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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 October 1837

. JU M s. tw-jeig- V J -..'i-i.iqv:uw? , ' ii; i ' . S" Oi tr $t i IJl! ' 1WD TEXAS FOIr. II. "O. 40. WHOLE NO. 92. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. HOUSTON, SATURDAY, OCT. 7, 1837. '- -' k '.?. 1- ; i 5 I fBffi ,4 AJ.T) 1411 TEXAS REGISTER Is published weekly, at the city of Houston, by Crugek & Mooke, proprietors TERMS: Subscription, five dollars a year, paynblein advance. Adver- tising, one dollar a. square for the first insertion, and fifty cent3 f6r each con- tinuance : seven lines, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices of more than three lines each, cards of passengers, and announcements of candidates for political offices, will be charged at the common rates of adver- tising. (fcJ-All advertisements to bp paid for in advance. AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH: J. Brent Ciakit, New Orleans, Bailt, Gay & Hoxey, Washington. Col. Geo. W. Poe, Columbia. Tueodore Bennett, Brazoria. W. "W. Siiepard, Montgomery, Lake creek. Judge Ush- er, Texana. E. T. Branch, Libert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 October 1837

SECOND CONGRESS FIRST SESSION. SENATE. Thursday, Sew:. 28, 1837. The senate met pursuant to adjournment. Mr. Everitt presented a petition from sundry citizens of the county of Nacogdoches remonstra- t.n against certain individuals who were surveying the public domain. Ifc 3arnet from the committee on privileges and elections submitted a report concerning the qualifications of certain members of the senate; wmch was received and adopted. Mr. Augustin introduced a joint res- olution authorizing the purchase of certain logal works by the attorney general, for the use of the republic. The President's message, as puu- lished in the Telegraph, was here received. On motion of Mr. Whar- ton 500 copies ordered to be printed for the use of the senate. Mr. Wharton introduced a resolution, calling on the secretary of state for ert'j.in documents, and information which was adopted. Mr. Wilson introduced a resolution calling on the secrelary of the navy for certain information, which was adopted....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 October 1837

1- , f . v ) k excellence equalled by those of but few counties in Texas. There is nUn AEOecies of bulbous tooted grass abounding in the prairies, which Furnishes an inexhaustible source of food to innumerable herds of .swine. Streams: The Colorado flows through this county near (he mid- dle. Its course is generally from north east to south west. It is a deep rapid stream ef clear, pure, wholesome water, about one hundred yards -broad, navigable through the whole extent of the county, for small steamboats. The banks are high and seldom overflowed. Mina or Bastrop the county seat, is pleasantly situated in an ele- vated andTemarkably healthy prairie on the left bank of the Colorado, about thirty-five miles below the mountains, and the same distance a- IjoveLaBahia crossing. Its remarkably healthy and central position will necessarily secure for it in a few years a rank and importance equalled by but two or three cities in the republic. This is now a frontier -town, but the extensive ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 7 October 1837

hx " A NOTICE. ' LL persons are hereby cautioned" against trading for two proimso- ry notes drawn tor t enty-hve hundred dollars each payapie to James S. Holman one due on the 1st of November and the other due on the 1st of December next, dated about the first of May last and signed by the subscribers, as the considerations for wh;ch said notes were given have totally failed and we are determined not to pay them unless compelled by law. NOAH T. BYEs Washington, Sept. 28. 90 3t ALEX'R. GASS. Public Sale of Iiand, Negroes, &c. WHEREAS, on the 10th day of September, 183(5, the subcriner sold to Munroe Edwards, xf the county of Brazoria, certain property in the deed of conveyance mentioned and specified below; on vvhich property, with the consent of said Edwards. i special pledge,- mortgage and hj pothecation was retained, with full power to' sell the same -whenever any one of the payments became due and was notpaid, by giving thirty dajs notice. And whereas, the last payment, being...

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

J 3" pi 'to 9?F5fj!1rtsii i i sijj'y" di?ift a! i ' ?.- J f . V . ., -.a? VOl. H. NO. 41. WHOLE WO. 93. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY,- OCT. 11, 1837. D TEXAS R, E -' I, $ T E ' R .i .'Si?. "l AND .:': '-'- T E X A S REGISTER s'frubTislied) weekly, at the city of Houston, by Cruger & Moore, " "- t s- ' proprietors. f T t , ' TERMS: Subscription, five dollars .a year, payable in advance. tftfr-4tjtng,-onej dollar a square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each con- tinuance: seven lines, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary notices of .more than three lines each, cards of passengers, and announcements -of candidates for political offices, will be charged at the common rates of adver- tising. r " fc?"AJl advertisements to bppaid for in advance. , AGENTS .FOR THE TLERAH.. J,Brbnt Clark, New Orleans, JSuur, Gat & Hoxcr, Washington. Col. Geo.'W. Poe, Columbia. "Theodorl Bennett, Braroria. W. W. Shepard, Montgomery, Lake creek. Judge 'Us...

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

, I1 s frtfte Bwcar, Milam's and DaWitte colonies, anil iras a prospect of se- ceiving those of the Nacogdoches district and Austin's colony. The late inclement weather and the difficulty of procuring a messenger to go after those of Robertson's colony has prevented him from obtaining thsm. Those of De Leons colony were destroyed by the enemy, in- cluding those of Victoria; and those of Powers' colony are in posses- sion ofthatEmpresario, and itjs not known certainly where he is. The archives of McMullcn's colony were carried to Matamoras by a Mr. Dougherty, who says the Americans shall never have them, and those of Reviare settlement are in the hands of Mr. Smith, formerly commissioner of that section. . t 'communication from the first Aujftor in reply to a resolution of the houso requiring information why the accounts of Captains Costby nd Jewell's men were not audited, and stating that the President had prohibited him from auditing their accouts because they had disobeyed orders,...

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

Administrator's Notice. 'ADMINISTRATRIX'S. NOTICE. HE subscriber having been appointed by the Probate court of I "ffcTTOTICE is hereby given to all persons having clams -against the Lfl estate of Sylvester Bowen, dac, to present themjto the subscri- ber for adjustment, or they will be barred; and all persons indebted thereto, will please make immediate payment to the subscriber 'to pre vent 'legal steps' being taken. ALMIRA BOWEN, Adm'x. September 28, 1837. :Harrtsbunr county, administrator on the estate of Dr.Chance3r Goodrich", deceased, hereby notifies all persons indebted to said estate to malr immediate Davment. and all Dersons having claims against it to present them within the time prescribed by law, or they will be barred. All persons having in their possession property belonging to the de- ceased are requested to deliver it to the subscriber, or to notify him so that it may be sent for. ASBEL SMITH, Adm'r. Houston, Oct. 11, 1837. 93 tf - ' NOTICE. A LL persons indebted to t...

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

,,Jlirac. Sie. tf!.T..iTjfI,W2ofts. &e.,r 'A ,,,.. , . -u t-y j"b- 7 - - WHEREAS, on the 10th day of September,-18363 the subscriber sokl.to ' Mlmroe Edwards, of. the couritv of Brazoria, certain property in the .- ..- r, . i j . . ' ..- r ..i deed of conveyance mention eel arid specified below; on which property, witn the consent.of said Edwards, a special pledge, mortgage and hypothecation .was retained, witbfullpower to sell the same whenever any one of the payments became due.and was no'tpaid, b'y giving thirty days notice. And vijhe'rea's, the Iaafkyxnehtjbeihaote of hand of said Edwards for the sum of $18,000, due on the lOth.dajiof, tbis"j)reent month lasfpast, is now due and owing for the Baymentof said note, with all costs .nd damages, I shall, on he 16th dayiof October next, on the premises, proceed to sell the following property, viz: All that tract or parcel of LAND on which tlic subscriber-'formerlylived, and on which Wm. J. Russell now hvps, east of Oyster creek, s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 October 1837

rfr. ? v . jUtfJ&O , ' .lit ! T lit-" J fH& Vlffca: ' t O . V Vt7 ( i sf ; il" C TEX A KEG IS T E R l, '&., II. NO. 43. WHOM MO. 94. ,JM 'i'U i WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY. HOUSTON, SATUBttAT, OCT. 141837. THE TOWN OF AND & 3r i. j- i I ! ff 7t- TEXAS REGISTER Is published weekly, at Vic city of Houston, by Crcgke & Moore, proprietors. TERMS: SttbscripUon, five dollars a year, payable in advance. Adver- tising, one dollar a square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each con- vjjtpu&neU'eTeiVjUnesyior lesa,is considered a square. Marriage and obituary xstxeovq sore than, three lines each, cards of passengers, and announcements ClUefaJifljjaeg,fofbo'li6cal offices, trill be charged at the common rates of adver- UHB7. J- . AjjMMterAH-adTBrtismentj toJpaidibrin .advance. "raNTS'TORTTHETELEGRAPH: J. Brent Clauk, New Orleans, gi jHfaiEr,jGlT &Hoxey$ Washington. 'Col. Geo. W. Poe, Columbia. Theodore fi"'BcKNETtj Brazoria W. W. Siiepaiid, Montgomery, Lake ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 October 1837

v , SECOND CONGRESS FIRST SESSION. SENATE. Wednesday, Oct. 11, 1837. Owing to the extreme indisposition of the Hon. Mr Green, the se- nate was unable to form a quorunron Monday and Tuesday.- The se- nate met at their chamber. The secretary called the roll and announ- ced nine members only present not a quorum, when on motion of Mr VTharton, the senate adjourned to the room of Mr Green. , -A message was recqived from the house of representatives, inform- ing the senate through their chief clerk, Mr Shreves, that they had pas- jsed a joint resolution authorizing the President's private secretary to sign the name of the President to the promissory notes of the govern- ment and also a joint resolution precluding aliens fron being appointed to office, andfan act incorporating the JawtuoY Shelby vile, which sev- eral bills passed a first reading in the senate. The joint resolution from the house of representatives, authoriz- ing the President's private secretary to sign the name of the Pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 October 1837

m 2-d .& "V." - l f t ,-f"; r;,-- notice.- ". " 'At' fW do 1031 ffespectfallyinr&e and soZzcfr my particular acquaintances fiiilit B who-have boblraccounts or notes in my possession, to come and hand me the needful without any further form or ceremony. Houston, October 14, 1837.' 94-3t. JOHN CARLOS. j i' i nsflj: ? , LAND AGENCY. , . flfOHN W.SMITH '& CO. will' atteild to the purchase, sale and Io- a afcjF1 cauon oi iana in me western part oi Jtevaa. i - s- jhe country will enable them to make the best selections of vacant J5knds andjheiracquaintance with the Spanish language will facilitate them in the purchase of-those already located. m , ,f Bega September 20,"l837. 94 tf . x H igiven ' PAY UP! PAY UP!! LL persons indebted to the firm of Fitchett and Gill, are request ed to make immediate payment, as iuruiuriuuuigcuuiuuui uc Columbia, Oct 13,-94 tf FITCHETT & GILL. WOJIAjIfcllEUVRT MWGERFMBIiD, j- f ATTORNE.Y AT LAW, "irWAS opened' "an office in the city of Bexar,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 14 October 1837

?w 0 w t & h NOTICE. Hd.YE this day sold my interest in the steamboat Leonidas, to Messrs Scott .O'Brien and therefore shall consider mj self no longer accountable for contracts relative to said veel. .411 bills signed by iur aamuei it. ives, cieru: of the boat, and endorsed by me wjll be redeemed bj me eitner in silver or cur- rent Tjarilt dotes1 according to the amount, ..,. Hduston,ingust 24 90 " M. J . EPJJRAIHL j,.; ,, ? a J' ' )l a a i LOST OR MISLAID, t A' 'DUATdr'awninfavorofD.J. HoK, for $216, dated April 14, 1837, Sky .number d;251, check letter U. I forewarn all persons from trading for said draft, as the treasurer has been notified to pay it to the subscriber only . TTnnrfnn. Rnnt. ,20. 1837. 89- t D.J.HOL Houston, Sept. 0, 1837 For Sale at this Office, LANK Deed, blank Bonds for Collectors, Powers of Attorney, Letters of rsKinn Jnn. and Justices1 Blanks Also the. colonization Laws, and Filisola's Defence. All lands of JOB PRINTING done on short notice July 1, 1837. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 October 1837

p- I fc j W J3? Jt lrts9 hifyttfain-saftfi " "-? 3 f5gJ$"' ,' -.HRi,"! h- REGISTER '-1 1 if 'iU ' ' -" MW v a'V' VOIi. H NO. 43.' "WHOIiU WO. 95. WE LABOR FOR OUR CO-UNTRY. HOUSTON, WEMESBAT, OCT. 18,1S37. " ' h f A J I AND ., ;3?E'XAS REGISTER w- 7 i& - w z:z: 3 " UNRESERVED SALE or '1 proprietors. TERMS: Svbscrintion. five dollars a year, payable in advance. Aduer- &. Kjyigj one dollar asquare for the first insertion, and fifty cents for pach con- tinuance: seven lines, or" less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary "notices of more than three lines each, cards of passengers, and announcements if-candidates for political offices, will be charged at the common rates of adver- - - tising.' ' , ft-r All .irlvRrKKpmpnt to hiTiaid for in advance.! . . AGENTS FOR THE TEL&rRAPH-J. BREsf'CujiEf.New Qrleansi .TGAiCjfcJEIoEy,'TashJngf6rifjrl. Gjeo.-WVToe, 'Columbia. Throdprb WviV. SnETASmllioEtCTmeFV. LaWcreekT JudVe 27. i$i&Tv SiAcH, Liberty-, Jospwc, San Augusti' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 October 1837

t &. J it fa SECOND CONGRESS FIRST SESSION. SENATE. Friday, October 13, 1837. The senate met pursuant to adjournment. Mr Wharton offered a preamble and resolution respecting the navy, read a first time, j The act incorporating the town of SheIbyville,vWas taken up and read a second time. The bill regulating elections passed a 2nd reading. A message was received from thehouse ofjepreserftatives through'"1 Mr Sbreeve, their chief clerk, informing the senate they had concurred in various bills and amendments passed by the senate. An act establishing a general land office was-tiken-upfand on mo- lion oFMFlteins, iaid on the table for the present. a .M Everitt introduced a resolution authorizing the general land commissioner to send for and take in his possession certain documents, whe on motion of Mr Robertson, the senate adjourned until to-morrow morning 10 o'clock". ' v.' -I h e- - Saturday, October 14, 1837. The senate met pursuant to adjournment. Mr Burton presented a petition f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 October 1837

The prisonecVcouriscl'nfade a solemn, and impiessiverappeal,to the sJur3' insisting that the horses were not taken with,dfsh6nest intentions. ' Nor, was it ihe mock solemriity of insincerity ; for'the fountains of feel- ing were then unsealed, and to the honor of Human nature he it said the audible,phbings heard from the'seat of th'e prisoners, were answered ' with tears from the bar, the bench jind the'jury box. The "boy was ac- quitted, and a ndlcproscqui entered bn the indictment against his brother. Apurse was soon made up fbfhem, and placed in the hands of a suitable individual, for the purpose 'of 'paying theiripassageto Chicago. The barefooted boysleft ihe court hquscwith their countenances brigh- tened wilh the smile of hope,iand bearing with them' the wishes of all presentjithat fortune mayopen a brighter pagd'in' their destiny. Buffalo Commercial Advertiser , Agiuty. IHmy person sh'oulolread this article who does not re- collect Jem Willis, the now' justly cclpbiated comed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 October 1837

V -4X ' si.' .- f" " Sr lift. EXECUTORY NOTICE. Tim undersigned having been appointed the executor of the last will and tes- tament ot Wm. Barret Travis, deceased, requests all persons indebted to the estate to make immediatapayinent; and those having claims againstit must present them within the time required by law, or they will be barred. ,, ,u Itis well knownto all who had an acquaintance with colonel Travw that , hewasin possession of many papersof great value, either to himself 01 'clients, ' of whcb It is believed many are missing. I " ould, therefore, respectfully re- "quest of all who may have any such papers, pamphlets, books, (either written i-( or printed,) or other property, to deliver the same to me, or furnish such evi- dence as will enable me to procure them. ,,,.- ,,,.,, . Jlfarion, March 12, 1837. 8G-Gt JOHN R. JONES, Executor. am ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. LETTFKS of administnition having been granted oy the probate court of Harriaburg county, upon the estate ofMerri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 October 1837

'v . . vl .X v- at.. M TEXAS MECS-ITSII 9 l "VOX.. H. NO. 44.--WHOIiE WO. $. WE LABOR FOR OUR COUNTRY HOUSTON, SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1887. fin vsffio&Aff AND TEXAS REGISTER U published -weekly, at the city of Houston, by Cruger & Moore, proprietors. of the government consolidated and funded, fori consider that the only baaio upon whicn the government can ever predicate a per- manent credit. The business of the treasury deDarlment has, so indcpencence is acknowledged and peace restored with tne com- mon enemy. t !, TERM3:-56ienp&n, fiTe dollars a year, payble in advance.-.- i Th promissory note bil before aUuaed to, is calculated, in "jwie, one dollar a square for the first insertion, ami fifty cents for each con- f J ' . . .n o tinufnce: seven jKne-, or less, is considered a square. Marriage and obituary its consequences and effects, to still involve the government to a notices of cure than three line3 each, cards of passengers, and announcements greater extent: as at the e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 October 1837

such portion of treasury notes as might be considered sufficient to answer the present emergencies could be immediately issued, using such type and material as could be procured here, which would answer to circulate until a proper plate and suitable pa- per could be procured: they could then be called in and ex- changed. Any bank with whom our agents may negotiate a loan for the benefit of Texas, should be entitled to the privileges contained in. the law authorizing such loan. ;1... . I am, Gentlemen, .X- & ,t . Your very obedient servant, .--- - HENRY SMITH, Jt. - tm Secretary of the Treasury. ' 'report of the coimmittee on finance, ' OCTOBER. 18, 1837. To the honorable the Senate and house of Representatives of the Re- public of Texas. , The Joint Commiclee of Finance and of Ways and Means, to whom was referred the communications of the honorable the Secretary of the Treasury of the 13th and 16th October inst., have the honor to report, That they have given the subject that at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 October 1837

ieBmedat aa"argurmmtfcf still greater weight that he' had been elected 4Kis year almost by acclamation, by these same people, with all these 2iht8"and circumstances before them. The counsel had read much law to prove a doraicil, after it has once began, can be continued; but none, sif, to prove a residence -can commence before the actual being on the -spot where u doraicil apd residence is claimed ; a mere intention to be- come a citizen avails nothing. Two things are necessary to make a res- idence a removal and intention, animo el facto. Holding himself un- committed, if counsel will explain away one section of Story's Conflict of Laws, he would most cheerfully vote for the gentleman retaining his eai. A person being absent upon public business, was, by a legal fic- tion, deemed not absent at all from his domicil. The only thing which staggers his (Mr Wharton's) mind, is, can a residence begin without the actual being on the spot where thf residence is claimed ? Although there are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 October 1837

M ADMINISTPJA,TOR?S NOTICE. p- ETTFJiS cf administration i bavingi.been granted oy -mpTok I..-J court of Harriiburcrcountv.uDon the estate of Merrjwether. Wo son Smith, notice is hereby given to all'persons having -Slajmsj against gjua estate, 10 present A mem aujy aumenucaieu, iuiu,mo "i?? i"- ocribed by law, or taey will be debarred; and all persons indebted to said estate will make immediate paymenf, or tlfey willjbe sued. EDWARD 3AIIY.;Admini3taato. Sept-16, 1837. 88-tf vU"vi itu" Wi HALF A LEAGUE OP LAND, EORSAIjE. WISH to sell a half league of Land hefother-halftbelongilfo Mr. John Merr v. who now resides at Houston, and-who also aviehfes to-sefi. This league of land is fronting on the river San Jacinto; part watidland-antLjoart prairie; well selected, and convenient to navigation. The timber is of the largest growth of oak, cypress, and pine. The prairie.partri's laid totbe egual to any prairie dand in the lower country. The title is undoubted t. afcit is iaid, ".Merry'a'Hfia...

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