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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 29 April 1840

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 29 April 1840

Tjrtt :5Sf (.yv-. av hgJU? - ii'Tar &: i.; Bttfrar! I""?V -' Uirt! i 35 'ftS253' W n v it- " T" -ft K I- Uv- .V.V. V -1 'D.. . I4: . 1&J '.V 'i' l -SU "-" i.sV f- hf" " rW;; F;v L t ? 7".. -. 3B3 '$& K- !t - T f. &"3M h tr-f -rt. 54- - -? if . m X ! cceiHor give'ui) all. have remained boliintl. The (act Jfis.nh'e people are for. item or rather- thev arc thcjr 'v 1 hope (and believe we .agreed igopjrifon when we Mast conversed on this subject) tiBthe government" g will lcavc.fjheni free to.operate. InEnotan open and avowed coalition Ihey desire but simply jthe privilege of acting' preparing and providing in our territory. Omrlit we. or can we refuse them that? The laws of nations rights of neutrals &c. etc. have nothing to do with the case. ' The federalists acknowledge our rights to all tcrrito- " xyrth1s side of the Eio Grande. "Now let us permit them ; tojihake as good a fight as they can upon the other " "rjg sidVand we will be safe on that frontier. When yon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 29 April 1840

-4 4 u i "5 " f vJ!v fT. & W & & vy. of which a few vessels are said to ho rruiz.n in the vicinity. The licet of the federalists consists of but three vessels. Strong hopes were entertained that the town would soon be brought to terms and capitulate; otherwise the besieging array will be compelled to car- ry it by storm; the extremity however can scarcely be anticipated as many of the people were in favor of federalism; the government force was not very power- ful and not being sustained by the enthusiasm of the jrcupma luruiiuauie resistance could not be expected Tb news is quite encouraging; Yucatan will be an an important acquisition to the federal ists: i he vmn ihnr establish their head quarters and have a strong hold and point to rally upon when overtaken by disasters; the movement in this province is the mostauspicious in- dication on the gloomy horizon of Mexico and beto- kens we trust the dawn of political emancipation to that enslaved and benighted land. From V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 29 April 1840

mrr-'&sr ?- T?7? vr-Li- -- BS 4l "Wf &" ' A- fsv i .-".fifcynuwiMa.ir--tv i -.? -jr s wi-rjifrt:- i 3s -I .-ifestiA1..- . s.'iM&fc ' . . . ' yft JBA'-JiCl.iv.V i" iss-feS . v. ? 5 tr ?VT 0 -ts; V - rA U .k- - 5 .. ..s "-.- ' -'tj- zr . ... j...- s r . t 4 '- t . T- . -- 1 ' -n ..i ..Svrr- wl.cu- . 5T.Tr .. ;v u- '-S. u'iV i: if "a j i.iiran i.k.ii;v i nr siinxrrinnrs i :Hrew".i . r 4-r . .vvv:7" '4 MKjiavQ'associaieainemseives ipgeiner ot.iuupur- ofsAustin Teas.1 fi pqnshorisllandsfbought f .s$d;or-loealed prwto haye-busmjto' transact yith Uheiiioffiedepareuisrl.of )fiegovernment atthe city of Austnj can iiaye ttTsarqe done by application personallyiorsby lelfer post paid to the subscribers. They will giyeiheir particular attcntiontnlso to the set- tlenjentofsoldiers claims forbouutyit.donatioh.and ljead right fangs anu.lrom the experience that the uu- dersgnedtJiaveJiad in this business they leel assured 'of giving general satisfaction. 4$heir'oiGce is opposite the capi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 13 June 1840

'v. '' . r y Qrtov p. Jr-J (7MiC. &7v '- tri4Jv -- ' ly&L 'Cj'. 7 TEXAS SENTINEL. fcf BY CRUGER & BONNELL Public Printers. Veritas Vincil." TERMS $5 PER ANN. IN ADVANCE. VOLUME I. AUSTIN SATURDAY MORNING JUNE 13 1840. NO. 26. j v INDIANS OP TEXAS. A series of letters originally address pd to col. John Jamison deceased late Indian agent at Natchi- " todies BY DAVID G. BURNET. LETTER II. Nacogdoches Pro. Texas) August 1818. J The next party in geographical order is the Yampa- racks. These occupy the head waters of the Colorado occasionally extending their migrations to the tributary streams of the Rio del Norte. They frequently mix with and are found among the Comanches and are in no respect dissimilar to them in manners customs or appearance; but are virtually the same people speak the same language and are characterized- by the same peculiarities. There is one exception however to the general resemblance. The Yamparacks are more hon- est and punctilious in their dealings...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 13 June 1840

H-l B V V ; i . N Si . y - -t. A W k) From tlie Houston Morning Star. Below we publish the correspondence between the president and a committee of citizenswho tendered him on his arrival here a manifestation of their regard. We regret much that circumstances rendered it inconveni- ent for his excellency to comply with the wishes of the committee; and we hope that on his return from Gal- veston those circumstances will no longer interfere. Houstgn May 27 1810. To his excellency M. B. Lamar: Sir Your fellow citizens of this city hail your re- turn amongst them once more with pleasure. After so long an absence they feel anxious to testify to you the high esteem in which they hold your patriotic efforts to secure the happiness and prosperity of the nation over whose destinies you have been called to preside. In be- half of our fellow citizens we request your excellency to announce at what time it would suit your conve- nience to accept a dinner which both individually and collectively w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 13 June 1840

ftu licf and who from the impulses of a truly philanllno- pic heart and from ignorance of the true condition of the slaves at the south look upon slavery as a heinous institutipnand opposing it with moderation the same time adtoit as every well informed honest man must that slavery must exist until the sacred charter which guarantees the right to the states is revised and the obnoxious part erased by the voice of the people. This portion are entitled to our esteem and their prin- ciples like those of any other rational class of people should be viewed with a sacred respect. But while there are some of thisclass we lament that there are a large portion of the abolitionists and perhaps the great- er to whom the above reflections will apply. They do not think of the principles of others; but forgetting the broad meaning of the title they assume viz: phi- lanthropists seem ready to visit with vengeance any and all who oppose them no matter if they be breth- ren by consanguinity or how m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 13 June 1840

i ir - Trt 7 X 1 t 111 & Treasury Department . Austin March 25 1840. ( SALE OF LOTS IN THE CITY OF AUSTIN AND THE PlIBL'lC TRACT ADJOINING. A Sale of lots in the city of Austin and the Public Tract ad- joining will be held at the Capitol on Monday the 6th day of July next to continue from day to day until the whole or a greater part thereof is sold. One-fourth of the amount of each purchase is to be paid at the Treasury department on the day next suc- ceeding that on which the purchase is made; and the remaining three-fourths in three equal instalments at six twelve and eighteen months in gold or silver au- ditted drafts or Treasury notes. Any purchaser fail- ing to pay said instalments within ten days after they become due will forfeit the lots purchased together with the payments made; and the lots so forfeited will be published as such and sold again as government property. All persons aliens not excepted are allowed to purchase and hold said lots; and the President of the Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 4 July 1840

S SENT I IS" k r IM T'S'-' TEX A BY CRUGEH fc BONNELL Public Printers. . "Veritas Vincil." TERMS 5 PER ANN. IN ADVANCE. VOLUME I. AUSTIN SATURDAY MORNING JULY 4 1840. NO. 29. I ' -- u . s w W In 1 Answer of the Hon. lirancli T. Arclur to the cull made on htm by aportion of the citiztiis of Colorado' Val- ley. Gentlemen : rThis response to your respectful call of date December 25th 1839 has been postponed until this time for want of room in our public journals to give it place. Having (through the courtecy of the editor of the Sentinel) been afforded room to reply the following answer is most respectfully submitted. Your call upon me gentleman is not in my priTate character as otiq of your fellow citizens but in awo fold public character; 1st as President of the Rail Road Navigation and Rankin? Conmanv of Texas: and 2d. o O J I ' t as a member of the first Congress of 1830 and onynf . two applicants for the charter of said bank. 1 will here premise that the subject on which you call ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 4 July 1840

lotr'aslr vonrseivesseriouslvtlie question are we at peace with tl:e Mexican people or government If they Reserve the appuation.j ihe answer must- necessarily be no. Are we in a better condition io lepet -invasion or to prosecute foreign war' Tha answer would be no. Have we a treasury belter supplied or a credit better established' The answer is no. Have we. in store provisions arms and muni- cians of war. in the event of a sudden invasion by our enemies? I lie answer is positively no. Aae we in better condition as a nation at tins time than we were in 1835? This question I will uot answer il is sub- mitted for vonr decision.. It is most true we had at - that time a treasury department that department we still have has its condition impioved " e have also ird a small army of commissioners iu foreign parts making their best efforts to effect loans for our govern- ment; the success attending their efforts is known to 3on. In short gentlemen have we uot less money at this lime than at"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 4 July 1840

T"I . " J A 'fl 5 t V--- AUCTION and Commission Merchants. The undersigned beg leave respectfully to inform their friends and tiie public that they have taken the well known eslabiishinent of Messrs. Iledenberg & Yedder . and will continue to dispose of merchandise both at pri- vate and public sale. They solicit a share of public patronage. JAMES W. SCOTT Fit ANL IS R. LUBBOCK. REFERENCES. Yfhittemore & Young Louis Bringier surveyor gen- eral of Louisiana New Orleans. Galveston .Mr. E. A. Rhodes McKitmey & Will- iams. Houston Iledenberg & Yedder Love & Riley P. C. Jack. Austin Hon. James H. Starr col. Win. G. Cooke Mr. Asa Brigha.n. Houston Feb. 24. lltf HyiiOLESALE and Retail Store of Colum V bia. The undersigned have constantly on hand an extensive assortment of goods expressly adap- ted to the Mexican market; together with a general as- sortment of stapleaud fancy dry goods groceries crock- ery and earthenware boots shoes and hats castings Spur salt iron steel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 4 July 1840

"To ' y ft'c $ cS--?j r- -. s3L r service is one winch every ftfitriui who ism a situation to encounter'the expense will enter into with pleasure and discharge his duty with alacrity and efficeucy '5 he-Volunteers are requested to pesent themselves well maunted and armed ;btit four or six companies of " inf.nitry will be received 't he marches will be easy and upon arriving at the frontier the infantry while eqii illy efficient will be less harras.sed with the horses Upon arriving at the rendezvous the horses mounting and arm- will be appraised. Though the object and destination of force is fully explained I deem it proper and necessary to state here th'at as 1 shall at ail times hold myself subject most strictly to orders of the government in order to secure the honorable arc nnphshmeuts of the object in view and that the expedition may result beneficially to the country & with glory to itse'f.lshall upon all occasions roqoire and exact the most perfect subordination and obedie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 11 July 1840

V J.. . Z'-jF. SE'HTINEL.. BY.CRUGER & BONNELL Public Prixtjeks. " Vr-ntas Vincit." TERMS $5 PER ANN. IN ADVANCE I; vt it i I 1 m VOLUME I. AUSTIN SATURDAY MORNING JJlJLY U . 1840. "ST" NO.. 30. H 'S- X JSJ 1l sjL 3 0 -i 'h u 1 T n I -t li r? U ? r . Indians of texasf J scries of letters originally addressed tooLJoua J a M ispx deceased ' ae Indian -agent bl Natchi- jiOcheSBY DAVID G. BURNET. ' ? LETTER IV. ? .4 "" Nacogdoches Pro. Texas) V August 1818.; : 5 The Comanchees conduct- all their military' opera- tions on horseback. JSo exclusively aro they habitu- ated to the cavalry mode of warfare that to place them on foot would be in'effect to put them fwrs if r. combat to render them totally in efficient. They are general- ly well mounted when on a hostile excursion andare scarcely exceed in the urtcoTliorsemenshipf to which they are trianed from early infancy. Both in war and hunting' they rely much on the speed of their horse.c and are careful to select for their own usetlie ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 11 July 1840

- W i! ffr " "" v rtr -' " r !H?!jivwiv' I j - F V t 13 ' " ' - ' "f Tjp P" - r lirf v if.'t'-ajrwt.. . -riIj'l .. i -i ... !.- l. :aiwuiin.v'. j ne temporary places ai wmuu i5ie cnblnistopped for a few days during "the time our country was occupied by a hostile army could not be looked npqp a3'(tho seat oi government. It is true the first sessfqri of congress under the constitution was held at Columbia. But it was not the seat of govern- ment. The president of the government ad interim jwouUhnot pretend to locate it he knew it was a ques- tion whLh properly belonged to the representatives of the people. But congress had to he called together at some point and there was not at that time a place bet- ter calculated for their accomodation than Columbia. Thai place was accordingly selected but neither the president nor cabinet looked upon it as a permanent "location. t Wiis removed from Columbia to Houston and re- mained there until it was brought to this place. He would not go into an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 11 July 1840

5- fxq- Jf" iZ0V ivr A I . I i. '.J l . i. .';... it "' w.. . .1 JnHBHH n mii.CII a UHOIiCc nguut truth justice ai d pers-o al woith; it is too rank and vi ! meet its p'opei condemnation m the breast of every man w.m i co t-tiut 1 - theexeitionsofE. L. II! res we main'v out ue I c ition of the .seat ofgov- er'i Tut m us present pos tiou. uhieli in- done more tv.Vtr! ill: ' : vi :i "f "is.- M n ler and il "velope- mmt of'-nr n't :i :' r -s Mirx"- tlian .my nher measure Mnu iti-ig from c i.i.ress since t ic fir-t session. Wc .(ieral.md liiat Mr. iloim 'i tends to defend unse'l over his own signature Uom t!ie aspersions of ni. Bonnel!. t i i.KMaMEMyprajtftijsarariT7"rrnfiLTiarwiMW.fmprH.Br.rrvj-ii ."g Li'l'HLli' ol i-: Counv u lditu i)iilict lit Court; fall term KS I!). Republic of Texas vs. I miei Rav.igo et. al. Wiictim- at a term of the ui-tnc t con-: heg m and hoI.K-n at the court house in t.i count afore. tid. on the .f-ond monday after the fo lit i nianday in m irch i.i the vear ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 11 July 1840

h V Ike - .. - ' V certificate Tor one league and oim labor Kn. '" i.-nnd lir fhe hnnrd nf land rummiiorn-is 01 v in r on couniyio 1 noruion r. Pincka iv. now deceased. This is to givo-nolice that mile- inlclhi sice of the snid certificate is rccesved.uji ... i .1 .e rrJ-.'lH.-ii K U''Y- 1 ... s of land. io. 2'J2 w Ufcbljshl i iii tnc ill p irtment or war wiuun uirec monins iroinirc;4 ww IuJB!ilE till dale of i'm; publication application "will be fjv JfittiJurt;i the r-i!.- .-ibertolhe -proper .officer for a dupjicalej va&&&'&wM$f t-rM. JMii A.M bUluMAW UiiSFS3l5Siri inn.- 2-J 27-St Adrnfx of Th- W Pinckard decU liMfehni UR MOORE. aid OSautiisgion' Merchant. Con- Austin nmv 3U 24 tf r and Daily Times will please LOST. Certificate (or one-third of a league of land is- Jlied by the b.iardqfdand commissioners lor Harrisburg to ilictiardJ?.;Ejrlestoii nsjiis head-righr and transfer- red by the "smHEgleston to'rJthVunde:signed. " Notice is Hereoy given to the public that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 18 July 1840

" IT. 'I 11 Uvil--JJ)P4 " Mmfffi'vrT?& SSs' r j ig .zyi.1 " T SEr jr - '-t i Jfo ' Wl TEXAS s TINEL. ir3 " F A ? r BY .CKUGE.l fc BONNELL Public Printers. "Viritas Vincit. (TERMS 5 PER ANN. IN AD"3&CE .vWj J h j. F"l'Bp S5u-sV'1l It's. "-tJV ' - i 'ft. s : fl W -i. - - a V 1 JL -. s . . r-' ui - 1 41 VOEUME I. V & I AUSTIN SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 18 t jti 1840. NO; s . & IPP . INDIANS OP-TEXAS. 'Ssencs of tetters oiiginallj addressed to' col. John Jamison deceased late Indian agent at Natchi- toches BY DAVID G. BURNET. LETTER IV. (Concluded.) t Nacogdoches Pro. Texas) 4 ' August 1818. J Vanity certainly is not peculiar to the Comanchees; but they possess more vanity both national aud perso- nal than any other people whatever. Foppery in all its contemptible gradations of dress deportment and mental nothingness and insipidity is the prevailing characteristic of the young men. An Indian dandy would to be sure be an amusing unique in the circles of fashion; but if you co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 18 July 1840

z lz. i7 . i -iL t: isgs3vr.3!5fiS3 hiVl d k 'Vj '. M "'" " - ?V-T NV " ' 1T&JMKHBiML' K. ;J..-Hr:V tH SN. Jt V" 7 - L -' 4 IMF kg ' ' 4 jSmk J ."L. 'IMfc i i "A tegfeC 1$. i - JBflSF iir .a.ijfc i3r " t 7 V '.-0. -"a 3 JBWMMaAHKij9HtMMtUSMdkiUL Vv! v " P &. K? G- Kr i v Vf i rtf ' - riSir Iff . j . H 9 -V. - jC .X: m . J "k. i:reuuaure at six hunarcd tiious- anddoUkrs.noobiectioutothe msaaure uud tnat too w.ie i t'i& same party are tryiug to destroy our littie ar- u .iad leave the irontier unprotected on ttiu sco e of eco.M uy ? Tais wns strauge docinue to IiiiH ;md o.ju v nci he thought could naver be adopted by ii wise aa 1 il'ttdrainistration. This sum wouid protect our uif.i .t sattlem mis till they were abie to protect ilie.u- syes KYid forever shut out the yell ol'the s.umo from "oiir jwrdera. BiU when raouey lato be expjndjd for "ueful jiiirp-isesthecry of ecoiioaiy and retroiiuliuutic iisr lisjJ but when an appiopriatiou is to be nude to rifr uify "p.irty lechug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 18 July 1840

Wffl i Ik U GEO. W. UONNHLL Editor. AliStTiX SATURDAY JULY 181840. i '" .. . . ...-.- . s lE ii On sundav we receh ed a mail from the Untied Slates. whicii brought papeis Iroiu New Orleans to the 24tli of Ju.ie. Tiiey conlam nothing of much consepuonce; but are entirely tilled with local news and long politi- cal mticles. Accounts from Yucatan slates that Campeachy had not liilleii iuio the hands ol the Fedrrlists as1 before stated hut it was thought it could not hold out much longer. It contained hut 5U0 neutralists and was in- vesied by '1000 Federal tr ops. Tue same mail hro 'ght us London papers to the 3d of June. Oar little Republic appears .o be attracting considerable at ension in that country. The leudmg Article under the editorial ol the London Journal of Commerce was one advocating the immediate recog- nition of Texan indepeudeiice by Great Britain. The Unit Advertiser contains (eligibly article upon the subject and all contain Ioi.'gthly extracts from the Texas p iper. an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Sentinel — 18 July 1840

.lJ SU1 f WMilifi Cbwfr - wantd prices. immediately at lair 4 Apply to EVERRETTE & co Auctioneer and General Agents Galvcstion. 30 4t 1OR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES 200 saoks Corn 5() do Oats 50 do Coffee 30 bbl N. O sugar 75 boxes Soap &c &c. by EVERRETTE & Co Auctioneer andGeneral Agents Galveston. 30 4t NEW PUBLICATION. 'S33 TOPOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF i TEXAS Just published and for sale at this office !by WING &BROWN. Austin Sentinel ofhee June ziu. J AND H. MOLLHAUSEN RCH1TECT Civil Engineer Draftsman 3 and Contractor has located himself at the 'city of SAUS:n nrirl m:rwfrftilltr nfTprs his nrnfi'ssinnnl Rrvi- ces to4he citizens: .Plans for buildinss of every kind and description Wlin .: .. j i:j:. r . v ii oe executed wim sinci regaru io suiiuuy cuuuuri ! beauty; aud security will be given for the faithlul performance ot contracts entered into. Charges for plans exact calculations of costs and su- perrntendance of buildings will be very moderate; and he can pr...

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