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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 February 1861

ti/ens m 0m diatelr pat ► hear was The ¡Pi iBiwBi^aPBi JMI BWMPMT the same, and recommend f -4." , r e committee h&vealso considered ft bill in- comsaittee being tS||*nt oonew chsr- session. - - i ~i& of Mr. Gentry, the bill to amend th section of an *.t supplementary of «i act to regulate Bail- was taken up and passed to ng. Solo suspended, bill read |EíphHH|SPVHPJP|^HHHH A bill to require the Comptroller and Trea- surer to receive treasury warrants in pay- in land dues on of the House. The Senate refused to concur in the amendment. Mr. Herbert, chairman of the Committee until to &c., to wiwm was referred the Ho ase bill prescribing police _ to slaves, reported the samé back e, and recommended its passage. -tSStton ot Mr. Duggán, the bill v- up and read second: time. Mr. Stockdale offered an amendment. On motion of Mr. Quinan, the bill was re- to the Committee on the Judiciary. On motion of Mr. Walker, the bill to ex- the time for the return of pre-emption -was taken up...

Publication Title: State Gazette
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 February 1861

eral < Tesas «f the of seees- _ . JHIfop tbe Southern United the Governor of this Slate, or, on his the Lt. Governor, is authorized and transmit to the Exesutive of the * * "icatecopies df tgovernment < also. • T'¡: n -r -'.r-ss-^aSSÉtü : Johh B. Reagan, i. -¡ P W. Quay, John M. Stell, BMW—Mi WBHP HiPr.™ •••* rwwf>T" on our ments of the number of votea given for ratihc^HHt of the federal constitution < ■awS whether 1 by mail, end one copy in sufficient |ime to [trnmem of the Southern United ;oft or before the v'fin i f May next. ,— • - - Hiotion of Mr. yield, the ordinance ntr the time- oiferedi by Mr. Wiley was laid upon the table. Mr. Gregg moved to strike out the second section of the ordinance, pending which mo- tion, on motion of Mr. Wharton, the Con- vention adjourned until to-morrow morning, at It o'clock, to meet again is secret session. " ordinance to pro- tof delegates from f to a, convention of tbs j seceded States," and reft>mmended i favorable considerati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 February 1861

s$ra? fr f Southern coin's .«,:A State, «aWy, r b ta ten thectiuntry, „„„ _ jgüp ^tb^siioMldbe I JH - —— •• - - Two yeasi latest we'iindf M^LiueOin tíe- a. right to velopíng the above idea even mofe boldly; in fona «{«Govern- other words, declaring himselfiii favor of the L*d"° abolition of slavery. From th© Debata >iettreo;i IA * We are now far in fcfté fifth year si! initiated with the avowed That the E The g r that "the ►I'M i¿¿@3:3 Í.A] ram1 > t >l- .'!ÍÍ . awl •QT.I . ■lanrsle wwMn-wry -L, ávc always r«póndt><l lout t''a!fL-*r. mm k « a ¡orteaod • Mi -'*-.' «jifir-. **^ t . -- 1. í \if&rn ^>Oiímn> I Theytt^. •hiut witbiíiil ti... pippiip Áqitf.whtabionen - «• -b* h™" *ki ' to uphold tl t tfc«. ^ k¿I«r«7-p ent upon their of such U) the uro . ., the action au intolerable i of the con- ..... the Govern- #a.s formed, is a MÜ^Üaá a wmH bat has lion, it wii kve been úf slave and half thing or all the f IU kUC UCIfW vua treat ooe ot mftte extinction, au H mann...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 16 February 1861

• m m sss-s AGENTS, j. ponina ai ihü A Í'STIK EK EOTKL7f CONGRESS A VENLT!, '7 . .T*XAS. iorpoaro- DEKStGNED T VWlBA «of '¿•SKI bavlBf fnri Iturt, in the South ^ütfsss.0 na «te 3fW tae Agency. t-*U ,.. . *. «JKT. ¿"#£ C^rToT^iW tí wrtttn<? rMefaliy wüi . * - >A\I>Kf?il. KÜ'f ATE DItAKKit; oosetum 8TRBBT, HOV&TChW-,..- .. ........ Tí AMA w th« * ' aad WAT®, Interior of Ttíttt , llame. OOBNKaOK PKOAX AND BRAZOS STREETS, Austin, Texas. A. í. BMLAf C¡ai.lN, PHOPR1 UXDEHeOINñ THOB- '.n* furoUheil auSv: Tbe 1 «par* Mt pain* to ruake all eomfortahle whó ?avor the houae with their custom. Alt- are reuoerate t> #h«« ot pufeHe j* .a Küüii!:^ & rareaw Proprietor mil «pare i,o paini Koardinij por t 8-nirlo meal.. ..... * If ,.lv«n83- lyj •. 2. H NSüHOjfiS AND H*V¡tg * i**f« ae<ji iiuan«i tu ■¡¡T tb* pairos ® uftkapal "S be a tale of aegKK.g every ¿aí\!nl*v üd & Aprifaj, W.vIT ¡n Ctty Hotel, MOi.itlAX, PiHiprlemn, i, open Sí It* old ea inn} pre- tüacn^rtwria U*e ¡«teer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 16 February 1861

it. ti.ti read itiiwí time ! ■5 tiilí í-./evt¿"4 the i e «4-tk,fi felá cytes, I me«na \ a i Of Mr. Lt-íci,. «I JS J ! i of the 1 mm at this time • for the adjourn- B9 i the Union. introduced jj ; tbe Comptroller to dollars .umiiiT* mm ta sell United States in tbe special school fund. chairman of /make as bar- -■B* ■*PI#IE = ■■ fe ask the tef iteam. willing to fourfron* their policy ia tain services, and asked •, Walker, chairman on Public Lands, reported á bill to . for the «ale of lauds ceded to the "United parposesj Mid recommended ^19PüÉft msm «•ayapftjay apply to the "passed Mr-- . ' e and impncti- . :4- . language of our " would make it in the Union." to be seduced of independence, safety and paltry bribe. regiment bill shall become a law, it that the Black Republican leaders and adopted, o ami their ail to a set Binagognes, who tad profit from that man H eleetionto the Presidency lition lectores at ene han- lectura : and whose high 18 . p.." negro political ánd. with tí white ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 16 February 1861

r i receives and adopts the vention be lie Id at the ^Hl luiiwf* m wicpde, in or organised and go into <|H 5y a day to and that • aid CofcAs^ifce Constituí United ai a I .Government and the ay fAfv llistant ray ¿waiting its re-assemblage, > aak yoa to Jay before that honorable , its «est session, the accompanying ; and official cotamuai hope, that. perpetual. I . JBPL_ shtgov- shall Se ^edE^ yjPlargauized. the delegates We instructed to nse i to the end tfcat said Convention "itu J fSuuj BtbsjP phut be ubuiil ;ed to rejec- B iMaett. itj íífeflwí| twMm «FSK MM - - «ub^t, Mr. Gray o®srtd a¿Amendment, declaring " WigWi and Jtofa* additional delegates; and ¡ to attend the «meas as <xm after cUe«ecoad of March, as practi- ce. On motion of Mr. Field, laid on the table. Mr. Ohiiton moved to lay Mr. Campbell's amendment on the table. Lost by a vote of W M| T "'■■HlHH offered to substitute by ap- in place of seven i motion of Mr. Davidson, laid on the Campbell's amendment was by a v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 16 February 1861

MFtapMp f tH i , i wotó'i i«-■' íariieouaíi " v. -V. "*5 t «fSsáS^íte ■v ■;- -•■•• • y--v -• :;-8'-.' « ^ 1 MnoiMAMr ■---tarsal ¡PPl i S« U*. vvitíl I !iim;i'í¡. ii wu-t .le, mtí& ■ - - nsMiMiMMm maUnim . \':•*- 5?r s|| Ü ■VÍmRMMMÍW * - ' ^ ¡ - - ■■■•■ ■ ; - • .?■ r': - .; "•'/'■ 'v".v '■ ''i 6w^T^t|¡BHlM>ÉÉPÍ^^I8^gWrtÍWi^^^ 'w&'Ém&í "«pM#! t! " §£ tenia wilf justify ^ i¡i>'rcr>>!¡'h í iri oiastlHk^. w 'b il ¡ •'< . MUÍ U-!¡ fiif "r!(l, t wt Ui .Vjit H>- | de¡A'ii(i.-v i, h ;íl| \u í-Úü-i íSn«-i¡r,-s, m pt< íercnw t i ¡i*-« .Mi¡>ini->¡¿<uit «!i-ú<-«i'.-r aud ifftr. HBH ÉiflÉMBi^É^' j. se«üot sviuvaíbiz s witti i fnini r.J¡i«4.. rtiiii h^/rt ii'!- Twí-v look ibero as defei&ia «f tac I WtiuitUm ; ..---,. it has been iv.y pritk\ ¿o many n htnm¡>, loved and and i a man v & | l. «, lo eulogize by Hi ti-<* gentleman pom Illinois fMr. McClei naivi] and the gentleman from Ohio, [Mr. C<;x,j tvim *¡1 i, and ' it N*Ny to go HOT be '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 23 February 1861

• ■' '• - ' • ■ • -;- -•-:-■' -• : . - .'"*/.% - A '. ■ - Ífi¡5S"S countenance of a devoted wife wiiose ' if* 3$' r*■-< Am J*- " - - hero to the sick chamber, have a f; however it is at ail possible Austm befo doa*, Tbe action of Texas p£ mm . r>f moderate a share temto ^PP lyi^near the free eoil States. It will require b?«pw 4 ji t> ««est who may the sures for the future a series through many acter of the Con in Its re eve . w.frwwt a ^3|eBS5i "ÓAKCKLST., SAK AÑTOSIO. t EXTER8IVE HOTEL, BY HVMBROÜS rfKUoasadditloa , wltii tborous^i and ex- ,is now a Brat claw hotel, and folly pre ■ —ÜIB tnttims ; - - a an extensive and superior «table „ - • :. 6iui- .fllí^Sífi-Íí,íñ*í s behlw 4T | f Meridian Bttfe!, Í3m. BÍ J.J. ffOOi 'ATED OJT TrogABT SIDE OF THE PC«- p>od*titbreattache^tofthe >i^S««^^'pa^cD¡ar^ teattai paid tp hora, vlgt>2*-ly. teaK .st# P@£l Charle# lintel, NEW 0&LBAX8. D. M, HILDRETH & CO., PROPRIETORS. f*AVÉj| RECENTLYBESTOWED ktJCft O «rites oílapart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 23 February 1861

mm mm 1 fey the new 7e should i moderation, and live down tbe calumnies will give at ait element of to to the form one < mmW' ijptjjiMwp; fur Steles as subju- i,mstxsa j ear, steadily will become tí ■■ . ■■•: 5-;?^>W«sR% í^-íijáSí: .. terf.vilizatiun. it 13 our mission to out tbe i ity. We will :*•• • 3 ' .s - -¿r.' BaJ •!,• o TAsrrv. w ¡.: Ib reply, *ay doae Épáj!^ AT*RY.-.f I HMOjfD, Feb. 8, 1861. lor rcsfefonc*. Tbe ^—i—. ¡ a ' of coercion. Tbia = > fpkler's web, i by our envenomed enemy for tbe s of involving üs in the toils of a treacter- i conspiracy against the safety and honor F Texas. • j- *■ ' gt 5 í-' I The FagUtn Nay Law. The fugitive slave law, is provided for is the Constitution af tbe United States, bat it be executed in tbe Northern States, ly, a citizen of Hageretown, caught Us *ta e at Carlisle. Pennsylvania. Tbe slave was willing to return witfc his master. Tbey were pursued by a mob óf free negroes ami abolitionists, beaded by a Professor in a Col- lege-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 23 February 1861

i costly and I >others > of the day. the different military < mmm* ' ~ Hf |£ est, to Cnderstanding that yoa intend publishing ble to «how how much of tije usual vote is:iuti£lfcom ve 150 votes 47 in November. , find* and collisions we ceased tension ta prevent the present becoming anarchy, and we find ourselves in treaties of amity #ith oar northern neighbors, who will be we ourselves, claim to be left, to de- oar own civQizfr- way. the professor will be invited of oar pablic meu to iurnish a copy •f the lecture for publicatibn. It will doubt- less add much to his reputation as a man of enlarged and philosophic views of pablic interests. ■ - ———■—- gl Letter «ron Sen. Joe Lane. e publish a tetter from this noble old hero addressed to B. F. Lace, Esq, of «Bal itmi i to his rASHiSGTdM, Jan. 27,1861. r é,'- %■ .... - j • ' • --- -=s truly and of which® action of U inst., and was one of the famil and of the welfare be kindly ■■■■Hp] favor of the to'hear from rayeW1 MM and all t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 23 February 1861

August, and may c ■WWiWHIl (■ .4: ' -.- Felmi ty of ebruary aud the county of Hp|HB — for submitting That the Governor to issue forthwith for in the act táke& act, and in the ordinance ; ' V ¡S^pfW: ?.-t <w¿Jh¿¿MÉrar- j .gad -1 íy? -Tlr*?! «¡SfcfcA-* ■ "r' - - \ ..-- :., •;v ■ 4 J ' MM accounts be- theseal of ■ JMI render judgment accord- or other ,te of and of credit that tW^SmB from and sm the election pro- t, directing the _ jmer prescribed iftion on the sub- Sec. 2. In addition to the returns to be made as provided in ordinance aforesaid, it" shall be the duty of the county returns of said election are made, to make of their respective counties to the Secretary of State; and such returns ^all be filed, and counted by him in the presence of the Governor and Attorney General; any returns received within fifteen days a shall in like manner be filed and counted, and all such returns shall become a record of the State Department. Sac. 3, That this'act take effect aud be in for...

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

aw m r ' • . ZW?- ;*v ¿- - mm ísFÍSKCSB _í lHH t AND AGENTS. HOTELS. AVENUE HOTEL, coxgrese avenue, —- TEXAS OP THE CONFEDERATE STATES Of AMERICA Bi fl-ilÉ J ^w^ClarkstfUej itf M Lew, Austin, *«*. . «-tf ifiiMii t L*w, K*uf Ep Is the Tltottly. nJadja . and Federal to reciprocate ""seas"" íiM¡ t at Law, Aastin, t on comer of Boi : TlO-nlfUf m -- ...I. K. WOKK1IL. Austin Tei. BOOM A W0RBA1I., genaral land agents, AUSTIN- for tranaaetum of ail boaiftggs eozmecte*! ¿tlí Lands and Land Claims in any portion of the "Uto. 4 r Oar experience in tbo fcasiness and onr persona! knowledge of most of the Land* in the Stole warrant o In promisinii effieicney In the transaction of all femí- neas entrusted to os. We TViii buy and sell Land and Laari Claims. Lo- cate Claim* on choice lands ccieeted by ourselves attend to all hnsinc** connected with the General Land Coart of Claims and Comptroller's Office, and Record*in any portion of the State. The location of onr Cent ra! Agency at. Anatln, and ou...

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

• -v-- \ •. 8B8ÉS®M j- •" I copal Ctesreh South, is personally known to Biany oí our readers *; one of the most elo- quent and profound £Hrmes oí this or any other country. He, ir common with many er learned Doctors of Divinrtj of the etiwdist Episcopal Church South. Las .spo- ken out on the political issues of the day. VS"e commend the following extract from s recent issue o" family religion Ihhed for tns Hashriiie, Ti A srord or «alettes v comía! |*PP to m .*.>• r-.s. t 1 - - mm. - ' ■* i ^-.-.7-^ -- . sHfefftes i" | : k-^^wm and they have withdraw from all the sovereign ¡legated to the Federal wa# made br the high- in tfee land, % * convention of h frtmi the people, clothed by with sovereign powers, and ami ratified by the State government. Th# people have decided by an almost nnani ttoea voice for secession, Mid ail abide by aad maintain their tow, in the defence of ta, and Without regard to post diiFer- op^jperate heartily and moasly for th® common geod. We rsgosae to sf Tex...

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

lion, we fiad UK i pij§ well is in Its | j from whoso cfer j the source of 3 ruB£. The bank, after íioaris h Tear. , as a mighty and wealtbr , rontrollifig the finances and pel¿4«fce at country. and crushing ait o¡.p&; -keeping up an appearance of ereaE Idenly encountered a formidable a fierce contest, was beaten, and j fear rigorous blow? , Mi to pieces ber Gazette eatablish- Kent A CO. . John Marshal! detuned is Mis- extreme nine*, of his lady. ; to New Orleans, where he han been ■ the use of the Coa- ¡ the the queen city of larger business than the withdrawal of i the northern ports well, (Canadian) for his wife, i have arrery dis- tinct recollection of his remarks, and have - quoted bis exact words. My lather, who was a soldier in the revolutionary war tinder luiitvaa and Green at Uhodr Island, wfitÜM he knew Hannibal Utun- r, C&fit. JGleazar Hamlin, who, 1 place, commanded a company and Indians. He once f the regiment inquire Bow «any blacks, be- hkoosipaDY W "ather, Ek...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 2 March 1861

the [ before ■-■i". . :* -b M , and which, , we will o * been E§fp i the Ameri- rest upon , and that it is the rig " i them at wil^- * of the The -United urn, Wfs i tranquil- to i byl y be ti , yet with- The i i it was mm&m nil '¡and i sovereign it has i for which it to answer the ends established, a peaceful ap- it box has declared that, so concerned, the Government * that compact should cease to ei- In this they haye merely asserted the it which the Decl&rfttion of IndpDCndfiDCG 4,177G, defined to be « inalienable;" of and occasion for its assertion and they, as the sovereigns, were the each for iteeHl ¿i impartial and enlightened verdict of mankind will vindicate the rectittide of our and he who knows all hearts, will the Sincerity with which wts have .to preserve the Government of our , in its spirit. The right soli proclaimed at the birth of the 1 which has been solemnly t in the bills of rights of the States, admitted into the Union of lized in th« • to resume the aath...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 March 1861

ÉpS&g -&S¿ :.n..-;- V - 'A*r-, nür.n 'a Office, and Anatin, and ¡ollar aovan- ce ofthiíe FS procuring ad Vintage on land now «elected. May 12. '«O-illrHO-ly BOON k WO DeCOKs*OVA'S r<^[Laad and General Agency. and Counselor «i — — t ,-í; ífv p||í V- ! m -• AGENTS. ... í. fL IFOR HALL. +*'v ' Austin Tex. &&•**« agents, and tbe public that Land Agency iii ^OB1í6CZ(H1 and Land Claim* in siyr porttua of 4a in tSé. business and onr ¡personal most of lhe Lands in the Stale warnuil btui- ip BB. ected by onraelve* 1 " General Land HOTELS. AVENUE HOTEL, compam avinck, -ájm AliSTIS, w ■ .TKIAS. nl!y itTH v; t lite ¡.abiir that having kriieit the BaQÜSDOVA, NoL.IT *d>Kc, Conveyancer ¿id • Commissioner of tí t!. 8. Court of Claims and kU other instruments of writing carefully _ a ? M. ÍS56-n3I-tí. EDWARD RIORDAN, NEGRO ASD REAL ESTATE BROKER, M « CON0KE38 STREET, 'A-V'P HOUSTON,— . TEXAS. TSTILL giv® hi personal attention to the MS* and • f purchase of , , ~i NEGROES AND RE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 March 1861

¿te ÉÉ .: ■ John Ore§g and W. B. the Southern Congress, to tbe | of the State Convention. • of the committee to whom the 1 nication was referred: Capitol, March 6,1861. it of the Convention i opt Federal stions, to of tbe of Febroarj, from the 1 Gr aad m - ' «■MM ?>yi imz mm ;■£ and their •*p- tho .J Wm * * ■ Momdav, March 4. ; at 9 o'clock. J| and the newly to their seats in the people . ■ ikii^ i ' , was their nature, aad that themselves, who j means to defeat se- abide by the de- Si the people of Texas will be in support of their sovereignty each other At all ev Aastia... (hat the But high above all floated from the iwminit of the lofty staff tho magnificent s tbe site of the old ; of ourcitixens who voted against Í of tbe illness i ill-humored ex complained to i at tbe I tbe loss of a wia- We fait that the foundations of a mm An old events of the mind, existence or ¡ta officers, ft is pi on tbe PraMMBHHPHH such counties received by been returned to tbe Pn of the Convention. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 March 1861

tí* ■fcoodeaWHi JUL, ■ South, fai avoid the new tariff ef the i ~ |j soonU go into operation. How Orleans Cot toa Market. Feb. 27.—The deman bnt operations were: ty of good Cottons. The 11,500 bales,at about 3 J- r 1 • n "la 3 12 ! • > r i tb« 111b, SLérmined to^T¿n" 'MHi . I (Be* Augaatlao ir- benches are not ts party, but old Whigs are the Peace , and, now, since that scheme of has turned oat to be a failure, will take steps, and prompt on too, to the honor of Virginia. We take the following extract from «Míe of W ise's- speeches in the Convention. It shows the depth, the intensity of h¡3 devotion to Commonwealth, whieh, at the most erisis in its history, when prompt is all-important, seems to be doubting, WISE.-I uoderstand the gentleman. Bu/I wrat the árae tia^that I a bot-heaaed man—and I thank God he has so constituted me that I am of and thank God that be so consti- tuted me. that I have, if not a rational talent, a natural instinct, that has taught gie, in fif- ty-four ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 9 March 1861

tow what the! fiojH?, «a- ¿aod OlUngLhr 'but mitv hertí on the test this fact ¡n,í dravr . .V fias- s j i HB ffc- (fílM *^230 ave re- of stave! of i ' oí them, t Provisional ■lijjf is in- • slaves onfede- stroke of to the border fend Ten- between and act opon the thjRf|BPP should not bel _■■■■■■■■ ■pM I enlist the positive, weli-dlrected efforts of all fcnti slav- Arkansas. are We believe tb of slaves in of dollars. Maryland, in the way disposes of a still larger narcher in pro- « m ■I the tiding communities, ose who desire the They \Sdy to % - great come ten days at a rover Half oí tbe firm JP|. w«jtt to the election, lor thf? ravrts Se- at I inU-ndwi, but learn ition were making of thousands <4' farmers lb ,ast at the late election, K¡ 1 am ts, thought tb'^t I rr.i^ht ' mUe.tta* would help as trnly nnftmnded logk- of enemies .(political); How Lard is is to "" d iti regard them as enemies who but * short time past were placed in high po- sitions, by the help of our warm and arde...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — State Gazette — 16 March 1861

¡¡¡SU * ; Él®®!! I wmmmmg VrtiJsSf. AGENTS, wmac , „ .. ...«.I.<.M>UU; TtiX- - Austin Tex. rooj% & won ABAL LAND ENTS. and Land Claim in any portion of Uto «*?*! vUn^g-lf. ...... X Boil ajan—i t AW, 1 ION TO ALL ! . sad the collection Alaterna. vltoíi-iy at Law, - • V- "< r* K. hort. *11 the j- uicmr, .: j. a. bobkos. TTAKCOÜKT ft ROBBON, Attorney! at !*«, JlL Oolambua, Colorado eottnty, Tesa Will prar- fc tn «llttre ooantlw of the Tint G«** n. hi. INFORM established at pay particular hi care, and will r «11 who may employ hlia lu March a,'81. rUnál tf. Oar «ipainw ta «te taróme a a* our personal tfgtt*ifr¡3SBast3 cate ecT'rI"ií ®"h*?1 Claími^Xo- Conrt oí Claims and Comptroller's Office, and AVENUE HOTEL, COSQKESfí AVSStTf, *W** TEXAS. TpUE UNDERSIGNED TAKüTtlíS UPPOIWIT- . liltytogay to the ¡>ob!ic ttuU having Iaa¿*-d rii# s on littSMtmr. on «Jongr^* A'venoe, tnr a privilege five or moro year® and hfcvin¡¿ rseíivwl froto Ne _ Ji'k a faütlttU.g ¡>í n. u- furniture...

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