy to devote every nttention both in the pro-
duction n well ns in bis endeavor to nlene nnd
therefore confidently hoe in a shnre of public pa-
tronage. His Garden and residence are sitnated
about a mile nnd n quarter from this town on the
Creek opposite the residence of Mr. Snml. M. Wil-
liam May 29
LL the HKALnnd PERSONAL PROPERTY
of the subscriber; consisting of one
LEAGU13 OF LAND
lving on the east side of tbe river Brazos known a
No. II. ALSO one half
LEAGUE OF LAND
on the west tide of tbe mer Brazos nt the
La Bnha (Goliad) crottinf; this proper-
ty has hem improved sad u sow occupi-
ed by the subscriber: together wita a mint-
all coratnanden of vesaefc who do-not COBrply with
uic uuiitc ungiiiiiiw. '
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JnheS : ' . Collector.
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SEALED PROPOSALS ' b received antil
the fin dav of Aanst ueit. at this Cuto
Hontc for ftbildissf briek boate at Brasot Bar ffl
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Cotten, Godwin Brown. The Texas Gazette. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 26, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 17, 1830, newspaper, March 17, 1830; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80042/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.