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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 1 March 1845

S!'tr'Mv'h'i' 5T(rf...WB3 n;w .&' . -v?i'Y-" 1-VXS? -'i-SM $:&& WHTfJl.T7. X3 & J 1 & .' - ' ; :j y 5 .ft. . '- V & &r . j&E$&MS ff-.AxTflNfe JBSB.O'iappp. ; m K ftfi.'srs" w .- rw i3 i v ? ft-- GM McLeo J Mabry Meanfmcn vSadlef Scott Scurr Sutherland SnixlhofJ. Truit nnii Walhicfe 26. Noes Bffessrs. Bourland Tazhetfu Choke of B. Gage Lewis Merie- fee Moffett ttgden Perkins Robinson Smith . of F. and Williams 1 2. ; -. On the motion to engross the bill for the relief of Hugh S. Hope Sheritf of Harrison county T Mr. Scott stated that Mr. Hope had been Sheriff of his county for some years. He has collected though with much difficulty nearly the entire tax. He has some claims against the government and if they are allowed by the Auditor as desired he will be enabled to settle entirely with the government: without that he will not be able. The finance com- mittee have had this bill under consideration and report that they have examined the claims and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 1 March 1845

'WjKlVi1' "? 2A-V- SS?a3f??BK -t. tv T'f - t iss-t .' - Jl 1 tf 1 wmwwm 6- if ? t A i fc r 4 t m i fr. 105 ti-.i i- 'hV-V "4" Pf - rS Vit;'?' . M. .-;. i T&-A S N AT ION A L RE G I S T E R. .'! ?.- Marchfi rai MMtul to tke dafenca of that froiiUer: though for hit part jie waa williaf to go and take hit ehanea withoot a dollar. Mr. Cooke of Robert) said he hoped it would be recollected that he hud been a strong friead to taking Salceoeya of the Re- public; that he had done all that he could to effect the passage of the bill and would still do it if honorable gentlemen would help him to sustain ths frontier. But if thej would sa- crifice the interests of a.bleedirig and suffering frontier he would vote against the census on the ground that his constituents need frontier protection more than they do a census bill. I sir will go for a party that will sustain the interests of my constituents. I have been with honorable gentlemen of middle and east ern Texas in every case and I hope t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 1 March 1845

HRST t' i " . Kv. f ?!:-Wi'i rv 'V.?- '-jp-iTfi-qsjr. sv ' A a t' ''' S March I ' TEXAS NATIONAXREGISfER 103 rVs I IV I 4T L'j V Pw - fr I IV9TICE WN aecordaace with the provisions of aa act of CoMfrMt approv ed February 1 1645 graating a charter for a literary institution to be styled the Baylor University" the trust- ees thereof will on the first Monday in April ext at the town of Independence; ia ihe County of Washington proceed tb.'eelect a site and make further arrangements to carry into effect the object of the said charter: Writ- ten proposals are requested to be made and addressed to the undersigned at the time and place above specified by all person desirous of securing the location and aiding in the es- tablishment .of the said institution. It is de- sirable and necessary that the different propo- sals should distinctly state the amount and character of the donations proposed to be made whether in land cash or cotton; and the time of transfer or payment and also the point ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 1 March 1845

W -T .H.-.T'- SLW-? 1? ir ' 'W- -!VjXi3 SBgwp awsa; WJWPBwj - 4ta.tj"Ea iv v ViW -JK5i Ef fit . li K te y 1 1 3. 4" IV- J Yi 15- wuK l. j llstfS 104P $$& s swjBtf j.isi:A'fi cwe& Fsftsie: v..-; t n. -- fc.-r.a No? 17FfCi?Wi!8onV Post tfffleetSabme miv1ownTa-lUtdifTcn Bluff wwjw u v( IIIMIUS WV &UIO0 ; ; yi t v v Aj WilsonV every;Wednesday -..- v at6 a i arrive at Sabine Town ev- WVfy.M.tyJv ttiWiiiiyMttw .y.. - Wr-fcf. am j -JT A-- J----Tgi' ery Friday at 6 it-lb. ft ; ' r HiiurnitigL-Leiire.Sabine everyoaiurday at a a tn. & Town arrive at Wilson's every Monday at 6 p m. Nov?18.--From Montgomery to Houston via . . Crofts 60 miles. i Leave Montgomery every Friday at I p m arrive at Houston' every Sunday at 12 ra. -.. . Returning Leave Houston every V ' Monday at 6 a m arrive at Mont- ' ; r poaiery every Wednesday at 12 mi- No: 19 From Galveston to Pattillo's via . t Garner's and Beaumont 75 miles. JLeave Galveston every Monday ... :. at 6 a m arrive at Pattillo's ever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 8 March 1845

W-i --fclU'iiJaiffi! " " " -r-vv -; - i vn. ; 14 ' 1." ; - l lv NATIONAL REGISTER. VOL. I. 4 WASHINGTON TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 8 1845. NO. 14 E SSE5iSMM- i i rsJSHB!Pj.SjiBSKfoJPl5- MvY i33SJ PROPAtRIAJLQSTRrrfsUA DTQNITAT;-!--'. "1 J- TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS BY MILLER & CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. TERMS. Subscription. Five dollars per annum ; three dol- lars for six months and two dollars for three months. Advertising. For each square of 100 words or un- der first insertion one dollar. For each subsequent insertion fifty cents. A deduction of fifty per cent will be made upon yearly advertisements with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for office ten dollars- Postmasters Sheriffs and Clerks of Courts are specially authorized to procure subscriptions and ad- vertisements and collect and remit the money therefor. An allowance of ten per cent upon ail sums be- tween twenty-five and fifty dollars and of twenty per cent upon al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 8 March 1845

J& 1M TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. March 8 ' It b l AN ACT For the relief of Thomas Tomlinson. Section 1. Be it enacted bv the Senate and Hnue of Representatives of the Republic'of lexes ik Congress assembled Thnt the Uom- tnissioner of the General Land Office be and he is hereby required to issue to Thomas Tom- linson jr. minor heir of Thomas Tomlinson sen. a patent for one league and one labor of land on a certificate granted by the board of land commissioners for-the county of Red River to George W. Wright administrator of the estate of Tbonws Tomlinson sen. de- ceased. Approved Feb. 1 1845. TEXAS NATlptf&L REGISTER. EDITED BY W. D. MILLER. TrASBriJVG&OJV. SATURDAY MARCH 8 1845. JOINT RESOLUTION Making legitimate a certain person therein named. Section I. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Republic of Texas in Congress assembled Thnt Lean- der Reason jr. an illegitimate and infant son of Leander Reason sen. and Martha Jane Pace be and he is h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 8 March 1845

c'v-K-iS: i -r YVSr? v & March 8 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER r . 'I H A fk. . THE LANGUAGE OF TRUTH. Anions the coruscations of brilliant and powerful intellect elicited by the discussion of the Texas question we have been forcibly struck by the beauty of sentiment the energy spirit and truth of the following extract tjrom the speech of Mr. Kennedy of Maryland in the House of Representatives of the United States. We commend it to perusal. Situated as we are now we cannot but regard his sug- gestions as if dictated by the purest friendship for the people of Texas their welfare and glory. The pendency of the Texas question in the American Congress has formed one of those rare epochs from which the future career of either country must receive a controlling di- rection leading to events whether for weal or woe hereafter to become history. Future annalists may speculate upon what might have been the destiny of the two Republics if their union had been actually consummated by an- nexation...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 8 March 1845

Tv-t trr.i 'A i- n-lwvS5 r- 1 YiOiWi'y ''Kpii' SSl Mi- !3jvVf-v'- 1 r r TRXAS ATIONAL.REGISTER. MarchejB r L i J gt - "J ' ; i CON G RESS IONA L. . w ? BENATEr i Monday Feb 3 1845. Bitk "Introduced. " Senator Kaufman by suspension of the rile introduced a4 bill to extend the franking privilege to certain persons therein named : rule suspended nud passed. Senator Munson by suspension of the rule introduced a bill making an appropriation for the' payment of Messrs. Iawdon Wright Hatch and Edson : rule suspended and pass- ed. Reports of Committees. Senator Wright from the committee on claims and accounts reported favorably with amendments on the bill for the relief of A. Swift and S. Cummings ; also favorably on the bills for the relief of Wm. Bryan and E. McLean. Senaton Kaufman from the judiciary com- mittee reported favorably on the bill for the encouragement of learning &c. On motion of Senator Wright seventy-five copies of the colonization contract with Chn's Fenton Mercer wer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 8 March 1845

Hl iVc 'X-7Jf -SH March 8 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. m xvs-v-gss:r f s' community at large are acquainted with them or not. Would' that the whole of these tram- actions could be published to the world Whenever they shall be they will cnnstiiute tne proudest vindication thai ever an execu- tive met with at the hands of his country with regard to his conduct in relation to the Mier prisoners. And Sir I still claim the. right of havin" that name inserted in the resolution in order to obtain an expression from this House. Although the gentleman from Fan- nin was not present on the occasion referred to when the correspondence relating to this matter was laid before the House yet still it is the fact that the objects of the appropriation were carried out: that in the language of the gentleman from San Patricio the President did all in his power to furnish relief to those prisoners in Mexico. Were Sam Houston my bitterest enemy a sense of duty would still compel me to come forward and give h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 8 March 1845

no TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. March 8 I J V that I tertaia for him the irst unkind M- inf. I had proposed as we were here about to separate that we would forever bury in the tomb of forgetfulness every thing calculated to mar our harmony. There being no quorum present) no vote could be taken upon the resolution of thanks offered by Mr. Johnson of Shelby. On motion of filr. Cunningham the House adjourned sine die. For the Register. ANNEXATION. The evidences and lights that have been before the public some time past are too clear and well defined not to lead to the conclusion that we are now on the eve of a change in our political condition. Every overture for the final adjustment of our difficulties has been so often contemptuously rejected by the nation whose claim to Texas has been for eight years merely nominal yet whose friend- ly recognition of our independence is abso- lutely essential to our national welfare that the most sanguine began to despair of ever seeing the negotiations...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 8 March 1845

R.-vj z-rs? r s-yil' "' Vl-1 JFj. Ml'"'i. vl.( -i "f " - .- IK' - - 35 A. TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER! March 8 Ill tV K frt- ? L - rival their sister cities of New York Boston ihere should be adopted n war bill to pro?jde and Baltimore in commercial prosperity are mern and munitions of war to strengthen our - . . . f - .A . . .1fpnnn.i to nut nnr fnrtroBKPs in order and now from tne enecis 01 me .protective policy i - i VT": u ij j:ji:- : ;;;. j .. to construct new ones. Cotton bags would UWlUUlIMg " iuaigHiiiwuiiwvj uuu uuiuunu grass grows in the streets that were formerly trod by thousands of industrious citizens and while the Southern planter realizes an interest of less than five per cent upon his in- vested capital northern manufacturing com- panies are owing to the adventitious aid of government enabled to declare annual divi- dends of from 30 to 50 per cent. Famous as is that government for taxing the poor for the benefit of the rich the reve- nue law of 1842 known as the black t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 8 March 1845

i''a-r-'iiifi-v' 5 xt riV-- - y fj" "XI W-v '' "' I 4T lis: texas :na;t Hqnl: REGI StiER. NOTICE. WN accordance with the provisions of an act of Congress approved February 1 1845 granting a charter for a literary institution to be styled the " Baylor University" the trust- ees thereof will on the first Monday in April next at' the town of Independence in the County of Washington proceed to select a site and make further arrangements to carry into effect the objects of the said iharter. Writ- ten proposals are requested to be made and addressed to the undersigned at the time and place above specified by all persons desirous of securing the location and aiding in the es- tablishment of the said institution. It is de- sirable and necessary that the different propo- sals should distinctly state the amount and character of the donations proposed to be made whether in land cash or cotton and the time of transfer or payment and also the point or place preferred by the donors as a site. W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 March 1845

rTT'P--l a----s?ic "V J 1 V?i TjT' i iff f JS" wi-'---v:k . & 3 T J T A. WASHINGTON TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 15 1845. WO. l5. 'SaevW BSBBSSSSSSBBSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSsssSSSBBBSlEfiB. ssssaBBBssssssssssssssssBsssssssssssssHBBsssssHnk-v sI9b1bsssssssssbbb1bsssssbbss39bbsss&? 4k. iriHBHilBwBdHKn " 1''WW IIIIIIIMB 4. .'. ''.- "';.--S"S 'V-fj . f"ti . ' '.SLitlf- 9BBHH9SnBRiHiV!XHHMESiE NATIONAL SSilSlwi AGISTER. J: ;j!ljZ; : ; K Jt t ' ... 2i- . - i Lj J ? ; L:iJi VOL. I. LW r R it js.. HkA RSs 1 p'l-i- TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS BY MILLER & CUSHNEY PUBLIC PRINTERS. . TERMS. . ' Subscription. Five dollars.per annum ; three dol. lars'for six months and two dollars for three months. Advert isinsr. For each Bquare of 100 words orrun- -aerTfirfit Insertion' one dollar. For each' subsequent insertion fifty cents.- A deduction of fifty per cent will be made upon yearly advertisements with the privilege of renewing die same quarterly. Announcement of can...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 March 1845

.I.Hk .-js .rJ-Wvm MP 11' .&!W.'J VV" 5f- " iiiiH.i.uk'K5r 'P t-M 'ipi i i ii i mum l."-fl Z . --. j r i ir--sw't ? "" 'D;"i'3f!vwjyt- s$pf -- i - TT TO . . H 5 r ' i$ if -. i ' ' ;t' jj. ' . 9. PBSIMW Cf?; W T B X A S N A T 10.1 A Iv R E G I St fi A IT 114 irm-rt- -vr .-! .- if- A 1u rviitif.iitt lill lu i'mirtlimetn tlIHe re quired ul him IV tlie Secretary f Trcii ryr which nliicur nluill Kiivr ili-ajihe lury M n chief clerk of ou of he GnysTuMii '"day Approved 1 hi I 184& ft TEXA &-&" ATlON A L UESTEU . JEMMITElt Jf! HV If JKILLEMZ ' ; " . 7ii s ir r.v cro .v. "'!- SATURDAY MARCH 15 l$45. ' ' ' ' i "" i afc u fc? 'i rK i u tir MjIeSnliguy Ghurg6 d'AIKdres of France and M. Si. Mania. Attache of ihetLegatinu arrived in town on Thursday last; : ANNEXATION.- Penetrated u'iih a sense of what we !ie- lieved to be of vital interest to the Republic we have in smnc preceding: numbers; canvass- ed several of the leading proposiiionshaving reference to annexntioniei'ding bef...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 March 1845

IRkSiA'T -WFSCtiJsr w'ir li . Jit. " . T iJ V.. TtV. .VsVTE Wl.V:M--f' CBEilvlJ '. :.'- -i -w -- jVrf-i3EJJVij.'S IS.! . l..ji: ! v-t-j rwtst r;if" -.- 4 " .. 6 r".? -;-TCv . Jo "2 Svf "V gttjrff-r pjW "1' V ' ft It ... fc TWrfs" . fl trlV-:Vl r 1 N v -k. :. -. . . If s ' K 4 Tkc HHTciwt V Hhum and (jtaltr&ton Inure MHrclwwrJ miv liaff of-the Micnmer Mc- Kim. he b" l ditced under the Texan Jafud will nnmin in I lie trade between Gttiyetitoiiuiid New Orleans throughout the year. . ." The steamer MctCim on her Inst trip to New;Orleus btokeJicr fliaji which will probably chum a lieteiit.oii of m-vend days beyond Iii-r regular lime of sai iug lor the purpose 'f undergoing the necesnry repairs. Thescamhip Itcpubiic iskogo toiS'ew York before returning a. stiii to Texas. By the lart mail we received the following Metier from a staunch antl sensible fanner f Houston county; ami though written vit!i im view to its publication wi: take the liberty of laving it before uur readers as expre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 March 1845

rr r? y v- ) fSt' Sil si -' ft? - V . 4. 9 R i? IJ ;tl & REGTJ5 t- Ml fcw-3s. ;-H. ' v .'Ti!-" . . : i!i ' 28wi?&iuJtiuwuA SBmX. S l-a.H.!-.; 1 .- .." . ..-- t-- l rJ" " - -- "1 -w rwun - -r-' i J I'- V a . & i f i. I I Its h I n V K- ak?x.2Mxxvwm::.. .-t.- MiM Oftki tilt .United Stmutf vt a -- - j- TJictcomnMttoexoU:the mte 6 the Be-; putilc$ to. whomwrefer.rtheresolu- tipnt of the dozens off Austin county am lelkion to ttfnexa jectsuch attention and deliberation s its importance and the high source om which- they emanate seem to: demand and although your committee concur with their fellow-citizens of Austin county iu the )enr that the annexation of Texas to tHe United States upon honorable terms to both parties is desirable to a large por- tion of the people of Texas yet they do not entertain'' the belief expressed in the aforesaid resolutions that the people of this country are indifferent to the terms and gnditions of a measure which requires at their hands a surrend...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 March 1845

ML niTy hi tlJK-TBTr-- iVt wipni&T tr Kf . --sv.r- 8g ftfflrNrw ? 'i?''Uv ' ' .v JiffM.. ;.'-. M&r e?& " - r lv ex Mj- ' $ " Ss S?W$G5y3i; & fr 'V ks I :' Ks If i 71 -fc.:. - j --rL. MircK 18 '. riia (m I tift I "J ; ETAS MATIOffAL EEC . V '73 ' :..s; ;. ! . -v "? ;' ;-.jj-fegjjf iv.SKr"i1 LUtj ?-j&w&22l!3 ! - 18 TEE. VSaST-' Metocatiref ' Sf )? beea ;once rebaked ditnaa the present seoa for a wimlar erf cjroachment. Are we not trespassiftgin ithis 1 V . - .i-Mt .- Tir ' c -l.l inttaaee. as mucn as tain resolution declaring emereehcy requiring ihe rerrioval'of the gov. ernment from Austin had passed'awayt Ha- ving received sucha rebuke upon; thafbcca- kn I am too timid myself to approach him again in a similar manner. 1 airi disposed to trust this matter wuh3eniire confidence1!) the Department in which the Constitution has re- posed it. If tlie President shalUsce fit in the exercise of his proper authority toenter upon .- - l' .1. "IT c.... - m:i any negotiat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 March 1845

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 March 1845

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 15 March 1845

-v: L2&Y&M'?irt:&-i&&J'KS??ll y?L1'H1 i1. ? v e Si i5r- . r - - '( &MMSSBB&Wm3& X - if u i$2 ;v.r-? .tovmtMtiMfe; Section 1. Be it enacted bw thi Senate mni Hnue fBemnsnitatwcs ? the Republic w. - "-.V V fit v - r "v i i " "vx?vM? r ?? zy'Tyir'ivTJZ"' ' w- . r t - v.. -:mi Ki ti . . -A'"' .. 'ft- f AiM:m f'mmmiit amtrmhtcm 'l'hat R.Minn. .'-- - '$ 7v. -t.x.wj. Vv? """"; a. w '. '-"JvS'i inanr or MaraiRf.Mjaaa tMMBM is nereov H coanty of Rusk; to b denominated ;the Busk County Academy. Sec 2.- Be ft rAer eiwcferf That there shall be thirteen trustees appointed 'who are hereby authorised to take charge of the inter- ecu of the Academy which shall be located as aforesaid and a majority of the whole num- ber of trustees shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. - Sec. 3. Be it further enacted. That the following persons are hereby appointed trus- tees of said Academy and shall be recognized as such viz.: James Smith Win. B. Ochil- tree Ar...

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