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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate of the People's Rights — 22 February 1834

S-fi.1.v- i- !" V&s r M X YHi f - m (DASF ' T- f?r 4 I O F . J 0 1 THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS. y i c '''TO''' "V . - ' "" r a ? i f Wifau&J! rvqpzn 's"f ISj fP$ - I'.yot vm M"M.'gfA sT!k tsl m v ei ml iem w eaBk 1 bhbk eat I eVk HV1 .. ; (Vol. I.) BRAZORIA SATURDAY-FEBRUARY 22 1834. (No. 8.) 3HEE2B iiiBVOQA :-a OF TILE . PEOPLE'S RIGHTS 'SDITSD AND PUBLISS3D 3? -07" T-EBittSr Five Dorians per annum In advance. 03" Adverlsement inserted for $1 for eight lines for the fiiti time and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Longer ones in proportion. From the New-York Courier and Enquirer. For Mr. Kcmai Wob of the York Currier What d'ye think! That air peaky letter o' mine 't1 somebody hooked out o" the saddlebags an' give to ypu to print; he never found it in the road sense he was born inter the world; jest as if sech a letter as that could a ben drapped by accident; I know better; wal the jinral he took a miff agin me on account out and not more'n five minutes ago says he to me ma...

Publication Title: Advocate Of The People's Rights, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate of the People's Rights — 22 February 1834

A" $& "K& p qO JWS V 1 MU 1 BRAZORIA SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 1834. TO THE CITIZENS OF TEXAS. Fellow-Citizens: At a time when I thought the only press in Texas was muzzled owned supported by and devoted to the. interests of a few; and not accessible to all; when I saw a party in power whose views were altogether sordid and who seem- ed determined to oppress you; when'I saw the timid & sycophantic yielding to that qppression; & the un- courageous afraid openly -to oppose it: I proposed with no view to pecuniary gain and-at a great sa- crifice of feeling to publish a paper-advocating your rights and your interests "at all hazards and under all circumstances." As the press is no longer muz- zled; and as the party no -longer -exists; "cesante . Y . T 1 ! . T I. causa cessat enectus" -i uecnne puDiismng a paper; nevertheless I thanfcyou forthe flattering encourage ment you gave mo; and I promise you that whene- ver occasion shallTequire it I will come forward in despite of pe...

Publication Title: Advocate Of The People's Rights, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate of the People's Rights — 22 February 1834

if. C: t u by thafbody; and the reasons are obvious to most f you viz: that in as much as I myself was the only sufferer and circumstances over which I could possible have no control rendered that course a ve- ry objectionable one to me who from my very na- ture stand opposed to every thing like usurpation ogbuse. of power and as such had much rather suner inconveniences in a pecuniary point of view than be the means of creating discord and confusion Hrrhts district It is true I am illy prepared to bear ine wnole ot the public burdenj under all the cir- cumstances I chose that as the lesser .evil. The sub- joined account will shew the municipal expenses of the past year so far as I have yet been able to as- certain them a part of which has long since been paid and the balance I stand individually bound for; all of which is now due. I would not be considered here as finding fault or lodging complaints against the citizens of my district for their seeming back- wardness the people of ...

Publication Title: Advocate Of The People's Rights, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate of the People's Rights — 22 February 1834

A c-r p 1 if s I ! I SAVE -DE UNION. i - (To the Tune of Clear de Kitchen.) A mighty angry quarrel rose Among de TarfPs friend and foes And South Calina in a fit De Union tow to curse and quit- But save de Union old folks young folks Old Virginny never tire. Virginny love her lister Slate And mest as much the Tariff hate; But while the Tariff she dispise De Union very much she prize. So savs dc Union ice. She send her son Mas Watkins Leigh De South Calina folk to see To tell cm just to wait a while And belter times will on us smile To save de Union kc. The Tariff chief name Henry Clay "Who love his country .much doy say Begins to fear its danger great And auvo I jwina niv Jmtl O St&le To save de Union &c. Calhoun a great Calina man Abominate de Tariff plan; But he too say O yes 'tis right And Clay let's me aad you umite To save de Union &c. McDuffie too when he sea dat Offhand begin to miell de rat He say no doubt Calhoun is wise. And wc must do what he adviso To save de...

Publication Title: Advocate Of The People's Rights, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate of the People's Rights — 27 March 1834

&" " v-V kr'VrmVV !ij5-'n- -' - ;- .P cM) t V rsyi- r n-skSu&zs V v '; fr$rt ffTBlV-jrf - 3f Jfi c4ir5'.Tsia-lfcP-s V vi- 'j U'oV lie') ip ; ; -V . 5 tX. A- .- r Mil- :- Fill i.i.j ftZ&p .. -. . -- " -A - ja "i nr7irbww9ruv v. ..... i mi VT4iAJi .fc.k.-c: jyv . .j::;r IT -i.-.rr A . - r r... r . -. . i Rl vTiil ImT V Tz m'r ' '.-ffCrt y R- A l . l"vv ftT :ij&j "'? ' i i ii BRAZORIA WEDNESDAY MARCH 27 1834. Theptesent Extra closes the career of the "Ad- rence to the tribunals of justice the spectre pf civil. locate" until the return of Oliver H.Allen the E- discord ould be- seen' stalking through our land ditor who is now absent in the U.S. of the Worth scattering desolation misery and crimes:" I am not ana expected to return in tne next vesi i.t a JS11S Oil t 3.::s tatives and what have they demanded in cingresaj Whaa tk coienists sept a man frem among themselves who- speke tfeeir language what did he ask for then? Nothing. What "f - SCI. nnw nlnnrfinrr in liolialf r...

Publication Title: Advocate Of The People's Rights, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate of the People's Rights — 27 March 1834

U Va W Mv L- r"S- iqM1v"Tvmu tu . tf.gover.nttodfi w. uu.vU..via.wU.ww ";v ' llo pcupie ui as touctuog wnat congress nae aooe.you ere aireaay in possession b rm m - .-j-u a -a wt wra t ba rii t i la : j - B-exar and Goliad and act with them. The general government are disposed t'hing for Texas that can be done to promote fcnij-uuuweuuru uiui s- vuusibiuih fynn of the law which ithas thought properto pass? abrogating the 11th Udo everv article the law rf the 6th April 1830 cad thwrepea iot t. R B. .. .- ... Btnmtra J hamrt'tA ab HAat Until oiv mAnlhritMA iiiMiittiAi Us W HI - mwwwm uaw vwvMwa.v its pros- Excellency the I President has ordered o!o make this Wmuni- -"- rally that they have just received me COn-- cation to ;you because charged as .yeu are to promote the favera- JVew Goods and the public gene- direct from .New-Or- in on oooAPimnnf at JUUUil) 7t jOVUVUlil'IJ UUUII1C UIIU 1JI 4iUI IUj wu UWWI Mjn. W. STAPLE and FANCY' GOODS GR0(3EinESr&c:cW. ; terms. H0VVTH & WILLI...

Publication Title: Advocate Of The People's Rights, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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