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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 22 July 1846

nr ffiBSSSKSEE2KSB33E233eEK3a! 35332232 )'.'i'.i'jm'i''.i"Vj tJf .i',rXm7r: t-- " ,u i- ?xff?m t,'jjj-';'y.'wggs. a i SpE PEXAS DEMOCRAT. : V s'CJTT V'OJP 'JUS TZSW ;. -WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1846. 3" "We are again indebted to Gen's Hot's "TON-nnd Rusk for important public docu- ments, including tiie Repnrtof the Secretary of War, Secretary of the Treasury, Commis- sioner of Patents &c. &c. 'Ve'hre also indebted lo Hon's. TaPii.-sbu kD-S.-Kaurman and L. -Cass for similar, favors. . (T5 Hon. A. C. HottroN, "Lieut. Governnrf arnvecTinltpwn on Mondajevening from San Antonio. " c (jgJn jyvins the result of the election in thisountj, in la5t week's pappr, we inadver- tantly omitted the name of Mr. GeorgsD. Glascock. Mr. G. was elected tojtlie office r 6aesorfhnd "collector of tapf. -Messrs. Peter TSnaiCan'd War. HnTcnKis 'were -nlsoelected justices 'of the peace in the lower bents. - "3?ovds and BniDGns. : The road Imdinsr from An "'Tn toWnsblnffton "was nevpr, per- 3Iiaps.at tin's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 22 July 1846

l' !:r- t - ftiff :?. x- -'.- A' w- p ' .. ; , i - "'r.4i. w r riin DINNER AT ARISTA'S BEAD-QUAR-. v TER3? The committee appointed to wait on Gen Taylor withl. "the resolutions tendering the thanks of the State ttnda.sword, tor me recent brilliant achievements 4)0 the Rio Grande, were invited by the officers of the aray to a snlendid banauet. given on.tlie llthinsLat . . ? Mstamm-os. in theinanston occupied by Getr. " ' Arista", nrevious to his defeat. AUouL two I ; - hundred -persons sat down to dinned Col. '"," Twis "presiding, wIiTTthe members of the Committee on his right, and Gen. Taylor nnd Gov, Henderson of Texas," and staiF, on C bisJefu Tiie officers of the volunteer corps 2. A itni K.,.4 ff rticri- wne ill j3 were-'preseiju tx. c uaim u mun, .-.? ... . a altendance, "and- made the welkin rijg with '?- .niiii nnfinnl nira. Tlhfi linilSP WJ1S ill II 1111 11:1- teefj and a large number oT Mexican citizens Assembled in he public square in front ol the house, to fitness 'in sil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 29 July 1846

r-- ".safes. -.; r -- ' -&vGe- sjtp?ir-fcv r , -imjw j4rw'-i- Igllsaj FCBUCSHEO EVSRY TVEmnSSDlY, JS. F0RD'& JVIrCRONICAN, ii . PGBLIC PRINTERS. ' tjastf - i jTEJltMS Four Dollars per annum, in advance Six Dollars atdic end of.tlic year. No subscription yTeceivrd fir lesthansix months. VOLUME I. " L A AY S Massed by-the first legislature of the . state of tjexas. X& " - AN ACT , -To provide, for the appointment of Palrols and lo - - presenile itieir dimes and pnwer 'Section. I. Beit ciuictedbi, the Legislature of the county court ofeve.v Jf&tiil who are to pHtmi the same and that thev r, ;., . , .,'.. -... . 1 - :r. Snail pairtM saiu oisinct ai least tmef ni rvfry . "month, and as much- ofteuer as the ttanquility thereof may Require, by visiting the negro quar ters and all .other places hi siim ttisinci, wnere it may be suspected that slaves are improperly or .unlawfully assrtibled. - Sec. 3. BjjBkthr enacted, That whenever ji ?ieiachuienl,iHart of one, may htid any ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 29 July 1846

:? &v c Require ihe.fcever.tl district 'aitortiies to" report to him semi-annually, xii the close of ihe courts ol their respective districts, in such form as he ma prescribe, precise information of the situation or k aH suits instituted by them for the collection oi public money. .Sec. S. Be it further enacted, That he shal! report to the comptroller of public accounts annu -jally, on the last dajr of October, and at such other limes as the comptroller may require, a full and correct statement of the situation of all suits Jnstituted for the collection of public money. Sec. 9., Beit further enacted That the attorney "" general shall, at the request of the Govern -r, v secretary of State, comptroller of public accounts. - Slate treasurer, assessor or collector of taxes, oi Treasurer of any county, give an opinion in wri- - ling", in ail cases touching i lie public interest, or concerning the revenue or expenses of the Slate. Sec 10. Be it furl her enacted, That he shall, wheneve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 29 July 1846

fc -0 i hi mil ii B'T ii ' jiT'" '"f TFTP'TEXAS DEMOCRAT- "" CET.V OF JUSTr: ' - V4DNfiSDAY, JULY 29, 1846. (IT Hon. David G. Burnct, Secretary, of State, arrived in town last evening, from Houston. ? We learn with pleasure thnt-our fellow citizen, Capt. Joseph Daniels, has been ap- pointed by the Pr?sident, Assistant Quarter- master in the army, with the rank of Captain; and that'S. -Z. Uoyle, E q., has been np--parnted Assistant Commissary, with the same tank. 3fThe Texinn Ransers Tire said to be very disagreeably situated wii limit shelter, scorched hy a burning sun, nothing- hut the wptLmuddt nround lo lie on, and lonnented rTy the Ptinss of the infernal -muquitocs. They are falling; sick, and no wonder. ? we learn from I he Galveston New, lliat " Gen. Taylor is e-cppditinic the forward trmrclr of the army as fast as poibIe." Threeoms left Matirnoros on th? I2th Inst. i-with stores for'Revnosi, and other boats werp expected to learilnirily with sunnlii. Gen. Taylor's armfi5"fcMm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 29 July 1846

-y r& j -' III 1 1MIIII III HM I HI HI Ml -rfit!-. j- 3- .-. -- ..I i ll.llll I !!! I 11111.11 iTTTlTT Froi cVeeutant's "Etptoring Eigcdition. c A DESPERATE ADVENTURE.. . Wjiile encamped on the 24th of April at :sprinr near the Spanish trail, we were s-ur- e .. I I I prised by the sudden appearance among us ot lwo Mexiciinp,-n-man and a boy; the name of the man was Andreas Fueuias, and that of the boy, (a handsome Iad-eh-yen years old,) Pablo .Hernandey. , Willi a cavalcade of about thir- ty horses, the.v came out from Puebhi de los Angelas; near thtr Pacific; had lost half of their-Aiiiinals, stolen by Indians, and now' sought my camp for aid. Carson and Godey, "twTnf my men, volunteered to pursue them, with the Mexican; and, well mounted, the three set off on trial. In the afternoon of the next day, n war ho p was heard, such as lndi- "t ans make when returning from a victorious enterprise, and'gmm Carson and Godey ap- peared driving before them a band of horses, recognized by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 August 1846

JUS 4r EV4iwJPUBEISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, ySp'-a-TERMS OF DVERTZSING. iPffr pnr.Ti sauare of ten lines or under, first ii E-S. FOBIL& M. OR0NI0AN, ' t PUBLIC PRINTERS. 4..U.M .- ----- . - i tinn nn Hniiar. bor each subseauent inserii fiffif nonti A deduction ot httv tier cent. WUU made upon yearly advertisements, with thcprivrlj of renewing the same quarterly. I Announcement ofcandidatesfor office fivedolL , V ''-TERMS Four Dollars psr annum, in'adiance - .8ix Dollars at thcend of the year. No subscription received for less than six months. ' " 0A11 Advertisements out of the county, musi paid for m advance. - ,TifcXAS STATE 'LIB . J Austin, Texas rt. a ......, ... ,mi,.i,,. M I,, ii ..mi an " ii-ui . ."' ' muUjiiwuiri."gjeCTrs- .... " iTiMiiirij"i i im n iaas3:rHi liin i m n rfii , ii J -.. n.'a.iiWvii yri . . .. ...nu&Baa - . Sm jm& 4 mr . . i . . I Zr J -' h L YOLME I. LAWS PASSED BY. THE FIRST LEGISLATURE OF THE & . . STATE OF TEXAS. ot . ; ' AN ACT t -p0 incorporat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 August 1846

hem, stalinglnat ihey .have exammedand corn- fared said duplicate with ihe'original, and find h comp m hp rnrrpot. Twhirh certificate shall be Lnm in'hv ilipmJandlt he affidavit and certificate hereof shall also'be recorded at the end of said luplicate. - . Sec. 3. Be it furticr eiiactca, mat auer sum loTatninnlmn nnri nnmnnHSOn Sliail llctC uecil made in the manner provided form the preceding 'section, the said duplicate sua.ii ua buuii,ltlcu . thn snJri r-ntmtv pourt for approval, and if appro ved, the Judges holding said court shall make a certificate at the end mereoi, staling suu uj.- proval, after which said duplicate shall be deposi ted in the otiice ot the recorder 01 sam o tand shall be. as valid, 'and shall have the same force and effect as a record that the original might J t" rriilfl hav'P. b Sec. 4-. B it. further evaded, That all copies made by the- recorder oi sum w"j " ;. said duplicate record book C, shall be as valid, and shall have the some force nnd effect as cop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 August 1846

w f F THE TEXAS DEMOCRAT. CITY OF 3 US T I Jf. ' SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1846. flf We anticipate our usual day of publi- cation in order.to facilitate the completion of the Laws. We have, thank Heaven, arrived at a point from which we can see the end of them, although we cannot see through all of them.. We shall endeavor, during the ensuing week, to issue two numbers of the Democrat, which we hope will contain the last of the laws. Tor the information of the public, we will -state that the Laws, as published in our pa- per, are as correct, generally, as they will ap- pear in hoc lorm, being carefully compared with the originals, at the State Dapartment, previous to publication. Division op Texas. We learn from the Telegrapli that a rumor has reache(PHouston of a proposed project to divide Texas into two States, the Brazos forming the line between them. The report does not wear a very au- thentic shupe,mrt withstanding the mere men- tion incurs the duty of exposing the danger and absurdi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 8 August 1846

L 1 4. g fcffaSgg3B3gSggE35S3SaSiuSViV, i Vm'JBT ?iZiiii.jjt:--r:v.v Ji..Tcr WJH.I mi AN ACT Giving concurrent jurisdiction to the District and Inferior Courts in certain cases. Section. 1. Be it enacted by tlie Legislature of the Slah of Texas, That in all cases where any part of -a river, watercourse, highway, road or street shalljbe the boundary line between two counties, the-district and ofbfer inferior courts, judges, juslices.Jind all district and inferior officers shall have concurrent jurisdiction in all cases over the extent-sP'such parts of said river, water course, liigbwajy, road'or street which shall be the boun- dary op such district or county, to all intents and purposes as if such parts of said river, water course, jrrrway, road or street was within the body of ?uch district or county : Povidcd, howe- yer, that jno person or persons -shall be twice punished'for the same offence. committed on any such parts of a river, water colirse, highway, road or street as aforesa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 19 August 1846

AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1846 NUMBER 3-1. YOLUME I. LAWS 1 PASSED BY THE FIRST LEGISLATURE OF THE s. - STATE OF TEXAS. .' . AN ACT To" Regulate Proceedings in the District Courts. " Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas, That no person who is an in- habitant of this State shall be sued out of the county where he has his domicil, except in the rnilnunntr cases, viz: First incase of married women, who must be sued in the county where( her husband has his domicil ; second- in case the defendant is a transient person, in which case he may lie sued in whatever county he may .befound? third in cases where there may be -two or more defendants, residing in different counties, in which cases the plaintiff may insti- tute suit in any county where any of such defend- ants may reside; fourth in cases where a per- son has contracted to perform an obligation in any particular county, in which case suit may be instituted in 'thai county, or where the defenda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 19 August 1846

a-. A JV 4' :, ,rrwssEgugtuM' - ...u' - '..maJA. clay, they shall be taken up and disposed of in regular order. Sec. 57. In the trial of appeals from justice's courts, Allien either party shall make oath, that he has no other evidence to prove any fact material to the prose- cution or defence of his suit, except his own oath, he shall be sworn and examined touching such facts, and the opposite party, in such casus, shall have the privilege of heing sworn us to the same fuel?. Sec 53. In appeals from justices' courts taken by ihe party against whom the judgment below was ren- dered, when the judgment of the district court shall be ag.iinst him for the same or a greater amount than the judgment of the court below, the district court shall add ten per cent, damage on the amount of the judgment below, and costs in both courts, but if the judgment of the district court slnll be against him for a less amount than the judgment below, then tiie appellant shall recover his costs only in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 19 August 1846

Sec. 1 10. No motion" for a new trial shall be allotved after a-motion in arrest of judgment. Sec. 111. New trials may be granted, as well when the damages are manifestly too small as when they are excessive. . f Sec. 112. All motions for new trials, in arrest ot judgment, or to set aside a judgment, shall be made within two days after the rendition of verdict, it the term of the court shall continue so long; if not, then be- fore the end of the term, and every such motion shall be- accompanied by a written specification of the ' ...... r lA . onrl nnnp nthpr than grounds on wiucn it is iuuuucu , ..." - those specified shall be heard. All motions for new trials, in arrest of judgment, or to set aside a judgment shall be determined at the term of the court at which such motion shall be made. Sec. 113. The costs of all new trials may either abide the event of the suit, or shall be paid by the parly lo whom such new trial may be granted, according to the order of the court, to be made ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 19 August 1846

c IIMIJ.-MVUJI m ru.l fe: NsN -35C btf 5 - "Hfe j i. . n lake and subescribe the oath of office prescribed by the constitution, which shall be endorsed on said bond together with the certificate of the offi- cer administering the same, which bond and oath shall be recorded in the office of the clerk of the county court, and deposited in said office ; said bond shall not be void on the firstvrecovery, but may be sued on from time to time in the name of any person injured, until the whole amount thereof is recovered. Sec. 3. Beit further enacted, That whenever any of the securities of a coroner shall dip, re- move permanently from the Slate, or become ins-ilvent, or whenever the county court shall deem the coroner's securities to be insufficient, said court shall cite said coroner to appear at a time to be named in such citation, not less than . wenty nor more than thirty days after issu- ing such citation and give a new bond with good and sufficient security, and if such coi oner sha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 26 August 1846

" . '. )" jr. & w -ji!uiMiiuiMijtwiiiirlMiilipiiayl.Miiiiii iiiiiniiiiinri rm mi i , - .ac -.-- " -r-- - fe'fgp'fe1'1" v --- 1jaea.'w------" BfffrmsST '-fmmmmmimsm ipTO3iISHEDEYSR.Y WEDSESDAY I ' W i IPPP ' TERMS OF ADVERTISING 7 C ; - r Jjy 5fc -( Dy jbr 55555W IB-- For each square of ten lines or under, firit infcr- J. S. FORD & M. CftONICAN, V-lg Lfc rg "iff lii ' rt 4M -ff "H TTlI li -A rl' rrf ift dlf 'TF JiiLAonlSnei?BS "'," PUBLIC PRINTERS. " (ft I W j 1 (A IB ' S" Tli7 S ""Fb? " K III ll S 111 1 I x I 1 ' m5de upon yearlj-advertiaementa, with ihe-privHege 'iU TERMS Four Dollars per annum, in advance Ift i I '' - jft V XT WP Pg. TjS?5P " V 'i i3 'f lL : Announcement of candidatesfor oflce Rve dollars. x'DoUarsatthe'ena ot the year. No subscription W ' ' ? f0 0AH Advertisements out of the county, musle ! j r 1 .. .u- ' TT ' t- ' v? - ! paid for in advance, , , received for less than six months. ; r j J "' ' ; V . - ' m - , r ' i i ' i ' ' - IIIWIMMM aMiT a MIIIH I i- ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 26 August 1846

r a - toieptifcmonjymea5ures j s"siany person, nur leuu your coiiute- n?nce tu journals friQarnish any name upon which you have lavished, ere now, a thousand eucmiums; tor however-secretlv these things aajr be done, they ahvays'come to light, and h would be painful for me, that a man to wnom k am indented lor Ins generous, nttices-i leadersTot that p.iny, as thpfre-uJt ol tiarri- whilsrl was enduring suffering and affliction son's elecfion, and who, instead, are now atjrotehoul J compromised advantages he weighed down bya combination of circtim- hau obtained by -conduct- so noble? Serve faithfully tthe General who ihis day reposes confidence in"vou, and even I myself advise tititt'yoirahmiid Vso as far a? houor.audjdtity tpsnnitj but this should not hinder you from Lbeiug consistent and grateful towards another -General, who, since 1831, has showered up m you marks of friendship. and -consideration ; uor is ifu. sufficient release from those obliga- tions to plead that during the ye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 26 August 1846

i I !9&tgtr)Mf9 an m . i ' 1 .--iMrmirnT -v-o- -srr. wwisca.. , -- - - MrM:rBrgMwgMtnMriMW"MTlWliMIBMBMMIHTWWMBtWTWWffWWTlBWW The late. Pope. Judging rrmn tne tone """"bf the press generally, Gregory sixteenth vis man hi wlfom all ihe Christian vtrius centred. If wa are to believe the torejgn correspondent of the Boston Atlus,"hc was m tie better' than that scandalous feliciw who turned but to be H,womdit after all ; we mean rPope Joan. The picture is, perhaps, colored too highly ; if so, the artist simuld be held -amenable at the bar of public opinion. To detract from the fame "of the living is bad enough, but to defame and- calumniate the dead is a crime for which no adequate pun- ishment has been devised. Tim correspondent of -the Atlas would, ti is presumable, be loth in commit, so foul a sin, even where indulgences A - - - Can" be purchased for u sung. Here is his portrait of Gregory sixteenth. Rome, June 5 h, lfe'4b. Pope Gregory XVl. died on loud.ij, Uie 1st, at ht i.iner...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 26 August 1846

t' -&& h$ t. .9 , GOOD BYE.1-;, arfwelH iarewell is often heardfIU "From the Iips.of those who partigd 'Tjswhisperingrtone 'tis a gentlewordt ym out it springs viim it uui uie uuuri. r--g St may serve for the Iovevclosing lay, "' -i"; To be sung "neath a summer's sky; BHtgire me the quivering lipsthatsay Thelionest words " Good bye !" 'vjriy Adieu! .adieu ! may greet tlie ear, jHn4he:gmse-of courtly speech ; Jtut,when,we leave the kind and dear, Tis not what the soul would teach. Whene'er we grasp the hands of those We would have. forever nigh, The flame of friendship bursts and'glows In the warm, fiank words " Good bye." The mother sending forth fier child TToi meet with cares and strife, Breathes through her tears, her doubts and fears " For the loved one's future life. No cold " adieu," no " farewell" lives Within her closing sigh ; Butthe deepest sob of anguish gives- "God bless thee, boy !" Good bye " Go ! jvatch the pale and dying one, - When the glance has lost its-be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 9 September 1846

PUBUSHKD EVERY WEDXESDAT, .S.OUD &. M CEOMCLAiN', 4. PUBLICERINTERS. ?&& " ''TERMS Four Dollars per annum, in advanca- "Six,DolIarB at the end the year. TJo subscription ecelvcd for less than six months. T I 4 . J& & TERMS OF ADVERTISING. -L For each square of ten lines or under, firat ina tion, one dollar. For each subsequent inseral fifiv cents. A deduction of -fifty per cent, will made upon yearly advertisements, with tbeprivil . r r .1 ...-I.. OI renewing uts auuic (juuiiciijr. Announcement of candidatesfbr office fivedolli 0"AH Advertisements oat of the county Tmttt paid for m advance. WLTJME'I, AUSTIN, TEIAS, WEBNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1846. IISCELLANBOIJS. "V- From the Soutliern Patriot. ' " ' SERGEANT JASPER - jilliara Jasper was a martyr to freedom. tElie Emerald Isle, that garden spot of beauty, v chivalry and song, a land ordained by the t Ureater an ms wise ucumtcutB mi hiKmi "destiny than she ever yet occupied, gave birth to "this youthful hero of thejt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Democrat — 9 September 1846

.fe. , --- j Lr i v sllTdefiuj4',aL specifiedr ol)jejts. Besides, lefie ebjenuoaii 4be practical, evils -whifch hw from the exercise, on the part of the fed- rat government, ot me powers assertea in isvBMi,Hnpfe8stmjf.iniiiQf wiin a grave sense ray duty to avert them from the country, as &ras my constitutional aclionaj enable me rlt ;npfc,qnJy leads to a consolidation of power rAhe federal -government at the ""expense of :t-.fL.l i ?. .1 .-. !.... :..:-. KixaW.01 yrmwbTl ia"M'l(Sr n peace just nnd honorable to both par- ritable -ieiideficv iir in embrace "'J" "' tfeeexpenditure of the iublic money, which FreJocaRm Xheit character,- benefiting ljt a neir cparacier,- ircnenuu? ui pense fiftkcominon treasury of llrveiU gilder sectional tcehngs Few at the expense Urejolt-v "ttwill teifcd-preludices'calcnhncdio disturb ibfs bar roony wnicn smmm prevail in our ,iegisjas:ve fcDUilClh?.. 's:. .., ,.. -iv- i ... lylt will produce combtiinti-ins of local r.nd Cliohal mtersts, strong enoug...

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