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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin City Gazette — 23 September 1840

;&fc-' --V- -f 3T- Allif-W CITY I PUBLISHED BY 8. WHITING TERMS FIVE DOLLARS (PAR MONET OR FIFTEEN DOLLARS VOLUME Ir- CITY OF AUSTIN WEDNESDAY S! ' - fta? . r mfxmt '-s.'iai. (BSiP.'ff jSISlfffilH 8 nitlni September 2 3 1840'. EDITED BY G. K. TEULOX. rajsuniU jrwBPitaHP' GRAND INDIAN EXPEDITION. We experience much pleasure in communicating the "glad tidings" to our fellow-citizens in all portions of the Republic an Indian Expedition is at length determined on Gen. Felix Huston has received his orders sixteen hundred men are to be war of extermination coimncJAMffhi ib Tor let t he. Ifnmmmm IMBgii and to respect their propertyfamT perity" will reign supremo in Texas emifWWrnnd wealth will flow to our shores and the settlements will in a short time be pushed tens aye. hundreds of miles above the present frontier. The expedition will as we uboVe stated be com- posed of 1600 men under the command of the Major- General ; the men will be raised from the different counties and invade th...

Publication Title: Austin City Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin City Gazette — 23 September 1840

J? x. WEi -- T'fc.'V ' vrf h V 4 mo aily written ' looted tor jive public Ithat of the tiers inten- Republic to letters will which are ' letters. i JONES ster-Gcneral. Jazelle and psh the above Ew Orleans ; ashvule Ban- quirer New U. are re- Inscrtions in luld give the fcjONES. P. M. G. 1640. The Bining ac Tic Hous his friendsj econimoda 5MAS GLA? i the town public s who . Parker J. P. bv George ftar in .he face right hind r brands perceptible about e seven or eight year id t. k. Harvey on r mare requested to tie; l.'51 D7C00MBS. Irl is 27 years old a an excellent Cook. cnty acres of land. hd Commissioners : time prescribed by V? W. CLARK. lizens of Austin ods to the New She office of the tall and see his I the City con- ind American sties lr Clothing of I articles. this establish- ient of Goods Ip for cash he lor tail and Lhnson a Jus- ' levied upon ore's .Auction ight and title property viz.: containing ten dale. )N Sheriff. 1 to the under line Hon. Kid- (in the estate of uv given...

Publication Title: Austin City Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin City Gazette — 23 September 1840

Austin to lhe"crrr The Senate thct proceeded to the ORDF.RS OF THE DAY And took up the bill to provide for the payment of tlip troop in the lt 2d 3d nnd 4th ttngndes who served under Gen. Rusk and olhets in 1838 and 'It. Mr. Everitt moved to su.pcnd the rule in order to hasten the hill to its passage. Motion lot mid bill laid on the table. An act to alter temporarily lhe seal of justice of the County of Re- fugio and place the same out of the vicinity of the eneim was read second time. .Mr. MnrT Tnovrd to re-consider the vote on the incorporation of the town of Victorii was sustained and hii substitute for the original act adopted fir farther consideration. A message was received from the House of Representatives indefi- nitely postpuuirg tho hill for the relief of purchasers of lots on Galves- ton Island. An act belter to define the boundary lines of the County of Galves- ton belli on its second reading Mr. Moore moved it indefinite postponement ar.d trusted the Sen- ate would hear...

Publication Title: Austin City Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin City Gazette — 23 September 1840

wasia A message was received fro the House of the indefinite postponcmen solution which originated in the House "establishing a mail route from Austin to Franklin." Mr. Menefee of Colorado moved the indefinite post- ponement of the joint resolution relative to A. Hous- ton. Lost. Mr. Jack offered to amend the resolution as follows : Provided That the defendant may plead payment set-otf or reconvention. Adoption. Mr. Holmes moved the engrossment of the bill as amended. The yeas and nays being called for stood thus : YEAS Messrs. Speakef Armstrong Bennett Bar- nctt Benton Coit Cochran Davis Garner Green Holmes Harris Houston Hill Hansford Jack Law rence Lewis Muse Miller Neiblmg Parker Patten Robertson Van Ness Williams of Galveston 25. NAYS Messrs. Clifton Fitzgerald Green Gant Hill Hunter Menefee Menefee of Jackson M'Kinncy: M'Cullongh Rowlett Scurlock Wright Williams of Red River 13. So the bill was ordered to be engrossed. On motion of Mr. Holmes the joint resolution for the relie...

Publication Title: Austin City Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin City Gazette — 23 September 1840

i trt n n inliM. fee. '4b J b-tele. nuu ucuu ren dered in term time. Sec. 6. Be it further enacted That the return made to such writ shall not hereafter be taken to be conclusive as to the facts stated therein but it shall be competent for the Judge or court before whom such return is made to receive evidence in contradiction thereof and determine the same as the very truth of the case shall require. Sec. 7. Be it further enacted That in vacation the Judge shall have the same power to compel the at- tendance of a witness to give evidence upon the trial as a couit would have in term time and whenever either in term time or in vacation it shall be incon- venient to procure the personal attendance of a wit- ness his affidavit taken upon reasonable notice to the adverse party maybe received in evidence. Sec. S. Be it further enacted That the proceed- ings and judgments shall in all cases be entered df record; if they be had in vacation before the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court they ...

Publication Title: Austin City Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin City Gazette — 23 September 1840

Yet it once Which trill ne'er! There opulence rcarM a rich castle of grandeur There music and science built temples of peace And refinement and taste then adom'd them with splendor But misfortune decreed that such pageants should cease! Oh ! where has the exile of Erin now wandered With a consort the glory the pride of his life. Hi" paradise wasted his fortune all squandered A culprit a traitor the victim of strife ? There the roses of Europe entwined with the ivy The shamrock the myrtle the tulip were there; Where where is the shrubbery that "Shenstone might envy?" I asked the lone Island and "Echo said ichcrcY' When I turned to the rainbow whose circle so even O'ci nature's bright face threw a deluge of light As it rested ou earth and bent upwards to heaven In colors so gay so rcsplendcuily bright ; I conceived it a beautiful emblfin in aiding To prove 'ninth the s!;y there is "nothing that's true;" Fur I saw in an instant its lustre in fading Grew dim and more dim till it flash'd...

Publication Title: Austin City Gazette, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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