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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 26 September 1835

i & A w .V' -fc ..'corps to protect tlie Consulta lion; and have it ready with -iit delay? I think it probahle Cos will attack the people on Guadaloupe in a short time; tiioy expect aid and . ought to have it. I shall send to Nacogdoches immediately. STours - T. S. F. AUSTIN. '. D. C. II ALL EstJ " KR.AZORlA:t:::::;TEXAS. .. SEPTEMBER 2G i-s.Ti Wc arc pleased to hear that one of o'&'Grr-w's iorulmtna reward wa. 1 ".ficrcd bytheUoiernor of Alabama. lifts liCPn nnrstril in this raniitrw jinl". JrCnTto tBoUni'ed'Stnlclsofthe North' 'This fact might lo convince our - brrethrcn of the U. S. that the citizens f Texas will not protect Murderers. An 'Selection jb? members of ' the Consultation was holden in . Brazoria on the 25th inst. (G4 rotes polled) which resulted as follows: John A- Wharton Ji;o. S. B. Byrom Win. If. Wharton -Henry Smith B. T Archer "W.D. C. siail Edwin Waller .P. W. Grayson J. G. McA'eel James F Perry a'- r3 50 GO 4 A 4 The Polls will again be open cd o:i' the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 26 September 1835

2P" m POETRY Trom-thtJa1httt. TO AN ACHING TOOTH. -A vast thare -yer beetle! Can'tvforbera leetla Te gracelesa thing - Is this'thatradelbiwlye -Have-I-with gooxl things 'Fed ye -Myself to -sting? iY.. -. ma-t'U;nAmA You ars the sweetest minded j Why doe&a silver or metal tea pot Of all the row. when filled a second time produce Now -though ve'aecraed-so 9aintly; lorse tea than the earthern wate ves- r .... i:..i j .: I i.i For every little dainty 'Ye pay-ra blow.: Oh fury take ye'r.. poker! "Do ye suppose old joker Ye'rdigK'aaitch? Or is it -with a harrow Ye scratch along the marrow With suha twitch? "Jo-are the more ungrateful Because ye 'know (ye hateful!) My great regard 31 y fartherly affection That waved the just inspection And probing hard. Ye'r mates wercall in order: Like- box-wood in the border Ye hollow heart! Till ye began contriving To set them all a driving My jaw apart! Lone ye- have een my sorrow Bus mind vc ou the morrow What ye deserves "Yc'il jet for all ye'r p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 3 October 1835

Vol. II. No. 55. Brazoria Saturday October 3 1835. TBItMS: '- THE PpUCAN- IS PRINTED Vw P. O. UM?) ' And will be printed every Sat-"was urdav at $5 per annum if paid " ul - j Jc .. .u - mute enuui sis. muiiuis ur 37 if not paid until the exni jation of the year. No discontinuance will be ' allowed except at the end of. year ana not-inenunui all arrearages are paid. Advertisements of twelve lines or under $1 for the first inser- tUr and half that price for each continuance longer ones in proportion No advertise. ment will be withdrawn unti paid for 'but will be continued at the expense ofthe advertiser fj-.tl ooinmuaicKtiajMof personal nature -Ki!lbciarip.-i for tfcc HiUM auveruss Best;. "". TOTHli PEOPLE OF TEXAS. A Having been inforraeed that great excitement has been produced to my cisadvuHlaOT bv a letter wntten by me to John V. Smithof Bexar during the latter part ii the month of Juiy and j believing that a ;jndid cxaminatiou of j Vie s&me and lap tacis ami circum- &wcvs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 3 October 1835

LAUGHABLE INCIBE "Two English noblemea on theiftrav . -ftls arrived at Partsut up at -house. hereafersjuinObumhaa diefLtauT sgrowingSroary pa his bed aroseia'or derto anwee .himseit ta xne Kcaei tbare&e c4wtd s-Bome t people-talking; :AHcrtlirting hnaself tfcertftor'sefRe '"timeaad'WtsRJaff to return to iis bed "heng?un?YTOnlH;pstdre-4wtar.9teVd of entering- his-wn chamber us woiu. into that-of the-"8eceRse6! oouat-overwhoae head they had only -thrown a tcjoth.. ''There isnot so much ccrsindnyused in France-itt-themanagemont-ofthe-deadl as in this country; far they are satisfied in showingthoir affection forlhe living! The Englishman-after-having put out his caudle lay downboldly-by the de ' funct; -when creeping to him as close asA possible in order to warm - him self; and finding his bedfellow colder than he began to mnller "what the d--rs4he .matter my friend you ace ajotd as -ice. I'll lay atwager niuch m the stitemant of a te- spebtable merchaM; -of Mobile that raaa died in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 3 October 1835

t t' 4iottfor- I had urewuislv heard tiothtog said lhat any viciiuu was 10 be Held in Ve- Jasco prior to the 5th of Octo- ' her the day set apart for the ' purpose by the Committee in .-Vision only a day or two be- foi and although from my Jious'c several persons were go- 4nV on U2 Campaign and Mr "Wm II." Wharton was that -morm.ug l my house he never hinted uo Ui." that any such thing "as an eleVtioif was to he held in Telasoo K-nd although I eras- Fed the river" with Jm to VelasJ co and saw Jito taA maj. By- num to one side- n . private way. 'I'faad notao jntimati.vroflfie election going to be held hence I coa ccive it a clandestine election und Mr. Win. -H. Wharton V9504 for vnrd Lis ticket' recomm. ending at Uie 'same time that no one bo on the cam- " Paien from Velaarn wli n lie kn n lie Knew .".hat ouly one :aianaa gain T from tnai itjlace. -The first intimation I "bad of . the cloction'hcing hold in Vela sc o wa? ma late hour in the cvemog- ''en Jllr. Wm. II -Whrirlmi tolrt t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 3 October 1835

POETRY. LINKS W THE DEATH 0 CHIEF JtJS'TXCE HAB- SHALL. n By the sea. ward sweep oFthe river's wave In the hearts'of the free cnshrin'd -He went to sleepwith the -mighty and brave And left not a rival behind. " jjn the "mild warm light of the summer's ""sky As the sun Jo the view went down; fHe feil as a warrior doom'd to die; From the land -of his young renown Asa cliff he stood ma stormy clime Mid the strife of the tempest bound With his temples-bath d m a Iighbsub- lime That smil'd'on the elements around. On the tranquil brow of his bending frame Time mov'd with a slow.pad hand But he sharpen'd his scythe when the dim glnnce - came. And numher'd his years by his sand. "From the mournful shades that around him spread No war-note sounded his doom But where they hive gather'd him home with the dead - Sweet Liberty-points to his tomb. As the white shroud tell ee r fell his limbs in sleep And hi funeral dirge was rung. Tiie voice of his country's grief is deep And hi3 death-pall widel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 10 October 1835

WBZA9 IBHFBILTOACT'l f Vol. II. Brazoria Saturday October 10 1835. No. 56. I TIJ11VMLS- rmnnriTnTiniv id nDTUTPn I XllJU l.VjfVliXjlAl IO X .n X w AND PUBLISHED. BY P. C. GRAY o And will be printed every Sat urday at $o per annum if paid at the end of six months or $7 if not paid until the expi- ration of the year. No discontinuance will be allowed except at the end of the year and not then until all arrearages are paid. Advertisements of twelve lines or under $1 for the first inser- tion and half that price for each continuance longer ones in proportion No advertise ment will be withdrawn until paid for but will be continued at the expense of the advertiser nrAII communications of pereoiuil nature if ' ' cnargcu lor uie kikju as auvcriirc ffiJKw From tr.e Net York Knickerbocker for'y- THE-Stf Ak'E tTER 'Some strange com."110.11011. Is in his brain; he bites us I'P starts; Stops on a sudden looks upon and the ground Then lays his ringer on his temple; straight Springs out into fast ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 10 October 1835

V f- "The objects. that Mace cnecreu me can cheer rac no more. .- stand alone in the .wilderness- worlu;;a mourner and a pilgrim My visions are-of any wife and child; mv day dreams are of them: but I must suffer as you see until 1 meet them in that better country where the sun descends not and daikness is unknown where the wicked ceaso from troubling and the weary are at rest. I can forget mv child; for her existence seems to mc like a miity trance; in the - fond assurance that the sparkling dew- drop has exhaled to heaven: but lor the cherished rose that sustained it I cease not to grieve. Alas for the wife of my bosom! Well can I say with one who perlmpshas loved and mourned iike me. 'Alas for tho clod that is resting now On those slumblhi" eyes on thaiJaded brow! Wo for the cheek that hath ceased to bloom. For the lips that are dumb in the noi- some tomb: Their melody broken their fragranc. renp. Their atpect clod as tho Parian stone Alas for the hopes that with thee have Oh lo r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 10 October 1835

" ZORiA :::::::'VKK S OCTOBER 10 l-if. Tiie article nu the first side of on r paper headed "war! war! and out" should read "arm! arm! and out!!" We learn hy Mr. Hoffman who has Just arrived from San Felipe that in. format i n had reached that place that General Samuel Houston would h in the town of Washington on yesterday at 10 o'clock with One Thousand Troops from East of ll e Trinity. In addition to this it is estimated from the numbcts already gone that there will be 1000 men in the Camp at Gonzalez The patriotism chivrhiy and call intry of the citizens of Texa cannot' be' surpassed. We will rcmnid Santa Ana of the lines designed fur the mon- tinicnt at Yelasco Here fought here fell in freedom'; cause the Crave Tyrants heware! Man will not be a slave. The election is over & we hope that the excitcniunt is over no: c-.-r'aiu'v no -one will now s.iy that anv aih iin'ajo was designed or taken. The sincer- ity of men wi'0 arc absent fighting thr- battles of their countrv should n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 10 October 1835

FREEMEN OF TEXAS To Arms!! To Arms!! 'Xow's the day and now's the hur." Camp op the Volunteers - Friday Night 11 o'clock; October 2 1835. Fcllow!Citizens : Wc have prtvailed on our fellow citizen Wm. H. Wharton 'Esq.'lo return and communicate to you the following express anil also to urge'as'-rnany as can by possiouuy leave their homes to repair t onza Ies immediately "armed and equipped forwarevento-the'nife." Gii the receipt of iliis intelligence the Volun teers immedia'efyTesolvcd toiaarch to Gonzales to aid their countrymen. -Wc arjust no wstarting-which 'must apol ogize for the brevity of this- coinmniii cation. W refer"vou tj Mr. '"Whar ton for an explanation of -ur wishes j . which now cramps ner resources uiu Aetards her prosperity. D.vvio Randon AVai. J. Bi:v J. W. 1'anxix. Jr. F." T. Wells Gj;o. Sctiimslakd' t - j B. T. Archer W. I). (J. Hall W.H-Jack Wji. T. Ai'STtv P. 1). McXii:r.. P. S. An action took place on ves- terdv at Gonzales in which tht Mexi can Commander and s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 17 October 1835

" 5---S 'MsMiiS- . THE WA m A c?gSk Somes! zsmSwi Vol. II. TEiasis THE REPUBLICAN IS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY F. C. GRAY And will be printed every Sat- urday at $5 per annum if paid at the end of six months or $7 if not paid until the expi- Tation of the year. No discontinuance will be allowed except at the end of the year and not then until all arrearages are paid. Advertisements of twelve lines or under $1 for the first inser-- tv and half that price for each continuance longer ones in proportion No advertise merit will be withdrawn until paid for but will be continued w 7 i at the expense ol uie advertiser JJ tj-AU communications 01 perronm mum Fiwiilbechnnrrd for tlu same as advcrti ine'-ts To the Citizens of the Jurisdiction A Columbia. yi' From the letters of the Per- manent Council and Colonel Justin you will perceive thai here is but little danger of an . invasion by sea; and that there is great necessity tor more men arms and ammunition at Gon zales I shall send an express ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 17 October 1835

2d& V If pronched the San Felipe when Capt. Hurd raised anchor -and hoisted 'sail. "When within half a mile the Mexicans fired large guns and" the smallas they advanced. Hurd waited till they nverc within muaket ahotof him; and thei gave them a volley from the small' arms and afterwards a doso:from iiis two cannons; the only ones he had on board. The San Felipe continued the encounter against both parties for a- bout -hiv hour when tire Mexicans re- tired. Next morning the San Felipe 'descrid-a sail ahead; and believing it to be' the Correo: he prevailed-op the steamboat to tew htm along. Not be- ing able to 'preserve his .distance Thompson sent an office? and two men to remonstrate against Capt. dlurd's chaMisga .Mexican -armed sebconer; .but the-embassadora- were cavalierly treated and Hurd fired a gun to -make the other surrender. Thompson low- ered his flag; and Hurd sent -a boat to take the corsair on board ami a prize crew tou-.ke possession-of-the Correo. The steamboat to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 17 October 1835

JaUAZOaiA :::"::TEXAS OCTOBER 17::::::::::::::::::::::::1835. It will be seen by a letter published in to day's paper that tiie fort at La Balfia has fallen by the hands of our brave countrymen and twenty four Mexicans have besn made pri soners among whom were a colonel a captain and a lieute nant. One of our fellow citi sens was wounded in the en gigement and we learn has ince died His name we have aot been able to learn. We learn by letter that Cos Irishes an interview with Col. ion at iaoania; nie action took Austin. What the object ofthaiiP!af ab?uJ twcllveI 'clcrk at interview is is unknown we are of opinion however that it is to cause delay on the part of the people of Texas until more troops arrive to aid liim. By a boat hand who came from he mouth of the Brazos "lhursdav we learn that three vessels were oiF waiting jto come m. We perceive an article in the New Orleans Bee in which the name of Joii.7 Sharp is intro- duced in a very t udicrous n".a"0 ner in regard to his. cond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 17 October 1835

- 1 T u - v -a -POfcrTjay- . WHAT-IS LIFE? "What is life? thcwoundcd mind The spirit.broken and confin'd - The faded form the soul's deep strife . All fondly echo what is Life? "What ia Life' a broken chain A weary road a couch of pain A few famed blessings little prized A thousand hopes unrealized. "What is Life? a bank of flowers Low-drooping & unmirst by showers. A winter's- sun whose quivering - beam Sheds butu.mome&tary gleam. "What is Life? r. shower of tears A short short round o! misspent years A dream that's broken ere it close A battle scene mid hosti. of foes. "What is life? its tinscl'u toys ' Are but the mock of real joys A play where gaudy groups are seen And death presides to close the scene. A STRANG ER "Wc in9ertthc following puzzle for the buujil of such of cur subscribers and advertising friends as are in ar- rears to us wchope it will be-solved to cir satisfaction. i or :a)cr j t t c r j c i ni n t c r ioiiiijintr; jainudrinte: jcjuijuaprintcr 20IH ij (I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 24 October 1835

-.s-x - J 7. - - ' r !.. HJ . t - ' w . J 7t - Sfv'S Si.'- irV ' -fc urrS -vr Brazoria Saturday October 24 1835. H ir 58: "A ft 7" - i . i Wi.i m. m m KkK m m.- i vtk i i . hib m i v JMmm. m.- nvt -v z -17 1r? TfTi I 5. Tlt9KS: THE REPUBLICAN IS -PRINTED AND POLISHED BY - ISO. CkUAY; And. will be printfd every Sat- urday at $5 per antfum if paid at the end of six months or 7 if not paid uutil iheexpi- ration of the year. No discontinuance -will be .-.llrtTtrrvl n-ncnt fit tllG end of the year and not then until all arrearages are paid. Advertisements of twelve lines or .under SI. for the first inser- ;n nnrl half thnt DHCC for -each continuance longer ones in proportfon No advertise- mentwillbe withdrawn ut:i toaid for but will be continued 4" " at-the expense of the advertiser ft7AIl coiEraimications of personal nature II ho nhni-rti fnr the siuie as atlvertise- - 'wiH bo cbarnd ments. ' PILOTAGE of Msas&s fWlHE undersigned being appointed J- Pilot bv the Illustrious Avunta- mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 24 October 1835

& :.:. e W rwwtn teJatharnonsrch gs sjWncrBR'asinclelmnn is apt to run r-T!' --. E"j r" i ?. i.--? if i-wtBienw -seiLuegiect: 10 iuraseii oely nd abandoned and hid Heart to t .--""- "-!- ""f UUMWIUU -Villi A ViiIn.ltXF tf AamnAonnlM ninnamn f. "io: "?rtl IVfltCt nfaW ifcbliitll.i ! ... w.n.vtt..b $&&? 3c '- k 1iuaaciV'iii&iionui im'j ju TRisnicrmv nv orSrwunTx .. - ...... .. I"? -iS. -. . t1 hnllnifnitinrtrii vl have'serfn ttvn nublinn . . ... ... -tions signejKhy the Messrs. Whartonjnt1 which they at- kE. -tempt tofckeep up the delusion rand:coninuc to deceive'you in rxelation -to tneir conuucrin-iue . .. .1 . 1 . .1 tlateelectionsTor delegates to the Consultation. 'I if addition fohe necessity of peace 'and -4 harmony prevailing atttiis lime ''Soo&us; .there arc Wa other causes winch make it disagree-' able ixbkbd that necessity has- comppnecs mo 10 denounce uieir t i .j .i politick conduct 1st. I am to theni all proud to concede the -reputation of highly hones...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 24 October 1835

!; ? WWW"- apu '( T is A! - T3l'?5rB.TT2ffiWrs4 35k5vIp' H ! r a $ -& :y Tv::V- v RiFV '- .-" tm. rvs? " rt.v --' t i ' .' .fc! j Pi & L At. v ". . V- 2 i fOKTRY t ISLEOFUEAUTY FAJtE THEE WELL. " Shades "of eveningclose not o'er" us " '" Leave our onely bark awhile; Morn alasywuTnotVcstorcus . Yonder dim and distant isle! 'Still my fancy can discover Sunny spots where friends may dwell Darker shadows round us hover Isle of Beauty fare thee well. Tis the hour when happy face1? Smilo.around the taper's light; "Who will'fill our vacant jrfaccs Whowill sing our.sng l night? Through the mist hat floats above Us Faintly sounds the vesper bell Like a voice from those who love us Breathing fondly fare thee well! When the.waves arc round me breaking As I pace the deck alone And my eye in vain is seeking Some green leaf to rest upon "What would I not give to wander Where my own companions dwell! Absence makes the heart grow fonder; Isle of Beauty fare tlice well! 'From Stones of the M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 24 October 1835

wsei j.xxzzyzssi 'fr-'-'sC 'T-f tTU.'- "" t i-. ' fa &ff"!KlJ i v. ISi crvil authorities atsurcenuer pn Iowa. About' it Dr. Erwin re poVanu1 informed us thai -we hadto4 . - ui j . -We thea proceeded along tho bk of the RivcrJ-lill wo came "bet "ween this and the-quartel. -The plan t of attack was -Here-communicated and m 'lie force disposed of accordingly. Th e All conducted iceu. it wouiu op cxira. ordinaty indeed of among 50 odd men fine who altered the time of holding the nearly all untried there should not bo'-."!8 any.otherthan pure 4c we some difference of conduct in a first fnraeinent. The attack was mad u hy !nrm. and in 30 minutes the quartel --rr - - was ours. Capt.Coilinstr.rtb merits the high- est praise the other officers merit al- so the coniidcenu of everv man. The fruit ofthis enterprise arc 21 prison - . o i i f- ... ofneers 1 Colonel O.vrniin ' ti.uiVlCa?tau.2 Lieutenants and privates; a considerable quantity arms two Bras field pieces 150 200 stand of mket. an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 31 October 1835

mnMmaals I -. v THE fHTR IKPIBIBM(DAIf VoL II. Brazoria Saturday October 31 1835. No. 59. I & sg12r dJIVJd i3MnM-k. i mwri ... ' M w m m TE1S.MS: t;ie republican is printed AND PUBLISHED BY And will bo printed every Saf- rurday at 65 per annum if pai. at the end of six moiiths or 67 if not paid until the expi- ration of tiie year. IVo discontinuance will be allowed except at the end ol f? vnnr. mid nnr rJiP.n until - w- - all arrear.'vies arc p-iid. Aik-frtiseinents of twelve line? or under 81 for llie first wser- tion and hall that price lor Si.iWl V J11L1111L "--- '-.1 - vr i .- in proportion " .muiuat- Mi?Rnt will he wit hdrawn nnti paid for but will In continued at the expense of the a.Jvertisc 7-All coi::miiMcntion of pprOiril rr't'ir' willlf c'larci-d iJr Uu swueas advirt.'o- DTients. TEX IS. At a meeting ofthu citizens of Natch- itoches convened on the Tib Of'ob'M IS33 at the Red River Exchange Dr. John Sibley was ca led to the Chai . and John B. Can was appointed Sec- re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Republican — 31 October 1835

brcliwilv doiie who praceeScd .forth- lith in JmsiiiGss. and whose powers frill cease oh the meeting of the gca- lal.Ccnsaltalion. 'TinjaTarrTeltew.uiUscns "have .we otiili wntinw act. Texas is without i head; this council has been formed to ir.trfisnttfi until the coneral Consulta- iou can be held. War is now upon us; he enemy is already upon us. Yes ellow-citizcns the enemies of our Tcedem arc trampclhug our rights and constitntion-uiiLcr loot. Many of our Inatriot and-cncnieuic citizens have Inlmadv taken ui) arm? and -arc now lin the held to repel tne m1 voder les teiiow ciuzei w oupose the riveting ofthe chains of a ' military despot upon the necks of free- men. Fellow-cilizans this is no chime. wr II !i ra ofthe braia-uf a tew interested indi- viduals or land speculators. The 111:12 has arched when we must submit to the military & clergy lay down our Cons'itutin which we have sworn to support or -rise and assert our rights. Alrc-iiiy the first blow has been struck; j mai.v...

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