TEXAS GAZETTE AND BRAZORIA COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
TEXAS GAZETTE AND BRAZORIA COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. The Texas Gazette and Brazoria Commercial Advertiser, a weekly newspaper, was published at Brazoria, probably between March and July 1832. Godwin Brown Cottenqv seems to have moved the press of his Texas Gazette from San Felipe to Brazoria and to have subsequently added the remainder of the name. Cotten was working for Daniel W. Anthony on the Constitutional Advocate and Brazoria Advertiser in 1833.
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