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U.S. Customs - July* No. « w Y k t Itnporteruand X » ,...
July* No. « w Y k t Itnporteruand X » , Notion*, Uood», O T U B . K B 8 Havo cotice, York 3NEVT NO LONGER. Texas Almanac : F'O B 188 t. ID KKICRiin'9 fiCIDI TO TEX IS, W. * I. KICHAMDMN A CO , TEXAS. Will be Itsued Early in Jketmber, 18W. In addition to t;be ii?unl Calendar Ta- j bleu, calculated for the meridian of Austin, md other statltics properly belonjrinff to j almaBKc, It w 1 ^! cootaJn tbe following articlen, nhmely: HISTORICAL REMINISCENCE, PRECEDING 'JHE TEXAS BEVul.UTION, embracing a. memorUl in relation to tlnlted States Indiana : Convention of the of Brazorla: The Bexar Remonstrance : Improvementa going on at that poriod : Formal Declaration of Grievances, by the Aynntamlentoa of Austin Colony in 1832: Memorial to tbe General Con.Trsas of ibe United Mexican States: Prece(:ding8 of tbe Convention of 183(i: Tbe Declaration of Tciisn Independence, and Ll;e name? of thaia who signed that Docament: KesoJutions ndopted by the Convention ftlarcb 1C, 1836: Executive Oidinunce of tbe Convention, defining tlie jrorer:3men£fff£ interim : Decreo estabUBb- inp Naval Depot at Galveston, and making it a Port of Eniry: Executive Orders to the Commander of the steamer Cayu;»a, also declaring Martial Law fa Gslvwston : Executive Letters to Meesra. Peter W. Grayeon and James ColUneB- worth; Oon^eniplated Eipedition to Wat-. amornp: Executive L«tter: THE LONE STAR OF TEXAS. FRONTIER PuOTEuTION IN TEXAS. ( ^ G E N E R A L DIRECTIONS TO IMMIuKA3?T, with infor - mation ae to climate, soil, h«iltb price of liiTjd, yield per acre, price of tbe common necessaries of lift), great facilities for acquiring a comfortable independence, c. t ic, PACIFIC RAILROADS AND ROUTES. THE UNION PACfFFC RAtl.LIOAD. VICKSBURG SDREVEPORT AND TEXAS RAILROAD. THE INTERS'ATIONAL PACIFIC RAILROAD. THE COAL-BEDS OF TEXAS, by S. Buckley. GRAPE CULTURE IN" TEXAS, by VFm. Watson, Brsnhiim. IMMIGRATION.. .TEXAS INDIANS. I N L A N D COAST NAVIGATION OF TEXAS RAILROADS AND STAGE ROUTES. IRON IN TEXAS. SORGHUM (2 articles.) CALIFORNIA CLOVER. HAY, AS MADE IN TEXAS. PRODUCTIONS OF TEXAS ENUMERATED. TRANSPLANTING EVERGREENS IN TEXAS. TEXAS PRAIRIES. HEDGE FENCES IN TEXAS. NEW PLAN OF CONTRACT WITH FREEDMEN. T H E IMMIGRANT'S FIRST 3 YEARS TJCX-^S, ^S A SMALL FARMER. TEE RAMIE PLANT. CASTOR BEAN vs. 'OTTON. SEA ISLAND COTTON, WHEAT LW DRILLS. U P L A N D KICK. CLIMATE OF TEXAS, with therms metrical tublea aod Tables of Rain, in each month troiu January, 1SGS, to Octo-. 1808. TEXAS COTTON CROP FOR 18G3. PACKING BEEF IN TEXAS. THE COAST L V N D S OF TEXAS. MEAT QUESTION, with various modes of cnrinir meat. CATTLE DISEASE AND ITS CURE. PROFITS OF M A N U F A C T NEW BRAL'NFELS WOOLEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY. THE COMMERCE OF TEXAS, ehow- ing the imports aod exports from Sept. 30:b, 1807, to Oct. 1st 18C3. CUTOM-HOUSES, IN TEXAS, em^ bracing tbe districts of Qiilveetoa, Sal aria, Cbristi and Brazos de Santiago, vFJtb the different ports of ectry and de-* livery attached to each, with names of collectors ; also, a Hdt ot r the Eatat's aad duties of employees of the Custom-House at Galveston, utc., «tc. THE VAHIODS TROOPS SAVING IN TEXAS (Fifth Military District), with list of Guns-rat Reynolds' stuff, aad tbe rtlicers in command at the different stations. THE PRESENT TAX LAW OF TEXAS, bolni: have Its

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 29 Nov 1868, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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