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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 5 January 1861

. < • i. ! .■■■".■ ■ í :V, ;..¡--K I5' < « 4 ■} ^•"i- :¡| mMHpNM , : i ••; . ! -:; :..■.! j,-. ■;■ 5,' ¡ .';'!"-"-i;; > HHHwi? * -i / - ■ f t 1 ' WSpBlií f. •- i „-f I :;::vM «I BÍIS§^HK8WCTSMyHf Í*WÍ*WWlftÍn ■ ■ -•' - • 1 ■ s : • • • i .; . •-." ■• • I ••• tMfli U- *íJL BOTMBiaiSCUi ' ¡ fe I . : - >- •• -?•"•;.t • M :V- Bfpn|M HMMH i " -i-. ' ': ■•- MP • paltry « ■ mf •Mis rif with i hold i • in cm of his failure or ibf*** less to delaypnr ¡1 we have humiliated lty exhausting the m goout opinion, tbe more * "Mr. W iiuisber of a or additi his speech, a poblicanistn. • O No eme can rly humble witt be scorn and conterop ¡¡fa of our st disadvantage. i~a ^ - . .•* jT' ■ - Íí • t to apprise our readt the real design of the Black Republican jar- tion to the cession now pectiug any Black for us to xhibite the us atas m hare the u right to Senator never been but the ton, Wigfall, has expr Iessadbe li issue I bill. Cortit- the same and tbe tbeLeg*- basis will be that of the new i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 5 January 1861

I - t -. I • r' I in the ||Í fai-the ípséí f-tlte* in a a a l oar vi §311 I of our citl i notice of h («good for the • readers will see H. Holman. i and highly The rooms are large and -3 will see i. Bell, who Je School is citizens The election fa to be ■EÉiipÉ^lf of t>nr read- Í written and Bur- Traris coonty These gentlemen with, the utmost entin- t.—Wb are pleased to oof readers that this to ron against either or Green. He I cordially. mn or Travis—On Sallie Mors, one-«.f our sum- mmm. of mi b -We * visit from tbe visit Texas. iat oar able and Dr. tbe con- matter of the best for seats ; convention.- I at Baaas Ball on i 8tb ii t. It will be Ton hoar, ¿.«jintolour; í ' t land, nut «so v thee' iy glorious * jl IP SS In the air, ' altered there, quer, or tcúh thee Jo «¡til- ler's wreath, or die at honor's oall. "■" ♦ Mrtkaf í glorious fcerald.tttarl put-pie field of tnórolng, pars she«n 1 ti light r Aaron '* WIlKantorbof Freedom, '* frontlet nor! 9 Star, which Carol! na áíí {'a b-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 5 January 1861

iMilMintMMlsá If •<- •- *•" .-i-" • ■ ; 1' ft ; • ?V' - |-1 " • - " •' gjbmü ÉÉÉ^fea^^ i- .- - • ••¡;,L..,s: '•' Li ., ... p i§s$mb& ifcüí^t ent had of con manner as ! learo ■ would dy. merely tad ap- the feWRMpi S¿ík ?. BlIÍIlBlliJl^ &; Ufe" ' ! T .-: . C"-~ ''' > iHWi HHWWlWliwIillBllWwHHWW :• - ' ' • ''I: ■ - í ¡ i •- "•-•■ iígWWlJH -' '• "i" • ' ••- f '! ' SHH asa^sBíS^üsh - - Üé&& MmSm: CARBIÑJKS CiJrí'íii lííéícíi ■ '"^Sí; • i / § 'itei'^KSZ Simple Óepbaiic lfvSá IV •' \: tiíof^uv moarin ever. "eea-.try * d«j U> the tuu« E-*- R Arumaih! IViltc :of (¿tilulne }fc ifce ruert * ffe<: «a tosterew 'S re<lI^tlSe «ofcwioñi^ feríiffiti^ O lity yRTif tog/rom-'-eiilííti áiid ftV'tr, or^triflifraí :. '■ :: ¡uní *hjj rVÍJlitiwH Ui.diWai-üJiMí^t fe*er. IVir^íteíl fortín into many Gttbotealifertiiii ^tiívs llvcj ¿ 4. :Thex4Í)tH i«.J ui£«ai*erfrga>atVbich ¡ u.-uc! ti* disrawes «rim '>•- •••'•> liotts Ciiunfci.-*, |X . l^Wfítaniiy iv-fHí J>r^«cr:ÍH-.¡...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 12 January 1861

Egeg&tOi ||||p|| §É9ii9«!PfeM#^^ ; ■ ;"W ;; . ¡■PS . • É M i • '•■.( *. IiU;:-'. tCj: [C~7 WULL. I til l tHIJ 'M ?*¿¿A - R'«l ^'aM A the lnuiau;iigi of^jj jwj^ '¿-VH P¿"ün ! ¡■ÉT "É? b0¥ KÉf*, Upd*.And ^ad:Ofc<mfc , i*. *™ jve« fyjfoéÉF. J • A¡. !#♦«'* ':t i« .;:. : . i J •.'•! ,1' (EM A'im> >. _. „ , ----.r.^2rj=±rtEr=^. ÜJMjV MWi^® *41 Tv Jit fu,, QW)'$Utci.ú - I.^I ,iS.-n-- .' If. ■■ j k .! ' VIIM imr-rr.. llirWtf. r„ C:)iHts*láe; ! : -?.;*««• M *r * nl#14^ >t. ,W,. i1.., AMortwy «1'^ AoiYfo, SI jnth Jirtioial _ 11 • ■ n trirT. nd: 1L et, and ittitb*. v ll-« If. ysz, H f> >*ai ( SI * .« •-^ibrti^lS63" * * «■>. —I onck baud tog on corne ,,f Hoi. --■ >venae., )jl)-oMr '"* ijtintir *■(■ -¡¿¿.¿.j iü4Jnv:ti,£H¿ HB:.- v. _■ ■."the old fTeaflorv ¡t'j iii "J -iihtiI •> : Oit tfcdi ;*: toufctlfcl m#, -Lrtice" W ^®ss s^®ss ^asssagi^©.' 'HI. ••■!' jfi' toccmimty itoT'/y iifev i^jwrrt-, vtiu. yrioimi ^ ,E?r/SfSSSI, vl2n22-tf._ P nil * |l I' ♦ >iHri|rm €|l>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 12 January 1861

í - ready in the iron enemies, heroic their - noble attit of the heart of every Her {rallant soni stand of Charleston, to launch of death in the" ranks of her her defense. The Sumpters, tleUbt- danntless j FROM ÑÉ ORLEANS. of FaTt* at Molsile and Peasnuoía troops *u.|.íji> ik VifOllilA. || IZCRE OF TBE ABSEÜfAÍ. AT MOBILE. sEniBS be held. every citizen wb 10 desires to preserve condition of.an ignominious under a hostile government, vote P. McKinncj-, Esq, who is ac- Iged on all hands to be one of the most reliable and. intelligent gentlemen in .viscounty. 7*; ESorts have been industriously made to misrepresent Mr. McKinney, in order to prej- udice a portion oí the voters. We are authorized to say he has been unjust- ly and erroneously charged with advocating a jp% subversion of the present State government, ana with being opposed to submitting the action of the convention to the people. In advocating secession by separate State sction and superceding the Federal Government as fa...

Publication Title: State Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 12 January 1861

i OF TÉ) - rr ' *fteí'nei.t < have IbMr a* a ti«lr pv GUH lufti office-! the t otto- recent! ■:4, U e State Qaaettc. oocs1t. I - ' í 3t 1 V'5-S.® fe Hunter „ boston Pilot Grove Warren Lockhart Edward Hepneuotal' f«* Felipe a-Augustine Waeo Bohtarn Bsfltcsi m §££9 i # 1 > 4 Wharton Au* .ln 3 Augustine McLennan fannin ' Be mm Williamson Dalia Collin ~ íwj Bowie Bright 8tar Hopkins n ^ Grayson f>i Fannin Caldwell Especial Üoüee, All business of the State Gazette establish- ment will be transacted by Thomas H. Kent and he is alone authorized to collect or recept for monies of the Office, and to appoint Agents far that purpose. JOHN MARSHALL & CO. To Cobrespojoexts.—Maj. John Marshal' w Still absent from this city, detained in Mis- sissippi, bj? the extreme illness of his lady. THIS ELECTION OS THE IIOHTH. The following is the resnlt of the election for delegates to the State Convention, held on the 8th just., so far as received: Travis Coustt.—We give the result as far as h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 12 January 1861

PSi üü 8P¡ ' Iptl 1 . ■ * ■ '"t-3 ■ ■ ¿- ii-r ■ SíJiáSá | r- p^ mm j 3r"0 EEi •< ^ te m ■;.; §3 ip M to 'iw 8a*.. g :af' 4rtf ...,.„ ..MiwWrl troops that titer hare W^tFb^ blc^r, work il week i;. ¿ave bang and drove «very man front tfie Territory that «long to us, or thát U not pur fritad, i Mver wouM have said anything if i " t thoy intpd &jj3^ xl «V piawí^áod fárnis; . U^s, Uiddings and * Beecher, %,.oi the e'ongje^ni^ to ftt out the 6mT that ihó liarpjp^'a FerrJ i>S, eqn*par«I to what they in their Wn ILte, )úá dón^7¿TnTtu ,vo is teee._ .The* say they ¿tí!; itíi > i ■ H a* «fcr!«M!í!t!%r ft«¿ ira, and •í tíwtíi ■: W¿m¿m : i ■■■PMO, « ordursinbUÜne unti •t&n- :■> iW .•wulÍB Je>t it) and ítvfmm i oí jfee *¿oi Rinitis á. WallíR- Eftá A.S'T 'lJAr;NS"^ }.I ;;jp|RERS tía*. gomen, g«?!|Sf§§jj^ Uwiirts mttf a f¡ L"ó?J V*íí*l :t¿l|w wggfc (ftartolg*; innun**, ftij itMnís uí' urtu^t m proSif.il>! at enrageu át'the Nor oIubfn«i*ÍO J "tt&tt do ssertlice iofthejr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 19 January 1861

'■ .1 t"- HON. W. OLDHAM AVENUE, , DEC. 8, THIS OPPORT0- that bavintc leaded tie oily to Aveno.-, fue a privilege MMÜÉBfef v>rn New ImmHI tB a foil Íküt>¡jof itf v i TwetTod trota al <o haviuv: pío- BeCUKiWVA'S in the *<& « H'Jfct ■■ jno. a 3 '6aTT.;emr vvu iocgbeea cías Livery Stable- OJtA \ !'rapnrto". We publish the able sp|iedi of Hon. W. S. Oldham, delivered in the, city of Austin on the 8th alt, at the request of many citireis: Fdww Citizens—The occasion which induces war,! ROÜ1 PECAN j_*>- S slríJJjBBití j 3fCf.AFCHIL OlttUA. r • Xt %*>< fc U *, ■ HMI ■■ <"<?*> He ' BRAZOS 'STREETS, isas. PUOPBJETOR 'ERGGING THOR- furtdshed aoew. The to make afl eamfortabie , , ccitoni. A lh«? charges of pubíás patr-Mia^e U solicited. IS SOW aceito aydkru EmveBRocen, ,,rri;v coxeRsasaraRET, ?i\ bovstom rants. «* . tMisewitb ifiilpa Bearding-per month i„ ■*& 00 —....... ««; Boarflns per lay,..... x w, .fYl3fig--lyj. ao. Cily Hotel, -TIEIa. t, Ki BOLX4ÍI, P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 19 January 1861

MlfnM 58S iiPSBiSs mm • Southern 3 celebr >,000,000. 'itiwl. [ Wm ' feet* BHIBB , and: t Lis 1, Fran Sot sea *• Si f6. ■A Bí ,i > lor w nr to ; t heir __ . *iat _. . then exist u, a, for her co-opw Mr ,~áre i Lracoln, t , elected ■■{'to fitsst ithr , Otiy. Houston's jon of the earth „ __ and the gloomy *— —«— - be realized in the ruin Texas " can tread the in the day of her miifor even m her freemen trod it in the past: ' «he fall* in the effort to maintain her " her institutiqps upon her own ¡HI ||H| extract from Gen the 7th inst, to the He distinctly threat- f tí Southern Stat „y separate State actiotr, Texas will —CM and isolated nationality, r if mía and eivii war<4o«ld res lt State s, -with i to submit i —.. jistratíon. Black Kopub'tuan m tide, takes the «me pos "la truth, all the receiving from AJab; the sentiment favo «Jwrwt i as if she ** i him. U pw to W .coming from the «i^tod public ser- í of a freS people,' but is per***5/ ew®15t" «at with Us persevering efforts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 19 January 1861

:r:': hJKmSmi - &... •■ ■/ - .ri h:[. 't~f*vrf iitf -ti m"i "WBWB MBlfgJ.TAft Wl^lIgEH tüat ÍJOfi HÜnB mta ¡ ■ ■ I I £ I • 4IE ^|e til IPS i&«J^ the clergy, such l s ssed jM — ;¿t„ '| : WITOI short ,í<-!;. - ■ü^i^ Thomas H. Kent ifer to assemble. My object in this, wag, if possible, te cause ! g eneral petition to be offered up Grtxi s blessing apon ourselves- and * ' * ^ ~ A ihaughl ^ tmfh m ■^ijght l-ne*s, to their absolute depenleiSe upon the sovereign Ruler and Dispo ser of. all things, and to their final ae- esouutability to him ! : And not now udd^hai we all have cause to humble «Jurselves, and to pray moist earnestly to théOpJ ami I^Lr^S Mercies for his blessiDg, for help and guidance i It is riót *ó be d¿s¿ufee,l that we are rapidly aporofaehiGg a de- ■ran f you ive zeai, auü uuialtering devotion, and the liberal consecration < worldly -substance, feat her great work may not be stayed. She bids you remember those "who labor among you, and are over you in the Lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 19 January 1861

¡go I party Las government, ti * to and to giTO freedom departed, as á both and eu- ■ elárted liim to the r to be apprc- " ' * as the „ or sentiment; as to carry H .out. Hi t&at is to carry it out. He duty of ggffiSgfe ¡, or be overwhelmed by int. n0„ .13 iiich this "sentiment" has seized us. It has many. The nauance^and (that is, the rwüeíineíj Dy Gov. f( aliu,} to abate naisances. not the,only, We propo^?h ' fore'to ahf)Iish Ki;werv, fmstm en mm officers of their State yed against as upon presents itself. So act | behalf in reference to SB S ¡¡fi tm erenc« to p. 141> in any ^Northern ; t.§ -pj, éMbt Territorios ¡eties incorporated Our Heroes are run away by abolition and towns'have been our States haTe been invaded by lands, and arms have been prepared to be employed against us. to be upprehended is from the y sentiments for election of Lin- coln. : We are told that Mr. Lincoln has been elected under the forms of ;he constitution. Condoling fact! Yes, b€ was elected under t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 January 1861

• '!'' v '• EGSilE?*SE • ""."•-¿^Jé-- V-- •' fciiw jfoiifrMft, '«jj*. > ^3 . "-*i'*I^J*"'- •—- gjiKtte.'hi-^^ttjjtfjib* •••.•• \"f'--■■■--'■' Mfini 9^MMinBv^ÉnH^n|lHw31"^®®! I m to - * rrf , . :V I m s " M~ 0P^RP^M^|PWnV4aiL.1 pp l!tl i Jíiéíw i > (i r in II ■ i i jgf|i ^j| 311 • ■:i-.'-

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 January 1861

JWl-PPB JIH ÉP^Él^ y that t • who the . .'- • •;•••'- obey the orders P@Sl able idea (f a i copfede- ürftb the mr\m the H?j|H Ab Testó Governor to re- ' Confederacy, f „, „ ^. her; either to give up slavery or to desert her Southern sisters when the common interests of all the slave States are involved in tho sime issue. Oar people will stand by and the ■í¡0- f¿./ ' ' : ' ' -¿ 111 . ■ tube :of Texas Dknounces will be seen from the pro- two boiie s of the Legida- Monday a y « nmntt jgf to an ac^ Í by Texas at all This is. í of the Federal Carolina, at all lity. It by the Hon. •• -I-' miserable • * ■!_ ■ to prom submissive spirit on j Sooth to every aggression. to be applied to HHHH ¿6m¿gDgpé« dust to propiti cowardly and cruel fanaticism. It is not strange that the Black ans, receiving bo much adulation at men, should form a low of the courage and spirit of ts, and seek to treat them as wocd and drawers of water. should despise j gence of our people, and regard no too gross for their...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 January 1861

FfljMMMI 14; ' matea to t Mmm tbe< ■Kg P, wmmm of ad York arid ter the it suited bt by ber oWñ ly that no Tsxan when that time i history bands down .Gazette. ¡SÉ Mason Austin Wharton e- Austin Augustine Bawie Oraysoa Fannin Caldwell • - '*V í establish- H. Kent "* appoint Agents i A CO. -Maj. John Marshall > city, detained In Mis-- t of his lady. W. Carter, D.D., Pres- i will preach at the th, the 27th irat, citizens may this able Minister on Sunday, inst., at the Baptist cfcnrch. Ret. W. ?«•. ®i * leciate Female Ins attention of oar . xs-r to tho ly popular in- this city by the Key. B. aad worthy principar. He is assbtet? by his accomplished lady, and other competent teachers. The School has won a high reputation, and is deserving of patronage. attention to the adrer- A. E. Soman's Female amend her to our resd- ■ accomplished and excellent B, Brush offers fot sale a eSÉs _ at his tin shop in this city. of dissolation of pariner- relL.Moun- me the bnsi- by birth, as one of .tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 26 January 1861

«3f V • -.1 paid by [ the i our hands and «^j*e s«ÉJ submissively before áíng ligamento, and them to'; comía union by some healing hare broken ? I at I leave ■ton hmvt> done something for honor of my country. ildren free^ve my over the grave of in the disss to our and justice to our oar banner to the i cause to the —• not this lead to civil war ? It * her- Dot to iead to war; for the States will oep choke be- iH,t so mncit of their authority as they conceded to the Genernal - Government for purposes of mutual security and advantage; but this is no time for that discussion.. I an- swer, then, that it may lead to War; bnt wBile war is no doubt a great evil, it is not the greatest. The loss of national honor, the ^ 'o®3 of patriotic spirit to defend our institu- te Republic of jtio?® an,d our rights, is in itself a great evil, te to net friv l and leads to evils infinitely worse. Buf it may be that the Southern States will not act in concert—what then? Shall Texas stüi be subjected ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 February 1861

K-pssttsañm w £& v.ál UvlA ll km ■ wmrsjk m • TEXAS. mmm measures will be taken to i the n i> me roas forts on our " 4§|«= .i^írv- tGook! TAKE THIS OPPOSTIT. that having leased the Avenue, for a pri vtlege having 'received from New •og pío- ? ' * Oct. 20 'sovMni^tfWiiG^thmias: - * ■' *' ■ t:. ' "•'iff- ' • ;--T~;-- r_l. I believe, aá highest importance^ and put in a posture of .. , . «important works w the insurgerií , a blockade of the Southern ports would be difficult, froia the fact that BWM„ tb«J guard the approaches to neatly all the srjftsr ' A. J. MtlSlGHI.l.M, G ^PSlenvS| *¡1 comfortable As the charges ' is solicited. RALL. Mi4 being «45. - . ••. i TfcRMM teh's report -Í..-Í-Í29 00. - ?®J- -Nhen per week rdRi.-.-- TbMi k City Hotel, E. H. BOLISAH, Proprietress. Position, Cost (aid Strength iff each. .. .ÍT — meet m payment of t bearer of ¿mmM . % iJta5 fita* aid ^qys , m .. of the public, nnder i It&w been thoroughly refitted for the comfortable accommodation of i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 February 1861

? South. They -■«£ÉI o 49 wiíl Louisita ;«bando now held i mm t tht -Southern SÍ *ío otea ll|:p I <jéi ' to Jtíi gM* 'tóéfooryjaii i bw^icft iá behalf ¡df. s fejretor on Internal b refusal il©j^ have SkÍ were RVMi IrtrfflrTWiiln pkMs tjw &¿fe£ •H6W -Ti-' Met. mV:hSM. q&mn : - .: • - • to p l tnd HOUSE Ms : Culbertson Introduced a bill to provide .:= = i-y) y.-.r, ■ i Tap mass of our peop^^.iji iff would deeply B^gwfeíthut n^ Id «sontiniic to occupy falso f and bis For.ouníéU'es, wé'lnré no selflslí motiff ánd ■ JlifaiiaiakHÍBHaaidíliih**"~v~ ' " Pábfic 1 ■•- ánd have become forfeited. Htií times. itotáKe T^nd« iecession Mr. Hancock introduced a bill to amend the laws for tíxe^^te^c^c^imr^ taxes. Read first and J 'if::--^;, (,jt„ ?f-f i ,rt _ feiTCG ,.,jpi A message was received'from the ' ^the Htmso Ser tó« áme¿tóWÉhfr h';.-í. l 3£- to i • 4-. iw-'; '¿Ui W'v; no peculiar credit for our past coarse oa great <juescion.,j Like qthers, so hm n actuated by our own^couceptio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 February 1861

g report was amended so the ooant^úf,Titus |«yB| entitled to ore vote. were, on for the ■HH w£ Tl, t; the cotí- ! . Jat ¡-Ti. their credentials, committee on creden- IMfifli lflp§l . „ , . . ¡4¡3&¡*í : the fol>- le iiiu- g&i #5«fctWKib in in Door Keeper, . by ballot. Adopted, election fora Prssidentrbemg first in *V Judge P. W. Grav nominated.the lion. Robert , of SiírftSI&nntyf^ air: Fields ¡ til Hite* f— Jfatotú*aaütb&'-u¡ ey, a committee «r •was appointed by the President pro > wait upon Mr. Roberts, inform him of ~ ~ mmíéééééiséi b'tourHojf Mi ta . i of Í Mr. Hogg nominated J. Pat Henry; holson nominated R. H. Lunáy; ; nominated R. T. Brownrigg. vote stood, Messrs. M|(|fi| mnm uuuu of M. D. Graham, the resolution by Mr. Scott, together with the i of Mr. Grak.«:a, tbe vote filling — >lar.k in.the resolution, with ."7 í P. M.,1' was reconsidered and the blank and ® in the. f, and were, oh uo- T seats' irt! 'the Con- eaK&edaa such. Prior i.ea otiered th...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 February 1861

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Publication Title: State Gazette
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 February 1861

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Publication Title: State Gazette
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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