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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Confederate — 5 January 1856
J i ■j ' i mm SíwmMséa m VOL. 1. C|e Mctíiln Cpfcbtraíe, 18 PUBMSHKÜKXPRH8S8Y F%R THE COUNTRY BY J. F. WADOCLL * J. T. HfllLT. TERMS:—$8.50 por year, if p |(l at tho limo of auil icription; 93.00 if paid within a¡* months; uuil 93.50 payment be üolayeu until after six mouth . No subscriptions discontinued until ail arrearages aro paid. Ten copies, If paid for at one time, will be «nt to any post-office for Twenty Dollars a year. Subscribers inuy remit money by uinl], at pur risk, if enclosed in the iiresence of the Voatmustér. Postmasters are authorized to act as our Agents, and deduct 16 percent, on moneys they remit. KT-Aili otfers must be pre-paid. „% A11 transió Advertisements must be paid for at he time their insertion is ordered. TO®B. 0. Powell, of Magriiolia, is our authorised traveling Agent for Eastern Texas, Anything entrusted lo his care for the office, will l>c promptly attended to, JCj* John W« 1'oils, Kdq., is our untuoriiod agent fo# fhé county of Leon. Tlj Judge ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Confederate — 5 January 1856
-fe. PwwBewe^Bgsy-ij. - ii Tkt Olatlautt QobtmUn Wi took Oecuion to My in our ¡trae of MTeral " Be (Hon. L. D. Evan*) intimate* that he U in the wrong pt*.—Austin OavetU. One letter more to the italicized word «reuM ST*** ** Z™ " A™eric" npr<Mth.fc«l .g of.ll houtat patriotic men Pbiladolphi Platform we refolding a ConTen-' r - - J - Cjjc Cmtftlmratc. jr. F. WADDELL &J.T. HOLT. I'd liar*. GALVESTON FRIDAY, JAN. 4. 1856. &• THE, STATE CONVENTION OF THE AMERICAN PARTY "WILL ASSEMBLE AT AUSTIN ON THE THIRD MONDAY OF JANUARY NEXT. Bi.ack Link*.—Wo have within the present week matte out and presented our bills for collec' tion, and wo have to thank our friend*, and the friends of American principles, for the prompt- ness with which they have paid up, and enablod ns to meet some of the most pressing demands j against us. We have beaded this article with two words, which indicate our intention with re- gard 10 those who have faltered and quibbled about eo small a matter as a hal...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Confederate — 5 January 1856
üf*; ■ vf'V telegraphic d¡«patch, ■dated 8t. Paul. December84th.aud received ye • Sim JOH* F**nklim—A Jated St. Paul. Decembers terday, commimicatef) the intelligence that a j Callan llaleaiMli Preparad fcjr JAMRS SORLST. Cotton Factor * CtMatnisaion MercLnut Galveston, Saturday Moro'g Dev. 9V, 1855. wot « vnuiMiti " • " mi n ncvei|ii> M INK |iurt w Sir Johu Franklin and hi* party. Tlieir bones lUcsipis at other Port lie on the coast opposite Montreal Island, where they died of hunger. A party of Esquimau*! reached them juat an the last man perished, and ToGreat Britain brought home several relics of the expedition. To France [N. O. Bulletin. Tu other Continental Pom ¡To New Orleaus * | To Mobile Franking Privilege of Members of Congress. !?J r.V.V/.V The Washington Union under^andi some Post- To New York ....V!.'.'.* tuafrft are in doubt whether, under the new law (To Boston ttMiuTriiiff pre-paynients of all letters to places %itlkin the United States, letters addressed to membe...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Confederate — 5 January 1856
<r Th* American Platform. I. The acknowledgment of that Almighty Ho- g who rule* over the Univerii —who presides ver the Council* of nation —wlio conduct* th« •bin of men, and who, in every nU-p by which we bare advanced to tho character of an inde- pendent nation, ha« di .iiigui lio4 ub by mime token of providontial agency. ' directly or iudireetly to any foreign power, whether civil or eccteaimical—and' also those who are Americans by birth, education and train- ing—thus fulfilling the maxim, American, only, 'tiU govern America. The protection of all citi- zen ¡11 the legal and proper exercise of their civil nud religious rights and privileges; the maintenance of the right of every man to the full, uui'CHtruiued and peaceful enjoyment of bin. II. The cultivation and development of a aon- jown religious opinion anil worship, and a jonl timent of profoundly intense American feeling; mus resistance of all attempts by any sect, de- af pauionata attachment to our country, its hi -[n...