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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Independent Chronicle — 15 October 1843

? P#i' : ■■ v * ;J „V W ! ! rttfrcni VOL. L BY SAMUEL BANGS, assa «I tDTOCATI THI RIGHTS—ARB ICIO ta CITY OF GALVESTON, MONDA PROSPECTUS Inhimltnt eftronlrlr. S&UWKL' bastos. EDITOR, PRINTER. PUBLISHER. * PROPRIETOR. mBE aaderaignod proposes to establish ntaMiint * intbaCity ofQalveaton, a Weekly Family News-I'a- par, to be styled the INDBrcnuerrr ennowowi, u ji| rather I continuation of the "Commercial Chronicle," the publication of which waa auapended only for a timo; to bo devoted to Politico, Literatura, Commerco and Arta. Tba loading feature in our political department, will bo a firm and dteiitd etand against tbo prominent mcaaurea and policy of the preaent adminiatration; believing, that from a /sir and imparM preaentation of /act*, without pereonal or rancouroua abuae of party, that wo will be able to convince on boneat and intelligent People, that auch neaaurea and ■Mb policy, are not only in opposition to the beat interesta oi our country, but subversive of the fundame...

Publication Title: Independent Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Independent Chronicle — 15 October 1843

w®~- H SAMUEL BANOa, Méor. ■WtHUVWHra OIVB VP TUB KniF" oonauER low na, OALTESTOW, MONDAY, OCTOBER, IS, IMS. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Tb« communications of "CritoH and "A Taxian* which will be found in our columns of to-day, though lengthy, are well worthy of the perusal and attention of our readers. We hope to hear from him again. "Philo" appeared too late for insertion this week, but will be published in our next. We would respectftilly inform the author of •«Sketches of Characters in Galveston," that though we allow his article to possess wit and perchance some truth,'yet in the present state of society, «truth being a libel" we must de- cline his favor; on any other subject we would be pleased to hear from him. "A Political Squib," is of too personal a na- ture, and too full of gross errors, to find ad- mittance-—although we cannot offer our col- umns, we can our advice to the author, it is that he will give to the study of grammer and muthography as much attention, as he appears to h...

Publication Title: Independent Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Independent Chronicle — 15 October 1843

If \ \ N jfc: ;4> l « e been acting in bad faith to the people of Texas; be doea not wiah to «oil hia akirta with the crime of treason, and were be to adktrt to the enemies of the republic and render them aid and support, be would bring himself within the definition of treason under the constitution. Pr™d.ent Houston's definition of treason, as ex- pressed in his late fantastical fulminations against Commodore Moore, is sufficiently ridiculous; and baa excited the contempt and deriaion of all intclIU Bmt, unbought men, to whom it has come greeting! ut this present definition of a crime which seems bauntiiigly familiar to hia own imagination, is a very climax of literary nonsense and positive folly. That "continuing the correspondence" with Yucatan, she waa in arms and warring with an implacable enemy, Mexico, who has made frequent attempts to •rray the Indians both of Texas and the United States against us, should constitute treason against Texas! it a conceit worthy a more perfe...

Publication Title: Independent Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Independent Chronicle — 15 October 1843

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Publication Title: Independent Chronicle
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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