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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Despatch — 12 October 1844

T DESPATCH i iir T Hi JCi Jm. A. PUBLIC JOURNAL OF LITERATURE NEWS AND POLITICS r-vvp-r. J -a y yj AMES atxwecQ Sv TERMS THREE. 53&LARS Cf ADVANCE. Editor ami PaorRicTOR. VOLUME ' I. MATAGORDA OCTOBER 12 1844. NUMBER .44. fe '- Ajnra3UTKIOS. II. BEfcTdl k- liftookUg over a number of the Eutaw Whig ad Daily Adrrtts?i" containing a report from the "Nationd Intelligencer" both rank and an- and Jongitvcc and by hundreds and thousands tndy It is to be re millions of awes at a time. The fling's Governvi necessarily nrest tnentmada grants from 172"' to 1820; then tht States of Coahuila and Texas' united as one made grants :ron; 1S29 to 1835 -when the Cx comprcsjastngpsper. allies of Her.ry Clay t S&evi.-.-r&Je"-.! iiiGgraai 'xst track "with the appearance of a dcU&u granting y wholesale and ' 1.1- IT I "V.TT -. .1. ... -! uanerai l-anu umce at uiu aeav ui; .w... .i..j. i ui:-..: . i. .i. :t. . sntocin uicuuuc nit; uuuuvquuu t iciIKUl Ul lilt' OM"t I .-.. . 4 .-'. r--oioniza...

Publication Title: Weekly Despatch, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Despatch — 12 October 1844

JOHN TYLER'S emigrants required as a condition before the right .to the giant could vest a residence of three years. Letter of' withdrawal from oafli of allegiance; and the due performance of the ' tial Canvass. duties of good citizono- Thcac expired on the -flrsroT January 1840. The certificates condi- tional and unconditional granted under these laws were required to obtain recommendation from a Hoard of Commissioners constituted by Congress FHE PnESlDEN- their motives or their patriotism. I doubt not that the old federal party in the lead of which stood thercider Adams were as deeply and sincerely convinced of the necessity of the alien and sedition laws as the present is of that of a bank of lite U. To my friends throughout the Union. The reasons which influenced me in accepting j State8 wilh other measures cquaUy iaijlIUjnous me uuiuiiiuiiuii iui me i. icsi'iuiioj' umuc vj i uuu- aiuug wiiii we auoimon oi me v cio power verilion of my friends in May last at Baltimore' whereby t...

Publication Title: Weekly Despatch, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Despatch — 12 October 1844

1 citizen a smile. Was it deemed necessarv in. 1S27 to consult the St.itc3 to consult the Senate or to consult the House ofRe.presen-tatitVs'i or the People? Was it considered necessary to obtain the assent of every State as would seem now to be proposed before forming a Treaty of Annexa- tion ? Ff the assent of every State is necessary" then may we bid adieu to the"prospect of annexa- tion now orheieafter. 'The Constitution devolves the treaty-making power on'twb-thirds of the States through their Senators and it is altogether a new doctrine that a Treaty should not be negoti- ated without the assent 'of all. Danger to the! Union through the exercise' of the power of a con- stitutional majority in the making of ft Treaty is a uubiiiuciui uic uioi nun: uuvauuuu uuu ijnvin IK) foundation in point of fact. I rcgartf'the preserva- tion of the Union as the first great American in- terecr'.""" I equally disapprove of all threats of its dissolution whether they proceed from the North or t...

Publication Title: Weekly Despatch, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Despatch — 12 October 1844

sEJtrijyjzMt'r- The fceS.yIVES aid Lady would respects illy inform thecitiiflte of Matagorda and its vioi-. ity tliat their Seminary conlinuesanil with ia- teased prospects ofusefulneas and 'permanence. M Instructions re giva in it in all the branches " fa-subBtantiatandlnwheducation whh the . xception of Music and theMba'eVp.. Languages "icse howevci aiftttugfat in tqwn so a to be in jniiection with the school bylif. HUTTNER ho is a gentleman ascholarandaliighlyccom- lished WasteriA'Tiri il.elighiruTsrrt of Music From tW pleasant and healthful location' of (atagordaTroA-the comfdrts'and Conveniences of weU-bmltiownfand from the advantages to the oung of seeing'good society this cannot but be a 2ry desirable place for art-Institution of edacairn. It is flowed and believed that jthe experiencef te five years they have been teaching here has ilisfied alt who know Mr. and Mrs. lvEs..of their - jmpetency and fidelity as teachers. To satisfy loselwho" do vnot know them they would men- on...

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