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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1835

133g9fv hf'-lL r TELEORAPII T: " y. v J4 . r J " v - " r 3 w XOL.I. am F,elipe de Austin, Saturday, October 10, 1885; JYO.fc "W -:"iw-y 4k - ' Sv. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY JSAKEIfc & BORDERS SAN FELIPE DE AUSTIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ETE -DOLLARS per annum, if 'paid in advance. SIXTDOLLARS per annum, if paid at the expiration of six months; and SEVEN DOLLARS per annum, if not paid until the end o'f the year. No subscription "will be received "for a less term than -sijc months, and no subscription will'be discontinued un- til the expiration of the term subscribed ior, unless af the option of -the "proprietors. TERMS. OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements occupying eight lines or less, One Dol- lar for the first and Fifty Cents'f or eacji subsequent in- sertion. Longer advertisements in tne same proportion; FROJI THE ITALIAN. Lady, not for her we sigh, Loving only fashion's dye, And her charms to every eve t, r i. Revealing; J- . But -vve lovfltail maid In sweet mHp&fT"3 "All h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1835

' -wrV & ?JL fr- and in a skorttime, vith their aid? arrested i gang of about twenty pickpockets, who rtere identified by the sprig which had serv- ed them as a signal of recognition and fel-. fowship Tgoy (N. Y.) Sentinel. Conversation may be compared to a lyre vioh seven chords philosophy, art, poetry, pdtics,love, scandal, and the weather. , Mrs. Jameson. Painting Fits. -Fits; by the way, are fauge things. Like the hen bird, which "'J?f""! the faculty of retaining her egg till an Jtpiopriate nesf is built and ready for its 6i"(eption, so a lady seems to have the power " jiT'knHlinfr nn henf Jivarprins till tliprfi is lifiln hand, with a chance of hartshorn and r IC1 j CLXI.U. GcVlXJ XXLLXllg C,VJJ.XIJ1J.X4AX' Jrlii Major Ualuey says, m tiie Jealous wire, - tii,j y0U eve. near 0f ner falling into a fit ; itflip.n vnn xvp.rp. Tint hv? Was sTir ever r . jp ; y ;. . ,J , .,.. s--r Tpimd m convulsions in her closet r . - Hood's Tylney Hall. In digging ponds in the interior of coun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1835

TELEGRAPH. 3 Colonel S. P. Austin left this place on the 8th inst. for the head- quarters of the Army of Texas, with the expectation of returning previous to the 15th inst. so as to take his seat as a member of the Consulta- tion, which is to convene on that day. In the present excited state of the public mind, it is necessary that every item of in- formation which can throw the least ray of light upon the subject of our present difficul- ties, should be" placed before the public. Unfortunately for Texas, the real cause of these difficulties has not been understood ; and until lately it was not generally believ ed that a change had taken place in the general government"; Many reports, calcu- lated to arouse the people to a sense of their danger, have been circulated, and the ex- citement has continued until the people, seeing no appearances of the predicted storm have concluded that they have been alarmed at shadows, and that no real danger has existed. That some of these reports we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1835

. .r TELEGRAPH. fw proposes that commissioners be sent to ex- amine the land titles of the colonists, and that those who have received authentic titles from the government be allowed to remain in the country; but that the others should be. driven across the Sabine by an armed force. This is but one instance of the many to which we might refer our readers ; Tjut ' this we deem sufficient at present, as the public are, doubtless, already convinced up- on this subject. In another part of this paper it will be seen that the blow has already been struck, and that success has attended our arms in ihe first engagement. ., The alarm is sound- ed,vand the friends of the Constitution, and ol constitutional liberty, are called upon to . rally for the defence of their families, their Iioraes, and their possessions. Volunteers from different parts of the country are continually moving towards the western frontier, to repel the troops of the central government, who'have already en- tered Texas in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1835

f TELEGRAPH. 'J politics : I was arrested, and have suffered a long persecution and imprisonment. I consider it to be my duty to give an account of these events to my constituents, and will therefore at this time merely observe that I have never, in any manner, agreed to any thing, or admitted any thing, that would compromise the constitutional or vested rights of Texas. These rights belong to the people, and can only be surrendered by them. I fully hoped to have found Texas at peace and in tranquillity, but regret to find it in commotion; all disorganized, all in anarchy, and threatened with immediate hostilities. This state of things is deeply to be lamented: it is a great misfortune, but it is one which has not been produced by any acts of the people of this country: on the contrary, it is the natural and inevi- table consequence of the revolution that has spread all over Mexico, and of the impru- dent and impolitic measures o both the general and state governments, with respect ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1835

6 TELEGRAPH.. from Bejar from unquestionable authori- ty, which, in the opinion of this Committee, calls for the prompt attention of the people. The substance of this information is, that general Cos was expected at Bejar, on the 16th of this month, Avitk more troops; that he intended to make an immediate attack on the colonies;, that there was apian to try and foment division and discord among the people, so as to use onepart against the other, and prevent preparation; and that the real object is to b'reak up the foreign settlements in Texas. This Committee have no doubt of the correctness of this in- formation, and therefore recommend That the people should maintain the po- sition taken by them at their primary meet- ings to insist on their rights under the federal Constitution of 1824, and the law of the 7th of May of that year, and union with the Mexican confederation. That every district shoukTsend members to the general Consultation, with full powers to do whatever may be nece...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1835

'5 ' ' . ? j ; 'rl sV"- ,41 TELEGRAPH. " . 41 ST I V !,1 I,.'! &' I ft NL n .gered by the measures and projects of the Bustamante administration. On this prin- ciple the people of Texas supported, gene ral Santa Ana to defend the Constitution of 1824, and the federal system. This gene- ral was enthusiastically supported Tjy every Hberal and free Mexican, and by the friends of the federal system in every parfof the nation. With this suppoit he triumphed. He became the man of the people the protector of the federal system the oracle of public opinion the arbiter of the na- tion' political destinies. How has lie used this power, thus acquired? Let the' milita- ry despotism now enthroned in Mexico up- on the ruins of the federal system let the friends of this system, who are now groaning in prisons or wandering in exile let the Con- stitution of 1824, which still raises its dying voice frombeneath the feet of military usurpations-let the free and impartial in Mexico and in the whole...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 October 1835

i fcS 12 ,Tj!lA-r;. Stira TELEGRAPH. &v J Era 1 fe , 4- " iliali p.nstnTTi-linnsps nnrl dpf.nnhmfints of lyKs army where he thought fit." &&ff A letter-from Bejar says, "tne people S'lSmnd- itVipr siihmir. nr nrftnnrft for defence: 7&k?ii the. intfinf.inn is to march into the colonies. ,JJlaitid regulate the land affairs, and a great WWnY tnmgs, by military force ; also, to clear tftll3Se country of what .they choose to call va- 1 jirants-(&c." t '!?v Information' which is relied. on, has been received from the interior, that the states of Zacatecas and Guadalaxara have risen and taken up arms in defence of the Constitu- tion of 1824, and in support of the federal system : also, that there are insurrections in the state qfJTamaulipas, in favor of the same cause: flso, that the republican general, Juan .Alvarez, has gained a victory pver the government troops in the south of 'Mexico. A)hthese, and all the freeman of Mexico, are mow fighting for the samp cause that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1835

- 31ko v-RK-WJPVV S! tr n y.4 v a '2? ,K. - . , .fe$- s,,' . - -a 3P tS55 fffIft?lflVTf1 v. - . &$XJT$ 1 A Jur 1-rfii -ri-vs - j-irif.. -r.."jS i- iirn? "- c j Z4t .-SJ4" -. tg, . Jr1- T V li:l TEL EG- AH ff !- JF.. II cw MS-..5- 'i-. 3 t a AM.'TEXA8" REGISTER. ft H -., w w Sail Felipe de Austin, Satnrjday, October, 17, 1835. JfO.2. rr: 'fc-WsSSfflSi -1 C '- i r " v . t (. i '" i v . , ,s 4 " ""v 1 - r , i hr- ' U ' !. PJJBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY i i - SArTFELIPE DE AUSTIN.- ,TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION. . nVE-DOLLAR'S,Per annum, ipaid in advance- ' SIX DOLLARS per annum, if paid at the expiration of six months; and , )..- ri 'T SEVEN DOLLARS per annum, if not jaid until the end of the1 year. ' ' JNo subscription will be received foraless,term than 'six months, and no subscription will be discontinued un- til the expiration of the term1 subscnbedtfor, unle'ss at the option, of the proprietors. ' Subscribers not residing within the limits of Texas, are feguired to paytfri advanced l "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1835

p-ssrl wta -ti'wsar- ' -"rvagsps?: : Vs! JN;i r-" --vws r?s-..;'Hkf?i&'"x-i- .--A&i ss?5segg,aiS4--sfe - TW S .SESESfiJSgf. ?. 1SwrJiSSiSg3Wte.P' o&aRi gs'ii-r; ir'-sr"!?- - - .va-c. : &S&&1. -TEIiEGUAPH. a2t-'T z s-ss 74& i -F z&&&&z?m&m imBWjaa-iteiBs-msaMi-lKsrns " . .i&zm? "Cg-.-Jgi ".rr - VS- .. rj- . ,..-i--t.-i . i-UjWaj-" W-i-V,Tr33ZS',WSiEKSl &'w5t: .. ssw-w-r - ,;,w . -' -- gsgr, -"Vs 10 - i.-" : , f E.V tion from blushinffsjcheeks TH nnd blushing O -"M -- J -.' "" 1 fame and victory ana roses--and from love to be torn away from these pleasures by the humming of a mosquito ftat wose approach the enchanted spell was broKen, and every vestige of my happy vision melt- ed away it was too bad, it was miserable. I lay upon my couch in a state of pitiable melancholy, mourning over the sad certainty that I was only my poor humble self that I had not been the wonder, of the world that I had not even seen a battle'. I had nof 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1835

v TE'L'EGrlFAPH. -&.-. 11 t - fj: Of some governments, thefounda- rion has been laid, necessity, of others in fraud, of others in force; of how few indeliberate and discerning choice. TEIilCrllPH. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1835. Persons holding subscription papers for the Tele graph areirequested to return them to the office as soon as practicable, that the papers may be forwarded to sub- scnbers Mr. Thom vs H Borden is authorized to receive sub- scriptions, appoint agents, and transact any other busi- ness connected with the Telegraph 1 All documents or communications in-t tended for this paper, should be handed in as early in the 'week, asipracticable, to ena- ble us toHmake the proper arrangements, and to have them put in type onthe even- ing previous to the day of publication. We name this, because the present number has been somewhat delayed on tins account, and to prevent, if possible, a recurrence of ne- glect in this matter. As a large nnmber of our subscribeis are absent fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1835

"553 X 12 TUL3SGRAPH. 4' i ' ' - By"an express which arrived here on Tuesday last,, from (Guadalupe Victoria, we learn that a small detachment of our army, commanded by captain Collinsworth, had taken possession of the town of Goliad (Labahia). They entered the town about 11 o'clock, P. M, on the 9th inst. marched into the fort, by breaking down the door of the church which communicated with it, and after a short skirmish, in which one soldier was killed, and three wounded, the garrison surrendered. On the part of the colonists, one man was slightly wounded in the shoul- der. The officers were lieutenant-colonel Sandoval, captain Savariego, and ensign Garza,, who were put in charge of colonel Benjamin R. Milam, -to be conducted to head-quarters at Gonzales. In the fort were found stores to the amount of $10,000, and about tnree hundred , stands of arms. There were in the vicinity, a considera- ble number of horses belonging to the mili- tary, which, at the time the express left, had...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1835

I TSl&BAPir. 13 ?3 servation, and their determination to sus- tain them at every hazard. Ifj in all coun- tries, and at all times, jreforms have been dangerous, they would be particularly so in Coahuila and Texas at-present. Connect- ed with a powerful and.flourishing republic, and a considerable portion of its territory being already inhabited by thousands of men who cannot easily accommodate themselves to that versatility in the most important acts of the public administration, the reforms which are contemplated would highly com- promit, not only the order and internal tran- quillity, but the very integrity of the nation- al territory. To effect these reforms, opin- ions have been expressed in that august body, so unreasonable as to suppose the present general Congress invested with the power of changing the Constitution at plea- cure. It is not understood, sir, how a na tional representation which owes its origin to the existing fundamental compact, can have the right of refo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1835

14 T-ELE GRAPH. JSfc. , F-Tt ; tn Bi p republican principles guaranteed to us in, that- Constitution, which we have sworn to support. We are. no- alarmists or revolutionists; and. arepositively and uniquivocally oppos- ed to any declaration of independance, un- less driven to it in the last resort, as the only means of sustaining the rights and dig- nity of freemen, without which -we should regard life as valueless, and of no earthly account. v We have always been willing heretofore to submit to any constitutional regulations for the enforcement ofjthe revenue laws ; but, in .the -existing! aspect of our relations with the 'general government, we -shall op- pose the .ingress of any armed force-of Mexicans, no matter- in what number, ror upon what pretext they may come. iWe ,have been heretofore peace-men. We have been , opposed to any acts of aggression on our' part. We have been most ardently desirous for peace, so long as peace could berhad'upon honorable terms. But knowing, as we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1835

-- -- ti-r irt . k f -,i J1? -t . 1 TBIsE,6JlAP,H. 15 - iiy-BEEa EB-wr;'! - ;V) every sense, will be accountable to God and to the nation, and on them will fall the con- sequences in due time. You' will be pleased to gird a full account to liis excellency the President pro. tern, for his satisfaction,, and receive, the assurances of -my estimation; and I communicate it to yea .for, your knowledge, and satisfaction. Gpd and- 'Liberty. General Quartei s of .Zacatecas, Mayllth, 1825. " - AJVTONIOJLOPEDE SANTA ANA. Since writing the above; it is ascertained that2700iof the,enemy are, taken prisoners : LOPEZ DE SANTA ANA. RESOLUIONS Passed by the Committee of Vigilance and i Safety of tlieMunicipfdity of SanAugils- tin on the 6th inst. and concurred in by the Committee of the municipality of Nacog- doches, on the Sthinst. ('CoMMITTDE-R.OOMSANAUGUSTIE, I October 6, 1835. 'WliereaSi in, the present emergency or- ganiaztion and energy of. action are.neces- 5 Jill 1 , ' . OJ . tt i sary,' an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 October 1835

- M&3S&k&aB - . Jf -wi ' .- "'-.-. -j.' i .'J"'i. a?. al lfc TELEGRAPH. - r t tf K' 1 whole body'retired precipitately, and took possession of their old position, about three to four hundred yards distant. Our troops tlienv, moved on in good order and placed themselves in a cornfield, the late occupied ground of the enemy, where we found some few horses and some baggage that had been left. The fence was then levelled opposite our cannon. A parley was then sounded by the Mexican commander, anda.Mr. Smi- thers, who had been taken prisoner by the! Mexicans on his way from Bejarto Gonzales arrived and informed colonel Moore that the Mexican commander, desired a confe- rence, which, was agreed to, but in themean- time we posted to get possession of Wil- liams' plantation, houses, &c. which we oc- cupied. M this time the fog had entirely dissipated, and presented both armies fair- ly in view of each other, about 350 yards distant.' The commanders of both armies then advanc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1835

AiD TEXAS REGISTER u k' A i m VOL.1. Spaa. Felipe de. Austin, Monday, October 26, 1835. -3L?2 . N0.3'fh Jh PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY ' BAKEB & BOBJI, SAN FELIPE DE AUSTIN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. FIVE DOLLARS per annum, if paid in advance. SIX DOLLARS' per annum, it' paid at the expiration of six months; and SEVEN DOLLARS per annum, if not paid until the ,end of the year. No; subscription will bereceived for a less term than six months, and no subscription will.be discontinued un- til the expiration df the term subscribed for, unless at the option of the proprietors. Subscribers not residing within the limits of Texas, are required to pay in advance. t TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements occupying eight lines or less, One Dol- lar" for the first, and Fifty Cents for each subsequent in- sertion. Longer advertisements in the same proportion. IMBY AUTHORS' MODES OF WRITING. What various, attitudes, and ways, . And tricks we authors have in writing: While some write sitting, some...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1835

"A " ..? - -c. j2 i, fr- vrsk 01 ,-. 453 SaSCS 18 sfi 9T3& .Avvxv "5 MSfc - a4'. V k. - s , ;&"vi -t turn rapidly "on their steps, and present themselves in the channel, before the Eng- lish were well aware that they had crossed the line. Master, in this way, of a pre- ponderating force, riding irresistibly m the channel, heVould have embarked on board his flotilla the troops with which he would have made himself master of London, and revolutionized England, before that im- mense marine, which he never could have faced when assembled together, could have collected for its defence. These different expeditions, long Tetained in their different harbors, had at length set sail ; the troops had received orders to be ready to put themselves instantly on board ; the instruc- tions to the general had foreseen every thing, provided for every emergency; the vessels assigned to each troop, the order in which1 they were to fall out of the harbor, were all fixed. Arms, horses, artillery,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1835

- - if-j ;M TELEGRAPH. fc ? '""eprqduced by a single spark. How often Syhave we seen a thoughtless traveller, or ? truant lad,',stop on his way, and with flint steel and spunk, to gratify an idle curiosity, kindle the mighty flames which consume ten thousand aires of grass, while his eyes are. enjoying the glorious feast. We feel certain, "however, that could these persons be made sensible of the incon- venience to -which they subject us by such inconsiderate acts, they never would burn their prairies. It would1 be reasonable to suppose that the evils of this practice .would have been clearly seen by the inhabitants of San Felipe and its vicinity, in the winter and spring of 1824. , The bones of our fellow creatures, the cow, horse, ox, and mule, are yet strewed around that town, the bleached and whitened monuments of starvation occasioned by the untimely burn- ing of our prairie grass, the previous fall. We greatly lament to see this outrage upon our rights already commenced this f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 26 October 1835

i- f-?v: &i$fiZ. &? Js?) TELEGRAPH. cepTgeneral convention of the states east -'itio del INorte, tor tne purpose oi Jidpting salutary measures, for the benefit r$re commonwealth. This was to have T&kei&place on the 14th instant. Mean- Jamglgjneetings have been held in Colum- n&xtiid most of the principal cities, to stimulate the Texonians to this convention. rihete can be as little doubt of the right o&HMxas to object to the system of centra- DsaJ pr a consolidated goyernment, as to consent. She was an integral yet sove- rejgh state of a federal republic, and can- nofpe induced into the action of any differ- ent form of government, without the con- sent of her citizens, .or by means of a mili tary -coersion. Emigrants took lands under -a republican government ; and to such only do they owe allegiance. That was supposed to'Tte guaranteed'to them, and they are not btfunU to be component parts of any dicta- torial or monarchical government, adverse to the protec...

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