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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 December 1836

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 December 1836

s S r S-J ft. v& V& . an additional quantity of six hundred and forty acres of land, upon the same conditions above named; and ail laws contrary to the purview and meaning of this act, are hereby repealed and declared null and void, so far as regardj their future operation. Sr.c. 25. And be it farther enacted, That in case any survey JOINT RESOLUTION For the relief of G. & T. H. Borden Sec. 1. Be it resolved by the senate and house of represetitativesl if the republic of Texas in consress assembled That the president l j'l. - il--i .....j x ; .'-.3-T . ...m ue, ami ut; is uereuy auiaonzea to issue aa, oraer on uavm vvmte ior tne sum oi two tnousana two nunureaana tnirtv- shall cross the dividing line between any two counties, it shallleight dollars twenty seven cents, in favor of G. &T.H. Borden;' De competent ior tne register wno issuea tms oraer oi survey, toana sucn oraer, Deanng legal interest, De receivea tis casn, ana proceed in the same manner, as though the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 December 1836

1 :,' k 3 4 V 3 1 -iLrl I h - i- K- - , , itgjequisJtionSj-wejsEallfaavehe difficulty in shewing Gen. Bravo "the house r that Jaclr built," forjnerly,occupfed by Santa Anna. 't- w " I GENERAL ORDERS. Ifcha3 beeii reported fejSe presideXt by Gen. Felix Huston, commanding the irmy of Texas, tuai me aiwucuus are eugugeu xu acuic uuu iuiuuuu.u; Vi "?- f rations for the immediate iS?asibii,of- TexasjItis stated that Gen. Bravo left r . Arx Haiti einna in .nmmcmn nr ynp nrmv m unpninnns. lor iuc uchuuu" i r . -k.i,-Tr'D-rione. Rnrh in fm-mniion is enTeur&ted to awaken the auBrenen-3 ?nna nf tKbsu -who have once suffered from a people who are alike insensible toi rions cC tETosa -who have once suffered from a people naW al a?well as tha.humane obligations tof society. ; Tain directed ByL!Presidentam. Houston, fto order, that every able bodied tman labjecit to' military service, shall provide himself with agribdHffcorgun r"-cfor sirvice, and one hundred pounds of ammunition, with a good...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 December 1836

1 v- T .& i s J JX 5 - (--V ri Sft -i- X OEFJCIAL. AN ACT, To Incorporate the Texas Rail-road, Navigation and Banking Company. Sec. 1. Beit enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the republic of Texas in congress assembled, That Messrs. Branch T. Archer, James Collinsw&rth, and their present and future associates, successors, and assigns, be, and they are hereby ordained, constituted, and declared to be, from and immediately after the passage of this act, a body corporate and politic, in fact and in name," by the style and'title of the " Texas rai&-boad, 'navigation and banking company;" and by that name, they and their successors, shall -and may have continual succession, and shall be persons in law, capable of suing and being Bued. pleading and being impleaded, answering and being answered unto, defending and being defended, in all courts and places whatsoever; and tkat they and their successors, may have a common seal, and may change and alter the same ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1837

1 m .tz&Z3 ,-.r ' ' K "-Z& ? a , ' TE X A VOIr. I. WE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY. NO. PUBLISHED BY G. & T. H. BORDENJ PUBLIC PRINTERS.' COLUMBIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY S, 1837. .TERMS, $5 PER ANN., IN ADVANCE ) ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. vs&fe S-PissP' s5T SsWTS rJSSSSP 8 IMUH8TEU IL f fc I m a I 1. Mr f p OFFICIAL. cause shewn, on oath or affirmation, adjourn the trial of any cause to a time not exceeding ten days. Sec. 12th. No person shall be sued before any justice of the peace, except within the district where he resides, or the district where the debt was contracted, if in the same coun Sec. 13th. QrLthe-trialo5aAy?c3useDef( peace, it other satisfactory evidepcecannot be had concerning tne matter in controversy, tne justices snail proceea to examine the parties or either of them, on oath', and give such judgment as maj appear to be just and equitable. 6ec. 14th. Jkvery justtee, of theeace. shall make a fair re- cord in a book that he shall lrfsep for that purpose, of the pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1837

Sec. 8. And be it farther enacted, Sf6. That tlierif shall be one quarter master general, with the rank, pay aniromoluments of a colonel of cayalry; and four quarter masters with the rank, pay and emoluments of majors of cavalry. Sec. 9. And be it further cnacted,rfyc. That there shall be one commissary general of subsistence with thelrank: "pay and emoluments of a colonel of cavalry; and two commissaries of subsistence "with the-rank, pay and emoluments of captains of 'cavalry. $"; jf . Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, fyc. That there shall be one paymastergeneral and three paymasters, and there shall be one commissary of4purchases. Sec. 11. And be'.it further enacted, fyc. That there shall be one surgeon general and one assistant surgeon general. Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, tyc. That the assistant quarter masters, and assistant commissaries of subsistence shall be appointed by the colonels of their respective regiments, su b- ectjtQjtheapprpvalpt the secretary oi war. S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1837

w f TELEGRAPH. .' CbtUMBtA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3,. 183; 7- Persons wishing to renew their subscriptions to the Telegraph, will please signify their intention on or before the fifty-second publication from the date of .their subscription, of which they will have due notice, by a suspension of the pap'er, unless payment in advance, is forwarded. tgi- Persons .due this, office on subscriptions, can satisfy the same, by paying the advanced price previous to the first day of January next;other- wiseKthe original terms of our paper ($7) will be adhered to. We have received information by way of New Orleans, that four thousand ' .men had left Mexico forthe army, but for what purpo'se we,are not informed. ' The papers from Mexico bring horrible accounts of the treatment of the prison ers of. the brig Pocket: tf list alto of the prisoners on Galveston has been pub- lished, having been given by general Cos,ia consequence of -which 'the Mexican ' government has. prdered thatjthelr families recei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1837

4- A, 'OFFICIAL, AN ACT Establishing Fees of Office, Sec. h" Be it enacted by tlic senate and house of representatives of the republic' of Texas in congress assembled. That it shall be lawful for the clerks of the supreme court, clerks of the district courts, clerks of the county courts, clerks of the courts of probate, county recorders, judges of probate, justice's of the peace, attor- neys and counsellors at law, attorney general, notaries public, sheriSs, coroners, constables, and chief justices of the county courts respectively, to demand and receive the several fees here- inafter mentioned, for any business by them respectively done by t virtue ofiheix several offices, and no more; that is to say: TO THE CLERKS OF THE SUPREME COURT. "ifar entering the appearance of either party in person or by tiarberafifiV.. cents: for everv rule entered on rule docket, fifty -' 1' nY-.ofeverv rule, seventv-five cents: for entering every cqnjinuance, one dQar7tfrmiwtering an oath.oraffir- inau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 January 1837

o?r L 3F lr J? r1 NL" k?Ci 't ' 5 0 ,VOIr. I. WE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY & r ...... .. t ", PUBLISHED BY G. & T. H. BORDENff X. COLUMBIA, FRIBBAT, JANUARY 6, 1837. PUBLIC PRINTERS. S?p - ' TERMS, $5 PEH ANN., IN ADTgNCE -nv-vria fl1 -AjLivjtiJttriaiiNw-, ucjuajj .tM-ii-uEj. i ?-- -- 44; AND.TEXASl. 1E&ISTE OFFICIAL. -5' " AN ACT, ' "Orgmizing the inferior Courts, and defining the powers and juris- 1 diction of the same. Sec. I. Beit enacted by the senate andhouse of representatives sot the republic of Texas in congress assembled. That there shall be established in the several counties of this republic, an inferi- or court of law, which shall be styled the county court of the county of , to be composed of one chief justice who shall be elected by joint ballot of both houses of congress and shall -old-irisToffice-for-a-period of-four years, and tssro associate justi- ces, who shall be selected by a majority of the justices of the peace of each county, from among their own body ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 January 1837

V " .k J htKJI&xS' lm,m X ftS &er writing required of him by virtue of hia office, such fees as j wsj be provided by law. 13kc 37. Any person who owns or claims land of any de- scription, by deed, lien, or'any other color of title, shall, within twelve months from the first day of April next, have the same proven in open court, and recorded in the office of the clerk of the county court in which said land is situated; hut if a tract of land lies on the county line, the title may be- recorded in the county in which a part of said land lies. Sec. 37. All titles, liens, mortgages, or other color of title, before they can be admitted upon record, must be proven by at least two subscribing witnesses, if living in the county, and if not so living in the county, then the hand writing shall be proven ei- ther before some county judge, or before the clerk of the county court in whose office such record is proposed to be made; and in all cases, the certificate of any county judge, tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 January 1837

343. " $ 'cases except treason, felony and breaches of the peace, during their attendance on any court, and in going to and returning therefrom, allowing one day for every twenty-five miles from their place of abode. Sec. 25. Any witness refusing to give evidence upon oath or affirmation to the best of his or her knowledge, shall be com- mitted to prison by the court or other person authorized to take his or her testimony, there to remain without bail'until he or she shall give such evidence. Sec. 26. All negroes, mulattoes, Indians, and all other persons of mixed blood, descended from negro or Indian ances- tors, to the third generation inclusive, though one ancestor of each generation may have been a white person, shalLbe incapa- ble in law to be witnesses in any case whatsoever, except for and against each other. Sec. 27. When any witness shall be about to depart the country, or by age, sickness or otherwise, shall be unable to at- tend the court, upon affidavit thereof in open c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 6 January 1837

s& V v-1- F- I .v. OFFICIAL. -7- AN ACT, For the election of shtriJJs, coroners and constables, and defining fe " 'their several duties. Ssc. 1. Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives ofjhe republic of Texas in congress assembled, That there shall be elected on the first Monday of February, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, and atihe end of every two jears thereafter, by the qualified electors of each county of this Tepublic, one sbeijfi who shall be commissioned by the president, and shall bold bis office for a period of two years. Every person so elect- ed sberifij before he enters upon the duties of the office, shall feEe th& bath prescribed by law for all officers of the govern- Tneht; and shall enter into bond, with two or more securities, to beiapproved by the chief justice of the countycourt, payable to " thepresident and his successors in office, in the penalty herein- after specified, conditioned that he shall well and truly collect, and pay over ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1837

V, - ---! 1 , ' . r a ti 1 tfin an m A If TE X A VOI. I. "VVE GO FOR OUR COUNTRY. PUBLISHED OT G. & T. H. BORDEN, PUBLIC PRINTERS. TERMS, $5 PER ANN., IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISING, USUAL.PRICES. COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1837. ESC "V3- - a S R E Ct L S T E'R.- - '"V" I V W ;V OFFICIAL. :r m AN ACT Punishing Crimes and Misdemeanots. " Sec. 1. Be it enactedby the senate andhouse of representatives of the republic of Texas in congress assembled, That every person owing allegiance to this republic, who shall levy war against it, or adhere to its enemies, giving them aid and support, or shall carry on any treasonable or treacherous correspondence with . them, shall be deemed guilty of treason, and on conviction there- iZ ry Confession of the pari e "volunta-itfore anv iudfeial or other offifcer authorized hv law-tifatmrinister i . - L i ii --cc:' . j.z r - .- Til zj r :je. j?t 7 accusea,in open court, snan suuer oaths, wilfullyif and maliciously swear falsely, sballtfbe deemed guut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1837

? "ri- 7 ! ' i :, ? tn F V' K Sec. 49. All fines and forfeitures which shall be incurred Under this act shall he collected by the sheriff of the proper county and paid bv him into the treasury of the republic. Sec. 50. It shall be the duty of every sheriff and other person having authority for keeping prisoners, to certify the names of all such prisoners in their keeping, to the next term of the court having cognizance of the offence with which such pris- oners stand charged. Sec. 51. All persons shall be hailable by sufficient security, unless for capital crimes where the proof is evident, or presump- tion strong, by any justice of the peace, before whom the affen- der may "he brought, before ccommitment, or by any judge of the district or supreme court after commitment. Sec. 52. The manner of inflicting the punishment of death shall be hy hanging the person convicted by the neck until dead. Sec. 53. All fines and penalties in prosecutions for crimin- al .offences, or for the viola...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1837

a Wi A r 4 4 QJ . i r Lrr J- - COMMUNICATED. . jsrs. Bobdens: I huve seen in your paper of the 16th of No- " er, some remarks of Mr. Wm. H. Wharton, in the senate, inv which .0 stated that my family was not represented in the field of battle; so far from this being the fact, two of my family, my son Moses A. Bryan and Mr. John W. Hassel were both actually in the battle of San Jacinto, 'as private soldiers. My son Wm. J. Bryan returned from the army, whilst on its retreat from Colorado, very sick; a few days after his return, I took four negro men to Galveston Island to assist in fortifying ihat Is- land, andjwas in the public service until after the battle, which.Col. Mor- gan and divers others can testify. My sole object for wishing you to insert this note, is to prevent the public from believing that I and my family were recreants and runaways. JAMES F. PERRY. Peach Point, December 10, 1836. FELLOW SOLDIERS AND LATE COMPANIONS IN ARMS. I should be forgetful of those warm associati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 11 January 1837

stTffciJ325S?'t4u y Hi, ir 114 J '- r5 . 5 1 "v - OFFICIAL. ;, , jf- "Sg-sfy. ;,.- - " AN ACT, -Regulating Estrays. SeC 1. Be zf enacted by the senate and house of represen- tatives of the republic of Texas, in congress assembled. That any person who shall take up any stray horse, mare, colt, mule, jack or jinney, which shall be found on his or her plantation or land, shall forthwith give information thereof to some justice of the peace for the county, and make oath before said justice, that the same was taken up at his or her plantation, or place of resi- dence, or his or her land adjoining the same, and that the marks or brands have not been altered or defaced, since the same was taken up nand thereupon the said justice shall issue his summons to two disinterested householders of the neighborhood, 'comman- ding them after being duly sworn, to value and appraise the same'without partiality, favor or affection, and certify the valu ation under their hands, together with a particular...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1837

s t'-fl y J& r" -4 i t? ? PUBLISHED BY G. & T. H. BORDEN. TERMS, $5 PER ANN., IN ADVANCE. ADVERTISING, USUAL PRICES. public pointers COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1837 r -., 5 i? AM TEXAS .'REG-ISTERo -f :g ' L '"&'. M. NO. 3. we go for ouk codntet. WMOIiE NUMBER 55. i EXTRACTS FROM GEN. FILISOLA'S DEFENCE. v After adverting to the slanders which had been propagated against him in v arious official communications and in some of the public jour- Dais, he takes notice of the several charges in order; and in the course of his introduction he remarks, that "truth belongs to all times, and is the property of private and public morality." In the official communication referred to, it is supposed, Tirst, that the unexpected defeat of the division of the vanguard commanded by the president general, and his unlortunate cap- tureintroduced such a derangement, that the army made a ret- rogade movement, in which their conquests were successively iost, without the enemy daring to sho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1837

t v M A which I was obliged to pretend in my letters to his Excellency the president, because both his and my own were carried and brought by the eimy, who could see and read them at pleasure, and.it was neceHsaiy to use the language in which they were written in order to produce the effect that I desired. If, then," your Excellency, I had in every event to effect said movement, why should I not take advantage of the occasion that was pre- sented, of seeing it was afavorin order to save the life of the presi- dent general, that of so many other brave Mexicans, and making my retreat with greater safety? I do not comprehend, your Excellency, the crime that on this occasion I can have commil- ted; but should it be adjudged as a crime and my life be the for- feit, I will esteem myself paid with usury for only having had the intention of saving more than 600 unfortunate prisoners, and "perhaps preserving: the lives of 2.500 comn.ininns in an besides, who probably would have fallen victim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1837

.- V- ) -jr f f Though in our last Wednesday's paper we addressed our patrons at consid- erable length, in -which we gave a running history of events from the commence- ment of the revolution to the capture of Santa Anna audthe defeat of his army, -we.proposed to continue the subject, and to show, that in the present organiza- tions of our government, as well as in all her future operations, both civil and jsulitary, the Telegraph and Texas Register has been of incalculabt! benefit to tbe country, notwithstanding the opinion of one of our higher functionaries, thatone press in a community never did any good. Our dctermii ation to pro- secate the publication of the paper last spring under almost insuperable diiiictti- ties,;was the cause of our loans, not only the establishment itself, but most of omvinoveable effects; that, in re-establishing the present pres?, we have made sacrifices which all our supposed profits will not make good. But to continue the chain of events, in which we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1837

" f fV H L V HV POETEY. -1 cf ' J If From the Western Monthly Magazine. THE MOTHER OF THE WEST. 'Aspirit so resolute, yet so adventurous so unambitious, yet&o exalted a spirit so highly calculated to a,jyaken a love of the pure and noble, yet so uncommon never before actuated the ancestral matrons of any land or clime.' The mothers of our Forest-Ltnd ! ( Stout-hearted dames were they, With nerve to wield the battle-brand, And join the border-fray. Our rough land had no braver one, In its days of blood and strife Aye, ready for severest toil, Aye, free to peril life. The Mothers of our Forest land! On Old Kan-tuc-kee's soil; How shared they, with each dauntless band War's tempest, and Lite's toil? They sank not from the foeman They quailed not in the fight Bat cheer'd their husbands through the day And soothed them through the night. " The mothers' of our Fotest-land ! Their bosoms pillowed men! And proud wereheyioistand In hararaoclgrorQpglcn, ' To load the sur.e'W'rifle To run ...

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