The Texas Republican. (Brazoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 49, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 8, 1835 Page: 3 of 4
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to nave started m an max -wees ior '-jur"&iau-ijuvir vn. nV iwu -- r -r-r r-.
'''Texait'alsoateshat'GjngVess SntesrKS Richard.; '; & VMbaX
- was to meet on the i 9th to ary into? wdht a iqbd;Horse;one that-wili;ff;W 4 JOmWmSM9m I
' effect theewofrn'or-GovenVmeat; JL move HkeMAHOMETS at BQR-; XSxri d - Vr - - ":
A letter haa been'rebeivcd from Col.
- Austin as late as the 1st Julv be' was
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AK'andn'ott stumble "and break my rpHb utafersigned being- 'appointed!
r . . .iJj:.llfctmn"iVm OUlin.' -rt Pilot hv-.thft- IllllSt rinila 'ii.nh '
1 nmmiinip imi trnm a urisrnn chAnumr or u;siuuawj wiy
in defence5 of the course pursued by vn rods; any Cifizen having such a mientoofth Jurisdiction of CotumbXa
a meclinjrhekl at the town of-Anahuac-. Horse for saleforcrop pay can find a for the Bar of the 'Brazos takes this
; nlAn th Pv;n Liw. witl'MiR nvrnVnP.rbv aDolvins to Henry .Aus-' opportunity or informing all;" whom -it
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found in to-da's paper
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$ & W - -HAeS
B. BRIG!? AM & Co. havo just
'Q received -by the
". -v. .? ' t-Ji.lnili-niTO'nf mmr pniinprn ' tVint hi'jsk3ll ot.st1r-
Brazoria. " - adopt the foirowiagrnlesrInallages
HEKftlY AUSTHTs when ' vessels approach the Barwuf
' -Bolivar Aagust 8th; 183o.lt l prudent they will be boarded-if; not
uu9cic iu lunvmug oiguai9. x lie
faTinW l?!oTf fvill ka liniBffii tr'' tU "
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Ccesr a-gesleralasortrtentqf 1RY :A?T4S7 -V'A 1 LiU 'ToP ofthe Staff "at" h'5u water &
'GOOfOS GROCERIES IIARI). . -gH A. VI ilx' loca. crossingrthe Bar bringing' two white
UAKHJ a Alt Lift ut
. J SLJLffffl in Brazo- Flags with a' red Ball in each in;-a
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' &c &c. which they'ofrer to the pub gb-' Qgej.g his pro- nge;suouId itnotbe possible to board .
He wholesale or retail on accomodating S. ' i - -- a Vessel ahd not prudentfor a. Vessel'
terms. 1&W feSSl0D.al serVlceS to attempt to cross'the Bar1 the Mexi-
" Matagorda August 7th J 1833.49-ft. PM to the Cil. ien and cari Flag will be - hoisted half mast
W- ii'niVI.'ii4tl Mm Hrihkbitailts of'Tex-land under no' bircttmstances- wiU -tlie-
- $ IJ.rt f J i B's!sb&J " - . ft.i signals be exhibited.
THE undersigned having associated as. He hopes by Ills . pUUCU- R J; HASKINS3ran'chriPifot.
themselves in the Meicantile bu- ality and -SUCceSS tO merit a VelascoMay 9th' 1835.
sir.rs-;'atthe Townof RLitagoida un . r nublic faYOr. -P. S.The-undersigned has tirb'vided-
der the firm otb. . wngiiam x o. two Substantial Boats "'d'fhlP crew.
R. JOHN A.WHARTON is my an(j determniedto use every exertion
lawful Agent during .. absence in the discharge of his duties.
totbeUaited States. - F.'JHASKINS.
a24-'85 .. w. u. owiii --
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take this method or mtorming ine pun-
' lie that they will constantly keep on
.- hand a-general assortmeufof seasona-
ble and 'fresh goods.
' F. MILLS & Co.
BAML-- S. BRIGHAfc. 'Wp'tpr RQjlD. HJ&JVDT. JLrUSK
la August 7th i835.-49-tf. - J2j VV XlvsMS. -jgy iust 'received
.w IT a.A..MAa4-M- rrr
ik-3) m juns A INew roaa nas oeeu cm " ""
HAVE mst 'received from.
A New road has been cut oui irom jj ATe.Ynrk ri- avh aWv
this place totheBernardocrosS- TjPf 'r
ins at my house which shortens tne auuujauca vcrjt-ex-
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a "" ""BsTVlk. A -O " .1 1 :i A.An aheiftfn AMMnw.w A.. -.
!&- "WUC&lsTiS distance to Ueaar iaB o hiiioh pcisuua touoitc - oBHoriujeui 01
JK.15 VTCil 13 :ff0urto-or from Matagorda will find NEW AND SEASONABLE ;Bto-
.-""-m ATvrAWYnTV''-fhe-'27tllit gattto "thoir-ivMitflge. to- cross 1SH' FRENCH '-AND' AMERICAN;
HHANA; ? -i the Trivef "at mv house where there is DRY GOODS- "
TJaplL from the subscriber bo"at-a1ways at hand. All of which they offer For sale .
liwrig on the Brazos-river near - j. b.COWAN. ythe'Bale: Cat nrPW :
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reenegro jwwt New Qrlnsrofnv nh:
" -men one named Sterling very WR. Anson Jones respectful- A a assort-e of fagh
nlack thirty five to forty years MWy informsthe public that j .. .y
-of age about five feet eight or he has associated his Cousin clolbi .ine Guns podkW
-nine inches high. Joe a dark Dr Ira Joneawith himself m the Mster and duelIi is:
mulatto; about thirty five year? Practice ofthe Pf"!10 t6ls; a few medicine chestsHfor
of age five md a half feet high Brazoria July 25th 183o.-47-r-4w -
or thereabout. Richard a bright '
'mulatto thirty three years of "mm ' Vn viv
4xfiAl .nnH imlrl snoken. M ' ' will Pkactice MEDICCfE Sttbgebv
When he left his hair was very
thick arid "stood erect.
of them had ahotse one of
which was stolen. There is
almost a certainty that the ne-
"Will Practice Mediocre
AVJNG located . himself rBBiZ??'Se'?W l?
.r i i k' Tlvwn ' ". v 01 a.'u. w a muia is dv mutual con-
croes were stolen by 1 nomas fnr ihf ' naA nr nractisino- ont aaiIa Lksm.
L.Nerson who will probably Medicine Surgery. &c; is now dation those having claims against
endeaVDliir to take them to the rfisul tft 'nin J - business lhem wiIl please present henr for Pay:'
Statft of MississhiDi. - JNerSOn : u-l - ti: ic ment and those indebted are reoiesd
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A hm j 1 fc -i Wn W v WnVf nKWnF aa44Jk
i iiiittvrs iiiiiiiiuiiniK iitiviiiKiiL.iii ntifi.H
is about thirty hve years ot age door to Mt 0iiriChaffih. By factory arrangemenwothermsein
sixfeetnngh orupwardsis yery strict attention to businessto- dulgence-wiu-nvt be given.
'slim and his hair remarkable uw. -:fii u ctbe0vhiAh A.G. MHIs
N. B. 'The business vwill in Mnfe
to-p.thfer with thi sitfft'srs" which
eji; speaks quick and has a has attended alortir course 6f
twill be given on
saia negroes ai my nousu or a patt0f that public pa-trotiafte?6"."-
$50for either. . g:ch has tjn fiblerallv will besod at reasonable prices fq
v '- -WrTTTTAM HONTFR wnicn nas Deen so iiuerau i. cast and on-theusual credit to-jatie
' Fort Settlement Julv 4th -1835 Stowed on UlS DrOtUerS an ane tualuslomers
j- nhi? umiTn vn . m. - ' -
"J7; practice in 4he United states be conducted by Robe a Wilis .and
dehvefy Ot the r theuYorth. hphonns to share David' GIHkin the na&eW'etyfe
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The Texas Republican. (Brazoria, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 49, Ed. 1, Saturday, August 8, 1835, newspaper, August 8, 1835; Brazoria, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth80268/m1/3/?q=%22flag%22: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.