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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 August 1836

'&. v:3 ... . . -s? ;5tr.r. -. " jL. Jgffct JSSB '.-- - '1L... . I,is k' . ;-v'-u3 iA sp7 !:5,sE"fi!2i"& 3 '".' b, WE GO FOR OUR COpfTRY . S3. ! UBXISHED WEEKLY, TERMS, $5 PER. AN, IN ADVANCE, ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. COLUMBIA, TTOSDAYIWHJST 2, H&.3-& T. H. BORDEN. ISjSG. T; fe X A 8' -t sgL. OTO$TITfJTiNl OF THE REPUBLIC biT-EXTrirS. fe-th'o People of Texas, in order to form a Government, p'justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the "defence and creneral welfare, and to secure blessiners mety to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain establish gjSjonsuturion. " ARTICLE I. i I Swprnv 1 Tlio nntrorc nf "fli-ic f!ftrnrnmnf cli'ill lie li- videE'into three departments, viz : Legislative, Executive and Judicial, which shall remain iorevcr separate and distinct. iSec. 2. The jLegislative power shall be vested m a Sen- - ate aSiaJHouse of Representatives, to be styled The Congress of thejepublic of Texas. fc?- j Sec 3. Thp-"members of the House of Representati...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 August 1836

VT" !eSsSlrrfaS "SflJjJLMi JJE"l!ll""" ' " ' rraMT "T mm in contact withgolch, x whicbbILi? itUEai3Eaatioi9 so. devoutly to be wish- ed" Is arrived, in the splendid intelligence of tl&e recognition of our Independence, ly the sanction of President Jackson to the hill pas- sed on ih?Ji subject, in the Congress of the United taSs. Iiet the gratitude of Texas he , excited toy ibis proof of maternal regard from her natural "ami polieical mother. INTRODUCTION. Our paper again makes its appearance, under circumstances more auspicious than the suspension of its publication was discouraging: the cause of Texas had not thenexpiredwith the destruction of our Press ; but, that cause is now completely triumphant in the attainment of our independence by valor, which, it is hoped, wisdom will secure. We have engaged a considerable part of our property in this establish- ment; nevertheless, we shall consider ourselves well repaid if its claims to public favor and patronage' arc admitted" and e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 August 1836

mBIC- -:BB J, I 1 - 3 'sSfc 3; r?-- fr, r. -i1 - fjtfi"'"!!rs' :i ''"TSr ' r"" " " "'""yTTir" Fti&illinHwS ' '' ' -STrlBKJPSFl . i.il S3 .33 Hi SHiW!jS: nf thprrbubLs v.1 h -ivhpkorin wrt.nM! Gteyssasasasa ib or iiu'-Sla-ve frpp -e pcKsojj, Jecrfriiited aBDhsent-.of irst.anp-svien--(,hev form a sodalfcfcsmact, have equal rims, and no man o &t of men are entitled to exclusive? pimt privileges or emoluments fropn-ihe community. ,,-v Seconch All political power is inherent in the People, and. governments are founded on their authority, tsniySst? J IE; excepfirigirom "the XJnited.dix'ef ftpl for their .benefit; -anti they have at all times an inaliena ' x .- t ?j .". m! ' .. .7 7. . -.. ". . . - . -jv hibited, and declared to be pikers . . nglyt t alter their govermwnt m such manner as they mayf sons. ( Africans, the descendants- ef Afri-Mtmk pi oner. - -. ,..n "U .., ...nnsKftn- Ar IVvnS nn ihn I ,- T!-,;..! AT ,.A dm 11 1. r 1... 1 x. r , 1 UieUjviiu Hwuicsiuiugxii j- --- i-j-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 August 1836

2' "?!. l r ..- :&&. - r- jojyarng-: BY- W&jfcjjgrtt hecessaiy-fo state tiatbj xq. ?..2fJlrf'K.4fnor nVkc7fvriVo- Trrlirvp. a,-1r.io'ftfs riVr iinfcnnwvTnr nnwrf- OUiaJaJCli-UIlUSly guujviiuwo iiiiuac yum- m -v - j . J x lain.,. The wa-jias conipelTeu ?o mpyjo change their rcsiffeiinpoi tlieOEIJ r .-f. . -fil, -.. rc.r X-lio erurtVi mrtorMKA lrtrtriTVc? inrticnn-oi-s """ 6SvnY-4felJ fctO remOVg VUZ Ol -UlU UUUUUJjLUiat ow u. iin-iMui uwmcii '""'T'J, fbfe'itistice to ourselves, and also to subscribers not receiving heii?. pape"rs irom that cause. It will afford us satisfaction to hear on"this p subjectTrom our friends, acquainthig us whore they wish their pap er to he sent, &c. &c. We would afso inform our former subscribers, tna.-t, Igihere are no mails yet re-established, their regular files will be tc- 4ainedin4he office, which they can receive on calling, or by sending for icm.- this method we deem better than to send papers by casual oppor- fnilTcs. As our pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 August 1836

- v--r.w .-j- - -- " 3 r n y.i -vl -rr sai-jcr?-. -1 . A - -,,. -Bjw ?t ! -c- -i T E X A 1ST VOE. I. WE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY NO. 24. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY G. & T. H. BORDE .l COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1836. TERMS, $5 PER ANN., IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. We, the People of Texas, in order to form a Government, establish justice, ensure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defence and general welfare, and to secure the blessings of-4iberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution. ARTICLE I. Section 1. The powers of tMs Government shall be di- vided into three departmentsviz : Legislative, Executive and Judicial, which shall remain' forever separate and distinct. Sec. 2. The Legislative power shall be vested in a Sen- ate and House of Representatives, to be styled The Congress of the Republic of Texas. Sec- 3. The members of the House of Representatives shall "be chosen annually, on the firs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 August 1836

f TELEGRAPH. COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1836. We have been requested to announce the following citizens as Candidates at the ensuing election, under the new Constitution. STEPHEN F. AUSTIN, for President. HENRY SMITH, " " BRANCH T. ARCHER, " " M. B. hnu,for Vice President. War. H. Jack, Representative for the County of Brazoria. Moseley Baker, Representative for the County of Austin. Robert "Wilson-, Senator for the Disticrt of Harrisburgh and Liberty. War. H. Jack, Esq. having become a candidate for Congress, has resigned the Office of Secretary of State. It has been judged expedient to publish a second time the Constitution of Texas, and we trust that our subscribers will readily excuse us for again pre- senting them in the columns of our Paper, with a document which is to be the Charter of our llighTSTiniotlnrgunrantee of our liberal institutions. A Minister or Agent from the United States Government, is on his way to this country. Several letters, and packages of the "Correo A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 August 1836

k & nothing calculated to convince nie that I had como to an unjust or im- proper conclusion. Acknowledging, however, that the independence, peace and tranquility of our country arc considerations paramount to all others, could I be satisfied beyond the possibility of doubt, that all these blessings could be secured by the preservation of his miserable life, I am prepared to say, let him live, being convinced that the brand of infamy is so deeply impressed upon his murderous brow, that it can never be erased by the iron hand of time. Conceiving that the other prisoners of war were mere instru- ments in the hands of this arch-demon, and as the day for retaliation has probably passed, I should be disposed to hold them for the purpose of future exchange, should it ever be necessary. Second. The second question is as novel, as it is alarming. I had thought the world had advanced too far in civilization, in in- telligence and integrity, for this question ever again to be agitated or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 9 August 1836

'it! JS jr - & u V Sec. 11. Every citizen o( the Republic who has attained consent of Congress, unless he or she bhall bend his or her slave the age of twenty-one years, and shall have resided six montns within the district or county where the election is held, shall be entitled to vote for members ol the General ongrebs or slaves without the limits of the Republic. No free person of African descent, either in whole or in part, shall be permitted to reside permanently in the Republic, without the consent of - -.i 1. Z"t rf"1 .1 XL. . 2-.- . u.Z.4-in ww - rl rvnc - - A f ! "" VIC? i"VY T O Sec. 12. All elections shall be by bailor, unless congress congress, aim uie u iuoruu.uU u. T ,11 Tci r shall otherwise direct. Igroes intothis Republic, excepting from the United States of Sec. 13. All elections by joint vote 01 ootn nouses 01 America, is iorecr promuueu, aim ucumtu iv uu ui. 5EC IV. .tt.ll persons, linuans, mu uwLcuuau ui " cans, and Indians excepted,) who were residing in Te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 August 1836

A JS D TEXAS RE&ISTE'r -t- - jOIi. I. AVE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY '3- PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY G. & T. H. BORDEN. COLUMBIA, TUESBAir, AUG-UST 16, 1836. TERMS, $5 PER ANN., IN ADVANCE ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. IgEE&2i BTOWMBIF BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS, ?Foa the Election of a President, Vice President, Senators and Representatives to Congress. To all ichom tliese presents shall come, Greeting: TInow ye, thai T, DAVID G. BUJRNETTPresident of the Re- public . e Texas, by and with the advice and consent of the Cabinet, do decree and proclaim, that on the first Monday in September, next, there shall Lie an election throughout this Republic, at the several places in J the rerrective Precincts, Districts for a President, Vice President, and of Representatives, of the Congress of flie Republic of Texas. Slave Trade, is equally revolting to the best feelings of our na- ture, and to the benign principles of the Christian faith ; is equally destructive to National Morals an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 August 1836

$ TELEGRAPH. COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1836. We have been requested to announce the following citizens as Candidates at the ensuing election, under the new Constitution. STEPHEN F. AUSTIN, for President, HENRY SMITH, " " M. B. Lamar, for Vice President. Walter C. White. Senator for the County of Brazoria. Wji. H. Wharton, " " " " P. R. SrLANE, " " " " Branch T. Archer, Representative for " " Wm. H. Jack, " " " John A. Wharton,. " " " J. M. PHELPS, " " " Wm. H. Patton, k " " A. Somxervill, Senator for the District of Austin and Colorado. Moseley Baker, Representative for the County of Austin. Jesse H. Cartwright, Representative for Harriburgh County. Daniel Perry, Robert Wilson, Senator for the District of Harrishurgh and Liberty. George Sutherland, Senator for the District of Matagorda, Victoria and Jackson. than was on this occasion, considering the excitement which existed, and it is a source of pride and satisfaction that such was the conduct of Texas citizens and Texas volun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 August 1836

the people, enriching themselves with bold impudence, at the expense -of the people's money, and insulting, by unparalleled luxury, the many who are dying.of hunger. And a still darker stain upon the nation, is the fact that rapine, is spreading in every manner and form, and we add with shame, that the least dangerous to the community, are the highway robbers. How many men do we meet, who suddenly rose from mendicity to opulence, and who setting aside all morality, keep not only one, but several richly furnished houses and every one asks, though none are ignorant of the cause of these rapid fortunes : and it is not more surprising than true, that among these upstarts, are to be found many who take advantage of their authority for not paying the expenses of their palaces ; in a swindling manner do they obtain the very viands daily placed on their table, and the beds on which they repose with apparent ease, have not, in many instances, been paid for to the poor hard-laboring mechanic ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 16 August 1836

TO SANTA ANNA. Back, back to thy covert, thou blood hound of death, There is woe in thy footstep, and guilt in thy breath ; Thou warrest with women, thou curse of the brave, Thy pity is blood, and thy mercy the grave. But soon the dread hour of avenging shall come, When thy cheek shall be bleached and thy utterance dumb, When thy arm shall be palsied, encrimsoned with gore, And the cold sweat of terror-escape from each pore. Did you fight foe the wolf or the tiger so wild, Was your cruelty strange to the forest's red child, Did the blood of the Whites ever quicken your veins, Are you human in form, thou monster in brains ! Back, back to thy lair, where the red wolf shall yell When thy name shall be spoken in forest or dell : Sink down in your grave, or bid mortals adieu, Thou scorn of the wise, and the brave, and the true. Long ages shall roll, but thy shame shall remain, The pirate shall shun thee again and again ; The mountain cat flee from thy pre'sence away, And the truant boy o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 August 1836

'J J i Q - ' . A N T E X A H E 1 I F'Jff -iij MM Afl -! luSL s - s. r TOJCr I. WE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY. NO. 36. -X -ft.- gg. a i ' PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERMS, 5 PER ANN., IN AJJVANClg COLUMBIA, TUESBAY, AUGUST 33, I8S6'. BY G. & T. H. BORD EN. ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. J ., fl 35? sgtc- s ry X . iSAl BBBV3UMinK PROCLAMATION. Whereas several officers wereappointed in the army and navy of Texas by the late Provisional Government, and also by this Go em- inent, who hae not entered upon the discharge of their duties; and as some commissions have been issued to persons to whom no correspond ing command could be given; and as ine spiru oi our iree jusuiuuwk, and the -financial interests of the country, equally forbid the existence of any Secure office: - . Now,4herefore, I, David G. Burnet, Presidentof ihe-Hepublic of Texas, by and with the advice and consent of the Cabinet, do order and " decree, and it is hereby ordered and decreed, that all such commissions heretofore issued, and all ap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 August 1836

o S. IK .- f ? -"5 M & & & , Tfc Sr 9B "3S r" 7JT -, attended to as soon as they are found to be established on just grounds ; and that they will be treated with the consideration shown towards those of the most friendly Governments. The first subject to which the undersigned thinks proper to call the attention of the Secretary of State of the United States, is the notorious co-operation of a great number of the inhabitants of Louisiana, in aiding and advancing the cause of the insurgent colonists of Texas. These Mexicans, for they neither are nor can be viewed otherwise than as Mexicans, having voluntarily . ceased to be what they previously were, would never have ven- turedjn soopen and shameless a manner, to abandon their duty to their adoptive country, hadthey not expected to receive xeady and effective support Jrom American speculators esta- Jiblished near their frontiers, with views purely interested. JafiUnfortunatel y for themselves, the colonists of Texas were n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 August 1836

K tfU u iu- 3 V "v -dt i -r K s. -jsFobsthetsupport of the army (from henceforth placed under your command) you may make use of the funds which have arrived atMata- moros, as well- as the provisions lying there and at Victoria, and you may also dispose of the $20,0(51) brought from Bexar, and which should .be in the army-chest. " ' I expect that your Excellency will, without fail, comply with these "orders, and advise me of your having commenced doing so. God and LiSerty. Gamp St. Jacinto, April 22d, 183G. . ANTONIO LOPEZ DE-SANTA ANNA. To His Excellency Vicente Fdisola, General of Division. Excellent Sir, Annexed I send to your Excellency the Articles - of "the Agreement entered into by me, with His Excellency David G. -.Burnet, President of the Republic of Texas, for your information and fulfilment of the same to its full extent, in order that no complaints Tmay arise tending to cause a useless rupture. I expect to receive t without any delay 3 our Excellency's answer by this same...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 23 August 1836

j$ !v pj 1 I 5Vfe$ Mk 4 t St C l -:" ?Ss J B - rl w i jfcfesi I. - lU, .tf'OVTHE VOTERS OF THE COUNTY OF AUSTIN. aw&T therequest of many of the citizens of the county of Austin, I.have been induced to become a candidate for Repre- sentative in the first Congress of our infant Republic. 1 can truly say that office has no charms for me, and that my own determination had been not to have accepted it, under any circumstances. The Revolution and invasion of our country induced a change in my opinion, and I stepped forward as one to vindicate her rights and establish her independence. How far my services were useful, and to what extent disinterested, are perhaps better known to the citizens of the county of Austin than to any others, and to their judgment 1 submit the same. The motives which induced me to render my services in the field of battle, influence meow to render them, if elected, in the councils of the Nation. 1 consider the present as a moment pregnant with events hich may ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 August 1836

:, C '. -, . -! 0 -t J. & JL Ji( MjL 9 VOI. I. WE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY. NO. 27. .PUBLISHED WEEKLY, ) BY J.& T. H. BORDEN. ) 'COIUMBIA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1836. TERMS, $5 PER ANN., IN ADVANCE. ' ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. . . tHntdiW fsngii!)fira in, fsnfun fgP- '--- ' jm jmbl Jiii dim& vm Aim, aftm ait timm .. V'fc A JS TEXAS REG 1 Iti w ft" iv i-fr. EXTRACT OF LETTER TO GEN. SAM. HOUSTON, FROM GEN. FELIX HUSTON. (as is well known) is the strongest in Mexico, and he no doubt would in a short time place himself at the head of the Govern- wnn4 4- n 4- Ij-v-4- wAy-kwj-. 4-V - rrArn Kin In -i rtAntrAruntiAn nrifn When I arrived at the Army on the 4thof July I found Gen. Austin he told me he had repeated conversation with the that the march of the Mexicans on Texas, as stated by Oaptain president of the u States and many of the members of Congress Carnes and Teal had been delayed on account of want oi supplies much gvmpatny was by them expressed in behalf of Texas, xf money t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 August 1836

5 It. if' & TELEGRAPH. COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, AUGUST30, 1836. We have been requested to announce the following citizens as Candidates at the ensuing election, under the new Constitution. STEPHEN F. AUSTIN, for President. SAM. HOUSTON, " HENRY SMITH, " M. JB. Lamar, for Vice President. Walter C. White, Senator for the County of Brazoria. Wjr. H. Wharton, " " " " ' Branch T. Archer, Representative for " " Wh. H. Jack, " " ' . John A. Wharton, " " " J. M. Phelps, " " " 'V War. H. Patton, " " " M. C. Patton, " ." . " A. Somervell, Senator for the District of Austin and Colorado. Moseley Baker, Representative for the County of Austin. Jesse H. Cartwright, Representative for Harrisburgh County. Daniel Perry, " " " " -Feert Wilson, Senator for the District of Harrisburgh and Liberty. A. B. Hardin, " " " " and Liberty E. T. Branch, Representative for t7ie County of Liberty. D. Davis D. Baker, Representative for the Countyqf Matagorda. Thomas Caxce, " " " Geor6e Sutherland, Senator for the D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 August 1836

. . j f . I J .-.. J in itt r i J-5. 2 A ? "3 w t; waj .4 it n tf zv A. c ; rz& ol t? fr TO THE VOTERS OF TEXAS. Now is the time to step forward. The polls will soon be open, when ev-ery man can exercise his judgment as to his vote for Chief Magistrate of this infant Republic. Let all the i3al friends of the founder of the first anglo-Ame-rican settlemefiit in Texas come unitedly and resolutely to sup- port him. His claims are paramount to any man's in the coun- " try : his political devotion to our true interests has been surpas- sed hy none ; he has at all times endeavored to promote the colonization of Texas; he has labored faithfully to secure to the people their rights and to advance their happiness; he has served the country as Commissioner to Mexico, at his own ex- pose, where he was incarcerated for two years, for no other reafon than endeavoring to procure for Texas a local govern- ment; he arrived from Mexico about the first of September last, and on his arrival he pub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 30 August 1836

-'Sjg- N P " .From fte Mississippi Christian Herald. THE TEXIAN WAR CRY. BX G. V. H. FOKBES. Air Marseilles Hymn. Ye heirs of freedom ! hear the war cry- Now swelling from ten thousand tongues, In shouts betokening victory. Blown o'er the world by trumpet lungs. Awake ! awake ! the drum is pealing On Bexar's woody hills around ! The tread of battle shakes the ground, And rifles keen death shots are dealing. Hurrah, hurrah, for war ! The battle flag waves high ; The rising of the Texian star Shall light to victory ! Shall sons of Washington not rally When war dogs howl on yonder plain, And rapine stalks over hill and valley To bind us in oppression's chain ? Shall bigot violence and plunder On Brassos' banks infuriate roam, And fill with fear each peaceful home 1 No ! answer with the cannon's thunder ! Hurrah, hurrah for war ! The battle flag waves high ; The rising of the Texian star Shall light to victory ! And by that blood stained altar kneeling. The scathed and war torn Alamo, W...

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